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THE ARIZONA KEPITBUCAX. TUKSDAY MOUSING. APIML 29. 1919
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NEW EDITOR FOR THUNDERER J
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NOLL BUILDING IS SOLD FOR 135,000
Fully 150 Residences Xow
Under Construction Ini
City In Addition To Manv
Stnictures For Business
- With fully Liu residences in course of
construction in Phoenix, this city it
f Merien mfr the greatest and most
substantial building boom in its his
' cry.
Real estate men ami other realty ex
iw:rfs who have lived in I'lioenix for
i.u.ny yesirs declare unanimously that
M"ver hefor.j ha there l.een so much
construction goin on us there if? at
(.resent, the building not being confined
to any one lo-ality or any particular
class, but includes every sec-tion and
made up of both residence and busi
ness structure:;, the former, however,
far predominating
The fubsiantrnl nature of this un
precedented construction work is read
ily attested by the manv htsrh c'as.s
I' sulences beine built in Phoenix at the
fre.s(nt time. Numerous residences the
' ost nunsing from $10,000 to 2:..00and
even mure, are under construction ami
real estate men declare that the build
rr hootn has just started and that the
n -xt six months will sec it increase in
jnrye proportion.
Noll Building Sold
One real estate transaction completed
yesterday was the sale of the Noll
mildins on First avenue between
Adams anil Monroe streets to the Home
Guilders for J13f..000, the new owners
'Wng 'he larsre building as an invest
ment. The Home Builders, whose of
fice has been in the tireen and Griffin
offices, will make the Noll buildin"
thfdr new home. a
Cus K Noll of Ixs Angeles, who
owned 7. per cent of the stock of the
Noll building. w;us in Phoenix vesterday
n close the deal. The other 25 per cent
".'- owned by the Spinas estate. Mr.
Noll made his home in Phoenix for sev
eral years at which time he was one
of the owners of the Arizona laundry.
He built many houses in this city many
ears aso when the additions were first
pened up. Jle is in the automobile
uuainess in Ixis Angeles.
Amons; the business traildinfrs tinder
construction is a larue garage built at
T'ifth avenue and Adams street for
I'red Hart.
At Mfth avenue and Washington
street, just one block south, the old cor
ral and bnildins on the corner are being
t orn down to make wa v for a garage to
cost 25.4O0 and to be built by the West
I'lioenix Improvement company.
Seven Store Rooms
The handsome salesroom and (service
station for the Arizona-Overland com
pany at Fourth avenue and Washington
stret-t is nearing completion and will
he one of the finest structures of the
kind in the state.
The block on I-last Adams street be
tvven tecond and Third streets is to
sf Fome marked improvement, as Mrs.
I-iurabelle Gardner, who owns almost
the entire south side of the street in
SPECIAL RAIL RATES
FOR WftR VETS GOING
WHATOUR SOLDIERS
ATE AT 1 1.
Menu
Cape Cod Oysters a la Magma
a la Coppe
Queen
Celery a la Miami.
Olives a la I nited States
The governor's office has received a
copy of the highly interesting menu
served to returned Arizona anil New
; Mexico soldiers a few nays aro bv the
, Rocky Mountain club of New York
Delegates of the local Great War i the so-called "copper dinner" given at
i Veterans 'association, vuo are to at- j the expense of the big copper com
i tend the convent. on at St. Louis on j panies represented in New York. The
1 Mav 8. will be given a .ate of 2 cents menu was as follows:
per mile by the railroaiis, accordins j Kocky Mountain Club of New Tork
to a telegram received ;.v Lieut. Col. I "The Eastern Home of Western Men"
! E. power Conway iron. Wainer nines, Welcome Home
i rti..ti..wn.ral . ' milro-ils Follow- The boys of Arizona and New i.3e:tico
t in is the fall text ot the message:
. .... .t... .....;.. vdlorar i
' to liin Say i Cam of new asparagus
; K, the rate of 2 cents ier mile with
t the minimum charge of 2 for round
t trip tickets at this reduced tare. 10 w ; snI)r(,m- of ia. ., ... v ,,,!-
sold only to iclctiates who have hon- j Chicken en casserole a la I nited Verde
onible UlsclKii-Ke certificates from the : Extension
taimy and navy. Authorized stop m
; striictions hr.vo been given by wire to
'. nl ltickct agents that delegates may
i purchase tickets and reach St. Uui In
; time J'or convention banquet. Consider
'this of great importance, enabling men
of small means who formed body o
' men in ser ice to attend, olitain pub
licity on this throughout state.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
Tempcjrary Chairman."
Colonel Conwav lias been mtorme'J
i by Mr. Goldsworthy that a 2-cent rtite
'virtually means a two-thirds rate.
I Furthermore, ti' kcts bought by dcle
j sate.s can get only a direct route to St.
i Louis.
tion in Orman had tieen eliminated
from 9-6 schools, with Illinois leading
with 142 and Oh o second with 136. In
52 sohtols students of German de--creased
in number. Instruction in
IVench was instituted in 579 schools.
Introduction of military training in
CO? schools, agriculture in 91 and boya'
working reserves in 744. w th Illinois
loading in all three with 57, 137 cml
r liil schools respectively, was reported.
; and also establishment of lied Cross
i work in food conservation clubs in
Kl. social service clubs in 147, anJ
' thrift clubs in
I Retired and pensioned teachers t
! the number of 4t5 were engaged "for
I patriotic reasons" to fill acancU-.4
; caused by wtir.
mm ROAD SIGN
0RA1II ATTEii
moi
Vegetables a la CiJumtt and Arizona
j Potatores, French t ried a la. R.:y Con-
! solidaed
! Pahid chiffonade a la Chino
1 Peach pie, Ice ''ream, a la Inspiration,
1 en core.
1 Cider a la Thompson.
Coffee a la Hammer.. 1.
1 Equinox sparkling water a la Chapman
: Cigars. Roi Tan.
Cigarettes, Lucky S'rikes.
Hotel McA'.pin, April 23. 1919.
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FLU DISARRANGED SCHOOLS
! CHICAGO. Influenza caused grent
er disarrangement of school a "lairs
than the world war itself with all its
j ramifications, according to the reK.TL
of the inspection commission submitted
i today to the twenty-fourth meeting of
j the North Central Association of Col
I leges and Secondary Schools. The re
I port as adorted makes virtually no
changes in the list of accredited
schools.
The report for 191S showed lnstruc-
Where Everybody Goes
Phone 751 Ray F. Brandon, Mgr.
Tonight All Week Mat. Thur
j VS. kg"2a
Presents '
The Iridiscent Frolic r
"JIMMY! WHERE ARE YOU?" ij
Prices: Night 30,40, 55c; Mat. 25,30c I
(Tax included) j
5
I
that block, has closed the contract for
the remodeling of the old Gardner mill
property into a business block.
The third story is to be removed, and
the lower story made into two business
rooms 137 feet in length. The second
floor has been leased to the Phoenix
Plating company. East of the Simpson
garage, Mrs. Gardner has closed the
contract for the construction of five
store buildings to reach to Third street
The Phoenix lodge of Elks has an
nounced that construction on a club
house to cost $300,000 will start soon at
Adams street and Second avenue.
The western corner of that same
block, which has been owned by the
Phoenix I. O. O. F, lodge for many
years, will soon be improved with a
fine Odd Fellows home, according to
the announcement of the local order.
Build Temple Soon
Out-of-town members of the build
ing committee of El Zaribah temple,
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, were in
Phoenix last week in conference with
Four-story building purchased
yesterday by the Home Builders,
and (insert) Gus Noll, former prin
cipal owner for whom the building
was named.
the local committee members, and it is
expected that construction of the new
cmrine temple on Central avenue ad-
ene
(From Living Age)
"Wickham Steed's appointment as edi
tor in the place of Geoffrey Dawson
means a greater change in the London
Times tradition than would appear. He
is the first editor of the Times who was
iii x .. . Yia avnoot 01 A""sc i not an English public school and Ox
The.W; J fyneanuture. ford miLn. Wickham Steed has had
L,i?ntafeW.f the,manysub- most of his education on the Conti-
FhoorSi a?The t , fUnder t,Waf in nent, his universities being Jena, Ber
Phocmx at the present time. RkU es- i mj P;lH.
tate men unite in the statement that tans.
business in their line never was so ' Was strongly Russoph.le before
good as at present. They add that ' the war and worke(1 har1 'or un
while this city has suffered in the past ' derstandinS with Russia. He has writ
from a lack of residences, that lack is i ten mucn on the Balkan problems, and
being remedied in rapid manner. is claimed by the Jugo-Slavs as one of
The Home Builders, which local or- ! their chief supports. He has been
ganization bought the Noll buildine as i Times correspondent at Berlin, Rome
The traffic sign which was erected
in the city some time ago by the
Chamber of Commerce, to give infor
mation to travelers through the city
on the various routes leading from
Phoenix, is causing considerable inter
est throughout the country.
A letter was received by the cham
ber yesterday from the secretary of
the chamber of commerce at Hagers
town, Md., inquiring the expense of
preparing the road sign and other in
formation regarding it. "The Ameri
an City," a magazine published in
New Tork, contained an illustration of
this sign and an article describing it
in the April issue. The publishers of
the magazine, in a communication to
the local chamber officials, stated that
they had received information of its
usefulness from a tourist of an eastern
stf.te who was traveling through this
country, and was so well impressed
with the idea that he wished it passed
along to other cities.
The highway sign stands just oppo
site the Phoenix postornce and bears
I the. map of the various highways lead-
ing from this city.
if !
1 1- r
'iVinrn, . f -ni-
an investment, was organized of local
capital and has erected some of the
finest homes in the valley. In the up
building of Phoenix it has had a promi
nent part.
! fairs. Lord Northcliffe will be able to !
i exercise his complete control over home j
j politics in a way that was apparently
He is said to be a man of ' impossible during Mr. Dawson s editor
ship.
o
and Vienna.
liberal views.
The cynical comment on the appoint
ment is that, as Mr. Steed's interests
are mainly concerned with foreign af-
TJse The Republican Classified Page
for results read for profit.
An itching skin kept mind from work
Resiaa
. FOR INSTANT RELIEF
Last night ytra hardly slept a wink through that tormenting itch
and now today your work is seriously affected and away behind through
the same complaint. Get rid of that annoying trouble by anointing the
inflamed part with Resip.ol Ointment. Quicker results are general!)
obtained by first cleansing the part with Resinol Snap. Both soap and
ointment contain a healing and soothing medication that usually gets
right in and arrests the trouble properly.
Ftr a fret trial if soafi and eirUmtnt
writ Rtsintl, Sattimere, Md.
Resinol Soap and Ointment may be ob
tained at ail druggists.
Tim ELY HINTS
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SUGGESTIONS ABOUT BUILDING
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L. W. GREER
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Phon. 1286
446-445 W. Waafaineton Phoenix, Arte.
C. W. CISNEY
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Phone 1309
in Sooth Third St Phoenix. Art.
Clinton Campbell
GENERAL CONTRACTING
Builder of Fin Homes
145 W. Monro Phone- 646
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DIRECTORY OF ARCHITECTS BUILDERS fi SUPPLY DEALERS
iimniMiMiiuaM
We have a complete
ttock of hardwart
for the builder. Let
us figure your list
Palace Handwar 4 ;
Arms Co.
14-16 W. Washinston !
Phoenix, Ariz.
Pbones: 185S, 1S49 I
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THIS SPACE
FOR SALE
Ring 4331 and ask for the
Ad Man
Bertram Electric
Company
Electrical Contractor and Engtnr
16 South Center Strt
Phon 3081
Phoenix, Arizona
Knabe and Other Player,
Victor Victrolas. Record.
"Everything Musicar
REDEWHL HUSK CO
Estaclishcd 1SS1
A. Cass Redewill, Vic President
Phoenix, Arizona
OWN THE KEY YOU CARRY
"Ve Ldp you do that The lot you are paying taxes on may
be sufficient to start paying for the HOME you have been
wishing for.
Investigate our plan of securing a HOME.
HOME BUILDERS
' TcL160t 124 North First Avenue
Republican
ADVERTISING
4 - '
Brings Most Substantial Returns
Matthews Paint Co.
PAINT MANUFACTURERS, JOBBERS, IMPORTERS
Pratt & Lambert Varnishes, Matthews Paint
Phon 1253 219 N. Cnt.
SANITARY BATH ROOMS HAVE TILE FLOORS
Cheapest in the long run. Easily kept clean and looks the best.
Estimates furnished.
Vernon L. Clark
145 West Monro S.
Write "Ye flamy" Editor, Arizona Kepubucan, lor complete miornuition about these
homes, free.
NO. 21S5-"YE PLANRY" HOME
AN INNOVATION IN EXTERIOR ARRANGEMENT
One of the latest types in the popular Aeroplane designs,
containing every feature which appeals to those who want
something ont-of-the-ordinary. The distinctive feature
of the exterior is the large amount of porch space, both
front and side. This home may be built out of brick,
hollow-tile, or stucco.
The interior arrangement down-stairs calls for a living
room, dining room, den, bed room, breakfast room, and
kitchen. Upstairs are two bed rooms with bath and
sleeping porch.
This design has proved one of the most popular type of
homes ever constructed. It breaks the monotony of the
usual four straight wall constructions.
'A HOME IS A PARADISE'
Hare said: To Adam, Paradise was home: to the good,
among his descendants, "Home is Paradise.
Home may easily be defined as raradUse when Ive is
the ruler, where the good, true, and loving influences of
the "heart" of the home predominates.
But, home cannot be termed Paradise when there Is no
permanency attached the word when it does not convey
to the family the ideal of a port of refuge a haven dur
ing the frequent storms encountered in our daily lives.
A home in its true sense is not a leased, or rented dwell
ing. It must be built or purchased.
"Then we hear from the Celestial dome
Te have done well for Ye have built a home."
Then there is that false pride in many people which pre
vents them from building because they want a mansion:
the medium priced home does not appeal to them, their
vanity is the ruler of their hearts they, their familie
and friends arc sacrificed on the altar of vanity.
To those who are dwelling in rented quarters because of
vanity we quote from an unknown poet:
"We need no power or splendor,
"Wide halls or loudly dome.
The good, the true, the tender.
These form the wealth of home."
I-et your thoughts be on Home Ownership, let it be
planned by a united family erected by Loving hands,
paid for by willing sacrifices and it will be your Paradise.
THE STATEMENT THAT YOU
OWN REAL ESTATE IS THE
BEST REFERENCE YOU CAN
GIVE THE CREDIT MAN.
Citizens are judged by their homes, and th care they take in housing their
families. It is a duty that is imposed upon every father and mother, to
provide a sanitary, convenient home for th kiddies which providence has sent
them. '
Come to our office at your first opportunity and let us show you our service
for Home builders.
See the ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS of these and hundreds of other beautiful homes at our offic.
1204
inner company
phomco 1224
If You Want to Build
or Repair
anything, Phone us. We will send you a rellaMe man either for carpenter work, '
cement work or plasterins. Tou will save moDey by buying from us.
BENNETT LUMBER CO., Inc.
J. J. HALLORAN, Mgr. Phones 1211-1247
Valley Lumber Co. Republican Ads
Building Matarial of All Kind O T 1
Phon,.: 760 and 1862 DtlUg KeSUltS
Branch Tard: Tempe and Mesa -
The J. H. Llulrein RichpH"fes Co-
PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. . Jxll 1
(Incorporafd) FURNACES
Steel
428 South Scond Avenu 435 South Third Ave. Phon 1870
Phon 4436 For Wiring or Fixtures Se
See H. H. Shoup for new state electric
Lumber supply & fixture co.
mi r u ' 228 West whingion St
53 E. Washington Phoenix, Arizona
Telephone 3002
E. THOIV1A Phoeiiix pianins Mm
, . . , , . . . Sash, Doors and Screens. We maku
EleCtriC Lighting FlXtlireS Fruit Boxes and Crates. Get our prices
OUT Specialty n Portable and Ready Cut Houses.
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