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   Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - June 27, 1911, Hayward, California                               TWENTIETH YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911 NO. 51 Looks Like More Water for Hay ward Tlie Oakland papers on 'Thursday evening .'published 'an- nrtlc.le. saying that the Sprint; 'Valley Water Coni- has mirchascd it right of. way land from the WesteVn Pacific roaj. '.The- 'article hlhtijil th'at the Livermore Native Daughter Chosen Miss Alice Dougherty, n. member of AiiKC-lItu Parlor No. 32, .N. U of this placoj was elected Orand S'eoretnry of. the .Native Daughters in the closing- hours of the Grand Par- lor at Santa Crux .last weelt. Aliss Dougherty had s'crved two Grand Trustee, being- eleet- Included, t Spring Valley Is either '.suing to coii- .solldateavlth the People's Or the (Jities Water Company .arid, supply ill on jhe second the the-towns along .the Hayward vbte of anyone on. 'the board. The contest for. Grand .Secretary was stubbornly fought but Miss HOME AWAIX Dougherty a substantial ma- jority. .'.V The local ffatiye Daughters are; over the. success Miss Dougherty, both for her own sake and the prestige it will .give..1 their 'Herald. Mr. and "Jake" Gleichman are home again their .Eastern trip. Besides visiting at their: old home In Clcvealnd, Ohio, Mr. man said they visited many of 'the prominent cities In the East. Mr. Gleichmln says that times' are not ns gobjl In the 'East as 'they should; be, and people" Cannot give any -ex- planation; as to why they .are not 'bet- ter. 'feveryone seems to lie busy but money is scarce.. Jake says that he is glad .to again set- :foot on Hay-j ward .soil. all -'Easterners that! live here for any length of time he is.] always glad .to get back again. To Repair Niles Canyon Road Special Election On Amendments School Childreii The -Niles Canyon road, which is now impassable in many places, due to the ravages of water during the winter, Is to he repaired and made passable at once. Last year two bridges were built in the canyon and an old one made safe, all of which California is Koliur to have a1 spe- cial election in October. There are some, amendments that will be proposed to the voters on that occasion, and it is not'too soon for them to study the proposed changes in the law of the state. Many of the changes arc of the most drastic character, nnd voters cannot venture to .vote for or ag-alnat. them until the principle involved has been thoroughly examined. There is for Instance the of the Inl- .......voi- referendum and recall, thai of- woman suffrage, that of employ- ers' liabilities, that of allowing- the rnor a. great increase in -patron- him to name the railroad commissioners, and many others. It is not wise, because- in the first place it is not true, to say that have no interest in the changes pro posed. There is not a voter in' 'the state, nay there is not a citizen o .-i'yident who is not interested mot- or less in the result of the; election. There is ample time now for the discussion of the but manv persons will wait until' they get into the booths to find out what they are expected to endorse or disapprov The wise man, the citizen, will -make his. investigation now, and know exactly what be wants to do and why before election morning Ex. The Board of Health of Kastj Ornng-e, New Jersey, has enlisted the school, children in its fight against Any child that discov- ers and reports a natural breeding- place Cor- the wrigglers is rewarded f with a dime. The chirdren are, taught how to detect these p.laces, and as soon as they anv discovered. .they are either drained or. treated.. J-'OH SAf.iK A new buggy for sale cheap. Ap- pfy to Kotitc I.. Box (15. 'ii271mc ojl S. P. MKUIOSE 12XTENSIOX T. I-1. H. XO. 1.13 SOCI..H; Hayward Lodge, No.'US, T.! i'. P.. will give another of their popular.; social dances at Hay.wards P.nnk JBuilding- Hull, Friday evening. June I .'roth. Refreshments will be-served, i KSTATK TKAXSITOKS Margaret P. Van I-loosear has sold y acres .of full, bearing orchard in the Van lloosear Tract to Adolpb Hansen, of I'Yuitvale. .Mr. -llansen will ..bniid' this fall and engage in the poultry business. Also acres to W. T. Yeanian, of, who will also .engage the. poultry business and build this fall..: A i> i x VKSTAI EXT ,The Southern Pacific Company arc i unloading rails along the route of j their Melrose extension, een Mel-: andJElmhurst. All the buildings rjxht of way and upon jatlon sites at Seminary 'ivenuv; avenue'and Mountain View! j-being moved. The road bed completed between Stanley roa 3 v'and Mountain View. I ADVKKTISEI) -.The following letters remain un- called for in the Hayward postotTice, June 21, 1911: Caraway, Mr. .T. W. (2) Sore.nsen, Mr. M. A. fiilveria; Manuel Soiza dr. AXhite, Mr.' Allen Williams, James A. BRADI'-Of-n. P.'M. If Not, Why Not Wear the most Up-to-date and best COLLAR in the market. will find this in our Triangle, 5-Ply Collar It stands laundering better than any other. If you try one you will want no other. Call and we will be pleased to show you the differ- ent features. Remember the Col- lar is Five-Ply. Silver Pereria Co. i Phone HAYWARD 98 904 B Street, near Castro, Hayward, Cal. Two houses ami two lots, lots of fruit trees, about three blocks from the business center Will rent ply for each per month. Ap- HAYWAKD CO. 515 Castro St. You can gel, a guaranteed. Hot Bottle for one dollar at Koitl's Urug Store. Mr. Purchaser! It will pay you in- 1 1 U> mil on (he KAVANAGH-ROSENBERG CO. lirforn roriiiiiiH an opinion upon where the .cheapest and best place to liny is. We. tvill iii- iiuiiivrali: bvloiv ivhal we knniv can Siivi: ymi nionry on FUEL FEED HAY GRAIN I'OUMHY FEKIJ.S. AM) -SUI1- I'l.lKS AM) ALL KINDS OK HIIMIIM; M Motor Service Is Coming Soon Train service on the local lines has been greatly improved recently and much satisfaction Is expressed. Especially so in regard to the thea- tre twin put on that leaves >Sai' Francisco at Mr, G. V. Sulli- van deserves much of the credit for this good work accomplished. Now comes the news from yooii authority that the suburban motoi car service is soon to be establish- ed and thereby maintain the commu- tation between the cities. The route is laid out for-a loop service work- illy: both ways, one starting at Oak land, First and Broadway, to Elm- hurst, Mt. Eden, Alvarado, Newark, Centerville, Niles. Decoto, Hayward, San Iieamlrp.. and First and Broad- way. The other. Oakland, First and Broadway, Etmhnrst, San Jjeandro. Hay ward, Decoto, Niles, Centerville. Newark, Alvarado. Mt. Eden.: Elm- hurst, First and Uroadway. This route allow traffic be- tween the to be maintained at all times and promises to Kreatly as sist in the, upbuilding of this section of Alameda Popular Hayward Girl Becomes Bride Sunday afternoon Miss Lena, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. our popular shoe .man, was united in' the holy bonds of matri- mony to Mr. Alose Goldman, of Oak- land, a member of the firm of P. Goldman Sons, of Ma'n Francisco, wholesalers of notions and fancy goods. Rabbi Meyerwich'. of Oak- land, officiated at the ceremony ac- cording the the Jewish custom. The young couple departed immediately for Kansas City. Mo., on their honey- moon trip, where they will stay for me month. The bride is eighteen years of age and the groom twenty one and both arc very popular and young people. About one hundred ami twenty- five invited guests were present from Oakland and San Francisco. A fine wedding dinner was served In the Bank of Ilaywards banquet hall ifter the ceremony. Potatoes Bring High Prices Growers of potatoes who were 'ortunate enouph to escape the early heavy frosts and secure crops lire reaping big profits these daj's. They arc beine paid the best prices ever givon for early potatoes, and .he buyers arc accepting all of the tubers offered. To give some idea of tlie cost of new potatoes, one sale of ten cars was made for the track before an engine hook- ed onto the cars. The City Street Improvement Co., is rushim? the asphalt paveme'nt on lower street. It Is understood that one of the property owners down that way is standihi; in his own liKht and will not .sign up. It s liopvQ that h" will change his mind so it will not have to be Vnm- inallizcd. Oivn us a call or phone. SI. Hayward Iteview (or -printing. PU1CMTUKK AMI TVI'KXVKITKK l-Xllt SA1.K 1 roll top desk: 1 drophe.id type- writer desk: 1! rvvolvinir chairs: f. of- fice chairs; 1 typewriter: 1 b-ttcr prt'ss and table: 2 Axminster russ: 1 Wilton rtisr. This is cli-cant turni- ture and "ntin-ly new. only used 2 months. Can be s'-en at Prowsi- Haley's real Cas- tro street. Automobiles For Superintendents County superintendents of school 111 California have a far greater dis tanee tp travel than their colleagues In other states, In fact not a few of them have as an area to cov- er as the superintendents of whole states in the east, many of our coun- ties larger than stieli common- wealths as Rhode Island and Dela- ware. of interest to tlm schools and consequently the public that the superintendents should be able. to visit the schools in their jm-isdieti as often and as speedily as possible, and certainly there is no way to ac- complish that better thiin by allow- ing- the automobiles. County Superintendent I-'rlck by all means. k should have an automobile, the same as the sheriff or any other county officer that has to (ravel the time. Native Sons Elect New Officer! Declares War Upon Realty Shysters A vigorous campaign against real estate sbystei-inif. is to bo by the Oakland Heal Estate Assoeiatlon, aided by the Oakland CHamber of Commerce. At a recent meeting; of the association it rule was adopted which will compel all meinbbers to report correctly the prices of all sales. It IK said that the practice has prevailed among certain real estate dealers  e quoted." iV liljy automobile scared the Feainv hitched to the Hayward steam laun- dry wagon Monday morning The learn was standing in front of the laundry while the driver, Wm Costa, was loading up his wagon The rHKhtcned animals rah for several blocks and collided with a telegraph pole. The wagon was badly demo- ished and the horses wens caught by a number of employees of the aundry who were (in then to" work, no one .was hurt bui pedestrians had-a close crill: MOKE IMI'KOVEMKXTS AT ,TIIK Orr C. E. RenntHt, the new proprietor it the Occidental, is continually mnk- iiff improvements and is building op L fine business with the auto travcl- public. During the past he' las had an expert painter and de- corator at work and has now of lie handsomest barrooms on this side of the bay. It is white with gold- trimmings. Mr. Hennett also has a fine five sseiiKer anto ty hire at all hours mil serves first-i-lass meals at all hours. Former Hayward Boy Honored ''harles H. a former Ilay- ivard boy :ind student :tt our high school; was honored layt Week by KUssinK the Sonoma <'onnly teachers' examinations with the hteheHt marks. I'ut of fifteen only three passed the strenuous test. was a ivry bright student our mil high school. 11.. graduated his siininit-r from the Scb.istopol liKh jvhool with hluh honors. SAX .MMtKirr The following are the newly elect- ed officers of Kden Parolr. No.' lt.1, X. S. G. W.: President........Ailim May 1st Vice Pres......; E. Manter 2nd Vice Pres.......fno Haac VlL-o Pre.x.....Chester uMadMe'n Jliirslml........ Wm. ICarder 1. s...........E. -Neu-deck O. K............. H: Nlssen l''in. Kec. T, Klilghtly Treasurer......J. Harder, Jc Trustees............. F.'.Gnrr Phy.sician Dr. G. 13. .Native iMnijrhfvrN At the last meeting of .the IX tin. following' officers' werfe duly elected for the ensums term jr. Past Pres. Miss L. M Walpert Past. Pres. Airs. A J Powell President L. It Rosenberg 1st Vice, Pres. Miss and Vice Pres. Hiss Nlaaen 3rd Vice Pres. Miss Cl.ira. Ninen Marshal Miss Katherlne Mbeiler Uec. Sec. Miss A. E.'- OarretBeh Fin. Hec. Miss Kelda. Chrisjholm Treasurei- Mrs. .1. Olek.hman ifrs. ,u. C.- fJlllinjtulcy Trustees......... Mlm Horn, Jlrs. J. Smith. Mlm Egeert Phy.sician U. C. BilllliKsley WAOOX UI'SETS S. P. Begins Work On Oakland Depot Construction work upon the somest depot west of .Omaha Will begin this week on the site of fte i resent Sixteenth-street depot ol southern Pacific Comp.inj In Oak- and. Orders to this effect have jaft issued. The definite orders vere for the immediate. removal of he present structure to a.  f eOucrt-te piling. The new Sixetenth-street depot o( he Southern Pacific Con-pan) will of steel and concrete throughout, the exterior fneed with a: granile base and terra cotta. glazed tile. The roof will be of red terra cotta tile. The hew depot will octu- a space of 600 feet in length and MU feet wide, ami will be one of tlw1. most modern structures of its kind n tin; West. Absolutely piece of. material that will be put into this new build- will he of California product. All the will com- from iiuarries In his slate and the steel is being Winufaetured by a California foun-v IryJ The waiting-room on the main floor of the building will be finished in California marble. The'Soothern Pacific Company haii .-on'tracted for on.. the most mo- b'rn d.-pois known to the tur.i] engineering world. ASSWIATIOX Mason Jars, Economy Jars and EZ Seal Jars Also a full line of Cans and Jelly Glasses for the canning season which is now upon us. No order too large for us to fill. H. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES DELICACIES Mwle Res awl Cor. BaDdMtinSta. Td. H.yward 154 WEAR WELL HOSE Two Pair for 25c Regular Price 20c Pair On Special Sale Wednesday June 28________ cn.imnlcc of wear wHI IKM- to funr J ami nil! any thai rail In .-h..t... he -j-o, citj; grftttr I ly operate on by Drs. Al.a-' 'a Ih.- and Dr. Clark- llr. Miteneil mads and will jnwn fce j at kb wsoa.it Jrs   

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