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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, January 29, 1905, Last Edition, Section Two, Image 9

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SALT 1AKE CITY UTAH StThrpA1 SUNDAY JAN 29 1965 1905 1905NEW 1905I 0 c y 0
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During the Week the EmeryHolmes One of f the Finest Structures in the West Will Be Ready Read for Occupancy
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ORXIEWSOF THE EMFfRYHOLME i APA A APT TMENT RR 1f IIn1Inr HOUSE
1ITHIN a few days thepo the ppw Emory El1 EmoryHolmes
WITHIN 1
Holmes apaclmenfr house will ill be becomplete becomplete
complete Jin Jnall in all its details and andtineratter
thereafter 1 It willbe wilt be only a n question of ofcpHliency ofcar I
cpHliency car XTdlen dlensy on the part df tenants until untilthr untilth untilU
thr U wholebuildingwill whole vholebuikling building will be occupied occupiedAs I Iit
As it stands at atpresent present the structure structureEP struc ure uretopaks
EP topaks aks eloquentlyof the progressive progressiveFpirit progre progresSlveri lvc lvcFpmt
Fpirit ri irit of Salt Lake City and is indl indlcolive IndlCLtle indIc
colive c tive of a desire d dgslre < < slre for modern conven convendimes conven
dimes 1 1 < u0es II S along metropolitan lines Before Beforeany Before3D Beforeany
any 3D physical work was attempted In InIho In1h inthe
the 1h way of erecting the building John JohnSv JohnBransfod JohnBransfctd
Sv Bransford who has had generalcharge general generalcharge generalharge
charge since the Inception visited all allthe aHthl allthe
the thl large cities and made an exhaustive exhaustiveExamination exhaustivexa1nlnatlon exhaustiveKcamhtatfon
Examination of the principal apartment apartmentRousesgrid apartmenthouse8 apartmenthouses
Rousesgrid houses and nd In the EmeryTJolmcs EmerHolm s there therei t er erjo
i jo < = embodied the most approved and andf andvalirnt I
f ullrnt features of modern construction constructionand onstruetlonrind
and equipment lulpm nt No expense wasspared wassparedi wassparedmaking I
i b making the building thoroughly up uptoMate
tindate in every eeryrespect vrespect and as a mat matItl mata
a Itl r oC fact there are some details In Inthe I
the th > new house which were only In the theexperimental thet
experimental t stage when Mr lr Brans Branslord Brnns1rd Bransf
lord f + rd made his extended trip When Vhe + nthe nthe3ast the the3at theJJ j
3at JJ t bit of work has been done thestructure the thestructure UJeetrudure
structure will represent an ail outlay in inround
round numbers of 300000 300000The 300000The 300000The
The style sQleot of architecture adopted for forthe torthp forthe
the building was that known aa as9 the theItalian lb lbItalian theItalian
Italian renaissance and to conform conformclosely conforms
cL closely + s sely > ly with itthe it the walls were ere eon eonfirm eonvtructed
vtructed firm 11 ruded ted of light yellow pressed brick brt brickThe 4 4The
The main entrance on the South Tom Tomp1o
jlf Ie street side sld Is Imposing ImJ > slng the up apTroac i iproafh j ITro
Tro Troac proafh fh h being direct from the walk a affW afcv
fpv steps distant and the th great gn at glass glassdf glassdrn
df drn rs are shielded by grill work thejtnn the thejmn theNan l i
Nan rodsand rods and cross pieces being ar artist artistir ¬ j j1Ist
tist tistir i itaUy < ally arranged arrangedonce arrangedOnce I
once n inside Insldethe the entrance one finds findsoJirsolf findsoneself
oneself 0 I srI In Inarvestibuie svestibule and confrbrttefl Coilfrbiitediby i itoy I
toy ibO two staircases of fancy tancYlrPI1 irpn iyorkono yy work workOfu rk rkotie I
ono leading l > to the th main hall jyid Jhe Jt1eofhr Jheother e eoiu
oiu other r to the cafes and theothpjKapart th thcotj ot pp apat apart apartr = t tnts
r 31 rmts fnts nts in the basement The walnscotir walnseot
ir g of this vestibule is of oftermont Vermont mar maruf marbt marand
bt and the same material has been bfcnuNI beenucd
uf uNI d throughout the building where hore AllY aaymarble AllYtnarbJe daymarble
marble was found necessary in th the thdc thecbnstr < f fcxinstructlqn
cxinstructlqn c cbnstr uctIon uctIonMirros
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Mirros Abound in Cafes CafesIn Cafes CafesIn CafesIn
In a building bundlng bull ing of this character the theVisitor lheH thetisitor
Visitor H tor nat naturally rally wants ants to see tlTe tlTeDoms tlTeoms tirer j
Doms r Moms devoted to the bodily bodUynomlsh bodUynomlshmrnt nourish nonrishmpnt nourishment I
mpnt of the occupants thatsis that 1s or those thosevho thoseho thosetyho
vho ho will patronize the th cafes from tr roday rodayto day dayto dayto
to day The cafes are tyo twon In number numberand h itumbarand lt1b r rand
and they are re located at thfNtront thptfront of the thebasement jhebasement he hebaspmentQnc
basement baspmentQnc one on either side side of the Iran h hall hallua U UY
ua Y YAmerican Olf Gifers to bo co cgndu Qlul otoo tool on th t e
Ampr1c American > lart la ti ind and lh the pb l d Ii Iiuropean JI c curo I
uro uropean > > c n Tlise ljas c cafes U n a altke alike n
their tl1 thelrsayle rSp sayle le finish and appointments so sothat sothat s sthat
that a a description of onesuffices ono sufficls fort
the other The vaulted ceiling is sup suppqrted suppgrted
pqrted by two pillars and numerous numerouspilasters numerouspnas numerouspilasters >
pilasters pnas rs The floor Is of of surancree surancreetiling surancreetiUn
tiling tiUn and there Js a a marble base basearound basaround basearound I
around the walls wallsc Extending + to a heighi heighiof helg helgof i
of eighteen inches Above this base basethere basethore basethere
there are plate glass beveled mirrors mirrorsrising1 mirrorsrising mirrorsrising
rising > to t2 a height of five feet eet extend extending
ail around a ound the room and framed in inwith inwith
with ith marble and nickel trimmings The Thetwo Tbetwo ThetV
tV two o pillars are boxed 1O with the same samekind samekind samekind I
kind of mirrors Numerous NU merous windows windowsspermit windowspermit In do dopClltllt
permit the unobstructed entrance oc oclight 01light off offlight
light from without and at night thet thetrgom the therqom
rQom rqom will be Illuminated by b a myriad myriadof
of incandescent lampsvtrom lamp rom six pendant pendantgroups pendantgroups
groups gr upsfrom from the ceilings and andr n < from fromnumerous tromnumerous fromnumerous
numerous brass brackets of simple co colonial co 0 0l ¬
lonial l desigU1 deslgbattached attachedto to rthe the walls wallaabove wallsabove wallsabove
above the marble marb framing tramlngof of if the th mfrTors mir mirrors mirrors
i iThe I
rors j I
rorsTne
The furnishings of these cafes < are it itkeeping hi hikeeping Inkeeping
keeping with the general tone of the thewhole
whole f whole ole building substantial rich rl h yet yetsimple y6simple Ct CtttT1PI
simple ttT1PI In elegance eleat1J eleQanaeh Ehe Xh china chlJaJlp aq aqsilver aml amlsilver > >
silver are not overdone With fanciful tancifulembelllfihments
embeliishmertts but buton on Athe the contrary qontraIYaran gontraryare contraryfeatures
are aran n perfect harmony wit wftbt the e otherfeatures other otherfeatures
features of the cafos it itAppliances
4 Appliances in the Kitchen KitchenOn KitchenOn KitchenOn
On either side of ofthe the basement Jas tel t hall haUrn
ritrd n biick bl k of tht the caf cafe Y are re the h2 kitchen kltthenano kitchenand
and toe loker bakery tte former to the cast CRt3t CRt3tand
and the latter to the west est The kitch kftchen kitchen
en is isalittie a IJttle world In Itself The flrstr fIrst fIrstthtng trstthing
thtng that meets mc < < > t < the eye is a twelve t wehetoot
foot ranse with two cjiarcoal citaf oal broilers broilersthe brollersto
to the l ft all under one smoke hood hoodTh
Theii Th i1 there is the cheFs steam sle m table tablecaldrons tablocaldrons tableca
ca caldrons Brans lined with tin the outer shell shellpf shellbe
be bolng tig ofhlghly pf liighljr Ighlr burnished copper pper and andt an ant andltyo
t ltyo yp O Jron caTjJromt ca aldtolJ rons oin ji ii whjqhi to o cook cookvegetables cookegetablfs
vegetables One nc of t the le noticeable noticdble mode mod modern moderJ4pplinccfplnthe ¬
ern erJ4pplinccfplnthe e n 4PP appliancespin nce f in the kitchen is a steam steamtfwhwasher steamlJHJhwlJsher
tfwhwasher iW htygSher The TJ1 dishes are put into a areceptacle IIrcceptucJe areceptitcle
receptacle made of heavy 11 aVY Iron wires wiresand wiresand wiresand
and are ar then lowered Into Intoa a cylindrical cylindricaliron yllndrlcalIron
iron tub by y means d a steel chain an and andpu1Je andpulley i ipulley
pulley pu1Je alter which the steam at a hightemperOture high high hightemREZJt1
temperature els Is turge turned t r9 on 011 afcd Js j jnade jnadete JradcP gnade4pqtrcuar
te 4pqtrcuar P rU ut uJitc to swlflly 8w1tnyd s t v1fftl y vtitnih lth 1iln n the ih a tub by bymeans bymeans b Y Ymeans
means of a propeller fastened horizon horizontally
tally at the botteib ott rtl In a short space spaceof spaceof J
of time the th dishes are thoroughly tborougblywashed thoroughlywashed 1
washed and they are then lifted out autpTtd outand
and dried rled after which they t the ey are artcanged ar arheated arTang
tcanged < Tang I t1f neatly aUy In a warinfug titNar ag closet closeteated
heated eated by byslea steam n T4iene rpbelids1also > Jslalso a sink sinkgiven sinkJlven sinkgiven
given over wholly holly fo f the cleaning of ofthe ofthe
the g 1asBWJlte > tm swiare stud off o lu a corner tear
j1t lie iJj t ins iS thc co cook11s 8 prIvate sink sinkP sinkJgg
P 114 r1grm iolhW bJ11Ar nOUCfbJ npllllanoo npllllanoown appilanco3tiritlh
tiritlh wn < wffi hthekltchenNsequiped hf4k1tch n sequlPJ1ed 1sa Is a ai
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machine operated operatcdbY by electricity for the thecleaning theleanlng thecleaning
cleaning of the tho thoe e silverware sill erw a e an immense immenseply immenseJEarble
marble mortar wheretl whererthe tlie c cook t will willply willA1Y I
ply a pestle in h concocting some of hisfamous his hisfamous hisfamous
famous dishes a a set of Duparquet tea teaI teaand teaand
and coffee urns cake c cike ke and waffle Irons
heated by gas and a cold storage storasecom storasecompartment com compartment compartment
partment for the preservation of perishable per perishable perIsbable ¬
ishable foodstuffsWhere foodstuffs fool1stuffsWhere
v vWhere
Where the th Bread Is Baked BakedThe BakedThe BakedThe
The bakery bakeryacr across across s the hallway is is1ike isilikethe iike iiketne
the kitchen tfiipplld liPpli with all theviod theviodern tbe the4 tod
ern appliances applJ nces There is an immensebakeoven immensebakeoven immense immensebakeoven
bakeoven constructed on the most ap approved dpproved p pproved ¬
proved hygenic principles just to the theright theright theright
right of the big door is a movable elec electric electric electric ¬
tric lamp like a miniature lighthouse lighthouseIf
If the baker bak r desiresto desires to take a look at atthe atthe atthe
the loaves of bread baking In the oven ovene oyenfle ovenate
ate e turns a lever and the light from the thelamp
lamp js reflected through every part of ofthe ofthe I
the Interior and by this means It be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes unnecessary unnecessar to o oven en the big door doorand doornd doorI1nd
and nd changing the temperature of the theoven theoven I Ioven
oven is obviated The bread Is twisted twistedand twistedand 1
and a d turned ttrn d lQ and m molded nwlp lded d jm 5n a marble marbleslab marblslab marbleslab
slab ten t 1 feet r et In length and there are aresinks aresInks aresinks
sinks gaJorewJVercS gilIor ij errl all the utensilSaresubjected iitenellk utensilSare tenaina1eubjecte are aresubjected
subjected ubjecte to repealed r eate cleansing pro processes processes processes ¬
cesses beore b re they th axle are tf used u eq for baking bakingpurposes batpngpurposes bakinggpurposes
purposes Thefreare The There e are rnumeious numeeopsbIns bins 1 > Jnsin Jnsinwhich itt ittwhich Irtwhich i
which to store the wheat flour pastry pastryflour pastryflour pastryflour
flour graham gl aham oatmeal Radian meal mealand meal4nd mealand
and cornmeal and a largevrefrfgerator largevrefrfgeratorin
in which to keep salads at the proper propertemperature propertemperature
temperature A candy range for the themaking themaking themaking I
making jf J delicate confections will ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal to tae housewife who ta tes < e es an in intercjst Inlerqst intergstl
tercjst in sw ayyeet et things and an she will be bemterestod betntere9tod beinterested
interested in an ice cream creamtreczer freezer an anice anice anIce
ice Chopper and an ice l e cubator all op opgrated oprat4d oprated
grated rated by byeJectricity electricity Theice Th The Ice cubator cubators cuba tor
t s a d ddcWcd Clded novelty It has nsb been yn In Installed Inst installed ¬ I
stalled st I ed for the purpose pu o e of supplying supplyingthe slt1plytnt11C
the tables la1ileFotn In the he caft caJ yiCh II Ic l SLl pi ygto ygtocubes fp fpubts f to toubes
cubes or 1n1o any y Jeomo geometrical rlcal form formwhich formthus r rm rmthus
thus doing away wIth with thCbrokend thCbrokendlhlch thefbrukenxtwhich
which has become objectionable objeetiox ble blefirstclrisd in infiistcldss infiIstddss
fiistcldss cafe cafeEngine carefEnSlnc cafes cafesEngine
Engine Room AOQm Up to Date DateNfixt DateIx Dategxt I
Nfixt Ix gxt to o theculinary tile cuiinar qlln o departments departmentsthaiitMcli 4 departmentst partmentsthiIt
thaiitMcli thiIt t t which hlCI1 w411exilte wUl excitethe X te the themostlnter themostlnterest mostinter mostinterest most inter interest
est is the engine room and Its 11gfqulp 11gfqulpmeut equip equipmeat
meat There are fete aw Institutions In the theCOftUltry thecountry i
country so so Wcns well yejj supplied pplled with t the < hlgh hlgheste hlgheSDJPC highefath
este eSDJPC type of otmacb machinery nerY On entering on onVAl one oncJLUI1pressl oneiii
JLUI1pressl iii ttpressed < byth by Ythe wealth of 0 light Jlghtvl1ich lightttthich I
vl1ich 1100 floods ds in 1ntb ttrooug bush Stat State J s syMftidoi > trect
VAl yMftidoi WtHos dows sf < TJiefroora The ro int1sS lsso sso < situated sttua ted that thatIjcreons thatpersons th t tperSQns
persons perSQns can look lookfnto Into the room from fromthe tromthesre fromthe
the thesre street t and have an unobstructed unobstructedviw unobstructedvier
view of ot all ll the plant The first fir t of the themachIiies theri1 theaitachirtestoatractattgntigndn
aitachirtestoatractattgntigndn machIiies ri1 ohlt t < kiaUractkattfhtion M tra t atthtlQf11s lia the thel the1QQtlror
1QQtlror l Q hC ePotverdirect POve1p4 I iconnected < QW1 tedHar tedHarD liar liart liarh
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risburg selfoiling self oUlng engine with its sev seventyfive sev seventY soventyfive ¬
entyfive entY five kilowatt dynamo and West
ingtiouse Ing nouse fthreewlre generators giving givingeither givipgeither
either 110 or 220 20 volts olts for different dIfferent parts parUofthe pa partsofthe L Lofthe II
ofthe building building Close by byre Are are two fifty
horS > epOver pover notter duplicate erfginos ifgfnos g inns with v 1 th
dynamos onehalf the size of the larger
dynamo dyna n Amperage Am ierage m1d t nd voltage are arerecorded arerecorded arerecorded
recorded by Bristol Brls J recording instru instruments instruments instruments ¬
ments mentsIt mentsIt
It Is Interesting to follow the jour journey journey journey ¬
ney of the team used In this model modelengine modelengine
engine engine room AiLvr After it it passes inrou inrouthe t through throughthe rough roughthe
the engines It goes through the thehaust ox <
haust line IQethcnce thence through a Peerless Peerlessgrease Peerlessgrease Peerlessgrease
grease extractor of 200horsepower ca capacity capac capacity ¬
pacity pac It thence through two Goubert GOUbOlteedwaler
feedwater heaters which are utilized
for heating th toe < hot water supply for
the whole building Part of the steam steamdiverted
Is diverted from this course to go
through a Webster feed water heater heaterand heat r rand
and purifier of 200horsepower capacity capacitywhich cdpuclywhich cdpacl > y ywhich
which In turn heats thb feed water
by induction to about 200 degrees d gr < < es The Th
bulk of the steam after going through throughthe
the Goubert heaters goes to the radi radiators radfators
ajjdrstem altd Jld St stenm tm heating system of
ihebuildingwhere the buildirii where cit it Is condensed condensedand condenB co ndeneeid ndeneeidand d dand
and all condensation cond saUon is returned to the
Webster feed eed < water heated by means meansof meansof
of a yaquunr v t aquum Quumiump j iump ump built by the Union
Steam Punipcompany PunipcompanyTh P Pump l 1p cotnI company companyTin > an
Th < boiler plant is on the other side sideof slaeof sideof
of the thehaUw hallway 3 before mentioned It Itconsists Itc Itconsists
consists c nslsts of three Babcock Wilcox WHcoxpatent Vilc x xpatent
patent water tube boilers of lOQ lOQhorse lOQhorsepower 100horsepower horser horserpower
power each Two are set in batteryr batteryrand battery batteryand batter batterand
and one is single all supplying < steam stealtfor
for the th lighting and anq heating purposes purposesof
of the ibuilding The boilers are fir flred d
by Wilkinson m patent smokeless stok stoker stoke stokes
er e es The feed water to the boilers Is Ismade Ismade ismade
made by means of two Snow steam
feed pumps The coal bunker capacity capacityi capilcl
i Is 100 100tons 100tonsIF tonsThere tons tonsThere
There IF ere is lsaweIHlrranged a aweli weHarranged arranged workshop works op In II IIconnection
Connection with ith the engine room and
in It may be found f und lockers for the en engineer engineer ¬ =
gineer and his staff and oil tanks for fotthe fo I
the safe keeping of the various lubri lubricants lubricants ¬
cants used about the machinery machineryAutomatic
Automatic iC Te Temperature TeT perature eratlJe Regulator Regulatorv Re uIt r
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1 A particularly interesting interestingfeature feature of f
the bidding b h1g Is the manner In which
the temperature tenip rature of 0 the thevarious various suites
is reguSated regu + ated The Johnson Jolms n Electric
Service companys system of o tempera
ture regulation r has been installed It Itlan
is lan 4 simple slmpIecontrtvance contrivance by which wbiahtbe the
temperature < or 6fany f any room may be re rep u ulated ¬
lated wbhlh wi hintwo tttt two o degrees of any given slv n
degree For F Instance a person per on In one oneofthe one oneofxthe
ofthe room finds that it is4pun6 is4pun6td is tl hbji t
He3 Q9r 1s J Jtc thathermometeittaelite th thermometera ia d dt04lthC J
td t04lthC tc hicontrivance thb c contrivance contr vance on onthe the theawaIt iivaH > < and andc
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finds that the mercury registers SO de degrees degTees degrees ¬
grees Just below the thermometers thermometersthe thermometer 4s is isthe
the sdsrment of a dial spaced with num ¬
bers Identical to those of the glass
tube A steel arrow points to SO 0 He
turns It back to 68 and in a short time
the temperature falls to the desired
figure figureAt flureAt fIureAt
At the rear ofthe basement on the
State street side Is the laundry Like Likeall LlkcaU Likeall
all tho other apartments on this floor
It has 11 ha ample space between floor and andceiling andceil andeeIl
ceiling ceil g and is lighted from windows windowson
on two wo sides It Is provided with four
threecompartment soapstone wash
tubs two Troy laundry drying cab ¬
inets three tanks In which wl Jch soiled soiledclothing soiledcothlng soiledclothing
clothing anal an J linen may be boiled by
steam gas stoves for heating Irons
tables and other equipment This laun
dry Is Whollyfor the use of the ten tenants tenants tenants
p ants each havlng havina a certain certall1ospecl specified fled
time in th thEt week we k None of the laun ¬
dry of the cafe kitchen or bakery Is Iscared iscared
cared for here it is all sent out outElevators outIev outlIevators
Elevators Iev tors Operated Oper ted by by Electricity ElectricityThe
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The appartus for manipulating the theelevators theis
elevators is of course co rse located In the
basement There are two elevators in Inthe Inthe
the buolding buoldlngone one for passengers passen ers and andthe andthe andthe
the other for freight The former has hasa I Ia
a a maximum speed spe d of 300 feet per min minutes minutes minutes
utes and nd has hasa a lifting capacity of 2500 2500pounds 2500pounds J
pounds The thecal car Is the th latest im Improyea Improved j
i proved type constructed construct d by the Otis OtisElevator OtisElevator j
Elevator company compa Is suppliedwith supplied with a amagnetic amagnetfc amagnetic
magnetic controller and is operated opern d by
electricity under 220 voltage The
freight elevator was made by the same samecompany samecompany samecompany
company has a maximum speed spee of of1 153 1 3
feet per p r minute a carryingcapacity carrylng capacity
of 20CO pounds and the car is large largeenough largeenough largeenough
enough to hold a grand piano This Thiselevator Thisilevator Thiselevator
elevator is also aIS < operated by elec
Mdty MdtyIn
In n addition to supplying this large lar
building with steam heat h at and nd elec ¬
tricity enough is generated g nerated to supply
the Emery flats comprising c eighteen eighteenseven ighte n nseven
seven and eightroom apartments at
First and North State streets the serv service sereice ¬
ice being b lng made through a tunnel spe sper spe specially
r dally constructed d for this purpose purposerom
Prom rom the rear of the basement of
the main structure now being
described descrl d there t re are iron staircases ex ¬
tending upward to the top floors
These are for the use of Dersons de ¬
livering IlverJ Jggoods goods to totJle the tenants persons In Jn the
interior Inter r of the house there are also
iron flreproqf < staircases st lrc8Ses for servants servantsto
to pass past from one floor to another without with withputusing wlthout
putusing out using the public > U lla staircases stalrcasesfr staircaseslnaltihttliay
I fr Tfre > lnaltihttliay rnalrtj tnalk hiUjAfay nl 1r < Y on onriiabr theprincipal th prJ rcJp 4 l liflo
iltdop iflo 1 d f r tlie Lk l a building has a length Iengof of
t HBO 5 50iee < h feet t It isetght is eight lg t Icet fcetatTdewind wide lde and ando
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from floor to ceiling there is a height heishtof
of twelve feet All the other hallways
have a similar length len th and width but butthe butthe butthe
the heightIs two fact less There are aretwo aretwo aretwo
two entrances to the main hallway halhvnyone halh1lYone
one being from South So th Temple street streetthe streetthe
the principal prin pal one and the other from
North State S ate street The floor of the
hall is paVed with sur surancree suran ancree cree tiling and andthe andthe andthe
the walls are waincoted with marble
The walls and ceilings are of plaster plasterlaid pl plasterlaid ster sterlaid
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laid on a brick foundation and the thefinished tb thefinished
finished dressing is of simple yet ef ¬
fective stocco work That of the
floors above Is of plain moulding m ulding
There are seven groups of chandeliers chandelierst
hi t this main hall each with a nest nestof
of a f six Incandescent lamps The light
ihg i g facilities are further a enhanced hanced tiny by 1y
fourteen bracket groups pr five la lamps lampseach lap1pseaoh ps pseach
each attached to the pilasters and andf the the
light from each lamp is mellowed by a aground aground aground
ground glass globe globeTelephone globeTelephone globeTelephone
Telephone Call Board in Hall HallIn HallIn
In the center center of the main aln hallway halIwttY to tothe tothe
the right on entering Is the passenger passengerelevator Dassangerelev passengerelevator
elevator elev tor shaft with Its oxidized brass brasshatchway brasshatchwa brasshatchway
hatchway and staircase of marble marblewinding marblewinding marblewinding
winding about it to the second floor
From the latter point the stairtreads stairtreadsare stair treads treadsare trcadsare
are coVored with fluted rubber rubperAt rubber At Atright Atright
right angles to the he main hallway and andopposite andopposite
opposite to the elevator entrance is isthe isthe isthe
the short hall leading to the Staid Staidstreet Stattstr Statdstreet I
street str et portal This short hall Is fin ¬
ished ish d like the main hall but in ad ¬
dition there Is attached to the right rlgntwall rightwall rightwall
wall as a person enters a telephoneegil telephone telephonecall
call C Uboard board This board has the num ¬
bers of the suites arranged in se sequence sequence sequence
quence with the name of the occupant occupantof
of the suite sult ajongside the proper num ¬
ber A Alsitor V visitor calls for instance instance and
to save the journey upstairs he inserts In Inserts Inserts ¬
serts an attached plug into a small
hole beside the name of person on onwhom Onwh onwhom
whom wh m be desires to call Direct con connection connection connection
nection is thus made and placing the
telephone receiver to his ear he can canconverse canCQnycrC
converse converse with the person who answers answersthe answersthe answersthe
the call fn the suite above This is one oneof oneof oneof
of the modern contrivances and it has hasalready hasalready hasalready
already found favor in all the large largeapartment largcapartment largeapartment
apartment houses In the great cities
The suites on the various floordiffer
in number of rooms and area as one onegoes onegoes onegoes
goes from the main floor to the top
On each of the theflrst first three floors there thereare tbererc thereare
are rc four suites on each side of the
hallway and each suite is arrangedfor arranged for
housekeeping with kitchen and bathroom bath bathroom bathroom ¬
room attachedthe attached the suites Having from
flvei fi flv vtf to Q seven seve1roQroYi room ruQmsacbotding acfaordinjj to locat lo lothol 10at
cat at grJl tPQitg Y Q tied ed I YjritlpltUy > In InthclfiJdJe Inthejsulfeolur
thol thclfiJdJe thejsulfeolur ulesi ureitjuactoxsiawed urA4uarttl 1stuarttw gated wQq oak and
birqheach blrqh ach uressed up lP to i a s superior i u periot j I
finish The floors are of closely clo eb mmteluKL m mat
birch bir h laid on ft concrete li s ate ji jiplaned fl flplaned
planed smooth so that when polished polishedthey Poush Poilehedthey d dthey
they will shine like mirrors mirrorsOn mirrOrsOn mirrorsOn
On the fourth and fifth floors thee theeare theeeare thereare
are eight suites on each e ch side of f the t
hallways and a1dthey they are arranged in fntW fntWand tore toreand hr hrand
and threeroom apartments with a bath
to each There are arenokitchens areno no kitchens to theee theeesuites th thsuites thesesuites
suites and the occupants are supposed sUp supposedto
to take their meals in the cafes Bach Bli
kitchen of the urger 1a arger er suites Is provided providedwith PIPY1dewith prptdedwith < <
with a gas range and ample cupboards cupboardsand cupbMrdand cupboardsand
and closets together with oak faced facedand facedand facedand
and porcelainlined refrigerators reofrl ertora A ASL his hisa VJ VJa
a matter of fact the closets in all the therooms therooms therooms
rooms of the house are far more com comjmodious com11odI comjnodious
jmodious 11odI US than those in the average averagehouse ave averagehouse e ehouse
house The bath rooms for the vairious nadousflats < 8Jl ous ousflats
flats have been constructed on the most mostapproved mostapproved
approved a proOed sanitary plans The plumb plumbing piu nb nbing b bing ¬
ing all nickelplated ig Is exposed and andeasy andeasy 1 1easy
easy of access The floors and walls wallsare wallsare wallsare
are tiled and a Iid d the tubs and wash beelnsare basins basinsare baelnsare
are of f pure white porcelain Oneof DOff of th thnoticeable thnoticeable thnoticeable
noticeable conveniences is a private
lavatory loat ry for the servant of each suite suiteThe st1ItEThe date dateThe
The top or sixth floor floorthere there are real really really really ¬
ly seven floors if the basement is count counted countedis countedis ¬
ed edis is given I up p to individual apart apartments apartments apartmeats ¬
ments for the servants Each room is islighted Ji Jilighted rslighted >
lighted by electricity has hot and cold coldwater coldwater coldwater
water and nd Is supplied with Uh a telephone telephoneso
so that the occupant of the room can canbe canbe canbe
be in instant communication with her heremployer heremployer heremployer
employer if her services are required at atnight atnight atnight
night nightBilliards nightBilliards nightBilliards
Billiards and Pool For Residents ResidentsFor
For the amusement of the residents residentsof ra ldent ldentor
of the suites two billiard and d pool poolrooms poolrooms poolrooms
rooms have been sot apart on ontbls this floor oor
Each room will have a billiard and a apool a apool apool
pool room and no charge will be heim heimpose Im Impose Imposel ¬
pose on the players There wilt also alsobe alsobe alsobe
be two large card rooms furnished with withtables withtables withtables
tables and chairs for the pleasure e of
those tenants who may desire to give givecard 118card givecard
card parties At the north and south southends aouthends southends
ends of this floor there are large bath bathrooms bathrooms bathrooms
rooms for the use of the servants and andthese andthese andthese
these rooms Jike those of the t suites suitesare suitesar suitesare
are ar fitted with exposed + plumbing Plu plumbIp bI bIIn
In add addtIn tion to those tl ose already enumer enumerated enumerated enumerated ¬
ated there are also storeroomSfon this thisfloor tbisfloor thistloor
floor wherein the trunks and valises of ofthe ofthe < If Ifthe
the occupants of the building may be bechecked becheck bechecked
checked check d and stored storedAn storedAn storedAn
An agreeable feature connected co nected with witheach witheach witheach
each of the housekeeping suites is a
balcony where the tenant and members membersof
of his family may m y seek enjoyment on onsummer on5ummer onsummer
summer evenings There are forty iort ofosebalconies of oft
yiese t 5ebacQnles Balconies ana a QH large public pUblicCont1n
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