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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Hayward, California HAYWARD TWICER-WEEK REVIEW TWENTY-FIRST YEAR HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1912. CYPRESS CAMP INITIATES EIGHT MEMBERS Cypress Camp, W. O. W., No. 141, of this city, initiated eight new mem- bers into the mysteries of Woodcraft Tuesday evening, the work being put on by the officers and drill team of Wedbewood Camp, of Ber- keley. The Executive Committee keley put on their work in a very commendable manner and were con- gratulated from all sides on their j Ability and novel methods. Following the initiation' Capt. Smith put on an'exhibition drill for the benefit of the Neighbors. of Alameda County were also present i Speeches were made by Neighbors at the initiation, as were twenty of [Morrison, Dr. Brink of the Alameda the members of Old Orchard Camp, County Kxecutive Committee and of San Lorenzo. After the regular meeting of the District Manager Hughes. Neigh- bor Strobridge, of Old Orchard Camp lodge a club passing contest took of San Lorenzo, made a few remarks place between the champions of the1 on Woodcraft, and told how the county, the San Lorenzo team and Arthur Manter's cyclone aggrega- tiou from Cypress Camp, the visitois winning the contest by a few At nine o'clock the initiation took place and the following eight young men of Hay ward (rode the Harry Bradford, Wesley Armstrong, August Harms, 11 Meyer, Leroy Pratt G." Yeoman. Williams, P. F. Cuiiha and boys in his camp did things. Aftei music, which was furnished by the oichestra from the Berkeley camp and Neighbor -John Ravano of Cypress Camp, all adjourned to the banquet hall where a line spread consisting of Spanish btiuiB, "hoi cake and coffee were served Taking everything into considera- tion it was one ot the most success- ful and enjoyable evening's Cypress Last Year's Christmas Donations i Made a Big Pile, as the Picture Shows. Turn Out Today anc Make the Pile Twice as Larg It Can All Be Used. TRUSTEES TRANSACT REGULAR BUSINESS The crack degree team fiom Bei-jCamp has ever enjoyed. Big Sale Closes at Jesse" H. Woods' Store Christmas Eve. On Christmas eve, next Tuesday night, the big money-raising disso- lution sale that has been going on at the Jesse H, Woods Go's store comes to a close. On the first of the year Jesse H.'Woods lays down the shovel and the hoe and the Jes- se H. Woods Company passes out of existence. The time after next night will be mostly taken up in taking stock, and then a new firm, AVoods Bros., will appear may never occur again for years. Thc'-K are still hundreds of arti- cles stock suitable for Christ- inas gifts A word to the wise is sufficient, aj.the sale positively ends on Christmas'eve. COMPLAINTS FILED AGAINST CAR CO. Two complaints affecting rates on Davis street, San Leandro, to the he street car lines between Hay- Mr. Woods also wishes the Re- ward and filed before other passengers are not charged to thank the good people of 'the Railroad Commission on Tues- Hayward and vicinity for the liberal Iday- directptl against the San Fran- patronege he has enjoyed Terminal Railways, the many years he has been in busi-1 Thp of the Hayward ness here and wishes all a Merry above the door, January 1st. and a prosperous New Mr. Woods desires the Review to J Year. state that during the next few days He also states further that he still greater reductions will be made in all lines in the store, and advises people with the cash to buy all the goods they can at the greatly re- duced prices, as such an opportunity j a greater Hay ward. has no intention of leaving Hay- waid, but will enter another line of business after taking a long rest and will continue his work to help build ifrom tlle west llne of San Leandro I to Hayward is gnen as 5 cents and the distance as six miles. The Chamber of Commerce was filed by President Angus and charges that the rates are unreasonable and ex- cessive. The fare from Broadway, Oakland, to the west limits of San Leandro is given as five cents, and jthe distance is S'A miles. The fare Christmas at the Methodist Church Christmas at the Congregational Cnurch southerly limits of Oakland, while anything. The Chamber asks that the rail- ways be compelled to accept ten cents between Uaj ward and the southerly limits of Oakland; that the company furnish monthly com- mutation tickets to passengers be- tween Hayward and Broadway, Oak- land, for per month; that the company furnish family tickets at reduced rates; and that the commis- sion grant such further relief as may be necessary. Herman G. Walker also filed a complaint says that sometimes 15 complaint charging that illegal con- cents is ocllected from the west line iditions had been inserted in the of San Leandro to Hajward and book contract issued sometimes 10 cents. for transpoitation between Pan Le- holding charged A special Christmas service will be held at the Methodist Episcopal Church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The subject of the ser- mon by the pastor. Rev. Irving E. Thompson will be "Different Kinds of Christmas Presents." The spec- ial program of music will include the following: Organ Fleurs Pi intemps........Reissiger to God in the Highest" Thompson in F..... Swift Were Shep- Organ March Uomainc The church will be especially dec- orated for the service. A cordial welcome is extended to ail to attend Ishall unite in the Xmas praise ser-'ottll and enjoy the Christmas spirit. vice at the Presbyterian church. Sunday morning ot the Congrega- tional Church the following Christ- inas music will be rendered. the Herald Angels Sing.................. Us Now go Even Unto Bethlehem" Lermnn Birthday of the King" ................Nerdlinger Miss Helen Cutting. Junior's King of Glory" the Glad Sound" ..............H. P. of Gounod From Hajward to street, ISan Leandro, the fare is given as 110 cents, and from Davis street to the west line of San Leandro five cents For this distance, says the complaint, sometimes 13 cents ib collected and sometimes 10 cents Ihe complaint states that passengers commutation an extra five books are cents from andro and Hayward. He asks that the company be directed to cease insisting upon these conditions; that it be compelled to allow the public to inspe9t its schedules of fares, etc., and that it cease charging 15 cents as the fare between Hayward and San Leandro Walker asserts that 10 cents is the legal rate between San Leandio and Hayward. Day of Song at Presbyterian Church Mr. Charles Sorensen Dr. William will tell the Juniors a Xmas story, and the pastor Mr Naylor. will give a brief Xmas nit-s- sage. Ne evening service as we church will hold its Chrisitmas Sunday will be a day of joy and happmosi if mimic can play its pait. The >oung people have taken a great inu-re'sl in the alfnir and piomis.: to in.ike it a Xmas long to be rpnienil.cr.-d In the but In the ;i Union ser- the Presbyterian PURE MAPLE SYRUP PURE MAPLE SUGAR Direct from the Case the Miss Mai inn Hom-rs Choir "Joy to World" Soprano Solo "Staj of Hcthie- We have also received a shipment of FANCY ORANGES Everything Else for ihe Holidays H. W. HOLMES Cor. B and Main Sts. Tel. Hayward 154 evening there vice of sons Churrh. MORNING PROGRAM. Orpin Prelude Andante In bll Mrs Wiley and Male Quartette. EVENING PROGRAM. Organ from Senate Pathetique. ..Beethoven Anthem. to the World" Mrs I. Bowc'ismilb. Baiitone Solo Mr Chas. Sorensen. was The Doard of Trustees met in regular semi-monthly session Wed nesday evening. AH tlie members of the Board were present, Mayor Heyer presid ing. Trustee Armstrong reported that the long overdue license ordinance Is now in the hands of the Town At- torney and will be ready by the next meeting. Trustee Simons said that com- plaints had been made to him about the condition of Fifth street, be- ween R and C. The matter to Marshal Schilling. Mrs. Dlackwood was ordered to >ut down a sidewalk on C street hetween First and Second. The own attorney will notify her. A communication was received rom Elmer Patterson, saying he vill furnish the Board of Health certain data about the sewers over vhich he was inspector at one time 01 the sum of Some of the members thought it looked like a holdup game and decided to make urther investigation before order- ng the data from Patterson. John P. Mnchado asked for grade takes so he can put down sidewalk n front of his property on lower D treet, near the W. P. right of way. deferred to Town Engineer to find ut if a grade has been established n said street. The ordinance was read changing! lie name of Webster street to C! J. E. Welsh atked for ttd WM granted a board croM walfc 9t C street. Town Attorney strueted to prepare Intention ordering the paviaf the upper portion, streets, paved under contract plan. Mayor Heyer told the live of the San Lorenio pany who was present, company does not roll and pit tt order the upper portion ot B (treat that H recently tore up to lutaU pipes that It aa4 charge it up to the water compaay." A building permit was granted te J. r. Olivelra to put a new frost n hL salqpn property on B street., provided It met with that approval. jf the new flre marshal. HAYWARUS BANK OF SAVINGS Annual Meeting The regular annual meeting he stockholders of the Bank of Savings will be held at the iffice of the Bank of Hayjrarda i anuary 14th, 1913, at 11 nt. for he purpose of electing and he transaction of any ess that may properly come before ho meeting. J. E. FARNUM, Secretary. f HANK OP HAYWARDK Annual Meeting. K' The regular annual meetfcf of treet, of which it was a portion. ,'the stockholders of the Bank ofiiftr- Plans and specifications were read wards will be held at Ita offiMI on nd adopted for the paving of Si-, January llth, 1913, at 11 ion street. Oil macadam will be for the purpose bf electing- sed as it is too steep for asphalt. :and the transaction of any The resolution was passed calling business that may properly or- a bond election to get funds to before the meeting. fc." uild a new fire house, purchase an j J. E. PARNUM, Cashleri dditional piece of land and insVlll n electric telegraph fire alarm BANK OP Mayor Heyer said that he hoped include a town hall in the call IHvidenil Notice. The regular semi-annual Di video on deposits has been decb or bonds. The mayor says at the rate of 4 per cent per aa-j eing as it is not legal to put thelnum, payable on and after Jan mm, I A own hall on the plaza, the Pann 2.1913. roperty of 100 feet can be bought! or He was in favor of of-' ring but thought the price f J7000 too high, based for If it can be pur- he and Trustee Angd's Anthem. Choir Soprana Mrs. Soren Nil'! Ichem. Alto and tenor duel. o. Pratt :md Mi J. Giaj. [Tenor i Mr. Walter ICllis Soprano Miss lni'7 of Mien. ofleng will take half of it and the balance. The SO feet of ic Pann. lot added to the jail lot r 50 feet he thought would make a ood site. Dr. Browning, representing the ocial Service, made an eloquent lea in favor of submitting the town all and fire house bonding propos1- ons at the same time. Mr. Gilbert representing the orthwest Press Association, was in- roduced and submitted an adver- sing scheme to run through the period of the World's Fair, three >ears The plan is to charge a page for the writeup, and the trus- tees voted to take two pages, the matter to be prepared by the local Chamber of Commerce. San I-ean- dro also agreed to take two pages. Half of the money is to be paid in February and the balance one year from that date. J. E. FARNUM, Cashier. IIAVU'AKDS BANK OF Stockholders DhrldemL The regular semi-annual Dividend to stockholders has been declared at the rate of 12.50 per share payable on and after January 2. 1913. J. E. FARNim, Cashier. f ISA.VK OF HAYWARD8. Stockholders DivldMMl. 1 The regular semi-annual j to Stockholders has been declared at the rate of 13.00 per share, payable on and after January 2, 1913. -1 J. E. FARNUM. Cashier. A typographical error In issue made the season rainfall read to date. It should inches. SAf E DEPOSIT BOXES For rent at very low raw: at SANK OF A Mfe M4 i lent place to keep year papers. Miss Inoz A 1 OfTorlory HaUolujah rhorus from "Messiah" llando! Antliom "It 1ho Nid- ri'.jihl Clear" Mr. and Mis. I: IVtersen. of San Francisco. ii.r.e leased HIP 1" lining (il.ico of m Castro Vnlioj. oul u> the plaoo on Tuesday. .Mr. PctTsen will dy his hand al raiMnc pnultiy. The j (lease uac through Hi" Haj- Compatij REWARD For the return of SMALL BRINDLE AND WHITE BOSTON BULL DOG. Limps in hind log. Lost about November 2nd. Return .to J. J. WHITE Adjoining Castro Valley School house on Redwood road and receive S1O.OO. IN ORDERING GROCERIES Ring Up Hayward 98 Send a Note or Have Us Call on You for WE SEIA THE HEST VOR THE MOJfET AXP ca'ARAXTKE EVERY ARTICLE Rf THE AMI WILL, EXCHANGE OR GIVE Yorn MONEY HACK FOR AXY ARTICLE: NOT SAT- ISFACTORY. ALL WE ASK IS OIVK TS A FAIR TRIAL AJTB WK WII.I, TRY IH> YOU SOME GOOD. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS KEPT FRESH Silver Pereria Co. Pfcom HAYWARD 904 B Street, new1 Castro, Haywari, t3
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