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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Hayward, California Join the Hayward Chamber of Commerce and Help Boost the Entire Community TWENTIETH YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911-SIX PAGES Proposal to Remove Saloon Causes Friction on Board The Board of Trustees met In reg- ular semi-monthly session Wedrfesdav evening All the members of the board were present except Truste Jioflong. who is on his vacation. Mayor ITeyer presided. dressed the board snylng that he de- sired to make the move so.he could live. He said he had Interviewed his neighbors to be on Main street and hud met with no opposition. Told that he could not remove his present Aftter the reading of the minutes license he .said that he make application at the next meeting- for fi a pommun lent Ion was rend from H Clausen, asking the board for per- mission to remove his saloon li- cense from the .Foster building or Pastio street to the KInres buildint? on Main street, formerly occupied b> James Ifoyt. L'ltv Attoi nev Gra> derided that Mr. Clausen will to make an application at the nexl mooting: in proper form to open saloon at the proposed location, contending that the lieense is not transferable fj om one place to an- other. The affair led to a dis- cussion, Hevcr contending that If Clausen moves Foster will be af- ter an 1 lieense for the Foster building ns it has always been run as a. saloon and wns huilt for no other purpose The mayor con tended th-it he, for one, does not want to hint anyone in the busi- ness but does not see how Foster can be denied a license if Clausen moves out Trustee Welsh was not In favor of granting: a to anyone without allowing- the people a hearing. As far as Tie Is eoneorned he is in favor of confining _all the saloons to a cei tain locality Tt ustee opinion that the people should be given a hearing- before any saloon is moved from one location to another. Ti ustee Simon also oted to delay the mat- ter until the first meeting in Septem- ber uluch occurs on the Uth Mayor Heyei- snid the hoard had agreed to limit the number of saloons, but ii they are to move aiound thev would be liable to be asked to grant more permits. Cnplain Clausen also ad- and keeping them there. Manter was also of the Mr. Purchaser! It will you well to call on the KAVANAGH-ROSENBERG CO. before foniiiny an opinion upon where Ihe cheapest and lies! place liny is. will in- iiiunerale below what we know can sine you money on FUEL FEED GRAIN renewal of license at the proposed lieu location. A communication was rearl from Mrs A. D. Gonhirte asking that her son, Frank Goulnrte, be placed on the lilaok list by the marshal so he can buv no more liquor in llayward So ordered. Town Engineer Goodwin In- structed to advise the board as to what portion of First street, at A belongs to the town so It can lie. im- proved. This is a strip next to the Russell lumber yard Town Attorney Gray was instructed to prepare the necessan papers, to Vroomamze Castro street from the north to the southern limits as re- gards the putting down of concrete sidewalks wfipre not alreudv in Plans and specifications were also adopted for the street ordered last meeting, the paving of Main street from to K streets and several others. A resolution of intention curb and gutter and Simon street from'Castro to Prospect street was passed to print. An oidinance w.ts albo introduced fixing the width of sidewalks on C street between Mam and Firbt was read; also one fixing the width of sidewalks dp upper U Captain Madison's Slayer Placed oh Trial for Murder For the murder of Captain Ken- ned IT. Madison, Gunt.iv lion-els was Wcdnoxdav placed on trial in the Su- perior Court before Judge Ills defense will be temporary In- sanity. Korreis shot and fatally wounded Captain Madison, a pioneer shipbuild- er and shipowner, .it the latter'.s home here several mouths ago. The. bullet enteied I'aptani Madison's head, but he lived for severe 1 weeks. In the running fight Horreis msule after the shooting he himself was senoush wounded a bullet from Charles Piinentel'i army rille. The bullet passed through one thigh, puncturing an artery, and the man nearh bled to death befoie he could be conveyed to a physician mid the flow stnnched. ii'or several months lioinls wa.s held In Ihe hospital of the CounU Jail, being unable to appear In court, this accounting for the lonii dela.i In biingmg him to trial After his arrest he declared that he did not Intend to kill Captain Madison, but only to scare him In tile hope that u settlement could be obtained, but declared he was glad thi' bullet had struck Madison. Borieis is represented by the law In in of Oelirlna Wymau, au.l i'Viink Andiade of this city, who has offices with the above firm. As- sistant Distiict Attorney llynes us conducting the prosecution. A large number of w itnesses have been sub- poenaed but It Is thought the trial will not consume over thiee or tour days Who Will Pay Poll Tax of Women? to street from 4th to Sth street. The matter of paving Main street was laid' over until next meeting to have the town engineer explain the pro- posed retaining- wall at the foot ut Main street at K lioiui Issue Delayed r A slight change was made in the rder tor a call of bond election to raise money to hirild a new fire house and m.stall a Oamewell firs ilarm system The word Garnewell was ordered stricken out, del.mm; the call a week or so- Mavoi Hover uid the members of the board thought if a 'Gamewvll was voted for the comp.'iny handling it might hold up the town. Chief !gs the change as he said he knew another coni- that would hid. on a system, vjnally as acceptable. Adjourned to meeting'. CHURCH POULTRY FEEDS AND SUP- PURS AMI AM, KINDS HF BUIIJHNK MATKIUALS (iiio us a rail or phunc. Walhiiis St. Tclflitionc llajuard 103. Simdav morning Mr. Naylor will preach on "The Pilvfiimi of I'aith. and in the evening the pastor's topic- will In- "Some Meawnin-ra God Sends to .Sunday School- at a m. Christian Endeavor Society at p. m. All are cordially invited to our servioc-s Sti-jingers welcome. HOY SCOUTS ATTEVno.V! I Hoy Scouts' mcctinK "n ev fnlng of this week. A us ISth. ness of importance. all Scouls and those who wish, to In-come Scouts be on hand I Mason Jars, Economy Jars f 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 for us to fill. M. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES and DELKViClES Home Made Pies and Cor. B and Main Sts. Tdl Haywai Will miffrntfists, if they g-a >allot in California, he conip p.iy poll tiiK9 This is the Intfst iiuestion thnt has thi ust it sell before those interested in the foi unnien" iiHHcment, tnd certain husbnmlq .ire nun h con- cerned oxer it. Men .innually contribute ?2 poll tax 'to the state, and it is nut compulsory bee. i of cisf1 of franchise, it is tfon.crally reo- mzed tiihute fo? then i to voto The collection of ?2 poll tax is uro- idert for by the Pohtirnl v'orte. an 1 while the clause reatlfe male there are husbands tvho are it' thev ually have to pay an additional ?2 for then should suffi :his October State Accident Board is Named Under of the em- pliupi-s liability aft uf the 1-tst levis- (Jovernor Johnson Wvdnesdav nnmod the members ol the Indus- tnal accident hoard ot the state, tho ycitlv salarv of fath A. J. Pilishui formei seci etai; of the State Hoard of Kvaminors. edi- toi and well knmvii wnlci of .San I'raiK'isco. "W J French tiiiLur ol the San KMIIK isoo Lubni f'lai ion, i labor loader HIH! prominent in civic affaiib, and W. J Morrison an at- prnctic Injr in uos les, hui in Pasadena, piomiiifiit in ic .iffiurs of both and wtOl KnovMi thimiKhniit the southlands are the men nnmiMl by Johnson Mrs. Blum Marries For Third Time HAYWAKO WILL VOTK o.v XEW noxi> Foimor ilis. Anna IJlum, known .o many Mayuard hns hron etl to the altar once more, this Ito- ny the third time. She was married lecently to o tlemnn by the name of Cliipp an 1 was here JsuniJav introdiicinpr her to her friends. They on me out n their own machine, a ohauf- "eur, iind Mrs Imparted to sev- eral th.it she done well, hei lius- fortune compnletl in figures. were accom- paniied by Afr :ind .lohnnie Hose, of Airs. Rose :i sister of Mrs Clapp MOXSTKlt WKM. A hifjh. school bond election will be held "September Sth, and the sum of foi a new lush sehool for the eleven districts in which the present .Union School is situat- ed, will he voted on. The proposal is tn bin a 12-.K i ti tract .ind a modern sehool building H is thought that the bonds v. ill carry, siiyb the Call. Of course they will carry1 To Raise Plants And Mushrooms H. P.'irsnns is havliu: :i well duic in the V.-ilh-v Or- charcls. near the dryr. or upper linn. It is In anJ lie experts put itdnwn.'IO irood flow of stnn-k at 17 U fe--t. Alfred lies, late of Kan Mali-o. wh about a yc.n ago imrchased acres of the Cnnha place in Camro Vallrv. through the Ifmward
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