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Stenographer — Edwin £) Gehrlng

County Sheriff— Frank Barnet

Under Sheriff— John J Hanifin Jr

Chief Deputy — Frank D Adams

Chief Jailer — Peter L White

Assistant Jailers — Charles K Clark, Jo-
seph D Moffitt

Bailiffs— John H Reilley, Edward J Swee-
ney, Jeffei-son D Scanlan, Bert B Brown,
G Wales, Frank Higuera

Tax Collector — James B Barber

Chief Deputy — Wm B Hodges

Deputies — Edward F Farrell, Alfred 3
Barber, Daniel C Houghton

County Supt of Schools— Office, Hall of
Records

County Supt — George W F'rick

Aast Supt — Frank M Carr

Deputy Supt — Arthur Mock

District Attorney's Office — Court-House

District Attorney — Everett J Brown

Chief Deputy — Wm H L Hynes

Deputies — Wm H Donahue, Philip M
Carey. John M Eshleman

Detective — Gaylord B Ingersoll

Clerk — Daniel C Owen

Stenographer — Mary Reillv

County Surveyor's Office — Court House

County Surveyor — Perry A Haviland

Chief Deputv — Frederick R Hamilton

County Coroner's Office— 528 18th.

Countv Coroner — Charles L Tisdale, Chf
Dep, Bert H Sargent

Court Commissioner — Clarence Crowell,
1101-1102 Un Sav Bank Bldg

Public Administrator — George Gray, 1101-
1102 Un Sav Bank Bldg



UNITED STATES
MENT.



GOVERN-



U S Collector of <:!ustoms Office — Room
27, P O Bldg; Andrew Hollywood, Dep-
utv Collector

LT S Internal Revenue Office— Room 22, P
O Bldg; Wm Gilchrist, Phihp G Allen,
Deputy Collectors; George E Russell,
Gauger; Roy K McPhail, Deputy Stamp
Collector

U S Land Office— Rooms 24, 25, 26, P O
Bldg; Truman G Daniels, Registrar;
Sargent S Morton, Receiver



SPATE GOVERNMENT.



r S MARINE CORPS

I'aMuasUTS Uftice :516 Isl Nat Bk Bklg,
li.iKflev; Major Wm C Daw«on Asst
I'avniaster; .'.eon 1. Dy» , Chf Clk

r S Kxaminiiig Board for Pensions— 106
Wooilmen Blk. 521 12th; Henry Fine, M
D, KxamiiiLi- „

BANKKL'PTCY COURT

U S District Court for the Northern Dls-
tiict of California, SOS Broadway; Arth-
ur P HoHand, lit-fvree for the District
of Alameda

STATE GOVERNMENT



Govcrnoi- JAMES N. GIl.I.ETT.

Lieutenant Governor — W. R. Porter.
S.crttary of State— Charles F Curry;

r)eput\-, John Hoesch.
Controller— A. B. Nye; Deputy, D. A.

Moulton.
Treasurer— W. K. AVilliains; Deputy,

Fred W. Judson.
Attorney General— U. S. Webb; Assist-
ant, George A. Sturtevant.
Surveyor General and ex-officio Register
State l^and office— U. S. Webb; Deputy.
A. \y. Sanborn.
Superintendent of Piililic Instiiu'tion — Ed-
ward Hyatt.
Adjutant General — Jos. B. L,auck; Assist-
ant. A. W. Bradbury.
Superintendent of State Printing — W. W.

Shannon; Deputy, John Whicher.
State l^ibrary Trustees — Joseph StefEens,
Allen B. Lemmon, W. C. Van Fleet,
Charles S. Green, Bradner W. Lee.
State Librarian— James L. Gillis; Dep-
uty, Margaret Eastman.
State Agricultural Society— Benj. Rush,
president; Aubert Elkins, 1>. J. Rose,
Jr. E. W. Howard. Fred la. Martin,

James Whitaker, Easton. F. H.

Burke G .W. Kingsbury and H. P.
Stabler, directors; J. A. Filcher, sec-
retary; office. 1.5th nw cor N.
State Board of Education— J. N. Gillett
(Governor), president; Edward Hyatt
(Superintendent of Public Instruction).
secretary; Benjamin Ide Wheeler, C. C.
Van I.,iew Morris Elmer Dailey. Sam-
uel T. Black, Fred Burke. J. F. Mills-
paugh, F. B. Dressier, F. E. Burke,
members.
State Board of Equalization— Jeff McEl-
vaine, Alex Brown. Richard K. Collins,
J. Harry Scott and A. B. Nye cx-officio
members; T. M. Eby, clerk.
Slate Board of Examiners — J. N. Gillett
(Governor;, C. F. Curry (Secretary of
Stale), U. S. Webb (Attorney General).
State Board of Examiners in Optometry —

F. C. Chiiin. secretary. 526 K.
Slate Board of Health— Martin Regens-
biirger, president; Drs. A. C. Hart, F.
K. AInsworth, W. A. Briggs, W. Ee
Moync WlUa. O. Stansbury, members;
N. K. Foster, secretary.
State Board of Fish Commissioners —
George Stone, president; John Berm-
ingham. Jr.. F. W. Van Sieklen, mem-
bers; Charles A. Vogelsang, secietary
ami >lii'f dei>uty.



Slate Bureau of Labor SUitistics — J. D.
McKenzie. commissioner; F. C. Jones,
deputy commissioner; Miss K. Kelley.
secretary.

State Bureau of Vital Statistics— N. K.
Foster, register; G. D. Leslie, statisti-
cian.

Slate Commissioner of 1 lorlieultuie— El-
wood Cooper, commissioner; John Isaac,
secretary; Edward H. Elnliorn, dep-
uty.

B.mk Commissioners — Charles H. Duns-
moor. W. Blackstock, Herman Silver.
Zeniih Eldridge; J. Cal Ewing, secre-
tary.

Commissioners of Building and Loan As-
sociations — D. W. Field, Albert Lind-
ley; James L Fields, secretary.

Coinmissioners for the Revision and Re-
form of the Law — John F. Davis, sec-
retary; Hildie Clough.

State Engineer — Nathaniel Ellery.

Railroad Commission — A. C. Irwin, pres-
ident; Adam Andrew, Orin S. Hender-
son; Judson C. Bruise, secretary.

State Capitol Commission — J. N. Gillett
(Governor), C. F. Curry (.Secretary of
State). W. R. Williams (Treasurer).

Insurance Commissioner — E. Myron Wolf.

State Commission in Lunacy — J. N. Gil-
lett (Governor), president; C. F. Curry,
U. S. Wel)b. N. K. Foster, Dr. F. W.
Hatch.

State Board of Prison Directors — Tirey
L. Ford, president; C. N. Felton. Rob-
ert T. Devlin, Warren Porter.

Warden of Folsom Prison — Aichiljald
Yell.

Warden of San Queutin Prison — Edgar.

SUPREME COURT.

Chief Justice— W. H. Beatty.

Associate Justices— T. B. McF.irland,

Walter Van Dye. F.

W. Henshaw. W. G.

cien Shaw.
Clerk— F. L. Caughcy

deputy clerk.
Court Reporter — C. C.

Tinkler, secretary; 1!

rian.



M. Angellotli, F.
Lorigaii and Lu-

; N. C. Daroux,



Pomerov;
F. Edson



H. C.

liV)ra-



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NATIONAL GUARD, STATE
OF CALIFORNIA.



fO.M.\I.\.\I>l':H-lN-t:HIEK ANI> MEM-
BERS OF STAFF.

Commander-in-Chief, J. N. Gillett, Gov-
ernor State of California. Chief of Staff.
Adjutant General. Brig. Gen. Joseph
B. Lauck (.Sacramento).

Staff of Commander-in-Chief — Assistant
Adjutant General. Col. Arthur W. Brad-
burv (Sacramento); Assistant Inspector
General, Col. Thomas Wilhelm (Hay-
ward); Chief Engineer. Col. Hugh T.
Sime (S. F.); Judge Advocate General.
Col. George H. Pippy (S. F.); Surgeon
General. Cul. D. D. Crowley (Oakland);
.Assistant Paymaster General, Col.
Francis K. Beck (S. F. ).



STAT E GOVERNMENT



63



AIDES-DE-CAMP.

Lieut. Col. Robert Wieneke i,S. F'.), Lieut.
Col. Frank M. Chapman (Covina),
Lieut. Col. Haivey D. Loveland (S. F.),
Lieut. Col. W. S Killingsworth (.Vaea-
ville). Commander Emanuel J Lewis
(Lcs ' Angeles), Lieut. Col. Theo. H.
Minor (Areata). Lieut. Theo. Gier
(Oakland). Lieut. Col. Henry G. W.
Dinkelspiel (S. F.), Lieut. Col. G. B.
Pillsbury (Los Angeles), Lieut. Col. J.
H. Cambell (Pasadena), Lieut. Col. R.
H. Herron (Los Angeles), Lieut. Col. W.
J. Barrett (S. P.). Lieut. Col. G. N.
Black (Los Angeles). Lieut Col. D. C.
Collier (San Diego). Lieut Col. A. W.
Foster Jr. (San Rafael), Lieut. Col. W.
M. Garland (Los Angeles), Lieut. Col.
C. M. Hammond ( I.,akeport). Lieut. Col.
C. L. Heartwell (Long Beach), Lieut.
Col. Ira Hochheimer ( Bakersfield),
i.ieut. Col. P. W. Marston (S. P.),
Lieut. Col. P. M. Nippert (S. P.), Lieut.
Col. Sherman Pease (Los Angeles),
Lieut. Col. E. A. Preble (Monterey),
Lieut. Col. W. C. Ralston (S P.), Lieut.
Col. C. D. Swan (Modesto).

FIRST BRIGADE STAFF.

Robert Wankowski. Brigadier, General
First Brigade, Los Angeles.

Assistant Adjutant General, Lieut. Col.
Wm. G. Schreiber, Los Angeles; In-
spector, Major L. D. Collins; Inspector
Small Arms Practice. Major J. Edward
Sullivan, Los Angeles; Quartermaster,
Major John W. A. Off, Los Angeles;
Commissary Major, Wm. D. Stephens,
Los Angeles; Judge Advocate. Major
Oscar Lawler, Los Angeles; Aide-de-
Camp. First Lieut. Raymond I. Foll-
mer. Los Angeles; Aide-de-Camp. First
Ijieut. Charles H. Howland. Los An-
geles.

SECOND brigade; STAFF.

J. A. Koster. Brigadier General. Second
Brigade, San Francisco.

A.^sistant Adjutant General. Lieut. Col.
Fred J. li. Rickson, S. P. ; Quartermas-
ter Major, Emmet R. Jones, S. F.; Com-
missary Major, Josiah R. Howell. S. P.;
Judge Advocate Major. Wm, P. Hum-
phreys. S". P.; Aide-de-Camp. First
I>ieut. W. H. Reed. Oakland.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

Pir.st Lieut. J. J. Choate. Brigade Sur-
geon. Los Angeles; Lieut. Theo. Reth-
ers. Brigade Surgeon, S. P.; Major W.
J. Hanna. Surgeon. Sacramento; Capt.
H. H. Look. Assistant Surgeon, Sacra-
mento; First Lieut. P. M. Bruner, As-
sistant Surgeon. Santa Ana: First
Lieut. C. A. Dukes Assistant Surgeon,
Oakland; First Lieut. H. W. Gibbons,
-Assistant Surgeon. S. P.; Pirst Lieut.
T. M. Heard. Assistant Surgeon. San
Bernardino; First I^ieut. P. A. Adams.
Assistant Surgeon. Los Angeles; Pirst
T^ieut. A. P. Finan. Assistant Surgeon,
Vacaville: Pirst Lieut. Gustav Henrik-
son. Assistant Surgeon, Sacramento.



SIGNAL CORPS.

First Company (Los Angeles)— Captain,
I Corace E. Sabine; First Lieut., Hap-y
W. Slotterbeck; Second Lieut., Victor
W. Lockwood.
Second Company (San Francisco) — Cap-
tain, George M. Scott; First Lieut.,
Charles W. Jones; Second Lieut., Geo.
W. Miller.

FIRST SQUADRON OF CAVALRY.

Field and Staff Headquarters— Sacra-
mento.

Commander. Major Samuel W. Kay, Sac-
ramento; Adjutant, First Lieut. H. H.
Sydenham, Sacramento; Quartermas-
ter, First Lieut. Earl W. Jonas, Los
Angeles.

TROOP OF^PICERS.

Troop B (Sacramento) — Captain, Oscar
J. Boden; 1st Lieut., Thomas S. Kelly;
2d Lieut., James Calvert.

Troop C (Salinas)— Captain, Charles J.
FuUe; 1st Lieut., Frederick W. Win-
ham; 2d Lieut., Emanuel Dougherty.

Troop D (Los Angeles) — Captain, Thos.
C. Waterous; 1st Lieut., James Gunn;
2d Lieut., Jesse McComas.

SECOND REGIMENT OP INFANTRY.

Headquarters — Sixth ne cor M. Sacra-
mento.

FIELD AND STAFF.

Colonel. H. t'. Seymour (Sacramento);
Lieutenant Colonel, Edwin A. Forbes
(Marysville); Major, John Zittinger
(Sacramento); Major, Lon Bond
(Chico); Major, Charles A. Swis-
ler (Placerville); Adjutant. Captain
Charles J. Young (Sacramento); Chap-
lain, Captain Charles L. Miel (Sacra-
mento); Battalion Adjutant. P'irst
Lieut. Jacob Alexander (Sacramento);
Battalion Quartermaster and Commis-
sary. Second Lieut. Landis A. Walling
(Nevada City) ; Battalion Quartermas-
ter and Commis.sary, Second Lieut. Ar-
thur B. Daly (Calusa).

COMPANY OFFICERS.

Companv A (Chico) — Captain, W. H.

White; 1st Lieut.. J. G. Garthaffner;

2d Lieut.. J. P. Burk.
Company B (Colusa) — Captain. Thomas

Rutledge; 1st Lieut., H. G. Smith; 2d

I.iieut.. P. J. Cooke.
Company C (Fresno) — Captain. O. W.

Spears; 1st Lieut., E. C. Neal; 2d

Lieut., C. C. Walker.
Company D ( Visalia)— 1st Lieut., A. B.

Shippey.
Company E (Sacramento) — Captain,

Frank P. Canon; 1st Lieut., W. E. Tem-

pleman; 2d Lieut.. D. E. Barney.
Companv F (Woodland) — Captain John

G. Lee; 1st Lieut.. E. G. Griffin; 2(1

Lieut., C. B. Nichols.
Company G (Sacramento) — Captain, J.

M. Milliken; 1st Lieut., A. S. Hawk;

2d Lieut.. Easterbrooks.
Company H (Napa) — Captain, G. C. Gar-
ner; 1st Lieut. C. C. Treadway; 2d

Lieut.. E. F. Gardner.



STATK CI )\-KKX.M lONT.



Company
Cmiilon

Company
Spivey;

I irilt..

Company
Duni-an



I (Viicaville)— Captain. H. L-
; 1st Lifut.. W. W. Chandler.

K (P'resno) — Captain. C. i-

l.si I, lent.. 1.. A. Murrell;
J \V. Suutliwick.

I, ( liakfisli.kl) — Captain. E.
l.st Li.iit.. K. S. Kent;



2d



B.

-'1
Liiut.. J. 1':. Huh-iidcf.
Companv M ( Hanfoid)— Captain, P. M.
SovVxn-: 1st l.i.nit., W. N. Vallandig-
ham: -'d Lieut.. J. A. Bucl.anan.

FIFTH KE(;lMi<:XT OF INFANTRY.

Fll';i,l> .\X1) STAFF.

Colunol IJ. A. Sniitli. Commander (Oak-
land)'; M. W. Simpson (Alameda). Ma-
jor C. E. Hayeii (Santa Rosa). Major
E G. Hunt (Oakland). Captain A. P.
Smilev Q. M. (Alameda); Captain J.
() Mekown. Commi.ssary (Liyermore);
First Lieutenant S. W. Morshead, Bat-
talion Adjutant (S. F.): First Lieu-
tenant C. R. Ark(iues. Battalion Adju-
tant (San Mateo); Second Lieutenant
R E. Cotter. Battalion Adjt.. Q. M.
and Com. (Oakland); A. W. T. Hicks,
Chaplain (Oakland).



COMPANY OFFICERS.



F. W.
, Fran-



Gary
Far-



B.



Rush-

J. S.

Pol-



Company A (Oakland)— Captain,
H. Peterson; 1st Lieut., Leon C
c-is; 1(1 Lieut., Meyer Herman.
Companv B (San Jose)— Captain.
L. Hoitum; 1st Lieut.. Leonard M
lell; ijd Lieut.. C. M. Stout.
Companv C (Petaluma) — ^Captain, J.
Dickson; 1st Lieut.. Charles E. Lund-
holf; I'd Lieut.. James C. Pitts.
Company D (San Rafael)— Captain. New-
ell Vanderbilt; 1st Lieut., Robert J.
Johnson; 2d Lieut., Edward I. Butler.
Company E (Santa Rosa)— 1st Lieut..
Eugene G. Bronson; 2d Lieut., Thomas
V. Butts.
Companv F ( Oakland)— Captain. George
H. Wethern; 1st Lieut.. L. R. Kelly;
2d Lieut., A. J. Coelho.
Company G (Alameda) — Captain,
ton McConnell; 1st Lieut.. Wm.
Gillogly; 2d Lieut.. Charles A.
bratli.
Companv H (San Franci.sco) — Captain,
W. S. Grattan; 1st Lieut., J. C. Mgel;
2d Lieut.. J. A. Davis.

(Livermore) — Captain. Earl
1st Lieut.. Chester Y''oung;
J. W. Clarke.

(San Francisco) — 1st Lieut..

J. J. Hyer; 2d Lieut.. E. R. Armstrong.

Comx)any M (San Francisco) — Captain,

II. G." Stindt; 1st Lieut.. W. G. Hyde.

SEVENTH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY.

FIELD AND STAFF.

Colonel, S. H. Finley (Santa Ana); Ma,-
jor. Truman ("ole (Wbittier); Major,
Samuel M. Saltmarsh (Ix)s Angeles)
Major. Harry E. Mitchell (Riverside);
Adjutant. Captain Parker S. Roper
(Santa Ana); Quartermaster, Captain
A. B. Austin (Long Beach); Commis-
sary, Captain Frank C. Prescott (Los
Angeles); Chaplain. Captain Charles
D. Williamson (Pomona); Battalion



Company I
J. Innian;
2d Lieut.,

Cr>mpany L



Adjutants, First Lifut.iuinats Ernest
A. Reynolds (Pomona). Harry B. Light
(Los Angeles); Battalion y. M. and
Com.. Second Lieutenants Charles R.
Ferguson (Redlands). Biut Rees (Los
Angeles).

COMPANY OFFICERS.

Companv A (Los Angeles)— Captain. An-
drew J. Copp; 1st Lieut.. Orton C. Hol-
deii; 2d Lieut.. Bert T. Dommitt.
Company B (San Diego)— Captain Ed-
ward Fletcher; 1st Lieut.. Herbert H.
Fay; 2d Lieut.. Herman J. Schiegel.
Compan.v C (Los Angeles) — Captain A.
C. F. Dee; 1st Lieut., Wm. H. Flood;
2d Lieut. Charles O. Barnett.
Company D (Pomona) — Captain, W. W.
Midgley; 1st Lieut.. Leon F. Beckett;
2d Lieut., Maurice E. Ludden.
Company E (Anheim) — Captain, Herman
Stern; 1st Lieut.. John Kellenberger;
2d Lieut., John T. Sellinger.
Company F (Los Angeles) — Captain,
Frederick B. Braden; 1st Lieut., Peter
J. Conley; 2d Lieut., Matthew A. Pa-
len.
Company G (Redlands)— 1st Lieut., C, W.

Lelir; 2d Lieut., J. G. Baldridge.
Company H (Long Beach) — Captain,
Lewis A. Paine; 1st Lieut.. A. D. Bor-
den; 2d Lieut., N. Holmes.
Company I (Pasadena) — Captain, Chas.
F. Hutchins; 1st Lieut.. A. P. Harri-
soii; 2d Lieut., V. S. Packard.
Company K (San Bernardino)— Captain,
O. R. C. Grow; 1st Lieut.. P. D. Swing;
2d Lieut.. E. T. Ham.
Companv L (Santa Ana) — Captain, Louis
L. Vestal; 1st Lieut., R. C. Howe; 2d
Lieut.. Frank L. Worden.
Companv M (Riverside) — Captain, Fred-
erick M. Heath; 1st Lieut., Peter J.
Bollinger; 2d Lieut., Hugh O. Hig-
gins.

VETERAN RESERVES.

Company A (Oakland) — Captain. Henry
C. Garlock; 2d Lieut., Melvin Prescott.

NAVAL MILITIA OF CALIFORNIA.

Captain. George W. Bauer (S. F.); Lieut.
Commander. George E. Kiimmerer (S.
F.); Chief Engineer, M. Ray Costerisan
(Los Angeles); Lieutenant, Henry P.
Smith (Oakland); Paymaster. Cecil C.
Dennis (Alameda); Surgeon, Thomas
B. \V. Leland (S. F.); Assistant Sur-
geons, Charles C. Paik (Eureka), A.
J. Murrieta (Los Angeles). Willis R.
Congdon (Santa Cruz), Otto F. Wes-
terfeld (S. F.)

DIVISION OFFICERS.

First Division (San Francisco) — Lieut.,
John A. McGee; Lieut. Jr.. Walter E.
Conlin.

Second Division (San Francisco) — Lieut..
Thomas S. Harloe; Lieut., A. J. Fritz,
Jr.

Third Division (San Diego) — Lieut.. Don-
ald M. Stewart; Ensign, John E. Par-
rish.



ASYLl'Mrf — HOSPITALS— BANKS.



65



Fourth Divisiua (Santa Cruz)— Lieut.,
A. A. Morev; Lieut. Jr., Jas. H. Wil-
Icv; Ensign VVni. P. Netlierton.

Flftn Division (Eureka)— Lieut.. Edward
McLauglilin; Lieut. Jr.. Tiiomas F. Fo-
ley; Ensigns. Adolph B. Adams, Leland
L. Barnard.

Sixth Division (Santa Barbara)— Lieut..
Albert L. Caldwell; Lieut. Jr.. Fred-
erick J. Smith; Ensigns. John P.
Smitli, James D. Cavalletto. '

First Engineer Division (San Francisco)
— Lieut.. Wm. Speck; Lieut. Jr., Sec-
ond Engineer Division (Los Angeles).
Alonzo H. Woodbine; Ensigns, George
E. r>ink. Jolm Jai'dine.

ASYLUMS, HOSPITALS AND
HOMES.

Altenheim (German Old People's Home)
— Hopkins bet Beulah Park and Ftuit-
vale av; Matron, Mrs Eva Behnken.
Beulah Rescue Home (Salvation Army) —
Beulah near Mills College; Matron,
Adjt Emma F Baile.v.
Beulah Orphanage — Beulah near Mills
College. Founder, Mrs. C. J. Montgom-
ery; Matron, Mrs M B Cushman.
California Girls" Training Home — NE cor
Linden st and Lincoln av. Matron.
Julia E Bush.
Children's Home — 393 Forty- fifth. Con-
ducted by Ladies' Relief Society of
Oakland; Matron, Ehira Gordon.
CLAREMONT HOSPITAL ASSN. Pres,
Hayward G Thomas; Treas. P'rank L
Adams; Sec, (George Reinhardt; oper-
ating East Bay Sanatorium, 1505 Tele-
graph av. (See inside back cover.)
Countv Receiving Hos'pital — West s
Franklin bet 4th and 5th. Drs. O D
Hamlin and W H Irwin in charge;
Steward, H A Borchert; Warden, J M
Page.
Count.v Receiving Hospital, Insane De-
partment — West s Franklin bet 4th
and 5th.
EAST BAY SANATORIUM— Claremont
Hospital Association, 1505 Telegraph
av. Supt, Miss Louise Adams Moore;
visiting hours. 2 to 5 p m.
FABIOLA HOSPITAL ASSN— Pres, Mrs
John Yule: Vice Pies, Mrs Remi Cha-
bot; Treas, Mrs Q A (_''hase; Sec. Mrj
Shuey.
FABIOLA HOSPITAL— West Moss av,
ne cor Broadway. Resident Physician,
Hester M Sutherland, M D; Asst Resi-
dent Physician. Malinda Goldson, M D;
Interne. Lee Harris; Supt of Nurses.
Katherine Fetch.
Fred Finch Orphanage — East s Peralta
av nr Hopkins and Dimond. Pres, Rev
H B Heacock, D D; Vice Pres. Joseph
F Fordam; Sec, Rev E R Dill, D D;
Treas, I J Truman: Chaplain, Rev W
C Dam.on; Matron. Mrs C A Quincy.
Golden Gate Orphanage (Salvation Army)

— Beulah. Matron, Mrs H Cameron.
Hebron Home — 644 Merrimac. Mgr. J M
Home of Peace — Davis cor Orchard. Ma-
tron, Clara Miner.
Beulah Home for Aged and Infirm Col-
ored People — Beulah.
}.'■ !■ tor Aged Women (Ladies' Relief
Society) — 395 45th. Matron, Alice

Neighbor.
Collin.



King's Daughters" Home — 3900 Broadway.

Pres, Mrs Matilda Brown.
Oakland Central Hospital— 6U0 ]2th coi-

Jefferson.
Oakland Private Sanitarium— 1051 Mar-
ket. Proi)rietors. Drs W H and H S
Maxson.
Our Ladv's Home (for aged and infirm
females )— In charge of Sisters of
Mercv: Brav av s e cor Talcott av.
Pacific Coast Hospital Association — l^o'i

Broadway.
Pettey's Retreat— 3W cor Edwards and

Dwinell.
Providence Hospital— Broadway ne cor
26th. Conducted by the Sisters of
Pro\ idence.
Smith (::'ottages— Fourth av cor Peralti

av.
St Anthonv's Hospital — 1373 Grove.
St John's Hospital— 654 13th. Res Physi-
cian, Curtis Welch.
St Joseuh's Home for Deaf Mutes— 4002
Telegraph av. Conducted by the Sis-
ters of St Joseph.
West Oakland Home— 973 Campbell. To
administer relief to foundlings, orphans
and abandoned children. Pres, Mrs Wm
H Crocker; First Vice Pres, Mrs I A
Beretta; Second Vice Pres, Miss Grace
L Trevor; Rec Sec. Mrs A L Wolfe;
Cor Sec. Mrs W H J Mathews; Treas,
Miss L Denison; Matron, Mrs Melissa
Van Wermer.
Young Women's Christian Assn Boarding
Home — 1424 Franklin.



BANKS AND BANKERS.

BANK OF FRUITVALE— 3120 E 14th.

Capital, $25,800. Pi-es, D L Westover;

Vice Pres and Cashier. R W Westover.
CALIFORNIA BANK— 1101 Washington.

Incorporated Sept 1st, 188 1. Capital

paid in $175,000; authorized. $200,000.

Pres, D Edward Collins; Vice Pres.

John "W Phillips; Cashier. Frank H

Brooks; Asst Cashier, Geo S Lackie.

(See page 19.)
CALIFORNIA BANK (23d av branch) —

■'3d av cor E 14th. Manager, Weymss

Park.
CENTRAL BANK — Ne or Broadway and

I4tli. Authorized capital, $1,000,000;

fully paid in, $300,000; surplus, $561,00.

Pres, Thos Crellin; Vice Pres an<l

Manager, W G Palmanteer; Cashier.

AiL-^on S Blake; Asst Cashier, A L Har-
ris.
CITIZENS BANK OF PRUITVADE— 3106

E 14th. Incorporated July 26. 1906.

Capital. $25,000. Pres, Jacob Vogel;

Vice Pres, J H Riley; Cashier, Le Roy

Robertson.
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' SAV-

ings Bank— 1103 Broadway. Capital,

$500,000. Pres, Ed^on F Adams; Vice

Pres, Sam Bell McKee; Secretary and

Cashier. Geo S Meredith; Asst Cashier,

F C Martens. (See page 19.)
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OAK-

land — Northeast cor 10th and Broadway.

Incorporated May 15, 1875. Capita!

paid up, $300,000. Pres. P E Bowles;

Vice Pres, L C Morehouse; Vice Pres.

I, G Burpee: Cashier E N Walter; Asst

Cashier, S H Kitto; ^sst Cashier; C N

A\ alter. (See page 20.)



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Harbor Bank- Broadway, ne cor oth.

Ohahmau. F W Bilger: Ser Board of

UiriHturs, H H Beldfii.
IN-myXRlAI. BANKING AND TRUST

Co.— San Pablo av ne cor ITih. \ rce

Pres, A H Hawley: Cashii-r. H \\ Cou-

ITALIAN POPULAR BANK— Broadway

and Mb. ( apital. yi'on.uuu. Pres, Ciiev
) F huKazi: (fishier. F N Belgrano;
Asst Casliu-r. P Morbio; i.ucal Mgr, G
GbiyUtTi. ( Si-f iiaRt' -H. I

OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS— Broad-
wav ne cor U'lli. Incorporated Aug 13,
li<6"7. Capital paid up, $1,000,000. Pres,
Henrv Rogers; Mgr. W W Garthwaite;
Casbier and Secretary. J Y Eccleston;
Asst Cashier. Samuel Brick: Asst
Cashier, F A Allardt; Asst Secretary.
James A Thompson. (See page 18.)

Oakland Clearing House— 5l:i 12th.

Patrick, Elliott & Camp— lOloVj Broad-

SECURITY BANK AND TRUST CO.—

lU'' Broadwav. Incorporated March o.
1903. Capital" naid up, $140,000. Pres,
H C Capwell; Vice Pres. A D Wilson;
Secretary and Cashier, Chas A Smith;
Asst Casbier. R S Knii^lit. (See n ly. >

STATE SAVINGS BANK— Thi-teenth n\v
cor Franklin. Capital and surplus.
$•'00,000. Pres. J C McMullen; Vice
Pi-es, Dudley Kinsell; Cashier, R J Mc-
Mullen.

SYNDICATE BANK— San Pablo av cor
38tb. Incorpoiated July U. 1903. Au-
thorized and subscribed capital, $100,-
(100; paid up, $100,000. Pres, E A Her-
on- First Vice Pres, Henry Wadsworth;
Second Vice Pres. W H Martin; Cash-
ier. R L Chase.

UNION NATIONAL BANK— Proadwuv
nw cor 12th. Incorporated May 16,
1875. Capital, $150,000. Pres, Chas E
Palmer; Vice Pres. J Dalzell Brown;
Cashier, W W Crane; Asst Cashier,
Edward H Geary; Asst Cashier, George
Schammel. (See page 20.)

UNION SAVINGS BANK— Broi'dwav ne
cor 13th. Incorporated May 26. 1869
Capital paid up, $300,000; reserve and
surplus. $282,500. Pres. William G
Henshaw; Vice Pres, Charles T Ro-
doli)h; Cashier. A E H Cramer; Asst
Cashier. E E Boaidman.

WEST OAKLAND BANK AND ''RUST
(^o.— 1788 7th. Incorporated March o,
1903. Cauital, $50,000. Pres, O P
Breiling; Vice Pres. Wm Long; Cash
ier. J E Burpee.

I'.ANRRS' TRUST COMPANY OF OAK-
land- 42;: 12th ne cor Broadway. Cap-
ital iiaid uj). $300,000. Pres, W W
Gaithwaite; Vice Pres, Henry Rogers:
Vice Pres, J Y Kccleson : Sec, James A
Thomson; Asst Sec. D .. Bulmoi-e;
Treas, Arthur E Caldwell; Attorney.
Arthur G Tasheirn.



tHURCHES.

BAPTIST

T?.tli K.I. II I colored ) — W s Filbert, bet
7th and Stb. Rev F T Walker, r 368
."•th, iiastor. Sundav services. 11 a m
and 7:30 i. m; Sunday School, 12:30 o
m; i>rayer meeting Wednesday. 7:30
|) m



Calvary Baptist Church— .West near 12th.
Rev Wm Uhomas, pastor, r 1005 West.
Sundav services. Ham and 7:30 p m;
Sunday School, 12:30 p m; V P S C E,
Sunday, 6:30 p m

Chinese Mission — 915 Webster

Claremont Baptist — College cor Clare-
monl av. Sunday School, 3 p m;
prayer meeting 4:30 p m

Emer> \ille Chapel — Watts nr Park av.
Emeryville

First — Telegraph av nw cr Jones. Rev
H J Vosburgh, pastor, r 474 26th. Sun-
day services, 11 a m and 7:45 p m;
Sunday School, 12:30 p m, prayer meet-
ing, Wednesdav, 7:30 p m

First Free — S s 21st nr Brush. Rev
W R Reud. pastor, i- 1570 Grove. Sun-
day services, 11 a m and 7:30 p m;



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