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It is probably only a matter of time when other Metal Ceiling manufacturers will try to follow in our footsteps.
We took an advanced position when we originated and put in practice the idea of producing metal ceilings in complete “ Classified " designs of famous artistic styles.
This advance position we have been holding ever since, and in keeping with the character of our goods we have adopted for them the distinctive and appropriate name of “Classic Metal Ceilings.
As a matter of course, the trade appreciates their value and superiority. Even competing manufacturers recognize the advantages of Berger's “Classic " Ceilings (although, of course, they can't be expected to admit it).
We venture, however, to predict that they will eventually proclaim the fact by themselves bringing out a few more-or-less complete “ Classified" designs, perhaps they may even use the distinctive name "Classic" that we have adopted, and advertise their goods as "Classic" Metal Ceilings, who knows ?
In any event we will still be found heading the procession. Our line is not only by far the most complete and comprehensive, but we are steadily adding to it, thus further increasing the already safe distance by which we lead. For up-to-date Ceilings, come to us.
THE BERGER MFG. CO., Canton, Ohio. EASTERN BRANCH: 210 E. 23d St., New York, N. Y. WESTERN BRANCH : 1428 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. SPECIALTIES: Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Eave Trough, Conductor, Hangers, Etc., Etc.
to only one competitor in each line of manu- their combustion. There is one concern in by this Company for the city of Waltham, facture, was actually awarded them for their the country which is undertaking to minimize Mass., and which, on test, gave one of the design and execution of the facade of the this great risk in a sensible and agreeable highest duties that has ever been recorded United States Government Exhibit of Mines way. The Art Metal Construction Company, for compound pumping-engines. and Metallurgy and the manufacturers will of Jamestown, N. Y., is turning its attention gladly furnish to applicants a half-tone print to the manufacture of office-furniture made
The American Bridge Co. announce that of this exbibit.
wholly of steel, and as it has adopted a line of Mr. August Ziesing bas been appointed as
agreeable and sensible designs, it will probably the General Western Representative of the One thing is generally admitted by those not only build up a large business for itself Company, with headquarters at Chicago, Ill. who believe in the possible construction of but do much to minimize the losses of owners really fireproof buildings and that is, that the and underwriters.
The Holophane Glass Co., whose incancontents, the finish and the furniture of rooms
descent-light bulbs, among other things, add in such structures are capable of developing The Barr Pumping.engine Co., of German- so much to the comfort of those who have to enough heat during combustion to severely town Junction, Philadelphia, have recently occupy ill-lighted offices, has removed its test the best systems of construction, even to closed a contract with the city of Haverhill, offices to 15 E. 32d St., New York. their defeat. Varnished office desks, chairs Mass., for a 6,000,000 gallon horizontal cross and cabinet-work generally are often present compound condensing crank and fly-wheel low-Saylor Wire Co. is in the market offering
With largely increased facilities the Ludin sufficient bulk to develop a goodly number pumping.engine. This engine is to be in all painted fly-screen cloth of its own of heat units and cause much danger through respects similar to one that has been installed 'facture.
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When heating a building, any good radiator can be used with the Vapor System, but all radiators must be of the hot-water pattern with steam-inlet at the top. Don't use a three or four column radiator if you can get enough
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STABLE FITTINGS will figure less radiation than should actually go in the building. We want it distinctly understood that a very ample quantity of radiating surface must be used with the Vapor
The C:T: NELSON CO. System. The temperature of rooms can be
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF regulated no matter how large a radiator may be placed, and in order to be ample surface for extreme cold weather and blizzards, radiating surface should be figured strong, and it
(BORED OR BUILT-UP)
ANY SIZE-UP TO 36 INCH DIAMETER is advisable to use about the same amount of
AND 24 FEET LONG radiating surface for this system that you would use in beating by hot water. It is much better to spend a little extra money in
NEWELS. BALUSTERS. sufficient radiation in the first place, rather
A SPECIALTY than be compelled to enlarge radiators after
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•COLUMBUS: OHIO VAPOR STEAM-HEATING CO.,
LUDLOW SAYLOR WIRE CO. "St. Louis, Mo.
657.612. FORNACE-DOOR. -Charles C. Nott and
Elevator Enclosures and Cabs, Francis G. Ward, Washington, D. C. 637,642. SAFETY MECHANISM FOR ELEVATORS.
Metal Work In Brass, Charles L. Buddenbohn and William Speer, Balti.
Wire and Wrought-Iron, more, Md. 657,648. KNOCKDOWN TRESTLE.-Lewis W. David
Office and Bank Railings, son, Now York, N. Y. 657.675. SPIRIT-LEVEL AND PLUMB. - George F.
Wire and Iron Fences, etc. Quinby, Boston, Mass.
637,693. LIGHT-REFLECTOR.- Fritz Egnell, Stockholm, Sweden,
BUILDING PATENTS. 657,706. WATER-CLOSET TANK. - Alexander W. McGahan, Los Gatos, Cal.
657,993. MEANS FOR SUSPENDING OR SUPPORT 657,996 FIREPROOF WINDOW. - Frank Voigt657,713. FURNACE FOR HEATERS. - Charles B. ING CEILINGS.-Gustav E. Escher, New York, N. Y. mann and Silas H. Pomeroy, Chicago, Ill. Thompson, Chicag», III.
657,919. WINDOW VENTILATOR. – Claes 0. Meurk, 657.999. SHUTTER-PROTECTOR. – Mary E. Wood657.778. Safety DEVICE FOR ELEVATORS. – Nel. Chicago, Ill.
worth, Montgomery, Ala. son B. Keyser, Philadelphia, Pa.
657,951. PROCESS OF TREATING DEEP WELLS, 658,072. DRAWING-BOARD. - Geo. K. Rich, Phila657,782. ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. – Jahn W. Mabbs, ETC. – William Mooney, Atlantic High ande, N. J. delpbia, Pa. Chicago, Ill.
657,960. PARQUETRY.-Chas. E. Rider, Rochester, 658,092. MITER-PLANE. - Charles B. McCallum, 657,791. WATER-HEATER.—Thomas P. Shaw, Mon- N. Y.
Stoughton, W18. treal, Can.
657,980 PILE-HOLDER FOR PILE-DRIVING MA 658,122. DOOR-STOP. - George H. Rogers, Birm657,815. Hoist. - William T. Eados and Edmund CHINES. – Joseph G. Falcon, Evanston, 11).
ingham, Ala. Allday, Small Heath, near Birmingham, Eng.
657 982. SPRING-HixGE. – William Gerwien, Chi. 658,161. WATER-Tank.- Morris Shapiro, Nev 657,827. METAL-LATA ATTACHMENT AND SUP-cago, Ill.
York, N. Y. PJrr. – William MoCall, San Francisco, Cal.
657,987. GREENHOUSE CONSTRUCTION.- Judson 658.165. HOT-AIR REGISTER. – Herbert Symonds. 657,853 ELECTRIC LOCK. – Henry G. Carleton, i A. Kramer, Marion, la.
East St. Louis, Ill. New York, N. Y.
657,989. WATER-CLOSET. - Patrick J. Madden, 658.169. VENTILATOR - Thomas C. Avery, Garri. 657,885. LOCK AND LATCH COMBINED. - Marcus Chicago, Ill.
ron', N. Y. C. Patrick, Seattle, Wash.
657,990 991. HOUSING AND HANGER-TRACK FOR 658,180. GREENHOUSE. Kimsey M. Jennings, 657,892. ELECTRICALLY-ACTUATED SAFETY DE SLIDING DOORS. - James H. Phelpe, Sharon, Wis. Philadelphia, Pa. VICE FOR ELEVATORS. – Nelson B. Keyser, Phila 657.995. SHEET-METAL FLOORING.-Frank Voigt 658,222. WATER-CLOSET BOWL. - Char, Schiffin, delphia, Pa.
New York, N. Y.
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BUILDING INTELLIGENCE. 657,367. DEVICE FOR OPERATING SHUTTER-SLATS.
(Advance Rumors Continued.) - Philip Starck, New York, N. Y.
frame structure fitted with all modern conveniences 657,370. ELEVATOR.- Cyrus W. Baldwin and Wm.
and of unique desigu; cost, $5,000. D. Baldwin, Yonkers, N. Y. [Printed specifications of any patents here mentioned
Churchill & Co., grain brokere, contemplate the 657,396. SCAFFOLD. - George Curley, Salt Lake together with full detail illustrations, may be obtained City. Utab.
erection of a largo transfer elevator on the Lake of the Commissioner of Patents, at Washingtim, for 657.442, LOCK. - Scott Nelson and Elijah Wood,
Shore R. R., near the junotion of Elk St. and Abbott five cents.]
Road. It will have a capacity of 500,000 bushels Brookston, ind.
and will be so bailt as easily to allow of alterations 657,443. SPIRIT - LEVEL. BUILDING. – Charlos F. W. Doehring, Pueblo, Col.
Charles L. Newton, 656,951.
and additions to handle a much larger quantity. Philadelphia, Pa.
It will be & steol structure.
W. 656,978. HEATING-STOVE. — Lincoln Howard, St. Southgate, Worcoster, Mass.
Chicago, Ill. - William Ashton has had plans preJoseph, Mo.
657,488. ADJUSTABLE ROLLER. - Edward J. Gu pared by Architect H. K. Holsman for å pressed 657,001. COMPOSITION OF MATTER FOR BLACK-lick. Jamestown, N. Y.
brick apartmont-building, 60 x 88', to be erected BOARDS, ETC. – Lucius O'Brien, Crookston, Minn.
657,632. DOOR FOR DRY-KILNs. – Thomas Green, at Prairie Ave, and 41st St.; cost, $25,000. 657,016. HOT-AIR FURNACE. - Goorge Thomson, Wabash, Ind.
J. C. Cockburn will orect a three-story brick and Chicago, III.
657,534. WINDOW.- Michael Haberle, New York, stone apartment-building. 1004 1 1109, at Surrey 657.026. SAFETY DEVICE FOR ELEVATORS. – Thos. N. Y.
Ct. and Fullerton Ave., after plans by L. M. Lobiedzinski, Chicago, Ill. 657,049. HOT-AIR REGISTER. — George Auer, To- Prati, Clayville, N. Y.
657,664. RADIATOR CONSTRUCTION. - Charles T. Mitchell; cost, $40,000.
Colambus, 0.-William Lawson is having plans for ledo, O.
657,597. ELEVATOR. – Edward L. Hail and George 657,131. HOT-AIR FURNACE. Ohristian Olstod, Hail, Providence, R. I.
a flat-building drawn by Architect R. A. Roberts. Lawrence,
It will be a three-story brick structure, 36' 75, to Kan. 657,139. SHUTTER-FASTENER. - William D. Stans
(Continued in Supplement.) bury, Jenkintown, Pa.
Denver, Col. - Varian & Storner, architects, have 657,169 CARPENTER'S SCALE. - Chres Larsen,
drawn plans for a brick and stone church to be Council Bluffs, Ia.
erectod on Logan St. and 14th Ave., for the Chris657,195. AUTOMATIC SAFETY CUT-OFF FOR ELE
tian Scionco congregation; cost, about $80,000. VATORS. — George G. Guenther and Arthur G. Guen
Des Moines, la.–Oross & Son are preparing plans ther, Orange, Cal.
for a flat of prossed brick with Bedford stone trim657,211. ELECTRIC LOCK. – Henry G. Carleton, (Reported for The American Architect and Building News.) mings to be erected at 25th St. and University Ave.; New York, N. Y.
cost, $7,500. 657,239. GRATE-FRAME. – William G. Harlow, Yazoo City, Miss.
(Although a large portion of the building intelligence Guildhall, Vt.-- Gay & Proctor, architects, 12 657,278. AUTOMATIC FLUSHING APPARATUS,
Pearl St., Boston, Mass., have drawn plads for a is provided by their regular correspondents, the edi. Abner W. Barton, New York, N. Y.
three-story frame building, 404 x 45', to be used as tors greatly desire to receive voluntary information, 657,294. DEVICE FOR HANDLING BRICKS. Wm. especially from the smaller and outlying towns.]
a public library and lodge ball; cost, $15,000. A. Norcross, Detroit, Minn.
Hinsdale, Ill. - Architect M. L. Boeri, Chicago, is 657,296. METHOD OF MAKING ARTIFICIAL STONE.
drawing plans for a residence of the old English - Sören Schougaard, Copenbagen, Denmark.
type, with frame, plaster and beam exterior to be 657,308. STATIONARY WASHTUB FOR LAUNDRIES. Buffalo, N. Y.- Mary A. Reiman will erect a resi
built here; cost, $9,000. - Edward C. Brunner, Cleveland, O.
dence at 186 Ashland Ave. It will be a two-story Knoxville, Tenn.-J. T. Brownlee and others will
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BUILDING INTELLIGENCE. 707 Ogden Bldg., Chicago, Ill.
(Advance Rumors Continued.)
(Apartment Houses Continued.) Third Ave., cor. 57th St., general alterations, in One Hundred and Fiftieth St., nr. St. Nicholas terior & exterior; $30,000; o., Nineteenth Ward Ave., seven-st'y bk, semi-fireproof_apart., 85' x 90'; Bank, 953 Third Ave.; a., Horgan & Slattery, 1 $200,000; O., Moore & Ashley, 435 W. 147th St.; a., Madison Ave.
Moore & Landsiedel, 1481h St. & 3d Ave. BUILDING INTELLIGENCE.
Lexington Ave., cor. 50th St., new iron columns E. Eighty-fifth St., No. 345, five-st'y & base. bk.
& beams & new floors; $10,000; O., Chae. E. B. flat, 25' 87' gir; $25,000: 0., A. Bachrach, 610 Broad(Advance Rumors Continued.)
Smith, 149 E. 22d St.; a., Harry A. Jacobs, 16 E. way; a., M. Bernstein, 245 Broadway.
23d St. organize a company with a capital of $50,000 to Philadelphia, Pa. – Hutchinson and Oxford Sts.,
CHURCHES. build a knitting-mill here.
six-st'y bk. & yellow.pino factory addition, 8% < Boston, Mass.-W. Fifth St., Nos. 73-75, bk.church, Maywood, Ill. - The Maywood Foundry & Ma 53' 63'' x 111'; $35,000; O., Frank Schable & Co.; b..
521 x 117', pitch roof, steam; $30,000; o., Rt. Rev. chinery Co. have had plans prepared for a machine Charles Auchter; a., J. Franklin Stuckert & Son.
J.J. Williams; a., P. W. Ford; not let. shop by M. J. Morehouse, Chicago. The building
Brooklyn, N. Y. - St. Paul's Pl., cor. St. Paul's will be of steel construction, 60' x 100'.
Ct., bk. church, 69' 10" x 148' 10", iron roof, steam; Milwaukee, Wis.-Mrs. Jessie H. Hovey will build Boston, Mass: -- Staniford St., nr. Green St., three
$73,000; O., St. Paul's Episcopal Church; a., H. R. st'y bk. aparts., 21' 31', flat roof, stoven; $8.500; a two-story, 31' 36'. brick Colonial dwelling in
Brewster, 45 Excbange DI., N. Y. Merrill Park; cost, $6,000. o., Jennie D. Steuer; b., B. Steuer; a., G. H. Smith.
Ocean Parkway, nr. Sheepsbead Bay Road, bk. Minneapolis, Minn.- Charles R. Aldrich has pre
Brooklyn, N. Y.- President St., nr. 5th Ave., 3 church, 571 411 x 102' 2", slate roof, steam; $55,000;
four-st'y bk. flats, 27' x 71'7". gravel roofs; $27,000; 0., Rev. J. J. Cullen; a., Ingle & Almirall, 10 E. 230 pared plans for the Pillsbury Home for Girls. It will occupy the site at 2d Ave. and 8th St., will be 0., Elizabeth Assip. 224 Sixth Ave.
St., N. Y. three stories in height, 42 x 80', and will be built
Sands St., nr. Bridge St., 2 four-st'y bk. aparts. Carbondale, Pa.– Fall Brook St., fr. church, 50' x of brick and stone. 25' x 65'; $30,000; o., Forstrick & Lameter, 217 w.
85': $13,000; 0., Italian Roman Catholic Society; a., Kees & Colburn, architects, are preparing plans 125th St., N.Y.
P. J. Morris. for the Chamber of Commerce Building to be
Quincy St., Dr. Lewis Ave., 2 four-st'y bk. flats, erected at 4th St. and 4th Ave., S. It will be 130' x
251 3 70'; $24.000: o., F. Berlenbacb, 838 Flushing Chicago, Ill.- Washington Boulerard, No8.770-780, Ave.; a., W. B. Wills, 17 Troutman St.
two-st'y bk. church, 90' x 120'; $75,000: o., Third 156', and eleven stories in height, the two lower
Church of Christ, Scientist; a., H. M. G. Garden, stor es of which will be built of St. Cloud granite, New York, N. Y. - Amsterdam Ave., cor. 157th St.,
172 Washington St.; b., O'Brien & Dungan, 212, 145 the upper portion of the building being constructed five-st'y bk. flat & store, 24' 11" x 100'; $30,000; o.,
La Salle St. of gray mottled brick with terra-cotta ornamen
Wm. C. Scbmidt, 461 Lenox Ave.; A., Cleverdon & tation and trimmings. Cost will be about $400,000.
Putzel, 41 W. Union Sq.
Joplin, Mo. - Pearl St., bk. & st. church, 68' x 70', Newark, N. J.-The Fire Department has had plans
Broadway, cor. 103d St., seven-st'y bk. flat &
zino roof, furnace; $18,000; 0., First Christian store. 95'7" x 120', tin & plastic slate roof; $380,000;
Church; a., Leon A. Hunter. drawn for a new engine-house to cost $12,000; architect, L. A. Virtue.
0., Daily & Carlson, Broadway & 1020 St.; a., Henry New York, N. Y. - W. One Hundred and Fortieth Andersen, 1180 Broadway.
St., No. 185, one-st'y bk. church. 37' 6"_x 100'; New York, N. Y. - Alexander Haft will build on Ninety-sixth St., n 8, 125' w Madison Ave., seven $6,000; O., Evangelical Zion Church, 173 W. 140th Lenox Ave., west side 138th to 139th Sts. which st'y bk., st. & terra-cotta apart., op lot 24' x 103 x St.; a., Niels Toelberg, Home St. & Southern property he recently purchased, 12 tive-story light 66' 9" x 100'; $110,000; O., Cohen & Weinstein, 141 Boulevard. brick, limestone and terra-cotta flats after plans Broadway; a., Louis Korn, 37-39 Maiden Lane.
FACTORIES. by Architect Geo. F. Pelham; cust, $225,000.
Eighth Ave., cor. 150th St. reven-st'y bk. fiat, 991 Ottawa, Ill. - Gen. M. T. Maloney will build a 11" x 98'; $80,000; 0.. Myer Hellman, 15 E. 92d St.; Poston, Mass. - Summer St., nr. Liverpool St., fr. $60.000 brick and terra-cotta, 52' x 110', five-story a., Hugo Kafka, 99 Nassau St.
mecbanical building. 30' 68', flat roof, steam; oftice building. Wilson & Marshall, 218 La Salle
Southern Boulevard, nr. Home St., three-st’y bk.
$20,000; O., John E. Lynch; a., Webber & Smith;
not let." St., Chicago, architect.
flat, 25/ 1 70'; $12,500: 0., James O'Hara, Hoe Ave., Brooklyn, N Y., Clermont Ave., br. Fulton St. Philadelphia, Pa. - Architects Hazelburst &
a., M. Bernstein, 245 Broadway.
five-st'y bk. factory, 50' x 981; $24,000; 0., Michael Huckle have prepared plans for a six-story brick
Henry St., No. 232, six-st'y bk. flat & stores. 23' 5"
Marlborough's Sone, 467 Clermont Ave.; a., G. and stone office. factory and storage building to be x 100'; $20,000; O , Abraham Cohen, 168 Park Row;
Lowden, 471 Clermont Ave. erected by Fleck Bros., at 44 to 50 N. 5th St. a., Horenburger & Straub, 122 Bowery.
Stratton's Walk, nr. Ocean Ave., two-st'y bk.
Broadway, cor. 112th St., seven-st'y hk. & st. flat Porter, Ind.-The Chicago Stopper Co., 153 La Salle & bachelor apartment, 100' 11" x 95'; $250,000; 0.,
boiler-house, 38' 8" x 87', gravel roof; $10,000; O., St., Chicago, Ill., will build a brick glass-factory Geo. E. Wilson, 195 Bowery; a., Neville & Bagge,
Gilbert Stratton, Surf Ave. & W. 8th St.; a., P. M. with truss roof here, to be 128' x 141'; and cost 217 W. 125th St.
Coco, 8 Union St. $35,000.
One Hundred and Thirty-eighth St., pr. Broad-Newark, N. J. - Belmont Ave., No. 144, one-st'y bk. Superior, Mich. -An addition is to be built to the way, five-st'y bk, flat, 25' x 86'4"); $22,000; O., Job church, 55' x 100': $30,000; O., St. Stanislaus Society, Nelson Dewey school-building at a cost of about J. Dorgan, 459 W. 155th St.; a., Neville & Bagge, Rev. V. Masnicki; a., Louis H. Giele. $30,000. The proposed addition will be used for 217 W. 125th St. high school purposes.
W. Forty-third St., No. 421, five-st'y & base. bk. Philadelphia, Pa. - Broad St., nr. Curtin St..
three-st'y bk. & yellow-pine chemical factory, 607 Toledo, 0.-The Hotel Co. of America, in which
flat, 25' x 83' 11"'; $27,000; o., John Frick, 255 W.
x 80'; $6,700; o., N. E. Groves; b., Andrew MowB. R. Ayres is interested, will, it is reported, erect 27th St.; a , M. Bernstein, 245 Broadway.
bray. a large hotel in this city to cost $650.000.
Seventh Ave., cor. 142d St., 4 five-st'y bk. & st.
Twenty-eighth St. and Pennsylvania Ave., oneALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. flats, 24' 11'' x 25' x 75'; $91,000; 0., Fleischmann
st'y bk. tank-shop, 69' x 155' X 197'; $18,000: 0.,
Bros., 1487 Fifth Ave.; a., G. F. Pelham, 503 Fifth Baldwin Locomotive Works; b., Roydhouse, Arey New York, N. Y.- Amsterdam Ave., No. 766, wall Ave.
& Co. removed & extension wall built up; also general One Hundred and Forty-second St., nr. 7th Ave., alterations; $16,000; O., City of New York; a.,
CLUB-HOUSES. 2 six-st'y & base. bk. & st. flats, 25' x 82', $46,000; Building Supt. N. Y Fire Dept., 157 E. 67th St. 0., Fleischman Bros.; a., G. F. Pelham.
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Sands St., cor. Charles St., seven