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 ■^yy;,!ffr  "yt'HW  I if rri^  $  li 1) B. JB ii    Is     P £   - H    8  p ii ff% a * *  ^  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  m^  i  &£ \^gg^  VOlj. XIX. No. 29  A PUSLICATION DEVOTED TO GENE3AL NEWS. BUILPSN 0.   C02:TBACTIN0,  ENGiyEEBZNG, PROVINCIAL,  CITY  AND 3ZABB03 IMPBOVSMENTS.  PnbllnJxed  Monday  Weaneudny and JPrlday  VANCOUVER, B.C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920.  JRffci  louwajM yniUMwo immsuus smimimrtaumujuitts'tasui  it  ii>ffr~ir 5"»"   "■■>""'■'*■'»■■■»"■ ""f-"»TTriTi  steal  Wood Preservative laired Stain :-  Recommended for all  woodwork,  inside antl  outside.    It  doc-,  not  evaporate, like dnlinarif stains, and as a result kocs further.  Covering:- ,  Dro-.rfft«l lumber,  1   gallon coverm 400 square feet.  I'n dressed iuirti or, I gallon covers 2o0 rsrjuarc feet.-  Shingles, 1 paHon brushed on, covers ISO to 175 square feet.  Shingles, dipped. S fo 'J Indies, i"Vs gallons to 1000 shingles.  Wm. N. O'NEIL' Co., Limited .  OarNsiv Silliress; 530 HOWE ST. '   ' Sey. 4795 - 47SS  i»!fovatoM«»«*uvmifr»»?«u*»iu-''"»r«*MMiMiM  ^r>IW4«4>«^^HKMM]MWI««M*VI«MI»JWM«<^  Office and Plant  629 Pender Street "Went  P3ICE—Per Tear la Advance    -    SIO.C*  Por aiontlt    -----        1.0*  ■ • - CONTMACTOMS' -  Whera The Specifications CsS3 Por A Fan  Phone or write for'  Canadian "SIROCCO? .Prices  TAYLOR ENGINEERING COMPANY, Limited  DESIGNING AND ERECTING ENGINEERS  Credit Ponder Building  Telephone Seymour SW§  'Tjjf"'"" '.»■ ""» .<fo'>,;..'5.{  V  /,  Roofing, Bu'lding  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Ft.ofColumbia av  CEMENT BRSC  STTPEKIOrs- QUALITY, CUTS COOTS  AKS   ADDS   APPEABA2TCE  WATERPROOF  WIDE RANGE of COLORS  POLYCHROME CEMENT  Brick & Tile Co., Ltd.  v~  OSctti.Onncan Bldff. . Sey. 85JO  Work* B. F. 815    -  IITDUSTBIAL   ISLANT3  Fwone 2988  1  Home Refrigeration  WITHOUT ice   v  «  Install < a-.. ^  FROST  »f  •BLKCT-K1CAI,   KEKKIGJSHATGH  IX  YOU 11 -NfcJVV   HOilK  M.Ai1«'  In   Canada  Jamieson Engineering  Company."..  FhitnV-,-Sey.Viyi.cCi #.'•% 1-ondon THdfr.  -*-—*»«^- ■    ' *"  EXTENSIVE ALTERATION  PLANS ARE BEING MADE  - BY LOCAL ARCHITECTS)  Architects Dalton «& Eveleigh, j,  Davis Chambers, have been com  missioned to prepare plans for extensive alterations for the interior  of the Ivanhue Hotel at 1038 Main  Street and will have details of the  proposed work ready for tlie commencement ' of.' renovation operations  in the very near future. Special  features in connection with the stair-'  ways and corridors are nlanned and  Extensive structural alterations will  place the quarters in excellent condition, throughout in every detail of.  plumbing,   finish,  and   decoration.   .  The same ' architectural firm, is  preparing plans- for alterations to be  made   in   connection   with " the ' fire  ENDE^SON  PAINT  Company, Limited  Architectural Paints and Varnishes  642 GRANVILLE ST. SEYMOUR 61T0  BUILDING BRISK  AT CHILLIWACK  (Continued-from pa?o 4)  «' '_ _  _ -'^A V""r -   '- -^   , _   «>' .; . . _^mni_   .  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  "*"' Ouir St««k'ls«[|pjMr«ft Complete) ontht Pacific Coast „'xfT-..  -DO. YOU WEED ANY  FSi  PANELS ";  W« Have ff Large Stock of Sanded On* Sid•  :.  J. FYFE SMITH CO.-LIMITED    ,,  1320 MCHARDS ST.       .;        SCY. 3199 VANCOUVER. B.C. J Sif  Demand    for    Residences    Stimulates  Building  Industry—Permits  Amount to $30,000.  CHILIrlWACIC—Building Inspector  Woodruff is kept busy these days issuing building permits and keeping  tabs upon construction. Since the last  list of new buildings was published  in June over $30,000 worth of new  buildings have been put up. The largest individual building erected in. the  city'so far•„ this year is the Ford Garage on the Westminster road-built for  A. S. -Goard & Co., ,the total cost of  which exceeded $10,000. The general  building activity throughout the city  and valley has been sufficient to induce the Heaver River Lumbw. Co.. of  Xew Westminster, to put in a sales  I yard here with .Mr. O. Nelson as man-  jager. * The company took out a SS50  hermft'for their ofilcd and yard build-  TO CONSTRUCT  $75,000 SAWMILL  ii       Frank   Beban   Will   Erect   a    Larger  Unit,on Site of. Recent  Fire   •  NANAIMO, B.C.—The $75,000 sawmill belonging to Mr. Prank Beban in  the :vicinity of Extension which was  recently destroyed by fire will be rebuilt according' to a decision reached  by.the owner after a visit to Vancouver .and consultation with construction concerns In that ,city.  The new mill will be more-complete  in every detail, than the former one  and will occupy the same site. It will  have the daily capacity of 50,000 (feet  B.M.. The machinery installation and  other .details of plans in connection  with the basic requirements of the  general building will be. worked out  by Mr. V. Young-of" the Yates Machine  Company of Vancouver who is in Nanaimo. in conference with Mr. Beban.  J Construction  will   be  commenced    as |  Clayburn Firebrick,  Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Elk Brand Cement, Reinforced -  Steel, H yd rated  >    - ' Lime, etc.  NEW MASONRY BUILDING  IS BEING DESIGNED FOR  SEYMOUR STREET SITE  That 'another, downtown business"  block of pavement construction is  soon to be added to the work "under  construction in tlie city is made known  in the anouueement that architects  Bowman & Cullerne,,_ 716 Yorkshire  building have been commissioned by  a prominent.business man to prepare  plans for the erection of a two-story.  brick and hollow tile structure on Sey-  mour street near Dunsmuir.  , The new structure will be 120 by'  25 feet in size, the ground floor being  designed for commercial store pux:  poses. The second floor will be ^fin-  islied and divided for apartment suites  which will be equipped with modern  plumbing" and other first class features. Further details will" bd' announced as plans and other arrangements are1 completed.  MUNDY, ROWLANDS CO.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS .  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  General  Electrical   Construction  London & British North  America Co. Limited.  ALL   CLASSES   OF   INSURANCE"  "WRITTEN" -*"■  ,   ,    '  TE  BEFBESEHT ""  ""  , V \ a  JJORTHi BRITISH A   \ ,   f  MERCANTILE KIRE  INSURANCE  *>-~j .^Company "** a  HARTFORD'RR^ INSURANCE  -        Company ,  636 Fendax St.~WMft  S«y.  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  "   .     ■.''.':   "THOU" ■ -  Boiler Bearing Drilla—Closo Quarter Piston. AirDrillB—Blvettoif Hammflm  ,  Clilppiiig' BCaauacrs—'Wood B or ears—Turblae ,aad .Electric, Drill*  Ki^rit Speed St«el—Szills—Beomers, etc      „ *  1,  1144 HOaCEB ST,  COaUFXEXE  STOCK Or ACCES^OBXEB —^  *'/  Pboaa S«y.-4iae  CHAIViPlON a WHITE  ■>'  inff last-month.    The dwelling houses j  i erected   recently  include   the. one  at  Isoon as plans and details are "arranged 11  T. G. McSRIDE & CO.  r. iy it*,, i  v_  Get Our P/nce On  BUILDING  MATERIALS  Robin HrJod BoiSers and Radiation  \^yf » ■ ■■.■■■■!.■   i ■!       ^,  10S3 italn St.  -J  t Wellington street put up by Mr." P. H.  j Brock' for "iMrs. 'A. JR,' Henderson" for  I which -'a- $."*,000 permit was issued;  'other permits recently issued include  j the  following:  T>A. WALSH & Co.,.Ltd.  Machinery  and   Supplies  . 'B.C. Distributors For    ■■    ' ,  ""\ ; "Mr. R  ACME SK1NGLE BANDS/ BOX STRAPPING, CORR.UQATED FASTENERS  MONOGRAM- OILS aV GREASES '  YELLOW STRAND WIRE ROPE  . * .. ■ 858 . 60 Cambie St..  ■''.■,.      .    .JTZZ-/  Say: 4738 - 4739.  r  339 HASTINGS STrW.  J. A.  FLETT Limited  Cofblh Lock and' Building Hardware  SPORTING GOODS  DEALERS  SEYMOUR 2327  ->  Mr. J.  O. Nichol. residr»nc<\ S-I-OOO;  Mr. J. P. Robertson, residence, $3,000;  Hroadhead residence, $2400; J  i Pooke, residence, $2,000;   S. R  i ins. residence, $2000: Ira Calkins, re-  jsidence.   S2000;   \vf ,11.   Bishop,   rosi-  jdence, §1200;   H.  Farrant,   residence,  j?l200;   Victor  Woodworth,   residence.  151000;   garage    and    chicken    house,  '?.";00;' Mr. II. Parker, removing; and repairs  to  dwelling.-house,    S1000;     A.  Malcolm,  stable,  $500;  -I.  Gowanlock,  repairs. $-100;  Harry Gibbs. dwelling,  $400;   Ii.   M.   McGrath,   ?f»00:   W.  jr.  Gale, repairs, %25Q;"A. W. Blackburn,  shed, $150:-J.  A. - Magar, outbuilding,  | $li)0; M. Patterson repairs. $250.  CONTRACTOR   WANTED   FOR  NICOLA   VALLEY BUILDING  Architects Maclure & Lort, S16 Credit Foncier  building,  are desirous - of J  getting in touch with a contractor who j  would be willing to take charge of the'f  construction of a small addition to a'  house in Nicola Valley which is to be j  Calk-Jerected ijl tQe immediate future. Fare;  'will bo paid and accommodations pro-;  vided  during construction  operations.  " ' ESTABLISHED  1898*3   '  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL""DEALERS JN     -■.-.'..—  -    SAND, GRAVEL, BRICK, LIME. AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  PROMPT DELiVERY v   - .  '1051 Vain St. ' * 5elephon9 Sarmoor 125*  Phllpot-Macdonald Co., Limited.  Electrical Engineers  CONSULTING ■ INSTALLATIONS - POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION  DESIGNING - SHOP WORK  1573 Main St. Phone :-   Fair. 3623  EstimatM Given  Seymonr 7200  BUILDER'S SUPPLIES  WE CARS.Y A COlEPLETi: X.I1TB Or 4 •  FINISHING HARDWARE - CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES  WOOD, VALLANCE & LEGGAT, LIMITED  Wholoariio Heavy and Shelf Hardware  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUJVIBSA  *J#*tfUlVfl        hHIBIHVI       «^W»?  MANUrACXTXREBS  OT  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE  CALL FOR TENDERS ON  CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL  CLOVERDALE—It is hoped to lay  before tlie ratepayers tenders for the  proposed consolidated school before  the poll on the by-law to cover the  expenditre in connection wi;h the  scheme.     • -:       s \  Mr, Lockhart.is going to call for  tenders at once and they will be opened on -Aug. 26'arid placed before  the   voters , so   that  they   rhay  l\iiow  • the exact amount on**which-they are  .voting. Bonds for' the school .by-  j law may be floated in this muni-  ; cipality to keep the money at home.  ' According to a local financial expert,  it  would   be   cheaper  to  pay  aii"""a'd-"  ditional one per cent, to residents of  • this   municipality . than   to   send   to  ' "Montreal    or   New   York.    One    farmer stated that should,bonds be sold  here    he    would    immediately    take  915,000,   showing   his   confidence   in  ! the" scheme. '  BOWMAN &  CULLERNE  WILL    .  DESIGN    STORE   BUILDING  Architcts Bowman & Culuerne,  716 Yorkshire building, have been  commissioned to prepare plans for  the erection of a frame store and  apartment building at Brighouse on  Lulu Island for Mr. J. \V. Stirton of  that place. The building will be 2  stories 'in height occupying the  groundarea 4S x  57 feet in size.  Two stories will occupy the ground  level of the structure while two  apartment suites will be designed  for the upper floor. The building  operations will be conducted under  direct supervision of the owner it  is   announced   by   the   architects.  Structural Steel Forfygry Purpose!  ■EAiis, cxAjnncx.s, awo-uis, p&atxs, ttsbm, coi  C03CPI,ETXLT EQXXIPPED  i'ABMlCATXMa-UXOTM   -  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Ttdrmont 22B6 saUL 3397  ▼»neonT«r, X. O.  DOMINION BRICK  Tot Sale by  Champion & Wlilte; Evans, Coleman & Zteu:3, ,£td^'TIi08. G. KcBrlda ft .Co,  and tlie SitcJiie Coatracting: &'Supply Co., Zttd'.     '" ik*  Also by.Gilley Bros., ITew "Westiulnstcr^.^Jie Ebnrae Sand,& Graval. Co.„  Eburne, and the Great "West Sand Sc^Gravel Co.i''North. "Vancoaver;  GABRIOLA SHALE PRODUCTS  LIMITED    *'  Head   Office  102   Moody   Block  VICTORIA, B.C.  TENDERS  INVITED FOR    "  RECLAMATION   WORK  Tenders are   being invited  by    the  Department   of   the   Interior,   Ottawa,  up  to  September 27th  for    the    construction  of  Drains,    Waterhen    Reclamation project. !  ...                                 > »  Plans,   specifications  and   form    of I  contract can be seen, at the office of j  the   District   Chief   Engineer.   Domin-'  ion   Water  Power  Branch,  213   Hastings street east.  An accepted bank cheque drawn on  a chartered bank of Canada .for, the  sum of $10,000 and made payable to  the order of the Jiiiiister of the Interior must accompany each tender.  BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.  BEXXrrOBCXKG 3TEEI.:— '      '  Large stocks of Mild Steel Bars.   We cut to length.    Cold Twist and Bend  Bars to details.    ■ . -   •■  BOLTS:— y-yy'y:.:^-,  '■-   -Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts. Tie Bolts, Cast Iron "Washers. "We are prepared  '••'<■■■ to furnish larse orders of Specud Bolts on short notice.  MERCHANT  IRON  AND STEEL BARS  POETIASD   CEatENT -^ LIME  — SCOTCH  TIKE  BKICK —  TIS.S   CX.AT  GB.APEITE  rOTTNDEY  fa.CTXOS  —  COKE  —  SEA  COAX  PIG rSOK — BLACXSJCTH COAX. — XA1TXX.A BOPE  103 yrrircH bum.  private ex. sey. 9137  WE   CA3T  MAKE   rKMCSUXE  OELrnCKT  QT  AT  REASONABLE PRICES  Call and aee u«, or phone.  South Ead^of Connaught Bridge  Phone Fair. 918-919  Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour 4660  mailable Eiectrlc  3. SMITH, Manager  152 Alexander St.   Vancouver, B.C.  Twenty Years' Espoxlonoe In all Branches  of Electrical Work. Xnap«ctlon—Expert  Advlc* —- Tronblb 'Work—Installing1 — Be-  Winding—All Work Gnar&niocd.  Just  Received  1C€,000, and  More  Following  Also See us For  .     SAND;  GRAVEL.   CEMENT/ FIBRE  PLASTER,   LIME  AND  OTHER   BUILDING   MATERIAL  ITGHIE GONTRACTINO and SUPPLY eo.,lti  v_  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  GranWile Street  C  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53 m  8  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING & HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Pfcone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer SL  Vancouver B. C.  BUILDING PERMITS AMOUNTING OVER $750,00  Number  Description  Cost  Strsst Address  lK)t and Block  12103—Stairway & Elevators....$40,000  12110—Dwelling '.. ?1400  12111—Dwelling     ?3525  Cordova  St   3171   Union St   53-84  3152 10th. Ave. W 6-6C  Subdivision  Architect,   J.  Y. McCarter  H.   T   540  S. A'. Kyall  Contractor  Address  Dora. Constr. Co....  ....509 'Richards St.  J   C.   Mitton     Ovur  r  f  Address  David  Spencer  Dalton..  •"raw's &  *>  Ltd...  W.  N.  J. P. 1  City  St.  Regis  Rooms  .            FRASER RIVER  PILE DRIVING  Co., Limited  " *\ A. Jonaa, MSt.  WHARF BUILDING, BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  Ownsra  of Tor "OUre"  Osnsrsl Towiaff  324 FRONT ST. NEW WESTMINSTER  TELEPHONE 1015  Fair, Robinson & Bird Limited  Designers and Manufacturers of  HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  •-RADIANT LIGHTS "  For Commercial Llffhclmj  546 hi owe Street  Phone Sey. 3312  \r  B.C. CONSTRUCTION NEWS  LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL BUILDING, TENDERS   WANTED,   BRIDGES,   HIGHWAYS   ETC.  SIDNEY ROOFING  AND PAPER CO., LTD  F  'altoi Murray  Srate Montr  •#  Murray Bros., Ltd.  PLUMBING and HEATING  CONTRACTORS  santoum mm  137 Powell St.  Vancouver. B.  ,"H  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  -  and  Steamfitting  1927 Howe St.  Vaneeuver. B. C  Phone fey. 130  Hei.Bay. 77    -  S. 9. Tricksy  *i!  X. Z. BlllOtk  Central Sheet  Metal Works  PLUMBING   HEATING  VENTILATING  SOO CarnM* St.,   t joy. 620  DIXON & MURRAY  MAMUrACTURCIW or  SHOWCASES/OFFICE  an store fittings  GEMERAl CAIPEHTEI WORK  VANCOUVER PERMTS  12102—M. Swanson, repairs, 1723  Keefer St., 175, C. Griffen, 1725 52nd  Ave." E., Contr.  12104—J. Wigman, garage, 1888 6th  Ave. E., |150. ~ ■"  12105—G. A. Lee, alterations, 1159  Granville St., |130.  12106—Mercantile Mortgage Co., alterations, 318 Homer St., $75f  12107—Mercantile Mortgage Co., alterations, 315 Cordova St. W;, |500.  12108—E. Goldsby, frame bldg., 3323  Parker St., $150.      -    \  12109—F. E. Quaite, frame bldg.,  2869 Trinity St., $250; A. JEdwards,  2788 Albert St., contr.  12112—C. R. Hitchcock, addition,  1649 Parker St.; $300;" ,J./EL Greig,  contf. ■   -. i-    K    ^,-y,    <■„. -  12113—A. J. Dumaresq,' garage, 2049  Sth Ave. W„ $100.      .  ,  WRIGHT BROS.  - BUILDERS -  SEY. 3815      511 DUNSMUIR ST.  i  OASPOBO  TBVCX sfAHAOXK  MAXIMO   GOOD   BBCOBS  Award Construction  Work On Barn  COonttnnsd from" pMf» • 1»  MlHllHe. PAPER HAKG-  ,  MB H* MiSOipiNE     .'  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  dairy cattle.  Architect    Gardiner    also    has the  plans under way for the second unit  of the dairy farm, plant on which work  will be started shortly.  ,This second  unit will comprise a large and Band-  aomely    designed  country'"residence  for Mr. Stuart G. Johnstone, the managing director of the company.    "The  dwelling will cost in the neighborhood  of  $12,000,  and  other  details  of the  second .unit* will include several large  dairy buildings.    When the plans are  ready for tenders due notice will be  given In these columns.  INLAY HARDWOOD FLOOR '  COMPANY  J.   DlMSSON.   MANAGES  FLOORS LAID AND OLD FLOORS SSPINISHCO  tat Fender Ot. W.                  Sey. MM.  Bee. Vfeeaes Sorta Tea. Mt  NICK COSCO  ,   QEMEIML CONTRACTOR  EXCAVATING.* CONCRETE WORK-AND  SEWERS.  GRADING ROADS AND  LAND CLEARING «--„-, -  1387  St.  •sy. 73tt-tf  Townloy & Matheson  Busy With Designs  (OoatUaed to pare 4)  Heating Without Coal  How would you like to be free for  all time from furnaces, dirty fuel  and ashes? How would you like to  be able to switch on your heat as  you do electric light? .  -  Let  Gas  Radiators  or  Unit Registers  Heat Your Home   -y  Gas will heat your home economically and satisfactorily, without  odor or fumes, automatically if^you  desire. -Let us tell you about; the  features of this. up-to-date heating  system.  Vancouver Gas Co.  Manufacturers of  Ready Roofing, Building  Dry   and   Saturated Felts.  Barbados Roofing Paint ,•  VICTORIA, B.C,  Oarrell aal  Vaeae Sey.  lallim  S0.  Jot il down  in a  Loose leaf Memo  IT fits the vest-pocket and  is always ready to receive  facts and figures and all  kinds of data, such as every  busy person needs.,   y  New sheets replace old ones,  making the cover a permanent  investment.  Lightest, strongest, simplest  and most compact memo book.  Press the trigger  and the rings open  No more torn sheets. No  fumbling, fingering; or scolding. Just the outfit for every-  bpdy of affairs.  Costs little, lasts always, because it  is bound in genuine Morocco.  Let us show the De Luxe  Loose Leaf Memo to YOU.  Western Specialty  ;'.   IJimltad  672  Granville  St.   -   Sey.  3626  UUHIIHIIIIiBBgnUB  nose  Storage Co., at 3380 .Granville street.  The work, which will involve about  45,000, will Include the laying of new  hardwood floors' concrete walks and a  number of built-in fixtures to make the  dwelling strictly modern.   ..-. ><  Messrs. Townley ,*&*'Matheson have  plans also under way for a^ six-room  stucco bungalow • for - Mrs. • Sophia  Drake, to be erected on Osier avenue,  Shaughnessy Heights. This promises  to be a very cosy dwelling and?will  have a full concrete basement, fire  places, hardwood floors, hot air heating, and will cost in the neighborhood  of ?5,000.  Plans are also in course of preparation for a neat, six-room frame and  stucco bungalow to be erected in, Victoria for Mr.-George Madden, of-that  city. This dwelling will cost about  $5,000; and "will have" a full concrete  basement, hot air heating, _ hardwood  floors and embody in its construction  practically all features that go to  make up a cosy home.  Mr. A. Luster Heyer, Jr., business  Manager of the B. C. Financial Times,  has commissioned Townley & Matheson to prepare plans. for a' four-room  frame and stucco bungalow to cost  about $4,000, and which is to be erected in Point Grey. The plans, which  will be ready soon, show the dwelling  to have hardwood floors, hot air heating, and'will be very conveniently laid  out.  Further details of these projects  will be given in the columns of The  Record.  —————————■      .»'  WAVTZD  A young: man for Building Material  concern; one who has had some experience in retail hardware. Good opportunity for advancement. Box 95,^ Record.  GEORGE   A   8ABOUBXX  Mr. George A. Sdh-oiirln, Manager of  Motor i Service Limited. B. C. Distributors for Garford Trucks is making an  enviable record in tho distribution > of  Garfordn jn this territory. Garford  trucks have proven particularly popular with firms encased in the buildiiiK  and .supply trade. This is quite evident  from the fact that the following well  known firms have -recently- added Gar-  fords to their equipment: JEburne Sand  & Gravel Co.. Champion & White; Pt.  Grey Building Supply Co.. R. C. Fir &  Cedar Lumber- Co.; Canadian Explosives; Royston Lumber Co.; Moore & ]"Vhit-  tington Lumber Co. and numerous  others. *   .-  . .    r-i  " NEVER LEAK " Roof Coating  Now is the season to recoat your'Ready Roofing or Metal Roof.  "\ Barrels or 4 gal. tins. '  "A Stitch;in Time Saves Nine."  PACIFIC HOOPING CO., Limited  Seymour   1186  MANUFACTURERS  Industrial Island  Vencouver, B.C.  Campbell & Grill  „ ' SetabUsbed IMS  Roofing Contractors  BSAfc wnrx>ows—ra» 9O0su^-axo*ts.*TACxs_hot-  rtmxAcs—▼xxTttATixo  fAxs—Slow nrna-  ■KTXaaXTS—OBXBXAft jossixa   ,  ia38vB«7B>oar Sjk.  ▼sneorfrer, 9yC-  ■•naoax SMI  OAXABZaX XATZOXAZi XAXX.WATS  , , Western Usee  A Grand Rapids, Mich., man gave  his daughter a $4,500 house when she  married. She found a $4,000 mortgage against it and is suing hor father  for that amount, claiming he told her  it was free of encumbrance.  Sealed   tenders   addressed   to   the   undersigned   and   endorsed   "Tenders   for  Ties" will  be received at this office until   twelve   o'clock   noon,   Tuesday,   31st  day of August,  1920,  for  3,000,000 Kail-  way Ties to be made and delivered  between. December  1st.   1920,  and  November'1st,   1921   .in   accordance   with   Tie  Specification No. 3S56, dated March 18th,  1919.  875,000 to   be   delivered   on   Canadian  National  Lines   in  British  Columbia.  60e;000 to   be   delivered   on   Canadian  National   Lines   in   Alberta.  1,000,000 to   be   delivered   on   Canadian  National   Lines   between   Winnipeg and  Armstrong.  50,000 to   be   delivered   on   Canadian  National Lines in Manitoba.  25,000 to   be   delivered   on" Canadian  .   National  Lines  in   Minnesota.  '400,000 to   be   delivered   on   Canadian  . National Lines "between  Rainy  River and Port Arthur. ♦  50.000 to    be    delivered    4>n    Duluth.  Winnipeg   &   Pacific.  Lines   in  Minnesota.  Tender   forms  and   Specifications   can  be obtained at  the ofilce of the General  Tie  Agent,   No.   9   Toronto   Street,   Toronto.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on forms supplied by the .Railway.  No   tender   for   quantities   less    than  10.000   ties  will  be considered.  The  lowest or any  tender  not  necessarily   accepted.  E.   LANGHAM.  General   Purchasing   Agent,  Canadian  National   Railways,  Toronto,   Ont.  Toronto, August "6;: 1920. ■''•.'.  XOTZCE TO OOXTXACTOXS  CamberlaaA School  Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender  fer Cumberland School." will be received by the Honourable the Minister  of Public Works Sp to 12 o'clock" noon  of Monday, the 6th" day of September,  1920, for the orection and completion of  & rfour-room addition to present-, four-  room frame school-house at Cumberland, in the Comox Electoral r»ietrict.  B. C. • ■{"  Plans, specifications, contract,:. and  forms of tender may be seen on. and  after the 17th day of August. 1»J»; at  the office of J.- Mahony. Esq., Gpvern-  ment Agent, Court-house, Cumberland;  S. McB. Smith, Esq., Government Agent,  Court-house, Nanaimo; or the Department of Public Works. Victoria,"B.C.  Intending tenderers can obtain one  copy of-plans and specifications by applying to the undersigned with a deposit of ten dollars. ($10) which will be  refunded on their return  In  good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to  the Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, for a sum equal to ten per cent.  (10%) of tender, which shall bo forfeited if the party tendering decline to  enter into contract when called upon to  do so. or if he fall to complete the work  contracted for. The cheques of unsuccessful' tenderers will be returned to  them upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed In the envelopes  furnished;'          The  lowest  or  any   tender- not  necessarily accepted. '    ;  .        A.. E.   FOREMAN,  Public Worka Engineer.  Public   Works  Department,  Victoria, B.C., Aug.  llth,  1920.  MALTHOID ROOFING  The Best that's made  8«le« Agenta :'; -  i'  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver, B. C.  MOFINfi  -L    The  PAIW6  MATJEIsUS  Company      tm  I nWm  IIMITCD^ ^^  for   color   card   off   BAIIRaTFS  VCLVEX  CREOSOTE  SHINGLE   STAINS  Car. lOtfc Ave. a\ Araataa St. Telealteaee Say. OS as* S4  PI80UCTS  V*  FAULDS McQUEEN &  PEARCE, LTD.  GENERAL  CONTRACTORS  We Specialize In  HOUSES & BUNGALOWS  gp:t our'I'igure  before you' build  Sey. 165 626 Hastings St. W.  The cost of a single day of fog to  the users of artificiaMight in London  is estimated to be not less than  $50,000.  MARTIN - SENOUR  100    PURE PAINT  COSTS LESS PER JOB THAN ANY OTHER PAINT ON THE MARKET AND LASTS LONGER  Saa Tha Quarantaa On Tha Can  VANCOUVER FACTORY:   1505 POWELL STREET  J  PI L I NGANo p O L ES  f=IR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  PEDERAL LUMBER CO., LTD.  1021-1024 Rogara Building Saymour 3998-3999  RED CEDAR  SHINGLES  ws MAjnrrACrrirBE ax.z.  ORAPSS  Delivered   by   our   Motor   Trucks  right on tne joto anywhere or  in   carload  lots.  UNION CEDAR MILLS Ltd  HOBTH   TAHCOUVEB  Phono K"orth Vancouver 885  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  successors; to  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  LTD.  Phona Ssymour 71SS  11SO Homer Straet  Vancouver, B. C.  566 Beatty St  Y: HEATH  For Steam, Hot Water or Warm  Air, Will Be Found Most Reliable And  Especially so  When  Installed   by  Competent  Engineers.  THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CC>., Limited  Seymour 7596  GALVANIZING  BAR IRON -SHIP IRONWORK -BOLTS - NUTS"  IRON and STEEL CASTINGS - FIRE ESCAPES  PIPE and FITTINGS - POLE LINE HARDWARE  WE  QAX.VANIZE  EVERYTHING BY HOT PROCESS  '  Fairmont 971 Office and Works, 225 - 5th W. Vancouver, B. C.  J  ,i,'irw»i.'lrt  j4'S';>.;i!w?i:jT.ii-fi:;jf  ■I  -!*■■:  ,,1-rff { ,:.r^^(  -•y.>i^v~;. ->T7 " "■•-ra-"T-—'—.*■ -^  . y< ■•  .    ..      ...... .,-■..,.-..'      .... ■',.      .......    ..    ....:.......   ■ pip  \,  I  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL-NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A TVZH.XCAT101T P3BTOT2D TO SEBEBAL HEWS. BTTH.DIN G.   COZTTKACTIWCJ,  EBTG-IHEEBZWO,  PBOVI2TCIA1,   CITY   AJID HABBOE ZMPBOVEHEEITTS.  VOL. X'JX. jVo. '29'  Pttblinhetl  Kosday  V/edupBUay and rriday  VANCOUVER, B.C., FRIDAY. AUGUST 20, 1920.  Office and Plant  62 B 2?crtdar Street "West  PSICE—Per Year in Advance    -    tlO-M  Per Month    -----        1J»  mwwumi lJu  i^jusbK *jictfC#JW afi»aw»iwira«noas:wijai«aisi  «oJ" -^ap" s&zi I  Wood Preservative "and Stain:-  "Recommended   for all   woodwork,, mnide  and  outside.    It  does no;  evaporate, liko ordinary" stains, and as a result koos further.  Covering:- ,  \)vn'<H(ni   lumber, 1   gallon  covers -100 square feel.  l'ndrfjs:-;Gfl JumJ-or, 1 gallon covers 2">0 nqiiare feet.  ShlngleR, 1 «a!Ioi> brushed on. covers ISO to 175 square foot.  Hhirigles   dipped 45 fo fJ inches, 1% gallons to 1000 shingles.  Cur New Address; 530 HOWE ST.  Sey. 4795 - 4796  MM»«Hi^^nWY«,'afW»^9MHMMiM«WtMN  ngnr  & ^ripm  'MS   -  When The Specifications CeSil For A Fan  Phone or write for  Ctaradian "SIRiOCICO'V Prices  TAVLOR  szNOSINlEiERSNG COMPANY, Limited  DESIGNING AND  ERECTING ENGINEERS  Credit Foncier Building  ~ Telephone Seymour 36S6  -irr/i,  /leTi  »/  Roofing, Bu?lc'ing  Papers, etc.  'Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2938  Ft.of Columbia av  ETTPERIOK QWAXiITY, CtfTS-COBTS  A27D   ADDS   APPEAKAHCE  WATERPROOF  WIDE RANGE of COLORS  POLYCHROME CEMENT  Brick & Tile Co., Ltd. .  EXTENSIVE ALTERATION  PLANS ARE BEING MAGE  BY LOCAL ARCHITECTS  03ce; 9un.can Bldg. . Sey. 8530  -•/ Works K. r. 815   ■  INDUSTKIAL   XSXlAXTD  Clayburn Firebrick,  Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  EJk Brand Cement, Reinforced  Steel, Hydrated  Lime, etc.  J  Architects Daiton' & Eveleigh,  Davis Chambers, have been com-  mlsioued   to   prepare   plans   for   ex-  SON  Company, Limited  Architectural Faints and Varnishes  642 GRANVILLE ST.     , SEYMOUR 6110  Home Refrigeration  without ice   v\  Install, a., ^ s   .,'  "JACK FROST"  '■BLROTJHCAIi ■ KBWlIGKKA'£OU   1NT  your:  xkw  Homk  Made   In   Canatt.-i  Jamieson Engineering  -.":■ * Company^---  tensive alterations for the interior j  of the Ivanhoe Hotel at 103S Main!  Street and will have details of the  proposed work ready for the commencement ' of' renovation operations  in the very near future. Special  features In connection with the stair-'  ways and corridors are planned and  extensive structural alterations will-  place the quarters in excellent condition throughout in every detail of  plumbing,   finish,   and  decoration.  -  The same" architectural firm. Ss  preparing pmns-for alterations to be  made   in   connection   with" the   fire  (Contlautd from p&ffo 4)  Panels.  >-v ■  Lumber   Veneer  ":: -'' "Our Stock faggieJMPft Complete on tho Pacific Coast  DO YOU  NEEDi ANY •"* FfR PANELS  ....       *    we Have a Large Stock of Sanded One Side      ~-  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LflVHTED    .  I 1320 MfflitBDS ST..      ; StY. 3199'      ' VAMCOBVER, B.C. J  BUILDING BRISK      .  AT CHILLIWACK  Demand    for    Residences    Stimulates  Building  Industry—Permits  [      ''    ,   Amount to $30,000. c  TO CONSTRUCT  $75,000 SAWMILL  Frank   Beban   Wjll,  Erect   a,. Larger  Unit.on Site of Recent  Fire*    -    ,    '•  CHrLilWACK—Building Inspector  Woodruff is kepi busy these days issuing building permits and keeping  labs upon construction. Since the last  list of new buildings was published  in June over $30,000 worth of new  buildings have been put up. The largest individual building erected in the  city so far,,this year is the Ford Garage on the Westminster road-built for  A. S. Goard & Co., -the total cost of  wiuch exceeded $10,000. The general  building activity throughout ihe city  and valley has been sufficient to in-  jduce the Beaver TUver Lumber. Go. of  ■J-Ncw Westminster, to put in a sales  (yard here with Mr, O. Nelson as manager. ' The company toole out n  $550  NANAIMO, B.C.—The $75,000, sawmill belonging to Mr.- Prank Beban in  the -vicinity of Extension which was  recently destroyed by fire will be rebuilt according to a decision reached  by-'the owner after a visit to Vancouver,and consultation -with construction concerns In that1 city.  The new mill will be more;complete  in every detail than the former one  and will occupy the same site. It will  have the daily capacity of 50,000,feet  B.H.. The machinery installation apd  other details of plans' in connection  with the basic requirements of the  general building will be. wqrked out  by ifr. V. Young- o* "the Yates Machine  Company, of Vancouver who is in" Nanaimo, in conference with Mr. Beban.  NEW MASONRY BUILDING  IS BEING DESIGNED FOR.  SEYMOUR STREET SITE  That another downtown business  block of pavement construction is  soon to be added to the work under  construction in the city is made known  in the anouncement that architects  Bowman & Cullerne,. 716 Yorkshire  building have been commissioned by  a prominent business man to prepare  plans for the erection of a two-story,  brick and hollow tile structure on'Seymour street near Dunsmuir.  . The new structure will be 120 by  25 feet in size, the ground floor being  designed for commercial store pur:  poses. The second floor will be %fin-  ished and divided for apartment suites  which will be equipped with modern  plumbing "and other first class fea-.  tures^ Further details will" be announced as plans and 'other arrangements are completed.  London & British North  ' America Co. Limited.  ALL   CLASSES   OF>' INSURANCE  WRITTEN """-  WE  REPRESENT  i',  ■  \   NORTH; BRITISH A  MERCANTILE'FIRE INSURANCE  ' vs-, iContpany v- •>  HARTFORD* FIRE: INSURANCE  Company  696 Fsndsx It^WHt. .   8tr..Mi  CHAIWION ^ WHITE  .    Get Our  Price On  BUILDING  MATERIALS  Robin Hood Borers and Radiation  |3,ger.    ine company tooic out n 55501  *~ ~   """ ""• ""*  I permit'for their office and %-ard build-  Contraction  will  be commenced    *asj  1 soon as plans and details are arranged j,  —-  PRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  ' "THOB"      -»'--" i  Boiler Bsaring1 Drills—Closs Quarter Piston Alf Drills—Blvottlaj Hammers  1 ,. Chippmg- Hammers—"WooO. Boxers—Turbine „ and Electric  Drills  ,'   Kiffb. Speea Steel—:Drills—Reamers, etc.  ^r  ,1144 HOMES ST.  '\ <r  c-jr ■  COHEKQETE  STOCK jOS ACCS8SOBJXS ^.  y.  .,,...»/» *  ,'    ' r . ■> "Wwa? Sey.  '1.1   jh»   -' ' j. ,      -     \,^K   -.   >z.g.  '41C  ing last month.    The dwelling houses j  T. G. McBRfDE & CO.  - c - -  "»'  1 erected recently include the. one at  j Wellington street put up by Mr." P. H.  j Brock for Mrs. A. R. Henderson for  (which 'n   ?5.000  permit  was    issued;  Seymour i 570  lOSS^ilaln St.  CONTRACTOR   WANTED   FOR  NICOLA   VALLEY   BUILDING  Architect's Maclure & Dort, 816 Cre-  other permits recently issued include jdit Foncier building, are desirous o<*  the  following: ' {setting in touch .with a contractor who}  would be willing to take charge of the'j  1  ' ESTABLISHED  1898     %    - --"•  t  ; .   ;?  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: "DEALERS IN—  SAND, GRAVEL. BRICK, LIME,,AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  PROMPT DELIVERY      -  1051 Hain St.  Telephone Seymour 1290  ! construction of a small addition, to a  f '   . T.'A. WALSH & Co.,. Ltd.  Mr. J. O. Xichol, residence, $3,000;  VJJlr.' J. P. Robertson, residence, $3,000; . — -,  ""> j Mr. It. Oroadhead,residence. $2-100; J.{house in Nicola Valley which is to be.  Pooke,  residence. §2,000;   S. R, Calk-! erected in the immediate future. Fare}  Machinery  and  Supplies  .    B.C. Distributors For    -     '   ■ ■  ACME SKINGLE BANDS, BOX, STRAPPING, C0RRUQATED FASTENERS  MONOGRAM OILS & GREASES '  YELLOW STRAND WIRE ROPE -  . * '..  858 - 60 Cambie St..    -r^r^r  Soy: 4738. 4739.  r  339 HASTINGS STrW  J. A.  FLETT Limited  Corbln Lock and' Building: Hardware  ^PORTING  GOODS  DEALERS  SEYMOUR 2327  r  Fhllpot-Macdonald Co., Limited.  Electrical Engineers  CONSULTING • INSTALLATIONS - POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION  DESIGNING - SHOP WORK  1573 Main St. Phone:-   Fair. 3623  ins. residence, $2000: Ira Calkins, residence, $2000; W. II. Bishop, residence, $1200: H. Farrant( residence,  $1200; Victpr, Wood worth, residence.  $1000; garage and chicken house,  ' $o00j' Mr. Tl. Parker, removing and re-  | rvafrs to dwelling; house, $1000; A.  • Malcolm, stable. $500;--P. Gowanlock,  {-repairs, $400; Harry Gibbs, dwelling,  $400: H. M. McGrath, $500; W. .\1.  Gale, repairs, $2nO";~A. W. Blackburn,  {shed, $150; -J. A. Magar. outbuilding,  $100; M. Patterson repairs, $250.  will be paid and accommodations provided during construction  operations.  r.. b  V».  Seymonr 7200.  Estimates Givon  BUILDER'S:.:. SUPPLIES  WE CAESY A  COKCPIiETB XillTP OT  FINISHING HARDWARE -CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLIES  WOOD, VALLANCE & LEGGAT, LIMITED  Wliolosale Heavy and Shelf Hardware  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  J  CALL   FOR  TENDERS  ON  CONSOLIDATED    SCHOOL   CLOVERDALR—It  is hoped  to lay  before the ratepayers tenders for the  proposed' consolidated school before  the-.poll on the by-law.,, to cover the  expenditre- in connection '"with, the  scheme.     -:" .-■;��■.'.  Mr.  Lockhart.is  going  to  call   for  tenders at once and they will be opened   on Aug.  26' arid; placed   before  • the  voters  so   that  they   irtay  know  ■ the exact amount on^whlch they are  [voting.   Bonds    for   the    school    by-  ; law   may   be   floated   in   this   muni-  ' cipality to keep the money at home.  According to a local financial expert,  it  would  be  cheaper   to  pay  ah  additional one per cent, to residents of.  this    municipality   than   to   send   to  Montreal    or   New    York.    One    farmer stated that should bonds be sold  here    he    would    immediately    take  $15,000,   showing   his   confidence   in  the scheme.  BOWMAN  & CULLERNE  WILL  DESIGN    STORE    BUILDING  Architcts Bowman & Culuerne,  716 Yorkshire building, have been  commissioned to prepare plans for  the erection of a frame store and  apartment building at Brighouse on  Lulu Island for Mr. J. W. Stirton of  that place. The building will be 2  stories un Ixeight occupying the  groundarea -IS x  57  feet in size.  Two stories will occupy the ground  level of the structure while two  apartment suites will be designed  for the"-'upper floor. The building  operations will be conducted under  direct supervision of the owner it  is   announced   by   the   architects.  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  ■BAMS, CSAJrszSiS, A1TOIES, PLATXS, TXEB, COI.VMXB  COaPiETELT EQUIPPED  5?ABStICATIsTO>«KOP«  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Pslrmont 2396 and. 3397  raneoirrer.  DOMINION BRICK  Tor Sale by  Champion Si White: Evans.-^Colemau Sl Eva^ij, Ltd;; Thos. Cf. McBride A >Co*  and tlie Bitchie Contracting- &'Supply Co., Ltd.1  Also by-Oilley Bros., ITew 'Woststtlaster—Tie Eburne Sand,& Gravel Co.,  Ebiume, and the Great \7est Saad &'fCrravel Co.; "BTortU Vancoavcr.  GABRIOLA SHALE PRODUCTS  LIMITED  Head   Office  102  Moody  Block  VICTORIA, B.C.  TENDERS  INVITED FOR   "  RECLAMATION  WORK  Tenders are being invited by ..-'the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  up to September 27th for the construction of Drains, Waterhen . Reclamation project.  Plan's'' specifications'  and   form    of;  contract can be seen.at the office of  the   District   Chief   Engineer,   Dominion  Water  Power  Branch,  213  Hastings-street east.  An accepted bank cheque drawn on  a chartered bank of Canada for the  sum of $105000 and made payable to  the order of the Minister of the Interior must accompany each tender.  BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.  BEZBTTOKCKNO STEEL:—  JLargre stocks ^>f Mild Steel Bars.  Bars to details.  "We cut to length.   Cold Twist and Bend  BOLTS:— :-. -i-^^-J^;,. '"•■■'  "   "Drift Bolts. Machine Bolts. Tie Bolts, Cast Iron TVas'hers. We are prepared  -..■■••■'••■to.furnish larse orders 'of Special Bolts on short notice. .--.  MERCHANT IRON AND STEEL BARS  FOKTLAIfD   CEME5TT — LIME  — SCOTCH  PIBE  BKZCK — PIBE   CT.AT  OaAPKITE POTT1TDEY JfACISfGS — COKE — SEA COAL  PIG 1SOK — BLACKSaofTH COAL — sCAJTILA XOFE '"  103 •WTNCU BXTLD.  PBIVAT2  EX.  SEY. 9197  IvrANTtTPACTtTKEEg OP  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE  AW if.  REASONABLE PRICES  Cull and see as„ or phone.  South End of Connaught Bridge  Phone Fair. 918-919 ' Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour 4660  tie Electric  mny  3. SMITH. Manager  152 Alexander St. Vancouver, B.C.  Twenty Years' Ezperlenoe ia all Brandies  of Electrical Work. Znsp^ctlon—Export  Advloii —- Tronblft Work—InataUlnff — Be>  Wladlngr—AU Work Guaranteed.  "^  WE  CAIT MAKE   I3CMEDXATX  SELITXBT  OP  Just Received   1C€,0D0, and "More" Following'  Also See us For .''::';'  SAND,  GRAVEL.  CEMENT,: FIBRE   PLASTER    'LIME  AND  OTHER   BUILDING   MATERIAL  HITOHIE CONTRACTINO and SUPPLY Co.v Ltifc  Rhono Seymour 9163  1561  Granville Street  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53 5*4!  J. Hanbury & Co.  X.OKXTED  EXCAVATING  and  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St  Bayview 1076  S. ». HOSO»OM F. T. KINS        WM. O.  MARSIS  JU M. 1»«».  O.  ■• M.  *.  ».  O.  MDGSON, KING & MARBLE  Contractors St Engineer*  Ml Uriel Biff.     SiyMir 6506  lie Home Bank of Canada  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  F. O. NICKERSON  r 8170' 440 Basting* sH. Went  Thcodtw, B. O.  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday,   Wednesday  aifttFriday by the  Record Publishing Co., Ltd.  ▲ newspaper or general circulation,  featuring Building. Contracting Enein-  aerine, Industrial. Shipbuilding, M*ninS>  Automobile, rrovincial. City and Harbor  Improvements.  C. H. NBLSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and Plant  629 Pander St.W^ Vancouver, B. C.  PHONE SEYMOUR 7S0S  Subscription Bates  Per Tear in Advance  »10.00  Per Montli ..._ - -•-■    LOO  All   subscriptions   are- payable   strictly  in   advance.  orrxcxix. oboah.  The British Columbia Record is the  afflclal organ of The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Royal Architectural Institute of  Canada and as such is used by them as  the medium through which to make their  •fflclal announcements to the general  public.  By suoh selection the British Columbia Record is no wise pledged to editorial support of any policy advanced  by these societies, 'but maintains an absolutely independent position on all matters subject to editorial oolntoa.  Nat Grey Building Supply   OraveL Torpedo Qravel, Crushed  lUcT Brick. Lime. J3A*tUr. £«?•• fc «*£  SCREENED   PLASTERING  SAND  *&S AagsaSVB.  . ttABVOXa, ». C.  %  TT  $.M. MORRIS & CO., LTD.  OCT OUR: MICK ON  " FIRE ESCAPES "  1043  2120-2130  Cedar  St  SH WIMCH BUfLOMO   -  THEO. KORNER  '  MBNDCKS axmrr assmyancc to  TM«   PROFESSION  fls'T"*'""',*T-  Asno  aunno*w »»  SKBTOK   FtAKS   ASIA   *eaS*SO*r»*»  SCTBTKTS. ODIEaAb BRAWOSWHi«     -  ,   .  LEEK & Co, LIP  SEYMOUR ««»-^  [ STEAM A HOT WATER WEATINC  PIPE BENDING    *  lOSO HOMER STREET  " SPRAYWHITE "  ■Mating aad xttaa* Spraying Btaeh-  mm tot Interior * Bxterlor Work  F. L. Cummings  ir 1434 FraaarSlTSl  353 BBR9XB ST. W.  S.H.SHAVE  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  SPECIALIST IN  SUN6AL0W  ''    CONSTRUCTION  BUS amd Arbutus Sts. r    -   Bay. 3X7t.  Bealqenoe fhouoi Bay. «*""  Peter Tardiff  General  Contractor  HEPAIR8 AND.ALTERATIONS  1121 Bidwall St.      Ssy.7898 R  FLOOR  LAYERS  ind  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  WOOD  DECAY  IS  PREVENTED  BY  PROPER   AND   TIMELY  PAINTING  From the standpoint of the average  consumer, such as a builder or contractor, ' more • has' been expected of  wood and less done to help it serve  a great variety of purpose than almost any building material. It is  a comparatively modern conception  that proper preservative ' treatment  is, practical and economical in the  city home' as well as on the farm.  Good paint is a good friend of lumber, and'while not' usually considered  in that light, is the one protection  against the natural process of decay  which has been universally used and  not found wanting.  Yet the well painted house has unprotected floor beams in moist wall,  door steps on wet ground, and many  inside surfaces and timbers which  are continually exposed to conditions  favorable to decay. The wonderful  service which wood has given during  all the years with little or'no consideration of the factors which destroy,  brings into greater prominence the  possibilities of preservative treatment  under the present day desire for permanence and elimination ��� of waste.  No one expects unprotected steel to  do anything but rust. Concrete is  waterproofed and its 'surface pro^  tected from abrasion and disintegration; fabrics are sheilded from  the elements, while wood/ has been  largely left, to shift for itself. The  application of wood-preserving methods to the everday uses of lumber,  where it needs protection from decay,  is  in  keeping, with  modern  ideas.  .A structure coated with sheets of  India rubber would not be as well  protected from decay as a structure  coated with a good oil paint.' This  is due to the fact that a sheet of  rubber is not so durable or even as  waterproof "as a thin dried film, of  paint. The latter material when applied dries, to a continuous elastic  film containing neatly divided partic-  less of metallic wear-resisting pigments. A square foot of such a film  upon a wooden surface costs less  than a penny, yet it would beautify  and protect a dolar's worth of  sur-  Plate, Sheet, Figured,  Wired,Art,PrEsm,  Colored, etc.  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  Wholesale and  Retail  W. MOLT & SON  426—436 Dnfferin St. Fairmont  1238  Bevelling  and  Silvering  face for many years., This is a  very low rate of insurance. Colored  paints will be found the most feer*  vicab'le in the long run, the coloring matter in the paint-adding from  two to three years to the life of the  coating.  TO  BUILD  RESIDENCE  IN  WEST VANCOUVER  WEST VANCOUVER—Mr.  F.   Tat-  tersall of Vancouver   has    purchased  two acres near the Municipal hall and  'intends to erect a $5,000 residence.  STREET  IMPROVEMENTS  VICTORIA—Esquimalt Road between Point Ellice Bridge and Springfield Avenue may be paved this year,  it was learned Wednesday at the City  Hall.  The Provincial Government has  agreed to meet its share of the cost  and, while special legislation must be  secured to validate the agreement to  be entered into between the city and  the Province, it is probable that an  understanding may be reached in the  meantime that will make it possible  to start actual work within a few  weeks."  PLANS  INTERNATIONAL  $28,000,000  BRIDGE  DETROIT, Mich.—The proposal, to  connect" Detroit and Windsor with a  bridge across the Detroit River has  moved nearer fruition by a meeting  of representatives of twenty-five prominent capitalists here who will furnish  $10,000,000 for the construction. It is  estimated' the bridge would cost about  $28,000,000 and would be of the suspension type. Negotiations already are  under way to obtain the remainder of  the sum needed.  Tentative plans call for a bridge  about 2,000 feet long carrying two  seven-foot sidewalks, two street car  tracks and four railroad tracks] The  bridge would be 110 feet high at the  centre and 100 feet high at each end.  This would be in line with an agreement with the Great Lakes. Carrier  Association. An inquiry Into the  needs of vessels that would use the  proposed Great Lakes-St. Lawrence  waterway has shown that no wireless  masts'more than 100 feet high will  be required on ships.  SOUTH VANCOUVER PERMITS  3947_B. C. Trust Corp., 7004 Fraser  St., repairs, $350.  3948—H. Morehouse,. 5812 Argyle  St., repairs, $300.  3949—Mr.-Walkem,  1120 River ltd..  repairs, $600.  3950—C. T. "Lyon, 412 52nd Ave. E.,  addition, ?300.  3951 P. Williams, 1034 27th Ave.  E., addition, $300.  3952—A. Risley Kingsway, dwelling,  $1000.  3953—B. S. Hallman, 520 39th Ave.  E., repairs, $400.  3954—W. Harrison, 2523 49th Ave.  E., shed, $90.      ,  3955—Mrs. Buller, 241 Cecil St,  chicken house, $100.  ,  3956—Mr. Low, Victoria Rd., alterations, $1,000.  3957—Mrs. J. Andrew, dwelling,  $2500. ■';''  3958—W. A. Browning, 4105 Victoria  Rd., alterations, $90.  3959—A. Pike, 2017 42nd Ave. E.  garage, $100.  3963—A. Farr, Richmond St., dwelling, $400.  3965—F. Benfield, 40th Ave., addition, $100.  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  BOTXCB TO. COsTTBACTOBS  Robertson & Devey  Engineers and Constructors  tesflctnis, Desip, Reports, Constructim  Industrial Plants, Buildings and Equipment  Twbarres   snd   Piers.      Power   Plants  Industrial  Railways  -   Concrete. Steel and Timber Structured  502 YORKSHIRE BLDG.   SEY.9217  YOUR PRINTING  SHOULD BE  A    100%  Advertising Medium  WE CAN MAKE IT SO  THE VETERAN PRES  A.  HAZELDINE  PRINTING    CO.  Phone Say. 31S  616 Pender W.  USE  AYRES  PAINTS  NEW YORK TO BUILD 18  NEW  PIERS  ALONG   HUDSON  NEW YORK—Eighteen new piers,  the finest in the world, are to he erected between Vesey and Perry streets  North (Hudson) River, by the Sinking  Fund Commission.  There are at present on this waterfront 32 antiquated wharves which  have long been a disgrace to the port  which aspires to be the greatest In  the United States. These relics of  by-gone days will be torn down forthwith.  Nearly all of the piers which are to  he removed were erected about 50  years 'ago. The new piers will be  from 950 to 1,025 feet in length in  place of the 32 dilapidated structures  which-are a disgrace to the city. Between each pier there will be a maximum dockage space of 300 feet and a  minimum of 275 feet. Two of the new  piers will be 100 feet wide, seven 150  feet wide and nine 125 feet in width.  The council of the Association of  .Professional Engineers of British Columbia will hold their regular monthly meeting today at 10:00 a.m. at the  Association's headquarters at 502  Yorkshire Bldg.  Woods &ake School  ' Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender  for Woods Lake School," will be received by the Honourable the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock, noon,  of Monday, the 6th day of September,  1920, for the erection and completion of  a two-room school at Woods Lake, in  the North Okanagan Electoral District,  or  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be sen on and after the 17th day of August, 1920, at the  office of J. Mahony. Esq.. Government  Agent; Court-house, Vernon; E. C.  Shanks, Esq., Secretary to the bchool  Board, Woods Lake; or the Department  of Public Works.   Victoria. B.C.  Intending tenderers can obtain one  copy of plans and specifications by applying to the undersigned with a deposit  of ten dollars ($10)' which will be refunded on  their return In good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to  the Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, for a sum equal to ten per cent.  (10%) of tender, which shall be forfeited if the c-arty tendering decline to enter Into contract when called upon to do  so. or il" he fall. to - complete the work  contracted for. The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to  them upon the execution of the contract..  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the-form's supplied, signed  with thf> actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the nvelopes furnished.  The lowest or.any tender, not necessarily accepted.  A.   E.   FOREMAN. .  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works  Department.  Victoria. B.C., Aug. llth, 1920.  Classified Advertising  Bacord Beadera are. as a rule, business  and professional men who have tha  monev to buy something good if they  desire it. 2f you have something good  to sell let the Record readers know  about it. The average purchasing  power of the Record reader is greater than that of any other publication  In Brtish ColumDia.  CONTftACTORS ami BUILDERS  Factories.     Houses     and  Oarages' Repaired.     General  Carpenter   and   Construction   Work.  rxmm *. wommxa  .   341B /  Say. SSI areata**       mm Botaoa St.  MACHINERY  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, maeWnery of an  Kinds.  RACTOWSA MACWXMWKt  CO.  995 Main St. —?• *"  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and Bold.        ■:___  ■tt. c. rqinrBCMnr co.. wd. ^^  Bask of Ottawa Bids*.    Sey. WHO  ■ See: TJs •■•■  For All Kinds of Machinery  WEIB  BfACKWllBT OO.  I*D.  1396 Blcliards St. Sey, 7442-7443  STENOGRAPHER*  Expert Typewriting of every description  Mimeographing,   Multfgrapblng,  Translations Stenographers   Supplied  CEKTBAI. PUBMC »«"W?OBA»BBS  Sey.  S078 41* Dominion Bldg.  VANCOUVER'S   NEW   INDUSTRY  B.C- IMPERMEALTTE BUILDING PRODUCTS  CURO HARDENING LIQUID  Arrests erosion in Bricks and Masonry.   Strengthens  and  preserves  Masonry and  Artificial Stone Work and all forms of Plaster, Mortar and Cement work. etc...  IMPERMEA WATERPROOFING LIQUID  Waterproofs Plaster, Cement, Mortar, Bricks, Hollow Tiles, Wooden Shingles, etc.  CUROCRETE  For mixing with concrete mixture.   Renders the finished material waterproof and  almost doubles its tensile and compressive strength  ■■/■'.  Pull Particulars and  Information on Application  Tlie B.C. IMPERMEALITE.CQB.^td^;. -  OFFICE: 328 Rogers Bldg. Phone: Sey. 92SO FACTORY FairvSew  279S3-  279S1-  27985-  27086-  27987-  2798S-  27989-  27990-  27991-  27992-  27993-  2799-1-  27995-  27996-  27997-  27998-  27999-  2S001-  2S002-  -J. A. Grant, 9S Lome St.—-Truck,  -J.  U Loughood,  2601  Main St.—  Ford Tour.  -W.   Bowvass,   I7''7   ]3tl1  Ae-  k-���  Kord 1'our.  -J. C.oraph, 333 Main St.—Tour.  -Lee  Eng,   20  19th  Ave.   E.—Kord  Truck.  -1-1. L.  Lewis,  1921   Whyto Ave.—  Kord   Tour.  -A.   Christie.   3533   5th   Ave.   W.—  Gray Dort Tour.  -Alice   Perry,   1301   Georgia   AV.—  Cleveland  Tour.  -Townley <!fe  Ward, 3505 Ash St.—  Chevrolet Tour.  -C. Stanley, 233 6th Ave. E.—Kord  Tour.  -J.  Ketteman,  2339  Brunswick St.  — Kord Tour.  -E.   M.   Hoyd.  3031   3rd Ave.   VV.—  Chevrolet Coupe.  -H, Burr. It. It. Westminster—McLaughlin Tour.  -.].   R.   Hicks,   North   Vancouver,  B.   C.—Chevrolet   Tour..  -J.    A.    Granstrand,    Vunderhoof,  B.C.—Kord  Tour.  -B.   Kntsa'roe," Nanaimo,   B.C.   —-  Patriot Truck.,  -Wm.   Simpson,   1S01   Beach   Ave.  —McLaughlin  Tour.  -C. W. Kirk, 4700 Belmont Ave.—  Nash Roadster.  -Van.   Commission   Co.   Ltd..   208  Alexander St.—Kord Thuclr.  ARCHITECTS BEOISTEB  AT ONCE.  Architects Act of B. C. 1920  To all Architects practicing in the  Province of British Columbia. Take  notice that the organization of the  Council of the Architectural Institute has been completed and notice'  thereof has been published In the  British Columbia Gazette in accordance with the Act. Now, therefor,  it is necessary for all persons practicing Architecture to- cause his or  her name to be registered with the  Secretary of the Institute, together  w,ith credentials satisfactory to the  -council of being competent and in  .practice and by paying to the secretary the fees made payable in that  behalf.  Forms of .application for registration can be obtained from the secretary.  ' All   communications,   requests   for  forms or information  must  be made  in   writing   addressed   to   the   secre-  . tary. '  Absolutely  no  information  will  be  , given   by  telephone,  ' By order of the Council.  F.  L. (TOWNLET,  1 -" Secretary.  32P   Homer Street-  Vancourer, B. C.  INSURANCE  IN ALL ITS  BRANCHES  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  ESTABLISHED  XV 1886  739 Hastings St. W. Sey, 7930  Ground rioor, Winch Bldg-.  Vancouver, B. C.  ,  RETRIGERATION  In BBBg pHats mm* MM stann qsttss. Iiet-  wmI nfrffMitm arf plMts fir al cwlsj pvpttM  MACHINE SHOP REPAIR WORK OF  EVERY DESCRIPTION.  Llnd* Canadian Rafrlsaratlaff  - ..Company Umltad  500 Campbell Aye. High. 822  ¥% i  EftGRM/lftG &  IL0RTYPEG  DESIGNERS E' ENGRAVERS  TWO  CONVENIENT  LOCATIONS  At either of wHIch tHe business men and women of  the citv are certain of the:  kind of meals they want at  reasonable prices.  Ms.1 - HO CORDOVA ST. WIST  Ns.2 - Saa   PENDER    ST.  WEST  Good  Eats  IS t-t FlM IblMtlltS  PEARSON WIRE ft IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORK-  ERS and WEAVERS  Nothing too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  fr fL*A J *l &.  ifatSM    kVaa  "^   ,/"   DISTRIBUTORS  DUPLEX   MOTORS   LIMITED  1213 Hornby at. Say. »««U  Yoilr.TraveUers'  Wasted Calls  are too. big * burden on your  soiling cost. We reduce It. Wo  Klve you daTily ;i batch of clean-  cut, definite reports—nothing  hearsay'or hasy about ihem-^-on  contracts for  Building & Engineering  work belns let that should mean  thousands of dollar? in your  bank account every year. Our  news-fcatheringr service is unique  and Dominion-wide. Hundreds  of bis; firms gladly use it.  Write for full information.  BtecXeaa Dally Beporta. Umltad.  SIS Winch Bldg., Tancoaver, B.C.  Telephone—Seymour 8013.  acLean  REPORTS  fr  \.  .^z.  Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd.  IMtPCCTIMQ and TESTIWO EMOIMEEWS  21» Standard Bank Bids. Phona Saymour 219*  Resident Inesectars at all Large- MansfactMrlng Csntrsa  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  LIGHT and POWER        MOTOR REPAIRS        STORAGE BATTERIES  The Jarvls Electric Company, Ltd.  570 Blchards St.  *Fhone   Seymonr   175  GILLEY BROS., Limited  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  ALL   KINDS   Or   BUILDING   MATERIAL  902 Columbia Straat Wast  Phona IS and 16 Now Wastmlnstarf B.C.  PACIFIC  LIME    Sold By —  >/  *>  ALL DEALERS  CANADIAN JOHNS -MAN VIIXE  Company, Limited.  Asbestos and its allied products  Roofing  and   Roof  Coatings  Pipe  Snsulations.   Mastic Flooring  758 HASTINGS ST., W.  SEY. 4427 : VW :'?& ..;-  'iu>~j'-"" •*" «*//://-*•>■ ■•  .■•.lift  I, I,   ■   .  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ADKISON & DILL  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SPECIALISTS in REINFORCED CONCRETE  325 WW St- Sl>. 3768'Bay.H28R  Artistic Wire & Iron Works  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron "Work and  all kinds ef Wire Work.  112-16  Dufferin  St.  Fair. 2648  BAIN BROS.  Lathing and Plastarlng Con'tr's  SEY. 838 HIGH. 1108  403 RENDER ST. W.  Baynes & Horie  General    Con tractors  836 Howe St  Seymmr 1389  WSt^sfS^^^i  .under ( onstruetioix,  THE   FOLLOWISO   TABLE   BSOWB   BTXII.DIWOS   COBiy^SO    «S,000    OX    OVBB,    OB    WHICH    CONSIEtJCTIOg    SB  UNDEK WAY, OB OH WHICH COBTBACTS HAVE BEEN JiET BT/T COHBTBUCTIOST NOT YET BTABTED,  Character   Three-story   Ua.nk."ZZ"  Alterations   Alters,   to  Bank   ■fteslrtenee       •<■■'■  Alterations .....'..'.."."."""'""  Bldg.  EDWARD COX  Oanaral Contractor  Castsat Making  rixturaa  Sty. 1163  Rear 530 Hwe St  DIMES CONSTRUCTION CO.  General    Contractor*  tnmi-v*Mfc   twmm.lt.  DOMINION CONSTRUCTION  Company, Limited  Ooooral Contractors  SOS Richard* St.   -   Say. S320  W.GREENLEES  COBTBACTOB  mia BrlTtog. Wharrea. .BrWgea,  ronfeOsUoB*. ate.*   407 Cordova St. W.  Seymour 10S3  THE FOUNDATION CO.,  OF B.C. LIMITED  COMTRACTORI AND EHOIWEERS  Stifldird lit* Blfr       Sq. 7928 ^  HARRISON & LAMOND  Industrial Engineers  ten** 3535 Ml P**«c ■*      Cost  ..$300.OO0;  $100,000  .. ») 5.000  ....  18.000  ....  19,000  ..   $20,000  „..$13,000  .:.. 110,000  ......$5,500  ...   $7,500  ....$60,000  ....   $8,600  ....IH.G00  ..   $78,000  ......$9,000   !    $8,500   .....,$7,000      $6,300   ....;-.; .......: :. 45,700  Elevator.....;........ .$30,000   $7,500   ..........$80,000     $5,000  .........:.........  $9,ooo   ........; .„...   $8,000   .....: ; $340,000   -: .......... $5,000   ....................   $5,000   .......$11,000  „   ,„  -«-.:;. «... *6.ooo  Residency  _..„   $11,000  Residence w... ;.  „..   $u.500  Addns.   to  Bank   „.....;„ .$30,000  Residence  Tile 13arn ......  Oas Tank    Residence ..   .  Rectory      Threc-Storev  Residence ......  Tile  Residence Z.ZZZZ""'"""  RoHldence    Coal .Shed & Wharf.'.'";."!!!!;!!!'*  Warehouse   Residence   Residence ...:........ZZ..ZZZZZZ  Residence ....; '".y"'""'"'"'  Hasenient   &  Residence      Shingle'Mill'..  Residence .....  Residence    Residence    Gas   Plant   ...  Bungalow .....  Bungalow    Residence,    Residence  Power  Hous<;  Residence _....    Store BldK.   Residence  _..  Residence   „ _.. .;....  Jam  and  Suaw Rooms..  Residence .„..   Store   Bldg. :„.    Residence  .,..  Residence ....„..,„......;....„..  Residence ....._._.;.._....:.:..  Residence  .$10,009      $5,500  .......   $20,000      $10,000  ........   $7,000   ....$9,000  ......    $15,O«0  ....„...$13,S00  Percentage     $7,000  ..y..... $5,200  $5,000  Theatre  „ „ _..  $400,000'  Residence    !   $9,000  Residence     $7,000  Agronomy Barn   $11,000  Residence     i $14,500  Alters,   to   Store      $5,500  Residence    _...:    $5,000'  Warehouse  Exten  .'.$10,000  Residence   ..'1 „...•....-...   $15,600,  Bungalow .„ _ _   $5,000  Residence   $10.0.Q«  Residence  -.._..;  -  $10,000  Residence    — _  $7,000  Residence  -    $5,008  Kicavatlon   A   Fill  $513,001  Factors' Bldg _ ..$10,001  Hebrew Synagogue  .._ $27,000  Paving  ~ -  $55,000  Completing   Residence    $28,000  Dwelling & Garage  $5,100  Busgalow    $5,400  Dwelling  „ - $5,000  Dwelling  - ~  '7-5$2  Store   Building   - -..$20,000  Dwelling    ; ■»--.. ASA°A  Warehouse  -^  »r?-S2S  Dwelling    !?-222  Dwelling  ~ -'•   !?'?52  Dwelling    ll'lnl  Residence ~   *2*SSS  Additions   ., ~ ,h'X™  Itfesldence   Hr?°£  Bank -  "S'5"  Bridge   Repairs $}?>'?$%  Oancinp   Pavilion    - H £*""£*■  Shoet   Metal   Wks : '--*?-9?X  Residence ~ ~:h>fBl  Residence, , *"|2*?'?(J.  GREATER VANCOUVER  Location  Owner  Seymour1 & Hast...Union Uank of Canada  Cordova St. David Spencer I.td.  Hastings & Hamllton..Bank of Hamilton  27th and Cartier  ;W. J.  Read  597 Hastings  W....... ;..Molsons  Bank  Marine Drive ...:.........y\ ....George Kidd  Pt. Grey ..iUnlVersitv o< B. C.  &th & Caroline St.. ..Shell Co. of Calif.  850—10th  Ave. W,........: .Miss  Jukea  Kerrisdale  ...;..... St., Marj''s Rectory  Gore -ana  Pender~.Chinese Nat.  League  5^th and  Hudson     Shaughnessy   Heights  .Marine Drive   1026 Main St ...............  34 9  Railway   4615 Avanue F ..:   908  16th   Ave.............:...  Laburnum .....................  <47 Kee€er St.;....,.   Graiiville St   Kerr & Fraser River   2800 ISth Ave. W„   it>91 >29th   Ave.....:.........  4860 Connaught Dr. .  False Creek   4678 3rd Ave. W   "242 35th Ave. W   „W.  W. Ells  ......J;   Graham  ...B. D. Rogers  ,..; ...Burns Estate   .G. H.  Cottrell   ...;..C. J. Phillips   ........Dr.  Funk  ...........A. W. Barber   Almonds Ltd.   O.   M.  Allen  .....;...Geo. H. Steves   H. D. Patterson  ....J,  V.  Lightheart   G. 13. Lightheart  Vancourer Gas Co.   C. H. Hilchey   D. Frith  Marine Drive „.Wm. M, McKenzie  Tarlton Place ._...Dr. M. Sparrow  34th  & Markham.....„...Mrs.  C. McTarish  Angus Ave. A 27th .....W. B. Karris  Cordova SL  B........ Bank of Montreal  Drake St.  ............Domimon Canners  Ltd.  1905 12th Ave. W...............Alex. Chalmers  126 Hastings St. B... ........Mr. Cameron  4 9th St*. Magee ............Mrs. J. W. Allan  27th A Selkirk ................F. W. Chapman  Drake St. .;—.Dom. canners of B.C. Ltd.  29th  A  Margaret  St.....: „F.  Q.   Brans  318-20  Pender St. E..: H.  F. Tong  Point Grey, „....(:. A. Wldkens  463S   Marguerite............ ...R.   Mowbray  1174 26th Ave...„.A JH. De S. Carey  6919 Cypress ....:..... ...Mrs. M. A- Ross  800 Block Sey. St...B. C Paramount Ltd.  27th A Cartier    Shaughnessy. Heights..  Point Grey    Connaught St,    623  Granville  St-    W. J. Read  ....'..B,   J.   Jayne   U.  of  B. C.   J. Y. Griffin  ..Edwards   Bros.  ...S. N. McLeod    ...Owners   A, L. Ramage  .....C. A  Hilchey  , J. McGougan  ........S. J.'Kewltt  „;.S. J..Newitt  Architect ..;........     Contractor  Sum'vllle & Putmari,.Hodgson. K. & Mar.   Dominion  Constr.   Co.  A,, E. Henderson J. C. Allen  Townley & Matheson. W. J. Head  Sharp & Thompson.„.....E. D. Cook.&„Co.  Townley & Matheson..E.,J. Ryan Con. Co  Sharp & Thompson.......  Mermon  &. fifermon;....  Owner _   Sharp & Thompson :...  Kdwardes Sproat...,.   Giliingham & Korner..  .Giliingham & Korner..  Bernard C. Palmer....Domlnion Const. Co,  Contractor ............M. C. Griffiths    ....Baynes  &  Horie  ..........;   _...   Owner  ...;...„„ _...;  ...G.  S.  Bellamy    .  ...Cromie  &  Vroom  E.  E.  Blackmore ;............... R.y Sharp  Dillingham &. Korner..........'....,.Day Labor   '.....- .....;..... Owners  ....,„...:    Owner        Owner  „_.........   _    Owner  ........;   .:......„ Owners   „ :... ;. _.;..  Owner   Rocers Bros. A Sinclair  Townley & Mathesn Wm.  J.   Read  Townley & Mathcson_...„. Chas. Furdy   :....:.... ^ „....„......Irrine  A   White  H. H.. Giliingham ;...„.„.S. J. Kewitt  Honeyman & Curtis JBaynes & Horie  J. E. Parr ...„._._.. ......Fredk. Sherborne    .■; _. „........„........._Owner  Contractor  _....'. Bedford   Davidsos  Honeyman & Curtis.. . A. L. Ramage  Golton  J. B.  Parr     H. H. GilUnsham  Contractor  .. ......  Downing & Kyall.  ■;b.  & Roofing Co. Ltd.  M.  FRITH  SMITH,   MANAGCK  HIIIKT     METAL     OOXTKACTORH     AMD     MiWXiC  TVHKTIH.    WittiV    AWP    (3ICAVKI.    «OOrB«fl.  Fair. 1267 523 7th Ave. West  McLeod Sheet Metal Works  Furnaces,    Boofing.    Cornlcaa,    Sky-  llghtii and  General   Sheet  Ketal  ■ "Work '  Seymour 7177  1042  Richards St.  J. R. TACEY & SON  HEATING, VENTILATING AND  GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK  Seymour 3617  1160 Seymour St  W.BRADSHAW  GRATES TILES and MANTLES  MOSAIC   FLOORS  LAID  JOBBING ATTENDED TO  Phone rraaar 178 Z   446 45th Ats. E.  Magee Station  D. Robertson  159 Water St -A. P, Slade Co.  avenue  "D"   Shaughnessy M., Rector  Hut Ave. W Artistic Bung. Contrs.  17th Ave. ~ Dr. C. H. Vrooman  Cartier & Connaught Dr H. J. Perrin  1135 10th Ave. W _ M. J. Coulsoh  3807  12th Ave. W G. B. Adams  Ballantyne Pier  _ „'. „.Dom. Gofmt  952 Rich. St Pioneer Auto A Car. Wks.  Pender A Heatley  -'-     City Streets  City of  Vancouver  Shaughnessy Heights ........' A. K. Tulk  27th Ave. A Carter St C. N. Wood  2011 37th Ave. W _  J. Huitw  1997 35th Are. W..^ _..W. H. Collard  4564  3rd Ave. W .„ ~.W. Brims  Coraova A  Columbln ..J. -Mematlen  I7S0  13th  Ave.  W Mrs. E.  E. Murray  Industrial   Island.  Gibson*.   Ltd  1135 28th Ave. W. _ S. Colllngc  6726   Laburnum D.   Robertson  6556   Laburnum :.A.  L.   Ramage  446S Angus Ave Mrs. M. C Healy  Jericho .-. ~ Jericho Country Club  Connaught Drive  C. B. McAllister  Marpole ..  Royal Bank of Canada  Engineer's Dept.  Day Labor  Hastings Park..B.C. Amusement Co., Ltd  550 Sth  Ave. \V J.  R. Tacey &  Sons  1246 27th Ave. W  C. Woodburn  Matthews Ave. & Alex'dra....J. R.. Duncan  2327 CoUlngwood St ,.„..R. H. Ward  R. MONCRIEFF  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  3S» Btrk'a Bids.  Serntoar 4606  Palmer Bros.  Ganaral   Contractors  $29 -M SL  Sey. 4878  Robertson & Partners Ltd.  Public Work* Contractors  and Englna*rs  Sey. 1274     422 Metropolitan Bldg  „,—.o- -*»*-*-  ...S. J. Newitt  ..S. J. Newitt  -W.  H.   Chow  . ;.:..J. Laing  ......_;..   Owner  S. Realty Co.  ...SUwart & Coltart  Thos. Lamb. Toronto.-...Dom. Constr. Co.  Townley & Matheson. Supervis'g "Archts.  Townley & Matheson.. W. J. Read  Townley & Matheson_: J. B. Stirling  Sharp A Thompson- ,. S. N. McLeod  Mackenzie A Bow „ —.C. F. Robinson  Dalton A Eveleigh  Dixon A Murray  Townley & Matheson A. L. Ramage  ...„ a  Dominion  Constr.   Co.  Mackenzie A Bow Blackley A Co^  Owners     _  S.  H.   Shave  Jamee A. Benzie_Rogerir Br-vs. A Sinclair  James A. B«-n2ie..Rogers Bro». & Sinclair  ..; _ i.   Day   Labor   _ _„ S.   A,   Pellar   „ Grant  &  McDonald,  Contractor     Bedford   Davidson-  Gardiner & Mercer Snider Bros. & Son   Columbia   Blthulithlc Co..   Ltd.  Bernard C. Palmer J. K. Sinclair  ....'   „.JL  S. Griffiths   _ C.  J. Phillips  . .   _        Owner  ".!.!..! ; *__ _  F. W. Farley  H.  H.  Slmmonds Snider Bros.  & Son  Owner    F.   W.   Mellish  "  T.  McClay  _    Bargain" Sales  Realty Co.  _ A. L.   Ramage  „ _  Owner  Z"~""SZ... ".'...-'. M. C.  Griffith  Bernard C. Palmer J. K. Sinclair  Maclure & Lort..- J. S. Crowell  Gardiner & Mercer....Hodgson, King & M,  Connaught Bridge —City of Vancouver  Townley k Matheson..Robertson & Devey  Twlaell.  Birds & TwSzeU....Peter Tardift  . ' _ Woodburn  & Chaytor  Gardiner & Mercer ..„  Day Labor  Glllam & Mountain Cook & Hawkins  .Peter TardifT  ] ;. Owners  Churchill- & Son   J.  AV.  Bye  Dixon & Murray  .Baynes & Horie  Specialist   In   Cement   Work  ED. HUGGINS  IXAXB   ABB   OBBAMZ-WTAX.  r&ASTBBBB  Bay. 3535-B.  3538  Third  ATe.  SAMUEL B. REDBURH  XAXSOBTOnBO   ABB   TIBTZVO  A SVBOXAX.TT  BS"  TBS OZTBB  Vhoaa Valrmont 464 X  314 7th Are. B. Tancourar, B. 0.  R.N.DICER&Co.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  ARMATURE AND MOTOR WINDING  REPAIR   DEPARTMENT  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Phone Sey. 824 (Bay and Bight)  1256 Pender St. W Sey.  931C-R  Sey. 7965 Night Phone Sey. 637  W. W. FRASER  Elsctrlcal Engineer And  CONTRACTOR  502 Hast. St„ W. Vancouver, B. O.  JENKINS ELECTRICAL  Company. Limited  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  miiKCTMlCAli      rXSTAI.I.ATIOJ»H      Of      l«»t  DltOirTIOII. KX.COTB1CTAZ.     HUFFUM  Bey. 9513 539 Main Street  Percy F. Letts  Qictrical Fjfiietr tsi CMtractir  Xlch-CIssa   Blactrlcal  Work  and   nitnraa  Bay.  44.1 3044  Granv411e  St,  MAIN ELECTRIC  OBBEXAX  BB*  WiBBZBO — 8WITCVBOABBS  IBSTAXTaATZOBB  247Hstin$$tfL  Sty. 3ISS  SHINGLERS  AZX. BOSS OVABABTBSB  KIRK BROS.  BlXhaad 3018  1510 ChazlM St.  J. C. RESTON  BXBCTBXCAX   BBOTXZXB  ABB COBTBA47TOB  314 Bank of Bora Seotto Bids.  602  Hasting West  Bay. 888S-T57S  I  VANCOUVER F0R6E CO.  Xdmited  FORGINC3S  Or ALL. DESCRIPTIONS  Ft.  Victoria Drive .     Highland  701  RICHARDSON ELECTRIC CO.  Engineers & Contractors  7    aKTWeil HUTAU1TIMS K III HMS  923 6eof|iaSLW.  ^      Sty. 8896  I H.D.Reis  WJLKrasi  CEDAR   COTTAGE   PAINTERS  AND   DECORATORS  3538 FLEMING ST. - - -    - FAIR. 3313 Y.  SASH & DOORS  AH Stock Sixes Carried  Glass and Glazing  J.A.GRANT  1938 Manitoba St. ralr 3491 £  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC   SUPPLIES  WIRING and REPAIRS  12 Hastitfs St £  Sey. 1224,  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  coBvxcE, 8Bnrx.iaHT. ssroi  STACKS.     AUTO   WORK.  AnytblnK In Shf*t Metal and Roofing.  S. T. Scarlett, "~  767   Beatty   St.  Sey.  7645  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SASB   and   DOOBS—OrrxCB  rXXTVBSS  Baadaawias and Turmlnr. ate.  17J0  Semlia  Drive  Highland   374  GRANDVIEW SHEET  METAL  WORKS,  LIMITED  rtTBBACJBS.    OOBBICBS.    ttt.  XaOXTS and OBBBBA£  JOBBZBO  leu VmiMm St.  HitMesd 44J  6RANVIUE WOOD WORKS  H.   HUTCHINSON.   PROPMIEToa  CABINET MAKERS AND CARPENTERS  BAND SAWING AND WOOD TURNING  GENERAL JOBBING  Say. 9478  735 Belmcken St.  Character  Railroad . ■  Dredainc •'.  Railroad  Bridge —  .1,000,000  .1142.500  RUSH & READ  FUW *HDORM»MtMI»l POSTERING  AND CES£N1 WORK  Bay.  3370  3306 Stephen! St.  Bay.  1003 B.  STEWART & COLTART  —^ ▼ Traser 305 1*  33ff &«£. «-     355 5«th AT.. B.  TURNBULL & CURR  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  l-alr. 893 Y  Seymour 5680  26 14th Ave. E.   ;.__- »3S«,eOO  Plant Extension. „.:™.-.™.-^-~.»,26.000  3 Storey Addn. _...__.-_-..—---•«JMJJ  Boys Training School_..........^~-»140.000  Oil Plant .„„...„—.........——^*-2.°"»  Municipal Hall ~:..- _.--...-——!«•*$*  i??eclamation   Work      ......; ..*l• Jf«-S^  Boys"   Tralnlsg, School:.......„._u $• 9.-00  Milk  Condensory   HemodelllnK   School   ......  Paving   Pacific   Highway....  Dairy   Barns ......«-—  PftVlus  —-4^r--• —   Frvilt  Storape  Whse.  ...   Memorial   Hall   Dwolllng  - "'"■  Power Plant ...............   Qulnaam  River Brldgre    School  vv   Warehouse Ada".  •   Pavlnjr Ktvcr Road   1'our   Houses    - ■   Bnnk  ..:..._■ ^    $150,000   ..J5.000  „.......$120,000   $S,300  .........  $55,000  ......:._$3O.O00  „.....„.$10,000  . .....  $fi.000  , ...$65,000  Z..... *42.606  BRITISH COLUMBIA GENERAL.  location Ownar  Princeton to Copper Mt....B. C Copper Co.  Fraser  River _I>oni. CJorernment  Altxrni to Great Central Lake.-.—C.F.R.  Deep Crtek, P.G.E..^ ^.Prov.  Govmt.  Mill Creek _.Whalen Pulp A Paper Mill.  Westminster Westminster Brewery Co.  Coquitlam '■.„! _..'— ;.„.i._Prov. Govmt.  Nanaimo  Imperial CHI Co.  Coquitlam   ......__....—     Municipality  Powell River .....Powell River Co.  Siimae T-ake „„....Prov.  Govmt.  Coqwitlam  .._._..._ —Prov.  Govt.  Abbotsford Fraser Valley Milk Prod s  Burnaby  -—•    Petersons to Johnson Rd., 2 1-3 mile.  Lulu   Island      ........„....N  Architect  Contractor  _A. E. Griffin A Co.   $30,000   ..$12,000   ....$35,000  ...$75,000  Rubber  Factory <?.. *■,£•  Fish   Oil  Plant... -•-• -»£«•,  000  $���(7,000  $174,500  Woodwards Landing Prov. Govmt.  Kelowna   - Kelowna  Storage  Ltd.  Courtenay : -G.  W.   V. A.  Kelowna, B. C •"*—•; -.- x-  Alice Arm... Taylor  Engineering  Co.  Near Campbell  River. .....Prov.  Govmt  Lvnn Vallev  No. Vane. School- Dlst.  Vernon    "_ Vernon  Fruit  Assn.  South Vancouver Prov. Govmt.  Penticton   .....Soldiers   Hsg.   Scheme  Penticton '..- Bank  of Hamilton  Pt. Coqultlam....Gr^gory Tire & Rub. Co.  Nanaimo  J.  B.  Jardlnc  Courtenay    Prov,   Govmt.  .'■Huart Lake  „„..Oom._Govrat.   __.^__i_._ l_Pac*flc Dredging Co.   . _^ ^ ^. . , -.Foundation   €o.  Prov.  Govmt— Canadian  Bridge Co.  Owners _.__~..HodgBon. King &  Marble  Gardiner A Meroer —.:—J. Hyelop  Pub. Wks. Dept Robertson & Partners  Owners   i. ; Dominion Constr.  Co.  Gardiner & Mercer- ..Sloan & Harrison  Owners . . ....Leonard C. Stevens  Prov. Govmt....„..... Marsh. Bourne Co.  Pub. Wks. Dept .Robertson & Partners   „.  . ...Sloan & Harrison  Joseph H. Bowman; ...Henry J. Emery  Public Wks  Dept-. Cotton Co.. Ltd.  Nelson Gardner & Mercer .: .;...Jaa.  Hyslop  DOMINION  PHOTO CO.  CMieroai Pbotifrapbers  SiS ORAMV1IXS ST. SEV.2SOB  School   ..  School  Bank  Bank  $11,000  !.'.'."..".'.".... $10,000  ,».—.-.•—.-•—*•«*•  •       .-    ■ $2»0 000  ^fmd^Ho"use;"Mch'*Snops"eTc_ $80,000  Bank A Apts - JbOOOO  Church    $100,000  School    • - •     $60,000  Residence     $8,000  Oarage    —■-•—•:■        $29,000  Two Storey Block  ;~:;;;;$5o 900  Store   Bldg.   ■ -• -     |19 940  Additional   Storey    $50000  Abattoir T  wTllflams"Lake Can.  Bank of  Com  West Summerland ....Can. Bank of Com.  VICTORIA  Victoria Sydney Paper Mills & Rfg. Co.  Victoria    — Can.   Nat'l   Rlwye.  Victoria. B. C  - Royal Bank  Victoria 1st Church of Christ. Sotenttst  Victoria     The WVIlowa School  Oak Bay. Victoria  R. W   Gibson  835 View 8t.. Victoria. Shell Garage  Douglas St.. Vic Mrs. W. H.  Doufcar  Douglas & Broughton _.Olto Woiler  Douglas  &   Broughton Otto  Weiler  Palmer Station  J.  B. Fagan  Public Wks.  Dept Harrison & Lamond  Twizell.   Birds  &  Twizoll.....   W. A. Owen   Cumberl'd H. Treheame  J.  A.   Benzie..   V.   J.  Winkel  .._ .„..  ......_.......W.  V.   Hunt  Public Wks.  Dept..-. Robert Moncrieff  Blackadder & Mackay Baynes & Horie     , J.  F.   Moftat  Public Wks.  Dept Harrison & Lamond  Swan & Augxistine _ B. F.  Priest  A. D. Acheson  R. N.  Wyatt  Gardiner  &   Mercer....- Owners  Wm.  Fred'k  Gardiner Day Labor  Public   Worka   Dept Robt.   Moncrleff  Dept. of Indian Affalrs....Robt. Moncrieff  Owners .  George Wilson  Pub. Wks. Dept E. J. Ryan Contr. Co.  Wm.  Fredk.  Gardiner Thos.  Wyley  Wm.  Fred'k  Gardiner Thos.  Harvey    Co-operative Contraot Co.  Owners  Robertson. & Partners   _    D. Burnett  Dunham ._ . ...Peter MoKechnle  C. E. Watkins  Luney Bros.  M.olure   &   Lort Robt.   Moncrieff    „ _ _..W. F. Drysdale  Perey   Fox -A,  Lockley   Esquimau  Percy  Fox   _ Luney   Bros.  Percv Fox   _  Luney Bros.  J. C.  M. Keith Landie & Keith  H, A. WILES  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Alterations,   etc.  1350 8th Ave. W.       Bayview 2278  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  FOR  GENERAL  BUILDING  CONSTRUCTION  ALTERATIONS  •.'"■OR--:.  REPAIRS  CONSULT  E.J.RYAN  CONTRACTING CO., LTD.  Telephone.. Seymonr 8585-8586  Snlta 5, ralrfleld Bldg.. 445 Gran. SL  """**  Telephone. Sey. 6191-6198  NORTHWEST LIME CO.  We carry a large stock of  "NORTHWEST LIME" manufactured in Victoria and which we are  prepared to furnish Building Contractors and Plasterers at lowest  prevailing prices.  1683   Georgia   Street  W.at  Fhcae Sajrjnonr 1878.  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMf^Y  Makers of  Switch Board*, Vsaal Board*, Steal  Cablaats, ate  Switches designed and built for1 any  special work.  Industrial Island     Taneonrar. B. O.  BUSINESS MEN  wl!! Snd the  Orpheum Cafe  an ideal meeting place for the Luncheon Hour. The Beat of EverythinSr  Prompt Service, Moderate Charges.  Seating capacity 250.  762 Granville Street  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor and Chef  E. CHRYSTAL  & Company Ltd.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Manufacturers of  SASH and DOORS,  MILL WORK, STORE  & OFFICE FIXTURES  Office and Factory  108 Georgia ST., E.     Seymour 8551  PILING-POLES  AST  MBHOTX  nnUTISKBD  We operate our own  logging camp  JOE LEPORE  879  Kaattng-a  St.  E.  Klffh.   148'  Fairview Sand  & Gravel Co.,  Limited  SAND 1 GRAVEL  PROMPT DELIVERY  1527 Main St  Sey. 6761  i-SV"?;:^' .iiGiattiia. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  MM1' $  wsk. A  mm,' h  ,w.    .      .-i^-iBj<r»»»tamaMai«**MtWa«»«wriftanwtaa watwan  BARS & ANDERSON  PLUMBING & HEATING  UIL  S-*  ifsona  VER $750.00  K*  sprinkler  quipr  Number  Oeocript'on  Cost   Street Address  12111—Alterations  12119—Dwelling  12121—Dwelling  .$6,000  -?4500  .$1S00  2iot and. Block  010 Hastings St. "\V : ;....«.   795.14th 'Ave. W .'..' 1G-43S  2o67 25th Ave.  ID .". 7-3  Subfliviaicn  Architect  ■  i                '  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St.  Vancouver B. C.  FMS££? R3WER  Coiitrnotor  Adarcnn  Uoilyaon, King & JUarblo, London Hldg  Owner    Owner  '.   Owner  AclarosB  iimomii am*  Canada Ufo Insinfanco Co   J. A. Jackson  Marnolo P.O.  •D. Fai-Iow  2550 2."iLh Avo. E.  4  lfi  h 1  %i.  *  £"*m  il xa &q  ■Co,, Limited  P. A. Jonca, ■ Starr. ■■  WHARF BUILDING", BRIDGE'S,  PILE   FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  Owners   of   Tn?   "Clira"  Seseral Towing:  324  FRONT  ST.   NEW WESTMINSTER  '     TELEPHONE  101*5'  *$ PHV1P3 Wfi  E^esf^g-sers and  Manufacturers o*f  SGH ''GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  r  " RADIANT. LBGjhLTS 9?  For Commercial B_isfrStIra's-  546  Howe Street  Phone Sey. 3312  BUBL^^ntJ**4«BtC3LJTJaUCaU-JS  aiJOKffiaiMianMa>aaawaMKiarriiMiafdnwa»MnjM.a«MTt-t|LUffcTjtT »»U,ai  PAPEH CO.. -LTD  •B'.C. GONSTRUCTIQ  LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL BUILDING, TENDERS   WANTED,   BRIDGES,   HIGHWAYS   ETC.  """■t  Walter Murray  Xral* "Murray  Murray Eros., Ltd.  PLUMBINS and HEATING  CONTRACTORS  SETUQiTJt 8614  137 Powell. St.  Vancouver. B. C  VANCOUVER PERMTS  1211.")—W. *W. Blake', alterations, 272  Lansdowne R., §400.  . 12117—R. B. Hall, repairs and alterations; 1957 Sth Avo. W., $500. - ■  1213S—D. M. Sparrow, garage; 1840'  12th *\ve. W., $100; Angus "Uunn, cont  12120—E.'E. Johnston, garage, 1S3S|I  Colliiigwoor" St., ?75.   '  -BUILDERS-  SEY. 3315       511 DUNSMUIR ST.  Mjtih  "VeS  Extensive Alteration  (Continued from paffe 1)  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  escapes, stairways, and corridors of  the Hewson building -in the 100  block, ori Hastings street and will  be readyjor the beginning of operations   shortly.  1027 Howe St.  •   Vancouver. B.C.  Phone Sey. X36  Re a. Bay. 77  S. 3. Trickey  E. E. Elliott  Central Sheet  PLUMBING  HEATING  VENTILATING  INLAY HARDWOOD FLOOR  COMPANY  J.   DlERBSON,   MANAOEIt  FLOORS LAID AND OLD FLOORS^EFIN ISHED  929 Pandar St. W. Say. 9201  Kea. Phone: Xorth Tan. 848  NICK  COSCO  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  excavating; concrete work and  'sewers. grading roads and  land clearing  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed   Tenders,  addrcssod  to   tho> un-  dtirsigm-d.     and     endorsed   "Tender   for  K.C.M.P.  Horse  Stable.-*,   l-'alrinoiit,  Vancouver,  B. c.  will  be   received   until  12  o'clock noon, Tuesday. August aisr, I'J'iO,'  for   the   coiiMruction   of   1 Torso   ytulde.s ,|  for the Koyal Canadian  irounted Policoi^  at   Kairinont.  Vancouver,   Li.. C.  9   l  Manufacturers of ,  Keady Roofings Boifidlng Papers,  '-Dry  'and   Saturated Felts,  Barbados Roofing Faint-  • •  VICTORIA, B.C.  li  p f  1367 Seymonr St.  Say. 7325-1.  560 Cambie St.,       Sey. C20  J  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES. OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  ■GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAIHFiHG, 9hm HANS-  \M and KA1  Sey. 8765-     Sey. 87SS  1985 Dansmuir St.  M  ■f*A--.i  W&h<V5?>  m%  pfe  Jot it down  in a  Loose Lea! Memo  IT fits the vest-pocket and  is always ready to receive  facts and. figures and all  kinds of data, such as every  busy" person needs.  New sheets replace old ones,  •  making the .cover a permanent  investment.  Lightest, strongest, simplest  and most compact memo book.  Press Ifcelrigier  No more torn sheets. No  fumbling, fingering >or scolding. Just the outfit for everybody of affairs.  Costs little, lasts always, because it  is bound in genuine Morocco.  Let us show the De Luxe  Loose Leaf Memo to YOU.  Western Specialty   .  | Iiiinitod  572 Granville St.   -.. Soy.  3536  VICTORIA PERMITS  872—J. -Al    Griffiths,    garage,    121  Government  St.,  $175,  R.  Hethering-  ton, Contr.        ' -' -  ■  S73—Blakemore, add. to dwelling,  1143 Tolmie Ave., $150, Blakemore,  Contr.  874—M..R. Todd, garage, 3 819 Stan-  lev Ave., ?75, "M. R. Todd, Contr.  '  S75—G. "W. Haskii\s & City, dwelling. 1G59; Hollywood Crescent, $3,000,  G. W. Haskins, Contr.  , 876—Mrs. Mercer, garage, 13IS Fairfield Rd.,'?3 00, D. Belli Contr.  , 877—J.. Singh, dwelling, Mars St..  ?750, R. Peoples, Contr.  STS—Mrs. H. J.-Scott, add. to dwelling, 103fi Craigdarrock Rd., $900, W.  T. Drysdale. Contr..  (?>K«l«Sa*X=^-«SaanB**BBBBE3ft9alSan«Bn^anaa*SSBBBBSBSB*aKSSS*«  .,Cfl.3TA2>IAN' ITATIONAI. SAII.WAYS ■  Western Lines  Kealed' tenders   addressed "to   the   undersigned   and. .endorsed. '"Tenders   for  TIkk"  wilt be  received at this office liri-J  til   twelve   o'clock   noon.   Tuesday, '3lstf  day of August,  1&20, for  3,000.000  Bail-'  way Tir-s  to b<-  made and  deliVc-i-ed  between   December  1st,  1J)20.   and  Xovem-  J-er   1st,   1921   ,in   accordance   with   Tie  Specification Xo. SaoO, u-aUd ilirch ISth,  &75.000 to   be  'delivered    on   C.anad'an ...  National   Lines   In   British   Co-   concern:  one  who has had some e.-cperi  lumbia I ence   in   reta.il   hardwai-e.     Good   oppor-  •'00.000 to   be 'delivered   on   Canadian i't'inity   for, advancement.    Box  05,   ttecr  National   Lines   in   Alberto..        J ord. _    . '  1,000,000  to- be   delivered    on   Canadian   n.». .«i — .■■■!—« ■■■■■■■■i'j —n '■  «•* ...    <n      ,     m  National   Lines, between   Win- -'    HOTICE  TO COSnTBACMOKS  e«nnn +"nT a^1'""**:*"•'"" v_       ..      I     Sealed-Tenders,  superscribed. "Tender  60,000 to   be   delivered   on   CanaSian   ior Aix.erationy, court-house. New West-  o-n/.^  •"l!''twli«' -•■•-- ;".—a- ,      - .      I minster,"   will   be  received   bj   the   I-ron-  2o.000  to-be   dejiaored   or.   Canadian | t>urrbl(,   the   Minister   of   Public   Works  ...... ^atL°nai £»""**-,'n  "Mlnnesoti.   | up   to   3 2   o'clock, noon   of   Tuesday,   the  ■J00,000 to   b'i   delivered   ;on   Canadian , .. lvt  dav  ot  August,   .920,  for the erec-  _ Rational Lines' between   Rainy , tion   an*d' completion  «£   certain   alfra-  -nmn *.-'IV(\r and Bort' Arthur. | ucris to Court-house. New  Westminster,  oO.OOO    o    be    delivered     on    Duluth, , ,n  lhe  Kew "Westminster  Electoral  Dis-  ivmnipes?   &   Pac'ific   Lines" m ■ ^ru-t   B   C   ' " '  -_     .     Minnesota Plans,     'specifications,  1 endor forms and Specifications can'  hp obtained at tlie office of the Gcnt-ral  Tie Airent, No. . 9 Toronto Street, Toronto.  Tenders will not be considered unless  mr.de on forms supplied by the Kailway.  No   tender    for   quantities   ies.-s    than  10.0»0  ti-»s  will  be  considered.  Th" !f>v»:-t or any tender not nece3-  f-arily   acce"tcd.  K.   LANCUIAM,  Heating Without Coal  Kow wfould 'you like to be free for  all time from furnaces, dirty fuel  and ashes? How would you like to  be able to switch on your heat as  you do electric light?  Let  Gas   Radiators   or  "Unit Registers .-  Heat Your Home  Gas will heat'youT-home economically and satisfactorily, without  odor or fumes, automatically if you  desire. Let us tell you about the  features of "this 'up-to-date heating  system.  Vancouver Gas Co..  Carrall and,  Haatlara  Phon#i 3ey.  '50OO'  •WA23TED  A   young  man   fori Buildinx   Material  ■general   i-'tircna.'.ir'ff   Agent,   ,,,.., '.,   ..,    -i«u„.,.   /tin-.    ... »,(,.>,  fmniwn  K'liion-i'   ,'"i!!-"     ' osit   of   ten   dollars   (?10k   which  Canadian  ^ationa^^.•---•! bl.   refunded   on    theii    return    in  Toronto, August  G,  19P.0.  »ar-wjaiawar—^^K^-r^yju-^w^-aanwdai j. i i*ss^msmMmmmmmmmmmmMsttwmmmmm  NOTICS  SO  COUTBACTOBS  Traas-yrovincial Higrhway—Johnson  Koad   to   Station   560+00.  Sealed: Tenders, endorsed "Tender for  Trans-Provincial—Project No. 9," ..will  h'.. received by the Honourable the Minister ■ of P.ubiic Works up to noon of  Friday, the 27th day of August, 1920,  foi   the 'repradinff,  etc.,  of"above. ■  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms of* tender may be gen on ;md niter the 21st day of August, 1920, at the  ofiice   of   the,  Instrict   Engineer,   Court-  contract, .and  forms of tender may be sei-n oiv and  after the l»th day of Aupuat, 1020, at  the office of J. Alahony, Ksc'.. Government Agenr, CourL-hoube, \'aiicouvor: t-.  C. Campbell, 35sq., Government Agent.  Court-House, New Westminster:- or the  Department of Public Works. Victoria,  B.C.  Intending     tender:-     cr.n     obtain     one  copy  ot  plans  and  specification:-;   by  ap-  | .->lying   to   the   u.ider.siv;nf-d   with   a   de  ch   will  good  order,  Kach proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to  the Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, for a sum equal to 10 per cent,  of tender,.-■ which' shall be forfeited if  the party tendering decline to enter into' contract when called upon to do so,  or if he fail to complete the work contracted for. The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will tie returned to them  lipon  the execution of the  contract.  Tenders will not b« considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with   the   actual   signature   of   the   ten  ]^Zt^7,VVer' °1' at the.'offl<?e;.pJ: the   ^^ —, ^clo«ed Tn The envdopes fur-  undersigned  l'.'aeh tender nnist lie accompanied by  an"accei»ted bank cheque for an amount  eipjul to ten v^r cent. (10%) of the tender. The cheque of the successful tenderer   will,   be   retained   as   security.  the due and faithful performance of the  work rill  the satlsi'ac'-ory' con-pietio >   ■,    !  the  work.    A   bond    in    an     acceptable j"  surety company   for an...'amount  etjuiva-j  lent   to  twenty   per  cent.   (20%)   of  the  amount may  be accepted'as security  In |  lieu of the successful tenderer's deposit I  cheque. |  .v,i oivqiies to be on chartered banks j  of Canada., and made, payable to the;  Minister  of  Public   Works...  ... ..  Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers I  will be returned on execution of the {  contract, agreement.. \  Tenders will not be considered unless •  made out on the forms supplied and:  '■•t:;»ed with the actual (signature of the j  tenderer. ■■■'!.;•■'" * |  The lowest   or  anv  tender  not  necessarily acepted.  A.   K.   FOREMAN  nished.  The   lowest   or any   tender  not  necessarily  accepted.  A.  E.   FOREMAN.  Public  Works  Engineer.  ; Public   Works   Department.  Victoria.   B.C.,   .Inly   2Kth.   1920.  FAOLOS I  GENERAL   CONTS5ACTORS •  Wc Specialize In  10USES & BONOALOWS  GET OUR FIGURE  'BEFORE YOU BUILD  A'T^biii^wo^srKngineer.iSS8y. 165 ..'..     B25 Hastings St. W.  kw   Dermrtineiit. . _.. . ^ ^SMSm  1'lans and specification can be seen  and forms of tender obtained .at the  offices of the'Chief Architect. Department of Public Works,-Ottawa-, the-Kesi-  dent Architect, Victoria, B. C, the Superintendent of Maintenance, A'ancouver,  B.'C.s and the Bulldors' Exchange, Montreal, P.Q.  * Tenders will not be considered unless  made on the forms supplied by the Department and in accordance with .the  conditions set forth therein.  '-lOach- 'tender must-be accompanied'by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public'Works, equal to 40 per cent, of  the amount of the tenden 'War Loan  Bonds of the Dominion will also be accepted as security, or "War Bonds and  cheques if -required to make up an odd  amount. '   • "  By   order.  It.   C.   DESKOCHEK!}..  ' Secretary.  Department  of  Public Works,  Ottawa, August  :;.  I!;20. -  PSOVirfCE    OP   3^*ai!riS*EC ,CO*Gtr2£SXA  V/ESTani'fSTZE BKXDGE.      ..    r  ■ Separate tenders addressed v^to tho  Chief PJnginoilr of Itaiiways, Victoria.  B. C, for the undermentioned work on  Westminster bridge will be'received 'at  the office of the undersigned up to the  [dates  hereunder specified, as follows:  (1 j To supply and install new gratos-  coiriplete and motors r.nd framework,  at each end of swing: span, In place of  existing gates to be removed. Tenders  cloSe at noon on August SI. 1920.  (2) Reconstruction and repair of pier  protection crib at swing ,«--pan. Tenders  close at noon August 0,  1D20.  Plan and specifications can be seen at  the Inspector of Equipments office. Court  House, Vancouver; at !SiiP(irinteiident  Gifford's office, Westminster Bridge, and  at the Department of Jiailways, Victoria,  B. CV *  Tenders to be marked "i'*estrninster  Bridge Gates" or "Westmii w" Bridge  Pier Protection," respective.., and accompanied by,an accepted cheque for J  per cfnt o: bid, payable "to the AFinistnr  of Railways.   - «—  .    The   lowe*t   or  any itender not   necessarily accepted.  -   A.  F.  PROCTOR,  ' Chief Engineer of Railways.  ITCTICB  TO  COKTRACTOBS  Cumberland School  Healed Tenders, superscribed "Tender  for Cumberland School." will be- received by the Honourable tho Minister  of Public, Works up to 12 o'clock noon  of-'ilonday. the 6th day-of September.  1920, .for the erection and completion of  a four-room addition* to present four-  room frame school-house at Cumberland, in the Comox Electoral District,  B. C.  Plans, specifications, , contract, and  forms of tender may'be seen on and  after the'-l-Tth day of- August, 1920. at  the -office of ,J., Mahony. Esq., Government Agent, Court-hontse, Cumberland;  H. McB. fcimith. Esq".. Government Agent,  Court-hou>»e, Nan'almo; or the Department oivpublic  Works. Victoria.  B.C.  Intending tenderers can obtain one  copy oi plans and spucificjitioiis by ap-  iilvinsj to th" undersigned with a de-  posit'of ten dollars if'.O) which will be  refunded on  their return   in   good  order.  Each proposal .must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to  the Honourable the Minister of Public  Wdrks, for A sum equal to ten per cent.  qu'/f) of tender, which shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to  enter into contract when called upon to  do so. or if he fail, to complete the work  contracted for.- ;The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to  them upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not'be considered unless  mode out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.  .   The   lowest  or any   tender not  necessarily accepted. ■■  A.   E.   FOREMAN,  Public  Works Engineer.  Public .Works   Department,  Victoria.  B.C.,  Aug.  llth.  1920.  tt  NEVER LEAK" Roof Coating  Now is the season to rccoat your Ready-Roofing or Metal -Roof. •  Barrels or 4 gal. tins. - •*      -• •   "A Stitch in Time Saves Nine/'    ^     v  PACIFIC  ROOFING  CO.. Limited  ~\  Seymour   1 186  MANUFACTURERS  7  Industrial Island  Vancouver. B.C.  U  ?  Campbell & Grill  .,   „ "EataDliaheil 1905  Roof iaig Contractors  *  JtZiTAX.   WIHDOWS—FI31E   BOOBS—SKOXE-BTACKS HOT-AIX  •f-ffR-WACi:—VEHTILATIKa    TATXSt—BLOW    V1X1XQ  ^^  81£YX>iohts—aamiuAi, jobbiua  1238 Seymour St.  Vancouver, B.' C.  Seymour ^981  MALTHOID ROOFING  .  The Best that's made    —.  t  ".,.'.     .' I1- Saf es AflenU';-4-.'-    ' '*,  Smith, Davidson & Wright,' Limited  Vancouver, B. C.  ROOFING  ni"  PAYINS  The  Company  LIMITED  MATERIALS   Send for co,or   card  °*  Barrett's  VELVEX   CREOSOTE   SHINGLE    STAINS  Cor. lOth Av.. 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