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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - April 25, 1911, Hayward, California REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911 No. 33 Another Good Woman Called Mii-s. Maria S. JJo-rges, imollKvi of Hie pic-cii'M' womcm of this com- munity who came to Hayward in 1.808, died at Hie of Iwsr daughter, Mrs. A. R. Gomes, on Ihe boulevard Sunday after an illness oif months duration. Deceased: was the widow of the lalo J. S. who preceded her about five yeans ago. She was a .native of the. aged 7-i' year's and was -a woman unuvcrsaUy lov- ed, and irosr) exited by-alil her She loaves besides her dairghl'W, Mrs. A. II. Games, l.wo Man- iin.'l l-tij'i'gc-s, of iN'iik's, and J. E. Bor- of Haywai-d. The funeral will this Tuesday morning at from, Saints' Chu'reh. Cwunly OltriKliii.il IVesMiMiil Wait! of lOndeavoii'S initialled the Presbyterian of >S'.cioty Suiiw.la.y evening. L. S. lli'.ini.-i, (if llayward, lias been nani- P'.l as dls'l.r.fol, chairman and will have sevc.nl societies to look after. _ llirs. KaleCassity TOl.uriH'd Sunda. I'IIIM her ilrip Ix) where. shi" wiMil to> look ri'alil.y property. aWw vast SAN NOTKS Mi's.' Bran in: bad I he of (ii'oiKpmg a liot Mat n'.rcii on lii'-i foot lust. aiid.was badly bur'n- ed. Michael M-c-N.uHy, of Mlm- Inwat, stopping with heriuiliil sli-1 is able krbe around. John Man! in. has completed bis large irrigation dam in (he rear (if IMS property and now has one of Ihe most up-to-date iJ'.rigaUjig plants ill the. county. The Ijoys of the neighborhood- have got MarJin'iS pei'mission to use, dam as a swimming pool and pond. Great preparations are being to entertain National Traveling Assovial.km which, meets at San Lorenzo next .week. A'. B. 1'aiwnis, treasurer of the Ge.nl.ral Alameda County AthJiM.it.' League, has manager for Ihe trac.k team. He has arrang- ed to buy the nwesary for the .team and wi.lt -see .that the- local boys Uwin out, a wii'ii.n.ing team. The finst prael foe was held Monday and1 sfwiiral .H .11 dents showed irp well, lleimeir.s over five feet hi the high jump and Spear djid'welli wiilh the pole, vaii.lt. My liard training the, boys will iniike. a fine showiing agaijist Hie-ir c.ompe- IriJoii-s. Captain Au-m.sl ro-ng has about Iwejily men on, Hi1.1 trainning squad. MEYER BROS. NEW STORE Corner B an.d Main Streets. Phone Hayward 97 Keeps all the good things to eat, such as ISLETON BUTTER (Packed in cartons) i Hills Bros. Teas, Coffees, Spices And all kinds of FRESH'FRUITS IN SEASON Garden Seeds of all kinds from reliable growers. Spring Greetings Our Spring and Summer Patterns have arrived also our first shipments of wash fabrics, such as Voles, Foulards. Poplins, Soisette, Silks, Ginghams, Etc. We will be pleased to show you all the new and dainty things whether you are ready to buy or not. We want you to feel at home in our store. Help yourself by helping the Hayward Merchants. We have something special every day.i Chamber of Commerce Listens to Instructive Talk By Secretary Dennison emeu; i 'I'M DO Till: IIONOHS. Hayw.ard will no longw as regards a will be ini thi1 real .live Al the re- vival iiMHM.ijig held on Thursday ev- ening ai -tlii' itowiv .thy. 1'oundm- tioni was Jaid by the buniiu'ss of Hayward awl vicinity white insure for j.luis community a Ghamr her of Cojn'nteimi that wilJ be, fou.illl i.n -.11 M; lead of any lowii of like size ini California. Wbeiii such moiii as Mayor (I. W. :Semi.lor K. K. Sl.robridgc, I. B. Parsons, I. Le.mos, 11. K. Hruimier, A. W. Beam, J. E. Geary, J'. J. Orosby 'and many others en- roll themselves and that they wi'dl work and boost for llite coniinuriity every day in the year, thai (be Wayward Cham- ber of CoiniiHMW w.ilil be a'poww for'-Hit! enil.ir-e eo'UJi'ly. In the absence, of I'r-esidftid. An- gus, 1'eUT J. Crosby presided a.nxl Ser-i'ieiary WilbeJ'.l was in his tic- ciwloiiuMi place thai he has fitlc so I'aitUfiiilly fur years. Chain-Juan. Crosby, who was un- avoidably abaotii A'oiH- Hi''- bumiuel. I. Ii. Parsons stale the, pbjec-l of the jiw.'.nl.Tjig w-li.i.cti. was ad.jo.ui'vfr- ed liroini UK- al. the wards Hotel, to, meet at the Town Hall.' -Mr. in emphatic twins Mated' that the mee.l.ing was for the purpose of reviving the Chamber of Comme-rre, gel in new Hiat would attend, tin- pay their dues af.ui do away with pe.tily jealousies that freop inilo every small conninirfiil.y, stoji kiiookiitkg. Jr. 1. Leiiioa the, ne.vt speak- and all pii'seiil .should! .start UK.' balil rollkig by and paying 50 e.wil.s. each and all who iwra-e not present-thai- atte.nded Oie l.-auKiue-t should [Kiy .'JI.OO each, as wuch was the sense of I'he inotMin Hissed at the baiwjuel. board. Senator Strobridge was mext on IB feet and the appoiin.t- inont of a Booster (loiivm-ilil.ee to eanvaas Ihv entlr.e and sociu-e -as nia-ny members as possi- ble, ajid: Hie motioni was _..... chair naiiKMl K. E. K. atrobn-'idge, S. C. Smith, I. B. 1'aison.s aiMJ A. W. Beam on I SILVER Co. PHONE HAYWARD 98 904 B Street, Near Corner of Castro Boost IT is lo jnake an and SI. 00 Tlic coawn.il- aolivit ranvass i-adi (ram aH U.ii iiaoUon a cojjwniiliUi' of Ihfec of I'. .'WiHierl. K. K. Al- k'ii. OJid S. F.wacJi wtM'i.- nani- l "tfl u'fvfei' Tlioina.s V. In1 ij noi'like iir.txfftiiun to pi'c1- vail, that llic Cha-inliiT (if CXMIIIIIWCI) was -noil, alivi.' as it is continually ood fw the My ajid lias IJVCM foi- yoaiw. i-eiaJT WiUii'iil. next staled I In- riiciirfiei-s of Hit; CliantbtM- hK'ji: dead, as iin dues a re- paid ui. hut, ilu! h-avi- hi-fii f. lie. paid a fim1 lo Anigius, whom IK; said had nevej- bul oni? iiMHiluiif when (railed upon in sevoral thai hi-.lli In- aiid Mr. Auxins decided lo givt- vi'p Ihe duties. Mir. has him that In- would Jiol Ix- much from on. and tis himse.If he is ing away for a time. A. A. scrri'lai'y of the Oaklaml llhamher of Comnn-rci'. who pr.vi-nt. a sLinriiip spoic of jrond thai can accomplished hy a .-Xlid e of thaJ i-V4-3-yhody in (In- and MHinil.y should lak" inti'f'sl in Iho loea! A few years ago people hail aji IhaJ J and sno-w six Ihe yea.r. lhe.ro is ii" Here wii good schools and county li- braries are being distributed e.v- p.i'-yiwhurc. Two events are 'at the iweseiil lime on I coiiu- muinity, the Manama Ca-nal Exposi- lion. wJiiich wi'lil altracl Ihe world, and tin? kn'aliioji of HiO'iisaiHis of faofoj'ies here on of Ihe fuel oil -tha.1 is naw pouring out of UK.'. oiJ we Iks here. Fm-l lias al- ways JH-IMI l.he dn'awback iwliablis.liing factopies tb-is bay shore, and now have it -and the water and la.nd carrj-age will soon come lOKflber. own- is all ovea1 lli-e Unflcd Stales now looking to this bay shore. Here they can run. 305 days in the if they want a.nd no suffering cold AiiotIKT inepor.la.nl llwig Hay- -n.oeds is -an express and pa.-w- irv.ice so you can shoot the beairies into Oakland wSlb dew- on I hem and your eggs before This most can he with an ac- tive Chamber of (xmunenM'. Weal- thy men. .in Oakland are giving '.time that cannot be. and all for the conwiion good. II is now figured thai a family of five worth to any conimuniMy." Mr. was tendered of.thanks al the siiggtv-lioii of the c.liair. al the of hU splendid beai-l l-o heaj't talk. Oosby thai Ihe MI. problem was (be .1 ijiipai'lanl that shoulil tak- en up by the local Chamber of Commerce. I'o.ople must be con- iiipidly and properly lo and Hayward hefn-ri' lowil can be e.vpecteil to grow as il should. It is a sad eonditjoni to spend two hours a day to travel hack and forlh l.wHve .No can In1 iloiir lo this oomnitHi- i.ty than lu'lri us gei pi-ojier iwirlafion by Oakland I'liamlin' of Mr. I and we now ;isli your lo help us. bijr and .strmig tJial you ;ui impression in. the can mak> A. Bi-ain In -apprecialiiiMi of Hie, rucenl stiiui'pluou.s baiKiiiel fumiu'slied Hie ladies of I'alma Ci'rc.lo by the gen- llemc-n membeiti al l.he time of the annual biuuiiiol in .lanuary the la- dies have derided lo iflii.rn, I lie comip-li'mejit by serving a splendid chickcii supper at Hie Hank of Hay- wards Hall (wi T.lmtrsday Ajwil 27Jh, r.i. in. Sevoiral surpnises will, nu doubl aJso be fu.niislied for tin- amuse- ment of the guesU. A large at- tendance it> 11. XieJsejn brother of III-. Sorwi Nie.lwii, li'fi. for Alasi'i he will he em-ployiMl as a T. V. II. r The Krale.mal limlhiM'Jiootl will give a social dance, at Hie Dank, of HaM on Friday April 281 h. The public w Admi.-wion gcn.lts 50 cuaite; A. HoJK'.haj'i'nku wa.s in i.pwn- Mooiday from hte mmunlain home of Hay.ward. The old gentJe- is in. faiii' lieallh awl looks.' bii-l eaiuirf. walk viiry wcH. on of a l-eg that wa.j Iwokeii a few yi'a.iw ago. The dek'iiules lo the lurulhcrhood at N'ew- iiKin ri'liiinncd Imnie Saturday. Sorosis Shirts From 99 Cents Up All Kinds and Colors On Special Sale Wednesday April 26 Toft Nissen, Inc. Cor. B and Castro Sts., Hayward The Store with the Window Specials and ,1. K. sjioke alinij: similar linr-s. and Mayor Hcyci- slai'-d fhal Iranspnr- lalioii iV Hi- leading Uij be anil ii-marki'il wilh u-iM'.l winiM niai-vi'Ifni-. I l.'iisi j 11. II. 11 Ihtil iai lus no !ik- llayw.n-d. :hal it! would lii- :i i'lvi-s'i': at isi I'-v.ji in hiili- IKT i'ii r n j -ar 33] a'lv.'j'li-iius fiiini !ii- is h-T" When you buy butter why not buy the best it clont cost any more Golden Glow Butter Is made in the finest butter coun- try in the state, by the most im- proved methods, and is guaranteed to taste better and keep longer than any other brand on the market Try it the next time you buy butter H. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES and DELICACIES Home Made Pies and Cakes Cor. B and Main Sts. Tel. Hayward 154 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WOOLEN SERGE Is very stylish this Summer A larjir. nswnrlnirnl juM. htm rwrlvrd: while wilh slriiws rlc., a very rim; quality for Uic HHHH-V. You will IN; surpriml lo l.i.'j is. ttiv Mill iii- IIIDlHTille wllill WT can you on FUEL FEED and MMl.TRY FKICns AM> SIT- PIJES AMI AI.I. KIMIS rj.iin' lo Jiirt. lii> advert MJIC. a< A. H-Min. 4. K. U-iry. J. ('.hairnKin r.jvis- liy. Mr. a <-nn- in (he fulurc with 103. AH Ilii' rolJ and nilcilrtiJw) ft Mi Adjourned lo Krwtay (Apnil The People's Store Bargain House of Bargain Sales of all Spring Goods Now NOTE A FEW O i7 Jmrnilr Suits, noltliy 3-M, tlic S'i ;i( 7-'! Hoys' Doulilc Suits, Kiioclvi-is. N-I-i. (lie Si-'iO jil'.. S.'.C.. TiH liijili Twrwl -SuiK. N-1-1. Hie SI! .'W finr Suits in nnil I'oUisrlolli, tlir ;it 'O OUR PRICES ill! I-ailio' Ilinh Grailc Sliirt tlip the K quality, special, at fine Shirt Ihr onalily, at Shirt he 7oc qllul-iU, at juiir I'inc Oxford in Vica. CniiJI etal. Leather, at SI "W 1-nlies' liiqli prjxlc MIIM-S. at SI.25. SI.M. ?3.i5. pair .Misso fine Shix-s. it niililiv Straiv ami Ilic latrsl vpriiui sljlrv. at i.V, "Jflc, -to: B-V. S-V. Star Brand Sh< Star Brand SI.S5, SI.65. SI.S-V SiS-x DCS Are Better aes Are A. RUMMELSBURG, Prop. People's Stan Main Street, (iocnU-11 BuiMing.
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