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I



THE TWENTIETH YEAR

HUSTED'S

OAKLAND

ALAMEDA

and:

BERKELEY

DIRECTORY

1907

Comprising an Alphabetically Arranged List of Business and Professional Men.

Firms, Corporations and Private Citizens, with an Improved Street Guide, a

Miscellaneous Directory, State, City and County Officers, Terms of Court,

Public and Private Schools, Churches, Banks, Incorporated

Institutions, Secret and Benevolent Societies.

A REVIEW OF THE PROGRESS OF THE CITY, ETC., AND A
COMPLETE CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY




PRICE ^ar^^ooa J ii?Qs3B^ $7.00



POLK-HUSTED DIRECTORY CO., Publishers
906 BROADWAY. OAKLAND, CAL.

Members of the Association of American Directory Publishers

Publishers of the following Directories : Bakersfield and Kern County, Eureka and Humbolr't County,

Fresno and County, Marysville and Yuba County, Napa, Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley,

San Rafael, San Jose and Santa Clara County, Santa Rosa and Sonoma County,

Stockton and San Joaquin County, Vallejo and Benicia.



Entfffd Accoyditigtn Act of Congress, in the Year 1907, by Polk-Husted Difectory Co., in the Office
(if tlif Librarian of Consress. at Washington , D. C. m^SS ij iL. xribnne Print



4i



lO



General Index



Abbreviations ^'-^

Alpliaibetlcal i-ist of Nain.s-

Oakland 125-1141!

Alameda 1307-1467

Berkeley l.-ill-17G9

Alterations, Removals, etc 1-3- 124

Alameda County Directory 1T99-1S70

Biisinens Directory —

Oakland 1147-1290

Alameda 14i;9-U02



rage

Berkeley ^ ' ^1 -^'^^

Index to Advertisements 52- .i4

Index to Miscellaneous Inform iii'>n .. . 50

Introductory ■'!

Miscellaneous Information ii- S4

Street Directory —

( akland ■'•■- 1'''''

Alameda 1299-1305

Kerkeley 1499-1510



17320
Index to Miscellaneous Information



Page
GOVKRNMENT—

City 55-57

County *»!

State .' •52-65

I'nitcd States 61-62

ASYLVMS. HOSPlTAI>S AXD

HOMES .•...•• ;■•:■ •.•'.• • .-^i ■.• ' '■ • • ..^''.

BANKS AND lJAXlvl2.Ri5; .; j.s .^. .;. . .65.-f«i

BOARD OF EDUCA riON '56

CHURCHES fi6-69

CEMETERIES 69

CIA'BS 69-70

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS 70



Page

COMMERCIAL BODIES 70

FIRE DEPARTxMENT 56-57

MISCELLANEOUS R TO L I G I O U S

ORGANIZATIONS 69

PARKS AND PCBT-IC GROUNDS .. 72-73

POLICE DEPARTMENT 56

POSTOFFICE AND ^MAII- SEK-

jVJOE .;'..■ ■.■.' /.' 58-60

.PJTj^iiq'B'lhLDflfrGS, 'BLOCKS AND

HALLS ).....':.:..'..'. 73-74

PUBLIC SCHOOLS 70-71

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SO-
CIETIES 74-80

TRADE ORGANIZA riONS



INTRODUCTORY.
1907.



THIS is tlie twentieth regular
annual edition of Husted"s
Oakland City Directory, and
it is presented to the public
with the assurance that it is
excelled by no similar work
in America. It embraces all
the features found in the largest met-
ropolitan Directories and many other
valuable things which are lost sight
of In the larger cities of America.

After completing his labors on the
1906 edition of the Oakland Directory,
and before the work had been finished
by the printers, Mr. F. M. Husted died
after having published the Oakland
Directory since 1887.

The enormous task of making the
directory then devolved upon the wid-
ow which, with the rapid influx of
population and phenomenal growth of
Oakland, have enlarged the work to
such an extent that it became too
much for any one person, and Mrs. F.
M. Husted has associated with her
the National Directory Publishing
House of R. L. Polk & Co.. which has
been engaged exclusively in directory
making for more than a third of a cen-
tury. The business will hereafter be
conducted under the firm name of
"Polk-Husted Directory Co." This
consolidation makes one of the strong-
est directory publishing houses in the
country, and brings to the Oakland Di-
rectory all the advantages of compe-
tent and experienced employes, and a
thorough s>stem backed by ample cap-
ital, and it is therefore reasonable to
assume that the Oakland Directory
for 1907 will be found more complete,
more accurate and reliable than ever
before.

The Polk-Husted Directory Co. will
not only publish the Oakland City
Directory, but a large number of other
city directories throughout California,
and will become one of the most sub-
stantial publishing houses of Oakland.
It is the intention to send a copy
of the Oakland Directory to every di-
rectory office in the United States,
where it may represent Oakland and
its people, its institutions and its cit-
izens.

A directory library will be maintain-
ed at the directory office, Xo. 906
Broadway, Oakland, for the free use



of the patrons of this directory and for
the public generally. Here may be
found the directories of all the princi-
pal cities of the United States and
Canada.

POPULATION.

Growth in population is the standard
measurement of a city's success and it
is, therefore, always highly interesting
to those who have the welfare of the
community at heart. The present pop-
ulation of Oakland will be intensely
interesting to the people not only of
Oakland but generalh' to all people in
the United States, for the eyes of the
world are upon Oakland on account of
the wonderful changes that have taken
place here.

The United States cen.sus gave Oak-
land a population of 102,000 seven
years ago. Oakland has been gro:ving
constanth' ever since. A year ago it
had a population estimated at 140.000.
This directory contains 70,115 names
of male adults of Oakland, 1.5,55.5 for
Berkeley, and 11,324 for Alameda.
Accepting the prevailing theory that
there are three women and children
to every name which appears in the
directory, the population of Greater
Oakland at the present time is 300,-
94 8. This does not include the Chi-
nese or Japanese element.

This wonderful increase in popula-
tion ranks Oakland as one of the
largest cities on the Pacific
Coast, and the largest trade cen-
ter west of the Missi-ssippi ex-
cepting St. Louis, and one of the im-
portant cities of the United States.
This rapid growth is not of mushroom
character, but has been wrought by
conditions which will necessarily make
it progressive. The business of Oak-
land is resting on a solid, substantial
foundation, with one of the finest har-
bors in the world, midway between
the large cities of the Southern Pacific
Coast and those of the Northern Pa-
cific Coast, and it must necessarily
continue to grow and prosper.

The publishers wish to express
thanks for the courtesies extended to
their employes and the liberal patron-
age bestowed upon the work.
Respectfully,

THE PUBLISHERS.
Polk-Husted ' Directorj- Co.



Index to Advertisements.



OAKLAND.



Pagf

Abliott George F •

Kight top circles and '.'

Ackerman Nellie

Left bottom corner cards

Acksang Co 1 - ^

Alden Co The H

Allec Jean Opp 135

Arnest & Toomey 1-

Austin G W 3

Bachman S Co 153

Badger Fire Extinguisher Co 1194

Ball & Sanford 26

Barker, Adams an J Harrison

Ri^ht bottom lines

Bav Citv Iron Works Back cover

Bav Counties Portable House Co 41

Be"kins Van & Storage Co

I^eft top circles and pj) 35 and 12S1

Bell Express Co The 31

Birdsall & Craig

Right bottom corner cards and 148 >

Bliss Percy I> Right side lines

Bock Mathias Front cover

Bonestell. Richardson & Co Opp 1247

Booth W C i25S

Bowes. Lamborn <%: Walker

Right center cards

Bowman Archer 39

Brittain & Co 40

Burrell Construction Co 4.'

California Bank J')

Canalizo E A & Co (Inc)

Right side lines

Cangelosi Bros Back cover

Card E F 259

Central Title Insruance Co

Right bottom corner cards

Chamberlain R H 29

Chapin S T 1258

Claremont H<ispital Assii

Inside back cover

Clai-k's Sanatorium Opp 25^0

Coast Automobile & Mnfg Co

Left Ijottom lines

Coast Carriage Co

Right bottom comer cards

Commercial Art & Eng Co Opp 29S

Compressed Air-Vacuum Housed can-
ing Co 1171

Continental Machine Works 1229

Cornell Charles E 1147

Coi-ner I.,ot Co

Left top circles and 9

Cosmopolitan Emplovment Agoy 31

Cox Seed Co 31i;

Crown i)C: I..ewls (Inc)

Right top corner cards

Curtain Store Th - Opp 3'"

I^avie & Richardson 9

Day Albert S ">

Day E J & Co ll.'.O

Dean Law & Collection Co

Right side lines

Decker Henry C

l^eft bottom c-orner cai'ds
Domestic La\indr>" fn.. ..Rack cover
Duby, Brune & Co Back bone



Page

East Shore Lumber Co

Left center cards

Eastern Real Estate Co

Right top circles and 9

Eaton A R & Co 35

Eighth Street Theatre 36

Elilers Music Co Opi) 388

Electric Motor & Construction Co 45

Blliott-Diehl Co

Right bottom corner cards

Emeryville Hardware & Tool Co 32

Enterprise Co The 5.30

Estabrook J G

Left bottom lines and 26

Esterlv Construction Co

Front Hy leaf

Fallmer R H 43

Farmers' & Merchants' Savings Bank 19

Fake George Left top lines

Ferrier-Brock Co (Incj

Left bottom lines and 1483

Finney E James Stencil edge

Firem'ans Fund Ins Co.. Front cover

First Natl Bank 20

Fisher Lumber Co

Left top corner cards

Fitz Co Right side lints

French Bakeries Co 26

Friend A E 33

Fritsche Emil 440

Gas Consumers' Assn 453

General Realtv Co Left side lines

I Gier Theo Wine Co Back bone

'Gilbert. Wallace & White

i Right bottom lines

I Gilstrap Dr J M

Right side lines and
inside front cover

Goldberg, Bowen & Co

Left top corner cards
Grav Realtv Co.. Right top circles and 8

Greater Oakland Co 38

Griffin C P 485 and 1248

Giiffon Marion.. Right top circles and 6

Gunning Harrv G 1259

Hallihan Mrs G D :'

Hamilton Gi'ate Co 44

Hansen & Kahler

T>eft top corner cards and 1160

Hanssen Olaf J

Right to]) circles and 6

Hari-ington-McInnis Co Opp 12.55

Hauschildt H Opp 518

Havens WIckham Front cover and 7

Havden-Wehe Co Front cover and 7

Havward Supoly Co 39

Heald-Dixon College Opp 522

Hedemark-Bradhoff Co

Left center cards

Henderson Mnfg Co

Left center cards

Henning A F B 530

Herbold EL 36

Hidecker l^umber Co Back cover

Holcomb Realty Co Opp .546 and 15

Hotel Athens 23

Hotel Avalon 24



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS (Cont'd)



53



Page

IJotol Ciellin 23

Hotel Gibson 25

Hotel Merritt 25

Hotel Meti'opole 22

Hotel Pleasanton 1208

Howard Springs. .Right top lines and 10

Hunter L,uiriber Co Left top lines

Independent Messenger Co

Right center cards

Italian Popular Bank 20

Jackson A B 43

Jackson Furniture Co Opp 575

Jenkins J H Right center cards

Johnson Charles ..Left Bottom lines

Johnson G W Co

Back cover and pp 5 and 1259

Johnson Thorwald 40

Jones H Z Left top circles and 5

Keller Candy Co

Left bottom corner cards and 27

Iveliv Helen L Co Opp 60S

Ivelly John R Opp ti09

Koenig & Kroll 13

Kohler & Chase Opp 62(:i

Kreiss & Horswlll 14

Lima Louis & Co 46

Kurt M D Opp 1258

Kuss P N 34

La Fortune D W .•

Right bottom corner cards

Lancaster & Rehor 36

Laymance J W.. Right top lines and 10

Laymance Real Estate Co

Right top corner cards and 4

Leak's Bitters Co 34

Leavitt J W & Co 26 and 11.52

Leedom Realty Co

Right bottom corner cards

Luttrell & Co Left center cards

Lvon Storage & Moving Co.. 33, 35 and 12.37

Lvons Charles Left side lines

McCarter H T 43

McCown J S Right center cards

McElrov J J & Co.. Left center cards

Macdonald J H & Co

Right bottom corner cards
Magill R H

Left bottom corner cards

Makins & ^Vill 15

Mandler's Catering Co

Left tov) circles and 29

Mann & Evarts 45

Mathewson P 28

Merchants' Protective Assn

Right center cards

Metropolis Improvement Co

Right center cards

Miller & Miller 1165

Minney M T Co 13

Modern Electric Co

Left center cards

Montgomery R J

Right center cards and 15

Morgan's Park Opp 1150

Morris R H

Right bottom lines and
inside back cover

Napolitan Paste Co 786

National Motor Car Co

Right side lines

National Realty Co 5

Naylor C E Jr 14

New York Belting Co 27

Nickel K H Co... Right top lines and 4

Nordlund W J Right bottom lines

Norman S A 44

Norman & Monroe.. Left center cards
O'Neill & Embree. .'Right center cards

Oakland Adjusting Co

Left top circles
Oakland Bank of Savings 18



Page

Oakland Brewing & Malting Co 1160

Oakland Conservatory of Music

Left top corner cards and 1239

Oakland Cremation Assn Opp 814

Oakland Furniture Co Opp 814

Oakland Sash & Door Co

38, 1488 and opp 1291

Oakland Seed & Plant Co 31

Oakland Show Case Co

Left center cards

Oakland Title & Abstract Co

Left top circles and S

Oakland Tribune Opp 816

Occidental Builders' Supply Co 39

Oliver N H 820

Once-a-Week Pub Co 1230

Osborn Loan Co 1226

Osgood & Son Left bottom lines

Pacific Coast Borax Co

Left side lines

Parrish W H 836

People's Express Co 128.i

Perl V E 1248

Perkins-Bromley Co.. Right side lines

Phoenix Iron Works

Left bottom corner cards
Piedmont Renovatory Dyeing &

Cleaning Works 860

Pierce J H & Co

Left top circles opp 860 and 7
Pinkerton's National Detective Agen-
cy Opp 1183

Polytechnc Business College

Left side lines and 1163

Porter F F

Right bottom lines and pp 1260 and 1281
Post Electric Co.. Right center cards

Progress Press Opp 876

Randall & Dinsmore 46

Richter A B & Co.. Left center cards

Robertson V^^ L & Co 1286

Rudv & Spilker Opp 1260

Russell Realty Co.. .■ H

Sanitarv Renovating Co 28

Schirrmacher T 944

Schmidt Lithograph Co Opp 12.4

Schroeder & Wilmarth. . .Front cover

Schulze Max 950

Sixteenth Street Trunk Factory 12S6

Security Bank & Trust Co 19

Sessions E C & Co

Right top lines and 10

Sharpe Mrs Gertrude M 962

Shasta Water Co Front edge

Sherman. Clay & Co Opp oil

Sherow Evelynne

Left bottom corner cards

Sherow G W Right center cards

Sherwood HA 32

Simonds & Campbell

Left center cards

Smith Bros Right top lines

Smith Bros Hardware Co. .Back cover

Smith Emery & Co 1149 and 1166

Smith Law & Adjustment Co

Left bottom corner cards and lliO

Smith R Harry 1236

Snow John F Cleaning & Dyeing

Works 1187

Southern Pacific R R Co

Book mark and opp
inside back cover

Standard Gas Engine Co

Left top corner cards and 32

Star Loan Co 1227

State Electric Co Opp 1008

Sternberg. Chisholm & Lindberg Ifc"

Stocker & Holland

Right bottom corner cards

Stoll & Van Bergen

Left center cards



54



IXDKX TO ADVERTISEMENTS (Cont'd)



Page



Stringei- Loan C" Opp UCu ;m»l

Studley W H

Siieell Walter & Son

Svmsei Kmpl()>iTieiii Co

Left center cards
Sunset Liimlier Co.. Right top lines

Taft & Pennoyer Opp title page

Tail A J

Tavlur E R Motor Car Co

Tavlor James P Left top lines

Thiel Detective Service Co The

Thomas Bros... Right top circles and

r-Auto Care Opp

riiiciii National Bank of Oakland...

\'an De Mark W N ■..••■

Vandercook E P Co....L<eft top lines

Vose George H

Lef top lines, left side lines and

pp 12 and

AA akefield E C •■

Lefl bottom corner cards



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Page



Waldorf Cafe

Watson Roof Co

Wcbir Alfred L

Wellman-Robbins Merc Agency

West Coast Printinif Co Ojip

Western Building Material Co

Right top corner cards

Western Fuel Co

I^eft toil corner cards

^Vlestern Heavy Hardware & Iron Co.

Front fly leaf

White Joseph A

White Ornamental Iron Co

White Star Laundry

Bottom edge and right bottom lines

Willev O F & Co

Williams H G..Left bottom lines and

Wood Charles H Right side lines

Wood Ellis E Opp

Wood, MacDonald <& Wood

Right side lines



ios-_

4.".
44



ALAMEDA.



Dufor V\'m & Co 1^-16

Depot Express Opp 1291

Joost M & Sons Oppl290

Jovce E A Opp 1290 and 1291

McGlauflin L W 1480



Miller & Banta Opp ]29«i

Oakland Sash & Door Co

38. 1488 and opp 1291

Vogt Henry Opp 12!il

Wichman. Lulgen <<• Co

Left top lines



BERKELEY.



liailey-Dodge Co

I.reft bottom lines and 1792

Benton Charles H 14SS

Birdsall & Craig

Right bottom corner cards and 148iJ

Bohannan Dr J L 153o

<'henev Warivn Co The

l.#ft bottom lines

Capital Electric Co 149:;

Coi->-ell Ki L 14S8

De Kay & Co Front cover and 1487

Eagle Electric Co 1488

Ferrier-Brock Co

Left bottom lines and 14^3

Fischer Bros Co 1487

General Realty Co Left side lines

Hacklev-Young Co Left side lines

Hale J P & Co 1793

Haigraves-Read Co 148ti

Henderson J W 179r.

Hunter f^umber Co Left top lines

irwin H D Right top corner cards

Juster ^: P.iii rd

Omi inside front cover



Kellner Adam

Laugenour & Porter. . Right top lines

Mason-McDuffie Co

Right center cards and
Merchants" Exchange & O.vster Grot-
Mills Co Left bottom lines and

Oakland Sash & Door Co

38, J488 and opp

Occidental Builders' Supply Co

Pitman-Nelson Auto Co

Right top circles and

Porter R L

Prentice George & Son

Quick Deliverv Dveing & Cleaning

Co

Redding M A

Reed Realty Co Front cover

Schmidt George Realty Co

Texdahl C

Cniversitv Apparattis Co

Week F A Realty Co

Western Tours Publishing Co

Votmgs. Barry &- Lamb



14!>9



\1%
148-"



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177K

149r.
14S!i

1484
1489
174i;
1487
1-191
179P,



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Stone J T C(



182<;



IRVINGTON.

Palm Saloon 1830

Roddick Ed 1830



POLKHUSTED DIRECTORY CO'S.



OAKLAND CITY DIRECTORY 1907



Miscellaneous Information



CITY GOVERNMENT

CITY OFFICERS

Mayor— Frank K Mott

Mayor's Clerk and Secretary — Edward J

Tyrrell.
City Clerk — Frank R Thompson
Deputy City Clerk— Edward F Holland.
City Auditor and Assessor — George E

Gross
Clerk to Assessor — G M Lawlor.
Deputy Auditors — George E. Wade, A V

B Davis.
Deputy Assessors — Eugene F Garrison.

Sidney Wilson, J A Kirk, L J Kennedy.
City Attorney — John E McElroy
Assistant City Attorney — Wm H O'Brien
City Engineer — Frederick C Turner
Deputy City Engineer — John B McMath
City Treasurer and Tax Collector — Rich-
ard B Ayer.
Deputies — Wm H Matthews, Wm M Fitz-

niaurice, Earle S Beatie, James W

Rooney
License Inspectors — John J Connolly, Wm

A J Franke. Walter Taylor
City Health Officer— Edward N Ewer.
City Chief of Police — Adelbert Wilson
City Chief of Fire Dept— Nicholas A Ball
City Supt of Schools and Director Chabot

Ojseravtory — John W McClymonds
Deputy Supt of Schools— Robert B S York
City Prosecuting Attorney — Ezra W De-

coto, Court No 2.
City Prosecuting Attorney — Wm J Hen-
nessey, Court No 1.
City Supt of Streets— Charles F Ott
Deputy Superintendents — Wm W Blair,

Joseph L Coughlin
Chief Clerk— George M Flint
Assistant Clerks — Daisey A Alexander,

Charles H Frost
City Supt of Public Parks— Malcolm La-

mond
City Building Inspector — John F Towle.



City Wharfinger — Jerome B Gi-eer
City Poundmaster — Julius Zabel.

CITY COUNCIL

Albert H Elliott — President
First Ward— Harold Everhart
Second Ward— Albert H Elliott
Third Ward — John F MuUins
Fourth Ward — ^Edwin Meese.
Fifth Ward— R H Pendleton
Sixth Ward — William J Baccus
Seventh Ward — George E Aitken
At Large — Eugene E Stackler, Dr F F
Jackson, Henrj' T -_-urr)s, Oliver Ells-
worth

STANDING COMMITTEES

Auditing and Finance — Pendleton (chair-
man), Everhart, Mullins, Ellsworth,
Baccus.

Ordinance and Judiciary — Ellsworth
(chairman). Burns, Stachler, Pendleton.
Jackson

Streets — Ellsworth (chairman), Mullins.
Stachler, Burns, Meese.

License — Burns (chairman), Everhart,
Ellsworth, Jackson, Aitken

Park and Boulevards — Mullins (chairman),
Jackson, Ellsworth, Pendleton, Baccus

Wharves and Water Front — Jackson
(chairman), Burns, Stachler, Everhart,
Aitken

Railroads — Stachler (chairman), Pendle-
ton, Bums, Mullins, Meese

Street Lighting — Aitken (chairman), Ev-
erhart, Mullins, Ellsworth, Meese.

Fire and Water — Meese (chairman),
Stachler, Pendleton, Jackson, Baccus

Public Improvements — Baccus (chair-
man). Burns, Meese, Aitken, Mullins

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

Frank K Mott, President; J E McElroy,
F C Turner, Walter B Fawcett, Secre-
tary; Frank L M Hus. Clerk and Acting
Assistant Secretary



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CITY OOVERXMKXT.



BOARD OF POLICE FIRE COMMIS-
SIONERS

Frank K Mott. President; J E McElroy,
F C Turner. Walter B Fawcett, Secre-
taiT

BOARD OF EDUCATION

Charles H Reddington. President
John W McClvmonds. Supt and Secretarj
R B S York. Deputy Supt and Secretary
Frank B Cook. Edward E Crandall, Frank
L Gove. Frank M Greenwood Alfred
L Hannaford. Dr A S Kelly. Charles H
O'Connor. Calvin M Orr, Charles H
Reddington, Lewi.s T Stevenson, Dr
James B Wood

STANDING COMMITTEES

Classification— Crandall. Orr and Kelly
Evening Schools— Stevenson, ^^ ood and

Fmance— Hannaford. Crandall and Gove

Furniture and Supplies— Cook, Gove and
Orr ^ ,

High Schools— Kelly. Greenwood and
Wood ^,^ ,

Manual Training— Wood, O'Connor and
Stevenson

ludiciarv— Gove, Hannaford and Crandall

Observatory— O'Connor. Kelly and Green-
wood „ ^1 J

Rules and Regulations— Orr, Cook and
O'Connor ,

School Houses and Sites- Greenwood,
Stevenson and Hannaford

HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Board of Health— Fourteenth opp Wash-
ington . r, -r 1
F L Adams, M D. President; A S Larkey.
M D: C A Dukes. M D; E R Sill. M D:
T A Willi.ims. M D; Edward N Ewer. M
D Health Officer; George A Parker.
Secretarv; Pauline S Nusbaumer, M D.
bacteriolo-?ist; Jessie V Berry, M D.
Chemist; S F Gemmell. Sanitary Inspec-
tor; Edward J Smith. N W Denton, As-
sistant Sanitarv Inspectors; R A Archi-
bald. D V S. markets, meat and milk
inspector and veterinary surgeon; Wm
J Downie, assistant milk inspector

STANDING COMMITTEES

Air. Water. T^ight. Food and House Drain
;igP_Drs Sill. Larkey. Dukes

Streets Main Sewer. Gar". af,e and Plumb-
ing— Drs Dukes. Sill. Williams

Prevailing Diseases. their Causes and
Yard Sanitation— Drs Williams, Dukes,
Larkey „.„

Hospitals— Drs T>arkey, AVilliams, Sill

CITY POLICE COURTS
Dept 1
Judge— Mortimer Smith
I'rosecuting Attorney— Wm J Hennes.sey
Clerk— Wm B Smith
Court Officer— .John Murray
Bailiff- Wm A Moore

Dept 2

Judge — Geoige Samuels

Prosecuting Attorney- F.zr.i W Dfcolo



Smith, George



Clerk — John W Mott
Bailiff— Louis F Agnew
City Justices — Mortimer
Samuels

TRUSTEES OF FREE LIBRARY AND
HEADING ROOMS

Dr Harry P Carlton, President; James A
Mon-ow, Secretary; John H Mellon, Dr
O T Wilson, Benjamin P Kudtz. Chair-
men of Committees; auditing, Dr O r
Wilson

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Chief— Adeltaert Wilson , t . x;-

Clerks to Chief— Bert L Curtis, Louis i

Captains— Walter J Peterson, J Frank

Lynch , ,T T-. 1

Sergeants— Bert L Curtis. Charles H Bock,
John J Cox, John M Cockerton. Thor-
wald Brown. Wm M McCloud, James D
Mulgrew, James H Walters .

Detectives— Dennis Holland, St Clair

Hodgkins, Wm B Quigley
Prison Keepers— Robert Forgie. Edward

J Grossman Michael J Shannon
Wagon Officers— George D Powers, Ferdi-
nand H Schroder, John E Murphy
Matron— Mrs C F Baxter
Patrol Drivers— Henry Erown. \\ m 1

Bradlev. Edward F Hughes
Court Officer— John Murray
Chinese Interpreter, Police Courts— Je Je
Gam

FIRE DEPARTMENT
Chief Engineer— N A Ball
Assistant Engineer— George B McDonald
Superintendent Fire Alarm and Police

Telegraph— George R Babcock
Engine Co No 1— South side Fifteenth nr
Clav; Samuel Short, foreman; A M
Hutchinson, engineer; J Dixon, stoker;
John W Roach, driver
Engine Co No 2— 46S Sixth; ^^ m Hart ■
man, foreman; T J Roberts, engineer;
Michael Quigley, stoker; W^m Dunlap,
driver
Engine Co No 3—1671 Eighth; H C Poole,
foreman; Richard Kenna, engineer;
Wm H Rankin, stoker; C Lamb, drivei
Engine Co No 4—621 East Fourteenth; U
Logan, foreman; George W Moffitt. en-
gineer; Fred H Brunjes, stoker; Fran;?
L'heureux. driver
Ent'ine Co No 5— Market, northeast cor
Milton; Wm N Price, foreman; EC
Brown, engineer; James C Ayres, driv-
er- James Crosson, stoker
■c'ngine Co No 6— East Filteenth between
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