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   Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Hayward, California                               1 r, DBOBMBIR mi. TwIce-A-Week Review Ctty Mltor Tussaar and Friday at li( strtst. Hayward.t Carf- Harvard Sslneripstan lUtn Haus on Application t i 11.00 l.fO as second-class matter July t, at tlu pottorflcs at California, under the Aet of-March I, Vtllc Vista School Exercises Tonight A flne Christmas entertainment will Eton at the Valla Vista school house on the Mountain road 'tonight by the pupils of the school .Under the able direction of Miss Noma Venus the young folks will s. program that is the result of many weeks practice In honor ,of occasion the large room has decorated with pine and Christmas berries and .blackboards contain many fine drawings, the work of both teacher and scholars. So that the program will Mt last too late In the evening it Will commence sharply at 7 30 o'clock, and all parents residing In the .Valla Vista district aie most invited, following is the elaboipte program to be rendered of of the Cool "Christmas Teler Pacheo. Evergreen Guls. Unexpected Outbieak" of Characters "Mother Goose, Irma Sllva: "Santa Mike. Tosta; "Boy Clarence Johnson; "Simple Ernest Sorensen; "Han In the Man- uel and a chorus of fifteen children by two Small Boys Musical Surprised of characters John Grumble, Willie Heselmeyei, kfla Krtngle, Harry Sorensen, As- stitants and Children, Francis Pa- eheo; Florence Williams, Lorraine i Thomas; Irma Davilla, Joe Francis, Clarence Johnson, Tony Williams, tt .fernery Johnson. -4 Stocking Boys "Christmas Gifts J for AH Nations charac 7 Christmas, George Sil- va; Aurora Boreallis, Frances Pac- heo; Starlight and Sleighbells, Vic- tor Eacheo and G Silva Foreign- Girl, Florence Williams, Japanese, Minnie Francis, Chinese, Ernest Sorensen; Swiss, August Lund; Scotch. Claire Thomas; Ger- man, Isabelle Francis, India Girl, Frank Piexotto; Dutch Girl, Julia Silva; English, Emery Silva and Frank Sllva; Spanish, Lorraine Tho- mas; French, Agattia Piexotto Norma Venus the" Christmas Spirit the School San Lorenzo School 11 IP i Closing Exercises Mt. Eden School Christmas Exercises The scholars of the Mt Eden gram last night In the Wigwam the lit. Eden under the direction of Miss L Cullen and Miss J Hen- Shilwood, the two popular teachers of the school. The large hall was prettily decorated with crepe papei pepper branches, the color scheme being green and red. The able manner In which the >oung folks performed showed fiat the} bad been well coached by the teach- era, who were complimented by the parents of the district. The Chrlstaias vacation will last thrpe weeks, school reopening on the nth of January. Following Is the program that1 Much was so well staged last evening j in the Merry Christ- Baa School. i Recitation By Militant Oliver. j Scholars Christmas will be celebrated In royal style by the pupils of the San Lorenzo Grammar school on Friday afternoon at the school auditorium. Principal ElUcamp, assisted by Miss Alvina Olsen and Misi Applegarth, have arranged a flne program. A Christmas tree will be a feature of the afternoon, on which will be hung Christmas candy for the children. All of tbe parents of the district are most cordially invited to be present at the exercises, as they will be some thing worth while Following is the program- Cairol Brothers Four rades Hanging up Itaby'g Rosaline Peri} Song -Wheie the Christ Child Was Born "Some One is Coming First Grade "The Christinas Deed "Grandpas Dancing Grade Girls A Chr dtmas Grade A Christmas Grade ond Grade Christmas Grade Grade Boys "If You are Sten- zel and Ruth "Waiting for Grade Giils Christmas Grade Christmas Grade Girls Christmas Grade Fancy Grade The Trustees hate set aside for the purchasing of palm trees foi the front garden and hallway An electric bell system has Just been installed so that all the rooms will be connected with the office of the principal rnr RUSSIAN COPPER WORKS At the Cnd of the Hayward Car Line, before you .think of leaving town in search of Christmas Gifts Buy direct from the factoiy. My prices are right SPECIAL SALE ON LAMPS Within the Reach of All NILCS BOULEVARD Book Your Orders NOW t WITH THE T HAYWARD HATCHERY f For Day Old Chicks i CAPACITY JU Box 688 Hayward, California 1 WISDOM SANCTIONS The jiavineiit of all b) iliwk, hcrniiHe It from If juii hair not Iteen lining ihlN enVlenf, modern it IIOH Ntai'tltig ctietkliig account with the BANK OF HAVWAKIW. Bank of Haywards HAYWARD, CAL. ICuiillnl paid J .Surplus anil profits I orncERSt II n PAKSONS, Prrsldent J E Cashier C W1NTOV. Vlca 1'rcg w T KNIGHTLY, Awt Cashier.) U. S. DEPOSITARY. POSTAL HANK NO. 1164. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT HENRY ALTER LEROY PRATT Phone 148-R 1021 C Street, Hay ward 1 UNDERTAKERS LICENSED EMBALMERS Lady Assistant Private Chapel Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night Commencing Sundav DECEMBER 22D i Fred M. Starr i CO. HAYWARD, CAL. 912 B Street Girls Enjoy Tramp To Honcharenko's Last Saturday a number of High School girls tramped to Father Aga- pius Honcharenko's, in the h'lls to the southeast of Hayward, and spent a most enjoyable day with the kind old his wife The young ladies were shown the shrine of the priest and other lellcs, which he has kept for }ears Among them Is his "scrap book" in which are newspap- er dippings, teiilng of hi, Attraction Extraoidmaiy THK FME ftKEKNS Whlilvund Musical Comedj Stais in J! the Harmon} Success of the season Special Added Atti action THK FOIK SISTKIIS Anipnca's Queens of Song Dancpis of International Itepute THKKK KLIJOTT HHOIHKIES Aciobats Dp In The Sttcet 1 akn I'KANK KOIM.KK-, C'oloied Ventriloquist I'ANTAdKSCOIM. Latest Animated OIM IIKVI I! 11 K Direstoi Mat Daih at 2 30 Nights at 7 15 and 9 15 Sundays 1 30 and S PRICES and logos and liohUaj0 Mils 30 Nights at G ;u 8 lOc, 20c and resened for Matt Boxes Electric Contractor: House Wiring Gas Supplies Electric Fixtures Automobile for Hire. Christmas Gifts That Increase Inhkp most a Bunk IK aunt K something that i IK teases in Xalue fioin ji-ui to jeai. Start accounts for jmn hil.lien HUM the H OP 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on all Deposits. Small Home Safes loaned to Depositors. Haywards Bank Of Savings paid up Surplus and profits Oigamzecl 1906 OrFICERS: H IMHbtnS PiPsidnnl J K Cashier IF. C WIMO.N, 1'iesident. '1 KMtilirLY, Ass't Cashier. BATTLE CREEK DOCTOR COMING I" Smress of thiv eil I'lnsu tan in the Ticntinrnt of rhionfr Oflc-is Hi-, SOMICIS. i I'KhK 10 THK MCK The Battle Creek Specialist li- censed b} the St ito foi the c ui o of First Night Show Price jtic and Mis Pantages will entert.un the ihildren IIURP Christinas and .ill venous and itfonip Pise ISPS of and Childien offers to all who call on the d.iv date and dunn? the hours gnen below, con-' Everything For the Holidays such Mince Meat, Raisins, Cider, Currants, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, Assorted Nuts, Cranberries. MEYER BROS. The Quality Grocers of Hayward B and Main Sts., Hayward. Phone Hayward 97 i P r Tree and Presents for all fliiist.ii.i, ooinplple a cure i orning at 11 _ nirfde ences, and the Interesting story of his life After lunch, which was eaten under the trees surrounding the house, the girts departed, wish-i YOl'R STOMACH TKOl ing the old gentleman and his nervous deranppinents arp a Merrj Christmas those in the part) were the Mis-its Esther King. Veola Wal- medical spnirps Miltation, examination. and rcquncdto   be perfpct Let me prove it to through my former patients, also k citv and m.iv Know Hip unpiovcd Battle Crock of Tipntnirnl MI nurses oUior known methods for the Mire and speedv cnrp of just (I'lni'cM -ls never thor- loughlv understood or jtKated. thp faimlv plnsician j Tliiv HIM tor is considered one of as leading Stomach and lohnson. Ruth Johnson and Allen Kthel TO CKKIUTOliN reports OR. ADOLF TSCHUMI, 0. D. 1CIIUO fttll KIABE nette Park. Ilelrn Ranudeli Marj ST.. SAN FRANCISCO and .in fffxrt in '---------------------------i he treitmcnt of all dispasps of the Liver. Kulnpvs Hpart. l.ungs _________land Khpumatlsin. Dia iK-tfs Drops.v lipd-nottinc Cliildrcn. Kslatp of I in IP, so Uo.l iKits and all const itutiona! rlgues. also knonn as Viitcimo I.iw Tnd mtprnal diseases reuard rencp and as no ii- of name or nature ceased M.un Ciirrs of Notice is hprpln pivpi liv 5n Gall Stonps. and Jules dersignod of the laM without the use of thp knifp in a THK DOCTOR'S to Rowel onlrm Our Seeds are Best Just Received a Fresh Stock of Seeds for Field and Garden Prices that will astonish you GORRIE YEOMAN EGGERT HUUHNG MAIN STREET. Near B, HAYWARD PKone Hayward 81 A doctor's flrst question when con- sulted by a patient Is. "are your bow- els regular'" He knows that nine- and testament ana of thp pstatp nf Mnclp insfame Antonio I-anrenso positivph cured hj a as Antonio and sxslem that npvpr fails I IRRIGATED FARMS per cent of illness Is 1-awrencp to Trratnicnt for Scholars .UTIKIII ui IIIUCBV j ,n H ii-wiaiit-m Klnc Cole Pnma tended with Inactive bowels and and all persons haunc Catarrh and lonns; ning nma- claims ajrainst thp said rtwea-rd to Matter has failed to 17 Class l'lld and that this condition [exhibit them ,lth heln ronit. i Candles I must be removed gently and thor- vouchers within four (4) months north iciir nhil" to eonie hundreds Ole Man's Hit 'oushlv before health can be restored after thp first piibhr.-tion of (his of miles to SPCHIP this onp __Kioto, gnreria I Orderlies are a osltlte. n1 rather than sub Little for jiaw. Bank of Class. (pation and bowel disorders In gen- j Hayward, California which s-iid of Iftdlaa Bojs. Poor era! We are so certain of their flee the undersigned selects as her Uefore another tear has passed great remedial rslue that prom- place of business in ail matters con "irto histon. the doctor -wants to .idd LANDS THAT PRODUCE WEALTH Get in on the ground floor. Over 2COO acrps soid to actual settlers in three mcnths in FAIRMEAD COLONIES Town lots now on sale. Prices to advance seen, Co-Operative Land and Trust Company Alvin Egbert, District 531 Castro St. sa4 Clarence tto IT Claw. Costa ChrMmasComec CMtclsnd aad Arthur Ise to retutTi the purchaser's none) ncctpd with Mid estate of n thousand more natnps to his list of In every case when they fall to pio- Ixmrrnw Kndrigups also known as  oi r pasp is enrabJe he wijl treat they act quietly and hare a. FRANTlSrV 1. >oi jf innirihl- xill cive joii soothing, strenghtening. healing In- Rxrcutrix of thp last and TPSJSI iirh advfte as prolong ronr flumce on the entire tract, i They do not grtpe or cause SMS; Bolto Class nausea, flatulence, eacesclre toose- {ness, diamea or other annoying ef- ifect The; are especially (odd for Roy children, weak persons or old Two sites, 2Se and SoM oaly F I menl and of the Estate of Mit.inio life Ijoarpnso Rodngrucs alMi ladies must come with as Antonio Lawrence and their husbands as this FRFE OF- Ijwrence. deceased FKR is made Rl'T OXCK to each Dated, Oakland. December This reliable Specialist bp at LEV OS. Attorney for Ktec- 11 W HOTKU Hajward Cal 'streets. ResaU Store. Rot-'utrii, Bank of Bldp Hav-jjust this 11 Cm CMM aa4 B.ward, Cal im until 5pm. FHHMV. DKTKM. I Date of flrst publication Dec 20 BKR ft, Ret.rning Haywards Hotel and HAYWARDS APARTMENTS American and European plan. Fine accommoda- tions. splendid climate, winter and summer. A specific for breathing and nervous troubles. Reasonable Wanted   

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