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 ■ <:!-~^-+--:'x«Y-iy,j:,L^  'J-yi-;iCv^!l!'S\'r'r^rtt^f^^'::^--iy'-  ••!*sy:.iiSY-^'-*i'-'-f- t'.v..-1 > «... ■■  *"-""■■['■■f^Y-Y-   '■'-:'■      -'■ Ti"^-;''..'.. ;^,'-;r''.o;'.;,).,;,'.;i::.',-.--.::^  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  Mfb,     1        M       •* *  'Iff*,   —-                    , —     ',    . — \.'/, -        1'   ■ ►! M .,{■/ <\ :ti-  --r - -'-'•'     <Ky~y      .'i-m)    )  A PITBLXCATZOaT DEVOTED -SO OBBEBAL STEWS. BVZLBZBT O.' CQBTBACTOM'f. EKCHBEEBIBO, PBOVIBCIAL,  CITT ABO  . . _         ■  -■■- — ■■    ■-     ■   ■- .■..-—-.■■. ■    . ■   ... ■—■ ■+-■■■    'ii ——.—,.,..... , —.,     .,.—   , ,     . ■ ■ ■  VOL. XIX. No. 46*  Published Moe4»y .  Wednesday and'Friaar  VANCOUVER. B.&- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1,1920.  684 Pander Street., West  FBlOtt—Per Tssar in itdnaea  Fax Hoath" ■■----  SOLIGNUM  Wood Preservative and Stain :-.■ T   .  Recommended for a,ll  woodwork, inside and outage.    It  does not  evaporate,-)lke ordinary stains, and ua. a result goes further.  '    Dressea lumber, 1 gallon covers 400 square feet.  Undressed lumber, 1 gallon covers 250 square feet.  Shingles, 1 gallon brushed on, covers 150 to 175 square feet.  Shingles  dipped 8 to 9 inches, 1& gallons to 1000 shingles.  Wm. N. O'NEIL Co., Limited  On New Mdtess; S30 HO WE ST. Sey. 479S - 4796  PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS, Limited  ROOFING CONTRACTORS  BTETAL WHBOVI  • nn boobs  „ »nunn  VOBBXBO  B£OW FXVZBO  SMOKE STACKS  r, /   I      -       '  ' Granville Is.  Seymour 2172  - CONTRACTORS -  When The Specifications Call For A Part  ' Y '     , ' ' I *- *'  Phone or write for *t »   ,  Canadian "SIROCCO" Prices  TAYLOR ENGINEERING COMPANY, Limited  DCSM2NINC AND MICTIMO ENGINEERS  Credit Foncier Birilding  )<■:  Telephone' Seymour  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  Ft.ofColumbia av  Cleyburn Firebrick,  Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed   -  ,   , .„, Brick, etc.  Elk Brand Cement, Reinforced  Steel, Nydrated  Lime, etc.  MANTEL BRICK  '[ I.N STOCK    '  PUBB    WHITE— CBEAlf—PBEBCH  OBEY—BUW-BXB—BED  OBIEHTAX^-BtrPP   OBIEWTAL  SpscUl Bricks mads to order.  POLYCHROME CEMENT  Brick & Tile Co., Ltd.  OSes: aiSDuneea Bids,     Ssy. 85S0  Works: Qwurrllls Island     B.T.,- 8I«  Home Refrigeration  without ice  Install s, ,  "JACK FROSTS  ELECTRICAL  HEFRIOKKATOB   IN  YOUR   NEW   HOME *  "   Hade In   Canada  Jamieson Engineering  Company  Phone  Sey.< ISIS London  Bldg.  PAVING CONTRACTORS  HARD HIT BY WEATHER, ARE  RUSHING ALL JOBS NOW  : During the last six 'weeks no body  of contractors have been harder hit  than those engaged in the various important road-building undertakings, es-  pecially, in the delta, districts of the  Fraser-Valley. The almost continual  rain.wb.ich has marked- this; j>eriod of  abnormal weather, when those engaged in outside work,can usually de-  'pend on fairly dry conditions, has  transformed the sub-gradea . in many  places into puddle holes which has  made the transport of materials a  very costly, proceeding, if not' a near-  impossibility in some cases. Several  instances are reported by leading contractors where the cost of transporting material has jumped over 300 per  cent.  ' c  Progress has also been delayed by  (Continued  on   Page t)'  HUNTER - HENDERSON  PAINT  Company. Limited '* if '  Architectural Paints and Varnishes  642 GRANVILLE ST. SEYMOUR 6110  AWARDS CONTRACT  FOR $9,100 HOME  Frederick   Sherborne   To   Erect   Fine  Dwelling Designed By Gardiner  A Mercer.  From among a number of close bids  submitted on the Job, Architects Gardiner & Mercer, 827 Birks building, have  awarded the contract to Mr. Frederick  Sherborne, 74 Fifty-fifth Avenue west,  for the erection of a handsome home  for Mr. William Love in the ultra-  fashionable Shaughnessy Heights section.  The new residence will be two  stories in height and will cost in the  ■■.. Y,.f. , .  Etc  j- ,.=&-  Lumber  Veneer    Panels,  „ BBBsa"»a^sBj ^^^ ajiy a, ■■ j.        Is* - f •„-"■*'. *_ »^.       .^ m.  Our Stook fa taw Stoat Complete en ths^aetflc Coaa*  DO YOU NEED AMY FIR PANELS  We Have a tarsjo Stack of Sanded One Side  J. FYFE SMITH GO. LIMITED  1320RICHARDS ST. SCT.. 8198   . MSCOU.YfR, I.C,  INVITE SUB-TRADES  FOR BANK AT ANYOX  Foundation Company of B. C. To Call  For Sub-Contracts on $35,000  • Structure.  Having completed their arrangements for supply of material for the  general contract recently awarded  them for the erection ot a* three-story  brick and concrete bank building for  the Canadian Bank of Commerce at  Anyox, the Foundation Company of B.  neighborhood of $9,100.   It is to be of Jc f  Standard  Bank  Building,  will  be  frame and stucco construction, with a  TENDERS; ALL TOO HIGH;  FOR VICTORIA SCHOOL;  ARE ORDERED RETURNED  VICTORIAt^iSp'ecial)"—^A"' complete  revision of * the'" plans for the King's  Road school'has been* ordered bjrthe  school board in an effdrt'to-reduce the  cost'of that structure-'so that' it'may  be built within the aprbpriation. - This  was decided on "at a meeting' of the  board Monday night when it was found  that all the tenders submitted-by1 several contractors'for both'frame and  brick types of construction - were "'so  much higher than the1 board's estimates that it was useless to consider these  bids. ,  The lowest tender received by the  School Board for the four-room wooden building amounted to $22,000.   The'  MUNDY, ROWLAND & CO.  ELECTRICAL £NGIK££BS  CONTRACTORS  Power, Installations,  General   "    ' '   "  Electrical   ConstructJosj'  TIME Sn»Kt 194 -V  Sta^ii Bas Beast  ' itatifni - imavu  full concrete basement, and will have  hardwood floors, hot water heating  and other up to date' conveniences.  Work is to be started by the contractor at once with a view to getting the  walls and roof up before wet weather  -eats in...- ,  - \ ( s." A  CHAMPION & WHITE  Get Our Price On  BUILDING  MATERIALS   '  ^^^aaaBalBBaB*aBBSSBBBBWBBSBjasBasBsa«IB>sa  " Robin Hood Boilers and Radiation  .•rrH)  Sevrrwur 3570  10S3  Main St.  VICTORIA ASKS BID ON  500 NEW GARBAGE CANS  Victoria (Special)—City Purchasing  Agent James L.'.Raymur of Victoria,  is inviting tenders on the supply of 500  new garbage cans for the city. , Bids  will be received up to 4 o'clock next  Monday, October 4. The can, bodies  must be the same as a sample which  can be seen at the office of the city  purchasing agent.  (Continued on  Page 4)  London & British Noris  America Co. tiuita  -   ■!, .....     !        1        i       ■..'IjjJl-g.       i-i-i   I r_  ALL' CLASSES   OF   fNSURANOSt  . . WRITTEN       , X  NORTH BRITISH A  MERCANTILE FWE INSURANCE  . _...„. _,.^, r Company.^.^—*»«..,-^'*1  HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE:  ;."■*•-:      - , Company.;,   .  *,_<..  ^  ',  eaa TonAmt St. Wsajt Ssy. eaaS  /  T. A. WALSH & Co., Ltd.  Machinery  and  Supplies  - B.C. Distributers For   —————  ACME SHINGLE BANDS, BOX STRAPPING, CORRUGATED FASTENERS  MONOGRSJM OILS & GREASES  YELLOW STRAND WIRE ROPE  858 - SO Camble St.  Sey: 4738 • 4739  J. A,'FLETT Limited  Corbin Lock and Building Hardware  SPORTING GOODS DEALERS  339 HASTINGS ST. W. SEYMOUR 2327  calling for tenders on the various sub-  trades next week. These'~ latter will  include the plumbing, heating, electrical work and installation of modern  banking fixtures. Due notice of the  various- -sub-trades on. which figures  wiir'l>e asked wfll appear in these columns.  Mr.   G.   T.  Fox   of  the   Foundation/  Company,   left   yesterday   for  Anyox |  where he will personally supervise' the  start of operations on the general coo-  tract.  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC  'T«OB"''*  Bollsr Bssxfnsr Drills—Closs Qnsrtsr' Mstoa Air Brills—BlvsttiacBsji  ^^rMrrlrr tamm^Wood Borers—Turttas ssd Elsctric Drills  SOtfh. Spssd StoSl—i  OOMTXBTB STOCK OT AOCBSSO!  •to.  U44  Vhoas s*y. axes  T.".ffir  & CO.   ESTABUSHED 1898     ?; ,    -.  .WHOLESALE AND;RETAIL DEALERS IN  SAND, GRAVEL. BRICK LIME. AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  PROMPT DELIVERY,  1051 flbttn St. " ' «'^»»lspbon» Ssymoar 128  JARVIS   ELECTRIC   CO.   TO  INSTAL  BURGAL  ALARM  The Jarvis Electric Co.. I-td., have  been   awarded   the   contract   for   the  electrical    installation   in  the    Royal  Bank,    Robson  and    Granville street  branch,   which"   is   being   entirely   remodelled and enlarged under the supervision  of ^Iessrs. Gardiner  &  Mercer, architects.   The ^Humiliation, burglar alarm and telephone system will ,  be entirely modern and several feat-1  ures will be included, which will make '  this office a model in up-to-date elec  trical equipment.  INVITES TENDERS FOR  NEW WHARF AT ALICE ARM  Sir. R. C. Desrochers, secretary of  the federal public works department,  is calling'for tenders^ on the construction of a,wharf at Alice Arm in the  Skeena district. Tenders for the wharf  will close at noon of Tuesday, October"  26. Plans,>. specifications ancl form of  contract can be seen at the office of  the district engineer at Prince Rupert,  and at the post offices in Vancouver  and Alice Arm. Each tender must be  accompanied by the usual check for  ten per cent, of the amount of the  contract. Official notice of tender appears elsewhere in these columns.  [ Structural Steel For Every Purpose  SXA2ES, CHAJTJIX1S, ABOttES, TIaATBS, TBBS. COX.  COBKFUBTKXaY EQUIPPED PABBICATTBt? SXOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COY, Ltd.  rftlnaoat 03M sand 8397  ▼aVMOnWi i  r~  Philpbt-Macdonald Co., Limited.  Electrical Engineers  T.   B   PBH.POT B.BAODOHAI.D;  '"■    CONSULTING - INSTALLATIONS - POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION  DESIGNING - SHOP WORK  Phone":-   Fair. 3823  1S73 Main St.  Estimates Olvon  Seymour 7200  BUILDER'S SUPPLIES  WE CABBY A COMPLETE X.IWE Or  FINISHING HARDWARE -CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLIES  Wovaloid -RoofiBsg.  WOOD. VALLANCE,& LEGGAT, L8fv1gTED  ■Wholesdlo E:«fivy anfl Sliolf Hardwnro  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  -J  r"  \,  '?  if!  MANTJFACETTREKS  OP.  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  •If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE  Al  REASONABLE PRICES  CaU ana boo ns, or phono.  South End of Connaught Bridge  Phone Fair. 918-919  Vancouver, B. C  ~J v.  BIDS CLOSE TODAY  ON  MILLION   DOLLAR   LOAN  Victoria (Special).—Tenders for the  loan of one million, dollars, to.'the provincial government will be opened _ at  noon today by Hon. John Hart, Minister of Finance for B. C.   It is .known  that   a  considerable   number   of  prominent bond houses and leading bro-j  kerage firms have put in bids for this!  loan, but it is not expected that any J  of them will be much  under six peri  cent. i  '■ The proceeds of this loan are to be;  used for the prosecution of active con-i  stmotion on tho Pacific Great Eastern ;  Railway, It is estimated by the gov-;  eminent engineers that this million;  together with tlie throe, millions al-:  ready borrowed, will complete the line  to Fort George. This loan will com-:  plete the financial provision of four,'  millions voted bv the .legislature at;  its   last session,  for  the  construction!  of the P.'G. E. i  . .        .    ,  ROYAL  BANK  BUYS SITE  FOR LADYSMITH BRANCH  Ladysmith (Special).'—As a preliminary to the erection of a handsome  building tiiat will afpord 'increasted  banking facilities for this, town, the  Royal Bank of Canada has purchased  one,of the best building sites in the  business district. The property in  question is located at the corner of  Gatacre street and, First avenue, and  was owned by the heirs of the late  Colin Campbell until this deal was put  through by the bank. It was the site  some eight years ago of a good-sized  building occupied on the ground floor  by the Walters & Aikenhead stores  and above as a Masonic Temple, but  a lire destroyed this building and the  site has been vacant ever since.  tt'^is understood that the bank management intends to have plans prepared shortly for the erection of a  new branch bank that will be a credit  to the town.  DOMINION BRICK  O. BfcBrlds A; Co*  Por sal* tor  <  Champion & WMts: Evans. Colsouta. A Evans. X>td.: Tfcos.  and the Bltchle Contracting ft Supply Co., ltd.  Also by CMller Bros, Hew Westminster. Tne Eburne Sand ft Orsrsl Ca*  Etrants, and the Or*** Wsst Band ft OraVel Co.. North Vancouver.  GABRIOLA SHALE PRODUCTS  LIMITED  Head   Office  102 Moody   Block  VICTORIA, B.C.  BALFOUR, GUTHRIE ci CO.  BEXBFOBCnaO STEEIi:—-  Large stocks of Mild Steel Bars. "We cut to length.   Cold Twist and Ben4  ...    Bars to details. . _v  BOIITS^—  Drift Bolts  Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts. Cast Iron "Washers. We are prepared  to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on-short notice.  MERCHANT IRON  AND STEEL BARS  POBTXJaJTD  CEMENT — IIME  — SCOTCH  PIBE  BBICK — TIBE  CXaAT  OliPHIM  rOXTNDKY  TA.CVSGS — COKE  —SEA  COAI,  PIO EBON — BI.ACKS3UITH COAIi — MAWII.A BOPE  103 WXtfCH BXXI.D.  PBXVATE  EX.  SEY.  9197  r-  WE   CAJST  MAKE   IMMEDIATE   DE2HVEBY  OP  - BRICK -  Just  Received  100,000,  and  More  Following  Also See us For  SAND,   GRAVEL.   CEMENT,   FIBRE   PLASTER,   LIME  OTHER   BUILDING   MATERIAL  AND  Seymour 43G0  eiita  J. SMITH". Mcvnagrer  352 Alexander St. Vancouver, B.C.  Twenty Yours' Eaci>orleneo In all Branches  of Electrical Work. Inspection—Expert  Advice — Trouble "Worli—Installing' ■•— Ke-  Windlng—All Work Guaranteed.  —/ i  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New "Westminster, B. C. Phone 53  J&  a" IT  2  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  '%"'.  •■m  1 Hanbury & Co.  UXXTED  EXCAVATING  and  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St.  Bayview 1076  \  ,:  a. aa. imst. o.  P.  T.   KINO  O.  MARBL.S  m. a. i. o.  HD6S0N, KING & MARBLE  Contractors & Engineers  Ul LwUi Bide      SeyMtr6506  British Columbia Record  (Established  1AU)  Published   every   Monday.   Wednesday  andFridajr by the  Record Publishing Co., Ltd.  A newspaper or zeneral olroulation.  featuring Building. Contracting Enffin-  •erine. Industrial. Shipbuilding, Mlnta&  Automobile, Provincial, City and Harbor  Cmprovemen ts.  0. H. NBLSON....MANAGJNG BDHCOR  Office and Plant '  629 Pcndei St-W., Vancouver, B. C.  PHONE SEYMOUR 7808  Subscription Bates  Per Year in Adranco  110.00  Per Month  -    1-00  All   subscriptions   are   payable   strictly  in   advance.  OF7ZOIAB OBOAXT.  The   British   Columbia   Record   is   the  official organ of Tho Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The   Royal   Architectural    Institute   of  Canada and as such is used by thein as  the medium through which to Beaks Sfe«lr  sfflcfal .announcement*   to   the   hub ami  public.  By such selection ths British Columbia Record is no wise pledged to editorial support of any policy ad^aneod  by these soeietiaa, but maintain* sn  ■olutely independent position oa all  ters subject to editorial  *  Plate, Sheet. Figured,  WlredvArt.Prlsm.  _   Colored, etc.  -' Wholesale and Retail  W. MOLT & SON  426—436 Dufferin St. Fairmont 1238  Bevelling  and  Slivering  BIDS ARE   INVITED ON  NEW FERRY LANDINGS  Tenders  are  now being: invited  by  the public work department of the pro-  more or less labor trouble in  regard J vinclal government  for  the  construe-  PAVING CONTRACTORS  HIT  HARD  BY WEATHER  (Continued from Page 1)  Ik Home Bank of Canada  SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT  F. G. NICKERSON  Manager  446 Stastlnfs St. West  Vancouver, B. O.  -.TS  Nat Grey Balding Supply  **.  flaaa, Graves. Torpedo Gravel. Ceaahed  Bock, BrlckJL4me. Plaster. Cement, ato  SCREENED PLASTERING SANS  6&S  Angus St. *  LEEK & Co, LIP  MYatMJR Ml  STEAM * HOT WATER (HEATING  ;-     PIPE SENDING  lOSO HOMER STKEET     .  " SPRAYWHITE  ••  Lin* Spraying Macb-  1or Interior a>  F.L. CUMMINGS  AND COMPANY  «4« Homer St.  Sey. 5507  s. n. SHAVE  GKNEBAL  CONTRACTOR  *'a»ECIALI8T 'in" bungalow  ,- • CONSTRUCTION  aad Arbatna Sis.    .     Bay. Sir*  Vhome: Bay., 67  ««  HARDWOOD FLOORS  Stay-Put" Brand  KILN DRIED  KEPT DRY  STAY DRY  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Umltad  .7 Oraa. St.  Bay. 1287  A  Robertson & Devey  Cashiaars and Constructors  la^ictins, Dtsiei, Reperts, CttstrictiM  ladostrisl Plants, Buildings and Equipment  Wharves   and   Piers.      Power  Plants  Industrial Railways  Concrete, Steel and Timber Structures  602 YORKSHIRE BLDG.   SEY.9217  YOUR PRINTING  SHOULD BE  A   100%  Advertising Medium  WE CAN MAKE IT SO  THE VETERAN PRESS  AaHAZELDINE  PRINTING   CO.  Phone Sey. 316 518 Pender W.  . ,  ■■■'    _. |     , „  TWO  CONVENIENT  LOCATIONS  At either of which the business men and women of  the citv are certain of tho  kind of meals they want at  reasonable prices.  PRICES  OF   HARDWOODS   LIKELY  TO ADVANCE  IN  NEAR,  FUTURE  • There is less concern just now in  the building trade generally over high  prices than over the. stability of  prices. < The general opinion is that  a new price level has .been established by economic conditions following the world war. Everyone has  been waiting for prices,of all lines  of building material, and especially  hardwoods, to drop, but they have  not dropped. Instead we '.find advances, in a number oi items in hard;  woods. , Flooring has gone, .up; so  have panels. .   ^   ■  Advances in hardwood prices at  this juncture, with such a large number of the better class of ^dwellings  under contemplation, ' would be a  rather serious matter for the locqj'  building trade as well as affecting  the industry all across Canada. Tho  construction of buildings and' manufacture of peace-time, conditions are  now in full swing, and there is every  evidence that'the stabilizing .of business is an accomplished fact. The  stability of business, caries with it  the stability of prices, and, therefore",  there should be no hesitation about  stepping in 'and sailing ■ along -with  the full "current of business, which' is  now showing evidence of an-acceier:  ated .flow after the, temporary lull  during mid-summer months.' 'v  Export buyers are at the present  time very active in the. matter ot  hardwoods, in the markets of both  Canada and the United States. When  it is' taken into consideration that  Russia, which before the war supplied over 45 per cent, of the lumber  used in the principal markets of  Europe, .is now entirely out of this  business and will not be a factor for  severalvyears 'to come, it can be  readily seen that the burden placed  upon this country in supplying the  European markets Is a serious one.  Russia's annual -export of lumber before the war was approximately 7,00,-  00,000 feet. This, in addition to the  very large quantity this country formerly shipped to Europe, must be  made up on this side of. the water.  And the making up of this trade balance, is a serious problem indeed with  transportation conditions as they- are  at present.  This enormously increased foreign  demand is already being felt, and by  way of reflex action" has already tended to make various items of hardwoods scarce and some dealers predict  u decided advance in prices.  to continuity of supply. The nearness  of these, road construction camps to the  city tends to draw a class of workmen  who are continually on the move.  They go to a camp and get wofk for  a few days, then return to the city to  lay off and spend the money they earn;  then off to another camp for another  short period of work.  '    *   '  '   Work is now being pushed with grim  earnestness on, the Peterson contract  tion of ferry landings,at both Woodward's handing, and Ladner on the  Fraser river. Bids will be .recetve'd up  to noon of Monday, October 11, and  plans and specifications may be obtained at the office of the district engineer, court house, Vancouver, or at  the public works department, Victoria, The usuaL.ton per cent, deposit  must accompany each tender.  New ferry landings have been badly  for the grading of a .section of the needed at both these places for some  Pacific Plighway. Work was continued time owing to the constantly increas-  by the iconstructin gangs right ^through < jng^amount of motor and other vehicu-  SEPTEMBER   BUILDING; '  NEARLY  DOUBLES 1919  The following is the report of Building Inspector Bird  for the month of  September, 1920:  No.  Permits     Value  Repairs  and Alter 120     S 74,861  Dwelling  Houses     38  .  140,-195  Factories and Ware....  .....    8  22,410  Parking Stations .......  ....    2  2,300  Offices and Stores   .....    8  139,500  September, 1920    ..176  379,266  September, 1919  ..;  .. 131  203,677  Jan. l-Sept. 30, 1920...  ..1311  2,982,060  Jan. 1-Sept. 30, 1920  952  1,601,348  the week-end, Saturday and Sunday, as  long as daylight lasted. Councillor J.  Wise of Surrey,' even drove the grader  for a spell on Friday during a temporary shortage of.men, just to help  the good work along. Contractor Peterson believes he can finish the undertaking in 25 working days now, if he  can get good weather that long. With  the government .behind it, there-should  be no, further delays in this contract.  The M. P. Cotton Company have  faced many unforseen difficulties.' They  recently purchased a new mirer but  it is ,not giving the satisfaction they  expected of it. Mr. Cotton expects to  complete his contract this fall,- if any  kind of an-unbroken stretch of good  weather favors the work.  In the Harrison & Lamond contract  for the paving of the road to Woodward's Landing, about fifty per' cent,  of the contract is already- laid* while  nearly the whole of the sub-grade is  finished, despite the' handicap of wet  weather. Four of .the five large culverts included in the contract have already been finished "and accepted* Jt>y  the' government. "This firm has also  added a new mixer to its equipment,  the results.'from which will be watched  with particular interest, as the ' mc-  chine was built in Vancouver and  much is expected of it by its makers.  On the .Palmer Bros.' contract at  Ladner, the concreting is expected to  commence this-week. They have goqd  hopes of being able to finish this season, as they are benefitting in their  execution of the work by the costiy  experiences of other' road contractors,  and some of the difficulties they have  had to overcome.  Whatever the outcome of the present large contracts for concrete paving  which have been awarded during the  past summer as part of the government's road building programme, contractors are agreed on one thing, and  that is that prices on next year's work  will show a very material advance.  The very higl? class of work demanded  by the government inspectors, combined with the closeness with which  the work is watched, makes it .necessary that no chances can be taken  with any parf of the work.  '  Whether o,r no all the present contracts cahibe finished before the'advent of the wet season makes further  progress impossible, all depends on  the weather now—and the contractors  are hoping for the best.  lar traffic acrss the Fraser river at  this point. The landings in each case  are'to be of the floating type secured  by piles, as owing to the varying  changes of water level due to both  tides and the state of tho rivor, it is  impracticable' to have a' fixed landing.  IS BUILDING NEW HOME  , CAWSTON, B. C—The construction  of a large - new residence has been  commenced by Mr. S. Galloway on the  lots located on the western side of  the railway track, opposite the property purchased last, spring by Mr. S.  Manery from Mr. Taylor. Several  other smaller dwellings are in process  of construction in tlie!town.  LANG    ■  ELECTRIC  .  FIXTURE  COMPANY  We have the most exclusive  Fixtures artistically designed,  made In our own factory, and  displayed In our dark show  room, which will give you the  right idea how'"they will appear  in your  home. —■  You are respectfully invited  to Inspect Our Seloction  INSURANCE  IN ALL ITS  BRANCHES  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co,  ESTABLISHED IB  1086  "Our   Fixtures  Bight   Finishing  Your Home."  Mistrial IslaM*   •    -  Give  tbe  Touch   to  Sly. 1793  739 Hastings St. "W. Sey. 7830  around rioor, Winch Bids;.  Vancouver, B. C.  PLAN  BIG IMPROVEMENTS  -Recently a project has ben submitted to the Peruvian Senate empowering the . president to enter Into contracts for the executions of the works  necessary to provide Lima and thirty  other towns Willi,free water, drains,  paving, garbage elimination, etc. .The  improvements contemplated involve  the expenditure of some $100,000,000,  and, of course, will offer opportunity  for the sale of largo quantities of materials and equipment.  PLAN   LAYING ANOTHER  CABLE  ACROSS   PACIFIC  Seattle.—The Chamber of Commerce  has been notified by the committee representing American interests at- the  international cable conference to be  held in Washington, starting today,  that it will be glad-to present the report prepared by the chamber.urging  the laying of another cable across the  Pacific by the northern route—from  Puget Sound via the Aleutian Islands  to Vladivostok and tne Orient. The  chamber will have a representative  present the report, which is most exhaustive, and points out the strategic,  commercial, physical, geographical  and technical advantages, as well as  the additional advantage of shortest,  and most economical route. The proposed cable now extends from Seattle  to Cordova, Alaska.  MIKING.  The Rambler mill, at Sandon, has  been started, after several months of  idleness, due to activities of the One  Big Union. All the men now employed are members of the International  M. M. & S. W. union. A new tunnel  is to be started, at the Last Chance  mine.  H. S. Monroe, the new-general manager of the Granby Consolidated M„  S. & P. Co., mlade an inspection of the  Ya\-.e Ph°enix mines and Grand Forks smelter recently. He stated that it was  unlikely that, any work would he'done  on these properties for some time to  come at any rate, and certainly not  (until there is a marked improvement  in the copper market.  POINT GREY PERMITS  3038—A. F. Howard, 8695 French St.  dwelling, $4,000,'Owner, Contr.  3039—Pt. Grey Cons. Co., Ltd., 40th  Ave. W., dwelling, $3,800, Owner,  Contr.  3040—H. M. Johnson. 27th & Blenheim, repairs, $200, Owner, Contr.  3041—J. G. McCarter, 935 18th Ave.  W., repairs,' $500, Owner, Contr.,  3042—M. E. Lougheed, 6607 Angus  St., dwelling, $4,000, Knight & Major,  Contrs.  Gunzeon Ch% White  PLUMBING AND   HEATING  aCABIKE    WOBK    ABTD    OESTEBAL  BEFAIBS  gey. 1847  163 Cordova St. E.  Jobs You'd  Never Hear Of  but for our Dornfnion-w-ide nows-  . RiitherlriK facilities can be re-  - ported on your desk errry morn-  , - ing.    A blic daily stream  of  live  "prospects"     thnt    your     sell ins:  force  will   be  keen  to   turn  into  orders.  Building & Engineering,  'contract Information, definite nnd  . clean-cut. Is here awaiting you.  It will cut down your soiling;  expense. It will increase your  business—speed up your salesmen.  Write for full information.  Hs.cT.een Daily Beporte, XOmlte*.  Sia Winch Bids;., Tsncoaver, B.O.  Telepnon  ermoar 8013.  RErRIGERATIOIN  y  lei ■Hhf, pbits istf MM itNtp systsM. Sict-  iiis! rtfriftntm mt darts la al cMotf perns**  MACHINE SHOP REPAIR WORK OF  EVERY DESCRIPTION.  Linda Canadian Rafrfgaratlon  Company Umltad .  500 Campbell Aye. High. 822  REPORTS  S«7  WINCH BUILOtNO MY.  •SOI  THEO, KORNER  BJCNOKM   KSFSWI   ASSISTANCE; hTO  tww  pnomeroN  ascsnwnmui   aj»*   laitdmape   imai  stcrron   rbAim _ ajh»   runHrecrrmse  ■vaTire, Monst«T< nitAuowrnvci  ARCHITECTS REGISTER  AT ONCE.  Architects Aot of B. C. 1920  To all Architects "practicing in the  Province of British Columbia. Take  sotlee that the organization of tho  Council of the Architectural In»ti-  tnte has" been completed and notice  thereof hum been published in ths  British Columbia Ossette in accordance with the Act. Now, therefor,  -it is' neoewsary for all persons practicing Architecture' to cans* his or  her name to be registered with the  Secretary of the Institute, together  with credentials satisfactory, to the  council of being competent "and in  practice and, by paying to the secretary the fcMjiia4e payable In that  behalf.       •  Forms of application for reKlslration eaa be obtaiserf from the secretary.     '■ ,  AH eonamnnlcations, requests for  forms or information must be ni.id^  in writing; addressed tor the secretary,  Abeelately nc Information will be  gifon  by  telephone.  By order ef the Council,  F.  L.  TOWNLEV,  "• " ' Secretary.  326   Homer  Street.  Vancouver,   B.  C.  PEARSON WIRE & INN  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORK-  ERSraJnd WEAVERS  Nothing too-Large or too Small  If it's, Iron or-Win'we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  Robert VV. Hunt & Co., Ltd.  IWPCCTINO and TgSTIWO ErTOIMEKRS |  218 Standard Bank Bldg. p„ona Saymaiir 21M  RasMmt tatpMlan «t all Ur|( Msnufacturlns; Centres  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  LIGHT and POWER        MOTOR REPAIRS        STORAGE BATTERIES  The Jarvls ElectrirCompany. Ltd.    , Thou* aejnnonr  175  .570 Btobaras at.  GILLEY BROS., Limited  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  ALL   KINDS   Or   BUILDING   MATERIAL  Phena IS and 16  LUawJJl  ENGRAVING &  C0L0RTYPEG?  DESIGNERS Er ENGRAVERS  Classified Advertwingr  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  No. 1'-  HO CORDOVA ST. WEST  No. 2- 612   PENDER    ST.   WEST  Good   Eats  "The Good Food Restaurant  FactdrJes,     Houses     and  Garages   Repaired.     Qwieral  Carpenter   and   Consrtnictlon   "Work.  JOHN   P.   XORBXS  Sey. 3418  Sey. 931 Evenings       1758 -Robson St.  MACHINERY  Hoisting, engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, machinery of all  kinds. ■ -■■'  HTATIONAI.  lOACHIlJEBTir   CO.  925 Main St. Sey. 609  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and   Sold.  B, C. EQUIPMENT CO., X.VD.  Bank of Ottawa Bldg. Sey. 9040  See   Ua  For jU3 Kinds of Machinery  VT-RT3,   MACHIITEBY   CO.  I,a'3>.  1396 Blchards  St. Sey. 7442-7443 'V.  THE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  BUILDING  RECORD  is read by every  *  ARCHITECT.   ENGINEER  S and  CONTRACTOR  IN   VANCOUVER   AND  VICINITY,  MEN WHO  ARE  CONSTANTLY  SPECIFYING AND  BUYING MATERIALS  AND MACHINERY  S02 Columbia Straat Waat  Haw Waatmlnater, B.C.  PACIFIC LIME  ' jaaasMaawaaaaB^^jj^I^Z—^^—im^.■?.■■'_'     '■■■-   , ' *•  —-„.Spld By —  ALL DEALERS  CANADIAN JOHNS-MANVILLE  Company, Limited.  Asbestos and its.allied products  Roofing  and   Roof  Coatings  Pipe Insulations.   MastlC Flooring  738 HASTINGS ST., W.  SEY. 4427  J  THE  SHIPPING  GUIDE  The Official Shipping Paper ,  REPORTS   ON    DEEP-WATER    SHIPPING   TO   AND   FROM   ALL   PORTS  OF THE  WORLD.     AUTHENTIC   INFORMATION   FURNISHED  TO  SHIPPERS    AND   TRAVELLERS    FOR    ROUTING    FREIGHT,    PASSENGERS  EXPRESS   AND   PARCEL   POST TO   ALL   POINTS   IN   CANADA,   UNITED  STATES,   ALASKA   AND   THE   ORIENT.  ISSUED MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY  629 PENDER STREET WEST    - VANCOUVER, B.  3- SEY.  c.  J y.;;,;,; ::^-^'Vv'^,™'':'::^ KV;;:i'^  '.""V*  ^^..VT^i  *<  BRITISH. COLUMBIA KECORD  ADKISON & DILL  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SPECIALISTS ifl REINFORCED CONCRETE  325 Hill St Xe». J7«»Bi».ll28R  Artistic Wire & Iron Works  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work ana  all Unas ef. Wire Work.  112-1.6 .Dufferin   St.  Fair.  2648  BAIN  BROS.  Lathing and Plaatarlri* Conor's  SEY. 838 HIOH, 1108  403 PENDER ST. W.  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractor*  836 Howe St. Seymour 1389  EDWARD COX  Ganaral Contractor  CabUMtMahlaa "**•"••  Sey. 1163 Rear 530 Howe St.  DAVIES CONSTRUCTION CO.  General    Contractor*  CM facto H.I.   Visciivtr, B.C.  DOMINION CONSTRUCTION  Compmy. Limited  Casnaral Contractora  BOS Richard* St.   .   Say. 8320  W.GREENLEES  COBTMACTOB  Bile BrlTlng-,  Wnarras, Brtdfes,  . ronnawtions,. etc  407 Cordova St. W. Seymour 10S3  THE FOUNDATION CO.,  OF B.C. tlaltEB  CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS  Stitairt Baik Bllg.       Sey 7920  HARRISON & LAMOND  Industrial Engineers  Straw 3535 .501 riife BI.E  R. MONCRIEFF  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Seymour 4606  Palmer Bros.  Gonoral   Contractora  Sey. 4878  929 MliB SL  CONTRACTORS   PLANT  & EQUIPMENT  HOIST8—CONCRETE   MIXERS—REINFORCING STEEL AND FABRIC  " Rickettsons Mortar Colors "  The KEYSTONE EXCAVATOR will help you get more out of your Contracts and get more Contracts-  Ask for Details, .......  GORMAN. CLANCEY AND GRINDLEY, Ltd.  511 DOMINION BLDG  VANCOUVER  EDMONTON  PHONE:     SEY.   3475  CALGARY  under Construction^  British Columbia Ceiling  & Roofing Co. Ltd.  H.   FRITH   SMITH.   MANAGER  *HKK>T     WB?»L     OOSTIUOTOIH     AND     IUXOTAO.  Fair. 1267 -523 7tl"i Ave. West  McLeod Sheet Metal Works  Ftirnaces,    Booflng,    Cornices,    Skylights  ana   General  Sheet  Metal  Work  Seymour 7177  1042  Richards  St.  R.N.DICER&Co.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  ARMATURE AND MOTOR WINDING  REPAIR   DEPARTMENT  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Phone Say. 824 (Day and Bight)  1256 Pender St. W Sey.  9316-R  Sey. 70G5 Night Phone Sey. C37  W. W. FRASER  Eloctrlcal Engineer And  CONTRACTOR  B02 Hast. St. W.   „.,. Vancouver, B. O.  ibb  rox.x.ownra *4bx.e shows BtnxDiHas  cosr?.na  «s,ooo   ob   oveb,   ob   wbzch   cobstbvctxob   is  TjyDEB WAY, OB OB WHICH COBTBACT8 HATE BEEV MT BVT COBBTBUCTIOH NOT YTT 8TABTEP.   Character   ;   Three-story   Bank       Alterations    :   Alters,   to Bank.™......   Kesidence „........:.....  .Three-Storey   Bldfj.      Residence :...   Warehouse   GitH   PJant   ,......,...: :.,.  Residence ......................   Residence   Residence ...„.   Kesidence -   Addnx,   to  Bunk   Power   House    .J..   Residence ...  Residence   Hesldonee   Jam  and Suk'ar Rooms....  ReHideneo   ...* ~.  Store   Bldg   Residence -  Kesidence    Kesidence    Kesidence  —-  Theatre     Residence    Residence ..-   Agronomy Barn    Residence       Alters.:'- to   Store _...  Residence  .'.'   Warehouse Ex-ten   Residence    -   Bungalow  - -.    Residence   Residence  »   Residence  -   Residence  '....."..-.  Kxcavation  &  Kill - ~  Pavlnfr  -   Completing   Residence     Dwelling- & Garage .-   Bungalow      Dwelling   ...   Dwelling ......... ...»  Store Building    Dwelling     Cost   $300,000      1100,000  ...„.„■ *35,000  ......  $20,000   J60.000      178.000,   „.; $8,500  .......;»340,000  ..........111,000   .....$6,000      $11,000  ........   til.600   $30,000  „........$10,000   ..'■ $5,500      $10,000      $7,000   $9,000       $15,000   $13,500  Pet centage     $7,000     $5,200     $5,000      $400,000  GREATER VANCOUVER  location    _. Owner  Seymour & Hast...Union Bank of Canada  Cordova St ;.,.,......David Spencer Ltd.  Hastings'& Hamilton..Bank ol Hamilton  Marine Drive ...George Kidd  Core and  Pender....Chinese 'Nat.  League  Marine Drive ............B. D. Rogers  34 ft  Railway G,  H.  Cottrell  .False Creek Vancouver, Gas Co.  Marine Drive  _ Wm. M. McKenzie  Tarlton Place Dr. M. Sparrow  34th  &  Markham Mrs.  C.  McTavlsh  AngUH  Ave. &  27th W. B.   Farris  Cordova  St.  E ...Bank of Montreal  Drake St.   Dominion Canners  Ltd.  1905  12th Ave. W Alex. Chalmers  4 9th St.,  Magee Mrs. J. W.  Allan  27th & Selkirk ....:. F. Vf.  Chapman  Drake St,  Dom. canners of B.C. Ltd.  29th  &   Margaret  St... F.  G.   Kvans  31S-20  Pender St.  E..  Point Grey    4 038   Marguerite   1174  26th'Ave.   — -Y.   _.-...  6919 Cypress Mrs. M. A.  Ross  800 Block Sey. St...B. C. Paramount Ltd.   .H.  F. Tons   C. A. Wlckena   R.   Mowbray  H. De S. Carey  Robertson & Partners Ltd.  Public Worka Contractora  and Engineers  Sey. 1274     422 Metropolitan Bldg  RUSH & READ  PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERING  AND CEMENT WORK  Bay. 3370 Bay.  1602 B.  2306 Stephens  St.  STEWART & COLTART  GENERAL.   CONTRACTORS  REPAIRS   AND   ALTERATIONS  Fair. 2386 X. Fraser 205 £  41 St. tteorffe St,     355 50th Ave. B.  3241 St.  "Warehouse    Dwelling    Dwelling- -   .Kesidence     Additions   „   Residence    Rank ,   Bridge   Repairs   Residence      Residence   ,\, -   Residence-  ...»    High School ...„'. -   Htjfh-School...L..._^-   Residence    „   AlterationB        iK-modellinir   Kesidence  .\ddns   to   Bldgs-i...;.;   Additions, to residence .  Dwelling   — ,   Dwelling   _...,™,   Dwelling      DwelMne      Residence     ,   Residence      :  Residence     .-.•*   Residence'  '..„„'„ .;   Residence    -:., --.....'—  Residence     .-; „  Kesidence    Dwelling   .....:   Dwelllnjr   ....;.....   Remodel   Building  -.  .Warehouse    .   Remodelling     Residence    -   Residence _   Residence   Brick  Bldg '.   Addn.  to   Klevator    Store Bids- — , -  Genl.    Rfpalrs       Store   Addns   ..V-  .... $9,000  .... $7,000  ....$11,000  ....$14,600   $5,500  ...: $5,000  ....$3 0,000  . $15,500  ... $5,00$  .: $10,000  .. $10,000  .._ $7,000  .._ $5,000  ...$513,001  „ $55,000  ....$28,008   .$5,100     $5,400     $5,000  „...' $7,500   $20,000  .... $5,000  „,$25,000  „... $5,000  .... $5,000     $9,000      $7,000  . $12,000  ..'$30,000  ...$10,500   $5,S00  .$20,000   $7,300  ,...$36,347  ..$175,000  $12,000  .:..  $5,000   $5.«00  ...$25,000  ....$12,000  S 5.000  ,   SS.001  •!tStS00  $5,000  ..J5.000  ...;?5,<100   $5,000  ......sn.ooo   $5,000  ..:..$5,ooo  .. ;$6.000  „ $6,000'  .. $5,000  ...S55.000  .$50,000  . $35,000  .. .$5,000  ... $6,000  .. $9,300  . $15,000  ....$10,000  .... $6,000   $7,500  ....$12,000  27th & Cartier ....:. W. J. Read  Shaughnessy. Height8.........._B.   J.   Jayne  Point Grey .:... TJ. ot  B. C.  1'onnaught St J. T. Griffin  623  Granville   St Edwards  Bros,  6726   Laburnum......~_:...........D.   Robertson  159 Water St A. P. Slade Co.  Avenue  "D"   Shaua;hnessy........M.   Rector  81 Ht Ave. W  Artistic Bung. Contra.  17th Ave.„.......„„......„...Dr. C. H. Vrooman  Cartier & Connaught Dr H. J. Perrln  J13C  10th Ave. "W._ M. J. Coulson  3S07  12th Ave. W G.' JB.  Adams  Ballantync Pier . ■.. _ ...Dom.  Oavrnt  City  Streets   ..City of Vanoouvar  Shaughnessy  Heights    A. TS.  Tulk  37th Ave. & Carter St..„........C. N. Wood  2011 37th Ave. W   J. Hunv.  1997 35th Ave. W.._......._....W. H. Collard  4564  3rd Ave. W W. Brims  Cordova  &  Columbia;.. ...J.   M«!rsstien  1780  13th Ave.   W.^..Mrs.  E.  E.  Murray  Industrial   Island  ...Gibsons.   Ltd  1135 2Sth Ave. W  -S- Collingfi  6556   Laburnum... .:..._...-A.  L.   Ramage  4469 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  1246 27th Ave. W. ...... C. Woodburn  Matthews Ave. & Alex'dra....J. R. Duncan  2327 Collingwood St „ R. H- Ward  South Vancouver....So. Van. School Board  Marpole  Pt. Grey School Board  4312  Pine Street  ~ -W.  McLean  i R. C. M. P. Barracks _...j„Dom. Govrmt.  } 33S0 Granville St Charles E. Campbell  F'airvicw  '. , University ofAB. C.  Shaughnessv Heights  E. B. Hamber  JS29 4 2nd Ave. W .-.J. W. S. McLeod  1391 27th Ave, W ......Mrs. F. Elkina  '.70S   33rd  Ave.  W Vf.  Hansen  :4th <S-  Highbury : •'- B.  Barreau  Shaughnessy  Park   W.  Walsh  Shaughnessy Park  A. Jl.  Farquahar  Fairview    Mrs. J. Graham  Falrvfew     J.   J.  Cunningham  Fairview  -T. McG Robertson  Fairvlew   .._ A.   B.   C.   Ltd.  Strathcona  Place   '. H.  G.   Wright  6579 M.-vple St - F. R.' Murray  16S6 13th Ave. W XV. H.  Dargsvel  Gran. & Robson Sts Royal Bk. of Can-  Ft,   Gore  Ave „ /.Can.  Fishing  Co.  Seymour <fc Pender ..Toronto,Trusts Crp.  1775  10th  Ave. W C.  J.  Phillips  15th  Ave.   "W - Cosmo   Bruce  23rd & Connaught ■ Dr.;....'..B. A. Shatford  Seymour  Near-Dunsmuir  St...Mr.   Jone.o  lf.05 6th Ave. W. ...N. McLennan  Hastings St. E : K. Uyesugi  Fairfield   Block J.   Rogers  121-5 Pender E. ..............K. H. Long  Architect .;   Contractor  Sum'yille & Putman..Hodgson. K. & Mar.   Dominion  Constr.  Co.  A. E. Henderson J. C. Allen  Townley & Matheson.JG. J. Ryan Con. Co.  Edwardes  Sproat r. McGougan  Bernard C. Palmer..;.Dominlon Const. Co.   Baynes  & Horie    t  Owners  Townley  & Mathesn. Wm.  J.   Read  Townley & Matheson ...Chas. Purdy   .„;...;.- Irvine   &   White  H. 11. Gillingham  S. J. Newitt  Honeyman &  Curtis Baynes A Horie  J. E. Parr ...:„..................Fredk. Sherborne   Owner  Honeyman & Curtis.. A. L, Ramage   - - „  Colton  J. E. Parr  S.  J. Newitt  H. Ho Gillingham   S. J. Newitt  Contractor W.  H.  Chow  Downing & Kyall ..........................J. Laing   - .,; Owner   .....B.   S.  Realty Co.   Stewart '&  Woltart  Thos.  Lamb.  Toronto^...Dom.  Constr.  Co.  Townley & Matheson. Supervis'g Archts.  Townley & Matheson .....W. J. Read  Townley & Mathescw........:;..J. B. Stirling  Sharp & Thompson................S. N. McLeod  Mackenzie A Bow C. F. Robinson  Dalton & Eveleish ;....:.;.Dixon & Murray  Townley A Matheson..........A. L. Ramage    ."....Dominion   Constr.   Co.  Mackenzie & Bow.........:....:.Black!ey A Co.  Owners   _ S.  H.  Shave  James A. BenzicRogert- 8ms. A SinolaCir  James A: -Benzie..Rogers Bros. & Sinclair  _ _    Day  Labor,  ..._ /L S.   A.   Pellar   , .....Grant   A   McDonald  ._ Columbia .Bithulithie  Co..  Ltft.  Bernard C. Palmer....' J. K. Sinclair'!     _ H.  S.  Griffiths '    C.  J. Phillips  „ •._ „., ;.' Owner  „:....;  _ F. AV. Farley  H. H.  Simmonds Snider Bros. A Son  Owner     F.   W.   Mellish   _ _  T. McClay   Bargain  Sales  Realty  Co.    Owner  .'     " _ M. C. Griffith  Bernard C. Palmer  J. K. Sinclair  Maolore & Lort J. S. Crowell  Gardiner & Mercer....Hodgson, King A M,  Connaught  Bridge  ....City   of Vancouver  .j.  _ :.Woodburn  &. Chaytor  Gardiner & Mercer  Day Labor  Glilam & Moumain..........Cook '&.,<Hawkins  Twizell. Birds & Twizell Jeter Tardiff  Twlzell,  Birds & Twizell Owners      G.  Churchill  & Son  Owners —J. "W. Bye  Townley & Matheson Dixon & Murray  Sharp & Thompson Baynes A Horie  B. C.  Palmer   -. T. L.  Gray  .   .... ...   .- _     Owner  '1ZZZZZ.Z S.   N.   McLeod  J _ „ Woodbum   A   Chaytor  >:-.    M. C. Griffiths  ,  Faulds,   McQueen '&   Pearce   _ Faulds. McQueen ■& Pearce  i ^..Faulds. McQueen & Pearce  „r Faulds. McQueen & Pearce   : .....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  J. R. TACEY & SON  HEATING, VENTILATING AND  GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK  Seymour 361-7     }    1160  Seymour  St.  W. BRADSHAW  GRATES TILES and MANTLES  I MOSAIC   FLOORS   LAID  JOBBING ATTENDED TO  Phone Fraser 178 X   446 45th Ave. E.  JENKINS ELECTRICAL  Company. Limited  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  ILICTItlCAL      IMITALIAIIOM      O*      XVBKT  '  DKMCHIPT103T.        KX.BCIHIOAI.    aorpuKa  Sey. 9512 539 Main Street  rr  Specialist   in   Cement   Work  ED. HUGGINS  JTZ^AXB    ABB    OBBABCCVTAK  ~ PX.ASTEBBB  Bay. S53S-B.       3538 Third Ave. W.  _>  Percy F- Letts  Dictrical Enginwr ais Contractor  '   Xlffh-Class   Electrical   Work  and   Pixtnres  Bay. .441 3044  GranviUe St.  ~ SAMUEL B. REDBUftN  . XAX>SOatXHXBO   ABB   TTBTZBO   .  A 8PZCZAKTT  ESTIMATES OIYEH  Phone Paixnwat 484 B  314 7th Ats. E. TancouTer. B. C.  MAIN ELECTRIC  OBBBBAX.   BEPAIBS —A3UKATBBB  wmonro —. swztchboabbs  ZB8TAX.&ATIOBS  247Ha$t»iiSt,L  Sly. 3856  »»oua  rpmt  J.C  W%.  S&SCTBXCAZi   EBOZBTEBB  ABB COBTBACTOB  411 HOWE ST.  SEY. 1991  DISTRIBUTORS  DUPLEX   MOTORS   LIMITED  1233 Hornby St. Soy. S461  RICHARBSON ELECTRIC CO.  Engineers & Contractors  EIE6TIICAL IRSTaLUTllHS IF ttl UMS.  923 Geortia StW. Sey. 9696  VANCOUVER FORGE CO.  xamltad  FOROIlNGS  ' OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  Ft.   Victoria, Drive Highland   701  S.M. MORRIS & CO., LTD.  GET OUR PRICE ON   _,  " FIRE ESCAPES "  I Bay.   1043  ^    2120-2130   Cedar   St  2759  CEDAR   COTTAGE   PAINTERS  AND   DECORATORS  22nd Ave.E.     -;Z  :'Z:: - ;;  FAIR, 3313 ¥,  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  COBB2CE, B«rrX.XOHT. SMOKE.  STACKS.     AUTO   WOBX.  Anything in Sheet Metal and Roofing.  S. T. Scarlett, Mgr.  757   Beatty  St. Sey.  7645  Character      I^afl rosd       Railroad     Bridge  ._    Plant Extensions    S   Storey  Addn.    .   Boys  Training  School.......  Municipal Hall ...i—..........  21  Cottages  ....;....—..  Reclamation   Work   Boys'   Training   School   Milk   Condensory   Remodelling   School    .  Paving   Pacific   Highway.  Dairy   Barns '   Paving -.   Fruit  Storage  Whse   Memorial   Hall      Dwelling   Power Plant   Qulnsam  River  Bridge ....  School     Warehouse Addn   Paving River Rond _  Four   Houses   Bank,    Rubber  Factory   _   Fish   Oil Plant   Schcol     Indian   School      Railway Station   School   .    Bank      Bank    _ ~  Rcsidence .-   School   ...-.   Stock  Barn   Alters to Theatre    Bank    .....  .^.....   Cost  ...1,000,000  "A$33'6".ob"6   $125,000   »10,000  .....$140,000   $7 5,216  .  „.$75,000  ?1,1S0.000   $73,200  ....$150,000  ....$5,000  „...$120,000  ....$S,300  . .   $55,000   $30,000  ..$10,000  300  5oo  ........^ IWiVV    $G.0t   $65.0C      $42,000  A'.".'."$30.'ob'o   „$12.000   $35,000   $75,000  $20,000    $17,000  $174,500   $25,000  $20,000  ".."..   $11,000  "  $10,000  $27,000  $102,233  "...   $12,000  ..Day "Work      $35,000  Peter Tardiff  General   Contractor  REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS  1121 Bidwell St.      Sey.7898 R  A. WILES  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Alterations,   etc.  1350 8th Ave. W.       Bayview 2278  F*actory     Round  House.  Mch Shops  School ;   'Residence   .,   Two  Storev Block     Store   Bldp.      Additional   Storey   Abattoir    „   Restaurant    i?esldcnr>r<   Alterations  Residence    etc...  $200 000  ...$30,000  $100,000  .. .  $50,0l>0  .  ..$29,000   $40,900   $19,940   $50,000  "■   $11,500  Percentage     $40,000  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SASH   and   POOBS—OPPICE  TOCCTTBE8  Baadaawlar aad Turning, etc.  1730   Semlln  Drive Highland   374  BRITISH  COLUMBIA GENERAL.  location _.. ._ .. ._ Owner  Princeton to Copper Mt B. C. Copper Co.  Alberni to Great Central Lake C.P.R.  Deep Creek. P.G.E  Prov.  Govmt.  Mill Creek ....Whalen Pulp & Paper Mills  Westminster ....Westminster Brewery Co.  Cociuitlam   Prov. Govmt.  Coqultlam      „....   Municipality  Powell River  Powell River Co.  Sunias T^ake Prov.   Govmt.  Coqultlam   ._ .....:.P.rov.  Govt.  Abbotsford......Fraser Valley Milk Prod's  Burnaby     Petersons to Johnson Rd„ 2 1-3 miles..._.  Lulu   Island N.   Nelson  Woodwards Landing  Prov. Govmt.  Kelowna   Kelowna  Storage   Ltd.  CourU-nay   G.  W.  V.  A.  Kelowna, B. C ..._   Alice  Arm Taylor Engineering  Co.  Near  Campbell   River Prov.  Govmt  Lynn Valley  ...No. Vane. School  Dist.  Vernon -Vernon  Fruit  Assn.  South Vancouver Prov. Govmt.  Penticton   Soldiers   Hsg.   Scheme  Penticton   _ Bank of Hamilton  Pt. Coqultlam....Gregory Tire & Rub. Co.  Nanaimo  _ J.  B. Jardine  Courtenay — - Prov.   Govmt.  Stuart Lake  Dom. Govmt.  _ E, & N. Railway   Prov. Govt.  GRANDVIEW SHEET  METAL WORKS,  LIMITED  POBBACB8.   OOBBICBS.    _  Z40HTS and  OZ3BXBAJ.  JOBBXHO  IMS Vaaaalaa St  Hllhlaatf 442  Nanaimo  —  North Cedar  i\onn  ^.tiuiii    _  .  Williams  Lake Can.  Bank  of  Com.  West Summerland ....Can. Bank of Com.  Parksvlllc, V.  1 M.  P. Beattie  Pentlcton -School  Board  Annacis Island-Annacls Stock Fam Ltd.  Columbia St., New West....Royal Theatre  Anyox  Can.  Bankcor  Commerce  VICTORIA  Vlctoria....Sydney PaperMills A Rtg. Co.  Victoria     —..Can.   Wat'l   Rlwys-  Victoria  r........ The WOows School  Oak Bay. Victoria  J*. TV. Gibson  Douglas St., Vic Mrs. W. H. Dou^ar  Douglas & Broughton „Otto Weilor  Douglas   &   Broughton Otto  Weiler  Palmer Station  J.  B. Fagan  Oriental   Alley    Hong   Tonp  Craigdarroch  J.  W.   Spencer  St.   Charles   St H.  F.   Bullen  Architect   »..."..".  Contractor   •. J.1JC E. Griffin & Co.   -..-_ '.   Foundation   Co.  Prov.   Govmt.. -.Canadian  Bridge   Co.  Owners  L. —Hodgson,  King &  Marble  Gardiner &  Mercer .....J. Hyslop  Pub. Wks. Dept Robertson & Partners  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.  Gardner & Mercer Jas. Hyslop  Public Wks. Dept Harrison & Lamond  Twizell.   Birds  &  Twizell   \V. A. Owen   Cumberl'd—....H. Trehearne  J.  A.   Benzie : '. V.   J.  Wlnkel   W. V. Hunt  Public Wks. Dept. Robert Moncrie:T«  Blackadder & Mackay rBaynes & Horie   : .-. J.  F.  Moffat  Public Wks.  Dept.....Harrison & Lamond  Swan A  Augustine B. F.  Priest  A. D. Acheson R. N. Wyatt  Gardiner   &   Mercer Owners  Wm.  Fred'k Gardiner Day Labor  Public  Works   Dept...—.Robt.   Moncrieff  Dept. of Indian Affairs—Robt. Moncrieff  Owners — _ _ George Wilson  Pub. Wks. Dept E. J. Ryan Contr. Co.  Wm.  Fredk.  Gardiner _ Thos.  Wyley  Wm.  Fred'k  Gardiner Thos. Harvey  Maclure &  Lort Mr. Vestaunet  Bell & Curtis —M. A. Clark  Wm.. Fredk. Gardner....Sloan & Harrison  Rdwardes  Sproat James Hyslop  Win. Fredk Gardner-Foundation Co., B.C.  GRANVIUE WOOD WORKS  M."HUTCHINSON,   PSOPKIBTOe  CABINET MAKERS AND CARPENTERS  BAND SAWING AND WOOD TURNING  GENERAL JOBBING  Sey. 9478  735 Helmcken St.  Williams Electric  Company.  , EXECTBZCAX. COBTBACTOBS  COBSTBTJCTZOH,     MAXHTXHAHCE  ABB   BEPAIBS  434 Homer Street -   Phone Sey. 4024 I  H.D.Rees WAKrasej  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC A SUPPLIES  WIRING and REPAIRS  DOMINION  PHOTO CO.  Cmnercial Photographers  •IS GRANVILLE ST. f SKY,  ^■s  POR  GENERAL  BUIL'BING  CONSTRUCTION  ALTERATIONS  OR '   "    "  REPAIRS'  CONSULT  E.J.RYAN  CONTRACTING CO., LTD.  Telephones, Seymour 8585-8586  Suite 5, Pair&eld Bldff^ 445 Qraau St.  ._.:..-J4.~~- co  Owners.-..— •—  C. E. Catkins   Mnolure   &  Lort.  Percy  Fox   Peroy Fox  .-   Percy Fox  -  J. C.  M. Keith   ]   Percv  Fox.-   P.  L." James:   -operative Contract Co.  —Robertson & Partners  ,  Luney Bros.   Robt.   Moncrieff  .A.   Lookley.  Esquimau   Luney" Bros.   Luney Bros.   Landie & Keith   Parfitt Bros.   Harry Cattorall   P. ^tcKechnie  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg-  Vancouver, B. G.  .Telephones Sey. 6191-6193  NORTHWEST LIME CO.  We carry a large stock of  "NORTHWEST LIME" manufactured in Victoria and which we are  prepared to furnish Buildjng Contractors and Plasterers at lowest  prevailing prices.  1683 Oeorgia Street West  12 HastiifS St I  Sey. 1224  Fa&ae Seymour 1878.  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards. Steel  Cabinet*, etc  Switches designed and built for any  special -work. /*'  XnanatrUl Island      Vsnconrar, B. C.  Offlce:    Sey. 7075      Res.: Fair. 213SL  J.H. Healey  OFTOBCETBXST  825 Birks Bldg.  Vancouver, B C.  E. CHRYSTAL  & Company Ltd.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Manufacturers of  SASH and DOORS,  MBLL WORK, STOR€  & OFFSCE FBXTURES  Office and Factory  108 RetJFgia ST., E.     Seymour 8551  BUSINESS  MEN  ,v,.' will find the  Orpheum Cafe  ari ideal meeting place for the Luncheon Hour. The Best of Everything,  Prompt: Service, Moderate Charges.  Seating capacity 250.  I ! '  762 Granville Street  Opposite' Orpheum Theatre  Jas. Dwyer. Proprietor and Chef  il  Fairview Sand  & Gravel Co.,  Limited  SAND & ORAVEL  PROMPT DELIVERY  Granville Isld. Sey. 6761 ■A  4.,.;.-~:...iA.~"   BRITISH COLUMBIA REAPED  u  "!--rAi.^   *i  BARR & ANOFRSON  PLUMBING & HEAtlNG  ■+T%»I'»J'  •7 Ii/  .'i  O i '"i, f.  International  Automatic  5      i ,.  Bomber  l>esoriptio«i  Cast  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St.  Vancouver B. C.  12357—Car  Sflelter    ?1,500  12359—Dwelling ?2700  12360—Alterations & Repairs $1900  12362—Alterations & Repairs $7,000  12365—Dwelling  $6500  1123 69—Dwelling $3800  (12370—Dwelling $4500  St**et Address  *°* »M *a»s«*  650 Pacific St   3614  Georgia E 3-79  1110—15th Ave. E 1, 2, 3-106  3,05 Hastings, St. E   1265—15th Ave. .W 17-453  •3681 2nd Ave.vW. , 2-1-9  1720—13th Ave. W S-428  BttPdrefrrtoP  j&mts*  H.,T. S.  301     .Contractor  526  Bowman & Cullerne  540,, W. M. Dodd & Co.  526 '■'■ - Owner  Beatsaetor Address  Hermann & Gueffray..f>244 Pr. Edward  C. Kilpin  1S06—10th Ave. "W.  ■\Villianiaon & Coviile....3605 Quebec St.  B. J. Pion 2754 Dundas St.  Owner  .-.   W. Mason : 1216—7th Ave-. E.  Owner  '. ; .    ■ .   ».""Tl"".» ;....,.,.,,.„.,...„ „.   FRASER RIVER  PILE DRIVING  Co.. Limited  r. A. Jones, XgT.  WHARF BUILDING, BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  Owners   of   Tngr   "CUTS"  Seneral Towing  324   FRONT  ST.  NEW WESTMINSTER  TELEPHONE 1015  $75(100  Pawner . '__  ,. Address  C. N. Galer (Lessee) .' ;...  City & T. D. Walker   Grant & Sons 31,7 Gamble St.  Nick Cogas  (lessee)    C. Bruce  300 Blenheim Court  Hugh  MacAulay  :   D. McKinnon'   ii^i^  fihS  9?i  Designers and. Manufacturers of  HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  " RADIANT LIGHTS '»  Por Commercial Llshtlnis  546 Howe Street.  Phone Sey. 3312  r  b:c. construction news  LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL BUILDING, TENDERS   WANTED,   BRIDGES,   HIGHWAYS   ETC.   /  Walter Murray  Ernie  Murray Bros., Ltd.  PLUMBING and. HEATING  CONTRACTOfiS  • .»■<".'  ■XYKOTO 8M«  137 Powell St.,  -Vancouver. B. C'  E.A.  T^\  Plumbing  Steamfitting  1027 Hows St.  Vancouver. B. C;  Ptiona, Ssy. t3S  , Res. Bsy. 77  9. y. Tricksy  E. E. Elliott  Central Sheet  Metal Works  PLUMBING    HEATING  VENTILATING  560 Cambia St.,,    Say. 620  VANCOUVER PERMTaU  1235S—-Mr."" Galloway, addition, 3214  William St., $450; A. W. Pemberton,  1521 Arbutus St., contr.     » '   <  12361—Mrs. H. Johansen, addition,  520—11th Ave. E., $100.'  12363—Aetna Saw Wks.; Ltd., addition, Granville Island, $450; J. E. Sanson, contr. "_' • •  12364—Hanbury. Lumber Co., frame  bldg., Granville St., $250.    ~  12366—J. Smith, alterations, 1676—  12th Ave. W., $150; L.'C.-.Teeple, contr.  12367—W: Parke, garage^ 2828—6th  Ave. W.|, $200; A. Campbell, 1839  Main St., "contr. ""'*"',,  12368—Mr. Lindsay, garage; 1450"  Yeuables^.U,J100._ _ :     ,_,    .  Mitchell  B. J. Mitchell  A. H. MITCHELL  AND COMPANY  i <  Plumbing - Heating  Sheet  Metal  GET OUR PRICES FIRST  "V  XTOTXCE  TO CONTRACTORS  56-1 Richards St.  Sey. 1781  [DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW GASES, OFFICE  and STORE FiTTiNGS  VOTZCS TO C0»T«iA.C*O*S.  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and • endorsed "Tender wharf  at Alice Arm, B. C.,"will be-received at  this offlce until 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,  October 26, 1920, for the construction of  a wharf at Alice Arm, Skeena District,  B   C  cPlans and/ forms of. contract can be  seen and specifications and forms of tender obtained at this Department, at the  office of the District Engineer at Prince  Rupert, B. C. and at the Post Office, Vancouver, B. C, and Alice Arm, B. C.  * Tenders will not be .considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and "in accordance with conditions con tainedf therein."  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  pavable to the order of the .Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 p.c. of the  amount of the tender. 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.  XOTE—Blue prints can be 'obtained at  this Department by depositing an accep-  ed "bank cheque for the sum of $10, 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,  by  iritn  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSOMIHING  Sey. 8765  " 1065 Jteiiiiiir St  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 cqyer a permanent;  in vestment.  Lightest, strongest, simplest  and most compact memo book.  TENDERS TOO  HIGH;   ARE  ALL ORDERED RETURNED  (Continued from  Pas= 1)  i>:  ress  igger  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 Irforocco.  Let us show the De Luxe i  Loose Leal Memo to YOU.  Western Specialty  572  Limited  Granville St.   -  Sioy.  3526  board had hoped to keep the -cost  within $15,000, as jthe four-room annexes to the Sir James. Douglas and  "Moss Street Schools cost only about  $12,000 a few months ago. Contractors specifying brick in construction  said they could build only a "shell"  for the approximate price mentioned;  so all brick bids were eliminated.  The buildings and grounds committee, composed of Trustees Aitken, Dr.  Melbourne Raynor and Mrs. *" Coady  Johnson, as well as Chairman, P. J.  Riddell, will'hold a conference with  the school architect, Major Spurgin,  and the contractors, .with a view to  arriving at some radical economies in  the design.  VOTXCB TO CONTRACTOR*  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed ".Tender tor 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 tie  seen -and specification and forms of Render obtained at this Department, at the  offices of the District Engineers at Victoria, B. C; Equity Building, Toronto,  0"nt.; Shaughnessy Building, Montreal,  P.Q , and at the Post Office, Vancouver,  B.  C.  Tenders   will   not   be   considered   un  less made on printed forms supplies! b;  the Department and in accordance w  conditions contained therein.  Each "tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque uon a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to five per cent.,-pf  the amount of the tender. 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.  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 Work.s, which will be returned  if the intending bidder submit a regular  bid.        - -  •   By ^rder. • ,  R.   C.   DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  Sept.  14,  1920.  • Sealed .Tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for  wharf, etc., at Hollyburn, B. C," will be  received at this office until 12 o'clock  noon, Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1920, for the construction of a wharf, repairs to crib and  dredging at Hollyburn, West Vancouver,  B. C.  Plans and forms of contract can lie  seen and specifications and forms of  tender obtained at this Department, at  the ,,omce of tho District Engineer at  New Westminster, B. C.; und at the Post  Offices,' Vancouver,- B. C, and Hollyburn,  B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made "on printed forms supplied by the  Dopartment and in accordance with conditions contained therein.  "Each tender'must .be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the order' or. the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 por, cent, of  the' amount of. the tender. War Loan  Bonds of the Dominion will also be accepted as security, or War Bondu and  cheques If required to make up old amount. ' .'  Wots—Blue prints' can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $10,  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. 4.  1920.  ROOFING  AND PAPER CO., LTD  Manufacturers of  Ready Roofing. Building Papers.  Dry   and   Saturated Felts*  Rarbados Roofing Paint  VICTORIA. B.C.  1 ' i      i ' 'rr;  J  "He is quite an artist, isn't he?"  asked Smith. "Yes," replied Brown.  "He painted an apple last week, and  the critics agreed it was rotten." >  WRIGHT BROS.  -- BUILDERS --  SEY. 3315       511 DUNSMUIR ST.  INLAY HARDWOOD FLOOR  COMPANY  J.    DlCRSOON,    MUMiaCR  FLOORS   LAID  AND  OLD  FLOORS  REFINISHED  929 Pender St. W. Sey. 9201  -Res. Phone: Worth Tan. 848  TO CONTRACTORS  '.'Soldiers' Housing- Scheme"  West Vancouver, B.  C.  Contractor's desirous of'tendering on  any of the above, houses can obtain  plans and specifications and any information" from the supervising architect.  Theo. Korner, 217-S Winch Building,  Vancouver,  B.  C.  WA2?TED. — Keopontsiblo position In  Constriction Coy.,. Lumber or VTood-  working' Coy., or Building Supplies. All  round building „ experience. Excellent  :-ofcrsr.co3. Tair. .3g87R or Box ICO,  Koccrd  Offlce.  IV 1  iP  ■•»  GENERAL   CONTRACTORS  We Specialise- In  ES1B0NSAL6W  GRTOIIR FIGURE  BEFORE YOU BUILD  Sey. 165 626 Hastings St. W.  ;    -mstmW  NICK  COSCO  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  EXCAVATING.   CONCRETE  WORK   AND  SEWERS.   GRADING   ROADS   AND  LAND   CLEARING  1367 Seymour St.  Sey. 7325-1  Wire Your Home  B.C. Electric  You 11 be surprised to find how  easily—cheaply—quickly, you  can wire your home Jor Electricity. Compared with ; the  convenience and comfort of  Electricity at your command,  by day or night, the cost is  small. ...  Costs of installation are increasing—now is the time to order  your wiring.  B. C Electric.  Phone Seymour 5000  425 Camill 1138 Granville  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  wharf at Srindspit, B. C," will be received at this office until 12 o'clock  noon, Tuesday, October -5, 1920, for the.  construction of a wharf at Sandspit,  Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte Group,  Skeena District, -B; C.  Plana and forms of contract can be  seen and specification and forma ot tender obtained at thTs Department, at the  office of the District Engineer at Prince  Rupert, B. C, and at the Post Office,  Vancouver, B. C. and Sandspit, B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms .supplied by tlie  Department, and In accordance with  conditions contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 per cent, of  the amount of the tender. 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.  Hots—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $10,  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. September  i. 1920.  u  NEVER LEAK " Roof Coating  Now is .the season to  «<i  recoat your Ready" Robfihg or Metar Roof:  Barrels or 4 gal. tins.  'A Stitch in Time Stives Nine."  PACIFIC ROOFING COa9 Limited  MANUFACTURERS  ■■Mfustrtal lalafid  Seymour   11S6  Vancouver, B.C."  Campbell & Grill  BsteMlsnsa 190S  Roof ins Contractors  BTAir wnroows—raw boobi  rv»STACx-r-vx:vTxxATrjra pah  SXTUOXTS—OEVXBAZ.  -bOW  jroBsrjrd  OT  npxxo—  1S38 Ssnnoar m.  ▼snoonrer, B. O.  ■syawav 89S1  MALTHOIP ROOFING  The Best that's made  8ales Agenta  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver, B. C.  . VOTXCX   TO   CONTBACTOBS.  Blchmond   District,   Woodwsrds-liadner  Perry.  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