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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1914
iPAGE FIVE
BUILDING ill
CTOIRY
Leading' Builders and Building' Supply Houses of Phoenix
HER
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IS
ED
Permits from Office of City
Building Inspector Dur
ing First J 'ait of October
Show Many Desirable
I fesidenres Contemplated
A partial report of the permits is
sued by City Building Inspector H.
J. Mann for the month of October,
indicates that there is quite the usual
iHiilding activity here, in fact that
there is even more activity than
miKht generally be supposed when it
is taken into consideration that many
.-ire feeling the effects of the present
money stringency. A perusal of the
list of permits appended herewith,
shows that while there are no very
large buildings included, there" is a
very liberal sprinkling of residence
permits. They are of the order that
appeals to the man of moderate
means.
However, it is predicted that with
in the next few weeks, perhaps with
in the next few days, permits will be
issued for two or three structures
costing thousands of dollars and
which when completed will be a cre
dit to a city already possessing many
handsome buildings.
The more important of the October
permits issued so far are as follows:
Permit for one story brick garage and
repair shop, 302 North Central Ave.,
for T. B. Stewart, value $400. T. B.
Stewart contractor.
Permit to J. H. Williams to remodel
and finish building, Sixth avenue and
Van Buren. Value $1000. J. H. Wil
liams contractor.
Permit for one-story concrete and
brick factory, 73x137, 549 WestJer
ferson street. Value $5058. Steel &
Woods contractors.
Henry Cresswell, permit for addi
tion to work already under construc
tion. J. W. Tucker permit for one
story brick and concrete warehouse, 115
West Monroe street, value $1200.
William Fickas, permit for one story.
I four-room brick house, 118 North Sec
ond avenue. Value $'2000. M. Tull,
! contractor.
T. B. Stewart, permit for one story
brick garage, 227 North Central aven
ue. Value $4000. T. B. Stewart, con
tractor. G. W. James, permit for one story,
six-room brick residence,' 14G North
Eleventh avenue. Value $1000.
12. Schrab, permit for corrugated iron
roof on old brick residence, 220 and 224
East Madison street. Value $105.
William Osborne, permit for one
story double brick residence, 401 East
Monroe street. Value $2000.
W. G. Grable, permit for one story
brick residence, 402 S. Central avenue.
Value $3000.
J. W. AValker, permit for alterations
to garage at 235 W. Washington street.
Value $150.
F. E. Bellamy, permit for screen
porches on two houses, 1140 East
Washington. Value $400.
Mrs. B. Grisinger, permit for repair
ing roof at 739 East Portland.
George B. Norris, permit for one
story brick residence, 1117 East Fill
more. Value $1600.
C. H. Kunselman permit for brick
front and other repairs at 433 West
Washington street. Value $400.
S. W. Building and Investment com
pany, permit for one story store build-
TRAGEDY AND ROMANCE OF THE CARMAN CASE LEND TRIAL AN
ABSORBING INTEREST; WOMEN, MYSTERY AND LOVE ALL IN STORY
Jlrs. Florence Carman (left), Prosecuting Attorney Smith, Mrs. Louise Bailey, and courtroom where Mrs.
Carman is being tried.
The elements of tragedy and romance in the Carman murder case, now being tried at Mineola, L. I., lend
the trial an absorbing interest. There is mystery, love, jealousy, suspicion, and perhaps hatred. Little more
could be added to increase the interest that centers about this famous trial.
ing, brick, at 708 Grand avenue. Value
$1600.
H. H. Shirley, permit for one story
brick plastered residence at 1378 West
Washington street. Value $3000.
J. I. Brooks, permit for new store
front at 648 East Washington. Value
$500. ,
F. D. Baldwin, permit for one and one
half story residence with brick walls,
1418 North Third street. Value $3000.
Mrs. M. A. Fuss, permit for one story
frame residence at 605 South Seventh
avenue. Value $100.
M. M. Elsers, permit for addition to
1345 Grand avenue. Value $250.
T. B. Stewart, permit for new front
to store at 8 West Adams street.
Albrecht Anderson, permit for re
pairs to 240 and 242 East Washington.
Value $1800.
Dalton Lovedale permit for one story
seven room brick residence, 351 North
Portland. Value $3500.
M. H. Rhelton, permit for one story
frame garage 15 and 19 West Washing
ton. Value $100.
Campbell and Elwell, permit for one
story cement block residence 315 North
Second street. Value $1800.
John Scaife, permit for three room
frame residence. Value $200. 115 S. !
8th St.
C. W. Cisney, permit for one story
frame residence, 2201 West Adams St.
-Value $500.
C. W. Cisney, permit for one story !
brick residence, 325 North 18th avenue
value $2800.
o
II'S AT REGALE
L. W. Hotfecker MESA TEMPE phoen,x
.- . n The Valley Lumber Company
Whole- (2 ACC Re- p. CorPrt.?n(.
sale vILrtkjkj tail jobbers and dealers in all
KINDS OF BUILDING- MATERIAL
LI "doUj I CaCJO Phone: 760 and 1862. Madison and Third Sts.
CONTRACTORS' BONDS The Day and Night Solar Heater
Immediate issuance 011 application S S0ld and installed by us either under separate
Employers' Liability Insurance contract or in combination with builders. Get us
' J Into your specifications one way or the other, and
Satisfactory Service Guaranteed G'ad -" did.
W. M. FICKAS Southwestern Solar Heater Co.
219 National Bank of Arizona Building.
17 North First Avenu. . phone 603 Postoffice Box 1298. . Telephone 1196
t. b, stewart Norman F. Harsh
BUILDING CONTRACTOR And
Specialty of Heavy Building Construe- y Q 3 1 1 1 fl G f 0 T (1
tion and High class Residential Work " "ATTTTmT.m
ARCHITECTS
Rooms 1 and 2 Central Bldg. Phone 494 JJJ Goodrich Duildini
DHHRFfKFD AVi" bi,ilJ dirpct f"r yi1
. nZ-lULWlLK 6-ROOM BUNGALOWS
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 150 and UP
On easy monthly payments .
Ton will always find my prices conservative and
In line with good materials and workmanship. See I U llIVIll M 1A W
me for plans and free estimates. V,l III I I U I 1 kj La La I I 1 1 1
PHONE 2041. 908 NORTH THIRD ST. . phone 8272
JJ I. BROOKS William R. Osborne
BUILDER General Builder and Contractor
Estimates gladlv given. It will pav you , . , e , . , ,
to talk to me aCnt vour work. Just Estimates freely furn.shed.
call me. ' It will pay you to see me
Phone 8228. Shops, 16 S. 13th Ave. Phone 2013 728 East Polk Street
According to those who know or
care, . J. Warren Kerrigan is the
handsomest man in the United
States.
There is no question about it,
fur it was decided with due atten
tion to red tape requirements. Mr.
Kerrigan did not even enter the cam
paign or say one word in his own
behalf, but ail the motion picture tins
in the country stood right behind
him and gave him a rousing majority
in the big beauty contest.
Of all the hading men on the
screet today there is none muM
popular than Kerrigan, especially ir.
western roles, that so exactly suit
bis type. He has the physique, .!i '
poise and the dramatic ability, lie
knows the west and it naturally fol
lows that his interpretation of the
westerner has made him famous. At
the Regale today he will be seen
in "The Silent Witness," a Victor
two-reel drama, and will be suppor'td
by Vera Sisson, (leorge Periolat .ml
other UYiiversal favorites. The al
niosphere of the west is vivid, theto
is a delightful romance in the story
and the action is stirring. The prin
cipal acors in he drama are a boy
and girl who love each other, a villain
who seeks to come between them
and incidentally enrich himself and
a camera a camera that plays Hi-?
important part of detective and.
cupid.
"A Wife on a Wager,' 'a spleiu'.il
Nestor western, and "When Smalt y
Loves," featuring Ford Sterling, com
pletes . the program. The Sterling
comedy is as screamingly funny as
the Kerrigan play is intense, making
the bill one of the best that has
teen offered in any picture the
in many weeks.
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NEUTRALITY AND CONTRABAND
A "conduct friendly and impartial"
does not make it the duty of the gov
ernment to prevent its citizens from
trading with any of the belligerent
; powers. Therefore, a citizen of the
United States may load a vessel here
with wheat, army shoes, armored cars,
or any commodities, and clear it for
a port in Kngland, France, Germany
or Austria without a violation of neu
trality.
On the other hand (if the goods are
contraband), he runs the risk of cap
ture by a belligerent power, and the
United States has no right to come
to his aid. The risk is his own. He
can sell wheat or copper to Germany
or England, and deliver it if he can.
But whether delivered or captured, the
loading and clearing from our ports
is not a violation of neutrality. Wall
Street Journal.
Russell Nourse, Harvard's 1908 cen
ter rush, is working out with the
Harvard varsity squad.
Are you looking for an investment that Ff fTTa; 1J SI f
will pay you more than 8 per cent? Yf 1 1 i H 1 1 Vl H I f 1
Are you looking for a home? llvll 111 TT lie Wi
We will build it for you. Our terms are easy. JOBBERS, HEAVY HARDWARE
Southwestern Building & Investment Co. n9'8 ,ron', a" 8izes Twisted Bars' structural st..i.
Most complete stock of bars in th Southwest.
17 Wost Adams Street
genasco asbestos Heating Fu r naces
SURFACE ROOFING Largest to Smallest"
A durable roofing, made from Asbestos, the best wool
Felt, and Trinidad Lake Asphalt. The best Water- Largest and Best Stock of
proofing known.
Fireproof, Waterproof, Acidproof, Gasproof. Does Not BLACKSMITH SUPPLIES
Dry Out and Become Brittle between Pacific Coast and St Louis
0'Malley Lumber Company ,.. South Th rd Ave- c;HooeS,aR12ona
Advance Sign Co. Thornton F,,zhueh L-M-Fuzhu8h
FITZHUGH & FITZHUGH
F. D. MILES. 0. G. SCHAFFER APCfliteClS
Our Signs Are a Tonic for Sick Business Room 10 Board of Trade Building, phoemx, Arizona
Irvine Bldg. 1st St. and E. Washington L3 Ange'e8 0fflce 482 Paclflc fcIectrlc Blas-
C W CISNEY CnS Phone" Ma)n 117 Overland Phone 712
. , ... GEO. HAGEMAN CO.
Contractor and Builder Pl , c. . , . ,
Plumbing and Sheet Metal Work
General Jobbing '
Cor. Second and Adams Sta. Phoenir, Ariz.
228 East Jefferson St. PHOENIX, ARIZONA
royal w.lescher Plaster and Cement Work
JOHN RINKER KIBBEY Foundations and Walks of all kinds. Try me out. Call
me up for an estimate.
Architects w- - potteiger
' ' PHONE, 2271
National Bank of Arizona Bldg, Phoenix, Ariz. mmmmmm'
BENNETT LUMBER CO. . S
The big Phoenix Depot of
Planing Mill Work
Building Supplies of Every Description we have the best equipped
5 PLANT IN THE SOUTHWEST
It's a Wise Man that Figures With Us,
f , , , , . Estimates Furnished
Cor. or Jackson and 2nd Ave.
Phone 1188 First Street and Harrison
Phone 1211
GEO. W. McCLARTY
mi L?TZKE Everything Electrical
,. . 208 West Washington St.
361 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 2312
Re-enforcing Bars. Structural Shapes, Metal Ceiling, MONUMENTS
Hy-Rib, Metal Lath, Sidewalk Lights, Concrete Miners,
Engines. Motors Big stock of (jranite and Marble
EVERYIHINGJHAGOES IN A fc,, Rjvf yaIey MoB u mDtal WoikS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
Arizona Hardware Supply Co. Granite from our Quarries at Prescott , finest made
Tel. 1231. Office and Warehouse 3rd Ave. & Jackson 423 W. Washington St. Phone 1327
Mantel Brick Fire Brick jnom E00FING
VERNON L. CLARK The only Pure White Roof on the
16 Wall St. ' v, market. r ,..
Phone' 646 j D Hastea(l Lumber Co.
Hollow Tile Roofing Tile Telephone 1151
TSINGTAU BARRACKS STILL HOLD OUT A(U1XST THE JAPS,. BUT MUST FALL SOON
urn ji . ... - X" a a 'iti? ?sw 3S
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