. . â€ž J jiolera. President; Alphcus
" ; Otto von Ocldern, 2nd Vice-
President; J. O'B. Ounn, Corresponding Secretary;
J. W. Hobson, Recording Secretary ; L. H. Foote.
Treasurer; Loula Falkeuau, Librarian; Leverett M.
Loomis, DIrectorof Museum. The regular meetings
of the Academy are held on the Orst and third Mon-
day evenings of tbe month. Museum open from 10
A. M. to 4 p. M. dally, except Sundays and holidays.
Free to the public.
California Association of Civil Engineers.
191 Crocker Building. E. J. Molera, President; V
T, Newberry, Secretary.
California Historic Oenralooioal Society.
Meetings held quarterly on the Brsl Saturday In Jan-
uary, April. July and October of each year, Heriii
Folger, President, " _ ^ ^ . .
First Vice Preside
6an Francisco; O.
Gives Estimates on House Paint-
ing:, Tinting and Paper Hanging
U94 ELLIS ST.
Tel. steiner 3671
130? WEBSTER ST
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Lllerirj, Scientific, Etc. CROCKER-LANQLEY DIRECTORY.
Secretary; Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. Librarian, San
Califoknia Phahmaceutical Society. G. E.
Bacon, President; John Calvert. Secretary, 344 Four-
California Society of Public Accountants.
A. G. Piatt. President; Norman McLaren. Vice-Pres-
ident; Lester Herrlck, Secretary and Treasurer.
Office. 834 Merchants Exchange.
California State Bar Association. R. E.
Ragland, President; I. E. Jarrett, Secretary, Chron-
:.uran Pease, Oakland, Corresponding Secrertary.
California State HoM(EOPATalc Medical So-
â– 1 May,
I Barbara. S. S Sale
g, M. D.. Sec-
retary. Spring Valley Bldg.
California State Mining Bureau. Union Depot
and Ferry Building. Organized under Act of Legis-
lature approved April 16, 1880. The museum con-
tains many rare and Interesting minerals and mine
models. The library connected with the museum
Is on the same floor. Open dally free to the public
from 9 A. H. to 5 p. M.. except Sundays and holi-
days. Trustees meet on Tuesday preceding the 10th
of every month. Lewis E. Aubury. State Mlneralo-
J. M. Cllne, Curator and Secretary of the
es; Charles S. Scott, Librarian.
Meetings held on the first
month ut 3 o'clock p. M., Ii
Geographical Society of Californ
nd third Mondays of each
parlor ' "â–
Pioneer Hall, 5
geographical knowledge, and the dissemination of It
for the benefit of commerce, navigation and society
generally. Samuel W. Holladay, President; P. Mac
Geographical Society of the Pacific. 419
California street, office 23. Prof Georee Davidson,
President; John Partridge, Secretary; E J. Molera,
Foreign Corresponding Secretary; Harry Durbrow,
International Brotherhood League. Head-
quarters. Brotherhood Hall, 310 OFarrell street. J.
H. Fussell. President.
LiGUE N itionaleFeancaise. Meets third Mon-
day of each month at Spring Valley Building, cor.
Geary and Stockton streets. A. Goustlaux, Presi-
dent; Miss M. GIvaudan. Librarian and Secretary.
The library belonging to the society contains about
twenty-lJve thousand volumes. Open dally from 12m.
31 Post street. The society has
tiflc works, and a reading room well supplied with
the leading scientific and literary periodicals of the
day. Any person may become a member, being ac-
ceptable to the Board of Trustees, by paying an
iltlatlon fee of :
vance. The Institute also
Pavilion. In which, under th
stltute, the annual Industrial Expositions are held.
R. J. Taussig. President; Lewis R. Mead, Vlce-
1..W quarterly dues,
Librarian; Joseph I
Nai-y League of the U. S. (S. F. Section No.
15). meets at Chamber of Commerce. In Merchants
Exchange Building, on 2d Wednesday of every
second month beginning with February. Edward
Mills Adams. Chairman of Section, Geo. C. Sargent,
Secretary and Treasurer, ISO Montgomery.
Medical Society of the State of Califob-
NiA. Meets annually on the third Tuesday of April.
Frank L. Adams. Oakland. President; Philip Mills
Jones, Secretary; Room 1 Y. M C. A. Bldg.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Society. See Auto-
Pacific Coast Forest. Fish and Game Associ-
ation. 37 Phelan Building. Wllllan
son. President; James D. Phelan, 1
Ignatz Stelnhart, Treasurer; W. de
PuTLHiSTORlAN DEBATING SOCIETY. ThIs Organi-
zation has been In existence since October. 18fi3. Its
object Is the cultivation of oratory and literature
1 Greer Harrl-
Monday evening at
street. The otticers
Idem; J. W. Beretta,
Secretary; E. O. Met
" I Fras
Midieil and Dental Colleges.
D. J. Mahony, Pres
e-rresldent; D. T. Murphy
Dr. H. R. Arndt, President; Dr. Edith Wells, Seer
tary; Dr. Laura B. Hurd. Treasurer. Meetings he
second Friday of each month.
San Francisco County Medical Society. Mcetl
In Y. M. C. A. Building second Tuesday of each
month at 8;30 p. m. Emmet Rlxford, M. D., PresI
dent; H. E. Alderson M. D., Secretary.
San Fbancisco County Society of Physi-
cians and Surgeons. A. J. Atkins. M. D., Presl
dent. Will Ballev. M. D.. Secretary. Meetings held
at 502 Parrott Building, first and third Wednesday ol
Room 16, third floor, Mill-
Society of Californi
Rooms, Pioneer Building.
the Society are to collect and preserve Information
connected with the early settlement and subsequent
conquest of the country, and to perpetuate the
ory of those whose sagacity, energy and enterprise
Induced them to settle In the wilderness t
the founders of a new State, and also th
scendants of members. All who were In California
prior to the first day of January, 1850, are eligible
^ rendered distinguished
the Society or State i
: Monday of (
admitted as honorary me
of the Society take pla
month. Annual election of officers on the 7th ol
July, the anniversary of the conquest of California
' -' -^ -. -^ American flag on Its soil.
! 9th of September, the an-
" California Into the
Union. The Society Is possessed of a library, an ex-
cellent cabinet of minerals, relics of early times and
various other objects of Interest. Officersâ€” John
M. Burnett. President; A. B. McCreery, San Francis-
co; Robert Thompson, San Francisco; WIlllHra H.
Knight. Oakland; John Q. Packard, Marvsvllle. T.
EUard Beans. San Jose, Vice-Presidents; F. W. Tal-
lant. Treasurer: John I. Spear, Secretary; William
Duncan. Marshal, Directorsâ€” Henry
R. Cotton, Silas M. Colll_,. .
Henry L. Byrne. E. T. Kruse, Frank J
Harry T. GIbbs, Robert A. Dean.
State Hoard of Pharmacy of Califoeni_
Office 344 Fourteenth street. Members: J.J Crowly,
" " J. Finger, John Calvert, E.J. Molony,
C. H. Rowle\
Technical Society of the Paci
Meets In Mechanics' Library Building, 31
flrst Friday of each month. George
President; Otto von Geldem. Secretary.
HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS
Street, TeL South 163.
Valencia streets. Winslow Anderson.
Ident: D. A. Hodghead, M. D.. Dean, 1025 Sutter
street: A. E. Osborne. Secretary.
Cooper Medical College. Northeast cor
Sacramento and Webster streets. Founded Ir
as the Medical Department of the University <
Pacific. Endowed and named Cooper Medica
io^e In 1882 by the late Professor L. C. Lane. Henry
Gibbons. Jr.. M. D.. Dean. 930 Polk stree
MEDICAL AND DENTAL
California College of Osteopathy. Dr. Isai
Burke, Secretary: 1368 Geary street.
California College of Pharmacy. Parnassus
avenue. Affiliated with the University of California
June 18, 1373. G. E. Bacon, Ph. G.. President: V
Searby. Ph. C, Secretary and Dean, 400 Sutter st
California Medical Collboe. The. 146fi Fol-
between Tenth and Elevehth streets. Daniel
rl. D.. President and Dean. Donohoe Bu
' Market and Taylor streets.
: of Physicians and Surgeons of S
Â». Fourteenth street, between Mission and
Ihe international Mercantiie & Trust Co.
Collections made tliroughout the United States
SS?f2Â« 316 >HD 318 URKU STBEET
Itdiu) aid DtnUI Colltgn. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.
COLLKOE OF PBYSICIAN8
iAKClsco. ThoB. Morffew,
). D. S., President; Chas. Boxlon. D. D. S.. Dean,
''ourteentb street, between Mission and Valencia
Dbmtal Dkpabtmknt of thÂ» Uwivebsitt of
ULtFOKNiA. ABlllated Colleges Building, Parnassus
T; Inflrinary, Dooahoe Bldg.. Market and Taylor
treets. Harry P. Carlton. D. D. S., Dean,
Depabtment of PuAXHAcr College of Pht-
HCIAX8 AND Surgeons of San Fbascisoo. Wlns-
ow Anderson. M. D.. President; J. H. Flint, D.
*barni.. Dean, Fourteenth street, between Mission
aHNlilANN Medical Collxoe of the
iFic. (Honneopathlc). S. W. cor of Sacramento
j>d Maple street!
Jr. J â€” -
L DXPABTHENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
California. A. A. D'Ancona. M. D., Dean. Office.
California street. The lectures are given at the
ifllllated Colleges, Parnassus avenue.
SaS Feahcisco Clinical Society. Meets third
Wednesday of each month at 8:30 p. M. at 528 Sutter
treet. W. F. Southard. M.Dâ€ž President; Francis
^'Illlams. M. D.. Secretary, 1781 Halght street.
San Fbancisco Polyclinic Post GBAOnATE
Medical Department of thr Unitxrsity of
Ulifobnia. 4.10 Ellis street. A school of clinical
nsdlclne for graduates of colleges of regular medl-
ilne. President, J. Wilson Shiels, M. D.: Secretary
tfarlln Regensburger, M. D: Treasurer, Louis Bazct.
for the present Issue of the Dl-
nation Is oi
Veterans" National Gcard of California.
)rganUed May 16, l8tÂ«. Objecuâ€” To promote social
â– eunlon and good fellowship; to assist Its members
n all Just claims for the rights and benefits con-
erred upon them by the laws of the State of Call-
omla, and to adv
â– iatlonal Guard of the State
nemberablp. Meets on the third Wednesds.
' "^ " . .- .. . * Headquarters, cor. Page
; Interests of
1 Gougb streets.
nmander; Col. C. Mason Kline. Vice-Commander;
W. Rsdebold, Adjutant: Capt. John E. Klein,
These Military organizations are Independent of
le National Guard of California, and for the most
â– " â– " " oevolent association.
LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CADETS.
(Dismounted Artillery). Eitab-
Band. Field Music and Hospital Corps). Mc
iblp Is confined to those who are members of the
>aKue of the Cross. James E. Power, Colonel,
leglmental hcadquartera, 108 Grove street.
:,. C. C Band. Meets every Wednesday evening.
Llenl. E. O. Williams. Leader.
nÂ»LD Uvnc Band. Meets every Monday evening
at 108 Grove street; Bcrgeanl Buckley, Chief
ITAL CoRF. Meeta every Thursday evening at
llM Grove street. Major Joseph G. Morrlssey,
Jto. Bâ€” St. Charles' Parish. Meets every Tuesday
' evening. Mark McCann. Captain.
' U>. Câ€” St. Patricks parish. Meets every Tuesdi
, evening. Peter J. Oallaither. Capuln.
f 3o. D-Sacred Heart parish. Meets every Tuesday
; evening. James McCormlck. Captain.
f 5o. Eâ€” Holy Redeemer parish Meets every M.jnday
' evening. William Shei â–
Co. Hâ€” St. Brendan's parish. Me
evening. John F. Daly, Captain.
Co. Iâ€” St. Peters parish. Meets every Monday even-
Co. Kâ€” St. Ptoul's parish. Meets every Monday even-
ing. Thos. C. Johnston, Captain,
Co. Lâ€” Mission Dolores parish. Meets every Friday
evening. F. J. Griinley. Captain.
Co. Mâ€” St. Anthony's. Oakland. Meets every Mon-
day evening. Frank Smith. Captain.
Co. Nâ€” St. Francis' pariah. Oakland. Meets every
Tuesday evening. H. J. Leonard, Captain.
Co. Oâ€” St. John the Evangelise parish. Meets every
Tuesday evening. Thomas O'Day. Captain.
Co. Râ€” San Mateo. George Rapp. Captain,
Co. Sâ€” Ocean View. Meets every Monday evening.
Richard Eyilsh, Captain.
Co. Tâ€” Menio Park. Meets every Tuesday evening.
John Morey, Captain.
SioNAL Corps. St. Dominic's Parish. S. Plercy,
Lafayette Gcabd. Armory, 730 Montgomery street.
San Fbanoisco Scbcetzbn Vebein. Armory, 323
HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS
946 Mission Street, Tel. South 163.
Captain; Wm. H. Randall. 1st Pilot: Charles Saun-
ders, 2d Pilot; K. N. Plppcy, Secretary and Busi-
ness Manager; John Leale, Richard Brady, Nelson
Provost, Trustees. Office and reading room. Ferry
30LURN Gate Harbor No. 40. Meets at 44 East
street. Captain J. T. Petzlnger, Captain; Captain J.
T.Jones, Captain's Clerk: Captain Daniel James, ist
Pilot; Captain Charles Love, it] Pilot; Captain P. N.
Stofen. Captain C. H. Blaker. Captain Frank Murphy.
Barhkrs' Protective Union. Meets first and
third Thursdays In each month at Harmony Hall.
320 Post street.
Bookbinders' Local Union No. 81, Interna-
tional Brotherhood of Bookbinokrs. Meeta
first and third Friday evenings of each month at 12^
O'Farrell street. William C. Booth, President;
Adolph PauU, Recording Secretary, 211) Bush slreel
Bottlers' and MANOFACTURKRa' Pbotectivk
Association of California. John G. Rapp. Presi-
dent; O. H. T. Jackson. Vice-President; Ira L.
Vance. Secretory, 518 Gougb street.
Bbkwers' Protective Association. Meets at
room 40. Flood Building, every Thursday at 2 p.m.
Hy. M. Wreden, President; R. Mobr. Secretary.
Builders' Association of California. The.
318 Bush street. Rooms open dally from 8 a. m. to
5 p.m.; Exchange hours from 12 M. to 2 P. M. dally.
F. M. Qiialman. President; W. A. Newsom. Secretary .
California State Retail Dbuooists' Associ-
ation. John Calvert, President. San Francisco;
Richard E. White, Secretary. 499 Gougb street. San
Fbanklin Spab and Bau Vebein. Meeting room,
8 O'Farrell street, up stairs. F. Ludemann, Presi-
dent; William Hatje, 515 Market atreet. Secretary.
International AaeociATiOH of Machinists.
San Francisco Loilge. No. 68. Meets every Wednes-
day evening at 1159 Mission street. H M. Burnet.
Recording Secretary. 11.59 Mission street; C. W.
Meyer, Financial Secretary, 1159 Mission street:
Wm. It. Bagerty. Agent, 1159 Mission street.
Francis o. Meeta first Friday of each month at
N p. M.at 106 Jessie street. M. F. Gale. President;
Joseph J. Phillips, Secretary; J. J, O'Connor, Treas-
i' Mutual Protective Union of Sah
Local No. 6, Amerion Federation
Musicians. .Meets Kci-ond Thursday of each
nth at 1:30 F. M. Boar-l of Dlrectora meets ever>
J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY
E. MARTIN & CO.
54-66 rirst St-
CROCKER-LA^GLEY DIRECTORY. PubUo School: of SÂ«n Francisco.
O 3 <UI i
I" If I
Meets second and
>. M. .1. P. Martin,
'resident; A. L. Quaresma, Recording Secretary.
Retail Fecit De-ilebs' Associatiok. J. L.
'onto. Secretary. 512 Valencia street.
Retail Geocees" Peotective Uniox. Meets
econd and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 214
California street. Hermann Methman, President;
1 K.Taylor, Secretary.
Feancisco Dental Associ.vtios. Meets
second Monday of each month at Utopia Hall, 223
Sutter street. G. E. Daniels, President; H. A.
Fredrick, Recording Secretary; P. M Wulllemln,
Corresponding Secretary, 121 Geary street.
San Feancisco Planing Mill Ownees' Asso-
ciation. Room 43, Parrott Building. Meets every
Wednesday. Andrew Wllkle, President; A. C. Brcd-
1st Vice-President; Julius Gabriel, 2d Vice-President;
Robert W. Neal, Secretary; C. A. Mnrdock. Treas-
urer. Executive Committeeâ€” H. S. Crocker Co., .los.
Torres, Hicks- Judd Co., C. A. Mnrdock & Co., Sunset
Press, Geo. Spauldlng Co., Upton Bros. & Dalzelle,
L. Levlngston, Levlson Printing Co., Payot, Upham
Soda Watee Mancfactueing Association.
Wm. , J. Goetze, President; Ira L. Vance, Secretary,
518 Gough street.
State Association of Master Plumbees or
California. Frank A. Jay, President: John L. E.
Flrmln, Corresponding Secretary ; 1170 Market street.
Teavelees' Protective Association of Amee-
ica. George W. Geauque, President, Hotel Lang-
ham; Jno. Jay Baumgartner, Secretary-Treasurer,
room 32. 4 Sutter street.
Travelers' Peotective Association, -Post A,
Rooms 31-32, 4 Sutter street.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND
Alms House, off Corbett ave., near Laguna Honda.
City Hall, S E cor McAllister and Larkln.
County Hospital, Potrero avenue near Twenty-second.
County Jail, Broadway between Kearny and Dupont.
Branch Jail, W s San Jose Av., near Ocean Av.
Custom House, N W cor Washington and Battery.
Hall of Justice, S E cor Washington and Kearny,
Hall of Records, City Hall.
Post Office, >f W cor Washington and Battery (new
Banding N E cor 7th and Mission.
United States Appraisers' Building. Sansomebetween
Washington and Jackson.
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation.
United States Mint, N W cor Mission and Fifth,
United States Treasury, 608-610 Commercial.
Academy. 927 Mission.
Alcazar, 120 O'Farrell.
Ancient Order Foresters, 102 O'Farrell,
Apollo, 810 Pacific.
Assembly, 1412 Polk.
independent Order of Bed Men, 510 Bush.
Knights of the Red Branch. 1133 Mission.
Lafayette, 730 Montgomery.
Liberty. 1137 .\Iabama.
Loughead, 1605 Polk.
Loyola, S E cor Market and Tenth.
Lyric, 119 Eddy.
Maennerbund, Potrero avenue near Twenty-fourth
Mangel's, N E cor Twenty-fourth and Folsom.
Maple, Palace Hotel.
Masonic. N W cor Montgomery and Post.
Mechanics' Institute Pavilion, S W cor Larkln and
Mission Music, S E co
Mission Opera, 2131 M
Mission Parlor Hall. 3445 seventee
Mission Turn Verein, 3543 Elghteei
Mowry's. S W cor Grove and Lagui
National, 815 Ellis.
Native Sons of the Golden West, 414 Mason.
Noe Valley, cor Church and Twenty-fourth.
Odd Fellows, S W cor Market and Seventh.
Ono, 1883 Mission.
Patterson's, N E cor Church and Thirtieth.
Pioneer. 24 Fourth.
Plxley, 1.534 PacIOc avenue.
Progress, 29 Valencia.
Regents, S E cor Post and Fillmore.
Rolando's, NW corner Church and Twenty-eighth,
, 323 Turk.
r Fremont and Harrison.
Howard and Tenth.
Van Ness avenue and Grove.
St. Peter's. Aiaoama i
Stelmke, SE cor Octa-
Stelnway, 2-23 Sutter.
Teutonia, 13-22 Howard.
Trades' Union, 11.59 Mission.
Turn Verein Vorwaerts. 310 O'Farrell.
! Twin Peaks, 847 Seventeenth.
Union Square. 421 Post.
Universal, 812 Pacific.
Verein EIntracht. 237 Twelfth.
Washington Square, cor Stockton and Union.
Wessel's, 1628 Powell.
Western Addition Music. 2414 California.
Wolf's, 1 Plymouth avenue.
Young Men's Christian -issoclatlon. N E cor El
PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF SAN
Wm. H. Lanqdox, Superintendent. OflSce, City Hall.
(For Board of Education, see City and County Go
, 507 Sutter.
B'nal B'rith, 121 Eddy
Sixteenth and Valencia,
, 1133 Mission,
Champion, S E cor
Children's. 806 Sam
Congress, 1139 Market.
Delta, 645 Geary.
Devlsadero, 317 Devlsadero.
Druids'. 413 Sutter.
Duveneck, 1004 Twenty-fourth.
EIntracht, 237 Twelfth.
Elks', 32;J Sutter.
Eureka Valley. 509 Castro.
Excelsior, 2317 Mission.
Exempt Fire Company, Brenhai
Federation. 818 Howard.
Franklin, 1839 Fillmore.
lett street, t
CHOOL, sixteen classes. Bart-
Twenty-second and Twenty-
; and Moultrie
E School, twelve cla
venue South and L sti
â– School, five classes
iMHAB School, sixteen classes. Gear}
1 Jones and Leavenworth streets.
CLEVELAND Peimabt School, eight classes,
rison street, between Tenth and Eleventh sti
Columbia Grammab School, nineteen clÂ£
treet. near Market.
CoopEE Primary School, twelve classes. Greet
vlch street, between Jones and Leavenworth streeti
near Baker stree
W. J. MORQAN, PRE<
105-107 Battery S*-
Tel. Main 389
Public SchMls of Sin Prmcisn.
nleenth and ColIlDgwood Btreets.
Stone PRiaiART School. Dine cli
H>lgbt street, between Central anc
f Church an
iMABT School, fourteen classea.
ween Scott and Devlsadero streetB.
lAHMAB ScHoolÂ« seventeen claBseB.
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
,. fourteen classes.
, , ...,. AR School, twenty-two classes-
(Igbth street, near Bryant street.
[ Fremont Grammar School, fourteen clasBes. Mc-
LlllBter street, between Baker and Broderlck streets.
[GARriELli Primart School, fourteen classes,
union street, between Kearny and Montgomery
I School, elghtee
MAR School fo
AR School, ten c
trcet, between Taylor and Jones str
treet, between Twenty-second ant
R School, twen
Dd Twenty-third i
Buchanan and Webster Btreets.
Gbammar School, eighteen
ireet, between Twenty-Bccond
I Humboldt Primary School, twel
3olden Gate avenue, near Hyde street.
UuNTBR'fl Point School, one clai
kTenue South, between C and D streets.
IKTINO Primary School, eight clasBea. Broad-
iray. between Montgoniory and SanBome Btreeta.
iRTiNo M. ScottPrimary School, sixteen claBBeB.
renneBsee street, near Twenty-second Btreet.
JackÂ»on Primary School, five classes. 4a4 8tan-
MAR School, thirteen classes.
mar School, fifteen clasBes.
Jamrs Lice Or.
Somer Noe and TÂ«
JcrrvRHON Primary School, eight class<
juma Btreet. near First street.
John Swrtt Grammar School, eighteen
llcAlMttter street, between Franklin and
John W. Taylor School, one class. Cui
School. Ave classes,
Lincoln Grammar School., twenty classes. FIftb
treet near Market street.
Lowell Hiob School, eighteen classes. Sutter
kreet. between Gough and Octavla streets.
.Mai>ih'>n Primary School, five classes. Clay
" â– ' . tweeo Walnut and Laurel streets.
'. 1 1, Primary School, thirteen classes. Mis-
- between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streeu.
â– n Gnimniar School.
(fRAHMAR School, fourteen classes.
Tt-et, between FIfU'enth and Sixteenth
claHBet). Jackson s
Webster aoU Kill-
Polytbchnic High School. thfrteen<
ler Bush and Stockton strcetB.
Redding Primary School, ten c
treet, near Larkln street.
Richmond Primary School, ten claBBee. First
ivenue. near Point LoboB avenue.
School, twelve classee. SII-
I School, eight classeB. Minerva i
IAN Primary School, twelve classea. Union
street, between Franklin and Gough streets.
SotTTH End Primary School, six classes. Somer-
set street, betweeu Felton and Burrows slreets.
Spring Valley Grammar School, fifteen claBses.
Broadway, near Polk street.
Â«.. _ â€ž__ â€” classes.
ScTRO Primary School, eight claBsee. Twelft
avenue, near Clement street.
Wabhinoton Grammar School, twelve clansei
Southwest corner Washington and Mason streets.
West End School, three classes. 5630 MIbbIu
lER Primary School, nineteen classeB.
street, near Fourth street.
WiNFiELD Scott Primary School, four classes.
Lombard street, between Baker and Broderlck
Hamilton Evening School, nine classes. Geary
street, near Scott street.
Horace Mann Evening School, thirteen classes.
Valencia street, near Twenty-second street.
Humboldt Evening School, twenty-one clasBcs.
Golden Gate avenue near Hyde street.
Irving Scott Evening School, one clnsB.
Tennessee Btreet. near Twenty-secoud street.