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 4 K'  4 \  .1s   i  ^  ^  ^>:  ' .*'■■{'  '*»  \'«  •■     i.    r  ^'IT;1  spa  t  ^>a:  ' \ i?...  H in  '■   u  f  i  -fr  f -  \  45*«»  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  TJv^ZJrZ pevoteb to »—-«■■ Mw.«mM.. cohteacti™. eeWeeieo, peotxecia*. cirr aee hasbos nan********  VOL. XX. No. 20.  Published Monday  'Wednesday and Prlday  VANCOUVER, B.C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1920.  OnToe and Plant  629 Pender Street West  PRICE—Per Year la Adraaeo  Vn lionth    ----  FIREPLACE   FURNITURE  Mantels, Grates, Tile, Portable Baskets,  Andirons, Coal Buckets, Wood  Holders, Spark Guards.  Wm- N. O'Neil Co., Ltd-  530 Howe St.  Sey. 4795 - 4796  PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS, Limited  ROOFING CONTRACTORS  aiETAi. wnrnowa  FIRE DOORS  SXTTjIOBTS  , J0BBIHO  BLOW PIPIJTG  SMOKE STACKS  Granville Is. Seymour 2172  £  ti  - CONTRACTORS -  When The Specifications Call For A Tan-  Phone or write for  Canadian "SIROCCO" Prices  TAYLOR  ENGINEERING COMPANY, Limltecf  DESIGNING AND ERECTING ENGINEERS  L™  Credit Foncier Building  Telephone Seymour  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  POLYCHROME  Common Brick  (in stock)  Pnlly  Cured.  Splendid Quality  CLEAN   CUT   EDGES  926.00 per  1.00O at Warehouse.  830.00 per 1.00O delivered Business  Section.  POLYCHROME CEMENT  Brick & Tile Co., Ltd.  Offlcei 316 B-unoan Bid*  Works: OranriUe Island  Bey. 8530  816  BASEMENT  FLOODED OB SAJfV? "*  Waterex Waterproofing  is the remedy  Made   in   Great .-Britain   and.     ..  United  States  Jamieson Engineering  Company  Phone Soy.  19<6  London  Bldg.  ESTIMATES NEW SCHOOLS  URGENTLY NEEDED WILL  COST CITY $1,246,000  In a rej>ort submitted to the school  board, and which is to be considered  at a special meeting to be held shortly  for that purpose/- Mr. J. S. Gordon,  municipal inspector of schools, has  estimated that five new schools and  forty-four additional class rooms, costing in all ?1,24(*,000, wil be needed to  f provide accommodation for increased  attendance in city schools next year.  This estimate and building programme, Inspector Gordon emphasizes  does not make any provision for the  future, but is needed to allow the  school authorities to catch up with  overcrowd- . conditions which have  prevailed for several years past' and  give sufficient room for the large num-  Clayburn Firebrick,  Special  Ft.ofColumbia av     shaped Kct e{c.PreMed  Elk Brand Cement, Reinforced  , Steel, Hvdrated  .Lime, etc.  (Continued on  Page 4)  Lumber   Veneer   Panels,   Etc.  DO YOU NKD ANY FIjR PAttEiS  We Ha** a Earg* Stock of Sanded Owe*—  ,.-j,>, *. 4*  1  \.  We Have a wrr. *««*.- -- -r—  .V-masnes»ia»sjav"  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 RICHUDt ST. SET. 3199 VANCOUVM, B.C.  CHAMPION & WHITE  Get Our Price On  BUILDING MATERIALS  Robin Hood Boilers and Radiation  Seymour, 95T0  10S3 Main St.  HUNTER - HENDERSON PAINT  Company, Limited  Architectural Paints and Varnishes  642 GRANVILLE SI. SEYMOR6110  WILL BUILD BLOCK  OF FIVE BUNGALOWS  Mr. Fred Melton to Start on Homes to  Cost  $27,000—Ask   Bids   on  Sub-Trades.  Comprising another Important effort  to relieve the housing shortage, Contractor Fred Melton, 1727 William  street, has arranged to start work at  handsome bungalows and seml-bunga-  once on the erection of a block" of five  lows on admirably situated property  located at the corner of Balaclava  street and Point Grey Road. Mr. Melton, whose phone is Highland 3J3L,  estimates the cost of the quintette of  new homes at $27,000. j  The new residences will all be of  different designs, both in exterior finish and interior lay-out. Some of them  will be of five and other of seven  rooms,* but they wil embrace all modern conveniences, including' full concrete basement, hardwood floors and  ■hot air heating. - -   -..-■-•■>,  Mr, Melton is receiving bids'on all  the sub-trades to include plumbing,  brickwork, plastering, heating, painting and wiring.  T. A. WALSH & Co., Ltd.  Machinery  and- Supplies  —   B.C. Distributors For  ACME SHINOLE BANDS, BOX STRAPPING, CORRUGATED FASTENERS  MONOGRAM OILS * GREASES  YELLOW STRAND WIRE ROPE  „,.    ---«                                                        858 - OO Camble St.  Sey: 4738 - 4739 ____^___————   J. A. FLETT Limited  Building Hardware, Tools & Cutlery; SpaWings  Athletic Goods, Guns and Ammunition  GRANT   STREET-END   LEASE;  WILL ENLARGE WHAftF  After being referred back and bandied around in typical aldermanic style  j for nearly two months past, the civic  industries committee on, Monday finally granted the application of Mr. Victor M. Dafoe for a lease of hair of the  6C-foot waterfront of Rogers street,  just east of the sugar" refinery. The  lease is for a two-year term only, sub- j riS(ilae, B. C.  ject, of course, to renewal, and will ... . -  bring the city $77 a month. Mr. Da-  foe intends 'to enlarge his wharf accommodation there and talso extend  his boat-building plant so as to be  able to handle -a number of prospective contracts f6r, a" larger type of  craft than he has~ been building. He  plans to commence work soon on the  wharf enlargement to take in half of  the street end adjoining his present  plant.  AWARDS CONTRACTS  FOR BUNKER PLANTS  C.   P.   R.  Announces  Successful   Tenderers on-Eight Coaling  Stations  on Main Line.  As a preliminary step to meet conditions forced on the company by the  impending stoppage of the oil fuel  supply for its locomotives, it is announced by the C. P. R. engineering  department that contracts have already been..awarded for the construction of eight coal bunkering plants at  various stations along the Pacific division of thetC.*P.R. main line. These  eight bunkering plants will cost in" the  neighborhood of $100,000, although the  definite figures in the case of individual contracts are withheld for the  present.      ;  . The largest of the plants will naturally be at the terminus here, and will  be erected on the C. P. R. reserve in  Raise Creek, the Vickers Contracting  Company beings the, successful bidder  for'this job. The other plants are to  be erected-at Ruby Creek, Notch Hill;  Sicamous, Revelstoke, Albert Canyon,  JBeavermouth and Golden.  Successful tenderers on these individual plants are announced as follows:  False' Creek—Vickers Contracting  Co., Ltd., Dominion Building.  Ruby   Creek—Nickson  Construction  VANCOUVER SHOWS BIG  GAIN IN BUILDING WHILE  COAST CITIES IN SLUMP  While other coast cities have been  showing a decided slump in building,  activity, it is at least comforting to  local contractors and builders to realize that Vancouver is a decided exception to this state of affairs further-  down the coast/and that this city on  the contrary has been showing an approximate increase of about 90 per  cent, for several' months past in the'  amount of new construction authorized, as compared with monthly totals  lor the same period last year.  According to figures compiled and  tabulated by the American Contractor;  as, received, from  203  cities   in  the  MUNDY, ROWLAND & CO.  ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  General  Electrical  Construction  WW UHMH 154  States Bak MUhf  vucuva - wimtiKi  (Continued on  Page 2)  EBURNE 55  EBURNE GRAVEL C0r  . Marpole, B.C.  Wholesale and: Betail  Dealers' 'in Sand, Gravel. Crushe*.  Rock, Brick,, .Cement, Lime and aU  kinds of Building-Materials.  "IF IT'S IN POINT GREY • PHOKE BT  EBURNE 55  ^\^  FRANK DARLIING «* «.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  "TSJOB."  auppusT »»™™. mp99A steel—Prills,  Boomers, eto.  I  COMPUTE STOCK O* ACCBSSOBXES;  1144 ho:  nuna  4ia»  PHILPOT-MACDONAtb Co.,Ltd.  . -VEIectrica^ \  D.  MA.CDOKAI.rJ  *•■■ "CONSOLTING    INSTALLATIONS - POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION , ... .,  DESIGNING - SHOP WORK  1573 Main St.  Phone :•   Fair* 3623  -N  Why Not Use A  « VULCAN "  Heating Bbiler ?  ,X«M:a*.y kind of fuel wltH splendid  'combustion.   '...,■   .' ",  Vulcan Iron Wirks Ltd.  .-Granville Island     Vancouver, B. C.  Company, 739 Hastings street west.  Notch Hill and Sicamous—Mr. W. D.  Grant, Vancouver.  Revelstoke—Simmons  &  Eby, Ker-  Albert Canyon—J. Forsyth & Company, Vancouver.  Beavermouth—The Sidney E. Jun-  kins Co., 837 Hastings street west,  Vancouver.  Golden—J. H. Simmons, Winnipeg,  Man.  LANGLEY   PRAIRIE   HAS  NEW HOTEL UNDER WAY  .Langly* Prairie. — Turner -Brothers  are building a new 18-room hotel on  Main- street oh which good progress  is being made and it is expected the  structure will be completed and ready  for .opening early in bhe New Year.  1 The hpteris a three-story'frame structure, the usual oflice, lounge, drawing  room, billiard and refreshment rooms  vbeing located on the ground floor as  well as a dining room that will afford  table accommodation for 50 persons.  ■. The eighteen bed rooms which will  occupy the upper floors .will be fitted  lip in most modern style, while silencing felt is being used in the partitions  and between floors. The billiard room  will* contain four tables while the out-  buildings will comprise stable, ,yard  and garage, all of which will* have admirable facilities owing to the* tact  that they can be, approached frpm both  Main street-and the-old Trunk Road.  START   WORK   SOON  ON   UNIVERSITY  According to a statement issued  yesterday by Hon. J. W. deB. Farris,  attorney-general and minister of labor,  construction work on the \Jniversity  of British Columbia would be commenced at once. He said that the sum  of' $100,000 had been set aside by "the  Provincial Government at a meeting of  the executive council held in Victoria  on Monday. Further notice as to  when tenders will be called will fee  made In these columns" later.  T. G. McBRIDE & CO.  ■>- - "...v.; -r ESTABUSHED-la**?^^- *^* -  -  .. WHOLESALE AND.r^TAIL^DjBj---..  SANO.CRAVEUBR^.MIANDA^BUj^          lOSlHatoSt. Tolyhono germonr IMP  ^MATERIALS  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  -^  VC^       > --v.-.-    ■  sxajcs. c»tBjnrEi.B, A»rot««. tx^tmb, tbss. cot  COMPXATEI.T EQVZFPXB rABBIOAtniO  BKOl  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL 00% Ltd.  rsirmont 0396 aad 8397  ▼■uiooiiveVa  DOMINION BRICK  Tot Sal*.by  OhaasloB s WMto: Sn». Coloimaa » Evan.. X*d.; Thos. O. BlcSrldo ft O*  aadtae Bitcnie Contracting ft Supply Co^ *ta^ «__, -L.  GABRIOLA SHALE PRODUCTS  LIMITED  VICTORIA, B.C.  Head  Office  102  Moody  Block  Vancouver Lumber Co., Limited  •    ! jUAITUrACTtTKBBS ©IP  !       FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE^  REASONABLE PRICES     _  „  ' Call' sad so* «■• °* phone.  South End of Cottnaught Bridge ,.  « }   ft<omo                                            Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Fair, 918-91?       ... ,   ,„ _,   ""  '' ~    "■" " ■  >  ill! ■  PLANS  BIG SMOKE HOUSE.     ,  Mr. Charles Anderson, a local fisherman, plans the erection of a large  smoke-house for fish curing purposes  at the foot of Gore Avenue. He made  application to the civic building .cpjii-  mittee. on Monday for a-special permit for the structure. Before granting it the aldermen referred thfe. -" itPr  plication to the fire 'chief and,: cjly  building inspector "for a report;Wvfo'  the Are risk involved in such astruc  ture. ,.-;: • f •.'.■  BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.  We cut to leniftiu   Cold Twist and Beat  ■JBZBYOBCTJra STSEX^i  Large stocks of Mild Steel^Bars.  Bars to details. .  BOliTS*— ■ "^„ ^m  -nriff Bolts Machine Bolts. Tie Bolts. Cast Iron Washers. We are preparott  - to.^nSh^StfW orders of Special Bolts on short notice. ,  MERCHANT IRON AND STEEL BARS *'  nn.«.TAwrt rtm-If _ run! _ SOOTCX TZB.H BBICX.'—- TTJUB  O&AT  I POMI^OT^C"™^. owSm rACWMr- COKE - MA COAl  MO^Sbar — BX.ACKS11XXB coax -TVajnxA *opb  103 nmrpH: bxtjcd.  PBIVATE EX SET. 9197  Seymour 4660 *  Reliable Electric  Company  3V SKITBV Manager  •152 Alexander St.   VancotiTer, B.C.  Twenty Tears' Sxportonoe la »U Branches  ?f Eleotrical Work. fcII^^?r«*^  Advloe — Tronbl* Worfc-~-Twsta1T Ins; — Bo*  Wiaatug—All Work Onaramteed.  RITCHIE CONTRACTING and SUPPLY Co.Ud.  :-■''%•..,.'. »     Dealers in  BRICK^SAND, GRAVEL, CRUSHED  ROCK, CEMENT,  PLASTER,   LIME,   CHIMNEY   FLUE   LINIiNG,   METAL  AND   ALL   OTHER   BUILDING   MATERIAL.  FIBRE  LATH,  "Seymour- 9162-9163  Nig-nt Phone:; "Bay' 2135 I,  1561  Granville  Street  Vancouver, B. C.  NTAL IRONWORK  Westminster Iron Works  • Offlc^ and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. C.  Phone 53  M BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ■ ,C"   1'  if?  Ik  %  T  J*  I  J. ». MODOSON  .   IK ST.   O  f. T.  *IN8  WM.  O.'MARBLK  X.  «. I.  C.  HODGSON, KING & MARBLE  Contractors & Engineer*  511 Union Bldg.      Seymiur 6506  Plate. Sheet, Figured,  Wired,Art,Prism,  Colored, etc.  Wholesale and Retail  W. HOLT & SON  426—436 Dufferin St. Fairmont 123S  Bevelling  and  . -  Slivering  Tin Home Bank of Canada  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT  F. G. NICKERSON  Manager  Sjay. SO70 4^6 Hastings St. West  Vancouver, B. C.  Point Grey Building Supply  COMFAST  ■.nft Gravel. Torpedo Gravel, Crushed  Rock. Brick, Lime, Plaster, Cement, etc  SCREENED - PLASTERING SAND.  6 & 3 Angus St. 8c Marino, Dr.  '0£E, B. C.  Robertson & Devey  EnElnaars and Constructors  tossctius, Dtsigi, Rcptrts, CoKtrwttoi  ladustrial Plants, Buildings and Equipment  WbarreB   and   Piers.      Power   Plants  Industrial  Railways  Concrete, Steel and Timber Structures  W2 YORKSHIRE BLDQ.   SEY. 9217  i  REFRIGERATION  In satin? putts as) e*M stifip system Sict-  ssJ irttoMtMs mt putts lw m cniat bksku  MACHINE SHOP.REPAIR WORK OF  EVERY DESCRIPTION.  Unde Canadian Refrigeration  Company Limitad  SOD Campbell Are,   ' Hifh.822  NICK COSCO  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  EXCAVATING.   CONCRETE  WORK  AND  SEWERS.   GRADING   ROADS   AND  LAND  CLEARING  1367 Seymour St.  Sey. 7325-X.  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday.   Wednesday  andFriday by the  Record Publishing Co., Ltd.  A   newspaper   or   general   circulation.  featuring  Building,  Contracting.  Engin-  2?ta!™fndustrlal.' Shipbuilding,  M*nin«;  rutomobile, Provincial, City and Harbor  Improvements. _^«1  C. H. NBLSONJLMANAQING EDITOR  Office and Plant  629 Pendei StW„ Vancouver, B.C  PHOXE'SETMOUR 7808  Per Month  Subscription Bates  1.00  the city is certainly entitled to a  large share of the proceeds from these  two taxes—there are so many other  urgently needed things in the way of  civic improvements exclusive of a new  city hall, that she mayor's somewhat  ambitious scheme should be carefully  considered before being sanctioned.  ■ A large auditorium is also needed  but that can be safely left to private  per cent,  enterprise, as there are a number of j these  203  cities shows a drop of 38  (Continued from page 1.)  United States show a total valuation  in permits issued during October of  $06,172,990. This is a considerable  drop from the September figures  which totalled $101,83-1,729. As compared with last year, the decrease in  building construction   for October  in  HARDWOOD FLOORS  "Stay-Put" Brand  KILN DRIED  KEPT DRY  STAY DRY  i. C. Hardwood floor Co.  Umitad  SS17 Gran. St.  Bay. 1287  Pearson Wire  & Iron, Works  f ORNAME1  WORKERS,  ERS and  rTAL IROK  ttR,£ WORK-  LEAVERS  Eotning too large "or too small.  IX it's Iron or Wjre,we make it.  CIT Y MARkiTBUILDING  FAIRMONT 2794  trtr  won""     t1n on  Per "Year in Advance  riT~T»lintiv  Ul   subscriptions   are   payable   strictly  ,  in  advance.   .    MAY   SUBMIT  BY-LAWS  FOR TWO  MILLIONS TO  ELECTORS/  IN  JANUARY;  Based entirely on a promise given  by Attorney-General Farris at a recent  meeting of the provincial executive  here that the government would, give  Vancouver-at least,$250,000 a year as  the city's share of the auto and amusement taxes' collected' by the province,  Mayor Gale proposes to submit two  money by-laws for, $2,000,000 to the  electors of J Vancouver at the civic  elections on January 13. One of these  money. by-laws, as proposed by the  mayor, is to be for $1,000,000 in* 6 per^  cent. 20-year bonds to provide for the  erection of a.combined city hall and  public auditorium. The auditorium  part of the combined building is to  be designed to'seat 5,000, so that it  may be used for conventions and other  large" gatherings as well as musical  festivals.'. The-other by-lawt is also to  be for $1,000,000 to provide for a comprehensive scheme of road improvement and street opening, which factors of community development has  been so sadly neglected here'tor the  last five years.  ' '  , In submitting, these by-laws'" to the  city council for .approval,. the^ mayor  It is only when October figures are  compared with other years that it is  apparent how far building activities  have dropped. The following-table  emphasizes  the  foregoing statement:  1016       624,000    627,000    776,000  rfl20    $   626,750 0501,640 $503,524  public natatorium, waterworks  exten-j-^io   1,000,000    S60.000    S90.000  sion, sewerage extension, more parks  191s    '   2S7000    225,000    162,000  1917        416,000  plans afoot in that direction already  It will be time enough, four or five  years from now, if there- is no large  auditorium in the city then, to consider erecting one under civic auspices. In the meantime there are such  urgently needed things as a fire-boat, a  and improvements to existing parks  and bathing beaches, that it would  seem better civic economy to put bylaws for these projects before the  ratepayers rather than for the erection of a more ornate building in  which the aldermen can orate.  Of the need for at least $1,000,000 for  a programme "of road improvement  throughout the city there should be  little difference .of, opinion. Every-  resident who pays,taxes should, have  a road that gives access to his home  and affords transport'for the necessities of life. But these things are lacking for many a home in the outskirts,  while many miles of macadamized  highway throughout the city generally  is sadly in need of resurfacing and  should be attended to at once.  LOCAL  FIRMS  HAVE FINE  EXHIBITS AT BIG SHOW  Living fully up to even its most  roseate advance notices, the first an-,  nual electric show under the auspices  of the B. C. Electrical Dealers Co-operative association, is attracting big  crowds at' the Drill* Hall on Beatty  street. Novelty is a. strong feature  of the show, but aside from that it is  proving intensely interesting as an  exposition of what it is possible to do  in the way of relieving household and  office work with electrical devices.  —-. , . v , .    Among the various firms there has  announces his-intention of making a been keen competition to provide not  'strong"plea that the interest and sink-  435,000  594,000  593,000  498,000  807,000  567,000  IN  ALL ITS  BRANC&SES  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  ESTABXJSHED 12* 1883  739 Kastings St. W.  ' Sey. 7320  around rioor. Winch Bldg-.  Vancouver, B. C. '  J. Hanbury & Co.  MMITED  EXCAVATING  and  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St,  Bavview 1076  Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd.  INSPECTING and TESTING ENGINEERS  218 Standard Bank Bldg.                        Phone Seymour 2199  Resident Inspectors at all Large Manufacturing Centres   *~\  1915       615,000  1914   .'.     733,000  Of the larger Coast cities, Portland  shows the greatest slump in building  during October, Portland's loss was 5L  per cent, as compared to October, 1919,  totals. San Francisco's., loss was 17  per cent. Los Angeles gained 50 per  cent. Oakland lost U percent.. Seattle lost 47 per cent., Spokane gained  162 per cent Tacoma gained 27 per  cent, while Everett lost 70 per cent.  When proper allowance has been  made for the differencsu ins construction costs as between 1920 and 1915,  for example, it" is obvious that the  volume of business in October, 1920,  was much less than 50 per cent, of the  October record in 1915.  3163—F. E. Reed, 2S44 39th Ave. W.;  Dwelling; $4,000; Smellie & Callage,  Contrs.  TWO  CONVENIENT  LOCATIONS  At either or which Mie bual;  ''flfetss'"nicn snd women of  ..sjMt.«ttv «��, certain .ot\th«f  af-  New a •  ltd COROOVA ST. WIST  •12  PBMPSet:   ST.  -m M M Itstanits  ikg fund charges for "these' big money  by-laws can be met out to the $250,000  ,which Attorney-Generar. Farris has  promised the .government, will allocate to-the city next year. A significant feature about this promise, however,-is-that Premier Oliver has,practically repudiated it and declined to  commit, the government to "such a financial allotment until such time as the  new'cabinet'meets and formally decides whether provincial finances and  the' heavy demand for public works  will allow of a'grarit of a quarter of a  million to- the; city.  Leaving aside the probability of  voting on these by-laws—should they  be ,.approved by~ the council—-being  largely .a. question of "counting your  chickens s before they are hatched," it  is.a debatable question in the minds  of,even the most ardent advocate of  !a-big h.uilding. programme-tor the city,  a* to whether this -$250,000.a year  shqujd be tied up and, disposed of sin  this way. Even if the city1 does get  a quarter of a million from the provincial    government  If you don't know  Walker  CSV  next year—and  only the most interesting but the  most attractive display, and all of  them have succeeded admirably in  both respects. The Jarvis Electric  Co. have a fine display of power apparatus, including their Swanlite and  farm lighting and power "plants, Philadelphia and Diamond grid batteries  and X-Ray store reflectors.  Mr. Percy Letts has a fine arrangement of home lighting fixtures attractively displayed. Mr. W.-W. Frazer is  demonstrating ^IcClary electric ranges  in a most convincing way, while the  B. C. Electric Railway Co. is also  showing a fine line of electric cooking  devices.  Messrs. Farr,, Robinson & Bird display an exclusive line of polychrone  lighting,fixtures with .parchment and  silk , shades . that prove especially attractive' to the fair sex in the way of  home lighting fixtures.  'The whole"building is brilliantly;ll;  luminated.with patent radiant lighting  fixtures, there being approximately  .100,000, candlepower used in the lighting, or sufficient to illuminate s good  sized village. The show^will run until  Saturday night  YEAR'S  STEEL OUTPUT IS  EXPECTED TO BE SMALL  NEW yORK—October reports of  tonnage in the iron and steel-industry,  while Indicating an increase over the  Ggures for September, and showing  the third highest monthly tonnage in  two years, are none the less misleading for the reason that the "industry,  instead' of increasing production at  this timo, is actually experiencing a  most serious decline. There is nc  gainsaying the fact that although' the  October gross tonnage total was 3,015,-  982 the total, tonnage for the year  will fall below that of last'year,and  will be the lowest annual production  since 1915. .There has been no-.increase in buying in the'last week, but  the general impression prevails that  business will shortly be.on the up  grade.  PACIFIC  LIME   ■ Sold By ——  ^\  ALL DEALERS  CANADIAN JOHNS-MANV11XE  Comp«ny»wLlr]r»ite€l.  '   aSSBBSB*BSB»WBSBSSSSSSBSSBBBBBBBBBaSSSS»  "■* ** -  Asbestos and its allied products  Roofing and  Roof Coatings  Pipo Insulations.   Mastic Flooring  73S HASTINGS ST., W.  SEY. 4427  J  DON'T meet trouble half way.   It is  capable of making the entire journey.  Limited  The Tailors  You Should  625 PenderSteW.  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S3.and 64;  GX)ING TO THE DICKENS  Some architects are clever at making foundations, and some architects  at building on 'em when they're  made.—"Martin Chuzzlewit"  BY  A^SPPLYuNG  and -publishing all available  building  news   every  other.]  .day for a, period .often years  the -  i British Columbia  Record  ['has become a recognized factor' in connection .with the  business j).lans .and progress  of British Columbia.  You will sappreciate this  fact if, you but read its columns. Phone Seymour 7.80.8  and,let us list you as a regular subscriber.  Seymour 7808  NEW   INDUSTRY  «& 'v'!»i*as|B^ plaob^ils  i* j*ja*K,w."'"irf',.ftt»™.H��V/    '*  GURQ HARDENING■■.•LI®Hffi>.  r'NIV^U^iV^^^  Arrests erosion in bricks and M#nry.   Strciigtljens fj^clj ^^^^^or^^ and  Artificial Stone Work: a^aindnps ot Plaster, J^^^^^^.^^ etc.  .  TMPRRMRA WATERPROOFINGMmm  •SSSBSa»B«BBBBBB»SSBSBSBS»»B^SStaSB^ .     .  .^te^pplP'.^^^frt. Mortar, Bricks. Hollow Tiles, Wooden Shingles, etc.  GUROCREXE .  For mixing with concrete mixture.   Renders the finished material waterproof and  almost doubles its tensHe and compressive strength  FijiII Particulars and Iliformatlon,c^ Appllcaljflori  Thf B^. 1M Ltd-  OFFICE: 328 Rogers ISIa^ Phone: Sey. »260 FACTORY FalrvSe^  111 ■ BRITISH COI.UMBIA RECORD  ADKISON 8c DILL  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SPECIALISTS in REINFORCED CONCRETE  325 Howe St Ser.37B8-Bjy.H28R  Artistic Wire & Iron Works  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all Linda *f Wixe Work.  112-10'Dufferin  St.  Fair.   2G4S  ;;-•«.•  PLAIN  OR TAPESTR^  All   Shades   of   Natural   Burn   Red—Immediate   Shipment—Three   Plants  Ask for Quotations and Samples.      i„  GORMAN, CliAWCEY AMD GRINDIiEY,Ltd.  511  DOMINION BLDG. J PHONE:     SEY.   3475  VANCOUVER '•':■■,*       EDMONTON •      CALGARY  BAIN BROS.  Lathing and Plastering Con'tr's  SEY. 838 HIGH. 1108  403 PENDER ST. W.  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors*  836 Howe St. Seymour 1389  S.M. MORRIS & CO., LTD.  GET OUR PRICE ON  " FIRE ESCAPES "  Bay.   1043 2120,-2130   Cedar   St  under Construction  the rox.£ownra tabus shows Btrrxmvas costing  f5,000  ox   ovebj,   obt   which   cobstbtjctiok   is  TJNDSK WAY, OB OB WHICH COBTHACTS HAVE BEEB J&ET BT/T COBSTBUCTIOB HOT YET STAETBD.   EDWARD COX  Qaneral Contractor,  .   .  .   ''        •        -> •••  Cabinet Making Fixtures  Sey. 1163 1285 Pender SLW.  DAVIES CONSTRUCTION CO.  General    Contractor*  Credit Foacier Bldg.   Vaicouver/BX.  DOMINION CONSTRUCTION  Company, Limited  Oeaaral Contractors  509 Richards St.   -    Soy. 8320  r  W.GREENLEES  •    COHTBACTOB  PUe  Driving, * Wharves,  Bridges.  1    " Foundation*, etc  407 Cordova St W. Seymour 1083  THE FOUNDATION CO.,  OF B.C. UM1TED  CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS  StaidarlBauk Bldg.       Sey. 7920  Character      Alterations      Kesidence    Oar,   Plant      Addns.   to  Jjfink      Kesidence    I kesidence      Store   Bldg : .'.,  ttieatre     Agronomy  Barn    Residence       Ke«id<.-nce   .    1 Residence     Residence   Excavation   &   Fill   1 Completing   Residence  ....  Residence    Kehidence    Bank    Residence   ...:   Ftesldenee     High School    HlKh School  '.-.   Residence      Alterations ,   Remodellinc   Kesidence   ..  Addns   to   Bldfjs '...?.   Additions to residence ....  liwollinjr      Kesidence         Kesidence     -   Residence    Dwelling      Dwelling      Remodel, -Building  .-si.  "Warehouse    -  Kemodelllng     Kesidence      Kesidence  -   Residence      Brick' "Bldg   Adda, to Elevator    Store Bldg   Genl.    Repairs      Store   Addns   Horse Staples    Store   Bids -   Pier  r   Residence -   Kesidence    Kesidence    Residence  _.,.....  Residence -   Residence  —  Residence     School      FU-pldencu    Residence  •  Parish Hall    V.'horf .....:   •Mic-rn.  to Store    Residence ._ - -  Residence _...,   !   story  uldg   Dry Dock  -   Residence -   Rt'KidfllCC     Terminal -Improvement.....  Residence  - —  Residence  .'■  Oarage  -   Residence , *.-..-  (Factory .......  -  Rvi-sldenoe  -- -   iteijdflince   —-■■-   I   Ktorv Tile Warehouse  Addition .-.    f!e?'d*noe  -   Dwelling     -   5 Rcs'deticcK   Coal Bunkering Plant    * ,.     «'  HARRISON & LAMOND  Indus trial Engineers  3535  561 Pacific IHi  R. MONCRIEFF  SSS Bisk's BMf..  ■efssowr 4S0S  929 Mail St* Say. 4171  Robertson & Partners Ltd.  Public Worta^on^torT  and Enfjlnaars    ft  Say. 1274     422 Metropulitaa ild.  AND jtJEKIHJWORK  »».    3370 ■•*■   1WP *£  ■,»*• ^^9a3oa Stephens St.  & COLtART  GENERAL   CONTRACTORS  REPAIRS   AND   ALTERATIONS  H. A. WILES  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Alterations,   etc-  1350 Btb Ave. W.       Bayview 2278  .    \ . .  ■! •   i « m****".■ •' '"• ,^—r*iRir-nn '      Cost       $100,000  ,    $78,000   ¥310.000   130.000      * 10,000       $15,000   $13,500      $4 00,000  .V.V-Z"'.'.Vii',o'6o   J14.5U0       $15,500      $10,000     $10,000   $613,000   $28,000      $9,000      $12,000  ..;  $30,000   $20,000   $7,300   $35,347   $175,000      $12,000;  ./.     $5,000  ..... $5,000   $25,000   $1^,000        $S.000   $5,000   $5,000      16,000      $C,000   u   $5,600   $55,000       $50,000   „,   $35,000       $5,000      $6,000       $11,300     $15,000   $10,000    $6,000   $7,500   $12,000   ...j* 4 5,000   $15,000   $4,500,000  .„    $10,000     $G,500      $5,000      $5,500  _    $5,000      $6,000  .......'..... $9.ooc  „    $50,000  .._   $5,000    $10,000      $6,000     $6,600   $S,000     $7,500     $11,200     $14,000    $3,500,000  ..., -..  $7,000     $5,000     $350,000      $12,000     St.OOO  ..„._  ?&,001  .-.   $7,000      S5.tii.ti      $5,000  ,     $7,500   $5,000   „....   $5,500      $5,570       $5,300      $27,000'  GREATER VANCOUVER  Location   Owner  Cordova St David Spencer I/td.  Marine Drive  B. D. Rogers  -false-'.Creek  Vancouver Gas Co.  Cordova  St.-E Bank  of Montreal  •59th  St..  Magee  Mrs. J. W.  Allan  29th •"&  Margaret  St F.   G.   Evans  31S-20 Pender St. E II. F. Tong  800 Block Sey. St...B. C.  Paramount J-.td.  ' point" arey'"..ZZZZZZZZZZZuZ'ot"^."c.  Sorinaught St J. Y. Griffin  Avenue   "D"   Shaughnessy M.   Rector  17th Ave.„....'............V.„..Dr. C. H. Vrooman  Cartier & Qonnaught Dr.......;.Hv J. Perrin  Ballantyne  Pier .....; ...Dom.  Govmt,;  Shaughnessy Heights ..............A. E.. Tulk  4460 Angus Ave.. Mrs. M. C.  Bfealy  Connaught Drive. C.  B. McAllister  Marpole ................Royal  Bank of Canada'  Matthews Ave. & Alex'dra....J. R. Duncan  2327 Colllngwood St...:.............R." H. 'Ward  -South Vancouver....So. Van; School Boar^  Marpole  .....:.....Pt. Grey School Board  •4312 Pine Street "W. McLean  R. C. M. P. Barracks ........Dom. Govrmt.  33S0 Granville St. ....Charles E. Campbell  Falrvicw  University of B. C.  Shaughnessv Heights  E. B. Hamber  1391 27th Aye. W Mrs. F. Elkins  Fairvlew  T. McG Robertson  Fairvlew    '. A.  B.   C  Ltd.  Sirathcona  Place  II.  G.  Wright  G570 Maple St F. 11. Murray  1686 13th Ave. W W. H. Dargavel  Gran. & Robson Sts Royal Bk. of Can.  -Ft.  Gore  Ave   Can.  Fishing Co.  Seymour & Pender ..Toronto Trusts Crp.  1-775  10th Ave.-W .". C. J.  Phillips  15th  Ave.  W. Cosmo   Bruce  33rd & Connaught Dr B. A. Shatford  Seymour at Dunsmuir H. A. Jones  1605 6th Ave. \V _ N. McLennan  Hastings St. E - K   Uyesu^i  Fairfield  Block  „ J.  Rogers  121-5 Pender-E K. H. Long  Fairmont Barracks   5S-60 Hastings St. E....  Ft, -Heatley Ave.^   4S38-Ave. "F"    4176 Selkirk   3909 Heather SL    -6555 Laburnum  Mrs. A, L. Ramage  3S05 37th Ave. Vf  r.C. \Y..Copp  6560 Angus St A. E. Philips  Magee Rd. nr. Granville F. F. Sucklins  Jackson & Pender St. E School Board  6676   Laburnum .A.   J.   Hammond  4587   Ave.  "F" '...Wm. Love  2001—1st Ave.  E St.  Saviour's Church  Hollyburn   Dominion  Gov't  600  Bk. Granville St George Bower  35th  Ave.  W. of   Arbutus Iva Smith  Wolf  Ave.,  Shaughnessy R. W. Sharpe  1 3 000 blk. Gran. St....G. G-. Heather & Co„  Burrard Inlet  _...J. Coughlan & Sons  5»'.30 Blenheim St... G. H. Ferguson  153S  6Sth Ave. W B. H. 'S.  Upper False Creek C. N. Rly.  33rd At.  W. & Gran. Sr. D. Shantz  i1oP2 Maple St Dr. J. N.  Mcl-aren  1790  Angus  Ave It.   Kelly  Ave- A, Shaughnessy C. A. Calkins  wranvllle Island .Pacific Roofing Co , Ltd  3f90  21st Ave. W .Mrs.  Alice Sedore  ]226 26th Ave. W„ M.-W. Chapman  Water fl«. Near Camble....Vanc. Trad. Co.  1726 7th Ave. W^...Alexandra Orphanage  3066  1st A\«e. W.: ...Fred Melton  2514  Cornwall St— G.  E. White  PL Grey- Rd.& Balaclava Fred Melton  Vancouver  „ ~ C. P.  R.   Dom. GovL   Chas. Gross   Dom. Gove   J. "T. Devine  . F. B. Wilson  ...J. Mackay  British Columbia Ceiling  & Roofingi-Oi-tttV'  H.'FRITH'SMITH*.-   MANAGER  8MBI     KMAI,     CONTKACTOIIS     AND     MAWTTyAC-  'TtrU77«fii,'     **EI.T rAKI>' 'OKAVKt.    ROOrKUH.  Talr. 1267 523 7tb Ave. West  McLeod Sheet Metal Works  furnaces* ( Boofingr,    Cornices,    Sky-  llghts   and   General   Sheet  Metal  '.-"■Work' ■,-■':  ....._.. .. .    .... f.   .    .....     .,.,...,    ...  ;Seympur  7177   . "'.4042  Richards  St.  Architect     Contractor   Dominion   Constr.   Co.  Bernard C. Painner....Dominion Const. Co.   .' _  Owners  Honeyman & Curtis Baynes & Horie  Tloneymtm & Curtis A. L. Ramage  H. H. Gillingham  '. S. J- Newitt  Contractor   .". W.   H.  Chow  Thos. Lamb. Torontrj....Dom. Constr. Co.  Townley & Matheson.  Supervis'g Archts.  Sharp & Thompson S. N. McLeod  Mackenzie & Bow  C. F. Robinsom  Mackenzie &■ Bow v Blaclcley & Co.  James A." Benzle.:Rogers- «r-is. &. Sinclair  James A. Benzie-Rogers Bros. & Sinclair   „....;.......;.......Grant   &   McDonald  Bernard C. Palmer.. „...:.J. K.. Sinclair   .........M.  C.  Grlflith  Maclure & Lort .....J. S. Crowell  Gardiner &. Mercer.v.JEiodgson, King & M.  Gardiner & Mercer „..:„Day Labor-  Gillam & Mountatn...„.....Cook &-:Hawkins  Twixell, Birds &. Twize!l...:..Peter Tardiff  Twlzell, Birds' fc^wlzell-.J^.v-.-Owners  „:.._..........:...:....::....:_.G. Churchill & Son  Owners ..........J. W.  Bye,  Townley & Matheson Dixon & Murray  Sharp & Thompson Baynes & Horie  B.  C.   Palmer   T.  L. .Gray   S.   N.   McLeod   Faulds,  McQueen & Pearce   Faulds, McQueen & Pearce  Downing &. Kayll  Owner   _.A.   H.   Cromie       Owner  Gard.   &  Mercer-Hodgson, King & Marble  Owners  -A. W.  Quist  James   A.   Benzie    -        Owner  Bowman  &  Cullerne   Owner   Faulds,   McQueen   & Pearce  Bowman & Cullerne Baynes & Horie   .".  Owner  "Owner     ."-        H." A.  Wiles  Contractor      W.  H.   Chow  Dept.  of Works Robt.  Moncrieff  ._ C. H. Taylor Constr. Co.  Dept.  of Works Xorthern  Constr  Co.   Geo.  Churchill & Son   _;  Owner    Owner     Owner   _ Davies   &   Morrison   _ _   Owner  Townlev'& Matheson Chas. W."Purdy  ._ Day Labor  _ A.   L.  Ramage  Gardner & Mercer I". T.  Sherborne  Contractor   _ F.  W. Mellish  Dept.   of Works....;. William  Greenlees  Gardner  &  Mercer Snider  Bros.  James A.  Benzie  Archibald Rogers  Townley  & Matheson S.   X.  McLeod  .Honeyman & Curtis....C.H.Taylor Con. Co.  Owners  .-i.  Owners   Geo.  Churchill & Son  ( .' i *  F. Bouck  j j -.Pacific Constr.  Co.  j H. H.  Gillingham  Owner   S. X. McLeod   Hodgson,   King  & MTtrble  H'.'H. Gillinsrham - A, Rigg   _ Hartley  &   Co.   _  Ovener   :.'.  Owner  fDalton   &   Eveleigh.  Snider   Rros.  A. E. Henderson..-- _ J. K. Sinclair   _  Fred Melton  _ : Modern  Constr.  Co  Owner   Owner  Owners .Vickers  Contr.   Co.,  Ltd.  J. R. TACEY & SON  HEATING, VENTILATING AND  GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK  550 6th  Ave.  West  Fair  4656  W.BRADSHAW  GRATES TILES and MANTLES  MOSAIC   FLOORS   LAID  JOBBING ATTENDED TO  Phone Eraser 178 X   446 45th Ave. E.  Sey.  824  Sey. 9316 B  ,   824 Sey.   931  R. N. DICER  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  REPAIR   DEPARTMENT1  OPEN DAY AND  NIGHT  1256 Fender St- W.  Vancouver  Sey. 7965 Night Phone Sey. 637,'  W. W. FRASER  Electrical Engineer And  CONTRACTOR  602 Hast. St. "W. Vancouver, B. C.  JENKINS ELECTRICAL  Company, Limited  ELECTRICAL.   CONTRACTORS  Xt-RCTnlCAT.      IX8TAI.I.ATJOVH      OV      ETEIIT  DKSCHJI'TIOX. ELECTRlCAt.    HCFFX.I1.B  Sey. 9512  539 Main Street  Specialist   In   Cement   Work  ED. HUGGINS  FTjAXH    AXD    OSSABETfAt  PX.A8TEBEB  Bay.  2535-B.        3528   Third  Ave.   VT.  VANCOUVER FORGE CO.  United.  FORCINGS  or ALL DESCRIPTIONS  Ft.   Victoria Drive  .     ^Highland  701  Percy F. Letts  Electrical Engineer and Contractor  Blffh-Class   Electrical   Work  and   Fixtures  Bay.   441 3044   Granville  St.  MAIN ELECTRIC  OEBEBAX.   BEFAXBS —ABMATtTBE  WZBSZBO — 8WITCBBOABDS  IB8TAIO.ATIOB8  247 Hastings St., l  Sey. 3156  ^v  GRANVILLE WOOD WORKS  H.   HUTCHINSON,    PROPRIETOR  CABINET MAKERS AND CARPENTERS  BAND SAWING'AND WOOD TURNING  •-"-•-     'GENERAL JOBBING  Sey. '9478 * 735 Kelmcken St.  DOMINION  PHOTO CO.  Commercial Photographers  216 Duncan Bldg       ' Sey. 29€8  f.  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WOR$S ~      ~  I    cos.?ticb.; ssttxiokt. iraiOBn:-  j STACKS.     ACTO WOilSC.  Anything in Sheet"Metal and Roottng.  S. T. Bcarlett. Ms*.  757  Beatty  St.  Sey.  7645   -J  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  ■ask and books—orrzcs  'fixtures  Bandsawlnjr and Turnlns;, etc.  1730  Semlhi   Drive Highhind . 374  */~  OBAND VIS W: SHEET  METATj WORKS,  LIMITED  r«7BirA,C£S. .cobjtxces.   ssrt-  UOKT8 and  OBBSKAX.  fOKBUr a  it** V»akhi St.  Mlftibsi- 442  irTTJENGRAVIflB &  UaLdlCOLORTVPi: &  DESIGNERS V ENGRAVERS  <»<5 BJICHAROS ST. ounMeCEV'TCfll  J.C. RESTON  EZ.ECTKZCAX.   EBOXBEEK  ABD COBTBACTOB  411 HOWE ST.  SEY. 1991  LEEK&CO.LXP  siyniouR ««t  STEAM A HOT WATER HEATING  PIPE BENDING  10SO HOMER STRICT  r*~  ••  SPRAY WHITE  •»  r  Character    Railroad      Plant Extensions «-  IToys -TraininSTSchool   21 -Cottagres' ;.:.....:_—  Keclamation Work _...-...  Boys' - Training   School...  Mil*. Condensory  ....'. -  Rower' Plant - -«-  Schodl .--:.'..----•"• -  Bank  —   Indian .School —  BaM  at. i—..-.- -   Bank  ..'-   c  School      Stock Barn  ;   Bank      Hospital   Athletic Club  ~-r-  School Addn. *...■........ •  2-Storv Tile Wareho.use...  3-Story Shop ..:.....":...'...—••  School  - -  School • ■:  Bank — -   School   ».- •—• -•   School   Addn   School  -   Assembly Hall    Coal Bunkering Plant    Coal Bunkering; Plant ....,  Coal Bunkering Plant ...t  Coal BUnkerlni? Plant ....  Coal Bunkering Plant ....  Coal BurikerlnK Plant .....  cost  :....-! 125,«00   „|140,000  _..,.:...|7 5,000  :..A»r.iso,ooo  _.;_Ia|79'.200  ;.„\..*i^o,ooo   ....Jtsfcooo  ■..:...;- H aooo  ._ $35,000  .„...".,»17 4,600   :,*ivooo   :no,ooo  .....    $102,233   _   $12,000      $36,000   $40,000   $30,000  '. ;..$30,000  ~lC!!$"ib"b'oo      $13,S50  ..„  $24,970  *i:..-. $ii.boo  ...i.: $iib.ooo   $20,000  .....   $15,000  .......... $5,000  Hound House. Mch Shops etc..  Kesidence  ••   Two  Storey  Block    Store  Building    Kestaurant  • ■   Kesidence' Alterations     Residence   Health' Centre   Completing  Store     School' ••••••  Kesidence  - ;  Alterations   Residence    Fiesidcncc   .-   „..$30,000  .. $6U,OdO  ....»29,000  ... $6"0,QOO  ..  J11.&00  ....»iri,ooo  . $46,000  . $23,500  $760,000  .. »K»,4lB  .. $10,000  .... $5,000  ... $5,000  ...   $7,000-  Qulnsam  Kiver Bridge  Fish  Oil Plant"...-. ........  School   Railway Station ............  School  .'■—:;:.........-..——■  Residence    •'••-   Residence .....: "■ —  Garage    —-   .     „$20,000  ..v.-;. .^xjn.ooo-  ..,.: $25,000   ...........$ap.ooo   ::...-...   $27,000  ,.   $10,500  :......<:>7v.:.... ,|5,00'0 J Cquttenay  ii      ' -'  BRITISH COLUMBIA GENERAL.  location  .' > Owaex  Aloerni Xa Great Central l*ke C.P.R.  Mill Creek ...Wha.len Pulp « P.eper Wills  Coqultlam —' :.—.' Prov. Oovmt.  Powell JRlver  Powell River. Co.  Su'mas Lake' ' '. ...J»rov. Gormt.  Coqultlam   „ _ Prov." Govt.  Abbotaford Fraser Valley Milk -Prodis  Alice .'ArmA.- ...Taylor  Knglneerlns; Co.'  Xyon-Valley  No. Vane. School Dist.  Pentlcton  _Bank of. Hamilton  Stuart Lake  —:.Uom. Govmt.  Williams  Lake Can.-Bank of'Com.  West. Summerland ,.„Can.,Bank, of Cora.  Pentlcton   '. School Board  Annacis Island..Annacls Stock Farm Ltd.  Anyox  Can: Bank of Commerce  ..Summerland Hos'p.  Can. Colleries, Ltd.    Prov. Govt.   T. SL Cutler  ...Wallace Shipyards   Prov,   Govmt.   _Proy.. Govmt.   .....Royal Bank   Prov.   Govmt.   Prov., GovnVt  ......  Prov. Govmt.   Robt.   Dollar  Co.   C. P. R.   .....C. P. R.  Summerland  Cumberland   Cumberland    Mission.  B. C   North .Vancouver....  Wood Lake. B. C.  V.anderhoof,  B. ,C...  Langley Prairie   Armstronp   .-...'.   Powell  River   Klmberley   Dollarton      Golden,  B. C   River Creek    Notch Hill & Sicamous..... C. P.  R.  Revelstoke ,....C. P. R-  Albert Canyon  C. P.  R.  BeavGrmouth  C. P.  R.  VICTORIA  Victoria   Can.   Nat'l   Rlwys.  Oak Ray. Victoria  R. W  Gibson  DouRlas St., Vic .Mrs. W. H. Doufc'ar.  DouKlas & Broughton Otto Weiler  Oriental   Alley ..iHons -Tonp  Oraitfdarroch .: ..J.  W.  Spencer  StvMCharles  St.......... ........:H.  F.  Bullen  Royiil;Ortk  CSaanich)....Corp.- of Saanlch  Flsfruard St .....Hudson's .Bay Co.  IClnKS Road  ...School Board  Oak Bay ■: , i.E.   B.  Haisall  Falrneld  Block Royal  Bank  Wellington   Ave O.   Sommors  Beach Drive  ....Col.  C.  C.  Bennett  VANCOUVER ISLAND  Near Campbell River .....Prov. Govmt  Nanaimo  - J. B. Jardine  Courtonay  ..........."; .......;....Prov.  Govmt.  Nanaimo ;..' ..B. & N. Railway  North Cedar  Prov. Govt.  Parksvllle, V. I .......M.  P. Beattie  Gordon   Head Campbell   Patterson  ......;;-.;..ClllTord A. Cameron  Architect : .Coatraetor   >...:  Foundation * Co.  Owners- .-. .'.Hodgson,  Kinr 4V Marble  Pub.^Wks. Dept; Robertson A Partners  Owners ._ „ Leonard C. Stevens  -•Pror.-, Oovmt r.—...--Marsh., Bourne •■ Co.  Pub. Wks. Dept Robertson & Partners  ..:._^^:......^. :.:;: ^...'^loeai; 4k: Harrison      _..'.....„W.- V." Hunt  Blaekadder-A- Mackay Baynes & Horie  A. D.-Acheson ..." ...: .-.R. N. Wyatt  Dept. of. Indian Affairs—Robt. Moncrieff  Wm. Fredk. Gardiner „..„..Tho9. Wyley  Wm. Fred'k Gardiner- Thos. Harvey  Bell fc, Curtis .:.........:.!.- M. A. Clark  Wm. Fredk. Gardner....Sloan & Harrison  Wm. Fredk Gardner-Foundation Co.. B.C.      H. .W. Harvey  - _.... _ H. P. -Peterson Co.  Dept of Works K. J. Ryan Constr. Co.  A. .B.   Henderson .-.-„.:.— Owner  Owners  .-. ~- •. ^Owners  Dept.   of .Wks. F.   B.   Rogers  Dept." of < Works..-. Thomas  Carson  Gardiner £ Mercer aH.^P. Leek  Dept   of Works - H. J. Davies  Public Wks.  Dept Thomas Carson  Dept.- of Works.... F. P. Rogers  Townley .&. Matheson.... Rodger Bros.'  Owners  ...T. H. Summons, Winnipeg  Owners Nlckson  Construction  Co.  Owners..... ._ -W. D. Grant  Owners Simmons & Eby  Owners  J. Forsyth & Co.  Owners  Sidney E. Junkens Co.  Owners  i Rohertson & Partners  Maclure   &   Lort ...Robt.   Moncrieff  Percy  Fox. ...A.  Lockley. Esquimau  Percy  Fox Luney Bros.  C.  Blwood Watklns   PartHt Bros.  Percy Fox. .' Harry iCatteraJl  P.  L.  James P.  McKechnie  K.  B.  Spurgin Williams.  Trerlso & Will  Blrk,  Horwbod Carter.   Hall  &  Aldlriger  K. B.   Spurgin. Parfitt  Bros.  Maclure & Lort .Wood.  Foyster Constr.   : D.   W.   Burnett  r Owner   A.   McCrlmmon  S.  Maclure   Smith &  Shaw  Public Wks. Dept. Robert Moncrieff  Wm. Fred'k Gardiner Day Labor  Public   Works   Dept Robt.   Moncrieff  Owners .George Wilson  Pub. Wks. Dept.......E. J. Ryan Contr. Co.  Maclure & Lort  Mr. Vestaunet   ......:........Wood, Foyster Constr. Co.   A. C.  Ralphs  YOUR PRINTING  SHOULD." BE  A; 100%  Advertising Medium.  WE CA^-MAKE, JTJ30  THE VETERAN PRESS  A. HAZELDINE  PRINTING   CO.  PBoaaBey. SIS SIS.Vender W.  Valntlnr and  Xrfihe  Spraying- Machines for Interior' tt Exterior Work  F.L. CUMMINGS  AND COMPANY  446" Homer St."      \     ■ '  Sey. 550?  '      ■    '■     f   '■  H.O.Rees I W.UKmse  The Bete Sfiopf  electrIc   suppues  WIRING (and REPAIRS  12 RastiRis St I  Sey. 1224  &  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  t\  FOR  QRNERAL  BUILDING  CONSTRUCTION  ALTERATIONS  OR '  REPAIRS  CONSULT  E.J. RYAN  CONTRACTING CO., LTD.  Telephone* Seymonr S68S-8SSS  Suite 5, ratrfleld Bldr^ 445 Oran. St.  Telephone? Sey. 6191.61M  NORTHWEST LIME CO.  We carry a large stock of  "NORTHWEST. LIME" manufactured in Victoria and which we are  prepared to furnish Building Contractorsi and, Plaste'rerB at Jowest  prevailing prices.  804 Standard Bank Building*  PUN9FACT0RW6 COMPANY  Makers of  ***** u*gfaSxF™>'*am' "^  8witches designed and. built for any  * special work.  Xadsstrtal ZslaaS     Vaaeeavar,"». O.  Office:   Sey. 7075      Res.: Fair. 212IL  J.H. Healey   ;  VaneovTe*. B Oy,  E. CHRYSTAL  & Company Ltd.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Manufacturers of  SASH and DOORS,  MILL WORK, STORE  & OFFICE FIXTURES  Office and Factory  188 Georgia ST., E.     Seymour 8551  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  Orpheum Cafe  an Ideal meeting place for the Luncheon Hour. The Best of Everything,  Prompt Service, Moderate Charges.  Seating capacity 250.  762 Granville Street  Opposite Orphean Theatre  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor and Chof  Fairvlew Sand  & Gravel Co.,  Limited  GRAVE!  r'V, PI|OM^DEy^ERYr;  GranviliB Islt yScy. 8751 »   f*Ul*l» IfAbT   >~  'r"^^r',"*,  ,.,J>.   ~. ,       »-   L  BRITISH COLUMBIA RBOORD  /-'  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING & HEATING  International  ^Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver P. C.  FRASER RIVER  PILE  DRIVING  Co., Limited  P. A. Jones, Mgr.  WHARF BUILDING, BRIDGES,  PILE  FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  Owners   of   Tugr   "CliTe"  General Towing?  324   FRONT   ST.  NEW WESTMINSTER  TELEPHONE 1015  | BUILDJ  LM  i rt  it  UVU1  b   Al\  /LU  U1N  Nninhar               ^    T>eBcrlT>tlOn  Cost   Street Address  T*ot and Block  Subdivision  Architect  -,«,.,.„        r^ ._.    ,,,                                                               «Q  KM)  1045  10th Ave.  W   15—335  i  *        ••  Contractor  Address  M.  E. Wing  Owner  Address  M. E.  Wing  Fair, Robinson & Bird Limited  Designers and  Manufacturers of  HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  •'RADIANT  LIGHTS"  '>or Commercial Lighting  346  Howe Street  Phone Sey.  3312  B.C. CONSTRUCTION NEWS  LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL BUILDING; TENDERS   WANTED,   BRIDGES,   HIGHWAYS   ETC.  Walter Murray  Ernie Murray  Murray Bros., Ltd.  PLUMBING and HEATING  CONTRACTORS  {  137 Powell St.  8BTMOUB 8614  " I '  Vancouver. B. C  E.A.BAILEY  t »    '-.       ; -      - ^.     • -  Plumbing  .  and t  Steamfittlng  1027 How* St.   \  Vancouver. B. O.  ••ban* Say. 13S  Res. Bay. 77  ,V-  B. A. Sommerville  E. fi. Elliott  Central Sheet  Metal, Works  plumbing  Heating  ventilating  fey. 620  VANCOUVER PERMTS  12GG1—Yorkshire Canadian Trust,  repairs, 160 Cordova W.f $200; I. C.  Jones, 666 12th Ave. W„ Contr.  12662—Yorkshire Canadian Trust,  repairs, 122 Hastings E., $150; I. C.  Jones, Contr.  12663—Morton Estate, reparis, 1813  Morton" Ave., $320; I. C. Jones. Contr.  12664—White Lunch, Ltd., partition,  SOS  Granville  St.;   $100;  12665—H. Singh, addition, 1750 3rd  Ave: W.;  $250.  12666—Mrs. Hamanaka, alterations,  300 Powell St.; $100.  12667—W.    Manson,    garage,    3049  Hemlock   St.,   $200;   J.  Wollam,  2430.  Columbia St, Contr.  12668—Hope & Farmer, store front,  148 Hastings' B., $100; Stewart & Col  tart, 355 50th Ave. E., Contr.  A.-H. Mitchell  B. J. Mitchell  A. H. MITCHELL  AND COMPANY  Plumbing - Heating  Sheet  Metal  GET OUR PRICES FIRST  564 Richards St.  Sey. 1781  (Continued on   Page 2)  560 Cambie St.,  J  I  DIXON & MURRAY  -   MANUFACTURERS OF.  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  art STORE FITTINGS  CINEFAL CA1PEHTER WORK  PJUNTINGfMFESiHkNG-  WS lid KALSOMWIMG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  ber of new students which will enroll  next February and during the coming  year. '  A summary oi! Inspector Gordon's  report shows that he recommends five  new. school buildings with. 48 class  rooms at an estimated cost of .$576,000,  furniture -and " equipment .,for these  buildings to cost $100,000 and'the addition of 44 class rooms % to _ existing  school buildings a£.an estimated cost  of $440,000. , In addition to these he'  recommends the purchase of four-new  school sites at*'a cost of $130,000.   .  In support'of his contentions that  city schools are very much overcrowded today, Inspector Gordon points out  that at present there are" 78 classes  with an enrolment of from 45 to 50,  while there are 24 classes which have  an .enrolment of more than fifty. It  is a well known and generally conceded fact that thirty is the maximum  which any teacher can impart tuition  to in ^ a proper manner. Classes are  city schools, there being at least a  being held in basements and attics of  score of rooms in use that, are unsuitable for the purpose.  W.A. BROWN  LIMITED  PLUMBERS  213 Powell St.  Sey.. 770  The Canada Shingle Co.,Ltd.  Manufacturers of British. Columbia  RED   CEDAR  SHINGLES  Price* Bight.   We Ship Anywhere.  Good Grades well maintained.  Write Us: Phone Us:  P.  O.  Box 312 Highland 844  Mills foot of Wall .St. •"  Vancouver, B.C. *  CORDAGE PLANT OPENS.  NEW WESTMINSTER (Special).—  The JB. C. Cordage plant at Sapperton,  the establishment of which is clainted  as one of (the greatest achievements  of the department of industries of the  provincial govrnmerit, wil be opened  and will start operations today. The  plant will*employ sixty men, all returned 'soldiers.  DREDGE STARTS  WORK  ON  TEN   MILES   OF   DITCHING  ' RICHMOND.—The dredge has arrived at the mouth of the Bath1 Slough,  close to Fraser bridge, to begin its  ten miles of clearing and cutting along  the canals in the Lulu Island Dram-  age District.  The work will be under the superintendence of Mr. A. fluff of the Delta  council.    .   - J  PBIHCX BUPEBT COUBT BOUSB.  VOTXCB TO  COBTBACTOBS.  Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tender  for Prince Rupert Court House and  Heating Prince Rupert Court House,"  will be received by the Honorable the  Minister of Public Works up to 12  o'clock noon of Thursday, the 25th day  of November, 1920, for She erection and  completion of a Court House at Prince  Rupert and the heating arrangements  In connection therewith. In the Prince  Rupert Electoral District, B. C. .  • Plans and specifications, contract and  forms of--tender may be seen on and  after the -4th day of NTovernber, 1920,- at  the offlce of -J. Mahony, Esq., Government Agent. Court House, Vancouver;  J. H. McMullin, Ksq., Government  Agent, Court-House. Prince-Rupert: or  the Department of Public Works, Victoria. B. C. *  The lowest  or any  tender' not necessarily accepted.  A.  E.  FOREMAN,  ' Public. Works Englneer.-  PublJe Works Department,  Victoria. B. C. October 26. 1920.  "V-N  SIDNEY ROOFING  AND PAPER CO., LTD  Manufacturers of  Ready Roofing. Building Papers.  Dry   and   Saturated Felts,  Barbados Roofing Paint  • •  VICTORIA. B.C.  " NEVER LEAK " Asphalt Roof Products  Ready Roof Ins -Roof Gum - Roof  Coating - Lap Cement  Saturated Felt  PACIFIC  ROOFING  CO., Limited  MANUFACTURERS  Seymour-lies , Industrial ■•land Vancouver. B.C.  botxce to cobtbactobb  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender ,-for Dry  Dock at Esquimau. British Columbia."  will be received at this offlce until 12  o'clock noon. Thursday, Dec. .9. 1920, for  the construction of a Dry Dock at Esquimau,   British   Columbia.  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification and forms of tender obtained at this Department, at the  offices of the District Ensineers at Victoria, B. C: Equity Building, Toronto,  Ont.; Shaughnessy 'Building, Montreal,  P.Q . and at the Post Offlce, Vancouver,  Campbell & Grill  SatabUsked IMS    '  Roof ins Contractors  atZTAXi VTjroows^-rms JDOOBS-~san>Kz-STACxs—sov.  PUBBACB—TEHTIZ.ATIKO   PASTS—Brow'   WWBQ--  ■XYUOET1—OBSTSBAX JOBBXBO ■■L  XS38 Seymour St.  ▼amoouTsr, B. O.  Seymour SMl  B.   C.  London & British North  America Co: Limited.  ALL   CLASHES   OF 'INSURANCE  WRITTEN  WE BEFBESEHT  NORTH  BRITISH  &  MERCANtlLE'FIRE  INSURANCE  HARTFORD   FIRE   INSURANCE  n  626 Pender St. West  Sey. 6836  ;-»V3'/. IV  Too Much"  "Deadweight"  is added 'to youf-selling expenses  by your travellers' wasted calls.  Reduce this ./burden,.,,.. ■ JVIacLean  * Daily Reports -wiJJgiyeycai, every  day, clean-cut,, reliable,.reports—  fully verified—on contracts'' for  Building & Engineering  work being let that should mean  thousands of , dollars >; in • your  bank account every year..; They  will enable your., travellers to  concentrate on live prospects.  Dominion-wide, accurate'service  —real definite news. MacDean.  Daily Reports will mean many  more- orders for you at much  lower expense.  '   Write for full information.;-  2ttacliean Daily 7Btmoiit9iX>imiie&.  212 Winch Bldg-., yaJoeomrer, B.C. ,  Telephone—Seymour- »013. '  POINT   GREY  PERMITS  31C4—Pacific Meat Co." Ltd., Marpole;'Addn., $100; Own., Contr.  3105—Board of School Trustees,  Marpole; School, $700; Owner, Contr.  3166—Board of School Trustees,  Marpole;   school;   $170,00;   Owner.Ctr.  THREE   TENDERS   IN   FOR  BRIDGE SUB-STRUCTURE  VICTORIA (Special).—When tenders closed at noon'last Monday at  Victoria, three tenders had been submitted for the construction of "the substructure and piers of the new Johnson Street bridge. The tenders were  later opened by the city council and  referred to a special bridge committee  which will work with City Engineer FY  M. Preston in tabulating'the tenders'  and bringing in a xec'ornrnen.datiori to  the city coundil in'about a'; week. It  is'expected the award of the1 contract  will be made In' about a fortnight,  ^.he personnel of the three-■firms.tendering ha3 not been announced so; far.  FAULDS MCQUEEN &  PEARCE, LTD.  GENERAL  CONTRACTORS  We Specialize In  HOUSES & BUNGALOWS  GET OUR FIGURE  BEFORE YOU BUILD  Sey. 165 626 Hastings St. W.  Cornish & Cooper  SASH and DOORS  KXOK   OBADE   JOXBEBT      '  245 Dnfferw St.  "W.      Palrmont 963  WRIGHT BROS.  - BUILDERS «  SEY. 3315       511 DUNSMUIR ST.  INLAY HARDWOOD FLOOR  COMPANY  J. DitneeoN, MamXoim  ..  FLOORS LAID AND. OLD FLOORS REriMISHKo'  029 Ponder St. W. -Sey. 9201  Bee, Phone: Worth Van. 848  Pipe for Gas  Keep House Warm  Keep the HouseWarm  Keep Basement Clean  Buy Pure Heat  Abolish Waste  Pay  for just  what  You Use  Vancouver Gas Co.  Phone Seymour 5000  425 Carrall 1138 Granville  Tenders will not.,-he considered unless made on printed forms supplied by  the Department and in accordartce with  conditions" contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted chcciue on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to five per cent, of  the amount of the tender. "War Loan  Bonds of the Dominion wHI also be accepted as security or "War Bonds and  cheques if required to make up_ an odd  amount.  Note.—Blue'prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an, accepted bank cheque for the sum of $50,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, which will be returned  if the intending bidder submit a regular  bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS.  - Secretary.  * Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  Sept.  14, 1920.  Classified Advertising:  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  Factories,      Houses     and  Oarages   Repaired.     General  . Carpenter   and   Construction   Work.  ' JOHB  V.  XOBJUB  Sey. S418  Sey. 031 Zrenlnr*       1758 Bobaon St.  KEYSTONE  ROOFING  la  j£j*jgJL_Colngttbla   Prodnct  **£»L*oMgJ*f. own with any roof.  ■amg  tna-'deeiyed   ««   m»t  the  seed.  8ales Agents- ■  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.  PILING and POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length — any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO., LTD.  1021-1024 Rosar* Building Ssymoiir 3998-3999  -y  MARTIN - SENOUR  100% PURE PAINT  COSTS LESS PER JOB THAN ANY ITHER PAINT ON THE MARKET AND LASTS LONGER  •aa Tha Quaranta* On Tha Can  VANCOUVER FACTORY:   1505 POWELL STREET  MACHINERY  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails/cars, machinery of all  kinds.  B-ATXOBATj  atACKXHZBT  CO,  925 Slain St,V Sey. 60S  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   BoUKht  and   Sold.  ,    B. C. EQUEPMEWT CO., LTD,  Bank of Ottawa "Bldg. Sey. 9040  RED CEDAR  SHINGLES  "WE MAOTXrACTTJRE   All     ,  OBADSS  Delivered   by   our   BSetor   Trucks  right on tne job anywhere or  in  carload  lota.  UNION CEDAR MILLS Ltd  NORTH   VAMCOUVEE  Phone North Vanoonver 885    ,  GURNET HEATMG EQ  For Steam, Hot Water or Warm Air, Will Be Found Most Reliable And  (Especially so When Installed by Competent Engineers.  566 Beatty St THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., Limited  ■■ •__ i t-'ii       V '■'      i.ii'ii   '   . .     ii    i       "—   "-"" "'       '"        '     —riii iitiTt'rpjTTTn".   ;;■"■'-"^",——"—****•"  T  Seymeor 7596  GILLEY BROS., Limited  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK    -   SAND   -   GRAVEL  ALL   KINDS   Or   DJUILDING   MATERIAL  902 Columbia Street West  Phone 15 and 16 New Westminster, B.C.  GALVANIZING  BAR IRON - SHIP IRONWORK - BOLTS -NUTS  IRON and STEEL CASTINGS - FIRE ESCAPES  PIPE and FITTINGS- POLE LINE HARDWARE  WB  OAtVANIZE EVEBYTKINO BY HOT PHOCE88  IRON and GALVANIZING  WORKS  Office and Works, 225-5th W. Vancouver, B. C.  T. WATT  Fairmont 871  •j  Brown, Fraser & Cov Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.f LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155/ " 1 ISO Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  M  m  i m  ■■aa**  m  %  m  i  :*4  m  m  i  1  m  m  m  ■■r'j4'  W

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