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BUHLMNG MKECTORY . THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 11, 1915 Recently Completed St. Mary's Catholic Church Mg In?" 1 Lr - r W V'- I - - - Sec. 2. Whenever any offices, as sistantships or employments are or may be consolidated with any other of fice, assistantship or employment here under, the person appointed to fill the ! or employments, before entering upon j the performance of the dities thereof, ! shall make and file his official bond,! I conditioned as required by law, in an j i amount to be fixed by the City Man-; j ager and at least equal to the largest ! bond required by law for either one of ! j said offices, assistantships or employ j j ments so consolidated; and the com- ! i pensation to be paid to the incumbent i I thereof shall be the salary or compen- sation provided by law for the highest i ! salaried of the offices, assistantships j or employments so consolidated, until the Commission of the City of Phoenix j shall by ordinance or resolution other- j wise provide. j Sec. 3. Whereas, this ordinance re- j quires early operation in order to pre- ; serve the public peace, health and safe- I ty, and in order to more economically 1 and efficiently .conduct and administer the government and affairs of the City proval by the Mayor, and is hereby ; declared to exist, and this ordinance: shall be in full force and effect from , and after its passage by the Conimis- sion of the City of Phoenix and ap- j proved by the Mayor, and is hereby j exempted from the operation of the ; referendum provisions of the City Charter. PASSED BY THE COMMISSION' of the City of Phoenix this 22nd day of December, 1914. APPROVED this 22nd day of Decem ber. 1914. GEO. u. Yorxc. Mayor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS City Clerk. , The Republican herewith presents the first picture of St. Mary's Catholic church, on Fast Monroe street. The building was recently completed at a total cost of over MUo.Oi'O. It is one of the finest church edifices in the southwest. The plans were drawn by Ceorge H. llallagher in IS9S. AMUSEMENTS Japs and Americans" as the ; landing of the Puritans in the year The cast is exceptionally j and bringing you upto the : tween i theme. j good and embraces i actress, Tsuri Aokl, the who Japanese took the present day. ing tonight ranks as one NOTICE OF -STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OF GOLDEN STATE PORTLAND CEMENT COM PANY Pursuant to Article XIV of the By Laws, Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the .stockholders of the Golden State Portland Cement Company, a Corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Arizona, will be held in the office of said Corpora' ion and of J. W. Cren- of the Arizona's best BEST "Million Dollar Mystery" at Lion r..,.T,.., m ..1 ..f ...... I . 1 i n r n:irt in tha "Wrath of Ihf. i.i..ft. ..111 u.pr...i 1.1 in., ; r i v offerings. pictures of two reels each and two Gods." "Our Mutual Girl'1 this week i () pictures of one red length and every j is every interesting as it shows a ADVERTISED GOODS SELL .mie good, is the offering at the Lion football game between Yale and, nRr TIMES tneater touay. "i tie .Million Dollar j i-rinceton. muKing a picture out or Mystery" is probably the most at- ; the ordinary. The comedy number tractive as this episode is very in- j today is a Keystone entitled "His terestinir and when Flo IjiBii. lie Talented Wile, which contains many jumps from the swiftly moving motor ' very laughable situations, boat into the ocean she does some- j - '"" "oul" '-are,io at- , v,u..i,Cu... : things in which vou have the great tempt. Another good picture is the I Tonight will offer the last oppor-. . ,.linfj,i,.ni. This will be the offer for the last time and : s,,aw- r,rmlns ulllra"ls' the City of Phoenix, county ot Mari copa, State of Arizona, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of February, 1915, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of that day, for the purpose of electing directors of said Corporation for the ensuing year and of transacting any other business com ing before the said meeting. Dated this lath day of December, 1914. ( T- l XT" XT A H t X "Kxpti ientp has proved tv-r and over again when times ure hard it i.s tlie advertised brands of goods which hold up best on the sales chart. "The reason is uhvious. The first Domino production called "Nipped," tunity to see the vaudeville show which is a two-reel story of a fishing village of .Mexico, with" warfare lie- "III" E, TIRED FEE! which has been the talk of the town for the entire week. The two Harrys Wn their skating number, followed by ' Dave Johnson in a period of wooden j shoe dancing, with Young and Lee ! in a distinct novelty offering com i prise the bill. Tomorrow night is the regular I. "Good advertising builds , ilence." Geo. Batten Co. con fi- President of said Corporation. C. W. RUSSEL, j Secretary of said Corporation. DATE--JAN. 18, 1915 ORDINANCE NO. 31 AX I IlinlX A I'F. TO PROMIITR 'change night, whfn everything will ! ECOXl I.M Y IN THE ADMINISTRA be new, both acts and people. Col-j TIuX ( ,.' THE CITY GOVERNMENT. lins and Abbott will offer a line ofj BE. IT ORDAINED BY' THE COM .comedy singing, dancing and talking. I UISiI - (.1.- THE CITV OF PHOF- TIZ" makes sore, burning, tired feet foil man Kids will be here withXIXi a3 fmV8: fairlv dance with delight. Awav go the the,r fan,ous I'r"Kni of fencing. s,c. 1. That the city Manager is mehei and pains, tlie corns, callouses, 1 dancing and contortions. The Rus-, authorized and empowered, whenever blisters and bunions. - sells, who style themselves the Im-i n( so l,,ns ;..s jn his judgment the best penal Equilibrists end the lull. 1 he : interests of the Citv and of the citi- picture program will embrace comedy and drama from the ! studios of the Mutual forces. ORDINANCE NO. 32 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC TIONS 6 and Li OE ORDINANCE NO. 461 OK THE COMMON COCN C1L OF THE CITY OK PHOENIX, PASSED BY THE COMMON COCN CIL AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR ON THE 51 h DAY OF MAY, ! if n. " TIZ " draws out the acids and .oison3 that puff up ycur feet. Xo t matter how hard you work, how long you dance, how far you walk, or how long you remain on your feet, "nZ" brings restful foot comfort 'TIZ" is won derful for tired, aching, swollen, smarting feet. Your feet just tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or seem tight.' Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now from any drujrgist or department store. End foot torture forever wear smaller s ioes, keep your feet fresh, sweet and happy. 3t bothjzeris thereof will be subserved or pro lestjnioted thereby, to consolidate any of the offices, assistantships and employ - . ments created and provided for, or 'When Broadway Was a Trail," Ari- j which may be hereafter created and j provided for, by any ordinance of the times in, City of Phoenix, with anv other office. zona Tonight Good pictures of olden America are wanted by present day I assistant.ship or employment w hich is American audiences which was prov en at the Arizona, theater last night at two performances of capacity houses for the offering of "When or may be created and provided for by city ordinance, or which is created and provided for by the terms of the City Charter of the City of Phoenix; and be Broadway Was a Trail." in which j is hereby authorized and empowered to Barbara Turnant, who played op- direct and require that such offices, posite Robert AVarwick in "The Dol- i assistantships or employments so con lar Mark." also A. . C. Lund, the : solidated shall be filled by one and the author of the production and of ! same person, and that the duties and Broadway fame, does splendid work in the feature. The story is laid services pertaining or to pertain to such offices, assistantships or employ- around Manhattan when it was or- i ments shall be performed and rendered copied by Iroquois Indians and the by one and the .same person. ,L W. Hoffecker hA Xl r PH0EN,X The Valley Lumber Company Whole- (Z AtC Re- ' p. cnn. M..fl.r Sale vILrtwjO fail JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL LI rfljUj I C AQo phone: 760 and 18C2. Madison and Third Sts. t. s. stcwart Norman P. Marsh BUILDING CONTRACTOR And Specialty of Heavy Building Construe- V. 0. WflllillflfOrd " tion and High class Residential Work ARCHITECTS Rooms 1 and 2 Central Bid. Phone 434 317 Goodrich Huildillg , Will build direct for you D. HABECIiER G ROOM BUNGALOWS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER $1150 and up On easy monthly payments You will always find my prices conservative and , iFiitinni ma m mi in line with good materials and workmanship. See I U llIVVkfl 11 ll me for plans and free estimates U M J 1 IIHt PHONE 2041. x 958 NORTH THIRD ST. Phone 8272 RK IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: Sec. 1. That section 6 of Ordinance No. 4 1 t of the Common Council of the City of phoenix, passed by the Com mon Council of the City or Phoenix and approved by the Mayor on the 5th day of May, 1910, and being entitled "An Ordinance creating the office of Inspec tor of Electricity and providing for electrical inspection," be. and the same hereby is. nnvmled as follows: Ry substituting for the words "In spector of Electricity." wherever the same occur in said section, the words "'ity Inspector of Btiildiims": and hv substituting for the words, "and said I bond shall be approved by and filed with the City Recorder." the following: "And said bond, as to form and suf ficiency shall meet the approval of, and be approved by. the City Manager or the City of Phoenix, and filed with the City Clerk, nrid whenever, in the opin ion of the said City Manager of the City of Phoenix, any bond filed here under shall be or become insufficient, the said City Manager may require a new and sufficient bond to be filed in lieu thereof, and unless such new bond is filed within, twenty-four hours, after demand made therefor by the City Manager of the City of Phoenix, the certificate of registration and the right to do or transact any business by such corporation, co-partnership, associa tion or individual shall be forthwith suspended, and shall remain so sus pended until such new bond vo re quired by the f'ity Manager shall have been furnished, approved and filed." SeC. 2. That section 13 of said Or dinance No. 461 be. and the same here by is, amended to read as follows: "Every corporation, copartnership, association and individual, or agent thereof, placing or installing electrical wires, appliances, apparatus, obstruc tion or equipment in, on or about any building w other structure in the City of Phoenix shall, before certificate of inspection as provided for in section 1 ' of said Ordinance No, 461 is issued by the City Inspector of Buildings, pay to the said City Inspector of Buildings the following fees, viz: For each permit issued .75 For each outlet at which current J is controlled or issued Electric signs, 660 watts or less Each additional 660 watts or part thereof. . Window, outline, border, strip and foot lights under 18" spacing, j each. For arc lamp complete, each, For each and every electric fixture, Are you looking for an investment that will pay you more than 8 per cent? Are you looking for a home? We will build it for you. Our terms are easy. Southwestern Building & Investment Co. 17 West Adams Street GENASCO ASBESTOS SURFACE ROOFING A durable roofing, made from Asbestos, the best wool Felt, and Trinidad Lake Asphalt. The best Water proofing known. Fireproof, Waterproof, Acidproof, Gasproof. Does Not Dry Out and Become Brittle 0'Malley Lumber Company Advance Sign Co. F. D. MILES. 0. G. SCHAFFER Our Signs Are a Tonic for Sick Business Irvine Bldg. 1st St. and E. Washington C. W. CISNEY Contractor and Builder RICH HDWE. CO. JOBBERS, HEAVY HARDWARE Angle Iran, all size Twisted Bars, Structural Steel. Most complete stock of bars in the Southwest. Heating Furnaces Largest to Smallest Largest and Best Stock of BLACKSMITH SUPPLIES between Pacific Coa-.t and St Louis 435 South Third Ave, Cor. Buchanan Phone 1870 PHOOENIX, ARIZONA Thornton Fitzhugh L. M. Fltxhugh FITZHUGH & FITZHUGH Architects Room 10 Board of Trade Building, Phoenix, Arizona Los Angeles Office 482 Pacific Electric Bldg. Cons. Phone, Main 117 Overland Phone 712 General Jobbing GEO. HAGEMAN CO. Plumbing and Sheet Metal Work 223 East Jefferson St. PHOENIX, ARIZONA CONTRACTORS' BONDS Immediate issuance on application Employers' Liability Insurance Satisfactory Service Guaranteed W. M. flCKAS 17 North First Avenue. Phone 603 Cor. Second and Adams Sts. Phoenix, Ariz. Plaster and Cement Work Foundations and Walks of all kinds. Try me out. Call me up for an estimate. W. C. POTTEIGER . PHONE, 2271 EMIL J. FRANTZRE ARCHITECT 361 N. Fourth Ave. Phone. 2312 Re-enforcing Bars. Structural Shapes, Metal Ceiling, Ily-Rib, Metal Lath, Sidewalk Lights, Concrete Miners. Engines, Motors EVERYTHING THAT GOES IN A MODERN BUILDING Arizona Hardware Supply Co. Tel. 1231. Office and Warehouse 3rd Ave. & Jackson Mantel Brick Fire Brick VERNON L. CLARK 16 Wall St. 1'lioue (4G Hollow Tile Roofing Til IF ITS Planing Mill Work WE HAVE THE BEST EQUIPPED PLANT IN THE SOUTHWEST Estimates Furnished Phono 1188 First Street and Harrison GEO. W. McCLARTY Everything Electrical 101 West Washington St. MONUMENTS Big Stock of Granite and Marble Salt River Valley Monumental Works V. E. Lindsay, Prop. Granite from our Quarries at Prescott , finest made 423 W. Washington St. Phone 1327 Superior Workmanship Call for Estimates Republican Job Printing Dept Prices Reasonable WHITE MALTHOID ROOFING The onlv Pure White Roof on the market. J. D. Halstead Lumber Co. Telephone 1151 .or, 2.00 1.00 ChiindelK-rs, 3 sockets or under, .0,"i 1.00 i.: 1.50 2.00 .r.o 1.25 Eiuh additional three sockets or less. For e:uh motor or generator of 1 h. p. or less, Kor each motor or generator of more than 1 h. p. and not more than 5 h. p.. For each motor or generator of more than 5 h. p. and not more than 10 h. p. For each motor or generator of more than 10 h. p. and not more than 15 h. p., For eiuh motor or generator of more than 15 h. p. and not more than 2o h. p.. For each additional 30 h. p. over 20 h. p.. For each rectifier. Other current or voltage regulat ing devices, each. .25 All devices consuming an excess of 660 waits will take the same fee as mo tors of the same wattage or current consumption. Provided however, that the minimum amount of any hill of fees to be charged shall not be less than 75c for any job where the cost of labor and material exceeds $2.00 and not less than 25c where the cost of labor and mater ial Is less than $2.oo. Kai'h such corporation, copartnership, association or individual, or agent thereof, before commencing the plac ing or installing f any electrical wires, appliances, apparatus, construction or equipment in or about any building or other structure within the City of Phoenix, and at or prior to the time of securing a permit for the placing or installing thereof, shall deposit with the City Inspector of Buildings such sum of money a." the said City Inspec tor of Buildings shall estimate as suf ficient to cover the total amount of fees to become due to the City hereun der for such contemplated work. How ever, in no event shall such sum so to be deposited be less than the sum of Two Dollars. And upon completion of such placing and installing, and after inspection and passing thereof by the City inspector of Buildings, the fees due to the t'ity under section 2 hereof i shall be deducted from such sum of money, and the remainder, if any, shall be returned to the corporation, copartnership, association or individual so depositing the same, together with the certificate' of inspection "of said placing or installation. Tlie duties herein reiiuired to be performed by the City Inspector of Buildings may be performed by tin; said City Inspector of Buildings, or by assistant.- auiho: i.cd thereto by the City Commission in ordinance or reso lution. Sec. 3. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith, and only to the extent that they are in con flict herewith, and hereby repealed. Sec. 4. Whereas, the immediate op eration of this ordinance is necessary tor the public peace, health and safety or the city, an emergency is Uereov ! declared to ex'st. and this ordinance is i her-by exempted from the referendum clause of the State Constitution and I the City Charter, and shall be in full force and effec t from and after its pas I sage by the Commission of the City of i Phoenix and approval by the Mayor, and shall he published as required by the City charter. PASSED by the Commission of the City of phoenix this 22nd day of De cember. 1 ! 1 4 . APPROVED this 22nd day of Decem ber, 1!14. GEO. V. YOrXG, Mayor. Attest: FRAXK THOMAS - City Clerk.