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   Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Hayward, California                               HAYWARD TWICMEEK REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL, FIRDAY, MAY 19, 1911 NO. 40 HHX AND VALLEY CLUB NOTES The Hill and Vuklev CMub held regular meetung. Moridaj, Ma> 15, 1911, in IJie Bank ot Havwards Hall. j Ai, J. PiwvelJ, who went as a delegate to- UIP Panama Wo- ineng Assoeation. which met m ?t. Hotel, Mav 12, 1911, Cave a most interesting ipport on what Ihc CJHil) Women ol Califor- nia arc pianiimg to do at the great fair MI 1915. rThe dub banquet will be given ill the faU afk'i the vaualion After the completion of business I. B. Parsons and R. Ueid address- fd the meeting in the mleiesto ol the high school Dainty refresh- ments -were seived the banquet room. The CunvJit Event Seel ion. will riot meet agam this session but, will resume work afU'i fie summer va- cation. The next business meeting ol the wutt be held June 5. 1911 al 2'30 p. m.' The, progiam c-oniuiBt- lee has m view u surpmse for the Members. Thp, delegates to the erjnvenlion of the Stat-e Federal ion of Women's Cluiis read 4heir reports. Mrs. L. n Hosenbeig and MPS. Cecil Gorvvm lopiesentod the IliJI and ValJev Club As this is the last m-eelmg beloie Ihe vaca- tion it ts hoped ali! the members wiH be pa'escjit CHILDREN'S DAY El The Congregational Uiutch Sun- da) School will observe ChiililrenS Dav on Stimdav evening, and the chitthen wiH icndci apiogiaiu of songe and i eolations A'l Ihe mornuig service Mr Ivavloi the third semion in 4he -.Ties on "What 1 Believe and the paititular be- ii'g, "What I Believe About Mira- All aif oordull-v invited COUNTY NOW A STftAWBERItY CENTER 'I'lic biggest rfruwbeiry bed in M.uneda County lies between Nilee and IXivotOv .and w operated by iJimolil JIMS., of Watoonmlle. Ii covers and one-hall acres aiwt next year there will be filly acres in the field. The ber- ues are- now going flwn al I he rate of ten cheats a day, and are bringing a chest. As the grow larger and the acreage im-H-ases, the output will reach a much figure. Superintendent A. S. last matalled the new pump- yig plant, which pumps over 700 gallons ol water a mmute for ir- rigating -purposes. Tlte company has a 60 ft. well worked bj a cen- tnfiugal pump of the Crow pat- tern The welt gives- a fine flow of watei, and I hi' company expects the harvest season lo extend un- lil OeJiObw An auto truck for the hauling ol the berries to the lail- load wiill be put on later FOR THE BETTERMENT OF SAN LEA1VDRO II is ruinoi'ed that there is a movement on foot among a raim- iH'i ol ouii pabliL rgpinted citizens to- a tnwn cteamuig coin- the purpofo of whiC'h is lo see that the dilfeKMiil sections of towm aie kepi m an ocderlj coi dition. If'oiganued the commis- sion will piobnhh before I he Bo-awl ol in an en- ik'axoi to smue the aid of the noanl m then hj wmk. II ii said that such a roinmirasion ii sm tia mg reiull1- dl It is lo be hoped1 that this move- menil smcceeds thete is nothing so ti active to the strangeis as a plau- luee from all disorder and iMisighlK Reportor HIGH SCHOOL NOTES The senior piuichased a pitluje of Rcpl> lo ami wjll piesenl it ,lo tli-e school at the commencement oxen lies- on June 9th Thf (U'liKu- class are makimg a effort to make their dance ti Jhe one-. of tin- feoci-al of the seastxi. The High School l.ii class sent inMtalions lo Uf'Aeral of the senJOJ's for I lien (Josing exeitinjes ami dance 'in Ma> J7lh, at Hall, fmngton. 'J In' liniled Stales Hisforv Class 'under the duection of Vis Maij aie drawing fiftv maps of various overland pioneeis UK fnp Ih English leading Malhew AinoldV ci holai S C Smith writes automobile m- Illustration from The Butterick Fashion. Sheet for MAY FREE Copies at oar Butterick Pattern Counter i Aisle.... Abin IF NOT, WHY NOT? Use the most up-to- date Pattern on the Market. The cost is no more, the style better. Something Special Every Day SILVER FtRERIA Co. PfcMe HAYWARD 98 904 B Street, near Castro] Purchaser! It uill pa> jou well la call on the KAVANAGH-ROSCNBERG CO. licfore forminf opinion upon nhrre the cbrapeat and best place lo buy is. We. Kill in- nunierale bHow whai me know CMII >mi moncj on FUEL FEED HAY GRAIN IHHXTRV FEEDS AXI> SUP- E PI.IKS AXD AU, KINDS OF BlIIJHNr. Ghr IN. or pbwnr. 5I5-5W Walkim SI. Trtcphonr Ha.vnaH MS. WOOLEN SERGE Is very stylish this Summer A Iwyr anvrlmml IIMS jinl torn rvtvhrd: 'Hill JWTHTJPWl 10 IMN. CMI 0W fAHl j Aftffl __H IVv H TRUSTEES tO REVISE LICENSE ORDINANCE A4 members 'of the lkva.rd of Tnustccs wx're_ pi al (.he PC- gular n _ of the board 011 Wed- nesday cxenmg, Mavoi pre- siding. The first was the ordering ot an opinion from the   in the ja.nl. lot. Trustee Welsh was empowered lo get liguies on the probable cost of a 5000 galion tank and installing an engine and making the conn no I IMS Bids for doing the work will be advertised to enjoy the festivities The invi- t.iliwi wias The II a> ward Veleians bj B F. Giddmgs, also invited the mavor lo alleiul u inert ing nf the Vcti'ians lo piepaip lor the anniia Memorial Daj exeicises 'flic niav- 01 will be absent and 'I'mstct Welsh was Mi-stiuiled to attend as putative Cannot Find V's Biowning of Ihc Jjoaid of addiessed a coinmunicalim to the hoard, asking that Hans t'ln isliaJiseJi be dnected lo furnish a diagiatii ol I he Y's ol the laEeial sewei on Oommeicial sliect thai he ui undet the dueclion of Kiank Laikm, as Mi Laikm did nut icpoil. The boaiid accepted the invitation of the San Leandro Cheriv Carni- val lo join in the annual celebra- tion iheie on Tune 9th and 10th and Mavoi llevei suggested thai Ihe Chambei ol Connmeice lake Ihc mallei inp and the tinstees will ]om Ihe piocpssmn Secretarv lepuili-d that the Jocal Meuantulu AsHioiation is alreadv for Sidewalks Ordered Hevcit spoke ol Ihe lack of in the business scclion as well as residence where the sheets aie paved, i'he was instnick'd to nolif> LiJ- lie M. Hauschildt, Mis Blaciwiood and the Demonican sisters (hat the> miisl begin the la) ing of side- walks m front ot then of proper! v within Ihutv davs or the board uke lion o and have the work done. The is at the ol B and Fnsl slieet-s and al Ihe COHIPT and adioining ali Cas- io and C sUeets Gleik Reese slated lhal the pro- )pri> owinpis on D and Vailey streets desired lo puif. down oil nacadain and desured the sanction )f the board. The boaid wilJ act on HIP matter at the meeting tit Keep Peddlers Out H. Fleid'and Sec-ietao Welsh he Hajwaid MeroantiJe Associar ion, addressed Ihe board, asking that the license ordinance be changed, maJitng the licenses au- uiak instead of quarterlv Mr  8000 Iho-i-up VsiiHissen, nuiMcis, and one to r foi a and liasemenl inloKPd (.oniHle building- to cost on her B si i eel loi r B ftusseJJ, buildei J'he bonds ol 1' B now doing a loi ol work, were read and accepted Louer B Slrcct lo he I'nied The Gitj Street Iinpiovement Companj asked loi and grant- ed permission to put in concrete curb and gut I PIS a.ml down as- phalt pavement on lovvei B street irom to- Mice slieet The news lhal Ihia foranei nnud hole is '.o be paved befoie anolhei wmtei was retened with a great deal of satisfaction bv the Town Mloinev lemaiked that Hav- ward us leailing aH olliei towns in IhP slate al m thp mallei of perjnanenl work. At the of manv petition- rrs T. B Rxisi-ell and F F Alilon wpie leapponiled Libian Trus- tees foi UIP ensiling IPJIII The plumbeis bond of Hans Chrislensen lead and accepted. The cross-lown railwav franchise nf I B Paisoiks came up loi final reading asid wa-. parsed lo pi ml The boaid adjoiuned lo ncxl Wednesdav evening when it will meet in executive session to revise the license ordinance the li- censes he lo meet the the shows heieafter. whether given 'odges, schools or improvpmenlI revenue lo the lovvn ;lutos, shaH be subject to a license new law.? ind marshal was instiucted nake such colJecljons. It is. how- ever, wu4hw the province of Ihe rustees lo rebate such license if d to levise UIP license oi- imance. leaving the amounts iiank. foi submission to a connml- of Ihe whole. he commiWee in. charge of the j. SAX LKANDKO BOYS' tLl It WILL EYIERTUN evening lhe of the -an Li-andio nini, ITIM. iin-n ,n Um Vhe "fch t Ihc hovs VHIT PATTERN PM TK UTRO 4, I ED WARD MASS A Ladies'. and Children's Muslin Underwear and Children's White Dresses At Greatly Reduced Prices On Special Sale Wednesday _ May 24 __ Toft Nissen, Inc. Cor. B mntt Castro Sta., Hayward The Store with the Window PROMINENT CLUB WOMAN REMOVES TO HAYWARD Thp E. A Chapm place of i Mm) on the bouk'vard out- side of town been sold lo Mis. .Mar> P. Murrey, of Alsunwte, who witb her daughter, Mrs. MaMick, I'ave already takoii poswasion. Mrs it is Mated, as a promi- nent c-Jmb woman of Alameda, and viH be a welcome addition to the HiJI aiut Valley Club. Speakmg of the departure of S'rs Mastick from Alamcda Uie 1'imes-Star of that place "Mr. iind Mrs. Hcabm W Mae- lick and Miss Marjone Mast ink are lo take up their resulence in Hay- where they have purchased a pretty country place of several acres near the car line "The removal will not inlerfeie the participation in the cjwh activities in thM wihich been the resident place of Mr. and Mrs. Mastick and familv sinoe Hie fue HI San Francisco "Mrs. Maslici. vvrU be equally ac- tive m the interests of the Cn- tirion of wtvich she presi- dent, HV ittf past. "The rtinoval of the famkly m gi-elled tov many fniends" COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS WILL BE HERE TOMORROW Tomorrow, Saturday, Hayward iM wrtnens one of the finest I anades ever seen. The Western Praneh ol I he National Commercial Iravelois Association are now bo- ing entertained by the Oakland Chamber of Commerce Tomorrow they wiiB be given an auto- ride winch wull arrive at Hay- Maid at noon. Our local Chamber of Commerce has planned to meet them, al the boulevard entrance to I own and escort them on a short m aboui town and vicinit} NEED OF A HATCHERY FOR THIS COUNTY" A. fitrbforrl, of the Vnlley V I'otiUr) Farm, a at Ilk' V Hevw-vv office Mr 1'itchiford, who eoiidWiU a t hatohwv, made a shipment of chicks to Live Oak, Suiter this week. He says by anothnr' season he to have a hatch-" IM-V that will turn out from "J to 30.IWO chieks a month. There, is a large demand for Havwai-d clucks over the state Thcie >s no be.Uci place for a large hatch ciy in the slak', Ilian light heie. There is no place that can compare with Havward when it coines to lerlriilv of eggs and that is what counts in a hatcher} Mr. Pitch-- ford sajs his hatches this season have averaged 93% per cent GRAND MILITARY BALL One of the laigesl mihlarv fver given will be held eveing of Jiuie 7th, at Maple HalJ in Oakland, the four com- ntes of the third battalion will I old joint dance. It will be ti grand spectacle with no less than Windned boy.s in their dress dancing to the 4rams of a mihtai} band. The local boys with their wives and willl have a special car for Ihc to con-vey them to andi from the danee One of the fea- tu-res af the evening will be a competitive drill between the best inad of each As UIPJ-P W be five stiuads eiglii men ach great rivalry cvisls the different companies Hans Stem is di tiling Ihc local squad and no doubt will make a fine showang against the otJier boys of the first battalion fUTltw for Our Summer Stock 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 _ iy of Boys and Gents' f i is now complete. J CAPPS 1007 PURE WOOL CLOTHING Better Values than ever A beautiful line of Summer Hats, both in Straw and Felt, just received. If JESSE H. WOODS CO. I When you buy butter why not buy the best it dont 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 M. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES DELICACIES JDor. Band MainSto. Td. Hayward 164   

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