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 ■!■   r ,-'■ - j i-.- ... i .j  --•:;' ..•^,,:^:\  mm-  lift  flT'l-J«r^fi''iy.<vPa-''  mmimkf  mmmm  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A PTJBIJOATIOJr PJaVOTBP TO OEWERAI, sTEWB. BTOXPIa' O.  COWTBAOTOtO, EBOXirBBBZarO, PBOTXsTCIAI,, CXTT AHD  VOL.XIX;,;No;'%  Pmbliabssl  afonday  Wedneadar amd XTUajr  VANCOUVER, B.C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920.  iw$M:'.  hMi®Mk$" 7'  §tifj#-  -   OOh and Plant .  eae PanaOav 8tra«t Wait  PBXCE—"Par Vaar In Advance  Par Month   -   -   -   -  SOLIGNUM  Wood Pr99«rvatlve and Stain :-  -'Becom^ena^'-^'lor'.'lall. woodwork, inside and butai^e.    It does not  evaporate/ like ordinary;stains, and as a reeoU goes further.  Dressed ■ lumber, .1 gallon covers 400 square feet.   '  "Undressed lumber, 1 gallon covers 250 square feet. >  Shingles, I gallon brushed on; covers 150 to; 176 square feet.  Shingles   dipped 8 to 9 inches, 1& gallons to 1000 shingles.  WniiN. O'NEIL Co., Lfmitecl  'to'He*:»ililress;;s3O;H0WE;Sf.r';;:;;;''    Se)r^4795 - 4796  PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS; Limited  ROOFING CONTRACTORS  mzta-l wnrsowa  rata soou  BXTZiXOBTB  TOBBXVO  BX.OW PZPIVO  ■MOBS STACKS  Granville Is.  Seymour 2172  - GQMTlaACT0Itiis  When Trie Specifications Call For A Fan  Phone or write for  Canadian "SIROCCO" Prices  TAYLOR ENGINEERING COMPANY, Limited  DCSIQNINO AND KRKCTINQ CN6INCCRS     -  Credit Fonoier Building Telephone Seymour  r-   _   ~ Clayburn Firobrick. Special  rT.OFLOLl/MBIA AVC Shapad Firttbrick, Prassad  Brick, ate.  Elk Brand Camant, Rainforcad  Staal, Hydratad  Lima, ate. '  IMANTEL BRICK  ,...,.,,,...... IN STOCK  | PVBE    WBITE—CBBAM—PBBWCH  ' OBET—»UPP—BXI>—BED  OBIEBTAI^—BTJPP    OBXBBTAZ.  ■paclal Brlcka mada to ordar.  POLYCHROME CEMENT  Bri*|TileCo.|Ltu.  {OflceV 815 Duncan Bid**       Bay. 851  Worka:1 Granville Zaland    '*aMV:-81  ¥ '■<  "Wi  Homo Refrigeration  WITHOUT  ICC '  Inatall   a  FROST'9  m  /fjElSCTRICAL  REFRIOERATOB, Iff  V;        YO.UR   NEW   HOME ,   ,h'      '  $$& Made In  Canada ,..«   '-.  jamieson Engineering  Company  "19*8  London BJdg.  NEW STORE BUILDING ON  HASTINGS ST, EAST TO  BE BUILT FOR C. GROSSE  Mr. Charles Grbss of this city has  awarded;the contract for the erection  of a ; two-story, reinforced^ concrete  building;;for.stores and,apartments ph  Hastings street^ east, to the-;G. H,;  Taylor iConstructionfCompany, 325J  Homer street. A permit has already*  been taken out for the erection of the  structure and work Is to be started at  once by the contractors.  The building is to occupy the site*  at 58 and 60 Hastings street east, on  the south side,, between Carrall and  Columbia street. The site has been  occupied by' an old frame building on  which demolition work has already  been commenced in order to clear the  lot and prepare the foundation for the  HUNTER-HENDERSON PAINT  Company. Limited  Architectural Paints and Varnishes  642 GIANVILLE ST. SEYMOUR 6110  (Continued on Pag* 4)  W  * Cie# %„  \^<  ■IS.',  >3  ber   VeiMer^   ^   ^^m^mf^mmw^:^  Oar Stack la tha ataat Coeaafat* an tha Pacific Coast  DO YOU NEED ANY FIR PANELS  /^•*Hfvcc  WILL BUILD MODERN  SMBl^llpl.P.  Robt.   Moncrieff  Awarded   Contract  For $45,000 Structure in  Fairmont  ; i.%.  •tack oil Saadad Owe Sato  ITH CO. LIMITED  \■&•..?¥•-Zi.|£T, 3199v: VANCOUVER, B.C.  T   *-Z     *^*       *    L  CHAMPION & WHITE  Get^Our Price On BUILDING  MATERIALS  Robin Hood Boilers and Radiation  Seymour 9570  10S3  Main St.  T. A. WALSH & Co., Ltd.  Machinery and   Supplies'      B.C. Dlatribiitora Far ■  ACME SHINGLE BANDS, BOX STRAPPING, CORRUGATED FASTENERS  MONOGRAM OILS & GREASES  YELLOW STRAND WIRE ROPE  Say: 4738 - 4739 858 - 60 Cambie St.  Contractor Robert Moncrief, 328  Birks building, has been notified by  the Dominion department of public  works, that he, is the successful, bidder on the tenders for the erection or  the new horse stables for the local  company of the Royal Canadian  Mounted Police, adjoining the Fairmont military barracks. His bid of  $45,000 for the four horse stables comprised in, the contract, was the lowest  submitted. Within" a day of,,having  been notified of the award of the contract last Monday, air. Moncrieff secured a gang of men and work was  commenced yesterday- preparing for.  the toundaWons^r; .-^ i--^j, ^  eralVpublic^'orks^-'departm'enf, "* pro-  ivide for four stables,- each '32, by 415  j feet in size.   They will ,be of concrete  I foundation~\ arid * flooring . with frame  I superstructure,  and > Contractor   Mon-  {crieff expects to have them completed  Min about two months time, as the officials of the Mounted Police are an-  j.vious to have their mounts quartered  ; in   the   new   stables   before   the   cold  j weather comes on.  ] Sub-contracts in connection with the  erection of these stables have been  awarded as follows:  i  Sheet metal, Campbell & Grill;  plumbing, Barr & Anderson; electrical work, Orr Brothers; hardware,  Lewis & Sills; ironwork. Ross & Howard Iron "Works; millwork. James  Brookes Woodworking Company.  VICTORIA BUILDING  BRISK ALL WINTER  Construction Planned Or Now Under  Way  In  Capital   City  Totals $9,525,000  VICTORIA— (Special) —Ample assurance of a very brisk building and  construction programme that will provide plenty of work and large expenditures during the coming fall and winter in Victoria. According to figures  compiled .by the city building inspector's department, there will be an expenditure of no- less than $9,525,000 in  various building projects either contemplated or under way." Following  are some of the principal projects embraced ' in the capital city's building  programme: , ■  Drydock at ,EsquimaU_.'..r_'-.„.6f00O,OOO  Johnston '^Street, Bridge 2ZjL ^ ,725#6©  J«on'a;,Ba7.»Co/s Store.  **,.-•$!,>\-vl u^r^'^'^  w«?y^?'s?*j:|y5S1pJ^^^«jw  Capitol .Theatre  New Allen Theatre .?.   C.P.R. ' Wharf - Offices..^-.   Development work on Songh-  ees Reserve, depending on.  bridge  completion,   includ-.  ing new E. & N. offices and  terminals.    Canadian    Xa-  ■*■■:  300,000  300,000  150,000  H.W.HARVEY IS AWARDED  CONTRACT FOR $40,000  SUMMERLAND HOSPITAL  SUMMERLAND, B. C, (Special)—  At a special meeting of the board of  directors of the Summerland hospital,  the, contract for the erection of the  new wing, to be known as the Mars-  den Van Allen memorial wing, was  awarded to Mr. H. W. Harvey of Summerland, whose bid of approximately  $40,000, was the lowest received. Mr.  •Harvey plans to start work on the  construction next Monday.  The new wing is to be erected on  the west side of the present hospital  and its construction has been made  possible only through the generosity  of Mrs. Van Allen of Summerland, who  has undertaken not only to pay for  the cost of the new wing but also to  MUNDY, ROWLAND & CO.  ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  Ganaral  Eractrical  CoMtractlaa  , ~nm tawm 154  State! Bak laltef  laKNIEl - tlaWftt   .  (Continued  on  Page-*)  Loudon & British Kin*  Amenta Co. Latitat  ALL  CLASSES   OP , INSURANCE  WRITTEN'  NORTH BRITISH 4  MERCANTILE PIRE INSURANCE  Company   "      "   ,«   '  HARTPORD PIRE INSURANCE  Company ,'  '■fifK  FRANK DARLING & GO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  rrwemr.  'SbMX —-■-  (Continacd  to pag-e   2)  T. G. McBRIDfe & CO.  ESTABLISHED.  WHOLESALE'AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  SAND. GRAVEL. BRICK. LIME AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS  PROMPT DELIVERY  1051 Stain St. •   ■   Talaphoaa Saymoox llaaV  J. A. FLETT Limited  Corbin Lock and Building Hardware  SPORTING GOODS  DEALERS  339 HASTINGS ST. W. ■ SEYMOUR 2327  Philpot-Macdonaid Co., Limited.  Electrical Engineers  J->. B. FHIUPOT I). M1CDOITALD  CONSULTING - INSTALLATIONS    POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION  DESIGNING - SHOP WORK  1573 Main St. Phone:-   Fair. 3823  ■ ■■i   I      —       I i  ii asp  .ill   li ■■■—■■    i i  ■   ■■ '■    —i.— — ■■■■.■■ .1   ...     —i ■ —  Seymour 7200 Estimates Given  BUILDER'S SUPPLIES  WE  CARRY A COMP*CET*E LINE OE  FINISHING HARDWARE - CONTRACTOR'S SUPPUES  Wovaloid 'Roofing  PILE  DRIVING  FIRM   HAS  MANY REPAIRING JOSS  NEW   WESTMINSTER   (Special) —  With   the   advent   of  better   weather  the  Fraser  River  Pile  Driving  Company will start several large gangs of  men and outfits on a number of important wharfage repair jobs on which  progress has been materially hampered by the wet weather or lute.    Chief  among these jobs will be  the  repair  work to the cribbing and dolphins of  the Fraser river bridge.   The firm has  also been notified ol the award of the  contracts for repair work to wharves  and   landings "at   Degnan's   Bay.  near  Nanaimo: Mayne -Island,-'Mill Bay and  Deep Cove.    This work will keep the  company's pile drivers and crews busy  nearly all fall.  PLANS   NEW   BOX   FACTORY  Another new industry is to be added shortly to the list operating in  Summerland. This will be a new box-  factory for which a site was recently  purchased by the Summerland Lumber Company, Limited, in the Peach  Valley, north of the railroad station.  The company is now operating a saw  mill and box factory at Mineola, and  intends to start work in the near future on the erection of the new factory  building for which the latest modern  box making machinery has already  been ordex-ed in the east.  [ Structural Steel For Every Purpose  aprtiapsi  gTAaTH, CXAJnTEXB, aJTO'LEpt, TXUkVTB, TXXS, COH  COMFI^ETEXT XQUaTOO raBBICATXaTO MOM  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COY, Lfat  -Palrmon* 8396 and 8397  ▼aAOOBTOT,  A-  WOODs VALLANCE &'LEGGATP Ul  Wliblooalo Heavy and Shelf Hardware  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  UTED  r~  Vancouver [umber Co., Limited  MANUEACTTJEE-RS OE  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE  REASONABLE PRICES  Call aud boo ub, or phone.  Soutli End of Connaught Bridge  BANK   PREMISES   TO   BE  ENTIRELY   RE-DECORATED  Architect Win. Frederick Gardiner,  701-705 'Varicon.yer block, has awnrde.d  a contract to C. J. Cummings & Co.,  715 Nelson street, for the complete redecorating of the main office of the  Canadian Bank of Coramorce, at the  corner of Hastings and Granville st.  J j Sketch designs for the work were prepared by Mr. Gardiner.  ■L.  Phone Fair. 918-919  Vancouver, B. C.   1—j  LOCAL FIRM WILL BUILD  NEW   CUMBERLAND   HALL  , CUMBERLAND,  B.  C,   (Special)—  From a number of close bids submitted on the work, the H. P. Peterson  Construction Company, Ltd.,  of Vancouver has been awarded the contract  of erecting the new athletic club building, by the Canadian Colleries (Dunsmuir)  Limited, which is defraying the  entire  cost  of the  structure   and its  equipment complete  for  athletic purposes.   The Peterson firm handled the  removal of the colliery firm's houses  to  the  new  townsite from  Bevan in  191S.  The contractors are arranging to  make an active start on the structure  on October 1, and will rush the work  until the walls and roof are completed,  so as to take advantage of the line-  weather expected next month. The  new club premises will involve an outlay of about $25,000 when completed  and equipped.  ___ >  DOMINION BRICK  Tor Sal* by  Champion & Whlta: Evana. Coleman a Evana. ltd.: Thos. O. -fifcBrida a Caw  and tha Ritchie Contractus a Supply Co., "Ltd.  Alao by Oilloy Bros., Naw Waatmlhatar. Tha Eburne Sand fc Oraval Co*  Eburne, and the Great Weat Sand & Oraval Co- JTorth "Vancouver.  GABRIOLA SHALE PRODUCTS  LIMITED '  Head   Office  102  Moody  Block  VICTORIA, B.C.  J  BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.  BEXmrOBCXSK} STEEXil—  Large stocks of Mild Steel^Bars.  Bars to details.  We cut ^o length.    Cold Twist and Bend  BOXTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts, Cast Iron "Washers. We are prepared  to furnish larse orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  MERCHANT IRON  AND  STEEL  BARS  FORTI^A-ND  CEMENT— LIME  — SCOTCH  TUtE  BRICK — FIBE  CLAT  &RAFHITI!  ■pOTrKDRY rACINGS —  COKE  — SEA  COAL  FIQ nSON — ELACKSSOTH COAX. — SIANIiA ROPE  io3 wrsrcH bxxxd.  PRIVATE  EX.  SETl 9197  Seymour 4660  Reliable EHecfrie  ¥E   CAN  MAKE   ZMaEBUIATE  DELIVERY  OP  -- BRICK «..  Just  Received  100,000,  and  More  Following  Also See us For  SAND,  GRAVEL,  CEMENT,   FIBRE   PLASTER,   LIME  AND       ^  OTHER   BUILDING   MATERIAL  RITCHIE GOmCTiNG and SOPPLY Co., Lid.  I:  Phono Seymour 9163  1561  Granville Street  J. SMITH, Manager  152 Alexander St.   Vancouver, B.C.  Twenty Years' Experience In all Bronchos  of Electrical Work. Inspection—Export  Advloe — Trouble Work—Installing — Rewinding—All Work Guaranteed.  ^  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0.  Phone 53  v*. 2  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  I Hanbury & Co.  UMXTED  EXCAVATING  and  GENERAL TEAMING  IfsaBaaaaapppWppppppppppppaaaaa        pppppppapppppaaaaaasPsaaappMal  Horses for Sale  Fopith Ave. and Granville St.  Bayview 1076  A. as. snap. o.  r. T. KINS  a>.  wm. o. ataaau  M.  P.  I.  O.  DDGSON, KING & MARBLE  Contractora & engineer*  SMLMtaBMg.     Seymur 6506  British Columbia Record  ".   (Established  IMA)'  Published  every   Monday.  Wednesday  andFrlday by" the '  Record Publishing Co., Ltd.  A newspaiwa- ' f scleral ciroulation.  featuring Building-. Contracting. Bngln-  •arlog. Industrial. Shipbuilding. Mining.  Automobile, Provincial. City and Ho»bor  Improvements.  0. H. NELSON....MANAGING BDITOR  11 Office and'Plant  ' j  629 Pander Sf-W.. Vancouver, B. C  PHONJ3 BBTMOUR 7S08  Subscription * Batea «  Per Tear in Advance  - $lfl.00  Per Month ..._.! .'. -'-«    I'OO,  HI   subscriptions   are   payable   strictly  , in  advance.  OmOUS, OJaOAH.  The Britiah * Columbia Record is the  official organ .of The Architectural Institute of British Colttnibla, federated with  The Royal Architectural Institute of  Canada and as such is waed by thean aa  the medium through which to »«*« Shear  efltoUl announcements . to the pwaene.  public. ,, *   , . M    ,  By^stjoh seleetaW the British CoSa-ev  Ma Record hi no wise pledgee* to. eaa-  torlal support of mvr, BaUoy ad via neap1  by thee* aocjeUea, |»ut malnaaiaa aa s*-  aolutely hndepawJeat pbaltioa aa all aa>  tera subject ta> etfttaetst  Plate. Sheet, Figured.  Wlred,Art,Prlsm,  Colored, etc.  Wholesale and Retail  W. MOLT & SON  426—436 Dufferin' St.    "     -Fairmont 1238    i  and  Silvering  3"=  all. The lump sum contract has been  made almost impossible, and owners  hesitate to enter into cost-plus contracts without definite* knowledge as  to what will be the cost of basis  materials.  VICTORIA  BUILDING  -    BRISK ALL WINTER  (Continued from Page 1)  He KtfM Bank of Canada  SAVINGS. BANK. DEPARTMENT  F. o. HicitcasoN  446 aat-tlai* to. Weat  TaaoouTer, 8. O.  Tvr-  raM Grey Boil«nf  'xife  '£.  Tf  Gravel. Torpedo OraVeL Cppahed  BrlckTLune. Pteater. Cement ate  ENED  pLAdTERiNG  SVANO  J * *■  f    T\ *1 r*L ••„*  LEEK & Co, M?  *stwuHtn—i  STtKAM eV HOT WATCH JCCATINC  ..:.: .-.„-   PIPE 8IND1NO.  ' sVl '    -  10«OllOa>a1l»T1tnET  „1." i,  V-  " SPRAYWHITE *  tttrnr taV^Uawf «prayta*r *»cB-  saea far Xnterlor a Exterior work  F.L. CUMMINGS  AND COIVIPA^Y  Sey.  «4* Homer St  5507.  s a. SHAVE  GINKKAL  CONTRACTOK  SPECIALIST I*  BUNOAISW   "j  ;    CONSTRUCTION  Arhntne Sts.-   '•     Bay. 3179  .jPfcoae: Bay. 07  HARDWOOD JMS  "Stay-Put"  Brand  JKILN DRIED  KEPT DRY  STAY DRY  I. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Usnltad  any Oma. to.  Bay. 1387  Robertson & Devey  Caajnaara and Constructors  HpKtats, Dtsign, Reports, Constriction,  Industrial Plants, Buildings and Equipment  Wharves   and   Piers,  *   Power   Plants  y Industrial Railways  Concrete. Steel and Timber Structures  502 YORKSHIRE BLDG.   SEY.9217  STEADYING MATERIAL MARKET  JIIST NOW ' IS , M UCH . r  NEEDED  Whether we have an actual shortage of'buildings materials, or only a  theoretical" shortage, '' and ' whether  prices reflect a 'theoretical scarcity,  are'the pertinent questions of the day.  We bid fair to be soon in the' midst  of an'orgy of building.* It will have  to come sooner or later, and at present  the. bugbear of 'high ' material costs  seems to' be about the only thing that  is holding up a lot1 of important construction projects.      "''■ ■>  When the" armistice was signed a  few long-headed owners went ahead  immediately. Some merely went into'  print, telling the country of their firm  conviction that prices were due to'advance and not to recede, and that  construction on the cost basis'.of late  1918" and' early 1919 was low as compared to what w,e jmight expect for  many years'thereafter.- Others" wisely  backed that belief by-construction.--  .' But the cbulk- of thought- on the part  of those whose money was* to be* ex-  pended j was; "'Let's*: wait and see."  Months passed" and "as"work opened  up everyone began bidding for structural steel/, re-inforcing " steel, steel  eashp* cement,-' tile, sand and brick.  \& production was short, visible supplies vanished. Inevitably prices "went  up,^except' for a.iew. nqtable exijepV  tlons.    c^-._ - ; 'Z  ', 'The same men of finance and business were opposed - to having " prices  rise still higher and advocated at  least .the holding of the price level  prevailing at the end of the'war. This  promised . a continuance of , wage  scales at existing, levels until- such  time as the cost of ilying might be  reduced. Yet the action of owners and  of contractors serving them has upset  the nfarket and sent prices for some  materials to the highest levels on  record. There was an effort to cover,  not only for legitimate buildirtgs  which ' owners actually had funds to  build, but for an immense amount of  work not yet designed and '.without  hope of financing.,  'The volume of orders resulting was  wholly beyond the ability of material  manufacturers' in some lines,' .noticeably steel and cement in eastern supply circles to cover. The western  field, while lamentably short of steel  and much delayed by its slow deliv-  ! ery, generally was better supplied than  the east in regard to cement. As al-  ways happens in times of shortage,  whether actual or mental, some  pro- Winnipeg.  tional  extension   and- terminals and public road extensions  and  new  Dominion  Marine Agency Build-        ^  ing ...-. :      500,000  'Small  building work in  the  city until next  May.*. Z.    500,000  Building   in    Saanich   and  Esquimau,  especially,  stimulated by drydock and  new bridge  •-    500,000  s  YOUR PRINTING  \     SHOULD BE i  A   100%*  Advertising Medium  WE CAN MAKE IT SO  THE VETERAN PRESS  A.  H^ELDINE  PRINTING   CO.  Those aey.  Sr   ■   -.. -  316  516 Fender W.  Total  ....,9,525,000  >  . This total does not include a large  amount of other-work,' such as street  and' road re-building, land clearing,  buildings -already-planned, such .as the  new $75,000, Weller Building, the $#),-  000 cBitllen "residence, the -$25,000  Saanich'* Health'-^Centre, the new  King's1 -Road public school, the cost of  extensive Jand clearing operations now  going on adjacent to the city and general development work of every kind  that is beting stimulated by the  strong financial condition of Western  Canada because, of the record wheat  crop that, is being marketed at record  prices; ■; ■       <' * ■   ■   -  ;"With all this work going on there  should'be'no unemployment problem  for Victoria this fall or winter, while  the 'expenditure involved will put a  lot of money in circulation that will  tend to the general prosperity of all  lines of business.   •    ' -   '     "•'■      '"*.  The" first'of the new work to get  under way is the Hudson's' Bay Company's store. Workmen have'.been on  the building for the last two weeks.  During the winter and spring when the  work is in full swing, 300 laborers and  artizans will be employed.  • Sub-Contract on  Big Store  Announcement of the awarding'of  ther'sub-contracts on the building was  made yesterday-by Manager ■ Weston,  of Carter, Halls, Aldinger Co., of Winnipeg, who have the general contract.  These awards are:  Hardware, E. G. Prior & Co., Ltd.,  Victoria.  Painting, E. A. Lee & Co., Vancouver.-  - Fir flooring, Lemon-Gonnason Co.,  Victoria.  Steel, stock and structural steel  work, Canadian Northwest Steel  Works, Vancouver.  Glass, .Hobbs Manufacturing Co.,  Winnipeg.  Maple flooring, steel reinforcing, oak  flooring, marble work, William O'Neill  Co., Vancouver.  Alillwork, W. G. Murray Co., Winnipeg.  Counters and table, Dixon & Murray,  Vancouver.  Refrigeration, Linde Canadian refrigeration Co., Vancouver.  , The electric wiring contract has  been let directly to the Carter Electric Co., of Victoria. The plumbing,  steam fitting, and ventilation contract has gone to Green & Lidster, of  ducers took advantage of the situation. 'The law of supply and demand  operated to bring about exactly what  the saner heads hoped would not happen.  | We cannot blame the producers, in-  j dividual owners or contractors for  having been parties to this orgy of  covering. .Each has considered his  own best interests, .but with a disastrous   result   to   the   operations   of  TWO  CONVENIENT  LOCATIONS  AC either of which the business me:rt arid women of  the; citv are certain of tho  Kind of meals -they want at  reasonable prices.  No. 1  No. 2  HO CORDOVA ST. WEST  612   PENDER    ST.  WEST  Good   Eats  "The Good Food Restaurants"  Drydock   to   Employ   Hundreds.  Tenders for the drydock will be  closed on December 9, and the contract awarded shortly after that.  Dominion Government officials say  that upwards of 200 men .will'be put  to-work-, on the excavation of the site  as  soon as  the  contract is  awarded,  Classified Advertising  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  Factories,      Houses     and  Garages   Repaired.     General  Carpenter   and   Construction   "Work.  JOHN   P.   -aCOXRIS -  Say, 3418  Sey. 931 Evening*       1788 Bonaon St.  MACHINERY  Hoisting engihefl.'loconj&tJves, lafh.es,  wire'rope, rails, cars,'machinery of all  kinds. ■ . .',-..■  VATXOZTAX.   HACHI-NERY  CO.  925 Main St. :.-.,,'■:    ........  Sey. 608  Used   Machinery   of   All  Kinds. Bought  ami   Sold.  B. O. EQUrPMEWT CO., HTD.  Bank of Ottawa Bldgr. Sey. 9040  See   Us,  For All Kinds of Machinery  WHTB.  MACHIWITBTr   CO.   IiXD.  1396 "Richards St. Sey. 7442-7443  PI l ING AN°  PUR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  ainy length -- Q^y diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO., LI a^,  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  as there is a-large amount of this  work to be done before the actual construction will start.' The staff of men  at the drydock will be gradually increased until more than 500 will be  employed. when the work is at its  height.  two Big Theatres Planned  The Famous Players Lasky interests,, which are building the $300,000  Capitol Theatre on the southeast corner of Yates and Blanshard Streets,  are getting the site ready now for excavations. Plans prepared by Eastern architects of the firm have been  completed. The building of this big  theatre will be in full swing r within  six Weeks, it was announced to-day.  The start of.the new'Allen-Theatre  directly across' the street' from the  Capitol, will be several weeks later  in starting, but it will.be rushed  through as was the new Allen Theatre in Vancouver. * -'' -:  C.P.R. Depot and Offices  D. C. Coleman, yice-president of the  C.P.R., has announced -that building  of a new depot and offices at -the  CPJt. Belleville Street wharves will  be started as soon as the season's  travel rush is over. For this building,  |150,000 was appropriated by the'company'last spring.   * ■ ■    ''      '■>  Mayor PoKer has announced that  the Johnson street bridge will be definitely started before -the end- of the  year. All obstacles are being cleared  away, he declared, and. the city engln-  «p>r is now in the East to get immediate action.  Call Bridge Tenders Soon  "We are all ready" now. to ■ call ■ for  tenders for the laying of the bridge  approaches," Mayor Porter announced.  "We shall call for these tenders im9  mediately upon hearing from Mr. Preston that everything is all right, and  we hope, of codrse, that we' shall be  able to call for tenders for the .construction of the "substructure soon  after Mr. Preston's return.early next  month." •  RAILWAY WORK  AWAITS  BRIDGE  Between $500,000 and' $1,000,000 - of  development work on- the-Reserve and-  railroad terminal district >is awaiting  the completion of tlie Johnson street  bridge.. President E. W. Beattj% of  the Canadian Pacific TRailway, has announced new terminals, a new station  and railway office buildings- there as'  soon as the bridge'work is under way.  > The Canadian National Railway is  also waiting on the bridge to bring  its line-in from Point Ellice and build  permanent passenger terminals across from the foot of Johnson street..  Much  Work On   Reserve'' ■  Costly work will have to be done  on the Reserve to provide connection,  with the bridge before it is completed.  This includes the extension of Johnson street to Esquimalt road and tlie  construction of several other road--  ways in the Reserve area to provide  access for factories and railway  freight yards.  A new Dominion Marine Agency  building is to be built on the far side  of the harbor as soon as the bridge  is under way.   -  Outside of the big construction jobs  enumerated here, Building Inspector  Barf estimates that- between now and  next Ma}- there will be more than  $500,000 of small building work started here.  f ^  Gunzeon <2& White  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  -KABIZTB    WOBX    AND    OBNBBAX.  .      BEFArBS  Sey. 1347  163 Cordova St. E.  ENGRAVING &  C0L0RTYPEC?  DE5IGrtERS ZT EMGRAUERS  THE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  /<;• 3M..i-  lc*  ' is read by every  ARCHITECT,   ENGINEER  ■   'Z and'   /  CONTRACTOR  IN   VANCOUVER   AND  VICINITY,  MEN WHO  ARE CONSTANTLY  SPECIFYING AND  BUYING MATERIALS  AND MACHINERY  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 Selection  "Our Fixtures Give the  Right Finishing Touch to  Your Home."  Mistrial IsM  Sty- 1793  INSURANCE  IN ALL ITS  BRANCHES  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  -ESTABLISHES IB 1886  739 XaatlaffB St. W. Sey. 7820  Ground Tlo6r, Wlaeb Bldff.  Vancouver, B. C.  Jobs You'd  Never Hear Of  but for our Dominion-wide newa-  gathering facilities can be r«-  portcd on vour desk e^ery morning. ' A 'blf? dally stream of Jtve  "prospects'* that your sellim?  force 'wlirbe keen, to turn into  orders. .   „-  Building & Engineering  ,*, -     '       *'  %•   '-■- ',,*"j #■■  contract Information, definite and  clean-cut, la here awaiting you:  It will cut down your, sell^n*  expense.' 'It will Increase your  business—epeCd ',up, your salesmen. ,  Write for full Information.  Maclean Dally Beporte," United,  gia Wlaca Bldr-. f/aacoover, B.O.  ' Telephone—Seymour 3013.  REFRIGERATION  |C« Mljpf BteftS a«l MM Sttlafa SftttaU.   S»Ct-  iNii nfriimbn Mi pMs (h si CMttf svnsk  MACHINE SHOP REPAIR WORK OF  EVERY DESCRIPTION.  Llnd« Canadian Raffrlfjaratien  Company Urnftad   -  500 Campbell Ave. ' High. 822  ABCRZTBOTS REGISTER  AT ONCE:  Architects Act of B. C. 1920  To all Architects practicing In the  Province of Britiah Columbia. Take  ■etice that the orsunizntfon of the  Council of the Architectural Insti-  tate haa been completed and notice  thereof haa been published" In tha  Britiah Colombia Oajsette In nccord-  aneeWith tha" Act. .Now, therefor,/  It la Bjeceaeary for all persons prac-  tlolnaf Architecture to ouilse his or  her..iia»e'.:U> J»e. resiatered with the  Secretary of the Inetltute. to«?ether  with credentials natinfuctory to the  council of bete)a; competent nnd in  practice and by pa\ylnar..U> the.aecre-  tary.the ieee .made .payable in, that  behalf? - ~ 7     <. v->--.   '   ,; -     i  Forma of application for resiHtra-  tion ean be obtalaed from the secretary. , v ''*" '  >' A,ll communication*.' requests for  forma or Information must be ;ma'de  . tn syritins;; addressed to ■ the secretary.    *' .   ■,       -;,/  Absolutely *«.  information   will  be  ft-tren  by. tel«cihone. . • t-  *' * By order ef the Council,  -    K-  I*   TOWNLBV,  •"'""..      S*creUiry.  325 Homer Street.    -  Vancouver,  8.  C.  REPORTS  air winch ■uu.Dmo -   aav. aaet  THfiO. KORNER  ■WOWS   mXTWFTT   ASeiSTANCK TO  ,    , THK   FStorCSSION  s    - ^  *»cBiTECTtiBAi,  Airm   lAxnmoArr.  ommtam  asrs.iyn   pt.a^«  AWt»   PKmmtnurrtvKs  ", amnrara', eairaptAi. BUAXxrarata  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS   ""  .    ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we* make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your. Inquiries to   -  FAIRMONT 2794  Robert VV. Hunt & Co., Ltd.  INSPECTING and TtSTINQ ENQINCKRS  218 »«andard Bank BldC. Phona Saymonr 2199  " -     Reakfamt Inspectors at all Large Manufectarln* Centraa   - ,  .  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  LIGHT and POWER        MOTOR REPAIRS        STORAGE BATTERIES  The Jarvis Electric Company. Ltd.  570 Biehards at.  ■Phone  Seymour 175  GILLEY BROS., Limited  CRUSHED  ROClf^SAND   -   GRAVEL  ALL   KINDS   OP   BUILDING   MATERIAL  _. 902 Columbia Stract West  Phona 15 and 16 Naw Westminster, B.C.  CANADIAN JOHNS-MANVILLE  Company, Llmltedj.  Asbestos and its allied products  Roofing  and   Roof  Coatings  Pipe Insulations.   Mastic Flooring  738 HASTINGS ST., W.  V„  SEY. 4427  J  629  THE sh.pp.ng GUIDE  The  Official Shipping Paper  REPORTS ON DEEP-WATER SHIPPINii Yo 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  PENDER STREET WEST    -  '.'''.    VANCOUVER, B,  :- SEY.  J BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  3  ADKISON & DILL  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SPECIALISTS » REINFORCED CONCRETE  325 H.«. SL      S.V. J7.S--S.M128R  Artistic Wire & Iron Works  Manufacturers  ' Fair.  2G48  112-16  Dufferin  St.  BAIN BROS.  Lathing and Plaatarln* Contr'.  ccv  838 HIQH. 1108  SEY'    403 PEMDER ST. W.  CONTRACTORS  PLANT  & EQUIPMENT  ^^    ^ HrjlS"PS^-CONCRttE! MlXERS-REINrdRClNG STEEL AND'FABRIC * - *      *   "  " Rickettsoiis 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.  Ut/a«.iUAX^«   v*"**' ~*^ PHOtfE':     SEY.   3475  5H DOMINION BLDG. TrnMONTON CALGARY  VANCOUVER EDMONTON ^      .  Baynes & Hffrie  General   Contractors,  836 Howe St Seyweur 1389  EDWARD CQ*  Oanoral Contractor r  CaMaet Mahlaa **?V  Sn.1113 R«r530*mSt  British Columbia Ceiling  &'Roofing Co. Itiif  H.   FRITH  SMITH.   MANAGEH  BHEBt     Ml»jU.     OOWTKXOTOHB;    A!»P .'■ MATVWAC.  TtmRHH.     SnO.T    A.MZ> , OKAVKX. .'BOO.rKKB.  Fair. 1367 533 7th Ave. Weat  - ■       ■  McLeod Sheet Metal Works  Furnaces,    Booting-.   'Cornices,    Skylights  and   General   Sheet  MCetal  Work  Seymour  7177 1042  Richards  St.  R.N.DlCER&Co.  CLCCTRICAL CONTRACTORS  ARMATURE AfiD MOTOR WfNDINQ  REPAIR   DEPARTMENT  OPEN DAY AND NlflSHT  Phone Sey. 824 (Day and Bight)  .  1256 Pender St. W.    .   .   Sey.  9316-tt  Sey. 7965 Night Phone'Sey. 637  W. W. FRASER  Electrical Engineer And  CONTRACTOR  602 Bait, St. W. Vancourer, B. O.  under ('onst.rudjojx-  TBCB   rOZiZ.OWX»0   MBU   WOWS   BTJTZ.BZHOS   COBTSTBO    85,000    OB    OVBB,    OB    WXXCK    COKSTBUCTIOB    IB  VHDEB WAT, OB OB WXZCV COBTTBACTS BATE BBBB LW BT/T OOBBTBT/CTXOB BOT YET MABTBD.   DAWES CONSTRUCTION CO.  General    Contractora  Cre-itFiiwrlife   *****B.C.  :"*v ■/:?  Barn  Store  DOMINION.._. ._  Compaqr, Lfflfflep  & Fin—  Residence  «hi. BrlelBg. Wharfss, Bridges.  ***• DnJeMaa*ioas, etc  THE F0UWDAT10N.C0.,  OF B.C. tlilTlD     :  CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS  Start!.. Biik life       Sey. 7920  HARRISON & LAMOND  Industrial Engineers  Siy-wiT 3535 501 Pacific BW.  Character      Three-mory   bank  ..   Alterations      Alters,   to  Kank   Kesidenco    Three-Storey   Bldtf   Residence    Warehouse  -   Gas   I'lunt      Kesldence     Residence   „   Kesldencf;      t-Cwsldence     Addn«.  to  Bank    Power  House      Residence    RoHidence    Residence   .:   Jam and Sutrar Hooms.  Residence      Store  iJldg   rtcsldence  _   Residence ...:    Residence     Residence   _.  i'he&tre '.. ,   Residence <   Residence  Agronomy  Residence  Altera.', to  Residence    Warehouse  Exten.  Residence   ._ -..  Bunjcalow    Residence —  Residence  .'—  Residence  Kesidence  Excavation  Paving    Completing  - -  DwelliiiK A Garage   Bunxalow .„„....„   Dwelling  -   PyreHlns .........—   Store  Building — —  "Dwelling:   ..'. -•■•  ■Warehouse  -   Dwelling    Owclllnfi-  —   Resldenca  .■:   Additions   , »•  Residence _ ••—   tunk  , T    rldpe   Repairs ....  Residence -"■   i?o*itd<«ncc   .'.    Residence      Hijrh School ._    High School  -.   Residence "  —  Alterations   ,— -   Hemodeliinc  Residence^  Addnfi   to   B'.dps *».»••  Additions to residence -  .O well I n X    _...„-^.-.i  Dwelling-"     Dwc-nti)|i    -   OwelHriff   " —  Residence    .... r -'■  .Residence'   »-.- ~  Residence    .—. <—  •Residonce     - •  Residence1'   .—-<   ne*ld«ilcc    :  ...   Residence ._.".....   Dwelling    -   Dwelling   Keniodel. Building    Warehouse      Remodelling   •   Residence      Residence .—; ■■.   Residence   ....~ -   Brick  Bids:.   Addn. to  Elevator    Store Bldg ~-  Genl- , Repairs      Store ' Addns   Pei  ....   Cost  .1300,000  •5100,000  ."$15,000  . $20,000  ...J60.000  . »7«.'000,  ... $8,500  .$340,000  ...$11,000  .....$6,000  $11,000  . $11,500  ...$30,000  .„$10,000  ... $5,500  . $10,000  ..   $7,000   $9,000  $15,000  ...$13,500  centa«e  .. $7,000  .. $5,200  . $5,000  $400,000  GREATER VANCOUVER  "Location ...'. _'. .'-'  Owner  Seymour & Ha^t...Union Sank ol Canada  Cordova St '. David Spencer I.tdl  Hastings & Hamilton..Bank of Hamilton  Marine Drive   George Kldd  Gore and  Pender.„.Chlnese Nat.  I^eaRrue  Marine Drive  ::~:.. ~-B. D. Regera  340  Railway  ....." G.H.  CottneH;  KalRe Creek • Vancouver Gaa Co.  Marine Drive ....^. "Wm. M. McKenzie  Turlton Place  ;..Dr. M. Sparrow  3-1 th  &  Markham Mrs.  C.  McTavleh  An«us  Ave. A 27th XV. B.  Ferris  Cordova St.  E... Bank  of Montreal  Drake St Dominion Canners 'Ltd.  1905- J 2th Ave. W .AlexvChalmers,  4!)th  St,, MaKee  Mrs.  .1. W.  Allan  27th  & Selkirk  JF. XT. Chapman  Drake St. ........Dom. canners».of B.C.- Ltd.'  29th   &   Margaret  St _.F.   G.  Brans"  3H-20  Pender St.  E... -   ~  Point Grey  —  4538   Marguerite.....'   1174  26th  Ave  -.   6919 Cypress' , Mrs." M. 'A.'Ross  S00 Block Sey. SL..B. C. -Paramount Ltd.  J. R. TACEY & SON  HEATING, VENTILATING AND  GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK   H.- F. Tons:   C. A. Wlokens   R.- Mowbra.y  „H.  De S. Carey  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  338 Birk's Bids*. •eymonr 4€06  ... $9,000  ... $7,000  ._$11,000  ...$14,5»0   $o,500  ... $5,000  ...$10,000  $15,500  ... $5,00$  . $10,001  . $10.00C  ... $7,000  ... $5,004  .$513,001  . $55,000  ...$28,000)  ..„f.$5.10b.|  ... $5,400  .... $5,000 j  ..„ $7,500  ....$20,000  ... $5,000  $25,000  „ $5,000  .... $5,000  .... $9,00,0  .... $7,000  $12,000  ... $30,000  ....$10,500  ,_....$5,80O  .$20,000  .L'....$7,300   $36,347  ...$175,000  $12,000  „ $5,000  ^...$5;o«o'}  ...$25i000  ■$12,000  .... $5.ooa  .. $S.0Q0  .... $5.S00  ..„■ $5,000,   $5,000  ....$s,o'>o:,   $5,000   j-siaQo:'   $5.0*10   $5;oqo.;Y  .... $'€i0aaM  ....   $6,000  ^   $5,60,0   555,000  . $*>0.000  .." $35:000  ... $5,000  . ... $6,000  $9,300  "   $18,000   $10,000     $6,000   $7,500  ....$12,000  Honeyman A Curtis...  J."E." Parr"ZZZZZZZZZ  H. H. Gillingham     Contractor   _   Downing & Kyall     S.   S.   XV.  27 th "c4"Ca7"rier"T"!"!!l"~!.~n"~".w!"T"Re"ad  Shaughnessy   Heights„ B.   J.   Jayne  Point Grey .'. _ U. ef B. C.  Connaught St J.  T. -Griffin  623  Granville   St „ Edwards  Bros.  672C   Laburnum D.   Robertson  159 Water St -A. P. Sfade,Co.  Arenue   "D". Shaughnessy- M.  Rector  list Ave. W  Artistic Bung. Contra.  17th Ave .'-...Dr. C. H. Vrooman  Cartier A Connaught Dr.........H. J.Perrln  1135  10th Are.  W M. J. Coulaon  8S07  ]2th Ave. W.....:.„..... .G. B.  Adams  Ballantyne Plei * .Dom. Gavmt.  Cfty  Streets  .  City, of  Vancouver  Shaughneesy Heights  A." B. Tulk  *27th Ave. A Carter St C. N. Wood  2011 37th Ave. XV.: _„: ,..."J. Hum»-  1997 35th Ave. W  _..W. H. Collard  4564  3rd Ave. XV J W.  Brim*  Cordova'&  Columbia J.   Merastien  1780   13th  Ave.  W Mrs.  H.   E.  Murray  Industrial   Island  Gibsons;   Ltd  US5 3Sth Ave. W S. Colllngii  6556   Laburnum - A.  L.   Raraag*  <469 Angus Ave Mrs. M. CHealy  Jericho   Jericho Country.Club  Connaught Drive  „.C.  B. McAllister  Marpole  Royal   Bank of Canada  Engineer's Dept _ .'..Day Labor  124 6 27th Ave. W „ -C. Woodburn  Matthews Ave. & Aler.'dra....J. K. Duncan  2327 CollinKWOod St -.■..„......R. H: Ward  Soiith Vancouver....So. Van. School Board  Marpole  Pt. Grey School Board  4312.Pine Street  - W.  McLean  R. C.  M. P. Barrack.* ........Dom. Govrmt.  33S0 Granville St. ...Charles JS. Campbell  falrview .:. -"University of B. C.  Shaughnessy Heights  E.  B. Hamber  JS29  42nd Ave. W— J. W. S. McLeod  i?,93"27th Ave. W.  Mrs; F. Elkins  '_70S  33rd  Ave.  \V..._ _.W.   Hansen  '4th  &  Highbury —J.  B.  Barreau  "Shaifghnessy  Park   W.  ^Valsh  ~    " A. M. Farquahar  Shaughnesify Park    _.. .  Falrview' •„ .'. Mrs. J.  Grahatn  Fairview   J.   J.  Cunningham  Fa'irvfew .' _ —T. McG Robertson  Falrview     :_ A. -B.- C.  Ltd.  Strathcona Place  .—ir.   G.   Wright  C57S Maple St - : F. R.  Murray  16S6 13th Ave. W W. H. Dargavel  Gran, ft Robson Sis Royal  Bk. of-Can.  Ft.  Gore   Ave Can. Fishing  Co.  Seymour A Pender ..Toronto Trusta Crp.  1775   10th  Ave. W C.  J.   Ph(lltp.««  15th  Ave.  W , Cosmo  Bruce  ,S3rd A Connaught Dr B. A. Shatford  Seymour  Near  Dunsmuir  St...Mr.  Jones  K>05 6th Avel XV. ,s X. McLennan  Hastings St. E K   Uyesugl  Fairfield  Block J.   Rogers  121-5 Pender E. ..." K. H   Long  Architect —.1   _  Contractor  Sum'vlUe & Putman._Hodgson.'K,-& Mar.   -*.r Dominion  Constr.   Co.  A. E. Henderson I. C. Allen  Townley & Matheson..E. J, Ryan Con. Co.  Edwardes  Sproat 7 J. MoGougan  Bernard C. Palmer....Dominion Const. Co  ..-:- Baynes  &  Horie   _   „ -Owners  Townley  &  Mathes"n....„......"VVm.  J.   Read  Townley & Matheson Chas. Purdy   ?.. Irvine   &   White  H. H. Gillingham  S. J. Newitt  Honeyman & Curtis Baynes  & Horie  J.- ;E. Parr „ Fredk. Sherborne   -Owner   A. L. Ramage  '    Colton  J. Newitt  J.  Newitt  H. -Chow  ...J. Laing   ,.,„  .j     Owner   B.  S. Realty Co.   Stewart  &   (Voltart  Thos.  Lamb.  Toronto.;.JDom.- Constr.  Co.  Townley & Matheson. Supervis'g Archt».  Townley A -Matheson.* _ W. J, Read  Townley & Matheson ".... J.-'B. Stirling  Sharp. A Thompson-... S. N. McLeod  Mackenzie' AVSBow- Cj F. Robinson  Dalton & Eveleiah  XUxon & Murray  Townley; &; Matheson A: L. Ramage   ." .' Dominion  Constr.   Co,  Mackenzie & Bow  -..Blackley*"*: Co.  Owners „...'... '..-. - :<S. --H- -Shave  'James A. Benzle..Roger«- Bros.���'■'A"'Sinclair  James A. Benzie..Rogers Bros. & Sinclair      -    Day ~ Labor   i ^ - .-. _ S. iA.   Pellar   -Grant  &  McDonald   ..Columbia   Bithulithie  Co.. 'Ltd  Bernard C. Palmer....;— J. K. Sinclair   „ H,  S.  Griffiths  _ ; :....':.  cm. Phillips   .-  -„     Owner   __ „..F; XV.   Farley  FL H.  Simmonds Snider Bros.  & Son.  Owner" - -.-- 7...7 F.   XV.   Mellish   _ _ T. MoClay   .'. Bargain  Sales  Realty  Co-   ;  ,r.  Owner  ....'. „ _ „ M. C.  Griffith  Bernard C. Palmer J. K. Sinclair  Maclure A Lort 7....7 .".J. S. Crowell  Gardiner & Mercer.;„H6dgsoh. King A M,  Connaught Bridge  ....City of Vancouver  _-. '. Woodburn, &  Chaytor  Gardiner & Mercer   _ Day Labor  GSllam & Mountain Cook & Kawlcin?  Twizell. Birds & Twizell .Peter Tardiff  Twizell. Birds'& Twizell  Owners.  .G.  Churchill A Son  Owners-  — —-J. W. Bye  Townley & Matheson—JDixon & Murray-  Sharp & Thompson Baynes A Horie  B.' C.  Palmer ...:.:.:..�� T.   L.  Gray  „„*_. „. :     Owner  ■ _   _ S.   X.   McLeod  _11   .IWoodbum   A   Chaytor  :•„ - M. C Griffiths   .^ .—Faulds,   McQueen .& Pearce  „. .' '..Faulds. McQueen & Pearce   77— >.Faulds. "McQueen & Pearce    _ Faulds. McQueen & Pearce   ;;. Faulds,, McQueen & Pearc«   ;', Faulds, McQueen & Pearce  Downing & Kayll  Owner   _ _ A.   H.   Cromie   .-- - _     Owner  Oard.  & 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  Contraetor  W.  H.  Chow  Seymour 381-7  1160  Seymour  St  JENKINS ELECTRICAL  Company. Limited  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  rj.F.CTIIJCAt.'    IXSTALI.ATIOXII      O*      BVBKT  DXSCKirTIOK.        JPCPCTUICAI. .  HOITUIM  Sey. 9513  539 Main Street  S-  VV. BRADS HAW  GRATES TILES and MANTLES  MOSAIC   FLOORS  LAID  JOBBING ATTENDED TO     .  Phone Traasr 178 X   446 45th Ave. Z.  " Specialist   in   Cement   Work  ED. HUGGINS  .*. ;. ;r j   :\.<r. -:.'    t;•.'? a  ;- \  rXAXSf   AKS    OBBAltB-VTAI.       rZUaBTBBBB   Bay. 3536-BV '"   3538 Third Are. W.  Percy F. Letts  Electrical Eiginer art CeatrwUr  Xlffh-Class < Electrical   Work  aad   FUturaa  Bay.  441 .3044   Granville' St.  SAMUEL B. REDBURN  a 'AMti Tiann*a  lOasaXVT - <*"- -   ■  OXTXB  Wf>   rairmoat' 484 B  314 7th Ats. %.■.        ▼aacoaTar, B. C  MAIN ELECTRIC  OZBEBAIi  BEPAXB8 — ABHATOBX  WZBDZHO —, SWITCKBOABBS  XBBTAIAATZOBS  •247HastiupSt,L  Sty. 3856  J. C. RESTON  BXZCTBXCAXi   BBOXBZBB  ABB COBTBACTOB  411 HOWE ST.  SEY. 1991  soua  t&TliMJjnfJIL  DISTRIBUTORS  DUPLEX   MOTORS   LIMITED  1233 Hornby St- Say. 8*461  CEDAR  2759 - 22nd Ave.E.  PAINTERS   AND   DECORATORS  - frilR. 3313 Y.  Palmer Bros.  Oanaral   Cantractora  929 Mail SL  Sey. 4878  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  OOBBICX, BKTX.IOBT. SafOKB-  STAOX8.     AXTTO  WOBX.  Anything in Sheet Metal and Roofing.  .:   ■. T. Scarlett, Mcz.  757  Beatty  St. * ' Sey.  7645  ~>r  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  > BABB 'aad . DOOBB--OP"riCB '   '  ■- rxzTinixa ■■-■■■•'•  Beadsawlar aad' Taralaf, ate,  1730   Semlin   Drive Highland   374  GRAND VIEW SHEET  METAL WORKS, LIMITED  rtTBBACES.   OOBBXCza,   9,  Z.ZOHTS aad  OEBXBAX  JOBBXBO  (•S3 Vsaabisa 8t  HlabUatf 442  Robertson & Partners Ltd.  Public Worka Contractora  and Enginaara  Sey. 1274     422 Metropolitan Bldg  RUSH & READ  PLAIN AND BHMMENTALIPLASTERING  AND CEMENT WORK  Bay. 3370  Bay.  1603 B.  STEWART & COLTART  3341 St. Oeora-e St.     355 o»*» »  Character  ....    itafl road       Railroad     _.  Bridge  .„   Plant Extensions -~   3   Storey  Addn.    Boys  Training  School   Municipal Hall   ,21   Cottages „ :   Reclamation   Work ' :  Boys'   Training   School.......  Milk Condensory     .fietnodellinR   School    .-..  Paving   Pacific   Highway.  Dairy   Barns   Pavins   Fruit  Storage  Whse.  .......  Memorial   Hall   Dwelling    Power Plant   .....  Quinsam  River Bridge ....  ; School  ..:...... ..'*   Warehouse Addn   Paving ■niver Road'. _  l'"*o«r   Houses   Bank     Rubber -Factory    Fish  Oil Plant   School   Indian   School    X...  Railway Station ..._   School   Bank   Rank   Residence    ".—  School   Stock  Barn  ..!.:   Altern  to Theatre   Bunk  : ;   Peter Tardiff  General   Contractor  REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS  Sey.7898R  —*  1121 Bidwell St.    Cost   1,000,000^   $330*,000  $125,000  "Z. iio.ooo  ....$140,000   ..$16,216  . ...$"5,000  ...$1,180.0.00  .$73,200   $150,000  - $3,000  .$120,000  '  ....$5,300  $r>t',ooo  ""."-$30,000  ..$.10,000  ' "... $0,000   $65,000  ZZ.Zi'i'i'M'6 i   .""$:'b,cb6   ...$12,000  ' '. $35,000  ..$75,000  $20,000  .'.'.'.'.'..' $4 7,000  $17-1.500  ".""_...$25.000  .$20,000  $1.1.000  . ...$10,000  $27,000  $102,233  '.. .. $12,000  ...Day Work  ....... $35,000  BRITISH  COLUMBIA GENERAL.  location • ...i...„„ ...'„..;:.i:^. -J77-Z Owaar  Princeton to Copper tot... .B. C. Copper Co.  AJbt-rni to Groat Central Lake........C.r.R.  Deep Creek, P.Q.E  Prov.  Govmt  Mill Creek ....Whalen Pulp & Paper Mills  Westminster ....Westminster Bre.wcry Co.  Coquitlam Prov] Govmt  Coquitlam    Municipality  Poivell River Powell River Co.  Sun-ias I^ake j. Prov.  Govmt.  Coquitlam     Prov.   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.  Courtenay G.  XV.  V.  A.  Kelowna, B. C. : - _   Alice  Arm Taylor Engineering  Co.  Near  Campbell   River Prov. Govmt  Lynn Valley  No. Vane. School Dlst.  Vernon Vernon   Fruit  Assn.  South Vancouver : Prov. Govmt  Penticton _ Soldiers   Hsr-.   Scheme  Penticton   Bank  of Hamilton  Pt. Coquitlam....Gregory Tiro & Rub. Co."  Nanaimo •„ 1 ......71.  B. Jardino  Architect  VANCOUVER FORGE CO. j  .. ,v'j .t   „;. rjiBitpsl -^ 7 !    -     ' *  FORGINGS  or All ocstRipYiONS  Ft.  Victoria Iirive".     'Highland  701  RICHARDSON ELECTRIC CO.  Engineers & Contr«c%qr»  ElECTIICli «STILUTUXS IF ILL INNS  923 Georgia St W. Sey. 1696  S.M. MORRIS & CO. LTD.  J '      GCT OUR PRICE^ON    ._  "FIRE ESCAPES "  Bay.   1043  ,va.  212O-21S0   Cedar   St  Wttliams Electric  _ ^Cpn^pany.^  E"LECTBICAI> COBTBACYOBS  COBBTB'OCTXOB'.    llCAZVTEVAVCZ  ,--  ABB   BEPAXBS  434 Xomar •treat ,-; "Phone Bay. 4024  ir  HJJees  WJLKrnsf  GRANVILLE WOOD WORKS  H.   HUTCHINSON,   pROPNUTOa  CABINET MAKERS AND CARPENTERS  BAND SAWING AND WOOD TURNING  GENERAL JOBBING  Sey. 9478  735 H«lmcken St.  DOMINION  PHOTO CO.  Ctnoiirciil Ptatojrap.ers  •IS OMNVtixC ST. ' SKY. 2«SS  Courtenay  Stuart. I>ake    Nanaimo ._ E.  North Cedar    Williams  Lake Can.  West Summerland ....Can,  Pnrksville. V.  I....  Penticton  Prov. Govmt  Pom. Govmt.  & N. Railvray   Prov. Govt.  Bank, of  Com.  Bank of Com.  „....M. P. Beattie   School   Board  -Factory'     Hound, Hoiis?  School   •   ^iewldtmce    —•• -   Two Storey Block     Store   Bldg   Additional   Storey      Abattoir      Restaurant -.   ••„..W(-i,p,-.   Alterations  Residence   Moh" Shops etc....  P<  $200 000  .$30,000  $100,000  $50,0lt0  $29,000  ,...$■10,900  ...$19.9-10  ,...$50,000  ..  $11,500  ■ rcentnge  .  $-10,000  I'enuuioii'   .—   _  Annacis Island..Annnc.is Stock Far»>i Ltd.  Columbia St., New West.—Royal Theatre  Anyox   Can.   Bank ot   Commerce.  VICTORIA  Victoria....Sydncy Paper Mills A Rfp. Co.  Victoria    Can.   N.at'1   RJwys.  Victoria The,WV.lnws School  Oak Buy. Victoria '. ft. W.. Gibson  Douglas St., Vic Mrs. XV. H. Dou^vk  Douplas & Broughton „-....Otto Weller  "Doupljis  A  Broughton Otto  Weller  Palmer Station  J. B. Pagan  Oriental   Alley    „ ....Honp   Tonp  CralBdarrcich  J".........-.............T.  XV.' Spencer  St.   Charles  St H.   F.   Bullen  ..........   Contractor  . .„...jv. E. Griffin & Co.    :.„Foundation   Co.  Prov.  Govmt......... Canadian  Bridge  Co.  Owners 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 &. Hap-rison  Joseph H. Bowman Henry J. Emery  Public Wks Dep-t. ..Cotton Co;.  Ltd.  Gardner & Mercer.. Jas. Hyslop  Public Wks. Dept Harrison & Lamond  Twizell.  Birds  & .Twizell  ■_.'„.  W. A. Owen. Cumberl'd H. Trehearne  JWV.   Benzie   .....'.V.  J.  Winkel   W.  V.  Huttt  Public   Wks. Dept ....Robert Moncrieff  Blackadder & Mackay Baynes & Horie   .i.........J.  F.  Moffat  Public Wks. Dept.....Harrison A Lamond;  Swan &  Augustine _ B.  F.  Priest  A. D. Ache-son  _ R. N. Wyatt  Gardiner   A Mercer Owners  Wm. Fred'k Gardiner ;._.Day Labor  Public  Works   Dept Robt   Moncrieff  Dept of Indian Attair3....Robt. Moncrieff  Owners    George Wilson  Pub. Wks. Dopt E. J. Ryan Contr. Co?  Wm. Fredk. Gardiner  Thos. Wyley  Wm.  Fred'k Gardiner Thos. Harvey  Maclure & Lort Mr. Vestaunet  Bell A Curtis  M. A. Clark  Wm. Fredk. Gardner....Sloan & Harrison  Edwardes  Sproat .....James Hyslop  Wm. Fredk Gardner..Foundation Co., B.C.  ..:  Co-operntivo Contract Co.  Owners  Robertson & Partners  C. B. Watkins ~ Luney Bros.  Mnolure  &  Lort  Robt   Moncrieff  Percv  Fox A.  Lookley.  Esquimau  Percv  Fox  Luney  Bros.  Percy Fox  Luney Bros.  J. C.  M. Keith Lnndie & Keith  _.-. Parfltt Bros.  Percy   Fox Harry Cattwall  P. L!  James P. McKechnie  FOR  GENERAL  BUILBING  CONSTRUCTION  ALTERATIONS  OR  REPAIRS  CONSULT  E.J. RYAN  CONTRACTING CO.. LTD.  Telephones, Seymour 8585-8586  Suite 5, Fairfield Bids.. 445 Gran. St.  Tlie Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and REPAIRS  12 Hastings SL E. %       Sey. 1224  Phcna Seymour 1878.  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers ot  Switch Boards, Banal Boards, Steal  Cabinets, etc '  Switches designed and built for any  special work.  Industrial Island      Vancouver, B. C.  f  H.'A. WSLES  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations,   ©*c"  1350 8th Ave. W.       Bayview 2278  Public Works!"'Contractors   — ii 1.1111 i.immfr  <MM«b  Office Si3-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  Telephones Say. 6191-6192  NORTHWEST LIME CO.  We carry -a large stock of  "NORTHWEST LIME" manufactured in Victoria and which we are  prepared to furnish Building (Don-  tractors and Plasterers at lowest  prevailing prices.  pppBBWpPPPBsBBSBBappppaaB  1683 Oeorsria Street Wart  Office:    Sey. 7075      P.es.: Fair. 213SL  J.H. Healey  OFTOMBTBIST  825 Birks Bid?. Vancouver, B C.  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.  -"Si  762 Granville Street  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  Jas. Dwyer. Proprietor and Chef  E. CHRYSTAL,  & Company Ltd.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Manufacturers of  SASH and DOORS,  R-1.LL WOKK, STORE  & OFFBCE FIXTURES  Office and Factory  108 Georgia ST., E.     Seymour 8551  Fairview Sand  & Gravel Co-,  U mi ted  .PROMPT DELIVERY  Granville- lsld.  Sey. 6761 BRITISH OOLgMBIA BBCOBD.,,^  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING & HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  PbMK Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. G.  ■^  BUILDING PERMITS AMOUNTING OVER $750.00  Number  "Paserlptloa  Cast  12333—Store   Bldg, $15,000  12335—Work Shop < ?1,000  12336—DWelling'  L    ?2,500  12337—Dwelling    $2,500  Street Address)  Tot «t< wlogic [Bu*dayfetou  ArtJUftfat  Oanaraotor  Adur—   Owner  Addreaa  58-60 Hastings St. E .'..'....11—13  196 H.  B. Walker  C. H. Taylor  305 Homer St.  2541  Carolina  St 12—156A  264A   ■< Owner      1475 Haro St 17—44  385 H. J. Pritchard  1465 Haro .St 17—44 !lS5    H.  J.   Pritchard  J  12344—Repairs    -    $1,000  1132 Hamilton St.  FRASER REVEft  PILE DRIVING  Co., Limited  1*. A. Jonas, aSaTx.  WHARF BUILDING, BRIDGES,  PILE  FOUNDATIONS, ETC.  Owners   of   Tug"   "Cllve"  Ssneral Towing  324  FRONT ST.   NEW WESTMINSTER  TELEPHONE 1015  12345—Temporary Stoge ?2,000  12347—Lumber Shed  I.  ?3,300  12348—General   Repairs $1,500  12349—General Repairs  ....,-. $800  12350—General  Repairs $3,000  1251—Alterations   7..  $900  3 2353—General  Repairs   $2,500  12354—General  Repairs   $2,500  12355—Dwelling    $4,000  1805 Georgia W   Ft. Dunlevy Ave .-.   70 Hastings W   805 Pender St. W   77  Powell  St.   120 Hastings W. .,   1146 Commercial Drive ....:   3 508-14 5th Ave. W ."....:   3696 Pt. Grey Rd 1—5  .Honeyman   &   Curtis  .Dalton  &   Eveleigh  540  T.  Lees  Owners    : ;   Owners   .: „ ]   B. Davidson  1012 Broughton St.  Owners     Owners   A. Layler  128 41st Ave. E.  H. A. Wiles  1350 8th Ave. W.  H. A. Wiles....1. 1350 Sth  Ave. W.  H. A. Wiles  1350 8th Ave. W.  H. A. Wiles .1350 Sth Ave. W.'  H. A. Wiles  1350 Sth Ave. W.  Chas.  Gross     A. Videck  574 Broadway E.  Andersons, Ltd 350 Pender St. W.   »• ~»»   National Drug Co "  Vancouver Arena Co ,  B. C. Mill, Timber & Trading Co....  T. A. Fee    Caledonian   Investment   Co 1   Sam Kee    Hewson Bros   A.  E.  Short    ZZ.   W. Stuart  .' • ZZZ.  T. Lees     HP  m  i  Mai'.'  ■fe'i  Fair, Robinson & Bird Limited  Designers and , Manufacturers of  HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  r  Walter Murray  ErnU Korray  Murray Bros., Ltd.  PLUMBING and HEATING  CONTRACTORS  "RADIANT LIGHTS"  For Commercial LlKhtlnfiT  546 Howe Street  Phone Sey. 3312  ■   •< ■■  SSTVOT/B 8614  137 Powell St.  Vancouver. B. C  B.G. CONSTRUCTION NEWS  LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL BUILDING, TENDERS   WANTED,   BRIDGES,   HIGHWAYS   ETC.  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfittlng  1027 Hew* St.  -   VaneoHVsr, B. C ■  PHmnrnjimy. ISO  *—. Slay. 77  3. J. Tricksy  <JB. X. Elliott  Central Sheet  Metal Works  PLUMBING    HEATING  VENTILATING  . ^.- ' ^ * ? ■*/ >' -,'  560 Cambfo St.,      Soy. 620  VANCOUVER PERMTS  12332—Chas. Ganholm, garage, 229  Templeton Dr., $75. '  12334—James Haddad, garage, 2328  Heather St., $150. ,  12338—E.   A.   Morris, .parking  sta:  tion, 970 Hastings W, $800.  -   12339—J.    W. ' Shellshear,    garage,  1241 14th Ave. E., $150. . *  12340—S. W. Miller, garage; 3462  Point Grey Rd., $150, J. B. "Arthur,  Contr. , ''*_ ..  12841—G. VH. Manning, chicken  house, 577 8th Ave. E.; $125, J. Owens?  Contr.  12343—Fleishman's Yeast Co., platform, rear 1166 Burrard St., $200, F.  Gibbs, 518 Hamilton St., Contr.  12346—XV.   Partridge,    frame bldg.,  3075 28th Ave. E., $500.'  •*12352<-rCaledonian.   Invest.   Co:,   re-  pairs,~ 915  Richards  St.,  $600,  H. A.  Wiles, Contr.     . ^  Mrs. T. Lees .2744  Dunbar St.  12356—D. M.-Hourigan, garage, 1122  Robson St.,- $100.'    ;  A. H. -pfitcfaeU  B. J. XltchsU  A.H. MITCHELL  AND COMPANY  Plumbing - Heating,  C& ...  Sheet  Metal  GET OUR PRICES FIRST  584 Richards  St.  Sey. 1784  sTOTXCZ TO COcTTXACTOmS  J  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF ,  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  NEW STORE BUILDING  I    -. ON  HASTINGS ST. EAST  ' (Continued from pap*e 1)  new block. The new structure i3 to  be 25 by 90 feet in size and will- be of  reinforced concrete, brick and tile  construction. It will involve an outlay of more than $15,000.     '  -  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANG-  / Wfi and KALSOMINING  Sey. 8765       Sey. 6766  1865 Dunsmuir St.  .j  CONTRACT FOR $40,000 -  SUMMERLAND HOSPITAL  (Continued from Page 1)  furnish it completely. Tlfe new wing  will be a complete unit, having a  splendidly equipped-, operating room  and a dispensary,.. ij| addition to four  private wards, it" will be connected  to the main building through a sun  parlor, which promises to be of gi-eat  benefit to convalescents.. It is-expect-  ed that a number of.,sub-contracts in  connection with the wing will be  awarded at the next' meeting of the  board.  TO COZTTRACTOBS  "Soldiers' Housing Scheme"*  Weat Vancouver, B.  C.  Contractors desirous of tendering on  any of the above houses can obtain  l.'kins and specifications and any information from the supervising architect,  Theo. Korner, 217-S^. Winch Building,  Vancouver,  B.  C.    '  Sealed tenders addressed to the 'undersigned and endorsed "Tender for 'Dry  Dock at Esquimau, British Columbia,"  will be received at this office until 12  o'clock noon, Thursday, Dec. 9, 1920, for  the construction of a Dry Dock, at Esquimau,   British^ Columbia.  Plans and- forh^s. of contract can be  seen and specification and forms of tender obtained at this Department; at the  offices of the District-Engineers at-Victoria,' B. C; Equity Building, Toronto,  Ont.; 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 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 five 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. "   i  Note.—Blue prints can. be-obtained"at  this Department by depositing an 'accepted bank cheque for the sum of $50,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, whicli will be returned  if the intending bidder submit a, regular  bid.  £ By •   -d  --.   -    ■ R.   C.   DESROCHERS,  Secretary  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa,  Sept.  14,  1920.  ,   KOTXCX TO COVTBACVOBS  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 t>o crib and  dredging at Hollyburn, West Vancouver,  B.  C.  Plans 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  :New Westminster, B. C; and at the Post  Offices. Vancouver, B. C, and Hollyburn, B.C.  . Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with conditions contained  therein.  : Each'fender must be accompanied by  ah 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 old urn-  ■ount.  rTota—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheque for'the sum of $10,  payable to .the order of thc 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. , - - ,  SIDNEY ROOFING  AND PAPER CO., LTD  Manufacturers of  Ready Roofing. Building Papers.  Dry   and   Saturated Felts,  Barbados Roofing Paint  •. •  VICTORIA, B.C  WRIGHT BROS.  ~ BUILDERS--  SEY. 3315       511 DUNSMUIR ST.  INLAY HARDVYGOO FLOOR  COMPANY  J.   Dikrsson.   Manager     *  FLOORS   LAID AND OLD   FLOOrtS   REFINI3HEO  "929 "Pender St. "W. Bey. 9201  Baa. Fkono": North Van. 848  ^\  Jot it down  in a  JUX&  Loose Leaf Memo  "T fits the vest-pocket and  is always ready to receive  facts and figures and all  kinds of data, such as every  . busy person needs.  New sheets replace old ones,  making the cover a permanent  investment.  Lightest, strongest, simplest  and most compact memo book.  rigger  "WANTED. —• "Responsible position, in  Contraction Coy., 'lumber or Woodworking- Coy., or Building Supplies. All  roiuid building experience. Excellent  references. "Pair. 3987 B or Box 100,  •Socovd  Office.      ' ,  NICK COSCO  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  EXCAVATING.   CONCRETE   WORK   AND  SEWERS.   GRADING   ROADS  AND •  LAND   CLEARING  1367 Soymonr St.  Sey. 7325-1.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  '"Sealed Tenders addressed toithe undersigned, and endorsed . "Tender for  wharf at Sandspft, B. C," will. be received at this office until J 2,, o'.clock  noon, Tuesday, October 5. 1920,' for the  construction of -a wharf -at ^Samlspit,  Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte Group,  Skeena District, B. C. • <  _• Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification and fcfrms 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 Sandspit, 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 Mfnister of  .Public Works, equal to 1-0 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.  Rote—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheqi*e,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. DESBOCTIRRS,  r^ - — Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, .September •!.   1920.  " NEVER LEAK " Roof Coating  Now .5 the season to recoat your ReaoV rWini br*lvfctal Roof  Barrels or "4 g^j\^^^Z:iZZ^Z'^^Z^-,>:  "A Stitch in Time Save. Nine.'  PACIFIC  ROOFING  CO,  MANUFACTURERS ^  Seymour  n  11*96  Industrial Island  iV^fiCpuver. B.C.  Campbeli;iiiii*liJii  '. BsrUbli,fl.a -"i^^^^'g^^i^^:?^^  ' Roofin§-'Cjprtliiii(iil|i  rjJMMACK—▼"CBTXZ^lTXHO    TA^M-^O^W    ^Stx^I  «KTMO«T»-^r-»l»Aafc^rOBB»OW^te  1338 Seymoor St.  Vanooaver, B.  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