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VOL. XX. No. 1
iabed Monday
Wednesday and Friday
published Monday VANCOUVER, B.C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920. „• S^S-tS^et
PBIOB-—Peer Tea* In -kdranoe   -
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Wood Preservative and Stain :-
Recommended  for all  woodwork,  Inside  and outside.    It  does not
evaporate, 'like ordinary stains, and as a result goes further.
Dressed lumber, 1 gallon covers 400 square feet.
Undressed' lumber, 1 gallon covers 250 square fep,
Shingles, 1 gallon brushed on,''covers 150 to""17*%'|	
Shingles   dipped 8 to 9 inches, 1% gallons to 1000 shingles.
pliare feet.
Wm. N. O'NEIL Co.,
Nm Mtht; S30; HOWE ST. Sey. 4795 - 4796
WORKS, Limited
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Granville Is. Seymoor 2172
When The Specifications Call For A Fan
Phone* or write for
Canadian "SIROCCO" Prices
TAYLOR  ENGir^feCfiifiNG COMPANY, Limited
Credit Foncier Building,       ,-..,..-.     ■-."■■■• Telephone aeymoar IWt
Roofing, Building
Papers, etc.
Building Partition
and Drain Tile
Phone 2988
— -■">.<.•    ..   CIsybMrn/irirftJ-ficii,, Special
FrOFCOLUMBIA AV *h»P«Hj gi^iefc. Prowod
Elk BrandCement; Reinforced
Stool, Hydreted
Lima, ate.
,„'     IN STOCK
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Special Bricks made to order.
Brick & Tile Co., Ltd.
6-Bce: 815 Dnncen Bids       >«7> TO*0
Works: OrsnvlUe Island      B.T.    815
Home Refrigeration
Install  a*
Made  In  Canad^  ^
Jamieson Engineering
Company   j
■•Phone'gey.  1.46 London Bids.
VICTORIA (Special)—The only item
that retards the immediate calling of
tenders on tfie substructure, ;p"- tHe
Johnson street viaiiuct, is tlie fact
that' as a for£3alityV\"an order-In-coun-
cil will have to bV passed ^y'5 tlie^ Dominion' cabinet sanctioning: the ; cbn-
etruction of the bridge on ^e, site, thai
has now been definitely agreed'on; according to an announcement made
yesterday by City Engineer F. M.
Preston.'upon^his,return'from the east
where lie has been conferring with
federal ^'authorities ,at^O£tawa':}a|id C.
P. R.'engineers* at Montreal, In regard,
to some final details, of the projected
bridge. In any event,, tlie city engineer expected all these minor formalities will have been aompletVd in about
Company, .Limited
Architectural Paints and Varnishes
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1320 RICHARDS ST.   . SEY. 8199 V^MCOUylR, I.C.
Architect James A.  Benzie Calling
For Tenders On Two Point
Grey  Bungalows
Plans are now ready and selected
tenders are being called by Architect,
James A. Benzie, 722 Standard bank
building, for the erection of two cosy,
pix-room bungalows to be erected soon
»n Shaughnessy Heights, Point Grey.
Both of these bungalows are of some-.'
vvhat similar exterior design although
differing considerably in interior arrangements, and are expected to cost
In the neighborhood of 16,000 each.
One of the new residences is for
Miss Ida Smith, and is to be erected
at the corner of Thirty-fifth avenue
and Yew Street. The other is to4 be
built on Twenty-ninth avenue west,;
for Mr. "Lome D. Graham. Both will
"be of frame and stucco .construction,
vrith full concrete basement, hardwood
floors and hot water heating. Separ-
«t_Ht*nders will-probably be called for
the sub-trades." ■ ' y
ftobin Hood Boiler* and Radiation
Seymour 9570
10S-  Main St.
T. A. WALSH & Co., Ltd.
Machinery and  Supplies
- _B.C. Distributors For "
Say: 4738 - 4739 .   _ 858 .60 Cambie St.
J. A.  FLETT Limited
BuHdSng Hardware; Tools & Cutlery, Spaldings
Athletic Goods, Guns and Ammunition
Fishing Tackle ....,"
Phi!pot-Mac£onald Co., Limited.
Electrical Engineers
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1573 Main St; P»»one :"   Fair* 3S23
L. B.
Why Not I-Tse A
Heating Boiler?
w-tich. ifivoB 25 por cent, moro efflc-
ienoy than cast iron boilers, and
burna any ltina o. fxtol witli splendid
Vulcan Iron Works Ltd.
Granville Island     Vancouver, B..C.
Messrs. Hodgson, King & Marble,
contractors, 550 Hastings street west,
t v.ho have the general contract for the
trection of the new bank building at
Marpole for the Royal Bank of Canada, have awarded a number of subcontracts in connection with the erection of that structure. Progress on
the erection of the building has been
considerably hampered by,the wet
weather of late, but (the contractors
have overcome most q£ the handicaps
now, and when thee roof is on shortly,
will be able to make much better progress in completing the job. The subcontracts awarded on the structure
are as follows:
Plumbing and heating, Messrs.
& Anderson.
Painting, Mr. E. A. Lee.
Plastering, Mr. XV. A. Parsons.
Millwork, J. Arnot & Sons.
Sheet  Metal   and   roofing,   Messrs.
Campbell & Grill.
Stonework, Mr. W. S. McDonald.
Architects  Dalton   &
Designing   New   Quarters
Eveleigh   Are
for  '
A commission has been received by
Architects Dalton & Eveleigh;. Davis
Chambers, to prepare plans and specifications of a building that is intended
as an addition to the general hospital
at Smithers, B. C. The new structure
ia intended as .quarters' for the l_"dy
superintendent and. an administration
tmildingi and will be erected in,a
semi-detached position by the main
hoppital building. Further, particulars
will be published later in •'these
columns. <      ""   _■<
VICTORiA (Special)—Acting on the
recommendation of City Medical
H«alth Officer, 'Arthur G. Price, the
city council devoted most of Wednesday and today to an inspection of
8 bout eighty old buildings situated in
various, portions of(tthe city,, at,least
teventy-seven of which are slated for
demolition, according to the city medical health ^officer.   ,    ( t
The razing of these buildings has
been .under .consideration, for some
timei.and the. matter has been allowed
i drag along through .the summer
•months in. the expectation that the
owners in many cases would take action.^ themselves.     As many    of the
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London & BritishJIfrtli
America Co
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Call and »oc n», or phono.
South End of Connaught Bridge
Phone Fair. 918-919.   Vancouver, B. C.
POINT GREY—The Memorial Hall
community drive Cor funds for the erection of a suitable memorial hall for
Point Grey, .which has been rather
quiescent during the summer months,
is to be taken up with renewed vigor
this winter,- 'according to a' decision
arrived by the G. .W.-.V. A. at its meeting on Wednesday night. It is planned to hold a meeting,in/the near future to discuss plans fov continuing the
campaign and secur/'ag the balance required to proceed With the erection,
of the Memorial Hall. A number of
representative business men of the
community are behind the scheme.  ■
VICTORIA (Special)—Following the
Teceipt of*a'petition signed by several
hundred residents  in the vicinity  of
Rock  Bay,  who complained that the
pr-'-esenY'old Rocl. -Say .bridgeshadj,jy">t
only outlived its, usefulness . but was
also, getting unsafe,  the city  council
yesterday, considered a suggestion  of
transferring. „ the  '^'present    Johnson
street  bridge .to  the J-ock Bay" site
when   the, new   viaduct   on   Johnson
street is "built., ,
_. That such a project would be feasible was reported by City' Engineer
Preston who had not time to make a
careful estimate of the cost however.
The city would -be obligated to move
the present central span and in fact,
the whole of the present Johnson
street bridge as soon as the new viaduct was completed. The moving of
tire central span of the /ohnson
street bridge would be about "all that
would be required, and this could.be
easily floated onto a couple of scows
and moved down to the Rock Bay site
after the present 'antiquated span
ihere had been removed. It would be
an easy task, he stated, to remodel
the approaches to the Rock Bay
bridge to conform to the transposed
span. The question was referred to
the city engineer to bring in a more
complete report and estimate of the
cost at the next meeting of the city-
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_._»-«       aUtfH .pMfl at—-—Prim   Iwniiti, etc.
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Structural Steel For Every Pur|
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Canadian Northwest steel cox Ltd.
'^almost 8396 sad 9397
'.': There-are .just an even two hund-.
red nice, new certificates of competency in the art of plumbing madeout
and , waiting their respective claimants in the city building inspector's
office at the city hall. They represent
that number, of local master and
journeymen plumbers who have successfully^ passed the examination for
their trade, as conducted by the civic
oxaminatiqn board.. City Plumbing
Inspector H. R.* Simmer's recommends
the!,.'owners of these certificates to
call and get them as soon as possible
as'their, presentation will be required
soon on all plumbing work or future
permits issued.
Tho*. O. KcBrld* ft Co,
Tor Bali toy
CTbuunitlon «i'White: sVa.B«.' ColamiA a. Sraas. 1ML.
■uad the Bitch.* Oontr»ct_i_g' A Bapplr •Ce*#«X*d»--   — -
Also hy CMU«y Bro», W•**■" W««tm_n»t«r. Th» Ehura« Bead A Or»T«l Co,
Etraxae, and th« 0_*-.t Weet BmaA * Sre««l>Oe^-rocth V«_Mouver— -- .   -.
Head   Office
102  Moody Block
Bsx-n-o-tcxHO snssi-:—
I_arge stocks of Mild Steel Bars.
Bars to details.
We cut to length.    Cold Twist and Bend
Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts. Tie Bolts, Cast Iron "Washers. We are prepared
to furnish large orders pf Special Bolts on short notice.
Seymour 4660
J. S3__tTH. Managrer
152 Alexander St.   Vancouver, B.C.
Twenty" "STeort" _*_Ej>*--<m^3 In all Braa«_ie«
of •-■ EleotrJcal "Worl- .' In«pec«on—Expert
Advlo* --• Trouble "Wo*-*—linstalltag ~-
wtndlnff—-All Work Otu-rsnteed.
Just Received  100,000, and' More  F-*ollowing
Also See us For
";      . 1561 Granville Street
Phone Seymour 9163
Westminster Iron Works
Office and Works Tenth Street  ..:"?*•       '      (
New Westniiiisier, B. 0. ■      '^^    Phone 53
'<$■ «  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  I Hanbury & Co.  LHOTED  EXCAVATING  and r   r  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St.  Bayview 1076   .  British Columbia Record  (Establiahed  1911)  Published   every   Monday,   Wednesday  andFriday by the  Record Publishing Co., Ltd.  A newspaper or general circulation^  featuring Building, Contracting. Engineering. Industrial, Shipbuilding. Alining.  Automobile, Provincial. City and Harbor  Cmprovements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and Plant  629 Pender St.W., Vancouver, B. C.  Plate, Sheet, Figured,  Wlred,Art,Prlsm,  Colored, etc. ~  Wholesale and Retail  W. MOLT & SON  426—436 Dufferin St. Fairmont 1238  Bevelling  and  Silvering  NooeaoN      r. t. kin*     wm. o. marsls  fj_, -M. IX.T.  O.  K. M.  ■•  ■•  O.  BDG.0N, KING & MARBLE  Contractors & Engineer*  SM LniN BMf.     Seynnr 6506  lie Home Bank of Canada  SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT  r. e. NICKERSON  446 Kaetlnce Bt. Weet  VemoosTer, R. C.  NM 8rey Btikht»g Supply  •., ooMMJfr  Gravel. TorpedovGravel. Ocnehed  Brick, Lime, Plaster, CeoMnb etc  ENEO   PLA8TEMNG  BANO  6 3-1 Aafas «. ft  ». C.  PHONE SEYMOUR 7808  8abecrlpt.on Ratss  Per Year in Advance  - 110.00  Per Month      100  all   subscriptions   are   payable   strictly  in   advance.  *       omcux OROAR.  The  British   Columbia   Record   la  the  official organ of The Architectural Ina-tt-  tute of British Columbia, federated with  The- Royal   Architectural' Institute   of  Canada and as such is used by them ae  the medium through which to make tt-eir  »ffloi3a   announcements   to   the   general  public.  By such selection the British Colnm-  t>la Reoortl ie no wise pledged to editorial support of any policy advaneed  by these uoc'ettas, hat main tains an absolutely htdeftendent position oa all aur.t-  tere subject to editorial oeinlon.  ASK  BIDS  FOR   ADDITION  TO   CANYON   CITY^SCHOOL  The provincial department of public works is calling for tenders onr the  construction of a one-room addition to  the Canyon City school, in the Kaslo  electoral district. Plans; specifications  and form of contract may be secured  from the government agents at the  court-houses in Vancouver and Nelson, or the department at Victoria.  Tenders will close at noon otv Tuesday, October 19, with A. E. Foreman,  provincial government engineer.  LEEK & Co, LIP  ,.  SCVMOtllt Ml  SIMM A HOT WATER HEATING  PIPE BENDING ,  10M> HOMtR STMCT  ■sT*"*"1  " S WtAYWHIT-r*  aC end Xime Spraying 'Xach-  vae for interior ft S-tterlor Weik  F.Iii CUMMINGS  AND COMPANY' "„•  ''•'"''•Bay.  146 Homer St.  5507  Gunzeon C& White .  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  wobk I'A-rs/^Mraa.^.  l___  M4T  183 Cordova St. S.  It-is pointed out  a>  crushing and  tensile    strength  HARDWOOD FLOORS  "Stay-Put"  Brand  KDLNDRIED  STAY DRY  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  17,On_a. Bt.  Bay. 1887  Robertson & Devey;  CnstaMrs and Conetructdra^  Bt-np, Reports- Corrstnictiw  ial Plants, Buildings and Equipment  ves  and   Piers,      Power  i*iant_  Induatrial Railways  Concrete, Steel and Timber Structures  502YORKSHIRE BLDG.   SEY.9217  YOUR PRINTING  SHOUJ-D BE  A   100%   #  Advertising Medium  WE CAN MAKE IT SO  THE VETERAN PRESS  A.  HAZELDINE  PRINTING   CO.  . Vhone Bey. 31S  516 Vender W.  TWO  CONVENIENT  LOCATIONS  At either of which the, business, musrt and-women of  the cltv are certain of tho  kind of meals they want at  reasonable prices.  CONCRETE'S   RESISTANCE   TO  BLOWS SHOWN BY  TESTS  . Among, other valuable lessons learned during the war was some interest-'  ing knowledge regarding the resistance of .concrete to blows, somej of  the most ..valuable information in this  respect coming from'our late enemies,  tbe Germans.  The results-of heavy trucking and  constant' battering on some, of" the  thinner concrete roads in use'in -wartime is adding weight- to the growing  opinion that concrete roads should be  made thicker to meet the' demand for  modern motor traffic. This fact gives  additional importance to. the. view of  numerous engineers that tha.failures  of concrete under such'circumstances  is due to fatigue, which, eventually results in.fracture. ■ -*, ;: * • -iV  .< .  - .   ■■    , r - ■   -    ,--.*:  In this connection there is special  interest in the exhaustive tests made  ■by a noted German'expert, "Dr. Ras-  cow, to determine, ther resistance" of  concrete to blows  ;that  tests are excellent 'for judging the  comparative values of cement and,concrete ' for, ^ordinary building. purposes.  Yet when these materials are to be  used under conditions where they will  be subjected to repeated* blows or  vibrations, as for instance, in concrete roads, a third test should be added.  Dr.-Pascow worked on an elaborate  investigation in order to determine  the value of a test in which a 2%-inch  cube of the material is subjected to a  large number of blows applied, by.a  miniature pile driver. Atrthe, same  time, he* investigated the minimum  height from which a weight must be  dropped on a block of cement.mortar  or cocrete in order to crack it at the  first blow.  , These experiments showed that resistance to blows depends more - on  the elacticity and touchness of the aggregate, and also on the hardening  period, rather than on the cement,  provided enough cement is used to  form a suitable binder. Curiously  enough, while the crushing and tensile strengths increased with the age  of the materials, its resistance to  blows decreased.  The tests and conclusions arrived  at by this undoubted authority indicate that there is no definite relationship either between the crushing or  tensil-T strength and the resistance of  the material to •_. falling weight. Dr.  Pascow's death occurred before he  was able to entirely complete the  tests he set out to accomplish, but the  results of his labors have been published and sent to eminent engineers  all over the world.  No. 1  No. 2  HO CORDOVA ST. WEST  .612.  PENDER    ST.   WEST  Cafe  "The Good Food Restaurants"  HAS PLAN TO RELIEVE  THE  HOUSING  PROBLEM  HAMILTON, Ont.—City Clerk Kern  has a unique suggestion to relieve the  housing problem. He suggests that  a' number of public-spirited landlords  get together and rent their property  pnly to people who have families. He  thinks this would overcome the handicap of the selfish landlords who will  not rent homes to .people with children.  PLANS   NEW   BANK  FOR   LANGLEY  PRAIRIE  Architects, Gardiner & Mercer, 827  Birks building, who were commissioned some time ago by the Royal Bank  of Canada to prepare,plans for a new  branch bank for that financial institution'at Langley'Prairie, hajre now  completed the plans and are receiving  tenders from selected contractors for  the new bank building.  The plans show that the structure  will be u two-story one of frame construction. It will have a "frontage of  24 feet and a depth.of 15 feet and the  entire lower floor will be laid out for  banking office accommodation. The  building will- cost about $14,000 and  will have quarters and' accommodation for the staff on the upper floor.  There will be a small annex adjoining which will contain the heating  equipment and lavatory. The architects expect to award the contract  about the end of next week.  Classified Advertising  Record Readers are, as* a rule, business  and professional -men who have tho  money to buy something food If they  desire it. If you have something good  to soil let the Record readers know  about lt. The averngo purchasing  power of th« Record reader ia greater than that of any other publication  in Brtish Columbia.  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  Factories,      Houses ' and  Garages   Repaired.     General  Carpenter   and   Construction   Work.  JOKW   P.   MORRIS  8*7. 3418  Sey. 931 Evening*        1798 Robson St.  INSURANCE  IN ALL ITS  BRANCHES  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  ESTABLISHED X» 1886  MACHINERY  (Continued from Page 1)  buildings, are utterly unfit for. human  habitation and some are in a really  dangerous condition from'a structural  standpoint,. the civic medical health  and building authorities are taking  joint action .in urging oh the .council  that the ramshackle structure' be torn  down at once and in some cases the  debris utilized-for fuel.-   .  CITY'S NEW POLICE BOAT  CHRISTENED IN DUE FORM  Sponsored by Mrs. W. R. Owen,  wife of Aid! Owen, chairman of the  civic fire and police committee, there  w&s launched yesterday from Hoffar  Bros.y ways, Coal. Harbor, the new  police patrol cruiser, officially named  the "William McRae" in honor of the  former chief of police "who recently  resigned owing to ill-health. The  launching was carried out .with all  due ceremony, - a C bhttle of real  "French Fizz," ■ gold4bppVd ' 'nevery-  thing, being deftly broken on the prow  of the trim, cabin cruiser, as she took  the initial, .plunge shortly after- 3  o'clock yesterday. •"-  The new craft was built by Hoffar  Bros, under the supervision of Mr. T.  Hall-day, naval architect, from plans  and specifications which he prepared.  Hoffar Bros, tender was nearly $2,000  lower than the next lowest of the five  tenders submited to the city council,  and nearly $10,000 lower than the  highest tender of the lot, submitted  by a North Vahcouve?;firm of boat  builders. The tender was only for the  construction of the hull and equipment, exclusive of tbe engine, which  io.a four-cylinder, JO-horsepower plant  which was formerly'installed in.tfc,e  city's old police patrol boat, and which  was taken but and.given a thorough  overhauling after the hull of the old  patrol boat had outlived its usefulness.  The ,new craft, whose graceful lines  and proportions wer,e. much admired  by those who attended the launching  and trial trip which followed, is 40  .feet over all with 9 feet beam and  will have a speed of about twelve  miles an hour. Her staunch build and  trunk cabin design will enable her to  go out in the Gulf in any weather, a  FINE   WAREHOUSE   FOR  MISSION   MERCHANT  There is now being prepared in the  drafting rooms of Architect A. E. Henderson, Davis chambers, the plans for  a two-story,  reinforced  concrete  and  u  hollow tile feed storage warehouse  which is to be erected in Mission City  shortly. This structure will have the  distinction of being fhe first rein-  forcedrOijncrete building in the Fraser  "vvj  Valley town, and will be erected and  occupied by Mr. T. E. Cutler, a prominent merchant of Mission, who intends -to reduce the fire risk on his  stock of feed to the absolute minimum.  As soon as the plans are ready,  which is expected to be in about a  week's time, they will be forwarded  to the owner who intends to .erect the  building 'under his own direction.  The warehouse will be 60 by 104 feet  in size and will .be very substantially  constricted, capable of carrying a  much heavier load than grain in case  -it should be desired at any time to do  so. - v  Hoisting enc-ines  ■ails  locomotive*!,   lathes,  cura,  machinery of  all  wire  rope,  ra'  kinds.  lfAT-ONA-.  MAOHXHRRT   CO.  996 Main Bt. Boy. 609  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   BouRht  a«d Sold.  b. c. ttQxmnann 00- vttt.  Bank of Ottawa BM*. , Sey. MMO  Sae  Us  For Al] Kinds of Machinery  ■AOXZ-niBT  OO.  X.TD.  1396 -Uc-uutfa St.   • Bey. 7443-7443  739 Hastings St. W. Sey. 7830  Ground Floor, Winch Bldg.  Vancouver, B. O.  '  RErmOERATION  kf BtUtf "plNtS M- MM StMlff tflllBL   Sut-  ita" rafrifMitm mt pbiU fir al cnIic pirpwts  MACHINE SHOP REPAIR WORK OF  EVERY DESCRIPTION.  Undo Canadian Re)frig«ratfon  Company Limited  500 Campbell Aye- ' High. 822  J  fflti  EflGRAUIflG 6  C0L0RTYPE B  DESIGNERS IT E/--K-RAV/ERS  443 mCMAROS  ST. DunMcCPV'TCfll  IS  BIDS ARE   INVITED  FOR  VANDERHOOF SCHOOL  Mr. "A. E.' Foreman, provincial pub:.  lie works engineer, is calling for tend-,  fers on the construction of a four-room  frame school and out-buildings at  Vanderhoof, in the Fort George elec:  toral district. Tenders will be receive,  ed up to noon of Friday, October 22.  Flans and specifications can be seen',  at the offices of the government agents  ii* the court houses at Vancouver  8nd Fort George, or from A. E. Mitchell, recretary of the school board at  Vanderhoof.  STORE   ADDITIONS   FOR  PREMISES  ON   ROBSON   ST.  -^ Plans'are now being prepared in*  the offices" of Architects Townley &  Matheson, 325 Homer street, for extensive alterations and additions to the  premises at 1270 Robson street. The  plans will bevre§dy about the end n!  this .week and 'selected tenddrs will,  be caliec by the architects for the  work.  The project includes the erection of  two storey addition flanking the pres-  tlht dwelling, comprising a building 66  by 66 ieet in size of brick and hollow  .tile.    A number of improvements and  quality which the former patrol boat ,c,iange_  to the pregent dwe„ing an(,  connections    between the two    struc-  lacked owing to being buiit too light  A large number of city, police and  harbor board officials* attended the  launching wh^ch passed off very successfully.  lures will also be provided for. The  ccst of the addition and improvements  is expected to run in the neighborhood of ?10,000.  If you don't know  Walker  Robinson  Limited  The Tailors  You Should  Jobs You'd  Never Hear Of  but for our"Dominion-wide news-  gathering    facilities   can   be   re-  - ported on your .desk every morn-'  tag.    A  biff dally stream of  live  "prospects"     that    your    selllnK  force  will  be -keen   to  turn   Into  . orders. . ,"  * , ,-'  •  Building & Engineering  contract information, definite and  clean-cut.   Is  here  awaiting  you.  It   will-cut -down   your   selling ••  M1expense.    It" will   increase   your,!,  business—speed 'up   your'" sales- -  men.        ', >,"■,,"  "Write for full Information, ■    „  XacXmn Bally Reports, I.Lmlt«d.  ,813 Wlncli Bldf- Vancouver, B.C. ,-  ■'  Ts-sphona—Seymour 2013.  ARCHITECTS REGISTER  AT ONCE.  Architects Act of B. C. 1920  To nil Architects practicing In the  Province of, British Columbia. Take  notice that the organization of the  Council' of the Architectural Inatl-  tute has been completed and notice  thereof < has been published In the  British'Columbia Gaxeite, in accordance' with the Act. Now. therefor,  it is necessary for-all persons practicing . Architecture to cause tils or  her name to be'reglstered with the  Secretary of the Institute, together  with credentials satisfactory to the  council of being dompetent and in  prao.ice and by paying to the secretary-the fee* made payable in that  behalf.--     "-'-,,-  Forms of application for registration can be obtained from the secretary.  ' AH communications, requests for  forms or Information must be made  in writing addressed to the secretary.  Absolutely nc information will be  Striven  by  telephone.  By order of the Council,  t    I**. L.  TOWN LEV,  '. Secretary.  325-Homer Street. ' %  Vancouver,  B. C. '        *  REPORTS  PEARSON WRE ft IRON  y-Z-   WORKS  ORKAMEKTAL IRON  .WORKERS, WIRE WORK-  ERS and WEAVERS  Nothing, too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we Ttiake it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  • :*-.  Robert W. Hunt & Co., Ltd.  lN«l»gCTINQ —d TKSTIiWI IWQIWltWS  218 Standard Bank Bldf. #    Phona Baymoor 210B  RaaMant Inaaaetara at an Larv* ManufactaH«s Cairtraa  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  LIGHT and POWER        MOTOR REPAIRS        STORAQC BATTERIES  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  S70 Richards Rt.  •Fhona  Seya-oo*   175  GILLEY BROS.. Limited  CRUSHED ROCrT™SAND   -   GRAVEL  . ALL   KINDS   OP   BUILDING   MAtSSaL  ....        ._-      _. ...     »02 Columbia Strwt Waat  Phona 15 and 16 N#w WaatmlnaUr, B.C.  PACIFIC LIME  loBd By ——  ALL DEALERS  625 Fender St.W.  -j  CANADIAN JOHNS -MANVILLE  Company, Limited.  ^■*»»R»R»BRR*BR»  Asbestos and its allied products  Roofing  and   Roof Coatings  Pipe Insulations.   Mastic Flooring  •n-  738 HASTINGS ST., VV.  SEY. 4427  THE shipping GUIDE  The  Official Shipping Paper  REPORTS ON DEEP-WATER SHIPPING TO AND FROM ALL PORTS  OF THE WORLD. AUTHENTIC INFORMATION FURNISHED TO SHIP-  PERS 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. C.  PHONE:- SEY. 7808  J . ■ <^ZZcyZ^ mttvjv*,^  :v.  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ADKISON & DILL  GENERAL* CONTRACTORS  SPECIALISTS in REINFORCED CONCRETE  325 Mil St Se»* "■•■•«1-M«  Artistic Wire & Iron Works  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Wort and  aU kln«» •* Wire Worlt^^  112.16 Dufferin   St. Fair. 264 8  BAIN BROS.  Lathing RiHl Pta»t«rlns Contr'.  ccv  838 HIGH. 1108  S        403 PENDER ST. W.  CONTR   CTORS  SUPPLIES    -    MACHINERV   -   EQUIPMENT  We havs everything to assure you a complete and efficient Contract  New and Used Plant at tlie Right Price—Phone Se-vmour 8475        . .  If You Raad "More \Ugbt Bsna Por Onr "EHOBRRO" Catalofrue of Ufftttag- ■•£  STEAM   AND   ELECTRICAL   JOISTS   AND   MATERIAL   ELEVATOR^CONCRETE   MIXERS  REDCLIFF   PRESSED   BRICK—RIGKETSONS   MORTAR   COLOR—QUALITY   AND    PRICE   RIGHT  THE    BIG   SUPPLY    HOUSE OF WESTERN CANADA  GORMAN, C*LANCEY AND GRINDLEY,.Ltd.  511 DOMINION BLDG. PHONE:     SEY    .475  VANCOUVER EDMONTON CALUAKX  British Columbia Ceiling  & Roofing Co. Ltd.  ' H.   FRITH  SMITH.   MANAGER  HKjem   mtjtax.   oontbactohh   **»»   jij»vxcrrAO.  TcnrKiis.   viovr   ads  oica-tex.   hoofem.  Fair. 1267 ^    523 7th Av«. Weat  Comtrudioix  Baynes & Horie  General   Contractor*  136 Howe St S«JMM WM  EDWARD COX  Qanaral Contractor  Cablnat MaMas rtataraa  Sey. 1163 1285 Pettier St W.  ni-nuowm tabu show* botx.*oiwob cos^ho  fs.ooo   or   ovrm,  w, "«f   w™"101   M  tJBTDEB WAY, OR OH WRICK CORTRACTS HAVE RREK MTBPT CORSTRUCWOH ROT YET BTARTEP. _  McLeod Sheet Metal Works  Furnaces,    Roofing,    Cornice*.    Sky-  lig"lits   and   General  Bbset  RCotal  Work  Seymour  7177  1042  Richards  St.  R.N.DICER&Cb.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS    ,  ARMATURE AND MOTOR WINDING  REPAIR   DEPARTMENT  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  "Phone Sey. 824 (Day ana Right)  1256 Pender St. XV Sey.  9316-R  Sey. 7965 J   Night Phone Sey. 637  W. W. FRASER  Elactrlcal Engineer And     *  CONTRACTOR  602 Hast. St. W.        Vancouver, B. O.  Character        Coat  Three-Htory   Bank  _.._ 1300,000  Alterations    *  ».*/./«««  Alters*,   to  Hank   Kc-sklence    Three-Storey   Bid*.;   lUitsirJence     Can   Plant   _ .   ltvsldenve   ' .'   Addns.   to  Bank    "Power   House   Kt-Hldence  ,  Jam  and  Sugar Rooms....  Hesldenco      .Store   Bldp   Residence - -   Residence     Residence   •  Theatre    DAVIES CONSTRUCTION CO.  Contractor*  General  MM Blif.   Viiwwirj.C.  DOMINION CONSTRUCTION  Company, Limited  Oanaral Contractors  SO* Richards St   -   »oy. »20  W.GREENLEES  coRrmAOTom  407 Cordova St. W. Seymour 108^  ~1he FOUNDATION CO^  of b:c;u««ted  contractors mid emoimeers  Stiri-ilBiBl Btdj„',   Sty. 7920  B--e*Ba*e*e*B*i*e*we*B'B*aaaaaaaaaasaas"      ^ ^   -ta ■■  harrisonTDK  Industrial Engineers  JVH0W3535 501 Pacific Bldg  Residence     Residence  -   As-ronomy  Barn    Residence       Residence  «   Warehouse Exten   Residence      Residence .:   Residence  ,-   Residence -   Residence" — -   Excavation  &   Fill   1'avlng — ~., - '• -  Completing   Residence     Dwelling A Garage     Bungalow'. —    Dwelling  - -■-"   Dwelling — —  Store  Building      .Dwelling.  ~ -   Warehouse ._.--. -   Dwelling    Dwelling  -   Residence  —   Additions •. - -  Residence —     Bank _...: - -   Bridge   Repairs   Residence      ltesldenc;   -   Residence   - —  High School    High School  -   Residence  —-  Alterations   RemodeUlne   Residence  Addns   to   Bldgs--—   Additions to residence .  Dwelling      Dwelling    -   Dwelling    —    Dwelling   ...v - r-  Residence    '. -   Residence       Residence       Residence i  - •• -  Residence     • -"•  Residence '      Residence    Dwelling    - -—-  Dwelling  -"-"   Remodci Building     Warehouse      Remodelling  $100,000    J 15.000     $20,000   $60,000     $78,600   $34 0,000     fll,500~   $30,000   $10,000  ......  $10,000   $9,000      $1&,000'   $13,500  Pei centage     $7,000      $5,000  ....  $400,000  Z.ZZ'iiMo      $7,000  _ $11,000   $14.f*U0      $5,000   $10,000  ....    $15,500      $10,000  .,„...  $10,000      $7,000      $5,000   $513,001     $55,000  ...; $28,000   $5,100  „' ' $5,400    $5,000  _   $7,500   $20,000  „    $5,000     $25,000  $5,000  GREATER VANCOUVER  "Location    9walx  Seymour & Hast.-.Unlon flank of Canada  Cordova St.....j„....;.......-David Spencer; Ltd.  Hastings & Hamilton..Bank of Hamilton  ^Marine Drive .............. .^.'......George -Kidd  Gore' and -.Peri'der ....Chinese Nat.  League  Marine Drive .....;?...................B. *D. Rogers  .False Creek' .^.......'......"Vancouver Gas Co.  Angus Ave. & 27th.j.:.; .....W. B. Karris  Cordova St. .E........:......Banlc  of Montreal  Drake St. ......^....Dominion Canners Ltd.  49th  St., Magee ... ....Mrs. J. W.  Allan  Drake St.... Dom. canners of B.C. Ltd.  20th  &  Margaret  St .......F.   G.   Bvarts  318-20 Pender St. E...„.„....._.H. ,F. Tong  Point Grey ...................:-..C. A. "Wlckens  t53S   Marguerite... R.   Mowbray  G919 Cypress ■■...l;.l.'.ji:....'..'..Mrs. M. A.  Ross  800 Block Sey. St...B. C. Paramount Ltd.  27th"&'Ca7tVe7""!'.""!"!..l.! '....W. J. Read  Shaughnessy   Heights B.   J.   Jayne  Point Grey   -U. ot  B.C.  Connaught St •"*• Y. Griffin  6726   Laburnum D.   Robertson  159 Water St A. *\Slade Co.  Avenue   "D"   Shaughnessy .M.   Rector  17th Ave: _ Dr. C. H. Vrooman  Cartler & Connaught Dr H. J. Perrin  1185  10th Ave. W M. J. CoiXlson  3807  12th Ave. W G. E. Adams  Ballantyne Pier  Dom.  Uovrmt.  City  Streets .._ City of  Vancouver  Shaughnessy Heights  -^•»?'T.1rUj  27th Ave. & Carter St C. N. Wood  2011 37th Ave. XV .....„.J.Hum-.  1997 35th Ave. W W. H. Collard  4564  3rd Ave. W ...-W.  Brimf  Cordova  &  Columbia ..J.   Mernstien  1780   13th Ave. XV Mrs.  E.  E.  Murray  Industrial   Island _ Gibsons    Ltd  .. „     RSfi 2Sth Ave. W  -S. Colling*.  „ $5,000 J $556   Laburnum...o --A.  L.   Bamwe  J. R. TACEY & SON  heating, ventilating and  GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK  R. MONCRIEFF  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  328 Rtrk'a Bldg.  ■•ymoor 4608  . ...  $9,000  .'_"    $7,000  $12,000  .'.".  $30,000   $10,500  '*" $5.S00  "" .   ...$20,000  "" $7,300  """ 136,347  "" $l*-75.000  $12,000  ~"".7Z.   $5,000  '„ $5,000   $25,000  $12,000  Zl.    $5,000    '$$.000      $5.S00  Architect      Contractor  Sum'ville & Putman.-Hodgson. K. & Mar.  -  Dominion  Constr.  Co.  A E. Hfcnderson J- C: Allen  Townley A Matheson./E. J. Ryan Con. Co.  Edwardes Sproat J.- McGougan  Bernard C. Palmer....Domlnion Const. Co.  j  Owners  h'."hT"Gi'l'iVngharn ' S, J. Newitt  Honeyman & Curtis Baynes  A Horie  1   E. Parr  Fredk. Sherborne  Honeyman & Curtis A. L.  Ramage  J' E. Parr  S.  J. Newitt  H. H.  Gillingham   S. J.  Newitt  Contractor    W.   H.   Chow  Downing & Kyall  J- Lalng       Owner   ZZ.............ZZ........St<'V.-a.rt  &   *oltart  Thos.  Lamb.  Toronto....Dom.  Constr.  Co.  Townley & Matheson, Supervises Archts.  Townley A Matheson ...W- •J-.."***1"  Townley A Matheson J. B. ^lrrlln5  Sharp &'Thompson..... S."N. McLeod  Mackenzie &.Bo***..,..!...'.....C- F. Robinson  Townley & Mathesbn A. L.  Ramage  .      Dominion  Constr.  Co.  Mackenzie A Bow  Blackley & Cp.  James A. Benzie-Rogers. Bros. & Sinclair  James A. Benzie..Rogers Bros£,f.Sl£^^   '"•"-" -'" "ZZZZZZ.S.   A.   Pellar   ~ -...Grant   &   McDonald  ' ." .'".V.CoYumD'ia'''Bithulithic   Co     Ltd.  Bernard C. Palmer &J. K. Sinclair  *•;  "J ZZZZ..C7 j. Phillips  ...    Owner   ' ZIZZf". XV. Farley  *|^Simmonds:;....Snider Broa.^nSo»  uwner    ~y " *'. T.  MoClay  7 "." .C-Bargain"Sales  Realty Co.  ■      Owner   - '- M. C. Griffith  Maclure & Lprt..., .--.-. J- °:i^<l0^t_l  Gardiner & Mercerr...Hodgson. King A M  Connaught  Bridge ^CU^ of ^anco^ver  ISanSliSn.::::-c^kKa^?I  Seymour  361-7  1160 Seymotir  St.  W. BRADSHAW  GRATES TILES and MANTLES  MOSAIC   FLOORS  LAID  JOBBING ATTENDED TO      -  Fboaa *rraa*r 178 X   446 45tn A  V . * —  .T*. S.  JENKINS ELECTRICAL  Company, Limited  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  EX.ECTRIOAZ.      JWHTAIjl^ATIOiVB      O*      EVEK*  DitSCKIPTIOX. XUiCTHlCAJ.    SDTPIJKli  Bey. 9512  539 RUln RtzMt  S*  Specialist   In   Cement   Work  ED. HUGGINS  F-&AXR   AX9   ORRARrffTAX  FXJkSTERSR  Ray.  2535-R.  3528  Third  ATI.  W.  Percy F. Letts  Btttrical Fj{«tir a^CMtritUi  Bay  Klg^i-Clasa   "Electrical -Work  and   1-lxtnras  441 3041  Granville  St.  SAMUEL B. REDBURN  XAX80BHRTJIO   ARTS   T1RTIRO  ▲ 8FRCIA&TT  ;"   ZSTXMATXR GZVRR  PnoB* Pairmont 484 R   -'  314 7th At«. B.r VaacottTar. R. O.-  MAIN ELECTRIC  OERERAX  REPAIRS —ARMATPRR '  WXV9ZRO — 8WITCR30ARJSR  ZRSTAZ.'bATZORR  247Ha$tmpSL,L  St|.3l5«  44C9 Angus"Ave.... ."..Mrs. M. C- Healy  -jorlcho  .'.Jericho Country Club  ConnauVbt" Drive  ._C. B. MoAUlster  Marpole   Royal Bank of Can"^a  Eng neer's Dept.  v;:-^£TJn?^™  i^/ifi f>7th Ave   W        C. Woodburn  Matthews Avt. A W^ar^..JR  Duncan  9io7 rnlHn"-wood St ■- R- H. Ward i Gillam & aoumai"...... —,-,-"*J"A„T«.^~'T'arrtiff  louthCVannc%u«LSSo. Van. School Board ] Twizell. Bird.> & Twlzcl r-^r xartlff  Marpole .^.-.--Pt. ,Grey Schoo^Board   Twizell, Birds A _^^hufchiil & Son  ;»ooa  illi'Pine" Street ......~ -~-W- ^fcJl«*n  R   C. M. P. Barracks  .Dom. Go\rmt.  33S0 Granville SL ....Charles E. Campbell  Fairview, - University of B.,C.  Shaughnessy Heights ......~E.  B. Hamber  JS20 42nd Ave. W J. W. S. McLeod  h5l ^th  -We   W Mrs. F. Elkins  M.ov-   till VaVd  Ave. W r-W. Hansen  ....   $5,000 huh A  Highbury J.  B   Barreau  ._ $5,000   Shaughnessy  Park   ...--■-—vy.   waisn   „$5.000 I shaughnessy Park  AM.  •jarquahai  «*• 000 i i-nirview         - Mrs. J. Graham  ;r.::$5.ooo &&!*£ ::;:;:: .j. j. cunoinsham  ....$5,000   Fairview - T. McG Robertson  ;.'..„.45.000   ~ •    '  $6,000  .   $6,000  ;;;.. ss.eoo  Sf.n.OPO  ...  sr.o,ooo  $25,000  jrnirvicw  - A.  B.   C.  Ltd-  Strathcona Place  - H.  G.  J^Sht  6579 Maple St ■■;rK^1Il*rr"l>,  ,15S6 13th Are. W •A*W'1I1iLr>a^sS^1  Grttn. & Rotason^Sts Royal Bk. of Can.  l"t   Gore   Ave..... Can. 1- ishlng Co.  Ke'vmour & Pender ..Toronto* Trusts Crp.        — s-. wuv  '1175  10th  Ave.  \V C. .J.  Phillips  *«-W™*;:-^-"'V ='■—^T/S'W.Ooi'lioth. "v^v W\--,.-^-~.~Co»mo -Bruce  ResJdenco-. — - - ,*s.30O* ft 3rd & Conn-aught T>r -,■■*■ -\Ts*A™'j7  Seymour Near  Dunsmuir, St.-Mr.  Jones  *605 6th Ave. W. .- ■'•- 7S: -McLennan  Residence ,   Brick Bldg   Addn.  to  Elevator .,  Store Bldg.'. ;■■—'•  Gen I. -'Re-on-irs       Store   Addns.   —   Horse Stables    Store   Bldg   Pier, *■.—■-  Residence  —-   Residence   Residence    Residence    Residence    Residence    Residence     School          $'9,300  '"..   ."$15,000  .„.'.....$! 3.000  . $6,000  "".'."... .$7,500   $12,000   $45,000   $15,000   $4,500,000  . ..   $10,000  '.  $6,500      $5,000  $5,500  '"...!...  $5,000      $6,000  $9.00C  Hastings St. "E  Fairfield   Block -  121-5 Pender E   Fairmont Barracks    5S-60  Hastings St. E....  Ft. Heatley Ave   ^■■SS Ave.  "F"  .....  '4176 Selkirk    .1909 Heather St   6555 Laburnum  Mrs. A. L. Ramage  4S06 37th Ave. W V^^wSP-S13  6560 Angus St .'.     A    E   Philips  Macee Rd. nr. Granvine....F. F. Sucklin*;   K   Uyesuj?!   j.   Rogers  ....K. H Long  ....Dom. Govt.  ...Chas. Gross  ....Dom. Govt.  ...T.-T. Devine  .F. "3. Wilson   J. Mackay  $50,000 Jackson & Pender St. E..--.bchooI Board  _ G.  Churchill & Son  "- "*  .7   W.'Bve  Owners  - "A""-'"."*:"" i  -M-.ii-.-av  Townley & Matheson....,.Dixon & M«"*->  Sharp A Thompson _....Baynes & Horie  «    c    Palmer   T-   "•   KjVA--  H.  U   maimer         Owner     : "'"Z..S.   N.   McLeod  -""*-' ■■""woodburn   &    Chaytor  —7 *"  ,.M.  C. Griffiths   "".Faulds"' McQueen  &  Pearce   7"       Faulds, McQueen & Pearce    Faulds, McQueen & Pearce i  "•""■•         Faulds, McQueen & Pearce]   """* """•■"   Faulds. -McQueen A Pearce   ...Faulds. McQueen & Pearce  Down-{ng"& Kayll r--H~--j?,^e   —■ ""■" "     Owner  <^r<T&'Mercerl'ii^  Owners .  - A- ^ * tiJ1.s,:  James  A. "Benzie j-~-~~~-~--6-wn'er  ' BownVan"^ Cuirerne ■-~::--.-.'..--^  „ ._. Faulds,   McQueen   & Pearce  Bowman & Cullerne Baynes A H^orfe  Owner" _ —_ -"k."^:' wi'les  rnn'^'ctor""  -: —-  ^v-   H-   Chow  Dept!  ot' WorksT:;.:- Robt   Moncrieff  ,'• - CH. Tavlor Constr. Co.  Dept.*"of""Works Northern  Constr Co.  -lv • .    Geo.  Churchill &  Son    ..;„_  Owner  •••■*•-   .  Owner   i"f - *_" ZZZZ :.  Owner   '" :*"5avies   &   Morrison  •' """■; "J"  .;  Owner  Townley"& Ma"thlson*.'~".*..Chas. W. Purdy    Day Labor  DISTRIBUTORS  DUPLEX   MOTORS   LIMITED  1233 Hornby St. Say. S461  I. C. RESTON  RUSCTRXCAXv EROrJTERR  AID COMUCtOl  411 HOWE ST.  SEY. 1991  VANCOUVER FORGE CO.  v   Zdaatted «-  rORGIN-GS  .    OT ALL DESCRIPTIONS  Ft.   Victoria  Drive   .      "Highland ,701  RICHARDSOri ELECTRIC CO.  Engineers A ContTaictors  EllCTIICAl IWTilUTIIIIJ IF IU IMS  923 Georpi StW. Stf.1698  S.K. «0W1S8CI).,IH.  .i-jSET, OUR PRICE ON  . .  "RRE ESCAPES"  Williams v Electric I  Company.  EiECWRICAl CORTmAC*SORS  CORBTRITCXXOR.     KAXHTERAJTCE  'an XErj  4M. koaiar, Rtreet      Phoaa Rey. -4024  Bay.. 1043  2120-2130   Cedar   St  Palmer Bros.  Qanaral   Contractora  929 Mail St Sey. 4878  Robertson & Partners Ltd.  Public Work* Contractora  and Englnaara  Sey. 1274     422 Metropolitan Bldg  ■ ' —  RUSH & READ  PLMH AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERING  AND CEMENT WORK  CEDAR   COTTAGE   PAINTERS   AND   DECORATORS  2759 - ™-H*v.E- ■   ■       ■        - - FAIR. 3313 Y,  NEW IDEA-SHEET METAL  WORKS  CORRXCE. ■•KTXaOH^»MOKR-  STACRS.     AUTO   WOK.  Anything- in Sheet Metaland Rooting.  B. T. Bcarim. R"*r.  757 Beatty  St. 8ey.  7645  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  "BABM   and   DOORS—OPITCl  riXTVRES    .  RaadiawlBf and Tamlat*, *tc  1730   Semlia  Drive Highland   374  GRANDVIEW SHEET  METAL WORKS,  LIMITED  •rVRJTACSS.   CORRTOES,  *LZOKTS and OEREw  JORRIRO  |«S VtaaklM 8t  HlfhUM «4I  Character       Railroad       Ftailroad        Bridge     Plant Extensions  —-  Bovs Tralnlns School-  Municipal Hall     21  CoUafres  —   fteclamation W ork .....  Boys' Training School  Milk  Condensory     Coat  .1,000,000  " $330,000  " _J125,000   $140,000  $15,216   .$75,000  "'..JJ.lSO.OOO  .S79.200   .$150,000  Ray  3370 »•***•  l80a*-  ■      SI306 Stephen*  St.  STEWART & COLTART  GENERAL   CONTRACTORS  REPA.R8   AND   ALTERATIONS  -Fraser 2051>  355 50th Ava. E.  Talr. 2386 Ii  3341 St. Oeorpo.Bt  Paving   Pacillc  'Hish^vay.'.'.'.V. ?l|°*^^  Dairy* Barns - - *$r>5!000  P^rai^  Memorial   Hall             Power Plant  ....-...- .  Qulnsam  Uiver Bridge    School •.„. ..."—• .-• v;  pVivi'nsr River Road.„ v   Four   Houses    •   Bank   •   Fish   Oil  Plant «»   School •   Indian   School      .Hallway Station  •   School    - *"•"  Bank   '   Bank   • -   Residence      School      Stock  Barn   •   Alters to Theatre   Bank      Hospital   •••-••••  Athletic Club  School Addn.  .$65,000  ■.'"$42".bb'o  ..$30,000  .  ...$12,000  " „..$35,000  $20,000  $47,000  '" ."".$174,500  $25,000   .$20,000      $11,000   $10,000  $27,000  $102,233         $12,000  "...Day Work  $35,000  "   '      $40,000  ....$30,000  ' ...$30,000  Peter Tardiff  General   Contractor  REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS  1121B«dweii St.       Sey.7898R  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations,   etc.  1350 8th Ave. W.  Bayview 2278  ■   '„     $200 000  E^o^«r-Kich"Shops"otc.. WO.000   **..$2!*.000   '.'..$10,900   "   ...$19,940  ""' ...$50,00U  "".'.'.'...'....  $11,500  PcrccntaKe     $4 0,000  aeeidence  ..-.-^  Two Storey Block    Store  Bids.    ■ -  Additional   Storey      Abattoir      Restaurant •••   rtcsidenco- Alterations  Resldonco    BRITISH COLUMBIA GENERAL.  location   - Ownar  Princeton to Copper Mt....B. C. Copper Co.  Alberni to Great Central Lake. ..CP.R.  Deep Creek, P.G.E...„. ~?™v- G9X,,^-t'  Mill Creek ....Whalen Pulp & Paper Mills  Coauitlam --K\ov; (?0Vmb  Coquitlam    .Municipality  Powell River  .....Powell River Co.  Sutnas Lake -.-..: • Pro^-  Govmt.  Coouitlam • —..Prov.  Govt.  Abbotsford Fraser Valley Milk Prods  Petersons-to Johnson Rd.. 2 1-3 miles....  Lulu   Island .,- "-^T-   Nelso"  Woodwards Landing  -pJ.ov- GoNTmi"  Kelowna   Kelowna  Storage  Ltd.  Courtentiv        «t**.   \▼.   v*   ^\.  Alice  Arm.'.'.'.'. Taylor Engineering- Co  Near Campbell  River     paro„v-«P™,5*  Lynn Valley  No. Vane. School Dto.  South Vancouver *..Prov. Govmt.  Penticton   Soldiers   HsK.   Scheme  teu  Bank of Hamilton   J. B.  Jardine   Prov.   Govmt.   Dom. Govmt.  E   & N. Railway   Prov.  Govt.  wTlHanrs"*Likc.VZV.V.Vcan. Bank of Com.  West Summerland ....Can. Bank of Com.  i?nrk<»vnie   V   1 "M-  B*  Beattie  P^ntfcton''....:....... V^-School   Board  Annacis Island..Annacls Stock tarin Ltd.  Columbia St., New West....Royal Theatre  Xnyo™    .......:..'...Can.  Bank of  Commerce  Summerland   SummerlancLH.p^P.  Cumberland: Can.  CollerieB,  Ltd.  Cumberland  - •»» Prov* Govr*  VICTORIA  Victoria....9ydney Paper Mills * R£?-J^o-  Victoria    C^n.   Natl   Rl\ry».  Oak Bay.'vTotoria .._ R. ^ Gibson  Dougla/St., Vic... Mrs. XV. H. DouKar  Douglas A Broughton -Otto Woller  Douglas   A  Broughton ..Otto  Weiler  Palmrr Station  J. B. Pagan  Oriental   Alley    r*#a%nlZ?fr  Cralgdarroch    JVT^V,'-, &P>en,ce,  St.  Charles  St : H.  F.  Bullen  GRANVILLE WOOD WORKS  H.   HUTCHINSON,   PROPmcToa  CABINET MAKERS AND CARPENTERS  BAND SAWING AND WOOD TURNING  GENERAL JOBBING  Say. 9478  735 Halmekaa St.  DOMINION  ;," PHOTdco.  CwiBercial Photographers  •as aRANyiujE st. sey. 2sss  Penticton    Nanaimo    Courtenay   ....  Stuart  Lake .  Nanaimo    North Cedar  ArcMtact  Co»tra«*o»   ." a. E. Griffin & Co.   :  Foundation   Co.  Pr0v""Govnvt..: Canadian   Bridse   Co.  Owners   .^...Hodgson.  King  A Marble  Pub. Wks. Dept Robertson A Partners  Gardiner A Mercer Sloan A Harrison  Owner**        Leonard C. Stevens  Prov. Govmt Marsh,  Bourne Co.  Pub  Wks. Dept Robertson A Partners   Sloan & Harrison  'p'ubYic"\Vks Dept Cotton Co..  Ltd.  Gardner & Mercer Jas. Hyslop  Public Wke. Dept Harrison  A Lamond  Twizell.   Birds & Twlzell......-..™-.-  ■W.-.A.-. Owen. Cumb<?rl'd -^T™haarne  ■■■»--■.••-■■ -■_■ w. V. Hunt  Pub7ic""*^s.'':6ep Moncrieff  Blackadder & Mackay...-.Baynes & Horie  Public Wks. Dept.....Harrlson & Lmnond  Swan A Augustine: ...-B.  f. fr^f.  A. D. Acheson R- N- W>^tt  Wm. Fred'k Gardiner - Day Labor  Public  Works   Dept ....Robt.   Moncr ert  ■Dept.-of Indian Affalrs.-.Robt. Monc-rlert  Owner'-      ..— - George V*. ilson  Pub. Wks./Dept E. J. Ryan Contr. Co  Wm. Fredk. Gardiner -•-—Thos. Wyley  Wm.  Fred'k Gardiner Thos. Harvey  M&ure & Lort.. Mr;,Vf Wrk  Roll *• Curtis * M- A- <-larlc  Wm. Fredk.'Gardner....Sloan A Harrison  Kdwardes  Sproat .„ ■^T^n^'n'c  Wm. Fredk Gardner-Foundation Co. B.C.  •""'" ——••—•' — H.'p. Peterson Co.  DepT^ixy6rksZZ".'3. J. Ryan Constr. Co.   Co-operative Contract Co.  Owners"".- ...Robertson & Partners  Sure   &  Lort Robt.   Moncrieff  Percy  Fox A.  Lockley.   "Esquimau  FOR   GENERAL'BUILDING  CONSTRUCTION  ALTERATIONS  OR     -  REPAIRS  CONSULT  E.J. RYAN  CONTRACTING CO., LTD.  Telephones, Seymour 8585-8586  Suite 5, Fairfield Bldg.. 445 Gran. St.  HB.Rees  WJLKratf  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and REPAIRS  •'^*e—i-^—-———-  '.H-  12H»ti||S*St I -,        S«y.1224  Phcae Seymour 1878.  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  ■       Makers of  Switch Board*. Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinet**, etc  Switches designed and built for any  special work.  Xnduatrlal Island'    TancouTer. B. C.  Percy Fox  Percy Fox     J. C. M. Keith.  I'ercy  Fox   P.  L.  .lames    Luney Bros.   Luney Bros.   Landle A Keith   Parfitt Bros.  ....Harry Catterall  P.  McKechnie  CO., LIMITE!  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-81.5 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  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 Building Contractors and Plasterers at lowest  prevailing prices.  804 Standard Bank Building*  E. CHRYSTAL  & Company Ltd.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Manufacturers of  SASH    and    DOORS,  "WIBLL  WORK,  STORE  & OFFICE FIXTURES  •"■   --^'p?   ■■'   ■'  Office and Factory  108 Georgia ST, L     Seymour 8551  Office:    Sey. 7075      Kes.: Fair.^lSSL  J.H. Healey  OPTOMETBIST  835 Birks Bldg1.  Vancouver, B O.  .>-  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 Orpheum Theatre  Jas. .Dwyer, Proprietor, and Chef  Fairview Sand  & Gravel Co.,  Limited  SAND I GRAVEL  PROMPT DELIVERY  ^i  Granviiie Isld.  etiMkamBm crS*'  BRITISH QgLgMBSA B&gQEP  BARR & ANDFRSON  PLUMBING & HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Fbwe Seymour 8180  1060, Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  pTm.rtTNG PERMITS AMOUNTING OVER $750.00    —   — " _   .  ,*■. A./r B-~u***m   '      .      ~ ArjhJtaat   Ooatraetor -U***f"  »*»5« Addreaa  B*umber  r-eaorlptioa  Govt  FRASER RSVER  PILE DRIVING  Co., Limited  V. A. "Tones, Mgr.  WHARF BUILDING, BRIDGES,  PILE  FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  Ownera  of   Tuff   "CllTa"  • general Towing*  324  FRONT  ST.  NEW WESTMINSTER  TELEPHONE 1015    .  Waiter Murray  Ernie Murray  Murray Bros., Ltd.  PLUMBIN6 and HEATING  CONTRACTORS  -,     BBTMOUB 8614  137 Powell St. Vancouver. B. C.  E.A.  Plumbing  . am!'.„_./."^,  Steamfitting  1027 HewW S£ , Miefca Say. 1SS  vancaavar. & C   -. -, Hafc Bay. 77  -■  .. .... '  S. •▼- Trickey  X. X. BUlott  ■"Ii- '".''.v,   fj-a'-i'  Metal Works  PLUMBING    HEATING  VENTILATING  I    560 Cambie St.,       Say. 620  1309—Dwelling     ?3,500  12410—Dwelling   $3,500  12411-—Dwelling   §3,500  12412—Dwelling     $3,500  3 2414—Dwelling   $3,000  12417—Dwelling   $5,000  12422—Dwelling   $2,990  Street Add-wae  "tot and Block  1097   11th   Ave.   E 12—15SD  ] 087—1 lth Ave. E....:.  U—15SD  1110   11th   Ave.   E..: 26—159C  1104 11th Ave.  E 25—159C  2871 7th Ave. W '■ 6—3  26T6 1st AVe. W I. 2—6  2845 Alberta St 27—41  12424—Factory Bldg.   $3,500   453 Thurlow St.  ...C—15  BalHUvtelMi  264A  264A  264A  264A  192    .  192   ..  H.  T.  IS5    ■  S. .-.:.,..  ...Building Dept.  Scaaaraotor  F. Davies  18'6C 3'6th Ave. W.  F. Davies  1866 36th Ave. W.  F. Davies  1866 36th Ave. W.  F. Davies  18C6 36th Ave. W.  Owner   '. '   T. Angus .....;.2'35 l'O'tli Avo.  \V.  Williamson & Coville    Owner ,..,...* ....,:,.:   R. C. Co 525 Seymour St.  fi- C. Co. 525 Seymour St.  R. C. Co...."..:...:....*..:....'...52y Seymour St.  R. C. Co 525 Seymour St.  S. Read   Mrs. C.  Stewart 162 13th Ave. W.  City & J. B. Barter...." :   IG.  E. Mitchell..,...:,..;.! 703  Stephen  St.  Fair,  Designers antf  Manufacturers or  HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  546 Howe Street  Phone Sey. 3312  « RADIANT LIGMTS »•  •For Commercial LIsHtlns";  BC. CONSTRUCTION NEWS  LOCAL 'liSD PROVINCrAL BUILDING, TENDERS   WANTED,   BRIDQES,   HIGHWAYS   ETC.  *i  VANCOUVEE PEEMTS  12413—Charles L. Trother; veran-  oah, 1125 8th Ave. W., $332, R. D.  Cowan, 1094 8th Ave. W., Contr.  12415—James White, garage, 940  22nd Ave. E., $150.  12416—E. Barker, garage, 956 16th  Ave. E.y$150.  12418—W .Allison, porch, 1024 13th  Ave. E.f $50. *  12419—Mrs.' Brown, foundation, 607  Cordova E., $300, F. Gibbs, 513 Ham-  lilton'St., Contr."  1242C—L. Forshaw, chimney,, 999  Broadway W., $70, J. F..Taylor, Contr.  12421—Capt. Wilbur, shed,. Powell  3i.,.^T60;wA\ R'. Duhstab; 635 Chester  St:--Contr. .   .    ';.-, j -  12423—J. West, alterations, 309'Car-  rail Sr., $250, J. Dubberly, ,Contr.  12425—Pacific Meat Co., refrig.  plant; 268 Columbia Ave., $1,000, G. E.  Mitchell, Contr.  12426—L. Nelson, garage, 3049 Yukon St., $150. ?'*  3 2427—W. Armstrong,  garage, 2=.26  Oxford St., $100.    ,  •   12428—C.' J.. Gellett,   garage,   2519  DuhcTasSt, $70.'" ""-**'*  12429—J. J. Mundorf, foundations,  1817 2nd Ave. E., $200.  (Continued, from PaaeLD  V  r  5T- k  DIXON & -MURRAY  '■"- MANUFACTURERS,OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER, WORK  s>  PAINTIHG, PAPER HANG-  1   IHG 10. RALS0MIMIN6  Sey. 8765       Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  loose Leaf Memo  -��*•••  IT fits the vest-pocket and  .. is alwaya ready to receive  facts and figures and all  kinds of data, such as every  busy person needs.  New sheets replace old ones,  making the cover a permanent  investment.  •   Lightest, strongest, simplest  and most compact memo book.  Press the frigflcr  and the rings open  , No more torn sheets. No  fumbling, fingering or scolding;. Just the outfit for everybody of affairs.  Costs little, U»t« oiwmyt, because It  Is bound in genuine Morocco.  Let us show the De'Luxe  Loose Leaf Memo to YOU.  i,,'','t''h't,v'^aafeaajaajaa*ca**x iu* *l.* _,      ■ 4aMti  ^Western Specialty  Zilmliid .  B7S OramvUle St.   -   Boy. 3586  p»«S>)t83*ijBMI*nilllltl1ll»l0TTri*i  a. week, and some" new drawings and  r,lans finished within the next ten  .days that will allow of tenders being  called within the next two weeks at  the most.  Mr.' Preston announced that it was  planned to give contractors a month  or  possibly" five  weeks   in  which  to  submit tenders for this important un-  ciertakmg.    Some minor changes were  made  in   the  original   plans   for  the  bridge   foundations .which   Mr.   Pres-  i.on took east with'him.    These changes will necessitate the taking of certain soundings on the bridge site, especially at one end, which will be done  Rt   once.     When    these    figures are  available and the" alterations made in  the preTio-tfs' plans by the city engineer's staff, it is expected.by that time  the formal  order-in-council will  have  been passed and the way bill be clear  for the calling of tenders-  While in the east, Mr. Preston first  visited  Montreal where  he conferred  with the C, P. R. engineers, and afterwards   visited   Ottawa   and   laid   t&e  bridge plans before the Dominion Railway   Board,,   securing   their   sanction  for the. plans and permission"-to call  tenders as soon as the bridge order-  in-council was passed.   Then Mr. Preston went south to confer with officials  of  the  Strauss   Bridge  Company,  specialists  in bascule bridges, where  he inspected the plans of the big bascule lift span and also saw the actual  operation of some of the big bascule  bridges in Chicago and vicinity.    His  trip is    expected to   obviate a   great  deal of'any future.delay in the progress of the Victoria bridge project.  A. H. Mitchell  . B. J. Mitchell  A. H. MITCHELL  AND COMPANY  Plumbing - Heating  ,   Sheet  Metal  GET OUR PRICES FIRST  i«4 Richards St.  Sey. 1784  JTOTXCB TO CO  CTOm*  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for* Dry  Dock at Esquimau, British Columbia,'  will be received at this oflice 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 ancl specification and forms of tender obtained at this Department,'at the  offices of the District Engineers at Victoria, B. C; Equity Building, Toronto.  Out.: Shaughnessy Building, Montreal,  P Q . and at the Post Office, Vancouver,  B.  C.  Tenders will not be considered unless made on printed forms supplied by  the Department*and in accordance with  conditions contained1-'therein.  Each" tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to, the order of the Minister or  Public Works, equal to Ave 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.  ■ JNTote.—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing- an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $•■<),  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, which will be returned  if the intending bidder submit a regular  bid.  By -*rd*r.  R.   C.   DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  Sept.  H,  1920.  BIDS ARE   INVITED  ON  NEW FERRY LANDINGS  Tenders are now being invited by  the public work departnpent of the provincial government for the construction of ferry landings at both Woodward's Landing and Ladner on the  Fraser river. Bids will be received up  to noon of Monday, .October 11, and  pians and specifications may be obtained at the office of the district engineer, court house, Vancouver, or at  the5 public works department, Victoria. The usual ten per cent, deposit  must accompany each tender.  New ferry landlngsrhave been badly  needed at both these places for some  time owing to the constantly increasing amount of motor and other vehicular 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 the river, it is  impracticable to have a fixed landing.  WANTED. — Responsible position In  Construction Coy.,. Lumber or Woodworking Coy., or Building Supplies. All  round building- experience. Excellent  references. Fair. 3987 B or Box 100,  Becord Office.  WRIGHT BROS.  -BUILDERS-  SEY. 3315       511 DUNSMUIR ST.  INLAY HARDWOOD FLOOR  COMPANY  J.    DlBRKaON.    MANAGE*  FLOORS LAID ANO OLD  FLOORS REFINISHED  929 "Pender St. W. "*   .Sey.'9201'  Phone: Worth Van. 848  NICK  COSCO  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  EXCAVATING.   CONCRETE   WORK   AND  SEWERS.   GRADING   ROADS   AND  LAND   CLEARING  Sey.'7325-X-'.  ■ -J  1367 Seymour St.  FAULDS McQOEEN &  PEARCE, LTDr  GENERAL  CONTRACTORS  We Specialize In  HOUSES & BUNGALOWS  GET OUIt FIGURE  BEFORE YOU BUILD  Sey. 165  ,   626 Hastings St. W,  Wire Your Home  B.C. Electric  Youll be surprised to find how  easily—cheaply—quickly, you  can wire your home for 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. Carrall 1138 Granville  The  world moves  faster  than you  can move , alone.  BOTXCX TO COBTBACTOBS.  Sealed • tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed-"Tender wharf  at Alice Arm. .B. C," will be. received at  this office until IS Cclocx noon, toMtoy,  October 26, 1920, for the construction of  a wharf at Alice Arm, Skeena District.  B. C. " *        -  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification* and,forms of tender obtained at this Department, at the  office of the District Engineer at Prince  Rupert, B. C, and at the Pest 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 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. e«-*ual 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.  ■  NOTE—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an aceep-  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.  DESROCHEKS,'  .-    . Secretary.  Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  September 22, i:>20.  BOTICE   TO   COVTBACTOBS.  Blcbmond   "DUtrict,   'Woodwards-'Lftdacr  "Perry.  TENDERS will be received by the  Honorable Minister of Public Works, to  noon of Monday, the 11th day of October, 1920, for the construction and erection of Kerry Landings on the Kraser  River  at   Woodwards  and  "Ladner.  Plana, specifications, etc., may be  seen, or may be obtained upon depositing Ave dollars ($5) as security for their  return at the Department of Public  Works, Victoria, B; C, or. at the office  of the District Engineer, Court House.  Vancouver. B. C, on or after the 22nd  September,   1920. \  "An accepted bank cheque or certificate  of deuoslt for 10 per cent.:of the amount  of the tender, made payable to the  Honorable Minister of Public Works,  must accompany each proposal, to be  forfeited If tenderer refuses to enter  into contract when called upon to do so.  or fails to complete the work contracted  for.  Cheque* of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned upon execution of the contract.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A.  E. FORMAN,  Public Works.Engineer.  Public  Works   Department,  Victoria.  B.  C,  Sept,   17,  1920.  ROOFING  AND PAPER CO., LTD  Manufacturers of  Ready Roofing, Ruilding Papers,  Dry   and   Saturated Felts,  Barbados Roof ing Paint  VICTORIA, B.C.  " NEVER LEAK" Roof Coating  Now is the season to recokt your Ready Roofing or Metal Ro-of.  Barrels or 4 gal. tins.  "A Stitch in Time S«Ter Nine.''      .        .  PACIFIC ROOFING CO., Limited  Seymour   11SG  MANUFACTURERS  Induatrtol Island  Vancouver. B.C*  &  Bstabllah*4 ISOd  Roof ins Contractors  TAX WUrDOWB—7XBB  -DOOBB-4MO!  ■rxrmBACB—TBBTZikATZBa .rajro—mow pxraro—  ax-TxaoBTS—obvxbax. jobbxvo  1838 Seymour BX.  Taaooairar., B. O.  ••yaaotur BM1.  MALTMOID ROOFING  The Best that's made  Sales Aganta  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver, B. C.  PILING and POLES  FIR, CEDAR o«" HEMLOCK  any length — any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO., LTD..  1021-1024 Ro'sara Building Seymour 399S-3999  Company  COAL  TAR  ROOFING  rAVrnb Ve^^kiMiTCD ,   y&TFBI&LS     Send   for   color    card   of    BARRETT'S      PRODUCTS  IflHItlllHLO     VELVEX CREOSOTE   SHINGLE   STAINS  Cer.iom   Av«. a Arbutus St. T«l«phon«» Bay. «and «4  MARTIN - SENOUR  100/° PURE PAINT  COSTUESS PERIOB THAN ANY OTHER PAlHtMMMM mt USTS10NKR  Seai The Guarantoa On The Can  VANCOUVER FACTORY:    1505 POWELL STREET  RED CEDAR  SHINGLES  WE MANUFACTURE   ALL  GRADES  "Doliverod   "by   onr   Motor   Trucks  right on the Job anywherg or  in.  carload  lots. t  UNION CEDAR MILLS Ltd  KOBTH   VANOOtrVEB  Phono North yancoavor 88C  G ALVAN IZI  '£.-■ !  BAR IRON - SHIP IRONWORK -JBOLTS^NUTS  IRON and STEEL CASTINGS -TIRE^SCAPES  PIPE and FITTINGS -POLE LINE HARDWARE  WE OAXVANI2E EVEBYTHINO B"? HOT PKOCES9  IRON and GALVANIZING  WORKS  Fairmont 971 Office ^d Works,W:5th W. .Vancouver, B; C.  To WATT  [EA1  566 Beatty Uj  For Steam, Hot Water or Warm Air, V/ill Be Foan«l MpsiReiiable And  Esjieciarry »© When Installed  by Competent Engineers.  THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., Limited  EHT  Seyraenr 759B  Brown, Fraser & C-jk, Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  J. ISO Homer Street  Phone Seymour 7155  Vancouver, B. C.  ——/


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