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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL, TUESpAY, MAY 2, 1911 No. 35 AUTO HUNS OVKIt AM) KILLS JAPANESE was About o'clock Sunday wen- mg Mom M-olo, ii Japanese, who was employed on Ihe place, on the IXvolo r rim anil tailed imar I he Hazel- moyM' place. How Ihe aceiiid happened' is not kaumm liuil nl us supposed Jhal Ihi' Jap. who rtitiurnihng home oji his was Winded by I he headJigbil ol the muchime, and Hie machilne and bi- oyeile collided head on. Thd was liadJy bumped when; (ouiul b> Uie Hazel-iiMner's alongside Uie road, and guAo evidewe that I he machine parsed Ihc poor un- It us elated thai the machine w stopped, bull il is supposed by the lo be (lie work ol a Ing rod' containing1 (wo m-eji anld two as one was seem coming lo Haywai'd aboiiil Ibal I line uiLhmil a lieadilipM. The foodv wa.s brought, lo Oan UrimWIS morgue mi ward. ".lack" It'i.ley was arwalotf Sun- da> mglil mi lenhpliaig lo rob tin.1 of Mr. Spheral saw limn i'n (ho- acl of entering tin.1 lionise almul dusk ami I hoy Ih'ld at Hie and later bad S. P. Agent. Jlaifoiu'l, a sbcnll, Tii'.are linn under siwst, them M'lnl for Gonislalile Haulage. Weller, who skipped ou.l a while ago, ownng (kio-ptT a board hi-Ill was anesled Momlav and brniiglui hnlore Jnslife and to pav a line. KEY UOIJTE IS HEADED FMI HIYWAKO C. L. LMiUe, who was down lo IIit'll direct a few days ago informs tin- Itevkw lhat HH-J-C is no mis- 'lake biut what the Ke.y Route now headed for Haytoarat ejn route for Sau Jow. II us clamwd that R wiiitl skirl. UK- foolhilte, to. faet. luv now runiriing lines, and widih pass through' Castix> Yal- strikjng the valley on the Lake Ghabot road; thence awi'oss the to Haywaixl; thoiwi on the of I he Deuoto-NiJes road lo iNiJios, aiiildi there on a tfr- line to San. Jose. That Ui route' ie ah'eady piitekcd is no doubt, as tnt- anH Whilpplc- int'aJ' both owning of fixxilage, have al- ready been consulted. Kvy Houilc' oonstiiHiictioii gang already at work in Piedmont at llw end of the iwesenit line will) Ibi1 frleani shovel. ANOTHER NEW HOME Anoilhw iM-w boiiK- is to be built on. I be Bay 'IVee Tract N. W. Loicb, a weaWiiv business man O't Oakland, who recently pnirchasud two lots HI this .residence Mr. has tot tlw; conl.rai'1 ID Chins and Htonm rngscii lor a haiul- home Jems C. Jensen, an old sea captaiin ot Rnsse.l.l Silatwn, was roininil.led (to Ihc. Stale Hospital SaLurday. 01 late be has been vio- and dcwtiitirliM1 and (here wa-s no oth-eii- olhej- akranaJnve so lie was takon down bj r.onslabU; n and turned over lo Uio UUllllOI'lilK'b. A Few of Our Leaders! No Stale Goods Here. We Alice Rose Corn Del Monte Tomatoes M. J. B. Pineapple Ripe and Green Olives Rosebud Syrup for pancakes Franco American Soups Kaola Pure Cocoanut Butter Sweet Potatoes in Cans And in fact everything that is new in the Grocery Line. MEYER BROS. NEW STORE Corner B and Main Streets. Phone Hayward 97 Chamber of Commerce Gaining Many Members Get Together Spirit Is Growing Day by Day. The Whole Community Is Behind the Movement. ANNUAL MEETING OK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The second inecHJiitg ol the NEW Mas-ward Chambw of Commerce bold at the Hall on Fri- day and judging from the taken and' Ihc personnel ol tho al tendance thei'e wiJJ IK; some- (huiC domg liorealloi' days 111 Hie year to keep this growing com- befow tin; eyes of the would her lookiing lor or miMislnionK. II was not a er either, and mo.st one prchnit bad a in the pro- Angus Secre- tary WulbeJit wias nil bis ed ami 'lli-nasiircr .loliln. Cor- reia, of thej oW guard, was 111 HIT a and grow.mg baflk to the oredil of the The J.ia'sl, businciss Iraiisadled was listed nig lo tho report, ol ihe by- comaiW'ttee, and the bv-laws M'e read and adopter! bj sections. .Vmong the armies the fixing of the itiiniL1 ot rneetmgb which will IK1 held on Hie liiiist oven- uig of each month, amJ tho atmiual elvotioai winM take place on Hie first J'lnida> ui at Unw1 sevon djroctors he olef.led. and thoj in liuni wiiH select tbf. ollicern from Imiii' uumtoer. On ilalJAii all those present had not already become mem- )fiis wuru lo come lonvard and -signi tlw roJ'l and tlw> ilo a man. Obauimaa Crosby of the tnan.s- :wrlation coinimiit.tee. appointed! at last nieotimg, .reported- Lhat ho lad eoHinwniieated wrth. Heron, of .the 0. T. Co.. and Mr. Heron In formed bun lhat he is gilad lo meet ihc committee al. any IIIH> and talk I ransportatioa lor Hayward, but Mr. Crosby the coimmliU'e await iiitil aWw be annual election So ordered. ii- list of added Ho (lain: II. Meek Chafles Proust' .1. llauschilcll I1'. I. Li'inos C. W. Hcycr L. It. lUrsciihcrji W.I. Knitihtly .1. E. (icai'> Jackson jlurulil Tlioi'iip Adopb May K. K. S. H. McCuhc H. C. Siuilli A. Bradford .1. Annslntng Janus S.Krench G. A. OiUiC.s v. Suss E. N. Mabrvy T. V. O'Bripii Marl in Welsh Sliiiirt 8. Him lev I. It. Parsons I'oliT J. T. Calkins I V. Allen 8. A. Simons It. K. Nissen A. Liiulenlicru M. Wilde C. O. llabl C. Thieiii-s I .1. lloflciiu I. B. Itiissi-ll K. Iteid II. It. Itolmison E. Wi-lsh Julin Correia William Angus .1. Duiiieriiiiilli V. Mitchell W. W. Hnlej, ir. Kurnit-rs Merchunls Bank Adjoinrnod lo next Fi-iday even- at K m.. o.verv pifclic spirited is invited to be pre- sent and sign Hie roll. MAN BUGGY SHOOTS LADIES OF I'ALMV CIRCLE AUTO FULL OF HOLES SERVE CHICKEN PIE SUPPER 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. SILVER Co. PHONE HAYWARD 98 904 B Street, Near Corner of Castro Queer was taken b> some eiiieiri) of -Manuel Brown of Warm Springs on Monday iugh'1. aocordmg .to a report receded al the shCTtffV, offK-e. the shooting Brown's Jiow auloniobde lufj of holes a rafle. A number of people saw the un- known up (o Brown's garage a buggy, ope.ii the door and fire six shots in rapid succession. He1 tbcai mlo hies bugjf> .ni'l lahhed hwv a gallop, di.s- appearinig boifure could re-iln'aiaii bun. WJtiwsset; thought thai nnuder had been co-jiimiUed. and gave pur- suit, but Hie man iix'aped MI the dai-Lneas. White the sl'dl to leani Ihe cau.--e shoot ing. Hrown appeannl with a laiil'Mni, and an inspeiMiui (-bowed that (be woolwork of In.- auloiiiobiJe had beou lercd. Ojnslable Kodcnck. uf is luinlinp the foJlmv. A BIG SXAI' One liunw-fd fifly fool awl fine bnsBic.-c! block in for sale al a gival barfc-aui. Owi'-r wauls inonej. See il wi'tliou! deJay. HAYWAIll) REALTY 515 Castro si reel 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WOOLEN SERGE Is very stylish this Summer with A larvr avoirlinriil has jus) hern rrrrhrd: whitr Mark Mripo. clc.. a finr quality for Uir monry. Von will surprisril lo MT that ymi ran frt HiH Itnui liful for 50c A VAKD. rrjular 7-V fomK Omir in and
of Palma Circle. No. HI, Women of Wood- 'craiR, to- the gwiitle- men members ol the order who recently gave ladies an eastern banquet. The ladiies fell thai Ihe men of the lartkw. who a monthly boii'iuel moiiithh the year, and re- doubled UIUMI- efforts oil. tlus oc- casion. mvMeid of niemiieirs wej-e also hulden and iJ. was a fea.M that wiH not soon be forgoJU'Ji. It was senwl at 7 o'o-locK in Uie evenamg and cojiwsl- exl of asparagus isalad. chicken pie. mashed and green rolls and roffee followed by of cu.Mard. lemon and rhmbajii varieljes. The ion-, wwv al.-o again a painful whwh iiijr lo he !o Iwr foi a earnalKin ___ Ihe i-awh are shipping "i flowers daily. Ihnrc are many on markH the are cheap at pre- sent on1 The People's Store Bargain House of Hayward Bargain Sales of all Spring Goods Now Progressing NOTE A FEW Of OUR PRICES (7 Jiiirnilc .Suits, sianv. Iho Si ilj. al 73 Boys' Double Suits Knwrlirrs, ages .S-15. Ihf SI.W al S2.W. hifh grade THCM! SuiK -15, (he Sfi quality, al 33 HIM- llms-s SuiN in rd and Ilir qnalil.t, W.35. Boys' noliby Slrau anil Kelt Hats, Ihr latest vpriny al 1-M-. Mr, 6-V, S.V, Sl.lfl. SI.33. IIC l.mlio' llrah Grade Shirt Ilir lalnJ. the J2 (jualily, sTMTiaJ. at fine- .Shirl Ihc quality, al Shirl U'aMs, Ilir 7.V qtial- al J.15. 170 pair lrim- Oxforri Tirs in Vica, (iiinM rial. Pa- tent I.calJicr. al J2-35. pair tadiiV high trade >lmrs al SI..VI. Sl.To. SiTO. SSJi i70 p.iir fine MMTK. al Star Brand Shoes Are Better Star Brand Shoes Arc Leather A. RUMMELSBURG, Prop. People's Street, Goodell BuiMing.
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