Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 6, 1923 · Page 19
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 19

Oakland, California
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Friday, April 6, 1923
Page 19
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B friday; evening DaklanO Cribunc : APRIL". 6, 1923 MPERTO ni Hi--. ' ' ' ' S FRANKLIN Title' Insurance Company to J Prepare for 13-Story' 1 . Building. ' (Continued from Page I) history of the Eaatbay, aocordlng to F. F. Porter, leasing agent who handled the deal, Construction ot the building win he begun on May 1 under the direction of Charles W. McCall and Charles T. Davis,. Oakland architect, and will be completed and ready for occupancy ' about Ho-- vember J. 1 LEASE PAYMENTS TO TOTAL $3,000,000. ? The lease ' arrangements, aa effected by Mark R. Monse, manager of the. lease department of the Porter company, provide for a year lease, the payments on which Will aggregate $3,000,000. .-, The structure, which when completed will be In the first rank of Oakland aualneas buijdingai will occupy an area 169 feet on Fourteenth Street and (0 feet on Franklin. It ; win shut off the present entrance to the Arcadia r Dancing Pavilion, which will construct a new entrance, on- Franklin treet, " :. ''- (-v-,;' ' The buildinr will ha of Class A ateel frame construction, finished In buff brick, and of an early Italian type of architecture. Sight stories are to be built now, According to present arrangements. Tha foundations , and frame work will .be made' adequate, however, for the addition of the proposed five stories within a comparatively short period aft- rw&rd " f x AMONG LARGEST IN EASTBAT ... ' ; ; : y. The first eight toriaSr exclusive of a central court, and the corridors, will comprise' 'YT 4,000 square feet of Off lea space, .'Even without the remaining flva stories the building, because of Its length .and width, will be one ot the largest of the business structures In the Eastbay. .--.;.;v. . '-k The first eight stories wUl eost r nearly $500,000 to build, and will .constitute the most . expensive Huge New Office ; Building for Oakland ' Eight-story structure to be erected at Fourteenth and Franklin streets by tha "Alameda County Title Insurance Company, to which 'five mortuaries are to ba added tatcr. JTAe building token completed will cost $750,000, and mill be one of tha largest edifices in the Eastbay. ' v ' , i i ' i r 1' 1 tfw.V- WEATHERCOCK IS STRATB'ORD. ConnH April . (By International News Service.). Tha golden weathercock that swims atop tha steeple of Christ Episcopal church here has aa extra bright appearanoe these days, and throngs of motorists passing along Boston Post road where the church la located cast an extra glanoe at the bird which has taken tha aye of passers-by these many years. For the "bird" will be two centuries old in December. On March 11 the parish celebrated tha two hundredth anniversary, of lis first . minister's ordination. ' , Founded despite opposition of the Congregational, colony of Connecticut, under the guidance of member of Old Trinlty (New York) vestry, by men who paid the heavy fines inflicted by the colony Judges, Christ Church was erected In Mi and tha weathercock swung Into position at Christmas time became a landmark1 at once. During' the Revolution British soldiers, forbid, den to despoil the church of their king, took pot shots at the Vrooster" from the road aa they passed and knocked It askew besides putting holes through It. ' While the "bird" Is as good as new today, a wealthy congregation containing families whose names are known throughout the land worship beneath Its roosting place, proud of tha fact that theirs ,1s the oldest Episcopal church in Connecticut, and equally proud of the quaint old weathercock. Poincare Called 'Assassin By Woman PARIS, April . (By tha United Press.) Aa Premier Poincare was on his way to inspect a replloa ot Fort Douamont. near- tha O rands boulevards today, a woman anarchist named Madelein Ferr rushed up to his automobile screaming, "Assassin!" She was arrested. . - !v FAST TRAIN TO RUSSIA. . Moscow X new fast train run-ning between Berlin and Moscow which will make the trip In 14 hours.' Is promised soon. ' , , . ), tell U ttf.m "So". " lB 5h TIUBXJNB ..If Ton ea It la The TSH , : SECRET OF STTCCT " '. Sheffield, Eng. H. A. L. : M. Pt declared: to ad .: . . that tha secret of success li 3 to grumble. 1100 CHILDREN IN RIOT. Berlin Twelve hundred children Invited to a feast here : got Into a fight over tha food and polios stopped tha banquet to and the riot. structure aver built upon leased ground In Oakland. The Alameda County Title Insurance company, owner ,of the ibullding, will occupy a" corner of the ground floor, tha-entire met-sanlna, and halt of an upper floor. The remainder of tha building will be rented as offices, with the exception of tha ground floor. The portions of that area not occupied by the title insurance company will ha jdevoted to stores. tha 19-year period from the Archon company, of which Robert M. . Fitzgerald is president, and Hner inhaled the fumes until he waa which Includes Joseph S. Carlston, dead. W. H. It. Hynes, Dr. O. S. Hamlin, and. others. -j Tha 'Mease arrangement! have been ratified by tha title Insurance company isani; tha Archon company, and the lease Is expected to be signed by hoth parties late today or? early ''tomorrow morning.. The "T. iP. Porter company, which ha handled the transaction up,-ta,the, present stage, will have Charge ' of leasing and sub-leasing of the space within tha building. nrnnrti dtdd cirinnii1 The property ta to b iesae forK loitet, uuPiactng over a gaa Kohl the bowl of a pipe used by his lid to blow bubbles, Henry Dur Exeter Man Shot By Watchman Is Dying VISALIA. April I. --William Carey vot Exeter, near hare, waa mortally wounded early today in a fight with C. C Funstoa, night-watchman In that town, according to word received here. According to Funstcn, Carey accosted him on the street and accused him ef charging Carey with being a bootlegger. . Funston was knocked down and declares he shot Carey from the ground. Four bullets en-, tered th man's body. THE BETTY ANN $25 Dress Shop 1631 TELEGRAPH AVENUE, Between 16th and 17th Every Coat, Dress and Cape in the House Your Choice No Mors No Lest YMv - Yottr Choice! of a I . , .... . - ... ' - VICTOR EDISON -No, Down Payment Model I . J Victrola J Week U $115 Week Tlctrolaa er Edlsoaa ts 4wa world's graatett masleal tnstruenta are new aflarei at at est nnnraally low tennaw The Va Dowm PaynMAt , yiaeae Uthor nuohloa within tha reach ef an. EDISON . Contois). 135 op v Upright modeb S100 np - W 1432 San Pablo , Vlcton Edlaom U KimbIb . f g- . hr- Die Umvmity of Calif orriia h included in a wonderful auto .trip through Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont and over tha famous ShUne Boulevard. Tkketh etc, at ear Travel Bu- second floor ; this lervtce u turnout charge. reau. AS FRANCISCO Do Stou need help tith tour Spring ievring? The Emporium ' Presunak'tng Service provides the assistance, of an expert ma ruAwciico juie ai $i for nouf an a falf period. Inquire Information ,v Desk, rear ef second floor. Anotlief1 ivear-- another of those femous Salipie Salec j-. for M-issesf Think of 700 new, garments all samples all different from thei country's best showrooms?yet-r-at these prices. Surely the younger set will crowd the Arcade, waiting for the doorsto6pen Saturday morning. It's a day of excitement, of sales! 200 suits, all samples $28 $38 $58 A wondcrfuUisortrocnt of misses suits with the costly air that every . woman craves are here assembled. Twill cords, tricotines and coverts fashion straight-line tailleurs with slit backs, novelties, box coat ef- , fects, and the blouse backs. Add to complicated braiding and em-broidery the beaWy of expert tai-' loring, collars and shoulders that really fit, linings of soft , crepe, and the result is a group of suits of ' unusual interest ,'Tan, cocoa, graystone, and navy. vk - r SizwM, 16. 18. a m - Oh, the envy of the heavy the prices on these girlish things! They're the lovely things the models wear at the Fashion Shows, the glass case pieces-f -and treasures of the salesman's . trunks, to ! tempt, to charm, to lure with their loveliness the hard and practical professional buyer. Yours and yours for the proverbial song you lucky young women who can wear misses sizes. u 200 wraps, coats,, capes $38 $58 $68 The crepes, so popular for Spring r and Summer wear, are well represented, both the Roshanarai and the Cantons and there are the twill cords as well, and the pile, fabrics, such as Geronai Veldlyne, Velverette Lustrosa. Collars "of fox, Viatka squirrel, caracul, and monkey fur, most decorative of all, alternate with the collars of self fabric Navy and Rapello blue, browrf, tan, and .carmel comprise , ' . t the color range. ' Amazing their worth at these prices 1 - i" x , Sizes 14, 16, J8. t-i ' t 300frocks $ and dresses- - ' -j.', . '-J all samples 93 of the frocla come from a maker who rpedalizet in the bouffant and the very youthful- others from designer of the utilitarian. Included are Poiret tw3Is, Cantons, atin Cantons, flat aepe, Georgettes, taffetas, chiffon and lace, printed crepes. Juina cloth. Far too diversified to warrant description are the styles tut you will be interested in the trimmings, of lace, stitching, braid, embroidery, pin tucb. Navy, black, brown, and a world of light colors. Sizes 14, 16, 18. ' , ' ' Th mpar'utm Mines' Shop, Stconi floor - t- "I tc h ' dSWm01 w''wiAttaMaila'- WiJsHM

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