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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Hayward, California fc .A ,W4V- Join the Hayward Chamber of Commerce and Help Boost the Entire Community HAYWARD TWICE-A-WEEK REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL., TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1911-SIX PAGES No. 67 New High School is Big Investment for Hayward A great many voters do not realize what a big investment Hayward Is Retting In the location of the pro- posed high school and grounds to be located here. Eleven districts are to pay the bonds, which run for a period of 35 years. Figured into dollars und cents Haywnrd's portion will only amount to for an school Investment. Mayor Heyer has said that tiie running of express cars to Hay ward Is worth a million dollars to this community. If the car service is worth a million an up-to-date mod- ern hlgrh school is worth another for an investment of and thirty-five years to pay It in. All the eyes of the state are on Hayward and with a beautiful high school building at the entrance of the town it will be more attractive. A few sort-sighted people have seen fit to say that the land nt high In price. Just ask what Cher- rylund acreage adjoining (on th< frontage on the car line) is bringing Mr. Montgomery and he will tell you it is selling for J4000 an acre with- out sewers and water. And Mr. Montgomery's t land will be worth more as soon 'as he puts In the con- templated improvements this fall. The prices of Cherryland have in- creased 20 per cent since the tract was opened and many buyers are telling him that it is still too cheap. Look at bare land and trees that are thirty-years selling for ?5000 per acre in half acre tracts. Hayward as a place of residence is far superior to Broad- anyone will admit that fact. QUEEN VISITS Queen Gertrude, ruler of the Elm- hurst Carnival, made an official visit to Hayward Sunday. She was LADIliS CHALLENGE HAYWAitD Tu Original Ladies' Baseball Team of Salt Lake City, Utah, has sent .1 challenge to the Hayward team. Thv accompanied by six aides and ladies want seventy-five per cent of pages. The queen was much pleas- the sate receipts. As there is not ed with Hayward and community j enough ball fans in town to pi.y :i The royal party made the trip in a I pitcher, the challenge will not be Thomas-Flyer and Mayor Magnuser. This same telim of Elmhurst, chaperoned her royal i Hayward two years ago and were de- highness and party. feated. .Contractor P. H. llonre, of Hay-! Frank Xevin, a former Livermorean ward, was awarded the contract foi who is now engaged in the butcher the improvement of the Altamr.nt i Business at Nevada, rcccnth ac- jiiuired a freak in the shape of n range that weighs 2590 pounds. visors. His bid to do the work was as asrainst the bids of K. To the casual reader these figures may not convey anything out of the A. L. Stone Co., for usual but when It is considered that Ransome-Crummeo Co, for and Oxscn McDonald for realized that Mr. N'evin has a mon- j ster on his hands. He is thinking Captain J. J. Borree, commanding keeping the animal for exhibition j officer of Co. H. 5th Inftj., X. O. C., ln the llve stotk- Is now attending- the School of Mus- Panama-Pacific ketry at the United States Presidio. more Herald. _______ stationed at Monterey. Captain ree was a little late starting his If. Hansen, of Russell City, has course- owing to a mistake in his or received his new automobile. It is a ders and so he has to work over- j solid tire vehicle with a wheel base time for a while. The captain en-j of 148 inches. The car is capable joys his work immensely of going thirty-five miles an hour. Game Association Barbecue Was Another Big Event Hayward Decided on as Place for Holding Meeting Next Year- Many Local People Were Present. The fifth annual barbecue of the Alameda County Fish and Game Pro- tective Association, held at Newark Sunday, proved to be one of the largest attended and most successful yet held by the association. Covers were set for over 300 but many others continued to drop in during the whole afternoon. Thu sports of Livermore and Pleasanton came by special train while a half hundre uutos and regular trains and brought the balance. The barbecued beef und muttoi was prepared by Chef Lee Wells, o Pleasanton, and a regular committe appointed for the event. Lou Orel lin. of Ruby Hill fame, was th chief waiter. The menu was one o the most extensive ever served an Deputy Jiynes Other speakers were: Judge Harris. Judge Lumon. of .Maria County; Judge Kerrigan, of San Francisco; Senator E. K. Strobridge, Assemblyman A. A. Rogers. Super- visor Murphy, Deputy District Attor- ney Hennessey, Wm. Clark, of Liver- more; Lou Creilin, (if Pleasanton, and others. llayuuril Chosen for IlnrlieeHe At the close of the ceremonies Hayward was decided on as the place for holding the Gth annual bar- becue, although official ratification _.___._-.__-.... _ for the Gtn annual liar- V uecue. although official ratification YOU KnOW? Purchaser! of the board of direetois will have to follow the action before it can be officially announced, it uill be held in the park at the end of the cai line. Those who attended from Hay- ward and assisted in securing recog nition for Hayward were: Mayor C. W Heyer, A. L. Graham. R. Reid, James H. Gray, P. II. Hoare, Senator K. K. Strobridge, Martin Welsh. Al LaCunha, Fred Ho> t, R. H. Kennedv. Samuel Simons, F. I. Lemos, W T Knightly, Ralph Richmond, Werner Cooper, Harris Cooper, M G. Rlggs, Wm Zambresky and many about fort> in all. Following are the present officers of the association: George Beck, president; C. L. Creilin. vice-presi- dent; Earl Downing, secretory; C. E. lieck, treasurer; directors, .1. M. Mi- Glinchy, D. W. McDonald, Judge Murphy, Frank Donahue and Charles Riser. That we carry a full line of Farming Implements. Buggies. Surries, Spring Wagons. Farm Wagons, Trucks. Orchard -Im- plements. International Gas Engines, Auto Cream De- liveries, Cream Separators, Farmers Hardware Chicken, Hay Wire, Moline Goods. Come and see us. Our prices are right. ITS FLY TIM E-and high time you t Bay Counties Hardware and t Implement Co. 4 Hayward, California fprar your cattle with Fly Knocker to keep flies off. Sires milk. saves flesh, saves feed, saves shoes, saves floon. Saves trouble aod annoyance in hand' ling stock. Quarts. Sc, half gals. We. gals. Jl.OO. with our mono-back agreement on every can that ffoes out. We know it keeps Cicsoff. KAVANAGH-ROSENBERG CO. Giio us n call or phone. 515-519 Walkins St. Telephone Hayward 103. IKUNC.S The local S P. station jind out- buildings are receiving a. coat of yel- low paint this week. It is nbout ten years since the station has been painted. Miss Annie Allen, a former San Lorenzo and daughter of An- drew Allen, one of the pioneers of this section, was united in marriuse Saturday to Piersen, of Onk- land. The newly a-eds left Sunday for Canada to spend their honey- moon. llill is rapidly recov- ering from the injuries which he re- ceived last when hi- fell from a ladder. IIO.MK IX VAX IIOONKAK OKCIIAKD W. T. Yeoman, of IVrkeley. who recently purchased 5% acres in the Van llunsi-ar orchard, is havinit a pretty six room, modern Itunjcalow erected in lives which looks very that c'iminaiidinjf posi- tion, llcfore sprinjc there will be s-yeral more families hviiiK there. 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 and DELICACIES Home Made Pies and Cakes Cor. B and Main Sts. Tel. Hayward 154 j LADIES' and GENT'S Neckwear 20c to 35c Regular Values 25 and 50c On Sale Wednesday, Aug. 23d Toft Nissen, Inc. Cor. B and Castro Sts., Hayward The Store with the Window Castro Street Garage Sold On Saturday, August Illtli. the Cas- tro Street Ciarage changed hands. The former proprietor, J Tarry Kunnurd. has worked almost continually night and day for the past three years and is jroing to take a well earned vaca- tion, although ho has been offered several responsible positions. The new proprietors are all experiencei mechanics and are all well known ir Hayward. Frank Lake, the senior member of the firm, has been em- ployed at the garage for the past two years and also has held si ml positions In Sacramento. F. JMIt- chel, at present engineer .it tli pickle works, knows an engine from A to Z and has had fifteen years ex- perience in this line. I'cter Laursen, the third member ot tlte new firm, is proprietor of the li street cid and is a good machinist. .Mr L.tur- ;en will close out his bicvcle busi- ness. Albert Tychsen, of Lor- enzo, who has had thirty-five years experience in the machine business, will be employed by the new firm which will be known as the Ihn- ward Garage Company. The firm lias been offeied several agencies bul have not accepted any offers yet as the> want to handle a standard nia- -hlne that will suit the public Scv- -ral cars will also be put into the rent service. Big Prices for Choice Apricots IX) KKAMK XKW I.HW.VKK A inuotliiK "f till- Judlc'ltiry com- mittee of thr Hoard "f Trustees anil !hp Mercantile Association, hchl Kri- d.iv nitfht, (or the purpose o( devis- a new license ordinance, result- .Hl in J. JS. Welsh, secretary or the atter boily, Ijeins iiuthiu to draw .tp an ordinance ami submit it for ulopption to the cit> trustees at session The meeting held at the head- luarters of the Mereantile Associu- on, Joseph Silver presiding. Those n the board judiciary committee vere: Mayor Charles Heyer, Arthur E. Mauler and Martin Welsh, need for an adequate Tin act was thoroughly Rone into and ordi- nances passed by Richmond, Salinas. Berkeley and Kedwood C'lty were sail by Seeretary Welsh, who has made an exhaustive study of the ucstion. The aim is to draw up an or- dinance which will take the plaee of he act nullified by the reient action f. the state letfislatuie. The old rdinance was a source of eonsider- ble income to the city and the need or another instrument framed in Arthur L'leal, who a five acre piece of Afeelc orchard Tract on the Mt. Kden roitd, has just finished picking his apricots. The choice ones he packed in 30-pound boxea and shipped them dally to a San l-'rancisco commission man, a friend of his. and rei-eivi-d per ton, while the culls went to the dryer. The Meelt Orchard cots are gom.i of the finest in the of them beiny as larjre as wonder they sold at siich a. high Us- urp. Mr. says when he first c.ime to Hayw.ird, he, like many others thought that per aero seemed but has come to the conclusion that it is cheap, consider- ing- what can be taken off the land e.tch i'esules thu larjje sum that he secured for the apricots ?40U worth of peas was also harvest- ed between the trees. The peas are planted far enough from the trees no as not to injure them. SCHEDULED Miss Itiith Lowell has named the evcninif of Saturday September IGtli, says the Tribune, for her marriage with Oscar Steel, the wedding to take place at the residence of the bride's parents, Dr. Lowell and Mrs. Lowell, at Hayward. Th.it the prk i' of prunes, which has already established a new record of 5 Vi cents for this year, will BO to li cents before all the crop is In the hjnds of the packer, was the con- census of opinion at the meeting1 of the Wan Jose Market condi- tions reported as especially en- The world's crop is 000.000 pounds short, owiiuc to con- in Kr.im-e anil Servla. uch a manner that it will In utional is imperative. consti- A SNAP An K. M. I-', touriny car, IdfiO cash. 1910 model: owner HK Kast; in first class condition. Car be brought to the Iloulevar'l ce for demonstration. Kred "Wr.-de, who has been stop- ping in Alameda for the past year with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Sieben v Annie Wredej has removed to hlayward and will hereafter make his home in his residence on B and 4th street, formerly the Geo. Jonfensm iroperty His daughter. Miss Jennie Wrede. will reside with him. He for- merly lived on the Uecoto road. On Sunday morning at the Pres- church Rev. C. II. Rogers baptized the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul The young lady was named Ijorothy Maude dreeley. Mrs. Greeley is at present stopping- with her mother. Mrs. F. Claxtnn on Sixth street. Town Trustee HoflenK and School Trustee Petersen, who with their are I'amping on the banks of the McCloud in Shasta County. are having a fine time. The two nit-n have caught lots of fish and at- rt-afiv thrir eye on a couple of deer. SPECIAL SALE AUGUST 14th TO AUGUST 26th FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' SWEATERS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES EDWARD A. MASSA HAWARO CALIFORNIA Fall Goods Are Coming In Call and look them over whether you buy or not. You're always welcome. BARGAINS EVERY' DAY IN THE YEAR Silver Pereria Co. Phone HAYWARD 98 904 B Street, near Castro, Hayward, Cal.
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