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^rsen — Nineteenth Avenue and Ulloa Street 6.6

.incoln (Golf Course) — Thirty-fourth Avenue and Clem-
ent Street 210.0

Carina — Marina Boulevard 40.0

*IcCoppin — Twenty-second Avenue and Taraval Street.... 7.5

"IcKinley — Twentieth and Vermont Streets 4.4

iJcLaren — Excelsior District - llj.O

lAission — Eighteenth and Dolores Streets 14.0




HERBLKT
Pre.-iident.



FLLISHHACKKR
Park Commission



Mount Davidson 26.0

Mountain Lake — Thirteenth Avenue and Lake Street 20.0

Palace of Fine Arts — Marina 10.0

Palace of Fine Arts Lagoon — Marina 4.6

Pioneer — Kearny and Greenwich Streets ^ 2.0

Portsmouth — Kearny and Washington Streets 1.29

Presidio — Parked Strip 24.0

St. Mary's — Harrison and Bryant Streets 0^

Sharp Park— San Mateo County 400.0

South — Second and Bryant Streets OJ

Sunset Boulevard (Proposed) 85.0

Sunset — Twenty-sixth .\venue and Vicente Street 7.5

Sutro Heights — Great Highway „ 60.0

Union Square — Post and Stockton Streets 2.6

Washington — Filbert and Stockton Streets 2.2







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January-February



BOARD OF TRUSTEE3, CALIFORNIA
PALACE OF THE LEGION OF HONOR

Lincoln Park Telephone: EVergreen 0858



Herbert Fleishhacker, President 1 Sansome Street

William F. Humphrey Standard Oil Building

William Sproule 1150 Sacramento Street

M. Earl Cummings 3966 Clay Street

George Tourny 526 California Street

Mrs. A. B. Spreckels Hunter-Dulin Building

Paul Shoup 65 Market Street

W'alter D. K. Gibson 2 Pine Street

W. M. Strcther, Secretary, de Young Museum

Golden Gate Park

Cornelia B. Sage Quinton Director



BOARD OF TRUSTEES

M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL

MUSEUM

Golden Gate Park Telephone: SKyline 3784



George T. Cameron, Honorary President

Chronicle Building

Herbert Fleishhacker, President 1 Sansome Street

William F. Humphrey Standard Oil Building

WiUiam Sproule 1150 Sacramento Street

M. Earl Cummings 3966 Clay Street

George Tourny 526 California Street

Joseph O. Tobin Hibernia Bank Building

Xion R. Tucker 1919 California Street

Mrs. Helen Cameron Burlingame

W. M. Strother .^ Secretary

George Barron Curator



CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

Room 236, City Hall Telephone: UNderhill 8500



Matt I. Sullivan. President Humboldt Bank Building

Major Charles H. Kendrick.. First Xat'l Bank Building

Mrs. Parker S. Maddux 2868 Vallejo Street

W^. W. Chapin Hunter-Dulin Building

R. S. W^oodward Secretary and Engineer



ADULT PROBATION BOARD

333 Kearny Street Telephone: DAvenport 2715

Andrew Y. Wood, Chairman.. 460 Fourth Street

James S. Fennell, \'ice-Chairman 666 Mission Street

Augustin C. Keane, Secretary Hearst Building

Mrs. Henry Sahlein 1718 Jackson Street

William H. Nicholl, Chief Adult Probation Dept.

JUVENILE COURT

150 Otis Street Telephone: UNderhill 8500

Frank J. Murasky Judge

Assistants

Frank H. Dunne Judge

Michael J. Roche Judge

J. C. Astredo Chief Probation Officer

PROBATION COMMITTEE

Juvenile Court
150 Otis Street Telephone: UNderhill 8500

Miss L. L. McKinstry, President. ...2988 Pacific Avenue

Mrs. Walter Arnstein 2211 Washington Street

Rev. John W. Sullivan 3321 Sixteenth Street

Miss Ruth Turner Fairmont Hotel

Daniel Koshland 98 Battery Street

Maurice Harrison Crocker Building

Byron Mobbs Bank of California

Justices' Courts

T. F. Prendergast, Judge Room 386, City Hall

Cornelius J. Kelly, Judge Room 306, City Hall

Frank T. Deasv, Judge_ Room 385, City Hall

Frank W. Dunn. Judge Room 387, City Hall

Isadore Harris, Judge Room 379, City Hall

Robert W. Dennis, Justices' Clerk..Room 300, City Hall

PUBLIC POUND

16th and Alabama Streets Telephone: MArket 4755
Matthew McCurrie Secretary

LAW LIBRARY

Room 426, City Hall Telephone: UNderhill 8500
Robert C. Owens Librarian

HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT

Room 302, City Hall Telephone: UNderhill 8500

Dudley Moulton, Horticulturist 244 California Street

AUDITORIUM

Larkin and Grove Streets Telephone: UNderhill 55H

James L. Foley Superintendent




Milli Field, San Francisco's Municipal Airport



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PLUNKETT-LILIENTHAL
& CO.

Stocks and Bonds



Members
San Francisco Stock Exchange
San Francisco Curb Exchange



232 Montgomery Street Phone DOuglas 6050

SAN FRANCISCO



RAndolph 0666



RAndolph 0700



H. H. SMITH

LUMBER AND BUILDING
MATERIAL

WOOD AND COAL



2 HILLSIDE BLVD.



DAY CITY, CALIF.



The Liverpool and London »nd
Globe Insurance Co., Ltd.



\.



Fire


Riot


Earthquake


Explosion


Rents


Tornado


Profits


Automobile


Use and Occupancy


Tourist Floater


Mail Package


Aircraft Damage



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Pacific Department:
444 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO

Thomas H. Anderson, Manager William G. Rich, A3tt. Manager

George F. Guerraz, Assittant Manager



HANCOCK BROS.

EXPERT TICKET SERVICE

25 Jessie Street

SAN FRANCISCO



J. J. McGRATH

SHERIFF
SAN MATEO COUNTY



Phone UNDERHILL 1727 Res. Phone MONTROSE 4748

C. p. FARRIS

PAINTER, PAPERHANGER and DECORATOR
Estimates Free



1452 Haight Street



San Frandico



KENNY BROTHERS

132 Fourth Street GArfield 1719



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January-Februar



(California Corrugated

Culvert Co.

armco culverts



818 Crocker BIdg.
San Francisco



Phone Douglas
4457



JOHN FINN, President



ROBERT B. FINN, Secretary



JOHN FINN METAL WORKS

SAN FRANCISCO and SEATTLE

Babbitt Metals and Solders - Type Metals and Zinc Dust
Galvanizing and Sherdardizing

372-398 SECOND STREET

Telephone SUTTER 4188



PHONE KEARNY 2623



F. J. CARROLL, Prop.



San Francisco Brass Foundry

EsIablUhed 1880

BRASS, BRONZE AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS



48-50 Clementina St.

Bel. First and Second
SAN FRANCISCO



Manufacturers of

SUPERIOR BRONZE BUSHINGS

COMET BRONZE BEARINGS



BEN C. GERWIGK, Inc.

Ben C. Gerwick, President

contractors f ENGINEERS
Specialists in Pier and Wharf Repairs

CONSTRUCTION OF

WHARVES, PIERS, TERMINALS, BRIDGES

FOUNDATIONS, CAISSONS

SUBMARINE & SUBAQUEOUS WORK

PILE DRIVING

Telephone DOuglas 6329

112 Market Street San Francisco



RAILS — New or Relaying — RAILS

In Sizes Ranging from 8 lb. to 100 lb.

LOCOMOTIVES — CARS

Freight and Passenger Equipment

Machinery
New and Used

United Commercial Company, Inc.

234 Steuart Street, San Francisco
Phone DAVENPORT 2355



46



th 1884-

1930

ANNIVERSARY




A giant industry of the Bay celebrates its 46th
birthday.

Throughout the entire world . . . "PABCO
PRODUCTS" are known for their high quality
. . . a quality reflected back to their home on
San Francisco Bay.

46 years of progressive activity has developed
one of the West's leading institutions and one
of the largest roofing manufacturers in the
world! . . . THE PARAFFINE COMPANIES,
INC.!

PABCO PRODUCTS



PABCO ROOFING

SHINGLES

WALL BOARD

MULCH PAPER

FELT

BUILDING PAPER

PABCOTITE

FLOATINE



PAINTS

VARNISHES

ENAMELS

LACQUERS

PABCO RUGS

YARD GOODS

MASTIPAVE



The Paraffine Companies, Inc.

SEATTLE PORTLAND OAKLAND SAN FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES " KANSAS CITY



H. E. Casey Company

BUILDING MATERIAL
SAN MATEO / BURLINGAME



Phone MARKET 1461

H. LEOPOLD MACHINE AND
GEAR WORKS

GENERAL MACHINE WORK

LAUNDRY MACHINERY / GEAR CUTTING

MACHINISTS / ENGINEERS

3250 SEVENTEENTH ST., Corner Capp



ALFRED H. VOGT



JOHN D. DAVIDSON



VOGT & DAVIDSON, Inc.

Builders and Managers of Construction
SAN FRANCISCO



San Francisco, Calif.
85 Stevenson Street
Phone Sutler 1533



Oakland, Calif.

Builders* Exchange

Phone Lakeside 67S0



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SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES

Civil Departments, Fourth Floor, City Hall
Criminal Departments, Third Floor, Hall of Justice





JUDGE FRANK J. MURASKY



JUDGE C. J. GOODELL. PRESIDING





JUDGE GEORGE H. CABANISS



ILDiii: MICHAEL J. ROCHE



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January-February



SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES




JUDGE JOHN J. VAN NOSTRAND




JUDGE EDWARD P. SHORTALL




JUDGE LILE T. JACKS




JUDGE JAMES G. CONLAN



January-February



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35



BANCROFT-WHITNEY GO.

Law Publishers

Phone Market 378 200 McAllister Street

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Tel. DAvenport 2500

JOSHUA HENDY IRON WORKS

Iron Founders ■ Machinists' Engineers



Office : 200 Pine Street



SAN FRANCISCO



CALIFORNIA



A. LEVY & J. ZENTNER CO.

DISTRIBUTORS,

FRUITS and VEGETABLES

Home Office

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

Telephone DAvenport 8530

BRANCHES

Sacramento Oakland Eureka Stockton Santa Rosa Fresno San Jose

Chico Alturas Estudilio Merced Reno, Nev. Elko, Nev.



Full Size i Net Weight r Two-Pound




QUALITY



AND



QUANTITY

Leslie-California Salt Co.



155 Montgomery Street
SAN FRANCISCO



LOS ANGELES



SEATTLE



KNIGHT-COUNIHAN CO.

Printers i Lithographers
Stationers



500 Sansome Street



SAN FRANCISCO



(9*««feg)



TELEPHONE 0371



PODESTA and BALDOCCHI

FLORISTS

Members of the Florists Telegraph Delivery- Association
Telephone SUtter 6200



224-226 Grant Avenue



San Francisco



Champion Electric Lamps

Are being used in all City Institutions as well as all
Leading Hospitals

They are sold by
Panama Lamp & Com. Company

815 Howard Street



Lady Attendant at All Hours



Telephone:
Mission 1811



H. F. SUHR CO., INC.

Funeral Directors



H. FRED SUHR. Pres.
HERBERT F. SUHR, Mgr.



2919 Mission Street

Between 2Sth and 26th
San Francisco



I'.uv irom firms that advertise with us



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January-February



Manufacturers of

Electric, Hydro-Electric and Hydraulic

Elevators for Every Conceivable

Purpose

Elevator Repair Work
Elevator Service



Inquiries Invited



Spencer Elevator Company

166-180 Seventh Street, San Francisco, Calif.
Telephone MArket 2500



The T. J. Cardoza Company

Manufacturing Stationers

Superfinish Products

Paper Rulers

Bookbinders

School Supplies

Annuals, Catalog

and Check Covers

Pass Books
Savings Pass Books

Telephones: DOUGLAS 2995 and 2996

455 Mission Street San Francisco



Certified Laboratory Products

Nitrous Oxide / Oxygen < Ethylene
Carbon Dioxide



liiiii>miiiiji..ii



Phone MArket 4227
1379 Folsom Street San Francisco, Calif.



42 yEACX



OF SERVICE
TO THE PUBLIC



A Complete Line of

MANUFACTURED

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT KITCHEN

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

Chinaware i Glassware / Silverware
and Cooking China

TILE CONTRACTORS FOR

Residences i Hospitals i Schools
Institutions and Steamships

WHOLESALERS FOR
Household Supplies and Fireplace Goods

Mangrum-Holbrook Company



Phone MArket 2400



1235 Mission Street



San Francisco



M. SCANDURRA



E. ELLISEN



D. CAIMOTTO



California Terrazzo Marble Company

Terazzo i Marble f Tile
Cement Work



2083 San Bruno Avenue Phone ATwater 0541

SAN FRANCISCO



ii



ALTCCALL

PAGING / FIRE ALARM i WATCHMAN

and Sprinkler Supervisory Services

Are Nationally Known

AS RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT SYSTEMS



))



320 Market Street



San Francisco, Calif.



"Dependable Emergency Power"

is always available to users of ES-B-ES Systems

ES - B - ES CO.

Emergency Light 8C Power Services

320 Market Street Telephone KEarny 0058

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA



COFFIN-REDINGTON CO.

Wholesale Druggists

Importers and Jobbers of

Drugs, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries

DEPOT FOR PARKE, DAVIS & COMPANY

401-433 Mission Street San Francisco



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January-February



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J7



SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES




JUDGE TIMOTHY I. FITZPATRICK




JUDGE LOUIS H. WARD




JUDGE THOMAS F. GRAHA^^I




JUDGE DANIEL C. DEASY



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January-February



SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES




January-February



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39



Sonoma Mission Creamery, Inc.

Manufacturers and Dealers in

BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
Factory: SONOMA CITY, CALIF.

Sales Dept: 1433-41 Sto.kion Street, Phone GArfield 20S8
SAN FRANCISCO



35 SIXTH STREET 70 FOURTH STREET

Cor. Stevenson Cor. Jessie

1730 FILLMORE STREET
Near Sutter

The Leader ^airy Lunch, inc.

MAIN OFFICE, 70 FOURTH STREET
SAN FRANCISCO

Phone SUttcr 0237
631 BROADWAY 63 FIFTH STREET

Near Grant At the Latikershim Hotel

Good Food i Popular Prices



Phone GArfield 1937

Nebbia Pastry Company

ITALIAN AND FRENCH PASTRIES
414 Columbus Avenue San Francisco



BOSS of the ROAD
OVERALLS

(Union Made)
Manufactured by

NEUSTADTER BROS.

San Francisco, Portland, New York and Los Angele*




ALFREDO ROSSI 8i COMPANY

The Beit Italian Oils



Production and Export of
OLIVE OILS from the
LIGURIAN RIVIERA
Telephone GArfield 5130



Main Office: GENOA, ITALY
Branch Office:
627B VALLEJO STREET
San Francisco, Calif.



MICHEL & PFEFFER

IRON WORKS

Harrison and Tenth Streets
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



^ ITAUAM AMD FRCNCH '




Telephone SUtter 2015
1362 Stockton Street at Vallejo San Francisco



MOGAN & COMPANY

DRAYING

Forwarders, Distributors and Warehousing

Automobiles, Airplanes, Merchandise Crated and Boxed for Export
or Dotnestic Shiptnent

764 Clay Street San Francisco

Telephone DAVENPORT 9860



Phone DOUGLAS 3802

Harvard Billiard & Pool Parlor

ENGLISH BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER POOL
THIRTEEN TABLES



TOM LADOS, Prop.



36 KEARNY ST.



SINCLAIR'S



Fidelity Hams and Bacon



TIEDEMANN & HARRIS, Inc.



THE rLLUSTT!AT10NS ARE PHOTOGRAPHS Of THE S*ME MACHINE


JOHNSON SPEED TABLE


SAW


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COUJUJ WRENCH












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STOP- BLOCK -CLAMP




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FRlCTtOM -CLAMP












RLEING-CLAMP










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DOLIBIX-SET-GAUGE '■^^




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ALEMITE OILING SYSTEM ^*


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SETTlNG-euOCK-ANO SMAPER "^^^^^^^ ^


ARHAHGEXENT EOR SETTING MOTOR ^^ AND TIGHTENING BCLI


JOHNSON SAFETY SAW WORKS


20 Stillman Street



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January-February




Jiouniain

AVENUE



SAN FRANCISCO.CALIF.



Telephone Market 5776

A-1 Butter, Eggs SL Cottage
Cheese

Del Monte Creamery

M. DETTLING. Prop.

Pure Pasteurized and Certified
Milk

Just Good Wholesome '''"""'' '^"'•^ ' ^p'""''"

Milk and Cream— ^ 375 POTRERO AVE. San Franclaco

' Near 17th St. California




Fior D'ltalia



492 BROADWAY



DAVENPORT 1975





fhone FRanklin 0062








WALDORF GRILL






130


JONES STREET


GOOD


EATS



STEMPEL'S QUALITY
DOUGHNUT SHOPPE, INC.



Phone MArket 1138



Main Office:



320 Fell Street



Mission Branch
1072 Valencia Street Phone Mission 4956

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



HERBERT'S

BACHELOR HOTEL AND GRILL

Rooms ^1.50 to $2.00 the Day
Substantial Cuisine

151-159 Powell Street
Phone SOtter 0567 San Francisco



Rage's Spaghetti House and
Rotisserie

Merchants Lunch 50c

Chicken Dinner ^1.00

Always
Take Home Service

1204 Market Street UNderhill 2090

If You Want the Best Food, Service, Hospitality,
Surroundings, Price — Try

FRED SOLARI'S GRILL

19 MAIDEN LANE Phone SUtter 8600

Opp. Old Chronicle Building, olT Kearny Street

24 PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
Phone SUtter 8492 Plenty of Parking Space




HUB RESTAURANT

1684 Market Street



NIELSEN BROS.



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POLICE COURT JUDGES

Hall of Justice




JUDGE SYLVAIN J. LAZARUS




JUDGE GEORGE J. STEIGER, JR.




JUDGE DANIEL S. O'BRIEN




JUDGE JOSEPH M, GOLDEN



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January-February



KNOWN AT THE HALL



IT IS considerable of a change from
manager of successful political
campaigns to that of manufacturer of
internationally known facial and scalp
ijreparations, but such is the record of
Harry Schwartz, president of the
Schwartz Medicated Shampoo Com-
pany, 132 Turk Street.
[ Schwartz is a San Franciscan. He
was born on Clementina Street, "South
d' the Slot," September 10, 1876, and
ajttended the famous old Lincoln
Grammar School that has given to
San Francisco scores of splendid pub-
lic officials and sterling business men.
Only eight months have elapsed
since Schwartz started his cosmetics




HARRY SCHWARTZ

business. Demand for his products
has increased to such a degree that
orders for his preparations are pour-
ing in from all parts of the world.

Prior to entering business for him-
self, Schwartz successfully handled
the campaigns of Superior Judge
Shortall, Justices of the Peace Pren-
dergast, Kelly and Dunn, Police Judge
Jacks, the late Supervisor Edwin G.
Bath and Supervisor Warren Shan-
non. His keen foresight and political
analysis developed him into an expert
in political work. His friends are
legion at the City Hall and in Police
Department circles.

Now then, if you are gifted in versi-
fying, essay, joke or slogan writing,
here's a chance for you to share in the
$25 in gold prizes to be offered by the
Schwartz Medicated Shampoo Com-
pany.

Participants are required to write a
verse, jingle, essay, joke, slogan or
anecdote of not more than 100 words
that will tell the value of Schwartz's
Medicated Shampoo over other sham-



poos. For instance, one might say
something like this : "Schwartz's
Medicated Shampoo — It Does What
Others Fail to Do."

Entries should be addressed to Con-
test Editor, Schwartz's Products Co.,
Inc., 132 Turk Street, San Francisco.



The contest will close March 1, 1930,
at noon.

Superior Judge Edward P. Shortall,
Judge Thomas F. Prendergast and
Harry Schwartz, president of the
Schwartz's Products Company, Inc.,
will be the sole judges.



Mueller Company Has
Interesting History



The Mueller Company, at Deca-
tur, 111., manufacturers of plumbing,
water and gas brass goods, has a
most interesting history. The com-
pany was founded by Hieronymus
Mueller in 1857. With the founda-
tion of thorough old country educa-
tion in mechanics, he established
himself in business in Decatur, as
a lock and gunsmith. Although lim-
ited in business extension because
of the small town and sparsely set-
tled country, Mr. Mueller, neverthe-
less, was ambitious and succeeded
in a gradual development of a large
machine shop and later a plumbing
store.

Became City Tapper
In the early 70's the City of De-
catur established a water works.
Mr. Mueller at once saw an oppor-
tunity and established himself as a
plumber, and was appointed to the
position of city tapper. The crude
methods of making service connec-
tions at the main led him to devote
his time and talents to the invention
of the water tapping machine, which
is now used ty practically all water
works plants. This formed the real
foundation of the Mueller Company.
It led in a very modest way to the
establishment of a small brass foun-
dry for the manufacture of corpora-
tion stops and curb stops.

Mr. Mueller ihad six sons. These
boys, as they became of age, were
admitted to the business, and it was
this infusion of younger blood that
resulted in greater expansion of the
Mueller industries. The first of the
big factory buildings now covering
five city blocks was erected and the
entire time and talents of the family
were devoted to the development
of goods for water works and gas
works. This grew rapidly and a
complete plumbing line was added.
In the middle 90's the company was
going good and its growth has been
continuous.

The company now operates a big
plant at Decatur and a similar Ca-
nadian plant at Sarnia, Ontario. The
iron business, including such ar-



ticles as service boxes, service
clamps, etc., was detached from the
main factory and an iron foundry
building was erected at a different
point. The latest addition is the
vitreous ware plant where the com-
pany is now engaged in the manu-
facturing of toilets, lavatories, etc.
Substantial Growrth

The growth and success of the
company has been of a very sub-
stantial character. Each step has
been carefully planned and taken
only when the company was as-
sured that they were prepared for
such an extension.

Of the original six brothers, only
three are living, Adolph, Robert and
Oscar. Through an amicable re-
arrangement of interests a few years
ago the latter took over the big
business established at Port Huron,
Mich., which was built by the De-
catur Company during the war for
the manufacture of munitions, and
afterwards transformed into a cop-
per and brass tube mill, die casting,
forging, etc.

The company's reputation for
quality is explained in the fact that
Mr. Mueller's mechanical training
called for nothing but the best in
workmanship and material, and he
would allow no deviation in the fao
tory. All of his sons' educations
were planned according to the posi-
tion in the firm they would be best
fitted for, so the personnel of the
company is made up of metallurgical,
chemical, mechanical and business
engineers. This, with the unbreak-
able rule of producing nothing but
the highest quality assures the com-
pany's continued success.

Two Coast Branches

They are well represented on the
Pacific Coast, with two branches —
one at San Francisco and one at Los
Angeles — where large stocks are
carried to cover Pacific Coast re-
quirements.

The members of the third genera-
tion have now entered the ranks and
are gradually assuming the burden
of the business.



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The One Big Department Store
In All San Francisco

Selling Nationally Advertised Goods for Less
EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR

WEINSTEIN CO.

1041 Market Street



To rest comfortably, have your mattress renovated at

GALANT

Sanitary Mattress Corporation

Best Work and Service at Lower Prices



Phone MArket 4622



3074 17th Street



The Largest Chain of Dollar Stores in the World




SELLING MERCHANDISE NOTHING OVER A DOLLAR
STORES IN

Sui Francifco Sacrsmenco Oakland

San Bernardino Long Beach San Diego

Pasadena San Jose Stockton

Fresno Modesto Vallejo Ogden

Executive Office: SAN FRANCISCO



Telephones: Hemlock 4570-4571

DECKER & HORSTMANN

Distributors

U. S. ROYAL CORDS
U. S. SOLID TRUCK TIRES

141 Grove Street San Francisco



Phone SUlter 4820. Private Exchange

HOTEL SHASTA

A. PECHOULTRES & J. GRENET. Proprietor.

314 KEARNY STREET, Comer Bush

San Francisco, California

All Cars Transfer to Kearny Street Line



KITCHNER and GRAKOO

Dining Service

Operating Dining Rooms

GOLDEN GATE FERRY CO.
VALLEJO-RODEO FERRY CO.
BENICIA-MARTINEZ FERRY CO.

Lunches Put Up for Tourists



WHERE



BEAUTY



BLOOMS



FOR BALDNESS

SCHWARTZ'S

MEDICATED

SHAMPOO

It's made from pure oils — It does what others fail to do.
For Dandruff, Falling Hair, Itching Scalp.
Leaves the hair soft, pliable, and beautiful; also pro-
motes the growth of hair.

Sold Everywhere
IT IS USED AS A SCALP TREATMENT AND SHAMPOO COMBINED

Try a bottle of this wonJerful discovery



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January-February



Never a Dull Moment at

MaiAilasiiiii

€aS®

400 GRANT AVENUE

HERB MEYERINCK'S
ORCHESTRA

BIG REVUE
EVERY NIGHT

SATURDAY LUNCHEONS

WM. MULDOON, Manager
DOuglas 2842



FOR YOUR LAWN AND GARDEN



Hand and Power Lawn
Mowers / Sprinklers
Hose f Grass and
Pruning Tools i Fer-
tilizers t Insecticides
Rollers < Sweepers, etc.



H. V. CARTER CO.

52 Beale Street San Francisco




BRUNO ENDERLEIN

CALIFORNIA HALL

RATHSKELLER

Restaurant and Grill
BOWLING

MEALS AT ALL HOURS



Polk and Turk Streets Phone Graystone 7652



A Blind-X Gas Fountain Pen



STOPS
HIM!



Instantly and

Harmlessly




PRICE

Fountain Pen ^6.00 ^

Cartridges .50

CALIFORNIA ARMS COMPANY

Manufacturers and Distributors

ARMS AND EQUIPMENT
225 Eleventh Street Saa Francisco

For Use of Civil and Military Govemmentt



ROBERTS-AT-THE-BEACH

Since 1897

Dinner . . . ^1.75

NO COVER CHARGE
MONTROSE 4400



Harry AngUani

CITY
SODA WORKS

Orange Squeeze Bottling Co.
1705-1707 CHURCH STREET



Buv from firms that advertise with us



January-February



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



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DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS



MAYOR, JAMES ROLPH, JR.
Room 200. City Hall
Telephone: MArket 0163



Online LibrarySan Francisco (Calif.). Board of SupervisorsThe municipal employee (Volume v.3 (Jan. - Sept. 1929)) → online text (page 49 of 84)