position. "Within ten months each one of the great exhibit
palaces of the main group of exposition buildings will be
under construction. All of them will be completed on or
before June 25, 1914.
"The first great palace to be commenced will be that de-
voted to machinery. The contract for this will be let on or
before November 11; from then on contracts for the other
great exhibit palaces will be let at the rate of two a month,
and all of these great structures must be in course of con-
struction inside of nine months. It is estimated that ten
months is the maximum limit of time necessary to complete
the most elaborate of the palaces.
"While other expositions have employed a great number
of men shortly before their opening and have consequently
cost a great deal in time and efficiency, we will distribute our
labor so that the maximum employment will come a long
time before the Exposition opens. A large number of men
will be given employment within ninety days, and this num-
ber will be gradually increased until the fall of 1913. when
the work of construction will be at its height on all buildings,
and as rapidly as these are completed the number of men will
become less from month to month.
"The early start upon the Exposition will give it an incal-
culable advantage and greatly contribute to its prestige and
success. It will serve to stimulate the entire work which is
now in all impoVtant phases relatively much further ad-
vanced than at other great world's expositions.
"It is anticipated that the construction work to be under-
taken by the different States and nations will keep pace with
the progress made upon the Exposition palaces.
"The finishing of the buildings at so early a date will give
.•imple time fur the setting and growth of the trees, shrubs
and vines which will be transplanted upon the Exposition
DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS
MAYOR: JAME8 ROLPH, JR.
Offlc*— City Hall, 1231 Market StrMt.
EDWARD RAINET. Mayor'a S«cr»t»rT.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Regular Meeting Every Monday at 2 o'clock at
City Hall, 1231 Market Street.
JOHN S. DUNNIGAN, aerk. City Hall, 1211
Market St.; Room 222.
JOHN W. ROGERS. Chief Ajilatant.
PAUt. BANCROFT, 731 Market St.
GUIDO E. CAGLIERI, 205 Columbua Are.
ANDREW J. GALLAGHER, 418 Oak at.
GEORGE E. GALLAGHER. 148 Kearny St.
A. H. GIANNINI, Bank of Italy.
J. EMMET HAYDEN, 34 Market Bt.
FRED L. HILMBR. 12S Davie St.
OSCAR HOCKS. 568 Guerrero St.
THOMAS JENNINGS, 446 Bryant St.
ADOLF KOSHLAND, 244 California St.
BTRON MAUZY, 250 Stockton St.
WILLIAM H. McCarthy, 15« second St.
RjALPH McLERAN, 1654 McAllister St.
CHARLES A. MURDOCK. 68 Fremont St.
DANIEL C. MURPHY, 712 Mutual Bank Bldg.
EDWARD L. NOLAN, City Hall, 1231 Market St.
HENRY PAYOT. 9(S EUU St.
ALESCANDER T. VOGELSANG. 20 Montt'y St.
Electricity— McLeran, Qlannlni, McCarthy. Call
EJxposltlons — McCarthy, Bancroft, Hayden, Jen-
nings. Vogelsang. Call of Chairman.
Finance — Jennings, McCarthy, Murphy. Friday,
2:30 p. m.
Fire — Glannlnl. Mauzy, McLeran. Thurad'y. 2 p.m.
Judiciary — Murphy, McLeran, Vogelsang. Wed-
nesday, 3:30 p. m.
Lands and Tunnels — Mauzy. Bancroft, Andrew
,1. Gallagher. Friday, 2 p. m.
Lighting and Rates — Nolan, Koehland, Payot.
Thursday. 2 p. m.
Police — Hocks. Cagllerl, Hllmer. Friday, 3:30 p.m.
Public Buildings — Bancroft, George E. Galla-
gher, McLeran. Tuesday, 2 p. m.
Public Efficiency and Civil Service — Murdock,
Glannini, Andrew J. Gallagher. Murphy,
Payot. First and third Tuesdays at 3 p. m.
Public Health — Cagllerl, Koshland, Payot. Wed-
nesday, 10:30 a. m.
Public Utilities— Vogelsang, Bancroft, George E.
Gallagher, Mauzy, Murphy. Wednesday, 2 p. m.
Public Welfare — Payot, Hayden, Murdock. Glan-
nlnl, Andrew .T. Gallagher. Second and fourth
Tuesdays at 3 p. m.
Publictty and Interurban Relations — Hayden,
Hocks, Nolan. Call of Chairman.
Streets and Sewers — George E. Gallagher, Glan-
nini. Nolan. Thursday, 3 p. m.
Supplies — Kosh!:xnd, Hllmer, Murdock. WednM-
day, 3 p. m.
Telephones and Rates — Hllmer. Hayden, Hecks.
Call of Chairman.
Water Service and Rates — Andrew J. Gallagher.
Cagllerl, Mauzy. Call of Chairman.
BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS.
City Hall. 1231 Market Street.
MICHAEL C.^SBY. President. 1777 Fifteenth St.
DANIEL G. FRASKR, G Octavia St.
C. S. LALTMEISTER. 1600 Lake St.
FREDERICK J. CHURCHILL. Secretary.
Meetings Wednesday, 1:30 p. m.; Monday and
Friday, 10 a. m.
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING.
M. M. O'SHAITGHNKSSY, Citv Ensjineer, City
Hall, 1231 Market St.
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE.
City Hall. 1231 Market St.
BUREAU OF STREETS.
ANDREW J. DONOVAN, Chief Deputy, City
Hall. 1231 Market St.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINQS.
T. A. REARDON, McAllister St. and City Hall
BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION.
J. P. HORGAN. Chief Inspector. Clly Hall 1211
STREET REPAIRS, ETC.
D.WID J. McCOY, Superintendent, Eleventh
and Bryant ■''ts.
JOSEPH LINEHAN, Superintendent office 2744
PETER J. OWEN. Superintendent, Eleventh
and Bryant Sts.
QEAPtY STPFET- MUNICIPAL RAILROAD.
Offlre. cor. '-.virr «nd Jn»epbln« flts.
Offlce and Pound. Sixteenth snd Al.iha-na St«.
SAX FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL BAND
JOHN A. KEOGH, Director. Room 401 Citv
BOARD OF FIRB OOMMISSIOinDRS.
Meets Friday, 8 a. m.. City Hall, 1231 Market
HBNRT U. BRANDENSTKIN, President. MlUa
JAMES E. DILLON, 1«7 Lexington Ats.
JOHN DONOHOE, 2699 Mission St.
EUGE.NE E. PF.^EFFLE, 46 Guerrero St.
FI^.\.NK KENNEDY, Secretary, City Hall, 1211
THOS. K. MURPHY, Chief Engineer, City Hall,
i;.'!! Market St.; office hours, 10:S» to 12
CHAHLES TOWE, Fire Marshal, CItT Hall,
1231 Market St.; In ofHce t to J a.m. and 12
to 2 p. ra.
BOARD OF POLICE CO>LMISSIONKRS.
Office — Hall of Justice. Kearny and Waahlngton
Sts. Regular meetings, Thursday at i p. ra.
JESSE B. COOK, President, Savings Union Bank
of San Francisco.
I. H. SPIRO, 20 Beldeman St.
ALEXANDER L. O'GRADT, Weatem Met. Na-
tional Bank Bldg.
JAMES WOODS, St. Francis Hotel.
CHARLES F. SKELLT, Secretary.
D. A. WHITE. Chief of Police.
The Boards of Fire Commissioners and Police
Commissioners have the management of the
DEPART.MENT OF ELEOTRICITY.
WILLIAM J. NTXON, Chief Electrician, U Ful-
DEPARTMENT OP ELECTIONS.
McAllister Street, opposite Hyde.
GEORGE UHL, President. 717 Market St.
THOS. V. CATOR, 3693 Twentv-thlrd St.
JOHN P. HARE, 1349 Folsom St.
CiI.A.RLES L. QUEEN, 533 Ashbury St.
WILLIAM McDEVITT, 1004 Fillmore St.
J. H. ZEMANSKY, Registrar.
Meetings held at the call of the President.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS.
City Hall, 1231 Market Street: Room J40.
E. A. WALCOTT, President, Commonwealth
Club. 153 Kearnv St.
HARRY E. MICHAEL. French Savings Bank.
B. B. ROSENTHAL, 1522 Webster St.
JAMES J. MAHER, Chief Examiner aHd Secre-
t:irv, 106 Chattanooga St.
Meets Monday and Thursday, at 7:30 p. m.
E. R. ZiON. Director, Room 344. City Hall.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
Main Office, 1085 Mission St., near Seventh.
ARTHUR H. BARENDT, Attorney at Law,
President. Mills Bldg.
DR. A. P. O'BRIEN, 128 Post St.
GUY E. MANNING M. D., 891 Sutter St.
GEORGE B. SOMERS, M. D., Lane Hospital.
ARTHUR M. SHARP. 2730 Vallejo St.
PRANK J. KLIMM, 221 Oak St.
DENNIS J. MTTRRAY. 2774 Bryant St.
R. G. BRODRICK. M. D., Health Officer, 1211
WILLIAM C. HASSLER. M. D.. Chief Sanitary
Inspector. 323 Geary St.
ED. M. COFFEY. Chief CTerk and Statlstican,
53 Portola St.
C. M. WOLLENBERG, Superintendent Relief
Home for Aged and Infirm and temporarily
Superintendent of City and Countv Hospital.
AI.ANSON WEEKS. M. D., Chief Surgeon,
A. A. O'NEILL, M. D.. Visiting Physician, Iso-
HTCRBERT GUNN, M. D., City Physician. J4»
Regular meeting of Board, second Tuesday «f
each month immediately following special meet-
ing. Special meeting every Tuesday at 4 p. m.
for hearinc of condemnation cases.
Office. Golden Gate Park lyOdre.
WILLIAM H. METSON. President of Beard.
PURTtS H, LINDLET. Mills Bldg
E^RL M. CUMMTNOR. .1*44 Clav St.
WITJJ.\M H. REMISS. inn Guerrere St.
A B. SPRECKTCLS, California and Davis Sts.
JAMES DE SIICC.-V. Secretarr.
JOHN McLaren. Sup't. Golden Gate Park.
REV. D. O. CROWLEY. Pres't. 7!0 Cliureh St.
JOHN McLARHIN. Park Lodge, Golden O. Park.
TIMOTHY A. REARDON «71 Fulten St.
MARSHALL WALE. !C Pr.sldio Terrace
A. A. D'ANCONA. Pamassud bet. 1st and Id
MRS. M. S, HATWARD. ?121 ?hicha«s» it.
MT = S *GNIi:S O. REGAN. JOM Ellis St.
JOSEPH R. HTCKBT, Becretarr, Room «S1,
Meets Thursday, at J p "i.. In City HaJl.
BOARD OF CENSORSHIP.
Room CSS. City Hall.
J, F. WET^STER. 125 Sutter St.
PETER PESHON. Police Department.
■n'. P. ■R'ORBER. 1325 Sixth Ave. ~
E. M. HECHT. Kohl Bldg.
MARY ASHE MILLER, 1595 Clay St. "
BOABD OF KDUOATIOH.
City Hall, 1231 Maret Street
A. A, D'ANCONA. President, Pamasaua A.T».,
between First and Second Area.
JAMES B. POWER, 2!«1 Bryant St
MISS SALLIE J. JONES, 1323 Majonlo Are.
MRS. MARY W. KINCAID, 2S01 Paclflo AT:
ALFRED RONCOVIERI, Superintendent ef
Schools (ex-officlo. without right to vote), r«»l-
dence 2430 Vallejo St.
MELVIN G. DODGE. Secretary, 1515 Lake St.
Regular meeting day, Wednesday. 2 p. m.
Regular meetings as a High School Board held
on last Wednesday of each month.
PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUSTEES.
MAX C. SLOSS, President. S49I Clay Bt
CHARLES H. BENTLBY, 120 California »t.
WASHINGTON DODOE, City Hall, 1211 Market
R. B. HALE. Market and Sixth Sts.
R. C. HARRISON, 1998 Vallejo St.
SHELDON G. KELLOGG, Crocker Bld«.
JOSEPH O'CONNOR, 335 Pine St
JAMES D. PHELAN, Mutual Sav. Bank Bide
EDWARD R. TAYLOR, 2326 California »t
JOHN H. WISE, 2160-Stelner St
EUSTACE CULLINAN, Phelan Bldg.
GEO. A. MULLIN, Secretary, 2520 Octavia St
Trustees meet first Tuesday of each month la
Library. Hayes and Franklin Sts.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS.
Auditor— THOMAS F. BOYLE, McAlUater It.
Treasurer— JOHN E. McDOUGALD. MoAiUatar
St.. opposite Hyde.
Assessor— JOHN GINTY, City Hall, 1231 Mar-
Tax Collector— J. O. LOW, City Hall, 1231 Mar-
Coroner— DR. T. W. B. LELAND, 363 Fell St
Recorder— EDMOND GODCHAUX, Hall of Reo-
City Attorney— PERCY V. LONG, aty Hall,
1231 Market St
District Attorney— CHARLES M. FICKMCT,
Hall of Justice, Kearny and Waahlnxton Bta.
Public Admlnl»tratoi^-M. J. HTNES, ttl PhS'
County Clerk— H. T. MULCREVT. City Hall.
1231 Market St. (Criminal Department in Hall
Sheriff— FRED EGQERS, McAllister Bt and Cl'ty
THOMAS S. MULVEY, Secretary to Judges.
Civil Departments— City Hall.
Dept. 10— THOS. F. GRAHAM, Presiding Judge,
Dept 7— E. P. MOGAN. Judge, Room BOS.
Dept. 1— J. M. SEA WELL, Judge, Room S23.
Dept. 2— F. J. MURASKY. Judge, Room »14.
Dept. 3— JAMBS M. TROUTT, Judge, Room 107,
Dept. 4^. J. VAN NOSTRAND, Judge. Rra. Git,
Dept. 5— JOHN HUNT. Judge, Room BOS.
Dept. 8— G. A. STURTEVANT, Judge. Rm. Ml.
Dept. 9— J. V. COFFET, Judge, Room E2(.
Extra Session 1— Room «06.
Extra Session 2 — Room B2B.
Extra Session 3 — Room 32B.
Estra Session 4 — Room 333.
Criminal Departments — Hall of Justice Kearny
and Washington Streets.
Dept. 6— FRANK H. DUNNE Judge.
Dept. 11- W. P. LAWLOR. Judge.
Dept. 12— GEO. H. CABANISS. Judge.
FRANK J. MURASKT. Judge.
JT'VENTLE COURT. 2344 Sutter St.
J C. ASTREDO. Chief Probation Officer, Deten-
tion Home, 2344 Sutter St.
MRS. EDWARD L. BALDWIN, Chairman, ttl
Rnena Vista Ave.
JAMBS R. PRINGLE, Merchants' Exchange Bld«.
REV. D. O. CROWLEY, 72(1 Church St.
H'T=:s McKINSTRY 20SS Pacific Ave,
JESOR W. LU.TKNTHAL, Flood Bldg.
E. W. NRWHAT.L. 200 California St.
R. B. QUEEN. Sixteenth and Church Sts,
Courtrooms in Citv H.M1. 1231 Market Street'
JAMES G. CONLAN. Presiding .Judge. Rra. 41:
BERNARD J. FT-OOD, Judge. Room 421.
'A. P. TRKADTA-ELL. Jurljre Room 417.
A T, B^RNETT. Jiidce, Room 4H.
r-HA'J. E. A, CRRTGHTON. Jodtre. Room 42»
ROBT. W. DENNIS. Justices' Clerk. Room 4
Courtrooms in Hnll of Justice. Keamv snd
Dept. I—CHARLES L. WKT.LBR. Judge.
Depf. 2 — .TOHN J. SULLIVAN Judge.
Dept. a— EDWARD P. SHORTALL. Judge.
Dept, 4— DANIEL C, DEASY. Judge.
Fourth Floor. Room 42J. City Hall. IHl Mi
JAMBS H. DBBRTNO, Llbrariaa.
SAN FRANCISCO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1912.
Supervisors Take Firm Stand In Controversy With United Railroads
The Supervisors at their weekly nieeting last Monday, took
the stand that the United Railroads must admit that the city
controls the situation regarding lower Market street before
amicable agreement can be reached as to the joint use of the
outer tracks by the municipality and the railway corporation.
This jtosition was taken after a discussion of a proposition
made by the United Railroads on Saturday last, in which the
corporation offered to jointly share the outer rails in lower
Market street with the city, upon the city accepting certain
terms and conditions imposed in the offer. Instead of the
United Railroads being in position to grant permission to the
city to operate its Geary street cars over the outer rails, the
Supervisors held tl-.at it was for the city to grant permission
to the private corporation to use these tracks, should it so elect.
The Supervisors further held that the recent judgment for-
feited the United Railroads' right to operate its Sutter street
cars down Market street to the ferry landing.
While it was agreed that regulations looking toward the
joint use of poles, wires and outer rails in lower Market street
should be entered into, preliminary to these negotiations, the
United Railroads must admit that these rails are controlled by
the city, and furthermore, the corporation must dismiss any
appeal from the judgment which forfeited the Sutter street
A resolution was passed approving the general plans for
sixty-five new double-truck cars, to be installed for service by
the United Railroads, to l)e delivered upon the following con-
struction schedule: Thirty-five cars to be built as per revised
blue print on file in the clerk's office of the Board, and thirty
cars to be of the same general type of construction, except that
the row of longitudinal seats be replaced by cross seats in the
inner or closed compartment.
Special Meetiiii; to Consider Spring \'aUey Oflter.
The Board decided to meet as a committee of the whole on
Thursday evening to discuss the offer made by the Spring Val-
ley Water Company to sell to the city for $38,500,000, all of
its holdings exclusive of 2,300 acres in the Lake Merced res-
Disposal of Stockton Street Tunnel Protests.
All protests against the Stockton street tunnel assessment
report, not previously disposed of, were denied.
Powers of Telephone Committee Are Enlarged.
A resolution was adopted giving the Committee on Tele-
phones and Rates the right to hear and determine all com-
plaints, correct abuses and control the telephone service to the
full extent of the city's power.
Site for Municipal Auditorium is Purchased.
An expenditure of $200,000 was authorized to purchase the
old .Mechanics Pavilion property, bounded by Larkin, Polk,
Hayes and Grove streets, as a site for the auditorium which
will be one of the features of the Civic Center area. The
Mechanics' Institute, which owns the property, will accept
Civic Center bonds to the amount of one-half of the purchase
Additional appropriations totaling $223,670.16 were made
for the purchase of other lands required for Civic Center pur-
Ordinances Finally Passed.
Prohibiting the unauthorized use of or interference with the
Auxiliary High Pressure Water System.
Providing for raising the amount of money required for
Panama-Pacific International Exposition under the provisions
of section 2 2, article IV, of the Constitution of the State of
California, as amended November 8, 1910.
Providing for fire drills for persons employed or otherwise
in attendance in factories, workshops, public or private schools,
asylums or department stores.
Amending section IS of Ordinance No. 1651 (New Series),
known as the "Tunnel Procedure Ordinance."
Granting permission to the Pacific Gas and Electric Com-
pany to maintain and operate a spur track in Vermont street,
north of Alameda street. ,
Granting permission to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Pe
Railway Company to maintain and operate a spur track from
the tracks in Fairfax avenue, betewen Quint and Rankin
streets, along Fairfax avenue to a point between Rankin and
Approving and adopting the official map of the subdivision
of the City and County of San Francisco, known as F. L. A.
Pioche and L. L. Robinson subdivision of a part of San Miguel
Approving and adopting the official map of Second Addition
to Glen Park Terrace.
.\ccepting a deed of land from William H. Crocker and C. E.
Green, president and secretary, respectively, of the Crocker
Estate Company, to the City and County of San Francisco in
the Second Addition to Glen Park Terrace, to be used for drain-
Accepting a deed from William H. Crocker and C. E. Green,
president and secretary, respectively, of the Crocker Estate
Company, for the opening and extension of Bosworth street as
delineated upon that certain map described as Jlap of Second
Addition to Glen Park Terrace.
Fixing the width of sidewalks on the northerly side of
Geary street, between Stockton street and Powell street, at
nine feet, and on the southerly side, between Stockton street
and Powell street, at fifteen feet.
Providing tor the full acceptance of the crossing of Geary
street and Seventh avenue; crossing of Geary street and Eighth
Establishing grades on Utah street; on Fifteenth avenue;
on Girard and Berlin streets, between Woolsey and Wilde
streets; on Goettingen street, between Woolsey and Harkness
streets; on Dwight, Olmstead, Mansell, Ordway, Ward and
Harkness streets, between San Bruno avenue and Goettingen
street, and on Wilde street, between San Bruno avenue and
Providing for the conditional acceptance of the crossing of
Congress street and JIasonic avenue; crossing of Anza street
and Seventeenth avenue.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS GR.\NTS VARIOIS PERJOTS.
The Supervisors have taken the following action upon peti-
tions for permits:
Referred to Fire Committee.
Oil Storage Tanks — Collins, McCarthy Candy Company, at
25-31 Beale street; E. L. Heuter, on north side of Bush street, 180
feet east of Jones street; Turner Company, at Market, Brady and
Laundry — P. Mon, at 3727 Twenty-second street.
Referred to Public Health Conxmittee.
Veterinary Hospital — K. 0. Steers, on north line of Anza
street, 82 feet 6 inches west of Tenth avenue.
Permits Recommended — Passed to Print.
Oil Storage Tank — N. Hansen, north side of Fulton street,
137 feet 6 inches west of Steiner street.
Garage — A. R. Walther, west side of First avenue, 100 feet
south of Clement street.
Permits Granted — Final Pa.ssage.
Stable — Wong Hang, on northeast corner of Twentieth ave-
nue and Balboa street.
Oil Storage Tanks — George D. Stone, 119 Sacramento street,
capacity 1.500 gallons; City and County of San Francisco, north-
east corner of O'Farrell and Scott streets, capacity 2,000 gallons;
Wm. F. Hyde, Jr., northeast corner of Sixteenth street and Julian
avenue, capacity 1,500 gallons; Sterling Laundry Company, 56
Julian avenue, capacity 2,500 gallons; Bickel Estate Company,
northwest side of Mission street, 415 feet southwest of Seventh
street, capacity 1,500 gallons; Lux School of Industrial Training,
northeast corner of Seventeenth and Hampshire streets, capacity
1,500 gallons; Hale Bros., south corner of Fifth and Market
streets, capacity 1,500 gallons; Saunders Preserve Company,
northwest side of Bryant street, northeast of Chesley street,
capacity 1,500 gallons: German Savings and Loan Society, south-
east corner of Twenty-first and Mission streets, capacity 1,800
gallons; Standard Oil Company, northwest corner of Bush and
Sansome streets, capacity 2,000 gallons.
Boilers — City and County of San Francisco, northeast corner
of O'Farrell and Scott streets, for two boilers of 100-horsepower
each; Frye & Co., 119 Sacramento street, lO-horsepower; John
Larraburu, 365 Third avenue, li-j-horsepower; Saunders Preserve
Co., Inc., northwest side of Bryant street, northeast of Chesley
street, 30-horsepower, for manufacturing purposes; Eugene Smith
Company, top floor, 231 First street, 5-horsepower, for water-
proofing business; J. Chavalas & Co., 1235 Folsom street, 5-horse-
power, for candy factory.
Laundry — Antoine Lachine, northerly line of Pacific street, 67
feet 6 inches easterly from Powell street.
Garages — Bert Perry, north side of Geary street, 32 feet 6
inches west of Twelfth avenue; Albert A. Rhine, south side of
Geary street, 187 feet 6 inches west of Jones street.
.SCHOOI. DIRECTORS HOLD THREE SESSIONS.
Several Teachers Resign from the Department and Vacancies
Ave riUe<l From the Eligible Liist.
At a meeting of the School Directors, held on the ISth inst.,
a resolution was unanimously adopted exonerating James
Foley, storekeeper in the department, of charges of intoxica-
tion and of having solicited a bribe. President D'Ancona, who
had conducted an investigation into the charges, reported that
the charges were not only "not sustained — they were dis-
The directors again met on the 20th inst., and elected as
regular teachers Mrs. Eva H. North, Miss Mabel F. Reid, Helen
Flanagan, Clara M. Devine, Estelle G. Edwards, Mrs. E. W.
Miss Julia C. Coffey and John A. Lenehan were regularly
confirmed as principals of the Daniel Webster and Hamilton
The "Studies of Animal Life." Walker-Whitney & Lucas,
was adopted for use in the high schools of the department,
as was also Davison's "Human Body and Health" (advanced).
The resignations of Rose B. Fouts. Marie F. Donahue and
Mrs. Margaret Dwyer, were accepted, the latter subject to the
provisions of the Teachers' Annuity Act.
Nora G. McDonough, Jane F. O'Reilly, Mrs. M. D. McGlade,
Clarice Kirwin and Anne Whitley were granted leave of ab-
sence and Mrs. L. A. Robinson, who was on leave was per-
mitted to return to duty.
Katherine G. Senler, having satisfactorily completed the
probationary term, was appointed a regular teacher in the
The resignation of Mrs. Emma A. Rollins, a janitress, was
Eustace M. Peixotto was selected as supervisor of athletics
for the Public Schools Athletic Club.
At a meeting held last Monday Clara J. Forsberg was trans-
ferred to the Lincoln School from the Starr King School.
Mrs. Elizabeth Powers was assigned from leave of absence
to the Denman School.
Maude M. Jones was transferred from the Redding to the
Spring Valley School and Miss M. Brierton appointed vice-
principal of the Frank McCoppin School.
Miss A. M. Tietjen was assigned to take charge of classes
in German at the San Francisco Commercial Schools.
The following substitute teachers were appointed: Frances
Brimskill, Marie Koenecke, Gladys Bennett, Tillie A. Papina,
Esther A. Leonard, Mona M. Jones, Christie Corlette, Anna
M. Quirk, Irene E. Steinhauser, Anna Piske, Katherine E.
Reese, Gertrude O. Dowdall, Marion Cooper.
Miss N. E. Carson was transferred from the Laguna Honda
to the Washington Grammar School and Miss L. M. Brooks,
was retired with twenty-one-thirtieths of the maximum annuity
allowed under the law for twenty-one years' service in the
Harry Murray was appointed janitor at the Monroe School
to succeed Olinto Vannucci, removed.
Emilie Heinemann, a teacher at the Lincoln Evening School,
was granted leave of absence until the beginning of the fall
term 1913. owing to ill-health.
RAILW.W MIST KEEP XIXTH STREET IX REP.\IR.
City .\ttorney Long has rendered an opinion that while the
terms of the original franchise under which the United Rail-