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Grouped Catalogue of Building Trades in One Volume 






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SUPPLEMENT 

1914 



Indexed According to Trades for 
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INTRODUCTION 




ATALOGUES in some form or other are indispensable to the Builder and 
Contractor, and any scheme that tends to improve or solve the catalogue 
problem will be a boon to them as well as the manufacturers who publish same. 

In publishing the third edition of the "Supplement" to our "Specification 
Data," which is now so welhknown throughout the Architectural and Engineering; 
communities of Canada, the publishers feel they have succeeded in creating a medium 
whereby the person who purchases building materials may have constantly before him 
that vital information which is so essential to him at the time he so urgently 
requires it. 

The advertisements contained herein, which are drawn up in a purely technical 
manner, are identical with those contained in our "Specification Data," in the 
hands of the Architectural and Engineering professions. This arrangement will be 
readily appreciated, as any material specified by an Architect can be immediately 
traced by the Builder or Contractor in his "Supplement" copy. 

The publishers have endeavoured, so far as they possibly could, to bring this 
"Supplement" entirely within the scope of the Builder and Contractor. It embraces 
every trade entering into the construction of a building. The advertisements are drawn 
up in a technical manner and are very comprehensive in their scope. Careful consider- 
ation has been given to the presentation of practical details. Unnecessary pictures and 
display type have been entirely avoided. The Builder and Contractor has, therefore, 
before him a medium by which he can obtain competitive prices on practically every 
building material known. He obtains the information he desires on a moment's notice. 

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Builders and Contractors who find the work useful can help to make it still more 
complete, not only by sending information of a technical character and local needs, but by 
letting the advertisers know the book is approved of by them, and in this connection also 
the pubhshers earnestly solicit the valued co-operation of Builders and Contractors in 
mentioning "Specification Data" when specifying therefrom. 

The Editor. 






NOTE -A feature which should prove mutually profitable both to the BuUde, and 
Cont^aclor on the one hand, and the advertiser on the other is the estabhshment of a 
we -equipped Information Bureau at the Head Office of the pubhshers. Thxs Information 
Bm-eau contains the catalogues of all the leading manufacturers o bmldmg materials and 
equipment, together with prices and information of all kinds. This department is at the 
free disposal of Builders and Contractors, who are cordially mvited to send - their en- 
quiries when desiring information on any building material which may not be fully listed m 
this volume Should such infonuation not be immediately available upon receipt of the 
enquiry the publishers will obtain same and fonvard it without delay^ No enquiry is too 
small to receive attention, as it is the publishers' aim to make this^Information Bureau of 
practical and definite value to the users of '' Specification Data." 



KINDLY NOTE. 

This " Supplement" is sub^divided according to trades and follows 
as our loose-leaf "Specification Data," These sub-divisions run, 
respective fohos, as follows: 



Miscellaneous . . - ■ ■ 
Foundations, jMasonry and Brickwork 

vStone and Terra Cotta 
Reinforced Concrete 
Terra Cotta Fireproofing 
vStructural Steel 
Roofing and .Sheet Metal 
Carpentry and Joinery . 
Hardwood Fittings . 
Flooring .... 
Plastering and Compo 
Painting and Glass 
Tiles and Marble 
Elevators and Lifts . 
Bronze and Ornamental Iron 
Hardware and Kitchen Equipment 
Decorations and Furniture 
Electric Wiring and Fixtures . 

Plumbing 

Heating, Ventilation and Power 

Hollow Steel Doors, Steel Sash and Kalamein 

Vaults and Safes 

Insulation and Refrigerators 

Fire Protection . 



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51-55 

56-77 

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148-166 

167-198' 

199-216 

217-224 

225-240 

241-252 

253-328 

329-342 

343-348 

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



For Index to Materials, see General Index immediately following. 



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Acetylene Construction Co., Ltd 252 

Adam, Frank, Electric Co 234 

Alabastine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

AUith Mfg. Co., Ltd 200 

American Enamekd Brick & Tile Co . . . .' 13-16 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works 

of Canadian AlHs-Chalmers, Ltd 168-169 

Asbestos Mfg. Co., Ltd 58-59 

Athey Company 8(i 

Atlantic Terra Cotta Co. . . : 25 

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Batts, Ltd 70 

Beaver Board Co., Ltd 223 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd 91 

Bird & Son 66^67 

Brantford Roofmg Co., Ltd . 60-Gl 

Brennan, John, & Co 322-323 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 94 

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Cabot, Samuel, Inc 128-129 

Canada Acme Metal Weatherstrip Co., Ltd 88 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 55, 315 

Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd . 52 

Canadian Cutler Mail Chute Co., Ltd 191 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd ; 313 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 239-231 

Canadian H. W. Johns-IManville Co., Ltd .68-69, 98-99, 113, 232. 241. 304-305, 350 

Canadian Independent Telephone Co 237 

Canadian Office and School Furniture Co., Ltd 89 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 176-186 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd 326-327 

Canadian Pyrofugont Flooring Co., Ltd : 95 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co., Ltd 311 

Canadian vSteel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill' 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co., Ltd 77 

Carpenter, George 9, 250 

Ceresit Waterproofing Co 42-43 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Church, Ross & Co 32-33 

Clare Bros. & Co., Ltd 302-303 

Cluff Bros , . . .- 244-247 

Columbus Brick & Terra Cotta Co 12 

Conduits Co., Ltd 226-227 

Crittall Casement Co ; 338-339 

Crown Gypsum Co., Ltd. 114 

Cullen, E. G 1 

Gushing Bros. Co., Ltd 93 






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Dearborn Hardware Mfg. Co ■ 324 

Decarie Incinerator Co ' jy2-174 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works'Co., Ltd 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works, Ltd 

Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd ■ ^^ 

Dominion Fireproofing Co ' , ^^ 

Dominion Gypsum Co., Ltd jg^ 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 9r3-279 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd " ' „^- 

Dominion Safe and \'^au!t Co., Ltd ■ ■ ■ ■ .,. .- 

Don Valley Brick Works "■^' *""^j 

Duplex Hanger Co 



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Hastcrn Canada Steel and Iron Works, Ltd 

Easyset Store Front Construction Co 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Estey Bros. Company 



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24S-249 
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Federal Terra Cotta Co 



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Gait Stove and Furnace Co.. Ltd 201 

Gandrv. L. IF, .S: Co., Lid 21^0 

Gillis k <k-ogheK:in HS-H9 

Goldie it McCulIf>ch Co.. Lid 314, 343 

Grcenneld Ccmduit Co., Ltd 225 

Gurnev Funndrv Co.. Ltd 212-2L5, 283-293 



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Ilauiiltnn i'ressed Brick Co., Ltd 8 

Ilobbs Mf^. Co., Ltd 137, 195 

I loid^L- .V Sens 101 

Hoidgc Marble Co.. Ltd 141 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co '. . 325 

Hvdniulic- Press Brick Co..". 18-20 

Hynes, W. J.. Limited , 102 



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International Varnish Co., T,td .. . 



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117-120 



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Kawneer Mfg. Co., Ltd 192-193 

Kerr Engine Co., Ltd 312 

Kinnear Mfg. Co 352-353 

Knight Bros. Co.. Ltd 92 






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Langmuir, Jas., & Co., Ltd 132 

Leslie, A. C, & Co., Ltd. ' 74 

Lord & Burnham Co., Ltd 208-209 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 131 

Ludowici-Celadon Co , 62-63 

Luxfer Prism Co., Ltd 140 

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Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd. 54, 175 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd .■;... 108-110 

Master Builders Co 96-97 

McClary Mfg. Co 210-211 

Minneapolis Heat Regnlator Co 328 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 

Mitchell, Robert., Co., Ltd 170-171, 229 

Mulvey, Charles, Mfg. Co 82 



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Enamel Concrete Brick Co., Ltd. , 17 

National Equipment Co., Ltd 251 

National Tire ProoHng Co. of Canada, Ltd 48-49 

New York Architectural Terra Cotta Co 30 

Noble, Clarence \V . . 37, lOO-lO? 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd 233 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co 26-29 



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Ohio Quarries Co 23 

O'Neil, Wm. N., Co., Ltd 2-4 

Ontario Marble Quarries, Ltd 142 

Orpen Conduit Mfg. Co., Limited 228 

Ormsby, A. B., Co., Ltd 75, 332-334, 355 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd 151-16G 

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Peace, Wm., Co., Ltd 84 

Pease Foundry Co., Ltd 280-282 

Pedlar People, Ltd 36, 64-65, 104-105 

Peters, L. H., Limited 87 

Pinchin, Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd 39-41, 127 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd 31G-317 

Poston, Clarence E 10 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 134 

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Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd : 80 

Reliance Bali-Bearing Door Hanger Co 204-205 

Reed, Geo. W., & Co.. Ltd 76, 342 

Rhodes-Curry Co., Ltd 90 

Richards-Wilcox Can. Co., Ltd '..... 206-207 

R. I. W. Damp Resisting Paint Co 130 

Roman Stone Co., Ltd ' 24 

Ronuk, Ltd 136 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 



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Safe-Cabinet Company 307-310 

Sheldons, Ltd ^qq 

Siemoii Bros., Ltd oq/. 

Smart, Jas., Mfg. Co., Ltd ^"" 

Smith Marbk' and Construction Co., Ltd f 

Snead & Co. Iron Works, Ltd '^' ^.^ 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd z,[ 'J.j ^,2- Z--t 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd '^-z J, 160, 6.n 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd .^ 

Steel Floor Sleeper Anchor Co ■ - ■ ;,r-' I'on -iti 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 2o3-25/. 330-331 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd J^^ 

Sturgeons, Ltd - - • ■" .^ 

Sun Brick Co., Ltd ^^'^^ 

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Taylor. J. & J., Limited - 3^ 

Tavlor-Forbes Co.. Ltd -''^'^Vi 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222,238-240 

Thorp Fireproof Door Co 34l)-34l 

Tod, G. H., Company 318-310 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co., Ltd 138-139 

Tregillns Clay Products, Ltd ■ ■ ^ 22 

Trussed Concrete vSteel Co, of Canada. Ltd 34-35,329 

TurnbuU Eleyator Mfg. Co 150 

Turner, C. A. P ^^8 

Tuttle & Bailey Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd 1%-198 

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Union Fibre Co , 349 

Usborne, Gordon 224 

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Variety Mfg. Co 356-359 

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Waite-Fullerton Co., Ltd 5 

Warden King, Ltd 199, 258-202 

Watson, Tolin, & Son, of Montreal, Ltd 188 

Watson, Ltd 85 

Wettlaufer Eros 21 

Whittaker Stove Works 202 

Wilson, Jas. G., Mfg. Co 83, 217, 360 

Window Strip & vSupply Co., Ltd 84 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Winnipeg Safe Works 346 

Wragge, George, Ltd 335-337 

AYrought Iron Range Co 216 



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Note.— All the articles found opposite the names of advertisers may be procured from them, 

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Acetylene Supplies. 

Acetylene Construction Co.. Ltd 252 

AJr Compressors. 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Canailian Fairbanks-Morse Co,. Ltd 313 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd 326-327 

John InglisCo.Ltd 320-321 

G. H- Tod Company... 313-319 

Air Pumps. 

Canadian AIM s- Chalmers, Ltd 315 

National Equipment Co., Ltd 2S1 

Air Washers. 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd 31^-317 

Geo. \V. R<jcd & Co.. Ltd '^ ^i^ 

Sheldons. Limited 30^-310 

Alabastiae. 

AlabasLine Co,> Pari,s, Ltd 112 

Altars (Church). 

Batts. Ltd l^ 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd 91 

Geo. Carpenter . -? , ,-^ 

Missisqtioi Marbles. Ltd H4-H- 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd ^0 

Rhodes-Currv Co.. Ltd ^0 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd U3 

Thorn ton-Smith Co 21S-222 

Anchors (Floor Sleepers) (Concrete Work). 

Charles Mulvey Mfe- Co S3 

Steel Floor Sleeper Ancbor Co ^^f. 

Variety Mfg. Co 3o6-3o9 

Andirons- 
Architectural Bronze & Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 1GS-16<) 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 176-185 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-17-1 

Estey Bros. Company 190 

Robert Mitchell Ct>-. Ltd 170-171 

Wm, iV. O'NeilCo,. Ltd 2-4 

John W^atson & Son oi Montreal, Ltd IbS 

Angle Beads. 

CushingBros. Co.. Ltd 03 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd lOS-llO 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd - , J^^^ 

Pedlar People, Ltd ^2t^^"^ 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd SO 

Steel & Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Wiisnipeg Ceiling and RoormK Co.. Ltd Zd± 

Annunciators. 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Canadian Independent Tulephont^ Co 237 

Architectural Ornaments (Plaster). 

Dominion Gypsura Co., Ltd llfi 

Hoidge & Sons ■■"- ^^^l 

W.J. PIvnes, Ltd 102 

Plastic Relief Mfff. Co 103 

Thorn ton -Smitb Co Hl'^^^ 

Gordon Usborne 224 

Architectural Ornaments [Sheet Metal). 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 170-186 

L- H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Wm- N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

A, B. Ormsby Co., Ltd ^^ 

Pedlar People. Ltd o^-^^ 

Geo- W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 7ft 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd 3o4 

Architectural Ornaments (Terra Gotta), 

Atlantic Terra Cotta Co ^^ 

Geo- Carpenter ■ ^ 

Federal Terra Cotta Co 31 

New York Arcbitectural Terra Cotta Co ^" „-. 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co nlf' 

Gordon Usborne 224 

Toronto Plate Glas^ Importing Co., Ltd l-JS-idy 

Waitc-FuLItrton Co.. Ltd 6 

Architectural Terra Cotta- 

AtlanLJC Terra Cotta Co 25 

Geo. Carjjcnter Y 

Federal Terra Cotta Co 31 

New York Architt:cUiral Terra Cotta Co 30 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co 26-29 

Stinson Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co., Ltd 138-139 

Waite-Fullerton Co., Ltd 5 

Arresters ^Lightning). 

Canadian General lUectric Co., Ltd 230-231 



Art Glass. p-^^e 

Cusbinj; Bros. Co.- Ltd 93 

Hobbs Mfg. Co., Ltd l37 

Luxfer Prism Co,. Ltd 140 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd...... ;,.,.... 2-4 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd ^ aa^ 

Thornton-Smith Co 225-226 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co.. Ltd l-iS-lJy 

Artificial Marble. 

Hoidge Marble Co.. Ltd »^"L 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Stiiison-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., I^td llo 

Artificial Stone. 

W. J. Hyne^, Ltd 10^ 

Roman Stone Co., Ltd -4 

Asbestos Goods, 

Asbestos Mfg. Co., Ltd 5S-5^ 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.. .. b5-b9 

Asbestos Lumber. 

Asbestos M(g. Co-. Ltd 58-50 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd 68-C9 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Asbestos Packed Cocks. 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., I-td ai3 

Goldie .S: McCulloch Co.. Ltd 3U 

Taylor-Forbes Co.. Ltd 21)4-3U1 

Asbestos Packings. 

Asbestos Mfg. Co.. Ltd A^^B.- 

Canadian H. W. Johns-iNIanviUe Co.. Ltd.. .. Sf^l-JUo 
Taylor^ Forbes Co., Ltd 294-31)1 

Asbestos Paper. 

Asbestos Mfg. Co.. Ltd '^?"^^- 

Canadian K. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd.. .. 3fJ4-.10;j 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co., Ltd 77 

Wm N. O'Ncil Co.. Ltd ^-1^ 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd Ji^l'^L 

Taylor-Forbt's Co.. Ltd., . ._ 2^4-301 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Rooting Co,. Ltd 354 

Asbestos Roofing. 

Asbestos Mfg. Co., Ltd 58-59 

Canadian H- W. Johns-Manville Co . Ltd, , , . bS-69 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co.. Ltd.. . - 77 

A. B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd To 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd '« 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd ^^J-^T 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd "0-/3 

Asbestos Wood Doors. 

Canadian H. \\". Jolms-Manville Co . Ltd, . . . fiS-fiO 

Ash Carriers. 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 75 

G. H. TodCo 31S-319 

Asphalt Flooring. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manvillc Co., Ltd.. . . r,.S-r,9 

Canadian Supply ik Contracting Co., Ltd., . , 77 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 7ti 

Asphalt Roofing. 

Bird ik Son f"^*^'^" 

Brantford Roofing Co., Ltd (i2-(i.5 

Canadian H. W. JohnS'-Manvine Co.. Ltd,,.- fi8-(}9 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co., Ltd 77 

A- B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 75 

Geo. W. Reed & Company, Limited 7n _ 

Roofers' Supply Company, Limited 5li-57 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd.,' 70-7:J 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd, , 329 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Automatic Scales. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.. Ltd 313 

Atitomatic Vacuum Gas Heaters. 

Catiadian Rector Gas Heating Co., Ltd 311 

Awning Rollers. - 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 217 

Geo. W. Reed & Company, Ltd 7ft 

Watson, Limited 85 

Awnings (Venetian). 

Watson, Ltd S5 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 217 



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Back Pressure Valves. 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers, Ltd 316 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 314 

Robert Mit<?hcU Co., Ltd lrO-171 

Shddons, Ltd 307-310 

Taylor-Forbes Co,, Ltd 294-301 



Bake Ovens. page 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd 212-215 

Bake Ovens (Portable). 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd oln'on 

McClary Manufacturing Co olfi 

Wroui^bt Iron Range Co -'^ 

Balconies (Iron). 

(See Ornamental Iron and Bronze.) 

Bank Fittings. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUisXhalmers. Ltd 108-169 

Batts. Ltd l^ 

Berlin Int*?rior Hardwood Co,, Ltd JjJ 

Burton S: Baldwin Mf^^ Co.. Ltd 9* 

Cana-lian OlVtce & School Furniture Co., Ltd. 89 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cushins Bros. Co., Ltd -^-^ ' 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works, Ltd '^" 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd J^J 

Estey Bros. Company 190 

L. PL Gaudrv &: Co., Ltd -^^7 

Knight llro5. Co,. Ltd /. , , i, 

Missisquoi Marbles. Ltd Itii-I 

Robert Mitchell Co,, Ltd H>-ia 

Wm. N, O^N^eil Co., Ltd 2-^ 

L. H. Peters, Limited «7 

Rhodes-Curry Co., Ltd ^n 

Rat Portai^e Lumber Co., Ltd ^0 

Safe-Cabinet Co ^47 

Snead & Co. Iron Works. Ltd l?i noo 

Tiiornton-Smith Co - 218-22i 

Bank Teller Cages. 

liStey Bros. Company ^^^ 

Bank Vaults. 

(See Vavdts and Safes.) 

Bar Fittings- 
Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.. Ltd |>1 

Burton fr Baldwin Mfs- Co., Ltd , , 9;4 

Canadian OlTice and School Furniturt Co .Ltd. b.i 

Cusbins Bros. Co., Ltd ^3 

Knij^'ht Bros- Co., Ltd ^^ 

Wm. N- O'Neil Co., Ltd 2^ 

L. H- Peters, Limited ^' 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd »^ 

Rhodcs-Curry Co., Ltd oi%99 

Thornton-Smith Co 2\S-21^ 

Bar Iron and Steel. 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers. Ltd - 55 

Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd 5^ 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.. Ltd -ii^ 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Chicago Bridge ^^ Iron Works -iul 

Dominion Bridge Co.. Ltd ;^i 

L. H. Gaudrv i^ Co., Ltd ^-i' 

Goldie & ?.!cCulloch Co., Ltd -51* 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, [,td o4 

Clarcnoe W. Noble -^* 

Wm. N. O^Neil Co,, Ltd f-^ 

Pedlar People, Ltd go^ iit 

Steel & Radiation. Ltd -^-i^ ^^^ 

Bath Rooms rCompletel. 

ClufTUros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Bath Room Enamels. 

International Vnrni^h Co.. Ltd UI"*^^ 

Lowe Bros,. Ltd : ■ - '^^ 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd i-" 

Bath Room Fittings- 
Canadian H, W. TohnS'Manville Co., Ltd.... ^41 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mffi. Co Ill 

Geo. Carpenter Sji 9.7 

ClulT Bros lli'ilL 

EmpircJMfg. Co.. Ltd., 24S-240 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd litlil 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Bath Stools- 

Geo. Carpenter 00 0J7 

ClulT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-24J 

Batteries. 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd 233 

Beam Coverings, 

Cl^tr^noe \V. Xoble 37 

Pedlar People. Ltd 36 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd ^ 3-SII-dJl 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co_ of Canada, Ltd. . 34-35 

Beam Coverings (Wood). 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 



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BcAms (Iron and Steel r_ 

Canadian Alii a- Ch Kilmers, Ltd . . 

Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd ...... 

Caoadiau Steel Stiidding & Mfg Co. - . 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works. 

Dennis Wirt and Iron Works Co.. Ltd ■ 
DoininioD .\rchilectiiral Iron Works, Ltd 
Doioinioa Bridgt Co., Ltd. . . ..,,.,,. - . 
Ea^ttra Caoada Iron and Steel Co., Ltd. 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 

A, C. Lcslu&Co., Ltd 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Lid. 
Charles Mulvey Mfg, Co 
Win. N\ O Ned Co-, Ltd. . 
Shcidoos, Ltd 

Bell Goods Electric) - 

Canadian Gcnu^al Elcctiic Co., Ltd 



Beltmg. 

Canadian Fa trbaaks- Morse Co-, Ltd 

Caoadiaii H. W, Johns-Man vilic Co.. Ltd. 
Ooldit;& McCuUoch Co,, Lid 



i 



BUckboards ^RolUagj. 

Kook-rs' Supply Co., Ltd 

Jii^. G- Wii^G Mffi. Co 

Blackboards ^SlateJ. 

Wm K. ON'til Co.. Ltd 

l<i:>oi"L-rji" Supply Co.. Lid, 

Sutilh MLirbie and Construction Co,, Ltd 

Blinds. 

Jii:itiiii Wire jJid Iron Wotk^ Co., Ltd — 

W rn. I'cuct: Co,, Ltd 

L. Ji J'cilrr*, Ltd 

Th(jrt)ton-SiT*iih Co. . . . 

WiTj'ioift Slfii* und SuppTy CO . Ltd 

Bliu^lT Porch . 

L IL TcU-r.. Lliuiltd 

U-i -jn. f.tO , . 

jj». t.. \^ il'-o-n Mfj*. Co. 

Blinds Vencflaai. 

Wii!.>oti, l,ld, . 

Jj^ «. Uilsoti Mfi!_ Co 

B!o:Vs Fuse,!. 

L 4ii:t<Jixii f.iMUTai Klcclric Co . Lid. . . 
I'raiiL Adiuii LU-ctfic Co . . - . , 

Blocks IIoUow Clayi. 

Blocks Hollow Gypsumi, 

i^-v liolloM tiuil'iiiiv; UlcK^ks } 

Blow and Vent Ptpe Work- 

A. U OnitiJn- Co . Lid . . , . 
(W-o U . kn-d \ Co, Ltd. 
^UT'ldwiii, Lid-- , 

Blowers, 

iK'an.ti1t:4Ti r.irr]>.ink«'Mor«c Co,, Ltd ... - - h 

I'olvjii Jroii XUifks, Lid, 

UviJ. U , Ki-^-d K Co. Ltd 

<i. II. TM Cotii|>:Lny, . , . 

Boikrs Hoi Water and Steamu 

JoiiiJ hrvnnitn A Co , > .- 

V jii.i'ii.in kroinr C*a^ Hfaiinji Co.. Ltd . _ . . 

CUtc lifo%, fc\ Co . Ltd . , 

liuil Uros. . ... . , , 

DuitiiTiKin K*iLii.iU>r Co, Lid 

i:Tiip-.rr Whi. Cw. Ltd.. ...... . 

* »iTfin-v r*»un Ir>" Co. J Ltd 

J.tl.Ti In^h, LO . Ltd 

Lard & bumfuni Co.. LUl ,, ^ , . . . , 

J'roM: l-oundr)- Co , J^ld ' 

I'ol^n Iron WurLs Ltd. , , . . , 

Sivt'i and k;i.ih.iliou. Ltd , . 

Ti^lor Forbts Co., Ltd , 

W.t/iK 11 KiriL^, Ltd 

W ruui:ht iron Uangir Co 



PACK 

55 

.52 
111 
361 

172-171 
IS7 

51 

53 
237 

74 

Jj2 
IM 
307-310 



230-231 



315 
3U 



S3 



2-4 
5'J-57 
143 



. 172-174 

87 



&7 

217 



«5 

:*t: 



231 



{ 



Boilers iPowerj. 

lohn Bn-nnan X Co , 

i.3ni«dian .A Uiv. Chalmers. Ltd 

IvoT.iiTiion Kiidi.itor Co., Ltd- . 
C-oId.^- A McCuIiocb Co., Ltd. 

John In;thK Co., Ltd 

ManiiolM Bhdi;e and Iron Works, Ltd. 

VfA^^ J'twindfy Co., Ltd 

PuLmmi Iron Work*^, Ltd.. 
<■. H. Tod Ciimpany. . . . 
WcttUufcf Hro^ 

Boiler Coverinc. 

Cnnadian H. W. Johns-ManvUk Co.. Lid. 

Oommton Radiator Co.. Ltd 

Gurncy Fotnido" Co., Lid 

IVa<ae Foundry' Co , Lid 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Hd 

Booksucks LtbraiT^ (HeUlK 

Snrad & Co_ Iron Worts. Ltd 
Stcrl Equipmcnl Co , Ltd 



75 
76 
3117-310 



31«l-317 

76 
3n7'3in 



32J 323 
311 

244-247 
20-27tt 
24K-249 
2Vl-29:( 
33^321 
2ns-2l'9 
2Sii-2>0 
316-317 
253-257 
2<^^(il 
2.>^262 
216 



263*279 
314 

32i»-:*2l 
" \ 

2in-2i: 
2i^-ny 

21 



3IH-305 
2C3-279 
2S3-JM 

2«0-2«2 
2M-301 



in 

348 



Bookstacks Librarji Wood . 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.. Ltd 91 

BuTtod & BaUwia M*K. Co , Ltd H 

Canutian OfBcr atxl Scbool Fumiturc Co.,Ltd- 8* 

Knight EUxK. Co., Ltd J2 

S««d A Co. Iron Works, Ltd 167 

Tbornion-Smitk Co Hl^l^ 



Bo^es Ploor-Electric). 

Canadiao General Electric Co., Ltd 

Fraok Adam Electric Co 

Boxes f.Iron Switch), 

LSee Electrical Supplies.) 

Brackets X'on and Brass) 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Ailis- Chalmers. Ltd - 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd. 
Dominion Omamenlal Iron Co., Ltd ... 
Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co.. Ltd, 

Estey Bros Company 

Manitoba Bridie and Iron V\ orks, Ltd. 
Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 

Wm. X. O'Xeil Co.. Ltd 

James Smart Manufactiirint? Co., Ltd. 

John Watson it Son of ^^o^^^eaJ, Lld.- 



PACE 

, 230-231 



Brass Castings and Letters- 
Architectural Bron/e and Iron Works 

Canadian Alits-Cbalmers. Ltd 

Geo. Carpenter 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co.. Ltd, 
Dominion Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd.. 
E^tev Bros. Company... . 

L. H Gaudo' ^ Co.. Ltd, 
Rol/ert Mitchell Co.. Ltd. 

Win. N. 0'>>il Co.. Lid, 

Tavlor-Forbcs Co.. Ltd.. 

John Watsoa & Son of Montrtal. Ltd 



of 



Brass Finings Bath and Lavatory). 

Canadian S?e«l Studding and Mfg Co.- 

Geo. Carpemer -- 

CJuff Bros 

Empire Mfg. C'^., Lid 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd. 

Standard Ideal Co,. Ltd -. 



Brass Rails i Church Work> FooC Work, e^c^). 

Architectural Btonr^ and Iroo Works 

Canadian Allis-ChaUners Ltd 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 

Gtc. CarpyntL-r. 

Dcnnts Wire and Iroo Works Co., Ltd., . 

Htitey Bros Company - 

L- H. Gaudr\* V Co.. Ltd. 

Robert :MitchcIl Co. Ltd.- . - . 

W- X. O'Keil Co., Ltd, 



pf 



16S-16S 

176-1S6 

1S9 

172-174 

190 

175 

170-1*1 

5-4 
306 
ISS 



16S-169 

2$0 

172M74 

1S9 

190 

236 

170-171 

2-4 
294-301 
18S 



ill 

250 

244-247 

24S-249 

17I>-171 

242-243 



16^-169 

176-186 

250 

172-174 

190 

17(VI71 
2-4 



Brick 

Gi:o. Carpenter , ,.,... 

Colutnhns Brick and Terra Cotta Co - . . 

I>oi7iinioo Fircproofing Co - 

Don Va!ttv Brick Works 

Jijjiiilton Pressed Brick Co.. Ltd 

HvdriuHc-lV»^>s Brick Co ......... . 

XLiiional Builders Supply and Enamel Coo- 

cTL-it Brick Co., Lid , 

Wm N oXeilCo. Ltd , 

Clarence E Poston , . . . 

SiBHson-Reeh Builders' Supply Co., Lid- 
Sun Brick Co Ltd 

Tre^nllus Clay Products. Lid, . 
Wailt-Fullcrton Co., Lid 

Brick EaameUed). 

American Knamdcd Brick and Tile Co. 

Pan Valley Brick Works 

Ily.lraulic'1'ri-ss Brick Co. . . 
National Builders' Suppiv and Hnam^l Con- 
crete Brick Co.. Lid ' 

Siinson-Rt-cb Iluild'^ni' Supply Co., Ltd 
Waiic-FuUtrion Co., Ltd. . , , , 



Brick cTapesrry). 

Columbus Brick and Trrm Cotta Co 

Don \aUey Brick Worts 

Hydraulic- Press Brick Co. , , , 

V\ m X uXeil Co.. Ltd.. 

CUfc-ncre E Poston _ , 

Sunson-Hctb Builders" Supply Co.. Lid 

Sun Brick Co.. Ltd. ' 

Waitc-ruUerlon Co,, Ltd> . 

Brick HoUowj. 

Geo. Carpenter 

L>on Valley Brick Works 

Wnite-Fulltrlon Co., Ltd 



9 
12 
SO 
45-17 

& 

is-aj 

17 

2-4 

10 

115 

U 

22 

5 



13-16 

f"i 7 

l&-io 

17 

115 

a 



12 

5-4 

HI 

115 

11 

5 



Brick Impervious . 

Ilydraulic-Pfesi Brick Co. 



9 

^7 
5 



18-20 



Brick (Kre>. 

<.S«r Fire Brick and Clay.) 

Brck Glazed). 

American Eoatueled Brick and Tile Co 
Don Valley Brick Works.. 

Hydraulic- Press Brick Co 

St in:50n -Reeb Builders" Supply Cc.* Ltd 

Sun Brick Co.. Ltd 

Wailc*FuUertOD Co., Ltd 

Brick Bfatt). 

Hydraulic- Press Brick Co. . . 

Bnck Paring). 

Trccillu^ Clay Products, Ltd 

Brick Pressed). 
(See Brick.) 

Brick Porcelain). 

American Enameled Brick and Ttlc Co 

Don VaBey Bricfc Worts 

Hydraulic-Press Bride Co. 



13-16 
fr-7 
18-» 
115 
11 
S 



1&-20 



"^ 



13 16 
1^20 



Brick Machinery, 
Welllauier Bros, 



Bridges Concrete)* 

C- W. Noble 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd. ... 

C. A- P. Turner 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd, 

Bridges I Structural Steel). 

Canadian AlUs-Ch aimers. Ltd 

Canadian Bridge Co.. Ltd 

Chicago Bridge and Iron Works, - 

Dominion Br^i^ Co., Ltd. 

Eastern Omada Steel and Iron Works, Ltd 

.Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd 

Wm. X- O'Xeil Co., Ltd. 

C, A. P- Turaer 

B rollers. 

(See Hotel Kitchen Supplies-) 



Broilers (Charcoal and Gas). 

Gurnet- Foundrs' Co., Ltd 

McClarj- Mfg Co 

Wrought Iron. Range Co . 



PAGE 
21 



37 

330-331 
3S 

3lr^ 



52 
361 
51 
53 
54 
2^ 
3S 



212-215 
2lft-21l 
216 



Bronze Workers- 

tSee OmamerrtaJ Iron and Bronze ) 

Brushers i^Weighted-Floor^ . 

Ronuk. Ltd 



Brushes (Electric). 

Frank Adam Electric Co 

Canadian General Electric Co., Lid 

Builders' Hardware- 

Allilh MfK^ Co.. Ltd 

Win, N". ONTeilCo., Ltd. 
Richards- Wilcox Can, Co,, Ltd. 

ja5. Smart Mfg. Co,, Ltd 

Tavlor- Forbes Co., Ltd 



Budding Papers ^WaterprooLj 

Bird & Son - 

Brantford Rooting Co.* Lid. 

Canadian H. W. Jtrfins-Manville Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co.. Ltd. . 

Geo. W. Reed & Co,. Ltd 

Roofers" Supply Co., Lld. 

Standard Paint Co of Canada, Ltd.. 

Lnion Fibre Co 

Burlap Felt. 

(Sc-e Felt— Burlap.) 

Burlaps- 

Wm. X, OXeil Co . Ltd 

Thomton-Smiili Co 

Burners lAH Kinds). 

(See Gas Fixtures.) 



13« 



334 

230-231 



2W 

2^ 
206-207 
306 
2*4-301 



66-«7 

60-ei 

77 
76 

5^-57 
7U-73 
34d 



2-4 
21^-225 



c 



Cabinets lElectric — Panel b oar ds) . 

Frank Adam Ulcctric Co 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd. 

Cabinets i Fire-Resisting.!. 

Safe-Cabinet Co 

Steel Ivquipuient Co-* Ltd 
Winnipeg Safe Works. . , 

Cabinets iMedicine^Porcelain Finish). 
Geo- Carpenter 



234 
230-231 



. 347 
. 34S 
. 346 



Cabinets 'Medicine — Steel.) 
Steel P^tiuipmenl Co., Ltd 



Cabinets (Sted). 

Safe-Cabinet Co 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd 
Winnipeg Safe Works 



Cabinets ilnsulated). 

Safc-Cabinet Co 

Sleel E<iiiipment Co., Ltd 
Winnipeg Safe Works. . . . 

Cabinet Work. 



250 



343 



M7 
318 
346 



347 
■M6 



Bat ts. Ltd 7» 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.. Ltd. M 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd , M 

Canadian Office & School Furmture Co., Ltd, M 

Cushing Bros. Co., Ltd. 

Rnight Bros. Co., Ltd 

Wm, X. OXeil Co., Ltd. 2-4 

L. H. Peters. Limited. 87 

Plasric ReUcf Mfg. Co 103 

Rat Porta&e Lumber Co.. Ltd.. . 80 

Khodts-CuTTj-Co, Ltd go 

Thomton-Smith Co. , 21S-223 



^ 



Cable (lasuiatedj. 

Frank Adam Electric Co . Ltd 

Caxiadian Oeoeral Electric Co., Ltd. 
Xorth«n Electric Co., Ltmited 



234 

230-231 

233 



Caen Stone. 

Hoidge & SottS Wl 

W- J. Hyncs, Ltd 102 

Smiib Marble & ConMruction Co.. Ltd. ... 143 



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n 



Caen Stone Cement. page 

W. J, Hynesi. Ltd 102 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd. 70-73 

Stinsoii'Reeb Builders" Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Carbide. 

Acetylene Construction Co.. Ltd 252 

Carbons. 

Frank Adam Electric Co 234 

Canadiiin Central Electric Co,, Ltd 230-231 

Carpentry- 

Batts, Ltd 79 

Ctishing liros. Co., Ltd fl3 

Knight Bros. Co.. Ltd 02 

L. H Peters. Limited 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co,. Ltd f*0 

RhodeS'Curry Co.. Ltd 90 

Carpet Felt, 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Carpets. 

Thornton-Smith Co 21S-222 

Carriers (Merchandise). 

AlUth iMfg. Co.. Ltd 500 

Richards-Wilcox CanaJlan Co.. Ltd . 20ti-2O7 

G. H. TodCo 21S-219 

Carriers (Overhead) - 

EJchards^Wilcox Canadian Co., Ltd 206-207 

Carving (Ornamental). 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Gushing Bros. Co.. Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co.. Ltd 92 

Plastic RtUef Mfg. Co ir. n^<. 

Thornton-Smith Co, , . , 21S-222 

Carving Tables (Hotel). 

Gumcy Foundry Co.. Ltd , 212-215 

McCIarv Mfg. Co H^'^^ 

L. H. Peters, Limited S7 

Wrought Iron Range Co 216 

Casements (Steel)- 

Critlall Casement Co 338-339 

E^ G. Cullen. 1 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd ■ 23fi 

\Vm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd ^Jtt.. 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd S^rH? 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd - ^ UV-6-il 

Geo. Wragge, Ltd v ■■ 33o-:J37 

Cast Iron Columns. 

Canadian Allss-Chalmers, Ltd 55 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Geo. Carpent*;r ^55 .,, 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co.. Ltd Ij2-174 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works, Ltd.. . 1S7 

L. H, Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 23C 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 32*)-321 

Manitoba Bridge S: Iron Works, Ltd 04 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co.. Ltd 306 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd 1&8 

Castings (All Kinds). 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co HI 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd 320-321 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 30li 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

John Watson & Son oE Montreal. Ltd ISS 

Castings (Iron, Bronze and Builders*)- 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUis-Chahnt-rs, Ltd 168-lfi9 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd I76-1S6 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co lU 

Geo. Carpenter ?5S ->r^^ 

Ciare Bros. & Co., Ltd ?5^ ,!;, 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-17i 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 189 

Estey Bros. Co l^tJ 

L. H. Gaudry & Co,, Ltd 236 

Goldie & McCuUoch Co., Ltd 314 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd ,5^ ,.,, 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Wm, N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd ^5? r^^i 

Taylor-Forbes Co.. Ltd ?S1"^^^ 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd 188 

Ceiling Lights (Bronze and Iron). 

Estey Bros. Company 1^0 

Ceilings (Metal). 

Canadian Sttcl Studding & Mfg- Co Ill 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 75 

Pedlar People. Ltd ^ft"^^ 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co,, Ltd 354 

Ceilings (Plaster). 

Canadian Steel Studding 8c Mfg- Co Ill 

Dominion Cjypsum Co., Ltd }1^ 

Hoidge & Sons ]^\ 

W. J. Hyncs, Ltd ]^f 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Ceilings (Suspended). 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co HI 



Cells (Prison). ^^^'^ 

Canadian Ornamcatal Iron Co.. Ltd 17ft-l8fi 

Geo. Carpenter , , . 250 

Chicago Bridge Sz Iron \\'orks 3ol 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works, Ltd 172-L4 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 230 

Goldie & McCuIloch Co.. Ltd ^ 343 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Wm- N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd - 2-4 

J. & J. Taylor, Ltd ^44 

John Watson & Son ot Montreal. Ltd lb» 

Cement. 

Canadian FI. W, Jolms-Manvillc Co,, Ltd... . 68-6p 

Manitoba Gypsum Co.. Ltd « U 

Master Builders' Co ■ -^^-J' 

Stiiison-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd HO 

Concrete Block Machinery. 

Stinson-Recb Buiider^" Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Wcttlaufcr Bros ^ 21 

Cement Brick Masonry. 

Wetllaufer Bros ^1 

Cement Colourings- 

[Sec Stains, Waterproofing, Brick and 
Cement.) 

Cement Machinery. 

Caiuidian AlUs-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Wettiaufer Bros 21 

Cement Plaster. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd... . 113 
Alabastine Co., Paris. Ltd H- 

Cement (Rubber). 

Roofers" Supply Co.. Ltd 5ii-57 

Cement Tile Machinery- 

Stinson-Rceb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Wettlaurer Bros -1- 

Cemetery Vaults (Granite, Stone and Marble). 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd U3 

Centrifugal Drying Machines. 

(See Drying Machines — Centrifugal.) 

Centrifugal Pumps. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd. 31*^ 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 321 -321 

Wettlaufer Bros -1 

Cesspools. 

Manitoba Bridge S: Iron Works, Ltd .'. . 54 

Warden King. Ltd 1^^ 

Chairs (Assembly, Foldingl. 

JHerlin Interior Hard\vood Co.. Ltd._^ IH 

Canadian Ullice & School Furniture Co., Ltd. SO 

Chandeliers. 

l^ranlc Adam Electric Co 254 

Robert Mitchuil Co., Ltd ly.,. 

Thornton-SniitJi Co 2Sb'2^\} 

Chimney Pots (Fireclay)- 

Geo, Carpenter ? 

Stin£on'Reel> Builders' S[]p[:ily Co.. Ltd Ho 

Chimneys (Concrete). 

Wettluuftr iiros 21 

Chimneys (Radial Brick). 

Chicago Bridge S: Iron Works 3^1 

Chimneys (Steel). 

John Brennau & Co 322-323 

Canadian Allis-Clialmers, Ltd. 5o 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd , . . °* r,,^ 

Poison Iron Works. Ltd 3ir>-H17 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 342 

G. H. Tod Co 316-319 

Church Interiors- 

Batts. Ltd ^9 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.. Ltd, , Jl 

Burton ik Bakhvin Mfg. Co., Ltd 04 

Canadian OITict & School Furniture Co.. Ltd. Sit 

Cu^hiuK' Hros. Co.. Ltd,.,. ,., /J-J 

Missisquoi Marbles. Ltd 144-U^ 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd ,J xn< 

Pedlar People, Ltd 104-105 

Rat Portage Lumber Co,. Ltd oO 

Rhodes-Curry Co., Ltd JS n-,^ 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-322 

Chutes (Mail). 

Canadian Ctttler Mail Chute Co.. Ltd 101 

Circuit Breakers. 

(See Electrical Supplies.) 

Clamps (Bus Bar), 

Frank Adam Electric Co 234 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Clock Dials (Bronze and Marble). 

Esley Bros. Company IM 



Closet Seats. page 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.. , . 241 

Geo- Carpenter 250 

ClulTBro^ 244-247 

Funpire Mfg- Co.. Ltd 248-249 

Jas, Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 306 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Clutch (Automatic Friction). 

G. H.TodCo 218-219 

Wettlaufer Bros ^1 

Coal Chutes (Apartment Houses and Residences). 

Clare Bros. & Co.. Ltd ?2n'^^^ 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd jsjj 

Estev Bros. Company l^^ 

Gait Stove & Furnace Co.. Ltd 201 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd o4 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 342 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd S"? -,-n 

Variety Mf^. Co 3.5{j-3o9 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 



188 



Cold Storage. 

Bird ik Son ^^"^^ 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd.,.- iaO 

McClary Mfg. Co ^*!Ji^^ 

Wm- N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd -- ■ _2-4 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada. Ltd Sol 

Union Fibre Co *49 

Columns tBrick). 

Geo. Carpenter ^ 

Don Valley Brick ^^'o^ks 6-7 

Columns (Cast Iron) - 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 5S 

Canadian Steel Studding ik Mfg. Co HI 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Dennis Wire ami Iron Works Qo,, Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd... . . . 189 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd ^^^ ™ 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 22l)-321 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron \\ ork^. Ltd '^4 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd '^-^ 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 3% 

John Watson &z Son of Montreal, Ltd ISS 

Whittakcr StoVG Worka 202 



Columns (Cement). 

Roman Stone Co., Ltd 
C. A. P. Turner 



24 
38 



Columns iGranite). 

Missisquoi Marbles. Ltd 144-147 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 



Column Guards. 

A. IL Ormsby Co.. Ltd. . . 

Pedlar People. Ltd 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 



Columns (Marble). 

Hoid^^e Marble Co., Ltd 

Misi^isquoi ilarbles. Ltd 

OnLario ilarble Quarries, Ltd.. 



Columns iSandstonel. 
Ohio Quarries Co. 



75 

l)4-C5 

76 



U4-147 
142 



23 



Columns iSteel). 

Canadian AlHs-Chahners. Ltd 55 

Canadian Bridge Co.. Ltd 5^ 

Canadian Steel Studding t^: Mfg. Co HI 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works ^^l ,-. 

Dennis Wir^: & Iron W^rks Co., Ltd '1*^^'"* 

Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd 51 

liastcrn Canada Steel ^ Iron Works. Ltd.. . . od 

L. H. Gaudry & Co Ltd 236 

]ohn Intdis Co.. Ltd 320-^^1 

"r^lanitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd o4 

Wm. X. O'Xeil Co.> Ltd 2-4 



79 
7S 
93 
92 



Columns (Wood). 

Eatts. Ltd 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd 

Cushinff Bros. Co^. Ltd 

Knight Bros. S: Co.. Ltd 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd ^2-4 

L. H. Peters, Ltd ?>' 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co ■ ^ 

Rat Portage Lumber Co,, Ltd SO 

Rhodes^Curry Co., Ltd 90 

Tbornton-Smith Co 2iS-J-'i 



Combination Locks. 

Dominion Safe Sr Vault Co., Ltd 
Goldie & iMcCulloeb Co., Ltd-.. 
J. & J. Taylor. Ltd 



345 
343 

344 



Comfort Stations (Public), 

L. H, Peters. Limited 87 

John Watson Ik Son of Montreal. Ltd 



ISS 



Communion Rai^s. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chahncrs. Ltd 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 

Geo. Carpenter 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd - 

Knight Bros. & Co,. Ltd 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 

Rhodcs-Curry Co.. Ltd - . 

Thornton-Smith Co 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 

Communion Rails (Marble), 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 



168-160 
17G-1S6 
250 
172-174 

92 
170-171 

00 
218-222 
ISS 



144-147 



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Composifion Flooring. ^^^ 

Canadian H. W- Jobns-Manviil^^Co Ud. , ., «S-99 

Canadian FvrofugonL Flooring Lo.. Ltri WO 

Geo. \V\ Reed & Co.. Ltd......... 'f 

StandLircJ Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd '^'^ 

Composition Ornaments. 

W.J. Hyu^-i. Utl ■'-- ***J , 

■Win, N. O'K^-ii Co., Ltd - * 

Piaslic RtliL-f MfR- Co n^i 000 

Thornion-SniitliCo ^^^ ^^^ 

Composition Roofing. 

Canadian H. W- jolins-M^^nvillc Co.. Ud.... 68-09 

Cancidian Supply & ConimcLmg Co.. Lid.... a 

■Win, N. 0'N"c:;i Co., Ltd Jr^ 

A. li. Ornisby Co., Ltd ■ '^ 

pL-dlar l\'Ot>lc;. Ud Sr**^ 

Geo. W. Reed <Sr Co., Ltd '^ _ 

RoofL-rs' J^upT^ly Co. Ud. ..... ^ -^ f'^^ 

Sl^indard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd. .... fu 'J 

AViiiniiJe^Ctiling&Roofinb'Co.. Ltd Jo4 

Compounds (Electrical)- 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 1^5 

Compressed Air Apparatus. 

Canadian Alias-Chalmers. Ltd -^15 

Caiiriclian FairlKinks-JMorsc Co., Ltd .ild 

John Inj^'li^ Co., Lid d20-dJl 

Concrete Blocks. 

Stinsun-Re-jb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

WcUlaufer Bro^ -1 

Concrete Block Machines. 

Slinsoii-Reeb Jiuilders" Supply Co , Ltd 115 

Wctttanfer Bros 21 

Concrete Brick Machines. 

WVlilaufcr J3ros ■ ■ 21 

Concrete Filler < Waterproof). 

Canadian JL W. Johns-IVlanville Co., Ltd, . , . ' TlS-OO 

InLLTiiatioual \'iiniisli Co.. Ltd Ii7-136 

IVU^Llt JSuiltJur^" Co ■ ^^-'^^ 

Pinehin, )ohnso]i ^ Co. (Canada) Ltd 3fMl 

K.I.W. jianiiJ'UL-sisLin^^ Paint Co I'^S-ISO 

Stand:ird Puint Co. of Canada. Ltd 1^5 

^Linsun-Kt'i-1( fhiildcrs' Supply Co-, Ltd 115 

Concrete Floor Finish, 

JntL-riiational \'anii:;h Co.. Ltd 1 17-120 

Luwi^ Bros,, Lid \'^\ 

Mii^uer Biiilflurs" Co - ^<»-n7 

pi:ii:ldii, lolnison ^ Co. (Canada), Ltd 3'.>-41 

Pr^lL ^^ LiLiLdKTl, Inc l-il 

K.LW. |):iinp-RcslstinK Paint Co K^O 

Slaiidnr^l PaiuL Co. of Canada, Ltd 135 

itu^std Concr<.-Le Steel Co- of Canadu, Ltd..- 34-35 

C, A. P. Tnriit^r 38 

Concrete Inserts, 

Cliark-s Mulvcy iMf^^. Co S2 

Concrete Inspection, 

Maslvr Buihkr^' Co «li-97 

Concrete Miichinery. 

Canadian All is-CL aimers. Ltd 315 

WctLlaufer Bros 21 

Concrete Miners. 

Canadiiin All is-Cli aimers. Ltd 315 

WcttlaLifcrBros 21 

Concrete Moulds (Ornatnentalj. 

Varit-Ly Mlj^. Co 315 

WtltlaiaftT Bros , . , 21 

Concrete Work (Ornamental). 

W, J. Hynes, Ltd 101 

Plastic Ri^liuf iMfg. Co 103 

Concrete Reinforcement. 

Canadian t^iL^tl Stndding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Chur^'h. Ross &: Co 32-3S 

Munuoha J^rid^e & Iron Works, Ltd 54 

ClafL-iicc W. Noblt 37 

\\n\. N\ O'N'dl Co.. Ltd 2-^ 

Pedlar People. Lid .,, . 3fi 

Steel ^: Riidiation. Ltd 330-331 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Lid, . 34-35 

C. A. P, Turner 3S 

Concrete Sewer Pipe Moulds. 

Stinson-Rceb Builders' Supply Co , Ltd. ... 31o 

Wettlanfer Bros 21 

Concrete Sidewalks- 
Master Builders' Co 06-97 

Geo. W. Rccd & Co.. Ltd 7& 

Condensers (Steam). 

Canadian Allis-Chalmcrs. L'^d 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Moriie Co , Ltd 313 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd 314 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd 316-317 

Conductors (Armoured). 

Frank Adam Electric Co 234 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd. . . , 230-^31 

Conduits Co.. Ltd 22fi-227 

Northern ElecUic Co.. Ltd 233 



Conductor Guards. 

A. B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd. , . . 
Hoofers' Supply Co., Ltd 



f . 1 - f 



PAG£ 

75 
76 
5li-57 



Conductor Pipes. 

Wm. N. O'N'eil Co.. Ltd ^'^ 

A. B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd '^ 

Pedlar People. Ltd ^^\^^ 

Geo. W, Reed & Co., Ltd.. Jtt 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd - -^ ^** ^' 

Winnipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co., Ltd ■JO-l 

Conduits (Sheet Metal), 

Wm. N. O^NeilCo., Ltd ?"* 

A. B. Ormsbv Co., Ltd '^ .. 

Pedlar People, Ltd 12^-"^ 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd '" 

Conduit (Clay). 

Canadian H. \V. Johns-Martvillo Co.. Ltd... . 332 

Stinson-Keeb Builders" Supply Co-. Ltd m 

Conduit (Electrical? (Rigid Iron). 

Canadian General Electric Co,. Ltd o^?'l>i 

Conduits Co.. Ltd ^^-^' 

Greenfield Conduit Co.. Ltd j^ 

Orpen Conduit I\Iffi- Co.. Ltd ^-a 

Conduit Fittings, 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd noDi^i 

■ Conduits Co. Ltd ^^l"^^ 

Greenfield Conduit Co.. Ltd ^^ 

Orptii Conduit Mfg. Co.. Ltd ^^^ 

Conduit iSteeU Flexible). 

Canadian General Eltctric Co.. Ltd ^^!!'^?J 

Conduits Co.. Ltd ^^r ^ 

Greenfield Conduit Co., Ltd jl^ 

Orpen Conduit :Mfg. Co., Ltd ^^S 

Conservatories- 

Lord & Burnliam Co.. Ltd 203-209 

Contractors <.Generali. 

L. H. Peters, Ltd S7 

Rliodes-Ctirry Co.. Ltd yO 

Contractors* Supplies. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmc-r^, Ltd 31^5 

Canada Lnndier Co., Ltd.. 78 

Canadian FairbanUs- Morse Co., Ltd 313 

L. H. Gaudrv S: Co 23ft 

IVlanitoba Bridj^e 8: Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Wm. K. O^Neil Co. Ltd 2-4 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd M_>-73 

Stinson-Rech Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd nr> 

WettLaufer Bros 21 

Controllers, 

Frunb Adam Electric Co 2,'i4 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd.. 23(^-231 



Cooking Appliances (Electric). 

Canadian C^cneral Electric Co., Ltd . . . , , 



230-231 



Copper Workers. 

Estev Bros. Co U't^ 

Robert .Mitchell Co., Ltd 17(1-171 

A. B. Ormsbv Co., Ltd 332-334 

Geo. \V- Reed& Co.. Ltd 342 

Thornlon-Sniith Co 21S-222 

WLnTiipi^K Ceiling and Roofing Co.Xtd 354 

Cords ^Electric). 

CanLidian General Electric Co.. Lid 230-231 

Frank Adam Ekctric Co 234 

Cork (Boards) - 

Canadian IL \V. Tohns-Manville Co.. Ltd . . OS-09 

Wm. N\ O'XdlCo.. Ltd 2-1 

Union Fibre Co 349 

Cork (Carpets), 

Canadian IL W, Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd. . . OS-S)0 

Wm. X. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2^ 

Tbornlon-Smith Co 2l?^-222 

Cork (Flooring). 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co 08-09 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Corner Bars. 

Easyset Store Front Construction Co 1^14 

Hobbs Mfg, Co.. Ltd lyS 

Knwneer Mfg. Co., Ltd 192-103 

A. IJ. Ormsbv Co., Ltd 3H2-334 

Snead & Co. Iron Works, Ltd Wl 

Cornices (Metal). 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

A. B. Ormsby Co,. Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-65 

Geo. W, Reed & Co., Ltd Til 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd ISS 

Winniptfi Ceiling & Roofing Co.. Ltd 334 

Cornices (Plaster). 

Dominion Gypsum Co,, Ltd.. Ilfl 

Hoidge S: Sons lOl 

W. J. Hynes. Ltd 102 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co Ift3 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 



Corrugated Iron. page 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

McClary Mfg. Co -■ -■ 210-211 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd ^2-4 

A. B- Ormsby Co., Ltd 7'5 

Pedlar People, Ltd , &*-65 

Geo. W. Reed S: Co_, Ltd i- 76 

Roofers" Supply Co.. Ltd - . . 5^-57 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 1S8 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co.i Lid 354 

Corrugated Roofing- 
Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd . . . 68-69 

Corrugated Steel Bars. 

Church, Ross & Co 32-33 

Clarence W. Noble ^^ 

Steel & Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd, . 34-35 

Counters (Office & Store). 
(See OfTice Furnishings.) 

Couplings fFlexible). 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd S4 

Cranes (Electric). 

G. H. Tod Company 318-319 

Cranes (Hand Power). 

G- H. Tod Company 318-319 

Cranes (Locomotive). 

G. H. Tod Company 318-319 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Cranes (Steam). 

Wettlaufer Bros 21 

Cresting. 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd I7C-1S6 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

A. C, Leslie & Co.. Ltd 74 

Wm. N.O'NeilCo, Ltd 2-4 

A_ B. Ormsbv Co., Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-65 

Jas, Smart Mffc'. Co., Ltd 306 

Cross Arras. 

(See Telephone Construction Materials.) 

Crushers. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 315 

^ John IngHs Co., Ltd 320-321 

\\'t:ttlaufer Bros 21 

Crushed Stone. 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd 78 

Wm- N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2^ 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 76 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd US 

Culverts (Concrete) 

Church. Ross & Co 32-33 

Culverts (Metal), 

Pedlar People, Ltd. ,. - 6^-65 

D 

Damp Course. 

Standard Paint Co. oF Canada, Ltd 135 

Damper Regulators, 

Canadian Pairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd S13 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd : 32fi-327 

Clare Bros. & Co., Ltd 304-305 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 203-270 

CToldic & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 1514 

Gurney Foundry Co , Ltd 283-293 

Honeywell Healing Specialty Co. . .,.,,....- 325 
Taylor-Forbes Co.. Ltd 2SU-301 

Dampers (Chim.ney). 

WhLttaker Stove Works 202 

Decorations, 

Alabastine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

W. J. Hynes. Ltd.. 102 

International Varnish Co., Ltd 117-126 

Lo^ve Bros., Ltd 131 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

Sturgeons. Ltd 133 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Gordon Usborne 224 

Deposit Boxes -(Sale) 

Dominion Safe and Vault Co., Ltd., .,.,.,., 345 

Goldie & McCulloch Co,, Ltd 34^ 

Wm. N. 0-KeilCo„Ltd 2-4 

Steel Equipment Co.. Ltd 34S 

J, & L Taylor, Ltd 344 

Winnipeg Safe Works 34Q 

Desks. 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd. 94 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd 91 

Canadian Oflice Sj School Furniture Co,, Ltd, 89 

Knight Bros. & Co., Ltd 92 

L. H. Peters, Ltd 8? 

Rhodes-Curry Co., Ltd , . , 90 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 306 

Desks (Steel). 

Safe-Cabinet Co 347 

Steel Equipment Co.. Ltd 348 



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Dishwashers (Kitchen Equipment). page 

(See Hotel Kitchen Equipment,) 

Division Bars. 

Easyset Store Front Construction Co 194 

Kawneer Mfg. Co.. Ud 192-193 

Hobbs Mfg. Co., Ud 105 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 330-332 

Doors ^Asbestos Wood), 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ud.... 68-69 

Doors fBronze}. 

Architcclural Bronxe and Iron Works oT 

Cunadiari Allis-Chalmers, Ltd lfiS-189 

CrtiKiJian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd i7fi-186 

IK^mih Wire & Iron Works Co., Lul 172-174 

Dominion Oniamvnial Iron Co , Ltd 18t) 

Estcy liros. Company 100 

I.. H. Oaudry & Co. Ud 23*^ 

Kobcrt Milcht^ll Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Wm. N.ONeilCo.. I,ld 2^, 

Snead & Co. Iron Works. Ltd 107 

Thorp Fireproof Door Co :t4'K34l 

Doors (Freight Elevator — Passenger) - 

Archileetiiral Bronze and Iron Works of 

C:inaflian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 108-109 

Estey Bros. Company f, 190 

A. B, Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Thorp Pir<^[jroof Door Co 3411-314 

Vark-ly Mf^. Co 35*;'3oU 

John Watson & Son of Monlreal, Ltd \HH 

Doors (Iron)- 

Arcliitc^ctural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers. Ltd IGS-IGO 

Chicago BrJd^'e & Iron Works 361 

Ejitey Bros. Company ItIO 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 3:52-334 

Variety MfK. Co 35«-35SI 

Jas, O. Wilson Mfg. Co 360 

Doors (Metal, Fireproof). 

A re III tec til ra I Bronze a[id I run Wrirk^i of 

Canadian Allis-ChalnitTs, Lid HiS-MiH 

Cana^lian OnianjenUd Iron Cu,, Ltd 17'l-l>^(i 

CliieiiKo Bridii^ & Iron Works 3<U 

Dennis Wire & Iron U^>rks Co.. Ud 172-I7'lr 

Coldie tt McCulIoch Co., Ltd 343 

Kinnear Mf^. Co , 352-353 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Lid 54 

Wm. N- O'Neil Co. Ltd 2-4 

A. B. Oriiisl)y Co,, Lt<[ :532-:i34 

Pedlar Teople, Ltd (i4-«5 

Cko, W- Ki.ed i^ Co., Ltd 7fi 

Steel and Kadialion. Ltd 330-331 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Stapply Co., Ltd Hi) 

;. & J. Taylor, Ltd 344 

riiorp Firi-proof Door Co 340-3-11 

Variety M^\^. Co 350-35t> 

W^innipcg Ci:iliiig and RoofiEig Co., Ltd 35^1 

Doors f Revolving). 

A. B. Onnnby Co., Ltd 355 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd. 91 

Doors (Screen). 

William Peace Co., Ltd 34 

Watson, Limited 85 

Window Strip ik Supply Co., Ltd M 

Doors (Steel, Rolling). 

Kinnear Mf|^. Co.. Lid 352-353 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd : 355 

Variety Mf^. Co 356-359 

Jas, G. Wihon Mfg. Co 360 

Doors (Woodj- 

Batts, Ltd ." 79 

Bnrton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 94 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 7S 

Gushing Bros. Co.. Ltd 93 

Knight Bros, Co., Ltd. 92 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

L^ H. Peters, Limited 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co , Ltd SO 

Rhodes-Curry Co., Ltd 90 

Drainers (Cellar), 

ClulT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Draperies (Furnishings), 

Thornton-Smith Co 21:^-222 

DriU (RockJ. 

Canadian A!Us-ChaIniers, X,td, ,, 315 

Drinking Fountains (Bronze) (Cast Iron). 

Architectnral Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Cbalmers, Ltd 16S-169 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-173 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd > . 18fl 

Kstey Bros. Company IftO 

Warden Xing, Ltd lO'J 

Drinking Fountains ^Marble), 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd. • , 344-247 

Smith Marble & Construction Co . Ltd.-...- 243 

Drinking Fountains (Porcelain Enamelled). 

CiufT Bros 244-247 

Standard Idciil Co-, Ltd 242-243 

Dry Cell BatterieS- 

Canadian IndL-pendent Telephone Co 237 



Dryers. ' page 

Canadian I^dctor Gas Heating Co,, Ltd 311 

International Varnish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

Jas. Langmuir Sz Co.. Ltd 132 

LoAve Bros., Ltd 131 

Pmchin, Johnson & Co. (Canada). Ltd 127 

Pratt it Lambert, Inc ^ 134 

Drying Appliances, 

Canadian Rector Gas He-iling Co., Ltd 311 

Sheldons, Ltd 307-310 

G. H, Tod Company 3IS-319 

Drying Coils- 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co.. Ltd 311 

Sheldons. Ltd - 307-310 

Dry Kiln Door Carriers. 

Altith Mfg. Co., Ltd. 200 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Variety Mfg. Co 35fi'3o9 

Jas, G, Wilson Mfg- Co 360 

Drying Machines ^Centrifugal}. 

G. IL Tod Co 318-3I& 

Dumb Waiters, 

Otis-Fcnsom Elevator Co., Ltd I,>l-iri6 

L. H. Peters, Limited ,.-..., 87 

TurnbuU Elevator Mfg. Co., 15t> 

Dust Proofing. 

Athey Company , . - « 86 

E 

Electric Candle Lamps. 

^ Thornton -Smith Co 2118-240 

Electric Gas Lighting Systems, 

AcetyluTn.^ Con>.triietion Co., I,td 252 

Prank Adam Ivli^ctric Co 23^4 

Electric Junction Boxes, 

<S«e l;leetric;il Suj^pUes ) 

Electric Light Fixtures, 

rVank Acjarn KtL-ctric Co 234 

Canadian General LIcctrit: Co., Ltd 21(t-23l 

Canadian H. W. Johns-ManvlUe Co., Ltd . . 232 

JelTersou f »la^s Co., Ltd 23-> 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 220 

Plastic RcliL'f Mfg, Co Ml3 

Thornton-Smith Co 238-240 

Electric Lamps (Tungsten), 

rVnnk Ailani Ivlectrit: Co - T^-^ 

Canadian C^cncral Klectric Co., Ltd.. . . 23IJ-231 

Canadian II. W. Johns-Manville Ct*,. Ltd . , 232 

Electric Machinery, 

Canadian C^eneral ICCectnc Co., Ltd 2311-231 

G. n. Tod Co 2ll*'2iy 

Electric Marble. 

I'Vank Adam Hlfctric Co 23 1 

Hoidge Marble Co., Ltd Ill 

Missisqiioi Marbles, Ltd 1 11-147 

Smith Marble and Construction Co., Ltd,. . . 14:i 

Electric Pole Brackets. 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

L. H. Giuidry & Co., Ltd 23ii 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd HU-Wl 

Electric Pull Boxes- 

CSee lilectrical Supplies.) 

Electric Slate. 

Frank Adam Electric Co 134 

Smith. Marble and Construction Co.. Ltd, . , 143 

Electric Trolley Wire, 
(See Trolky Wire.) 

Electric Wires and Cables, 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Canadian Independent Tt:Ie[jhone Co., 237 

Northern Electric Company, Ltd 233 

Electric Wiring Contractors. 

Canadian General Ekctric Co.. Ltd 23fl-231 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 229 

Electrical Compounds. 

(See Compounds. Electrical.) 

Electrical Supplies. 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.. Ltd 313 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd. . . 232 

Conduits Co.. Ltd 226-227 

Greenfield Conduit Co.. Ltd 225 

Orpen Conduit Mfg. Co., Ltd 228 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada, Ltd , . - 70-73 

Electrical Varnishes. 

{See Varnishes, Electrical.) 

Electroplating, 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers, Ltd 168-160 

Clare Bros. & Co.. Ltd 30;i-3U4 

Dennis Wire and Iron VA'orks Co., Ltd ...... 172-174 

Estey Bros. Company ISO 

L. H. Gaudr>' & Co . Ltd 236 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 



Elevator Cabs. 

(See Elevator Enclosures.) 

Elevators (Electric and HydrauUcj, 

GoUHe & McCulloch Co., Ltd.. 
Qtis-F'ensom Elevator Co., Ltd 
Turnbull Elevator Mfg. Co.. . . 
Wetllaufer Bros 



PAGE 



Elevator Enclosures. 

ArchiLectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalniers, Ltd. . - 
Canadian Ornaraenial Iron Co., Lid. . , , 
Dennis Wire and Iron ^.^'orksi Co., Ltd . . 
Dominion Architectural Iron Works, Ltd 
Dominion Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd. , . . 

Estey Bros. Compatiy . 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 

Manitoba Brid&e and Iron Works. Ltd., 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd 

L. H. Peters, Limited 

Snead & Co. Iron Works. Ltd 

Stetl and Radiation. Ltd 

Turnbull Elevator Mf^,'. Co 

John WatsoEi ik Son of Montreal, Etd.,. 



3U 
I0I-I66 

150 
21 



lOS-100 

i:iii-l86 
172-174 
1S7 
189 , 
1110 
23(i 
175 
2-4 

87 
U>7 

loU 

iss 



Elevator Door Locks. 

i^See Locks — ^Eleviitor Doors.) 

Enamelled Brick. 

American ICuanitlcd llrack and Tile Co. 1^ HJ 

Don Valk-y Hriek Works.' (1-7 

Hydraulic Prv-ss liriek Co ^ . 17-20 

Stinson-Hcch liuiUl-T^' Supply Co,, Ltd 115 

Waile-FulUrLon Co.. Ltd 5 



Enamel (Aluminium). 

Intirnatioual Varnisli Co , Lid 117-120 

r,ov\v Hrus,. I, Id , 

Sturgeons, Ltd, . . 






Enamel 1 Radiator), 

Lowe lirus.. Lid 

Pratt it Ln-MibtTl. Inc 
Sturgeons, Ltd 



Enamels- 

Iiilcriialional Wirnisb Co., Limited, ,. , 

Jarties Lauj^nniir ^\: Co l.lil 

bnxv'L- Bros.. [,1<1 . . 

Pir»eliin, Juhnson X: Co. (Canailul, 1-Ul. 

I'ralt \' Luinbert. Inc , . , , 

.StnrF;eoit.i. btd, 



• - t • 



, , , ■ 



1:11 
tJL( 



117 12(i 
i::2 
i:n 
127 

i;ti 

1:1:1 



Enamels iConcrete). 

MaslL-r Builders* Co. , . 

Pinchin. Jolnisnn & Co, tCauuduL Lltl . , ,., 

Pndl vV l„nnbert, Inc 

Slatnlard I'liint Cn of Catiadii, Mil 

Trussed Concrete bleel Lo lA Canarlt. Ltd. . :i4 H^i 



127 
1:14 

135 



Engineering Supplies. 

Conduils Co , I^td , " 

I )oniini(>n KadiaLor Co . I-ld 

('.fildiv ^.- McCnlloch Co.. Liil 

Ktrr r;nfiiiic Co , Ltd 

Kofjert Mitchell Co , btd 

Pea^e Foundry Co,, Lid. , 

Sli'cl and Kadiation. I.td 

Tavlor-I'orbes Co., Ltd 

0,'H. Tod Co 



22ri 



•i'j' 



20:1-270 

Mi 
:il2 

I7CI'171 

2o:i-257 

21) I :iai 

:iis-:u^ 



Engineering Supplies iRubber>. 

Canadian M. W. Johns-Manvilk Co., Ltd. . . 3iM 305 

Engines "Gasoline), 

WettlautLT Bros 21 



Engines ^Sleami. 

Canadian AUis-ChahruT-., Lid 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co , Ltd... , 

CroldiL' & McCulloeh Co.. l*i<l- 

John In^li^i Co . Ltd 

Poison Iron Works, I,t<L. 

Sheldons, Ltd 

G. H. Tod Co 

Wettlanfcr Hrori 

Exhaust Fans. 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., I-td 

Canadian Rector Gas HeatinK Co., Ltd 

Cfoldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 

Geo, W. RcL-d & Co., Ltd 

Slicldons. Ltd 



:ii5 
.Ti:i 
:ni 

^ifi-ai7 

:to7-:no 

318-319 
21 



.^11 

;ni 

:i07-:no 



Exhaust Heads iSteamj. 

Canadian P\iirUanks-.Morse Co. , Ltd 

Chicago BridKC & Iron Works 

Dominion Radiator Co. . Ltd 

Pease Fouradry Co.. Ltd 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd 

Geo, W. Reed & Co., Ltd 

Sheldons. Ltd . 

E:cpansion Joints, 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 



I « • . * 



«'■■■>* 



Expanded Metal. 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mf^^. Co 

Church, Ros-s & Co , 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 

\lanitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd 

Manitoba Gypsum Co. Ltd ..._-, 

Clarence W. Noble 

Win. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 

A- B. Ormshy Co., Ltd 

Pedlar People. I^td 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd . 



314 

26:i'27fi 
28(K2S2 
3lf>-317 

307-310 



17f>171 



111 

32-33 
23H 

54 

ins-uf) 
37 
2-4 

332-334 

36 
.13(1-131 

34-:i5 



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ETpanded Metal Lath, ^^^^ 

(See Eitpanded Metal.) 

Expansion Tanks- 

John Brennan & Co 0fi^"^7O 

Dominion Radiator Co. Ltd ■ - 263-279 

Goldic & McCulloch Co. Ltd qJLioi 

John iTi^lis Co., Ltd iftiik 

Pease Foundry Co. Ltd 2S0-282 

Steel and Radiation, Lid 6A\)-AA1 

Extractors (Hydro). 

(See Hydro Extractors-) 



F 



Faience ^Terra Cotta). 

(See Archittctural Ornaments — Terra Cotta.) 

Fans (Electric). 

Ca.nadian General El<;cLric Co., Ltd 

Poison Iron Works. Ltd 

Gi^o. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 

Sheidoos, Ltd 



Fans (Propeller), 

Poison Iron Works. Ltd. , 
Geo. W, Keed & Co. Ltd 
Sbeidons, Ltd 



230-231 
316-317 
342 
307-310 



316-317 

342 

307-310 



Fans (Steam), 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers, Ltd 
Slieldons. Ltd 



315 
307-310 



Fans (Steel Plate). 

Ciiicago Bridt^c & Iron Work; 

X-'olson Iron Works. Ltd 

Cl-o. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd-.,, 
Sheldons. Ltd 



3GI 

3lfi-317 
343 
307-310 



u- 



Fans (Ventilating). 

Cajiaditm Tairbanks-Morse Co. Ltd. . , , 
Canadisin Rtctor Cias Healing Co.. Ltd.. 

J'olson Iron Works, Ltd ^ 

Ceo. W. K<icd & Co. Ltd 

SlKJdcns, Ltd 



V 



Faucets fAli KiodsK 

Canadian IL \V. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd 

Ceo. Carpenter 

Cluiy liros 

UohLTt Miichcll Co. Ltd. 

Standard Ideal Co. Ltd 

Felt Burlap. 

Stiindard Paint Co, of Canada. Ltd 



313 

311 

31(i-3J7 

342 

307-310 



241 

250 

244-247 

170-171 

242-243 



Felt (Carpets 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 



Felt (Deadening}, 

hird i^ iSon 

Canacliiiu H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Union Fibre Co 

Felt Roofing. 

liird \' Son 

liruntford Roofinj:: Co. Ltd , , . 

Canadian H. W. Jolins-Manvilk Co., Ltd 

Canadian SujjjjIv & Contracting' Co., Ltd.. . . 

A. B. Ormsby Co. Ltd 

Geo. \V. Hft_'d ^' Co. Ltd. 

Roofcr.s' Sujjply Co., Ltd 

Standanl Fahit Co. of Canada. Ltd, .. , 

Feit Sheathing f Odorless). 

(Si:e Shtalhing Ft^lt — (Jdorlcss — WaterprooL) 

Felt [ Waterproofing) - 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 



■0-73 



70-73 



C6-G7 
350 
3-51 
340 



OG-f.7 

m-iil 

6S-69 

77 

75 

7ft 

50-57 

70-73 



'0-73 



Fencing. 

(See Ornamental Iron and Bronze.) 

Fenders. 

(See OrnanmoLul Iron and Bronze.) 

Filing Devices. 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co,, Ltd 

Canadian OlVjce & Scliool Furniture Co., Ltd. 

Safe-Cabinet Co 

Steel Kcjuiijmcnt Co,, Ltd 

Fillers- 

Jnlcrnational Varnish Co., Ltd , 

James Langmuir & Co. . Ltd 

Pinclnn, Johnson &: Co (Canada), Ltd 

Pratl ^^ I^mbt^rCC nc . .,...,.,... , 

Sl.nrgeons, Ltd , 



Filters (Ironl. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co. Ltd 

Fillers (Crack and Crevice). 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Filters. 

Canadian Fairbanks -Morse Qq„ Ltd 



347 
34S 



117"! 20 

132 

127 

134 

133 



6S-69 



131 
135 



313 



Filters (Oil and WalerL 

John Brcnnan & Co , 

Canadian Fairbank&- Morse Co. Ltd 



322-323 
313 



Finials. • ' ''^^^ 

Cushing Bros. Co. Ltd ^^ 

Geo. Carpenter ^o r-j 

Ludowici'Celadon Co %-J^ 

Wm, N. O'Neil Co. Ltd.... /r* 

Pedlar People, Ltd ^™ 

Roofers" Supply Co.. Ltd ...-- ^^ 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd IBo 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd -5^^ 

Finials iWoodJ. 

Cushing Bros. Co., Ltd ^^ 

Knight Bros. Co.. Ltd ^^ 

L. H. Peters. Limited °* 

Rat Portai,'e Lumber Co. Ltd ^^ 

Fire Brick and Clay. 

Geo. Carpenter ^ 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd. . .^ ^ -514 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron \Vorkfl„ Ltd O'k 

Stinson-Reeb Builders^ Supply Co.. LtJ ... - Ha 

W^tc-Fullerton Co. Ltd * 



Fire Brick Cement. 

Canadian H, W. Johns-Manville Co. Ltd.. . 



6S-59 



Fire Buckets and Tanks. 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works n?n on 

McClary Mfg. Co oil" 

A. B. Orrnsby Co.. Ltd 355 

Rxe Door Hardware and Fittings. 

Allith Mfg. Co. Ltd 200 

Wm. N. O'Ncil Co,, Ltd 2-4 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd n^X 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd W. ^n-r 

Kichards-Wilcox Can. Co., Ltd 200-2U7 

Stinion-Reeb Builders" Supply Co. Ltd - 115 

Taylor^Forb<--s Co. Ltd ill'f^l ' 

Variety Mfu. Co ■■ f^t 

John Watson ik Son of Montreal. Ltd Ib& 

Fire Escapes. 

(Set Ornamental Iron and Bronze.) 

Fire Extinguishers. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd OS-69 

ChicaKO Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Robert I^IitchL-U Co., Ltd ^^9"^'^ 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 35o. 

Fire Irons (Fenders, Baskets, Etc.). 

Architectural Hron/,e and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd iGS-169 

Canadian OrnaniL-ntal Iron Co.. Ltd l7(i-lS6 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co. Ltd 172-1*4 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd,..' 1S9 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 17fM7L 

Wni. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

A. B. Ormsbv Co. Ltd 332-334 

Thornton-Smith Co 21^-222 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 1S8 

Whittaker Stovt Works 202 

Fire Places (Brick), 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Don Vallt:y Brick Works 5-fi 

Hvdr^iilic-l'ri^ss Brick Co 18-20 

Waite-Fuiltrton Co. Ltd S 

Fireproof Doors. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.... 68-69 

Dennis Wir^ & Iron Works Co. Ltd 179-174 

Kinnear Mfg. Co 352-3i53 

Wm, N- O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2^ 

A. B- Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Geo. W. Rec<l &: Co.. Ltd 342 

Richards- Wilcox Can. Co.. Ltd 21)6-207 

StJnson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Thorp Fireproof Door Co 340-34 1 

Variety Mf^. Co 35C-359 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 360 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofm^^ Co., Ltd . . 354 

Fireproof Windows and Shutters. 

L. H. Gaudry ik Co.. Ltd 236 

KinntarMfg. Co 352-353 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd _,. 54 

Wm, N. O'Nuil Co., Ltd 2-4 

A. B- Ormsby Co.. Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People. Ltd _ . S4-6o 

Geo. W. Reed & Co. Ltd 342 

Richards- Wilcox Can. Co.. Ltd 206-207 

Sttel and Radiation. Ltd 330-331 

Slinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co. Ltd 115 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd. , 329 

Variety Mfg. Co 35fi-^59 

Winnipeg Ceilin>^ and Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Geo. Wragge. Ltd 335-337 

F ire proofing - 

Canadian H- W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd..., 08-69 

Fireproofing (Concrete). 

Church. Ross & Co 32-33 

Clarence W, Noble 37 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Pedlar People, Ltd 36 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co. Ltd 115 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd. . 34-35 

Fireproofing (Plaster Block). 

Atabastine Co., Paris. Ltd 112 

Crown Gypsum Co., Ltd 114 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd lO.S-llO 

Stinson-Reeb Builders" Supply Co., Ltd 115 



Fkeproofing (Terra Cotta). pagb 

Dominion Fireproofing Co 50 

Don Valky Brick Works, ............ .. - ^ - - 46^7 

National Fire Proofing Co. of Canada, Ltd... 48-49 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 4^-" ,1?^ 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Fire-Resisting Cabinets. 

(See Cabinets — Fire-Resisting.) 

Fittings (Iron Pipe)- 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co JH «--t 

ClufT Bros ' Wt^ 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co. Ltd., 1S9 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd Pr?i? 

Empire Mfg- Co., Ltd 248-249 

Pease Foundry Co.. Ltd o?^o^t 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 253-257 

Taylor-Forbes Co. Ltd lltlf. 

Warden King. Ltd 2S8-2G2 

Fixtures (Electric). 

Canadian General Klectric Co. Ltd 230-231 

Frank Adam Electric Co 234 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd..,. 232 

JefTerson Glass Co.. Ltd 235 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 229 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

Thornton-Smith Co -■■ ■■ 238-240 

Fixtures (Store)- 

(See Hardwood Fittings,) 



Flanges (Brass and Iron), 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 

Dominion Radiator Co,, Ltd 

Emuire Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Kerr Engine Co., Ltd 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd 

Robert Mitchell Co. Ltd 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 



189 

263-279 
248-249 
312 
54 

170-171 
294-301 



Floor Finish. 

International Varnish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

131 
90-97 
39-41 
134 
136 
135 
133 



Lowe Bros., Ltd 

Master Builders' Co 

Pinchin, Johnson S: Co. (Canada), Ltd, , . , 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 

Ronuk, Limited 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd .... 
Sturgeons. Ltd 



Floor Preservative- 
Lowe Bros. Ltd 

Pincbin, Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd 

R.I.W. Damp-Resisting Paint Co 

Ronuk, Limited 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd — 
Sturgeons, Ltd. 



Flooring (Asphalt), 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 

Flooring (Cement). 

Geo. W. Reed it Co.. Ltd 



131 
127 
130 
136 
135 
133 



7fl 



76 



Flooring f Composition). 

Canadian H- W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd... 
Canadian Pyrofugont Flooring Co., Ltd. . _ . 
Canadian Supply & Contracting Co. Ltd... 

Geo. W. Reed fi: Co.. Ltd - . 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 



fl8-99 

95 

77 

76 

70-73 



Flooring (Corkj- 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co. Ltd...- 98-99 



Flooring (Hardwood), 

Batts. Limited 

Canada Lumber Co. Ltd. 

Knight Bros. Co. Ltd 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co. Ltd 

L^ H. Peters, Limited . . - 

Rat Portage Lumber Co. Ltd 

Rhodts-Curry Co. Ltd 

Thornton Smith Co 

Siemon Bros. Ltd 



Flooring (Marble) - 

Gt-'O. Carpenter , . 

Hoidge Marble Co. Ltd 

Missisquoi Marbles. Ltd ....... 

Wm. N, O'KeilCo. Ltd 

Ontario Marble Quarries. Ltd ' . . 

/ Smilh Marble & Construction Co., Ltd. 

Flooring (Metal). 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co,^ Ltd. 



79 

78 

92 
2-4 

87 

80 

90 
218-223 
100 



9 

141 
144-147 

2-4 
142 
143 



Flooring (Tile and Mosaic), 

Geo. Carpenter 

L. H.Gaudrv& Co.. Ltd - 

Hoidge Marble Co.. Ltd. . 

Ludowici-Ccladon Co . . . , 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 

W^m. N. ONeilCo. Ltd 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 
Waite-Fullerton Co , Ltd 



Flooring (Wood Block). 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 

Floors (Cement). 

Master Builders' Co 



Flooring (Vulcanite), 

Geo. W. Reed &l Co.. Ltd 



355 
354 



9 
236 

141 
62-63 
144-147 

2-4 
143 

b 



83 

9ft-97 

76 



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Floor Slee[>er Anchors (Concrete Worfel 

CImfU*^ Mulvev Mfn. Co 

L, n. i'nicT^. l.iiiiilt'il. ,,..., 
Slcfl Floor Stcc(>cr Anchor Cu . 



Floor Wu, 

OaixaJLiiL Pvrofii>;ont KIooritiK Co., T^til 
IiLt^ruaUuiLal Winiish Co.. lAki. . . 

Kontik, Uid ....... 

Sttir^ooiis, Kill 

Flour Mactiinery, 

Canadian Allis Chalmers, Ltd 



PAflB 

87 
44 



05 
K(3 



Flue Lmm^s. 

CttnrtOi**n H, \V, Johii^Maiiville Co.. Ltd,.. 

Doinlnion Kireprooiuit; Co , 

Stiii:ioii'Reoh Buildt-rs" Supply Co.. Ltd . , . . 



Flumes- 

Jolm In^Iis Co , Limited 
Holsuu Iron Works, l,td. 

Fresco«. 

Ctiirncy Foundry Co . Ltd 

HoiJt^c & Sous 

W. J. Hyncs. Lid 

Plastic Relief Mfg, Co 
ThonitoD-Smith Co 



Furnaces (Warm Air). 

Claft' Bros, & Co , Lid 

Gall Stove & Furnace Co,, Ltd 

McCUry Mfg. Co.,.r- 

Ptase Foundry Co.. Ltd. . 

Jas, ;Sinarl Mfg, Co,» Ltd. . , . ...,,. 

Furniture. 

Btrrlin Interior Hardwood Co,, Ltd 

Canadii^n Office J^ School Furniture Co>. Ltd. 

Cushint; Bros. Co.. Lid , . 

Knit'ht Bros- Co., Ltd 



3L5 



304-305 

50 
115 



S3IM2 1 
31^317 



283-293 

101 

103 

103 

21S-223 



30:2-303 

201 

210-211 
2SIV-2S2 
3013 



91 
SO 

92 



Furniture SteelL 

Safc-Cj-binet Co 

Steel i^quipinent Co.h Ltd 

Furniture ^Metal), 

Safe-Cabinet Co , , . 



.. 347 

, 34S 



347 



Furring iMetaJi. 

C^HAijian Steel Studdiog & Mfg. Co Ill 

Church. Rossifc Co 32-33 

Hoid^e & Sons , Ill I 

\\\ J, Hvnes. Ltd 102 

Manitoba Oypsum Co.. Ltd 108-110 

Clarence \\. Xoble _ . 106-107 

Wm, N. ONeilCo.Ltd 2-4 

A, B. Ormsby Co,, Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People. Ltd . . . HM-1IT5 

Slecl and Radiation, Ltd , . . 33lK<:it 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canadu. Ltd. . 34-35 

Furaiture ^ Lodge). 

Berlin loterior Hardwood Co.,. Ltd , . , , 01 

Canadian Office it School Furniture Co.. Ltd. 80 

Knight Bros, Co . Ltd 02 

Furring .Interlocking System.), 

Canadian Steel Studding ^: Mfg. Co, Ul 

Furring (Terra Cotla). 

Dominion Firt:|.>roofinn Co 50 

Don WUlry Urick Works 4*i— 17 

National Fire ProofuiK Co. of Canada, Ltd.. , 48-4Si 

Wailtf'Fullcrton Co., Ltd 5 



Fuse Blocks. 

PVauk. Adam Rlectric Co 



2:^ 



G 

Galvanizing. 

Cunadiau Hridjce Co., Ltd 52 

Galvanized Iron. 

Canadian Steel Studding X: MfK- Co Ill 

A. C. Leslie fl: Co., Ltd 74 

McClary Mf^- Co 210 211 

A, 1*. ormshy Co,, Ltd. . . 7o 

Pe<llur People, Lid (Vl-65 

Ceo W, Reed ^ Co , Ltd 7rt 

Roofrrs" Supply Co.. Ltd.. 5lt-fl7 

SIk-Mo[i>. Ltd :J07-3H) 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Rootiiiic Co., Ltd- 354 

Galvanised Piping, 

Ciin.irlian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

ClulT Hros 24-1-217 

Contlults Co. , Ltd 22(1-227 

Dominion Radiator Co., I^ld 2*t3-27lt 

Knipirc MffcC Co., Ltd 2-iM-241> 

A. M, OrmM»y Co, Ltd 7.^ 

Pedlar People, Ltd iilO.^ 

Geo. W. Reed & Co . Lid 7fi 

Boofrrs' Supply Co,, Ltd 6^7 

Sheldon^. Ltd 3f>7-flin 

Steel iitid Kadialion, Ltd 2&3-257 

Garbage Burners. 

fJi'cario fni'iucrator Co 324 

Dominion Radiator Co . Lid 2fi3-279 

(Wirncy Foundry Co , Ltd 2S3-:^\)3 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd , 242-213 

Garbage Cans, 

Ceo, W. keed&Co., Lid 7fi 



Oai Engines. 

Cau.iili.iu AlUs Cliidrncrs. Lt<l 

Ciinuiliiiu Fuirhiml;sMur-4*' Co., Ltd. 
C.uUlic i\ McCulkuli Ca, Ltd , . 

G- M. Totl ConipLLuy 

VoitKuidtr Hros. ...... 

Gas Fixtures and Lighting. 

Fruuk Ailiini iCIeolric Co 

Canadian Hector C.us Heating Co.. Ltd. 

IclTt-Tson (iluNS Co,. Ltd 

Ruhcrt MiK^lK-11 Co,. Lid. . . 



t'Afitt 

:*15 

313 
314 

3lS-3lt> 
21 



234 

311 

220 



Gas Machines. 

Acetylene Construction Co., Ltd » 342 

Canadian Rector das IK^utin^t Co.. Ltd. 311 

Gas Meters. 

Robert Mitchell i^o.. Ltd 229 

Gas Producers. 

Cauadiuit A Mijs -Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Gas Producer Plants ^Anthracite or Bituminous). 

G. H. Tod Company 3tS-310 

Gas Stoves, 

Acetylene Construction Co . Ltd :^42 

Canadian Rtrctor Gas >leulini; Co., Lid..,.,.. 311 

C.urney Foundry Co,. Limited 212-21-1 

McClary Mf«. Co ■lU\--2\\ 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 17U-171 

Wrought Iron Hiintie Co 2t»i 

Gauges lAll Kinds). 

Dominion Ru<liutor Co.. Ltd. 2<J3-27!;1 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Gearing. 

Ciiniidian Allis-<aialmcrs. Ltd 31o 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron U' orks. Ltd , , . . ^ 54 

Poison Iron Works. Ltd ;11H-;117 

Gearing -HelicalL 

Manitoba liridi^e arid Iron Worki. Ltd 54 

Generators i,Heat). 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co . , 325 

Tayior-Forbvs Co.. Ltd 294-30! 

Generators. 

Canadian Gt?neral Klectric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Gesso '.Plastering), 

Dominion Gypsum Co.. Ltd UO 

W. J. Hynt-s. Ltd l[)2 

Thornton-Smith Co , 218-222 

Glass iBent). 

Hobhs M(\^. Co., Ltd i:i7 

Toronto PUte Glass ImportiMfc; Co., Ltd., , 13S-I39 

Glass tLeaded and Stained). 

Cushinji Bros. Co., Lid 93 

Hobhs Mfg. Co.. Ltd 137 

Liixftr Prism Co., Ltd 140 

Wm. N". O'W-it Co., Ltd 2-1 

Ral FortaKC Luuibur Co., Ltd , , SO 

ThorntonSuiith Co 2l.S-:*22 

Toronto Plate Gins'; Importiri)^' Co., Ltd. i:^S-13U 

Glass tide). 

Geo. Carpenter , J) 

Hot^bsMfK- Co,, Ltd 137 

Xudowici'Celn<lon Co (12-fi3 

Toronto Plate Glass ImportiuK Co., Lid. . i:tH-l30 

Glass tWindow and Plate). 

Cn.shin>c Bros, Co., Ltd ya 

Ilobbs Mf>:. Co . Ltd 137 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Thofnlon-Snnth Co 21H-222 

Toronto Plate C.la.is hiiporliri^ Co.. Ltd , 13«-I3a 

Glass 1 Wired). 

CushiuK Hros. Co., I Ml 03 

L^ H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 23fi 

Ilobbs Mf^. Co.. Ltd i:t7 

Win X. O'W-il Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Roofers" Supply Co . Ltd Sii .17 

Toronto Plate (Uass Importing Co.. Ltd 138- 13U 

Glassware (Illuminating), 

Cuiiadiua General Jvhctnc Co., Ltd 230-231 

Jefferson Glass Co., Ltd. 236 

Glazed Brick, 

(See Itriek— Glazed.) 

Granite (Building. Cut, Rough. Polished). 

Smith Xtarhle & Construction Co,. Ltd 143 

Granite (Monumental). 

Smitli Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd U3 

Granitized Roofing. 

(See Uooflng — Graniti?^cd.) 

Granolithic Pavement Makers. 

Church. Ross .Sj Co 32-33 

Mustt-r BuildcrH' Co 9fl-97 

Geo. W. Kt^ed & Co., Ltd 78 

Grates (Chain), 

G. H. Tod Co 318-310 



Grates (Electric). 

Whittaker Stove Works 

GraHngs rStdewalkJ. 

ArtliiUttund Uronze and Iron Works of 

Catiadi.ui .Vllis-Chiilnurs. Ltd 

lJonii[iiun Ornnnie[it;il Iron Co.. Lttl, , . 

Fstey Bros, Company 

Lnxfer Prisrii Co . Lid 

Munitobji llrid^u an<l Tron Works. Ltd 
Wm, N. ONeil Co.. Ltd 



Gravel Roofing, 

CSi^e Rooilng Miiterialj 

Grease Traps, 

CliilT ISros 

StEirnlard Ideal Co., Ltd, ,. 
WiinK'ii Kiii^. I.,td 

Greenhouses. 

Lord ^i: Unrnham Co., Ltd. 



I'AGIt 

202 



it)() 

140 

54 
2^ 



244-247 
242-243 

Mm 



208-209 



Grilles (Bronze. Iron and MetaL. 

Archatectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers. I,td 

Canadian OtVice it ^School Furniture Co.. Ltd.. 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfj;. Co 

Ceo. CarpeiilLT 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co.. Ltd. 
Dominion Architectural Iron \^ orks, Ltd, . 

DomiEiion Ornamental Iron Co,, Ltd . . . 

Hsti:y Bros. Company 

Manitoba Bridt,'e and Iron Works, Ltd 

Kobert Mitchdl Co.. Ltd 

Chark-s Mtdvey M(^. Co 

Snead lS: Co. Iron Works. Ltd. .. .. ^ !,!!!!! ! 

TurnbuBl EltvaLor Mf?^. Co 

Tuttle& Baiky Ml^. Co. of Canada. Ltd.... 

Waitc-Fulk-rton Co., Ltd 

Window Strip tk Supply Co.. Ltd 

Grilles iPolished Steelj. 

Lstey Bros. Company 



Hi8-lU9 

89 

17rj-186 
III 
2.50 

172-174 
187 
ISD 
im) 
175 
17thl71 

82 
167 
1.50 

1%-iys 

5 
S4 



190 



Guards ^Conductors. 

<See Conductor C.uards.) 

Guards ilron and Wire). 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 

Dennis Wire and IroEi Works Co.. Ltd.,.. . . . 
DoTnnnon Arcliitectural Iron Works, Ltd- , . . 

Domtnion Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 

listey liro!^. Company , . . . 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works. Ltd . \ '. 
Charles ^fiilve>' Mfj^;. Co,.. 

Wrn, X. O'Xeil Co,. Ltd [' 

A. B. Ormsby Co,. Ltd 

Steel and Rmliation, Limited 

TurnLnll Elevator Mf^, Co 

Tuttle :k Baik-y Ml^. Co. of Canada, Ll L. . . 

\'aritty Mf^. Co 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd 



Guards (Snow). 

Dennis Wire and Iron Worlds Co.. Ltd., 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd 

Diijjle\ Hanger Co , " 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd. . , 

L. H. Peters, Limited 

C^*eo. W, Rcod & Co., Ltd 

Roofer^;" Supply Co . Ltd 

Jolin Watson ^\: Son of Montreal, Ltd. . . , 



Gypsum Products. 

Alal)astine Co,. Paris, Ltd 

Crown C.y|)siim Co.. Ltd, ... ... 

DoniiiLion t'lVpsuni Co., Ltd 

Manitoba Cypsinii Co., Ltd 



- ■ - . . 



17fi-18S 
172-174 
187 
1S9 
190 
175 
»2 
2^ 
332-334 

1511 

I'Jti-l'Jji 
358-359 
1SI4 



172-174 
IS!I 

SI 
175 

S7 

76 

56-.57 
ISS 



113 
114 
111) 

IIIS-III) 



H 

Hammered Leaf Work (Bronze and Iron;. 
(^Sue (Jniaincnlal Iron and Uruiuc,} 

Hfin^ers. 

Canadian Allis-ChatMRTs, Ltd 55 

Hangers ^Beam and Walt), 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co.. Ltd 313 

Dennis Wire iS; Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-174 

Duplex Hanger Co si 

L. 31, Craudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Goidieiii McCnlloch Co . Ltd 314 

Manitoba BridK^: & Iron Works. Ltd , 54 

Chnrks Mulvey Mfg. Co 82 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd .,.,,... 2-4 

. Bteel and Radiation. Ltd , 330-^31 

Variety Mfg. Co 35^5-350 

Hangers (Irish). 

Taylor 1-orhes Co,j Ltd ,,,.,...,.... 2fl4-30l 

Hangers (Shafting). 

Caiiailinn Kairbtinks-^Iors.e Co.. Ltd. . , i , , , . 313 

Duplex Han«or Co $\ 

C.oldic^H: McCnlloch Co., Ltd 314 

John fnglis Co , Ltd \[ 320-321 

Manilolni lirid^jc & Tron Works. Ltd 54 

Shcldons, Ltd 307-310 



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Hangers (Sliding Doors). ^^ 

Manitoba Bridse & Irmi Works. I,td 332-33* 

Reliance IS.llli.arinfi Duor Hanger Co M^^^ 

RicbarcisAVilcox Can Co.. Ltd ^^^ 

Tas, Smart Mfg^ Co., Ltd 204^01 

Taylor-Forbes Co. Ltd 35G-;559 

Variety Mfg. Co.. Ltd 

Hardwall Plaster. 

(Set Plaster— HardwallJ 

Hardware (Builders'). ^^ 

Allith Mfg. Co., I,td .-... - .^ - ' ■ - ■ 306-207 

Richard^AVilcox Canadian Co.. Lid -^ - 

Stiii.ou-K<,'eb Builders- .Supply Co.. Ltd nj_^^^ 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 

Hardwood Fittings. 

BaHs, Ltd ; ^' ■ " V'l^i fll 

Berlin Interior Hiirdwuo^ Co.. Ltd 

Jiunon ^^ liivldwiti MfS' Co.. Ltd ■■ ^* 

Cauada Lurabtr Co.. Ltd. .. . - - - - - - - ■ - • - - - ^^ 

Cal!adian OAlce .S: School Ftirnitur^ Co.. Ltd. bJ 

Cusliin^ Bros. & Co.. Ltd , 

Kiiii;hl r>ro5. & Co. Ltd ; 

■\^'■E^. N. 0'X<^il Co-. Ltd - 

L, H. PeU-rs. Ltd -^^- ^q 

Rat Poniiv^e Lumber Co., Lt^i 

Kliodcs' Curry Co-. Ltd 

Hardwood Floors. 

tSfC >'looriiig—IIardMOod.) 

Heat Regulation. 

Canadian Powurs Regulator Co Ltd ; ^^-J-7 

Can;uli^n Rector Gas Jl^atiiit; Co.. Ltd dit 

HontvWL^ilH^'iUmgSpceialty Co ;^^^ 

I^Huneupolis Heat Rugulator Co -^-^a 

Heaters (Car). 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Mauvilk Co. Lid.... 3n4-305 

lloTiiinioii Radiator Co. Ltd -''j* -';, 

Pi-ase Foundry Co.. Ltd ^ , ■ ^ 1 7 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd "Uq " Ai 

Warden ICiiiS. Ltd ^^^ -^- 

He^teis ;Feed Waters 

John Brennan & Co ; " - 

CainiLdi^iu ALli.^-Chalniers. Ltd - :J";^ 

Canadi:ui Faifbaiilis-Morie Co.. Ltd d J 

Goldic .S: J\IcCulloch Co.. Ltd ^ ii^u-vM 

iDlni In^lis Co.. Ltd. . ■---'■; ■ ■ -y, ^ ^4 

ibmitobu Brid(;e ii: Iron Works. Ltd ^-^ 

Tnvlor-1-orbes Co.. Ltd ^ '^"^"J 

G.H. Tod Co , '^^^-^"^ 

Heaters (Gas) (Water), 

Canadian Rector Gas Healing Co.. Ltd i\].^i- 

ClufT Bros ;ir^4u 

Empires Mfg. Co.. Ltd, . . - oil'>?^ 

Gurney Foundry Co-. Ltd nm :,u 

Polsoa Iron Works, Ltd J10--.lr 

Healers Jacket). 

Giirncy Foundry Co,. Ltd 21'2-21a 

Heaters (Waterj. 

ClulT Bros IttliL 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd iv^'tX 

Guniev Fouiuky Co.. Ltd ^IJ 

AhiniLotja Bridije & Iron Works, Ltd M 

McClary ^Lf^. Co l^^ll\ 

Pi:ase Foundry Co.. Lid 2&^0-i6- 

Heating Appliances. 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd tkr -j^- 

Canadian Povvers Reg^ulator Co.. Ltd ^fV 

Canadian Rector Gas Heatiug Co., Ltd Jii 

Clare Bros. ^ Co.. Ltd i^l.Sl 

Doiminiou Radiator Co.. Ltd fj^ti^^ 

Gurney l^oundrv Co.. Ltd M'^"^^ 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co H,, ..,, 

McClary Mfi;. Co ^ 210-211 

P^^ase Foundry Co., Ltd 1^7 i\n 

Sheldons. Ltd ?2r^^° 

las- Smart MIg. Co.. Lid 306 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd l^.rtnf 

Tavlor-ForbtsCo,. Ltd l^lfjy 

Warden King. Ltd 2o8-262 

Heating Appliances (Electric), 

Canadian General Klectric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Heating Supplies. 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co,> Lid 315 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co.. Ltd 311 

Clare liros. & Co.. Ltd ^^^~^^l 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 2^.1-279 

Empire I^Ifg. Co.. Ltd 248-24^ 

Gurney Foundry Co.. Ltd 283-293 

Kerr Engine Co., Ltd 312 

Robert MitchcU Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Pease Foundry Co., Ltd 280-282 

Sheldons. Ltd 307-3H) 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 253-257 

Taylor-Forhes Co.. Ltd 294-3M 

TutUe S: Bailey Mfg- Co. of Canada. Ltd-, . . 106-1&8 

Hoists. 

Canadian Allis-Clialmers. Ltd 55 

Gillis & Geoghegan 148-149 

W-ettlaufer Bros 21 



PACE 

Hoisting Apparatus. 

Canadian AUis^Chalniers. Ltf. .^ -^ g 

Canadian Fajrbanks-Mors^ Co.. Ltd 

Goldie & McCulloch Co. Ltd . . _ ^'l 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron W orkt.. Lid ^^^^^^^ 

Otis-Fen:^oni Ekvalor Co., ^}^-'j 2(H1-20T 

Ricliards-Wilcox C^iuadian Co. Lid ^^^ 

TnrnbuU Ekvator Mfg. Co ^i 

Welllaufer Bros 

Hollow Building Blocks, 

Crown Gypsum Co.. Ltd -q - 

Dominion Fireproofing Co ^^^ 

Dominion tiypsuni Co., Ltd 108-110 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd ^ 

\VaiLt=-Fidltrton Co.. Ltd 

Hopper Closets. 

Canadian U. \\\ Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.. , . ^n_^^^ 

Empire Mfi,^ Co.. Ltd.. 242-243 

Standard Ideal Co. Ltd J*j ^^^ 

Warden King. Ltd 

Hopper Closets (Porcelain EnanrieUed). 

Ch^fT Bros , - 2I2-243 

Siiindard Ideid Co., Ltd ^42 /4 J 

Hose (Water or Steam) (Rubber). 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.. . . 304-305 

Hose Pipes ^Fittmss, Nozzles and Couplings)- 

Kuipirc MIg. Co.. Ltd 248-240 

Kc-rr En^;ine Co.. LttL . - i-n-lTl 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd LU-i-l 

Hose Racks. 

Empire Mffi. Co. Ltd. - 248 -4W 

Robert Mitchell Co. Ltd l^t)^!^* 

Hospital Plumbing Apparatus. 

Geo. Carpenter ■Ji4-'>47 

ClulT Bru^ ' 9A<-h^) 

Empire Mfg- Co.. Ltd. ill oA 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242 J4^ 

Hot Air Engines- 

National Equipment Co.. Ltd ■ -^1 

Hotel Fittings. 

Berlin liitt^rior Hardwood Co.. Ltd ^I 

Burton .S^ Baldwin Mf^- Co-. Ltd.... . . , .... ^4 

Canadian Otlk-e & sScliool I'urniture Co., Ltd. 6V 

Cnshint: I3ro5. Co.. Ltd J^ 

Rhodes'Curry Co., Ltd 01 o t>-> 

Thorni oil-Smith Co i\i 

^\'^ougllt Iron Kaii^e Co -^o 

Hotel Furniture. 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd .- . . 91 

Canadian OJlice tt School Furnilure Co.. Ltd. 89 

Thurntun-Stnitli Co llb-^Z^ 

Hotel Kitchen Supplies- 

Guniev Foundry Co., Ltd !H'n!^ 

McClary Mft: Co iit 

W'roujihl Iron RaLi^e Co- -^lo 

Humidifiers, 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd H^"^?! 

Sheldons. Ltd 307-310 

Hydrants. 

Canadian Alli^-Cliahners. Ltd 315 

Canadian Fairhanks-Morsc Co., Ltd ^ .. ^ 

ClniT Bro^ Itt 

L, H. Gaudrv & Co.. Ltd H^ ^^-, 

John Iny-lis Co.. Ltd 320-3il 

Kerr Engine Co.. Ltd 3i2 

Hydro-Electric Machinery. 

Canadian Allis-Chahner^i, Ltd ^15 

Hydro-Extractors. 

G. H. Tod Company 31S-319 

I 

Ignition Appliances. 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Illuminating Glassware. 

JeiTerson Glass Co., Ltd 23S 

Imcineratjrs. 

Decarie Incinerator Co 324 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 2fiS-279 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Indicators (Speed qmJ Steam), 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co,, Ltd 313 

Indicator Valve Posts. 

Canadian AlUs-Ch aimers. Ltd. 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Moric Co., Ltd 313 

Kerr Engine Co.. Ltd 312 

Robert MitcViell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Inlaying (Woodwork), 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

L. H, Peters, Limited 87 

Thornton-Smith Co , . 218-222 

Instrument (Electrical). 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 



Insulated Wire. ^ ^**^ 

Canadian Independent Telephone Co ^^7 

Canadian Steel St iddmg S: Mfg. Co Ill 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd -"^ 

Insulating Compounds and Varnishes. 

Canadian H. \V. Johns-Manvillc Co. Ltd... 350 

Inter lational Varmsh Co.. Ltd ii 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd. .^ . . ^^ 

Northern Electric Co , Ltd. - -^ ■ - - ■ (^^ 

Pinehin. Johnson & Co. (Canada). Ltd. ..... 27 

R.I.W. Damp Kesistmg Paint Co. l^W 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd d^l 

Insulating Papers. 

(See Papers— Sheathing and Insulating.) 

Insulating Tape- 

Canadian H, W. Johns-Manville Co. Ltd.... 350 
Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd Aol 

Insulation, 

Bird & Son ; ':»-v; ■ V;^"' ^tl~^^ 

Canadian H. W, Johns Man v die Co., Ltd. .. 350 

Northern Electric Co.. Ltd 2^^ 

Samuel Cabot. Inc.. ....-.- \t°'^^^ 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd ^ol 

Union Fibre Co • ^^^ 

Insulators (Glass)- 

Canadian Independent Telephone Co 237 

Insulators. 

Canadian General Electnc Co., Ltd 230-231 ^ 

Interior Decorations. 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 1^ "^ 

Thornton-Smith Co ■ 21^-^^^ 

Interior Telephone Systems, 

Canadian Independent Telephone Co 237 

Interior Woodwork. 

(See Woodwork^Interior.l 

Iron Cements or Fillers. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manvillc Co,. Ltd. . GS-69 

Iron Doors. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Woi;ks of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd l^Tltl 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 17fa-lbt) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works. - 361 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd \ll~^^^ 

Dominion Architectural iron Works, Ltd l^i 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co-. Ltd ISJ 

Estey Bros. Company 1«^ 

L. H Gnudry & Co.. Ltd 230 

Kinnear Manufacturing Co iz 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd. . , 54 

Wm. N. ONcil Co,. Ltd 2"* 

A. B, Ormsby Co., Ltd rM'tit 

Variety Mfg. Co ■ yS«"*^ 

lobn Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd leo 

Jas, G. Wilson Mfg^ Co ^^^ 

Iron Fencing and Gates- 

(See Ornamental Iron and Bronze.) 

Iron Fittings (MaUeable") (.Cast). 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co l\\T.- 

CluiT Bros Itt7,-r, 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd l^rV.l 

Empire Mfg. Co.. Ltd 24S-249 

Wni. N_ ON^eil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd ^.V o^l 

Taylor-Forbes Company. Ltd 2y4-tJ0l 

Iron Ladders. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron AVorks of 

Canadian AUis-Chaliners. Ltd ^^'^^^ 

Charles Mulvey Mfg- Co 82 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works. ._ '*ol 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works. Ltd- . . . 187 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd 1^9 

Eatey Bros. Company i?? ^^^ 

Variety Mfg. Co ?5^^^^ 

lohn Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd loo 



K 

Kettles (Steam Jacket), 

Gurney Foundry Co.. Ltd 212-215 

Kilns (Continuous). 

G. H. Tod Company 318-319 

Knife Switches (Electric), 

Frank Adam Electric Co ■ - 2J4 



L 



Lacr;uers. 

International Varnish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

Lowe Bros., Ltd ^. ^^^ 

Pinehin, lohnson Co. (Canada), Ltd I2v 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc }'^j 

Stufficons. Ltd 1^*! 

Ladders (Store, Sliding). 

Allith Mfg. Co.. Ltd - ^^^ «^-, 

Richards Wilcox Canadian Co,. Ltd 206-207 

Lamps (Arc)- 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 



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Lamps (Carbon), page 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Canadian H, W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd- . , . 232 

Lamps (Standard). 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUis-Chalmcrs, Limited 168-169 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Lid 236 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Wra. N. ONeil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Snead & Co. Iron Worlds. Ltd 1G7 

Lamps (Tungsten)- 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Miinvalle Co.. Ltd... 232 

Lath (Expanded Metal). 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg_ Co Ill 

Church. Ross & Co 32-33 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd ,., 236 

Manitoba Gypsum Co.j Ltd. 108-110 

Clarence W. Noble 106-107 

Wm. N:. O'Neii Co.. Ltd 2^ 

A- B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People, Ltd 104-105 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Stinson-Recb Buildert* Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Lath (Wood), 

Batts. Ltd 79 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Knight Bros- Co.. Ltd 92 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Laundry Machinery and Accessories. 

G- H. Tod Company 318-319 

Laundry Tubs. 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

L. H. Peters. Limited 87 

Smith Marble & Construction Co,. Ltd 143 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Warden KIti^-. Liniite4. 258-262 

Laundry Tubs (Porcelain Enamelled). 

ClufT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Laundry Tubs (Artificial Stone). 

ClufT Bros 244-247 

Roman Stoae Co.. Ltd 24 

Lavatories. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd.... 241 

ClufF Bros , 244-247 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Warden King. Ltd 258-262 

Lavatories (Porcelain Enamelled), 

Geo, Carpenter 9 

ClulT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Company, Ltd 242-243 

Lawn Furniture (Metal). 

Dennis Wire & Iron W^orks Co., Ltd 172-174 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Lead (Red), 

Canadian Steel Studding 8: Mfp. Co Ill 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 13t 

Sturgeons Ltd 133 

Lead (White). 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd 131 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Library Bookstacks and Shelving (Metal). 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Safe-Cabinet Co 347 

Snead & Co- Iron Works, Ltd 167 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd Ill 

Library Bookstacks and Shelving (Wood). 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd 91 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 94 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

L. H. Peters, Limited 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd 80 

Snead & Co. Iron Works, Ltd 167 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Lighting Fixtures* 

Acetylene Construction Co,. Ltd .* 252 

Frank Adam Electric Co 234 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadiaa Allis- Chalmers. Ltd 168-169 

Canadian H. W. Jolins-Manviile Co., Ltd.... 232 

JcfTerson Glass Co., Ltd 235 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 229 

Plastic Relief Mfg, Co 103 

Thornton-Smith Co 238-240 

Lime. 

Manitoba Gypsura Co., Ltd 108-110 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Linoleum, 

Thornton-Smith Co 21S-222 



Lockers (Metal). fagb 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AlHs-Chalnn^rs. Ltd 168-169 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 176-186 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co.. Ltd 17^174 

Dontinion Architectural Iron Works. Ltd. . . . 187 

L. H. Gaudrv & Co., Ltd 236 

\\m. N. ONeil Co., Ltd 2-4 

A, B- Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-65 

Geo. W. Reed& Co., Ltd 342 

Steel Equipment Co., Ltd 348 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Locks (Elevator Doors). 

Reliance Ball Bearing Door Hanger Co 204-205 

Variety Mfg, Co 356-359 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 188 

Locomotives. 

Canadian Allis- Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Lugs (Wire), 

Frank Adam Electric Co 234 

Lumber. 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Cashing Bros. Co.. Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

L. H, Peters, Ltd 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd 80 

Rhodes-Curry Co.. Ltd 90 

Sieraon Bros.. Ltd 100 



M 

Machinery — Fine (Repairs). 

Johu Inglis Co., Ltd 220-221 

Machinery (Merchandise Handling). 

Manitoba Uridge & Iron Works, Ltd H 

G. H, Tod Company 218-219 

Machinery (.Pumping). 

Canadian Allis- Chalmers, Ltd 315 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd 320-321 

National Equipment Co., Ltd 251 

G. H. Tod Company 318-319 

Wettlaufer Bros 21 

Machinery (Transmission). 

Goldie& McCulloch Co., Ltd 3U 

John IukJis Co., Ltd 320-321 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd .54 

Mail Chutes. 

Canadian Cutler Mail Chute Co., Ltd Ifll 

Manhole Covers and Frames. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadiiin AHis-Chalniers. Ltd I6S-UJ9 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 17H-lS'i 

Clare Bros, & Co., Ltd 'MVl-'-'M 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd IS^A 

L. H, Gaudry & Co., Ltd 2'4n 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 320-321 

Kerr Engine Co,. Ltd 312 

^laaitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd o4 

Wm. N. ON'dl Co. Ltd 2-4 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co.. Ltd 306 

Manicure Tables (Bathroom). 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Smith Marble & Construction Co., Ltd 143 

Manicure Tables ^Bathrooms, Porcelaia 
Enamelled; - 

Geo. Carpenter 2.50 

Ciuff Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co. Ltd 242-243 

Mantels. 

Batts. Ltd 79 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co,, Ltd 91 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 7S 

Gushing Bros, Co.. Ltd 03 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

L. H» Peters. Limited 87 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

AVaite-Fullerton Co,, Ltd 5 

Mantels (Brick), 

CoUimhus Brick S: Terra Cotta Co 12 

Geo, Carpenter, , - 

Don Valley Brick Works 6-7 

HydrauUc-Prtiss Brick Co lS-20 

Tregillus Clay Products. Ltd 22 

Waite-Fullerton Co.. Ltd 5 

Marble. 

Hoidge Marble Co.. Ltd 141 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-U7 

Wm. N. O'KeilCo,. Ltd 2-4 

Ontario Marble Quarries, Ltd 142 

Smith Marble & CocsLruction Co., Ltd H3 

Marble (Artificial)- 

Hoidge Marble Co., Ltd 141 

Wm. N- O'Keil Co., Ltd 2^ 

Marble Monuments. 

Hoidge Marble Co.. Ltd 141 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-14/ 

Ontario Marble Quarries, Ltd 142 

Smith Marble Sc Construction Co., Ltd 143 



Marquises (Iron and Bronze). page 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AUis-Chalmers, Ltd 16S-169 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 17^186 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works, Ltd., . . 1S7 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 18^ 

Estev Bros- Company 190 

Luxfer Prism Co., Ltd 140 

Robert ilitchell Co,. Ltd .,-- 170-171 

Wm- N. O Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4= 

Memorial Tablets (Brass or Bronze). 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Alhs-Chalmers. Ltd 168-169 

Estey Bros. Company 190 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Wm. N. ONeil Co., Ltd 2^ 

Metallic Packing. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co,. Ltd., ,. 304-305 

Metals (Pig, Antimony, Copper, Iron or Bronze)- 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co,, Ltd 313 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfts> Co Ill 

McCEary Mfg. Co 211^211 

Metal Ceilings- 
Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg Co Ill 

Clarence W. Noble 106-107 

Wm, N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2^ 

A, B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People, Ltd *i4-G5 

Winnipeg CL-iliiii;! and Roofing Co., Ltd 3M 

Metal Furniture. 

(See Furniture — Metal,) 

Metal Polish, 

Ronuk. Limited 136 

Metal Roofing- 

tSee Shingles, Steel.) 

Metal Lumber, 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Geo, W. Reed & Co., Ltd 342 

\\'innipeia' Ceiling and Uooling Co., Ltd.. . . . . 354 

Metal Siding. 

Clarence W. Noble 106-107 

A. B. Onnsby Co., Ltd 332-334 

Pediar People, Ltd 04-05 

Oo. \V. Reed & Co., Ltd 343 

WinnipejL[ Celling; and Uoollny Co., Ltd 354 

Metal Studding, 

Canadian Steel Studdinc; lN;^ Mfg. Co Ul 

L. H. GaiKlry & Co., Ltd 236 

Manitoba Gvpsum Co., Ltd inS-llO 

Clarence W. Noble 106-107 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

A. B. Orm^hy Co., Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar Pcoj>lc, Ltd 104-105 

Stct:! ^\: Radiation, Ltd 33D-331 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd. . 34-35^ 

Winnipeg Ceiling ^^^^i Roofing Co., Ltd.. , . . . 354 

Metal Weather Strips, 
tSee ^^'cathc^ Strips.) 

Meters lEIectric). 

Canadian General IClectric Co.; Ltd 230-231 

Meter Boards (Electric), 

Prank Adam Electric Co 234 

Meter Control Panel Boards. 

Frank Adam Jilcctric Co .....,,,, 234 

Mill Machinery. 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Goldie K: McCulloch Co., Ltd 314 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Mining Machinery, 

Canadian Allis-Chalraers, Ltd 315 

Mirrors. 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cushin^ Bros. Co., Ltd ft3 

Hobbs MfK- Co.. Ltd 137 

Toronto Plate Glass Impordng Co., Ltd 13S-139 

Mirrors ('Distorting). 

Toronto Plate Glass TmportinK Co., Ltd t.^S-139 

Mixers (All Kinds). 

Wettlaufer Eros 21 

Modelling (Piaster)- 

Dominion Gypsum Co., Ltd 116 

Hoidge & Sons 101 

W. J. Hynes, Ltd 102 

Wm. N- ONeil Co., Ltd 2-i 

Plastic Relief Mfg, Co , 103 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 11.5 

Thornton-Smith Co 213-222 

Gordon Usborne - 224 

Motors (Electric), 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

National Equipment Co., Ltd 251 

G. FL Tod Company 318-319 

Wettlaufer Bros 21 



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Motor Generators. pagB 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Mouldings iDiawD M^lal). 

Ka^Tieer Mf£. Co., Ltd 192-193 

A. B, Ormsbv Co-, Ltd - 332-334 

Geo, W. Reed & Co,, Ltd .342 

Mouldings iWood), 

Batts, Ltd 79 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Cusbing Bros. Co., Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

Wm, N- O Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

L- H. Peters, Limited, . - - .... 87 

Rhodes-Curry Co.. Ltd ^ 90 

ThoratOD-^mith Co 21S-222 

Mural Decorations. 

Thofnton-Smith Co 21S-222 

GordoQ Usborne. r - - - 224 

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Name Plates ^Brass). 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Cauikdian Allis- Chalmers. Lid 168-160 

Dennis Wire & Iron W orks Co.. Ltd 17:M74 

Hstifv Bros. Conipanv - 1^ 

Hobbs Mft:- Co.. Ltd IS^ 

Robert Alitchell Co., Ltd 17ft-171 

Wm. N. O'Xiril Co.. Ltd 2^ 

Tbomton-Srrith Co - . > 21&-222 

Nozzles (Hose and Sprflr)> 

Canaili^n Fairh;Aii)Ws'Mor?e Co.. Lid 315 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Warden Kui^, Ltd 25S-262 

o 

Office Fanu£h-ng5_ 

Baits, Lir: 79 

Berlin Ii,tt:iDr Hardwood Co.. Ltd . 5»1 

Can.-Jii^ii m^i^LT ^: School Furniture Co,. Ltd. S9 

BiiHou ^- iialowin Mis- Co., LiJ 94 

Cijshin,^ LMOS. Co.. Ltd ^ 

L- H. Peter?. Limited 87 

Kat Pyriaqe Lumber Co,. Ltd 80 

Kliodi.'s-Cu[Ty Co.. Ltd W 

Safe-Cabinot Co 347 

t^lccl Hi^iuipmenC Co.. Ltd 34$ 

Thornion-Smiih Co 215-222 

Oil Coloars, 

International \'amish Co.. Ltd 117-120 

Lo^^e Bros., Ltd . 131 

Pinchin. lohnsoD & Co. \Canada). Ltd, . 127 

SLiirt:cou^. Ltd t 133 

Oil EBgines, 

Canadian A His -Chalmers, Lid 315 

G H- Tod Company 31S-319 

Oil Pumps. 

Canadian Fairhanks^ilorse Co., Lti . 313 

Robert Miichctl Co., Ltd 170-171 

Opaline. 

Hobbs MT^. Co-, Ltd 137 

Opera House Seats- 
Berlin InLtrior Hardwood Co., Lid 91 

Canadian Ofiice & School Furniture Co., Ltd. S9 

Ornamental Iron and Bronze. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Caniidian _\His-Chalrn^^rs, Ltd .... lSS-i6& 

Canadian Cutler Mail Chute Co.. Ltd. . , . , 191 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd , . , 17S-1S6 

Canadian Steel Studding & ilf^. Co .,,,,.. Ill 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Ciiicago Brid^'c & Iron ^^'o^ks 361 

Dennis Wire S; Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works, Ltd... . 1S7 

Doniifllon Ornamental Iron Co,. Ltd 1S9 

Estev Bros. Company 190 

L^ H. Gandry & Co., Ltd 236 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd . 175 

Robdrt Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Wm. X. OXeil Co.. Ltd 2^ 

L. H. Peters, Ltd 87 

SntaJ ^' Co. Iron AVorks, Ltd 167 

Tunibull Elevator Mfg. Co 150 

TutUe^ Baiky Mig. Co. of Canada, Ltd.... 196-19S 

WaiLC'FuUertoo Co„ Ltd 5 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd ISS 

Ornaments (Plastic). 

Plastic Relief >:fg, Co 103 

W, J. Hynes. Limited 102 

Overhead Tracks, Carriers, etc. 

G- H. Tod Company 2IS-219 

Ozonators. 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

p 

Packing (Rubber). 

Canadian H. W. Johns^ManviUe Co-» Ltd . . . 3C4-305 

Painting (Decorative)- 

International A'arnish Co.. Ltd... 117-126 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd >,.,... 131 

Pinchin, Johnson & Co. (Canada)/ Ltd.. V 127 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Thornton -Smith Co 21S.-^22 



Paints. P^^« 

International Varnish Co- Llri ■ \ll'^^^ 

Jas. Lani;ni"ir & Co., Ltd j^2 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd ;\-";"i Jo- 

Pinchin. Johnson S: Co. (Canada). Ltd l^' 

R. 1. W Damp'Resisting Paint Co 130 

Standard Taint Co of Canada, Ltd 135 



Stureeons, Ltd 



13:) 



Paints fAcid-Resisting). 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 



.. 135 



Paint (Asphalt). 

Geo. W. Reed & Co, 



Ltd 



7fi 



Paiats (Aluminium). 

Lowe Bros,, Ltd J3l 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 



Paints rCement), 



Lowe Bros. . Ltd 

SUndard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 



Paints iDamp-proofing). 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd. 



131 
135 



135 



Paints (.Eiterior). 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co . Ltd, . . 56-69 
International Varnish Co., Ltd 117-126 



Lowe Bros.. Ltd . . 

Pinchin, Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd, . 

R,IAV Damp-Resisting Paint Co 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 

Sturgeons, Ltd 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd. 



131 
127 
130 
135 
133 
34-35 



Paints (Floor), 

International Varnish Co., Ltd 117-126 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd 131 

Master Builders" Co -,. 94-95 

Pinchin. Johnson & Co. ^Canada), Lt& 127 

R.l.W. Damp-Resisting Paint Co .- 130 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 135 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Paints I Floor) i Concreted 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd . 131 

Master Builders' Co 94-95 

Pinchin. Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd 3^^! 

Pratt & Latnhert. Inc 134 

R.LW. Damp-Resisting Paint Qq 130 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 135 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 34-35 

Pain(5 'Gold). 

Internationa] Vamish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

Sturgeons. Ltd 133 

• 

Paints -Graphite). 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd 131 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 135 

Paints (InteriofL 

Canadian H. W_ Johns-ManviUe Co., Ltd.... 6S-fi9 

International Varnish Co., Ltd 117-126 

Lowe Bros.p Ltd 131 

Pinc!un, Johnson & Co, (CanadaK Ltd 127 

Sturgeons. Ltd 133 

Paints 'Interior) ^Concrete), 

Low*? Bros,. Ltd 131 

Master Builders" Co 94-95 

Pinchin. Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd 39^1 

Pratt &: Lambert. Inc 134 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd, . 34-35 

Paints \Tron and Steel). 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd , . . . 131 

Pinchin. Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd 117-126 

R.l.W. Damp Resisting Paint Co 130 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada. Ltd 135 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 



Paints lOU and Dry), 

Inlernational Varnish Co., Ltd 

Lowe Bros., Ltd ; , , 

Pinchin, Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd.! . 
Sturgeons, Ltd 



117-126 
131 
127 
133 



Paints iTloofing). 

Bird & Son .,. fi6-e7 

Brantford Roofing Co.. Ltd r»0-61 

Canadian H, W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd/. " . 6S-69 

Canadian Supply &- Contracting Co., Ltd 77 

International Varnish Co., Ltd 117-126 

Lowe Bros.. Ltd [[ \^i 

Pinchin. Johnson S: Co. (Canada), Ltd ! 127 

Roofers" Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

R.l.W. Damp-Resisting Paint Co..- 130 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 7^ 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada, Lld_ ._ ' 135 

Stur^eOnK, Ltd J33 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd! \ 34-35 

Paints (Waterproof), 

Bird & Son 66-67 

Brantford Roofing Co.. Ltd . . [ 60-61 

Samuel Cabot, Inc /..[.. 12S-r'9 

International Varnish Co., Ltd, " n7_l5fi 

Wm, X. O'Ndl Co . Ltd 24 

Pinchin, Johnson &: Co. (Canada), Ltd. 127 

R.LU. Damp-Resisting Paint Co i3o 

Standard Faint Co. of Canada, Ltd 135 

Stmrgeons. Ltd ' ' |^ 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co, of Canada. Ltd!! 34-35 



Panelboards (.Electric), 

Frank .\dam Electric Co , .......'.-. 

Canadian General Electric Co.» Ltd, . , 



PAGB 

234 
230-231 



Papers fBuildine). 

Bird &- Son 66-67 

Canadian H, W. Johns-ManviUe Co.. ttd, .. . 6S-69 

Canadian Supply Sc Contracting Co.. Ltd.. - 77 

Samuel Cabot, Inc 12&-129 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 76 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 5ft-57 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 70-73 

Papers (Sheathing and Insulating). 

Bird & Son 6fr^7 

Canadian SnppK' & Contracting Co., Ltd. . . , 77 

Samuel Cahol, Inc 128-129 

Canadian 11, \\". Johns-ManviUe Co., Ltd.... 350 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 76 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 351 

Union Fibre Co 349 

Papers (Sulphate and Sulphite). 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada, Ltd 70-73 

Papers ^Waterproof Wrapping). 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Parallel Door Equipment. 

Allith Mfg. Co., Ltd 200 

Richards- Wilcox Canadian Co., Ltd 206-207 

Variety Mfg. Co 356-339 

Parquetry* 

Wm- N. ONeil Co., Ltd , 2-^ 

Thornton-Smith Co 21S-222 

Partitions c Metal — Fireproof )_ 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Partitions {Rolling). 

Variety Mfg. Company 356-3S9 

Jas. G- Wilson Mfg. Co , iilA 

Watsoc, Limited 85 

Patent Experiments and Novelties ^Mfg.). 

Canadian Stetl Studding 5i Mfg, Co HI 

Paving Blocks CAmerican^. 

Waite-Fullerlon Co., Ltd 5 

Paving Blocks (Granite). 

Stinson-Reeb Builders" Supply Co. Ltd 115 

Paving Blocks tWelsh), 

Stinson-Reeh Builders' Supply Co., Ltd Uo 

Geo, Carpenter _ . . , 9 

Paving Tile. 

TregiUns Clay Products, Ltd 22 



Paving Tile (Encaustic) 



Geo. Carpenter, 



Pilasters v^ranite). 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 

Pile Driving Machinery, 

Manitoba Brid;:c & Iron \\'ork5. Ltd . . . 



9 



U3 



54 



Pipe (Bending I. 

Conduits Co.. Ltd 226-227 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Pipe <Copper). 

Robert Mitchell Co,, Ltd 170-171 

A. B. Ormsbv Co.. Limited 332-334 

Winnipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Pipe Covering, 

Asbestos Mfg- Co., Ltd 58-59 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Canadian H. \\\ Johns-ManvUle Co.. Ltd 3tM-305 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd 263-279 

Pease Foundrv Co., Ltd 28f>-282 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 253"2&7 

Sturgeons. Ltd 133 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

Union Fibre Co 349 

Pipe (Iron). 

Canadian AUis-Clialmers. Ltd 315 

Canadian Steel Studding Sz Mfg, Co Ill 

Clutl Bros ^ 244-247 

Gurney Foundo' Co., Ltd 2SS-293 

Manitoba Bridget Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Taylor- Forbes Co., Ltd ^4-301 

Warden K.iag, Ltd , _ 1U9 



Pipe (Lap Welded Steel). 
G, H. Tod Company. 



21S-219 



Pipe (Lead). 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd 24S-249 

U arden King. Ltd 199 

Pipe CSewer^ iClay^. 

Dominion Fireproofing Co 50 

L. H. Gaudrv 'J^ Co.. Ltd ] /. ] 236 

Stinson-Rceb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 



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Pipe (Soil) (Iron)- pagb 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd. 313 

CanadiaQ Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd 263-279 

Empire iMfj^. Co. Ltd 248-240 

L. H. Gaudrv & Co.. Ltd 235 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd , , , . . . . 2^42-241 

Steel & Radiation. Ltd 253-257 

Warden King. Ltd 258-262 

Pipe (Soil) (Iron) (Vitrogiaz) (Glass Enamelled), 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg, Co Ill 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

StiiisoD-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Pipe (Tin). 

Ckiff Bros 244-247 

Empire Mfg. Co.. Ltd 248-249 

Geo. W. Reed & Co, . Ltd 76 

Pipe (Wrought Iron), 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd S5 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morc;e Co,, Ltd 313 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mf^. Co lU 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 263-279 

Empire Mfg. Co.. Ltd 248-24'J 

Goldie&McCuUoch Co„ Ltd 314 

Sheldons, Ltd., 307-310 

Steel <^ Radiation . Ltd 253-257 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 2&4-301 

Plaster (All Kinds), 

AlabasCine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

Crown Gypsum Co.» Ltd 114 

Dominion Gypsum Co.» Ltd 116 

Hoidge & Sons 101 

\V. L Hynes. Ltd 102 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd 108-110 

Stiiison-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Plaster Board. 

Crown Gypsum Co., Ltd. , 114 

Dominion Gypsum Co., Ltd 116 

Manitoba GypsLini Co.. Ltd 108-110 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 116 

Plaster (Cement Wall). 

AJabastine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

Plaster Dies (Stamped Metal Work). 

W. J. Hynes. Ltd 101 

Pedlar People, Ltd 104-105 

Plastenng. 

Dominion Gvpsum Co.. Ltd 116 

Hoidge & Sons 101 

W. J. Hynes, Ltd 102 

Plaster Ornaments* 

Dominion Gvpsum Co.. Ltd 116 

HoJdge & Sons 101 

W. J. Hynes, Ltd 102 - 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

Smitli Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Thornton-Smith Co 21S-222 

Gordon Usborne 224 

Plaster (HardwaU). 

Alabastine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

Crown Gypsum Co., Ltd 114 

Domiaiion Gypsum Co.. Ltd 116 

Manitoba Gypsum Co.. Ltd 108-110 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Plastic Asphalt Cement. 

Canadian H. \V. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd. . . 6S-69 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 76 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Trussed Concrete Stee! Co. of Canada, Ltd. , 34-35 

Plastic Ornaments (^Relief, etc.). 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

Plating. 

Clare Bros. & Co., Ltd 302-303 

Dennis Wire & Iron Worlis Co., Ltd 172-174 

Robert MitcheU Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Plumbers' Supplies. 

Canadian H. W, Johns-Manville Co., Ltd, . . 241 

Canadian Steel SCuddinR & Mfg. Co Ill 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bro^ 244-247 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd 248-240 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Wm. N. O'Neii Co., Ltd 2^ 

Smith Marble &: Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Standard Ideal Co,. Ltd 242-243 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

Warden King. Ltd 25S-262 

Plumbers' Supplies (Rubber). 

CJuff Bros 244-247 

Plunge Baths (Enamelled Brick), 

American linameled Brick 5: Tile Co 13-16 

Don Valley Brick Works 6-7 

Waite-Fullcrton Co,, Ltd 5 

Polishing Cloths, 

Ronuk, Limited 136 



Porch Work. paob 

Batts. Ltd 70 

Gushing Bros. Co,, Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd ,. . 92 

L. H. Peters. Ltd 87 

Porch Work (Wood). 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Portraiture (Bronze and Marble) > 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Gordon Usborne 224 

Post Bases. 

Duplex Hanger Co 81 

HobbsMfg. Co.. Ltd 195 

Charles Mulvey Mfg. Co 82 

L. H. Peters, Ltd 87 

Variety Mfg. Co 356-350 

Post Caps. 

Duplex Hanger Co 81 

HobbsMfg. Co., Ltd ,, 195 

Charles Mulvey Mfg. Co 82 

L. H. Peters, Ltd 87 

Taylor-Forbes Co.. Ltd 204-301 

Variety Mfg. Co - . 3o6-35t) 

Pottery (Garden), 

Atlaittic Terra Cotta Co 25 

Geo. Carpenter ^ 

North Western Terra Cotta Co 26-29 

Waite-Fullerton Co., Ltd 5 

Power Houses. 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Goldie & McCtilloch Co.. Ltd 314 

G. H. Tod Company 315-310 

Power Plant Equipment. 

Decarie Incinerator Co 324 

Power Plant Engines. 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd 320-321 

G, H. Tod Company 318-319 

Power Traosmissioa Machinery. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Prisms (Wire Prisms, Prismatic Vault Lights, 
Doors, Sidewalk Lights). 

Arcliitectural Hronz^ aud Iron Work?; of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 16S-I69 

Canadian Steel Studdin;^ & Mfg. Co Ill 

Dominion Arcliitectural Iron Works. Ltd .... 187 

L. H. Gaiidry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Hobbs Mfg. Co., Ltd 137 

Luxfer Prism Co.. Ltd 140 

Manitoba Bridge 5c Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Wm. N. O'Neii Co., Ltd ^4 

Prison Cells (Doors and Locks). 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Canadian Ornainental tron Co.. Ltd l7fi-lS6 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co.. f-td 172-174 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 230 

GoMie & McCnlloch Co.. Ltd 343 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Wm. N. O'Neii Co., Ltd 2-4 

J. & J. Taylor. Ltd - . 344 

John Watson & Son of iMonlreal, Ltd ISS 

Pulleys (Wood, Split Rim, Tron and Friction^. 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co\, Ltd 313 

Goldie &: I^icCuUoch Co.. Ltd 314 

iohn IngUsCo.. Ltd 320-321 

lanitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Sheldons, Ltd 307-310 

Pumps (Air), 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

National Equipment Co.. Ltd. 251 

Poison Iron \A^ork-s, Ltd 31S-319 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

Wettlaufer Bros 21 

Pumps (Gasoline* Oil and Water), 

National Equipmtnt Co.. Ltd 251 

Jas- Smart Mfg. Co.. Ltd 30IJ 

Wettlaufer Bros 21 . 

Pumps (Steam). 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 3l5 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.. Ltd 313 

Goldie & McCuiloch Co.. Ltd 314 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 330-321 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

Wettlaufer Bros , 21 

Pumps (Turbine)- 

Canadian Allis-Chalnaers, Ltd 315 

Pump Valves (Rubber). 

Canadian H. W, Johns-Manville Co,, Ltd.... 304-305 

Purifiers. 

Manitoba Bridge &: Iron Works. Ltd 54 

R 

Radiators. 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co., Ltd 311 

Clare Bros. & Co.. Ltd 302-303 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd 263-279 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd 248-249 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd 283-293 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 253-257 

Taylor^ForLes Co.. Ltd : 294-301 

Warden King. Ltd 25S-2<33 



Radiator Valves. pagb 

Canadian Fair banks- Morse Co,. Ltd 313 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd 263-279 

Empire Mfg. Co.. Ltd 24S-249 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd 283-293 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co 325 

Kerr Engine Company, Ltd 312 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 253-257 

Tavlor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

Warden Kinii. Ltd 253-262 

Railings (Wrought Iron. Brass or Bronze). 
(See Ornamental Iron and Bronze.) 

RaUway Car Fittings. 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Charles Mulvey Mfg. Co 82 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Railway Car Roofing- 

(See Roofing — Railway Car.) 

Railway Cab Roofing. 

(See Roofing — Railway Cabs.) 

Railway Overhead Material. 

Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd 230-231 

Railway Lane Material. 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Range Closets and TJrinals, 

Geo. Carpenter ! 9 

ClufF Bros 244-247 

Empire Mfg. Co.. Ltd 248-249 

Wtn. N. O'Neii Co., Ltd 2^ 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Warden King, Ltd 258-262 

Range Closets and Urinals [Porcelain Enamelled), 

Geo. Carpenter - > ^ ■ 9 

Cluff Bros f 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Ranges (Coal, Wood or Gas), 

Clare Bros. & Co.. Ltd 302-303 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd 212-215 

McClary Mfg. Co - 2ia-211 

Jas- Smart Mfg. Co.. Ltd 30fi 

Wrouglit Iron Range Co 216 

Ranges (Hotel). 

Gurney Foundrv Co,. Ltd 212-21o 

McClary Mfg. Co -'-^ ■ 210-211 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 306 

Wrought Iron Range Co 216 

Receptors ^Porcelain Enamelled), 

ClulT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Rectifiers (Electric). 

Canadian General Electric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Red Lead. 

(See Lead.) 

Reflectors- 

(See Lighting Fixtures.) 

Refrigerating Machinery. 

Canadian H- W- Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.... 350 

Refrigerators. 

MeClary Mfg. Co 210-211 

Registers (Warm Air and Ventilating). ' 

Clare Bros. & Co.. Ltd 302-303 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works. Ltd, . 187 

McClarviVlft^ Co ll^'lll 

Pease Foundry Co.. Ltd 2SO-2S2 

Geo. W. Reed l^ Co., Ltd 76 

Jas. SmarL Mfg. Co., Ltd 30fJ 

Tiittle it Bailey Mfg. Co. of Canada. Ltd... . 19G-19S 

Regulators (Electric). 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Regulators (Heat), 

Canadian Powers Rcgidator Co.. Ltd 336-32/ 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co.. Ltd 311 

Honeywell Healing Specialty Co 32r5 

Minneaijoiis lieat Rej^ulator Co 32S 

Rheostats. 

Canadian General El<:^ctric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Reinforced Concrete. 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Church. Ross &: Co 32-33 

Clarence W. Noble 37 

Win. N, O'Neii Co.. Ltd., 2-4 

Pedlar People, Ltd 36 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 253-257 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd. .... 115 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd. . 34-35 

C. A. P. Turner ^^- ^ 38 

Reinforced Concrete Floors. 

Church, Ross & Co 32-33 

National Flreproofing Co. of Canada. Ltd,, , . 48-49 

Clarence W. Noble 37 

Wm. N, ONeil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Pedlar People, Ltd 3fi 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 253-257 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 34-35 

C, A, P. Turner 38 



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Relief Decorations. 

Hoidge & Sons iq2 

W.J. Hynts, Ud ^ - ' 2-4 

Win, N. ONdl Co., Ltd * * 

Plastic Relief Mfg- Co 9^Ln2 

Thomton-Smith Co |^^ ^''^ 

Gordon Usbornc 

Relief Plaster. 

Dominion Gypsum Co.. Ltd - ■ - ■ 

Hoidge & Sons I«„ 

W.J. Hyiits„ Ltd *"!. 

Wm. N, O'Ndl Co,. Lid -." 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co '^2 9?-? 

Thoraton-Smilh Co 224 

Gordon Usborne 

Revolving Doors. 

Berlin Inlerior Hardwood Co ^ 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd ^^* 

Rock Crushers. 

Wtttlauftr Bros ^^ 

Rolliag Doors and Shutters. 

Kiiinear Mf^. Co ■■- ^^^-353 

A- B. Ormsby Co., Ltd «r «q 

Variety Mfg. Co, ... ^ 35fi-359 

Ja5- G. Wilson Mfg. Co ^^ 

Rolling Partitions- 

Variety Mftc- t-o .^ 

Wation, Ltd 55 

Ja5. G. Wilson Mfg. Co °^ 

Roofing ^'Asbestos Corrugated). 

Asbvitos Mfg. Co.. Ltd ;;- ^'- v; ■■' nw'ftn 

C'.n^idian 11. W, Tohns-Manville Co. Ltd.. . . 68-69 

:\. Ji. Oniiiby Co.. Ltd '^ 

Roofng fBuiU-up» Reinforcedj. 

Jiirdf^-Son M 

nramford RoofinicCo.. Ltd «f7i 

Roof-rs^ Supply Co.. Ltd ........ < 5 "1' 

Maiidarti I'^inl Co of Canada. Ltd m *j^ 

Roofing (Gramtrred). 

S^^iTuUnl Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd ''^-^^ 

Roofing 'Coloiif-lmpfegnated)- 

Sundar.) P^inl Co. of Catiiida, Ltd.. 70-73 

Roofing Material. 

Hird\-S..n 66-67 

[irantforcl Roofini,' Co.. Ltd \ '-.■ ' " ' If^l 

CanadiuTi II. W. Johns-Manvilk Lu.. Ltd.... &b-o1* 

Canadian ti^ipply i^^ ConLraclin^' Co.. Ltd 77 

C.eo. Carpi nter ^ 

Cu^niii:: Bros. Co. Ltd ^^ 

Ludowici-Ctladoai Co Q£-i}.i 

Wm. N. O'Keil Co^. Ltd 2-4 

A. B- Orinsbv Co,, Ltd 75 

Pc'^ilar I'ct»ple. Ltd *^^-n5 

Geo W. UL^cd & Co.. Ltd 7« 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

St:indar:I Paint Co, of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Wail<--Hullerion Co.. Lid 5 

Winnip^K Ceilinij and Roofing; Co., Ltd 354 

Roofing (Railway Cab)- 

Hird K: Son ^>6-*J7 

liranlford Rtjornig Co.. Ltd O0-(il 

RoofLT-s' Supply Co., Ltd 50-57 

Staudard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Roofing 'Railway Carj. 

Bird & Son «fi-67 

Br;intford Roofing Co., Ltd fiO-fil 

Roofers' Supply Co,. Lid , . 5&-57 

Slandanl Painl Co. of Canada, Ltd 70-73 

Roofing f Slate). 

Gt'O, Carpenter 9 

Wm. K. O'Keil Co., Ltd 2-i 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd ; 75 

Geo. W. Reed & Co-, Ltd 76 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

SmJtb i^larbleand Construction Co., Ltd..., 143 

Wake- iMiUer ton Co,. Ltd 5 

AViunipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Roofing Tiles. 

Geo. Carpenter 

Lvidowici-Celadon Co 62-63 

Geo. W. Reed& Co.. Ltd. .- 76 

Roofers' Supply Co.. Ltd 5G-S7 

Roofs f Ready), 

Asbestos Mfg. Co.. Ltd 58-59 

Bird tk Son 66-67 

Brantford Roofing Co., Ltd 60-61 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manvillc Co.. Ltd . . 68-69 

Canadian Supply & Contraclinp Co., Ltd ... 77 

Wm, N. O'Neil Co,. Ltd 2-4 

A- B- Ormsbv Co.. Ltd 75 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 7G 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 7(>-73 

Rugs. 

Thorn Ion-Smith Co 218-222 

s 

Safes ^Bankers')', 

J^ominion Safe and Vault Co . Ltd 34S 

Goldic ik McCulloch Co.. Ltd 343 

Sttfe-Cabinfrt Co 347 

J. & J. Tiiylor. Ltd 344 

Winnipeg Safe Works 346 



XX 



_ t, FAGS 

Safes (Fireproof)- 

Dominion Safe and Vault Co^^ Ltd ^« 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd ^^^ 

Safe-Cabinet Co. . . . - ■ ■ ■ g^g 

Steel Equipment Co.. Ltd ..^^ 

T. & J. Taylor, Ltd 3. g 

"Winnipeg Safe Works ■ ■ ■ ' 

Safes (-Wall), 

Saie-Cabinet Co ■ g-g 

Winnipeg Safe Works 

Safety Deposit Vaults and Boxes. 

Dominion Safe and Vault Co Ltd -^^^ 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd ^^^ 

Win. N- O'Keil Co., Ltd. • ,p 

J. & J. Taylor, Ltd ^T* 

Winnipeg Safe Works 

Sand. 

National Builders' Supply & Enamel Concrete 

Urick Co,, ^.td. ...... ^ -■-- ■■-■ [' 

Stinson-Rceb Builders" Supply Co., Ltd ^^ 

Sand and GraveL 

Stinson-Reeb Builders" Supply Co., Ltd U5 

Sanitary Engineers. 

Warden King, Ltd ^^^ 

Sanitary Flooring. 

Canadian Pyrofugont Flooring Co., Ltd »* 

Sash (Steel). 

L. H- Gaudry & Co., Ltd 2J6 

A, B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd.. ^?n ^-^1 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd. .......... ^^ '^^^^^ 

Stinson^Rceb Builders Suppl>^ Co., Ltd ■ 11^ 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd. . J^3 

Gto- Wraggc, Ltd 64.0-66t 

Sash (Wood). 

Batts. Ltd ■ ■ . ■ II 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd fo 

Cushinj; Bros. Co., Ltd »^ 

KiiightBros. Co.. Ltd ^^ 

L- li- Peters, Ltd ^' 

Rat portage Lumber Co-, Ltd gu 

Rhodes-Curry Co.. Limited ^^ 

Sash Operating Devices. 

Dearborn Hardware Mfg. Co ■ ^ 

L. H, Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Lord & Burnbam Co., Ltd ^°°T^ 

Wm. N. O^Neil Co., Ltd .oo^^i 

A. B. Ormsljy Co.. Ltd 3ri3-J^4 

Scales (Automatic)- 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd 6lA 

School Furniture. 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd 01 

Burton & Bald^rin Mfg. Co., Ltd ^ tf4 

Canadian Office and School J^urniture Co., Ltd . 8tf 

Kniiiht Bros, Co.. Ltd 92 

Rhodes-Curry Co.. Ltd J^ 

Jas- Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd -iOO 

Screen !Door Paper, 

Standiird Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Screens iFly). 

Wm. Peace Co., Ltd S4 

, L, H. Peters, Ltd ^7 

Watson. Ltd f^ 

Window Strip & Supply Co., Ltd. 84 

Screens fSand, Gravel and Ore). 

Wetllaufer Bros 21 

Screens (Window and Verandah). 

Cushtng Bros. Co.. Ltd 93 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Wm, Peace Co., Ltd 84 

L. H. Peters. Ltd S7 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Rhodes-Ciarry Co,, Ltd 90 

Watson. Ltd 85 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd 188 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 85 

Window Suip & Supply Co., Ltd 84 

Search Lights. 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Seats (Garden^ 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Jas. Smart Mfg^. Co., Ltd 306 

Waite-Fullerton Co,. Ltd 5 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd 188 

Seats (Toilet)- 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Man ville Co., Ltd.... 241 

Seating. 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd 91 

Burton &: Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 94 

Canadian ORice & School Furniture Co 89 

Gushing Bros. Co., Ltd., - 93 

Knight Bros. Co.. Ltd 92 

Rhodes-Curo' Co.. Ltd 90 

Separators <Du5t). 

Geo W. Reed & Co., Ltd... 76 

Shcldons, Ltd 3O7-310 



Separators (Steam). ^^^^ 

John Brennan & Co A' ' ' ; ' U Ht"^^^ 

Canadian Fairbanks-Mofse Co., Ltd ^in ^01 

John Inglis Co,, Ltd. . . . . - . . ^- •^^■- 320-d^l 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd 5* 

Sheldons, Ltd ; ■ ■ ■ 307-^H> 

Services (Water). 

(See Water Service System) 

Set Hoists. . 

Gillis & Geoghegan liti-l*tf 

Sewer Pipe Moulds (ConcreteJ. 

Wettlaufyr Eros ■ ^1 

Sha.des (Electric). 

(See Lighting Fixtures.) - 

Shafting, 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd 314 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd - ■ ■-■• 320-321 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works. Ltd 54 

PolsOQ Iron Works. Ltd llt^Vil 

Sheldons, Ltd ^07-310 

Sheatlimg (Quilt). 

Samuel Cabot, Inc \ll'^^^ 

Union Fibre Co - ^^^ 

Sheathing Felt (Odorless, Waterproof)- 

Bird&Son ^-f. 

Brantford Roofing Co.. Ltd 60-bl 

Roofers'Supply Co., Ltd... 5b-57 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd d5i 

Sheet Iron Work, 

John Brennaa& Co. --.....-.--- iv^iIr 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd jIS 1^^ 

Definis Wire and Iron Works Co., Ltd 1 '-i'i '* 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd Si^ om ' 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 320-321 

A. C. LesHe&Co., Ltd ■■ 71 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd ..-,... 54 

Charles Mulvey Mfg. Co 8^ 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd.... ^^65 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd ^In 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 70 

Roofers" Supply Co., Ltd ^^7! n 

Sheldons, Ltd 307-310 

Variety Mfg. Co ■ 11^'^^ 

Winnipeg Celling and Roofing Co., Ltd J54 

Sheet Metal. 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co. . HI 

AC. Leslie & Co., Ltd ■■■ 74 

McClary Mfg. Co ^l^l 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd 5!" 

Geo. W. Reed & Co.. Ltd 7ft 

, Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 50-d7 

Sheldons. Ltd ^ ' ' V -, Ill 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co.. Ltd J&4 

Shelving (Steel), 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Snead & Co. Iron Works, Ltd Ifa ^^^ 

Variety Mfg. Co 356-359 

Shingle Stains. 

Samuel Cabot, Inc \ll''^^^ 

Jas. Langrauir & Co.* Ltd - 132 

Lowe Bros., Ltd ■ l^J 

^ Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

' Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Shingles (Asbestos Cement). 

Asbestos Mfg Co.. Ltd 58-59 

Canadian H, W. Johns-Manvillc Co.. Ltd. . . 68-69 

Shingles (Self Colored). 

The Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 70-73 

Shingles (Steel)- 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg- Co HI 

Wm. N. O'N^eil Co.. Ltd 2^ 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd.^ ^"^5 

Shingles (Wood). 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd 78 

Cushing Bros. Co.. Ltd ^3 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

L. H. Peters, Ltd ■ 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Rhodes Curry Co., Ltd 90 

Shovels (Steam). % 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 54 

Shower Baths. 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bros ' 244-247 

EmpireMfg, Co., Ltd 248-249 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Standard Ideal Co,, Ltd 242-243 

Warden King, Ltd 25&-262 

Shower Bath Curtains. 

CluflBros -. 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 



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Shutters (Fireproof) (Rolling). page 

Kinnear Mfg. Co 352-353 

Jas. G, Wilson Mfg. Co , 360 

Variety Mfg. Co 356-359 

Shutters (Iron), 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian AlUs-Chalmers, Ltd 16S-169 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co,, Ltd 170-186 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Dominion OrnaTnetital Iron Co., Ltd 189 

L. H. Gaudry & Co. Ltd 236 

Kinnear Mf^. Co 352-353 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 355 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-65 

Steel & Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Variety Mfg. Co 350-350 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 360 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd ISS 

Shutters (Rolling, Steel). 

Kinnear Mfg_ Co 352-353 

Jas. G. M^ilaon Mfg. Co 360 

Varit!ty Mfg. Co 356-359 

Sideblocks. 

(See Telephone Construction Materials.) 

Sidewalk Lights, 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers< Ltd 16S-163 

Canadian Steel Studdin^c tk Mfg. Co Ill 

L- H. Gaudry & Co,, Ltd 236 

Luxfor Prism Co., Ltd 140 

HobbsMfg. Co., Ltd 195 

Jefferson Glass Co,, Ltd 235 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Work^, Ltd 54 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 188 

Signs (Brass or Bronze], 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian A.lliii-Chalniers, Ltd 16S-169 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 17G-1S6 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Dennis Wire & Iron W^orks Co., Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 1S9 

Estcy Bros. Compnny . . 100 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Wm. N, O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Thoniton-Smith Co 218-222 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 18S 

Sinks, 

ClafT Eros 244-247 

McClary Mfg. Co 210-211 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Warden King, Ltd 199 

Sinks (Porcelain Enamelled). 

Geo, Carpenter 250 

ClufT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Sink Drain Boards fPorcelain Enamelled). 

Geo, Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bros 244-217 

Standard Ideal Co,, Ltd 242-243 

Sink Drain Boards (Wood). 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

L. H. Peters. Ltd 87 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Sink Mats (Wire). 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Sink Mats (Wood). 

Cluff Rros 244-247 

L- H. PL'ter^. Ltd , S7 

Standard Ideal Co,, Ltd 242-243 

Sink Traps. 

CIufT Eros 244-247 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Warden King. Ltd 199 

Sink Traps fPorcelain Enamelled). 

ClulT Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Lid 115 

Skylights. 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Worlcs of 

Canadian AUis^Chalmers, Ltd 1138-169 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-&5 

L- H. Peters, Ltd 87 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 76 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

Winnipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Slate (Blackboards), 

(See Blackboards— Slate,) 

Slate (Roofing). 

(See Roofing— Slate.) 

Slate (Stair Treads 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Roofers' Supply Co.. Ltd 56-57 

Smith Marble & Construction Co., Ltd 143 



Slop Hoppers. page 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Empire Mfg, Co.. Ltd 248-249 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 306 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Warden King, Ltd 169 

Slop Hoppers (Porcelain Enamelled). 

Ck:lT Bros 244-247 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Soil Pipe and Fittings. 

Canadian l-^airbanks-IVIorse Co., Ltd 313 

Canadian H. W. lohnS-Manviiie Co., Ltd , . . 3D4-305 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

ClufT Bros 244-247 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 263-270 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd 248-249 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Standard kkal Co., Ltd 342-243 

Stecjl & Radiation, Ltd 253-257 

Warden King, Ltd 199 

Soil Pipe and Fittings (Vitroglaz) (Glass Enamelled). 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd : 242-243 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Sound Deadeners. 

Samuel Cabot, Iiic 128-120 

Canadian il. \V. Jolins-Manville Co., Ltd . . , 350 

Union Fibre Co 349 

Sound Deadening Felt. 

Bird ik Son 66-07 

Canadian H. W. Tohns-Manville Co.. Ltd. . . 350 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 351 

Unton Fibre Co 34D 

Stable Fittings. 

Geo, Carpenter 250 

Dennis Wirt? & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

L. I-l. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Manitoba Bridge dz Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd , 2-4 

Jas- Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 306 

Warden King. Ltd 199 

John Watson & Son of >Iontreal. Ltd 188 

Staff (Plaster Decorations and Mouldings), 

Crown Gypsum Cd Ltd 114 

Hoidge & Sons 101 

W. J. Hynes,-Ltd 102 

Knight jiro^. & Co.. Ltd 02 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Plastic Relief M fg. Co , , . , 103 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Gordon Usborne 224 

Stained Glass. 

(See Glass^Leaded and Stained). 

Stains (Oil and Creosote). 

Lowe Bros,, Ltd 131 

Pratt & Lamb^^rt, Inc 134 

Sturgeons. Ltd 133 

Stains (Shingle). 

Samuel Cahot, Inc , _ . 12S-)29 

International \"arnish Co., Ltd 117-126 

Jas_ Langmuir &; Co., Ltd 132 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 131 

Pinchin, Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd . , 127 

Sturgeons, Ltd , , 133 

Stains (Waterproof Brick and Cement)- 

Samuel Cabot. Inc 128-129 

Master Builders' Co 04-05 

Pinchin. Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd 30-41 

R.I.W. Damp-Resisting Paint Co 130 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada, Ltd 135 

Sturgeons. Ltd 133 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd, . 34-35 

Stains (Wood), 

Samuel Cabot, Inc. .^: ". 12S-129 

International Varnish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

Jas, Langmuir & Co,, Ltd 132 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 131 

Pinchin-Johnson ^ Co. (Canada). Ltd 127 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 134 

Ronuk, Ltd 136 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Stairs (Cast Iron, Steel and Bronze). 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd HiS-lfiO 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 176-1S6 

Chicago Bridge c^ Iron Works 361 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Architectural Iron Co., Ltd 187 

Dominion Ornamental Jroo Co., Ltd 189 

Estey Bros. Co 190 

L. n. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 23G 

Manitoba Bridge ^K; Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Snead & Co. Iron Works, Ltd 167 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Ltd 188 

Stair Nosings (Brass). 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co-, Ltd 180 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Window Strip &. Supply Co., Ltd §4 

Stair Treads (Brass). 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd ISO 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Window Strip & Supply Co.. Ltd 84 



Stair Treads (Composition). pagg 

Canadian Pyrofugont Flooring Co.. Ltd 05 

Geo. Carpenter y 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Master Builders* Co 94-95 

Window Strip & Supply Co.. Ltd 84 

Stair Treads (Marble). 

L- H, Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Hoidge Marble Co., Ltd 141 

MIssisquoi Marbks, Ltd 144-147 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Stair Treads (Slate), 

L.H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Wm, N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Roofers' Supply Co,, Ltd 56-57 

Smith Marble & Construction Co., Ltd 143 

Standard Lamps. 
(See Lamps.) 

Statuary. 

Gordon T'sborni? , 224 

Statuary (Bronze), 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Steamboat Supplies. 

Canadian Fairh:inks- Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Rob^^rt Mitchell Co., Ltd 17i>-171 

Steamboat Supplies (Porcelain Enamelled WareK 

Geo. Carpenter 251) 

Chiff Bros 244-247 

Kobert Mitcht-ll Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Steam Condensers. 

Canadian Allis-Chahncrs. Ltd 315 

Steam Fittings. 

Canadian Allis-Chalint-rs. Ltd. . 315 

Canadian Fairljajiks-ISIorsc Co,, Ltd 313 

ClutT liros ; . 244-247 

Dominion Hadialor Co., Ltd 263-2711 

Empire Mfg. ^o.. Ltd 248-341) 

Gurney I-^'oundry Co.. Lid 2iS3'2^»3 

Pease I'ouudrv Co., Ltd , . 280-282 

Shcldons, Ltd 307-330 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 253-257 

Warden King, Ltd , 25S-2G2 

Steam Packing- 
Canadian H. W. Johns-Manvillc Co,, Ltd.. , . 304-305 

Steam Pressure Boilers. 

Gnrney Foundry Co., Ltd 212^215 

McClary Mfj;. Co , 210-211 

Wrought Iron Range Co.. , , , . 21G 

Steam Shovels. 

Canadian Allis-Chalnicrs. Ltd 315 

Steam Turbines. 

Canadian Allis-ChalnRT>. Lid .315 

Steel Furniture. 

Safe-Cabinet Co , , . . 347 

Steel Channel Corner Bead. 

Canadian Stcti Studding; & Mfs^ Co Ill 

Steel Grilles (.Polished), 

Estey Bros. Company , 100 

Steel Rods, Beams and Shapes. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmcrs, Ltd ,5h5 

Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd . , 52 

Canadian Steel Studding S; Mfg. Co Ill 

Chicago Bridf^e &- Iron Work s „ . . , 301 

Dennis Wire aud Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Brid^^c Co., Ltd 51 

Eastern Canada Steel and Iron Works. Ltd. . 53 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 23fi 

A. C. Leslie & Co., Ltd 74 

Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Charles MulvL-y Mfg, Co S2 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 330-331 

Steel Rolling Doors and Shutters. 

Kinnear Mi^. Co. 352-353 

A. B. Ormsbv Co.. Ltd 355 

Variety Mfg. Co 350-350 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 360 

Steel Shavings. 

Ronuk, Ltd , . 13G 

Steel Wool. 

Ronuk, Ltd 136 

Stokers (Mechanical). 

C', H. Tod Co 218-219 

Stone (All KindsL 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Stone (Artificial). 

Geo. Carpenter c) 

■ Church, Ross & Co 32-33 

Roman Stone Co.. Ltd 24 

Stinson-Rceb Builders' Supply Co,, Ltd 115 



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Stone (Crushed and Rubbled- 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd .,.-,-. '^ 

StinsonRetb Builders' Suppiy Lo., Lla i lO 

Stone Crushers- 
Canadian AlU&-Clialmers, Ltd 315 



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Stone (Sand, Ohio^- 
Ohio Quarries Co 



23 



Stone ^General BuUding Purposes). 

Olilo Quarries Co 23 

Storage Batteries. 

Caoadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Store Display Fixtures- 
Berlin rmerior Hardwood Co. . Ltd . 91 

Canadian Office & School Furniture Co.. Ltd, S9 

Dennis Wire S: Iron \A"orks Co., Ltd U if 

Robert Mitchell Co,. Ltd ii^o'i 

Richards-WUcox Can, Co., Lid 206-207 



Store Fittings. 

Berlin Inierior Hardsvood Co.. Ltd 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg- Co.. Ltd. . . 

Canadian Office & School FumUure Co., Hd. 

Cashing Bros. Co., Ltd 

Knipht Bros. Co-.Ltd 



93 

92 



Robert MHcheU Co.. Ltd ^19.'^'*^ 



L. H, Fettrs. Ltd 
Khode5-CuET>' Co., Led. 



87 
90 



Thornton-Smith Co...- - 218-225 

Store Fronts iMetalJ. 

Aj-chitecturaL Bronze and Iron \Vorlc5 of 

Canttdian AUis- Chalmers, Ltd lGS-169 

Canadian Omamtntal Iron Co.. Ltd _ . . 176'1S6 

D^mni^ Wire & Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-1^4 

Ea&v^et Store FroDt Construction Co . . . ■ l^i 

HoUUsMfg.Co.. Ltd - ->- 1^5 

Kav^neer Mfg. Co-. Ltd 11)2-103 

Rol-tcrt Mitchell Co„ Ltd LO-M 

Will. X. L^'Xeil Co., Ltd 2-i 

A. H. Ormsbv Co., Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People. Ltd S*-^^ 

S[ii?aJ & Co, Iron Works. Ltd.. . , 167 

Winnipei^ Ceiling and Roofing Co.. Ltd 354 

Store Fronts iWood)- 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd SO 



Stores. 

Canadian Rector Gas Heatiog Co.. Ltd 311 

Clare Bros. & Ca. Ltd -. 302-303 

Gumey Foandrv Co.. Ltd 212-215 

McClarv Mfg, Co 210-211 

Ta.v Smart Mfe. Co.. Ltd. ... :iCia 



Wrought Iron Ran^^e Co. 



216 



Stoves iLaundry). 

Carney Foundry Co.. Ltd 212-215 

Street Car Fittings. 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd ITO-iri 

Street Fixtures- 

^See Standard Lamps.) 

Structural Steel. 

Canadian Bridge Co., Lid 52 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co ill 

Charles Mulvey Mfg. Co 82 

Chicago Bridge S: Iron Works. ........... 36i 

Doniinion Bridge Co.. Ltd 51 

Eastern Canada Steel & Jron "^"ort;?, Ltd. , . , 53 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Manitoba Bridge 5: Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Wm. X. O^Xeii Co., Ltd 2-4 

PoUon iron Works. Ltd. . 316-317 

G. H, Tod Company 318-319 

Stucco cAsbestos). 

Canadian H, \V. Jolins-Manville Co.. Ltd 113 

Studding i^Gypsinvte), 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd lOS-110 



Studding cMetal). 

Canadian Steel Studding &: Mfg. Co Ill 

\Ianiiotja Gypsum Co., Ltd. lO^-IIO 

Clarence W. Noble 106-107 

Wm. N. O'XeilCo., Ltd J^ 

A. B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People, Ltd , 104-105 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 330-331 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd , . 34-35 

W'innipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co.. Ltd 354 

Switchboards (Electric, Power and Light), 

Frank -\dam Electric Co . , 234 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Man\TlIe Co.. Ltd 232 

Canadi^in General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Switches (Electric). 

Frank Adana Electric Co 234 

Canadian H, W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd.. . . 232 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 23n-'"'3l 

G. H. Tod Co , : ; ; 3is4l9 

Switches iKnife— Electric), 

Frank Adam Electric Co ^ 354 

Syphon Closets, 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd.. 241 

Geo. Carpenter 950 

ClulT Bros ] 544-*>47 

Empire Mfg. Co,. Ltd ,,.,/....[. ^4S-249 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd. , ■ ■ ■ - oij.^i^ 

Warden King, Ltd - -WWW'.'.'.Wl 25S-262 



Syphon Closets {Porcelain Enamelled). 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd. 

Geo. Carpenter 

ClufT Bros 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd... 



241 
250 

244-247 
242-243 



T 



Tftnk Trestles- 
Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd. 
Chicago Bridge &. Iron Works 

Tanks OFire Extinguisher) _ 

John Inglis Co., Ltd - 



Tanks (Sleelj, 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd. . 
Canadian Steel Studding Sc Mfg Co 

Chicago Bridge Sl Iron Works 

Cluff Bros 

John Brennan & Co 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd. , 
Goldie 8; McCulloch Co.. Ltd 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd. 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Hd 

National Equiproent Co.. Ltd 

•Poison Iron Works. Ltd. ..... 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 

Rhodes Currj' Co.. Ltd 

G, H. Tod Company 

Vi'arden King, Ltd 



Tanks fGalvanized Iron). 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co. . . 

Cluff Bros 

A. B. Ormsbv Co., Ltd 

Geo. W. Reed & Co,, Ltd 

Winnipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co.. Ltd.. 



Tanks (Gasoline, Oil, Pressure and Storage) 

John Brennan & Co 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd 

National Equipment Co., Ltd 

Geo. W. Reed&i Co., Ltd 



55 
361 



22l^221 



55 
111 
361 

244-247 
322-323 
263-279 
314 
320-321 

54 
251 

316-317 
342 

90 
318-319 
2oS-262 



111 

244-247 

332-334 

342 

364 



322-323 
361 
54 
251 
342 



Tuiks i^Porcelam £aanielledj< 

Cluff Bros 244-^247 

Geo. Carpencer 250 

Gume3- Foundry Co., Ltd -. 2S3-2f»3 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Tank Heaters. 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co., Ltd 311 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 263-279 

Goldie & McCuUoch Co., Ltd ! . - 314 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd 54 

Pease Foundrv Co., Ltd 280-282 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd 318-319 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd 253-257 

Tank Regulators. 

Canadian Poivers Regulator Co.. Ltd 326-327 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co 325 

Minneapolis Heat Regulator Co 328 

Tank Trestles- 
Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd 52 

Chicago Bridge S: iron Wor. !^ . 361 

Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd 51 

Eastern Canada Steel & Iron Works. Ltd., . 53 

John Inglis Co., Ltd 320-321 

Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Tape (Insulating^. 

(See Insulating Tape.) 

Tar and Gravel Roofing. 

Canadian Supply 5c Contracting Co., Ltd 72 

A. B. Ormsbv Co., Ltd 75 

Geo. W, Reed 5: Co.. Ltd , 76 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

Winnipeg Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd 354 



Telephones. 

Canadian Independent Telephone Co, 



Telephone Booths. 

Berlin Interior Hardn-ood Co.. Ltd 
Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd... 
Canadian Office S; School Furniture Co.. Ltd. 

Gushing Bros. Co., Ltd._ 

Knight Bros. Co_, Ltd 

L- H. Peters. Ltd '////_ 

Telephone Construction Materials. 

Canadian Independent Telephone Co 

Temperature Regulation. 

Canadian Pott'ers Regulator Co-. Ltd,.. . 
Canadian Recior Gas Heating Co., Ltd.," '. " 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co 

Minneapolis Heat Regulator Co/. ... . . '! '. 

Terra Gotta CArchitectural), 

Atlantic Tesra Cotta Co 



Geo. Carpenter. 

Federal Terra Cotta Co. ...].[ 

New York Architectural Terra Cotla Co 
Northwestern Terra Cotta Co 

Wm, X. ONeil Co.. Ltd, 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co Ltd 
Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co' Ltd 
ft aite-FuUerton Co.. Ltd. , , 



237 



91 
94 

S9 
93 
92 
87 

237 



326-327 
311 
325 
32S 



25 

9 

31 

30 

26-29 

2^ 
115 
13S-139 

5 



Terra Cotta (Fireproofing) . 

Dominion Fireproofing Co. . . 

Don Valley Brick Works 

National Fireproofing Co. of Canada, Ltd, 
Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd- . 
Waitc-FullertoQ Co-, Ltd 

Terra Cotta (Stmctural)- 

Atlantic Terra Cotta Co . , 

Geo. Carpenter 

Federal Terra Cotta Co. . 

New York Architectural Terra Cotta Co.. 

Korth-Western Terra Cotta Co 

Wm. N, O'Neil Co., Ltd 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd.. 
Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co,, Ltd. 
Waile-Fullerton Co., Ltd 



Terra Cotta Tile- 

Geo, Carpenter 

Ludowici-Celadon Co . 
Roofers' Supply Co,, Ltd. 
Waite-FuUerton Co.. Ltd. 



PAGJS 

50 

46-47 
48-49 
115 
5 



25 

9 

31 

30 

26-29 
2-^ 
tI5 

13S-139 
5 



9 

62-63 
36-57 
5 



Thermostats, 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd 326-327 

Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co,. Ltd 311 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Gumey Foutidry Co.. Ltd 2S3-2y3 

Honeywell Heating Specialty Co . 325 

Minneapolis Heat Regulator Co. ... . 328 

TUe (AH Kinds). 

Geo. Carpenter .....,._.._ 9 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd-. .236 

Ludowici-Celadon Co 62-$3 

Luxfer Prism Co.. Ltd 140 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd ... 144-147 

Wm. N. OXeil Co.. Ltd 2^ 

Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd 56-57 

Smith Marble &: Construction Co., Ltd.. .... 143 

Stinson-Reeb Builders" Supply Co.. Ltd. 115 

Tregillus Clay Products, Ltd 22 

Waite-FulLerton Co., Ltd 5 

Tile fClay Partition). 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Dominion Fireprooring Co 50 

Waite-Fullerton Co., Ltd 5 



Tile (Encaustic, Paving) - 
Geo. Carpenter 



9 



Tile (Fireproofing). 

Alabastine Co,. Paris, Ltd 112 

Crown Gypsum Co.. Ltd , 114 

Dominion Fireproofing Co 50 

Dominion Gvpsura Co.. Ltd ..... .... 116 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd lOS-110 

Waite-FuUerton Co., Ltd 5 

Tile (Floor and Wall). 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

L. H. Gaudry Sc Co.. Ltd 236 

Ludowici-Celadon Co 62-63 

Luxfer Prism Co., Ltd ,. 140 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 



Wm. X, O'Xeil Co.. Ltd 

Smith Marble & Construction Co., Ltd., . 
Stinsoo-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd . 

Tregillus Clay Products, Ltd 

Waite-FuUerton Co.. Ltd _ . . 



2^ 
143 
115 
22 

5 



9S-99 



Tile Flooring iCork), 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd._ . 

Tile iGlass"). 

<.See Glass— Tile.) 



Tile (Gypsum Partition). 

Alabastine Co. of Paris. Ltd 112 

Crown Gypsum Co., Ltd : U4 

Dominion Gypsum Cp. , Ltd 1 1 S 

Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd 108-110 

Waite-Fuilerton Co., Ltd . 5 



Tile (Lustre), 

Geo. Carpenter 



9 



TQe ( Marble 1. 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

E, G. Cullen 1 

Hoidge Marble Co., Ltd ,,..,__... 141 

:Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Waite-FuUerton Co., Ltd ., 5 

Tile Roofing. 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

L. H, Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Lurfowici- Celadon Co -■ . 62-63 

Wm, N. O'Xeil Co,, Ltd 2-4 

A, B. Ormsbv Co.. Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd.. .^ &4-65 

Geo. \\\ Reed Sc Co . Ltd 76 

Roofers" Supply Co.. Ltd , 56-57 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Winnipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Maite-FuUerton Co., Ltd 5 

Tile Roofing (Glass), 

Toronto Plate Glass Importing Co., Ltd 13S 139 



Tiles (Welsh Quarry), 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Ludo^^ici'C€ladoIl Co ^-63 

Wm. X. O Xeil Co., Ltd 2-4 

Smith Marble & Construction Co.. Ltd 143 

Waite-FuUerton Co., Ltd 5 



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xxin 



Tile (Wood Fibre^ for Walls and Ceilings)* pagb 

Beaver Board Co.. Ltd 223 

TUing (Bathroom V 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 70-73 

ToUet Tables (Bathroom). 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bros , 244-247 

Smith Marble S: Construction Co., Ltd U3 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Warden King. Ltd 255-262 

Toilet Tables ^Bathroom) ^Porcelain Enamelied). 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co,. Ltd 242-243 

Top-pins. 

CSee TulcpBione Construction Materials ) 

Transformers CElectric), 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Transom Bars. 

Eaayset Store Front Constructioa Co 194 

Hobbs Mfg. Co.. Ltd 195 

Kawneer Mfg. Co., Ltd 192-L93 

L. H. Peters. Ltd 87 

Traps. 

CanadiaTi Fairbanks-Morse Co_, Ltd 313 

ClufT Bros £ 244-247 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-174 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-L71 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

Warden Kins'. Ltd 25S-262 

Traps (Porcelain Enamelled). 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd 242-243 

Treads f Stair— Rubber). 

Window Strip & Supply Co., Ltd 84 

Trench Machines, 

Wettlaufer Bros 21 

Trestles (Tank). 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 55 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Trucks (Motor). 

G, H. Tod Company 218-219 

Trusses (Roof), 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 55 

Canadian Bridge Co.. Ltd 52 

Dominion Bridge Co. , Ltd 51 

Iiastcrn Canada Steel & Iron \VorK5, L,td-. . 53 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Manitoba Bridge &. Iron \^"orks. Ltd 54 

Tubes (Boiler). 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 314 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd 320-321 

Manitoba Bridge Sc Iron Works. Ltd 54 

Poison iron Works. Ltd 316-317 

Tube Work (Plastering.) 

Hoidge & Sons Ul 

W. J. Hynes, Ltd 142 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Tungsten Lamps. 

(See Lamps — Tungsten.) 

Turbines (St«am). 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Turbines (Steam and Exhaust). 

John Inglis Co.. Ltd 320-321 

G- H. Tod Company 31S-3I9 

Turbines. 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Turntables (Locomotive). 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 55 

Canadian Bridge Co.. Ltd 52 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd 51 

u 

Urinals- 

(See Plumbers' Supplies.) 

Urinals (Porcelain Enamelled). 

Canadian H. W. Johns-ManvilLe Co., Ltd..,, 241 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co.. Ltd 242-243 

tfms (Tea and Coffee), 

(See Hotel Kitchen Supplies.) 



V 



Vacuum Cleaners. 

G. H. Tod Company 318-319 

Vacuum Gas Heating- 
Canadian Rector Gas Heating Co,. Ltd 311 



Valves. PAce 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.. Ltd 313 

Geo- Carpenter 250 

Cluff Bros 244-247 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd 263-279 

Empire Mfg. Co,, Ltd 248-249 

L. H. Gaudry & Co.. Ltd 236 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 314 

Gurney Foundry Co.. Ltd 283-293 

Kerr Engine Co., Ltd 312 

Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd 170-171 

Pease Foundry Co.. Ltd 280-2S2 

Steel and Radiation, Ltd. 253-257 

Valves (Back Pressure). 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Dominion Radiator Co. , Ltd 263-270 

Goldie tt McCulloch Co,. Ltd 314 

Kerr Knginc Co., Ltd 312 

Robert Nlitchdl Co., Ltd 170-171 

Sheldons. Ltd 307-310 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 253-257 

Valves (Biow-off)- 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294- 

301 

Valves (Compression Mixing), 

Geo. Carpenter 250 

VaLves (Pressure Reducing), 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd 326-327 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd 283-293 

Valves (Reflux), 

Taylor-Forbes Co.. Ltd 294-301 

Valves (Rubber), 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Man ville Co.. Ltd.... 63-69 

Valve Boxes. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd 315 

Dominion Radiator Co., Ltd 263-279 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Kerr Kneine Co.. Ltd 312 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd 170-171 

Vanes (Weather). 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 176-186 

Dennis Wirt & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Pedlar Peopk-. Ltd 64-65 

Roofers' Siipplv Co., Ltd 56-57 

Window Strip & Supply Co.. Ltd 84 

Varnishes. 

International Varnish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

Jas. Langnuur & Co., Ltd 132 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 131 

Pinchin. Johnson & Co. (Canada), Ltd.. . , . 127 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 134 

R.I_W. Damp-Resisting Paint Co 130 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 135 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Varnishes f Electrical). 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd 135 

Vaults and Vault Doors. 

Dominion Safe & Vault Co,. Ltd 345 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 343 

' Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2-4 

J. & J- Taylor. Ltd 344 

Winnipeg Safe Works 346 

Veneers- 
Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd " 2-4 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Thornton-STHtth Co 21S-222 

Venetian Awniogs. 

Watson. Limited 85 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg, Co 217 

Ventilating Contractors. 

Geo, W, Reed & Co., Ltd 76 

Sheldons, Ltd 307-310 

Ventilating (Consulting Engineers). ^ 

Sheldons. Ltd 307-310 

Ventilators. 

Canadian Faicbanlcs-Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Clare Bros, & Co.. Ltd 302-303 

A. B. Ormsby Co,. Ltd 75 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-6.5 

Geo. W. Ri^ed & Co., Ltd 76 

Jas. Smart Mfg. Co., Ltd 306 

Sheldons, Ltd 307-310 

Window Strip & Supply Co., Ltd S4 

Winnipeg Ceiling & Roofing Co., Ltd 354 

Ventilator Frames. 

Hobbs MfR. Co.. Ltd " 195 

A. B. Ormsby Co.. Ltd 75 

L. H. Peters. Ltd 87 

Verandah Columns (Brick). 

Geo. Carpenter 9 



Verandah Columns iWootl). pacq 

Batts, Ltd 79 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Gushing Bros. Co.. Ltd 93 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

L- H. Pettrs. Ltd 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd 8& 

Rhodes-Curry Co.. Ltd 90 

Verandah Columns (Marble). 

Hoidge Marble Co.. Ltd 141 

Missisquoi Marbles, Ltd 144-147 

Ontario Marldc Quarries Co.. Ltd 142 

Smith Marble & Construction Co., Ltd 143 

Verandah Columns (Artificial Stone). 

Roman Stone Co., Ltd 24 



w 



Wainscoting iiMarble). 

Hoidge Marble Co.. Ltd ., . 141 

Missisquoi Marbl«. Ltd 144-147 

Ontario Marble Quarries, Ltd ,. . 142 

Wm, N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-^ 



Wainscoting (Plaster). 

Hoidge & Sons. . . 
W, J. Hynes, Ltd. 



Wainscoting ^Composition), 

Canadian Fyrofugont Flooring Co.. Ltd 



102 



95 



Wainscoting (Cork). 

Canadian H, \\\ Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd 98-99 

Wainscoting (Tile). 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

L. H. Gaiiflry & Co.. Ltd 236 

i.,iKlo\vici-Celadon Co . 62-63 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co 26-29 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2^ 

Smith Marble & Constrnction Co,„ Ltd 143 

Waite-Fullerton Co.. Ltd 5 

WainscoUng ^,Wood)- 

Batts. Ltd 79 

Berlin Interior Hardihood Co., Ltd 91 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 94 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd 78 

Canadian OlVicc & School I'urniture Co.. Lul . 89 

Cushing Bros. Co., Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

L. H, Peters, Limited 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Rhodes-Currv Co., Ltd 90 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-222 

Wall Board. 

Bird &; Son _ 66-67 

Beaver Board Co.. Ltd 323 

Standard Paint Co, of Canada, Ltd 70-73 

Variety Mfg. Co 356-359 



81 

82 
204-301 
188 



Wall Boxes (Iron). 

Duplex Hanger Co 

Charles Mulvey M{^. Co 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 

Wall Coping, 

(See Coping— Wall.) 

Wall Covering. , 

Alabastine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

International Varnish Co.. Ltd 117-126 

Lowe Bros.„ Ltd 131 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-65 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Thornton-Smith Co 218-223 

Wall Plates* 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Charles Mulvey MIg. Co 82 

Duplex Hanger Co 81 

Taylor-Forbes Co.. Ltd 294-301 



Wall Safes. 

Safe-CabiEiet Co 

Winnipeg Safe Works 



347 
346 



Wall Ties. 

Geo. Carpenter 9 

Duplex Hanj;:er Co 81 

L. H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Charles Mulvev Mfg. Co %% 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2A 

Steel and Radiation. Ltd 33t^-33l 

Stinson-Recb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd. . . . 115 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 294-301 

Variety Mfg. Co 35G-359 

Winnipeg Ceiling &: Roofing Co., Ltd 354 



Wardrobes. 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co..- Ltd 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Canadian Olhce & School Furniture Co., Ltd 

CushinE Bros. Co.. Ltd 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 

L^ H. Peters, Ltd 

Wardrobes (Hygienic), 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co 



91 

94 
89 
93 
92 
87 



83 



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XXIV 



I 






WaxUrobes (School)- ^^^^ 

L- H. Peters. Ltd ^7 

Jas, G, Wilson Mfg. Co *» 

Wash Siolfs. 

Canadian H. W. Johns-ManviWe Co.. Ltd. . 241 

Wash Sinks (Factory) (Porcelain Eaamelied)- 

Geo. Carpenter |50 

Cluff Bros llt'til 

SUndard Ideal Co,. Lid 242-243 

Water Closet Combinations. 

Canadian IL W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd. . . 241 

Geo- Carpenter ^ji oj7 

CluflBros - 244-247 

Standard Ideal Co. Ltd 242-J4J 

Water Closets ^Porcelain EnameUed)- 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd. 241 

Geo. Carpenter 2aU 

Cluffbros 244-247 

Standard Id^al Co., Ltd 2A2-I-i6 

Water Gauges and Columns. 

Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Dominion Radiator Co.. Ltd ^-Tf-i? 

Robert Mitchell Co.. Ltd liU-ia 

Water Meters- 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd nl^ n<n 

Hmpirc Mft^ Co., Ltd 24S-249 

Joim Inglis Co. Ltd 32IK3^l 

Water Pipe. 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd 315 

Waterproof Building Papers. 

:nrd&Son ^,^f 

jJninrford RoofinK- Co,, Ltd ^0-^1 

CanaULan H. \V. Johns-M^nville Co.. Ltd. , . 6S-0v 

CEt/iadian Supplv &: Coniractinii Co., Ltd,... 77 

A, D. Ormsbv Co.. Ltd 75 

Geo, \\\ Reed is: Co., Lid - 76 

Roofers' Supply Co., Lid 56-57 

Standard Paint Co. ol Canada, Ltd o o 

Vuion Filjre Co 349 

Waterproof Insulating Papers. 

Jiird ^S: Son ^^-*^' 

liFi^ntford Roofinjc Co., Ltd 60-^1 

Canadian U. \V. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd , 350 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co., Lid 77 

A. B. i>^Jlsb^' Co.. Ltd 75 

Geo. \\\ RL'td Co,, Ltd '6 

RooU-rs' Supply Co.. Ltd ^ ■ 5fi-5/ 

SUiodaril Painl Co. of Canada, Ltd 351 

Tjnion Filjro Co i^^ 

Waterproofing (Integral and Membrane}- 

SLandjj-d t*:iint Co. of Canada, Ltd 135 

WaEerproofing Compounds fBrick, Cement and 
Concrete)- 

Bird ^V Son fifi-^7 

Sumiiul Cabot. Inc 12JS-129 

Canadian H. \V. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd.,, • W-5fl 

Canadian Supply & Contracting Co., Ltd.. . . 77 

Ccreiit Waterproofing Co 42-43 

Iiiternnuoual Varnish Co., Ltd 117-120 

Master Uuilders" Coropanv ^6-ti7 

I'inchin, luhnson & Co, (,Canada1 Ltd 39-4! 

R. I. U". Danip-Resisting Paint Co 130 

Standard P.iiot Co. of Canada, Ltd 135 

Stinson-RtL-!i Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Smrgeons, Ltd 133 

Trusstd Concrete Steel Co. of Canada. Ltd . - 34-35 

Waitc-Fiillcrloii Co., Ltd 5 

Waterproofing Felt- 

(See Full — Waterproofing.) 

Water Ser\"ice Systems, 

Cliitago liridj^t &: Iron Works. 361 

National I'"r|nipnient Co., Ltd 251 

Water Softening Plants, 

Canadian AUis-Cbalmers, Ltd. 31G 

Cliicat:o IJrid^e & Iron Works 3H 

Geo. W. R^ed Co., Ltd 342 

G. II. Tod Company 31S-319 

Water Tanks (.Steel). 

Can.iuiim AUJs-Chalraers. Ltd 315 

Can.iJian Fairbanks- Morse Co., Ltd 313 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co Ill 

Ch.ica'.;o Bridge & Iron Works 361 

Clufi Iiros 244-247 

Doinijiion Bndt'fe Co.. Ltd 51 

Dominion Rf\diator Co., Ltd 2tj3-279 

Goldie S: McCnlloch Co., Ltd 314 

Joim Brennan & Co 322-323 

John lu^ViA Co.. Limited 320-321 

Maniloba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd 54 

National Equipment Co., Ltd , . ^ . , . 251 

Pea5i: PouTidrv Co.. Ltd 2SD-2S2 

Poison Iron Works. Ltd 316-317 

Geo, W. Rcid & Co., Ltd. 342 

G. H. Tod Companv.- 318-316 



Water Tanks ^Wood). ^^^\ 

ClnfF Bros ^m~^* 

Cu&hingBros, Co., Ltd ™ 

L. H. Peters, Ltd - ^i 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd gV 

Rhodes-Curry Co.. Ltd .- ■ ™ 

Water Wheels. 

Canadian Ailis-ChaLmers, Ltd 313 

Waterworks Supplies. 

Canadian AUis -Chalmers. Ltd 315 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Works t^i os<i 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd - 24fe-249 

L. H, Gaudrv & Co.. Ltd 2Je 

Kerr Engine Co.. Ltd iis_i7i 

Robert MitcheU Co.. Ltd UTiil 

G- H. Tod Company 31K-iiy 

Weather Strips. 

Atbey Company ^- ^ - ■ - - ■ - - ■ - ^ 

Canada Acme Metal Weachersinp Co., Ltd., bh 

Wm. N. OXeil Co., Ltd oJA-i± 

A. B.Ormsby Co.. Ltd ZU-^H 

Wm. Peace Co.. Ltd... °;! 

L. H. Peters, Limited o' 

Window Strip & Supply Co.. Ltd o4 

White Lead. 

(See Lead.) 



Window Frames iCastlron), 

Architectura.1 Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-ChaJmefs. Ltd 108-169 

Can:idiaa Ornamental Iron Co-. Ltd 176-186 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co.. Ltd 172-1/4 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works. Ltd 187 

Estev Eros. Co 1^0 

L- H. Gaudry & Co., Ltd 236 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

John Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd ISS 

Window Frames 'Steel)- 

Arcbitectural Bronze &: Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis- Chalmers. Ltd 16S-160 

Canadtan Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 170-lbO 

Dunnis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

EstLy Bros. Co 190 

L, H. Gaudrv- & Co.. Ltd 236 

Wm. K. O'Xeil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

A. B. Orrasby Co.. Ltd 332-334 

Steel & Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 329 

John Watson & Son of Montreal, Lt;i 1S8 

Geo. Wragge, Ltd 335-3:57 

Window Frames \Wood^ 

Batt5. Ltd.. .. , 79 

Canada Lumber Co.. Ltd 78 

Cushing Bro5. Co., Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

L, H. Peters. Ltd 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Rhodes-Curry Co., Ltd 90 



Window Guards, 

-Arch i led ural Bronze &: Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd lGS-169 

Canadian Ornamental Iron Co.. Ltd 176-186 

Dennis Wire &: Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Dominion .Architectural Iron Works, Ltd. . , , 187 

Estey Bros. Co 190 

L. H. Gaudrv & Co.. Ltd 236 

Wm. N. ONeil Co.. Ltd 2-^ 

Steel & Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Varietv Mfg. Co 35C-359 

W'indow Strip & Supply Co.. Ltd 84 

Windows (Bronze and Copper). 

Architectural Bronze and Iron Works of 

Canadian Allis- Chalmers, Ltd 168-169 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-17* 

Dominion Architectural Iron Works. Ltd 187 

Estev Eros. Co 190 

Wm. X. O'Neil Co., Ltd 2^ 

A. B. Ormsbv Co.. Ltd 332--334 

Thorp Fireproof Door Co 340-341 

Geo. Wrafige, Ltd 335-337 

Windows iFireproofj. 

L. H. Gaudry^ & Co., Ltd. 236 

A. B, Ormsbv Co.. Ltd 332-334 

Pedlar People, Ltd , M-65 

Geo. W, Reed & Co., Ltd 342 

Steel & Radiation, Ltd 330-331 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co., Ltd 115 

Trussed Concrete Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd- . 329 

Wmmpeg Ceiling & Roofing Co.. Ltd 354 

Geo. Wragge, Ltd 335-337 



Window Operating Devices. pags 

Geo. Carpenttfr 250 

Dearbora Hardware Mfg. Co 203 

L- H. Peters. Limited 87 

Wire {Brass. Bronze and Copper), 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mf|r. Co... . ..... Ill 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 1S9 

Wire (Insulated and Bare>- 

Canadlan General Electric Co., Ltd 230-231 

Wire Cloth. 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd 314 

Pediar People, Ltd 64-65 

Wire Work and Fencing, 

Canadian Ornamental fron Co., Ltd 176-186 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg Co Ill 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd 172-174 

Dominion Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd 189 

L. H. Gaudry & Co,. Ltd 236 

Joiin Watson & Son of Montreal. Ltd 188 

Wired Glass- 

L. H. Gaudry S: Co.. Ltd 236 

Hobbs Mfff. Co., Ltd 137 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co.. Ltd 2-4 

A, B. Orinsby Co.. Ltd 332-334 

Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ltd 342 

Roofers' Supply Co.. Lid 56-57 

Toronto Plate Glass Importin^r Co., Ltd 138-139 

Wiring Devices (Electric), 

Canadiao General Electric Co.. Ltd 230-231 

Wood Block Flooring- 

Jas. G. Wilson Mfg, Co 85 . 

Wood Fibre WaU Plaster. 

Alabastine Co., Paris, Ltd 112 

Crown Gypsum Co,. Ltd 114 

Dominion Gypaum Co.. Ltd 116 

Manitoba Gypsum Co.. Ltd lOS-lIO 

Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Co.. Ltd 115 

Waite-FuUerton Co., Ltd 5 

Wood Preservatives. 

Samuel Cabot, Inc 12S-129 

International Varnish Co., Ltd U7-126 

Lowe Bros., Ltd 131 

Pratt & Lambert. Inc 134 

Sturgeons, Ltd 133 

Wood Tiling (Bathroom). 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Woodwork (Interior). 

Batts, Ltd '79 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.. Ltd 91 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co., Ltd 9* 

Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 78 

Canadian Office & Schoo! Furniture Co., Ltd. 89 

Cushing Bros. Co., Ltd 93 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd 92 

Wm. N. ONeiLCo., Ltd 2^ 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 103 

L. H, Peters, Ltd 87 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd 80 

Rhodes-Currv Co., Ltd % 

Thorn ton-Smitli Co 218-222 

Woodworking Machinery. 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.. Ltd 314 

Wrapping Paper (Walerpioof). 

Standard Paint Co. of Canada. Ltd 70-73 

Wrought Iron. 

(See Ornamental Iron and Bronze ) 



z 

Zinc. 

Canadian Steel Studding & Mfg. Co HI 

Wm. X, O'Neil Co., Ltd. ,...,,, 2-4* 

Pedlar People, Ltd 64-6? 

Geo. W- Reed 6c Co , Ltd 70 



f 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 



E. G. CULLEN 



E. G. CULLEN 

IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, 

326 Drake Street, 
VANCOUVER. B.C. 



BRICK. 

BUILDING 

DIRECTORIES. 



ARCHITECTUR.\L TERRA COTTA. 

Representing Coast Clay Company, Bellingham, Washing-ton. 

Denver Pressed Brick Co., Denver, Col. 

Representing C. M. Kinney Co. 

Successors to U. S. Changeable Sign Co., New York Cit} 



DOORS — Elevator, Kalameined, Tin Clad. 

Representing The B. C. Ceiling and Roofing Co., Ltd., A'ancouver, B.C. 

DOORS— Wood (Rolling), Steel. 

Representing Jas. G. Wilson Mfg. Co., Norfolk. Va. 

;: : (vSee their ads. on pages 83 and 360.) 



DOORS— Sidewalk. 



Representing Luxfer Prism Co., Limited, Toronto, Canada. 

(See their ad. on page 140.) 



EXPANDED METAL Representing Steel & Radiation Limited, Toronto, Canada. 

LATH and 

REINFORCING. 

ORNAMENTAL IRON Representing Chicago Ornamental Iron Co., Chicago, 111. 
and BRONZE. 

PLASTER — Hardwall, Wood Fibre, Board, Blocks. 

Representing The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Winnipeg, Canada. 

(See their ad. on 2:>ag'cs 108-110.) 

PARIPAN Representing Randall Bros., London, England. 

LACQUER ENAMEL. 

SHEET METAL, CORNICES, FIREPROOF and UNDERWRITERS' LABEL WINDOWS. 

Representing The B. C. Ceiling & Roofing Co., Ltd., \^ancouver, B.C. 

SHINGLE STAINS. Representing Major & Company, Hull, Eng. 

(See their ad. on page 133.) 



Representing Steel & Radiation Limited, Toronto, Canada. 

(See their ad. on pages 330-331.) 



STEEL SASH 

(Fenestra). 

STEEL CASEMENTS. Representing Geo. Wragge, Ltd., :\Ianchester. Eng. 

(See their ad. on pages 335-337-) 

SLATE (BLACKBOARD Representing Pennsylvania Slate Co. 
AND ROOFING). 

WATERPROOFING. Representing Ceresit Waterproofing Co., Chicago, 111. 

(See their ad. on pages 42-43.) 

CONTRACTORS' Concrete Cars and Carts, Wheelbarrows, Hoisting Engines, Saw Rigs, 

EQUIPMENT. Chicago Cube Concrete Mixers, and Austin Trench Excavators. 

CLOTH LINED METAL Representing Athey Company, Chicago, 111. 
WEATHERSTRIPS. • (See their ad. on page 86.) 



WM. N. O'NEn COMPANY, LIMITED 



BUILDING SUPPLIES 



WM. 



N. O'NEIL COMPANY, LIMITED 






r 



Importers axd Makufacturers' Agents. 
HIGH-GRADE BUILDING MATERIAL. 



Office akd Show Room: 

548 vSey-mour Street. 
Br-a.n'ch Office: 512 Fort Street, Victoria. 



Warehouse: 1200 Hajviilton Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. 



TILES. 



GLASS. 



METAL. 



DUPLEX JOIST 

AND 

WALL HANGERS. 

MLSCELLANEOUS 



The following material carried in stock, and special attention is paid to filling 
orders promptty : 

Hardwood Mantels— Coal, Wood and Gas Grates. 
Fireplace Trimmings and Accessories. 

"Rookwood" Faience, Enamelled, Satin and Lustre Finish. 
Vitreous ^Mosaic for floor and walls, etc. 
Embossed and Glazed for walls. 

"Rust's" Vitreous and Glass ^Mosaics, for floors, walls and ceihngs — a 
beautiful iridescent tile. 

Interlocking Rubber of highest quality. 

"Cork Tile" for elevators, dwellings and public buildings — durable, sanitary 

and noiseless. 

]\Iarble Slabs, ^Mosaic and Terrazzo. 

Plate, Window, Figured, Rolled, etc. 

Polished and Cast Wired. 

Art Glass, Domestic and ^Memorial Windows. Lead or metal glazed. 

Special designs submitted upon receipt of request. 

American 3-Way Sheet Prisms in sizes up to 100" x 60". 

American 3-Way Units, glazed in hard white metal or solid copper. 

American 3-Way Pavement Prisms set in galvanized steel frames. 

Store Front Construction — all finishes. 

Easyset Construction Co. See their ad. on page 194. 

Post Caps and Base Plated. 
See their ad. on page 81. 

Parker's jNIetal Corner Bead, for exterior plaster corners. 

'.'Preston" Aletal Corner Bead, for exterior plaster corners. 

Coal Chutes, ^lodel and Majestic pattern. 

" Humphrey's " Metal Scaffold Brackets — great labour-saving device. 

"Diamond" Expansion Bolt Shields. 

"Rutty's" Metal Wall Plugs. 

" Secure" Concrete Bar Spacers. 

"Wainwright" Galvanized Steel Concrete Curb Corner Bars. 

"Herringbone" Expanded ^Metal Lath. , 

Self-centering for concrete roofs, floors, walls and ceilings. 

"Perfection" Steel Studding and Furring Strips. 

"Collins" Interlocking Steel Studding and Furring. 

"Perfection" Wire Fabric. ^ 

Twisted Steel Rods, for reinforcing concrete work. 

[Metal Wall Ties, Miami and Bull Dog. 

"Dayton's" Concrete Inserts. 

"Howarth's" Reversible Metal Sash Centres. 

"Giesey's" Elevating Window Pivots. 

"Hope's" Steel vSash. 

Metal, Embossed Ceihngs, New Designs. 



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READY- 
ROOFING. 



Neponset" Parold — High-grade material, standard size of rolls. 
"Lonabond" Textile Ready Roofing — good for 15 to 20 years. The base is 
10 oz. duck. Thoroughly saturated with special preparation and coated with 
pure gum asphaltum. 



BUILDING PAPERS. 



SOUND- 
DEADENING 
MATERIALS. 



HARDWOOD. 



CEMENT 



Ordinary white and tarred. 

"Neponset" — Double-coated building and insulating paper. 

Asbestos Paper — 8, 10, 12, 16, 18 and 22 lb. weights carried in stock. 

Asbestos Roofing Tiles. 

Asbestos Lumber Sheets, 4' x 4' and 4' x 8'. " 

Asbestos Theatre Curtain. , ■ 

Linofelt, Lith and Flax Fibre Slabs. 
Mineral Wool. Y^" thick, in roUs of 125 ft. 
Mineral Wool in bulk. 

See Union Fibre Co.'s ad. on page 349. 

Interior Capitals and Brackets. 

Enibossed and Turned Mouldings and Beads. 

Veneered Doors. 

^-cut and Plain Sawed Oak Flooring. 

Maple, Beech and selected Red Birch Flooring. 

Victoria Brand, Keen's Cement, as manufactured by Messrs. Cafferata & Co. 
of England. We stock four grades-^superfine, fine, No. i and No. 2. 
DeVigans " Caen Stone Cement. 

Hydrolite, " for waterproofing cement, mortar and concrete in the aggregate. 
"Toxement," a compound successfully used for waterproofing cement and 
concrete. 



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Hardwall Gypsum Plaster and Wood Fibre. 
"Satin Spar" Plaster of Paris, in barrels. 
Plaster Partition Tile, "Parobar" or "Empire." 
Plaster Board, "Sacketts" or "Empire." 
Lime, Victoria and Texada Brands. 
Ornamental Mouldings and Centrepieces. 
Mortar Colours. 
Composition Capitals, Brackets, etc. 

WATERPROOFING. Pinchin, Johnson Co. (Canada), Ltd., Waterproof Paints. For walls, founda- 

tion work, steel structural work, metal roofs, iron pipes and ship plates. Electrical 
insulating paint, cement floor filler and paint. See their ad. on pages 39-41. 

Master Builders' Method Concrete Hardener— wearproof, dustproof and water- 
proof. 



CREOSOTE 
SHINGLE STAIN. 

ENAMEL, 

"RlPOLIN." 



GLAZED BRICK. 



PRESSED FACING 
BRICK. 



(Manton Bros.) — A Canadian product; Imperial gallon; fixed colours. Dries 
slowly and soaks into the wood, protecting it from the weather. 

The very highest grade enamel, manufactured in Holland, and extensively 
used in all parts of the world where high-class work is required. Is perfectly sani- 
tary and used largely in hospitals, ships, yachts, dwellings, lighthouses, buoys, and 
butcher shops. . . ■. 

English size, ^" x 2V8 x 4^2", stocked in white only. Highest quality manu- 
factured by Leeds Fireclay Co. of Wortley, Leeds, England. 

"Sparta" Impervious and Salt Glazed Buff Colour. 
Standard Canadian and American makes in all colours. 



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METAL WORK. 



DOOR HANGERS, 
Ball Bearing. 



AIETAL COVERED 
DOORS & TRIM. 



:^sIAIL CHUTES. 



KLNNEAR 
ROLLER 
STEEL DOORS 
AND SHUTTERS. 

SHEET METAL 
GOODS. 



TERRA COTTA. 



vSANlTARY WARE 
AND FITTINGS. 

\^\ULT DOORS 
AND vSAFES. 



MARBLE AND 
vSLATE. 



HARDWOOD 

INTERIOR 

FINISH. 



In addition to the aforementioned materials, which we carry in stock, we are 
Western Sales Agents for the following: 

Bronze Work of all description. 

Metal Elevator Cars and Enclosures. 

Metal Stairs and Bank Railing. 

Metal Mouldings, etc. 

Metal Lockers for Banks, Gymnasiums, Departmental Stores, etc. 

Metal Stable Fittings, etc. 

As manufactured by the Dennis Wire & Iron Works, Ltd. 

See their ad. on pages 172-174. 

As manufactured by the Reliance Ball Bearing Door Hanger Co. Exten- 
sively used for Elevator Doors, i to 3 Speed Door Hangers; work like clockwork; 
the very best on the market; write for catalogues. See their ad. on pages 204-205. 

Any finish. We represent the well-known "Richardson" Door, as manufac- 
tured by the Thorpe Fireproof Door Co. of Minneapolis, Minn. See their ad. 

on pages 340-341 • 

The Cutler Mail Chute Co. Write for catalogues, prices and particulars. 
Every up-to-date Public Building should have one of these chutes. See their ad. 
on page 191. 

Slates of No. 16 to 22 gauge galvanized steel; equipped with Metal Hood; 
self-releasing device to permit door closing in case of fire; chain gear for operating 
doors. All in accordance with the Board of Fire Underwriters' requirements. See 
their ad. on pages 352-i,c^2- 

Metal Ceilings, Siding and Shingles, Cornices, etc., as manufactured by the 
]\Ietal vShingle & Siding Co., Preston, Ont. 

"Hoist" — The G. & G. Telescopic Hoist, for raising and lowering material 
from basement to sidewalk. See their ad. on pages 148-149. 

(Fire Exit Latch) A^on Duprin Self-Releasing Fire Exit Latch— absolutely 
reliable safeguard against panic disasters. 

"Furniture"— School Desks. 

Opera Chairs. 

"Carbonal" Blackboards, Black and Green. 

Church and School Bells. 

Safety Treads — ^Universal Safety Treads. 

We represent the Leeds Fireclay Co. of Wortley, Leeds,'Eng., Manufacturers 
of the highest grade Terra Cotta in the world. 

Cliff^s Porcelain Fireclay Baths, Lavatories, Urinals, Closets, Sinks, Wash 
Tubs, etc., of the highest grade, manufactured by the Leeds Fireclay Co., Ltd. 

We represent the National Safe & Lock Co., Manufacturers of a complete line 
of Safes, Vault Doors and Safety Deposit Boxes, etc. Special catalogue sent you 
on request. 

We handle Foreign and Local Marble and Slate, and will be pleased to submit 
samples and estmiate on material fixed in position complete. 

"Vitrolite," milk-white colour, slabs 3-16 to i" thick, for walls of hospital 
operation room, counter and table tops for restaurants, etc. 

We ^^P™t Knight Bros., Ltd., of Burk's Falls, Ont., Manufacturer? of 
High-Grade Ofhce Fit nigs. Interior Trim, Veneered Doors, etc., and will be pleased 
to furnish estimates at any time. We are furnishing the Hardwood Finish for the 
ad on ^l .^' ^^ancouver, and Pemberton Building, Victoria, B.C. See their 

he.r^^ frlllT'"^?-^^^^^^ ^^ P^"^^^^ ^^ f^^^^d ^P^^ial catalogue, 

bearing on any of our Imes, to mtendmg purchasers 

Estimates furnished to Contractors and Builders from plans and specifications. 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 



THE WAITE-FULLERTON CO., LIMITED 



lOI WiLLOUGHBY 

Duncan Block, 

Regina. 

T^L^PHONe 2187. 



CONTRAC- 

TORvS' 
EQUIPMENT 



BUILDERS' 

SUPPLIES. 



DISPLAY 
ROOMS. 



THE WAITE-FULLERTON CO., LIMITED 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. 
CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT. 

402 Builders' Exchange, 
Winnipeg. 

TELEPHONE MAIN 5404. 



228 LouGHEED Block, 
Calgary. 

TELEPHONE M. 477S. 



LAKEWOOD CONCRETE 
SPOUTING PLANTS and MIXERS, 
STEEL BUCKETS, CLAMSHELL 
BUCKETS, STEEL CARS. 



Sole Agents in Manitoba, Saskatche- 
wan and Alberta of The Canadian 
Patent Scaffolding Co. , Lessors of 
Patent Safety Scaffolding. 



Other Contractors' Equipment 

Mortar Mixers. , 
Metal Forms . 
Hoisting Engines. 
Derricks. 



We also handle Builders' Supplies of 
all kinds. 



We carry in stock ready for imme- 
diate delivery GENUINE CAEN 
STONE CEMENT, which we import 
direct from France ; also Hydratite and 
Dehydratine Waterproofing Com- 
pounds, Mantel Brick, Roofing Slate, 
Bay State Coating, Fire Brick, etc. 



We maintain brick displays at all 
points of importance in Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan, Alberta and British 
Columbia. 




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BRICKS 



THE DON VALLEY BRICK WORKS 



Montreal Agent; 
DAVID McGILL, 

83 Bleury Street. 



Head Office, ^6 Toronto Street, 
TORONTO, ONT. 



Works : 
Don Valley, Toronto. 



PRODUCTS. 



PRESSED BRICKS. 



We are the largest manufacturers in the Dominion of High Grade Burnt 
Clay Products and have exceptional facihties for turning out Pressed 
Bricks, Enamelled Bricks, ordinary Kiln Run Stock Bricks and Terra- 
Cotta Hollow Tiles for fireproofing. 

Our Standard Red and Buff Pressed Bricks are of the highest grade and 
we are prepared to suppl)' Bricks for special work that are selected" from the 
finest stock. 



SPECIAL BRICKS. 



We carry in stock large quantities of Bullnoses and Base Bricks and are 
prepared to make Specially Moulded Bricks or Arch Bricks from Architects' 



drawings. 



STOCK BRICKS. 



R,..Vi.^'f also manufacture and carry large quantities of Red and Gray Stock 
Bucks of excellent colour, hard-burned, with faces and arrises true 



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SIZES. 



I^ACILITIES 



CAPACITY. 



SyjT^^Z%''"" "^"'"^ ^"^^^' approximately: Red, 8V. x 33/, x 4'A; Buff, 
Standard size Stock Bricks, approximately: 8VsX2>^x4K. 

ingredients to form a good Brick ' ''^'''^ ^^^ necessary 

and ?aa Sf'ordTs'toZti?" 41'^'°°°'°°°',^ ^'^^^>^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ge stock 
be pleased toVot: Sincludlg Sght. ''""'"' ^"'P^'"^ ^^"''^■^ ^^^ -'^1 

prepaTd. ^*" ''"''''' ^"^P^^ ^^"^P''^^ °' ^^^ bricks to prospective users, express 



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ENAMELLED BRICKS 



THE DON VALLEY BRICK WORKS 



ENAMELLED 

BRICKS. 



We manufacture High Grade Enamelled Bricks in the following colours: 
Yellow. Brown, Chocolate^ Sage Green, Light Green, Dark Green, Cobalt 
Blue, Robin's Egg Blue, Dark Blue, Light Buff, Dark Buff, Granite, Mottled, 
Black Mancranese, White and Red. 



UNIFORMITY OF 
SHADES. 



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BROWN 



chocolate: 






SAGE GREEN 



GRANITE 



COBALT BLUE 





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WHITE 



DARK GREEN 





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LIGHT GREEN 



DARK BUFF 



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Enamelled Bricks are used where light and cleanliness are essential; for 
instance, Light Shafts and Courts, Elevator vShafts, Bakeries, Restaurants, 
Markets, Subways, Tunnels, Railway Depots, Fire Engine Houses, Bank 
Vauh Interiors, Sanitariums, JNIausoleums, Stables, Swimming Pools, Turkish 
Baths, Kitchens, Laundries, Smoking Rooms, Power Houses, etc. 



SPECIAL SHAPES 
AND COLOURS. 



We are at all times pleased to make special and ornamental 
Bricks in any colours or shapes desired by architects to fill peculiar 
and invite correspondence in regard to same. 

See also our ad. under tab — " Terra Cotta Fireproofing.'* 



Enamelled 
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THE HAMILTON PRESSED BRICK CO., LIMITED 

Head Office, 608 Spectator Building, 
HAMILTON, CANADA. 



ROBERT W. NEW, 

President. 



GORDON B. NEW, 

Vice-President. 



HERBERT H. NEW, 

Sec'y-Treasurer 



Phones:— House, 345- Factory, 1992. Office, 2931. 

Toronto Agent— WALTER E. HUNTER & CO., 34 Victoria Street. 

Phones: Office, Main 5099. House, Park 3170. 



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PRODUCTS. 



HAMILTON PRESSED BRICK. 



FACILITIES. Owing to the great demand for our Pressed Brick, we have this year doubled our 

plant. 

This new equipment enables us to ship more promptly than ever. 



LOADING. 



NOTE. 



We load direct front kilns to cars, and pack carefully with straw, 



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SAMPLES ON APPLICATION 



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GEO. CARPENTER 



BUILDERS' SPECIALTIES. 



Office and Show-room: 314 University Street, 

MONTREAL. 



"RUS" ART 
BRICKS. 



Manufactured by the Ravenhead Brick Co., Ltd., St. Helen's, Eng., from 
a mixture of very hard rocks and shales, producing an impervious brick with 
rusticated surface, having a peculiar range of colour tones, which blend 
perfectly and give the appearance of wELL-prEsERVEd age directly they are 
set up. IMade in all sizes and any shape that may be required; also Carved, 
in which case each tablet is carved from design, and not produced from a 
mould or pattern. 



"RUS" ART 
WALLING. 



An adaptation of Brickwork, composed of blocks of different sizes, with 
or without a percentage of regular sized bricks. Proportions usually specified, 
50% to 75% blocks. This walling possesses all the Artistic Merits of " Rus' ' 
Art Bricks. 



"SANDRUFF" 

PAVING. 



Hand-Made Tiles, manufactured by the Coalbrookdale Co., Ltd., Shrop- 
shire, Eng., from highly suitable materials mined from great depths, in sizes 
from 2" X 3" X Yz' to 12" x 12" x 2", with a slightly sanded surface, in beauti- 
ful Shades of Reds and Browns, and having no Glare, Hard Metallic 
Appearance or Glaze. 



ROOFING TILES. 



Plain and Ornamental, with all Fittings (Hips, Valleys, Ridges, Finals, 
etc.), both Hand and Machine Made, in Red, Brown and Dark Brindled, from 
same materials as "Sandruff" Paving. Though the handmade tiles have been 
manufactured for upwards of 70 years, no single case of da:\iage by frost 
was ever known. 



ARCHITECTURAL 
TERRA COTTA. 



Eng; 



Manufactured by the Bispham Hall Terra Cotta Co., Orrell, near Wigan, 
Plain and Vitreous, in all shades and finishes of Buff and Grey. Matt 
Surface and Full Glazed, in White, Cream and Granite Colours or to special 
requirements. Finest Quality Only. Specialty: Large Blocks, One- 
PiECE Sills, Heads, etc. » 



TILES. Manufactured by Messrs. Craven, Dunnill & Co., Ltd., Jackfield, Shrop- 

shire, Eng. All descriptions of Encaustic Tile Pavements and Mosaics. 
Special Tiles for Boiler and Engine Rooms, Baths, Ships, etc., in Red, Buff 
and Black, and for Pavement Lights, having a pcmianent non-slip surface 
and giving better service than any other tile or material on the market. Glazed 
and Enamelled Tiles of every description. Roughed, Matt-Surface and 
Antique Finishes. Wall Mosaics, Lustres, etc., etc. 

A highly skilled staff of designers at your service. 

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OTHER PRODUCTS. Fire Bricks and Blocks for all purposes; Silica Bricks for high tem- 

peratures; Buff and Blue Paving Bricks, etc., etc. 



NOTE. 



New ideas, special designs, etc., welcomed. WE are Specialists in Clay 
Goods of every description. 



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DESCRIPTION, 
COLOURS, Etc. 



SIZES. 



NOTE. 



CLARENCE E. POSTON 

ATTICA, IND., U.vS.A. 

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Canadian Agents: 
ALSIP BRICK, TILE AND LUMBER CO.. 

502 Builders' Exchange, 
Winnipeg, Man. 



This is the Brick that taught the world the beauty of rough -surfaced burned 
clay, and is manufactured by Clarence E- Poston, the originator of Oriental face 

brick. 

It is a vitrified shale Brick, cut rough to give it "Texture," and burned in the 
opulent colours of a Persian rug. 

The colours ran^-e from delicate pinks to black, with intermediate shades of 
golden browns, purples, greenish golds, blue-blacks, etc., in endless variety. These 
colours, as they come from the kilns, when in the wall of a buildmg, form masses ot 
colour, beautifully composed, which give pleasure to the senses of sight. 

The Poston-Oriental excels all the Oriental brick in the gradation and blending 
of colours. vSharply defined colours do not show in a wall of this material; the 
figurations show perfect harmony and rhythm throughout the whole wall. Each 
brick is a colour study, owing to the variegation in colour of a single unit, but, when 
in masses, the colour effect equals the product of the Oriental loom. 

Architects find this material a potent means of artistic expression. 

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I produce these Oriental colours in bricks of the following sizes: 

Portal size - - - i>2 x 3>^ x 8>^ 

' Poston-Oriental size ------ 2 x 3K x 8>^ 

Postonian size __--_-- 2% x 4 x 8^ 



The Alsip Brick, Tile and Lumber Co.", Winnipeg, represent my product in their 
territory, and have handled it successfully for a number of years. In their display 
rooms may be seen panels of the different kinds. 



CO-OPERATION. I am desirous of extending my trade to Eastern Canada, and solicit corres- 

pondence from dealers. 



CATALOGUE. 



Write for my booklet, "He Turned a Brick Inside Out." It's said to be worth 



reading. 



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Works: Don Valley 



THE SUN BRICK CO., LIMITED 

411 Traders Bank Building, 
TORONTO, ONT. 



PRODUCTS. 



OUTPUT. 



We are manufacturers of and specialize in the very highest grade of HARD BL^RNT 
SHALE BRICK. These Bricks can be had in all shapes, sizes and colours, according 
to the architect's or builder's requirements. 

Our present capacity is 70,000 bricks a day. 




p. Ti'xrrKK 




p. TEXTCRE. 




M. TEXTURE. 




TliXTURR. 




TEXTURE. 




ROUN'D CORNER SMOOTH. 



INFORMATION. We shall be pleased at all times to furnish architects, builders and others interested 

with information and samples upon req^uest. 



WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR PLANT 



NOTE. 



See our tile display on page 45. 



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THE COLUMBUS BRICK .^ TERRA COTTA CO- 

Established 18S5. 



Main Office: COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



Works: UNTOX FURNACE, GHIG. 



HAillLTOX: 
TOROXTO : 

Calgary : 
Halifax : 



Gordon K. Fraser. 
Black Building Supply Co., Ltd. 
The W'aite Fidlerton Co., Ltd. 
Brookfield Bros., Ltd. 



Canadian Agencies: 

Montreal: 
Winnipeg: 

Sask_\toox : 



DaN-id McGiU- 

The Waite Fidlerton Co., Ltd. 

The Wa-te Fullerton Co. 



Vancouver, B.C. The Waite Fullerton Co., Ltd. 




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Offtch A.XD Factory Bltldings of The National Cash Regesths Co^efany- Daytos, Ohio. 
B-jS and Gray Brick, rnanu faotured by The Colutnbas Brick: and Terri Cotta Company. Columbus, Obio, were us=ii La tlie facades of these bnHdmss- 



PRODUCTS. 



COLOURS. 



KLXDS. 



SIZE. 



High-GradE Dry Pressed and Wire Cut Facixg Bricks. Brick ^Lantels and 
Arches made to order. 

Buff. Gray, Buff Speckled and Gray Speckled in Dr>' Pressed; Ivor)" and Gray in 
plain Wire Cut: Buff. Om-x Gray. Granite, 
Flemish. Terra Cotta Astrakhans. 

Standard and Norman sizes in Dn.- 
Pressed; Standards only in Wire Cut 

Standards, 2^ x ^ x S^. Dr\- Pressed; 
Standards, 2^,8x4x8' 3, Wire Cut; Xormans. 



2fe X 3 X II 



ESTABLISHED 

WEIGHTS. 

niPERVIOUS 

BRICK. 

EFFLORES- 
CEXCE. 

SPECIALTY. 




PROMPT 
SHIPMEXTS. 

CATALOGLTE 
SA^IPLES. 



Standard Dr}- Pressed. 5,650 pounds per 
thousand; Wire Cut, 5.730 pounds per thou- 
sand: Xormans, 6.030 pounds per thousand. 

Attention is called to our Ivor\- Imper\-ious Brick, which are especiall}- adapted 
for li^ht courts, and all inside and outside facines. 

Our brick are free from efflorescence. 

We make a specialty and carr}- extra large stocks of ASTRAKHAN rough textiu-e 
brick. X'otwithstanding the fact that the faces of these brick are rough, the form is 
perfect, and they run ver>- even in size, and we claim thev are the best brick of this 
character on the market to-day. We make three assortments of the Buff Astrakhans : Buff, 
Om-x and Buh-On}-x ; of the Gray Astrakhan : Gray, Granite and Flemish. The Flemish 
Astrakhans, used mostly for Headers in Flemish Bond, are flashed ahnost to a brown. 

We cany- at all times a large and well-assorted stock, insuring prompt shipments. 

Catalogues and samples cheerfully forwarded on application to main office or 
nearest agencv. 



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AMERICAN ENAMELED BRICK AND TILE CO. 



AiMERICAN ENAMELED BRICK AND TILE CO. 

Enameled Brick in Standard and Ornamental Shapes. 

centurian building, 1 1 82 broadway, 

NEW YORK, N.Y 

Tel^pbonks. 4160-4161 Madison Square. Cable Address. - Amerebreck /' 

REPRESENTED IN AI^l. I.ARGE CITIES OF UNITED 3TATES> AND IN 

MONTREAL. OTTAWA. TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINDSOR, WINNIPEG, CALGARY and VANCOUVER, CANADA. 




PRODUCTS. 
TERRITORY. 

DETAILS REQUIRED 
FOR ARCH BRICK, 



WORKING DRAWINGS 
FOR ARCHES. 



SPECIAL FEATURES 
AND ADVANTAGES 
OF OUR ENAMELED 

BRICK. 



CLEANING. 



SPECIAL DESIGNS, 



STOCK DESIGNS. 



COLOURS AND THEIR 
DESIGNATIONS. 



UNIFORMITY OF 
SHADES. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Above Colors can be fui'nislicil in eitlicr Britrlit, Medium or Mntt Finish. 

ENAMELED BRICK in Standard Sizes and Ornamental Shapes. {See pUtesj 

The business operations of this firm cover the entire United States, Canada and SouLh America. 

When ordering arches, please furnish dttaiU as long as possible in advance of the lime the arches will be required. We should be allowed from three 
to six weeks' time to make up Arch Brick. Arch Brick should be made to order to sccutl- sati?^fnctory work. \\<^ keep no standard arches in stock. 
We cannot ahvays 1,'uarantec uniformity of shade in arches as In regular deli\eries of fir^^t quality plain stock brick. 

IVe parlicularly call atUntio^i to the cut shov:iug study of a ivindoiv opening, u-herein are used siack :ypecials, liitfihiuthTs particularly Flat and Circular 
Arches, ivhich, having lo be made special, often cause dujzoyi7is and somelimes serious delays. 

We make full-sized working drawings Cshrinkage scale), and mark drawin^^ so that each different brick ha:^ its own desi^'nating letter or number in arch, 
and make typewritten schedules. We ship you copy of drawing and scherUile with the brick to serve as guide in settini^. The mason should lay each 
brick on its place on drawintj before attempting to set the arch. We pack arches separately in barrels, and mark barrels distinctly to avoiJ confusion 
at job. 

In making our product we folloiv the English and xScolch systems, working on the stiff mnd process. This is without question the only process 
which insures dtirahiliCy and the closest relation of hond obtainable l>etween body and glaze. 

Our brick are burnt in but one fire, thus makinj^ the chemical change in the body and the ;:lazc simultaneouslv. 

Where manufacturers use the dry pressed process, the brick ha\e to be burnt Tirst us front brick before the enamel can be apphedj and fired atrain 
for the fluxing of the glaze. 

Where the enamel is applied on an already burnt brick and fiuxcd in a second fire, the bond is \veak and peeling is sure to follow. 

We use hard and durable glazes, not soft lead glazes frt?quenlly seen on inferior xr^des of Pjiameled Brick. 

We have not a single case during our twenty years of business where any pei-lin^< luis been ^ecn or reported. This i% better than any guarantee 
which we might be asked to give, as it covers a distributed output of nearly loo million brick located all over the United States. Canada, and South 
America, and subject lo all varieties of chmatic conditions. 

Enameled Urick are best cleaned with some alkaline solution such as Caustic Soda or Sodium Carbonate. This cleans the enamel and docs not 
affect the cement or lime mortar- 

AciDS^ Sulphuric, Nitric or Hydro-Chloric Acids, even in concentrated form, will not affect our glares, but if used as a wash, even when diluted 
they will attack the cement or lime mortar. The only commercial Acids which will attack and destroy our enamel are Hydrolluoric and Hydrofluosilicic. ' 

New designs of special mouCded shapes are always an eni^-ma when untrie;!, an:l frequently alTord unsiirmountabJe difi'iculties in avoiding the troubles 
they give, although an explanation of the cause is usuady easy to find. 

Much delay is saved by use of stock designs of moulded brick. 

These designs are chosen to reduce manufacrnring troubles and delays to a minimum ; to enable composite mouldings to be made up, and to enable 
prompt filling of orders. No other manufacturer offers the variety we do. (See plates.) Two stock sheds are devoted exclusively to these special's. 

We show herewith several samples of colour of our brick, together with their title and numerals. Colour is indicatd by hundred-numerals and 
shade by unit-numerals. For example, we indicate White by Nos. loi. 102. 103, and 104., N"o- loi being the lightest shade and 104. the darkest ' These 
are but a few of the many colourti we manufacture in both the matt and bright finish glazes. 

We guarantee uniformity of shades in all first-quality deliveries to the limit of practicability. Colours giving most uniform results are in order of 
degree of uniformity, white, red-brown and sage green. Other colour^ follow in irregular positions. 

We will try on orders of moderate size, or on larger orders, if ample time be given, to match in shade the moulded and stretcher stock on any order 
but cannot always guarantee to uniformly shade shipments of specials, 

N.B, — Uni/orjn Shading (71 First Quaiity White, Brown, Sage Creen, and Chocolate a specialty. 

In the following pages arc shown designs that we recommend as being most satisfactory in mamifacturing results. We try to keep a stock of these 
on hand, in standard colours and in linglisli and American sizes. 



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NAMEL CONCRETE BRICK 



17 NATIONAL BUILDERS' SUPPLY AND ENAMEL CONCRETE BRICK CO., LIMITED 



NATIONAL BUILDERS^ SUPPLY AND ENAMEL CONCRETE BRICK CO 

LIMITED 

Head Office: 30 St. Francois Xavier Street, 

MONTREAL, que;. 



PRODUCTS 



We manufacture Enamel Concrete Brick, and produce them in Pure White, 
Light Gray, Dark Gray, Cream, Light Buff, Dark Buff, Light Brown, Dark Brown, 
Light Red, Dark Red, Light Green, Dark Green, Light Blue, Dark Blue, and Black. 

Enamel Concrete Brick may be made in any colour or shade and "Faced" to 
give an Enamel, Pressed or Moss finish. 

Enamel Concrete Brick have been tested and examined by the leading archi- 
tects and engineers throughout the United States and Canada. They stand a greater 
test for strength and fireprooffng qualities than clay brick, and grow stronger and 
more impervious to weather conditions with age. 





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North-west Trust Building, 
Vancouver, B.C. 

J, P- Matlh^wsoo 5: Son, Architects; 
Dominion Construction and 
Supply Co., Contractors. 



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Carolina Court nniuDiN'G, 

\".\N'COUVISR, B.C. 

J, P. Mattlicu'son 5: Son. Architects; 
Dominion Construction ;ind Supply Co., 

Contractors. 



Walker Bank Buildtn'c. Salt Lake Citv. 

Earnest & Young, Architects, St. Louis; Jas. Stewart & Co., 

Contractors^ St. Loui?. 



ENAMEL 
FACING. 



OUR PLANT 



CURING. 



CO-OPERA 
TION. 



The Glossy finish of Enamel Concrete Brick is produced by a process which 
we control exclusively under hcense through the original patents. 

The facing, which is amalgamated with the backing under enormous pressure, is 
impervious to moisture, and will "rain wash," thus requiring no cleansing, even in 
the lighter tints, after the bricks are in the wall. 

We have installed at Mascouche, Que., a complete set of machinery and other 
appliances for making EnameIt Concrete Brick, which has a capacity of over 30,000 
in ten hours. These machines work automatically, so that our brick are handled but 
twice until stored ready for market. 

The curing of Enamel Concrete Brick is accelerated by steam treatment, which 
produces perfect crystalhzation and in the shortest possible time. No burning is 
necessary; therefore, no broken or distorted bricks are produced^ and a great saving 
of time is effected. 

We invite architects and engineers to visit our Ofifice and inspect our products, 
as we believe we have a Brick which will fill a need long-felt by those who wish to 
produce artistic effects as well as durable construction. 



HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK COMPANY 



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HYDRAULIC -PRESS BRICK COMPANY 

Hy-tex BricK 

LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF FACE BRICK IN THE WORLD, 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 

Principal Canadian Agencies: 

W. A. Freeman Co., Ltd., Cor. Hunter & Ferguson Aves Hamilton, Ont. 

Messrs. Haymak & Mills .. .. London, Ont. 

Alex. Bremner, Ltd., too Bleury Street Montreal, Que. 

Standard Supplies, Ltd., 96 Bank Street Ottawa, Ont. 

PrunEau & CiE., 140 rue St. Pierre Quebec, Que. 

Black Building Supply Co., Ltd., 201 :Mail Building Toronto, Ont. 

N. J. DiNNEN & Co., Ltd. Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria 

Northern Supply Company Edmonton, Alta. 

Twin City Sand Company Fort William, Ont. 

J. B. Turney & Co Lethbridge, Alta. 

J. B. Turney & Co Medicine Hat, Alta. 

General Builders Supply Co Moose Jaw, Sask. 

McKenzie & Thayer North Battleford, Sask. 

Twin City Sand Co Port Arthur, Ont. 

Bowman Supply Company Prince Albert, Sask. 

RoBSON Supply Company '. .. Regina, Sask. 

McKenzie & Thayer Saskatoon, Sask. 



American Branch Offices: 

Baltimore, Md.: Title Building. 
Chicago, III. : Chamber of Commerce Building. 
Cleveland, Ohio: Schofield Building. 
Davenport, Iowa: Putnam Building. 
Dubois, Pa.: Hy-tex Building. 

Indianapolis, Ind.: Board of Trade Buildinsf. 



Washington, D.C: Colorado Building. 



Kansas City, Mo. : Rialto Building. 
Minneapolis, Minn.: 211 S. Fourth St. 
New York, N.Y.: 481 Fourth Ave. 
Omaha, Neb.: Woodmen of the World Bldg. 
Philadelphia, Pa. : Real Estate Trust Bldg, 
Toledo, Ohio: Ohio Building. 



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PRODUCTS. Hy-tex Brick: Face Brick. Front Brick, ]Matt Brick, Pressed Brick 

Impervious Brick, Ornamental Brick, Flashed Brick, Spotted Brick, Speckled 
Brick, Mottled Brick. Ironspot Brick, Moulded Brick, including Blackstones 
Bokar.\hs, Hydr.\ulic, Menominee Sand Moulds, Velours, Washington Grays' 
WiNSLOw Iroxspots, etc. 

Enamelled Brick: Hy-namel Brick, Hy-namel Courts, and Porcelain Brick 
vSalt Glazed Brick. 

TRADE-MARK. "Hy-tex'' is the only name which stands for universal quality in brick, and for 

that only. All other brick trade-marks mean some one colour or some one texture 
ihe Hy-tex trade-mark means simply best brick. And there's a Hy-tex Brick in 
m every colour and even.' texture. 

TEXTUrIs^^'^ to ^.r^lT"^- ^^"""'P ^''"'"^ Y''^ '' ^^^^ ^^ ^'^^'y ^°^°^^ ^^d ^^^^y texture known 
I EX PL RES. to bnck-burnmg. Colour cards and samples sent on request. 

SIZES. 



Standard, Roman, Norman, English and Special Sizes. 



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g'^OPER.^TlVE It IS our aim to deliver a service in keeping with the quality of our products Our 
SER\ ICE. agencies and naanagers are ahvays glad to co-operate wi?h architects on spec al brick 

E Suc'd wi!h Hv texTrirr maintained at all our offices to show effects ?hat can be 
proauced \Mth H>-tex Brick laid m various bonds and mortars. 



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HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK COMPANY 



HYDR AULIC - PRESS BRICK COMPANY 

Hy-namel buck 

LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF FACE BRICK IN THE WORLD, 

- 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 
For List of Agknciks SEE Preceding Page. 



PRODUCTS 

OUALITY. 



COLOURS. 

SIZES. 

MOULDED 
SHAPES. 

HY-NAMEL 
COURTS. 



Hy-namel Brick, Hy-namel Courts, Porcelain Brick. 

Hy-namel Brick has set a standard of quality and durability unapproached by 
any enamelled brick of foreign or domestic manufacture. 

White, Cream, Blue, Green, Brown, Speckled and Transparent Glazes. 

Standard, Roman, Norman, English and Special Sizes. 

We make such a wide variety of moulded brick that we feel it necessary to refer 
you to our moulded brick catalogxie, which will be sent on request. 

Hy-namel Courts are in every way equal in wearing quality to Hy-namel Brick. 
They are not, however, so carefully graded as to small imperfections, but they are in 
every way suitable for courts, light shafts, etc. 



GUARANTEE. We guarantee that Hy-namel Brick will not craze, scale off or discolour, under 

any climatic conditions. 



REFERENCES 



It is not any one particular building faced with Hy-namel Brick that wc submit as 
evidence of Hy-namel quality, but all of the hundreds of buildings in which it has 
been used. These buildings, some of which have been exposed to all sorts of weather 
for years, retain their original appearance. 




Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Station, Omaha. Nebraska, 
Showing Hy-namel Brick which has been in use more than sixteen years, and has no trace of cracking, scaling or discolouring. 



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BRICK 



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Corner View or Pooi 




Plan Vie:w at Cornefi of Hand Rail 

CuUNHK CoNSTRl'CTION IN SWiMMINO-POOL OV Hv-NAMIII. UkICK. 




Hy-NAian. MovLDui) Bhicv in Imtkriuh of Window. 



DlvTAlI.S ol- Hv-KAMm. liRICK CONSTKIXTION. 



SALT c;lazed 

BRICK. 



HV-THX SALT GLAZED HUICK. 

Thu development of Hy-tcx vSall Glazed Brick now offers the arcliilecl aii im- 
pervious and sanitary facing material for exterior and interior work where a sanitary 
bnck is desired, but where the appropriation docs not warrant the use of an enameled 

brick. 



DEvSCRIPIION. Hy-tex Salt Glaze is an impenetrable and indestructible Salt Glaze on an im- 

pervious, vitrified body, impervious to moisture, -cnii and dust-prt)of, iion-stainino- and 
everlasting. 1 he Glaze will not craze, crack, scale or peel under the most severe 
climatic conditions. 



COLOURS. 



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Hy-tex Salt Glazed Brick are assorted into eight shades, ranging from Light Straw 
through C^olden Browns lo Mahogany shades. 



:ONCRETE MACHINERY, ETC. 



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WETTLAUFER BROS 



WETTLAUFER BROS. 

178 Spadina Avenue, 
TORONTO, ONT. 

branches: branches : 

WETTLAUFERBROS.,3l6LagauchetiereSt., Montreal, Que. ;Halifax,N.S. R. F. Mancill, 117 loth Ave E. Calgary, Alta. 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co.. St. John, N.B. A. E. Hahnan, 117 loth Ave. E., Edmonton, Alta. 

J. L. Lachance. 363 St. Paul St., Quebec, Que. The Hallman Machinerv Co., 374 Alexander St., Vancouver, B.C. 
Canadian British Engineering Co., 324 Smith St., Winnipeg, Man. Mavsmith & Lowe. 1057 Wears St., Victoria, B.C. 

A. E. HODGERT, Regina. Sask. 

PRODUCTS. We are manufacturers of Concrete Mixers, Paving Mixers, Standard Mixers, Con- 
tinuous Mixers, Hand Mixers, 
TiETiNG Drum Mixers, 
Stationary Drum Mixers, 
Road Traction Mixers, Gaso- 
EiNE, Electric and vSteam 
Hoists, Power Press Brick 
Machines, Hand Brick Ma- 
chines, Stationary and 
Mounted Crushers, Eleva- 
tors, Belt Conveyors, Re- 
volving Screens, Tile Ma- 
chines, Block Machines, 
Gasoline Engines, Motors, 
Steam Engines, Boilers, 
Sidewalk Tools, Tile Cars, 
Brick Cars, Diaphragm, Cen- 
trifugal and Steam Pumps, 
Steam Shovels with Travelling 
Motion and Clam vShell Bucket, 
Automatic Trench Machines, 
Steam Diggers (capacity 150 
yards to 5,000 yards per day), 
vSteel Dump Cars, Contrac- 
tors' and Builders' Supplies, 
Etc. 




IU-..\VY CuNSTKrCTE^fN Pi'CHI.Iv DUl'M KLHCTRtJ HOLST. W[Tir R ICVJ^RSIIJIJ- \',\l<l,\ri[,E 
,SpEED Cn\-TK(>LLI':K ,\WIi Mirmw row HvTJKN, XtA<rAKA hWIJ ()ir<t:LT CrHKENt. 





No. 4 TiLTiKC Drum Heart-Shaped Mixer. 

Capacity. 12 cubic feet. 



Power Brick Press. 
Capacity, 12,000 to 15,000 for Cement, Clay Lime and Sand, 



INFORMATION. 



Prices and full information upon request. 



TREGILLUS CLAY PRODUCTS LIMITED 



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BRICK, ETC. 



TREGILLUS CLAY PRODUCTS LIMITED 

Head Office: 438 Lougheed Building, 

CALGARY, ALTA. 

Offices: Offices: 

304 Alexandra Bldg., 3 Banner Building, 

Edmonton, Alta. Regina, Sask. 



PRODUCTS. 



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ROUGHS. 



COLOURS 



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PAVING 
BLOCKS 



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Manufacturers of Face Brick, Paving Brick, Fireplace Tiles, Wall and 
Floor Tiles. 




Tregil Roughs are the highest quality face brick made in Western Canada 
iiiese are stiff mud, hard-burned bricks, with a rough texture face. The stiff mud 
process of face brick making is the only one that produces hard, impervious 
beautifully-coloured, lastmg front bricks. ^ ' 

Tregil Roughs represent the most modern, artistic type of brick for facin£ 
purposes. There is a range of colours embracing ^ 



Light Reds 
Dark Red. 
Chocolate. 
Purple. 
Buff. 



Red Hearts. 

Golden Brown. 
Dark Brown. 
Gun Metal. 
Green. 



The variety of colours enables the builder to obtain the individual note in the 
iWuce th\^1d;'S^h%u'^^^^^ ^^"'^^ '^^^^^"^^ '' harmomourshad^^^^^^^^ 

requ J^e^nrrJ pt^emeTwS;^^ '^'°'^^. k ''\^^^ ^'^ ^"'« ^3^ -^derate 

supply the best'qualTtr^moderaTe p^^^^^^^^^ ""'' ""^ *<= ^^^^ °^ ^a.garv. We 



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TIffi OHIO QUARRIES CO 



THE OHIO QUARRIES COMPANY 

Citizens Building, 
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



PRODUCT 



PRICE- 



We produce "Buck- 
Eye Gray" Sand- 
stone, a stone that is 
particularly noted for 
its uniformity of tex- 
ture and colour. In 
colour it does not have 
the dull or hfeless ap- 
pearance of many 
stones or imitations of 

stone. 

Our stone is about 
95% silica, and it is, 
therefore , a splendid 
fireproof material, 
much superior to 
Granite, Limestone or 
Marble in this respect. 

Crushing strength : 
9,000 pounds per 
square inch. 

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The price is uniform 
and well known to con- 
tractors generally , so 
that architects need 
have no hesitation in 
specifying "Buckeye 
Gray" vSandstone 
from the Ohio Quarries 
Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio ; the price will not 
be increased by reason 
of such specification. 

Many discriminating 
architects give us this 
exclusive specification. 

We shall be pleased 
to furnish architects, 
contractors, etc., with 
samples and other in- 
formation upon re- 
quest. 



References. The following are a 

few of the buildings In 
which "Buckeye 
Gray" Sandstone 
was used : 



SAMPLES. 




LlEUTKNANT-CuVER.VUM'S RkSIDUNCI;, ToBONTh 




Post Office. MansfiiiLu, Oejiu, 



Carnegie School, Toronto; School of Higher Education, Montreal; Oakwood High School. Toronto; Lieutenant-Governor s 
Residence, Toronto (cue stone trimmings); General Electric Co. Blclg., Toronto; Memorial Hall. University of Toronto; Main 
City Library Toronto- Osgoode Hall. Toronto: Lansdowne School, Toronto; Ricgai School, Toronto; Homewood bchool, 
Toronto- Imperial Bank of Canada, Winnipeg; N.W. Travellers' Commercial Association Bldg.. Calgary; First Church of Christ, 
Scientist, Ottawa; numerous Post Offices, Court Houses, Banks, Churches, and other prominent public and private buildings m 

the United States. 



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FOR QUEBEC: 

T. A. MORRISON & CO., 

204 St. James St., Montreal. 



HEAD office: 
1060 YoNGE Street, 
TORONTO. 



PATTERN shop: 

Foundry and Stone Yard, 
WESTON, ONT. 



PRODUCTS. 



ROMAN STONE to architects' details. "ROMAN STONE" is a registered trade mark. The 
process is protected bv the Ste\-ens patent and has been brought to great perfection. 

The stone is Cast in sand moulds, and is composed of crushed marble and selected cement, m the 
proportion of 3^^ to i, and stands a test of over one ton to the square inch. 

It is dressed and tooled after maturing _ 




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ADVANTAGES 



COST. 



Gk-m-hh; Arts liriLriiNn, Turo.nto. F. S. B.'Ikek. Architect. 

Over Natural Dressed Stone. 
"Roman Stone" can be reinforced to carry any load. 
It can be easily set, as hooks are cast in the top of each stone. 

Ashlar can be lirml_\- bonded by wall ties cast in the backs of the stones. It has no seams, stains, 
flint or other imperfections. We make no second grade of stone. 

Over Other Artificl\l Stone, which is made by the "drj^ process," being rammed into wooden 
moulds. 

"Roman Stone" can be cut or carved, as it is the same quaHty throughout. 

"Roman Stone" is perfectly cr\'stalized, on account of abundance of water in the mixture, which 
runs mto the sand moulds keeping the stone saturated for days. 

"Roman Stone" has greater density and toughness, owing to the method of casting in sand. 

Machine Toollng is possible after the stone is matured and gives a better finish than tooling secured 
by wooden moulds. 

The price of "ROMAN STONE" is practically always lower than that of cut natural stone, some- 
times bemg as much as 50*^^ less. The greatest difference is found in a design which calls for repetition 
of complicated or ornamental details. 

Samples sent on request. Estimates given promptly. Send plans. 



ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA, FAIENCE, GARDEN POTTERY 25 



ATLANTIC TERRA COTTA COMPANY 



ATLANTIC TERRA COTTA COMPANY 



Plant I. 
Plant 2. 
Plant J. 
Plant 4. 
iPlant 4. 



1 1 70 Broadway, NEW YORK, N.Y. 
Largest Architectural Terra Cotta Company in the World. 
Cable Address — -"Cottaterra," New York, via Western Union or Commercl\l Cable. 
TottenvUle, S.I., N.Y. Successor to — Canadian Agencies: 

Perth Amboy, N.J. The Atlantic Terra Cotta Co. Calgary. Alberta. Tvlontreal, Quebec. 

Rocky Hill, N.J. Excelsior Terra Cotta Co. Toronto, Ontario. Winnipeg, Manitoba, 

Perth Amboy, N.J. Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co. And Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Faience only.) Standard Terra Cotta Works. 



PRODUCTS- 



APPLICATION 



QUALITIES 



MODELLING 



COLOURS. 



DELIVERY. 



FACILITIES. 



INFORMATION 



COST. 



Architecturai, Terr-\ Cotta; Faiexce; Garden Pottery of exceptionally high grade. 

Architectur-al Terra Cotta. — Lustrous glazed, matt 
glazed, and ordinary surface in any one of many colours. 

Faience- — Polychromatic combinations in great variety 
of soft and bright colours. 

Garden Pottery. — Garden vases, jars, sundial pedes- 
tals, etc., in many distinctive colours. 

Atlantic Terra Cotta is used for exterior and interior 
construction and decoration. It possesses every essential 
quality of a practical structural material, and possibilities 
for modelling and colour treatment that are imique. It may 
be used exclusively or in connection with any other building 
material, matching or contrasting in surface, texture and 
colour. 

Practicai,. — Atlantic Terra Cotta is absolutely unim- 
paired by hre or weather; it stands any necessary compres- 
sion when properly constructed, and is permanently durable. 

Decorative. — It is easily modelled in architecttiral 
design or figure work, and the possibilities for colour treat- 
ment are practically unlimited. 

Mechanical. ^ — Accurate alignment and close-fitting 
joints, obtained by machine grinding, are prominent charac- 
teristics of Atlantic Terra Cotta. 

The Atlantic Modelling Departments are experienced in 
the various styles of architectural ornament and fully able 
to execute figure work. Atlantic modelling has character 
and strength, is free from constraint and thoroughly con- 
sistent with the desired precedent. The models in a finished 
state are subject to the architect's revision. 

Standard- — Comprises the grays, reds, browns, buffs and 
granite colours, with ordinary finish (similar to smooth lime- 
stone) . 

Glaze. — Lustrous or matt surface, comprises white and 
the various shades of cream. The lustrous finish is similar 
to polished marble, and the matt to smooth but unpolished 
marble. 

Faience or Polychrome. — Comprises all the brighter 
colours — greens, yellows, blues, etc. Faience colours are 
made in several textures, may be used in any desired com- 
bination, and are interchangeable with the other two classes. 
Atlantic bright gold is a unique Terra Cotta colour, and 
makes a permanent gold commercially possible. 

Softness of tone and texture gives Atlantic Faience 
colours the distinction of the unusual without suggestion of 
the bizarre. There are few fixed standards; generally new 
shades are made according to the architect's ideas for every 
contract of importance. 

Shipments are made on lime according to prearranged 
schedule dates. The efficiency of Atlantic service greatly 
discounts the possibility of delayed deliveries. 

The var\nng size of the four Atlantic factories in the 
North insures the same high quality and excellent ser^'ice 
on large and small contracts. 

A card to the Atlantic Terra Cotta Company, New York, 
will bring illustrated booklets and other information. 

Every piece of Atlantic Terra Cotta is made for the build- 
ing in which it is to be used, and is designed to occupy a 
certain place in the building. Prices are based entirely upon 
estimates made from the architect's plans and specifications. 
Plans forwarded for estimate to main or any branch office 
receive immediate attention. In general, the price of 
Atlantic Terra Cotta will range from twenty to fifty per 
cent, lower than other high-class structural materials, and in 
the case of a design that calls for extensive or intricate 
modelling the saving will be particularly great. 




Copyright, B. G. Milchtll, NY. 

WOOLWORTH Bun.DlNG. N'EW YORK. 

Entirely of Atlantic Architectural Terra Cotta OO all elevations 

for fifty-two complete storeys 



THE NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA COMPANY 



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THE NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA COMPANY 

Main Office and Works: 2525 Clybourn Ave. 

CHICAGO, ILL., U.S.A. 








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OF THIS MAGNIFICENT 

BUILDING ABOVE SECOND 

STOREY— CREAM COLOURED 

SATIN FINISH 

"NORWETA" ENAMEL 

TERRA COTTA 






Canadian Pacific Raihvay Building, Toronto, Ontario. 

THE HIGHEST OFFICE BUILDING IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE 



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THE NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA CO. 



THE NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA COMPANY 

CHICAGO, ILI.. 




WINNIPEG ELHCTRIC BUILDING, WINNIPEG. CANADA. 

C. vS. Frost and Pratt & Ross, Architects. 

Entire fronts faced with "Nonveta" Terra Gotta from above second story cornice to skyline, 

Color — a Red Standard Granite; courses alternating light and dark. 



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THE NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA COMPANY 



THD NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA CO. 
Presents the following brief and safe Specification for Architectural Terra Cotta: 



GKNHRAL 
CONDITIONS. 



Specifications for the Terra Cotta for. 
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All Terra Cotta work for this building is shown as coloured /cREENlon the Gencnil Drawings, and this Contractor 

shall furnish and deliver \ red / 

F.O.B. Cars or Boat [ 
' At Building < All Terra Cotta thus shown. 

At Building and Erect [ 

All material and workinansliip must be strictly first-class and in accordance with General Drawings, Details and 
Specifications, and the absolute durabiliLy- of the material must be guaranteed; it must be burned as hard as the Standard 
Sample of the Northwestern Terra Cotta Company, and must have webs or partitions in sufficient number to give it a 
compressive strength equal to that of the brickwork. 

Contractor for Terra Cotta to submit promptly to Architect for his approval or correction, diagrams showing all 
points involving special construction which may not be clearly shown on Architect's drawings. as> for instance^ jointing, 
bonds, bed anchoring, engagements with structural iron or concrete, construction of cornices, railings and transoms, ar- 
rangement of gutters, downspouts, etc. 

All work must be straight and true; all material must be laid out and fitted to exact sizes at the factory, with allowance 
made for joints of such thickness as directed by Architect or agreed upon; joints for enamel work to be ground on rubbing 
bed to a thickness not to exceed one-eighth of an inch. Full setting diagrams, showing corresponding marks on the Terra 
Cotta pieces, must be provided. 

No discoloured, painted, cracked or spawled pieces will be accepted. 

The colour to be uniform and according to sample selected. Contractor for Terra Cotta will, on request of Architect 
furnish such copies of shop drawings as may be desired by other Contractori; whose w^ork engages with Terra Cotta. 



SURFACE. 



MODELLING. 



SURFACE FINISH. 



JOINTING. 



(Use the following terms to properly designate material desired). 

Bright or Glossy Enamel. Applying to a full bright, shiny surface. 

VvLh Matte Enamel Applying to a dull surface. 

Staxdard Applied to colours produced by natural body colour or surface sprayed with a clay coating. 

Polychrome Where two or more colours are applied on enamel or standard surface; specifying 2, 3, 4 or 

more colours on same piece. 

Staxdard Granite A mottled surface on Standard Terra Cotta fa granite effect). 

Glazed Granite A mottled glazed surface (a polished granite effectj. 

All ornaments to be modelled by experienced artists. Contractor for Terra Cotta shall promptly submit to Architect 
photographs of ornament for his approval or correction, or Architect will inspect ornamental work at factory. 

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On Bright Glossy fPlain Surfaces — Usually smooth finish. 

or -j Mouldings and Washes — Usually smooth finish. 

Dull Matte Enamel (Background of Ornament — Smooth or Hatched. 
On Standard Terra Cotta — An irregular drove of eight lines to an inch. 

Raised joints are the most suitable both for enamels and Standard material. 



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SETTING. 



Provide anchor holes necessary to secure the Terra Cotta finnly to structural steel, brickwork, concrete, etc. 
All wuU and strap anchors to be cuL and bent on scaffold and material for these to be supplied by Mason. 

Mason will provide and erect scaiTolding, and deliver on scaffold all mortar required to set the Terra Cottij, and will 
furnish hoisting apparatus and power to raise Terra Cotta to required heights. 

The Mason will fill and back up all Ihc Terra Cotta when set in place on the wall, and will clean down all Terra Cotta. 
together with brickwork, when completed. 

The Carpenter will do all centering required and protect with board covers the Terra Cotta set in place, where con- 
sidered necessary in the judgment of the Superintendent. 



JNKW YORK AKCHITECTUKAL TKKKA COTTA COMPAJNY 'SO 



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NEW YORK ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA COMPANY 

One Factory—One Management — For 28 Years. 

HIGH-GRADE ARCHITECTURAL TERRA- COTTA. 

Main Office and Works: 
401 Vernon Avenue, 

BOROUGH OF OUEENvS, NEW YORK CITY, NY. 



Telephone: Astoria 700. 



Cable Address: "Terra-Cotta.' 



PRODUCTS. 



quality. 



LOCATION. 



High-Grade Architectural Terra Cotta, Plain, Ornamental and Faience, for interior and exterior decoration 
and construction, m full variety of colors and finishes, including polychrome, full jjlaze, satin finisli matt glaze semi 
glaze and limestone. Pure white full glaze, cream matt and granite a specialty. All work absolutely non-absorbent and 
impervious under all atmospheric and climatic conditions. 

We have but one grade, the best, and prefer to do work for particular people who want and demand that kind of 
service. All work is carefully inspected, properly fitted and joints machine-ground before leaving our factory. 

One factory only-in the City of New York, on the Long Island side of the East River, and practically under the 
Queens Borough Bridge Se\-en minutes from Third Avenue and Fifty-Ninth Street. Manhattan; fifteen minutes from 
Fifth Avenue and horty-Second Street. MwnuLUb irom 








DELIVERY. 



FACILITIES. 



ESTIMATING. 



EiRKs Building. Vancouver, British Columbia. 
SoMERviLLE & Putnam. Architects 




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FEDERAL TERRA COTTA COMPANY 



FEDERAL TERRA COTTA COMPANY 



Trinity Budg., hi Broadway, New York. 



MONADNOCK BlDG., ChICAGO, IlL 



OFFICERS: ■■ 

Deforest Grant, Prest. and Gen'l Manager. 

Edwin Thorne, Vtce-Prest. 

WiLLL^M B. DiNSMORE. Treasurer. 

DwiGHT W. Taylor, Sec'y and Asst. Treas. 

Norman Grant, Ass't Gen'l Mgr. 

Harry I,ee King, Sales Manager, 



MANUFACTURERS OF A SUPERIOR GRADE 

ARCHITECTURAL 
TERRA COTTA. 

Factory: WooDBRrDCE, N.J. 

(PfiNNA. R.R.I. 



CANADIAN representatives: 

John Lindsay, 25 Toronto Street, Toronto, 
Hyde & Sons, 12 Bleury Street, Montreal. 
John Sutherland, 328 Pender St.. Vancouver 
Alsip Brick. Tile & Lu\fBER Co., 

Builders Exchaiig:e, Winnipeg, 



PRODUCTS. 



ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA for EXTERIOR and INTERIOR USE, 
manufactured in the fullest lines of gray, buff and red shades, in STANDARD 
VITREOUS finish; MATT and FULL GLAZED finish in white, cream and poly- 
chrome; specialties in an unexcelled line of GRANITE COLOURS with GLAZE and 
DULL finishes. 







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Royal Bamk, Toronto, 

Ross & MacDonald, Architects. George A. Fuller Co., Builders. 

Limestone Coloured Vitreous Gra>'' Terra Cotta from Second Storey Caps to Cornice. 

OTHER REPRESENTATIVE CONTRACTS. 



BITTLDINJG, 

Ritz CarJton Hotel 

Metropolitan Bank 

Central Technical School 
Bishop Street Apartment 
Union Bank 



LOCATION, ARCHITECT. 

Montreal WarrcEi & W'etmore. 

Toronto Darling & Pearson. 

Toronto Ross & MacDonak), 

Montreal Charles A. Mitchen. 

Toronto Bond & Smith. 



BUILDING. LOCATrON- 

Terminal Station Detroit 

Otis Building Chicago , 

North-Western Mutual Life Milwaukee 

EquitabDe , New York 

Biltmore Hotel New York 



ARCHlTecT. 

Warren & Wetmore. 
Holabird & Roche. 
Marshall & Fox. 
Ernest R. Graham, 
Warren & Wetmore. 



CHURCH, ROSS & COMPANY 



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CHURCH, ROSS & COMPANY 

40 Hospital Street, 
MONTREAL. 

SOLE CANADIAN AGENTS FOR 

THE DENIVELLB HYDRAULIC COMPOSITE STONE COMPANY 

Office and Works: 

609-619 West 55TH Street, 

NEW YORK. 



PRODUCTS. 



We produce a genuine SUBSTITUTE, not an Imitation Stone, having 10 Standard 
Grades to select from, beside others as specialties. 

Over 200,000 feet of Composite Travertine Stone, an imperishable material, was 
used in the Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, New York City — a fact which speaks 

for itself. 




Pe-vnsylvania Railroad Terminal. Kew York. 
McKim, Mead & White, Architects. 



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SERVICES. 



We are prepared to give figures on the most extensive building where our com 
posite stone can be used advantageously, both for exterior or interior finishes. 



^P.^^^^P*^^^^" ^^'e solicit correspondence with architects, and are always ready to furnish esti 

ENLE. mates and reliable information. 



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CHURCH, ROSS & COMPANY 



SERVICES. 



II^LUSTRATION 



CHURCH, ROSS & COMPANY 

40 Hospital Street^ 
MONTREAL, QUEBEC. 



We are prepared to design and erect in REiNFOReED Concrete, buildings of any kind requiring 
fireproof construction, including fireproof partitions. 

We also give special attention to Concrete Sidewalks. 

The Read Building, which occupies the block bounded by St. Alexander, Laugaucheticre, Hermine 
and Jurors Streets, Montreal, was built by us on the cantilever flat slab system of reinforced concrete 
construction, at the rate of about a floor each week. Each floor contains 22,000 square feet of space 
and is sustained by 94 columns running from 30 inches at bottom storeys to 16 inches at top and is 
capable of sustaining loads equal to beam construction. 




REFERENCES. 



The above cut shows the Read Building as on December 2Sth, 191 2. with some 35,000 square feet 
of tarpaulin enclosing the three floors, which are maturing under hot air application. This is a feature 
of our construction, and enables us to continue effective operations e\-en in zero weather, and at the 
rate of about one floor containing 22,000 square feet of surface, with 94 columns, each week. 



A few representative concrete buildings done by us. 



St. Lawrence Sugar Refining Co. Building. 
The Ames Holden Company (Factory). MontreaK 
The Munderloh Company (Warehouse). Montreal. 
Bell Telephone Co. (St, Louis Exc), Montreal. 
Sherwin-Williams Co. (Storage Bklg.), Montreal. 
Singer Mfg.. Co. (Kilns and Storage), St. John's, (Jue. 



The Geo. W. Reed Co.. Limited (Factory), Montreal. 
Shcrlirookc Aparlmenls;. Montreal. 
Dominion Oilcloth Co., Montreal. 
Canadian Bank of Commerce. MontrcaL 
Royal Victoria Hos|>iLal, Montreal. 



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TRUSSED CONXRETE STEEL CO. OF C\NADA, LIMITED 



T. H. Stevess, 
23 Jordan St., Toronto- 



Head Office asd Works: WALK£R\TLLE, ONTARIO. 

Branches: 

G- B. Revxolds, O. E- Harmon' and A. St. Clair Rilev. R. E. \V'. Hagarty, 

128 CoRisnxE Bldg., Moxtre-U.. Uxiox Ba-vk Bldg., Wixntpeg. 52 Hutchison Bldg., Vancoc^-er, B.C 






IC\HX 

TRUSSED 

BAR. 



KAHN 
TRUSSED 




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The K^hn Trussed Bar for reinforcing 
concrete consists of a main horizontal bar 
and rigidlv connected diagonal shear mem- 
bers. The cross section of the bar has two 
horizontal flanges projecting at opposite sides. 
These flanges are sheared up at intervals to 
form the rigidly connected diagonals making 
a unit of rnain bar and shear members. 

Rigid connection of shear members is 
the one essential requirement of properly 
constructed reinforced concrete beams. It is 
necessary" for strength, safety, economy, 
durability and fireproofness of the finished 
structure- 

The Kahn Trussed Bar, the main pro- 
duct of the well-known ^ahn System of 
Reinforced Concrete, has a record of success- 
ful use in over 10,000 structures in this 
country' and abroad, and has received the en^ 
doisement of the United States Govern- 
ment, architects, engineers and builders. 

The Engineering Department of the Trussed Concrete Steel Company prepares, without charge, detail drawings of rein- 
forced concrete work in any structure in which Kahn Trussed Bars are used. The drawings show clearly the exact location of 
ea ch reinforcing bax and the detailed size of all the concrete work. 

Each bar is designed for its distinct place in the structure, and is plainly marked so that the builder can tell from the 
drawings just where it belongs. We especially ask architects, engineers, and btxilders to avail themselves of the ser\'ices of our 
Engineering Department 








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Bar- Weijli^, 3,7 poamfc per foot; 
Area, o.7<> T-^uane incb^f; stS-Q- 
dard kagth of diaeooalT. 12 
tnc!^: Spedal le a ytlaa. 9 iac&cs. 



X ^ in, I 2^i in. Kahn Trussed 
Bsr, Weight, i_8 [XMuid^ per foot: 
Area- i.4r ^QO^re inches; Standard 

special teagths. IS incfae^ and 30 iocfivs. 



iff in, X 2*-i in. tCattn Trassed Bar, 
Weight, 6.S pounds per foot; Aita, 
j.oo =^tiare incbes; Standard tenfU^ 
of diaig<mal£. 24 inches; Special 
lengths. iS iocbes and jo ioch^. 



I in, I 3^ in. K^ha Traseed Bar. 
Waght. 10,2 pounds per foot; Area. 
3-00 sQuare inches; Standard Imcth 
of diagouais. 30 inches; Special 
length. ±4. inches. 



RIB 

BARS. 



SECTION-S OF KASS BAR. 




RIB 
METAL. 



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The Rib Bar for reinforcing concrete is a special rolled section with a series of cross ribs so designed as to secure maximum 
gnp on the concrete, ^ ^i^ixi 

-n.. '^!i^^ f T "? manufactured from the highest grade of open hearth steel with an elastic limit of 50.000 lbs. per square inch 
The quality of steel is such as to give a bar of greater strength without sacrificing ductUitv ^u^*- men. 

The Rib Bar has the greatest bonding qualities and ultimate strength of anv bar of "its t\-pe 

A ^ fL;°i T^^ ^'^^g by ^ishths of an inch from f inch diameter lip to i J inch; and in any length up to sixtv feet 
roliii^' ^ ^ "'"^ "^^ ^ ^'"""^"^ ^° ^^ ^^'' '^ ^^ ^^"^^^ '' °^ ''^'^^' ^^^' ^d ^'^^ ^ gi^-n to'^seL^e speSai 

rJ-^^t ^'^T'^r^T ^-^■^^^-^'- ;oR CONCRETE SL.^s. WALLS .oo) COXDOTS-Consist of a ^ries of nine straight bars or ribs 
Tn^w ^"*^^^.b>" cross memberB formed from the same sheet of steel. These cross members accoirately spa of arid thorough^ 

Bei?' rSrS^ornteX^'h' ^hTJh'''-^' ^ ^^^' "^^ reinforcement against temperature and shr^Se^traTns ^ ' 
oemg a series 01 nine bars handled m one piece. 

Rib Metal saves labour and assures accuracy in placing.' 

Rib Met.^i, is stiff and rigid— not pliable and wir>-. 
"ttTien placed in the concrete it stays where it is placed. 

Rib Met-vl has the following advantages as a re- 
inforcement for floor and roof slabs: 

I. It is in the form of a mesh. 

2- The main members span in the shortest straight 
line between the supports. 

3. The main bars are accurately located and anchored 

in the concrete by the cross members. 

4. The reinforcement stays located just where it is 

placed. 

Rib Met.\l is also supplied in curved sheets the 
balding bemg done in our shops to anv curi-e desired 
This makes Rib Metal especiaUy useful as a reinforce- 
ment for sewers and conduits. 

Rib Met.\l is manufactured from medium open- 
hearth steel— the best quality of steel for reinforcement 

Rib MET.A.L is furnished in seven si^es of mesh— 
2-mch. 3-mch. 4-mch. 5-inch. 6-inch, 7-inch and 8-inch— 
and m lengths up to 18 feet 




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35 TRUSSED CONCRETE STEEL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED 



KAHN SYSTEM OF REINFORCEMENT. 



STEEL FL0RETYLE5 




STEEL 
FLORETYLES 



PROPERTIES 
OF STEEL 
FLORETYLES 



Steel Floretyles are deeply corrugated steel tiles open on the underside. The bends at the corners and the deep ribs 
on the top provide exceptional stiffness against deformation and great rigidity in supporting loads- The narrow reinforced 
concrete joists between the Floretyles carry the loads to the supports. Ends of Floretyles lap with a tight joint. Floretyle 
construction effects a great saving in concrete, steel, centering and weight. 

For flat ceilings, Hy-Rib is used on the underside. The bottom edges of the Floretyles are serrated to straddle the 
ribs of the Hy-Rib and engage in the mesh, Floretyles are used with one-way reinforcement and Floredomes with two- 
way reinforcement. Both possess the same marked advantages over terra cotta tile- 
Rows of Floretyles are closed by means of End Tyles, 2 ft. long, or End Caps, fitting over the Floretyles. 

Depths: 6 in., 8 in,. 10 in., and 12 in. Width at Base: 20 inches. 

Standard Lengths (nominal), 4 feet and 3 feet. Actual lengths are one inch greater, to allow for end lap of one cor- 
rugation. 

Furnished either with serrated edges or straight edges. 




HV-RIB. 



HY-RIB. 



CONCRETE 

PAINTvS AND 

WATER- 
PROOFINGS. 

KAHN 

SYSTEM 
STEEL SASH 



Hy-Rib consists of a perfect steel lath surface stiffened by rigid high ribs. The ribs and the lath are manufactured 
from a single sheet of steel, making it a complete unit of lath and studs. 

No centering is required where Hv-Rib is used in concrete floors and roofs, as the ribs give sufficient strength and 
rigidity. In walls and partitions Hy-Rib does away w^ith the use of studs. The lath surface is straight and true, and the 
expansion is such as to provide a perfect clinch with a minimum amount of plaster. 

Uses for Hy-Rib are found in everv field of building operation — in construction work of all kinds. Floors, Roofs, Walls. 
Partitions, Ceilings, and Furring. Curved Hy-Rib bent in our shops is used for Arched Floors, Culverts. Conduits, 
Sewers. Silos, Tanks. Reservoirs and Tunnels. 

Hy-Rib is supplied in sheets lo^ inches wide, measured from centre to centre of the outside nbs. One hneal foot 
of each sheet covers j of a square foot of roof, floor, or wall surface. No allowance need be made in ordering for side laps, 
i these are provided in the Hy-Rib. End laps of 2 inches should be allowed where splice is made over the supports, other- 
ise 8 inches. Ribs of Hy-Rib are ]-% inches high and 3I inches apart. 

Standard lengths of sheets are 6 feet. 8 feet, 10 feet, and 12 feet. Intermediate and shorter lengths are cut from 
standard lengths. Waste in cutting is charged to purchaser. In ordering, always state length of sheet required. 

Hy-Rib is furnished in three thicknesses of metal represented by United States Standard Gauges^No. 28, No. 26, 
and No. 24. Other gauges, as desired, can be supplied in reasonable time. 

Hy-Rib is manufactured from the highest grade open-hearth rolled steel plates. 

Cross sectional areas of Hy-Rib per foot of width including side laps: 28 Gauge^ . 165 square inches; 26 Gauge, .198 

square inches; 24 Gauge, . 264 square inches. 

Trussed Concrete Chemical Products for Waterproofing and Finishing Concrete. 



as 
wise 



See also advertisement on page 329. 



THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 



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CLINTON REINFORCEMENT 



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PRODUCT. 



CLINTON 

REINFORCE 

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CLINTON 
FLOORS. 



THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 

Home Office: 
OSHAWA, ONTARIO. 

Branches: Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Chatham, Winnipeg 



Sole Sales Agents in Canada for CLINTON ELECTRICALLY WELDED 
WIRE, manufactured by THE CLINTON WIRE CLOTH COMPANY, Clinton, 
Mass, U.S.A. 

THE MATERIAL. — Clinton Electrically Welded Wire is a wire mesh reinforce- 
ment fabricated from a special grade of steel wire having an ultimate tensile strength 
of from 6o,ooo to 85,000 lbs. per square inch. 

USES. — The material is especially adapted for reinforcement in concrete floors, 
roofs, walls, sewers, reservoirs, levees and all kinds of slab construction. It is also 
used to special advantage as a wrapping for steel in all kinds of work involving the 
covering or protection of steel with concrete. 

THE ELECTRIC WELD. ^Transverse and longitudinal wires are connected 
by an absolute and perfect cross-weld actually fused together. 

THE RECTANGULAR MESH.— There are no zigzag or diagonal members. 
When used in floor or roof slabs, the longitudinal wires resist the main tensile stresses, 
while the transverse wires, which act as spacers for the longitudinals, serve to dis- 
tribute concentrated loads and to prevent cracking due to changes in temperature. 

THE PERFECT BOND. — The transverse wires, which are securely and abso- 
lutely connected to the longitudinals, provide at each welded point an absolute barrier 
against movement in the concrete. 

UNBROKEN CONTINUITY.— In floor and roof slabs perfect continuity is 
obtained— no laps, no splices, no misplaced steel, but always the full value of the 
reinforcement, representing exactly what the plans call for. 

EASE AND ACCURACY OF INSTALLATION.— It eliminates expense and 
uncertainty involved in the placing and wiring of loose rods. Great quantities can 
be laid in a very short time by the most unskilled labourer with absolute assurance 
that every reinforcing unit is in its proper position. 

' GALVANIZING.— All Clinton Wielded Wire is thoroughly galvanized, which 
offers a perfect protection against rust and corrosion. 

The various floor slabs of the type as shown by sketch and as herewith tabu- 
lated in the table have actually been tested in New York City and officially approved 
by the Bureau of Buildings for the hve loads as given. 



fi 



STOCK. 



INFORMATION 




^—-^ ^ ' a ■ ** * r*^' ^ ' *^ ■' ^ '■*'*" -^ ' ^' *''* "^ fl.*-' 'j>.^ 




APPROVED CLINTON FLOOR SLABS. 




Span 


Approved 

Live Load 

Lbs. per 

Sq. Ft. 


Thickness 
Of 

Slab. 




■ 


Cinton Welded Wire Reinforcement. 


C/C 
Beams 


Concrete. 


Longitudinals, 


1 ran s verses. 


How 




Gauge. 


Spacing, . Gauge. 


spacing. 


Specified. 


6' 0" 
6' 6" 
6' 6" 
7' 6" 
8' 0" 
13' 0" 


150 
300 

400 

200 

250 

150 


4" 
4" 

4" 

6* 




2 : 5 Cinder 
2 : 5 Cinder 
2 : 5 Cinder 
2 : 5 Cinder 
2 : 5 Cinder 
2|:.5 Stone 


No. 8 
No. 5 
No. 4 
No. 7 
No. 5 
No_3 


3" 
4" 

4" 

3 
2^ 


No. 10 
No. 9 
No. 9 
No. 10 
No. 9 
No. 8 


12" 
12" 
12" 
12" 

12* 
8" 


3 X 12 8/10 

4 X 12 5/9 
3 K 12 4/9 
4X12 7/10 

3 ^ 12 5/9 
2 X 83/8 



We carry in stock a large assortment of Clinton Fabrics, and can make imme- 
diate shipment at prices which will prove interestino". 

For information, printed matter and prices, address home office of The Pedlar 
People Limited, or any of their various branches- 



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CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT 



37 



CLARENCE W. NOBLE 



CLARENCE W. NOBLE 



ASSOC. M. AM. SOC. C.E 



417 New Birks Building, 
MONTREAL. 



117 Home Life Building, 
TORONTO. 



assoc. m. can. soc. ce- 

905 Electric Railwav Chambers, 
WINNIPEG. 



MY METHODS 



YOUR 

ALTERNA- 
TIVES. 



A FABLE. 



PERFECTION 
WIRE MESH. 



STRI^NGTH. 



ADVANTAGES. 



Represented by Herringbone LaTh Agents Everywhere. 



CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT. 





GvMMAsiuM, Okl.\[ioma Citv High School. 



THit..\TRE B.^LCONY. BlRNS TllE.\TKR. 



I supplement architects' plans by laying out reinforced concrete details, either to the architects' or my 
own calculations. These calculations arc made for unpatented reinforcement, either plain or twisted bars. 
I furnish you the bars for these details, cut to length, either straight or bent and ready to place as you may 
prefer. All this is for a lump sum price for the job. 

Don't lose sight of the reason you buy reinforcing steel. You need not insist that the reinforcement in 
a certain beam should cost a stated amount and weigh a certain amount. You do demand, though, that 
it should have a certain amount of strength. Ob\'iously, what you want is a given amount of strength for 
the least amount of money. 

A Patented, and, therefore, monopolized, bar is certainly not the best—that is, unless you feel inclined 
to give your money away. The Patent raises the price, but not the strength. The reason that you use a 
patented bar Is that their salesmen give you a "free" design. So do I. Only I frankly charge for my 
design and add the price to the cost of the most efficient reinforcement. As a result, I can duplicate the 
strength furnished in any patent bar design, furnishing the same or better service and reducing the cost 
of the reinforcement b)' a third. 

Two automobilists ran out of gasoline. Each had but fifty cents. One bought his t^ 

supply at a drug store. It cost him fifty cents a pint and came in a glass Ijottle with a 
parchment top. The other bought his in a tin can at a garage, at twenty-five cents per 
gallon. The drug store did the most advertising. Guess which man got his car home. 

Moral. The concrete reinforcement that costs the least per unit of strength is the 
kind a sensible man will use. 






A rectangular wire reinforcement made with No. 9 gauge, carrying wires spaced 

3 inches or 4 inches apart and No. 9 gauge cross wnres, 83-i inches, 13 inches, 16^2 iiiches 
or 22 inches apart. The crossing wnres are bound together by a third wire, bent to give 
a positive attachment without kinking any of the main 

wires. All material is high carbon, cold drawn galvan- 
ized steel wire, of exceptional strength. Standard sheets, 

4 feet wide by 250 feet long, shipped rolled. 

The four-inch spacing of carrying wnres gi\'es a mesh 
equivalent in strength to 10 gauge 60 lb. standard ex- 
panded metal. 

Continuous bond from one wall of building to the 
other. No danger whatever from faulty lapping, because 
there is no lap. Low cost of mesh and economy in laying, 
both in material and labour. Certainty of perfect quality 
throughout. A wire cannot be drawn if it has a flaw in it. 



Kindly mention Specification D-\ta when Inquiring. 




Placing of Perfection Mesh. 



C. A. P. TURJNJER 



38 



CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT 



C A. P. TURNER 

M.Can. Soc.C.E. 
M. Am.Soc. C.E. 

Consulting and Contr.\cting Engineer. 

"MUSHROOM SYSTEM" OF REINFORCED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. 

Steel and Reinforced Concrete Bridges and Buildings. 

Main Office; Sixth Floor, Walker Burton Building, 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 



Winnipeg: 

Fosness and Siverson, 
1005 Lindsay Bldg. 



Canadian Offices: 

Calgary : 
C. A. Lord, 
Leeson & LiNEHAiM Bldg 



Vancouver : 

A. P. HuECKEL, 

Vancouver Block, 



PRODUCTS. 
AN I) 

SERVICES. 



"MUSHROOM" 
FLAT SLAB 
SYSTEil. 



adaptation 

contracts 
executed. 



PATENTS. 



Inventor and Patentee of the "Mush- 
room System" of Reinforced Concrete 
Construction, the practical Flat Slab sup- 
ported directly on columns without the 
intervention of beams. 

Consulting Exgixeerlxg Work: 
Bridges and Buildings. 

Advantages. 
(i) The floor slabs are built so us to 
transport the load directly to the columns 
without the use of beams and girders and 
take full advantage of the extraordinary 
strength de\-elope'd bv slabs reinforced in 
several directions. "Mushroom System" 
floors are more economical for' heavy 
loadings ^than any other construction 

(2) The centering is simpHfied, thus 
reducing the cost of the temporal- parts 
of the construction. 

(3) The beams and girders, v hich 
interfere with light, cost mone\- to plaster 
and finish, and reduce the clear storey 
height, are eliminated. The arranjren-ent 
of the reinforcement is designed to secure 
a maximum efficiency of the material and 
place the maximum amount of steel 
around and over the tops of columns 
where shear and negati\'e moments are 
the greatest 

{4) The flat ceiling so obtained gives 
free and unobstructed illumination ?rom 
the wmdows, and permits the placing of 
partitions anpvhere without regard" to 
the floor, which is unusuallv rigid and 
sohd, due to the fact that a'part of the 
material, which in the beam tvpe is placed 
m the nb, is consoHdated "in the slab 
making the slab of unusual thickness' 
with an actual decrease in the totai 
amount of material where the loads are 
at all heavv. 

The "Mushroom Svstem" has been 
used m ever>- tj-pe of fireproof construc- 
tion. The list embraces court houses 
schools and State capitols, office build- 
ings, warehouses, factories and manufac- 
turing plants. 

More than 1,500 important structures 

have been completed or contracted for 

during the lirst eight years that it has 
been on the market. 

C. A. P, Turner, as the original in- 
ventor, has been granted patents cover- 
ing the basic elements of circumfcraiCal 
canhlever flat slab construction. Fullv pro 
tected by Canadian Patent No i;,567 




Reinforcing Steel in Place— ' Mushroom System." 




Test Load. 600 Lbs. per Square Foot. DefJection. ,\ Inch, 




Finished Interior— ■' Mushroom Sysl 



em. 



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WATERPROOFING MATERIALS 



39 



PINCmN, JOHNSON & CO. (CANADA), LIMITED 




PINCHIN, JOHNSON & CO. (CANADA), LIMITED 

TORONTO, CANADA. 



HALIFAX— E. F. Stevens. MONTREAL— David McGUl. WINNIPEG— The Waite-FulUrtoii Co.. Ltd. 

ST. JOHN— W. H. Thome & Co.. Ltd. QUEBEC— J. L- LaChance Ltd. 

Rnx!ir^-iVTM \ '^^^ Western Suppiy & Equip- SASKATOON— \ The Saskatchewan Supply 

i.L»Jviuwiur^— ,- — „. r-. ,.j PRINCE ALBERT—/ 



\ The Western Suppiy & Equip- 
LETHBRIDGE— J ' ^ 



Co., Ltd. 



VANCOUVER— I wrrn 1ST n'M»ii n„ t trf 
VICTORIA f "™' ■"■ '-' ^^'' *-'*■■ '-'^"- 




GENERAL. 



DEHYDRATINE 

No, I, 

See Figs, i, 2, page 40. 

DEHYDRATINE 
No. 2, 

DEHYDRATINE 

No. 3. 

See Fig. 3, page 40. 

DEHYDRATINE 

No. 4. 

See Fig. 5, page 41. 

DEHYDRATINE 

MASTIXEMENT. 
See Fig. 5, page 41. 

DEHYDRATINE 
No. 3- 

DEHYDRATINE 

No. 6. 

See Fig. 5, page 41. 



WATERPROOFING DEPARTMENT. 

A special department^ aside from their paint and varnish business- — devoted to the manufacture 
and sale of waterproofing materials under formulae of the A, C. Horn Company of New York. 

An engineering branch has been added as a special feature to meet the needs of architects and 
contractors by providing specifications, which will be free for the asking. By consulting this depart- 
ment it will be possible to effect a saving in waterproofing construction, let us plan this End of 

YOUR work for you, 

A bituminous compound in liquid state for application on the inside of exterior building walls, thus preventing the 
penetration of moisture or dampness; can be plastered directly upon or used in conjunction with furring and lathing. Damp- 
proofs superstructures. Forms an impenetrable film, rubber-like in consistency, from ground level to roof. 

A colourless liquid for exterior masonry surfaces to prevent efflorescence and other discolorations; damp-proofs by 
exterior application. May be used on the interior of concrete containers to prevent leakage. 

' A liquid for backing up limestone, marble, granite; etc., thus preventing discoloration on exterior surfaces of such 
stone. 

A liquid for exterior application on foundation walls, applied cold; easily applied and certain in results. Will not 
disintegrate and is unaffected by elements in the soil. Cannot crack or peel. 

■ 

A rich bitumen requiring heating, then mopped on foundation surfaces after the manner of tar or pitch; used in con- 
junction with MINERVA IRISH FELT. Used generally when heavy heads of water are to be resisted. 

A protective field coating for structural steel to prevent destructive influence due to contact with masonry surfaces. 
May be used in conjunction with RUST-BAAR, 

A rich bituminous mastic for application on rough foundation surfaces; applied with a trowel. Safer and more per- 
manent than ordinary felt and pitch or tar and less costly. 



DEHYDRATINE SLATE An elastic waterproof compound made in colours. This is an extremely tough material of putty-like consistency, very 
AND TILE CEMENT, durable and permanent. 



DEHYDRATINE 

ROOFING 

COMPOUND. 

MINERVA 
IRISH FELT. 
See Fig. 5, page 41. 

RUST-BAAR. 



One of the Dehydratine family made in colours and applicable for all modern roofs. 

'* The Dehydratines possess elasticity which insures their permanence in the slruchtrey 

Recogni2ed by engineers as the best reinforcing agent in substructural work where pressure is encountered. Used 
in conjunction with DEHY'DRATINE MASTIXEMENT. A wool composition strongly fabricated — will neither crack 
nor break. 

A protective shop coating for structural steel; used in conjunction with DEHYDRATINE No. 5. 



HYDRATITE No. i. Embracing what we were first to designate "THE INTEGRAL METHOD"— a finely ground powder used in a 2% 

(Powder). proportion to weight of cement for waterproofing concrete. Is a void filler and a void finder. Either incorporated in the 

See Figs. 7 to 8a inclusive, concrete mass or applied when embodied in the cement as a plaster coating; two pounds to the bag. 



HYDRATITE No. 2. 

(Paste) ^ 
See Figs, 7 to 8a page 4 t , 



KONCREX. 

SYMENTREX. 

SYMENTRIN. 

A. W, P. 

ACORN WATERTlTK 
MORTAR STAINS, ' 

BONDSIT. 



Used in the gauging mixture by adding one part of paste to every ten parts of water. Is an unstable, soluble agent 
decomposed by contact with the lime in cement, when it becomes a perfect medium, finding its way to all parts of the mass. 

Note. — -Hydratite, whether used in powdered or paste form, has the same ultimate effect, but is made in the two 
consistencies to meet individual preferences of the user. 

A priming coat for cement floors — used to equalize the porosity of concrete before applying SYMENTREX. 

A liquid concrete, applied as a paint to alleviate the dusting and abrading of concrete floors. Made either as a gloss 
enamel or flat finish. Adaptable for all exterior masonry surfaces to provide a water-shedding surface with colour effect. 

A near relative to SYMENTREX; for decorating plastered walls, thus providing a washable flat surface, artistic as 
well as permanent. 

A paint in paste form— only requiring mixing with water. The resultant is waterproof and can be applied on damp 
surfaces with excellent results. The only effective paint on the market that can be successfully applied to damp surfaces. 

Produced in all shades, either in dry or pulp. Colours are absolutely permanent. Renders joints waterproof. 

A powerful acidulated powder. When diluted with water forms an agent effective in bonding new to old concrete by 
simply washing the surfaces of the old concrete body to which the new is to be joined. This also applies in all cases 
where a cement mixture is to be plastered on a masonry surface (brick or concrete). 



"THE FERRO-LITHIC To prevent the absolute dusting of concrete floors and to provide a surface capable of resisting traffic of all kinds. 

METHOD." The introduction of FERRO-FAX into the upper surfaces of concrete floors will be found effective. The user must bear 

FERRO-FAX. in mind that directions are to be carefully follow^ed to attain perfect results. 

For Surface Harden- 
ing Concrete Floors. 
See Fig, 4, page 40. 



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40 



STRUCTURAL WATERPROOFING 



COVERING 
CAPACITIES. 



Dehydrating No. 
Dehydralinc No, 
Dchydratinc No. 
Dehydratine No. 
Dehydraline No. 
Dehydratine No. 
Dehydratine No. 
Dehydratine No. 
Dehydratine No. 



1, So to 130 sq. ft. 
if joo to 160 sq. ft. 

2, L20 to 180 sq. ft. 

2, 150 to 210 sq. ft. 

3, 95 to 130 sq. ft. 

3, 1 15 to 160 sq. ft. 

4, 50 to 90 sq. ft. 

4, 65 to no sq. ft. 

5, 300 to 450 sq. ft. 



per gal., 
per gal., 
per gal.. 
per 
per ^. 
per gal., 
per gal., 
per gal., 
per gal., 



gal. 



I 
2 

I 
2 
I 
2 
I 
2 
I 



coat 
coat, 
coat. 
coat. 
coat, 
coat. 
coat, 
coat, 
coat. 



* 



REFERENCES, 



Bank of Montreal, Winnipeg 

Winnipeg General Hospital 

Dominion Bank, Calgary . . . . 

Provi]icial Jail, Winnipeg .... 

Canadian Locomotive Works Tunnel, Kingston 

Strathy Residence, Toronto 

Tiffany Building, New York 

St. Thomas Church, New York 

Hotel Belmont, New York . , , . 

Hotel Plaza, New York , . _ . 

U.S. Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 

Dominion Bank Building, Toronto 

Ryrie Building, Toronto , , . , 



Dehydratine No. 6, 30 sq. ft. per gaU, 1/16 in. thickness. 
Dehydratine No. 6, 45 sq. ft. per gal., 3/24 in. thickness. 
Dehydratine No. 6, 60 sq. ft. per gal., 1/32 in- thickness, 
Rust Baar, 300 to 450 sq. ft, per gaL, 1 coat. 
Symentrex, 150 to 250 sq^ ft- per gal., i coat. / 

Symentrex, 200 to 350 sq. ft^ per gaL, 2 coat, 
Symentrin, 500 to 700 sq, ft, per gal, i coat. 
Koncrex Floor Filler, 150 to 250 sq- ft. per gal., i coat. 
A, W- P., 200 to 300 sq, ft. per gah, i coat. 

McKim, Mead & White, Architects. New York. 

J. D. Atchison, Architect^ Winnipeg. 

V, W. Horwood, Architect, Winnipeg. 

"V. W. Horwood, Architect, Winnipeg. 

H. Goldmark, Engineer. 

Eustace G. Bird, Architect, Toronto. 

McKim, Mead & White, Architects, New York 

Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, New York. 

Warren & Wetmore, Architects. 

H. J_ Hardenbergh, Architect. 

Carrere & Hastings, Architects. 

Darling & Pearson, Architects. 

Burke, Horwood S: White, Architects. 



SUPER-STRUCTURE SECTIONS, 



r/^. I, 



FiG. Z 



ria.3. 



Exf'Q^E.a 





f 










1 






1 


v^ 




P£HrPKATfNeL 



FiJ^5r^fZ- 



Inhde. 



£lCFOA £P 

















^^/CK 3/iCH/f/0 



No.S.D^HrORAffNL 



ra. 



Fig. No. I represents section with furring omitted, plaster- 
ing being done directly upon the damp-proofing, while in Fig. 
No. 2, where Hollow Tile is employed, the use of No. i 
DEHYDRATINE between it and the plaster prevents 
staining of the latter. 






The exudation of lime salts (efflorescence) can be 
prevented by painting five sides of the stone with 2 coats 
No- 3 DEHYDRATINE to within 3^^ inch of the exposed face. 

Note. — Where efflorescence already exists, the only 
remedy lies in washing down surface with weak solution of 
muriatic acid, followed by clean water, then thoroughly treat- 
ing such surface with No- 2 DEHYDRATINE (colourless). 



"THE FERROLITHIC METHOD" 

Fig, 4- 
Treatment of Concrete Floors to Prevent Dusting 



^ u 












^ 



3 /Ar/W'*;A-'Vtf'^. 







MacLaren Hotel. Winnipeg. 
U3'draUte ustd on Foundation, 



To provide concrete floors with an 
absolute non-dusting-, non-abrasive sur- 
face to resist traffic. 

I 

(i) Concrete under bed made up in a 
mixture 1-3-5 (stone, limestone or granite, 
H'inch mesh) to be well rammed with 
upper surface left rough to receive. 

(5) Top body consisting of i cement, 
T sand. I grit, with 12% FERRO-FAX 
by weight of cement. 

(3) Equal parts of FERRO-FAX and 
cement mixed, dusted on top body while 
latter is still wet and then trowelled to 
hard smooth finish with a steel trowel. 

Note.— All sand to be clean, sharp 
and well screened. 

GriT- — ^Crushed granite or stone 1/16 
inch mesh. Surface to be kept wet for 
period of 3 days after treatment. Floor 
will not attain maximum hardness under 
30 days- 




Canadian Bank of Commerce. Winnipeg. 
Dc^hydratine Nos. 1, 3 and 4 nsed. 






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41 



PINCHIN, JOHNSON & CO. ^CANADA), LIMITED 



Tvc. J>. 



Cj?aD£ 










Sub Structural 
Sections, 



flG ^ 6, 



ffmJ»i> 






/?v/^ 



J-*£i> 



Fu^<yj^ 






Membraneous (seal) HKahod, Either No. 4 Dehydratiiic, No. 6 Dthy- 
dratine, Dchydratine IVIastixement and Minerva Felt, depending 

upon hydrostatic conditions. 



fij BC i^ 










Fig 7. 



Integral method applied as a plaster-coating as above 
(Fig, 5) or mixed throughout the concrete. 



Fig, 7a. 



^rhlSHEO ' FCOOft 



ucTiaNHai£ 





WhS'^^^'^^'^^''^^^ 



Showing method of caring for water during water-proofing. 



Fig. 8. 



Showing completed section water-proofed with Hydratited Cement. 



Fig. 8a. 



FINISHED ' FLOOR 



TO - f»i;MP " 



i PIPE CAP 










mm. 









-F-flLP- BRlCKWOr^K 



KDCK 




W^^? 



& HfLJ RATI TED ' CEMENT MflPTAfl 



» HYOnATrTEP CfHElNT MORTAR 






■STOBE 

Ti " *" ^tirvDHtrj 11 OHt OWL' Lur^tm i t 

Showing preliminary step in water-proofing^Pnmp installation at side. 













Showing completed section water-proofed with Hydratcd Cement. 






tb^^p^MI^M,. 




1 









Union Station, Winnipeg. 
DehydraCine No. 4 and Hydratite. Symentrex on Dome, 



All Saints Cathedral, Halifax. 
Dehydratine No. 2 used. 



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42 



WATERPROOFING MATERIALS 



) 



CERESIT WATERPROOFING COMPANY 

General Offices: 
Westminster Buieding, 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



Canadian Branches: 

Douglas Milligan, Ltd., 304 University Street, Montreal 
W. K. McDonald Co^ Crown Office Bldg., Toronto, 
"Walkers Ltd-, 259 Stanley Street, Winnipeg. 
E- G. CuLLEN. 324 Drake St.» Vancouver, B,C- 
De B, Carritte. St. John. N.B. 
De B, Carritte, Halifax. N.S- 

Factories in Chicag-o, Unna. Westphalia, Germany, 
London, Paris. Vienna. Warsaw. 



PRODUCTS. 



>|A M 



"CERhSlT. 




Waterproofing 
Compound. 



rsES. 



ADVANTAGES. 



I 



i 

I 

I 

■ 



Ceresit is a perfect means of waterproofing; cement in any form 

and under any circumstances. 

1. Moisture Proof. Ceresit renders concrete, cement, mortar, or 
cement stucco absolutely and permanently moisture proof. 

2. Pressure Proof. Tests made under pressure up to 500 pounds 
to the square inch- — far greater than is ever met in actual use — did 
not show a drop of seepage through Ceresitized concrete. 

3. Frost, Alkaline and Sea Water Disintegration Proof. De'^truc- 
tive powers of frost, sea water and alkaline water, are overcome by 
Ceresit. Frost loses its effect because no free water can enter 
the structure. Again, Ceresit guards against the action of alkahne 
water, because it completely repels the water which would have to 
carrv the destructive elements into the structure. 

4. Extends Through Entire Structure. Ceresit permeates every 
part of the mass uniformly. Chipping of the surface cannot affect 
its water-proofing quality. 

5. Docs Not Impair Original Strength. Many tests, made under 
every possible condition by scientific men, failed to show that 
Ceresit affects the strength of concrete in any way. 

6. Has No Odour. Ceresit has no odour of its own. Naturally, 
it leaves none. In fact, it keeps foul elements out. 

7. Does Not Discolour. Ceresit not only does not discolour 
but it has a slightly bleaching effect. 

8. Easily Mixed. Ceresit requires neither expert labour nor 
extra labour to get the correct results. 





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MONROE BUILDING, CHICAGO, 
CORNER MONROE STREET AND 
MICHIGAN BOULEVARD. 

Foundations of this big Chicago sky- 
scraper, right on the lake front, that 
furnish perfect support for 5 stories, 
built of reinforced concrete and water- 
proofed with Ceresit- 

The basements are about 20 feet 
below street level. 




MICHAEL REESE HOSPITAL, CHICAGO 

Tunnel connecting Annex, within 
one hundred feet of lake front, water- 
proofed with Ceresit- 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, DE KALB. 

Here was presented another problem of waterproofing that 

was solved by Ceresit, 



NEW TIMES BUILDING 
LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

10,000 pounds of 
Ceresit used. 



GRAND HOTEL, GARDONE. 

Problem one of continuous pressure 




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43 



CERESIT WATERPROOFING COMPANY 



CERESIT WATERPROOFING COMPANY 

General Offices: 
Westminster Building, 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



Canadian Branches: 

Douglas Milligan, Ltd., 304 University Street, Montreal. 
W. K. McDonald Co., Crown Office Etdg., Toronto. 
Walkers Ltd., 259 Stanley Street, Winnipeg. 
E. G. CuLLEN, 324 Drake St., Vancouver, B.C. 
De B. Carritte, St. John, N.B. 
De B. Carritte, Halifax, N.S. 

Factories in Chicago, Unna, Westphalia, Germany, 
London, Paris, Vienna, Warsaw. 



METHODS 

OF USE. 



PACKING 
AND SIZES. 



Mix one part of Ceresit with an equal part of 
water; stir until thoroughly dissolved, then add 
further 11 to 19 parts of water, making the total 
proportion one (i) part of Ceresit to from twelve 
(12) to twenty (20) parts of water, according to the 
water pressure. 

Ceresit weighs practically the same as water, and 
can be measured either by weight or volume. 

Ceresit waterproofing is put up in five and ten 
gallon jacketed cans and in barrels, and may be 
obtained from us or from our authorized agents in 
principal cities. 



LITERATURE 
AND PRICES 



TEST 
REPORTS. 



A TESTI- 
MONIAL 



1914 Ceresit Catalogue — the "Book of Evi- 
dence," which will be off the press on April i — is 
distinctive, novel, and original. One book is built 
over another. A Judge sits above all. Records of 
5 "Witnesses" are told separately in the unique 
books. Tell us what kind of construction vou are 
interested in, and we will estimate the necessary 
quantity. Send for our price lists. 

Our catalogue contains authoritative and com- 
plete reports of technical tests made of Ceresit by 
American and European Engineers. Robert \V. 
Hunt & Co., Engineers, and the Imperial Bureau 
of Testing Materials, Berlin, Grosserlichterfelde, 
present such reports, showing proof of the great 
merit of Ceresit. 

Nashville, Term., June 14, 1913. 

Ceresit Waterproofing Company, 
Chicago, Illinois, 

Gentlemen, — Replying to yours of October loth, we beg 
to say that we have used Ceresit in concrete floors and 
cement plastering of walls of a deep basement of Messrs. 
Lever Bros. Soap Works, Toronto, and also in connection 
with a small piece of work for the Bank of Commerce at 
Kingston, Ont., and we found it quite satisfactory. 

T. Caknon & Son, Ltd, 




SWIMMING POOL, 
GRETRV, LIECE- 

To render this 
swimming pool 
water-tight, a Cere- 
sitized cement mor- 
tar coating was ap- 
plied on the inside 
walls. 






WATER TOWER. 
SAN ACALIU, COLORADO, 

BuiUlcTs sought io nuike 
this reinforced concrcle tower 
— 'J5 f*-'tt high — ab^okitely 
water-proof. This was a big 
problem. Pcrfccl results were 
obLained by the use <jf Ceresit 
in the mass. 




ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDfCINE, LONDON, W. 

Basement of this staicture was made absolutely nd 
permanently water and damp-proof by Ceresit. 















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WINDSOR STATrON. MONTREAL, QUEBEC- 

The problem was to waterproof a large reinforced 
concrete tunnel. 



THE STEEL FLOOR SLEEPER ANCHOR CO. 



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Agenxies: 

John H. Alexander, 
604 Builders' Ejcchange, Winnipeg. Man. 

Wm. W, O'NeiL Co.. Ltd., 
Van^col'yer. B.C. 



TORONTO. 



PRODUCT, 



GENERAL. 



GRIP-TIGHT FLOOR SLEEPER ANCHOR. A 
anchoring Wood vSleepers tojConcrete. 



new 



Agencies: 

Gorman, Clancev & Grindlev, Limited, 

Calgary, Alta. 

Walker & Barnes. 
Edmonton, Alta. 

method of 



It has been admitted by those who know that the method usually em- 



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and Great Britain. 



FIVK REASONS 
WHY YOU 
SHOULD USE THE 
ANCHOR. 



spi-:cnncATiON 



INFORMATION. 



ployed to fasten wood sleepers to concrete by the installation of cinder grip-tight Floor sieeper Anchor, 
filling for various reasons has not been satisf actor}''. 

The object in using the new anchor is to fasten the wood sleepers to the 
concrete independent of the filler if necessary. Where an air space is required, this method is excep- 
tionall}' valuable. 

The use of concrete filler to hold the sleepers in place is not only expensive, but is unnecessary with 
the new method. 

The new method will pre\-ent loose sleepers, caused by the shrinkage of wood and concrete, and 
consequently give you a solid wood floor without movement. 

The usual practice followed in fastening wood sleepers for the reception of the floor is to lay the 
sleepers and fill in between just prior to the installation of the interior finish. This introduces into the 
building tons of moisture to be absorbed by the drier parts, and more especially by the kiln-dried interior 
finish and floors, usually with disastrous results. 

Why not a\'oid this risk by using the anchor? 

Again, the expense incurred by waiting for the building to dry out is an item to be considered, as it 
represents the interest on a large investment tied up. For this rea'son alone we believe the anchor should 
appeal to you, 

ist. — Secure anchorage without movement caused by shrinkage. 

2nd. — Save the cost of cinder filler and lighten the floors. 

3rd.^Save expense bevelling the sleepers. 

4th- — Save time laying and levelling. 

5±h, — Secure a valuable air space where it is required. 

If it is necessar>^ to use a filler, why not a dry one? 

The anchor strip is 2 inches wide and made of iron heavily coated with waterproof paint. It is 
punched 12, 16 and 24 inch centres and, as you will see by the illustration, is a self-spacer, providing you 
start by laymg the ends of the strips to a straight line. This can be done by placing the ends against the 
waU, if It IS straight, or by running a straight hue across one side of the building against the walh 

The strips can be placed any distance apart for anchoring the sleepers, the prongs always appearing 
through the concrete in perfect alignment. 

After a section of concrete has been laid, the strip is cut to the desired length and puddled in from 
one to one and one-half inches, as you so desire, which is the work of only a few minutes, the same being 
repeated as the fresh batches of concrete are laid. No special care is required in doing this, as it is im- 
material as to whether the strip runs perfectly level in the concrete. 

When the concrete is dry enough to walk on, the prongs which protrude can be bent over with the 
toot on the tace of the concrete until such time as you are ready to lav the sleepers, when they can be 
turn^ up and fastened. When the prongs are nailed over the sleepers^, a good knock with the hammer 
IS sutticient to keep them from interfering with the laying of the floor. Below we give you a specification 
tor laymg the sleepers : 0^1^ 

Tht contractor for the car- 
penter w&rk will work in unison 
with the contractor for the con- 
crete work and place in the con- 
crete the metal strip for anchor- 
ing the wood sleepers. This 
will be done as the batches are 
being levelled up by placing the 
strip in the concrete and tap- 
ping it ^'cnlly down one to ont 
and onc-hair inches, care being 
taken to place the ends of the 
strips in a 'Straight line to in- 
sure perfect alignment of the 
prongs. 

When the concrete is suHic 
icntly dry to walk on this con- 
tractor will bend over the 
prongs to keep them from inter- 
fering M'ith tralfic. When the 
wood sleepers are to be laid, this 
contractor will turn up the 
prongs and fasten tbem sccure- 
ly, any space between the 
sleeper and the concrete to be 
pointed with cement mor Car- 
All sleepers must be laid true 

from end lo end and collec- 
tively. 

Note. — Please note that the 
sleepers can be laid more 
readily by this metbod, as the 
warping of the material ciin he 
taken ont of each piece a,s it is 
laid, avoiding the necessity of 
tying them together with strips 
and using weights to hold them 
straight until the filler is poured 
and set. 

co„d..,™s »m„.h.t in this co„„ec,io„, .„d wi" would feTl *e\u"r„t?r"i?;i';rhltT=„°Sfrr'^^^^^^^^^ "'' "'"= """ ="■"= "> '■""">" 

For further particulars address Head Office, Toronto. 




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SUN BRICK CO., LIMITED 



SUN BRICK CO., LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS OF "SUNTEX" PRODUCTS AND DENISON INTERLOCKING TILE, 

Traders Ba.vk Building, 
TORONTO. ONT. 



PRODUCT. 



Denison Interlocking Tile is used for Bearing \VaIls instead of Common Brick. It is manu- 
factured from Shale, burned to semi-vitrification. Deeply scored or grooved, a key is formed to hold 
plaster, it being splendidly adapted for stucco buildings or for backing facing materials. No furring 
is required. One shape and size builds all desirable thicknesses of walls. No matter what thickness 
of wall you build with Denison Tile, every vertical web stands directly over a x'crtical \veb below. The 
wonderful stability of the Denison Tile Wall is due to the four-inch mortar beds and its interlocking 
system. No mortar joints extend through the wall to carry moisture. This feature, together with the 
many dead-air spaces, renders the Denison Tile Wall impervious to moisture, heat, cold, sounds etc. 
The weight of the wall and laying-up cost is only about one-half that of solid brick walls. 

Careful comparison between the Denison and other tiles convinces that no other tile equals these 
important features. 






Eight-inch Walt 



Twflvt'-itich Willi 



Wall of Denison Tile fiicvd with Prossccl or 
Common Brick 





STARTING TILE 




Application of Jamb Tiles, Corners and Lintel. - 



Bonding Oi" vVall at Corner, Corner Tile omitted in Upper 
Part to show manner of Bonding. 



ORDERING. 



INFORMATION. 



It is the Vertical Webs that must carry the Loads. To get their full strength they must stand over each other. (Notice the cuts.) ,' 

In ordering jamb and corner tile, give total linear feet (vertical) of jambs and corners. Weight of 
wall, inclusive of mortar, 60 pounds per cubic foot. To figure number of tile required, 2 tiles, lay one 
square foot (face of wall measure) of 8-inch wall; 3 tiles, lay one square foot of 12-inch wall. 

Architects and builders desiring further information concerning _Denison Tile, prices, catalogues, 
etc., will confer a favour by forwarding theiri^inquiries to us. 
See our Brick display on page rr. 



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TERRA COTTA FIREPROOFING 



Montreal Agent: 
DAVID McGILL, 
83 Bleury Street. 



THE DON VALLEY BRICK WORKS 

Head Office, 36 Toronto vStreet, 

TORONTO, ONT. 



Works . 

Don Valley, Toronto 



PRODUCTS. 



FLAT ARCHES. 



We manufacture the "DON VALLKV" POROUS TERRA COTTA FIRE- 
PROOFING for Floors, Roofs, Ceilings, Partitions, Wall Furring, Column and Girder 
Coverings. Our extensive clay beds are suitable in quality and our facilities are 
unequalled for producing a high-grade Hollow Tile. 




Perspective of Typical Arch. 



SIDE 

CONSTRUC- 
TION. 



This, the oldest method, has the advantage of the blocks being set so as to break 
joints, and the flat sides of the blocks gives ample surface for making good mortar joints 
between them. 



SEGAIENTAL 
ARCHES. 




Section Showing Style of Skewbacks and Keys, 



_ This form of arch combines great strength with lightness and cheapness. It i. 
suitable for Warehouse Lofts, Factories, Sidewalks, or wherever a flat ceihn^ is not 
essential. ^ 



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Weight of 6" Hollow Tile Arch, 27 pounds per square foot. 



TERRA COTTA 
FOR WALLS 
AND 

PARTITIONS. 




4X8.^12 4X12x12 6x8x12 6XI2\-I2 

(Split) 




2 X 12 X 12 3 X 12 X 12 



12 X 12 X 12 



9 X 12 X 12 



The above cuts represent shapes and sizes of our Porous Terra Cotta for Walls and 



Partitions. 






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WALL 
FURRING 



COLUMN 
COVERINGS. 




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iH X 12 X 12, weight per square foot, 8 pounds. 
2 X 12 X 12, weight per square foot, 9 pounds. 



Type of Colunm Covering, 



Walls are furred to prevent the admission of moisture either by lining the inside 
with Terra Cotta Furring Blocks, or by building the inside face of the wall with liollow 
bricks. 

The former method is the more effective and takes less room. We carry large 
stocks of each. 




Perspective of Column Fireproofirig- 




Typc oF Column Covcrin 



Steel and cast-iron columns must be covered with at least two inches of Porous 
Terra Cotta. We manufacture and carry in stock a variety of column coverings. 

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TOUGHER AND Our Terra Cotta is tougher than other makes, thoroughly burned, and is stronger 
WELL-BURNED, and better for the fireproofing of columns and girders and has less w^aste than other 

makes. 



PROMPT 
DELIVERY. 



We guarantee prompt delivery, furnishing at the same time goods of the very 
highest quality. . 

See also our advertisement on pages 6 and 7, 



NATIONAL FIRE PROOFING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 48 



HOLLOW TILE FIREPROOFING 



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NATIONAL FIRE PROOFING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 

Office: Traders Bank Building, 
TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

Montreal: Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, Cor. St. Catherine and Crescent Sts. 



PRODUCTS. 



ADVANTAGES. 



FLAT ARCHES- 
F,XD CON- 
STRUCTION. 



Manufacturers of DENSE, SEMLFOROUS and POROUS HOLLOW TILE for FIREPROOF 
FLOORS ROOFS, CEILINGS. PARTITIONS, WALL FURRING, COLUMN and GIRDER COV- 
ERINGS and EXTERIOR WALLS. Contractors for FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION in both 

HOLLOW TILE and REINFORCED CONCRETE. 

The National Fire Proofing Company of Canada, Limited, applies the benefits of the entire ex- 
perience of the National Fire Proofing Company of Pittsburgh, U.S.A., covering a period since 1889 up 
to the present time. This experience has invoh-ed practically every system of successful fireproofing 
that has resulted from engineering and architectural development. 

The Flat Arch is the accepted type of Standard Fireproof Floor Construction, meeting every re- 
quirement as to strength, fire protection, architectural appearance and minimum weight. 






COMHINATION 

IloiJ.nW TILE 

AM) REIN- 
l-ORCKD CON- 

cri:ti-: floor 

CO.XSTRl'CTION. 



Perspective of Typical Arch. 

This floor has been used successfully and to economical advantage in many large modern buildings. 
As shoun by the detailed drawing, the centering for this floor is very simple, a solid centering not being 
necessar5^ This, of course, is a great factor in reducing the cost of construction. 

It will be seen that the tile is first laid on the centering, and after the courses of tile are in place the 
reinforced concrete joists are cast between the tile courses. 

The courses of tile act in compression together with the reinforced concrete rib and also act as a 
side centering to hold the concrete in place until it has set. 

If an additional top coating of concrete is necessary' to give the floor requisite strength to carry the 
load for which it is designed, this top coat is then spread over the entire floor surface to the depthVequired. 




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2-uicii, 3 inch. 1 4-mch. 

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6'iiich, b-incli. 


2x12x6 j 3xr2x6 1 4x12x6 

2X12X13 1 .^XI2XI3 4X12X15 


6 X 6x12 

6X12X12 


8 X 12 X 6 

M X 12 1C 12 



DETAIL of TYPICAL LONG SPAN C(JMBINATlON HOLLOW TILE AND REINFORCED CONCRETE 

FLOUR CARRIED ON STEEL BEAMS. 

STOCK SIZES. 
2-iiicb, 3-incli. | 

Combination Tile and Con- 
crete P'loor System can be used with 
either reinforced concrete, or steel 
columns and girders. 

Terra cotta blocks form abso- 
lutely the best fireproof partitions 
now known, and can be erected at a 
very reasonable cost. Thev are 
commonly built of dense or semi- 
porous material. 3 -inch blocks can 
be used safely to a height of 12 feet, 
4-inch to 14 feet, and 6-inch to 20 
feet. 



PARTITIONS. 





4-in, Parlition Block. Average Weight 17 lbs. 8-in. Partition Block. AvcraRC Weight 30 lbs. 



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OLLOW TILE FIREPROOFING 



49 NATIONAL FIRE PROOFING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 



HOUSES OF NATCO HOLLOW TILE- 

The value and economy of Natcj Hollow Tile for structural as well as for lireproofing purposes is now fully recognized, 
and residence buildings are being built of this material in great numbers, with extremely satisfactory results to owners and 
architects. 

The following illustrations give examples and methods of this construction, but for complete data every architect should 
have a copy of our book on "Natco Houses," which we shall be pleased to furnish free upon request. 

It should be borne in mind that there is a vast difference in clays, as to strength, density and non-staining qualities, 
and in order to be sure of obtaining material manufactured by us, architects should specify 

NATCO HOLLOW TILE. 



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Detail of Wall Construction with Fireproof Floors. 



Detail of Wall Construction with Wood Floors^ 



DOMINION FIRE PROOFING CO., LIMITED 



50 TERRA COTTA HOLLOW TILE FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION 



DOMINION FIRE PROOFING CO., LIMITED 

503 Confederation Life Building 
WINNIPEG, MAN. 



PRODUCTS 



Specialists in TERRA-COTTA HOLLOW TILE FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION. 



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r.RAlX HXCHANC:!': ]-.\r, 
|i>rdaii ik Ovor, Arcliilecls, 



WISXJPHC. F.LECTRfC DUILUING- O, W. P. L, BUILDING. 
lYalt ^- Ross, ArthiU'^'ts. J. H- G. Russdl, Archiltct. 



McCALLUM & HILL BUILDING. REGTNA. 
Storey & Van Egmond, Arc.itecLs. 



IIJ.rS'rRA- These buildings were fireproofed with Terra Cotta Hollow Tile because of 
TKjNS. 

Rapidity of Installation. " -. 

Fireproofing Qualities. ■ 

vSafety of C(jnstruction. . . 

Light Dead Loads. , . ■. 

vSound-])nj(>f \'alve. 

Insulation to Extreme Tem- 
peratures. 

Adaptability to Alterations. 

Convenience to Other Trades. 

Minimum Insurance Rate. 

Result: A net saving of 
Time. Risk, and Cost to 
the Owners. 




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CIVIC BUILDING. HDMONTON. 
A, AlJeJItrs. Arcliiiect, 



CAT^ADA BUILDING, SASKATOON- 
Jas. Chisholm & Son. Arcliitcicts. 





ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL. C.P.R. 
Wpstinghousf Church &■ Kerr. Engiincr^ 



MERCHANTS BANK BLDG, 
J, D. Atchison. Architect. 




HUDSON'S BAY STORE. CALGARY 
Burke. Horwoodfr White, Archilects, 



CATALOGUE. 



Illustrated Catalogue mailed upon request, 



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THE DOMINION BRIDGE CO., LIMITED 



THE DOMINION BHIDGE CO., LIMITED 

■ Head Office, LACHINK, QUE). 
P.O. Address: MONTREAL, QUE- 



Branch Offices: 

TORONTO— George E. Evans, Manager. 
WINNIPEG— George E. Bell, Manager. 
OTTAWA— W. A. Mattice, Manager. 



PRODUCTS. 



STOCK. 



FACILITIES 



We are designers and builders 
of RAILWAY and HIGHWAY 
BRIDGES, SWING and BAvS- 
CULE SPANS, and all kinds of 
STRUCTURAL STEEL 
WORK, including COLUMNS, 
GIRDERS, ROOF TRUSSES, 
TANK TRESTLES, ELEC- 
TRIC CRANES, LOCOMO- 
TIVE TURNTABLES, 
HOISTING APPLIANCES, 
LIFT LOCKS, HYDRAULIC 
REGULATING GATES, Etc., 
Etc. 



We have always in stock at 
Lachine, Toronto, Ottawa and 
Winnipeg, a large supply of steel 
beams, channels, angles, tees, 
plates, etc- 



Our shops at Lachine, Tor- 
onto, Ottawa and Winnipeg are 
equipped with the most modern 
tools, and we are consequently 
in a position to manufacture and 
ship structural steel work of 
every description with the least 
possible delay. 

Our total annual capacity 
amounts to 100,000 tons. 



vShops at 

Lachine, P.O. 
Toronto, Ontario. 
Ottawa, Ontario. 
Winnipeg, Man. 




C.P.R. Office Biiilding, Toronto. 
Darling & Pearson, Architects. 2,000 Tons of Steel in Position. 



THE CANADIAN BRIDGE CO., LIMITED 



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STRUCTURAL STEEL 



PRODUCTS. 



CAPACITY. 



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WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO. 



Steel Railway Bridges, Steel Highway Bridges, Locomotive Turntables, 
Office Buildings, and Galvanized or Painted Electric Transmission Towers. 

40,000 tons per annum. 




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EASTERN CANADA STEEL & IRON WORKS, LIMITED 



EASTERN CANADA STEEL & IRON WORKS, LIMITED 



Montreal Office: 

CoRisTiNE Building. 



Head Office and Works: 

ovebec, p.q. 



SERVICES. 



STRUCTURAL STEEL ENGINEERS, MANUFACTURERS, CONTRACTORS, 



FACILITIES. 



Completely equipped modern plant for fabricating and erecting structural steel 
work for buildings, manufacturing plants, highway bridges, railroad bridges, viaducts, 
etc., located on the main line of the C.P.R. Annual capacity, 14,000 tons. Stock of 
5,000 tons of plates and shapes constantly on hand. Prompt deliveries a specialty. 




HIGHWAY BRIDGE AT LVSTER, MEGANTIC COUNTY, QUEBEC. 
225-Ft. Span. Fabricated and Erected bv Eastern Canada Steel & Ihon Works, Limited. 



WORK 
EXECUTED. 



A number of other large bridges have been fabricated and erected. 
The following is a list of some of the buildings, steel work for which was fabricated 
and erected by the Eastern Canada Steel & Iron Works, Limited: 

Quebec Railway L. H. & P. Building, Quebec. 

Parliament Library Building, Quebec. 

Forestry Building, Laval University, Quebec, 

New Customs House, Quebec. 

Chicoutimi Seminary. 

Art Museum Building, Montreal. 

Temple Baptist Church, Montreal. 



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WINNIPEG, MAN. 



REPRESENTATIVES AT 



Calgary, Edmonton, LethbridgE, Saskatoon, Regina, 
And all other Principal Points in Western Canada 



PRODUCTS. 



We are Desicmers and Builders of all kinds of Structural Steel Work, 
Girders Roof Trusses, Columns, Trestles and Highway Bridges, Fixed and 
Lift Spans, Tank and Plate Work, Cast Iron Columns, Bases, etc. 

Tr.\nsmission Machinery and Elevator Equipment. 



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Interior of our New Foundry. — Capacity. 25 to 30 Tons Daily. 



OUR PLANT. Six completely equipped departments: Bridge and Structural Shop, Plate and 

Tank Shop, Foundry, Forge Shop, IMachine Shop, Ornamental and Pattern Shop. 

Annual capacity of structural steel and cast iron, 30,000 tons. 



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CANADIAN ALLIS-CHALMERS, LIMITED 



CANADIAN ALLIS-CHALMERS, LIMITED 

(Formerly Canada Foundry Co., Limited) 

BRIDGE DKPARTMENT, 
TORONTO. CANADA. 



PRODUCTS. 



A NEW RECORD 
FOR THE ERECTION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL. 

Our Bridge and Structural Department is now in a position, with our own Staff 
and Shops, to Design, Estimate, Fabricate, and Ship and Erect promptly OFFICE 
and MILL BUILDINGS, BRIDGES, PENSTOCKS, GALVANIZED TRANS- 
MISSION TOWERS, Etc. 

Among other notable buildings and bridges erected in 1913 is the Dominion Bank, 
noted below, a detailed description of which will be sent on request without charge. 




NEW DOMINION BANK, 
TORONTO. 

Darling & Pearson, Arch. 



Steel Work Furnished and Erected 
by Canada Foundry Co., 
Bridge Dept. 



First Columns erected Aug. 23rd. 
Last Stee! erected, including Ri\'et- 
ing. Painting, and Removal of 
Derricks, etc., Nov. lotb, 1913. 



64 Days (omitting Sundays). 




No. I — OCTOBRR 3 1ST. 

From the above illustration it will be seen that the steel 
work has been completed to the tenth floor and is ready to 
receive the last tier of columns. The commencement of the 
stonework on the fourth floor is also shown. 



No- 3— Kuv. loTH t2o Davs I,ati;k)t 

Entire steel work (ini'ihed and nearly all sraniU- in imsition. 
Stonework incomplete at thirtl floor to faciiitale liaii(lliii>; of 
material and protect exterior ornamental ivork. 



CAPACITY. 



Our Bridge Shops at Toronto and Bridgeburg, Ont., have increased capacity for 
quick deliveries. 

8,000 tons Structural Steel in stock. 



Send us your enquiries for any class of steelwork for Bridges and Buildings. 



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ROOFING SUPPLIES 



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PRODUCTS. 



FELT AND 
GRAVEL 

ROOFS. 



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OF SLATE 
ROOF. 



THE ROOFERS' SUPPLY CO., LIMITED 

Bay and Lake Streets, 
TORONTO, ONT. 



We are manufacturers of and dealers in SHEET METALS, ROOFING MATERIALS, ROOFERS' SUPPLIES, WIRED 
GLASS, Etc. 

The flat or deck style of roof is conceded to be the most economical for warehouses, factories, office buildings, etc. The 
slope of roof should be j- inch to ^ inch per foot. Where hanging gutters are to be used, have the cornice project at least lo inches 
over wall, have the facia board come up to roof and go below the soffit; never have roof boards project past facia; put a 6 inch 
strip of galvanized iron along eave, turned down 3 inches into gutter, then start your Felt Roofing by sticking the first ply to 
the edge of roof and over the galvanized iron, projecting the felt over 1 inch to 2 inches to carry water into gutter. Around sky- 
lights, chimneys, brick walls, etc., turn felt up and stick with pitch, nailing a lath along top of felt, about 3 inches up from roof. 
If Metal Cloak Flashing is to be used, the lathing is not necessary. Never allow any nailing or fl^ashing, etc., to come within 
3 inches of roof. The most successful way to construct fiat roofs is to have the water brought down inside the building, grade 
the roof to one or more points according to size of building, have hoppers about 16 inches across mouth, run down into 4 inch 
wrought or cast iron pipe, put wire guard over hopper to prevent gravel, etc., getting in. The trouble with ice along eaves and 
in gutters is done away with, but this style is not suitable unless the building is sufficiently heated to prevent frost reaching the 
down-pipes during winter. We offer for guidance two specifications, but recommend No. i for all first-class buildings. 

These roofs resist fire three times as long as iron or tin. 

Felt to be " R. S. Brand'' medium weight Tarred Felt. 

Pitch to be "K S. Brand" Roofing; Pitch. 




Specificaiiou No. i . — Lay 
one ply of dry felt or sheathing, 
over this two plies of tarred 
felt, medium weight, swabbed 
between each sheet with hot 
pitch, then swab the whole sur- 
face with a good coat of boiling 
pitch; lay another two plies of 
tarred felt, swabbed between 
slieets, and a second flowing coat 
of hot pitch, WTien last coat of 
pitch is set, swab on a light coat 
of hot coal tar, and evenly spread 
over the whole, clean gravel to 
a depth of I of an inch. 



A— Dry Felt or Sheathing. BB— Tarred Felt, each plv shows 15 in. 
exposed. CC — Flowing Coat of Pitch. D — Pilch between Sheets. 
E — Gravel. 




Specification No. 2 . — Lay 
one ply of dry felt or sheathing, 
over this four plies of tarred 
felt, medium weight, swabbed 
with hot pitch between each 
sheet, then swab on a flowing 
coat of hot pitch. When set, 
apply light sticking coat of coal 
tar and cover to f of an inch 
with clean gravel. 



A — Dry Felt or Sheathing. E — Tarred FeU. each ply shows 7 J in. ex- 
posed. C — Fitch between Sheets. D— Flowing Coat of Pitch 
E — Gravel. 



A roof does not require any stronger construction for slates than for shingles. This theory has long ago been disproved 
by practical men. A slate roof adds greatly to the appearance of any class of building; its first cost is the only cost. It is fire- 
proof and therefore lessens the rate of insurance. It does not collect ice or snow, and can be deluged with water and dry out 
in a few minutes. It cannot rot or corrode, while the rain water from a slate roof is pure and clean. 



ROOFING. 



SPECIFICATION Put in strong valley rafters. Tongue and grooved sheathing is not necessary, only have your boards even in thickness, 

FOR SLATE your roof \ pitch or upwards. Line your valleys 20 inches wide at bottom and 15 inches at top with galvanized iron. Chimneys 

should always have a saddle at back; step and cloak flash at all intersections around brick work, and cover ridges with galvanized 
iron. Have your eave-troughs so hung that the outside edge will be i inch below the run of the roof, so that ice or snow may 
slide clear. Lay over boarding one ply Slaters' Felt, then cover with '■ Roofers Supply Company's No. i Roofing Slate " (in black, 
green, mottled or red), and you will have a good roof for ever. A square contains sufficient slate to cover 100 square feet. 



PRICES. 



We carry a large stock of Roofing Slate in black, green, mottled or red, and quote the following prices for slate laid on roof 
at Toronto: Black Slate, per square. S9-00 to £10.00; Mottled, $9.00 to Sio.oo; Unfading Green Slate, Sn-oo to $12 oo- Red, 

S16.OO to $20.00. 



RUST-RESIST- 
ING IRON. 

ROOF TILE. 



Our rust-resisting galvanized and bkck sheets will last five to seven times as long as ordinary galvanized sheets 
and get particulars. 

Write for particulars and prices on our Red, Green or Brown Vitrified Tile; also our promenade flat roof tile. 



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HOOFING SUPPLIES 



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THE ROOFERS' SUPPLY CO., LIMITED 



READY 
ROOFING. 



CORRUGATED 

GALVANIZED 

IRON. 



SLATE BLACK 
BOARDS. 



Ready Roofir.jS 





For sloping roofs on factories, freight sheds^ barns, etc.. there is nothing better 
than our prepared wool felt asphalted roofings. Each roll contains sufficient to cover 
loo square feet of roof, also the necessary nails and liquid asphalt for sticking laps. On 
roofs where there is a short rafter, this style of roofing is often laid from ridge to eave, but 
we recommend starting at the eave; let the roofing project over eave about 2 incheSi and 
we advise rolling out along roof; stretch tight so as to avoid wrinkles, drive a few nai^ls 
along top edge to hold in position, the bottom edge can then be turned up and liquid run 
along; stick down and nail about every 3 inches. This is the most satisfactory way to 
apply Ready Roofings. Write for samples and prices of Roofers Supply Company's 
Ready Roofing._^ 



The use of Corrugated Galvanized Iron is increasing steadily each year, as archi- 
tects and builders recognise in it a very serviceable material for roofs and siding of ware- 
houses, elevators, barns, etc. The iron may be applied to sheeting of wood or direct to 
iron or wood purlins. Any gauge can be supplied from 18 to 28, weight depending on 
gauge, from 75 to 240 lbs. per 100 square feet of iron. All our sheets are corrugated from 
the very best quality of sheets made for that purpose; they are uniform in size, and the 
corrugations, being pressed by very heavy machinery, fit exactly. Two sizes of corruga- 
tions can be supplied, 2 J inch x -| inch and 1 inch x \ inch. The sizes of sheets kept in 
stock are 6, 8 and 10 feet long, the widths depending on the size of corrugation used. Sheets 
corrugated 2^ inches x f inch are 27^ inches and 33 inches wide; sheets corrugated i inch 
X J inch are 26^ inches and 32 inches wide. Odd-sized sheets can be supplied at extra 
cost. 

Quotations from us are based on 100 square feet of iron after corrugating, no allow- 
ance being made for laps, the pitch or angle of roof having a great deal to do with the 
amount of lap required. We recommend for roofs that are known as quarter pitch or 
3 inches to the foot, 3 inch end lap and two corrugations side lap. This makes the covering 
width of a sheet 33 inches wide (2^ inch x | inch corrugations) 28-^ inches. For siding 
we give an end lap of 2 inches and side lap of one corrugation, this makes the covering 
width of a sheet 30^ inches. Allowing for the different laps indicated above, 121 square 
feet of iron is required to cover 100 square feet of roof, and no square feet of iron is re- 
quired to cover too square feet of siding. 

Where sheeting is not used, space the purlins not more than 2 feet 6 inches for 26 
gauge iron, from 3 feet to 4 feet for 24 gauge, from 4 feet 6 inches to 6 feet for 22 gauge, 
and from 6 feet to 8 feet for 20 gauge. 

A special fastener is required for iron purlins. 

We recommend our Lead Washers for use under nail head when applying corru- 
gated iron to a roof. They make an absolutely water-tight joint and prevent rust from 
accumulating under the nail head. One pound is required for two or three squares. The 
additional cost per square of doing a job with these washers is trifling, while a perfect job 
is made. The application is shown in the foregoing cut- 
Quotations for Corrugated Galvanized Iron delivered F.O.B. any point will be mailed upon application. We also 
Black Corrugated Sheet, painted, for which we will be pleased to receive your enquiries. 




HaU Fiill-si:te Corrugation. 



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supply 




Our Slate Blackboards are made from the Bangor, Pa., "Big Beds," best in the world for this 
class of work. 

In ordering, be sure and give the exact length of space to be filled, and the width of board required. 
Our boards are smooth and flat, easily set up in position. The cut shows clearly the best method of 
setting up. See that joints are even on surface before nailing up the quarter-round stops. Prices 
furnished on application. 



SLATE TREADS We supply Treads and Landings for stairways, etc. Enquiries for prices must state exact size and thickness required. 

AND The usual thickness for this class of work is ij inches, and the slate in general use is that known as ribbon stock, being cheaper 

LANDINGS. and just as serviceable as clear stock. 



WIRED AND 
ROUGH 
ROLLED 
GLASS. 



Wired Glass has come into very general use for fireproof windows, also for skylight work. We carry a large stock of the 
Wired and also of the ordinary Rough Rolled Glass, 3-1G inch and \ inch thick. The Wired Glass in general use is \ inch thick. 
We also supply to order Clear Wired Glass, which is used for elevator doors and also for office windows. This Clear Wired being 
rather expensive, is not carried in stock, but is cut to order. Contrary to the general impression that is held concerning Wired 
Glass, it is cut with very little more trouble than the ordinary glass; in fact, the percentage of breakage in cutting Wired Glass 
is actually less with us than in cutting the ordinary Rough Rolled, and for skylight work, particularly large skylights, there is 
nothing to compare with the Wired Glass, as it retains its place and remains water-tight when cracked in two or three places in 
the one light. As a preventive against fire for partition work or in metal windows it has been found invaluable, and where used 
reduces the premium on insurance very materially. In writing for prices give exact size and quantity, 



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ASBESTOS CEMENT SHINGLES 



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Toronto : 
London; 
Winnipeg : 
Calgary: 



THE ASBESTOS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED 

General Offices: 
705 Eastern Townships Bank Building, 263 St. James Street, ^ 

MONTREAL. 
Eactory at Lachine, P.Q. 

Branch Offices: 
601 C.P.R. Building. . Maritime Provinces: 

55 Bank of Toronto Chambers. The Asbestos and Cement Products Co., 

619 Somerset Block. . Quebec, P.Q. St. John, N.B. 

401 Maclean Block. Halifax, N.S. 



PRODUCTS. 



We manufacture "Asbestoslate" Shingles, Asbestos Corrugated Roof- 
ing and vSheathing, Linabestos Wallboard, Asbestos Building Lumber, 
Asbestos Paper, Millboard, Sheet and Piston Packing, Air-Cell Paper and 
Pipe Coverings. 

We also handle all products of the Keasbey & Mattison Company, Ambler, 
Penna. , which are not made at Lachine, including 85% Magnesia Pipe Coverings and 
Cement, Asbestos Packings, Cloth, Theatre Curtains, and all Asbestos textiles. 



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Owners — Dominion of Canada. 



Drill Haix. Univeksitv Avemue. Toronto. 



'ASBESTOvSLATE" 
SHINGLES. 



Roofing CowTKACTOtts— J, Van Sjcku^r & Co. 



Asbestos 
MahufacturikgCo 



COMPOSITION 
OF "ASBESTO- 
SLATE." 



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Asbestoslate Shingles may be applied either in the straight-laid or American 
method, employmg a shingle of a square or oblong shape, which is laid exactly 
similar to natural slate or wood shingles. They can also be laid in the diagonal or 
French method, using a 12" x 12" or 16" x 16'' shingle. 

The Dominion Government has adopted the material for 
many of their larger buildings. The roof of the Armoury 
shown m the above illustration is laid with 16" x 16'' Gray 
"Asbestoslate," m accordance with the French or diao-onal 
method. We advocate this style, type and size of shmgle as 
being particularly suitable and eminently satisfactory. 

"Asbestoslate" Shingles are composed of about 8s% of 
the best Portland cement, combined with long fibre asbestos 
manufactured into thin sheets, the fibres of which form 
centres of crystallization for the cement, and, extending in 
every possible direction, tie the mass together with great 
strength. Enormous hydrauhc pressure is then applied while 
the shingles are still wet, after which the setting is completed ^^^.^ 

m the air. It is evident to one acquainted with Portland cement that this nrocess 

in strength and firmness with the passing of time. See specifications, next page. 




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ASBESTOS MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 



ASBESTOS 
CORRUGATED 

SIZE. 

USES. 



APPLICATION. 



LINABESTOS 
WALLBOARD. 

SIZE. 

USES. 



ASBESTOS BUILD 
ING LUMBER. 

SIZE. 

USES. 



LACHINE WATER 
PROOF PAPER. 



A thoroughly efficient roofing and sheathing, made in a single thickness and 
corrugated to add strength. 

Standard stock sheets, 27^" x 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 foot lengths, 3-16" thick, 
lyi" corrugations. 

Eor roofing and sheathing in a manner similar to corrugated iron, for iron 
foundries, chemical plants, gas houses, car shops, platform hoods. It has been 
found especially adaptable for gas houses and chemical plants, where other materials 
fail on account of the fumes and gases. 

May be laid over a steel or wood framework, purlin spacing to be not greater 
than 36". See our Asbestos Corrugated Sheathing Catalogue for detailed specifi- 
cations. 

Flat sheets of Asbestos and Cement combination similar to our Building 
Lumber, but not as dense and decidedly cheaper. 

Standard stock sheets, 42" x 48", 42'' x 96", 3-16'' thick. 

For complete interior lining of residences, cottages or bungalows; is especially 
well adapted to beam ceiling work and can be used to advantage for wainscoting 
kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, and for rendering fireproof light, elevator or stair 
shafts, but is not intended for exterior use. (For exterior use ask for our Asbestos 
Building Lumber.) This product is sold through agents throughout the country. 

Made in flat sheets, very hard and dense. Portland cement and asbestos 
fibre. 

Standard stock sheets, 42" x 48", 42" x 96", thickness 1-8" and increasing by 
1-8'' to 5-8''. 

For sheathing the exterior of residences to obtain the English half-timber effect, 
replacing wire lath and plaster ; exterior and interior of garages ; wainscoting 
bathrooms, kitchens, hallways; for ceiling of kitchen or dining-room with beam 
ceiling finish ; lining elevator shafts, for laboratory hoods, and extensively in the 
electrical industry. 

This is a superior quality of saturated waterproof paper, put up in rolls of 
500 square feet, weighing about 35 pounds to the roll. It is very tough and 
especially recommended for use under otu' Shingles and Building Lumber. 



PAPER. 



AMERICAN METHOD. 



FRENCH OR 
DIAGONAL METHOD. 



HIP AND RIDGE ROLL- 



ELASHING. 
STARTING COURSES. 

"Asbestoslate" is 
been applied to many 
out the country. It 



ARCHITECTS' SPECIFICATIONS FOR APPLYING "ASBESTOSLATE-" 

Roof rafters should be covered with well-seasoned boards not more than g inches wide, 

edges laid tight together (ship lap or tongue and groove), well spiked to rafters. 

Cover the roof boards with a good quality of paper (Lachine Waterproof Paper), tacked on ■\vith 4-inch 
side lap and r-foot lap on all hips and valleys. 

Over the paper lay "Asbestoslate," manufactured by the Asbestos Manufacturing Company, Limited, 
Lachine. P.Q,. as follows: — A cant or furring strip. 3-16" thick and \" wide (lath will do) to he nailed flush with 
the lower edge of roof-boards, to give the Asbestoslate the proper pitch. Then apply one course of the 
No, 16, S'' X i6"j Newport Gray Asbestoslate, end to end, overhanging the eaves 1 ?-2 inches. Over this lay No. 
16 Asbestoslate, 7 inches to the weather, in a similar manner to wood shingles, bringing the butts to the eaves 
edge and being sure to break all joints perfectly. Proceed thus to completely cover the roof. 

Over the paper apply Asbestoslate, Newport Gray, as manufactured by the Asbestos Manufacturing Company, 
Limited, Lachine, P.Q., according to the French or diagonal method, as follows: 

A cant or furring strip not less than 3-16" thick and i " wide (a lath will do), to be nailed flush with tlie lower 
edge of thereof hoards to give the Asbej^toslate the proper pitch; then apply one course of No. 16 Newport Gray 
Asbestoslate, end to end, overhanging the eaves i finches, then apply starter No, 35 Newport Gray, bringing the 
lower edge even with the first course of No. 16. Break the joints perfectly. Balance of the roof to be covered with 
No. 3 Newport Gray Shingle, 16" x 16", laid diagonally and exposed 13" x 13" to the weather. Each shingle to 
be nailed with two \'%^-\x\<i\\ galvanized iron needle point nails, as indicated by the nail holes in the shingles. The 
lower tip to be fastened dowii with patented copper storm nail, all as shown in the catalogue of the manufacturer. 

Hips and ridges to be covered with Asbestoslate Hip and Ridge Roll, same to be properly flashed and fastened 
in place to hip or ridge pole of sufficient height, with regular copper fasteners, as furnished by the manufacturer. 
All hips and ridges to be made water-tight previous to the application of the ridge roll. 

All hips, valleys, chimneys and against all vertical surfaces, except as otherwise specified, flash and counterilash 
with each course of shingles, using. -.»......,... 

For the No. 8, 12'' x 12" shingles, starters No. 21 and No. :!,(> should be used. For the No. 3, 16" x 16'' 
shingles, starters No. 16 and No. 35 should be used. 



now used by all the railroads in Canada, by the Dominion Government, and has 
large, prominent churches, residences, factories, cottages and bungalows through- 
has distinctly proven its merit. 



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KUUFiiNU iYl A 1 tlKl Al^£> 



PRODUCTS. 



"BRANTFORD 
ROOFING." 



BRANTFORD ROOFING CO., LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS AND EXPORTERS, 
BRANTFORD, CANADA. 



'■BRANTFORD ASPHALT," 

'■BRANTFORD RUBBER," ' 

"BRANTFORD CRYSTAL" 

ROOFING MATERIALS. 

"BRANTFORD" ASPHALT SHINGLES (in Colours), and 

BRANTFORD ASPHALT SHEET SHINGLES 

WATERPROOFING and INSULATING PAPERS. 

"ROOF-LEAK" COATINGS (in Colours), TERRA-COTTA and GREEN. 



"BRANTFORD Roofing 
applied under a "Brant- 
ford Specification" may 
mean either of the following: 

No. I Brantford Asphalt, 
60 lbs. per square. 

No. 2 Brantford Asphalt, 
70 lbs. per square. 

No. 3 Brantford Asphalt, 
80 lbs. per square. 

No. I Brantford Rubber, 
40 lbs. per square. 

No. 2 Brantford Rubber. 
50 lbs. per square. 

No. 3 Brantford Rubber, 
60 lbs. per square. 




"BRANTFORD SPECIFICATION." 



Laid 15 inches to the weather and cemented between 17 inches with a good coat 
of asphalt over all, and all nail heads covered. 

We use Huff's Patent Stretcher for laying Brantford Roofing; this prevents 
" Buckling," a common occurrence with other Roofing laid without it. 

Therefore specify when ordering "Brantford Roofing," to be laid with " Huff's 
Patent Stretcher." 

Also the same materials may be laid in like manner 10 inches to the weather, or 
triple thickness, with a fourth lap at the seams, each lap being thoroughly cemented 
between and one coat over all. This is a very substantial construction. 

"Brantford Roofing," under its own established "trade-mark/' is a guarantee of 
quality. When offered a roofing without a known brand or trade-mark, you have no 
assurance of quality. 

The felt from which "Brantford Roofing" is made 
as a base has a cloth resemblance made especially to 
our specification. 

We do by machinery in the factory what others do 
by hand. "^ brantford. can ad/ 




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BRANTFORD ROOFING CO., LIMITED 



BRANTFORD 

ROOFING 

FOR 

ARCHITECTS' 
SPECIFICA- 
TION. 



This roofing will be constructed and 
be specified by the marginal numbers, 
to insure the weight of goods wanted 
being supplied. 



No. I. — 70 lbs. per square F. & \V. Felt. Laid with 
three-inch lap, cemented and nailed. Nail 
heads covered. 99% of 275° melting point 
asphalt. 150% saturation. Guaranteed 7 
years. Price, per square, $3.25 to $3.50. 

No. 2. — So lbs. per square F. & W. Felt. Laid with 
three-inch lap, cemented and nailed. Nails 
covered. 99% of 275° melting point of 
asphalt. 150% saturation. Guaranteed 10 
years. Price, per square, ^3-50 to $4.00. 

No. 3. — 135 lbs. per square F. & W. Felt. Laid 15 
inches to the weather; cemented 17 inches. 
All nail heads covered. iH gals. Branroco 

cement per square. 99% of 275° melting point 

asphalt. 150 to 200% saturation. Guaran- 

. teedioyears. Price, $5.00 to $5.50 per square. 

No. 4- — 155 lbs. per square F. & W. Felt. Laid 15 
inches to the weather; cemented 17 inches; 
third lap. All nail heads covered. 1}^ S^'s. 
Branroco cement per square. 99% of 275° 
melting point asphalt. 150 to 200% satura- 
tion. Guaranteed 12 years. Price, per square, 
S5.75 to $6.25. 

No. 5. — 175 lbs. per square F. & W. Felt. Laid 15 
inches to the weather; cemented 17 inches; 
third lap 2 inches. All nail heads covered. 
iy4 gals- Branroco cement per square. 99% of 
275'* melting point asphalt. 150% saturation. 
Guaranteed 15 years. Price, per square, $7.00 

to $7.50- 

No. 6. — 235 lbs. per square F. & \V. Felt. Laid 10 
inches to the weather; cemented 22 inches; 
fourth lap. Ail nail heads covered. 2^ gals. 
Branroco cement per square. 99% of 275° 
melting point asphalt. 150 to 250% satura- 
tion. Guaranteed 20 years. Price, per square, 
$8.50 to S9.50. 

Made in Coloured Red and Green 
Crushed Rock and White Feldspar — 
producing a fine appearance and dur- 
able. No breaking, curling, or splitting. 
Put up in cartons, io6 shingles each, 
, four cartons containing 424 shingles 8 
inches by 12^ inches in size. vSufficient 
to cover a square. 

Each roll of Brantford Asphalt 
Sheet Shingles is iy}4 inches wide, 50 
feet long, and put up in one strip to 
the roll. It is laid 6 inches to the 
weather; four rolls only will be required 
to cover 100 square feet of roof. If 
laid 1 2 inches to the weather, two rolls 
only will be required to lay loo square 
feet. 

Artistic effect can be secured by 
combining contrasting colours. Can be 
used successfully for decorative pur- 
poses, and around gable roofs. This is 
a single thickness with a third lap. 

PARTICULARS. Ask for copy of our free Catalogue. 

Prices and estimates furnished on appli- 
cation. 



BRANTFORD 

ASPHALT 
SHINGLES. 



BRANTFORD 

ASPHALT 
SHEET 

SHINGLES 
(Sexagon 

Design). 




Head Office, Standard Ban^k, Toronto 

Darling & Pearson, Architects. 

covered with brantford roofing. 





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LUDOWICI-CELADON COMPANY 



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ROOFING TILES I 




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LUDOWICI-CELADON COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 
TERRA GOTTA ROOFING TILES. 

General Sales Office: Monroe Building, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



BRANCHES : 



branches: 



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EosTON, Mass. . . 
Cleveland, 0. 
Denver, Colo. 
Kansas City, Kans. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Old South Building 
Hippodrome Bldg. 
Colorado Bldg. 
Grand Ave. Temple 
Plymouth Bldg. 



PRODUCTS. 



CHARACTER, 



COLOURS. 



ESTIMATES 
AND SPECI- 
FICATIONS. 



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INFORMA 
TION. 



New Orleans, La. 

New York City, N.Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. . 
Pittsburg, Pa. . . 
Washington, D.C. 



Contractors and 
Dealers Exchange. 
5TH Ave. Bldg. 
Weightman Bldg. 
Park Building. 
Union Trust Bldg. 



We are represented in Eastern Canada (from Quebec to Windsor, Ont.,) by our 
own travelling representative who calls in person on all architects, and will call on 
builders and owners upon request. In Manitoba and the Northwest Provinces the 
Waite-Pullerton Company, of Winnipeg, represent us, and in British Columbia we are 
represented by Carter Dewar Crowe Company, Ltd., 922 Metropolitan Building 
Vancouver. • ° 



We manufacture Terra Cotta Roofing Tiles in all standard shapes, including 

the Spanish, Shmgle and Continental shapes. We also manufacture Promenade Tiles 

tor fiat roofs, in size of 6 m. x 9 in. x i in. With these tiles and those for sloping 

roofs we furnish all necessary fittings. ^ 

All these Tiles are made of shales, and subjected to high degrees of heat 
after painstakmg preparation for the kilns. They are devised to interlock in the 
only practical and effective manner, so that water is carried to the surface of the next 
lower tile^ Their durability is established by the only unassailable verdict— the test of 
time. The first product of this Company was put on the American market twenty-five 
years ago at the rate of possibly three hundred squares per mojtth; at present, the 
output of our four factories is approximately seven hundred and fifty squares per day 
an unmistakable evidence that builders recognize the merits of our ware. 

The standard colour of Roofing Tiles is the bright terra cotta red. The greater 
deve opmentof colour study in building has opened a field for glazed roofing tfles. of 

glazes m satm finish and dull or matt Greens. ■ 

We shall be pleased to furnish catalogue and estimates on application but inquiries 
We"Zfli:ZTll '^"l'' '^ accompanied with roof plan Z the four eleZ" ns 
mttem .J hi ^ 1 to supply suggestions as to specifications for our diflferent 

patterns, and have these ready prepared, so that immediately upon receiving such 
request we can mail specifications to those desiring to use Roofing Tiles. ^ 

AH inquiries for information should be addressed to the Office which is nerarest 
braLVXeT'' ^°'- ^^'^ P^P^^ ^ ^'-below our firm name atttf our vafous 






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LUDOWICI-CELADON COMPANY 



IMPERIAL SPANISH TILE 

with mission eave closures 
and top fixtures 

152 hip starter 

102 hip roll 

2 15 cresting and 

405 two-way terminal 





IMPERIAL GERMAN TILE 

with 152 hip starter 
102 hip roll 
206 cresting and 
405 two-way terminal 



IMPERIAL CLOSED SHINGLE TILE 

with 161 hip starter 
1 1 1 hip roll 
203 cresting and 
250 two-way terminal 




PREPARATION 
OF ROOF. 



LAYING OF FELT 



LAYING OF TILE. 



SPECIFICATIONS. 

All pitched roofs shall be covered with [Insert Name of PatternI Tiles made by the Ludowici-Cc-ladun Company with 
stock fittings suitable for each pattern. The tiles as specified above must be hard burned, of colour, and in accord- 
ance with samples deposited in the oflice of the architects. 

Before the roofer is sent for, the owner or general contractor should construct roofs in strict accordance to plans, 
sheath the roofs TIGHT, have all chimneys and walls above roof line completed, have all vent pipes put through roofs, 
furnish all strips of required width used under hip rolls, furnish all t j; I inch cant strips used under tile at caves, and have 
all scaffolding ready for roofer's use. The metal contractor should have all gutters in place on the roof (gutters, whether 
box, hanging- or secret, to extend over the roof sheathing and cant strip, and run under the felt and tile at least eight (8) 
inches), and should also have in place all valley metal, the width of which must be not less than 24 inches, with both edges 
turned up ] inch the entire length of the valley, the valley metal to be fastened with clips and never nailed or punctured 
in any manner. The valley metal must be laid over one layer of felt running lengthwise the entire distance of the valley. 
The metal contractor must have in readiness all flashing metal used along side and in front of dormers, jjaljles, skylights, 
towers, perpendicular walls, also around vent pipes and chimneys, and place same after the arrival of the tile roofer and 
under his direction. 

After the roofs have thus been prepared Xi receive the felt and tile, the tile roofer shall cover the sheathing of_ the 
roofs with one thickness of asphalt roofing felt weighing not less than 30 pounds to the square, laying same with a 2i-inch 
lap and securing in place by capped nails. The felt should be laid parallel with the eaves and lapped over all valley metal 
about 4 inches and laid under all flashing metal aliout 6 inches. 

The roof having thus been prepared, the tile layer is to fasten tile with copper nails. The roofer shall see that the 
tiles are well locked together and lay smoothly, and no attempt shall be made to stretch the courses. The tiles must be 
laid so that the vertical lines are parallel with each other and at right angles to the eaves. The tiles that verge along the 
hips should be cut close against the hip board, and a water-tight joint made by cementing cut hip tde to hip board with 
elastic cement. Each piece of hip roll shall then be nailed to the hip board, and the hip rolls cemented where they lap 
each -other. The interior spaces of hip and ridge rolls must not be filled with the pointing material. 



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THE PEDLAR PEOPLE, LIMITED 



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TONCAN METAL 



THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 

OSHAWA. ONTARIO, CANADA. 

GENERAL DISTRIBUTERS -CfONC/dxt* FOR DOMINION OF CANADA, 

Branches : 

Montreal, Que. Quebec, Que. Ottawa, Ont. Toronto, Ont. 
London, Ont. Chatham, Ont. Winnipeg, Man. 

The Stark Rolling Mill Co., Canton, Ohio, Sole Producers. 



DESCRIPTION 



SERVICE. 



PRODUCTS. 



ROOFING. 



SIDING. 



Ai-* 



rROUGH, 

PIPE AND 

FITTINGS. 



^lETAL LATH 



CAUTION. 



DISTRIBUTION, 



<^Nf^^ is a sheet metal product of great 
purity, made from iron ore, possessing^ excep- 
tional rust and corrosion resisting qualities, and 
superior in ductilit}^ and working quality to 

modern iron and steel sheets. 

The cut at the top shows a "^iSJ^i^^ sheet 
ductile and serviceable, almost as good in every 
way as when placed on test fence 1 1 months before. 

Compare it with adjacent sample of steel in cut 
next below, so thoroughly rotten that a pencil was 
run through it with ease. .-^ s''"Vv 

Both samples, steel and '^^.J^tfi^'iJ^ unprotected, 
were exposed on a test fence in the atmosphere 
common to a rolling mill, for ii months. 

The results are so apparent and so conclusive 
as to require no comment. 

^.^'f^.^^ Black and Galvanized, Rust- 
Resisting, Anti-Corrosive Sheets for Roofing, 
Siding, Cornices, Eavestrough, Conductor Pipe, 
Culverts, and all exposed Sheet ]\Ietal Work, and 
<;tc!i\[:vS!> Lath, 

For Roofing purposes *^^9JtS>^'*' is supplied 
in i" , 2" , 2}4" corrugated. 

**^X9Jtwii^ Siding is supplied in all styles, 
viz., AVeatherboard, Imitation Pressed Brick, and 
Imitation Rock-faced Brick and Stone, in addition 
to regular i" , 2" 
or galvanized. 



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corrugated sheets, painted 



You can obtain this durable material in plain 
round or corrugated round Conductor Pipe, square 
Conductor Pipe, and in single or double bead 
Eavestrough or Ogee shape, lap or slip joint. The 
fittings in all shapes, styles and sizes. 

''^^fiEk.^-^'*' Lath is rust-resisting and anti- 
corrosive, is quickly and easily applied, is fireproof, 
has maximum strength ^^dth minimum weight, and 
economizes space. Painted or galvanized. 

Every sheet bears this registered trade-mark: — 



Carried in stock by jobbers and at all our 
branches. 




To.vcAN Metal after ii Months' Exposure. 
(Still ductile and practically unaffected). 




Steel after ii Months' Exposure. 
{So decayed that a pencil can be run through rt.) 




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THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 



lEDLAR,^ 
EOPL& 



ko' 



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OSMAWA. 



Montreal. 

Winnipeg. 
Sydney. 



THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 

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Head Office and Factories; 
OSHAWA, ONT. 

write to nearest address: 

Toronto. London. 

Chatham. Quebec. 

Halifax. Cai^gary. 



Ottawa. 
St. John. 
Vancouver 



FIRE DOORS. 



We have the exclusive Canadian rights of the Saino 
Patent Fire Door, constructed of corrugated sheets, 
heavily galvanized, over a steel frame and an asbestos 
lining. They are rated by the Underwriters' Labora- 
tories in the first-class, and a grade higher than the 
usual tin-clad, wood-frame fire doors. They will with- 
stand intense heat for long periods of time. Made in 
standard and special sizes. 



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^AiNo Fire Door. 



GENERAL Our experience, covering a period of fifty-three years in this Une of work, enables 

SHEET IVIETAL us to furnish, promptly, the most satisfactory and best products, both as to ma- 
WORK. terial and workmanship, in the following hnes: 

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Metal Spanish Tiles and Accessories. 

Cornices; Sheet Steel, Zinc or Copper. 

Stamped and Ornamental Work. 

Skylights — Plain or Wired Glass. 

Roofing and Siding — all styles and gauges. 

Eavestrough and Hangers. 

Conductor Pipe and Fittings (Square Conductor Pipe our specialty). 

IMetal Ceilings (more than i,ooo designs). 

Portable Metal Garages and Buildings. 

Metal Factory Bins and Slielving. 

Toncan Metal Sheets and Formed Products. 

VENTILATORS. 





Mrtai, Top. 



Pedlar's "Peri-'i^ct" Vijntilators. 
Metal Top or Glass Top. Ati AuLonialic Hxiiaust. 



Glass Top. 



Pedlar's "Perfect" Ventilators, either Metal Top or Glass Top, come as near per- 
fection as is possible without the aid of an exhaust fan. There is no possibifity of 
down draft. They will not admit rain or snow, and operate equally well in calm or 
stormy weather. Used in Railroad, Warehouse, Factory and similar work with the 
greatest satisfaction. Fitted with automatic closing fusible hnks to stop all draft in 
case of fire. Fitted with plain or wired glass in all sizes from 8 in. to 72 in. shaft 
diameter. 



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Established 1795. 



BIRD & S O ISl 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



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Roofings, Waterproof Building Papers, Waterproofing Felt, Roofing Paints, 

Waterproofing Products and Wall Board. 



Winnipeg, Man. 



Main Office: HAMILTON, ONTARIO. 
Montreal, Oue. Vancouver, B.C. 



St. John, N.B. 



Mills: Hamilton, Ontario; Pont Rouge, Quebec. 



PRODUCTS. 



Red Rope, 




NEponseT 

PROSLATE 
ROOFING. 



ROOFINGS: NEpdnsET Proslate, Nepo^sET Paroid, NEpon 
IMEPdnsET Asphalt Felt, for Built-Up Roofs. 

WATERPROOF BUILDING PAPERS: NEPonseT Red 
Rope, NEPDNSET Black, Coted. 

WATERPROOF INSULATING PAPERS : NEpgnseT Red 
and Black, WEponsET Kosat. 

SOUND DEADENING FELT: NepdnseT Florian. 

WATERPROOFING FELT: NEPonseT Waterdyke. 

PAINTS and CO:\IPOUND: NEpdnseT Waterdyke Pre- 
ser\^ative Paint, NEpdnsET Paroid Paint, NEPdnsET Red Rope 
Paint, NEPONSET Compound. 

WALL BOARD: NEpdnseT Wall Board. 

For residences, club houses, bungalows, porch roofs, and ah other buildings re- 
quiring an artistic roof or siding. Rich red in color. Furnished with straight or 
ornamental edges; more attractive than stained shingles. Complete directions and 
fixtures (galvanized caps and nails and cement of same color) for laying, packed in each 
roll. Put up in rolls iS" wide, containing sufficient material to cover one hundred 
square feet. Straight Edge, $4.25 per roll. Ornamental Edge, $4.50 per roll. 

For industrial, railroad, farm and other similar buildings. Slate in color. Endorsed 
by National Board of Fire Undenvriters. Already has a past record of fifteen years' 
ser\'ice on buildings throughout the country and abroad. Complete directions and 
fixtures {galvanized caps and nails and cement) for laying, packed in each roU. Put up in 
rolls 36 inches wide, containing 108 and 216 square feet. Price, 2>^ cents per square foot 
for Paroid, and 33^ cents per square foot for Paroid hea\7'. (See under "Help in 
Specifying.") 

The highest grade waterproof sheath- 
ing paper for use under stucco, shingles or 
clapboards and under slate or tile roofs. 
Particularly valuable where the building is 
to be stuccoed at some future time, as it 
will remain waterproof exposed to the 
weather for several years. Also used as a 
low-cost and temporary' roofing or siding. 
Put up in rolls 36 inches wide, of 100, 250 
and 500 square feet. Price, i^ cents per 
square foot. (See under "Help in Speci- 
fying.") 

NEPONSET A high-grade waterproof building paper, 

BLACK the standard of architects for general use. 

WATERPROOF For use under stucco, shingles, or clap- 
BUILDING boards; under slate or tile roofs and be- 

PAPER. tween floors. Put up in rolls 36 inches wide, 

containing 250 and 500 square feet. Price, 45 cents per 100 square feet. (See under 

"Help in Specif^dng.") 



NEPONSET 

PAROID 
ROOFING. 



NEPONSET 

RED ROPE 
SHEATHING 
AND ROOFING 




Residence. King Street East, Hamilton. Out., roofed with 

NEPONSrr Proslate, 



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COTED. 



NEPONSET 

FLORIAN 
SOUND- 
DEADENING 
FELT. 



NEPONSET 

ASPHALT 
FELT. 

NEPONSET 

WATERDYKE 

FELT. 




McArthur Euildicn;, Winnipej;, Man. 

Architect, J. H. G. Russell, 

74,500 sq. ft, NEPONsn Black in this Buildiiis. 



NEPONSET 

PAINTS AND 

COMPOUND. 



NEPONSET 
WALL BOARD 



HELP IN 

SPECIFYING. 



CO-OPERA- 
TIVE SERVICE. 

NEPONSET 
SPECIFICA- 
TIONS EASILY 
FILLED 



A waterproof, dust-proof paper at low cost; used as an all-round building paper 
and especially in fireproof construction over the screeds and under the finished wooden 
floors, to prevent warping and to keep down dust. Put up in rolls 36 inches wide, 
containing 500 and i ,000 square feet. Price, 31 cents 
per 100 square feet. 

A scientific, sanitary sound-deadener, for use un- 
der floors, under metal roofs, and for partitions, built 
on the dead air-cell principle. By actual tests, made 
by the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, it was found 
that NEPONSET Florian is six times as effective as the 
ordinary felt. Put up in rolls 40 inches wide, con- 
taining 500 square feet. Price, 90 cents per 100 
square feet. (See under "Help in Specifying.") 

For built-up roofs and general waterproofing 
work in connection with N EP a ns ET Compound . 
Specifications furnished upon application. Made in 15 
lbs. weight per 100 square feet. Price, $50.00 per ton. 

For waterproofing foundations, mill floors, bat- 
tery room floors, swimming-pools, bridges, tunnels, 
etc. Comes in rolls of 400 square feet. Price, $1.30 
per 100 square feet. (See under "Help in Specify- 

ing.") 

NEPONSET Waterdyke Preservative Paint for damp-proofing concrete and pre- 
serving structural iron and steel and woodwork. 

NEPONSET Paroid Paint for NEpdnseT Paroid and other prepared and metal 
roofings — NepdnseT Red Rope Paint for NeponseT Red Rope Roofing and metal 
roofs. Put up in one-gallon cans. For special jobs where entire package will be used, 
in 5, 10 and 20 gallon packages. Always to be used in well-ventilated places. One 
gallon covers about 240 square feet. $1.05 per gallon. 

NEPONSET Compound for cementing together plies of NEponsET Waterdyke 
Felt and NEponsET Asphalt Felt. Comes in barrels, 35 gallons to a barrel. 35 cents 
per gallon. 

This material is an inexpensive substitute for laths and plaster, or sheathing or any 
other waU covering. 

This, of course, is not a product that would be specified for highest class interiors, 
but it is excellent for cottages, stores, restaurants, factories and many other places, 
also for partitions, booths, exhibits, etc. 

Made in three finishes^ — ^plain oak, cream white, and burnt leather, as follows: 

32 Inches Wide. 

7 feet, 16 panels to the bundle, contains about 298 square feet. 

8 feet, 14 panels to the bundle, contains about 298 square feet. 

9 feet, 12 panels to the bundle, contains about 288 square feet. 
10 feet, 12 panels to the bundle, contains about 320 square feet. 

Price, $30.00 per 1,000 square feet. 

NEPONSET WALL BOARD BATTENS for covering joints between panels, one and 
seven-eighths inches wide and in same lengths and finishes as the wall board. 
Price, 60 cents per 100 linear feet. 

You will find our book, "Specifications for All Roofing, Building Insulation and 
Waterproofing Work," helpful in making out your specifications. Let us know if you 
have not a copy on file. With this you can specify for all kinds of work, the product 
you prefer, and always get the most effective results. 

Any special waterproofing or other problems upon which you desire advice may be 
referred to our Engineering and Consulting Department. 

There are 10,000 dealers carrying Bird NEPonsET Products, so your specifications 
can always be easily and quickly filled. 

Where there is no dealer, we pay the freight. 

The prices quoted above apply only to Eastern Ontario, Quebec and Maritime 
Provinces. Prices for the Western Provinces on application. 



int (^AiNAUlAI\ t±. W. JUMiNb-MAJNVlLLii CO., LLMHED <5S 



ROOFING MATERIALS, ETC. 



THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS- MANMLLE CO.. LI.MITED 
TORONTO. :\IONTREAL. WINNIPEG. VANCOUVER. 



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J-M ASBH5T0S 
REAJjV KOOFIXG, 






BRAXDS. 



ROOFING MATERL\LS. 

Trade Mark- 

ROOFIXG MATERIALS: J-M ASBESTOS READY ROOFIXG .-vsd SIDING T-\I \SBESTOSTnF T \f 
BLILT-UP ASBESTOS ROOFIXG. J-M REG.AI. READY ROOFIXG. J-M CORRUGATED \SBESTOS ROOFlvr 
J-M TR.AXSITE ASBESTOS SHIXGLES, J-M ASBESTOS SLATERS p^))^'^'^''^-^^*^'^ -""^^^^^^^ ^^OFl^G, 

IXSULATIXG AND SHEATHIXG MATERIALS: KEVSTOXE HAIR IXSUL\TOR T-MIL\IRFFIT T \r 
PL RE COMPRESSED CORK SHEETS. J-M IMPREGXATED CORK BOARDS J-M WEATHERTITEP^^ 
J-M MIXER.\L WOOL, J-M ASBESTOS FIRE axd DAMP PROOF FLOOREXG FELT P-^PER, 

Building Materwls: ]-y.l Cork Floor Tiling. J-M Sanitor Closet Seats. J-M Transite Asbestos Wood J-M Vitribestos 
Smoke Stack Lmin? J-M \,tnbestos Vault Lining, J-M Asbestos Stucco and WaU Plaster. J-M ^t« cSl^ 
\itnbesto5 Theatre Curtains. J-M Trans.ie Asbestos Wood Picture Machine Booths. J-M Tranche As^tSw^ 

^rn'i^'"^^' \-\\ i'^^''°' ^"^ ^""^ -^^^ P^'^f Chimney Cement. J-M Sea Grass Lining J-M A^^^^ RoTL^d Sh^ 
Mill Board J-M -Nou-Bum Build^.^ Paper. .Architectural Acoustics. J-M .^phalt WatSpioo^g SS^nt J M t|S 

E.t.%^tJS;fl^rSKi[ jSf^lsJi^i^^ Fi.e- 

^oind'S^duU. ^^"'^ ^°^ ^^'"^' ^"^^^- ^^^- J-'^ -'^^^^^ -dila.nesia Ll^^^'c!^it;':/rr^?f,^^^^^^ 
Electrical Materiois: "Xoark" Standard Fuse De^^ces. "Xoark" Ser\ice Boxes "Xoark" Spr^-ir-^ \T^t^ p. ,„,- 
^^^i^^I^^^:^ ^' ^'-- ^^^^^- '■- -<>- Windows%;\rases^?J-^e^^^^^?^gS 

Ifni^^Va^troU '^"^-^^°^- -^^ ^^ -^--^ '--^' -<^ -P*-^^ !mrneral,-mafi„g a^rJS^Ifat't^y/VnS 

From the crude materials to the finished product ever>- process in the manufactin-e of this roofing is directlv nurl^r 
01^ o^-n supervision. This enables us. .vith our e:.perience of over half a century- in th^Zl^S^L^ T^L^Z 
maintam a uniformly high standard m quahty. and to manufacture and sell this ro(iW at low pricS ™>togs, to 

J-M --Asbestos Roofing will not bum like shingles and ready roofings made of organic materials- will not rm ^r=,^l- 
or warp, and has no gravel to be washed or blown off and clog up ouUets Like all sTon? tSI VrS } 

than any o;herroofing-the exact difference in temperature depending, of course on '^^lLToSSr,^6nTJ 

J-M Asbestos Roofing is shipped ready to applv. with J-M Roofinz Cleats naik and Tar. r^™« » a t u ■ 
tions for appiving. packed in each roU ^^^^luis v.ic±ii, naiis. ana Lap Cement, and full instruc- 

maxim.^ durability is desiS? the F^i-PK- Sd "^IS^^^dS wMeT^'LS" ^--^'-«'' °f the phes. VVher. 
the lower-priced grades wiU be found satisfictorv recommenaed. whUe for bghter and more temporary- construction 

will S::^'^^'^^ ^^^7.^^l^y^lI"^^L^^^h^'^V1^ - l^' ^'■«" 3. X so inches, so that it 
a p.tch of less than . indres tc L I'^Su^^, Sl/S^htw be^'L'df'^et^'ie'J"' ^^'^^- <''' ^^' ^^^^ """"^ 

able "i'fw^^if i;ir o,i::?^°n™t^iSh? ui°sire.:s^'"'^'''^"^ "^f ■ ^-^"^ -- - — •- 

two square roUs, 32 inches wide. " ""^'S"!. « "s made 01 exactly the same matenals. Furnished in one aod 

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69 THE CANADIAN H. W, JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., LIMITED 



J-M ASBESTOSIDE 



J-M BUILT UP 

ASBESTOS 

ROOFING. 



J-M REGAL 
ROOFING. 



J-M Asbestoside is a wall siding for factories, warehouses, barns, etc., made of the same material as J-M Asbestos 
Roofing, previously described, and has the same advantages. It is recommended as a siding in place of clapboards, 
shingles and sheet iron wall coverings, because of its lower first cost, greater durability and weather-proof and fire- 
resisting properties. J-M Asbestoside occupies the same position with respect to other siding materials as J-M As.bestos 
Roofing docs in the roofing line- It can be easily, cheaply and quickly applied. It adds to the attractive appearance 
of a building, and requires no coating or painting. Regularly furnished in flat sheets, 32 x 50 inches, and 16 x 50 inches, 
or cut to smaller sizes, if desired. 

J-M Asbestoside is shipped in crates, complete with special large headed galvanized nails. These nails avoid tke 
necessity for tin caps, and give a very neat finish to the building. 

Brands. — ^J-M Shield Brand is composed of four separate plies of asbestos felt. 

J-M Star Brand is similar to ''Shield'' Brand, except that it has three plies of asbestos felt, instead of four. 

This roofing is built-up on the roof of successive layers of Pure Asbestos Felt and genuine Trinidad Lake Asphalt. 
It is especially recommended for flat roofs or for use over concrete. 

Advantages. — Like J-M Asbestos Ready Roofing, previously described, J-M Built-up Asbestos Roofing, due to its 
all-jnineral construction^ gives perfect fire protection and is rust-proof, rot-proof, acid-proof, gas-proof, heat-proof and 
cold-proof, and never needs coating, gravel or slag to protect it from the elements. It also has all the other advantages 
of our Ready Roofing above mentioned. 








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Detailel Application of J-M BuiU-up A^bLStos Roolng over 
Sheathing Boar. Is — -Black Fidiah. 



Detailed .\pplicatioEi of J-M BiulL-iip Asbi^sLos KouI'mih uvi?r 
Concrete Surfaces — Black Finisli. 



Specifualioiis, Standard J-M Bnili-tip Asbestos Roofirifi Oi'Cf Shcuihhi}^. JMafk Fhiish. — f)\vuer or ^,^e^cral contr:iotnr sluiH rc-tnavL- ;ill Iousl- 
nails, chips and other ruhbish from the roof, leavin^^ the svirface perfectly clean. Se|e that all e:i£ls of boards rest on joists or pnrliiis; li<»ur(ls in 
be secured with not less than two nails if ^ inches wide or less, and at least three nails wht.-ro wider hoards arc u^erl. If ed^^es of IjtKinls art curk-d 
up. propt^rly draw them down and smooth olT all projections. >See that roof is ^radL-d properly to oulltrts. and that .ill kn<U holes are covered 
or filled up before comnitncing to lay roof, consLructtd as follows; 

First, lay one thickness of J-M Salamjinder llrand two-p\y Asbestos Roofing- consisting of one impreicnaled shct-t of asbestos wci^hin^j not 
less than 14 lbs. per st[uare, jin^l ont sheet of onimprt?>^nati^d asbestos properly cemented toK^^thcr at thcr fa.ctory with J-M Ajax Brarul of rormc-fl 
asphalt, the Salamander felts to be lapped two inches, with the unimpreiinaled sheet next the sheathiiiK boards and thorou^^hly cemuntcd ui th«j 
laps with Ajax Asphalt; this ply to be nailed with ?H-inch barbed nails driven throuj;h Hat tin caps at intervals of 6 inches, aton^ laps and in 
parallel lines 10 inchei; apart and 10 inches from the edjics of each sheet, the nails to be 18 inches centre to centre -stajinercd. After thi^ ply is 
m place, mop the entire surface with J-M AjaK lirand Asphalt; and, while thoront^hly hot, embed into it tvvo pliL-s of j-M \o, 2 Asbestos Ajax 
Felt, these felts to be rolled close behind the mop, so that no possi)>le missliiK of asphalt can take place. The two upper [jlies of full i}^i iache> 
wide) shall each have 15 inches exposed to the weathcri the first to be nailed with barbed naily and Hat tin caps nlonK tbe npper eilj^e of the 
sheet at intervals of 9 inches, and in such a manner that all nails shall have two plies of felt over them. At the walls, chimneys and otliL-r 
Openings, the roofing material shall be turned tip at least 2 inches. 

Wherever flashinR^i are necessary^ the bast? fiashini; ^hall be bent into the angle of the wall, and shall be fitted closely, ^o that no sagi^infi 
can take place; the base flashing to consist of an apron piece of J-M Asbestos Flashing material at least io";> inchus wide, to he biid 6 inches 
up on the wall and 4 inches out on the roof; this dashinj; tu be thoroughly nailed to roof, and occasionally to the \\\xi\. after wliicli a ply of 
No. 2 J-M Asbestos Ajax I^elt shall be laid in hot asphalt in such a manner as to cover all nail heads in flashing material. 

Note, — Metal may be used for this base fiashinj; if desired- 
Above the base fiashini^ there shall be placed a counterl"la>hJag of J-M Asbestile or metal, same to he properly cenitnted to the wall and 
broaght down over the base flashing at least 2 inches. 

Note, — If fire walls do not exceed 12 inches in height, the flashing may be all in one piece to be carried up and over the lop of brick wall, 
the coping to be laid over this flashing. 

Otherwise a ply oF J-M Felt, cut to the de^iired width, should be laid over the top of all fire ^vall^ before coping is put in (dace. 

After the roof is properly laid and otherwise hnished, there shall be spread over it an even thickness of J-M Asphalt Liquid Roof Coating. 
applied cold and thoroughly brushed out. in order thai the entire roof may have a black and even appearance. This coatin^i to be carried up 
to the top of base flashing, and finished neatly under the lower edge of counterflashiny. 

To meet the demand for a roof of special insulating qualities for use on cold storage buildings, icL- houses, breweries, dairies, etc., we havt 
designed the whiti; surface J-M Built-up Asbestos Rooling. Specifications for this type of rooliiii; may be haJ by eommunicatinji with our nearest 
branch- 

J-M Bniit'UP Asbestos Roofing Over Concrete. Black Finish. — The owner or general contractor agrees to K>ve the roofini^ contractor the deck 
of the building absolutely free from all obstructions and to maintain it free from all obstructions other than the materiiils. tools and appliances 
belonjjing to the roofing contractor, and to remove aBl loose nails, chips, and other rubbish. leavinj< the surface perfectly clean. 

The owner or general contractor al^o agrees to j^ive the roofing contractor a smooth concrete surface, free from holes^ depressions or pro- 
jections, and truly jjraded so as to provide for the free flow of water toward gutters and downspouts. The guarantee on this roof is coniiniient 
upon the contractor doin^ the aforesaid. 

Over the foregoing shall be laid a 3-ply J-M Ajax Asbestos and Asphalt Roofing, to be constructed as follows: 

Three plies oi J-M Asbestos Impregnated Ajax Felt to be Asphalt saturated^ and to weigh not less than c6 pounrls per hundred square 
feet, single thictness. The Asphalt Cement shall be best quality Trinidad Lake Asphalt, refined by The Canadian H. W, Johns- Manville Co.. 
Ltd., known as their Ajax Asphalt Cement, and there shall be used not less than 60 pounds gross weight per hundred square feet of completed 
roof- 

The liquid asphalt coating shall be The Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co.. Ltd,. J-M Asphalt Roof Coatitii^, using not less than one and 
a half gallons per hundred square feet of completed roof. The materials shall be used as foUows: 

First coat the concrete with J-M Concrete Primer, so as to form a perfect bond between tht concrete and the asphalt- Then mop the 
surface with J-M Ajax Brand of Asphalt, heated to flow freely, and Into it. while hot, embed three plies of No. 2 J-M Asbestos Imprt^'nated 
Ajax Felt, The eotire surface between each ply shall be mopped with hot Ajax Asphalt and the felts shall bt^ rolled close behind the mop. so that 
no missing of asphalt can possibly take place. The felits shaU be so laid that ten and one-half inches fiol^"! of each ply will be exposed to the 
weather. 

Over all steep concrete surfaces the Felts must be laid up and down the roof, never across, and ^O^^er fastenings shall be provirJcd to prevent 
any possible movement of felts during hot weather. 

J-M 3-Ply Built-up Asbestos Roofinj^ shall be carried up on the fire walls at least two inches (2"). and for flashing there shall he provided 
an apron of J-M Asbestos Flashing material lof.;!^' wide, bent to conform to angle and mopped to roof wit ~ J-M .^jax Asphalt. 

Above the base flashing there shall be placei a counterflashing of J-M Asbestile or metal, same to be properly cemented to the wall and 
brought do"wn over the base flashing at least 2 inches. 

^Tq^^^ — jf flj-^ w'alis do not exceed 12 inches in height, the flashing may be all in one piece to be carried up and over the top of brick wall. 

the coping to be laid over this fiashing. Otherwise a ply of J-M Ajax Felt, cat to the desired width, should be laid over the top of ull fire walls 

before coping is put in place- 
After the roof is so laid, the entire surface shall be coated with J-M Asphalt Roof Coating, as above, to give a uniform anfl even appearance. 

To meet the demand for a low-priced roofing, we are prepared to furnish J-jM Regal. This is a smooth-surfaced, 
ready roofing, composed of a high-grade woo! felt, which is manufactured in our own mills, and Trmidad Lake Asphalt. 
The Asphalt is also process<?d in our own refineries, which enables us to offer in J-M Regal the best grade of "rubber" 
type roofing that can be made. 

T-M Regal Roofing is put up in rolls of 108 or 216 square feet, with nails and J-M Roofing Cleats packed in each rolh 



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THE STANDARD PAINT CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED 

52 Victoria Scuare, t. 

MONTREAL. 

Sales Offices and Warehouses: 
Winnipeg. Vancouver. Calgary. 

Factory: Highlands, Lachine Canal, Montreal. 




RU-BER-OID (our standard quality of roofing); KA-EOR-OID (in handsome permanent shades 
of red and green); AL-BAR^OID (Ruberoid in white); DURO RIGID SHINGLES; DOMINION & 
EUREKA (Asphalt Roofings); also RUBEROID WATERPROOFING CLOTH; RUBEROID WALL 
BOARD; RUBEROID FLOOR CLOTH; "STANCO" CARPET FELT; "SNUG" FELT- BURLAP 
FELT; SOVEREIGN SHEATHING FELT; DAMP-PROOFING PAINT; "IMP" BRAND 
CEMENT FLOOR FINISH and MASONRY FINISH; "GIANT," "P. &B."and "HERCULES" 
INSULATING PAPERS; "P. & B." PRESERVATIVE PAINTS, "P. & B." ELECTRICAL COM- 
POUNDS; "P. & B." ELECTRICAL WEATHERPROOF TAPE; "P. & B.'' ELECTRICAL INSU- 
LATING VARNISHES; "P. & B." GARDEN HOSE MENDER, Etc., Etc. 




Station of Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Vancouver, B.C. 

ROOKING TYPE A Rl'-BER-OID BUILT-UP. 
EnCINEHRS and CoN.'iTRUCTORS— WB5TINGHOUSE. ChURCH. KERR & Co 

Architects — Barott. Blackader & Webster. 

Ru-BER-oiD has now been marketed for 23 years in most parts of the world, and in that long period 
has absokitely demonstrated its claim to permanency and dependability. It is manufactured at our 
works near Montreal for the Canadian trade, and is also made at three factories in the United States, 
and at London, England; Hanburg, Germany; Paris, France; and St. Petersburg, Russia. We are 
makmg no exaggerated statement, therefore, in saying that it is the Universal Roofing. The fact that 
it is in general use in all parts of the civilized world is absolute proof of the service "it will give under all 
climatic condilioiis. 

Ru-BER-oiD can be laid in single layer or by the built-up or reinforced method on steep or on flat 
roofs. 

We submit the following as features worthy the careful consideration of architects and engineers 
ni comparing the Ru-ber-oid method of built-up roofing (Specifications following) with tarred felt and 
gravel roofs and other types of roof covering: 

I. Ru-BKR-OID AsPlL^LTic COMPOUND Will not crack in winter nor wiU it melt in summer heat as 

pitch does. ■ ' 

^^ J- .^^'^^^'^^^ Asphaltic Compound is much more plastic than pitch, insuring a roof covering 

that will readily answer to all changes of temperature. 

• 3- By actual laboratory test, it has been demonstrated that the pitch ordinarily used in tar roofine 
is twice as susceptible to changes of temperature as Ru-ber-oid Asphaltic Compound. 



4 The Standard Paint Company's Asphalt Saturated Felt, used in specifications following, is a 
ct'ooljelt of much higher quality than ordinarily employed in the making of tarred felt. 

thrnu.h\^r^nf.f^'''''' ^^^h' ""^ ^f^'^'F ^^'''^"S' ^^"" ^^'^' '' homogeneous-fabric through and 

ntention.lK ZTrlf ^^fj^. gravel or slag to weight it down. Therefore, the work cannot be flurred, 

intentionally or otherwise by mcompetent workmen or by the use of inferior material- also the roofing 

can be more readily and inexpensively repaired and leaks be more quickly located ^ 

6. Ru-BER-oiD can be laid with equal success on steep or flat roofs. 



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SPECIFICATIONS 
TYPE "A" 
RU-BER-OID 

ON CONCRETE, 

RU-BER-OID 

BUILT-UP 

OR 

REINFORCED 

ROOFING. 

COPYRIGHT, 

OTTAWA, 1914- 



TYPE "B." 
TYPE "C." 
TYPE "D." 



GUARANTEES. 



CIO FOLLOW DESCRIPTION OF ROOF CONSTRUCTION) 
Over the foregoing there shall be laid a Ru-ber-oid Built-up Roof as follows: 

1. Preparation. — The concrete should be finished with a hard, clean surface, not trowelled, but 
properly graded, and free from saucers or depressions. 

Suitable raglets shall be provided in all parapet walls or projections above the roof level, to permit 
the installation of counter-flashings. 

It is desirable that a concrete fillet be formed in all angles between the roof surface and parapet 
walls, etc., to afford an easy turn for the flashings. 

Plumbers' pipes or other projections are to be in place before the roofing is laid and provided with 
suitable metal collars wherever necessary. 

2. Materials. — Quantities following per 100 square feet of completed roof surface: 

Two layers S.P.C. Saturated Felt — 208 sq. ft 30 lbs. 

One layer 2-ply Ru-ber-oid Roofing — 108 sq. ft 42 lbs. 

Ru-BER-oiD Hard Compound 100 lbs. 

S.P.C. Asphaltum Paint-— }^ Imperial gallon 5 lbs. 



Material per 100 square feet 177 lbs. 

3. Application. — (a) The concrete surface shall be thoroughly dry and swept clean of all dust and 
loose particles of concrete. 

(b) Paint the entire concrete surface with one coat S.P.C. Asphaltum Paint, using not less than 
J^ Imperial gallon per 100 square feet. 

(c) Mop the painted surface with hot Ru-BER-oiD Hard Compound, using net less than 30 lbs. 
per 100 square feet, and, while hot, imbed the two thicknesses of S.P.C. Saturated Felt, lapping each 
sheet 1 9 inches over the preceding one and mopping with the hot Ru-ber-oid Hard Compound the 
full width of the lap, so that in no case shall felt touch felt. 

(d) Install all outlets and collars, nailing same securely in place. Cement a reinforcement of 
S.P.C. Asphalt Saturated Felt into all angles and around all outlets and over all collars with Ru-ber-oid 
Hard Compound- 

(e) Mop the surface of the two thicknesses of S.P.C. Saturated Felt with the Ru-ber-oid Hard 
Compound and imbed into this, while hot, the top sheet of 2-ply Ru-ber-oid Roofing. I^ap each 
sheet of Ru-ber-oid Roofing two (2) inches on the preceding one, applying the Ru-ber-oid Com- 
pound well between the laps. 

(/) Finally, brush the hot Ru-BER-oiD Hard Compound carefully and evenly along the top of the 
lap to a width of from four to six inches. 

(g) Counter-flashings shall be lirnily fixed into raglets with wedges and pointed with cement. 

Note i. — The above specifications apply to roofs having a pitch not greater than 4 in. per foot. 
In cases where the pitch is greater than 4 in., we supply a Special Ru-ber-oid Hard Compound of a 
higher melting point. 

Note 2. — The material in above specifications should be applied from ridge to eaves on roofs of 
pitch greater than i in. to the foot. 

Substitute i-ply Ru-ber-oid Roofing for 2-ply in par. 2. 
Substitute 3^-ply Ru-ber-oid Roofmg for 2-ply in par. 2. 

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Substitute M-ply Ru-bER-oid Roofing for 2-ply in par. 2, and substitute 22 lbs. S.P.C. Saturated 
Felt for 30 lbs, in par. 2, 

We are prepared to bid for material alone or for Roofing laid complete. We guarantee: — 



Type "A" — ro years without coating or 15 years with 3 coats Ru-bEr-inE at intervals of 3, 7 and 
II years from date of laying. 

Type "B" — 10 years without coating. ■ ■' 

Type "C"^ — -yyears without coating or 10 years with i coat Ru-bEr-inE 5 years from date of laying. 

Type "D"— 5 years without coating or 10 years with 2 coats Ru-ber-ine at intervals of 2 years 
and 7 years from date of laying. 



Specifications follow exactly the wording of Type "A," the only change being the substitution of 
"Heavy Weight Ka-lor-oid" (Red or Green, as desired) for "2-ply Ru-ber-oid" in par. 2. 



BUItT-UP 

KA-LOR-OID 

ROOFING. 

SPECinCATIONS, Substantially the same as foregoing specifications for CoNCRttTE Roof's. Full and complete data 

RU-BBK-OID furnished on request. Guarantees given for same periods on each type, as detailed foregoing. 

OVER BOARDS, 

KA-LOR-OID 

OVER BOARDS. 

TYPES A, B, C, D. 



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Our standard quality. Made in three weights, designated plies:— 

I ply, for barns, outbuildings etc. Guaranteed 5 years. Average weight, 35 l^s. per 

square, with fixtures. 
^ ply, for dwellings, warehouses, stores, etc. Guaranteed 10 years. Average weight, 

4.5 lbs. per square, with fixtures. 
3 ply, for factories and severest usage. Guaranteed 1 5 years. Average weight, 55 lbs. 

per square, with fixtures. 
Ru-BER-oiD is the pioneer smooth-surfaced ready roofing. The 2-ply and 3-ply grades 
are rated by the Canadian Fire Underwriters' Association as "first class -the lowest or 

base rate. t^ ^ ^ .< ^ j 

For testimonials and fuller details, .vrite for our booklets, ^' All About Roofing. Around 
the World with RU'BER-OID" and -RU^BER-OID Mhyr 



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Grand Trijxk Pacipic Hotel, 

IlDMUNTON-, AlTA. 

Ruur Sheathed with Rl"'BEi^-oili RooriNn. 
AReHiTECTS:^RuSJ^&: ^^^:Do^'ALD. 



rof<T Garry Hotel, Winnipeg. 

Roof ^^heathed with Ru-ber-oii> 

RooPiN'o, Basement Waterproofed 

WITH Impkrvite. 

AkcinrECTs:— Ru&s & McFarlane. 



Chateau Laurier Hotel, 
Ottawa, Okt. 

Roof Sheathed with Ru-bEr-oid Rooftng- 

Architects:— Ross & McFarlane, 



KA-LOR-OID, 



The Ru-BER-OID in handsome permanent shades of Red and Green. This is a .patented product, 
the only permanently coloured readv-to-lav roofing marketed in Canada. The colours are made an 
integral part of the exposed surface in the process of manufacture— /zo/ painled on. Made in the following 
^veights; 

Red— :Mediuni weight, 40 lbs. per square, packed for shipment. (Guaranteed 5 years.) 

Red— Heavy weight, 50 lbs. per square, packed for shipment. (Guaranteed 10 years.) 

Green— Heavy -weight, 50 lbs. per square, packed for shipment. (Guaranteed 10 years.) 

Ka-lor-oid is adapted for churches, dwellings, theatres, bungalows or any structures where artistic 

effect is desired. ,, 




Roofed with Duro Sh:::glgs. 



AL-BA-ROID. 



The Ru-BER-OID in White. This result is obtained by imbedding a sheet of asbestos in the 
exposed surface, insuring not alone a permanently white roofing, but adding to the 
fire -re si stance of the roof covering. Made only in one weight^45 lbs. per square, 
complete with fixtures. Guaranteed 10 years. 



DURO RIGID 
SHINGLES. 




The onh' rigid prepared roofing shingles marketed in Canada. Manufactured 
in Slate and Red; size S in. x 1234 in-i laid 5 in. to the w'eather. Applied in 
the same manner as wooden shingles. Put up in packages each sufficient to cover 25 square feet of 
surface. No exposed nails. 



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CRONOl.ni':. 



DOMENION. 



KURKKA, 



HrRKK.V, 

rvri- L. 



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Rr-BT-R-oin 

WATHUrROOK 
CLOTH. 



RU-BER-OID 
WALL BOARD. 



RU BER-OID 
F'LOOR CLOTH 



"STANX'O" 
CARPET FI-LT 



"SNUG" FELT. 



BURLAP PELT. 



S(A'[-:rick;n 
sheathing 

FELT. 



A mcdiuiu-prkvd .Vsj)luill KuDliiii;, surfaced on IkjIIi sidc^ uilli eruslK'tl granite. Madt: in customary 
wcij^hts— I ply, 35 lbs.; 2 ply, 45 lbs.; 3 ply, ,<;5 lbs. 

An .\spluilt Roofing similar tn CronulitL', with one sick- surfaced with cru^ilK-d granite. Customary 
wcli;hts. 

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An Asphalt Rootlnj^ similar to Crnnolitc. but asphalt smooth-coated on bijth sides. Customary 
weights. 

An Asphalt Roofing, smooth-coated both sides. Special weijijhts— i ply, 40 Ibb. ; 2 ply, 50 lbs.; 
J ply, 60 lbs. 

Made of hea\'y duck, saturated and coated with Ru-BnR-oiD Gum. Marketed in colours. Black 
and Red. and in two weights. Suitable for covering decks, porches or any exposed surface subject to 
hard wear under foot. 

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No. 1 Black — 27 lbs. per square, complete with fixtures. 
No. 2 Black — 37 lbs. per square, complete with fixtures. 
No. I Red — 30 lbs. per square, complete with fixtures. 
No. 2 Red — 40 lbs. per square, complete with fixtures- 
Manufactured in two weights, medium and heavy, from a wood pulp board, which is suitably sized 
to prevent absorption of moisture. Made in two styles, one consisting of solid board and the other 
with the individual layers of board cemented together by means of asphalt. Also having an impreg- 
nated back to prevent the absorption of moisture from the exterior of buildings. Made with a plain 
surface suitable to receive coat of paint of any appropriate colour, which we will supply specially for 
this purpose, also with a grained effect, exactly duplicating the surface and colour of various kinds of 
wood, including mahogany, golden oak, weathered oak and Janisero. 

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An improved floor covering, adapted for tise in residences, hospitals, sanitariums, churches, lodge 
rooms, billiard rooms, factories, stores, tlieatres, etc., or for any interior where linoleum, oilcloth or 
cork carpet has hitherto been used. Its distinctive features are:— Greater durability, giving longer 
service than old-time flooring. Absolutely waterproof and non-absori^ent. no porous canvas back being 
used as in linoltum. More sanitan'. as its composition is so dense that it alTords no lodgment for germs, 
and it will not absorb grease, kitchen drippings or like refuse. May be unrolled and laid at almost 
anv indoor temperature. Highlv ftrc-resistant and may be used with safety around stoves and heaters. 
Burning embers will not ignite it. Made in Black atid Red. Put up in rolls 36 in. or 4 4 and in 73 in. 
or 8 4 wide. Rolls about 30 lineal yards. 

Marketed in weights 16 oz., 20 oz. and 24 oz. per lineal yard. Rolls 36 in. wide, each containing 
50 lineal yards. 

Marketed in one weight only, 24 oz. per lineal yard, rolls coutainiug 50 lineal yards. A high-grade 
material for high-grade interiors. 

Marketed in Grey, Red and Green. Suitable for interior lining as a cheap substitute for lining 
boards. Put up in rolls 3/. in. wide, ccmtaining 400 scpiare leet. 



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StlF!\TllHI> TIIHDmilliillT WITH StiVKKICHiN l''liI.T. 

I'ul u\) in rolk 36 in. wide, containing 400S(|uare fvet. S:iUtrated and single coaled with Ru-niCR-OID 
Gum. This material was first marketed in Canada some six years ago, to meet an insistent denuuul for 
a shealhing free from the objcctifjuable odour of tar paper and of superior quality, to insure perman- 
ency in constructi<m, free-dom from dranglits and dampness— in a word, a sheathing of lasting 
character, flexible, \valeri>roof and wind-i>roof, of hi^h tensile strength, that will not harbour vermin. 
It possesses great insulating (pialities, thus contributing tu the comfort uf the occupier, and insures 
a cool iTiUrior in sniinncr and a warm one in winter, saving cont bills. 



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PRODUCTS 



"OUEEN'S 
HEAD." 



HOW TO 
SPECIFY. 



WEIGHTS PER 
SQUARE FOOT. 



"FLEUR-DE-LIS." 



CORRUGATED 
SHEETS. 



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JOHN LYSAGHT, LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS, 

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BRIvSTOL, ENGLAND. 

A. C. LESLIE & CO., LIMITED 

MONTREAL, QUE- 
Managers, Canadian Branch. 



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" OUEEN'S HEAD " and other well-known brands of 
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON. 

This brand is the standard the world over for high- 
class work. Made of the best grade of soft Open Hearth 
Steel, absolutely fiat, it will stand the most severe working 
tests. It differs from all other makes in the system of gal- 
vanizing, which gives a smooth, bright surface, free from 
thinly coated or defective spots, ensuring the greatest 
durabihty. First cost may be a Uttle higher, but it is the 
cheapest in the end. 




CANADA 



All Galvanized Iron Work to be of "QUEEN'S HEAD." No other brand 
will be accepted as "equal." Brand to appear on every sheet. 

(cornices—To be made oj 2SG "Queen s Head'' Galvanized Iron. 

\ CONDUCTORS^ All Conductors to he either Corrugated or made with expansion joints. 

[FLASHiyGS—To be of "Queen's Head" Galvanized Iron. 

GUTTERS— To be made of 26G "Queen's Head'' Galvanized Iron. 

All Guilers to be set with an even continuous fall to rain condnciors. 

(SKYLIGHTS— To be made of 2^G "Queen's Head" Galvanized Iron. 

\ VENTILA TORS — Skylighls'to have condensation gutters with discharge at eaves. 

No other brand can fairly be substituted for "Queen's Head." for none is equally durable. 



Gauge. . 
Weight 



28 
,687 lbs. I 



26 



24 



.750 lbs. I 1.061 lbs 



22 

1.3 1 3 lbs. 



20 
1.600 lbs. 



18 



16 



1.950 lbs. ; 2.625 lbs 



Lysaght's Sheets are rolled as true to gauge as possible, not varying more than 
5% from these average figures. This is important, as light weight sheets are often 
supplied. 

Is made of the same quality of Steel as "Queen's Head," and is fully guaranteed 
for working purposes. It differs chiefly in the galvanizing, which is somewhat 
lighter than that on "Queen's Head," but is at least equal to any other brand. 

" Redcliffe " is the standard brand for this purpose, made of soft Steel, uniform 
in weight, and of exactly the same finish as "Fleur-de-Lis." For special work 
requiring the most durable galvanizing, "ORB" Brand should be specified. 




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TORONTO 



PRODUCTS 



CON STRUG 
TION. 



INSTALLA 
TIONS. 



THE A. B. ORMSBY COMPANY, LIMITED 

associated with 

The Metal Shingle & Siding Co., Limited, 

preston, montreal, saskatoon, calgary. 



WINNIPEG 



— Not Expensive 




p-'g. 2. 



NONPAREIL PUTTYLESS SKYLIGHT. 

Cannot Leak — Lasts Indefinitely— Simple in Construction 

Endorsed by architects and approved by governments. 

All Metal and Glass — no 
putty used. 

See lead glazing cushion No. 
5, Fig. 2. It has parallel ver- 
tical walls that will conform 
perfectly with the uneven sur- 
face of the skylight glass. This 
is detachable and reversible, so 
that it can be applied after all 
the field work, except glazing, 
has been done. 

There are two vertical walls 
on each cushion and two 
cushions on each bar, so it is 
absolutely impossible for any 
water to get in. Perfection is 
the aim of the patentee, and a 
special gutter, No. 7, Fig. 2, has 
been arranged to take care of 
any water which might get 
through under abnormal con- 
ditions. 

The perfection of these cush- 
ions has been tested by leaving 
off caps Nos. 3 and 4, Fig. 2, 
during several severe storms, 
and not a leak has developed. 

The bars of galvanized or 
lead-coated steel are made as 
No. 7, Fig. 2. This is the 
principal part of the bar, and is 
bent up to form condensation 
gutters. Although this makes a 
bar of great strength, it is rein- 
forced by the bent metal No. 6, 
Fig. 2, which supports the 
cushion and glass, and forms an 
extra dust gutter. 

On these sheds we have supplied and erected over 100,000 square feet glass area Nonpareil Skylights. This i^ one 
or the largest Ikvlight contracts ever let in America. There was used in connection with this contract over lOO.ooo 
square fee? of Ki^^^^^^ -ired glass. 50 tons i6-oz. cold-rolled, copper, and over ,00 tons of lead-coated ,6 gauge 

bars. The Canadian Pacific Railway adopted this Nonpareil bar in preference to all other makes. 

OTHER RECENT SXYLIGHT INSTALLATIONS. 

Redford Building. Montreal Peter Lyall & Sons. Contractors. 

Ross & Macdonald, Architects. 

Lewis Building, Montreal 5' S' ?]" r^^^^' r^^t'^'^'n^' 

Canadian Vickers Maxim Co.. Maisonneuve E- G- M. Cape, Contractor. 

Imperial Wire & Cable Co.. Montreal E. G. M. Cape. Contractor. 

Abitibi Pulp & Paper Co.. Iroquois Falls. Ont. 

University of Saskatoon. 

These are just a few of the many. 




New C.P.R. Train Sheds at VVixosor Street StaT[ON*, Montreal 



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ROOFING. 

THE 
ANCHOR -BAR 

SKYLIGHT. 



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RECENl 

CONTRACTS. 



VENTILATORS. 



SPECIFICATION 
FOR "REED'S" 
FOUR-PLY FELT 

AND GRAVEL 
ROOF. 



BASEMENT 
FLOORS. 



OTHER ADVER 
TISEMENT. 



Anghqr-Bar St^.YLIGHT 

PATENTED 
MANUFACTURED IN CANADA BY 

Ceo , W-Reep ^ Qo.jUiMtTEP 

MONTREA L 



GEO. W. REED & CO., LIMITED 

37 St. Antoine Street, 
MONTREAL. 

We do Slate, Mbtal, Gravel, Plastic and Tile Roofing, Asphalt and Cement Work, Water- 
proofing and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds. 

Sixty years' experience in the roofing business in Montreal and vicinity enables us to handle all 

its problems with satisfaction to all concerned. 

The Anchor-Bar Skylight is 
especially designed for large areas 
where the bar length is in excess 
of eight feet. The bar proper 
consists of two structural mem- 
bers, a 2 X I J^ inch tee and a 
i^ X i3^ inch angle, which are 
secured together with malleable 
iron clamps at sufficient intervals 
to secure proper strength and 
rigidity. The angle member 
serves as a gutter for condensa- 
tion. Glass rests on flange of tee 
on a bed of pure wool felt. 
Copper saddles are set about four 
feet apart to receive caps after 
glazing. 

Especial attention is called 
to method of securing skylight to 
curbs, as shown in accompan\dng 
cut, clearly indicating the great 
strength obtained. The thrust of 
skylight is directly against the 
heavy angle, which is lag screwed 
to curb and which cannot give 
way while curb holds. Compare 
this feature w^ith other so-called 
"improved ' ' types of skylight 
construction, w^hich are largely 
weak at the curb. The relative 
position of tee flanges and base 
angle forms a shoulder, which 
prevents any possibility of the 

sliding of glass (an important feature in large skylights). A copper apron protects base angle 
from weather, and also prevents snow from percolating through condensation outlets. 

Cross gutters, caps, apron and saddles are of copper unless otherwise noted. By increasing 
depth of tee stem, the strength of bar is increased, but for ordinary spans our standard '2 x i]^ inch 
tee should be specified. 



CONCRETE 
CURB 



WOOD 
CURB 




Ntw Birks Building, Montreal 

Can- Pac. Ry., Completion of Concourse. 

City Hall Annex, Montreal 

Dominion Textile Factory, Mag-og. 

Dominion Government, Marine and Fisheries Bldg., Halifax. 

Fraser Building. Montreal. 

Sir R. Forget. Residence. 



Fairmont School, Prot. Bd. of School Com. 
Montreal Locomotive Works. 
Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Montreal. 
National Breweries, Dow Branch. 
Standard Building, Montreal 
St. Lawrence Sugar Refinery. 



We are the sole licensed Canadian manufacturers of the celebrated Burt 
Ventilator. These Ventilators are made with either glass or metal top. The 
Sliding Sleeve is a very valuable feature found in no other ventilator. A 
special booklet dealing with this Ventilator will be sent on request. 

There shall be four thicknesses of best No. i tarred roofing felt, weighing 
not less than 14 lbs, per hundred square feet, single thickness, and not less 
than 120 lbs. of best straight-run gas pitch, and not less than 400 lbs. gravel, 
from 14'' to ^" in size, per too sq. ft. of completed roof. Applied as follows: 
Lay four full thicknesses of felt, lapping each 24" over the preceding one, 
mopping with hot pitch the fuU width of the 24" lap between the plies. All 
walls, curbs, etc., to be well flashed up with felt at least 10". Spread over 

the entire surface of the roof a uniform coating of pitch, into which, while hot, embed the gravel. 
The gravel must in all cases be dry. This roof we guarantee for ten years, 

Our vulcanite underfioor is perfectly sanitary, being absolutely damp-proof and vermin^proof. 
Top floor may be either cement or wood. Asphalt and Cement work of all kinds executed. Asphalt 
is especially adapted for use in School Basements and Playrooms, Locker Rooms, Drill Halls, Breweries, 
Abattoirs, Railway Baggage Rooms, etc. 

See Fireproof Windows, Doors, etc., on page 342. 




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CANADIAN SUPPLY & CONTRACTING CO., LIMITED 

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Structural Waterproofing Engineers axd Contractuks, 

TORONTO, CANADA. 



PRODUCTS. 



Let us tender on your ROOFING, WATERPROOFING and FLOORING 
specifications. 

We undertake contracts for Roofing. Waterproofing, Tar Rock, and Mastic 
Asphalt Flooring. Our Complete Equipment enables us to execute the work in 
accordance with Architects' and Engineers' Specifications. 

We supply Roofing, Waterproofing and Insulating Materials. 




Ontario National Brick Co., Limited, CooksviluE, 0.\t. 200,000 Sq. Fekt RooFiNti o\' .\bove lirii.nixr, Si'ppi.iku uv Us 




Foundations of Ten CP.R. Freight Terminals, Toronto- The Waterproofing on above Fouxdatio.ns Execcted in I's. 




NOTE 



Toronto Structural Steel Co., Limited, Westom, Oxt., 60,000 Sq. Keet of Tar Road Flooring Laid by us. 

Our work on many notable Canadian Buildings is a guarantee of our ability to 
successfully carry out the most important contracts. 



CANADA LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED 



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CANADA LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED 



"That Reminds Me "— 
Thosk Hardwood Veneered Doors, 



io6 McKiNNON Building, 
TORONTO, OXT. 



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Adelaide 195. 



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C-L Co. 249 



C.L-Co. 162 



In Vtntcrecl Hunlwoods, arc made up in many kinds of woods, and so maiiufaclured lo be ready for cilhcr naUiral 

or iIk' niiiJiy siuiiu-d finislKs, wIkij leaving our jJant. 

liirch, Plain Ktd Oak. vSaiiu Finisli Rtd Gun. for Lilhcr Circassian Walnut or Mahoyaiiy fiiush. Ytllow Pine 
in rolar)- cut l;tr^:t' fik'urcd Hake or slraiylu yraintd veneers, Quarter-Sawn Ked and While Oaks, are some of ihc 
\voo(]s enleriuK into our jjroduet. 

Our VniLerid Door Planl is housed in huiklint's eretlcd lo suit the needs of the nianufacluriiiK of perfect doors, 
and the equipment is Uie l)est ihal money and brains can pul together, Willi this excellent equipment, intludiuK 
our si)etia! dry kilns fur properly trealin;^ hardwood linn!»er. we j^iKiranlee to give our customers doors cquLil lo Ihe 
fmesl on ihe murket. On this i)a^e are shown a few de^signs as manufactured by us, but we wish it known thai we 
are able lo make si)ecial designs when wanted by arehileels for use in olliee buildings, hotels, aijarlnient houses, etc. 

VeneerctI HijnUvood Doors beiuj^ Ihe finest ^rade of doors manufactured, must not be handled and exposed Ukc 
ordinary s^iock doors, but need a small amount of attention when the doors are first received by you, just like any 
nliiiT liijili-^^riuie piece of furniture would receive from your hands. 

All Mootl is porous, and the drier antJ more thoroughly seasoned it is the more readily it absorbs moisture. l"or 
example: Shi>ul(i an unfinishid door "in Ihe white/' as received Ijy yon. be placed in a damp room or warehouse or 
a newly pla^h-rcd house not yet firy, il rajjidly absorbs the moisture in Ihe air^nalurally expandinji and swelling the 
wood in the duur. Laler on. when such a door is dried out. the wood shrinks and Uvisls and requires considerable 
rejiairs 

All Ibis trouble can be avoided if proi)er care and attention is j^iven in the handling of high-j^rade veneered doors, 

First: As s^jon as Ihe doors are received from ihe depot and the packing aiul crating' removed, have them filletl 
\\i!h one coal of ^^ood filler; two coals are heller, but one coat well ap|>lied will do. Doors beinfi shipped "in Ihe 
\^h^te" and liiliMi as above, will be i)rolecled from the moisture in the atmosphere until ready for use, but doors, 
even so tillefb must be kept in a reasonably dry place until huny and varnished. Never i^lace a veneered hardwood 
door, nnr any other interior fuiish. in a freshly plastered buildinj;. Be sure that the plaster is IhorouKhly dry. and 
where possible, it is best lo dry out the building with artificial heat- When a door has been fitted and huuK. paint 
the lop and bi»ttom edgts of the dour with pure lead and oil. Veneered doors exposed to the weather must he filled 
and Kivcn at least Iwo heavy coats of good exterior varnish. This should be 
a]t]i!i.-d lo the edj;es as well as on the flat surfaces, Han^ no outside exposed door 
williiiut inmie.lialely filling and vnrnisliing same. 

l'r(*vidinK the above sugKeslions are followed after the ddors leave our ware- 
houses, wc guarantee "our doors" Iri stand and prove satisfactory. 

We carry these doors iu slock in the city. Samples of Uiem can he seen at our 
utlice. 

Wc liandle everything in lumber. Special bills of limber cut to tjrder on short 
niUicc, 

High-grade Oak. Maj>le and liirch Flooring for dwellings, etc. Also good 
sound grades of the above for factory floors, and in Mai>le up to 5 inches thick wlien 
heavy strain and rcjugh usage prevails. 




XoTE.~Thc above cut shows the constniction of the best Hardw(>*«] Veneered 
Door made. 

The above arc a few cuts of our Hardwood Doors. We can supply any design 
required. 




CLCoSlykS, 



C.L Co. 2l9t 



VENEERED DOORS, STAVED COLUMNS, ETC. 



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BATTS LIMITED 



BATTS LIMITED 

Office and Mill: 368-400 Pacific Avenue, 

WEvST TORONTO, ONT. 



PRODUCTS. 



COLUMNS. 



NEWEL POSTS, 



BALUSTERS 



SASH. 



DOORS. 



We manufacture VENEERED and PINE DOORS, STAVED COLUMNS for Exterior and Interior Use. FRAMES. 
SASH, FLOORING. PINE and HARDWOOD TRIM, NEWEL POSTS, BALUSTERS, TURNINGS. STAIR 
MATERIAL, Etc. 

High-grade Staved Cokunns, manufactured in all kinds of wood, in any diameter or length, are a specialty with us. 
A large stock of columns always on hand, enables us to make prompt shipment. Our facilities for the execution of orders 
to special design are such that we can satisfactorily meet any requirement. 

In Quarter-Cut Oak, Birch, Georgia Pine. Several designs always in stock. Special Newels to detail quickly made 
to order. 

We carry a large stock of Verandah and Stair Balusters ready for immediate shipment, and we are well equippctl for 
turning Balusters to detail. 

Our complete, up-to-date Sash Machinery is turninjj out large C|uaiitilies <luily. All sash are dovetailed at Ihe 
meeting-rail. 

We are specially well equipped in our Door Department, having the Ijest door machinery ohtainabk'. In inir Glue- 
Room wc have a loo-ton Power Press, used exclusively on our Veneered Doors. Only thoroughly kilu-drifd While fine 
is used for our Veneered Door cori.'s. A large stock of door veneers in all the cabinet woods arc always kept on hand. 








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U.L. Xu. 306, 14'CiTT Oak 



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CATALOGUHS. 



Design B-L- No. 3 



Design B.L. Xo. 4.. 



Design B.L. Xo, 6. 



Il.I-[rSTRATED CONSTRircTK^M, 

The above illustration shows our lock joint 
anfl our mcthorl of connt-ctinK thi^ cap an<l base 
to the !^hAft of Our stock tolumn^. Both tnd^ 
of the shaft are hedded in Mastic PiKty. This 
is our own idea^ and, as far as wi^ know, rs not 
in use by any other manufatJturer. By this 
iTieans it is impossible tor water or moisture to 
get to the inside of our columns. 



A complete catalogue of our various lines will be mailed on request, and we particularly invite correspondence from 
architects, builders and contractors regarding special work. 



THE RAT PORTAGE LUMBER CO., LIMITED 



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VENEERED DOORS, ETC. 



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VENEER DOORS, 



INTERIOR FINISH 



THE RAT PORTAGE LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED 

Manufacturers of Everything for a Building. 

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 

. The Veneers used in building Rat Portage Doors are from many varieties of hard and soft woods. The principal 
woods are Red, White and Unselected Birch, plain Red and White Oak and Red and White Quarter-Cut Oak, Mahogany, 

and Yellow Fir. 

Our plain Oak, Birch and Fir Veneers are rotary cut and selected for their beautiful figures. Our Veneer Doors are 
all built on cores made from kiln-dried pine strips, glued together under powerful pressure. Rat Portage Doors are per- 
fect doors and are guaranteed as good as the best. 

We are experts at reading architects' designs, and employ only experts to manufacture Interior Finish to their details 
and requirements. 

We make a specialty of manufacturing Interior Finish, Store and Bank Fixtures, Counters, Hotel Bars, Store 
Fronts. Church Furniture, etc., in stock or special designs. 

A large supply of seasoned Hard and Soft Wood always on hand. Rat Portage work is always good work and 
guaranteed. 




Side Lights — M. joS. 

This Sidelight is designed to go with 
our M. io8, ]09 or 89; also made with 
bottom panel to match AI. 189. Cut 
shows plain Red Oak filled with bevel 
plate glass. M'q build ^^'ith any wood 
to match the door. 

We manufacture designs to match 
any standard door made. 




Craftsman Door — i\r. 117. 

A beautiful form of sash door for use between 
dimly lighted rooms and in \'cstibules. Caai be 
glazed with any form of glass. Illustration 
shows Red Birch, square edge stiles, rails and 
bars with bevel plate glass. We build with any 
wood desired. 



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Side Lights — IVL loG. 

This beautiful Oval Sidelight will 
match any form of oval light door. 
Cut shows plain Red Oak filled with 
bevel plate glass. We build with any 
wood to match door. Art glass makes 
a beautiful filling- 

We make a specialty of manufac- 
turing to architects' special designs- 



Architects will find it to their own and clients^ benefit to specify Rat Portage Finish and Designs. Estimates cheerfully given on all stock or 

special designs of work. The largest capacity in Western Canada. We manufacture everything for a building- 



QUALITY- 



OUR MOTTO: 
PRICE. 



SERVICE. 



HANGERS 



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THE DUPLEX HANGER CO. 



THE DUPLEX HANGER CO. 

General, Office and Works: 
East 53RD Street and Lakeside Avenue, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Agents : 
Montreal: David INIcGill, S3 Bleurv St. Toronto: Hepburn and Disher, Ltd 

Winnipeg; Mackenzie Bros., 244 Princess St. Vancouver; Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd. 

Calgary and Edmonton: Canadian E<^uipment and Supply Co., Ltd. 



PRODUCTS. 



ENDORSE- 
MENT. 



SPECIFICA- 
TION. 



REFERENCE, 



We are the sole manu- 
facturers of the "Duplex" 
Joist, Wall and I-Beam 
Hangers, "Duplex" Post 
Caps, Post Bases, Wall 
Plates and W^all B oxes , 
both in Steel and Malleable 
Iron, for use in the erection 
of heavy mill-constructed 
warehouses and factory 
buildings, as well as in 
ordinary joist - constructed 
buildings. Also the "Cleve- 
land" Galvanized and Cor- 
rugated Wall Ties and 
Snow Guards; the "Du- 
plex" Concrete Inserts for 
Floors and Girders. 



"Duplex" Hangers and 
Post Caps are recognized 
by Architects and Builders 
as the standard. Endorsed 
by the Building Commis- 
sioners of the large cities of 
the United States and Can- 
ada. Approved by the 
National Board of Fire Un- 
derwriters, and a reduced 
rate of Insurance will be 
granted where "Du2:)lex" 
is used. 

If architects and engi- 
neers, in specifying Hang- 
ers and Post Caps, will men- 
tion the name "Duplex," 
the proper Hangers and 
Caps for the timbers will be 
furnished. "Duplex" 
Hangers and Post Caps are 
designed to carry the tim- 
bers for which they are in- 
tended with a large factor 
of safety. 

We will furnish list of in- 
stallations and any special 
information, upon request. 





"Duplex' Joist Han:geh. 
For ordimary construction 



"Duplex" Joibt Hanger, 
for heavv mill construction. 





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Duplex" Wall Hanger. 



Duplex" Extra Heavy 'U'all H.inger. 




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"1)i'pll:x" Siiii-L Pusr Caps. 

FOR ONE-, TWO-, TllKUlEi- OK roiiR-Wv\Y TO SUIT ANY FRAMLXtJ- 





Duplex" Wall Box. 



■■Dupij;x" Steici, Post Bask. 



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CHARLES MULVEY MAWUJbACTUiaiNLr UUMPAJN If 



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JBUlLUiritJ bFiiClALTlES 



CHARLES MULVEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

1537 West 35TH Street, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



PRODUCTS. 

ILLUSTRA- 
TIONS. 



HANGERS. 



Manufacturers of BUILDING SPECIALTIES for Mill Constructed Buildings. 

We present herewith cuts of some of the leading Building Specialties manufac- 
tured by us and used very largely throughout the United States for mill constructed 
buildings. 

We make Hangers to fit any special condition. 

All Joist Hangers bent while hot. 

When ordering, please give net exact size of timbers. 






Joist Hangj;!*. 



Double Hanger, or Stirrup. 



Wall Hanger 



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Two-Way Post Cap. 





■|2 This Screw to be removed 
G willi False Work. 



Anchors (of Kvkky Kind) 



Insert for Concrete Walls. 



INSERT FOR 

CONCRETE 
WALLS. 

PRICES AND 

INFORAIA- 

TION. 



How do you fasten your Shafting, Pipe, Hangers, etc., to Concrete Walls? 
this Insert and save all labour and expense of breaking holes in concrete. 
Send for descriptive pamphlet. 



Use 



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We aim to make our prices reasonable, and, to the observer, it is evident at once 
that the cost of handlmg and installing in the building any of the products shown 
IS extremely low. 

Prices and other information furnished upon request. 



ROLLING PARTITIONS AND WARDROBES 



83 



JAS. G. WILSON MFG. CO. 



JAS. G. WILSON MFG. CO. 

Manufacturers of Wood Rolling Partitions and Wardrobes, 



332 So. Michigan Avenue, 
CHICAGO, ILL. 






West 29TH Street, 
NEW YORK, U.S.A. 



Factory, -^ 
NORFOLK, VA 



PRODUCTvS. 



DESCRIPTION 



WILSON'S 

HYGIENIC 

WARDROBES. 



WILSON'S 
PATENT 
ROLLING 
PARTITIONS. 



WILSON'S PATENT HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL-ROLLING WOOD 
PARTITIONS; WILSON'S HYGIENIC WARDROBES. 

Wilson's Rolling Partitions are adapted for church and school buildings as a means 
of economizing space in the subdi- 
vision of schoolrooms. About thirty 
thousand churches and schools are 
fitted with our Rolhng Partitions. 

As shown, are made in several 
styles desirable for schools and in- 
stitutions. The arrangement shown 
in the illustration is one plan of 
ventilating our wardrobes. The 
air, being drawn into the wardrobe 
from the room, at the bottom, passes 
out through the air shaft or flue and 
can not re-enter the room . This 
avoids the unpleasant odours of the 
drying clothing on a wet day. 
Every wardrobe is equipped with 
hooks, shelves and racks for the 
children's convenience. 

Are constructed of wooden slats 

that adjust themselves automatically 
to atmospheric changes. 




Wilson's HvGirc.MC Wardrubks. StylIi U. Huri/.ont M.-RnuLiNii. 






VERTrCAL-ROLLlNC PaRI lTIll^fS. 



HoRiz-ON-TAL-HtJixiJiG Partitions. 



The Horizontal-Rolling Partitions, 
as shown, coiling 
up , have no limit to 
the width of open- 
ings to be closed. In 
auditoriums and 
churches where 
large openings are 
to be closed we 
divide the width 
into sections by us- 
ing movable posts. 

The Vertical-Rolling Partitions, 
as shown, coiling sideways, WAX readily 
close openings 50 ft. wide without the 
aid of intermediate parts. Only one 
inch head room is required above the 
line of partition or clear opening. No 
helical springs, wire cords or compli- 
cated cog-wheel gears are employed. 
The operating device is so simple that 
it can not get out of order. 

ADVANTAGES. These rolling partitions are air^ 

tight, soundproof, noiseless and 

easy in motion. Damaged slats can 

be replaced in a few minutes. No 

working parts to get out of order. A 

blackboard surface can be placed 

on the opposite side of the roller, when desired for schools and institutions. 
PRICES, CATALOGUES AND TESTIMONIALS— Furnished upon request to the New York Office or nearest agent. 

For our Special Protective Steel Rolling Doors and Shutters see our advertisement on page 360. 
For our Venetian Blinds and Awnings see our advertisement on page 217. 




Wilson's Hygienic W.ardrobes. Style D, Vkhtical-Rullin!;. 



WILLIAM PEACE CO., LIMITED 



84 



WINDOW STRIP & SUPPLY CO., LIMITED ? 



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Toronto Agent: 
James Everett, 
140 Beaconsfield Avenue. 



WILLIAM PEACE CO.. LIMITED 

Bank of Hamilton Building, 
HAMILTON, ONT. 



AND 



Ottawa Agent: 
George Wilson, 
34.1 Gloucester Street 



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PRODUCTS. 



ADVANTAGES 



REINFORCING. 



Il 



APPLICATION. 



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INSTALLATIOX 



TESTIMONIALS, 



SUMMARY. 



ESTIMATES. 



THE WINDOW STRIP & SUPPLY CO., LIMITED 

107 Unity Building, St. Alexander Street, 

MONTREAL, QUE . 
Manufacturers. 



Manufacturers of the PEACE METAL WEATHER STRIP for Windows and Doors, made of 
Zinc, Brass or Bronze. 

The "Peace" Weather Strip is a permanent fixture which, when apphed to Windows and Doors, 
excludes drauglits and cold \vinds, dust and atmospheric filth, cuts off outside n-oises, tightens loose 
sash and pre\'ents rattling. It saves the cost of storm sash and trouble of same, and enables the house 
to be aired and kept healthy, which is almost impossible with storm sash. It provides a means for 
easy and free sliding of the windows at all times. Sticking is next to impossible. 

The Strip is fashioned with a rib running lengthwise and into which is forced a wooden core, which 
reinforces the strip and makes it practically indestructible. The reinforcing prevents all chances of the 
strips becoming bent, which so frequently occurs with other makes of weather, strips. This point of merit 
places it far above any other make of weather strip known and enables us to guarantee all equipments. 






The Weather Strip is fastened into the window casing channel, top, sides a-^d bottom The rib of 
the Strip fits mto a groove in the sash, thus making a joint very similar to a toneue and groove in the 
matched lumber. * Peace" Weather Strips can be applied to anv and all classes of windows, such as 
straight, curved or swell wmdows, and doors. We take the windows as they are found and guarantee 
the proper mstallation and working of the Strips. 

" Peace " Weather Strips are not sold to the Trade, but installed by our own experienced workmen 
of whom we have a number in various sections of the country. Estimates on work are submitted by 
the managers of our Branch Ofhces. ^ 

With our headquarters and factory in Hamilton, Ont., and an efficient staff of workmen, we are 
enabled to keep m close touch with our patrons, wherever located, by which means we have equipped 
man}' thousands of wmdows and doors. m ^i^ 

When we make the assertion that the "Peace" Metal Weather Strip reduces coal bills from 25 to 
40 per cent., we are advancmg no mere theory, but a hard proven fact 

We have records in the shape of voluntary testimonial letters from all sections of the country, and 
our managers of branches will at all times be ready to verify this to your satisfaction. 

The "Peace" Metal Weather Strip proves its usefulness and money saving principles by: 

Strengthening and adding life to the window. a t- t- j- 

Preventing admission of the winter blasts and cold. 

Keeping out dust, dirt and annoying outside noises. 

The enormous saving of the fuel bills. 

Its installation at one^half the cost of storm sash, and no further trouble 

Making the home more comfortable in numberless ways 

with^ufbl"lkTng glass^'''*"^"^ ^'''^^^' ^'''°^' ^' '^ '' impossible to open sash fasteners from outside 
Estimates and samples will be furnished from our nearest Branch Office, or a representative will 
tS^one^te^^^^^^^^ ''^ ""^^^ °^ '^" ^^^^^^^ ^^"P -^^ ^ -«^^^ - rec'ei^t of a car^^^ 



ROLLING PARTITIONS AND INSECT SCREENS 



85 



WATSON LIMITED 



WATSON LIMITED 

Head Office and Factories, 

BRADFORD, ONT. 



PARTITIONS BETWEEN CLASS ROOMS UNDER GALLERY. 

NOTES ON ^°'' ^^f above provision Is usually made for the roller between the gallery joists, and the Partitions are run down pilasters which are scribed to the 

COluinisi and to the wall. Pilasters need not be thicker than 2J inches. The space required for the rollers vary according to the height of Partition. The 



ROLLING following table yives space required. 

PARTITIONS. ""'^''' ffLT'''°''": 

8 feet 

feet . 13 in. jc 13 in. 

For the relative position for coiling space and pilasters see detail. 



Coiling Space Required, 
12 in. X 12 in. 
t2\ in. X 12 '- in. 



HtWhl of Partitions, 



10 f^et 
1 1 feet 
12 feet 



Coiiing Space Required, 

13 i in. X 13; in, 

14 in- X 14 in- 
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FOR ROLLING PARTITIONS BETWEEN CLASS ROOMS IN GALLERY. 

The roller for this Partition usually operates beneath the gallery ceiling; if. however, there is not sufficient headroom at thi! back of the eallery the 
roller IS put up between the joist and run down pilaster at column and wall, 

Thegallery floor b usually levelled up even with the highest part by m-eani of panel work with cap, so that when the Partition is down, the whole 
opening IS closed. In cases where the gallery is very steep, the Partition is usually dividt-d into two sections, the rear section can he pnlli^d tlown to the 
floor level at the wall, the front section can be pulled down until it strikes the hit;hi^st step in that section, 

ROLLING PARTITIONS IN FRONT OF CLASvS ROOMS. 

These work most satisfactorily when provision has been made in the cornice of the gallery. Coil space required as above Partition nms down 
pilaster on the supporting column. 

ROLLING PARTfTfONS FOR EXTRA WIDE OPENINGS, 



_ For openings over 15 feet Partitions are put in in more than one section divided by movable posts (size of post 2\ Ux. x 3 J in.>. By this 
width can be enclosed, and in a few moments, by throwBEi^ the Partitions to the top and taking away the posts, the floor cnii be left entirely . 



s means any 
clear. 





Watson" Partition with Sash over Rolkr 



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FOR ROLLIN'G PARTITIONS BETWEEN CLASS ROOMS. 

WHERE FREQUENT ACCESS IS REQUIRED DURING SESSION- 



"Watson" Rustless Insect Screen 



In this caisc the door is put at the side of Partition opening against the wall, and shutting against movable po^t. The balance of tht ^pace above the 
c!oor is closed in with the ordinary rolling partition. When the Boor is desired clear, the Partitions are roUed up and door swung back against the wall and 
post removed, 

VERTICAL PARTITIONS. 



Coiling Space Required. 
i6-J in. X 165 in. 
17I i.i. X 17! in. 
18 in. X 18 in. 
iSj in. X iS; in. 



These are frequently used between class rooms, and rolled into box at the wall. The coil space required as follows. 
Width of Partitions- Coiling Space Required. Width of Partitions, 

7 feet 13 Hn. X 13) in. 11 feet 

S fe«t i4i in. x 14! in. 12 feet 

9 feet 15 in, X 15 in, 13 feet 

10 feet 15^ in. X I5i in- 14 feet 

Track for the above can either be let in below the floor so as to be flush, or it can be put on the ftnished floor, making a projection of about ; in. 
Horizontal Partitions with glass at top are frequently desirable for the sake of H^ht, having glass over the top of roller. For this plan a heavy transom 
panel is provided at the point where the roller operates. The above transom panel provided for the roller also sustains the weight of the sash. The panel 
should be lirmly fastened at each end to jambs or pilasters down which the P:irtition runs. 

BLACKBOARD SITRFACE. 

Blackboard surface for teaching purposes can be supplied in all of the above Horizontal Partitions. The Blackboard going on the closed side of the 
Partition or the side opposite the roller. 

ROLLER WALL CASE FRONTS. 

The roller in this case is always concealed behind the frieze, and groove is provided in pilaster or division, so that the curtain can unroll until the base 
strikes the top of the bottom part of case. 

BLUE PRINTS COVERING THE ABOVE APPLICATIONS MAILED ON REQUEST, 



A THEY COMPANY 



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CLOTH-LINED METAL WEATHER STRIPS 



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ATHEY COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CLOTH-LINED METAL WEATHER STRIPS. 

HOME OFFICE AND FACTORY: 

17 E- Twenty-Third Street, CHICAGO, ILL. 
New England Branch: Boston, Mass., 184 Summer Street. 



Canadian Agencies: 



Calgarv: 
Edmomton: 
Halifax: 
Montreal: 



Can'adian Equipment & Supply Co., 514 Eleventh Ave. West. 

Canadian Equipment & Supply Co., 751 Ninth St. 

A. M. Bell & Co., 131 Granville St. 

Montreal \\'ood-Mosaic Flooring Co., 730 St. Catherine 

St. West. 



Quebec: Richard Freres, 533 St. Valier St. 
Toronto: Eberhard-\^"ood Mfg. Co., 36 Lombard St. 
Vancouver: E. G. Cullen, 326 Drake St. 
WiNN'iPEG: A. Thomson, 170 Bell Ave. 





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STRIP AND APPUCATIUX. 




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CLOTH-LINIiD CHAXXEL, 
Xo ItLikaj^c possible. 




ORDIXARV \vr:ATHER STRIP- 
Showing leakage ^vithout channel' 



Our flexible contact of cloth to metal gives an 
absolute protection against both wind and dust 
not possible with any metal-to-metal or metal-to- 
wood contact. Saves fuel. Seals the opening. 

Sheet metal fireproof windows made wind and 
dust tight with the Athey Cloth-Lined Metal 
Weather Strip, without friction. Various types to 
fit any detail. Over 5,000 metal windows now 
equipped. 

The cloth in our channel is not felt, but a three- 
ply Windsor or billiard table cloth, which will not 
stretch, and which we chemically treat in a way 
which makes it impervious to moisture. We 
guarantee that it will not rot or mildew, nor cut, 
stretch or tear for years. 

vSend us your difficult problems, and we will 
submit drawings and samples of equipment which 
will make any wood, metal or metal-covered door 
or window absolutely wind, water and dust tight- 




Fio. 4.— ONE OF NUMEROUS 
METHODS OF INSTALLING 
CLOTH-LINED STRIP ON 
SURFACE OF SHEET- 
METAL FIREPROOF SASH^ 





igO iSiJ 1 63 184 182 r8o and 182 iSi and 184 O and 5 1 

Fic. 6. SOME OF OUR VARIOVS TYPES FOR DOORS AND CASEMENT WINDOWS. 
Kos, iSuaiid iSj for top and lock edgo. Nos. iSi and a 82 or Nos. o and 51 for hinge edge. Special details for casement bottoms 



Fig. 5— SECTION OF COMFLE'TE 
WINDOW MODEL FITTED 

THROUGHOUT WITH 
CLOTH LIXED EQUIPMENT 

Note doth-to-melal contact lop, 
bottom, sides and meeting-rail. No 

wind or dust leakage, no friction, 
bindiny; or rattling. 




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52 



53 



54 



Flat of HocW of 5 

No- 5 No. J Complete 

No, 5 mcclinK-rail 
Ftc, 7, OUR STANDARD CLOTH-LINED EQUIPMENT FOR DOT'BLE-HUNG SASH. 

No, o chaunti in sa^h. a.11 sides in connection with rail 51 !*> 54 as thickness of sash demands. No. 5 at mt.'tiini;-rail. Cloth to metal contact throuRhonl an abso- 
lute proleciion a^^ain^t wind, du^l and bindioK- No friction as wilb metal-to-melal or metal -to- wood weather-strips. See Figs \, 2 and 5, Note ball lip on rail sealing 
channel, cloth insert in back of rail, prevenlint^ back leakage. 



WATER EXCLUDING BARS 



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L. H. PETERS, LIMITED 



PRODUCTS 

CONSTRUC 
TION. 



EFFICIENCY 



L. H. PETERS, LIMITED 

lo St. Angele vStreet, » 

QUEBEC, QUE. 

We are manufacturers of the Peters' Water Excluding Bar, the most perfect 
excluding bar on the market, for Casement vSashes opening inward. 

Peters' Water Excluding Bar System consists of the ordinary iron sill bar or 
feather in use to cut sash joint. The water excluding bar proper is formed of a cres- 
cent-shape metal bar, which moves up and down when closing or opening sashes. It 
is held in place by two sockets, set into the frame, and small clips fixed to the sill. 
The right-side 
sash is fitted 
with a special 
hook, which 
catches and 
moves the 
water exclud- 
i n g bar in 
position. 

The bars 
are made in 
Galvanised 
Iron, Statu- 
ary Bronze, 
Copper or 
Brass.' 



ADVANTAGES 



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REFERENCES 



The effici- 
ency of this 
bar is plainly 
shown by the 
fact ' that, 
when the 
sashes are 
closed, the 
bar rises a 
full 3-8 of an 
inch under- 
neath the 
sash and, 
therefore , 
absolutely 
prevents 
water from 
getting in. , 

This device 
is very sim- 
ple in con- 
struction, 

cannot get out of order, will last a lifetime, can be applied to old as well as new sashes, 
making all joints absolutely weatherproof. 

This system is now in use in all kinds of buildings and is giving entire satisfaction. 

The following is a partial list of buildings in which Peters' Water Excluding Bar 
has been applied to windows : — 



Christian Brothers' School, King Street. Quehec. 
Technical School, Boulevard LangeUer. Quebec- 
Villa Manrese, St. Foy Road, Quebec. 
Franciscan Convent, Grande Altee. Quebec. 
Jacques Cartter Convent, Boulevard Langelier, Quebec. 
Drv Goods Store for The Garneau Limited, Quebec, 
Quebec Central Railway Building, Dalhousie St., Quebec 



Jonquiere Presbytery, Jonquiere. Que- 

Residence tor A. K. Hansen, Maple Avenue, Quebec. 

Residence for F, W. Ross, Esq., Cacouna. Quebec, 

Residence for A. J. Price. Esq.. Belvedere Road, Quebec 

Residence for J. A. Hudon, Esq., Laurier Ave., Quebec. 

Quebec Bank Building. Montmagny, Quebec, 

Store for P. G- Russierc & Co., Dalhousie St,, Quebec. 



THE CANADA ACME METAL WEATHERSTRIP CO., LIMITED 



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THE CANADA ACME METAL WEATHERSTRIP CO., LTD, 

Factory and Offices: 173 King Street East, 

TORONTO, ONT. 

agencies: 
^^^^^'^^■- ^ R. A, D^ VINE. 

MvERS. Peters Co.. Port Arthur and Fort William, Ont 

70s Read Bldg., St. Alexander St.. Montreal, uue- 

R. S. ROCHE. ^^^^^'^^ ''^ f^ °^^^^^= 

188 OuEEN St., Ottawa, Ont. ■ - Hamilton and London. Ont. 

" Winnipeg, Man. 



Phone, Queen SZ'^S- 

The Smilev Co.. 
Tegler Bldg., Edmonton, Alta. 



Calgary, Alta 
Vancouver, B.C. 



PRODUCT. 



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" We manufacture the celebrated "CANADA ACME" METAL WEATHER STRIP, in styl 
adaptable for use on window's of every description, including Casement, French and Round Top 
Windows, also Doors. 

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ILLUSTRATIONS BY NUMBERS 
OF THE DIFFERENT POINTS 
OF EXCELLENCE OF THE CAN- 
ADA ACME METAL WEATHER 
STRIP: 

No. 1 Shows the edge of metal strip 
turned at right angles and located the 
depth of the parting stop in the 
iamb, to prevent the cold wind, dust 
or soot from passing between the strip 
itself and the jamb. 

No, 2 Shows a part of the metal 
strip bent at right angles and doubled 
in thickness, and forms a tongue that 
fits into groove cut into edge of window 

sash. 

No, 3 Shows a part of the metal 
strip extending to the outside stop, 
Ko- 4 Shows the metal tongue, same 

as No. 2. 

No. 5 is a groove cut into the sash 
10 receive metal tongue as shown in 
Nos. 2 and 4- 

No. 6 Shows a piece of flat metal 
strip of double thickness, so placed as 
to pass behind strip No. 8. 

No. 7 Shows a groove behind metal 
strip No. 6, to receive metal strip No. 8. 

No. 8 Shows a metal strip same as 
No. 6. and enters groove No. 7 when 
sash are closed. 

No. 9 Shows a groove in sash same 

as No. s- 

No. 10 Shows the air tight construc- 
tion of corner joint, by telescoping the 
side and bottom tongues of metal strips. 

No. 1 1 Shows the metal tongue, 
same as Nos- 2 and 4. 

No. 12 Shows the inside edge of 
metal sill strip passing under inside 
stooL 

No. 13 Shows bent edge of metal 
strip sunk into window sill, which pre- 
vents the passing of winds, dirt or soot 
under metal strip. 

Aletal tongues as shown at Nos. 2 
and II, when entered into grooA-es 5 
and 9, form a perfect contact, prevent- 
ing the cold winds, dust and soot enter- 
ing the building; also preventing the 
sash from rattling and acting as a 
deadener of outside noises. 




INTERLOCKING HOOK STRIP 
FOR CASEMENT AND 

FRENCH WINDOWS. 

Illustration b}" number of the different 
points of excellence of our Acme Metal 
Hook Strip: 

No. I Shows a piece of metal strip 
bent in such a way so as to form a 
hook. This piece of metal hook is 
fastened to the jambs of the window. 

No- 2 Shows a piece of metal double 
i., thickness, extending around the 
sash, which enters into metal hook 
No. 1 when the window is closed, mak- 
ing the window absolutely weather, 
dust and soot proof. 



ADVANTAGES- 



INFORMATION 
AND BOOKLETS. 



The advantages resulting from the use of our Weather 
Strip may be summed up as follow^s: 

It prevents the entrance of cold winds, dust, soot, etc 
and effects a saving in fuel bills of from fifteen to twenty- 
five per cent. It does away with the rattling of loose 
windows and makes hard and sticky windows easy to raise 
and lower. It is an extremely satisfactor}' substitute for 
storm sash and doors at about one-half of the cost. Owing 
to the superior workmanship, it is rendered strong and 
durable, and will last a lifetime. 

We shall be pleased to send information, booklets, etc, 
regarding this Weather Strip upon receipt of a card from 
anyone interested, and solicit enquiries frorn architects, builders, etc. References and estimates furnished- 

The 20th Century Substitute for Storm Sash and Doors- Most complete and effective of all Metal 
Weatlier Strips. Our blotto: ''Acme/' Work Guaranteed. / 




The above cut represents a window-franie and sash after 
being Cut through the centre and a half removed, 
so as to show a sectional view. 



HARDWOOD FITTINGS 



89 THE CANADIAN OFFICE & SCHOOL FURNITURE CO., LTD 



THE CANADIAN OFFICE & SCHOOL FURNITURE CO., LIMITED 



PRESTON, ONT. 



Manufacturers of 



ASSEMBLY ROOM We are prepared to supply at short notice portable folding chairs entirely 

FURNITURE. of wood in different grades and designs. 

BANK AND OFFICE We have made a specialty of the manufacture of bank and office equipments, 

FIXTURES. including counters, partitions, metal railings and marble work, and of all fixed 

and loose furniture pertaining thereto. 

Of the twenty-eight hundred banking offices in the Dominion of Canada^ we 

have fitted up no less a number than two thousand. 



CHURCH 

FURNITURE. 

COURT HOUSE 
AND CITY HALL 
FURNITURE. 

HOTEL AND CLUB 
FURNITURE. 

INTERIOR HARD 
WOOD TRIM. 

LODGE 
FURNITURE. 



We will be pleased to quote attractive prices on church work, including 
pews, altars and platform furniture generally. 

We contract for the complete equipment of this class of building, covering- 
desks, chairs, counters, vault fittings — in fact, complete outfits. The Court 
Houses at Woodstock, Ont., and St. Thomas, Ont., show the class of work we do, 
as also the Regina City Hall, lately finished. 

As a specimen of our work in this line we may point to the bar in the King 
Edward Hotel, Toronto, which was made by us. 

We will be pleased to quote figures for all hardwood work of the higher grades 
for the better class of residences and public buildings. 

We have done a large amount of work in this line, and are at present pre- 
paring a new and elaborate catalogue showing graduated designs from the least 
expensive to the most elaborate. 

A large majority of the Opera Houses in Canada are seated with our chairs. 
Our list includes the Royal Alexandra, Toronto, chairs for which were made from 
special designs. In addition to the better class of seating, we manufacture a line 
of cheaper chairs which are being largely used for picture shows. 

OFFICE DESKS We were the pioneers in this line and carry a full stock of standard goods, 

AND COMMERCIAL including roll-top desks, flat-top desks, typewriter desks, standing desks, ward- 
FURNITURE. robes, telephone boxes, chairs and settees, in all woods and finishes. 

STORE FITTINGS We solicit the privilege of figuring on requirements in this line. We can 

AND FURNITURE, supply counters, wall cases, show cases and all loose furniture. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL We can furnish everything necessary for a complete equipment and can 

SEATING. especially recommend our settee seating. 



OPERA CHAIRS. 



SCHOOL 
FURNITURE. 




School Dbsk (Adjustablk) 



This is one of our largest lines, and the fact that we hold contracts for the 
supply of our furniture for most of the cities in Canada speaks for itself. We 
also fit up laboratories and science departments. 

We issue separate catalogues for Church 
Furniture, Lodge Furniture, Opera Chairs, 
Office Desks, Sunday School Seating and 
School Furniture, which we will be pleased to 
submit on apphcation. 

Our great and varied experience in above 
lines permits us to intelligently and faithfully 
interpret Architects' ideas and rough sugges- 
tions, and it is our aim to carry out orders with 
which we are entrusted in the best and most up- 
to-date manner. 




Opera Chair. 



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RHODES, CURRY COMPANY, LIMITED 



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HARDWOOD FITTINGS, ETC 



RHODES. CURRY COMPANY. LIMITED 

CONTRACTORS AXD MAXUFACTURERS OF BUILDING MATERIALS, 



PRODUCTS. 



FOREIGX AXD 
DOMESTIC WOODS 



DRYING 
CAPACITY. 



MAXUFACTURIXG 

PLAXTS AT 
AMHERST, 

SYDXEA'. AXD 
NE^V GLASGO\Y. 



BUILDIXG 
DEPARTMEXT. 



STRUCTCRAL 
STEEL PLAXT. 



AMHERST. X.S 



branches at 

Halifax, Sydney, and 

New Glasgow. 



B\XK CHVRCH, STORE and OFFICE FITTIXGS; DOORS, 
^■VSHES DIAIEXSIOX TIMBER, DRESSED LUJNIBER, LATHS, 
SHIXGLE^ CLIPBOARDS. H.\RD\VOOD FLOORING, WAINSCOT- 
ING STAIR WORK; CEMENT, LIME. PLASTER. BRICKS; CAST- 
IRON COLU^^IXS. SASH WEIGHTS, CRESTING, etc., and building 
materials generally. 

FroiTi 4.000,000 to S.000.000 feet carried in stock, including all varieties. 



Four large drv -houses built on latest scientific plans. Capacity 50,000 
feet per day. 



Amherst plant employs 160 hands. Largest capacity in the Maritime 
Provinces. Expert \vorkmen. Prompt shipment. Thirty-seven years' ex- 
perience supplving above materials to all leading Banks, Railways, Govern- 
ment Works. Churches, etc. 

Sydnev plant employs 50 hands, manufacturing same lines as above. 



During thirtv-seven vears' experience in contracting and building have 
erected manv of the most' important buildings in the :Maritime Provinces. 



To facilitate our Building Construction Department, we found the 
necessit>- of adding this Plant to our Works in year 191 3. and now fabricate 
our own Structural Steel, and are open for enquiries in this line of business. 



HARDWOOD FITTINGS 



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THE BERLIN INTERIOR HARDWOOD CO., LIMITED 



THE BERLIN INTERIOR HARDWOOD CO., LIMITED 

Head Office and Factory : 
BERLIN, ONT. 



PRODUCTS. 





Office Desks. 



Opera Chair. 




Assembly Chairs. 




We manufacture and contract for tlie complete equipment of BANK and OFFICE 
FITTINGS, including MARBLE and METAL WORK, DESKS and FILING DE- 
VICES, WARDROBES, TELEPHONE BOOTHS, COUNTERS, Etc. 

FURNITURE and FITTINGS for court houses, city halls, and all public buildings 
requiring high-grade INTERIOR HARDWOOD FITTINGS. 

Church Seating. — Both straight and 
circular, solid and built-up. Altars, pul- 
pits, etc. 

Assembly Folding Chairs. — For Sun- 
day school, assembly hall and banquet hall 
seating. Made either single or in sections. 

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. Opera Chairs. — Made of both steel 
and cast iron, upholstered, or built-up 
seats and backs. 

Lodge Furniture. — We have a wide 
range of designs to choose from — the least 
expensive to the most elaborate. 

Revolving Doors. — We manufacture 
the American Standard Revolving Doors. 
If interested, write for catalogue illustrat- 
ing the various designs and giving full 
information as to their construction. 

Hotel and Club Furniture. — Bar 
fittings, counters, etc. 

School Furniture. — Teachers' desks, 
laboratory equipment, science department 
and manual training benches, domestic 
science furniture, etc. 

Store Fittings.— ^We manufacture fit- 
tings for drug, jewelry, dry goods, grocery, 
and all kinds of store requirements, such 
as counters, show cases, silent salesmen, 
shelving, store fronts, etc. 




Revolvimg Doors. 




Churck Interiors. 



Office Ts'TGRTORs. 



GUARANTEE. We guarantee our work to be right in construction and material, and carry on hand 

at all times all foreign and domestic kiln-dried materials usually required in our hne. 
We occupy over 100,000 square feet of floor space, with all modern and many special 
machines. We are located ifi the banner furniture town of Canada, where experienced 
and competent help is employed, and are therefore in a position to give satisfaction 
and prompt delivery. 



THE KNIGHT BROTHERS COMPANY, LIMITED 



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OFFICE FITTINGS AND CABINET WORK 



THE KXIGHT BROTHERS COMPANY. LIMITED 



Representatives: 

Wm. i\. O'Neil &Co., 
Vancouver, B.C. 

Saskatchewan Supply Co., 
Saskatoon, .Sask. 

P. W. T. Ross. 
Toronto, Oxt. 



Head Office and Factory: 
BURKS FALLS, - - ONTARIO. 

Warehouse; Cochrane, Ont. 
. " Cobalt, Ont. 




Mills : 
Burks Falls. 
Katrine. 
Loon Lake. 
Stirling Falls. 



"KCI-IPSE BRAND 

V'ENHKRED 

DOORS. 

"I'XLIPSn BRAND 
STAIRS. 



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TlTRXKi) 

Cf>Li;MNS. 



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1-CI,IPSK BRAND 
HARDWCJUD 
TRIM. 



We ha\-e made a special study of \'eneered Doors, and recognize no peers and few equals to the 
"Eclipse Brand." Furnished in mahogany, walnut, quartered oak, selected birch, red birch, white 
birch, etc., in stock patterns or to architect's designs. 

Our facilities for handling all classes of high-grade stair work are up-to-date in every respect and 
backed by 2s years' experience. All materials used go through our drv kilns, which have a capacity of 
120,000 feet. Our special expert workmen will lay out stairs complete from architect's details or from 
plans and measurements, and send all work framed and fitted ready to set in place. 

After years of study and experience, we find that the columns which give the best results are built 
up of 6, 8, or 10 staves, glued together with our special lock joint, with bases and capitals in turned, 
car\'ed or compo work, as required. 



When the specification calls for hardwood trim, it naturally follows that a little extra quality is desired. 



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grades of wood, including quarter-cut oak, curly birch, mahoganv. walnut, red birch, white birch, bird's- 
eye maple, ash. whitewood. or Georgia T)ine. Buildings recently supplied by us include:— 



Tilt J^oyal Bank, Calyary, Alta. 

Tilt Kuyal Bank, Mc-dicine Hat. Alia. 

The Royal Bank, Lacombe, Alia. 

The Rogers Buildiny, \'ancouver. B.C. 

The Spencer BuiklinK. \'ancouver. B.C. 

The Bower Buildiiiji, \'ancouvcr. B.C. 

Tlie Royal Bank. Edmonton, Alia. 

The Ramsay Schoul, Calgarv', .Aha. 

The V.M C A. Building. Saskatoon. Sask. 

The Cairn-; Building, Saskatoon. Sask. 

Residence of Win Hopkins, Saskatoon, Sask. 



The Royal Bank. Swifl Current, Sask. 

The Royal Bank. North Baltleford, Sask. , 

The Royal Bank, Moose Jaw, .Sask. 

The Sparling' Methodist Church, Winnipeg, Man. 

Residence of \'. C. Brown, Ksq.. WinnipcK. Man. 

Residence of Henry TayJor. St, Catharines, Ont. 

Residence of Wm. Chaplin, St. Catharines. Ont. 

Security I^an and Savings Buildings, Si. Calharincs. Out. 

The High School, North Bav. Ont. 

The High School. St. Thoma-i, Ont. 

Residence of Col. F. D. Mercer, Toroniu. Ont. 



■I-:CI.IPSH BRAND 

PANKLLKI) 
I>AI)()1-:.S AND 
WAINSCOTING. 



To stand the var^-ing strains and atmospheric conditions to which this class of work is exposed it 
requires the highest grade of materials and best of workmanship. \Vt have the best-equipped machinerv 



hinery 



lor doing all kinds of line work on glued-up cores; together with solid, three-ply, or five-ply panels. 



"IvCI.Il'SH BRAND" 
OI'l'ICK FI'I 



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AND 

CABINl-TWORK. 

•'KCMPSr- BRAND 

HARDWOOD 

FLOORING. 

PRIMING AND 

Gl.AXlNG. 

FILLING AND 
STAINING. 



r.'vn^" K ^^^^"^^""/fture Store Fittings, Silent Salesmen. Hole Furniture. Bank Fittings, Mantels, W: 
IINGS robes. China Closets, BulTels, and High-Class Cabinet Work of all descriptions, from architect's b 



prints and details. 



ard- 
blue- 



KSTIMATHS 
FURNISHED. 



rhese goods come m the regular woods, maple, birch and oak, and can be made to order in any of 
the hner woods on short notice. " Kclipse Brand " represents all that is good in Hardwood Flooring, and 
comes in all the standard widths, thicknesses and grades adopted by the Hardwood Flooring Association. 

We make a specialty of priming and glazing sash and doors, and supply plain, stained. leaded, and 
plate glass to order. x-j- ^ r 

In order to insure to the architect, contractor, and owner a better finish to all classes of hardwood 
and veneered work, we have established an up-to-date staining and fining plant. All woods are more 
or less affected bv atmospheric conditions, and unless given a first or priming coat at the same temperature 
as the shop in which it is worked, the best results cannot be obtained. We strongly recommend that 
all mill work have one coat of finish before leaving the works. 

material'^F^aTvoul^st'itlor"''''"^^^ ^""^ ^"*' °^ Quantities, and we will promptly furnish estimate of 



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BUILDING SUPPLIES 



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GUSHING BROS. COMPANY, LIMITED 



GUSHING BROTHERS COMPANY, LIMITED 

Head Office: 
702-702A 4TH St. West, 
CALGARY, ALBERTA. 



Factories at 

Calgary, Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta. 
Regina, Sask. Saskatoon, Sask. 



Yards at 
Red Deer and Ft. Saskatchewan 



PRODUCTS. Everything in Mill Work, Art Glass, Mirrors, Bevel Plates, Fancy Sheet 

and Plate Glass. 






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THE BURTON & BALDWIN MFG. CO., LIMITED 

HAMILTON, ONT. 




A Car of Lumber E^■TERT^■G Dry-Kiln. 



PRODUCTS. 



PLANT. 



CABINET WORK of all kinds, BANK and STORE FIXTURES, SHOWCASES, 
INTERIOR HARDWOOD TRIiNI and FINLSH for Public Buildings, Residences; etc. 

We have a modern plant and the best of facihties, including up-to-date Dry Kiln 
scientifically operated. 

TRIAL ORDERS If You have had trouble with work installed not properly seasoned, dve us A 
SOLICITED. trial. 



NOTE. 



DELIVERY 



We make no goods for stock, all our resources being devoted to executing Your 
work exactly according to Your plans and specifications. 

Your interests are our interests. We want to please You. With us the Service 
we will give 3'ou is quite as important as the job itself. 

We have the facilities, the plant, the organization, the experience and the deter- 
mination to dehver your orders on time and to your entire satisfaction. 

Before we submit figures on a job, we want to know what delivery will be required. 
If we cannot m et hat delivery, we will tell 3-ou so frankly. 



REFERENCES. 



BAKKS. Architects. 

Bank of Hamilton, Hamilton Mills & Button. 

.Metropolitan Bank, Hamilton Watt & Blackwell 

Bank of Montreal, Hull, Que Peden & McLaren. 

Montreal, Que. 
DEPT. STORE. 

Stanley Mills & Co.. Ltd.. Hamil- 
ton Mills and Hutton. 

HOTELS, 

King George Hotel, Hamilton 

Revere House. Hamilton 

Armory Hotel, Hamilton 



OFFICE BUILDINGS. 



Architects. 



TERMINAL STATION. 

Dom. Power and Transmission Co., 

Hamilton ' Mills and Hutton. 



International Han-ester Co., 

Hamilton , 

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., /Hewen & Halstrick, 

Toronto ( Chicago, 111. 

J. R. Moodie & Sons, Hamilton. . . Stewart & Witton. 

RESIDENCES. 

J. R. Moodie, Hamilton Mills and Hutton. 

H. B. \\'itton, Hamilton Stewart & Witton. 

W. J. \"erity. Brantford Stewart & Witton. 

TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. 

Board of Education, Hamilton. ... A, W. Peene. 
Public School Board, Winnipeg 



FLOORING 



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CANADIAN '^PYROFUGONT" FLOORING CO., LIMITED 



CANADIAN 'TYROFUGONT" FLOORING CO., LIMITED 




BERLIN, ONTARIO. 

Munich, Germany; London, England; 
BasIvE, Switzerland; Brussels, Belgium; 

MosKAu, Russia. 



Pri^e of Honour (Highest Award): 
World's Exhibition, Brussels. 3910. 



PRODUCT. We are manufacturers of "PYROFUGONT," 

the only FLOOR containing asbestos fibre. 



SPECIFICA- "Pyrofugont" Floors are laid in two layers 

TIONS. a sub-floor H in. thick and a top floor H in. thick. 



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Pyrofugont" if laid on concrete: Concrete 
must be laid level with rough surface, ^ in. below 
finished floor level. 



"Pyrofugont" if laid on wood: Rough Board 
flooring must be well nailed, need not be tongued 
and grooved, but boards are best to be spaced H in. 

"Pyrofugont" Base, with sanitary cove sup- 
plied to any height. Plaster must be left off to 
height of base. 

"Pyrofugont" Wainscoting: Condition same 
as base. 



ADAPTA- 
BILITY. 



"Pyrofugont" can be laid in any plain colour, 
as well as in any combination of colours. 

It is supphed in three grades: Factor}^ Floor, 
School Floor, Office or Residence Floor. 

Factory and School Floors are trowel finished 
and waxed; Residence and all Mottled Floors, 
hand scraped and waxed. 



FIREPROOF- "Pyrofugont" FlooringandWainscotingperfectly 
ING withstood the fire in the recent Toronto Woodbine 

QUALITIES. Hotel disaster. Write for photographs. 

Bi'iLDiNO. Architect. 

CONTRACTS ^^- Augustine Seminary Arthur W. Holmes. 

KXFCTTTThT) Toronto Western Hospital E- J- Lennox. 

AKT-n Queen Alexandra Sanitarium, London, Ont 

■^ND Qgyj-t House. London McBride & Gilbert, 

AWARDED. Loretto Academy Neil G. Beggs. 

Post Offices, Preston and Elmira D. Ewart. 

Merchants Bank, Preston 

Y.W.C.A., Hamilton Mills & Hutton. 

Bank of Ottawa, Ottawa 

Woodbine Hotel F- H. Herbert. 



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7.,f7/t[:M-flk'.Q 



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Gold Medal (Highest Award): 
Exhiuittoii for Hygiene, Dresden. 1911. 











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MOTTjr,£D FlOUPJNG, 




Spscial School Flooring. 




Rhsiobnle Flooring, 




MoTTLTin FlOORIPJO, 



THE MASTER BUILDERS COMPANY 



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CONCRETE FLOOR HARDNER 



THE MASTER BUILDERS COMPANY 

CONCRETE floor' HARDNER. 

Main Office and Works; 
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Canadian Offices and Warehouses: 
MONTREAL, - TORONTO, - WINNIPEG 



REPRESENTATIVES : 

Halifax, N.S The General Contractors Supply Co., Ltd. 

St. John. N.B Estey & Co. 

Ottawa, Ont T. S. Kirby Co., Ltd. 

Fort Williasi & 

Port Arthur The Twin City Sand Co., Ltd. 

Regina, Sask Brown & Chapman. 

]MoosE Jaw. Sask Sask. Glass & Supply Co.. Ltd. 



Saskatoon, Sask Mackenzie & Thayer, Ltd. 

Prince Albert. Sask. . .Bowman Supply Co., Ltd. 

Edmonton, Alta W. B. Poucher. 

Calgary, Alta Imperial Supply Co., Ltd. 

Vancouver & Victoria. .Wm. N. O'Neil & Co.. Ltd 

Quebec Pmneau & Co.. Ltd. 

Sault Ste. Marie T. H. MacGillivrav. 



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PRODUCT and master BUILDERS CONCRETE HARDNER, used in accordance with 

SERVICE- Master Builders Method for making wearproof, dustproof and waterproof concrete 

floors. 

PATENTS. ■' ■ ■ . Master Builders Method Patents granted as follows: American Patent, Dec. 26, 

1911; Canadian Patent, April 23, 1912; English Patent, Oct. 10, 1912. 

ADA'ANTAGES. To have concrete floors that will not dust, crumble nor disintegrate, the worst 

fault of concrete — its porosity — must first be overcome. Porosity makes concrete floors 
fragile and dusty, shortens their useful hfe, and leads to patching and renewals. To 
eliminate this porosity in concrete floors, they must be made right and laid right. 
. Master Builders Method has proved, under many varying conditions, that it best per- 
forms this vital work. 

Master Builders Method provides for the use of Master Builders Concrete Hardner, 
a finely-divided mineral substance, which, when properly incorporated in concrete floor 
topping, gives that floor high tensile and compressive strength, and enables it to with- 
stand abrasion to an exceptional degree. Master Builders Concrete Hardner not only 
_ . treats the surface, but is mixed right into the topping of the floor, binding, hardening 
■and strengthening it, and making it exceptionally durable. 

Master Builders Method also includes, when requested, the personal presence of 
a Master Builders Service Man on the job, when the work starts. This Service Man's 
duty is to instruct the contractor just how our "Standard Specifications" are carried 
out. He remains with the contractor until the latter is thoroughly familiar with 
Master Builders Method and can proceed without further assistance. 

Master Builders Method is the original and standard method for making concrete 
floors that will not dust nor absorb moisture, and that will resist the hardest kind of 
wear. Master Builders Method is scientific; it is the result of years of careful experi- 
menting by men who are experts in concrete floor work. Wherever a concrete floor 
can be used, Master Builders Method Concrete Floors wiU best answer all require- 
ments. They are giving ideal service to-day in hundreds of important buildings of 
every type and description, throughout Canada, the United States and Europe 



SERVICE- 



INSTALLA- 
TIONS. 



HALIFAX: 

Xoya Scotia Technical College, 
Moirs Limited- Stables. 
Science Building, Dalhousie University. 
Western Union Cable Station. 

ST- JOHM. N.B,: 

Atlantic SuRar Refinery Co. 
Bank of British North America- 
Maritime Motor Co. 

QUEBEC, QUE.: 

Holt, Renfrew & Co. 
Dominion Fish & Fruit Co. 

MONTREAL. QUE.: 

Dominion Textile Co., Colonial Branch. 
Molson's Brewery and Stables. 
Canada Bread Co. 



MONTREAL. QUE.— Con- 
Alexander Pier Bridge. 
Imperial Tobacco Co., Ltd. 

TORONTO, ONT.: 

The City Dairv Co., Ltd. 
The Canada Br-ead Co., Ltd. 
The Consumers" Gas Co 
The Cowan Co. 

National Drug & Chemical Co. 
The T, Eaton Co. 

WINNIPEG. MAN.: 

The Smart-Woods Building. 
Fort Garry Hotel Driveways. 

REGINA. SASK.: 

The Canada Life Buildidg- 
The Telephone Exchange- 



MOOSE JAW, SASK.: 

City Electrical Power Plant. 
The Hughes Building. 
Sask. Creamery Building. 

CALGARY. ALTA.: 

C-P,R. Hotel Palliser- 
Hudsons Bay Co., Building, 
Calgary Brewing Co. 

VANCOUVER, B.C.: 
The C-P.R. Hotel, Vancouver. 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse, Warehouse. 
B.C. Electric Railway Co/s Power House 

VICTORIA. B.C. 

C.P-R. Hotel Empress. 
Scott & Peden, Warehouse. 



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THE MASTER BUILDERS COMPANY 



BONDING. 

APPLICATION 
OF TOPPING. 



THE FINISH. 



SAFEGUARDING 
THE FLOOR. 



MATERIAL 
REQUIRED. 



THICKNESS 
OF TOPPING. 

BONDING. 

TOPPING. 

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APPLICATION 
OF TOPPING. 

THE FINISH. 



SAFEGUARDING 
THE FLOOR. 



MATERIAL 
REQUIRED. 



BONDING. 



STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR MAKING MASTER BUILDERS 
METHOD WEARPROOF, DUSTPROOF AND WATERPROOF 

CONCRETE FLOORS. 

Master Builders Method is a formula for making concrete floors Wearproof, Dustproof and Waterproof, Its adop- 
tion by leading Railroads, Packing Houses, Breweries, Printing Plants, Bakeries, etc., and installations by them under 
many varying conditions, has proven its efficiency and correctness. 

Master Builders Concrete Hardner, the material used in connection mth Master Builders Method, is a mineral sub- 
stance, manufactured uniformly at all times. There is absolutely nothing about Master Builders Concrete Hardner that 
in any way changes the nature of concrete. It is a hardner, binder and filler. 

The Master Builders Company assumes no responsibility whatsoever for any structural defects in concrete floors, 
cracks, poor workmanship, poor materials or damage of any kind caused by weather conditions^ abuse or premature 
use, in Master Builders Method Floors. 

The Master Builders Company maintains a Service Department, including a stafT of trained Service Men, who, 
upori written request, will explain and demonstrate how our Method should be carried out. No charge whatsoever is 
made for this service. 

SPECIFICATION "A ^'—Recommended only for Making Dustproof Concrete Floors 
in Hospitals, Power Houses, Office Buildings, Public Buildings, etc. 

Tf Master Builders Binder is specified, see specification for bonding below. 

The topping (thickness at least full ^4-in.), which shall consist of a one part tested Portland Cement to two parts 
coarse, gritty, clean sand, mix (i : 2), shall at no time be made sloppy. Lay and straight-edge the topping to a true 
and even surface. The topping shall then be well floated with wooden floats, to close all voids and hollows. 

Then a dry mixture of one (i) part Master Builders Concrete Hardner and one (i) part tested Portland Cement (by 
weight), mixed to an even colour, shall be sprinkled evenly over the surface. This shall be floated in thoroughly and 
troweled. 

A second trow^eling shall be given the surface when it has set sufficiently to finish hard and smooth. 

Under no circumstances shall the Finish be applied when there is any sign of surplus water on the floated surface. 

After the topping has set up, the contractor shall cover it with a uniform layer of soft wood sawdust, shavings, 
or other suitable covering. This covering must not be applied until experiment shows surface hard enough to prevent 
covering from scratching or injuring the finish. Surface shall be kept wet for at least five days. Floors, if protected 
as above, will be ready for light traffic in a week, and for heavy trafflc in three weeks, under favourable weather con- 
ditions- 
Specification "A" requires approximately 15 lbs. Master Builders Concrete Hardner per square (100 sq. ft.) withoul 
Binder, 

Specification ''B'' requires approximately 20 lbs. Master Builders Concrete Hardner per square (100 sq. ft.) with 
Binder. 

SPECIFICATION ^^B '' — Recommended for Making Wearproof, Dustproof and 

Waterproof Concrete Floors Subjected to Heavy Service. 

The Topping shall be at least a full three-quarters {% in.) of an inch in thickness. If floor is very uneven, the 
contractor shall bring the floor slab to the necessary level to take a uniform 5'4-in. topping, installed as follows: — 

If Master Builders Binder is specified, see specification for bonding below. 

part tested Portland Cement. i part tested Portland Cement, 

parts clean, coarse, gritty Sand, OR i part %-m. crushed Granite, free from 

lbs. Master Builders Concrete Hardner dust, 

to every bag of Cement. I part clean, coarse, gritty Sand. 

' 5 lbs. Master Builders Concrete Hardner 

to every bag of Cement. 
Thoroughly mix until uniform in colour^ showing no streaks or patches of the constituents. Add sufficient water to 
saturate the mixture- 
Lay and straight-edge the topping to a true and even surface. The topping shall then be well floated with wooden 
floats to close all voids and hollows. 

Then a dry jnixture of one (i) part Master Builders Concrete Hardner and one (i) part of tested Portland Cement 
(by weight), mixed to an even colour, shall be sprinkled evenly over the surface. This shall be floated in thoroughly 
and troweled. A second troweling shall be given the surface when it has set sufliciently to finish hard and smooth. 

Under no circumstances shall the Finish be applied when- there is any sign of surplus water on the floated surface. 

After the topping has set up, the contractor shall cover it with a uniform layer of soft wood sawdust, shavings 
or other suitable covering. This covering must not be applied until experiment shows surface hard enough to prevent 
covering from scratching or injuring the finish. Surface shall be kept wet for at least five days. Floors, if protected as 
above, will be ready for light traffic in a week and for heavy traffic in three weeks, under favourable weather conditions. 

Specification "B" requires approximately 30 lbs. Master Builders Concrete Hardner per square (100 sq. ft.) without 

Binder. 

Specification ^'B^' requires approximately 35 lbs. Master Builders Concrete Hardner per square (100 sq. ft.) with 

Binder. 

(If Master Builders Binder is specified.) 

We recommend that before the floor slab concrete is thoroughly set, the surface be thoroughly roughened by the 

use of a steel rake or stiff fibre broom. 

Under no circumstances shall topping be laid over concrete surface covered with a coating of scale or other foreign 
substance. Contractor shall remove all scale, loose particles and foreign substances. 

When base is smooth or does not present a sufficiently rough surface on which to bond, it shall be chipped and 
roughened. If floor is picked, pick marks must not be more than three (3) inches apart in any direction. 

Grease or oil must be removed by scrubbing surface, day before topping is laid, with Muriatic Acid and Water, 
proportioned one to two (i : 2). Acid to be removed by washing with fresh water after all action has ceased. 

Two hours before operations begin, the surface shall be soaked with fresh water. 

Then the surface shall be slushed with a Bonding Coat, consisting of one (i) part Master Builders Concrete Hard- 
ner and one and one-half (iH) parts tested Portland Cement (by weight), which has been thoroughly mixed to a 
uniform colour. This shall be thoroughly spread on to the surface and the abutting edges of the old concrete, 



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PRODUCTS AND 
SERVICES. 



J-M WATER- 
PROOFING 
MATERIALS. 



J-M ASPHALT 

MASTIC 

FLOORING. 



ADAPTABILITY, 



J-M 



WATERPROOFING AND MASTIC MATERIALS. " 

J-M ASPHALT WATERPROOFING CEMENT; J-M ASPHALT SATURATED FABRIC; 
WATERPROOFING ASBESTOS FELT and J-M ASPHALT MASTIC. 

Also, J-M LIQUID WATERPROOF COATING; J-M CONCRETE PRIMER; J-M CUT 
STONE BACKING; J-M PLASTER BOND; J-M ASPHALT FLUX, MINERAL AGGREGATE. Etc. 
For complete list of J-M Building Materials, see our catalogue in Roofing Section. 
We are in position to contract for furnishing and applying materials for all kinds of waterproofing 

and mastic work. 

We have a thoroughly equipped and well-organized Engineering Department at each branch, all 
under the direction of our chief engineer and his staff, which will be glad to co-operate with you or your 
engineers in handling waterproofing work of every nature. 

Our waterproofing products have as a basis Gilsonite, a mineral rubber found in extensive deposits 
in Utah, and the purest form of asphalt. By our method of making combinations and by our process 
of conversion, it is rendered very ductile and wonderfully adhesive, and its cementitious qualities and 
other general characteristics make it perfectly adaptable to withstand peculiar conditions of service 

to which it becomes subjected. 

J-M Asphalt Waterproofing Cement. — A bituminous preparation, 99.5 per cent, pure, containing no 
organic, vegetable, or other matter that will disintegrate or decay. Is superior to ordinary asphaltic 
compounds, because of the raw material used, the method of preparation, and its great purity, proof 
against the action of acid, alkali, brine and water; and also due to its being but slightly affected by a 

wide range of temperature. 

Between melting and brittle points it has a range of 200 deg. Fahr., as compared with 40 degrees 
for coal-tar products and 80 degrees for ordinary asphalts. The material is heated in suitable boilers 
to a temperature of 400 deg. Fahr.» and mopped on while hot. For estimating, figure that one ton of 
the Waterproofing Cement will cover 3,000 square feet of surface, 3^-inch thick. 

J-M Asphalt Saturated Fabric. — Composed of an especially strong, loosely woven fabric, thoroughly 
impregnated with our Waterproofing Cement, and used in building up a waterproof membrane in as 
many plies as are required to meet conditions. Being an open-mesh material, the Waterproofing Cement, 
which is mopped on hot, thoroughly saturates, cements and bonds together the plies of reinforcements, 
making a waterproof membrane of such great strength and elasticity that it will remain intact and 
bridge over any ordinarv cracks or openings which may develop in concrete or other construction. The 
advantage of this method over a material which is introduced into the concrete is plainly seen, as the 
incorporated material naturally becomes part of the mass and fails with it. 

J-M W ater proofing Asbestos Felt. — Made of pure asbestos fibre, thoroughly impregnated with pure 
asphalt. Contains nothing to decay or deteriorate, consequently will last indefinitely. It forms a 
plastic, bituminized stone sheet, and is the only all-mineral felt made; therefore, the only one which 
is forever acid, mould, decay and water proof. Used in same manner as saturated fabric, in connection 
with J-M Waterproofing Cement. 

Unlike our waterproofing products, the base of all J-M Mastic is genuine Trinidad Lake Asphalt. 
By reason of its remarkable ductility, toughness, strength and enduring qualities, this substance is 
peculiarly adapted for the work it is called upon to perform in floor use under various conditions. 

J-M Asphalt Mastic Flooring provides a surface that is waterproof and at the same time practically 
wearproof under ordinary service conditions. Also, unaffected by acids, alkali and brine. 

Absolutely sanitary, as it can be quickly and thoroughly cleaned by simple process of flushing, after 
which it dries out immediately. 

Will not originate dust, a point of vital importance in establishments where it is imperative to 
keep machinery and goods free from dust. 

The flooring is unequalled for factory and warehouse use, even under the heaviest trucking con- 
ditions; and, on account of its noiseless character, is a boon in plants where there is considerable truck- 
ing. Another feature in its favour is its peculiar holding quality, which prevents slipping. 

J-M Asphalt Mastic Flooring can be made in any consistency between extreme hardness and soft- 
ness, and, while always dense, possesses a certain amount of resiliency. As it does not cause footsore- 
ness and fatigue, like concrete and other non-yielding floor surfaces, it adds greatly to efficiency as 
well as to comfort of emplo>'ees of machine shops, factories and other industries, who are compelled to 
stand while at work. Furthermore, being damp-proof, it is an efficient protection against rheumatism 
and other ailments common to damp conditions. 

J-M Asphalt Mastic Flooring is easily laid and easily repaired, if changes in the floor surface are 
made necessary at any time. It adds very Httle to the dead load, as the standard thickness of i ]/2 inches 
weighs only 18 lbs. to the square foot, in place. This thickness is sufficient for ordinary trucking require- 
ments, but can be varied to meet conditions, ranging from i inch for laboratories, where the require- 
ments are ver}- light, to 3 inches in thickness for loading docks, w^here the requirements are correspondingly 
severe. 

Can be laid over any foundation which is firm and stable, and can be applied over wood, brick, 
concrete or tile already in place. 

J-M Asphalt Mastic Flooring is perfectly adapted for use in nearly all classes of construction. In 
fact, its scope is almost without limit. It is superior to wood, concrete, bricks tile, slate or com- 
position floors, and may be substituted for floors of those materials to excellent advantage. 



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CORK TILE, ETC. 



99 THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., LIMITED 



THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., LIMITED 

Toronto. Montreal. Winnipeg. Vancouver. 



PRODUCTS AND 
SERVICES. 

J-M PURE CORK 
ELOOR TILE. 



J-M AKOUSTIKOS 
FELT FOR 
CORRECTION 
OF ACOUvSTlCS. 




J-M PuRu Cork Feoor Tim3, 



CORK TILE AND AKOUSTIKOS FELT. 

J-M PURE CORK FLOOR TILE. J-M AKOUSTIKOS FELT for Correction of Acoustics. Defec- 
tive Acoustical Conditions Corrected. 

For complete list of J-M Building Materials, see our catalogue in Roofing Section. 

An ideal flooring for banks, libraries, hospitals, 
churches, schools, clubs, residences, and many other 
types of buildings. It is also used on stairways, ramps, 
decks and saloon floors of yachts and steamers, and in 
restaurants and other places where it is essential to 
have a flooring that is not slippery. 

The wearing surface of J-M Pure Cork Tile is made 
of clear, selected cork shavings, while the body is of a 
coarser granulation of same material. Cork for each 
individual tile is placed in a closed steel mould and com- 
pressed to a small fraction of its original volume under 
tremendous hydraulic pressure. During this process 
the cork is heated to a temperature that liquefies the 
natural gum and binds the particles into a homo- 
geneous mass. The result is a solid block of cork, con- 
taining nothing but its natural constituents. No cement or foreign substance is used. 

How Applied. — -J-M Pure Cork Tile is set in special waterproof cement that holds equally well on 
a wood, metal or cement backing. It is customary to leave the tile without artificial finish, but, if desired, 
very attractive finishes can be obtained by applying any standard floor wax. 

Advantages. — J-M Pure Cork Tile outwears all other floor coverings. Will even outwear a hard- 
wood floor. Our method of compressing and baking each tile separately gi^'es it a harder and more 
uniform surface than is possible by manufacturing tile two or more at a time and afterwards cutting 

them apart. 

It is as noiseless to the tread as a hea\y carpet, and its resilience minimizes footsoreness and fatigue. 

J-M Pure Cork Tile is highlv fire-resisting. It will retard the spread of flames from one floor or 
room to another. 

Because of its efficiency as an insulator, it helps to keep rooms cooler in summer and warmer in 
winter. 

Being a non-conductor of electricity, it makes a valuable flooring around switchboards or wherever 
electrical apparatus is in use. 

The method of laying this flooring hermetically seals all joints and renders it impossible for germs 
or filth of any kind to get into cracks or under tihng. Grease and liquids do not stain it. It can be 
washed with warm water or a diluted disinfectant without injury, and, being non-absorbent, is clean 
and sanitary. 

Decorative Application. — J-M Pure Cork Tile produces an especially rich and warm efl'ect to all 
interior decorations. It can be used successfully in any decorative scheme, as there is no limit to the 
variety of patterns and shapes that can be produced. A large number of designs used in parquetry 
are available in this tiling. 

The surface of J-M Pure Cork Tile is totally different from graining effect found in the various 
woods used for interior decoration. Yet it harmonizes perfectly with any of them. When used for 
wainscoting, particularly artistic effects are obtainable as tiling takes a varnish finish of any desired 

tone . 

Colours, — J-M Pure Cork Tile is supplied in light, medium and dark colours. The dark tiling approxi- 
mates Italian Walnut, while the light is similar to Syrian Ohve. These different colours are obtained 
by simply changing the temperatures of the baking ovens. No artificial colouring is used. 

The slight variation in the colouring of these tiles, in conjunction with their veined and mottled 
appearance, gives a delicately shaded effect that is much more pleasing than the sharp alternation of 
colour found in ordinary tiling. 

Sizes. — J-M Pure Cork Tile is furnished in the following standard sizes: 

Border strips, random lengths, 12 in., 6 in., 4 in., 3 in. and 2 in. wide. 
Fields, squares, 12 in. x 12 in., 6 in. x 6 in., 4 in. x 4 in., and 3 in. x 3 in. 
Blocks, 12 in, x 6 in., 12 in. x 4 in., and 12 in. x 3 in. 
Special sizes furnished if desired. 

We are prepared to execute contracts for the correction of defective acoustical conditions in all 
types of public and municipal buildings; churches, theatres, court houses, schools, colleges, hotels, 
offices, etc. In handling such contracts we are rarely compelled to make any radical changes in general 
architectural details. Where it has been found necessary to make slight modifications, this has been 
done in such a manner as not to impair the general appearance of the interiors. 

Our method of treatment consists of applying J-M Akoustikos Felt of a proper thickness to such 
portions of interior surfaces as is found necessary to reduce excessive reverberation to a degree con- 
sistent with distinct hearing and yet preserve sufficient intensity of sound. This felt is covered and 
protected with a membrane which can be decorated in any desired manner so as to reproduce the original 

appearance of the surfaces treated. 

Our Acoustical Department is in charge of experts who have made a scientific study of architectural 
acoustics, and their knowledge is supplemented by the practical experience gained in the technic of 
applying the necessary corrective materials. 



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C. A. SPENCER, 

Eastern Townships Bank Building, 

Montreal, Que. 

MUSGRAVE & CO., 

Halifax, N.S. 



SIEiMON BROS., LIMITED 

Head Office and Factory, 
WIARTON, ONT. 

Toronto Oi?Fice, 
309-311 Confederation Life Building- 

W. T. EAGEN. 

204 McKinnon Building, Toronto. 

Travelling Salesman for Ontario- 



AGENClfiS: 

\V. K. CHANDLER, 

424 Union Bank Building, 

Winnipeg, Man, 

D. E. CARMAN, 

37 Alexandria Street, 

Vancouver, B.C 



PRODUCTS. 



FACILITIES, 



DRY KILNS 



We are manufacturers of "Diamond" Brand Hardwood Flooring, which is made from selected 

Maple, Birch, Beech, and Oak (quarter-cut and plain}. 

We are excellently situated as regards a supply of raw material, having an almost unlimited supply 
at our door, with shipping facilities unsurpassed. 

The capacity of our Dr\^ Kilns is 40,000 feet per day, and these Kilns are equipped with the latest 
devices for drying lumber artificially. We have a staff of skilled workmen well trained in securing the 
best results by avoiding ''cooking'' the stock and thus destroying its fibre, on the one hand, or under- 
dning it on the other. This is ver^^ important, as the life of the floor as well as its appearance largely 
depends on the material being properiv kiln dried. Factories not properly equipped cannot be depended 
turn out a product which will eive entire satisfaction for years after the floor is laid. 



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FACTORY. 



ST(JCKS 
CARRIED. 



Our machining department has a capacity of 20,000 feet per day. It is equipped with specially 
built machines for planing, tonguing and grooving, hollow backing, boring (for bhnd nailing), poHshing 

and end matching. 

We engage only skilled workmen who ha\-e spent years in learning to operate and care for this 
machinery, who arc capable, with our equipment, of turning out a product unequalled by the ordinary 

"planing mill.'' 

■^Diamond Br^^xd'^ flooring is all polished before it is tongued and grooved, therefore guaranteeing 
a sure fit and even surface; all other brands are tongued and grooved first and then polished, which 
means that the face of board is scraped after the fit had been made, therefore there are always the chances 
of an imperfect floor on account of scraping, cutting heavier at one place than another, which is abso- 
lutely impossible with '^Diamond Brand'' flooring. 

In order to take care of the requirements of our customers and fill rush orders promptly, we have 
enlarged our warerooms to a capacity of 2,000,000 feet and always carry a stock of 600,000 feet of various 
grades. We also carry a large stock at our principal agencies. 



CONTRACTS Below we give the names of some prominent buildings where our flooring has been used exclusively 



EXECUTED. 

New Public Library Toronto. 

Convocation Hall Toronto. 

Physics Building- Toronto. 

University Addition Toronto. 

Bank of Hamilton Toronto, 

Canadian Genera! Electric Co. Toronto. 

King Radiator Co. Building, . . Toronto. 

Somerville. Ltd Toronto. 

Olto-Higel Co Toronto. 

T. Eaton Co Toronto. 

T. Eaton Co Winnipeg- 
Post Office \\'innipeg. 

Po5t Office Regina. 

Normal School Peterboro, 

Normal School Stratford. 

Normal School North Bay, 

High School Picton. 

Public School West Toronto 

Roller Rink Oshai\-a. 

Roller Rink Welland. 

Roller Rink Grimsby. 

Roller Rink Toronto- 
Roller Rink Hamilton. 

Morris Piano Co Listowel. 



Hedley-Shaw Milling Co Port Colborne 

Bell Telephone Building Toronto. 

Lethbridge Y.M.C, A. .Building. Lethbridge. 

Fleetwooi^School Fleetwood. 

St. Michaers Hospital Toronto. 

M. & L. Samuel, Benjamin & Co., 

New Offices and Warehouse. . Toronto. 
Clummice & Groove Stopper 

Co., Warehouse Toronto- 
Frank H. Fleer & Co. (Chiclets) 

Factory Toronto. 

Otto-Higel Co. (Piano Action 

Factory), large addition Toronto. 

General Leather Goods Co. . . . Toronto. 

Somer\'ille Brass Co,, Ltd Toronto- 
King Radiator Co., Factory 

Building, Head Office Toronto. 

Thos. Ogiivie & Sons, Ltd.. 

S-storey Warehouse. Toronto, 

Sunbeam Incandescent Lamp 

Co Toronto. 

High School and Collegiate. . . . Picton. 

St- Joseph's Hospital Victoria. 



Spencer Building (Department 

Store), S-storey Vancouver. 

Somerset Block Winnipeg- 
Devon Court Winnipeg. 

Warw'ick Apartment Winnipeg- 
Cecil Rhodes School Winnipeg. 

Nanton Building Winnipeg. 

Moxam Court Winnipeg. 

Cuthbertson Building Fort William, 

Willis Building Montreal. 

McDonald College Montreal. 

Yorkshire Ins_ Building Montreal. ' 

American Tobacco Co., Ware- 
house Montreal. 

Landed Banking & Loan Co. . . Hamilton. 

E. D. Smith (Residence) Winona. 

Hamilton Cotton Co Hamilton. 

London Printing & Litho Co.. . London. 

Coppley, Noyes & RandalL. , . Hamilton. 
T. W, Watkins, Dry Goods 

House Hamilton. 

Collegiate Institute Moose Jaw. 

And many others. 



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HOIDGE 1^ SONS 

34 Price vStreet, 
TORONTO, - ONT. 



GENERAL. 



STAFF. 



CAEN 

vSTONE 

PLASTER. 



CEMENT 
EXTERIORS 



We are equipped to undertake any size contract for PLASTER WORK of any 
description. 

Architects who are famiHar with Staff invariably- specify this material when it is 
necessary to complete work in as short a time as possible. All moulded Cornices, Beams 
and Enrichments arc cast in the shop and applied in position on the job. The most 
elaborate work can be carried out in this way, and in two da>-s after conij^letion is suf- 
ficiently dry to receive decoration, thus effecting- a great saving- (jf lime. 

Caen .Stone Plaster is coming into use more and more every day. It is the most 
durable of all plasters, and requires no decoration or tinting-. Some of the largest build- 
ings in Canada and the United States have been finished in this material. Wc are in a 
position to carry out this work ])erfectly. 

The base coats require special preparation and care, and the Iniish coat is capable of 
a variety of treatments, such as tooling, dragging, etc., which can only be done 1)\ 
experienced workmen. (Note the wall treatment and ornament in cut.) 

The old fallacy of our climate being too rigorous for cement exteriors is being slowly 
but surely exploded. This fact, in vicnv of the phenomenal growth of reinforced con- 
struction, o])cns uj) another avenue for the progressive architect, 'iliis work to be 
successfub however, must be w^ell studied and in the hands of onK' lirst-elass nifu. 




N^w TuBi-ic Library-, College Street, Toronto. 

Caen Stone and Plaster Work (.•XL-ciiltvI by us. 

ESTIMATES. We are prepared to submit tenders on all kinds of Plaster Work, and will be glad 

to advise in re^-ard to the best treatment of any class of work. 



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720 DupoNT Street, TORONTO, ONT 




PRODUCTvS. 



ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENTS IN STAFF, PLASTER, EXTERIOR 
COMPO, INTERIOR COMPO, CAEN-STONE CEMENT, KEENES CEMENT. 
AND PORTLAND CEMENT. INDIRECT and SEMI-INDIRECT LIGHTING 
FIXTURES in stock and made to Special Designs. ELECTRIC LIGHT STAND- 
ARDS, vSCALE MODELS of BUILDINGS, RELIEF MAPS, etc. 

Sketches and estimates furnished. vSend for catalogue. 




Caen-Stone Cast Wokk.— Ouh Ladv of Lourdes Church, Sherbourne Street. Toronto,— J, p, Hynes. Architect. 

REFERENCES. Below find partial list of buildings for which we have furnished the ornament. 



Xew Crimii Theatre 

Lyric Theatre 

Kilbourne Theatre 

New Episcopal Residence.. 
r.O.O.F. Hall. ColIepcSt,. 

I'nion Bank 

Vorlc Theatre 

R.C. Church 

New Theatre 

Beaver Theatre 

Hotel Healy 

Toronto Stock Exchange. . 

New Library Building 

Royal Bank 

Ryrie Building 



Hamilton, Ont K- G. Begfis, Architect. 

Hamilton, Ont Leon H, Lempert, Architect. 

Owen Sound. Ont N. G. Beggs, Architect. 

Charlotteto^vn, P.EJ 

Toronto, Ont Mr. Paul, Architect. 

Prince Albert, Sask _ 

S12 VongeStreet C. T. Read, Architect. 

La Salette. Ont Peter Dedericks, Architect, 

Brantford, Ont J. K. White. Architect. 

Diindas St,, West Toronto, N, G. Beggs, Architect. 

Calgary, Alta 

Toronto J. M. Lyle, Architect, 

O-^^-en Sound, Ont Forster fr Clark, Architects. 

Owen Sound, Ont Forster & Clark, Architects. 

Toronto, Ont Burke. Horwood & White. 

Architects , 



Rex Theatre 

Grain Exchange BuiJdin^. 



Jg- 



Graphic Arts BuiJdin.^ 
Canadian Bk. of Commerce 
Gloving Picture Theatre. . 

Bank of Toronto 

Empress Theatre , , . 

Columbus Club Building'. 

Garland Theatre 

Planagan Hotel 

West. Can. Bible Society- 
New Opera Hoase 

Mason & Riscb Building. 
Imperial Bank 



-^^^^ }J-!L'^"''S"* Carson & Smithly, Architects 

,Fort \\iiiiam, Ont Carl Wirth & Smithly, Archi- 

^ tects. 
.Toronto. Ont 

-Winnipeg, Man Darling & Pearson ."Architects. 

-DuTidas and Mavety Sts., 

Toronto 

.Toronto,. Carrere & Hastings/ Architects. 

. Moncton, N.B.. , 

-Toronto,.-, ic.j." Readl Architect. 

> Edmonton, .Alta Mallorj'&Thatcher^Architects. 

Saskatoon. Sask W. W. LaChancc, Architect- 

.t^oUcge Street. Toronto.. .Gordon & Helliwell, Architects 

. Brock ville. Ont A. Stuart AUaster, Architect 

Toronto Ont Bond & Sttiith. Architects, 

Ingersoll. Ont J. M. Lvle. Architect. 



ARCHITECTURAL DECORATIONS 



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THE PLASTIC RELIEF MFG. CO 



THE PLASTIC RELIEF MFG. CO 



DiSTRtBUTORs: WM, N. O'NEIL CO., Limitkd, 

VANCOUVER, B.C. VICTORIA, B,C. 



CHICAGO, U.S-A, 



PRODUCTS. 



Architectural Decorations in Plaster, Cement, Composition and Wood, 




E 4 Compo Electric Light Fixture. 

E 21 Indirect Lighting Compo Bowl. 

E 14 Compo Electric Light Fixture. 

9850 Festoon, sizes ranging from 8 in. to 14 in. in 

2500 Capital, exterior compo or interior plaster. 

Interior to match any wood- 
1500 Capita^ exterior compo or interior plaster. 

Interior to match any wood. 
5300 Bracket, exterior compo or interior plaster. 

Interior to match any wood. 
5000 Bracket, exterior compo or interior plaster. 

Interior to match any wood. 



width. *■■ 

Sizes ranging from 3 in. 
Sizes ranging from i in. 
Sizes ranging from 3 in- 
Sizes ranging from i in. 
Sizes ranging from 2 in. 
Sizes ranging from 2 in. 
Sizes ranging from 2 in. 
Sizes ranging from 1 in. 



to 26 ill. round or square, 
to 10 in, round or square, 
to 26 in. round or square, 
to 14 in. round or square, 
to 1 1 in. face width, 
to 4 in. face width, 
to 10 in. face width, 
to 6 in. face width. 



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EXPANDED METAL LATH, ETC. 



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Winnipeg. 

Sydney. 



THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 

Head Office and Factories: 
OSHAWA, ONT. 

write to nearest address: 
Toronto. London. 

Chatham. Quebec. 

Halifax. Calgary. 



Ottawa. 
St. John. 
Vancouver. 



EXPANDED 
METAL LATH. 



TRUSS FABRIC 
(For Stucco 
Work). 



; 



WALL TIES. 



WALL PLUGS. 



gauge 



Furnished in 26, 24 and 2^ 
painted, iSj.-^ in. wide. 

Furnished in 24 and 23 gauge, galvan- 
ized, iSH in. wide. 

Furnished in 26 and 24 gauge, painted, 

24 in. wide. 

Furnished in 24 gauge, galvanized. 24 in. 

wide . 

The actual length of sheet, 97 in.; length 

charged for, 96 in. 

Pedlar's * ' Perfect " Expanded Metal 
Lath has a neat, small mesh, the narrow 
strands of which furnish a superior bonding 
surface by allowing the mortar to com- 
pletely embed the lath on both sides, the 
chnch bonding on the back. This lath has 
been used on nearly all the large and 
prominent buildings erected in Canada in 
the past five years. 



Pedlar's "Perfect" Truss Fabric is the 
"Perfect" Metal Lath corrugated after 
being expanded. By corrugating the lath, 
an absolute key is secured behind the face 
of the fabric, and the slab becomes rein- 
forced, rendering cracking and disintegra- 
tion impossible; an incomparable medium 
for the renovation and reconstruction of old 
houses. 

Standard sizes of sheets, 17 in. x 96 in.: 
furnished cither painted or galvanized; ap- 
plied with metal lath staples or our special flat-headed nails, 
application. 

The " Superior- 
Corrugated Wall 
Tie, for either solid 
or veneer brick 
walls, is I in. wide, 

8 in. long (solid style), 4^ in. (veneer style), galvan- 
ized only. A very strong, rigid tie. 

The ■' Universal" Wall Tie is i in. wide, 8 in. 
long, and made of very heavy gauge, and furnished 
either painted or galvanized. 

The "Perfect" Wall Tie is 2>2 in. wide, S in. 
long, and made from Expanded Metal lath, fur- 
nished either painted or galvanized. 




Perfect" Expanded Metal Lath. 




Truss Fabrjc. 

Full directions for stucco work on 




Solid Wall ■"SuPERioa" Tie. 




Veneer Waul "Superior" Tie. 




Solid Wall "Universal" Tig. 



The '"Perfect" Wall Plug, furnished either 
painted or galvanized, makes an ideal nailing base 
for interior finish in brick and concrete construction. 
They are used in all modern and fire-proof buildings, 
and have displaced wooden plugs and similar 
methods entirely. 




Perfect" Wall Plug. 



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MKTAL CORNER BEADS, ETC. 



105 



THE PEDLAR PEOPLE LIMITED 



METAL 

CORNER 

BEADS. 



STEEL STUDS 

AND 

FURRING. 



FERRO- 

DOVETAIL 

PLATES. 



We have the largest production in the world and make all the various modern 
styles of Corner Beads. The slight cost of Comer Beads and the perfect results secured 
make them indispensable in connection with all public buildings, large or small. Used 
on Canada's biggest and best buildings. 




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Perfect" Corner Bead. 



Pedlar's "Perfect" Corner Beads are furnished galvanized in lengths 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 
and 10 ft., and can be easily notched with tinner's snips and curved to fit any arch. 

Our "Universal" Bead is galvanized 
and in 6, 8 and 10 ft. lengths. 

Our "National" Solid Rail Corner 
Bead is galvanized and furnished in 6, 7, 
8, 9 and 10 ft. lengths. 



We make Sheet Metal "T" Studs and 
Channel Studs and Furring, and furnish 
same either painted or galvanized. These 
are made regularly of No. 18 gauge high 
" carbon steel. The studs and furring have 
prongs pressed out of the metal, to which 
may be applied metal lath and requiring 
no other fasteners. Make solid hre-proof 
walls at low cost. 

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Pipes and wire may be run between 
the walls where channel studs are used. 
"T" studs make a sohd wall. Furring is 
for any style of wall or ceiling. 

Furnished in any length up to 10 ft. 
Approved for use everywhere. 

Top and bottom sockets supplied. 




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These make an ideal roof for permanent buildings, where absolute protection and 
no expense for upkeep is desired. Furnished painted or galvanized, in any gauge. 
Makes a very strong, self-centering floor. 



TABLE OF SAFE LOADS FOR FERRO-DOVETAIL PLATES- 
(Factor of Safety of 4.) Straight Sheets, 24 gauge. Depth of Corrugations, J 2 inch 




Ferro-Dovbtail Plate. 



Depth of 

Concrete 
above 


Dead 

Load 

per 

Sq. Foot 






Live Load per Square Foot 






Corru- 
gaCioci 


Span 3' 


4' 


5' 


6' 


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10' 


H inch 


16 lbs. 


84 


52 


3^ 


16 


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206 


no 


61 


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355 


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66 


39 


32 


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584 


396 


352 


129 


88 


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S50 


461 


577 


197 


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58 


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1174 


634 


422 


274 


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1 12 


72 


52 


3K " 


54 ■' 


1506 


736 


506 


343 


2 28 


157 


113 


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60 " 


165S 


880 


549 


359 


244 


176 


124 


91 


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1758 


944 


584 


385 


263 


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126 


103 


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1066 


646 


446 


288 


220 


149 


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CLARENCE W. NOBLE 



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HERRINGBONE METAL LATH 



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CLARENCE W. NOBLE 

117 Home Life Building, 
TORONTO. ONT. 



General Sales Agent: 
HERRINGBONE METAL LATH. 



905 Electric Railway Chambers 

Winnipeg. 



LOCAL SALES 

CALGARV Wester.v Supply & Equipment Co. 

EDMONTON - W. B. PouchER. 

FORT WILLIAM Twim City San-d Co. 

HAMILTON W. A. Freeman Co. 

HALIFAX F. A. G1LLIS& Co. 

LETHJiRIDGE Western Supply & Equipment Co. 

MONTREAL C. W. Noble, Neu- Birks Buildi.ng. 

MOOSE I AW Saskatchew.^-N Glass & Supply Co 

NORTH BATTLEFORD Cookso.n Brothers. 

NORTH BAY John Bourke & Son. 

OTTA\^'A Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co. 

PORT ARTHITR Twin Citv Sand Co. 



AGENTS: 

PRINCE ALBERT Manvillb Hardware Co. 

QUEBEC A. D. MaSSON. 

REGINA H. S. Abbott Sitpplv Co. 

SASKATOON Mackenzie & Thayer. 

SWIFT CURRENT The Beaver Lumber Co. 

SAULT STE. MARIE T. H. McGillivray. 

SARNIA Sarnia Builders' Supply Co. 

TORONTO C. W. Noble 

VANCOUVER Wm. N. O'Neil & Co. 

VICTORIA Wm- N^- O'Neil & Co. 

WINNIPEG^'. ' W. T. Grose. 





Tim Cause — Hekkingbo.ve Ribs. 



The Effect — Superior Stiffness. 



DLSTINGULSHING The selvage edge, the stiffening ribs, the increased length, the twisted filament, the superior coating- 

FEATURE.S. each one of these features afford advantages not found in any other type of metal lath. 



THE SELVAGE 
EDGE. 



THE RIBS. 




A device to secure a perfect connection between adjacent sheets without lapping. It enables the 
sheets to spread over their entire area, thus covering with a given amount of lath, about ten per cent. 
more surface than when ordinar\^ metal lath is used. The selvage edges rest so closely 
together that there is no danger of plaster working between them and spreading them 
apart. Wiring the edges of the sheets together, a device which is used with ordinary "" 

metal lath to prevent bulging, is thus entirely unnecessary with Herringbone. These 
selvages are always perfectly true and parallel. They cannot be manufactured other- 
wise. The incon\-enience and waste resulting from irregularly shaped sheets is thus 
entirely avoided. 

These give Herringbone Lath its superior stiffness. Twenty-seven gauge Her- 
ringbone Lath for walls, on wood studs sixteen inches apart, or twenty-four gauge on 
ceiling joists, sixteen inches apart, will be found entirely satisfactory'. With ordinary 
metal lath the maximum span is twelve inches. In order to attain the maximum 
economy from the use of Herringbone Lath, the carpenter specification should, there- 
fore, be written with this lath in view. 

These ribs also act as miniature brackets to sustain the wet clinch of the mortar before it has set up. 
A mortar which is too wet, or insufficiently haired, will thus make a good job with Herringbone Lath, 
while a good mortar will make a perfect job. Mortar which drops off the 
back of the lath does not form the key. It is only the mortar that sticks 
that is effecti\'e. In this respect Herringbone Lath, the only ribbed lath, 
is in a class bv itself. 

Contractors who have worked with bagg}- metal lath realize that it is 
an unprofitable job. To be constantly filHngup hollows with mortar only 
to have these hollows change to bumps when the trowel is applied on the 
other side of the stud is most discouraging. Men who have had this 
experience, appreciate Herringbone stiffness. Architects who appreciate 
plaster of uniform thickness will use Herringbone- 



Large Lap Required- 
ExcEssivE Waste. 







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HERRINGBONE METAL LATH 



107 



CLARENCE W. NOBLE 



THE 

INCREASED 

LENGTH. 



Most metal lath is delivered in sheets eight feet long. Herringbone sheets are 
eight feet one and one-half inches long. There is thus a lap of one and one-half 
inches on the end stud and one row of nails will fasten the ends of both sheets. 
Rough carpenter work is all that the name implies. If the end stud is out one inch 
the end joining line with ordinary lath sheets will fall off the stud entirely. As 
the ends of both sheets must be rigidly attached, it is necessary to lap over a foot 
to the next stud. If Herringbone Lath is used, the end stud may be two and one- 
half inches out of place before this waste becomes necessary. 



THE TWISTED 
FILAMENT. 




Extra Length has 
Advantages. 



The filaments between the ribs run in a direction closely parallel to the stroke 
of the plasterer's trowel. As the trowel passes upward, the edge of the filament 
is first presented, and plaster is permitted to pass through to form a clinch. This 
action is checked almost immediately by the twist in the fdament, which then 
presents its flat side to the trowel, and is cut off entirely by the next rib, which, acting as a baffle, throws 
the excess plaster back on the trowel. The heaviest clinch is thus deposited at the bottom of the filament 
and rests directly on the rib below. The support of the wet mortar in this manner is the reason for the 
superior Herringbone clinch. No other brand of metal lath has this feature. 

HERRINGBONE The corrosion of unprotected metal lath in hard wall plaster has been found to be the result of electro- 

COATING. lysis. Plaster of Paris, the basis of the patent plasters, generates slight electric currents while the molecules 

are re-arranging themselves during the process of hardening. It is these currents that do the mischief. 
The correct protection for metal lath, therefore, is not a paint, but an electrical insulator. Our cold japanned 
coating fills this requirement. It is an asphaltum varnish with a chemical drier. It is a perfect non- 
conductor of electricity. As it contains no linseed or other vegetable oil, it is not subject to decay, nor 
is it attacked by acids in the plaster. 



SHERARDIZED 
LATH. 



PACKING. 



PRICE. 



PARTITIONS. 



For particular people, those who object to any coating which ma}'- become chipped off, we offer 
Sherardized Herringbone Metal Lath. Sherardizing is the latest improvement in galvanizing. The zinc 
reaches the steel in the form of vapour and deposits first as a zinc iron alloy. Above this alloy, the pure 
zinc is deposited. A given amount of zinc in this process has been shown by the acid test to be fifteen 
times more efficient than in the hot galvanizing process. Any Herringbone agent will make the test for you. 

The subject of the protection of metal lath is so interesting that a booklet has been written about it. 
Ask for "Things Worth Knowing." 

Herringbone sheets are twenty and three-eighths inches wide by eight feet and one-half inches long. 
They are billed as one and a half square yards each, although they are slightly more than that. They are 
bundled twenty sheets, or thirty yards to the bundle. 

Herringbone Lath is only cut in twenty-four and twenty-seven gauges. 

It costs to make Herringbone quality, and we charge you a cent or so per yard more than you would 
pay for the ordinary kind. Your saving, though, is several times the increased first cost of the lath. You 
have no waste of lath in side or end lap. No waste of labour in stretching the lath flat, nor wiring of the 
selvages, and no waste of plaster from dropping off the back or filling up the hollows. 

Architects who appreciate a supported clinch and plaster of uniform thickness, may, therefore, feel 
assured that by specifying Herringbone Lath they secure these advantages, without increasing the cost 
of their building. . 

The essential features of a partition in a modern building are, minimum 
weight combined with maximum stiffness, soundproofness, and its lire- 
retarding qualities. There are two general classes of partitions: those com- 
posed of burnt tile, plaster blocks and similar materials, and those made of 
cement plaster on a framework of metal lath and metal studs, or metal lath 
on wood studs. 

A tile partition weighs about twenty-four pounds per square foot, and 
when plastered about thirty-eight. On the other hand, a metal lath and stud 
partition weighs, plaster included, eighteen pounds per square foot, thus 
effecting a saving of twenty pounds per square foot. For designing the steel 
frame, the partition is considered as uniformly distributed load over the 
entire floor; the twenty pounds would thus represent a saving of about twelve 
per cent, in the weight of frame required, and therefore a similar saving in 

the cost. The soundproofness of the lath and stud partition is entirely satisfactory whether constructed 
solid, i.e., plastered on both sides of single layer of lath to a thickness of two inches; or hollow, this latter 
style having lath on both sides of a one-inch or two-inch metal stud, and having the advantage of affording 
space for piping and conduits. 

The above advantages are enough to make the lighter partition preferable, but a still more important 
feature remains, i.e., the fire-retarding qualities. When a fire occurs in a room, its danger and destructive- 
ness is merely local so long as the partition remains intact, but once that gives away, the resulting current 
of air spreads the fire with great rapidity. In the ordinary fire, temperatures as high as 1900° F. occur. 
The expansion of a tile partition on the heated side, at this temperature, is so great that either one of two 
things must occur, the tile must crush and break off, leaving holes, or the partition must bulge out and 
fall entirely. In either case it has no salvage value. On the other hand, the lath and stud partition bulges 
but does not break, a small amount of plaster calcines and washes down and the repairing is only a matter 
of a few dollars. 

The advantage of a two-inch partition over a six-inch one as a space saver, and, therefore, an increaser 
of rental values, is self-evident. 

Why not use the lightest, cheapest and most fireproof partition and at the same time increase your 

revenue? 




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PATENT HARDWALL PLASTERS 



PRODUCTS. 



SUPERIORITY 
OF GYPSUM 
PRODUCTS. 



TKSTS. 



EXPERTS 



GYPSEMENT 

WALL 

PLASTER. 

GYPSTONE. 



PLAvSTER 
BOARD. 



MANITOBA GYPSUM CO., LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HARDWALL PLASTERS AND OTHER GYPSUM PRODUCTS. 

General Office, Sales Office and Mill: 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 
Quarries: Gypsumville, Man. 



"EMPIRE" BRANDS OF WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, CEMENT PLASTER, PREPARED 
TROWEL FINISH— no lime required, PREPARED FLOAT FINISH-no lime required, "TROWEL" 
BR\ND PLASTER OF PARIS, "GOLD DUST" BRAND COMMON FINISH, "GYPSEMENT" 
BRAND PREPARED HARDWALL PLASTER— no sand required, '*GYPSTONE" BRAND PRE- 
PARED ROUGHCxVST— for outside work, PLASTER BOARD— the fireproof lath. 

Wall Plaster, manufactured from Gypsum has almost entirely taken the place of all other wall 

plaster. 

Gypsum Plasters are fireproof and practically indestructible. 

Gypsum Plasters are easily worked and have good setting and maturing qualities, thus enabling 
the plasterer to cover more space in a given time than with any other plastering material. 

All our products are thoroughly tested and are guaranteed to give good results, provided material 
is used in accordance with our specifications. 

We have a reliable staff of plaster experts, and their services and advice are at the disposal of all 
those who require reliable plaster information. 

ARCHITI3CTS' SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE USE OF WOOD FIBRE, CEMENT WALL 

PLASTER, '• EMPIRE" BRANDS AND GYPSEMENT. 

Grounds: — 

For Wood Lath : to be ^ in. to M i'l- — preferably % in. 

For Brick or Tile: to be J^ in. 

For Wire LaUi or Expanded MetaL to be % in. to 14 i»- tJvcr face of lath. 

For Plaster Board: to be J^ in. to 5i in. 

Wood Lath: — 

To be No. I White Pine or Spruce, free from knots, sap or bark. To be spaced ^ in. apart and well 
nailed. If 5ath are dry. they should be liberally sprinkled with water three or four hours before tht plaster 
is applied, so as to allow lath to s\vell and thus avoid buckling. Green or half green lath are preferable. 

Plaster: — ' 

To be nianufaclured by the Manitoba Gypsum Co., Ltd., and to be 

mixed and applied according to their printed instructions. 

Sand: — 

"Empire'' Wood Fibre Plaster can either be used neat or it can be mixed with clean, sharp sand in 
the proportion of one to one where used on plaster board, wood or metal lath; where used on brick or tile 
walls, two parts of clean, sharp sand can be added to one of wood fibre, 

"Empire'' Cement Wall Plaster, where used on plaster board, wood or metal lath^ should be used 
in the proportion of one part plaster to two parts clean, sharp sand. Wher^ used on brick or tile walls, 
three parts of clean, sharp sand can be added to one of cement wall plaster. 

Should be used neat^sand must not be added- 



The plaster for outside roughcast effects. 

Gypstone is waterproof and is supplied cither natural or coloured. 

The combination lath of felt and plaster. It takes the place of wood lath and economises time in 
construction. It is a sound deadener and is practically iireproof. Plaster Board requires a brown 
coat and a finish coat of plaster. 



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MANITOBA GYPSUM CO., LIMITED 



"EMPIRE" 

KEENES 

CEMENT. 



"EMPIRE" 

ARTIFICIAE 

CAENSTONE 
CEMENT. 



ADVANTAGES 



METHOD OF 
USING. 



ADAPTED TO 
ALL FIREPROOF 
PARTITION 
CONSTRUCTION. 



SPECIFICATION 
FOR HOLLOW 
PARTITIONS. 



SPECIFICATION 
FOR SOLID 
PARTITIONS. 



The "Empire" Keenes Cement is fast replacing the imported Keenes where hig^h-class material 
is wanted for Base, Mouldings, Wainscoting, Castings, or where any work requires hardness, which 
can only be obtained by the use of high-grade Keenes Cements. 

Write for Specifications. 

The natural decorative possibilities are unequal, but 
owing to its high cost, also the high cost of the different 
Foreign Artificial Caenstone, we have perfected the 
"Empire" Caenstone so that it is equal to any imported, 
and pronounced by some to be more uniform and superior 
to the imported article. Works smooth, and has no equal 
as a finish for Lobbies, Columns, Walls, Walls in Vesti- 
bules, Church Arches, Halls, Theatres, or any surface 
where an artistic effect, durability and hardness combined 
are desired. 

Write for Specification Booklet. 




"NATIONAL" STEEL STUDDING. 

We have carried out a number of experiments with 
the "National" Steel Studding, and as a result of our 
belief in its possibilities we have purchased the patent 
rights for the Dominion of Canada. 

"National" Steel Stud is cheap and simple to erect; 
it is light in weight and a great saver of floor space; 
and it ensures greater strength and durability. 

The "National" is the only steel studding manu- 
factured on which plaster board or wire lath can be used. 
It is manufactured for either hollow or solid plaster board 
walls. 

The studs are placed 32 inches on centre and held 
in place by means of top and bottom stringers, to which 

the stud is securely locked. The sections of plaster board are then braced together with clips, 
spaced 7^ inches apart, thereby making a reinforced plaster wall. This form of construction is not 
only the most durable for partitions, but it is also the cheapest, Hghtest and simplest to erect. 
A partition of "National" Steel Stud and Plaster Board, plastered with either "Empire" Cement 
Plaster or "Empire" Wood Fibre Plaster is practically a reinforced slab. 

"National" Steel Studding being securely fastened every 6 inches or 8 inches to the door bucks 
and wood framing at all openings— cracks, which are so conspicuous in other forms of partition con- 
struction, are practically eliminated. 

"National" Steel Stud is adapted to all forms of 
fireproof partition construction — from a solid partition 
finishing, if inches, to a hollow partition finishing, 7 inches, 
with air space 5I inches. With the hollow form air 
spaces of from i^ inches to 5! inches can be obtained, thus 
affording an opportunity to conceal all wires and pipes. 

Studs to be spaced 32 inches on centre and fastened 
at floor and ceiling with clips furnished by the manufac- 
turer for the various types of construction, such as wood, 
tile or concrete. The Plaster Board is then to be attached 
to the studs by means of nails spaced 4 inches apart in 
the Style "B" stud. The nails engage the edge of the 
Plaster Board and hold same securely in place. The 
sections of boards are then braced by means of double 
cross clips which are spaced 7I inches apart. Plaster 
with "Empire" Wood Fibre Plaster or "Empire" Cement 
Plaster, using sufficient mortar to cover the lip of the 
studding one-quarter inch before applying finish coat. 

Studs to be spaced 32 inches on centres and fastened 
to the flooring and ceihng. The Plaster Board is first 
inserted in the deep slot in stud and then brought back 
to the shallow slot in opposite stud, thereby engaging 
both edges of the Plaster Boards in studs. The hori- 
zontal edges of the Plaster Board are then engaged by 
means of cross braces extending from stud to stud and 
constructed to allow 4 inch space between Plaster Board 
edges, thereby insuring perfect key for mortar. Plaster 

both sides with "Empire" Wood Fibre Plaster or "Empire" Cement Plaster applied according to 
directions furnished by the Manitoba Gypsum Company, Limited, using sufficient mortar to fully 
cover the face of upright studding at least | inch before applying finish coat. 




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PATENT HARDWALL PLASTERS 



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ADAPTABILITY. 



A NON- 
CONDUCTOR OF 
HEAT. 

DOES NOT 
EXPAND. 



EASILY 

REPAIRED. 

NON- 
CONDUCTIVITY. 



RECORD (JF 

TEST. 



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FIRE 
RETARDENT. 



AD\*AXTA(iES 



LOW IN COST, 
HIGH IN 
OUALITY. 



SIZES AND 
WEIGHTS. 



SPECIFICATIONS 



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"EMPIRE" FIREPROOF TILE. 

"EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile is a fireproof material composed of pure Manitoba Gypsum Hydrated 
Plaster, bonded with fibre and made into block form. It is used for fireproofing of structural steel, for 
wall furring, block tile, insulation from heat and cold, and for sound deadening. 

Pure Gypsum is one of the best non-conductors of heat known; further, pure gypsum has a co- 
efficient of expansion under heat of practically zero. The "EMPIRE" Fireproofing Tile being made of 
pure gypsum is, therefore, a non-conductor of heat and not subject to expansion under its action. 

"EMPIRE" Tile does not expand under the action of heat, and is, therefore, stable when subject 
to fire The action of the "EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile when subject to high temperature is similar to 
that of concrete. Quoting the report of Professor Norton, of the jNIassachusetts Institute of Technology: 
"When brick or terra cotta is heated, no chemical action occurs, but when concrete is carried to about 
1,000 degrees Fahrenheit its surface becomes decomposed, dehydration occurs and water is driven off. 
This process takes a relatively great amount of heat — it requires about as much heat to drive the water 
out of the outer inch of concrete as it does to raise the next \ inch to i ,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Now, a 
second action begins; after dehydration, the concrete is much improved as a non-conductor, and yet, 
through this layer of non-conducting material must pass ah the heat to dehydrate and raise the tempera- 
ture of the layers below; a process that cannot proceed with great speed." 

A partition of "EMPIRE " Fireproof Tile subjected to fire would only require a light coat of plaster 
to place it in perfect condition. 

The importance of non-con- 
ductivity in fireproofing may be 
realized when it is considered 
that a temperature of 800 de- 
grees Fahrenheit weakens steel 
10 per cent., and an increase in 
temperature to i , 700 
Fahrenheit weakens it 

cent. 

At Cornell University in 
1892, two chambers were formed, 
one being floored with a slab of 
plaster material, and the other 
with fireclay or terra cotta; a 
coke fire was maintained under 
them, and after three hours the 
heat in the upper chamber, 
formed of ])laster material, was 

only 184 degrees, while in the adjoining chamber, floored with fire clay, it was 600 degrees. After five 
hours the temperature was 384 and 1,500 degrees respectively. 

Ill Europe, where Gvpsum and Gypsum Tile are used to a considerable extent in fireproofing, it is a 
matter of record that fires are usually confined to the building, and often to the room in which they 
originated. European fire equipment is not to be compared for efficiency with our fire-fighting equipment, 
vet, notwithstanding this fact, our fire loss is $2.35, whereas in Europe it will not average 34c. per capita. 

Fireproof Tile being light in weight, a saving can be effected in foundations, and in the weight and 

cost of structural steel. 

Fireproof Tile lavs up smoothly and even. All the tile being of uniform size and light in weight, a 
greater number can be handled bv the labourer, and a mason can lay more square feet in a given time 
than can be done with other material. As less plaster is required, the plasterer can cover more surface, 
making .a saving in weight, cost, labour, and material. 

"EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile is light in weight, low in cost, high in quality, fireproof, sound proof, an 
insulator, and quickly erected. 

"EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile is an insulator of sound. 

"EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile is absolutely straight and can be laid perfectl}^ true and to a line. 

"EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile is made from 2 to 6 inches in thickness. 

Standard sizes and weights of "EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile: 

2 inches x 12 inches x 30 inches weighs g\ lbs. per square foot, solid. 

2 inches x 12 inches x 30 inches weighs 6j lbs. per square foot, furring. 

3 inches x 12 inches x 30 inches weighs 9^ lbs. per square foot, hollow. 

4 inches x 12 inches x 30 inches weighs i2j lbs. per square foot, hollow. 

5 inches x 12 inches x 30 inches weighs 15 lbs. per square foot, hollow. 

6 inches x 12 inches x 30 inches weighs i6| lbs. per square foot, hollow. 

The partitions shall be started on the fireproofing floors, which shall be properly levelled to receive same before the 
laying of partitions is begun. 

All \\-aHs and partitions laid up of fireproof tile must be tightly wedged against the underside of the fireproof floors above. 

The carpenter contractor shall set the rough bucks for openings ahead of the contractor for the fireproof tihng. The 

bucks shall be left plumb and true by the carpenter and shall be made of the face abutting the partition tile 

to be I inch wider than the thickness of the tile, each tier of the blocks to be nailed at top with lod. nails to plain bucks, 
or the buck to be rabbeted in i inch and the exact thickness of the tile to receive the same. 

Furr all outside walls where shown on plans with "EMPIRE" Fireproof Tile, laid up against the wall and securely 
anchored to brick walls by anchor nails. 

Ail tile to be laid up in mortar made of one part of "El^IPIRE" Cement Plaster and two parts of good sharp sand, 
thoroughly mixed, breaking joints and banding corners, all perfectly true and plumb. Grounds shall be ^ inch. 

PLASTER I XG. 

The base coal shall be made of one (i) part of "EMPIRE" Cement Plaster and two (2) parts clean sharp sand, mixed 
and used according to the manufacturer's directions, to be filled out to grounds, soaked and darbied to a straight and even 
surface. 

Finish with "EMPIRE" finish, white coat or float finish, to be applied according to manufacturer's directions. 



FEEL STUBBING, ETC. 



Ill THE CANABIAN STEEL STUBBING & MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITEB 



THE CANADIAN STEEL STUDDING & MANUFACTURING CO., LTD. 

Head Office: 327 Winch Building. 
Factory: 136-138 Lorne Street West, 

VANCOUVER. B.C. 

FOR SALE BY 

Wm. N. O'Neil & Co., Ltd., Wholesale Builders' Supplies, Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. 
Western Supply & Equipment Co., Ltd,, Wholesale Builders' Supplies, Calgary and Lethbridge, Alta. 
W. B. PoucHER, Wholesale Builders' Supplies, Edmonton, Alta. 

Manufacturers of Collins' Patent Steel Studdlmg (Fireproof P.vrtitioxs), Ceiling and 
Furring (Interlocking System). 

Collins' patent is the latest 



PRODUCTS. 



ADVANTAGES. 



COLLINS' 
SUSPENDED 
CEILING 
CONSTRUCTION, 




and, undoubtedly, the best form 
of' Fireproof Metal Parti- 
tions. The material can be sup- 
plied to finish 2 in. solid, 3 in., 
3>^ in., 4 in., 5 in., 6 in., or even 
wider, if necessary, hollow. These 
partitions are 60% lighter — they 
are speedier to erect, besides 
being cheaper, than hollow tile, 
and their fireproof quality for 
insurance rates arc the same. 
The weakness of hollow tile was 
clearly demonstrated beyond the 
question of a doubt at the time 
of the BaUimore and vSan Fran- 
cisco lires, when many of the 
partitions were entirely destroy- 
ed. The great weight of tile, 
its high cost, low tensile strength, 
and unreliability when a hot wall 
is struck by a stream of water, are 
its greatest objections. Collins 
is a new and unique type in which 
will be found none of these objec- 
tions. We claim for this system: 
Strength, Rigidity, Lightness, 
Least Area, Incombustibility 
of Materials, Non - conduc- 
tivity of Heat and Sound. 
And, further, it is the cheapest, 
on account of the great economy 
of labour and distribution of 
materials. Its very simplicity 
guarantees its saving in cost. By 
the use of baseplates perfect 
alignment is got, and b}'' the use 
of a simple patented shoe, which 
fits into ceiling plates, the par- 
tition is made mechanically per- 
fect. There is no chance of 
poor workmanship. 

This reproduction gives an 
idea of the perfect alignment of 
Collins' Interlocking System 
for Ceilings. The ceilings are 
supported by No. 7 gauge gal- 
vanized wire, making the spaces 
for the carrying bars 3-ft. centres, 
and when ^-in. channels are 
slipped through the openings oft 
the clips, which are attached to 
the bars by machine at the fac- 
tory at any centre, it ensures the 
lath having proper lapping space 
on the channels, which is neces- 
sary to make a first-class job. 

We invite the most thorough 

investigation of Collins' Parti- Suspended Cgiuno Construction. 

TiON AND Ceiling Construction, believing same will prove its superiority over all other methods, 
WRITS FOR CATALOGUE. 



This Ili-ustrates PerP!?ction op the T^ockro Brace Resultintp i>i Trte ALtaNMHNT. 





THE ALABASTINE COMPANY, PARIS, LIMITED 



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THE ALABASTINE COMPANY, PARIS, LIMITED 

Head Oi'FicE: PARIS. ONT. 
Mines and Plaster Mills: Caledonia. Ont. AlabastinE Works: Paris, Ont 

Toronto Branch: Alabastine Hardmortar Limited, 

3 jARvis St., Toronto, Ont. 



PRODUCTS. 



PARISTONE. 



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PULPSTONE. 



FINISH. 



Every thine required for interior walls: PARISTONE (Neat, 
Haired, Gypsum Hardwall Plaster); PULPSTONE (Neat Wood 
Fibred Gypsum Hardwall Plaster); STANDARD WHITE PLASTER 
OF PARIS- No. 3 SPECIAL GREY FINISH PLASTER (no lime 
required); ANCHOR BRAND HARDWALL PLASTER (sanded 
readv for use) ; MONARCH BRAND HYDRATED LIME (for fmish 
plaster); SPECIAL EXTERIOR PLASTER (for outside work); 
PULPSTONE FIREPROOFING GYPSUM BLOCKS; ALABAS- 
TINE (Church's Cold Water Sanitary Wall Coating); BEST BROS. 
KEENE'S CEMENT. 

Paristone is a Neat, Hardwall Gypsum Plaster, ready for use as 
soon as mixed with sand and water on the job. It is stronger, harder, 
man^- times more durable, than hme and sand mixtures. Every ship- 
ment is carefully tested. When our printed directions are carefully 
followed, failure is impossible. 

Pulpstone is a Neat, Wood-fibred Gypsum Hardwall Plaster, 
ready for use, with or without sand. Especially recommended for one- 
coat work or for plastering over dry lath or plaster board. 

- No. 3 Special Grey Finish Plaster is prepared especially for finishing 
walls that are intended to be decorated, and Alabastine is recommended 
as the most satisfactory w^all coating to use. Alabastine comes in 21 
tints and white, in packages ready to mix with cold w^ater. It can be 
recoated successfully many times, does not fade or peel, and lends 
itself perfectly to harmonious combinations with furnishings. 

SPECIFICATIONS. GROUNDS.^For w^ood lath, f in. to | in.; brick, f in. to | in.; 

m.etal lath, | in. over face of lath; plaster blocks, \ in. to | in. 

Wood Lath.— Should be best white pine, free from bark, knots 
or sap, green or half-seasoned is best, spaced about f in. and not less 
than 3-j6 in. Joints well nailed and broken every tenth lath. Dry 
lath must be wet down with water at least two hours before plastering 

and kept well soaked. 

Metal Lath.— Should be of good quality, applied according to 

maker's directions. 

Plaster Blocks. — To be Pulpstone Fireproofing Gypsum Blocks, 
manufactured by the Alabastine Co., Paris, Limited. 

Plaster. — To be Paristone, Pulpstone, or Anchor Hardw^all Plaster 
manufactured by the Alabastine Co., Paris, Limited. 

Finish. — To be No. 3 Special Grey Finish, left natural colour or 
tinted with Alabastine; or Monarch Hydrated Lime gauged with 
Standard White Plaster Paris for white putty coat. 

PULPSTONE Plaster Blocks made of gypsum and w^ood fibre, moulded into 

FIREPROOF block form for fireproof partitions, furring, covering columns, and all 

GYPSUM BLOCKS, steel members; also for sloping roofs and mansards. Made by hand 

at our works, cured outdoors, of excellent design. Pulpstone Blocks are 
superior to the imported kinds, stronger and less breakage. 

Plaster Blocks are being used on a great many of the better -class 
buildings in Canada, because they combine the least weight with the 
greatest fire-retarding and sound-proofmg qualities. They show no 
expansion under the most extreme variations of temperature, and will not 

split, warp, or crack during the 
progress of a fire, and have only 
to be replastered to restore to full 
strength afterward. Pulpstone 
Gypsum Blocks are perfectly 
uniform and lay up true and 
straight, forming an extremely 
rigid partition, which requires 
only I in. of plaster to complete. 
Full directions and specifications 
given in our booklet, "Modern 
Fireproofing." 





C.P.R. BUIUDING, TOKONTU 

Plastered with Anchor Hardwall Plaster 
made by the Alabastine Hardmortar Ltd., 
Toronto. 




Y.M.C.A. Building, Montreal. 

An example of the class of building in 
which Paristone, the best of all Hardwal! 
Plasters, is used. 




ftiDEAt; Hall, the Governor-Gsneral's 

Residence, Ottawa. 

Dominion Government Architects. 

p. I,yall & Sons had 90- day contract- 
They used 50 tons Paristone, and finished 
the building 15 days ahead of time, re- 
ceiving S.5,000 as a bonus. 




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Arena Gardens, Toronto, 
Plastered with Paristone Hardwall Plaster 




Transportation Buiudimg. Montreal, 

Paristone Plaster was used exclusively in 
this building. 



SBESTOS STUCCO 



113 THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., LIMITED 



THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO., LIMITED 

Toronto. Montreal. Winnipeg. Vancouver. 



PRODUCTS. 

J-M ASBEvSTOS 
STUCCO. 



ADVANTAGES. 



COVERING 
CAPACITY. 



BUILDING MATERIALS. 

Trade Mark. 

J-M ASBESTOS STUCCO. 

For complete list of J-M Building Materials see our catalogue in Roofing vSection. 

J-M Asbestos Stucco is composed of pure Asbestos Fibres and uniformly ground Asbestos Rock, 
together with proper binding materials. 

Any desired texture effect can be obtained with J-M Asbestos Stucco, from a float finish to a very 
rough cast or slap-dash. In prepared form it can be furnished in White, Gray and Bull. 

Sand, which is necessary in all other stuccos, contains vegetable matter and other foreign materials 
that not only cause stains and discolorations, but also prevent proper setting and make the stuccos 
liable to crack and flake off. As J-M Asbestos vStucco contains no sand or vegetable material, it dries 
a handsome, uniform colour, which lasts indefinitely without discoloring or flaking. 

As a non-conductor of heat and cold, J-M Asbestos Stucco presents an important advantage in 
fuel saving. It keeps buildings warm in winter and cool in summer. And it positively prevents the 
sides of a building catching fire from adjoining conflagrations. 

It is lighter in weight, spreads more evenly and smoothly, has a considerably greater covering 
capacity, and can be applied at a less cost of labour than sand and cement stuccos. 

When mixed according to directions, one ton of rough J-M Asbestos Stucco will cover approximate])- 
40 square yards 5^-inch thick. 








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Float Finish. 



Rough Cast. 
A Few of iim Handsume Finishes Possiere with J^M Asbestos Stuccu 



Stipplt; Finish. 



SPECIFICATIONS- 



KEYSTONE HAIR 
INSULATOR, 



Mat(!rial to be used shall be The Canadian H, W. Joh\'S-Maxville Company, Limited. Asbestos Stucco, mixed 
an the following proportions: 

To two bags of Portland Cement, add twenty pounds of first quality hydrated lime. and. after mixing,' thorou^^hly, 
spread over five bags of Rough Asbestic- Turn twice and add sufficient water to make a good workable mortar, mixing 
thoroughly. 

One bushel of plastering hair may be added to a ton of the material for the scratch coat over wire lath. No sand 

should be used- 

When Applied Over Wire Lalh and Expanded Metal. — Over sheathing boards apply horizontally one layer of Tnr^ 
Canadian H. W. Johns-INIanville Company, Limited, Neptune Brand Hair Insulator, lapjnng one inch and lacking 
in place with waterproof side out. Over this, nail thin vertical furring strips or mason's lath, on twelve-inch centres, 
and over these apply horizontally lath or expanded metaL Lath shall be nailed to furring strips and lapped at least one 
inch and laps between furring strips shall be nailed with a galvanized staple sufficiently long to get a hold in sheathing 
boards, This will prevent any cracking occurring from lappings. 

When Applied Over Terra Colta Blocks, Concrete Blocks and ^r/c^^— ^Surface to which scratch coat is to be applied 
should be free from foreigfi matter and should be thoroughly wet down before coat is applied. Surface of scratch coat, 
after it has been applied, should be thoroughly scored with a piece of lath or other tool, in order to provide a sufficient 

key for subsequent coats. 

Should three coats be desired, a browning coat may be applied over scratch coat after it has sufficiently set to allow 
working upon, not before twelve hours after scratch coat has been applied, and should be left slightly rough in order to 
furnish some key for finishing coat. Should only two coats be desired, finishing coat may he applied directly to scratch 
coat. Scratch and browning coats should be thoroughly wet dow'n before another coat is applied, in order ihat they will 
not absorb moisture from the following coat. First coat shall be applied at least ^g inch thick, and second and finishing 
coats not less than J4 inch thick. Finish coat of stucco shall be of texture and colour approved by architect. 

Finish coat work should, as far as possible, be applied to entire area of one side of structure at one operation. No 
finish coat work should be left in an incompleted condition. All work shall be carried to angles. 

To insure satisfactory results, we are prepared to apply J-M Asbestos Stucco. 

This sheathing is made of a heavy layer of cleansed and steriUzed 
cattle hair, securely fastened between two sheets of strong, non-porous 

building paper. 

The hairs cross and re-cross each other at every conceivable angle, 
forming small air chambers, and the paper on each side seals up the 
dead air immeshed in the air chambers. This makes a material more 
effective than many layers of building paper for keeping a building 
warm in winter and cool in summer. 

As a non-conductor of sound it has no equal w^hen placed between 
fioors and walls. It will not pack down or settle, will not dry out and 
split, will not rot or attract moisture, and will not carry flame like 
vegetable materials. 




Keystone H.air Insulator. 



CROWN GYPSOM COMPANY, LIMITED 



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CROWN GYPSUM COMPANY, LIMITED 

LythmorE, Ontario, Canada. 

manufacturers of 
GYPSUM PLAvSTERS AND GYPSUIM PRODUCTS 



TRADE 




MARK 



HARD WALL PLASTERS. 

"Beaver "-"Thistle "-Neat cement plasters. Unsanded. To be mixed 
with sand on the work. Easily applied. Large covering capacity. 
Satisfactory results on lath, brick, terra cotta, plaster board or metal 
lath. 

WOOD FIBRE PLASTERS. 

"Beaver "-"Thistle "-Light, tough, elastic plasters of greater bulk, espe- 
cial!}^ adapted to securing the most satisfactory results with one coat 
work. More strength with less weight. The most suitable of 
all plasters for use on plaster board. 



CONCRETE PLASTER. 

"Crown" — For plastering directly on the concrete. 
plaster for interior concrete walls and ceilings. 



The most adhesive 



FINISHES. 

" Pearl "-A prepared White Finishing Coat ready for use with the 
addition of water alone. Takes the place of lime and Plaster of Paris 
mixtures and the incidental bother, delay and chance of defective work. 

"Crow^n A\'hite"-A hard, white, ready-to-use Trowel Finish for the 
highest grade of work on walls and ceilings. Especially adapted to 
imitation tile work in l^ath rooms. Non-staining. Extremely dense 
and smooth. A most satisfactory substitute for Keene's Cement. 



Plaster Paris and Finishing Plaster. 



strength— durability — FINENESS — colour 

UNIFORM QUALITY. 



Further information in the way of specifications and other data will be 
gladly forwarded to anyone interested. We are especially desirous 
that architects, builders, and contractors become acquainted with the 
quality of our products. 



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WATERPROOFING COMPOUND 



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STINSON-REEB BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., LIMITED 



STINSON-REEB BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., LLMITED 

Eastern Townships Bank Building, 
MONTREAL, QUEBEC. 



PRODUCT 



METHOD 
OF USE. 



"MEDUSA" WATERPROOFING COMPOUND. A dry powder to be thor- 
oughly mixed dry with dry cement before sand and water are added, thus becoming 
an inseparable part of the concrete and rendering it impervious to water. It does not 
affect strength, setting or colour of Portland Cement. 

For most purposes from one to two per cent, of the weight of cement used will 
be found sufBcient. This is equivalent to from 3V2 to 7 lbs. Aledusa to one barrel 
of cement. Much depends on the proportion of sand, etc., employed, and on the kind 
of work done. For cisterns and reservoir linings, etc., which must be absolutely im- 
pervious, a larger amount should be used. Mixing is of the utmost importance. 





No, 2 Grain Elevator — Montreal Harbour Commissiumers. 



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Medusa "Waterproofing was used throughout the entire construction. 
This IS one of the large!^t reinforced concrete elevators in thu world. About 
thirty thousand puunds of Medusa Waterproofirtg was usL-d in tht work. 



SwiMMtNG Pool. V'.M.CA., Port ARTrErs, (»nt 
"Medi'Sa" used for \\"ateri>rooiin(;. 



CANADIAN INSPECTION AND TESTING LABORATORIES. 



The Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Company, Limited, 

loth Floor Hastcrn Townships Bank Building, Montreal. E^.Q. 



Caxadlan Express BirrLDixc, Muntreal, December lotK, lyij 



RE "MEDUSA" WATERPROOFING COMPOL'iVD. 
Dear Sirs, — 

Following your iniitructians. we have made the following tests with: — 

"A" — "'Medusa^' Waterproofing Compound, manufactured by the Manitoba Gypsum Company, Limited. Winnipeg, Man. 
"B"^"Medusa" Waterproolin^ Compound, manufacturerl by the :>andusky Portland Cement Company. Sandusky, Ohio. 
"C" — "Medusa"* Water proolin£ Compound, manufactured by t.he ^linsoa-Reeb Builders" Supply Company, Limited, Montreal, P.Q. 

SOUNDNESS AND SETTIXG. 

These tests were made according to the specifications of the Canadian Society of Civil Enfi:ineers, usin^ one and two p^r cent, each of the above-named compound anil 
neat cement without compound for comparison. j\ll these tests were satisfiictory, showing no falling off in soundness and setting. 



TENSILE TEST. 

Made according to Canadian Society of Civil Engineers* Specifications, using one and a half per cent, each of the compound with neat cement, 
below, show no appreciable effect on the strength of the cement. 

Briquettes, one cement to three of standard sand^ with i'^ P^r cent. "Medusa" Waterproofing. 



The results, as tabulated 



Without 
Waterproofing. 

245 
24S 

256 



TENSILE TEST AT 7 DAYS, 



TRXSILE TEST AT 28 DAYS. 



"A" 

250 

241 

239 



240 



Average, 
249 



Average, 
243 



Average. 
243 



239 

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A verage, 

244 



Without 
Waterproofin g. 

375 

34S 
360 



"A" 

355 

367 
362 



Average. 
361 



Average. 
361 



350 
373 

354 

Average. 
359 



354 

360 

Average. 
35S 



ABSORPTIOX AXD PERCOLATION. 

Tests were made \vith Permeability Testing Apparatus, as supplied by the Humboldt Conripany, under city w^ter pressure of an average of 45 lbs. per square inch, using 
briquettes of one of cement to thrt^e of standard sand, containmfj one and two per cent, each of "Medusa" Waterproofing Compoundn These briQuettes, ai'ter maturing, some 
for 7 days and some for 28 days, were subjected to water under pressure, as stated above, of 4s lbs. per square inch. The briquettes were weighed before and after tests. No 
water percolated through the briquettes, and, when broken, the briquettes did not show any penetration of the water, the increase in weight of the briquettes bein^ practically 
nil. showing that the briquettes had not absorbed any water and that the waterproofing effect of the Compound was very effective. 

Concrete blocks, with an aj^gregate of i cement. 2 sand and 4 crushed stone of ?%i-in- size, with an addition of r and 2 per cent, of the " Medusa*' Waterproofing Compound 
manufactured by the Stinson-Reeb Builders' Supply Company, Limited, were made and subjected to a water pressure of 45 lbs. per square inch for 24 hours. This te^E was 
made on blocks which had matured for 28 days. These blocks did not show any increase in weight after this test. Upon being crushed, they broke at an average pressure of 
2.164 If^s. per square inch, superficial area, and showed no sign of the water penetrating the concrete, the waterproofing being thoroughly effective. 

In conclusion, we art pleased to state that the addition to concrete of " Medusa" Waterproofing Corapoutid has no deleterious effect, and the waterproofing of the con- 
crete — ^if the compound is thorouiihty mixed with the cement — is very complete. 

Yours very truly, 

CANADIAN INSPECTION AND TESTING LABORATORIES, LIMITED, 

By Dr. G. Hehlitschekv, Director of Cement Laboratories, 



DOMINION GYPSUM CO. LT'D. 



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Manufacturers of 
"PEERLESS" BRANDS OF CEMENT WALL PLASTER 



General Office and Mill 
Winnipeg, Man. 



Quarries : 
Gypsumville, Man 



PRODUCTS. 



WCJOD-J'IliRlv 



HARD-WALL. 



HARD-WALL, 

fXPIBRHD. 

n'ORY 
I-TNISH. 

PREPARED 
FINISH. 

GROUNDS. 



WOOD LATH 



SPRAYING. 

SAND. 
PLASTER- 
CATALOGUE 



"Peerless" Wood-Fibre Plaster. — Light of weight and a non-conductor of 
heat, sound and electricity on account of the shredded wood included. 



Peerless" Hard-Wall Plaster. ^Noted for its covering quality and for its 
resistance to hard usage. 

"Peerless" Hard- Wall Plaster, Unfibred. — Can be used as a finishing 
coat, but is particularly adapted for Carpet Float or Sand Finish. 

"Peerless" Ivory Finish. — When mixed with lime putty makes a beautiful 
finishing coat. 

"Peerless" Prepared Finish. — Requires no Hme and is ready to use when 
mixed with water. 



"Peerless" Plaster of Paris 

grade selected Gypsum rock. 

"Peerless" Asbestos Plaster. 



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ARCHITECTS' SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE USE OF "PEERLESS" 

BRANDS OF CIvMENT WALL PLAvSTER. 

Mixed in proportion of one of plaster to one and a half of sand, will reciuue 
ten to eleven liundred pounds of plaster to cover loo square yards on wood or 
metal lath. On terra cotta or brick walls, nine hundred ]x>unds will cover loo 
square yards. 

Mixed in jjroportion of one of plaster to two of sand, will require eight to nine 
hundred jxmnds of plaster to cover loo square yards on wood or metal lath. On 
terra coUa or brick, inerease the proportion to three parts sand to one part plaster 
and the covering cajjacity will be proportionately greater. 

IMixed in proportion of one of plaster to one of sand, when used for Carpet 
IHoat or Sand Finish, will require 200 jiounds of plaster to cover 100 square yards. 

Mixed in proportion of one of Finish to two of lime putty for trowel finish, will 
require about k>o pounds of Finish to cover 100 square yards. 

Wlien mixed with water, is ready to use and requires no lime. Four hundred 
pounds of Finish will cover 100 square yards. 

For Wood Lath; to be 5-8 in. to ^ in., preferably li in. 
On Brick or Tile: }4 in. 

On Wire Lath or Expanded Metal: M" in. over face of lath. 
On Plaster Board; 3-8 in. 

No. 1 white pine or spruce, free from black knots, sap or bark, spaced one-quarter 
inch apart, also end spaced the same distance and well nailed. Green or half-green 
lath preferable. If lath are dry, thoroughly soak them three or four lujurs before 
usmg. 

All porous backing, including lath, tile and brick, to be sprayed with water before 
plastering. 

To be clean, sharp sand. 

To be " Peerless" manufactured by the Dominion Gvpsl'm 

COMPAXV Lt d., and to be gauged and applied according to their printed instructions. 
^ With full instructions how to use all Gypsum Products, and particularly 
Peerless Cement Wall Plaster, will be mailed on application. 



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INTERNATIONAL \'ARNISH CO., LIMITED 



TORONTO. 



WINNIPEG. 



Canadian Factory of 

STANDARD \''ARNISH WORKS: New York, Chicago, London, Berlin, Brussels. 



PRODUCTS. 



"ELASTICA" 

No. I. 



"ELASTICA" 
No. 2. 



"ELASTICA" 
FLOOR FINISH. 



"FLATTINE" 
CABINET 
FINISH. 



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SATINETTE 

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SATINETTE" 
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WHITE ENAMEL 

(Flat). 

KLEARTONE" 
OIL STAINS. 



"KLEARTONE" 
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KLEARTONE" 
ACID STAINS. 



CATALOGUE. 



ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES and STAINS: "Elastica" No. i (Exterior), "Elastica" No. 2 
(Interior), "Elastica" Floor Finish, "Flattine" Cabinet Finish, "Kleartone" Flat Varnish, "Satinette" 
White Enamel, "Kleartone" Stains— Oil, Spirit, Acids. 

For Exterior WoRK.^For finishing front doors and all classes of housework exposed to the weather, 
where greatest durability is requisite. Dries free from dust in ten to twelve hours, and hardens suffi- 
cieiitly in about live days to admit of being rubbed. Possesses the maxim.um elasticity attainable in any 
finish or \'arnish. Produces a beautiful lustre o\-er natural, painted or grained woods, which may be 
cut down with pumice stone and water to a dull finish. Does not scratch or mar white, and resists 
atmospheric influences better than any other varnish or finish in use for the purpose. 

For Interior Work. — Extreme paleness and durability are distinguishing features of this varnish. 
It works with surprising freedom, covers the maximum surface area, and produces a brilhant, permanent 
finish. Dries free from dust in seven to nine hours and to rub perfectlv in three to four days. Can 
be cut down with pumice stone and water to a dull finish. Can also be given a brilliant piano polish. 

Especially recommended and adapted for finest trim work in palatial residences, fine bank, office 
and hotel buildings, and wherever the finish is required to be the very best possible. 

Combines quick and hard drying properties without sacrificing elasticity or durability, and pro- 
tects the wood under severest wear and washing. Does not mar, scratch white or spot. Works easily; 
dries dust free in four to six hours, hardens over night and can be rubbed. On painted or old floors, 
hnoleum or oil cloth, one coat is sufficient. Remove ah grease and dirt from floors before applying. 
Reduce with turpentine when necessary. 

For Flat or Water Rubbed Effect.— Works with great freedom and surfaces well. Produces 
an even and full dead or flat finish without rubbing. Dries bone hard over night and is exceedingly 
tough and durable. Contains no wax and is the only perfect dead varnish. Two coats produce a rubbed 
effect finish on new work; one coat only is required for old work. 

Dries with a flat or rubbed effect. Contains no wax or pigment. Does not need stirring. Dries 
hard over night and is exceedingly tough and durable. 

It is waterproof, and, unlike most flat varnishes, can be used over mahogany or mahogany-stained 
surfaces without clouding same. 

The perfection of white enamel. Works freely under the brush; is quick drying, combining elas- 
ticity, hardness and durability; does not turn yellow. Is extremely durable. If too heavy on account 
of having become chihed, place in a pail of hot water for a short time, and, if in consequence of evapora- 
tion, reduce a trifle with spirits turpentine. 

An important feature of our "Satinette" Enamel is that, owing to its specialized manufacture, it is 
adaptable for either Exterior or Interior use, and gives equally successful results. 

Produces a durable and smooth flat white enamel finish. Works freety under the brush, hardens 
quickly, and does not turn yellow. Intended for the final coat over a surface properly prepared. If 
too heavy on account of having become chilled, place in a pail of hot water for a short time, and, if in 
consequence of evaporation, reduce a trifle with spirits turpentine. 

Olive Green, Sage Green, Early English, Dark Brown, Light Brown, Walnut, Light Oak, Dark 
Oak, Weathered Oak, Tuna Mahogany, Dark Mahogany, Light Mahogany, Cherry-. "Kleartone" Oil 
Stains have been brought to a high degree of perfection, developing and enhancing the beauty of the 
wood ovei; which they are applied. They are uniform in shade, are easily applied, and will not affect 
the drying of succeeding varnish coats. 

Dark Mahogany, Light Mahogany- "Kleartone" Spirit Stains, which are specially designed for 
use on mahogany, produce eflPects that no other maker has hitherto been able to accomplish. For 
depth, clearness and tone they are unparalleled, and are highly commended by the leading painters and 
decorators. 

Silver Gray for Oak and Maple; Light and Dark Mahogany for Birch, where surfaces exposed to 
the sun and weather; Light and Dark Fumed and Holland Blue for Oak. "Kleartone" Acid Stains 
are not injurious to the wood, and beautiful effects are secured by following our specifications. 

The following pages show actual photographic reproductions and results obtained on dilTerent kinds 
of wood treated with "Kleartone" Stains. The accompanying description indicates the manner of 
finishing. Where samples of these stains on specific woods are desired, they will be furnished on request, 
or should the architect desire a particular finish not illustrated in the following panels, we shall be glad 
to submit special samples, with specifications, thus assisting the architect in obtaining the desired finish. 



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WEATHERED OAK, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 

On (A) Yellow Pine, (B) Quartered Oak, (C) Cypress. 

The Stain was brushed on tlie unfilled wood and aUo^ved twelve hours to 
dry. Thi? was Tollowtd with one coat Kleartone White Shellac and two coats 
Flaltine Cabinet FinisK. 



EARLY ENGLISH, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 

On (D) Yellow Pine, (Ej Quartered Oak, fpj Cypress. 

The Stain was brushed on the unfilled wood and allowed twelve hours to 
drv. This was followed with one coat Kleartone White Shellac and two cOats 
Flattine Cabinet Finish. 



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SAGE GREEN, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 
On (A) Yellow Pine, (B) Quartered Oak, CC) Cypress. 

The Stain was hrr,shcd on the unfilled wood and allowed twelve hours to 
dry. This was followed with one coat Klcartoaie \\'hiLe Shellac and two coats 
FlaLLine Cabinet Finish. 



OLIVE GREEN, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 

On {D} Yellow Pine, [Ej Quartered Oak, {F) Cypress. 

The Stain was brushed on the tinfilled wood and allowed lutlvc hours 
to dry. This M'as followed with one coat Kk'srlone White Shellac and two 
coats Flattine Cabinet Finish. 



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KLEARTONE ACID STAINS. 

Silver Gray on (A^ Bird's-Eye-Maple, fB^ Qu^irtered Oak. 

The Stain was brusheU on th<: unfiJktJ wood and allowed twelve hours to 
dry. This was followed with one coat Kleartone Silver Gray Coater and two 
coats Flattine Cabinet Finish, 

Holland Blue on (C) Quartered Oak- 
Finished with one coat Holland Blue Kleartone Acid Stain, one coat 
Kleartone White Shellac, filled with whUe paste filler. Second cout Klvartone 
White Shellac, two coats White Polishing Varnish, Last coat rubbed. 



KLEARTONE ACID STAINS- 
CD) Dark Fumed Oak, and [E) Light Fumed Oak on Qu:irtered Oak. 

The Stains were brushed on the unfilleti wood and aliowed twelve hours 
to dry. This was followed with one coat Kleartone White Shellac ami two 
coats Flattine Cabinet Finish, 

English Oak <Fj Kleartone Oil Stain on Quartered Oak. 

The Stain was brushed on the iintil[i:d wood and allowtd twelve hours to 
dry. Ttiis was followed with one coat Kl^JDrtone White Shellac and t^vo coats 
Flattine Cabinet Finish. 



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Dark Forest Green on i.A^ Quartered Oak, cBi Yellow Pine, 

Flemish Oat on iC) Quartered Oak. 

Thi' Stain "'.Ts brushed oii the unfilled wood and allowed twelve liours lo 
dry. This was followed with one coat IClcartono While Shellac and two coats 
Flattine Cabinet Finish. 



KLEARTONE OIL STAINS. 
(D) Bog Oak on Quartered Oak, {E) Pollard Oak on Quartered Oak* 

The Stains were brushed on tht unfilliid wood and al^owf^ci twelve hours to 
dry. This was followed with one coat Klearloue Whht: Shellac and two coatb 
P'^lattiiic Cabinet Finish- 
Extra Dark Mahogany Acid Stain on (Fj Birch. 

One coaL Extra Dark Mahoj^auy Klcartone Acid Stain, one coat Klcar- 
tone Mahogany Coatcr. two coats Elaslica No. 2. Last coat rubbed. 

Note.— Use Kleartonc Mahogany Coater over KleattOne Mahogany 
Stain';- as the Coater enriches thu' colour of the Stain and prevents fading. 
On Birch always nse Klcartone Mahogany Acid Stain. 






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WALNUT, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 
On (A) Yellow Pine, iBj Birch, (C) Cypress, 

Tlic Stain was brushed on the untilled wood and allowed twelve hours to 
dry. This was followefi \%'itU one coat Kleartonc Orange Shellac and two 
coats Flattine Cabinet Finish. 



KLEARTONE OIL STAINS, 

Cherry (J» on Yellow Pine- — One coat Cherry Kkartone Oil Stam. one 
coat Kltartone White Shellac, two coats Elaslica No. 2. Last coat rubbed. 

Golden Oak (El on Quartered Oak. — One coat Golden Oak Kleartone 
Oil btain. one coat Kleartont Orange Shellac, filled with Dark Antique Filler, 
two coats Elastica No. 2, Last coat rubbed. 

Golden Oak (F) on Yellow Pane, — One coat Golden Oak Klearione Oil 
Stain, one coat Kleartone Orange Shellac, two coats EClasUca No. 2. Last 
coat rubbed. 



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LIGHT MAHOGANY, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 

On lA Yellow Pine, Ci Cypress. 

Firishcd wiih one coat Light Mabogany Kkanonc Oil Stain, one coat 
Klcartone Mabogany Coattr, and two coals Elasiica No 2, La?l coaf rubbed 

IIGHT MAHOGANY, KLEARTONE ACID STAIN ON B BIRCH. 

One coat Light Mahogany K_learlonc Add Stiiin, one coat Kk-artone 
Mjljo^rany CoatcT, and two coats of Ela^iica Xo, 2. Last coal rubbtd. 

XOTH- — ^Vsc Kltarlonc Maliogany Coater over Klvariom.- Mahog:any 
Slnin*;, as Hit- Coaler <"Mriches the colour of tht Stain and prevents fading. 
On IJlrcU always ust tCli^artone Maho^iany Acid Slain- 



DARK MAHOGANY, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 
Oa iDj Yellow Pine, (F) Cypress. 

riiiished with one coat Dark Mahogany Klearionc- Oi! Stain, one coat 
Klcarlont Mahogany Coalt-r, and iwo coats Blastica No. 2- Last coal rubbed, 

DARK MAHOGANY, KLEARTONE ACID STAIN ON HE) BIRCH. 

One coat o( Dark Mahogany Kleartont? Acid Stain, one coal of Klear- 
lone Mahogany Coaler, and two coats of Ulasiica Xo. 2. Last coat rubbed, 

NoTE.^Lsc Klearlone Mahogany Coaler over Klearione Mahofiany 
Stains, as the Coater enriches the colour of ihe Slain and prevents fading. 
On Birch alwiys uSe KlearLooe Mahogany Acid Slain. 



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LIGHT OAK, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN, 

On (A) Yellow Pine, (B) Quartered Oak. fC) Cypress. 

The Stain was bnislitd on Ihe iinfiUefl wood and allowed twelve hours to 
dry. This was followed with one coat KlearLonc Orange Shelliic and two coats 
Flattine Cabinet Finish. 



DA]RK OAK. KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 

On CD) Yellow Pine, (E^ Quartered Oak, (F) Cypress. 

Tlie Stain was brushed on the unfilled ^vood and allowed twelve hours to 
dry. This was followed with oi;e cojlL Kleartone Orange Shellac and tsvo coats 
Flattino Cabinet Finish.. 



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LIGHT BROWN. KLEARTOrfE OIL STAIN. 

On ',A,i YeUow Pine, B. Birch, (Cj C3'press- 

Tlie Slain was hnishcd on tht- unfiUttl wood and a!lowec3 twelve hoiir^ to 
dry. Tlii* %vas folluwt-d \^'iLU out coaL KlcartODc Orange ShtHac and two 
coals Fbtline Cabintl Finish. 



DARK BROWN, KLEARTONE OIL STAIN. 

On CD) Yellow Pine, E* Birch, (F> CypresB. 

The Stain vas hruslicd on the iiTifilled wood and allorttd tw^-lvf^ hoiir?^ lo 
dry. Tliis was foUowed with one coal KJiearlone White Sh(;Uac and Iwo coals 
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PINCHIN, JOHNSON & CO. (Canada), LIMITED 




PINCHIN, JOHNSON & CO. (Canada), LIMITED 

Manufacturers of the Famous British Brands 
Minerva Paints and Paint Specialties, Varnishes, Etc. 



Factories: 



TORONTO, CANADA 



LONDON, ENG. 




ESTABLISHED 1 834 



PRODUCTS. 



MINERVA PURE 
READY PREPARED 
PAINT, 



MINERVA 
GALVANIZED IRON 
PRIMER. 



We manufacture a complete line of PAINTS and PAINT SPECIALTIES, WOOD FILLERS, ENAMELS and 
VARNISHES, under the supervision of Practical and Technical Experts. ALL CANS CONTAIN FULL IMPERIAL 
MEASURE. 

Specific information in regard to our products, descriptive books, colour cards and samples ^vill be furnished on appli- 
cation. Our line is extensive, covering all protective and decorative requirements, and each article is of the superior 
quality that ^Yill permit the architect to specify Minerva Brand with confidence. 

For Exterior and Interior M^oitK. Made in 48 shades, exclusive of Outside, Inside and Flat White, Exterior 
and Interior Black, and Light and Dark Primer. Combines in correct proportions: Pure White Lead, Pure Oxide of 
Zinc. Pure Linseed Oil. Pure American Turpentine, and sufficient Pure Dryer to insure best results. 

Outside White. A better white paint for outside use and all exposed surfaces cannot be made- It is the most 
durable and economical white painting material for exterior woodwork on the market. After being thoroughly stirred, it 
is ready for application. 

Inside White. Made exclusively for interior use.' Is durable, economical, and produces an exceptionally white oil 
gloss finish that can be washed. 

A FiRST-COATER FOR GALVANIZED Iron Work, Owing to the surface of Galvanised Iron, it requires special treatment 
in order to prevent subsequent coats from coming off. By the use of IMiner^-a Galvanised Iron Primer this is overcome. 
The Primer is applied directly to the metal surface and over it can be applied Paint in any colour. 



MINERVA GRAPHITE For Iron and Steel Surfaces. A composition of pure inert Graphite and Linseed Oil. It prevents rust and is un- 

PAINTS- affected by gases and is heat-resisting, owing to the elastic qualities. It is the most suitable, economical and durable 

coating for structural iron work, bridges, elevators, smokestacks, and metal work of all kinds. 



MINERVA ENAMEL. 



An Enamel of exceptional merit, unsurpassed for covering capacity and fullness, which can always he relied upon, 
^lade in 52 shades, exclusive of Exterior, Interior, and Flat White, so that any scheme of decoration can be carried out 
with materials of assured quality. 



MINERVA SCHOOL 
BOARD SLATING, 

FRESCONETTE. 



A Superior Material for Making and Refinishing Blackboards. 
and "will not crack or chip off. Made in two shades — Black and Green- 



It produces a non-oily surface, is very duratile, 



A Washable Flat Wall Finish, durable and sanitary, for use in homes, hospitals, and public buildings. Designed to 
replace the unsatisfactory and unsanitary wall coatings heretofore used. 

While Minerva FRESCONETTE dries with a perfectly flat finish, it is still an oil paint, which produces a non- 
absorbent, permanent sanitary surface that can be repeatedly washed with soap and water, and repainted at any time 
without the necessity of removing the old coating. 

Minerva FRESCONETTE can be used on walls of rough, smooth or sand finish, plaster, woodwork, metal, con- 
crete or cement. It can also be used over burlap or wall paper. It is made in 16 pleasing shades, from which combina- 
tions can be made suitable for any scheme of decoration, and where a more elalDorate scheme of decoration is desired 
other than the mere distinction between frieze, wall and ceiling, any floral or geometrical design can be applied by using 
the different shades as fresco colours. 



SPECIP'ICATIONS- 



\TiON, — Stir Mincrv^ii FRESCONETTE thoroughly from the bottom of the can to a unilorm consistency, which shoulu 
If thinning is necessary, use Pure Spirits of Turpentine only — do not use Benzine. Apply with u gooU, broad, Hat 



MINERVA ART 
AND CRAFT 
STAINS. 

MINERVA 
SHINGLE STAIN 



Method ok Application. 
be that of thick cream- 
brush, and do not tinish with vertical or lengthwise strokes, but with cross hatching. 

Covering Capacity, — One gallon of Minerva FRESCONETTE will cover approximately 360 sq. ft., two coats to the callun. or 200 sq. ft. 
on rough plaster. This depends, of course, upon the condition of the surf^ice over which it is applied. 

New Oft Old Plastered Walls and Ceilings. — The surface must be clean and free from ^jrease and dirt: loose paint or paper removed. 
Sandpaper all lumps and rou^chness to a smooth, even surfact.-; All all cracks and holes flush and even. Then apply Minerva FRE5CONKTTI; 
Wall Size tinted with the desired shade of Minerva FRESCONETTE. using thret quarts of Minerva FRli.SCON^ETTE Wall Size to one quart 
of Minerva FRESCONETTE. Should any spots be visible after this first or priming coat becomes thoroii;rhly dry, which usually takes from 
24 to 48 hours, depending upon the condition of the surface, it is advisable to give these spots another coat of priming. Then, when the priminj^ 
is thoroughly dry^ apply two coats of Minerva FRESCONETTE. alloM-infiat least 4b hours between coats. Two coats of Mlnervii FRESCONETTE 
over the priming coat will produce excellent results, but in some cases a third coat is advisable. 

Cement. Con-crSTE or Burlap —Should first be treated with Minerva FRESCONETTE Wall She. tinted with Alinervii FRESCONETTE 
of the desired shade, then follow specifications given for finishing on new or old plastered walls and ceiling;^, 

New WooDWORic.^Coat a!! knots and pitchv spots with Shellac; then use one quart each of Raw Linseed Oil and Ptire Spirits of Turpentine 
and one-half pint of Light Japan Dryer to each ji^allon of Minerva FRESCONETTE for the firit or priming coat: then apply two coats of Minerva 
FREtiCONETTE. as it comes, from the can, allowing each coat +8 hours for drying' before succeeding coat is applied. Sandpaper hghtly between 
coats with No, oa sandpaper. 

Old Woodwork. — Clean the surface thoroughly. Sandpaper old paint to a smooth, even surface, removing all loose paint; then apply two 
coats of Minerva FRESCONETTE, allowing each coat 4S hours for drying before succecdin^'^ coat is applied. Sandpaper lig:htly between coats 
with No. 00 sandpaper. 

Application over Old Wall Paper. — When the surface is in good condition, :m'0 coats of Minerva FRESCONETTE applied over wall 
paper will produce a pleasing and handsome effect For the first coat, thin Minerva FRESCONETTE with one quart of Pure Spirits of Turpen- 
tine to each i^allon of Minerva FRESCONETTE, apply and let dry for 4S hours: then apply the second coat and flow it on fredy. 

Penetrating Stains that produce rich and lustrous effects, unsurpassed for beauty and truth of tone. By their use 
any depth of tone of any kind of wood can be faithfuliy reproduced. Sampie panels and complete specifications fur- 
nished on request. 

A Creosote Stain for use on shingles. It is a perfect wood preservative. It penetrates deeply itito the surface. 
Economy, durabiHty, and permanency of shade are the chief characteristics of this product. 



STRUCTURAL WATER- 
PROOFING COMPOUNDS- 



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SAMUEL CABOT, IXC. 

MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS, 
BOSTON, MASS.. U.S.A. 

Canadian Agencies: 

MONTREAL— Seymour & Co., i3vSt. John Street. HALIFAX— Frank A. Gillis & Co. 

CALGARY &ED]\IONTON~Canadian Equipment & Supply Co. QUEBEC—Arthur Laurent. 
TORONTO— The Andrew Muirhead Co., 82 Bay Street. VANCOUVER— Henry Darling, 

OTTAWA— L. S. Macoun, Central Chambers. WINNIPEG— Braid & McCurdy. 

SASKATOON— Saskatchewan Supply Co. 

PRODUCTS. Inventors and sole manufacturers of Cabot's "CREOSOTE" Shingle Stains, 

Sheathing and Deadening "GUILT," "CONSERVO" Wood Preservative^ 
Waterproof Brick and Cement Stains, Damp-proofings, Protective Paint, etc. 

The Cabot Stains are the original Creosote Stains invented by Samuel Cabot over 
iwenty-five years ago, and the beauty and variety of their soft, artistic colouring effects 
has made the wide vogue of the shingled house possible. They have been used all over 
the world, and are acknowledged to be "the standard shingle stains. " 

They are beautiful, durable, preservative and economical, and are the only genuine 
Creosote Wood-preserving Stains. 

The Stains are sold ready for use, and no thinning or adulteration should be per- 
mitted. The shingles can be dipped before laying, or the Stain can be apphed with a 
brush after laying. Dipping more thoroughly preserves the shingles and prevents 
unstained wood from showing, if the shingles shrink after laying. Brush coating takes 
less stainbut more labour. The colouring effect is about the same in either case. If 
applied with a brush, two coats should always be used, because one coat is not a thorough 
job in any material. After dipping, a brush coat on the laid shingles is worth while, 
as it takes but Httle stain, covers any raw spots, and adds to the durability. 

Stirring.— The Stains should be kept thoroughly stirred, and should be applied 
to dr}' wood to insure uniform and durable results. 

One gallon to 100 sq. ft., two brush coats; 2>^ to 2^ wine gallons to 1,000 shingles 
dipped two-thirds; 3 gallons for dipping and afterwards brush coating. 
SPECIFICATION Specify "Cabot's 'Creosote' vShingle vStains. in original packages bearing Cabot's 
FOR SHINGLE trade mark. Colour to be selected by architect or owner." State whether shingles 

are to be dipped or brush coated, or both. 

Samples on shingle cedar, showing all the regular colours, will be sent on request. 

PURPOSES. — For heat insulation in dwellings, cold stores, ice houses and all 
buildings where uniform temperature is desired, and for deadening sound in school- 
houses, flats, hotels, hospitals, lodges, etc. 

''QUILT " is a scientific non-conductor 
of both heat and sound. It consists of a mat- 
ting of cured eel-grass ( Zostera Marina ) stitched 
between two layers of remarkably strong Kraft 
paper. The long ribbon-like fibres of eel-grass 
cross each other at every angle, and form within 
each layer of "Quilt" innumerable minute cells 
of "dead" air. making a soft, elastic cushion 
which is a wonderfuhy effective non-conductor. 
It is therefore not a mere felt or paper, but has 
a structure like a bird's plumage, that is, 
first a layer of matter, then a layer of dead 
air. These dead-air cehs prevent the trans- 
mission of heat, and they break up and absorb 
sound-waves. One layer of "Quilt" is equal 
to more than forty of the cheap building 
papers. 

"Quilt" can be applied in any way that 
felt or paper can, but a few methods are shown 
in these drawings: Figs, i and 3 show methods 

of heat insulation m dwelHngs, etc. Figs. 2, 4 and 5 show methods of sound-deaden- 
mg in partitions and floors. 



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SAMPLES. 

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ud'Studdins. 6fr-Boards. ^r-'Quilt." (/-Shingles. ff-Plasttn 
/-Laths. gg-Furring Strips, h /^-Fioor Timbers. 
f-First Flooring. A-Finash Flooring. 



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WHY EEL-GRASS?— *' Quilt" is made of eel-grass because that substance more 
perfectly meets the requirements than any other known, (i) It has a long, flat fibre, 
and when felted, as we use it, 
these ribbons form the succes- 
sive air-spaces which give 
"Quilt" its chief power, and 
which would be impossible 
with a round fibre; (2) Eel- 
grass is indestructible by de- 
cay,* and because of its saline 
origin and percentage of Iodine 
is repeUent to insects and ver- 
min; (3) It will not burn, as 
it is composed of Silicon in 
place of the Carbon of plants 
that grow in the air, and is 
therefore an efficient fire-re- 
tardant; (4J It is very tough 
and never loses its elasticity. 





WATERPROOF 

CEMENT 
STAINS. 



Old PiERt:E House, Dorchk^iTEr, Mass. 
Built aboui 1635 

*Tht walls of the old Pierce House. Dor- 
chester, Mass., wtrtt stuffed with ccI-ki^^?* 
wht;n the house was built, about [635, iiruJ 
the gra^5 is still in a pLrftct stale of prcacrva- 
tinn. W'l- have a sample of this jvo-year-old 
eel-i^rass iu our office .as here shown. 












|TAe-SIMll.U OF I.Ablil, t»N miTTlJ! SIIUWN 

AbUVH. 



These vStains enter and seal 
the pores of cement, plaster 
or concrete, making them 
rain-proof, and producing beautiful colouring effects without weakening;- the cement. 
They sink into the surface, and form no skin, so that they cannot chalk, crack or peel 
like paints and other coatings. Being transparent, they show the variations of texture, 
tone and density of the concrete almost as perfectly as in its uncoloured state. 

Made in ten regular colours — Moss Green, Red. Brown, (»ray, Cream, While, Ivory 
White, Italian Pink, Lichen Green and Light Fawn; also Coloiirless — but practically 
any shade can be produced. One gallon covers from 100 to 250 square feet two coats, 
depending upon the surface. 



WATERPROOF 
BRICK STAINS 



"CONvSERVO" 
WOOD 
PRESERVA- 
TIVE. 



For colouring and waterproohng brickwork these Stains are vustl} superior to 
paint, from either the artistic or practical standpoint. I'or evening up olT-colourcd 
and mis-matched brick, or restoring the colour of old, faded and discoloured walls, 
they are unequalled. 

They sink into the pores leaving the "matte" surface and texture of the brick 
unchanged, and they cannot crack, peel off. or grow shabljy, as any surface coating, 
like paint, does. They make the brickwork permanently rain-proof, and the colours 
wear as long as any colours can, and are easily renewed. One gallon covers about 
200 square feet, two coats, on the average brick. 

COLOURS.— Light and Dark Brick-Red, Terra-Cotta, Brown, Cream, and White. 

For preserving all kinds of woodwork from decay, worms and insects, 
At a cost of two or three cents per stick "Conservo" will almost double the life 
of piles, posts, sills, bridge, mine, wharf and dam timbers, and all kinds of planking. It 
is a high-boiling Coal Tar distillate compound, the result of tw^enty-five years of 
experience and research, and is as perfect a preservative as can be made with the 
present knowledge of the subject. It gives a butternut brown tone, and makes an 
excellent interior finish for stables, as it kills foul odours and prevents horses from 



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CABOT'S 
PLASTERBON 
DAMP- 
PROOFING. 

CABOT'S 
STONEBACK 

WATER- 
PROOFING. 

CABOT'S 

PROTECTIVE 
PAINT. 



cribbing. ' 



D A permanent waterproof and adhesive coating for interior brick and concrete 
.walls on which plaster can be laid directly without furring or lathing. It forms a per- 
fect bond between wall and plaster. One gallon covers 80 to 100 square feet, two coats. 

For stone, brick or concrete walls, above or below grade. Prevents staining of 
delicate stone. Elastic and permanent. One gallon covers 80 to 100 square feet, 
two coats. 

A chemically pure pitch paint, thoroughly clarified and refined, which protects 
iron and steel from rust, electrolysis and corrosion. One gallon covers 300 square feet, 
two coats. 



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TECHNICAL PAINTS AND VARNISHES 



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THE "R. L W/* DAMP-RESISTING PAINT COMPANY 

(TOCH BR0THE;RS, new YORK). 

Established 1848. 

Canadian Oi^r'icE: 201-202 Mail Building, Toronto, Ont. 

Canadian Factory; Oakville, Ont. 

Inventors and Manufacturers of 
TECHNICAL PAINTS, VARNISHES, COLOURS, WATERPROOEING 

MATERIALS, Etc. 

Canadian Distributors: 
Black Building Supply Co., Ltd. .Toronto, Ont. People's Building Supply Co., Fort William 



Dartnell, Ltd., Montreal, Que. 
A. R. Pruneau, Quebec, Que. 
Candy & Allison, St. John, N.B. 

Lawerence Hardware Co., Ltd., Halifax. 



The Western Paint Co., Winnipeg, Man. 
Canadian Equipment and Supply Co., Ltd., 

Calgary and Edmonton. 
Carter-Dewar-Crowe Co., Vancouver, B.C. 



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REMEMBER 





I HI' 

ITS HATEffPPOQ F 

I. TT. 



R. I. W."No. 232. 



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R. I. W."No. no. 



r 1 » 



R. I. W 

Marine Cement. 



"R. I. W." 
Insulectric No. 5 

"TOCKOLITH." 



"R. I. W."No. 112, 



R. I. W."No. 49. 



A iion-saponifiable bituminous compound, similar to a liquid gutta-percha, for 
application to the inner surface of exterior brick or terra-cotta walls, on which 
plaster can be directly applied. • "R. I. W\" No. 232 saves the cost of furring and 
lathing, and renders walls to which it is applied vermin-proof, moisture-proof and 
stain-proof. 

For backing marble, granite, limestone, etc., to prevent staining and exclude 
dampness, as it prevents chemical action between the cement and stone. 

For damp-proofing exterior of foundation walls, below grade level; for water- 
proofing between decks of boats, and between floors of railroad cars; for paying 
seams, etc. 

A quick-drying paint for all kinds of electrical insulating— armatures, trans- 
formers, storage batteries, etc. Is also used by traction railroad companies as a 
handrail, fender and trolley pole paint, 

A cement paint, ready for use, for the permanent protection of steel, iron or 
metal against corrosion. "Tockolith" must always be second-coated with one of 
our "R. I. W." Damp-Resisting Paints, Structural Steel or Bridge Paints. 

For the second coat on structural steel— over " Tockohth "— to prevent electro- 
lysis. Also used for painting brine and condenser pipes and interior iron and 
woodwork. 

This paint used over Tockolith, furnishes a perfect protection against the 
action of locomotive gases, acid and other fumes to which railroad bridges and 
viaducts are subjected. Is also an ideal paint for fire escapes, stacks and other 
exposed metal surfaces. 

A cement paint, ready for use, for application to the exterior of brick, stone, 
cement or concrete walls, above grade level, to prevent the penetration of damp- 
ness, and at the same time give the walls a uniform appearance. Is also used on 
the mterior of such walls as a decorative finish, when plaster is omitted. Is made 
m white, also m five standard shades, but can be made to match any colour desired. 
The use to w^hich cement floors are subjected causes fine particles of sihca and 
hme to float through the air and injure merchandise or machinery with which they 
come m contact. We were the first to discover that an organic acid resin (not 
a rosm) applied to cement floors or cement structures combines with the free 
calcmm hydrate and forms a true calcium resinate. Inside of 24 hours this com- 
bmation is complete, and the floor is then treated with another coat of the same 
material containing an inert pigment (Cement Floor Paint). The combined use 
oi these materials will prevent cement floors from dusting up, and at the same 
time render them water-proof and oil-proof. 

_ Is a chemical compound, in powder form, which, when mixed in the propor- 
tion of from 2% to 3% of the amount of Neat Portland Cement used in the con- 
crete or cement mortar, will render cement or concrete construction absolutely 
w^ater-proof. 

We shall be glad to furnish detailed information concerning any of the above-mentioned materials, 
which are manufactured m Canada. Our expert and advisory services are at the command of the trade. 



"LIOUID 
KONKERIT," 



"CEMENT 

FILLER" and 
"CEMENT 

FLOOR 

PAINT." 



''TOXEMENT" 

WATER- 
PROOFING 

CONCRETE. 



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AINTS, ENAMELS, STAINS AND VARNISHES 



131 



LOWE BROTHERS, LIMITED 




LOWE BROTHERS, LIMITED 



PAINT MAKERS, 



VARNISH MAKERS, 




Distributors: 

Lyon-Monkhouse, Limited, 

Winnipeg, Man. 



263-269 SoRAUREN Avenue, 



TORONTO, ONT. 



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Distributors: 

The Johnston Paint and 
Varnish Co., Limited, 

Vancouver, B.C. 



CONCRETE Renders surface impervious to moisture; prevents discoloration. It is alkali- 

AND CEMENT resisting and forms hard-drying coating, to which dust or dirt does not adhere. Four- 
COATING. teen colors. Easily applied and beautifies the building on which it is appHed. 



MELLOTONE 

"Soft as the 
Rainbo-w Tints." 



PUBLICATIONS. 



A flat finish for Interior Decoration of walls, ceilings and woodwork, producing a 
sanitary, washable velvet finish that is restful to the eye and appealing to a refined 
taste. Piaster, Burlap and Wall Board should be primed with Lowe Brothers' vSealcote 
mixed with "Mellotone" in the proportion of three quarts of Sealcote to one or more 
quarts of "Mellotone." Woodwork should be primed with one coat of "High Standard" 
Liquid Paint thinned with turpentine and used according to directions then allowed at 
least forty-eight hours to dry and harden before applying "Mellotone." 

When desired, the finishing coat can be frescoed, picked out in gold, embellished 
in relief or otherwise. Mellotone is made in the following colors: 




IVORY TINT 
69s 




CKEAMTINT 

6l2 



ROSE TIN-T 
610 



BLUE TINT 
611 



GRAY TINT 
661 



GREEN TINT 
613 



OLIVE green: 

615 



D.A.EK GREEN 
616 



Also WHITE 622 




LIGHT TAN 
6ro 



GOLDEN YELLOW 
696 



DARK TAM 
6zo 



BROWN 
61S 



DARK GRAY 

G&2 



NEUTRAL GREEN 
614 



CRIMSON 

5'7 



DELFT BLUE 

6?! 



Also BL.'VCK &33 



"High Standard Paint Specifications" (a. book of forms) — "Hints to Architects" — "Paint and Painting" — "Homes 
Attractive" — "Protective and Preservative Paint" — "Test by Technologists" — Architects' Mellotone Combination Book, 
Descriptive Mellotone Booklet and Common Sense About Interior Booklet; also color cards of each product, g-iving 
details of the best methods of usage. They may be secured upon request. 



JAMES LANGMUIR & CO., LIMITED 



132 SHINGLE STAINS, COLOURS IN OIL, VARNISHES, ENAMELS 



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JAMES LANGMUIR & CO., LIMITED 



Montreal Distributors: 

Dartnell, Limited, 
S Beaver Hall Square. 



Office and Factory: 

OAKYILLE, ONT. 

Toronto Telephone: Parkdale 5176. 

Toronto Representative: 

M. Sinclair, 
47 Pleasant Boulevard. 

Telephone: North 2320. 



Winnipeg Distributors: 

Western Paint Company, 

121 Charlotte Street. 

Vancouver Distributors: 
Johnson Paint & X'^arnish Co., Limited, 



PRODUCTS. 

SHINGLE 

STAINS. 

COLOURS OF 
SHINGLE STAIN 

SPECIFICATION 
FOR SHINGLE 
STAINS. 

COLOURS IN 

OIL AND JAPAN. 

VARNISHES. 



EXTERIOR 

ENAMELS. 

SPECIFICATION 

FOR OUTSIDE 
ENAMELS. 

INSIDE FLAT 
FINISH. 

FLOOR VARNISH, 



FLOOR WAX. 



INTERIOR 

DECORATIVE 
STAINS. 




Residence of 

Mr. K- Record, 

Edmon'Tox- Alta. 



LAXGMUIR'S 
WiLT-o\v GwEEx Shingi.e Stain 

USED ON ROUF. 



Architect, 

K. D. Johnson, 

Kdmonton, Alta, 



We manufacture Shingle Stains, Colours in Oil and Japak, Varnishes, Enamei^s and Floor 
Waxes, 

Years of experience ha\'e demonstrated the fact that the LANGMUIR SHINGLE STAINS are 
non-fading in colour, possess an unsurpassed richness of tone^ and are the best possible preservatives 
and beautiHers of wood- Set of samples and literature on request, 

iNIoss Green, Hedge Green, AVillow Green, Deep Sea Green, Spring Green, Red Cedar (Light), Red 
Cedar (Deep), Seal Brown, Slate, Rich Oak, Mission Finish, Silver Gre}^ Vermilion, Walnut Brown, and 

Russet Brown- 

Shingles to be best grade of B.C. Cedar (or Ontario Cedar, or Pine), well dried, and stained bv 
dipping for two-thirds of their length in LANGMUIR'S SHINGLE STAINS, or if laid before being 
stained two coats must be applied. The head of packages must be removed and the Stain stirred 
thoroughl}' before and during process of work. 

We manufacture a full line of colours in oil and japan for the exacting decorator and painter, which 
are unsurpassed for strength, richness of tone and fineness of grinding. The results obtained by using 
the Langmuir colours are remarkable for clearness of tone and smoothness of hnish. 

We manufacture a complete line of V^arnishes, including Amberine, for both interior and exterior 
finish, Hard Oil and Elastic Oak, and would specially commend the Amberine Varnish, both interior and 
exterior, for particular work and where fine results are desired. 

These Enamels are speciallv made to resist changes in temperature and to withstand the eflfects of 
severe exposure. They are particularly desirable for porches and verandahs. Are free flowing, slow 
setting, and are unsurpassed for whiteness. 

First a priming coat of Langmuir's Pure White Lead; follow this with a second coat of Pure White 
Lead, thinned with equal parts of raw linseed oil and turpentine, adding a small portion of pale drying 
japan; third coat Langmuir's Inside Flat Finish thinned with turpentine only. 

A Lithopone White ground in refined linseed oil and pale japan. Thinned with turpentine, it pro- 
duces a beautiful satin finish. It can be thinned with part oil and part turpentine for gloss finish. Is 
whiter, covers better, is non-poisonous, and for all interior purposes is superior to white lead. 

We manufacture a special \'arnish for floors, under the name of Adamantine Floor Varnish, which 
is remarkable for its wearing properties and hardness. A coat of Langmuir's Adamantine Floor Varnish 
laid over a floor which has been stained, tilled and shellacked, will outwear any other product. 

Our Wax Finish for floors is made to meet the demand for a hard, high lustre finish; this Wax Finish 
is easily applied, sets quickly, and is readily brushed up to a bright surface, which steadily increases in 
hardness and wearing properties. 

We manufacture a line of Interior Decorative Stains to enable the architect to obtain soft har- 
monious colour effects on interior woodwork. Sample sets on application. Colours include Red Browns, 
Yellow Browns. Soft Greens and Asphaltum effects, which are unsurpassed for clearness and richness of 
tone. 



^OOD PRESERVATIVE STAINS, ENAMELS, ETC. 



133 



STURGEONS, LIMITED 



STURGEONS, LIMITED 

TORONTO. 

Agen"Ts with Stocks in 
Haufax, Montreal, Ottawa, Hamilton, Port Arthur, WhnnipEg, Regtna, Calgary. Edmonton, Vancouver 




PARDPA 




"SOLPAR" 
WOOD- 
FINISHING 

PRODUCTS, 



Wood preservative and stain made by Major & Co., Limited, Hull, England. 
Solignum is manufactured from coal tar oil, supplied in reds, greens and browns. 

Covering power: i^i gals, will dip i,ooo shingles. 

I gal. will brush coat 150 sq, feet, 

SpEcn-iCATioNs; Shingles — To be clipped in Snlignum No. . . followed by a brush coat when laid, or lo be brush- 
coated when laid with SoHgnum No, . , , 

Hall" Timber Facia Boards to be given a coat of Sulignum No. . . . before being placed in position, a second 

coat to be given on completion of job. 

For interior finish please write us for specifications. 




House OF 

Mr, Jas, RvRiE, 

Oakville. 

Shingles and Hatr-Timbcr 
treated with Soli^nuni. 

Messrs, Burke, i larwuod 
& White. Architects. 





A TKr.EiMioNE Cross-arm TkUATUn vvlth SouHiSLwi, 

Note how the penetration is all around the sap[>y parts where 
it is most needed. Solij^num takes the points of least resistance 



HrRWASH IIaI.I., TtiKoN'TO. 

Ill I hfst' l>r:.nitiful Ijiiildin^s SnhKinini was 
used Un intcrinr ^tainin^;, Messrs. Spr^niU ^: 
K(»lpli, ArchilecLs. 



Testimonials show- 
ing use of Paripan for 
15 20 years. Further 
specifications on appli- 
cation. 






fflE MORE YOU WASH IT. 
THE BcTTEfitr LOOKS! 




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Washable lacquer Enamel made by Randall Bros., London. I{n,L;land. in 66 dilTercnl 

colours, Glossy and Flat. 

Recommended for 

plaster walls or wood- 
work, inside or outside. 

General Specifica- 
tion for white work, 
for best jobs. 

Two coats Paripan I-^illcr or 
under coat, one coat Paripan 
Flat, one coat of Paripan Gloss 
or Flat. When colour is to be 
used, tint first, second and third 
coats. 



s te^'iACQU ^R EfWria^ 






fttOuTHA-CE ¥*AArt 




This photograph 15 of one of the Toronto General Ho*i- 
pital wards, where Paripan was used on all the plaster walls 
and woodwork. Architects, \Iessrs. Darling & Pearson. 



Because it was Hygienic, Paripan three-coat work was used on Toronto General 
Hospital. 

"Solpar" Woodfiller, Stains, Wax and Varnishes are unequalled. 
Samples of finished wood on application. 

Supplied in fumed, brown, Flemish, weathered oaks ; also brown and red mahogany. 
The outstanding feature of this stain is that the plain Solpar Stain has a beautiful 
finish of itself. 



General Specification: Mission Finish— Apply one coat Solpar Stain, rub after three minutes. 
Wax or Varnish — Apply one coat Solpar Stain (one coat of filler for open grain woodsj, one coat si 



or varnish as desired. 



hellac, then wax 



PRATT & LAMEERT. Inc. 



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VARNISHES 



PRATT 1- L\MBERT, INC. 

Varnish Maters. BRIDGEBrRG. ONTARIO. Office axd Factory. 32 CorRTWRiGHT Street. 



NEW YORK 
LONDOX 



FOREIGN factories; 

BUFFALO 
PARIS 



CHICAGO 
HAMBURG 



PRODUCTS. 



The loUowmg are special \"arTUsh€s for i^KCtal purposes! 

■"or" Floor Varnish, a tmish for every £(oor. 

"3S" Pre^ervatu-e V,\RN"i:?H. for the higfaest grade of inside work. 

Spar Finishing WutNiSH. for exposed or exterior worfc. 



hi 



no" Cabinet \'arntsh. for ^nenil inside work. 



Alcolac, a lirst coater for clo^t-grdined woods- 

Palest Interiok \\\rnlsh. for work over delicate shade:? ot fillers and st^vii:-. 

Hygienic Gloss Finish, for hospctaK schoob and institutions- 

DuLKOTE, an ta\-iable preser\-ati%'e for a dtiU finish without mbtuxig. 

Oil and Acid Stains, in a \-ariet\- of cdoors to produce e\-er}- practical erect known to the finishj^ 

trade- 
Paste Wood Fillers of e\er\- colonr. 

ViTRAUTt, a permanent white enamel for inside and outside work. 
Eog-Skell Vitralite. an egg-shell en.-. — el for a dull enamel finish without ndihiiig. 
P. & L- ExAVET. Un"I>ercoating, for the second and third nndervxKXts otf amnel rnvk. 

WHY TIffiSE SPECIFICATIOXS ARE OF VALUE. 

The sen."ice which any suggested specificatioas can render the architect depends to :i creat extent 
upon Che experience back of such recommendations. 

On the subject of interior ntTTShrng. Pratt ;!e Lavrkrt. Inc., occupy a positkn of unique importance 
and advantage. Xot only are they tvith their European connections, the largest varnish industry in the 
world, and one oi the oldest, but Pratt & Lambert were the first to enter the ^ekioi special architectural 
finishes, and the P. & L. Line has ue\"er been equalled for the beaut)' and varietv of effects possible, or 
the durabflit>- of the finish. 

FREE SAMPLE PANELS .YND SPECIFICATIOX BOOK. 
We would be glad to send you panels showing effects obtainaWe with Piatt S: Lambert Stains, 
Fillers and Varnishes, also copy of oar Specification Book, compiled especially for Architects, 

SIXTY-FIVE YE-ARS' EXPERIENCE AT YOUR DISPOSAL- 
The following speoific-ations, of course, can gi\-e only in a general way the best methods to foBow and 

the possible effects in the di£"en;i-.: k-_T-.is of finishing. WTiene\-er, thextfore. you desire anv particular 
adWce. information or suggestions, do not hesitate to ask us. 

SUGGESTED SPECIl^fCATlOXS. 



On^ ciiiit of Pasce U'ood FHlta- of desired colour. 
Oatf ooat of "6r ' I^oor V^imisfct. 

Otn; ctuc oc E*ract & Lamb-ert Oil Stiin. of t|te 4cstr^ siiac*?, tf it;uii<?il ±^iis£L 

Oae ^jat ci *^6t " Floor V^mish. 
TwTJ ojaDi of Spar Finisiim^ Var:iish- 

Fins LvTERToa Wors — ^S^aititlil — 

Ciie cout (jf E^i^te Wood Filler. 

Oire coat of " AlcoLu:_" 

Tmj coats of " j^ Preservative Vacant. Utft ia ^os^ nibbed dalL or polisted. 

RECjrtAi R.cx OF I>"TEaroK Work — XjiTtraAi, — 

One coat 01 P:t?te Wood fdler. 

Two co&ts of "CLO" CibiatEt VjrnisiL mbbed rh^iT or left in glo^. 

One coat of " AicaLic.'* 

Tiffo coacs jf ^' lEo "" Cobmet Vi^nii^- ^ubboi ouU oc l^ m gto^, 

Oss-Tl>xe Cqlocti Effects — 

One coat of Acid or Oil St^iio. 

Ovt^ acid 5nmi. one coai of pare ^IkOoc Over ofl stana. 01^ coaE of PTiCt A 
Lia^ert Alcoiac 

Tto coats of Pratt 4 t.Amberc " j3" Preservative Tarctstt feft n gioss or 
mlsbed Qr poUfhed. 

One <xut of Pratt 4 L.tmhcrt Fa=ce Wood Filler of che rettuited sbvie. If 
(iesored dcptk of colour camioc be obcuned wtdi the odbured p^s&e wod 
ffller. a coa: oi Prutt 4 L-imben; JloI 5tiiG -'_. , ; b^ app&d bc&jnr the 
ffller, fuilAJwed wttioi dry witii ^ coat of paste *ooll diler of the s 



T«u-ToxE CcLora Effects 



cte 



lYc£C&iji£n^ V; 



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Okie coft&t of Stcellac. 

Octe coaL of P^Lste Wood FuEter. o£ a dS E T e toU : 

One CQUt of i^eUaC- 

Twi> cQftts of P- & L. Palicst Intienor or ^ j* 

^t^iss^ rabted or ipilf l>> iT 

Vote- — T^a-Tomr ^j^rtr ema be 
oiiic etc^ mlr^, amA mx pmbceil ^ 

ttste vmd flfcr of tL 

EiscxiKe, tfce Prxti at li^vBibist Wood Fttii^h ESect N<k r^ 
CS a coat-tnairioc jf" i ^j.t'v '---jma, E^ » i j^l 5 r>h ffc^fc A^lI -^: l - - ' "^-itt 
Lanr^^r: Specui- J-Ti-.:^ Pi^^si Vood FSer. A tb^ ccii: . . . ^...Ja^- 
appC'^M ovti the acid fCim. wtt^i E ap^^fd ttrst- After '.1 - ,-.-— ^^-- 

pTT- iif rfir nnmil ami rla in iiilr i ■ TiniBiifal 1— lai^liiw, im: LM. hau ii - n 

Sreeo^ 

iDOwevis. m 






Tse t^e & J C <Lfettue aiggcstiaiis foe 
coat of ' DuEfcote"" m. ererv case wtii^e "jS 
Tanusti or " cto" Cabmec V^rm^ i& s 

One co«t of kwl m1 v 
iiiir iifViiiilfti 

coftts of YHvaCte EMnet IcEt 

ITarfc. 

ITse coftts of fett^ sBd «3 nsbesd of rtaBiirl (^ 



One cxmt of Eeid Li^d od. 

Two cQ^s of P- dt L. Enamel V 

Ocie or tvoeaats oc E^;g-:5lMlt V 




One or tw* 
One or two 



df \t±r^EteC 
oCVKnAttL 




Over j^rui stain jnd pa:?te wood dU*^, one coat of pure shcflac, two coaC; of 
Ptatt A Lambei:^ jS" Preservative: Vanrnt left in tbe ^ioes> rubbed OC 



Over paste wood ttlt«- only, three cwats of E^tatt A Larnfeert - ^S " 
tive Vamiab. tell: in. fioss. mbbed or polished. 




r be bm^c 



^te Wood Fa!er, 
..--..pwif 



PAINTS AND WATERPROOFING PRODUCTS 



135 



THE STANDARD PAINT CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED 



THE STANDARD PAINT CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED 

52 Victoria Square, 

Sales Offices and Warehouses; MONTREAL. 

Winnipeg. Calgary. 
Vancouver. 



Factory: 

Highlands, Lachine Canal, 
Montreal. 




RtG^5TU»FCL 



PRODUCTS. 



S.P.C. DAMP- ■ 
PROOFING 
PAINT, BLACK 



S.P.C. DAMP- 
PROOFING 
PAINT, CLEAR. 

"IMP" BRAND 

WATERPROOF 

MASONRY 

FINISH. 

"IMP" BRAND 
CEMENT FLOOR 
FILLER AND 
FLOOR FINISH. 

"P. &B."— "S.P.C." 

PRESERVATIVE 

PAINTS. 




"P. & B." 

ELECTRICAL 

COMPOUNDS. 



"P. & B." 
ELECTRICAL 
INSULATING 
VARNISHES. 



MEMBRANE 
FABRICS. 



INTEGRAL 
COMPOUND-^ 

IMPERVITE. 



We manufacture DAMP-PROOFING PAINTS, CONCRETE MASONRY and CONCRETE 
FLOOR FINISHES, P. & B. PRESERVATIVE PAINTS, P. & B. ELECTRICAL INSULATING 
VARNISHES and COMPOUNDS. (Full list of our products on pages 70 to_73.) 

For coating the inside surface of brick, masonry and concrete walls above 
ground. It forms a perfect bond between the wall and plaster, and avoids the 
necessity of furring and lathing. At the same time, it insures a thoroughly 
moisture-proof building. This pa-int should be used only where no actual water 
pressure is encountered. Copy of speciiications for applying will be forwarded 
on request. 

A colourless paint for application to the exposed surface of brick, masonry 
and concrete walls. A wall may be made damp-proof without affecting its 
colour. This paint, also, is adapted only for work above ground. 

Manufactured in the form of a primer and finishing coat. The primer contains a vehicle which 
acts as a cement and fills the voids of the masonry, and, at the same time, combines with the free alkali 
which is present with either concrete or the mortar used in laying up the brick wall, and which proves 
so destructive to ordinary paints. Imp Waterproof Masonry Finish coat is manufactured in White 
and various colours. Colour card oti request. 

Imp Cement Floor Filler (Clear) can be classed as a priming coat and neutralizes any alkali present 
in the floor. Manufactured without pigment, and in eight standard colours. It may be applied as a 
finishing coat. Dries to a glossy surface and wiU withstand hard wear and usage. 'Floors treated in 
this manner will not dust under service and are non-absorptive, waterproof, oil-proof and sanitary. 

For wood, iron or metal, exposed or submerged. 
Marketed for over 25 years, under the well-known P. & B. 
and S-P.C. trade marks, and demonstrated unique for 
preservation against weather, water, heat, cold, acids, 
alkalies, fumes, gases, etc. Prevent rust, rot, corrosion, 
oxidation and guard against electrolysis. Write for our 
book on PAINTS for full information. 

Recognized as standard for over 25 years on account of 
their insulating properties and effectiveness for the special 
purposes they are designed to meet. Made in two grades: 

No. I. — To-be used where a light surface and deep 
penetration is desirable. 

No. 2. — For all general electrical purposes. 
These Compounds protect wires, exposed or underground, 
against gases, corrosion, dampness or wet, and afford high in- 
sulating efficiency. Guard against electrolysis and leakage. 
For fuller particulars, write for our book oiiINSU LATION • 

These varnishes are of two distinct classes, namely. Baking Varnishes, which harden by oxidation 
when subjected to artificial heat; and Air-Drying Varnishes, which harden or set by evaporation of 
the solvent. These may be sub-divided as follows: 

Class i. Baking Varnishes.— Entirely oil-proof. P. & B. Clear Baking Varnish, P. & B. Black 
Baking Varnish and P. & B. Baking Core-Plate Varnish. 

Class 2. Air-Drying Varnishes and Compounds, — Entirely oil-proof. S.P.C Armature and 
Field Coil Varnish and P. & B. Black Finishing Varnish. 

Oil-Resisting. — P. & B. Black Air-Drying Varnish, P. & B. Air-Drying Core-Plate Varnish, and 
p. & B. Electrical Compound. 

For fuller information, write for our book entitled " INSULATIOX ." 

WATERPROOFING PRODUCTS. 

S.P.C. Asphalt Saturated Felt. — Made in the following weights: 

No. 7, weighing 11 lbs. to the square. No. 10, weighing 14 lbs. to the square. 

No. 12, weighing 20 lbs. to the square. 
This Felt has unusually great tensile strength, and is guaranteed to contain no coal tar or coal tar pro- 
ducts. Will not dry out or harden in storage or in service. 

S.P.C. Waterproofing FELT.^Similar to S.P.C. Saturated Felt, but coated on one side with 
Ru-BER-OID Gum. Made in the following weights: 

No. 7, weighing 15 lbs. to the square. No. 10, weighing 20 lbs. to the square. 

No. 12, weighing 25 lbs. to the square. 
Will stand exposure to the weather without any further treatment. 

S.P.C. Saturated Burlap. — -Consists of best quality burlap impregnated with a compound of 
great moisture-resisting properties. Made up in any desired weights. 

|a|hf«f(ff^ is a soluble paste composed largely of mineral Asphaltum, and is manufactured in a 

lliliiifflllT ^^"^^"^^l colour and various tints, including Slate, Terra Cotta, White and Green. It is not 

\g^^^§^ 3_ paint or a wash. It is an integral waterproofing compound that is mixed through and 

through the mortar or concrete, or applied as a facing. IMPERVITE contains no soap or saponifiable 

constituents. It does not detract from the strength of the mortar or delay its set. Write for our booklet 

for fuller information. ' - . 




Florid,-\ Brewing Co., T,imp.a, Fi,yRiD,\. 

P. & B. P.MNT liSED TllROL'GllOl'T. 



RONUK LIMITED 



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RONUK LIMITED 

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PORTSLADE, ENGLAND. 

SPECIALISTS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF FLOOR AND FURNITURE POLISH, AND IN THE 

TREATMENT OF FLOORS AND WOODWORK. 

Show-room with Ronuk-treated Fi^dors, Panelling and Specimen Finishes: 

SI, YONGE STREET, TORONTO— Head Office for Canada. 

Depot: 91 --93 Youville Sq., Montreal. 



PRODUCT. RONUK FLOOR POLISH is a wax finish of unique composition; the purest 

ingredients only are used. Antiseptic materials are employed which possess the same 
germicidal properties as common disinfectants, but are without their disagreeable 
characters of smell and corrosive qualities. Ronuk is therefore particularly suitable for 
use in hospitals and public institutions. Ronuh has proved its superiority in England 
for the past 20 years as the best finish for floors and interior woodwork; it is fast gain- 
ing favour with Canadian Institutions, and is in use in a large number of Hospitals, 
Institutions, Clubs, Banks, Offices, etc., a list of which will be supplied on application. 

Ronuk sinks in and fills the pores of the wood, instead of simply covering the 
surface, and forms a hard, bright, transparent finish, that will not "pick" or "roll." 
Ronuk Floor Polish, as well as filling up all crevices where germs and dust might accu- 
mulate, forms a surface so smooth and hard as to afford them no harbour. 

Ronuk can be applied to any hard or soft wood, and, in conjunction with Ronuk 
Special Stains, an infinite variety of beautiful effects can be produced. A Ronuk finish 
on any woodwork is silky and beautiful, and can be adapted to suit any taste. 

Ronuk is an excellent dressing and preservative for Linoleum, Cork Carpet and 
Tiles, Patent Flooring, etc. 

SAVES LABOUR To secure the best results, Ronuk should be appHed sparingly, thus making it 
AND a very economical finish. One dressing only is sufficient, and it is kept in perfect 

MATERIAL. condition by the appHcation of a very little Ronuk from time to time. Ronuk 

floors never require scrubbing, or cleaning down with Turps or Benzine. 



RESISTS 
GERMS AND 
DIMINISHES 
DUST. 

FOR ANY 
WOOD. 

LINOLEUM, 
CORK TILING 



HOW TO 
APPLY. 

PASTE FILLER 
UNNECES- 
SARY. 



MAIN- 
TENANCE. 

LASTING 
QUALITIES. 

CONTRACT 
WORK. 



SOFT WOODS.— A prehminary treatment with Ronuk Special Staining not only 
beautifies the wood, but prepares the surface to receive the Ronuk Floor Polish properly. 
Ronuk stains do not bleach or come away. 

HARD WOODS need a preliminary dressing with Ronuk Oil Stopping (Filler) 
or combined Filler and Stain, which fills up the pores of the wood and enriches its 
appearance. 

The floor should be absolutely clean and dry. The Stopping or Stain is then 
applied and thoroughly rubbed in with a circular motion, wiped dry on the surface, 
and allowed to stand for 24 hours. Ronuk is then weh rubbed into the wood and 
allowed to dry for 2 hours; it should then be brushed thoroughly into the wood with a 
weighted floor brush, and finally polished with a cloth under the weighted brush, and 
finished with a second clean cloth or flannel in the same way. Ronuk does not dry 
too rapidly when applied. It contains no benzine, which evaporates too quickly to cari^ 
a dressing right into the flooring. Ronuk sinks right into the wood and preserves and 
feeds it. 

Floors treated Avith Ronuk Floor Polish should have a very httle Liquid Ronuk 
applied, brushed m and rubbed with the flannel from time to time as required to main- 
tain a bright, clean surface. 

Floors treated with Ronuk will wear for years, improving from year to year. 

Ronuk Limited will undertake or arrange with contractors to undertake the 
treatment of floors, panelling, interior woodwork, linoleum, etc., following the 
methods above specified. 

Write us for any additional information, prices, estimates, etc. 



EUSM LIGHTS 



137 



HOBBS MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 



THE HOBBS MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 

MONTREAL. TORONTO. LONDON. WINNIPEG. 

sole canadian manufacturers: 
Simplex Sidewalk and Skylight Construction. Nu-Plan Sidewalk Construction. 

3-Way Sidewalk Construction. Bar-Lock vSidewalk Construction. 

Ouick-Set Sidewalk Construction. 



PRODUCTS. 



SIMPLEX DOUBLE REINFORCED CONCRETE SIDEWALK, PRISM and 
SIMPLEX SKYLIGHTS. 






No, 60- 
3-inch Diameter- 



No. 61- 
3-inch Plain Square. 



No. 62. 

3-inch Square, 3 Point Pnsm 




Nu. 63. 

3-inch Sqniire, 

SiTi^le-Pendant 

Prism. 




Xo. 64. 

3-inch Diumeter 
1 Point Prism. 



SIMPLEX A thoroughly practical construction, which is guaranteed to be water-tight and 

REPLACEABLE free from shaling of glass. 



SIDEWALK 
AND 
FLOOR 
LIGHTS- 



SIMPLEX 
SKYLIGHT 
SYSTEM . 



SPECIFICA 
TION. 



NOTE. 



Simplex construction is doubly reinforced, and the steel used in it is entirely pro- 
tected by the concrete, and is thus immune from corrosion. 

The glass used in Simplex is covered with a patented malleable coating, which 
takes care of any expansion of the steel or concrete, and absolutely prevents shaling 
of the glass, which occurs in all other constructions, and which was impossible to 
overcome until Simplex w^as placed on the market. 

This' is the only sidewalk construction that dues not require experts to set, the 
most important part of the w^ork being done at our factory. When the pre-formed 
slab is placed over the opening, the glass is set in place, and the balance of the cement 
put on by an ordinary cement mechanic. 




Simplex Constfuction, Showing "Mktiiod and Simpliccty of Tn"stau.,\tion. 



Simplex system of skylights consists of a pre-formed factory-made slab of reinforced 
concrete, insuring the proper spacing and placing of reinforcement. Pre-formed slab is 
lyi in. in thickness, with heavy I-beam reinforcement one way and twisted steel rods 
in the other direction, which is sufficient in itself to carry heavy loads. The finished 
work, being 2}i in. thick, is so constructed that the glass, which measures 6 in. x 6 in., 
fits true and straight, making it impossible to set lenses out of perfect ahgnment. 

Skylights, Sidewalk Lights, Floor Lights, shall be of double reinforced concrete 
construction, with factory-made pre-formed slabs, having heavy I-beam tension mem- 
bers one way, with transverse reinforcement of twisted steel rods, using No Tanex 

quaUty annealed glass, with cushion of malleable coating. All work to be guaranteed 
against defective workmanship and material, maintained water-tight, and glass guaran- 
teed against breakage from expansion or contraction for a period of two years. 

We will be pleased to furnish, on application, full size detail drawing of the various 
construction which we manufacture. See also page 195. 



THE TORONTO PLATE GLASS IMPORTING CO., LIMITED 138 



GLASS 



THE TORONTO PLATE GLASS IMPORTING CO., LIMITED 



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Don Roadway, 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 




PRODUCTS. 



GLASS BENDERS TO THE TRADE. 



BENT GLASS — "We make a specialty of Continuous Glass in shop fronts, of bent and flat plates. A continuous 

"Made IN Canada." shop front, the length of a street, may be obtained by this method, thus presenting many architec- 
tural effects WITHOUT corner and intersecting bars. The edges of bent and flat glass, being 
suitably ground and abutted together, are held b}' small buttons. A store front of any dimensions, 
of one-half a circle or even more, on 2, 3 or 4 plates ■without bars can be readily made. A serpentine 
or any other circuitous line, with or without any intersecting flat plates, may be easil}^ followed. 



Sugge'-tive diagrams 
and price lists sent on 
application. 



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SPECIAL.— Bent 32 - oz. 
Glass.^ — Our Bent 32-oz. best- 
quality Sheet Glass in sash 
sizes, has an excellence almost 
equal to that of plate glass. 
It is bent true to curvature 
and free from waviness pecu- 
liar to the flat sheet glass. It 
is lighter than plate glass. 
This substance is useful where 
plate glass is too heavy. 



photo oe store Fitted wlth our continuous method. 

munro & mead, architects. 

NOTE.^See next page for price list 



COnriNUED OK NEXT PAGE 



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LASS 



139 THE TORONTO PLATE GLASS IMPORTING CO., LIMITED 



TRADE PRICES OF BULGED PANES 

For Casement, Sash, Transoms, and Interior Work. 



Mace of Good Quality i6-oz. Glass. 


Price (each). 

C.liiss inclu .ed. 


These panes are glazed in the ordinary way 
with ggod putty, and not with stops, ihey make 
an exquisite window, and give a very high-class 
tone to an elevation^ not obtainable with ordinary 
glass. * 




15 cents, 
IS " 

22 " 
26 

30 " 

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Oblong panes at same prices as above at equivalent areas. 

special trade prices of glass bending 

Ordinary sweeps are tho^e bj.iii vv.iici a;e cjfv'ei o.ie wi/ of tie piie;, .10 l exc^e-ling ]/i circle. 



PLATE GLASS 
WTien bent to sweep not exceeding ^ circle one way of the glass. 



Price 

per Foot. 



SHEET GLASS 

Double thick, when bent not exceeding 
34 circle one way of the glass. 



Panes not exceeding 76 united inches 



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2-00 

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' 360 
4.00 
4-40 

4. So 



Panes not exceeding 60 united inches , 

exceeding 60, not cxcecdi;is 70 united inches 
70 •' " 80 

80 " " 90 

90 " " 100 

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60 united inches, ^o^c less. 



Price 
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25 
30 
40 
50 
60 
90 



Larger Plates: Prices on application. 

Panes one part flat and one part bent, the bent part to be ^ .i or more of the width, and also circtilar panes exceedm^ 
}( circle and not exceeding '3 circle — 25% advance. 

Panes two parts flat and one part bent, the bent part to be l-'o or more of \vidth-^40^ advance. 

Prices for more difficult shapes on application. 

32-oz. Sheet Glass-^20% advance on double thick prices; also Rolled Cathedral, Figured Rolled Glasses and 'i Rolled 
Plate not over 50 inches long or wide^ioS^ advance on double thick bending prices. 

Rolled Plate and other Glasses in larger sizes than mentioned in above paragraph, also Rolled Plate and other Glasses 
over //s-inch and not more than -^8-inch thick, of any size — bending prices same as plate glass, with a further discount of 25^,'f . 

Plate Glass and Sheet Glass when ground, chipped, embossed or similarly ornamented- — to% in addition to prices for 
extra risk in bending. 

BENDING BEVELLED PLATE GLASS— Glass already bevelled cannot be received for bending. .Special prices for 
bevelling bent glass on application. 

Boat Panes, Panes Conical, Winding, or those not having parallel sides or ends, are charged net list. 

Minimum charge for bending any one order is 50c. for Sheet Glass, and Si. 00 for Plate Glass and other glasses, glass » 
included. 

Panes less than 12 inches wide will be charged as 12 inches wide. 

Panes in quantities of 10 or more, less than 12 inches long and wide — special prices on application. 

All bending is charged with fractional portions of inches as the next even inch. 

Bending is not guaranteed exact, edges straight, flat parts flat or any two panes alike, owing to inequalities in expan- 
sion and contraction in moulds and glass, but our work will be found to be so exact as to avoid any reasonable complaint; 
extra large plates, and those exceeding ordinary sweeps are liable to be mould marked. 

Where glass is to be put in metal frames, we advise these to be sent to our works, or provision made for adjustment. 
A charge is made for iitting in all cases when frames or sashes are sent to have bent glass fitted to same. 

Glass supplied at current market prices. 

DISCOUNTS OFF Bulged panes — from 10% to 20%, according to the importance of the order. 
Trade lists — Glass bending— from net list single panes to 40% off for bending sheet glass. 

And from 40% off for bending single plates to 50% off for bending quantities of plate glass. 

Discount for bending will be 10% less in every instance when we do not supply the glass. 

Above prices and conditions are only for glass and bending on the floor of our works. Packing charged at cost. 



THE LUXFER PRISM CO., LIMITED 



140 



PRISM LIGHTS V 



THE LUXFER PRISM CO., LIMITED 



R. S. MOONEY, 

1008 E. T. Bank Bldg., Montreal. 
Telephone, Main 4615. 

JOHN H. ALEXANDER, 

616 Builders' Exchange Bldg., Winnipeg. 



100 King Street WesT, 
TORONTO, ONT. 



E. G. CULLEN, 

418 Pacific Bldg., Vancouver, B.C 

WALKER & BARNES. Limited, 
Edmonton, Alta. 



PRODUCTS. 

LUXFER 
PRISMS. 



• We are the sole manufacturers of the original LUXFER PRISMS for Window 
Transoms, Canopies, Skylights and Pavement Lights. 

Luxfer Prisms are the outcome of years of scientific study, and they are acknow- 
ledged to be the most popular refracting prism obtainable. The prism is four inches 
square, and these squares are assembled by our electro-glazing method in sohd copper, 
producing a solid, air-tight or windproof panel. 



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SIDEWALK 
PRISMS. 



The Sidewalk Prisms, as illustrated, are installed in the Luxfer Interlocking, 
galvanized or black steel frames; no iron is exposed on the surface. 





ESTIMATES 






CATALOGUES 



We shall be pleased to demonstrate the value 
of Luxfer Prisms at our showrooms, to anyone in- 
terested. The services of our trained lucical en- 
gmeer is at all times at the disposal of architects 
and mtending purchasers, or of anyone desiring 
mformation or suggestions as to the means of ob- 
taming the best possible lighting results. We are 
prepared to submit estimates for the complete in- 
stallation of Luxfer Screens and Pavement Lights. 

We shall be pleased to furnish fuller illustrated 
hterature upon application. 




dARBLE 



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THE HOIDGE MARBLE CO., LIMITED 



HOIDGE MARBLE CO., LIMITED 

34 Price Street, TORONTO, ONT. 



PRODUCTS 
MARBLE. 



Manufacturers of and Contractors for all kinds of MARBLE WORK. 

We import annually large quantities of Foreign IMarbles, and are in a position to 
obtain the finest selections of blocks of both Foreign and Domestic Marbles. 

We personally inspect all our Marble in the block before purchasing, thus obtain- 
ing the desired results in matching both colours and veining. 




STAIRCASE ENTRAK'CE TO ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, TORONTO. 

REFERENCEvS. Some of the contracts we have executed are — 

■ 

Dominion Bank, Hamilton Carrere 8c Hastings and Iiustace G. Bird, Assoc, Architects. 

Royal Bank of Canada. Toronto, Carrere & Hastings and Kustace G, Bird. Assoc. Architects. 

Traders Bank. Toronto Carrere & Hastings and F. vS. Raker. Assoc. Architects. 

Bank of Nova Scotia, Toronto Darling S: Pearson, Architects- 

Bank of Nova Scotia, Kingston, Jamaica Darling & Pearson, Architects. 

Bank of Montreal, Yonge and Queen, Toronto, . - Darling & Pearson, Architects. 
Standard Bank, King and Jordan, Toronto, .... Darling & Pearson. Architects- 
Canada Life Assurance Building, Vancouver, . . . Darling & Pearson, Architects. 

Parliament Buildings, Toronto E- J. Lennox, Architect, 

Electric Development Co/s Offices, Niagara Falls, -. . E J- Lennox, Architect. 

Custom House, Toronto, '. . , Curry, Sproatt & Rolph, Architects. 

Standard Bank, Chatham, Brantford and Belleville, , Power & Son, Kingston, Architects. 

Landed Banking and Loan, Hamilton ■ Chas. Mills, Hamilton. Architect, 

Court House, Vancouver F. W- Rattenbury, Victoria, Architect. 

School of Household Science, Toronto, G. M- Miller & Co., Architects. 

Toronto General Trust, Head Office, Toronto, . . . G. M- Miller & Co.. Architects. 

Dominion Bank, Victoria, B.C., Carrere & Hastings and Eustace G. Bird, Assoc. Architects. 

Dominion Bank, Vancouver. B.C., Carrere & Hastings and Eustace G. Bird, Assoc. Architects. 



ONTARIO MARBLE QUARRIES, LIMITED 



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BUSINESS. 



CAPACITY. 



]MARBLE 

INTERIORS 

VEINED 
WHITE. 



EXTERIOR 
MARBLES. 

DELIVERY. 



ONTARIO MARBLE QUARRIES, LIMITED 

34 Price vStrEET, TORONTO, ONT. 
Quarries; Bancroft, Hastings County, Ont. 



Producers of DOMESTIC MARBLE. 

We own and operate the largest Marble Quarries in the Donunion, situated on the 
Central Ontario Railway, near Bancroft, Ont. 

We have a total acreage of 1,500 acres, with marble deposits throughout the whole 

vast areas. 

Have every modern facility for turning out Marble in any size required, with rail- 
way facilities both East and West. 




BANKIXG ROOM. STANDARD BANK. TORONTO 
Darling & Pearson, Architects. 

The marble columns, counters, dado, etc., represented above, are all products of 

our quarries. 

Previous to 1913 we were working two quarries, producing eight varieties of marble 
adaptable for almost any colour treatment. 

In 1913 we have opened up and developed a white marble quarry, with all the 
characteristics of English Veined Italian, with the exception of a slightly warmer colour 
in the ground. This is remarkably sound, and we can produce practically any size 
required. 

AVe have also for exterior purposes a White Marble with a touch of Cream, thus 
giving the required warmth and tone so much desired. This can be produced in any 
size blocks that may be desired. 

We are prepared to ship either in the block, of which we have on hand at all times 

a large quantity, or we will saw same to size or ship in the slab requirements for exterior 

building work. Interior, decorative, monolith columns, electrical or similar classes of 
work. 

Samples and prices on apphcation. 

Address all communications to the Head Office, Ontario Marble Quarries, 
Limited, 34 Price Street, Toronto. 



ARBLE AND TILES 



143 THE SMITH MARBLE AND CONSTRUCTION CO., LIMITED 



THE SMITH MARBLE AND CONSTRUCTION CO., LIMITED 

IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERvS, CONTRACTORS. 
General Office and Works: 145 Van Horne Avenue, MONTREAL, QUE. 



PRODUCTS 



CONTRAC- 
TORS. 



We are importers (direct from Europe and United States) of JMarblEs, and are 
Manufacturers of these and Canadian Marbles of various kinds now being extensively 
used in the construction of important buildings. We carry a large and varied stock of 
Marble and Tiles. With our thoroughly equipped plant and facilities, we can assure 
the highest grade of workmanship and prompt deliveries. 

Wt are also Contractors for all kinds of Interior ]\Iarble, Tile and Slate Work, such 
as Marble Carving, Marble Walls, Floors, Treads, Electric vSwitchboards, Plumbers' 
Marble, Slate Blackboards, Floor and Wall Tile, Terrazzo, Mosaic and Ceramic Floors. 

We finish and deliver goods, also erect and complete work in any part of Canada. 




Tlie above cut represctiLs Hautvillc Marble Staircase- leadinj; Trom I,(nini;<; to Clrill 

Room, Chateau I.aiirii-r. Ottawa. Uxeculed by us for Messrs. TtfTany 

.Sludios of KuH' York. Ross & McFarlane, .Architects. 

BUILDINGS ON We give below some representative buildings rccentlv completed or now in band as 

HAND OR examples of our work ; — 

COMPLETED. 

We invite correspondence with Architects and General Contractors. 



J*edcn ^: Mclvarcn. 
DuN'id liwart, Dominion Ari;h't. 
KciiiKlh G, Uca. 
HuldiisDii. Wood ^S: Miller. 
Ross 8: Mcl'-arUiTiL-, 
ICd. & W. S. Maxwell. 
ICd. & W. S. Maxwell. 
Carrcrc & Hastings and K. J. liin 
David EwarL. DominiLiii Arcli't. 
W, S. PainttT. 
Ross & McFarlane. 
John D. ALchison. 
K. H- Bostrom, Arthitcct. 
Ross & McFarlaiif. ArchllccLs. 



BUIUDING. 


CITV. 




Bank of Montreal 


. St. John's. Nlld. 


Post Ofiice 


, Haifax. N.S. „ 




Power Builf ing .. 


Montrea , tjnc. „ 




McDona ( Co lege 


St. Anne, Que. .. 




Lake ol Woods Building 


. Montreal. Que. .. 




Bank of Montreal 


Montreal, Que. {Peel , 


St.) 


Bank of Toronto 


. Montrea . Qtre. (Ouy 


St.) 


Royal Bank 


Wimiipeg. Man. 




Victoria Memorial Museum Bulking 


. Ottawa, Ont. 




Place Viger Extension .. 


Montreal .. 




Chateau Laurier .. 


. Ottawa 




Great West Life (Interior) 


Winnipeg, Man. 




McGill Building ,. 


Montreal .. 




Read Building 


Montreal .. 





MISSISQUOI MARBLES, LIMITED 



144 



MARBLE 



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MlSSISOrOI MARBLES. LIMITED 

PHILIPSBURG. OUE. 

BRANCH OFFICES: 

Montreal. Toronto, St. Tohn. N.B.. Winnipeg, VANcor\'^R. Ne^^ York City 



PRODUCTS. 



DESCRIPTION 






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I 



OUARRY. 



ill . 

1 1 



CAPACITY 



:^L\RBLE 
INTERIORS 



MARBLE 
TREADS AND 
FLOORS. 

CRUSHED 
MARBLE FOR 
TERILIZZO. 

LIME. 



SHIPPLVG 
FACILITIES. 



We supply OUARRY BLOCKS. DIMENSION MARBLE, DADOS, FULL- 
SIZED SLABS. Treads and platforms, tiles and floor borders— aii 

CANADIAN products. We also contract for the erection of INTERIOR 
MARBLE. 

IMissisquoi Marble has many advantages, being ver\- closely grained and taking 
an excellent finish. Porous marbles soon fade, stain and lose their polish and 
beauty. ^lissisquoi INIarble is not only beautiful in appearance, but will outlast all 
ordinary- marbles. For exterior work its fine grain and firm bodv defies the ravages 
of time, while for interior work they keep its polish which preserves it from stains. 
The various shades of Missisquoi ^larbles lend themselves harmoniously to almost any 
colour scheme. 

Our Quarries are the largest in Canada, the deposit being several miles in length 
and of unknown depth, although it has been tested to over 500 feet. The marble is 
stratified, and we produce from it nine distinct varieties :— Light Grey. Dark Grev, 
Dark Ore v with White Mottle, our famous "Rex," "Regina," "Emeraldo" and the 
strikingly beautiful -Sea Green." "Yert Oris/' and "Yert Rose." 

\\'e have always on hand a large supply of quarr\- blocks of our several varieties 
of marble. The quarries ha\-e been thoroughly developed, and. with nine Channelling 
^Machines and miscellaneous equipment, we are producing 4.000 cubic feet weekly, or 
40,000 square feet of full sized slabs. Our Mills and Shops are equipped with eighteen 
gangs of Saws. Travelling Cranes. Hoists. Carborundum Machines. Lathes. Planers, 
Rubbing-beds, Pneumatic Tools. Gritting and Polishing Machines, and various smaller 
machinery" to facilitate operations. 

IMarble interiors have become general for buildings throughout Canada, although 
the material, until ver\- recently, had to be imported at considerable cost on accoujit 
of freight and duty. Now that Missisquoi Marble is available in large quanUties and 
in several varieties, it is used generally in the Dominioa for the better class of interior 
decorative work. "Missisquoi" will be found in nearlv all the Government Parlia- 
ment Buildings. Banks. Hotels and Office Buildings. Canadian and American experts 
have pronounced Missisquoi to be fully equal in qualitv and appearance to the world's 
best products. 

We have a variety of ^vlarble which is most suitable for Floors, Treads and Risers 
for Stairs. It is closely grained and hard, and will resist wear better than most 
marbles, while its non-absorbing quahties make it desirable for this class of work. 

"U e produce a crushed marble for use in making Terrazzo Flooring, and can supplv 
four different sizes and various colourings. The effect of these different sizes and 
colours m the finished floors is most pleasing and artistic. 

Our Lime Plant is operated in connection with the Ouarrv", where all our waste 
marble is utilized. The Kilns have a capacity of ninetv tons per week, and with the 
increasing demand additional capacity will be erected. 

The Philipsburg Railway, owned and operated bv the Missisquoi Company 
affords the best of shipping accommodations, as it connects directlv with the Canadian 
Pacific, Central A'ermont. and Grand Trunk Systems. 




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VARllvTiKS OV MlSvSIvSQUOI MARHLI-:. 



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Vert Oris," as its tuuno implios, is a niottk-d effect of ^rceii and '^ix-y. 

The markings arc more delicate Lluui in ttther \arielies, but variegated with aniall 
deep G^rev spots. 



"DARK CzREV." Dark Grey Marble is ]:)r()diiced from the same strata as "\*ert Oris," Ijut the 

green has ahiiost disappeared, leaving, ho\ve\er, a faint greenish tinge, which adds 
much to its appearance. 

We recommend this for interior decorati\e piuposes and also mausoleums, as it 
stands the weather well. 




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One <^)r the finest pieces of interior marble work lo be found in the coimtr\' is 
in the Royal Bank at Toronto. This was one of the fust ct)ntracts that the Cinnpanv 
secured, and had nuich to do with the large vnluuie of orders which ha\'e since been 
received, and the Conii)an_\'"s general connnercial success. 

Tills is a beautiful, light-coloured marble. The baekgitunid is a pinkish cream 
colour, with long green markings. 

It can be produced in almost any length. This fralurc, combined with the "long- 
green markings," nuikes "Rex" particularly adapted for cohnuu work. 

It Is also especially suitable for panelling, and gives an elongated effect to the work. 



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VARIETIES OF MTSSISOUOI MARBLE- 

"SEA GREEN." This marble has a light background, with dark green markings. It is not so 

susceptible to a high poHsh as some of our other varieties, but is extensively used 
for base and cap mouldings on account of the attractive contrast, especially when used 
with light panelling. 



"VERT ROSE." 



The background of this marble is a mottled green and grey, beautifully marked 
with pink to white, producing an artistic and pleasing effect. 

We recommend "Vert Rose" for the highest class of interior marble decoration. 
It is especially attractive in pilaster work. There is no marble produced that has the 
same variety of colours. It is considered very unique. 



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The above cut represents the interior of the Hudson Countv Court House at 
Jersey City, which shows how Missisquoi :\Iarble lends itself to interior decoration. 



"EMERALDO." This marble has a white background, with dark green markings, giving a mottled 

effect. The background is a very light grey, but the dark markings make it appear 
white. It is ver>' closely grained, takes a high polish, and is very suitable for interior 
decorative w^ork because of its uniform colour. 



"REGINA." 



This marble is light grey (in places almost white), veined with light green, shading 
to still lighter green with yellowish tinge. 

It can be produced in slabs 14 ft. x 7 ft., the limit of our saws, but in columns 
to almost any size. It has a very beautiful appearance when used in columns, a fair 
sample of which may be seen in the Roval Bank, Toronto, size 11 ft. 6 in. x 18 in. 



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TESTS. 



Tests of four samples of Missisquoi Grey :Marble, made by Professor iMacKay, 
Director of the Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, jMcGill 
University, :Montreal, on July 13, 1909, shows the following: 



COMPRESSION 

TEST. 



ABSORPTION 
TEST. 



REFERENCES. 



First Sample, Maximum Load 21,380 lbs. per sq. 

Second Sample, Maximum Load 21,280 lbs. per sq. 

Third Sample, Maximum Load 21,760 lbs. per sq. 

Fourth Sample, Maximum Load 22,900 lbs. per sq. 



inch 
inch 
inch 
inch 



Note. — '"It is to be noted that the compressive strength is exceptionallv high and 
compares favourably with the best grades of granite." 



Two rough broken samples, after being thoroughly dried, were immersed in water 
for 48 hours, with the following results : 



WEIGHTS BEFORE 
IMMERSION'. 



Sample i i-3770 lbs. 

Sample 2 i-9540 lbs. 

Specific Gravity, 2.71. 

\\'eight per cubic foot, 169.5 l^s. 



AFTER. 

1.3780 lbs 
1-9555 lbs, 



GAIN". 


PER CENT 


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0. 076 



Note. — '^The percentage of moisture absorbed is thus remarkably low, which 
indicates, in my opinion, a stone which should Jhave exceptionally good weatherin 
quahties/' 



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From the above it will clearl}^ be seen how well suited Missisquoi Marble is, both 
for exterior and interior construction. 



Our material ma}' be seen, amongst other places, in the following buildings 



Transportation Building, Montreal. 
St. Regis Hotel. ^lontreal. 
Lyman Building, Montreal. 
Canadian Bank of Commerce. Montreal- 
Canadian Express Building, Montreal, 
Montreal Post Office. Montreal. 
Emmanuel Church, Montreal. 

Molson's Bank, Ontario and La Salle Ave., MuntreaL 
Place Viger Station. Montreal- 
Windsor Station Extension. Montreal. 
Windsor Hotel Extension, Montreal. 
Wilder Building, Montreal. 
Y.M.C.A. — Drumroond Street, Montreal. 
Y.:M,C.A.— North End, Montreal. 
Y.M.C.A.— West End, Montreal. 
McGill Building. Montreal. 
Chateau Laurier, Otta^va. 
Union Station, Ottawa. 
Y.M.C.A., Ottawa. 
Rosenthal Building. Ottau'a. 
City Hall. Ottawa. 
Victoria Museum, Ottawa. 
Bank of B. N. A., St. John, KB. 
Royal Bank, Toronto. 
Birkbeck Building, Toronto. 
Mossop's Hotel. Toronto. 
Parliament Buildings. Toronto- 



Heintzman Binlding, Toronto. 
Central Building. Toronto. 
Confederation Life Building, Toronto 
Ryric's Store, Toronto. 
Dental College, Toronto. 
Imperial Life Building, Toronto. 
Mason Sc Risch Building. Toronto. 
Merger Building, Quebec. 
Laval University, Quebec. 
Caisse D'Economie. Quebec. 
Custom House. Quebec, 
Imperial Bank Building, Hamilton. 
Fort Garry Station, Winnipeg, 
Bank of Nova Scotia, Winnipeg. 
Northern Crown Bank. Winnipeg, 
Law Courts Building, AA'innipeg. 
Fort Garry Hotel, Wimiipeg. 
Lindsay Building. Winnipeg- 
Bank of Ottawa. Vancouver. 
Metropolitan Building, "\'ancou\'er. 
Canada Life Building. "\'ancouver. 
Hook Sing Tong Building, Victoria. 
King George Hotel. Brandon. 
Brandon Asylum. Brandon. 
Parliament Buildings, Edmonton. 
National Trust Buildine. Edmonton. 



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GILLIS & GEOGHEGAN 

MANUFACTURERS O^ 

G. & G. TELESCOPIC HOIST, 
539 West Broadway, NEW YORK, N.Y 



W T Grose, 905 Electric Railway Chambers, Winnipeg: Agent for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 
\Vm. N. O'Neil Co., Ltd., 548-550 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B C: Agents for British Columbia. 
B. & S. H. Thompson & Co., Ltd., Montreal: Agents for Quebec. 
Black Building Supply Co., Mail Building, Toronto: Agents for Ontario. 



PRODUCTS AND 
SERVICE. 



DESCRIPTION 



A n\* ANT AGES 



CAPACITY. 



We manufacture the G. & G. TELESCOPIC HOIST (Patented). 

The G. & G. TELESCOPIC OVERHEAD CRANE HOIST. 

The G. & G. TELESCOPIC HOIST with ELECTRIC MOTOR. 

The G. & G. TELESCOPIC OVERHEAD CRANE HOIST with ELECTRIC MOTOR. 

We install the apparatus complete in New York, N.Y. 

The G. & G. Telescopic Hoist is a simple, safe and substantial means for hoisting and lowering 
between cellar and sidewalk, ash-cans, kegs, barrels, ice, etc. Fig. i shows Hoist as it is when not in 
use— /fo part shows above sidewalk. To put apparatus in position for hoisting (Fig. 2), the operator 
turns the telescoping handle as far as it will go. A safety ratchet device is provided with both tele- 
scoping handle and hoisting handle. For lowering, a powerful all-steel brake attachment is provided-. 

Hoist raises the load at speed of thirty feet per minute. 

The opening in sidewalk need be little larger than necessary to permit passage of can. 
Cable drum is grooved; gears are machine cut throughout. Hoist is very easy to erect. 
We furnish all necessary clamps and bolts, and blue-print showing erection in detail. 
Hoisting handle can be moved in a forward direction only, when load is being raised. 
When brake is used to lower load, the hoisting handle does fiot revolve. 

The position of operator, standing at sidewalk when Hoist is in use, protects the pubhc against 
danger of falling into shaft, and protects operator against danger of heavy load falling on him. 

The maximum working capacity is 500 pounds. 





Fic- T. — G- & G. Telescopic Hoist Xot in Usb. 
Compact, easy to erect, and takes up no room. 



Fic- 2. — G. & G, Telescopic Hoist in Operation. 
Hoisting Head revolves. Can is deposited on sidewalk without lifting. 



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G. & G 

TELESCOPIC 

OVERHEAD 
CRANE HOIST, 



CAPACITY 



G. & G. 

TELESCOPIC 
HOIST WITH 
ELECTRIC 
MOTOR. 



Illustration (Fig. 3) shows the G. &: G. Telescopic Overhead Crane Hoist (Patented). This Hoist 
is so arranged that the operator, standing at grade level, may raise ash-can from cellar to position six 
or eight feet above grade, and empty can directly into cart, without rehandling at grade level. This 
Hoist has the telescopic feature, so that no part shows above pavement when not in use. It is also con- 
structed so as to retain the features of strength, safety, durability, ease and rapidity in operation, and 
economy of space occupied, the same as our ordinary sidewalk level hoist. 

Raises load at speed of thirty feet per minute. Maximum working capacity, 300 pounds. The 
can shown in Fig. 3 weighs 200 pounds, when full of ashes. 

On request, we construct Hoist with adjustable guy rods, running from top of Hoist to building 
walls. When Hoist is so arranged, its maximum working capacity is 500 pounds. 

Illustration (Fig. 4) shows the G. & G. Telescopic Hoist with Electric Motor (Patented), for hoisting 
or lowering ash-cans between cellar and sidewalk. No pari slum's above sideivalk when not in use. Maxi- 
mum working capacity, 500 pounds. Raises load at speed of sixty feet a minute. 

Prices and speciiications furnished on request. 

We also manufacture the G. & G. Telescopic _« ^^^IHHT" ^ ^ ^ 

Overhead Crane Hoist with Electric Motor for J*' i | . fp] 

raising ash-cans from cellar and emptying directly 
into ash cart without re-handling at grade level. 
No part shows above pavement when not in use. 




Fig. 3. — G. & G. Telisscofic Overhead Cit.\>rE HoiST in Operation. 
Hoisting Head revolves on ball bearing to swing can over wagon. 




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Raises load at speed of Go feet per minute. 




BUILDING WALL 




LADDER 
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Fig, 5,— Plan and Elevation Showing Arrancemi;nt of G. & G. Telescopic Hoist jn Area of Usual Size 
Note. — Area shown above is larije enough for overhead Crane Hoist or Hoist with Electric Motor. 






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OTIS-FENSOIM ELEVATOR COMPANY, LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PASSENGER AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS. 

Dumb Waiters, Escalators, Inclined Freight Elevators, and Patented Gravity Package 

Conveyors. 

Head Offices: Otis-Fensom Building, 50 Bay Street, TORONTO, ONT. 

Offices in all Principal Cities of Canada. ' Works: Hamilton, Ont 

GENERAL. In presenting the accompanying layouts of 

elevators, our object is to place in the hands of 

architects and engineers who have the preparing 

of plans for buildings exact and reUable data 

which will enable them to make proper provision 

for the reception of the elevator equipment, thus 

insuring from the start a proper installation 

without having to make expensive alterations 

when the building is about completed in order to 

obtain same. 
ADDITIONAL Owing to space limitations, we are only able 



LAYOUTS. 



STANDARD- 
IZING 

ELE^'ATOR 
CONSTRUC- 
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ILLUSTRA- 
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to give a few carefully selected standard lay 
outs of Belt-Driven, Direct-Connected Freight 
Elevators and of Drum Type Passenger Eleva- 
tors, but we are prepared to furnish any archi- 
tect with a complete set, comprising all our 
standard elevator layouts, for his ofhce refer- 
ence files on request. 

The draAvings submitted are carefully pre- 
pared along the lines of established standard 
practice, and it is only necessary, therefore, to 
select the type of elevator required, and provide 
in the plans the required clearances at top and 
bottom, in the hatch and the space required for 
the machinery. 

We have taken considerable pains to 
standardize elevator construction, as from our 
past experience w^e have repeatedly felt this 
would be of great benefit to the architect, in that 
the cost of installation could be materially re- 
duced and deliveries facilitated if standard sizes 
were adopted ; at the outset it would enable the 
architect, in preparing his plans, to provide the 
necessary accommodation, instead of the trouble- 
some necessity of altering plans later on. We, 
as the manufacturers, could then make the parts 
in large quantities, instead of a few at a time, as 
is now rendered necessary owing to the in- 
numerable varying conditions. This would 
enable us to ship promptly from stock when 
required. 

We are convinced that those interested will 
see the great advantage to all concerned by the 
use of standard layouts and standard sizes. We, 
therefore, suggest to those who have the pre- 
paring of plans for buildings in which elevators 
are required, that they do their part to co-operate 
with us in attaining this very desirable end. 

The Elevator Equipment illustrated on this page is the Otis 
I : I Gearless Traction Elevator, similar to the equipment in the 
Singer Building, Woolworth Building, Bankers Trust, and other 
large New York sky-scrapers, and the following Canadian Buildings 

are equipped with this type of elevator: — Eastern Townships Bank, Montreal; Transportation Building, Montreal; Customs 
House, Ottawa; Dominion Bank, Toronto; Royal Bank, Toronto; Fort Garr^- Hotel. \\'innipeg; Calgary Herald Building, 
Calgary; McLeod Building, Edmonton; Dominic Burns Building, Vancouver. 




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HEAD offices: 
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TORONTO, ONT. 

Offices in all Principal Cities of Canada. 




Otis i : i Traction Elevator, Overhead Tvpe. Direct Current, Switch Controu. 




Otis Duplex Geared Traction Elevator, Overhead Type, Direct Current, Switch Control, 



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OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR CO., LIMITED 



OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COiMPANY. LIMITED 

HEAD offices: 
Otis-Fensom Building, 50 Bay Street, 

TORONTO, ONT, 



Offices in all Principal Cities of Canada. 





Otis Passenger Platform, with Releasing Carrier and Wedge 

Clamp Safety, the Latter Mounted Underneath the 

Car, with its Channel Iron Frame Removed 

to Show Construction Details. 



Otis Passenger Platform with Kmkhgencv Device. Tims Sai-etv 

isOperated Ordinarh.v by a Speed Governor, but an ICmer(;ency 

Connection, used on a Traction Elevator, can be 

Operated by the Attendant, should Occasion 

Arise, by Means of a Wheel Located Near Car 

Switch. 




Plan View of Wedge Clamp Safety Device, with Parts Removed to Show Construction. 



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HEAD offices: 

Otis-Fensom Building, 50 Bay Street, 

TORONTO, ONT. 

Offices in all Principal Cities of Canada. 



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-BRAKE. JJIRECT CURRENT MoTOR, CONTROLLER AND BrAKE SUBSTITUTED WHERE REQUIRED, 



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OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR CO., LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

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Where rapid and continuous inter-floor conveyance is required, the excessive 
demands upon the platform elevator may be greatly relieved by the installation of an Otis- 
Fensom Escalator. It operates continuously in either direction, there being- no stops 
to take on or let off passengers. The capacity of an escalator is practically unlimited, 
and it continues to deliver passengers on the floor above while taking them on at the 
floor below. It is readily seen that to conserve time and prevent congestion at the 
terminals, passengers must be handled continuously, and not intermittently. 

The above cut illustrates the Otis-Fensom Step Type Passenger Escalator, and the 
operation is simplicity itself. Starting in a moving platform on a line with the floor 
it travels forward, forming itself into a perfect stairway; this stairway moves upward 
to the higher level, where the passengers step oft' on to the floor. Moving hand rails 
are provided at the side, and on reaching the top, passengers are gradually and safely 
edged off on to the floor without the slightest risk of accident or inconvenience. 

This type of equipment is now^ in use in many of the leading Department Stores, 
Mills and Factories, as well as in Railroad, Subway and Elevated Stations. The ad- 
vantages of this method of handling large crowds of people are self-evident. 

For rises up to 15 feet, the Inchned Freight Elevator possesses many unique 
advantages. No time or power is lost in starting or stopping to load or unload. The 
machinery is easy of access and accidents are unknown, and where the handling of 
merchandise is continuous, congestion is relieved by the use of one of these equipments, 
as a truckman bringing his loaded truck to the incline, the flange or lug of the elevator 
engages with the truck, and the man, truck and load are transported from level to 
level without physical effort. It will be noted that the Inclined Elevator has a capacity 
of continuously carrying as many trucks as can be loaded on its length, and there is no 
waiting, as it is always ready to receive a fresh load no matter how quickly it follows on 
the last load placed upon it. 

This type of equipment is made for various conditions, one particularly useful 
type being the Dock Inchned Elevator, where it is necessary to meet the variation in 
heights of vessels due to tides and draught. The upper socket is centered on a hinge at the 
top of the incline, enabling the lower end of the elevator to be raised or lowered at will. 

We will be pleased to furnish, without obligation, full particulars regarding in- 
stallation and cost. 



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Sole makers ol the ''Snead Standard Stack/' ''Green-Snead Bookstack/' Snead Newspaper Stack, Bracket 
Bookstacks. Metal Shelving for all purposes, Metal and Glass Museum Cases, '\S.\ead Joinery Stairs," Architec- 
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We ivere the pioneers in the manufacture of Library Bookstacks. Our experienced stack designers are at the service 
of architects planning stack installations. Catalogue describing bookstack and library construction and giving many 
plans and illustrations of libraries sent on request; technical information also furnished free- 

The Snead Standard Stack is installed throughout the Library of Congress at Washington and the New York Public 
Library", The simple construction fits it for use. not only in large, but also in smaller libraries, with but a single or a few 
stack tiers (stories), and also for offices and pri^^ate libraries requiring merely plain wall shelving. The interchangeabiliti' 
of parts and the adaptable construction allows the stack, in case of remodelling, to be reset and extended both horizontally 
and vertically. Stack consists of solid or open work cast iron and steel uprights extending full width of ranges and spaced 
shelf length apart by fixed shelves at top and bottom. The adjustable shelves are preferably of the special Open Bar 
construction, light, resilient and free from dust-collecting surfaces. The uprights are each the height of I one tier and 
may be bolted one above the other to obtain a stack of any number of stories. The uprights ( S-^ " T^™!' *" ! t ^r-^-" m 

-' r & ^ InternicOiritcB Upright 

section) occupy no available book room, and are entirely free from fillh-collecting hollow spaces. Deck ^ floors or gal- 
leries between tiers give direct access to al! shelves. The deck floor construction is carried by the uprights and firmly 
anchored to the walls of the stack room. Floors of rooms above (without concentrated loads) are economically carried on 
stack construction. Cover plates at top protect books from dust and injury, and cornice gives a neat finish- Open 
work construction of uprights and shelves, and slits in the deck floors allow stack to be heated and ventilated as one great 
room. The system can be adapted to meet any requirements of architectural plan and design- 
Adjustable shelves are completely finished at shop with baked black rubber japan. Fixed metal parts are preferably 
finished after erection with air drying enamel; baked enamel is unsuitable, as it cannot be renewed in place. Maximum 
distribution of Hght is obtained by using open work construction where possible and finishing fixed parts in white. 

Our products cover shelving for special requirements and conditions, and for all purposes where fireproof storage 
and durability are essential. 

Cost of stacks depends largely upon 
arrangement and varies from 50 cents to 
Si .00 or more per lineal foot of shelving. 
Specifications, drawings and estimates fur- 
nished free on request. Eookstacks are built 
on contract. Four or five months should be 
allowed for the completion of an ordinary 
stack of about rocooo volumes capacity. 

BOOK CAPACITI15S. 

Average per lineal foot of sht^lf. 

Patent Specifications 2 volumes 

Law, Public Documents and 

Bound Periodicals 6 volumes 

Medicine and Science 7 volumes 

Reference and General Literature 8 volumes 

Economics and Fiction g volumes 

Circulating Books.,......,..,,-. 9 to 10 volumes 

STANDARD DIMENSIONS. 

(Special sizes built to order if quantity 

warrants). 

Shelf widths — For books, 8 inches usually- 
also 10 inches and 12 inches; for news- 
papers, 22 inches. 

Shelf lengths — 3 feet average, varied to suit 
conditions. 

Tier heights — 7 feet and 7 feet 6 inches. 

Aisle widths- — j\fain, 2 feet 6 inches to 5 feet; 
Minor, about 28 inches minimum, 30 to 
36 inches average. 

WEIGHTS. 

Uprights and shelves, 7 to 10 lbs. per cu. ft. 
Books, 20 to 25 lbs. per cu. ft. 
Deck framing, 5 lbs. per scj. ft. 
Deck flooring, ^4-inch glass, 10 lbs. per sq, ft. 
Deck flooring, i j^-i^^b marble, iS lbs. per 
sq. ft. 

Some typical Snead Stack Installations in Canada. 

Ontario Legislative Library. Toronto Gi;or);s:e W. C'.oiiinlot?k. .VrchiLcct, 

Alberta LcKi^lative Library, Kdmonton John ChaliiKTs. ICn^r- 

Toroiito Public Rt^fert-'nte lAbv^vy , ........ ^ Wickson & C^rcj^i; and A. IT, Chiipnun, Arcliilccts. 

Ottawa Public Library Edgar L. Horwood, ;\rohitecl. 

McGill University Medical Library, Montreal Brown S: Vallaiice, Arcliilects. 

Victoria Collcfi:^ Library, Toronto SproiUt & Rol)>h, ArchitL^ctyi, 

Calj^ary Pul;lic Librtiry , Hocl;(son, Bates & Biir!ictt. Architects. 

Kegina Publac Library Story & Va[i JignioiKl. Architects. 

Bibliotheque St. Snlpice, Montreal Eirgene Payette. Architect. 

Hamilton Public Library A, \V. Peenc. Archituct. 

Fort Wtlliam Pulilic Library " Hood & Scott, Archilecl^. 

Moose Jaw L*ublic Library. Rcid ^ McAlpin, Architects, 

Knox Colle^^c Library, Toronto Chapman & Mctnain. Architects. 

British Colnmbia Provincial Library. Victoria F. M. Rattetibury, Architect, 

Saskatchewan Legislative Library, RcKJna Itdw. & \V. H. Maxwell. Architects. 

Calgary Court House, Calvary, Alberla Richard R. Jllakoy, Provincial Arcliitcct. 

Edmonton Court House, Edmotilon, Alberta Richard R. lilakL-y, ProvineUd Architect. 




SnL'iid Standard Stack, OaiLario Legislative Library, Toronto, Oeorye W. C*»oiiinlock, 
Architect. Similar Stacks nia<!c without letl>;e if desired. 



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ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE & IRON WORKS 



District Offices: 

Montreal, Que. 
Haufax, N.S. 
Ottawa, Ont. 
Cobalt, Ont, 
Porcupine, Ont, 
Fort William, Ont 
Winnipeg. Man. 



PRODUCTS. 




Square Doublr Prism for 
Cast Iron Frames. 




Plain Square Flat Glass fok 
Cast Iron Fkames. 




ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE & IRON WORKS 

TORONTO. 
CANADIAN ALLIS-CHALMERS CO., LIMITED. 

Head Office: King and Simcoe Streets. 
Works: Lansdowne and Royce Avenues. 



District Offices: 

REgina, Sask. 
Saskatoon, Sask. 
Calgary, Al,ta. 
Edmonton, Auta, 
Nelson, B.C. 
Victoria, B.C, 
Vancouver, B.C. 
Prince Rupert, B.C 



ABIWAY PAVEMENT LIGHTS and SKYLIGHTS. 

We make Abiway Pavement Lights in various designs of glass and frame construction. 

Good pavement light work depends largely upon the skill with which the glass is set in cement. 

Good glass allows more light to pass through than cheap glass. 



Square Trepjle Prism Glass for 

Strel Frames or Cast 

Iron Frames. 




Round Stmgle Prism Glass por 
Reinforced Concrete. 




Frames in Cast Iron-, with Non-Sltp Borders. 

We can cover surface of iron frames with lead-tilled safety 
tread, if desired. 




Frames in Cast Iron, with Steel Ancle Borders, Kon-Slip Ribs in Cast Iron, 

We can combine prism glass and plain glass in the same 
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We can insert lead strip in concrete between glass to help 
insure non-slipping quality, if desired. 




Frames in RErNPORceo Concrete, with Permanent Galvanized Thon Centering on 

Steel Angle Supports 

There are no better pavement lights than Abiw^ay. 
We use only the very best glass obtainable. 
We guarantee our work against leakage. 




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Steel Frames or. Cast 

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Plain SQL^-\t*E Glass for Steel 
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Plain Round Glass for 
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THE ROBERT MITCHELL CO., LLMITED 

(establishkd 1 85 1.) 

Office and Factory: Bel-air Avenue, St. Henri, 

MONTREAL, QUE. 



PRODUCTS 



PLANT. 



ORNAMENTAL IRON, BRASS and BRONZE WORK, including BANK and 
OFFICE FITTINGS, STAIR RAILS, TUBE RAILS, MEMORIAL TABLETS, 
BRONZE STORE FRONTS, OUTSIDE LANTERNS, and STANDARDS in 
BRONZE AND WROUGHT IRON, FIRE BASKETS, ANDIRONS, FENDERS, 
CURBS, FIRE SCREENS, etc. HAND-FORGED COPPER, BRASS and IRON. 
FINE BRASS CASTINGS. 

We also manufacture IRON FENCES and GATES as illustrated below. 

We have an extensive modern plant and experienced workmen, and are thus 
enabled to take care of the largest contracts in our Hne and make prompt deliveries. 




These gates, 15 ft. high and 13 ft. 7 in. wide, are part of a fence 700 ft. long and 12 ft. high, erected hy us 
for the late Geo. Tuckett, of Hamilton. vStewart & Whitton, Architects, Hamilton. 



FACILITIES. 



We have increased our facilities for the manufacture and erection of Ornamental 
Iron Work and intend giving special attention to this department for the coming year. 

We invite Architects and others to submit their designs for our prices. For ordi- 
nary work we have a great number of designs and photos of work done by us, which 
will be at the disposal of architects and engineers. Our designing and engineering 
staff is also at their service. 



The following work is now on hand: 



BUILDING, 


CITY, 


Bank. British North America 


Montreal . . . . . 


Reford Building . . . . 


Montreal . . , , . 


Versailles Building .... 


Montreal . . . - . 


C.P.R. Station .... 


\'ancouver . . . , 


Sir R. Forget, Residence 


. Montreal . . . . . 



ARCHITECT. 

Barrot, Blackader & Webster- 
Ross & McDonald. 
Ross & McDonald. 
Barrot, Blackader & Webster. 
Marchaad & HaskelL 



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THE ROBERT MITCHELL CO., LIMITED 



BANK AND 

OFFICE 

FITTINGS. 



We have special facilities for furnishing Bronze and Brass Fittings for Banks and 
Offices, and shall be pleased to submit designs or photos of work done. 




The above Bronzu Door Grilles are installed at City and District 

Savings Bank, Montreal, Que. 



WORK 
EXECUTED, 



The following are a few of the representative bank and offiee buildings which have 
been fitted up or lighted by us- We shall be pleased to co-operate with architects by 
furnishing information on standard bank work or quote prices on designs submitted 

by them. 



BUILDING- 

Imperial Bank . 
Baiique d'Hochelaga 
Banque d'Hochelaga 
Banque d'Hochelaga 

and several Branches- 
La Caisse d'Economie 
City and District Savings Bank 

and several Branches. 
Bank of Montreal 

and several Branches, 
Royal Bank of HaHfax 
Royal Bank of Halifax 
Molsons Bank 
Royal Bank 
Royal Bank 



CITV, 

Edmonton, Alta. 
^Montreal. Que. 
Ottawa, Ont- 
Three Rivers, Que 

Quebec, Que. 
^lontreat Que. . 

Montreal, Que. . 

JXontreat Que. . 
Hahfax, N.S. . 
Revelstoke, B.C. 
Saskatoon 
Edmonton 



ARCHITECT, 

Percy Barnes. 
A. H. Lapierrc. 
A. H. Lapierre. 
A, H. Lapierre. 

R, p. Leniay. 
A. H. Lapierre. 

Peden & McLaren, Assoc. Archts, 

Kenneth G. Rea. 
Kenneth G, Rea, 
Byers & Auglin. 
Kenneth G. Rea. 
Kenneth G. Rea, 



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STEEL LOCKERS AND SHELVING 



THE DENNIS WIRE & IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED 

Head Office and Works: 
LONDON, ONT. 



PRODUCTS 



The famous D-L STANDARD ALL ~ STEEL 
LOCKERS, CABINETS, BINS and SHELVING, 
ORNAMENTAL IRON akd BRONZE. 



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PORTFOLIO. 



METAL LOCKKRS. The advantages of Metal Lockers for factories, stores, 

clubs, g}"mnasiums, hotels, schools and other institutions 
are now uni\'ersally recognized. 

Steel Lockers provide security against petty theft, 
minimize risk from fire, promote order, tidiness and 
system, encourage cleanliness and hygienic conditions. 
They economize space and effect a sa\'ing of time, money 
and their contents. 

D-L Standard Lockers are made from high-grade 
steel sheets. Cold rolled, close annealed, dead flat, patent 
levelled. The partitions and backs are solid steel sheets. 
Doors are either sheet steel perforated or expanded metal. 

Expanded metal or wire partitions are not recom- 
mended. Separating the clothing in adjoining lockers by 
Solid Steel Partitions is more sanitar}- and preferable in 
every way. The solid steel sheets make a more rigid and 
more durable construction. 

In a locker the door is a most important feature. 
Each door in all our lockers has three hinges and three- 
way locking device, so that the door is secured at six 
points. Doors are framed with steel angles and have 
reinforcing plates at top and bottom— adding to the 
appearance of the door and preventing it from "getting 
out of square." 

The unit system is employed in the construction of 
D-L Standard Lockers. Each section is accurately made 
and punched to templates. When shipped knocked 
down, they can be assembled without any difficulty what- 
ever and at minimum expense. It is a simple matter to 
re-arrange one of our locker installations should occasion 
arise. 

Our locker legs are 6 inches in height and are adjust- 
able, so that uneven floors can be provided for. 

For years we have been the largest manufacturers of 
iSIetal Lockers and Steel vShelving in Canada. We have 
made a close, careful, and ceaseless study of their varied 
features of construction and design, and have gathered 
together a force of expert workmen, skilled in this branch 
of sheet metal working; our equipment is modern and 
efficient, specially installed, and used for one purpose — 
the manufacture of high-class Steel Lockers and vShclving. 

Ask for our portfolio of Locker and Shelving Illus- 
trations, etc., entitled "SECURITY." 




Stehl Shelving. 

We make Steel Shelving and Bms to suit anv requirements. 
Steel Shelving is fireproof and elTects great leconomv in space. 
Built oil the unit system, sections can be added as requirements expand 




The Above Illustration is of our Stvuii D 35 Steel 

LOCKER- 

Note smooth effect of front. Reinforcing plates, anyle 
steel frames, etc., are all on the inside of the door, presenting; 
a plain. smooth surface, capable of receiving a superior finish. 
Doors in this type are made of special polished *' steel furni- 
ture" stock. 




Illustrating our Metal Cabinets. Stvlr D 20. 

We design and make Metal Cabinets suitable for all n- 
quirtmcnts. They are used in factories, stock rooms, whole- 
ale and retail storerooms, railroad stores, etc. 



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THE DENNIS WIRE & IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED 



THE DENNIS WIRE & IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED 

Head Office and Works: - LONDON, ONT. 

Toronto Office: 36 Lombard St. 



VANCOUVER— Wm. N. O'Neii, & Co. OTTAWA 

CALGARY, ALTA. 



agencies: 

■Standard Supplies. Limited. HALIFAX, N.S.— Frank A. Gilus & Co. 

-Canadian Equipment & Supply Co. 



PRODUCTS. 



ILLUS- 
TRATIONS. 

BANK AND 

OFFICE 

FITTINGS. 



QUALITY 
OF OUR 

PRODUCTS. 



SPECIAL 
DETAILS AND 
DESIGNS. 



FACILITIES. 



OUR SERVICES 



Manufacturers of ORNAMENTAL IRON, BRONZE and WIRE WORK of 
every description, including: RAILINGS, GRILLES and METAL WICKETS for 
Banks, Offices, etc., IRON and BRONZE GATES, BRONZE TABLETS, COM- 
PLETE IRON STAIRS, ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES, MARQUISES, BALCONIES, 
CHURCH METAL WORK, FIRE ESCAPES, CRESTINGS, WIRE WINDOW 
GUARDS AND SCREENS, METAL STORE FRONTS, STEEL WINDOW SASH, 
JAIL CELLS, STABLE FITTINGS, and the Famous D. L. STANDARD STEEL 
LOCKERS AND SHELVING. 

The accompanying illustrations will convey an 
idea of the artistic qualities of our work. 

In Fig. 2 may be seen one of our many artistic 
designs of Ornamental Bank and Office Counter 
Railings. We furnished this pattern for the Bank 
of Toronto at Petrolea, Ontario. Fig. 3 shows an 
ornamental cast iron railing installed by us in the 
Jacob A. Jacobs bldg., Montreal. (Messrs. Mitchell 
& Creighton of Montreal were the architects.) 

This railing is of handsome appearance, finished 
in a black lacquer, and surmounted by a bronze hand- 
rail. The rest of the stair railings in this building 
are of the same design, and were furnished by us. 

It has always been our poHcy to produce only 
goods of sterling quality. From the selection of 
material to the last finishing touch, each piece of 
work receives the painstaking attention which only 
skilful craftsmen know how to bestow , Our products 
can be found in every part of Canada, and, if you de- 
sire, we will furnish you with lists of our customers. 

We will furnish full information as to sizes 
and weights of materials, with preliminary sketches , 
designs, and full-sized details of ornamental iron 
work, if desired. Particular attention will be 
given to the careful execution of your drawings, 
endeavouring to carry out the work in the spirit, 
as well as to the letter, of the design. 

Our large, modern factory, devoted exclu- 
sively to the production of Ornamental Iron, 
Bronze and Wire Work, and equipped with every 
facility for the manufacture of work of the best 
grade, and a well-organized staff of skilled de- 
signers and craftsmen, enables us to promptly 
execute any work entrusted to us, no matter how 
large or small the contract may be. vShipments are 
made in the shortest possible time after the receipt 
of the order, to any part of the country. 

We issue a large " Portfolio of Architectural Details," containing many photo- 
graphs of our work, with sketches and working drawings of our various designs and details . 

While our "Portfolio of Architectural Details" shows many stock patterns, we 
are always ready to estimate on special designs in accordance with the drawings and 
specifications of the architect. 

We will gladly place our engineering and designing staff at your disposal until 
a satisfactbry solution of your problems in connection with Ornamental Metal Work 
has been obtained 

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Our Cagle Lectern, in solid brass, U a stock design. 
No. fo E- This, with many other items of thurch orna- 
ment in metal, i.^ shown in the section of our "Portfolio 
of Architectural Details' ' relating to churches. 



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Fig. 2. 

Iftre ii shown an application of our ilt^if^n N'o. 47A referred to on thL' opposUe page. This pattern of Counter Railing can be wrought 

to advJlnta^■t in any ilnish. It hjs :i chaste appearance, cosnUined with excellent qualities of service. 



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The above is an illustration of the cast iron ra.i1ing referred to unJer Fig. 3 on opposite page. 



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Logan Ave. West, 
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 



"MODERN 
METHOD ' ' 

STAIRS. 



We are the licensees for the manufacture of "Modern Method" Stairs for 
Western Canada. They are the strongest and lightest stair made, being all steel con- 
struction, adaptable to any form of tread as per illustration. This form of stair is 
considered by Fire Underwriters safest and best where marble and slate treads are 
used, because treads are supported by steel plate underneath. 



ILLUSTRATION No. i . Chequer Steel Plate Tread. 



No. 2. Chequer Steel Plate and Mason 
Tread. 



No. 3. Concrete Tread and "Lea" Safety 

Lead Strip. 




No. 4. Slate or Marble Tread 



No. 5. Marble Tread and Riser. 



No. 6. Terrano Asphalt or Cement Treads 

CO-OPERATION We invite Architects and Engineers to 

inspect them. 




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CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO. 

Office ; 86 River Steeet, Works: 147 Sumach Street. 

TORONTO. ONT. 

Manager: E- T- Lea. 



PRODUCTS. 



We are Desi^ers and Workers in IRON, BRASS, BRONZE and CHASED 
BRONZE WORK. 




Grille for Front Door in Wrought Iron. 
* Wickson & Gregg, Architects. 

"MODERN METHOD" We specialize on "Modern Method Stairs," details of which are shown 

SI AIRS AND further on; also Steel Store Fronts. 

STEEL STORE 

FROX rs. , These stairs are installed in many of the modern buildings in Toronto, 

Ottawa. \\'innipeg. Calgar)% Edmonton, and other cities, and are specified by 

leading architects. 



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CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO 



CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO., 

Toronto, Ont. 




Samples of our Bronze axd Brass Work. 



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"World Building, Toronto. 



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CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO. 



CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO., 

Toronto, Ont. 



"MODERN METHOD" "Modern Method" Stairs are manufactured by machinery especially de- 
STAIRS. signed, and, therefore, may be made and erected in less time than any other 

style of stairs. As time-savers in construction of important buildings, they are 
invaluable to architects and o\vners. They are the neatest, lightest and strongest 
stairs made. 




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NOTE. 



We have installed "Modern Method" vStairs throughout the Government 
Building, Edmonton; also City Hall, Edmonton. 



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Toronto, Ont. 




One of the Dozex Schools ix Edmonton Equipped 
with "jmodern method" stairs. 



"Modern Method" Stairs, 
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One of the Fifty Schools in Toronto Equipped with Our Stairs. 



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CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO. 



CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO., 

Toronto, Ont. 




Hermant Building. Toronto. 
Bond & Smith, Architects. 




STEEL FRONTS ERECTED BY US, 



Mason & Risch Bvildixg. Toronto 
Bond & Smith, Architects. 



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Elevator Enclosure. 
A. E, Rea Building, Ottawa. Ross & McDonald, Architects. 



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CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO. 



CANADIAN ORXA^IEXTAL IROX CO., 

Toronto, Oxt. 




Fireproof Stairs axd Exclosvre ^J[.\DE of Xo. id Galge Sheet Steel. 



INFOR^IATIOX. Details and prices furnished on. application. 



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Gates of the Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Ont. 




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CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO 



CANADIAN ORNAMENTAL IRON CO 

Toronto, Ont, 




Residentce, GErrard B. StraThy, Toronto, 
Eustace G. Bird, Architect. 



SPECIAL 
DESIGNS 



Iron Fencing and Gates furnished 



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3 FT. 6 IN. Htgh 1-rom Ground, H in. Square Iron, $1.75 per Foot, FOB Toronto 
3 ■' ' ]4 " " " J. 50 '■ 




3 FT. 6 IN. High from Ground. H in. Square Iron, S2.75 per Foot. F.O.E. Toronto 
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RON STAIRS, ETC. 



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PRODUCTS. 



DOMINION ARCHITECTURAL IRONWORKS, LIMITED 

Works and Offices: 63 & 65 Dalhousie Street, 

MONTREAL. 



We manufacture and install "MODERN METHOD" STAIRS, FIRE ESCAPES. 
ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES, GATES, RAILINGS, GRILLES. MARQUISES, 
METAL LOCKERS, SIDEWALK and VAULT LIGHTS. METAL SASH, CASE- 
MENTS, STORE FRONTS, STRUCTURAL vSTEEL WORK. We are also general 
workers in Brass, Bronze and Ornamental Iron. 

Modern Method Stairs are the strongest and lightest stair made, being of all-steel 
construction, adaptable to any form of tread, such as marble, terrazzo. concrete, etc. 

For details regarding the construction of these stairs, see ad. of Canadian Orna- 
mental Iron Co., and also Manitoba Bridge Co., Winnipeg. We are the licensees 
for the manufacture of "Modern Method" Stairs for Tvastern Canada. 




REFERENCES. 



The above cut shows a MoDfiRN MertEOD St.mr ivitii M.vrbli; TsEads and Enclosed Stringers. M.vKrNi: a verv s.ytispacthbv jtiB, 

Owing to the absence of cast iron in the construction of these stairs, the delays 
unavoidable to pattern making and foundry work are eliminated. 

This form of stair construction is considered by Fire Underwriters safest ahd best 
where marble and slate treads arc used, because the treads are supported by a steel 
plate underneath. 

We give below a list of buildings with "Modern INIethod" Stairs installed by us: 

"Herald" Building Montreat. Allan Munro Colour Co.'s Building Xfontreal. 

"Regent" Apartments, . Montreal. No. 25 Fire Station Montreal. 

"Marbridge" Apartments Montreal. Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.'s New 

"Claridge" Apartments Montreal. Building Montreal. 

"Elgin" Apartments Montreal. Canadian Vicker's New Building Montreal. 

Canada Sugar Refining Co.'s New Build- " Limoilou " School Umoilou, P.Q. 

ing Montreal. Quebec Harbour Commissioners' Office 

Northern Electric and Manufacturing Building Quebec, P.Q. 

Co.'s New Building Montreal. Apartment House .- Ottawa. 



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PRODUCTS 



STAIRS. 



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JOHN WATSON & SON OF MONTREAL, LIMITED 

ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS, 

167 TO 181 Wellington Street and 85 to ioi Ann Street, 

MONTREAL, QUE. 



We inaTiufacture and install 
all kinds of Ornamental Iron 
Work for all kinds of buildings, 
including Stairs, Fire Escapes, 
Elevator Enclosures, Prism 
Lights, jMarquises, etc. 

We make a specialty of Stairs, 
and can make and erect a 
flight of stairs in two working 
days after measurements are 
taken. 



FACILITIES. We have our own Foundry 

and Pattern Shop, and, conse- 
quently, have no delay in get- 
ting out work. Members of our 
staff have had extensive ex- 
perience in the largest shops in 
New York, and know how to 
get work out on time, a point 
always kept speciall}' in view. 
This experience is an im- 
portant asset, and our patrons 
benefit Ijv it. 



LONG 
EX- 
PERIENCE 



RECENT 

CONTRACTS. 



John Watson & Son, Father, 
Son and Grandson, have had an 
experience in the Ornamental 
Iron business in Montreal for 
over fort)- years, a fact deserv- 
ing consideration, especially as 
many concerns engaged in Or- 
namental Iron ^^'ork have come 
and gone in the meantime, often 
leaving loss and disappointment 
behind them. 

\\g are getting a large share 
of the extensive buildings being 
erected in Montreal and Ottawa 
to equip, a fact which, we think, 
speaks not only for excellent 
workmanship, but also prompt- 
ness in delivery. 

Transportation Building. Monlreal. 

Dominion Express Building, Montreal. 

ivlajor Building. Montreal. 

Sommer Building. Montreal. 

Read Building, Montreal. 

Four Y.M.C.A. Buildings, Montreal. 

Kew- Cu5toms E-xaraining Warehouse, Montreal 

Rideau Hall, Ottawa. 

Booth Building. Ottawa. 

Bank Xote Building, Ottawa. 

Bell Telephone, Ottawa. 




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Imperial Wire and Cable Building, Montreal 
Shaughnessy Building. Montreal. 
Frontenac Breweries. Montreal- 
Postal Station "C," Montreal. 
Central Union Station, Ottawa. 
Bell Telephone Buildings, Toronto- 
Parliament Buildings, Regina. 
Mappen & Webb, Montreal. 
Merling Refuge. Montreal. 
High School, Montreal. 
Goodwins Store Building, Montreal. 



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THE DOMINION ORNAMENTAL IRON CO., LIMITED 



THE DOMINION ORNAMENTAL IRON CO., LIMITED 

Office and Works: 1195 Queen Street East, 

TORONTO, ONT. 



PRODUCTS. 



We are Manufacturers of Stairs in Wrought and Cast Iron, Fire Escapes, 
Elevator Enclosures, Marquises and Canopies, Bank Counter Screens, Fences and 
Gates, Balconies, Window Grilles, Lamps and Brackets, Gratings, Light Structural 
Iron Work, Iron Doors, Wire Work, Hammered Leaf Work, Fire Irons, Hoods, 
Baskets, Fenders, Andirons, etc., and Ornamental Iron, Brass and Bronze Work of 
every description. 








DESIGNS AND 
ESTIMATES. 



We shall be pleased at any time to furnish estimates on architects' drawings and 
to submit special designs upon request. Correspondence solicited. 



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ESTEY BROS. CO. 



Winnipeg RfipRfisENTATiVES: 
N. J. DiN-EEN & Co., Ltd. 

Toronto Representatives: 
Scott, Hammond & Pratt, Ltd. 



New York. 



Montreal. 



ORNAMENTAL BRONZE AND IRONWORK. 



Office:' 

2-4 St. Cecile Stkeet. 

Canadian Works: 

St. James, Cathedral> St. CecilE 

Streets. 



PRODUCTS, 



SPECIALISTS IN STRICTLY HIGH-CLASS BRONZE WORK. Banking 
Screens, Entranxe Doors, Grilles, Railings, Lamp Standards, Tablets, Ele- 
vator Enclosures, vStairs, Etc., in Bronze, Iron or Electro-Plated. 




Royal Trust Eldc, Montreal. 



Bruxze Counter Screen. 



McKiM, Mead & White, Architects, 




Fort Garkv Hotel. Winnipeg. 



Bronze Balcony Rail. 



Ross & McDonald, Architects. 



specl^l 

DESIGNS. 



Our Designing Department is at the service of architects, with whom it is our 
aim to co-operate at all times. 



AIL CHUTES 



191 THE CANADIAN CUTLER MAIL CHUTE COMPANY, LIMITED 



THE CANADIAN CUTLER MAIL CHUTE COMPANY, LIMITED 

General Office and Works: 
MONTREAL, CANADA. 



PRODUCTS 



Type F 
Open. 



CUTLER MAILING EQUIPMENT. 

We are the sole Manufacturers and Dealers in Canada of Models F 
and C, the latest improved Mail Chutes. Their interiors are under 
Government lock and are easily and quickly accessible, as the front is 
removable in convenient sections. These fronts are set inside of the 
Chute Channel, their edges being covered by a protecting flange, which 
effectively prevents malicious or mischievous persons from pulling or 
prying them forward. 

The Chute is very simple and substantial in design and construc- 
tion. 

In appearance these Chutes are neat and of an architectural 
character appreciated and much commended by architects. 

The Cutler Mail Chute Equipment is a necessity in any modern 
building of the ofifice, apartment, or hotel variety, because in such 
buildings the convenient and certain despatch of mail is a matter of 
first importance, and the Cutler Mail Chutes afford the best means 
of securing this result. 

The Cutler Mail Chute is Patented and Authorized, and is in 
strict accordance with Post Ofhce requirements. 





No. 1350 A Mail Box. 



No. 1 165 Mail Box. 



We have installed Cutler ^Mailing Equipments in all the leading office 
buildings, apartment houses, and hotels throughout Canada. Upon 
request, we shall be pleased to submit special designs in harmony with 
any style of building. 

Fuh information as to cost of installation will be furnished upon 
application to the Company's General Offices, Montreal, or any of its 
numerous Agents located in the principal cities throughout Canada. 

Write for our latest booklet "B." 



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Type F 
Closed. 



KAWNEER MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 



192 METAL STORE FRONTS AND ARCHITECTURAL MOULUlWCiS 



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KAWNEER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED 

METAL STORE FRONTS AND ARCHTrECTURAL MOULDINGS. 

TORONTO, CAN. 



Agents : 



Kawneer Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

1017 New Birks Bldc, Montreal, Que. 

Canadian-Western Bldrs. Supplies, Ltd., 

301 Dominion Bank Bldg., Saskatoon, Sask. 

Saskatchewan Glass and Supply Co., Ltd., 

Moose Jaw, Sask. 

The J. H. Lavallee Co., Ltd., 

Edmonton, Alta. 

D. J. Mackenzie, 

194 Queen St., Ottawa, Ont, 



Braid & McCurdy, 
Tribune Building, Winnipeg, Man. 
Western Supply and Equipment Co., 

Lethbridge, Alta. 

Western Supply and Equipment Co., 

Calgary, Alta. 

Ames Bros., 

Welton Block, Vancouver, B.C. 

R. Angus, 

1 105 Wharf St., Victoria, B.C. 



PRODUCTS. 



CO-OPERATION. 



DESCRIPTION. 



"KAWNHHR" 
STORE FRONTS. 



VENTILATION 
AND DRAINAGE. 



Manufacturers of Kawneer Store Fronts in solid copper, brass, 
bronze and aluminum; Kawneer Architectural Metal Mouldings in 
cold-rolled and drawn copper, brass, bronze, aluminum and steel. 




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In addition, many architectural metal mouldings, as well as special mouldings made to the 
particular specification of the architect, can be furnished promptly. An engineering department is 
maintained to give you complete information, accompanied by drawings to architects wherever 
special usages of construction are required. 

Kawneer No. 30 Metal Sash, shown in the accompanying details, provide for the regulation 
of show ^vindow %"entiIation and drainage. By moving the V-shaped slide every vent-hole in the 
gutter is simultaneously opened or closed. The slide is operated from the inside of the show window, 
and is made, as are all other 
parts, of solid copper, brass, 
bronze, or aluminum, as de- 
sired. Metal Sash Nos. 30, 
60 and 130 arc equipped with 
movable slide. 



"Kawneer" is a narrow, 
inconspicuous, all-metal con- 
strnction, designed to give 
the greatest possible space 
for \vindow display. The glass 
is held rigidly with a spring 
cushion grip, which insures 
the safest possible setting for 
the glass; one that provides 
for the expansion and con- 
traction, vibration from wind, 
and any inequalities in 
the thickness. All glass is set 
from the outside. 

Metal vSash Xo. 30, No. 
60, No. 100 and No. 130 are 
piovided with a ventilation 
system that allows the en- 
trance of a full current of air. 
This air circulates along the 
inner surface of the glass, ab- 
sorbs the moisture and pre- 
vents the formation of frost or 
sweat. Drainage is also pro- 
vided for, and in summer Sash 
Nos. 30, 60 and 130 can be 
rrade absolutely dust-tight b}^ 
the slide built in the gutter. 






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KAWNEER MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 



SETTING. 



ELEVATED 
DISPLAYS. 

MATERIAL 



FIiNISHES. 



All sash may be set directly against a brick, iron, concrete, marble or wood jamb or sill. A back- 
ing, either of wood or an angle iron i^" high, is used in which to fasten the screw of Sash Nos. 30 
and 130. AU other sash are self-supporting and require no backing whatever. 

Sash No. 50 is especially designed for displays above the first storey. Glass is set in this sash 
from the inside. 

All exposed metal is either copper, brass, bronze or aluminum, pure lake copper being used for 
all oxidized or antique copper hnishes, as well as for the polished copper linish. This gives absolute 
freedom from rot, rust or warp, and obviates any necessity of painting the store front. 

"KawnEEr" material is manufactured in the following fmishes: Polished copper, brass, bronze 

and aluminum, gun metal or black oxidized copper, spotted oxidized copper, statuary copper, dull 
brass, antique brass, antique or old copper, and brushed bronze. 



DETAILS OF KAWNEER STORE FRONTS, QUARTER FULL SIZE. 




EjULAHLAD N' C1069 



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EASYSET STORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION CO. 



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METAL STORE FRONT; 




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ALL METAL 



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Thf Strongest and Most Attractive All-Metal Store 

iHfc, OiKUI\ue,si AiNL. xviv^o* ^x 5T0RL FRONT CONSTRUCTlOti. 

5T0RL FRONT CONSTRUCTION Front CONSTRUCTION ON THE Market. 

TORONTO, CANADA. 
H. J. vSt. Clair Co. Ltd., Manufacturers of "Easyset" for Dominion of Canada, Toronto, Ont. 



CAXADIAN REPRESENTATIVES WHO CARRY STOCK OK "EASYSET." 

Dabtseli. Limited. . , . , Montreal^ Que. Calgary Paint A^.D Glass Co.. Ltd 

Marier it Tremblay, Ltd - - ■ Quebec. Que. 

McFarland & Douglas. Ltd Ottawa, Ont. 

H.J.ST. Clair Co Ltd \\inkipeo, Man. 

WixNiFEG Faint and Glass Co.. Ltd Winnipeg. Man. 

CoNSouuATKD Plate Glass Co.. Ltd Toronto. Ont. 

LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES. 

„ London Ont Rowman Suppi-v Co 

Tw^N orv sandco.:: : ::::::::::;:::::;::;;;:::::::" pokr wIlll.m, ox-t. f'^^j^^^f^^ij I"c^j^''- "-^ 

HAv:i.rKY Mrr. Co Brando.n. I^Un. ]■ B. Turnly & Co 

CuxI-XAL BilCuEBs' SUPPLY Co Moos^ Jaw, Sask. Twin City Sand Co 

All DETAirs Shown Here are Half-Size. 



Wm, X- O'Neil Co., Ltd 

Wm. N, O'Neil Co.. Ltd 

MackenziE-Hazbll Supplv Co 

Edmonton Paint and Glass Co.. Ltd, 
Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd. 



Cai.garv» Alta. 
Vancouver. B.C. 
Victoria. B.C, 
Regii^a, Sase. 
Edmonton, Alta. 
Winnipeg, Man. 



pRiNcG Albert, SaSK- 
Saskatoon. Sask. 
Lethbridge, Alta. 
Port Arthur, Ont. 



CORNER BAR. 




M0.4B 




NO.^-C. 




DIVISION BAR. 



No, 15. B 




SASH RAILS. 



REVERSE CORNER BAR 




No- 4 A Corner Bar- 



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from Sidewalk to "I" fleam 

BhoiiVLni EtByiCE Ccjnirruniuf 



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Note how the reinforce- H..i;.™t. 
ment iits mside the outer c-«.in, 

covering — thus, when 
the bar is installed and 
the nut is tightened, it 
draws the outside of the 
bar to the glass, instead 
of forcing it away, as is 
the case with most bars. 
The glass is gripped some 
distance from the edge, 
thus preventing breakage 
from " pinching" ■ — a 
small piece of wood fitted 
over the screw protects 
the edge of the glass. 
This l)ar is designed to 
take care of the varia- 
tion in thickness of plate 
glass without bending or 
springing the metal. 

No. 4 C. similar to 4 
A, but larger; also rein- 
forced bv steel. This bar 
we highly recommend. 

No. 1 5 A.R. We .show 
half-size detail of our 
Division Bar. As with 
the Corner Bar, the re- 
inforcement fits inside the outer covering, and the same principle 
is employed — that of drawing the outside section of the bar to the 
glass. The edges of the glass are also left free, preventing "pinch- 
ing." This bar is also arranged to provide for variation in thickness 
of glass. The end of this bar rests on the edge of the metal sash 
rail, and the inner part is anchored to the floor. Small steel anchors, 
with screws complete, are furnished for this purpose. This shows 
the steel reinforcement, which is not necessary under 108" glass. 

No. 25 A. We show above a half-size detail of our Metal Sash Rail, w^ith ventilating drainage 
system- Glass is set from outside. Tension obtained from inside screws, No outside screws to 
mar the face of the sash or to work loose and release the tension. These inside screws should be 
tightened evenly. 

No. 25 B. Sash Rail. Is similar to 25 A in appearance, but is so constructed as to be readily 
applied to stone, marble, brick or steel. The setting block is of solid steel, mounted with leather. 
It is in two pieces and readily adjustable; it can be raised or lowered. This absolutely prevents 
the edge of the glass from coming in contact with metal. All caps which cover joints are then put 
in place. These caps, with the necessary screws, are shipped with each order. This rail is a frost- 
preventive when show windows are built air-tight, allowing only the air entering through the 
metal sash to circulate. It has the drainage system also. 

Made of heavy gauge Copper, Brass. Aluminum, or Bronze. 

vSpecial finishes: Oxidized, Nickle, Gun ^Metal, Statuary Bronze, Satin Bronze, Satin Brass, 
and Sand Blast Copper. If interested, send for our catalogue, showing the great disappearing 
awning and our different mouldings. 

We remodel the entire store front and show windows. Send for design book B, showing 
many of the latest and up-to-date Store Fronts. 




rORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION 



195 



THE HOBBS MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 



THE HOBBS MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 



Montreal. 



Toronto. 



LONDON. 



Winnipeg. 



Vancouver 



PRODUCTS. 



DESCRIPTION. 



We are Canadian Agents for the THORNE HOLD-FAST PATENT METAL BAR SYSTEM 
OF STORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION. 

The Thome Hold-Fast Patent Metal Bar System not only does away with the unsightly wooden 
posts, but it provides a setting for the glass that eliminates breakage, which other metallic bars 
not manufactured on the Thorne scientiiic basis, will not do. 

These bars are drawn from seamless tubes which gi\'e greater strength and provide a perfectly 
smooth and even rabbett for the Plate Glass, in this way eliminating the danger of the glass 
sliding over on the bolt as is the case with other metal constructions. 

Plate Glass Insurance Companies accept these bars on the same basis as wooden posts. 








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Details of Store Front Construction. 



INFORMATION. 



Full information and catalogues furnished upon request. 
See our advertisement on page 137. 



TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED 



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TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. OF CANADA, LTD 

BRIDGEBURG, ONTARIO. 



PRODUCTS. 



We Manufacture REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, GRILLES and SCREENS 
OF Stock or Special Design in Bronze, Brass, Cast Iron, Steel or Wire. 



A few Stock Design AA'arm Air Registers are shown below. 



Floor Registers. 



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Cast rRQx — Pl.^i.n L^^ttice. 



Side Wall Register. 




All-Steel — Plaix LAirrrcE. 
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Sfiin-STEEL — Sc^LE Design. 



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Semi-Steel — Ixdlax Lattice, 
Also made in pl^iij Lattice. 



Base Board Register. 




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The "Ql-ick Set/' 
Xote lar^e capacity, i? x 14 size is especially 
adapted to deep flues. 



Base Board Registers 




The "Defiance" — 4!' Deep 
(for la' OR 14' PlPEJ. 




All-Steel — Plain Lattice 



Side Wall Register. 



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Semi-Steel — Moortsr. 
Our Side Wall RtKisters can be set either way. 







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All-Steel — Plain- Lattice Design. 



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;GISTERS 



197 



TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. OF CAINADA, LTD. 



TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. OF CANADA, LTD. 







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A Few Examples of Registers, Grilles and Screens Selected tri^m Over 400 Spiscial Deigns 

Made to order only, with an additional charge over the cost of stock goods. 



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198 



REGISTERS 



SPECL^L 
DESIGNS. 



GRILLES AXD 
SCREENS. 

CAST GRILLES 



STEEL GRILLES. 



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TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. OE CANADA, LTD. 



We make a specialty- of desigris suited to all orders of decoration, including Louis XIV., Louis X\^., 
Colonial, Gothic, Moorish, Old English, Elizabethan, etc. A few of these, suitable for registers or 
grilles, are shown. \Ve ha\'e over four hundred designs, covering all styles from the severely simple 
Plain Lattice to the most ornate Renaissance. 

Grilles and Screens of all sizes, to cover steam coils or for ventilation, are made in any finish, of 
cast-iron, bronze, or brass metal, stamped steel, stamped brass, or woven wire. 

Bronze or Cast-Iron Grilles have rims which var\- in width according to size, the thickness of the 
rim being less than that oi the fretwork. In the section shown below, A is the body size or size of opening 
to be covered; B is the extreme outside measure, and C the daylight opening. Unless otherwise stated, 
we assume that sizes given on orders are bod}- sizes "A." Plain Lattice cast Grilles are made in almost 
all sizes ibody sizes) of even inches. The mesh is J-g of an inch square and the bars approximatelv 
]/i of an inch, ^'a^ious methods of fastening these Grilles and providing means of access to steam valves 
or for cleaning purposes are shown. Any of the special design Grilles can be similarly arranged. Esti- 
mates for providing hinges and catches or the special frames shown will be sent on application. 

While not as substantial in appearance or as lasting as cast-iron. Steel Grilles are cheaper and have 
their uses under certain conditions. They are made of sheet steel perforated in y^" or J-^" mesh. The 
J/^" mesh is standard and is always supplied unless otherwise specified, but we also make 3^" mesh 
in iDOth square and diagonal lattice. 



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rims will varj- from \ inch lo i inch, at! around, according to 
size of grille. Estimktfci for heavier gauge or wider sizes fur- 
nished OQ applicalioa. 




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TABLE FITTINGS 



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WARDEN KING, LIMITED 



executive office and works! 

Bennett Ave., Maisonkeuve, 

MONTREAL, QUE. 



WARDEN KING, LIMITED 

sales office and city warehouse 
151 Craig vStreet West, 
MONTREAL, OUE. 



TORONTO BRANCH: 
200 Adelaide vStreet West. 



PRODUCTS. 



EvSTIMATEvS. 



We manufacture and carry in stock a complete line of vStablE Fittings in Cast or 
Wrought Iron and Brass, Open vStalls, Box Stalls, Hay Racks, Mangers, Troughs, 
vStall Guards, Wheel Guards, Stall Posts, Name Plates, Cesspools, Gutters, 
Yard Grates, Brackets, Oat Cleaners, etc. 

We will he pleased to submit estimates from drawin^^s and specifications. 




CATALOGUE. 



Our 70-page vStable Fittings Catalogue for 1913, fully illustrated, and Ijound in blue 
and gold, has been sent to all architects throughout the Dominion. If it has not reached 
the ofhce of any architect, we shall be pleased to mail a copy upon request. 

See also our advertisement on pages 258 to 262. 



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ALLITH 
FLUSH 

ADJUSTABLE 
HANGER. ^ 



FIRE-DOOR 
FIXTURES. 



IMPORTANT. 



"RELIABLE" 
DOOR 

HANGER 
AND TRACK. 



PARLOUR 

DOOR 

HANGERS. 



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THE ALLITH MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED 

HAMILTON, ONT. . 



We are manufacturers of "RELIABLE" SLIDING DOOR FIXTURES for Fire, 
Parlour, Garag:e and Warehouse Doors, SLIDING STORE LADDERS, MER- 
CHANDISE CARRIERS, etc. 



The AlHth Flush Ad- 
justable Hanger is the only 
Hanger on the market 
which ensures a wind-tight, 
storm-proof, rain-tight, and 
absolutely weatherproof 
Door. 



The Allith Trolley Track is self- 
cleaning — made from 13 gauge steel. 
We also make the Allith Trolley 
Hanger (as illustrated) , with an 
apron or pendant. Track and 
wheels are the same as in the Flush, 
but differ on the door attachment. 
In the Trolley Hanger, door overlaps 
the same as all other Hangers on the 
market. 



Our Fire-Door Fixtures are 
regularly inspected and labelled 
under the direction of the Under- 
writers' Laboratories (Inc.). 

All styles made— Sliding, vSwing, 

Vertical. 

Write for drawing illustrating 
latest device for vSwing Fixtures, -> 
Malleable Fixtures, Round Steel 
Track wdth Adjustable Supports. 

In ordering Fire-Door Fixtures, 
give width of opening (not width of 
door) and thickness of door. 





The "Rehable" Door Hanger 
and Track has stood the test for 
years, and is, to-day, acknowledged 
the easiest running combination on 
the market. 



Supports are adjustable, can be 
slid along track to a place where grip 
is strongest. The "Rehable" Track 
is different from the old style track 
with the rivetted supports. 





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:OAL CHUTES 



201 



THE GALT STOVE & FURNACE CO., LIMITED 



THE GALT STOVE & FURNACE CO., LIMITED 



GALT, ONTARIO, CANADA. 



THE YOKES HARDWARE CO., 

Toronto, Ont. 
W. A. RANKIN. 

Ottawa, Ont. 
BOSSE & BANKS, 

Quebec, Que. 
H. F- DARTNELL, 

No. 8 Beaver Hall Square, 
MoNTREAi., Que, 



AGENCIES: 

GORMAN, CLANCY & GRINDLEY, Ltd./ 

Edmonton, Alta. 
GORMAN. CLANCY & GRINDLEY, Ltd., 

Calgary, Alta. 
WILLIAM N. O^NEIL CO., Ltd., 

Vancouver, B.C. 
DENNIS WIRE AND IRON WORKS CO., Ltd., 

London, Ont, 
THE WINNIPEG PAINT & GLASS CO., 

Winnipeg, AIan. 



KVERV MODKRxN BUILDING SHOULD BE EQUIPPED WITH A "MAJESTIC" COAL CHUTE. 

"IMAJESTIC" The "Majestic" Coal and Wood Chute is designed to be placed in the basement 

COAL CHUTE, wall, the same as a window, for depositing coal, wood or other fuel into the basement, 

which is the storehouse for fuel in modern houses. It furnishes a protection to the 
building when the door is opened, and locks automatically when closed, rendering it 
positively burglar proof. The use of this chute avoids the nuisance of broken windows, 
badly disfigured or probably totally demoHshed window frames each time coal is put 
into the basement. 






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majestic" chute, open. 



model" chute, closed. 



"MODEL" 
COAL CHUTE 



CONSTRUC- 
TION. 



The "Model" Coal Chute is provided with two sheets of "Rubber Glass," which 
is transparent and serves as a window. A sheet of steel drops down over the glass, 
when the door is opened, protecting it from breakages. This steel sheet lies at the 
bottom of the hopper when the door is closed, allowing light to shine through the glass 
unobstructed. In the summer months the glass can be removed and a screen inserted, 
allowing pure ventilation. 

These chutes are constructed with a cast-iron frame and a heavy steel body. 
They are strong and durable, so as to stand rough usage. 



"MAJESTIC." 



"MODEL." 



Made in three sizes: 



NO, SIZE OF OPENING IN WALL. 

1. i6 in. high, 22 in. wide, 13 in. deep. 

2. 16 in. high, 27 in. \yide, 13 in. deep. 

3. 22 in. high, ^^3 in. wide, 18 in. deep. 
10. 16 in. high, 27 in. wide, 13 in. deep. 



OTHER 
PRODUCTS; 



Made one size only; 

Our booklet describes it more minutely. Send for a copy. 

We are also manufacturers of Furnaces, Stoves and Ranges 



THE WHITTAKER STOVE WORKS 



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FIREPLACE FURNISHINGS 



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DOME 
DAMPERS. 



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GRATES. 



SIZES. 



CATALOGUE 



THE WHITTAKER STOVE WORKS 

WINDSOR. ONT. 



- We are manufacturers of EiREPLAcie Furnishings "only"; Electric Mantel 
Grates. Coal Grates, Portable Baskets, Andirons, Ash Dumps, Iron Linings, etc. 

A new damper, the mechanism of which is simplicity itself, and cannot get out of 
order Has sloping top and ends, with a solid door. The door is operated from out- 
side by a rod through the setting, and the pinion wheel and jaw is fully exposed from 
the inside, so that it is very easily put in position. 

There can be no rattle in this damper 
caused by the wind blowing down the chim- 
ney, as the spring from the pinion wheel to side 
of damper eliminates all this trouble; this 
feature alone recommends the damper. 



The door can be placed at an)' angle, and 
will remain at this point, thus giving a quick 
or slow combustion, as desired. 

This damper is of heavy construction, 
and, having a 232-in. flange in front, acts as 
an arch bar or lintel. 

The door can be removed at any time b}' lifting it away from left end and drawing 
it away from opposite side. 






Front. 


Back. 


Depth. 




Base of Dome 


1 


Height 
of Dome. 


No. 


Front. 


Back. 


Depth. 


10 


28 

34 
40 
46 
52 


22 3>'o 

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16 

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16 
16 
16 


24 
30 
36 

45 
48 


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30^2 

36H 
42^ 


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12 K 

12M 
12M 
12H 


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We make a large variety of 
designs in Electric Grates. The 
No. 15 Grate shown here is made 
only with 3 Radiator globes, size 

2^}4 X 30>^. 

Specify Electric Mantel 
Grates— no odour — no ashes — no 
dust. 

24>^ X 30 ^/j^ htted with three 
250-Watt heating globes; 30^ x 
30^4 fitted with four 250-Watt 
heating globes. Wired with switch 
attached to grate ready to install. 



All Mantel and Tile Dealers 
carry a line of our goods, or apply 
direct to us. Send for catalogue. 




sASH OPERATORS 



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DEARBORN HARDWARE MANUFACTURING CO 



DEARBORN HARDWARE AIANUFACTURING CO 

2911-2919 Carroll Avhnue, 
CHICAGO. ILL. 
Represented by the Leading Hardware Dealers. 



PRODUCTS. 



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"TRIUMPH 
ROLLER-BEARING 
SASH OPERATOR. 



"IDEAL" SASH 
OPERATOR. '- 



SPECIFICATION 



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We are Manufacturers of all kinds of 
Sash Operating Devices for all kinds of Sash, 
including our "Triumph," "Reliance, 
"Ideal," "Victor/* "Pilot," "Peerless, 
"Pneumatic," "Twin," "Duplex." "Mon- 
arch" and "vStandard" Operators, suit- 
able for Factory Buildings, Railroad .Shops, 
Power Houses, Government Buildings, Con- 
servatories, etc. 

The "Triumph"' Operator is provided 
with a worm and gear, and is a very power- 
ful device of easy operation. It is especially 
designed for controUing Monitor and other 
skylight sash, as by means of idler sprockets 
the straps and chain connecting the Oper- 
ator with the main shaft above, can be 
carried around corners and angles with the 
least possible friction, avoiding travelling 
cranes and other machinery. 

A heavy roller-bearing support, with 
brace, is placed on the main shaft near the 
sprocket wheel, giving the shaft extra sup- 
port at that point. 

This Operator will control a run of 125 
feet in length of side pivoted sash and top or 
bottom hinged sash in proportion. It holds 
and locks the sash in any position and is 
made in two sizes. 





■ Triumph " Roller-Bearing Sash Operator. 



Ideal 
Sash Operator. 

The "Ideal" Operator is especially 
adapted to Monitor and Skylight Sash, 
where a vertical operating rod with hand 
wheel cannot be applied. The chain is 
brought down within easy reach from floor. 

This Operator will control a run of 100 feet in length of side pivoted sash and top or bottom 
hinged sash in proportion. Holds and locks the sash in any position and is made in several sizes. 

The main or horizontal shaft to be not less than i 5-16 inch O.D. Standard Pipe. 

Shaft couplings for the main shaft made to properly clamp to the shaft by means of four strong 

bolts and properly set-screwed. 

Shaft brackets to support the main shaft shall be placed on each mullion, except where sash 

are less than 3 feet wide. 

Each Operator must be mide to fit the trim, and so constructed that same can be properly bolted 
to mullions or wall, as the case may be, and held rigid at all times. 

The levers or arms shall be made to clamp to the main shaft with two strong bolts, and provided 

with set screws. 

The vertical or operating rod used on the Standard and Reliance Operators is to be not less than 
% inch C.R. Steel, and must be provided with proper couplings and steady brackets. 

All side pivoted sash, forty inches or more wide, and all top or bottom hinged sash thirty inches 
or more wide, shall have two lever connections each. 



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SLIDING DOOR HAWLiKKS, LUCKS, ETC 



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RELIANCE BALL BEARING DOOR HANGER COMPANY 

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. 

AGENTS : 

Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Vancouver and Victoria. 

douglas-milligan, limited, montreal, toronto and ottawa. 
Waite-Fullerton Co., Ltd., Winnipeg and Calgary. 



PRODUCTS. 



Manufacturers of Sliding 
Door Hangers and Elevator 
Door Locks and Drawer 
Slides. 



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order at our own Plant . 
Anv ordinary order can be 
shipped within a ■\veek. 



CONSTRUC 
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All hangers are made with 
groo\'ed tracks, \vitli solid 
steel balls running in the 
grooves. No Wheels. 



ILLUSTRA- 
TIONS. 



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Fig. I. Made with drawn 
metal tracks, designed es- 
pecially for light grille doors, 
bank work, etc., weighing 
up to 75 lbs. Known as 
Style "G." 

Fig. 2. Style "C" for 
Single Door. From back of 
back plate to centre of bolt 
connecting to top of door 
H" to iVb". Good hanger 
for thin door. 

Fig. 3. Style "E" for 
Single Door. From back of 
back plate to centre of bolt 
for connecting to top of 
door iVa" to 2". Adapted 
to wider and heavier doors. 

Fig. 4. Style "H." Double 
gear device for moving two 
doors in opposite directions 
at the same time. Allow i" 
above back plate for open- 
ing device. Width of back 
plate 4" to 5". 

Fig. 5. Style "K." Two- 
Speed Hanger for moving 
two doors in same direction, 
one at double the speed of 
the other. Allow i" above 
back plate for opening de- 
vice. Width of back plate 
4" to 5". 




PARTITION -----^ DOOR 

Fic. I,— SHOWING SINGLE DOOR— CLOSED. 




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PANEL DOOR 

Fig. 2.— showing SINGLE DOOR— CLOSED. 




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ILLUSTRA- 
TIONS. 



Fig. 6.— Style "B," with device 
to swing both door and panel into 
hall in order to get full width of 
opening, (This device can be used 
with any of our various makes of 
hangers.) It is used where it is im- 
practicable to swing the transom 
bar overhead. We advise swinging 
the transom bar in all cases where 
possible. Width of back plate 3" to 
sM". From back of back plate to 
centre of bolt for top of door %". 




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-Showing singlejhatiger "B" with device to 
swifib' door and panel into hall. 



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about half size. 



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Pic. 10,— bar lock. No. 99. 

With this lock the door cun. be opent;:! 
with one strai^'ht pull on the handle, the 
catch aad handle rotating enough so that 
the lock is di?;eii^;i;^ed. Can he eil.hur 
hroHKe or oxidised finish. R-eciwirts j^ 
from face of door. 



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Fig. 8.— gravity LATCH. 
No. 3- 

Can be arranged to unlock From 
haEl. Has no proj(!Ctions [ji^yond 
edge of door to catch clothing:. 

Back plate. 4J' x 5]': thickness. 




Fic. 9.— BAR LOCK. 

Suitable for single or double doors. Dull 
fini?:h brass tubiiis- Total length. 5'' S'_ 
Reqiiireg ij" from [ace of door. Locks 
tracks of hanger. 



SPECIFICATIONS. Specify *' Reliance'' Hangers, with name of opening device if double doors. 

ORDERING. In ordering, please state actual width of sliding door (not the opening), thickness of same, approxi- 

mate weight, whether of wood or iron; and if two or three doors travelling in same direction, state 
which way doors close looking from inside elevator car. 

REFERENCES. We will furnish list of installations and any special information on request. 



RICHARDS-WILCOX CANADIAN COMPANY, LTD. 



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RICHARDS-WILCOX CANADIAN COMPANY, LLMITED 

. LONDON, ONTARIO. 

RICHARDS-WILCOX MF'G COMPANY 

AURORA, ILL., U.S.A. 

Manufacturers of 
DOOR HANGERvS, FIRE DOOR HARDWARE, AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. 




MoNTREAi.. Que., 448 St. Paul vStreet. 
New York, N.Y., 85 Walker vStreet. 
Boston, Mass., 132 Pearl Street. 



Branch Offices: 

Chicago, III., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 
St. Louis, Mo., 



15 East Lake Street. 
50 N. 6th Street. 
1609 Chemical Bldg. 



"A HANGER FOR ANY DOOR THAT vSLIDES." 



PRODUCTS. 



HOUSE 

DOOR HANGERS 

AND TRACK. 



R-^\' 19 HERO 
BALL-BEARING 
TROLLEY 
DOOR HANGER. 



R-W 122 

"ROYAL" 

BALL-BEARING 

TROLLEY 

HOUSE DOOR 

HANGER. 

RA\' 135 S\A'IYEL 
AUDITORIUM 
DOOR HANGER. 



Door Hangers for Sliding Doors of all kinds, sizes and weights; Fire Door 
Fixtures; Overhead Carrying Systems and Hardware Specialties. 

Suggestion to Architects. 

The reason there are so many unsatisfactory sliding doors in Canada is that sliding 
door hangers hare been listed in the ordinary specification with nails and sash tveights as 
"Rough Hardii'ure/' The only way to get good sliding doors is to specify good hangers — 
the difference in cost is a trifle. 

R-W Trolley Door Hangers and Track are furnished 
with a wood header, which is easily installed. Adjust- 
ment in both hanger and track. If necessary, track can 
be easily taken down after walls are plastered. Weight 
is centre-hung, which does away with the binding and 
chafing commonly experienced with side-hung hangers. 

Has noiseless, fibre, ball-bearing wheels. Largely 
used because it is simple in form, inexpensive, strong and 
durable ; meets all ordinary constructive requirements for 
sliding doors, and costs but a trifle more than the ordinary 
flat track hanger. (Actual vertical adjustment in side- 
hung hangers is from 3-8 in. to ^ ^ in. exclusively in hanger. 
R-W Trolley Hangers have 132-in. adjustment in track 
in addition.) 

Designed for the best class of residences and apart- 
ment buildings. Has wide tread on wheels, which run on 
hard maple track. Two-wheel truck. Pendant hung 
from exact centre, distributing weight of door evenly, in- 
suring true and noiseless operation. Easy and quick 
adjustment in both hanger and track. , 

^lade in four sizes; for folding and sliding partition 
doors. A'crtical screw adjustment; ball-bearing swivel 
pendant. One No. 135 Hanger used on every other door, 
beginning with door farthest from half-door. Nos. i and 
2 size furnished with metal wheels if desired. 




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1 

Hanger For Track 
Xo- Xo, 


Wheels Regular 


Thickness 
of Doors 


Distance from 

Top of ]')oor 

to Heading 

Tiiiiber 


135-0 

135-01 
'35-1 


30^ 

31 
31 

33 


Steel ball-bearing 
Stee ball-bearing 
Fibre roller-bearing 
Fibre rol er-bearing 


i^-inch 4 inches 
jf-inch 5 inches 
2 and 2} iach 5 inches 
aj-inch 7^ inches 



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No. 10. 



Have you our Catalogue on file? If not, kindly 
advise. 




R-W No. 135- 



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RICHARDS-WILCOX CANADIAN COMPANY, LTD. 



R-W TROLLEY Represent the highest type of Hanger construc- 

GARAGE tion. Yokes made of one-piece steel drop forging. 

BALL-BEARING Adjustable vertically and laterally, compensating for 
DOOR HANGERS, settling and preventing chafing of doors. High duty 

steel balls, perfectly true, insuring easy and smooth 

operation. 



Hanger No. 


Track No. Weight Doors Not Over 


20^B 

27^B 
28-^B 

2g^B 


31 
31 

32 

232 


300 pouads 
400 to 500 pounds 
500 to 600 pounds 
600 to 700 pounds 



Special Catalogue of "Garage Door Equipment" 
on request. 

No. 235 Hangers for Angle Doors, as per Fig. 
I below. 




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Fig. 4 — Parallel sliding doors. 
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R-W TROLLEY Strong, well-finished and run smoothly. Lateral 

DOOR HANGERvS adjustment to suit thickness of doors. Vertical adjust- 
FOR BARNS, ment to provide for settling of timbers. Track can be 

WAREHOUSES, attached to side or ceiling supports. We make four 
FACTORIES, sizes of track to accommodate various weights of doors. 

FREIGHT-HOUSES. 





Thickness 


Weighing 


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No. 


Doors 


Not Over 


Track 


Adjustment 


321 


if in. to 2j in. 


300 lbs. 


No. 31 


Lateral 


27-1 


2^ in. to 2f in. 


400 lbs. 


No. 31 


Lateral 


27-2 


2-J- in. to 2f in. 


400 lbs. 


No. 31 




2S-2 


2^ in. to 3 in. 


500 lbs. 


No. 32 


Lateral 


29-2 


2\ in. to 3 in. 


600 lbs. 


No. 232 


and 


150 


25: in. to 3^ in. 


750 lbs. 


No. 33 


Vertical 


I50^B 


2J in. to 3^ in. 


1000 lbs. 


No. 33 


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No. J5oJ^B Hanger. 



All above roller-bearing, except lao-^-B, ball-bearing. 



R-W LABELLED 

FIRE-DOOR 

HARDWARE. 



CARRIER 
SYSTEMS. 
SPECIAL WORK 



The only Canadian manufacturers of flat track fire-door hardware bearing 
Underwriters' label. This hardware has 
maximum fire-resisting qualities, is easily 
installed, and superior in operation . 
Stocked by builders' hardware men at 
central points. 

All styles: Sliding, Swinging, Verti- 
cal. Special fire-door hardware catalogue 
on request. 

We furnish blue-prints and estimates 
on carrier systems and special hanger and 
fire-door work of all kinds. 




R-W 20 Fire-Door Hardware, 



LORD & BURNHAM COMPANY 



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GREENHOUvSE DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS, 



Toronto, Canada: 
12 OuEEN Street E. 

New York, N.Y. : 
42ND vStreet Building. 



IRVINGTON, N.Y. 

Philadelphia. Pa.: 
Franklin Bank Building. 

Chicago, III.: 
Rookery Building. 

Cleveland, O. : Swetland Building. 



Boston, Mass. : 

Tremont Building. 

Rochester, N.Y.; 
Granite Building. 



PRODUCT. 



SECTIONAL IRON-FRAME GREENHOUSES and CONSERVATORIES. 




Palm Hovse axd Cl-rved Eave Wings. 
Feruccio ^'i^ale, Land. _\rch. 



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Fig. I. Section A. 

Curved Eave Hocse. 



Fig. 2. Section- B- 
Cl'bvili^'Ear House. 

DETAILS OF GREEXHOL'SE CON'STRDCTION. 



Fig, 3. Section C, 
Sill and Gutter House, 



SECTIONAL 
CONSTRUC- 
TION. 






STRENGTH. 



Our Sectional Iron-Frame Greenhouse has been developed and perfected through 
our constant efforts to secure greater durability and to meet the demand of gardeners 
for more light. 

One section is formed by setting up two spans of rafters, 8 feet 4 inches apart, at 
either end of two lengths of cast-iron sills. The cross framing between these two 
spans of rafters consists of the gutters at the eaves and purlins between the eaves 
and ridge. These latter are placed the right distance apart to carry the roof bars. 
Another section may be added by setting up one more span of rafters 8 feet 4 inches 
further along, with cross framing, and so on. until you have the required number of 
sections for.the length of the house. 

The strength of this construction is in its steel-bar rafters placed thin edge to the 
hght and framed between with steel angles for purlins, and in the method of securing 
the rafters to the sills at the joints, where two sections of sills meet, and to the gutters 
in the same manner, so that the sections of sill and gutter on either side of each span 
of rafters are united to the rafters as if they were part of them, making the entire 
iron frame of rafters, sills, gutters and purlins as one piece. 



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MATERIALS 



GLAZING. 



REPAIRING. 



ROOF LINE 
ACCENT. 



ERECTION. 



All iron is of the highest grade ; the wood used is clear Gulf cypress of best quality, 
thoroughly air-dried. This wood grows in the swamps of Florida, and has proven to 
have no equal for withstanding the destructive conditions of constant moisture existing 
in greenhouses. 

All glass is bedded in putty and supported by wooden parts, which prevent breakage 
by expansion and contraction. 

Aside from the usual-repainting, the matter of repairs is a minor one, for the small 
roof bars are fastened with iron clasps, and it is a simple matter to unscrew, cut out 
the defective part and splice in a new piece. 

As the rafter caps and pilasters, which are larger than the glazing bars, are united 
at the end of each section , this point is accented, giving an effect of broad spacing through- 
out the entire roof and sides, not obtainable where the glazing bars are of one size 
and no rafters are used. 

This is the ideal greenhouse construction, so scientifically worked out that the 
labour of preparing materials and erecting is reduced to a minimum. It is not a house 
that has to be cut and fitted by hand, on the job, but the entire frame is passed through 
a line of machines in our factory, where it is cut, shaped, punched, fitted and primed, 
ready for immediate erection. When the materials are delivered, it is merely a matter 
of bolting up the iron parts and fastening the screws. The expense of erecting is thus 
greatly reduced, practically equahzing the advance in cost of the iron-frame house 
over the wooden structure. 




Gbeenhouse erected fqr Mrs. A. V. MAcLAURtN, Ottawa. 

BENCHES AND Four kinds of construction are employed in our regular stock benches and tables: 

TABLES. Benches. — (i) Indestructible all cast-iron; sides, bottoms and ends cast in 

separate pieces; legs of pipe. (2) Galvanized-iron frames, with cypress bottoms and 

sides. (3) Galvanized-iron frames, with tile bottoms and cypress sides. (4) AU 

cypress. 

Tables. — (i) Indestructible all cast-iron; sides, bottoms and ends cast in separate 

pieces; legs of pipe. (2) Galvanized-iron frames, with f^-inch planed slate tops. 

(3) Galvanized-iron frames, with cypress tops. (4) All cypress. 

VENTILATION. Ventilation sash are located at ridge and where required, on the sides. They are 

in continuous runs, and are opened by our patented Ventilating Machinery, with hand 
wheel placed in convenient location. 

Coils of 3^-inch (I. D.) cast-iron pipes made up with caulked joints are generally 
located under the benches, where they do not take up any growing space, and are so 
arranged as to secure a free circulation of air around them. Their surfaces are so 
distributed as to give the desired temperature, with sufficient control in each com- 
partment to produce the best growing conditions. 

"Burnham" Boilers are used, with ample mains for carrying water to the coils. 

The system is installed with sufficient grade to insure rapid circulation and even 
distribution. The coils are equipped with automatic air headers to prevent all air 
locks. 



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Head Office and Factories 
LONDON, ONT. 



Branches: 
Toronto, Montreal, 
Hamilton, St. John, N.B 



Branches : 
Winnipeg, Vancouver, 
Calgary, Saskatoon, 

Edmonton. 



PRODUCTS. 



Your attention is respectfully drawn to McCLARY'S KITCHEN EQUIPMENT 

The most Modern and Comprehensive Line Made. . 

Apparatus for Cooking by Coal, Steam or Gas.. 

Everything for the Kitchen, the Servery, the Pantry, or Scullery. 



INFORMATION. McClary's expert is at the disposal of Architects, Contractors, Hotel Pro- 
prietors and Public Bodies, and will gladly confer with a view to designing special 
apparatus and laying out proposed equipments to obtain the most effective, most 
sanitary and economical working. 



SANITARY 
FEATURES. 



We specialise this work, making the sanitary feature prominent. Every utensil 
and dish used in the establishment can be thoroughly sterilized. 

A McClary-installed kitchen means a kitchen always pure and fresh and absolutely 
proof against vermin. 



ADAPTABILITY. Hotel, Hospital, Asylum and Public Institution Kitchens equipped complete. 

Grill rooms receive special attention. Designs made to suit space and required 
capacity. Highly finished ornamental designs or plain, neat and substantial apparatus 
as desired. 



SPECIAL WORK. Cafeterias and Self-Help Restaurants designed in compact form 

prices gladly submitted. 



Drawings and 



CO-OPERATION. Let us co-operate with you. We are experts in kitchens and cooking apparatus. 

Opinions, designs and detail drawings free and without obligation. Consider our 
proposition and if you like it specify for and give us your business. 



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McCLARY'S HOTEL RANGE. 

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DESCRIPTION. The largest Hotel Range manufactured for one central cooking space. 

Has eight fires and sixteen ovens. 

Length of Range, 38' 6)4" over all and 6' 8'' in width. 

Supplied with a Canopy Top of Monel Metal 40' 6" over all and 8' o" in widths 
and a Canopy "T" 12' o" long by 10' 9" wide. 

Entire weight of Range, 13 tons; and Canopy, 3,000 lbs. 

Has two coal trucks and warming closet with bain-marie at each end. 

Body of Range constructed of 10 Gauge Steel. 

Rail of i}4" shafting steel; weight, 650 lbs. 

Secret Flues. 




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SPECIALTIES. 



Carving Tables, Serving Tables, Dish Washing and Bakers' Machinei-y. 

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Steam Jacket Kettles — Copper, Aluminum and Cast Iron. 

Steam Sectional Vegetable Cookers, Urns and Urn Stands, Hospital Ward Diet 
Tables, etc. 

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Head Office and Factories: 
TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

Stock also Carried at IMonTreal, Winnipeg, Hamilton, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver- 



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(Hotel 

Department.') 



QUALITY 
STANDARD. 



"JOHN BULL" STEEL PLATE HEAVY DUTY HOTEL RANGE, "JOHN BULL" HEAVY 
DUTY GAS RANGE, CHARCOAL and GAS BROILERS, PORTABLE BANK OVENS, CARVING 
TABLES, SERVING TABLES, WARD TABLES, URNS, Etc. We design and make SPECIAL and 
REGULAR EQUIPMENTS for Kitchens, Serveries, Pantries and Sculleries. 

Best demonstrated by the following list of Kitchens equipped by us and giving perfect satisfaction. 



Chateau Laurier. Ottawa, 
Prince George, Toronto, 
New Russell, Ottawa. 



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T. Eaton Co., Winnipeg. 
R. Simpson Co., Toronto, 



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Rosedale Golf Club. 
Rldeau Hall, Ottawa. 
Carleton Club, Ottawa. 



Toronto Gt^neral Hospital 
St. Michael's Hospital. ' 
Central Prison, Toronto. 



HOTEI.S, 

Canadian Northern, Port Arthur, 
Windsor Hotel, Montreal. 
Alexandra Hotel, Calgary, 

RESTAURANTS AND CAFES. 

Restaurants of the Canadian Railway 

News Co. 
Canadian Northern Dining Cars.^ 

CLUBS. 

National Club, Toronto. 
Royal Canadian Yacht Club, 



King Edward, Edmonton. 
Fort Garr3' Hotel, Winnipeg, 



Hudson Bay Co,> Winnipeg, 
Calgary and Edmonton. 



Engineers' Club, Montreal. 
Manitoba Ciub, Winnipeg. 



INSTITUTIONS, ETC. 

Niagara Navigation Company's 

Steamboats. 
Selkirk Asylum, Selkirk- 



Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Rail- 
roads. 



SPECIFICATIONS 
AND PLANS. 



SPECIFICATIONS. 



As the reputation of our products means much to us, we maintain a Kitchen Equipment Depart- 
ment, which makes a business of laying out 
Kitchens, so that our apparatus, when in- 
stalled, will give the utmost satisfaction in 
the way of service to our customer. The 
service of this Department is at the dis- 
posal of anyone who is interested. 

Heavy wrought steel body, lined 
throughout with firebrick. Top of extra 

heavy casting. Fire-box is lined with 6-in. 
firebrick all around, except on oven side, 
where 4 inches of brick are backed by heavy 
plate of gray iron. This Range can be sup- 
plied in sections from one fire one oven to 
an3^ number desired, and in various sizes of 
ovens from sixteen inches to twenty-seven 
inches. Following is a list of stock sizes^ 
with dimensions, etc.: 




"John But.l" Sti^^l Plate, Heavy Duty Hotel Range. 
Diustrating Nos. 102 and 222, with Double High Shelf. French Top, 



No. 

0*icillating. 
Grate. 



331 

333 

34« 
342 

343 

344 



No. 
Simplex, 

Grate, 



l^ires, 



221 
222 
223 
101 

t02 

103 
104 
202 
203 

204 

"A" 
"B" 

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"D" 
1-2-34 

1-3-24 
12-CL 

13-CL 

12-CR 

13-CR 



Tohn Bull , 

iohn Rull 

John Bull 

lohn Bull 

jQhn BiiU 

John Bull 

John Bi!ll 

John Bull 

John Bull 

John Bvill 

John Bull 

John Bull 

Tohn Bull 

John Bull 

Pacific 

Pacific 

Gumey-Oxford C Series (Soft Coal) 
Gumey-Oxford C Series rSoft Coal) 
Gumey-Oxford C Series (Soft Coal) 
Gumey-Oxford C Series (Soft Coal) 



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4 
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Ovens. 



Top Cooking Surface. 



Oven Dimensions 



Length. 



Width. 



Width. Depth. Height. 



1 

2 

5 
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2 

3 

4 

2 

3 

4 
2 
2 

2' 
2 

2 

3 

2 

3 

2 

3 



4 ft. 

5 ft. 
12 ft, 

4 ft. 

5 ft. 
12 ft. 
16 ft. 

6 ft. 
ro ft. 
14 ft. 

4 

4 

5 
6 



9 

7 



ft. 
ft. 
ft. 
ft. 

ft. 
ft. 
ft. 



2 
2 
t 
4 
5 
5 
6 
1 
1 
2 
6 



in. 
in. 

in. 
in. 

ITI. 

in. 
in. 
in. 
in, 
in. 
in. 



10 in. 
4 in. 



3 
5 
I 

O 



10 ft. 

7 ft. 

10 ft. 



in, 

in. 

ia. 

in. 
o in. 
o in. 
o in. 



X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft- 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 

X 3 ft. 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
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6 
6 
6 
6 



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in. 

in 

in, 

in. 

in 

in, 

in. 

in, 

in. 



22 in. 



o in. 
o in, 
o in. 
o in, 
o in, 
o in, 
o in, 
o in. 
o in. 
o in. 



22 

23 



m. 
in. 



24 


in. 


24 


in. 


24 


m. 


24 


in. 


22 


in. 


32 


in. 


22 


in. 


16 


in. 


IS 


m. 


20 


in. 


24 


in. 


24 


m 


24 


in. 


34 


in_ 


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in. 


24 


in. 


24 


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X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 22 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



2S in. 

28 in, 

28 in 

28 in. 

28 in 

28 in 

28 in, 

28 in. 

38 in, 

28 in. 

24 to, 

24 in, 

24 in, 

24 in. 
in 

22 in 

24 in 

24 in 

24 in 

24 in 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



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"7 

17 

'7 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 

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15 

15 

15 
16 

]6 
17 

'7 
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17 



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in. 

in. 

in. 

in. 

in. 

in. 

in 

in. 

in. 

tn. 

In. 

in. 

in. 

in. 

in, 

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"JOHN BULL" 
GAS RANGE- 



"JOHN BULL" HEAVY DUTY GAS RANGE, FOR MANUFACTURED OR NATURAL 

GAS. MADE WITH AS MANY OVENS AS DESIRED. 



Specification. 



Range made of best quality material throughout, has 
extra large oven, heated with beaver tail burners. Oven 
bottom is protected with special brick lining, insuring even 
heat distribution. Brick lining, top and oven burners 
instantly removable for cleaning. 



No. 124 K. 
I Oven. 



No. 224 K. 
2 Ovens. 



D imension of each 
Oven 

Dimension of Cooking 
Surface 

No. of Top Burners. . . 

Size of Gas Connec- 
tion 

Approx. Shipping 
Weight, Range 
only 

Floor Space Required. 



24 X 28 X 17 in. 24 X 28 X 17 in 



28 X 28 in. 
4 

I in. 



57 X 28 in. 
iM in. 




500 lbs. 
28 X 36 in. 



f. B. Gas Range. 



1,000 lbs. 

57 X36 in. 



GURNEY-OXFORD Coal, wood or gas. Made in four sizes: 

PORTABLE . 

BAKE OVEN. No. E- 138— 54 in. wide x 63 in. high x 6S3-2 in. deep 

Capacity, 2-lb. loaves ij8 

Capacity, 4-lb. loaves 69 

No. A-36 — 50 in. wide x 60 in. high x 24 in. deep. 

Capacity, 2-lb. loaves 36 

Capacity, 4-Ib. loaves 18 

No. B-54— 50 in. wide x 60 in. high x 31 in. deep. 

Capacity, 2-lb. loaves 54 

Capacity, 4-lb. loaves 27 

No. C-72 — 54 in. wide x 61 in. high x 42 In. deep. 

Capacity, 2-lb. loaves 72 

Capacity, 4-lb. loaves 36 



GURNEY-OXFORD GAS AND CHARCOAL 

BROILERS. 

Note the quick-working oven over the broiler. Gas 
Broiler made in two sizes; 

No. 24 A— Width, 24 in. No. 30 A— Width, 30 in. 

French Charcoal Broiler made in three sizes; 
No. 24 A^24 X 46x58 in. No. 30 A— 30 x 50x58 in. 

No, 36 — 36 X 50 X 58 in. 




GuRMEY-OxF(tRl) PORTAHUi; C'.AS BaKIv (JvriN. 




GURNEY-OXFORD UPRIGHT 

WARMER. 

Constructed of planished polished steel or galvanized 
iron. Made in three sizes: 



viaae in tnree sizes: 

. 30 — 3 ft. wide X 2 ft. deep x 5 ft. 9 in. 
. 40—4 ft. wide X 2 ft. deep x 5 ft. 9 in. 
. 50 — 5 ft. wide X 2 ft. deep x 5 ft. 9 in. 



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GURNEY-OXFORD HOSPITAL WARD OR DIET TABLE- 

This appliance combines in a most sanitary and compact forman 
efficient Carving Table, Plate Warmer. Broiler, Toaster and Hot 
Plate, with ample capacity for the preparation of special dishes lor 
an ordinary public ward or for a number of private wards. 

The Steam Table section of this device contains one enamelled 
meat platter and four vessels, in which may be heated various diets. 

Beneath this steam table top, which is absolutely sanitary and 
removable, and below the retinned copper water pan, is a warming 
closet for warming the service dishes for the ward. 

Above the Broiler, which has ample capacity for broiUng and 
toasting, is a modern sanitary, nickel-plated hot plate, made so that 
it can be taken entirely apart for cleaning, and with burners for keeping 
soups broths, etc., warm. A feature of the burners m this apparatus 
is that they are absolutely quiet, being so constructed that it is im- 
possible for them to Hre back, which is very desirable m the hospital. 

We can supply this type of Ward Table in a number of combina- 
tions, though that illustrated and described above is easily the most 
popular. 

DIMENSIONS OF TYPE ILLUSTRATED. 

Length over all 5 ft. 2 in. 

Width over al! 2 ft. 10 in. 

Gas Connection Mm. 

"THE TABLE WITH THE SANITARY TOP" 

Specification.— These Tables can be made up in any combina- 
tion of meat, vegetable, soup or gravy sections, and with warming 
closet or skeleton type, as illustration. 

One meat section is 18 in. long. 

One vegetable section comprises 2 kettles; is 12 in. long. 

One soup section comprises 2 vessels; is 12 in. long. 

One gravy section comprises 2 boats; is 6 in. long. 

224-G; 5 ft. 6 in. — 2 meats, 2 gravies, 4 vegetables. 

226-G: 6 ft. 6 in.— 2 meats, 2 gravies, 4 vegetables, 2 soups. 

324-G: 7 ft. o in.— 3 meats, 2 gravies, 4 vegetables. 

326-G: 8 ft. o in. — 3 meats, 2 gravies, 4 vegetables, 2 soups, 

444-G: 9 ft. o in. — 4 meats, 4 gravies, 4 vegetables. 

446-G: 10 ft. in. — 4 meats. 4 gravies, 4 vegetables, 2 soups. 

Fitted with cast iron, polished griddle plate on top. A complete 
toaster and broiler underneath is heated from same burners as griddle. 
Made in two sections, entirely independent, and, as each section has 
five burners, any degree of heat may be obtained. 

Size of Griddle i6 in. wide. 33 in. long. 

Number of Burners 10. 

Size of Gas Connection i in. 

Approximate Shipping Weight 300 lbs. 

Height to Top of Griddle 44 in- 

These Warmers are built of planished, polished steel, with nickel- 
plate trimmings, or of galvanized iron, with black japanned trimmings. 
Top is made of heavv H-'m. polished steel plate. 

Can be fitted with hot water or steam coils, or fitted for gas 
heating. 

Any number of units can be combined. 

No. 60. No. 100. 

Dimensions. . . 6 ft. x 3 ft. x 3 ft. high 10 ft. x 3 ft. x 3 ft. high 

Weight 600 lbs. 1 ,000 lbs. 

GURNEY-OXFORD URNS. 
WITH CUP WARMER AND URN STAND. 







Specification, 3-P1ECE Set. 




GURNEY-OXFORD 
URNS. 


NO. 


CAPACITY OF EACH 
COFFEE URN, 




capacity OF 
H.W. URN. 




400 

600 

800 

X.OOO 

1,200 


4 gal'* 

6 gal. 

8 gal. 

10 gal. 

12 gal. 




6 gal.* 


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10 gal. 






12 gal. 






15 gal- 


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18 gal 






Specification, 2-Piece 


Set. 




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coffee urn. 




WATER URN 


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40 

60 

So 

100 

120 


4 gal* 
6 gal 
8 gaL 

10 ga . 

12 gal. 




6 gal* 
10 ga . 
12 gal. 

15 gal. 
18 gal. 



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Specification, Single Coffee Urn. 

sr?E. 

3 .......... 3 gal.* 

4 4 gal. 

5 5 gal- 

6 .......... 6 gal. 

8 8 gaL 

10 10 gaL 

*U''me Measure- 




Hospital Ward or Diet Table 




Car\'ing Table. 




GuRNEY-OXFORD GaS GRIDDLE AND To.'iSTER. 




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STEAM JACKET 
KETTLE. 



DISHWASHING 
MACHINES. 



SINKS. 



COOKS' TABLES 



PATENT CAST IRON STEAM JACKET KETTLE OR COOKER. 

Specification. — Accompanying cut illustrates the 
very latest pattern of Steam Jacketted Iron Kettle, which 
is conceded to be the very best and cheapest steam 
jacketted kettle made. These kettles are Cast Seamless— 
that is, without bolted or packed joints of any kind to 
wear out or leak. They are extremely quick and satis- 
factory in operation, arising from the fact that the area of 
steam surface on the sides is unusually large, keeping the 
contents constantly agitated and preventing adhesion of 
same to bottom of kettle. Galvanized iron cover is fitted 
with brass hinges and trimmings. Fitted with brass draw- 
off cock. 

OtJTSiDE Dimensions. 

CAPACITY. DIAMETER. HEIGHT. 

30 gal 2 ft. y]/2 in. 3 ft. 2 in. 

40 gal 2 ft. 7' 2 in. 3 ft. 2 in. 

50 gal 2 ft. io'4 in. 3 ft. 2 in. 

60 gal 2 ft. 10^ in. 




3 ft. sK in. 



BLAKESLEE DISHWASHING MACHINES. 



jArKET KeTTUK. 



NO. 

I 
2 

3 

5 
6 

7 



POWER. 



Hand 
34 H.P. 
j^H.P. 
i^H.P. 

H.P. 

H.P. 



CAPACITY, 

DISHES 
PER HOUR. 

1,000 
2,000 
3.000 
7,000 
8,000 
T 2 ,000 



FLOOR 
SPACE. 

20 X 40 in. 
20 X 40 in. 
30 X 46 in. 
48 X 32 in. 
76 X 36 in. 
102 X 36 in. 



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TANKS. 

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Equipped with trolley attachments for lifting baskets; 
smaller sizes may be equipped with this attachment if 
desired, but is an extra. Where electric motor is used, 
specify type and voltage current. Blakeslee Niagara- 
No. 50, 3^H.P.; No. 80, I H.P. 




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GURNEY-OXFORD GALVANIZED SIXKS. 

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These Sinks are made of heavy gauge galvanized steel on japanned angle steel frames. Made with 
one, tuo or more compartments, as desired, with or uithuut drain boards. Fitted with waste and 
standing overflow plugs and strainer. 





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NO. 


MENTS. 


LENGTH. 


WIDTH. 


DEPTH. 


WEIGHT. 


124 


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24 in. 


24 in. 


14 in. 


1 15 lbs. 


130 


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30 in. 


24 in. 


14 in. 


T50 lbs. 


136 


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36 in. 


24 in. 


14 in. 


190 lbs. 


224 


2 


48 in. 


24 ni. 


14 in. 


220 lbs. 


230 


2 


60 in. 


24 in. 


14 in. 


285 lbs. 


324 


3 


72 in. 


24 in. 


14 in. 


330 lbs. 




Size of Drainboard, 24 x 24 in. 
order. 



Other sizes made to 



GuRNEv -Oxford Galv.an-i/ed Sinks, 



GURNEY-OXFORD SECTIONAL TOP COOKS' TABLE. 

The top of this table is built of thoroughly seasoned hard maple, put together in strips 2 in. wide 
by 3 in. thick, with bolts running through from side to side. Into this top is set flush a bain marie. 
The price on table does not include bain marie or dishes. 
Below the table top are well made and easy running 
locked drawers for the chef's tools. The table is mounted 
on heavy black japanned pipe legs, with flanges to fasten 
to the floor. 



NO. 

8 
10 
12 



DIMENSIONS. 

8 ft. X 3 ft. 6 in. 
10 ft. X 3 ft. 6 in. 
12 ft. X 3 ft. 6 in. 



WEIGHT. 

475 lbs. 
600 lbs. 
725 lbs. 




Other sizes on application. 



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151 King Street West, 
TORONTO, ONT. 



PRODUCTS. 



"HOME 
COMFORT" 
STEEL 
HOTEL 
RANGES. 



We are manufacturers of "HOME COMEORT" KITCHEN OUTFITS for 
Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions, including RANGES, BROILERS, TEA and 
COFFEE URNS, CARVING TABLES, DISH WASHERS, POTATO PARERS, etc. 

We make a specialty of Re-tinning and Repairing. 

Are built of No. 10 gauge open hearth, close -annealed, cold-rolled steel; are 
equipped either with duplex, triplex or oscillating grates for operating every known 
kind of fuel. All working parts or parts liable to damage are of malleable iron, making 
the range practically indestructible. 




SPECIAL 
DESIGNS. 



INFOR^IA- 

TION. 

INSTALLA- 
TIONS. 



Pr^^ctical Working j\wd Convenient ICitchEN Plan FOR Modern HoTEL. 

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To the architect, builder, etc., -who may be contemplating buying a Kitchen 
Outfit, and will furnish us with a rough pencil sketch of the kitchen, showing location 
of dining-room, entrance from kitchen, and chimney flue, w^e will be pleased to furnish 
a diagram showing the proper layout of same. This is a feature in connection with 
large kitchens, where space is an important consideration, which we are well equipped 
to deal with. 

AA'ritc for catalogue illustrating complete list of lines handled by us, together with 
prices on same. 

We have installed complete kitchen equipments in man}- of the largest Hotels and 
Institutions throughout Canada. The following are a few of the many; 

King Edward Hotel. King Street East, Toronto, Ont. 
_ Walker House, Front Street \A'est. Toronto. 

Woodbine Hotel, 102 King Street West, Toronto, Ont. 

Palmer House. 146 King Street West, Toronto, Ont. 

Grand Union Hotel, 174 Front Street West, Toronto, Ont. 

Municipal Hotel. 67 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ont. 

Hotel Cadillac. 6 Terauley Street, Toronto, Ont. 

Bay Tree Hotel. Cor. Adelaide and Bay Streets, Toronto, Ont. 

Humber Beach Hotel, Humber Bay, Toronto. Ont. 

Union Station Hotel, Front Street West, Toronto, Ont. 

Orillia Hospital, Orillia. 

Northern Navigation Company's Steamers. 

R, & O. Navigation Company's Steamers. 

Cafeterias, Limited, 16 King E., Toronto, Ont. 

Westminster Private Hotel, Toronto. 

Tusco Apartments, Toronto. 



VENETIAN BLINDS AND AWNINGS 



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JAS. G. WILSON MFG. CO. 



332 So. Michigan Avenue, 
CHICAGO. ILL. 



JAS. G. WILSON MFG. CO. 

Manufacturers op Venetian Blinds and Awnings, 

3 West 29TH Street, 
NEW YORK, U.S.A. 



Factory, 
NORFOLK, VA, 



PRODUCTS. 

WILSON'S 
"MODERN" 
VENETIAN 
BLINDS. 



WILSON'S 
SLIDING VENE- 
TIAN BLINDS. 

WILSON'S 
OUTSIDE VENE- 
TIAN BLIND AND 
AWNING 
COMBINED. 



VENETIAN BLINDS, Plain Style and Sliding (in Grooves); VENETIAN-BLIND AWNINGS, 
Closed or Open Sides ; VENETIAN ROLLING BLINDS. 

The "Modern" differs from the common Venetian in that its slats are readily fixed at any angle and 
a movement of the hand controls their position. 

The "Modern" Venetian Blind roller hangs on steel brackets, bronze-plated, and all working parts 
are most durable. The ladder tapes, upon which the slats are hung, can be of linen, silk, or bronze metal 
of choice design and attractive finish. 

This bhnd cannot be pulled up unevenly and the most careless handling cannot disturb the even 
adjustment of the slats. 







Inside Veneti.an Bund, 



Sliding Venetian- Blixd. 



Outside Venrtun Blik'd, Closed. 



No, J Awning Bund. 



Constructed the samejas the "Modern" except that the slats run in guide ways or grooves, which 
prevent disturbance by the wind when the window is open and thus obviate all possibility of noise or 
rattling. This blind can be placed on the inside or outside of the window. 

Excludes the sun rays without interfering with the view or with the admission of air. The com- 
plete blind with sides cannot rattle or creak as the slats are set in a grooved firm frame. The jointed 
arms greatly facihtate its use. 

The frame, when not extended, sets close to window sash, and the side slats fold up closely in a small 
space. This style can be furnished without the side slats. 

In new buildings an invisible pocket'can be provided to receive the blind when pulled up. 

Prices, Catalogues and 
Testimonials — Furnished upon 
request to the New York Office 
or nearest agent. 






Window in Residence op Henry 
Goldman. E^q., Elberon. NJ. 
Showing Wilson's Outside Venetian 
Awning; BlinrJ Extended with Slats Closed. 

Note — Also the Sunburst Panel in circu- 
lar head. This is a very artistic arrangement. 



Window in Residenci; of 

Samuj^l Sachs, Esq. 

Eleeron, N.J. 

Showing Wilson's Outside Venetian 

Awning Blind Extended with Slats Wide 

Open. 



Window in Wmitr Hai,l Residence of 
H. M. Flagler, Esq., Palm Beach. 

Fla, 
Note — New treatment of circular head. 



For our Special Protective Steel Rolling Doors and Shutters see our advertisement on page 300. 
For our Wood Rolling Partitions and Wardrobes see our advertisement on pag^e 83. 



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FACILITIES 



THE THORNTON -SMITH COMPANY 

INTERIOR DECORATORS, 



II King Street West, 
TORONTO. 



All kinds of Interior Decoration. Church Interiors a specialty. Wall Coverings, 
Decorative Plaster Work and Compo; Staff Mouldings, Carton Pierre, Gesso, Tube 
Work, etc. Fabrics in silk, wool, cotton or linen, suitable for draperies, upholstering, 
etc. Imported and Domestic Carpets, Oriental Rugs, Hand-Tufted European Rugs, 
Scotch Wool Rugs, Linoleum, Cork Carpets. Leaded and Stained Glass, Glass 
Mosaics, vSpecial Design Furniture. Period Reproductions. Electric Fixtures, etc. 




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We are thoroughly equipped to undertake the execution of contracts for the 
decoration of buildings from designs received from architects, or drawn by our own 
artists. We are experts as to the goods in which we deal, and our close association 
with the manufacturers of Europe and this continent enables us to place at the com- 
mand of our patrons the highest grade of Wall Coverings, Fabrics, Furniture, Carpets, 
Rugs, Electric Fixtures, etc. 



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THE THORNTON-SMITH COMPANY 



^^T^^^^P'^T^ o ^^'^ ^^^^^ ^^^' °^" ^^^^ °^ artists, capable of undertaking Mural decorations of the 

DECORATIONS, highest order, either m oil painting, fresco, plaster relief or gesso, also a large corps of 

skilled artisans. 



CONTRACT 
WORK. 

WALL 
CO\'ERINGS 



We are prepared to submit tenders for plain painting and glazing, as well as the 
more elaborate forms of decoration, etc. 

Wall Papers.— We carry a large, well-selected stock of imported papers of the 
highest quality, as well as inexpensive papers of good design, and have sample books 
of the leading manufacturers, orders from which can be promptly delivered. 

Other Wall Coverings.— Leathers, plain, tooled and embossed. American and 
Japanese make, to order in an^^ colour desired. 




SILK FLOCK. 

Specially suited for panelled 
drawing rooms, as a sub- 
stitute for silk brocade. 




TEKKO. 

An admirable imitation 
of silk. 



A Printed Linen, 



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DECORATION; 



SANITAS. 



An excellent sanitary wall covering for bathrooms, kitchens and hospitals. 



ANAGLYPTAand Decorative materials embossed in high and low relief; can be decorated to suit 
LEATHEROLE. individual taste; are washable and sanitary, and make an excellent covering when the 

plaster is defective. 




GRASS CLOTH. An artistic Japanese wall covering, making a successful background for pictures 



BURLAPS. 



DECOTEX. 
CANA'AvSSES. 



SILKS. 

TAPESTRIES 

PLASTER 

WORK AND 

COMPO. 



Obtainable in every shade, can be had up to 72 inches in width; also Tex-ta-dor-na 
and Fabricona, dyed and backed burlaps. 

Printed in good designs; backed. 

\^'e make a specialty of painted and stippled effects on canvas. Samples sub- 
mitted on request. 

Suitable for French panelled rooms. 

Reproductions of old designs and foliage effects. 

We are equipped to carry out plastering contracts of any size or description. 



TUBE \^'ORK. An inexpensive method of obtaining relief, giving decorative effect when har- 

moniously coloured. 



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FABRICS 



An exclusive and carefully selected stock of fabrics always on hand, suitable for 
Curtains, Portieres and Furniture Coverings. Our tapestries and printed linens include 
both modern desi^s by such men as Walter Crane and William Morris, and faithful 
reproductions of Elizabethan and Jacobean embroideries. Materials for casement 
curtains in many varieties. Velours obtainable in all shades. Applique and em- 
broidered curtains made to order. 

_We also carry a very large stock of samples from which imj^ort orders will receive 
our immediate attention. 




SCHEME FOR SUMMER HOTEL. 



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RUGS AND 

CARPETS. 



Hand-tufted rugs made to order in any design, colour, shape or size — special 
designs submitted. Oriental rugs sent on approval. 



^s. 



The Caledon Rug. — An inexpensive Scotch wool rug, artistic in design and colour, 
suitable for bedrooms or country houses. 



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GLASS 



Designs and tenders submitted for leaded and stained glass. 






GLAvSS MOSAIC. Rich and brilliant effects obtainable in church work with this medium, also suit- 

able for any place where tiles might be used. Effective for shop and pavement signs. 



ELECTRIC 
FIXTURES. 



See matter and cuts on pages 238-40. 



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WOLFE'S CHAIR 



This Chair is made of Mahogany, inlaid 

in Satin and Tulip Woods, the seat 
being of Leather and elaborately tooled. 




The Original Chair was presented to the Nation by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, on the occasion 
of the Quebec Tercentenary, and was reproduced by us at the command of 

His Excellency the Governor-General. 




Louis XlVr 




Louis XV. 



FURNITURE. 

vSpecially designed and executed 

to order. 



Period Pieces faithfully reproduced. 



Board Room Furniture and Fittings 
Sketches submitted. 



Examples submitted for the 

complete furnishing of 

Clubs, 

Apartment Houses, 

Hotels, 

Yachts, 

and 

Private Houses. 




Chippendale Ladder-back 




Louis XV L 



;aver board 



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THE BEAVER BOARD COMPANIES 




D CAVER 
BOARD 




THE BEAVER BOARD COMPANIES 

931 Wall Street, 
Beaverdale, Ottawa, Canada. 

MANUFACTURERS OF BEAVER BOARD and BEAVER TILE. 

Plants: BEaverdale, Ottawa, Canada; BeavEr Dams, Thorold, 

Ontario; Buffalo, N.Y.; Beaver Falls, N.Y.; - 

Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 

European Offices: 4 Southampton Row, London, W.C, England. 




DEAVER 
DOARD 




BEAVER BOARD 



BEAVER TILE. 



SIZES OF 
BEAVER BOARD 
and BEAVER TILE. 



SAMPLES AND 
LITERATURE. 



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Beaver Board is a pure-wood-fibre wallboard that is used to build walls and 
ceilings in every type of new or remodelled building — residences, stores, offices, 
churches, theatres, hotels, public buildings, factories, etc. 

Beaver Board is made of selected woods reduced to fibrous form and pressed 
into panels about three-sixteenths of an inch thick, weighing about one-half pound 
per square foot. It is very strong, and blows which would ruin plaster do not 
injure Beaver Board. • 

Beaver Board is cream-white in colour and has a pebbled surface, which is 
painted after application. It is usually sized and covered with two coats of oil 
paint. Hot and cold water paints may also be used. Great opportunity is 
offered for artistic decoration. 

Beaver Board is put up in panels, nailed directly to studding, joists and headers 
in new work, or over old material in re- 
modelling. It is easily cut with a fine-tooth 
saw, and may be applied by any carpenter. 
The panel edges are covered with wood 
decorative strips, thus making possible an 
infinite variety of artistic and original 
effects. 

Beaver Board will not crack, chip or 
crumble. It resists heat, cold and sound, 
and retards fire. Shocks, strains and vibra- 
tion have no effect on Beaver Board, and it 
is elastic enough to meet ordinary shrinking 
and expansion of timbers, settling of build- 
ing, etc. 




Living Room with Beavi:r Board Walls anu Crilino 



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Beaver Tile is made from the same materials as Beaver Board. It is marked 
in oblongs on the panels, and, when enamelled, has all the indentations and appear- 
ance of tile. Used for the walls of kitchens, bath-rooms, lavatories, laundries, 
restaurants; in fact, wherever a tile effect is desired and appropriate. 

Beaver Board is sold by bvnlding material, lumber and hardware dealers in 
panels 32 and 48 inches wide by 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet long. Beaver Tile is furnished 
in panels 48 inches wide by 8 feet long. 

Additional sizes of Beaver Board and Beaver Tile in stock at factory for imme- 
diate shipment are: 32, 36 and 48 inches wide, in even foot lengths from 4 to 16 
feet. 

Beaver Board is put up in bundles containing about 300 square feet. Lengths 
II feet and over are crated. 

Estimates are based on actual space, excluding openings. 
Samples and booklets will gladly be mailed on request. 



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GORDON US BORNE 

i8i Lytton Boulevard, 
TORONTO, ONT. 



Phone: Main 2615 



PROFESvSION. FIGURE and ORNAMENTAL vSCULPTURE in BRONZE, MARBLE TERRA 

COTTA, CAEN STONE and PLASTER. Figure and Animal Subjects a specialty. 



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Font Executed in Caen Stone. > 

Having a thorough equipment, am prepared to undertake any plaster figure or 
ornament work desired. 

Sketches in pencil will be submitted if requested or work done from architects' 
designs. Wax models made on a small scale for architects' approval before enlarge- 
ment. 



risk. 



If desired, the finished work may be packed, shipped and placed in position at my 



Architects, or others interested, desiring further information will be supplied with 
photographs of work already executed. 



ELECTRICAL CONDUIT 



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THE GREENFIELD CONDUIT CO., LIMITED 



THE GREENFIELD CONDUIT CO., LIMITED 

TORONTO, ONT. 



PRODUCT. 



We are sole manufacturers under patents of " GREENFIELOUCT " RIGID IRON 
CONDUIT. 



DESCRIPTION. " GREENFIELOUCT " is a Hot Galvanized Conduit, both the Interior and Exterior 

surfaces being treated by a Patented Hot Galvanized Process. Molten Zinc is wiped 
over these surfaces in such a manner as to produce a perfectly smooth finish and a 
homogeneous coating of zinc throughout. It is afterward treated interiorly with a 
black japan finish, the accidental removal of which will not impair the integrity of the 
Conduit. 

The threaded ends are clean and well cut and insure a rapid coupling. 



UNDER- 
WRITERS' 

INvSPECTION. 



"GREENFIELPUCT" is inspected and labelled under the supervision of the Under- 
writers' Laboratories (Inc.). 



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UNDERWRITERS/ 
LABORATORIES 
INSPECTED 
CONDUIT 




GREENFIELlOlUCT 




ADVANTAGE 



Because of the high temperature to which the "GREENFIEL[0)UCT " is subjected when 
the molten zinc is applied, the completed conduit is rendered more easily bent for 
installation purposes. 

It is, to the greatest degree, proof against rust, and the finish will not crack, flake 
or scale. 

It is the only Conduit manufactured in which the interior and exterior surfaces 
have the same treatment and finish. 

It will withstand a test of at least seven dips in Standard Solution of Sulphate of 
Copper. 

Other methods of treatment with zinc of the Interior and Exterior surfaces of 
Conduit do not afford the same smooth treatment as does ours. 



LIST PRICE. 



Standard 
Size Pipe. 

Inches. 


Conduit. 

Price per loo 
Feet. 


Elbows. 

Price 
per 100. 


Couplings. 

Price 

per 100. 


Internal 

Diameter. 
Inches. 


Outside 
Diameter. 

Inches. 


Number of 

Threads per Inch 

of Screw, 


Nominal Wei^'ht 
per Foot. 
Pounds. 


i 


$ 12.50 


$ 32 00 


$ I . 00 


.62 


■S4 


14 


-85 


3 

4 


16.00 


41 .00 


15.00 


.82 


1.05 


H 


1 . 12 


I 


24.00 


62 .00 


18.00 


I .04 


1-31 


iih 


1.67 


li 


32.00 


84.00 


31.00 


1.38 


1.66 


Ilk 


2.24 


H 


38.00 


115.00 


37.00 


I ,61 


1 .90 


iih 


2.68 


2 


52.00 


200.00 


53 00 


2 ,06 


2.37 


11^ 


3.61 


2i 


80.00 


340.00 


76.00 


2 .46 


2.87 


8 


5-74 


3 


107.00 


900 . 00 


1 13.00 


3 06 


3 50 


8 


5-54 


3* 


141 .00 


2,000.00 


200.00 


3-54 


4.00 


8 


9.00 


4 


175.00 


2,295.00 


280.00 


4.02 


450 


8 


10.66 



In writing- specifications, specify " GREENFIELOUCT " Rigid Conduit. 

INFORMATION, We solicit enquiries from architects, engineers, builders and contractors, and full 
BOOKLETS, information, booklets, etc., will be sent promptly upon receipt of such enquiries. 

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HEAD OFFICE AND WORKS: DON ROADWAY, 

TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

Branch Office: Montreal, Oue 



PRODUCTS. We are sole manufacturers under patents of "GALVADUCT" and "LORI- 

CATED" IRON ARMOURED CONDUITS for interior construction. 




Galvaddct. 



DEvSCRIPTION Is a welded tube of high-grade mild steel of gas pipe thickness of wall, carefully 

"GALVADUCT" cleaned of silicates, scale and burrs, and then electro-galvanized on the outside and 
CONDUIT. coated inside with a superior and flexible enamel, which absolutely protects the tube 

from rust or the action of acids and alkalies contained in plaster and cement. 

We call particular attention to the fact that the threads of "Galvaduct" Conduit 
being clean and free from any insulating substances, electrical conductivity is had at 
each joint; it is therefore positive that when properly grounded at any point, the metal 
of the entire conduit system is ''permanently and effectually grounded," as required 
by the Rules and Requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters. With 
enamelled threads, this grounding is entirely problematical. 




LoarcATED 



DESCRIPTION 



The sanie grade of pipe is used in the manufacture of "Loricated" Conduits as 



"LORICATED" in "Galvaduct," which, after it has been cleaned by the same method, is coated out- 



CONDUIT. 



APPROVAL OF 
UNDER- 
WRITERS. 



STOCK 
CARRIED. 



side and inside with a superior flexible and moisture-proof enamel, which renders it 
impervious to the action of acids and other chemicals. "Loricated" Conduits are 
coated and "baked" three times, which results in an enamel which wih not "crack" or 
"scale" even when bent in coldest weather, and renders the pipe moisture and acid 
proof for all time. 

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Each tube is ten feet long, "threaded" on both ends, with coupling, and bears 
our name and Underwriters' Inspection Label. 

Our Conduits are included in the list of Conduits examined under the standard 
requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters and by the Underwriters' 
National Electric Association, after exhaustive tests by the Underwriters' Laboratories, 
and have their approval. 

We carry a large and well-assorted stock of each of the above types of Conduits 
at Toronto and Montreal, and can at all times make prompt shipments of extensive 
orders. 



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CONDUITS COMPANY, LIMITED 



REMARKS 



REFERENCES. 



TORONTO. 



MONTREAL 



WINNIPEG. 



CALGARY. 



VARIOUS 

PLACES. 



Electrical Conduits for interior construction have developed through various types 
of wood moulding, paper tube, thin sheet metal encasing paper, wood or composition, 
and heavy iron or steel tubing lined, until they reached their highest state of perfection 
in "GalvaducT" and "LoricaTEd" Conduits as manufactured in Canada solely by 
Conduits Company, Limited, under Canadian and United States Letters Patent. 

PRICE LIST OF "GALVADUCT" AND "LORICATED" CONDUIT. COUPLINGS AND ELBOWS. 

Standard Price List in Effect August ist, iqi3. 



CONDUIT 


COUPLINGS 


ELBOWS 




Actual 


Nominal 


Number 


Nominal 


Conduit 












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Outside 


Inside 


Threads 


Weight 


Price 




Weight 


Price 


Weight 


Radius 


Offset 


Price 


Size 


Diamet-er 


Diameter 


Per Inch 


Per Foot 


Per 


Size 


Per 100 


Per loj 


Per 100 


Inches 


Inches 


Per 100 




Inches 


Inches 


of Screw 


Lbs. 


100 Ft, 




ill Pounds 




in Pounds 








f 

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■ 54 


.36 


18 


.42 


$ 12,5a 


i 


6 


S 10.00 


42 


4-^6 


7^30 


8 32,00 




D7 


■49 


iS 


56 


52.50 


i 


8 


lO-OO 


53 


425 


7 50 


32. QO 




84 


.62 
.82 


>4 


.84 


12.50 


i 


i5§ 


10.00 


73 


4-^5 


7^50 


32<QO 


1 


05 


Hi 

ii5 


I .12 


16 .00 


i 


25i 


15 .00 


132 


5-37 


Q-^*! 


41 . 00 


I 


r 


31 


1.04 


1.67 


24 -OO 


I 


40-^ 


iS.oo 


200 


5-75 


lO. 12 


62 , 00 


I 


66 


i-3fi 


2.24 


32,00 


. li 


57^ 


31^00 


300 


7-25 


u .50 


84.00 


1 


90 


1 -61 

2 .06 

2 .46 

3 06 


2 .68 


38.00 


1. ** 


7ii 


37. OO 


4^5 


8.50 


12 ,62 


115.00 


2 


2 


37 
87 


3.61 


52 00 


t 2 


132 


53.00 


700 


9-50 


15 25 


200.00 


2 


8 
8 


5-74 


80, 00 


^i 


1S5 


76.00 


113S 


10,50 


17 .75 


340 , 00, 


3 
3l 


3 


50 


7-54 


107.00 


3 


300 


113^00 


TS85 


13.00 


19 37 


900 - 00 


4 


00 


3.55 


8 


9 .00 


141 , 00 


3i 


400 


200.00 


2100 


15.00 


21 .00 


2000.00 


4 

4l 


4 


50 


4 -02 


8 
8 
8 


10,66 


175.00 


4 


412 


280.00 


2160 


l6. 00 


?2 ,50 


2295.00 


5 


00 
56 


4' 50 


12-49 


190. 00 


4i 


540 


300.00 


3635 


18,00 


24-5" 


3500 OO 


5 
6 


5 


5-04 
6.06 


M-50 


200,00 


5 


600 


330 00 


5700. 


24,00 


32 ,00 


4850.00 


6 02 


8 


1S.76 


250.00 


6 


1062 


450.00 


93 75 


3O-OO 


52.00 


6015,00 



Tubes ia 10 foot lengths, threaded both ends, with couplings. Prices subject Co change without notice. 



The appended list of buildings in which our Conduits have been installed is but a 
suggestion; this hst is by reason of limited space cut down to a few buildings, and is 
intended solely to show the variety of buildings in which "Galvaduct" and 
"Loricated" Conduits have been used. 



"Casa Loma," home of Col. Sir Henry Pellatt. 

Shea's Theatre. 

Loew's Theatre. 

Government House. 

Traders Bank Building. . 

Home of J. C. Katon. 

Harbour Commission Elevator. 
Bank of British North America. 
Bank of Montreal. 



Lindsay Building. 
Boyd Building. 
Agricultural College. 
Law Courts Building. 

C.P.R. Hotel, Piedmont. 
Hudson's Bay Stores. 
Canada Life Building. 
Anderson Apartments. 

Louise Dock and Elevator 
Connaught Rifle Range 
Chateau Laurier Hotel 
Maple Leaf Elevators 
C.P.R. vShops 
World Building 
Vancouver Hotel . 
New Burns Block 
G.T.P. Hotel MacDonald 
Steamer " Hamonic 



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Seminary of St. Augustine. 

Lumsden Building. 

C.P.R. Building. 

Toronto Stock Exchange. 

Head Office of the Bank of Toronto 

Toronto General Hospital. 

C.P.R. Windsor Station. 
Ritz Carlton Hotel. 
Royal Trust Building. 

Fort Garry Hotel. 
Winnipeg General Hospital. 
Confederation Life Building. 
Free Press Building. 

Loughecd Building. 
Judge Travis Block. 
Calgary Furniture Store, 
Herald Building. 



Quebec, Que. 
South March, Ont. 
Ottawa, Ont. 
Port Colborne, Ont. 
Ogden, Alta. 
Vancouver, B.C, 
Vancouver, B.C. 
Vancouver, B.C. 
Edmonton, Alta. 
G.T.R. Fleet. 



ORPEN COrJDUIT MANUFACTUKIING CO. OF CAJNAUA 



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ORPEN CONDUIT MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF CANADA 

Head Office and Works: Queen and Dufferin Streets, 

TORONTO, ONTARIO, 



Branch Office: Montreal, Que. 



PRODUCTS. 



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We are sole Manufacturers of "Xceladuct" Galvanized and 
Enamelled Rigid Steel Conduit for interior construction. 



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Orpenite" 



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DESCRIPTION, 

"XCELADUCT" 

CONDUIT. 



DESCRIPTION, 
"ORPENITE" 

CONDUIT. 



APPRO\'AL OF 
UNDER- 
WRITERS. 

STOCK 
CARRIED. 



PRICE LIST 




Is a High Grade of Spellerized Steel Tube, and is carefully inspected before 
our ^Modern System of Pickling and Plating begins, and then this material is doubly 
protected against rust, corrosion, atmospheric and climatic conditions by copper- 
plating and zinc-coating, with a smooth enamelled interior, which allows easy and 

rapid fashing. 

We call particular attention to the fact that the threads of "Xceladuct" Con- 
duit are cut clean, and, being free from any insulating substances, electrical con- 
ductivity is had at each joint; therefore, when properly grounded at any point, the 
metal of the entire conduit system is permanently and effectually grounded as 
required by the rules and requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters. 



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LABORATORIES 

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The same grade of pipe is used in the manufacture of "Orpenite" Conduit as 
in '^Xceladuct," which, after being cleaned by the same method, is coated, both 
inside and outside, with Flexible Black Enamels, which have been selected with the 
utmost care as to finish, lustre, elasticity, and durability, being positively acid- 
resisting and are not affected by any dampness in walls or contact with lime, mortar 
or cement. The wires are constantly free from every disturbing influence on the 
insulation. 

Each tube is ten feet long, "threads" on both ends, with coupling, and bears 
Underwriters' Inspection Label, and label bearing our name. 

We carry a large and well-assorted stock of both "Xceladuct" and "Orpenite" 
Conduits at Toronto and Alontreal, and can at all times make prompt shipments 
of large orders. 

"XCELADUCT- GALV.'\N-IZED AND 'ORPEXITE" ENAMELLED CONDUIT COUPLINGS AND ELBOWS. 

Weights and Dimensions are Nominal. 



Size. 



Price, 
loo Feet. 



Diameters. 



( 



External 



t 

u 

4 

4i 

5 
6 



!s 



12.50 

J2-50 

16.00 
24.00 
33.00 
38 00 
53.00. 



80 

107 
141 

J 75 
190,00 
300.00 
250.00 



00 
00 
00 

00 



540 

675 

840 

050 

3^5 
660 

900 

375 
S75 
500 
000 
500 
000 

5G3 
6^5 



Internal. 



Thick- 
ness. 



COUPLINGS. 



, Weight , Threads 
Iper Foot, per Inch. 



Size. 



I 
II 
1 

2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
6 



364 

493 
622 

824 
049 

3 to 

Gio 
067 
469 
06S 

026 

506 

047 
065 



0S8 

091 
109 

I "3 
135 
140 

^45 
154 
203 
216 

236 
237 
247 
258 

zSo 



425 
.568 

I 134 

1.6S4 

a. 281 

3.731 
3 678 

5-819 

7.616 

9.202 

10.SS9 

12 .642 
14 Sio 
19 185 



18 

18 

14 

"4 

Hi 
Hi 
iii 

8 
S 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



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*' 

V 

2 ' 

2i' 

3 ' 

3i' 

4 ' 
4!' 

5 ' 

6 ' 



Price 
per 

lOQ. 



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10.00 
10.00 
10.00 

J5 -00 
18 00 
31 -oO 
37 00 
53 00 
76 00 
1 13 ,00 



Wt. per 
100 in lbs. 



200 
280 
300 
330 
450 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



6.0 

9-5 
11-6 
ao.9 
34 3 
53 5 
74-3 

130.8 

172 .0 

249 -8 

4241 

474^1 
550.0 

700.0 
750 o 



ELBOWS. 



Pnce 
per 
100. 



5 32 

32 

4> 
62 

84 
H5 
200 
340 
900 
2000 
2295 

3500 
4850 

6015 



.00 
.00 
.00 
,00 
,00 
.00 

-OO 

,00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

00 
.00 

00 



Wt, per ! 
lOO in I Radius, 
lbs. Inches. 



Conduits in lo-foot lengths threaded on both ends with one coupling 
Conduit pipe is known and spoken of by its nominal inside diameter. 



42 

53 

75 

120 

200 

300 

427 
1700 
1300 
2700 
3100 
2700 
3100 
5500 
9000 



, 4 


250 


4 


250 


4 


250 


5 


375 


5 


750 


7 


250 


8 


250 


9 


500 


10 


500 



13 000 
15 000 
16.000 
18.000 
24 000 
30 000 



Offset. 
Inches. 

7,500 
7 500 

7 375 

8 375 
9-500 

10.875 
12.625 
15.250 

»7'375 
19-500 

21,250 

22.500 

24 375 

32 000 

39 750 



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THE ROBERT MITCHELL CO., LIMITED 



THE ROBERT MITCHELL CO., LIMITED 



Office and Factory: 
Bel-Air Avenue, St. Henri 
MONTREAL. 



ESTABLISHED 1851 



PRODUCTS. 



We are makers of ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES, ORNAMENTAL IRON 
BRASS AND BRONZE WORK, including Bank and Office Fittings, Memorial Tablets, 
Outside Lanterns, and Standards in Bronze and AWought Iron, etc. 



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IiGHTiXG Fixtures. 

St. SulpicL- Librarj-. St. Denis Strett. IMontreal, Que 

Eui;i.ne Pa\-etle. Architect. 




7 ft. high, J ft. 6 in. wide, 



SPECIAL 
DESIGNS. 



As a result of our large experience in the manufacture of Electric Lighting Fixtures 
we are in a unique position to submit or make special designs for the architect or 
owner, to conform to any style of exterior or interior architecture. We will also, if 
desired, assist the architect in laying out a proper system of lighting in order that the 
best effects may be achieved. 

Photos and designs supplied on application. .^ 



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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ELECTRICAL apparatus AND SUPPLIES FOR RAILWAY, LIGHT AND POWER PURPOSES. 









Head Office, - 


- TORONTO. 










DISTRICT 


OFFICES; 


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Montreal,, 

Halifax. 

Ottawa, 

Cobalt. 






South Porcupine. 
Fort William. 
Winnipeg. 

Regina. 

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Saskatoon. 
Calgary. 

Kdmonton. 
IWelson. 


Vancouver. 

Victoria. 
• Prince Rupert. 


FIXTURES. 


Our 


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nally well equippei 


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demands for high-class Fixtures. 



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We shall gladly co-operate with the architect or contractor, submitting designs and 
making recommendations for the most up-to-date lighting. 



CONTINUED ON NEXT PA 



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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LIMITED 



CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ELECTRICAL APPARATUS AND SUPPLIES FOR RAILWAY, LIGHT AND POWER PURPOSES 



Head Office, 



TORONTO. 



DISTRICT SALES OFFICES: 



Montreal. 

Halifax. 

Ottawa. 

Cobalt. 



Porcupine. 
Fort William. 
Winnipeg. 

Recina, 



Saskatoom. 
Calgary. 
Edmonton. 
Nelson. 



Van-couver. 
Victoria. 
Prin'ce Rupert. 




Arresters, Lightning 

Annunciators. 

Batteries. 

Bell Goods. 

Brushes. 

Cable, Insulated. 

Carbons. 

Circuit Breakers. 

Cords. 

Conduits. 

Controllers. 

Cooking Appliances. 

Fixtures. 

Fans. 

Generators. 



Peterboro Works, 



PRINCIPAL PRODUCTS 
Glassware. 
Heating Appliances. 
Insulators. 
Instruments. 
Ignition Appliances. 
Lamps : Arc. 

Mazda. 

Carbon. 
Locomotives. ■ 



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Motors. 

Motor-Generators. 
Meters. 
Ozonators. 
Panel Boards. 



Railway Overhead Material 



Railway Line Material. 

Rectifiers. 

Reflectors. 

Regulators. 

Rheostats. 

Search Lights. 

Storage Batteries. 

Switches. 

Switchboards. 

vShades. 

Street Fixtures. 

Transformers. 

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Turbines. 

Wire (Insulated and Bare). 

Wiring Devices. 



THE CAPfADIAN H. W. JOHWS-MAjrVTLLE CO.. LIMITED 2;i2 



ELECTRICAL MATERIA! 



THE CANADIAN H. \V. JOHNS -M.AXVTLLE CO.. LIMITED 

Toronto. Moxtreal. Wixxipeg. V.^xcotrvER. 



PRODUCTS. 



FACILITLES. 



FRIXK AXD 
J-M LrXOLITE 
SYSTEMS OF 
ELECTRXC 
LIGHTIXG. 

ADVANTAGES. 



TYPES OF . 
REFLECTORS 



FRINK 
DIEtECT- 
EMDIRECT 
LIGHTIXG. 




System op Sti_'H£ Wi^tr»ow LUxRTIAG. 



ELECTRICAL ^lATERIALS. 

The FRIXK ^vd J-M LtXOLCTE SYSTEMS OF ELECTRIC LIGHTIXG. J-M LIXOLITE 
A_vD FRINK REFLECTORS. FRIN'K INDIRECT a>.-d DIRECT-INDIRECT REFLECTING 
CHLAN'OELIERS, DESK a-vd T.ABLE L-A3IPS. 

llso. -N<XARK:" NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE FUSE 
DEVICES; "NOARK" FUSE, SERVICE -Otd SUBWAY 
B('»XES: -NOARK- SERVICE METER PROTECTIVE DE- 
VICES: J-M FIBRE CONDLTT, Etc. 

Wt have a ftillv organized Engineering Department, includmg 
aimiiiiiatmg engineers ajid specialists^ and axe prepared to sub- 
mit proposals for the most efeoent and economical illinmnation 
of art naileries, libraries, armories, sqitasli courts, 5ch.oob, churches. 
"j-v-mnasiums. billiard tables, bow-hng alleys, public buildings, show 
windows, show cases, stores, hospitals, banks, insurance com- 
panies, railwav stations, offices, and theatres; also, border and 
footlights, exit signs, etc. 

The J-M Svstems consist of J-M Linolite Lamps placed end 
to end in Frini: Reflectors. The lamps are about one foot long 
and one inch in diameter, and have a straight carbon or Tung- 
sten filament extending the entire length of the tube. 

The tubular form of these lamps, together with the scien- 
trhcallv constructed reflectors, insures an even distribution of light 
over the entire area to be iHmninated, thereby eliminating deep 
shadows. Ulnle the Ught produced by these s>-steras is extremely 
powerful, it is soft in quahty, and is the nearest approach to day- 
light known. There is an entire absence of glaring ' " spots " caused 
by ordinary bulb lamps. And as the source of illumination is 
hidden from view, there is no eye-strain. 

These svstems not onlv give more and better illumination than 
the ordinary s^-stems. but are more economical, owing to the fact 
that fewer lamps are needed. 

The termraals of J-M Linohte Lamps are formed by metal 
caps. The socket has a lixed contact at one end and a spring con- 
tact at the other, pennitting the lamp to be removed or replaced 
instantlv. As these contacts are protected by the reflector, the 
danger of fire from defective wiring and sockets is eliminated. 

Frink and J-M LinoHte S^."stenis occupy less space in show- 
cases and cabinets, book stacks, bank and insturance companies^ 
squash comts. bowling alleys, btQiard rooms, etc.. than any other 
desirable form, of illumination. The silver plate corrugated glass 
in the reSectors delivers 50 per cent, more light with the same 
current than any aH-glass, unsiLvered reflectors on the market. 
The Slivering cannot be scratched or marred. Ample ventilation 
is provided for in the design of the reflectors, and there is no 
breakage from, expansion or contraction. 

Among the Frink Products, which have 
fong^ been recognized as embodying the high- 
est perfection ia art, efficiencv and quahtv^ 
are Patent Approved Wiadow Reflectors. 
Show-Case Reflectors. Mirn3r -Lined and 
Porcelain-Enamelled Steel Shades, Patent 
Portable Lamp Guards. Picture Reflectors. 
Cluster Reflectors, Reflectors for Bank 
Screens and Double Desks, and artisticall^- 
d:e5igned Lighting 
Specialties ia brass, 
bronze, and plain 
metal. 

J-lt LrsQLiTE Bj!?LECToa. Ttpe "F." ffoa Show Windows^ 

This SYstesn o£ lighting with Tungsten lamps is the most 
modem method of lightmg dry goods and department stores. 

The framework of these electroliers conceals a powerful re- 
flector, which distributes the light over the entire ceiling. There 
are mo glaring spots directly abo\-e- The translucent bowl at the 
bottom diffuses a soft light, and. by revealing the hght source^ 
the hoUow, unnatural appearance of indirect lighting is avoided. 

Frink Semi- Indirect ElectroHers are made square, round or 
Qptagrinal. plain or omara.ental in design, of brass or bronze, in 
amy tinish desired. 




3t5TE3« OF Bank Ldjhtcic-- 





SXSTEM OF AaT 0.\LLEKY LxfjaTi^c. 



FhiNX VENTTL-irKD L'PEH-VT- 
ESQ TAfltE ReE-LECTOR. 





SVSTSM UF Ca.«.'«CBL LxOHTING. 



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AJRE AND INSULATED WIRES AND CABLES 



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NORTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 



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PRODUCTS 



CATALOGUE 



NORTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED 

Successors to Imperiai. Wire and Cable Co., Llmited. 



MONTREAL. 
HALIFAX. 

TORONTO. 



WINNIPEG. 

REGINA. 

CALGARY. 



EDMONTON. 

VANCOUVER, 

VICTORIA. 



Correspondence previously addressed to Imperial Wire & Cable Co,, Limited. 
u i!i ^'^'^' Building, Toronto, and 902 Electric Railway Chambers, Winnipeg 
should now be addressed to Northern Electric Companv, Limited, Simcoe Street 
loronto, and 599 Henry Ave., Winnipeg. 




Hi.r^^^ BTac?^^^^^ '^17 ^''^'' ^ir^S^^^' Insulated Wire-- Adanac" Red Core. White and Black Core. '^Imperial 

5 F ?e Undef ^^^^ H ^T -^^-^^ ■?"?■ ^hese wires are made to exceed the requirements of the National Board 

01 rire Under-wnters. and are used principally for wiring buildings. 

nesses^ol^mbh^^^^ White and Black Core,-The conductors are thoroughly tinned, and are covered with two thick- 

thfrou^hU sah^ '^ thoroughly vulcanized: the wires are braided with cotton yarn, the braids being 

tnoroughl> saturated with a wax compound havmg a high meltmg point, and are smoothly and evenly finished The smooth 
hard^finish given these wires enables them to be handled readily, and makes them especially desJrLk for conduit w^^^^^ 

fr. ul'^^^^^^^! Higrade" Black Core is a special insulation designed to meet the demand for a verv hi^h-LTade wire 
not^IusWy rheTse\r"^ILn1c "10% SrL'''" "' "'""'" " ''""■""■ "^' "*"^ '"' ^=1"'-"^"'= "' «he customer do 

is theit^^rnL^^^^^ Insulation is made in accordance with the Rubber-Covered Wire Engineers' Specification, and 

IS the best compound for special high-class work. This insulation is made in Black Core only. 

suitable f^r^mW^^^ ^l''' c^"^ P^'^' ^'^- ^'^° ^Z- ^ S- and larger are covered with a tape and single braid, and are 

suitable tor unlined condmt work. Smaller sizes are supplied with either single or double braid as cnUed for by the customer. 

nf Ti^y^^if-rT^i^^'^'^^r!;' ^^"^'^' Twisted-Pair and TripIe^Conductor Telephone Wires to meet the various Specifications 
01 ine i^ell telephone Company. Independent Telephone Companies, and Provincial Government Telephone Systems. 

"Adanac" Incandescent Lamp Cord,— The conductor is composed of fine copper wires stranded together' wound with 
cotton, nisulated with rubber wall at least j/32" thSck. and braided with either silk or cotton. 

*'Adanac'; Elevator Light or Control Cable,— Conductor is composed of 40 No. 30 B, & S. tinned copper wires wrapped 
vvUh cotton, m^^ulated with rubber at least 3.^64" thick, and covered with glared cotton braid; conductors are stranded 
together, covered with an asbestos braid, and finished with a worsted braid. 

**Adanac" Elevator Bell Cable,— Conductor is composed of 16 No. 30 B. & S. bare copper wires, stranded together 
and covered with fine and coarse cotton m reverse directions; conductors are braided and stranded together covered over 
all with white cotton braid, and finished with a coloured soft cotton braid. ■ ' 

**Wacco" Weatherproof Wire and Cable is made with either double or triple braid, and is thoroughly saturated with 
compound. It has a hard, smooth, highly-polished finish. 

'^Wacco'' Slow^Burning Weatherproof Wires and Cables are triple braided. The inner braid is saturated with black 
weatherproof compound, and the two outer braids with a svhite fireproof compound, giving a smooth, hard finish, 

"Wacco'' Slow-Burning Wire and Cable, formerly known as ^'Underwriters," has three clo^e braids of cotton all 
saturated with a white fireproof compound. It has a smooth, highlv-polished surface. As this insulation doe^ not' de- 
teriorate in continued high temperature, it is especially suitable for boiler and engine rooms, furnaces and foundries, 

"Wacco'^ Weatherproof Iron Wire, double and triple braided, is extensively used in telephone and telegraph work and 
has the same msulation as the regular '^Wacco" Weatherproof line wires. It is finished with the same smooth polish as 
all our other wires, and is put up for shipment in coils only, thoroughly wrapped with burlap. 

Annunciator Wire is insulated with two winds of cotton yarn applied in opposite directions, saturated with our special 
wax compound and highly polished. Furnished in colours and styles as follows: White, red, blue, green, brown, black, 
red-white, blue-white, green-white. brown-white, and blue-brown. - ' 

Weatherproof Annunciator Wire, — The same as above, saturated with weatherproof compound, furnished in black 
only. 

Damp-proof Office Wire.— Insulated with two winds of cotton yarn appHed in opposite directions, saturated with 
our regular black weatherproof compound, then braided and specially treated with wax. It is highly polished and will 
not collect dust. Office Wires are made in tlie combination colour red and white. 

Our Bare Copper Wire is made in accordance with the most approved methods. It is drawn accurately to gauge, and 
is of high conductivity. We can furnish this in ail sizes, either hard drawn or annealed, or to special specifications. 

Trolley Wire, hard-drawn» is furnished in either of the two standard styles, round and grooved. Sizes r/o and 2/0 
are put up in mile lengths; 3/0 and 4/0 in Eengths of two-thirds of a mile. 

Stranded Bare Copper is furnished in standard or special number of strands, according to specifications. Concentric 
stranding is our standard, as it gives a smaller diameter of conductor for a given capacity. 



Below is given a more complete list of the various wires and cables we manufacture: — 



Annunciator Wire. 
Armature Wire, 
Asbestos Covered Wire. 
Automobile Wire- 
Bare Copper Wire. 
Bell Cord. 
Brass Wire- 
Brewery Cord. 
Bridle Wire. 

Cable Splicing Compound, 

Canvassite Cord. 
Car Wire. 
Copper Steel Wire. 
Counterweight Cord. 



Deck Cable. 
Drop Wire. 

Electric Heater Cord. 
Elevator Cable, 

Fixture Wire. 

Flameproof Wire and Cable, 

Lamp Cord. 

Lead Covered Cable. 

Magnet Wire. 
Marine Wire, 
Motor BoatjWire. 

Office Wire. 



Packinghouse Cord. 

Paper Insulated Power Cable. 

Paper Insulated Telephone Cable, 

Paper Tape, 

Portable Lamp Cord. 

Pothead Compound. 

Pothead Wire. 

Rubber-Covered Cable. - 
Rubber- Covered Wire. 



Show Window Cord. 
Signal Wire. 
Slow Burning Wire. 
Slow Burning Weatherproof \^'ire- 
Switchboard Cable- 
Switchboard Cords_ 
Switchboard Wire, 



Telegraph Cable. 
Telephone Cordi. 
Telephone Wires and Cables. 
Theatre Cable. 
Trolley \^'i^e, 

Weatherproof Aluminum Wire 
Weatherproof Copper Wire. 
Weatherproof Iron Wire. 

Etc., etc., etc. 



On request we will be glad to send Catalogue or Specifications covering these lines in detail. 



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THE JEFFERSON GLASS CO., LIMITED 



THE JEFFERSON GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED 

TORONTO, CANADA. 




GENERAL. 



Mo_ 6052, 

iS-tN. Moonstone Sewi-lNDiRECT Bowl.. 
Finished in White, Old Ivor>'. Antique Bronze, Verde Green. Pink and Blue. 

In this ag^e, where efficiency is the keynote of all successful attainments, architects, 
builders and owners of buildings now look upon efificient lighting as an investment; 
not an expense, as heretofore. 

To keep abreast of the times, we have spared no pains or expense to produce 
a glass that will give maximum lighting efficiency embodied with designs to meet 
the requirements of every service. The result of our efforts is Moonstone Glass, 
and we recommend it for all installations where good lighting is wanted. It is the 
BEST we make, and we make tvery kind, 

AIooNSTONE is strictly a Canadian Production, made by Canadian Labour for 
Canadians, 




Moonstone Extensuis Rep^lEcTors. 

No. 405 1 — 40 watt. 
No. +053 — 6a watt- 
No, +057 — ion watt. 
No. 4059 — J5U WiLtt. 



Moonstone Grecian Lanterns. 

NOt 9070 — 7 inch diameter- 
No, go72 — JO inch diameter. 
No, 9074 — ^12 inch diameter- 
No. 0*>76'^i4 i^ich diiimc'ter. 
No. gtijH — 16 inch diameter- 





MooNSTONE Cantaloupe Ba^i.s, 



MooNSToNr; Intensive Reflectors, 

No. 4050 — 25 watt. 
No, 4052 — 40 watt. 
No, 4054 — ftO watt. 

No. 405^^ — ^"*J*^ watt. 
NOt 4058 — 150 \vatt. 

No. 4060 — 250 watt. 



No. Q050 — <i inch diameter. 
No. 0052 — y inch diameter. 
No. 9054 — 10 inch diameter- 
No. 9056 — 12 inch diameter- 
No. Q058— 14 inch diameter. 



CO-OPERATION. Use our Engineering Department in laying out your lighting plans. 



L. H. GAUDRY & CO., LIMITED 



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L. H. GAUDRY & CO., LIMITED 

76 St. Peter Street, 

QUEBEC. 



PRODUCTS. 
QUALITY. 



"MORRIS" STREET LIGHTING POLES. Modern ideas in street lighting. 

These poles are manufactured with the best grey iron, to a very fine finish, and 
represent the most modem ideas in street lighting. 





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K"©. 40103 

Heij^ht from ground to bot- 
tom of lower globes, 17 ft,; 
Height from ground to top of 
upper globes, 15 ft,; Base, 
iS ins. square: Spread of arms, 
3 ft- Price.. p.. , S 100.00 

Globes. Sockets, Lamps or 
wiring not included. 



SPECIAL 
DESIGNS. 

NOTE. 
INFORMATION. 



No. 31 loS 

Height from ground line to 
centre of g^obe, 14 ft. 6 ins,; 
Base, tS iiis, diameter at 
ground line. Price S70.00 

Globe. Lamps or casing not 
included. 



No. 31006 

Height from gTOund to top 
of R3obe, 9 ft. 6 ins.; Base, 
10 ins, diameter. Price £35 .00 

La.mp, Sockets or wiring not 
included- 



No. 4100S 

Height from ground to bot- 
tom of globes. 13 ft.; Height 
from ground to top of pole, 
24 ft.; Base, 15 ins, diameter; 
Spread of arms. 5 ft. 
Price Si20,oo 

Globes H Sockets, Tramps or 
wiring not included. 



No. 37929 

Height from pround line to 
top of globe. 5 ft,; Base, 10 ins. 
diameter at ground line:. 
Price S30 . 00 

Globe. Socket. Lamp or 
wiring not included. 



Special designs submitted on request. 

Poles supplied with or without ground extensions. 
Send for descriptive bulletin and prices. 



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237 CANADIAN INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CO., LIMITED 



CANADIAN INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CO., LIMITED 

20 Duncan Street, 

TORONTO, ONT. ' ' 



PRODUCT. 



DESCRIPTION 



SIMPLICITY 
OF WIRING. 



We manufacture TELEPHONES— both Manual and Automatic— for all kinds of service— for 

TD-^T7c^^^ *^^^' *^^ ^"^^' ^^"^^ ^^ ^°^ private systems. We here call special attention to the 
PRE&TO-PHONE, an Automatic Telephone System for Private Inside Service -a Central Station 
Intercommunicating System. 

The Presto-Phone is an Automatic Telephone System by which any number of telephones up to 
one hundred may be installed in a building or series of buildings, and private communication had from 
one telephone to any of the others by means of an automatic switchboard, requiring the services of no 
operator. This switchboard is compact in design and may be installed at any convenient place in a 
buildmg. It is sightly enough to be an ornament in any office. It will not get out of order and can 
be mamtained at a very small annual cost. 

The Presto-Phone is a central energy system, there being no batteries in the telephones. The 
necessary battery current for signalling and talking is supplied by a storage battery of small capacity. 

There are but a single pair of wires from each telephone to the switchboard. They can be installed 
by anyone having even a limited knowledge of telephone matters. 






Presto-Phone Call Sender. 
for use with an ordinary desk telephone. 



PrESTD-Pho^'E Switchboard 
25 line capacity. 



WALL PRESTO-PHONE 



IMPORTANT 
FEATURES. 



INVITATION. 



Compactness of the switchboard and its sightly appearance. 

Compactness of the telephone and the clever method devised for making calls automatically. 
Simplicity of operation, both of the telephone and the switchboard. 

Accuracy of service. Automatic switches, which never make mistakes, never get tired, alwa3's give 
undivided attention and work perfectly all the time — nights, holidays and Sundays. 

Absolutely secret service — no one to listen, no one able to come in on the line when you are talking, 
unless called. 

Quick service — connection in three seconds and instant release. 

The Presto-Phone system gives an instantaneous signal telling you if the telephone you are calling 
is busy. 

The Presto-Phone is so designed that you need install at first only the number of telephones and 
switches required at that time. As your business grows, you may increase the number at a nominal 
expense. 

The first cost of a Presto-Phone is not much more than the first cost of an ordinary intercommuni- 
cating telephone system, and the Presto-Phone advantages are inestimable. 

The first cost of a Presto-Phone system is practically the only cost, as the annual cost of main- 
tenance will be very small — no operator to pay, no plugs and cords to wear out or expensive cables to 
become damaged. . , 

We have a Presto-Phone system in operation in our factory, and we extend a cordial invitation 
to any and all who are interested to call and have the system thoroughly demonstrated. This is the 
best way to secure the full appreciation of the advantages presented by the Presto-Phone. To those 
who cannot conveniently call, we will gladly send further particulars and estimates upon request. 



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PRODUCTS. 



FACILITIES, 
MODELS, Etc 



THE THORNTON -SMITH COMPANY 

INTERIOR DECORATORS, 

II King vStreet West, 
TORONTO. 






Three Adams Fixtures, in carved wood, gilded, the flat spaces being filled with small mirrors, wired with sockets or 

either candles or bulbs. 



An interesting line of ELECTRIC FIXTURES, designed in tne different periods, 
from the Classic to the Modern. The workmanship and finish of the very best. A 
special feature is made of the Mercurial Gilt finish, Crystal and combinations of 
Wood and Metal, and Wood and Mirrors. Shades designed in keeping with the 
fixtures and room. 



Special designs to conform to any style of Exterior or Interior architecture. We 
prepare details and models to enable the architect intelligently to comprehend all the 
salient features of the design, and otherwise assist him in supplying all necessary data 
to execute the work. Orders promptly executed. 



ADAPTABILITY. We carry a line covering everything requisite for the complete equipment of Private 

Residences, PubUc Buildings, Churches, Hotels, Clubs, Yachts, Etc. 



CO-OPERATION. We will submit designs and estimates for work to satisfy requirements of every 

nature. 



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Louis XV. 



Louis XVr.^TnE PtPiNC Boy Desigx. 



Louis XVI 



PERIOD 
DESIGNS. 



These fixtures arc hand chiselled, perfect reproductions of the periods, of exquisite- workmanship, and finished 

with what is known in France as the jMercurial gilt finish. 

We make a special feature of faithfully reproducing designs of the different periods: 
. Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Gothic, Italian and French Renaissance, -Henry II., Louis 
XIII., Louis XIV., Louis XV., Louis XVI., Georgian, Adam, and adaptations from 
the Dutch. ^ 



S^?;5^^'^'^*^^^" ^^ ^'^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ receive inquiries from architects, and in response will be happy 

BNCE. to place our services at their disposal. 



AN OAK AND 

CATHEDRAL 
GLASS 

HALL FIXTURE. 
Made in Any Size. 




A MAHOGANY AND 

CATHEDRAL 
GLASS 

HALL FIXTURE. 
Made in Any Size. 




The above cuts show two examples of Brackets peculiarly appropriate for halls. The first one is shown in Oak, the 
second in Mahogany. These are also successfully used in white enamel. The light is behind the cathedral glass, which 
opens with a hinge, allowing for the changing of bulbs and dusting. 

These fixtures are also made in Copper, Bronze, Iron and Polished Steel, the colour of the glass being governed by the 
nature of the metal. 



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Quite a large variety of shades can be used on 
these fixtures, giving a particularly pleasing and 
artistic effect. The shades are fitted with special 
spring over the apex of the candle, and are made 
in Silk . Coloured Porcelai n , Translucent Glass 
Mosaic. Cr\-stal Beads; also Transparent Enamels 
set in metal. 



These cuts show an example of an Adams 
Ceiling Fixture, and Bracket to match. The hnes 
are ver\- true, and the workmanship exquisite. 

Fixtures are wired complete with sockets to 
take the " Huntalite" Candle Lamps. For further 
particulars of the "Huntalite" Candle see matter 
advertised by the Hunter Electric Candle Com- 
pany. Other makes of Electric Candles can be 
used. 

These Fixtures are made in Brass, Gun Metal, 
Pohshed Steel and ^lercurial Gilt. 

The price is governed by the amount of hand 
work, the fixtures being inexpensive when cast 
and not chased by hand, and give a ver\' satis- 
factor\" effect. 




NITARY PLUMBING SPECIALTIES 



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THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS-MAJWILLK CO., LIMITED 



THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS- MAN VILLE CO., LIMITED 

Toronto. Montreai,. Winnipeg. Vancouver. 



PRODUCTS. 



GENERAL. 



SANITARY PLUMBING SPECIALTIES. 

J-M WASHERLESS FAUCET, J-M SECTIONAL UNDERGROUND CONDUIT. 

Also, J-M FLUSHING VALVES, >M VITREOUS CHINA COMBINATION, T-M DIRIGO 
SOLDERLESS COPPER FLOATS, J-M SANITARY CLOSET FITTINGS, BATHS, SHOWERS, 
LAVATORIES, URINALS, DRINKING FOUNTAINS, SINKS, LAUNDRY TRAYS, FITTINGS 
AND FIXTURES for every purpose. 

For complete List of J-M Building Materials, see our Catalogue in Roofing Section. 

J-M Sanitary Plumbing Specialties embrace the entire fixture line, and are unique both in design 
and construction. They are built to meet the requirements of each specific building. Exposed metal 
parts have been reduced to a minimum, and the usual fouling space has been eliminated. 



J-M WASHERLESS Construction. — Made from highest grade materials by experi- 



FAUCET. 



r%. 



J-M SECTIONAL 
UNDERGROUND 
CONDUIT. 




enced workmen; the only successful faucet on the market without 
seat washer. The seating consists of a conical valve or "jumper," 
which bears directly on a spherical seating. No washer to wear out 
or cause troublesome and expensive leaks. , 

In this form of seating the ideal line-contact is obtained. A 
slight turn shuts the water dead off and it stays shut off. It cannot 
leak, because contact between the surface of the spherical bearing and 
the hollow enveloping cone or jumper is always a true circle. The 
jumper always finds a true seat, even when the top action of the cock 
is not axially true with the body. 

The J-M Faucet shuts off at a touch. It is not necessary to jam 
the valve down hard, as with the ordinary faucet. There is no water 
hammer, no whistling, no splashing, no sticking of the seat. It 
operates on high pressure as well as on low, and is equally efficient on 

not or cold water Imes. sectional view of J-M Washehless Faucet. 

This valve cannot "cut" or otherwise get out of order. Owing 
to the spherical form of the seat, solid particles rarely find a place for lodgment, and, therefore, cannot 
become jammed between valve and seat. The two operating parts form a separate unit in themselves, 
and can be easily and quickly removed. 

Advantages.— yht greatest advantage of the J-M Washerless Faucet is the water saving effected 
by its use. 

It is a generally accepted idea that water leaks are too insignificant to deser\^e attention. Yet the 
annual water loss through leaky faucets is calculated at many millions of dollars. 

Water under 39 pounds pressure, flowing through an opening ^-V in. in diameter, will, on meter- 
rate basis, amount to $11.68 annually. 

This loss varies according to the size of the drip or leak, the amount of pressure, and the cost of 
water in different locaHties, but in no case is it so slight as to be a negligible quantity. 

J-M Washerless Faucet puts an end for all time to loss from water waste through leakage. It 
reduces the bill of the big consumer who is charged by a water meter. And by conserving water in 
a community it tends to reduce the water cost per capita. 

All parts of this faucet are interchangeable. It meets all requirements in the handling of oils, 
chemicals and other liquids. And in localities where the water contains salts which set up galvanic 
action on coming in contact with different metals or alloys, the seating and valve will be furnished in 
special alloys, which will remain unimpaired. 

The J-M Washerless Faucet is not a theory nor an experiment, but a practical 
device which has withstood the test of actual service. Thousands have been in success- 
ful use for years. It has been adopted by the Metropolitan Water Board of London 
and other large cities, and is pronounced by prominent engineers, who have subjected 
it to tests of the most severe character, to be the most perfect faucet on the market. 

Every faucet is thoroughly tested before leaving our works, and guaranteed 
free from defects. 

Guarantee. — The seating in every J-M Washerless Faucet is guaranteed for ten 
years, and new seatings will be furnished free during that time if it fails to give satis- 
factory service in ordinary use. 

Has many advantages over ordinary conduit for carrying pipes containing steam, 
waterj gas, brine, ammonia or any other liquid underground. It will carry steam i,ooo 
feet with practically no loss. Saves 90 per cent, of the heat lost in transmission 
through unprotected or poorly insulated pipes. It is absolutely water-tight. Acids, 
gases^ or the action of the earth do not affect it. Can be easily opened after installa- 
tion. Costs nothing for maintenance and can be taken up and reiaid without injury. 




Union. 




Supporting Tee. 




THE STANDARD IDEAL COMPANY, LIMITED 

General Offices and I^actories: 



Montreal: 
42-44 Beaver Hall Hill. 



PORT HOPE, ONTARIO, CANADA. 




Toronto ; 
119 King Street East. 



Winnipeg : Vancouver : 

76-82 Lombard Street. 410 Carter Cotten Bldg 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

HIGH-GRADE PLUMBING FIXTURES. 



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PRODUCTS. 




Bath Tubs. 
SiTz Baths. 
Foot Baths. 
Child's Baths. 
Receptors. 
Bidets. 

Manicure and 
Toilet Tables. 



An "'Alexandb.^ Wark" Bathroom. 

Cast-Iron Porcelain Enamelled. 

Drinking Fountains. 
Kitchen Sinks. 
Pantry Sinks. 
Slop vSinks. 
Wash Sinks. 
Laundry Trays. 



Specialties of Various Kinds, 
Including Space-Saving Outfits, Incinerators, 



Lavatories. 

Sectional Lavatories 
Barbers' Lavatories. 
Lavatory Batteries. 
Closets. 

Range Closets. 
Urinals. 
Tanks, Etc. 

Etc. 




Ths Largest Exclusive Cast Iro.s Enamelling Works under the British Flag. 



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GUARANTEE LABELS 



IDEAL 

"purple and gold" 
guarantee label. 



IDEAL 

"green and gold" 
guarantee label. 



IDEAL 

"blue and red" 

GUARANTEE LABEL 





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PORT 

HOPE 



ONTARIO 
CANADA 




rn*QL rliDA 



MATERIAL AND WORKMAN SHJP 
GUARANTEED FOR TiAO YEARS 



"PURPLE AND All "Alexandra Ware" bears this label. It is indicative of superior features in 

GOLD" LABEL, the construction of Sanitary Enamelled Iron Ware never before equalled by any 

manufacturer. It is distinctively a Superior Quality Line, not sold on price, but 
bearing all the 'attributes usually considered when selecting material for a finely 
appointed home. 



"GREEN AND 
GOLD" LABEL. 



"BLUE AND 
RED" LABEL 



ABOUT OUR 
GUARANTEE. 



NOTE- 



All of our standard-line bears this label. Its presence indicates that the very 
best materials and workmanship were employed in the manufacture, and guarantees 
such fixtures against all manufacturing defects for a period of five years. 

Our medium-priced Bath Tubs bear this label. These Baths are covered with 
our First-Grade Enamel, and difler from the Green and Gold Label Baths only in 
the matter of design. They supply the demand for Baths in the moderate-priced 
home, where comfort is the chief consideration, rather than a combination of com- 
fort and elegance of design. 

The length of our Guarantee should not be accepted as an indication of the life 
of such fixtures. Our experience has demonstrated the fact that all inherent or 
mechanical defects become visible almost immediately, and that any fixture re- 
maining in good condition during the period of our guarantee will remain so almost 
indefinitely. ^ ■ 

As an extra precaution, all of our fixtures are subjected to a severe test and 
thoroughly "seasoned" before shipment. 

» — • 

■ We respectfully suggest to the architect to insist that contractors or plumbers 
allow our guarantee labels to remain on each fixture until he can assure himself that 
no substitution has been practiced. 

The large variety of Plumbing Fixtures in the Standard Ideal line enables the 
architect to select suitable fixtures to conform to the requirements of the moderate- 
priced home or costly mansion, office building, apartment or hotel. 



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CLUFF BROTHERS 

S5-87 Church Street. 
TORONTO, ONT- 




"CLKKSO" 
CLOSHTS. 



' Plate 1026 C. 

plate [026 C. ClufT's "Clenso" VitTowart. side intel. syphon jet water closot with sanitary raised front and seat shelf; with 
\\liite at:i(i'proof Hygienic seat, with nickel-plated heavy cast brass concc-aled bar hinjies; style "A" push button, nicktl-plaled; 
ClufT oil-rc;?ulated flushinj^ valvt (Brook's patent), heavy cast brass floor flange, with gasktl and china bolt caps. 

Price as described S75.00 

THE -'CLENSO^' C 1026. 

The *' CJenso " Closets arc installed in the Canadian Pacific Railway's Office Building, Toronto, having been selected 
because of their meritorious features- 

The " Clcnso '' Closet is especially adapted for use in all public buildings, hospitals, railway and public comfort stations. 



DIKI'CTIONS FOR The Cluff ''Oil-Regulated'^ Flushing Valve can be connected direct to city water supply 

INSTALLATION OF ^vithout the use of a storage tank. For such installation the service pipe, from the water works 
\'AL\'K FOR DIRECT street main to the building line, must be of ample size to deliver suflicient quantity of water to 
CITY PREvSSVRE- supi>ly an one and one-fourth inch or an one and one-half inch pipe from the building line to the 

valves, according to distance and pressure. 



FOR TANK 
PRESSrRE- 



I\IECHANISM 



THI-; Ain'ANTAGES 
OF THIS VALVE. 



GUARANTEE. 



"Where the supply from the street main is not of sufficient size to operate upon the direct 

city pressure^ a storage tank inay be used. It must be placed at least ten feet above the highest 
closet, and be of such capacity that a full pressure will be maintained at all times upon the supply 
to the valve- An one and one-half inch or tM'o-incli supph- from storage tank must be used, 
according to the number of closets, and branching one and one-fourth inch to valve. 

We invite correspondence in regard to installation of closets, in all classes of buildings, 
under all conditions. Inquiries will receive immediate attention. 

The slow-closing mechanism consists of a piston inclosed in an air-ti^ht cylinder filled with 
oil, with which the water does not come in contact, hence the valve is not affected by sand, mud, 
or any foreign substance. When operated the oil is forced through a small opening from one side 
of the piston to the other, and the valve can only close as the oil passes back. The duration 
of the flush is detennincd by the size of the opening through which the oil passes and is regulated 
by a small screw on the cutside of the valve. The highest grade of mineral oil is used, which 
does not change its consistency under any condition, nor can it escape from the chamber, con- 
sequently it will not need replenishing- 

Easily operated. 

Noiseless in operation; positively will not hammer- 

Economical in use of water. 

Gives ample refill to Syphon Jet Closets. 

Discharges the same amount of water at each flush. 

Entire working parts may be removed instantly without disconnecting from supply pipe or 
bowl. 

Volume regulator and shut-ofT conveniently located at inlet of valve operated by loose key. 
When supply of water is sufficient, will work under any pressure of five pounds or more. 

ALL CLUFF ^'OIL-REGULATED" FLUSHING VALVES are guaranteed to give satis- 
faction, when properly installed according to our directions. 




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THE ''COMET'' C 1040. 

The Clufr "Comet" Extra Heavy Vitroware Syphon Wall Water Ciosel, polished oak saddle scat, with nickcl-i^lalcd heavy cast 
brass hinges, style "S" push button, ClufF **OiI-r'egulatcd" Hushing valve (Brook's patent) concealed behind partition, heavy special 
cast brass wall flange, with gasket, and nickel-plated bolts. 

Price, as described gyg . 00 




ly o[jcralcd \)y 

simply pushing the button and releasing the same. A great saving of water is effected by the use of the ClulT *'OiI-rcgulattd " nushiUK 
valve, as only sufficient water is permitted to pass through the valve to give perfect flush, using hut half the quantity of water 
required by the ordinary flush box. 

Our "Vitroware" is absolutely non-absorbent and is positively guaranteed against craving. 

To specify, mention catalogue name and number. 





THE "ARCHER" C 1015. 

The *'Archer" Vitroware vSide Inlet Syphon Jet Closet, with white 
acid-proof, open front and back "Hygienic'* seat with cover, with 
nickel-plated heavy cast brass hinges, style "A" push button, nickel- 
plated Cluff *' oil-regulated" flushing valve (Brook's Patent), heavy 
cast brass floor flange, with gasket, and china bolt caps. 

The "Archer" possesses more sanitary features than any other 
closet made. It is 14-^ inches high, which is the proper height for 
hygienic reasons; it is elHptical in shape, with extended front and recess 
back, and has been endorsed by sanitary engineers, architects and 
physicians for its obvious sanitary advantages. 

Price as described $75 . 00 



THE "MUNICIPAL'' C 1055. 

The Cluff " Alunicipal " Vitroware Syphon \"\'atcr Closet, wiili 
concealed jets, polished oak seat, with heavy reinforced ring and bar 
hinge style"G"^ automatic scat-operating Cluff "oil-regulated" flushing 
valve (Brook's patent) with heavy galvanized hood, heavy cast brass 
floor flange, with gasket and nickel-plated bolts- 

Our "Rapidac" bowls are especially adapted for all places requiring 
an automatic seat action closet. The valve is covered with a heavy 
galvanized iron shield which prevents the user from tampering with 
the working parts. 

Can also be furnished with valve concealed behind walk 

Price as described. £70.00 



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THU "A'ICTORIA" C 3005. 



The ClufT "Victoria" Paragon Porcelain Corner Bath, with curved 
front and end and moulded base, made to tile in at back and right 
hand corner, glazed white inside and outside; extra heavy nickel- 
plated brass compression combination supply and waste fixture with 
f-inch valves and supply pipes> with all-china handles. 



Size of Tub (length outside). 

Price as described. ."A" quaUty 
Pric€ as described, Z'B" quality 



5 ft. 
$152.50 

121 .25 



5 1 ft, 

$164.50 
130^5 



6 ft. 
$194.00 
154-00 



THE "STATLER" C3oi5- 

The Cluff ''Statler" Paragon Porcelain Recess Bath, with curved 
front and moulded base, glazed white inside and outside, to tile in back 
and side walls; with f-inch ^'Secreto" combination supply and waste 
fixture, concealed behind partition, and with exposed all-china handles 
and china wall escutcheons. 

Size of Tub (length outside). 5 ft, 5I ft. 6 ft. 

Price as described, "A" quality $157.50 $169.00 $198.50 

Price as described, "B" quality.... 125.00 134 -50 ^57 -50 





THE '^\VIXNJ2:MAC" C3020. 

The ChifF "Winnemac" Paragon Porcelain Roll Rim Bath, with 
curved front and sides, and moulded base, glazed white inside and 
outside; with extra heavy nickel-plated brass compression top nozzle 
supply and waste fixture, with ^-inch valves and supply pipes, with 
all-china handles. 

Size of Tub (length outside). 47ft- 4ft,ioin. 5ft.4in. sft.ioin. 

Price as described, "A" quality $143.50 $150.00 S 160. 00 Si 74 ^75 
Price as described, ''B" quality 114.25 119,50 127,00 140.00 



THE "NAVARRE" 3025. 

The Cluff "Navarre" Paragon Parcelain Roll Rim Seat Bath, with 
curved front and sides, and moulded base, glazed inside and outside; 
with extra heavy nickel-plated brass compression combination supply 
and waste fixture, with |-inch valves and supply pipes, and all-china 
handles- 

"A" quality. "B" quality. 

Price as described $101 ,50 $81 .00 

Dimensions: Outside length, 30 inches; Outside width, 27 inches. 



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THE "ARDMORE" C 2005, 

Thc CliiiT " Ardmore" Extra Heavy Vitroware Lavatory, with 
hooded overflow, "Colonial Design" with Vitroware No. 10 pedestal; 
iiickel-plalcd brass ''Triad" combination supply and pop-up waste 
tixlurc, wilh all-china handles and china escutcheons; nickel-plated 
bras^ No, i supply pipes to wall, with compression controlling valves; 
ij-incli nickel-plated brass "Niagara" trap. 

Price as described: 

Dimensions, 26 inch x 22 inch S63. 75 

Dimensions, 28 inch x 22 inch 68.00 

Dimensions, 30 inch x 24 inch 7 1 ■ 75 



THE '^ ACHILLES" C 2030, 

The ClulT *' Achilles" Extra Heavy Vitroware LavaU)ry. wilh 
hooded overflow, ^'Colonial Design" with X'ltrowarc standard; nickel- 
plated brass "Triad" combination supjily and pop-up waste fi.xture. 
with all-china handles and china escutcheons; nickcl-platcd brass No, 1 
supply pipes to wall, with compression controlling valves; 1 1-inch 
nickel-plated brass "Niagara" Lrap, 

Price as described: 

Dimensions, 26 inch x 22 inch S56 . 7,s 

Dimensions. 28 inch v 22 inch 61 no 

Dimensions. 30 inch x 2_|, inch ^^4-1^^ 





THE -'ARLINGTON" C 2046. 

The ClufF "Arlington" Extra Heavy Vitroware Corner Lavatory, 
"Serpentine Design," with 6-inch integral back, with hooded overflow 
and Vitroware standard: nickel-plated quick-opening compression 
basin faucets, with china handles, indexed; ClufF nickel-plated lift 
waste, with china knob; nickel-plated brass No. r supply pipes to wall, 
wilh compression controlling valves; i J -inch nickel-plated brass 
"Niagara" trap. 

Price as described: 

Dimensions, 19} inch x 19I inch, S52 .jo 

Dimensions, 24 inch x 24 inch 67,50^ 



THE "ANNEX- C 2055^ 

The CluU *' Annex" Extra Heavy Vitroware Lavatory, with 6 inch 
integral back, with hooded overflow and \'itroware standard; nickel- 
plated quick-opening compression basin faucets, with all-china handles, 
indexed; Cluff nickel-plated lift waste, with china knob; nickel-plated 
brass No. i supply pipes to wall, with compression controlling valves; 
1 1-inch nickel-plated brass '^ Niagara" trap. 

Price as described: 

Dimensions. 20 inch x i3 inch $39-25 

Dimensions, 24 inch x 20 inch 47 50 



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LONDON, CANADA. 





HuRONic— PL,\Tr; A 12 B 



Olympic — Pl.-^TE A 15 C. 



A\'c illustrate above two 

of our most popular closet 
combinations. ThcHtironic, 
Plate A 12 B, is a quarter- 
cut oak outfit, with piano 
polish finish and extra large 
tank, insuring a good flush. 
The Ol3-mpic, Plate A 15 C, 
is avitrcous china tank, with 
a mahogany open back and 
front seat, with piano polish 
finish. The lower cut shows 
the construction of Empire 




Tanks and Seats. The 
tongue and groove with 
wooden dowels constitute 
what is known as the Bull 
Dog joint, and is a feature 
not found in tanks of any 
other make. We carry a 
stock of tanks and seats 
in all standard finishes, and, 
if necessary, can match per- 
fectly the woodwork of any 
room if a sample is suppHed 
us. 



Pathntbo in Canada and U.S. 



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THE EMPIRE MFG. CO., LIMITED 

LONDON, CANADA. 




Too much attention cannot be paid to Bath and Lavatory 
Fittings. 

In specifying the make of Bath or Lavatory, the make of 
fittings should also be specified. 

It is most annoying to see a costly and well-designed bath 
fitted with shoddy fittings, which have had to be forced into 
position. 

We manufacture fittings for all standard makes of Baths and 
Lavatories, They are all made with adjustments where necessary, 
and their design and finish are second to none. 



To insure perfect satisfaction, specify 
IJmpirK Valves. They are all 
manufactured from ingot made under 
chemical analysis and suljjccted to a 
hydraulic pressure test. The threads 
are uniform and made exactly to 
standards, while the greatest care is 
taken to procure a nickel deposit of 
the brightest quality and which will 
last a lifetime. 





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1 he following are a few reasons why 
Empire quick-pression work is the best. 

ist. — Quarter-turn of the handle allows full 
half-inch waterway. 

2nd. — Every bibb and cock is provided with 
a locknut, allowing only quarter-turn. 

3rd. — Stem seats are of special white cotton 
fibre of extra wearing quality. 

4th, — Beauty of design and perfection of 
finish. 

5th.— Thorough test and unconditional guar- 
antee. 



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GEO. CARPENTER 



250 



SANITARY SPECIALTIES, ET 






f! 



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L 



THE "DUAL" 
COMPRESSION 
MIXING VALVE. 



X. L. PORCELAIN 

BATHROOM 

FURNITURE. 



ELECTRO- 
COPPERED 

MIRRORS. 

ENAMELLED 
FIRECLAY WARE 



SANITARY 
EARTHENWARE. 

FIREPLACES. 
THE "TILT" FIRE 



DOOR FURNITURE, 
Etc. 



LOCKS, Etc 



HINGES. 



GEO. CARPENTER 



SANITARY SPECIALTIES, Etc. 



Officb and Show-room: 314 University Street, 

MONTREAL. 



A simple and thoroughly efficient ANTI-SCALDING COMPRESSION 
MIXING VALVE, made in various forms and sizes for use in Pubuc Baths, 
Hospitals, Asylums, Turkish Baths, Hotels, Private Dwellings, etc. 
Also other high-grade Plumbing Specialties. 



(Chairs, Stools, Mirrors, Medicine Cabinets, Closet Seats, etc.) A Thor- 
oughly HYGIENIC Enamelled Finish, which is absolutely Damp and Acid 
Proof. Will not stain, crack, peel or chip. 



For all purposes. 25% more brilliant than ordinary silvered plate and 
Guaranteed Impervious to Damp and Heat. Separate or in X. L. Porcelain 
Frames. 

A full range of Patterns in high-grade Baths, Urinals, Closets, etc. 
Specialties in School, Hotel, Hospital and Asylum appliances. 



A complete range of appliances suitable for all purposes. 



Ensures a Bright Red Fire in a few minutes. When lighting fire you 
have only to tilt up the fire basket for Ten Minutes, or, after having fresh 
coal on, for Two or Three minutes to get a brilliant fire. Then lower basket 
and it will burn Brightly but Slowly for Many Hours. No other Hearth 
Fire has such advantages. Patterns for use with Brick, Tile, Marble and other 
finishes. Being complete in itself, there is no possibility of error in fixing.- 
The Cleanest Open Fire Extant. 



Specialties in Door Furniture and Architectural Metalwork for Public 

Buildings, Churches, Hotels, Hospitals, Asylums, Etc Exclusive 
Designs for High-Grade Domestic Work. 



Indicating Hotel Locks, Asylum and Prison Locks, Emergency Exit Bolts, 
Ball-bearing Axle Pulleys, Casement Stays and Fasteners, etc. 

Balh bearing and Special Anti-friction Hinges for general use. Patterns 
for use on heavy doors. 

See also advertisement on page 9. 



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.TER SERVICE SYSTEMS 



251 



NATIONAL EQUIPMENT CO., LIMITED 




NATIONAL EQUIPMENT CO., LIMITED 

263 SoRAUREN Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 




USE AND SCOPE 



SPACE 
REQUIRED. 

CAPACITIES. 



MOTIVE POWER- 

EXPERT 
SERVICES. 



"PEERLESS" WATER SERVICE SYSTEMS. 

An ample water service for suburban houses or institutions is assured through the use of one of our 
many types of "Peerless" Water Systems, which will supply water at high pressures at any height or 
distance, to fixtures, lawns, stables, greenhouses, etc., and for fire protection. 

The ordinar}^ installation requires little space and can readily be placed in the basement, where 
it will supply cool water and at the same time be protected from frost. 

These systems are supplied to fulfil requirements from those of the smallest cottage to that of 
a town of 10,000 population. "Peerless" Tanks are made in capacities ranging from 140 gals, to 18,000 
gals., and are guaranteed to be absolutely air-tight at a pressure of 125 lbs. Tanks of this character 
require special machiner)^ for their manufacture. If a pneumatic tank leaks air — ^even in the smallest 
degree — its usefulness very soon is gone. 

Pumps may be operated by hand, gasoline engine, electric motor, hydraulic ram, hot-air engine, 
windmill, etc. 

Our engineering staff is at your service to determine the capacity and kind of svstem that will 
best meet your requirements. 






300 Series — Autom.itic Electric. 
125 Gallons per Hour. 



400 Series — Automatic Eluctric. 
400 Gallons per Hour. 



112 Series — Hand Power. 



OPERATION. 



The operation of a "Peerless" Pneumatic Water System is very simple, and is dependent primarily 
upon the use of a perfectly air-tight 
tank, to the bottom of which are 
connected two pipes, one to convey 
the water from the pump to the tank 
and the other to supply the plumb- 
ing fixtures in the building. 

As the water is forced into the 
tank and begins to displace the air, 
the latter is compressed into an 
ever-decreasing space, thus creating 

a force known as pressure. 

If the tap in the basement were 
opened, all of the water would be 
easily expelled by the compressed 
air expanding to its normal volume, 
while a lesser amount of water would 
be discharged through taps at a 
higher elevation. 

With an absolutely air-tight 
tank, the contained air can be lost 
only in one way, viz., its absorption 
by the water, and, as a rule, loss due 
to this cause is infinitesimal. Pro- 
vision is made, however, on every 
"Peerless" Water System to intro- 
duce, through a very simple device 
that cannot leak water, any quan- 
tity of air that from time to time 
may be found necessary. 




Sectional view of Residence fitted with Peerless Pneumatic System, which may be operated by 

Hot Air Engine as shown, or any other motive power. 



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ACETYLENE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED 



252 



ACETYLENE 



ACETYLENE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED 

602 Power Building, MONTREAL, QUE- 

BRANCHES AT: SHAWINIGAN FALLS, QuE. ; ST. CATHARINES, ONT. 

Brandon, Man.; Saskatoon, Sask.; Calgary, Alta. 
Edmonton, Alta; Vancouver, B.C. 



PRODUCT. 

GENERAL 
FACTS ABOUT 
ACETYLENE. 



HOW 
ACETYLENE IS 

INSTALLED. 



ACETYLENE— The ideal iUuminant for the country home. 

Acetylene Gas is obtained by the action of Water on Calcium Carbide. When water is brought 
into contact with Carbide in a generator built for the purpose, Acetylene is rapidly given off. The residue 
after the re-action is slaked lime, which can be used for mortar, whitewash, or any other purpose that 
ordinar^' slaked lime can be used. 

Acetylene is a colourless, transparent, Non-Poisonous Hydro-Carbon Gas, with the property of 
burning, w ith a pure white light which is the NEAREST KnoWN IlluminanT TO DAYLIGHT. For this 
reason it is often called "Sunlight on Tap," 

Eye strain is unknown with Acetylene illumination, as the colour of the light is exactly suited to the 
human eye. 

The accompan}^ing sketch 
will give a good general idea of an 
installation in a home. 

Taking as an example a fifty 
light installation, or smaller, the 
size of pipe required is ^^-inch for 
the main pipe line from top to 
bottom of the house. The branch 
mains on each floor should be 
]/2 inch and the branches to each 
fixture ^''8 inch. Smaller pipe could 
be used, but is not recommended. 

With these figures your 
plumber can givt you an estimate 
of the cost of installing the piping. 
The cost of fixtures, of course, de- 
pends upon the personal taste, 
but, roughly speaking, can be 
obtained for 50 cents each up, and 
are the same as those used for 
city gas, with the exception that 
the burner tips have to be special 
for Acetylene. These burners 
sell at about 25 cents each. 

OUR GUARANTEE. This Company does not guarantee all generators offered for sale to the General Public, We do sell 

a generator with which we give the following guarantee : 

'' Having confidence in our Generators we guarantee to replace the generator or refund the price 
paid for same if damaged by exploding within one year from the date it is installed, provided it is 
operated according to the printed rules and regulations supplied with each Generator/* 

This Generator has the approval of the diiTerent Boards of Fire Underwriters of Canada. 




COST OF 
ACETVhENE. 



COOK' WITH 
ACETYLENE. 

CONTRACTORS' 
LAMPS. 



co-operation. 



Calcium Carbide in ton lots costs 3^ cents per pound f.o.b- the works Merritton, Ont,, or 
Shawinigan Falls, Que. One pound of Carbide will give off over four and one-half cubic feet of gas, 
therefore allowing a liberal allowance for transportation charges, the cost may be assumed as one 
cent per cubic foot. One-half cubic foot of Acetylene per hour will give a twenty-four candle power 
light, or, in other words, a twenty-four candle power light will cost one-half cent per hour. 

Acetylene, due to its great heating power, is ideal for cooking, and can be used economically where 
comfort is a consideration. Stoves and heaters of all styles are manufactured and can be obtained for 
an}^ particular purpose from this Company. 

Portable lamps can be supplied, giving from 5,000 candle power down to what can be fastened on 
the cap, for the miner and labourer who needs his hands free. The large lamps are invaluable for use 
during construction work at night, for wrecking trains, dredges and other operations too extensive to 
mention here. 

Acetylene is invaluable to the farmer for night work. It is the ideal light for plowing, harrowing 
and threshing at night. 

We have experts who can tell you how to apply Acetylene FOR your particular use. Write 

us AND WE WILL PLACE THEM AT YOUR DISPOSAL- 



ILERS 



253 



STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



branches : 

Montreal : 304 University St. 
Quebec: lor St. John Str£;et. 



HEAD office: 
Fraser Avenue, TORONTO, ONT. 

show rooms: 
80 Adelaide Street East. 

PLANTS : 

St. Catharines, Ont. - Toronto, Ont, 



agencies: 

Winnipeg, Calgary, St. John, 

Halifax, Vancouver, Hamilton, 
and Edmonton. 



PLANT. 

"KING" BOILERS. 
"ROYAL" BOILERS 




"KING" and "ROYAL" BOILERS are manufactured at our new Boiler and Radiator Plant 
at St. Catharines, which is the most modern and finest equipped on the continent. 

"KING "and "ROYAL" Hot Water and Steam Boilers are the latest and most improved on the 
market. They have been rigidly tested under the most severe conditions, and are now accepted 

throughout the Dominion of Canada as representing efficiency of the highest type at 
lowest coal consumption, of any boilers on the market. 



No, 6, High Base; "KING" Boiler. 
Showing Double Shaker 




"KING" Fire Pot. 

Showing Wide CorruoAtion, 

Adding One-Third to Heating 

Capacitv. 




"KING" One-Plece AsHPrr. 
!howing Patentkd Improved Trouble-proof Grates 
lND Shaking Mechanism, Fres prom Bolts or Pins. 



LISTS. DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 





Rating in 
Square Feet 

Direct 
Radiation 


List Prices 

High Low 
Base Base 


Height to Top 
of Dome 


Diameter 


n Inches 


3f 


Depth 

of 

Fire Pot 


No, of 

Mains 

Flow and 

Return 


Size 
of 

Coal 


Size 


High 
Bas€ 


Low 
Base 


Smoke 
Pipe 


Base 
Ring 


Fire Pot 
Top 


Fire Pot 
Bottom 


I 


250 


$111.00 


£105,00 


52i 


45 1 


S 


36^ 


i7i 


19 


16? 


4-:? 


Stove 


3 


350 


147,00 


140.00 


56i 


49 i 


S 


36:^ 


I7i 


19 


16? 


4-2 


Stove 


2i 


400 


157^00 


150.00 


60J 


53! 


8 


26J 


.7^. 


19 


16 J 


4-2 


Stove 


3 


500 


170.00 


160.00 


55l 


48 J 


8 


30 


19^- 


21J 


16! 


4-2 


Stove 


3* 


575 


igo.oo 


180.00 


59,^ 


5^} 


S 


30 


19^ 


2l\ 


16J 


4-2 


Stove 


4 


675 


215,00 


200.00 


57 


50I 


S 


3t 


22^ 


^4 


171- 


4-2 


Stove 


44 


750 


235,00 


220.00 


61 


54 i 


S 


31 


2^1 


24 


I7i 


4-2 


Stove 


5 


350 


260.00 


240.00 


61 


54 i 


10 


SS 


24! 


26 


i8i 


6-2 


Egg or 
Stove 


3h 


940 


2SO,00 


260 00 


65 i 


ssi- 


10 


35 


24^ 


26 


18 i- 


6-2 


Egg or 

Stove 


6 


1,000 


290.00 


270.00 


61J- 


54i 


10 


37^ 


27 


^sh 


IS? 


7-2 


Egg 


6a 


1,100 


320-OO 


300,00 


65; 


58 i 


10 


37J 


27 


^8i 


iSJ- 


7-2 


Egg 


6i 


1,250 


360 - 00 


335 00 


65 


59 


12 


40 


29 5 


3' 


I9i 


S-2 


Egg 


6ia 


^■350 


3SO-00 


355 00 


69 i 


63-1 


12 


40 


39 i 


31 


195 


8-2 


Egg 


7 


^,500 


420-00 


392.00 


655 


59i 


12 


42 J 


32 


33^ 


19 S 


11-2 


Egg 


7i 


i»750 


453 'OO 


^25.00 


70i 


64 i 


12 


42 ,v 


32 


33^ 


19^ 


T T-2 


Egg 


8 


3,000 


505.00 


475.00 


^7 I 


61J 


12 


46? 


36^ 


38 1 


19 i 


'3-^ 


Szs 


m 


^.300 


530 00 


500,00 


73 


67 


12 


46? 


36 J 


3SI 


19^ 


^3-2 


Elfg 


9 


2,670 


554.00 


524 00 


67 -5 


61^ 


12 


49 i 


39 i 


40? 


19^ 


13-2 


Egg 


9i 


3-ooa 


6S0 00 


650,00 


73 


67 


£2 


49 i 


39 1 


40-' 


19^ 


13-2 


Egg 



Note. — The ratings for "King" Boilers are based on the capacity of i-inch pipe, not inclndin;; main?. No extra 
cliafge for Special H<?aders. All half sizes have five sections above fire pot. 



BRIEF POINTS OF MERIT THAT 
DISTINGUISH THE "KING" 

BOILER. 



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Ihe Roomy Ashpit, 

The Fine Shaking and Dumping Grates. 

The Convenient and Simple Shaking 
Apparatus. 

The Large and Accurate^ Fitted Doors. 

The Widely Corrugated Fire Pot. 

The Ample Combustion Chamber in 
Fire Pot and Flues. 

The Well Arranged and Extended 
Heating Surfaces. 

The Easily Cleaned Flues. 

The Rapid Circulation of Water, 

The Quality and Weight of Iron. 

The Even Metal Line secured by using 
Iron Patterns. 

The Ease of Erection of the Entire 
Boiler. 

The Double Inspection and Rigid Test 
of each Boiler, before and after assembling. 

The Guaranteed Rating, based on 
actual individual tests conducted by ex- 
perts. 




Sectionai, View OF "KING" Boiler. 
Showing Improved Design of Waterways 

CuMBUSTION ChAWBER . AND- FiRE 

Travrl. 



CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 



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STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



254 



BOILERS 




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W. 36-8. -ROVAf Water Boiler. 




Sectional View of S. 36-S. ■ROYAL" Ste.^m Boiler 



;i 




"ROYAL" SQUARE SECTIONAL STEAM AND 

WATER BOILERS. 

HEATING SURFACE. 
Note the arched Fire Chamber and extended overhanging heating 

="^f"="- FIRE TRAVEL. 

Observe the triple fire travel on both sides of the Boiler, also the 
cross fire channels between each section. 

This Boiler is so constructed that a perfect circulation and a steady 
water line is maintained. 

Ample steam space in Dome. 

"ROYAI." SQUARE SECTIONAL WATER BOILERS. 

PRICES. DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 





Gross 
Rating 


. 


eg V 






Size 


c 


r— 


■ 








Square 


Price 


^^ 




i^i 


Founda- 


S--' 


■c 


C 
KU 


^moke 


tihJn- 


Size 


Feet 


List 


<o 




5=" 


tion 








Pipe 


ping 




Radia- 






1-^ a 


^ '^' 


IncKes 


S5 

52 




Weigh I 




tion 




2 ^ 

^6S 


4.78 




aii X 59! 


^1 


l2 = 






\V^i9 .5 


1,000 


£287,50 


3-37 


2-4 


29? 


10 


1,940 


W-19-6 


1-250 


325 00 


4,19 


5 95 


2-4 


2 1 J X 36 


52 


32i 


36 


10 


2,270 


\V-i9-7 


I>SOO 


375 'OO 


5 02 


7 '2 


2-4 


2 1 i X 42 i 


52 


.vt 


42 i 


10 


2,6go 


1.S50 


425 00 


4 95 


6,u 


2-4. 


2S X 33 


571 


36S 


33 


12 


2.590 


W-25-6 


2,350 


4S7 50 


6.16 


7-64 


2-4 


28 X 40 


57I 


36i 


40 


12 


3-025 


\V-25'7 


2.650 


550 00 


7-38 


9 15 


2-5 


28 X 47 


57i 


36i 


47 


12 


3445 


\\-25-S 
W-36-5 


3-050 


612.50 


S,6o 


10.65 


^-5 


2S X 54 


57 i 


36i 


54 


12 


3.9«o 


3-450 


675 00 


9 38 


11-77 


2-5 


41 i X 39 


70 


56 


43 i 


16 


4.6^5 


W'36'6 


4-3SO 


Soo,oo 


I 1 .50 


14.69 


2-5 


41 J X 47 J 


70 


56 


52 


16 


5.590 


\\'36-7 


5-200 


925 00 


13 75 


17. Gi 


3-5 


4«i X 56 


70 


56 


6oi 


16 


6-335 


\V-36-S 


6.050 


1,062 .50 


16.00 


30 54 


3-5 


41 1 X 64i 


70 


56 


69 


e6 


7,080 


\V-36-<> 


6,950 


i.iS; 50 


1S.25 


23,46 


4-5 


41 ■ X 73 


70 


56 


77 i 


16 


7,690 


^^'-48-6 


7.S50 


i,3cx) 00 


17.84 


22.38 


2-6 


54 >: 59^ 


80 


67 


64i 


20 


8,640 


\^^48■7 


9.400 


i.537 50 


21 33 


26,76 


2-6 


54 X 70 


So 


67 


75 


20 


9.990 


w-48-8 


11,000 


»w75 00 


24.84 


31.17 


3-6 


54 X 8o3 


So 


67 


85 i 


20 


11.340 


\v-4s-9 

\V-48-'o 


"2.550 


2,012 .50 


2S.33 


35 53 


3-6 


54 X 91 


80 


67 


96 


20 


12,690 


14.150 


2.250,00 


31 S3 


39 94 


3-6 


54 xioii 


So 


67 


106 i 


20 


14.T90 



i t 



ROYAL" SQUARE SECTIONAL STEAM BOILERS. 

PRICES, DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 



"ROYAL" ROUND STEAM BOILERS. 

"Royal" Round Steam Boilers are of the vertical t3^pe, assembled 
\vith heavy push nipples, as shown on cuts. The dome is made specially 
large to provide ample steam space. In other respects its construction 
is similar to the "King" Water Boiler shown on page 253. 

PRICES, DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 



No. 



Sectio.val \"iew Sirowi.vc Fire 
Travel. Large Dome and 
push-xipple constrl'ctiok. 

No. 4-25-^. 



4-I9-S 

S-19-S 

4-2 2-S 
5-22.S 

-t-25-s 

5-25-S 
4-::8-S 
5-3S-S 
4-3 i-S 
5-3 1 -S 
4-.^.l-S 
5-J4-S 



Price, 




Height to 








Height of 






■V 


Complete 


in 


Top of OiiUet 






Water Line 






^^ 












^S - 


few 






■— ^ ^ 










Low 


High 


u 

0^ 


<7 


Low 


High 




Low- 


High 


:f ^ 


Base 


Base 


c: tj ' w 1- 




Base 


Base 


c*-- 




^■^ 


Base 


Base 


2=. 


Inches 


Inches 




tj s 


Inches 


Inches 


^ ^ 

C S Pi 


?t 


n"^ 






^^'>: 






Qa 


Ct5 
I 76 


1.84 






Ct-x 


3 


Z^ 


521500 


$227,50 


350 


54 


60J 


2S 


48 


54J 


2i 


4 


235 00 


247 50 


4CX) 


58 


64 i 


28 , 1,76 


1 .84 


55 


58J 


2i 


8 


5 


295 00 


313-75 


525 


55 


61 J 


30 


2.40 


2 53 


49 


55* 


3 


9 


4 


312 50 


331 25 


575 


59 


65 i 


30^ ; 2.40 


2 53 


53 


59 ! 


3 


9 


5 


325 00 


350 00 


625 


55 


61 i 


33I 3 14 


3.20 


49 


55I 


3I 


9 


4 


337 50 


362-50 


700 


59 


6si 


35i 3 14 


3 20 


53 


59! 


3i 


9 


5 


400,00 


43* 25 


900 


61 i 


68 i 


34i 4 12 


4 30 


54 1 


Gii 


4 


10 


4 


425 00 


456.25 


r.oao 


65 i 


73 


34i 4 12 


4 30 


58I 


66 


4 


10 


5 


500 00 


535 CO 


1.275 


62 I 


69i 


37 1 4 90 


5 'o 


54I 


6ii 


4 


10 


4 


525 00 


560,00 


1.4O0 


66* 


74 


37 4 90 


5 10 


5SJ 


66 


4 


10 


5 


550 00 


587 50 


1.500 


69 i 


751 


4<l 5 94 


6.00 


6ii 


67 i 


5 


ir 


4 


587 50 


625.00 


1 ,650 


74 


80 


40 5 94 


6,00 


66 


74 


5 


1 1 


5 













&2 


Size 


s^ 








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LisL 




"Z^^'' 


H^ 


Founda- 


5--" 


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e 


0.;: 


CJ 

a 




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Siie 


X 1- :t 
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Price 


a 3 


CJ t> 




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Inches 










ping 
Weight 




0'^:^ 




0« 








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S-!t)-5 


6do 


S3J2 50 


3-37 


4. 78 


2-4 


21 J X 39? 


52 


32i 


29' 


44 i 


ro 


T,94o 


b-19-6 


750 


330.00 


4-19 


5 


95 


2-4 


2j1 X 36 


52 


i2i 


36 


44* 


10 


2.370 


S-jy-7 


900 


400.00 


5^02 


7 


12 


2-4 


21 i X 43 i 


52 


32 i 


42 i 


44) 


10 


2,690 


^■25-5 


I. too 


450 00 


4 95 


6 


M 


2-4 


28 X 3^ 


57i 


J6i 


33 


49 


12 


2,590 


S-35-6 


1.350 


512.50 


6, 16 


7 


64 


3-4 


28 X 40 


57t 


36 i 


40 


49 


J2 


3r025 


b-25-7 


f ,600 


575 00 


7-38 


9 


15 


2-4 


28 X 47 


57i 


■364 


47 


49 


13 


3.445 


S-35-S 


1,850 


637 50 


8.60 


10 


65 


2-4 


28 X 54 


57J 


36J 


54 


49 


13 


3p9IO 


s-36-5 


2, IOC 


700 00 


9 38 


II 


77 


2-5 


43i ^ 39 


70 


S6 


43 4 


60I 


16 


4.685 


S-36-6 


2.650 


S3 7 50 


11.50 


"4 


69 


2-5 


41 J X 47J 


70 


56 


5^ 


60 i 


16 


5.590 


S-36-7 


3.150 


962.50 


13 75 


>7 


61 


3-5 


41} X 56 


70 


56 


6oi 


6oi 


16 


6.335 


S'36-S 


3-7OU 


1,100,00 


16.00 


30 


54 


3-5 


41 i X 64^ 


70 


56 


69 


60I 


16 


7.080 


S-36-9 


4.2tycj 


1.235.00 


IS. 25 


23 


40 


3-5 


4Ji X 73 


70 


56 


775 


60I 


]6 


7.690 


S-4S-6 


4.750 


1,362 50 


17.84 


22 


3^ 


26 


54 X 59i 


8q 


67 


644 


68 


20 


8,640 


S-4K-7 


5-700 


1,600 00 


21 33 


26 


76 


3-6 


54 ^ 70 


80 


67 


75 


68 


20 


9.990 


S-4S'S 


6.650 


".^37 50 


24.84 


31 


i7 


3-6 


54 X 8oi 


So 


67 


85i 


68 


20 


I J. 340 


s-48-9 


7i6(KJ 


3.075.00 


^B.33 


3S 


55 


3-6 


54 X 9! 


80 


67 


96 


68 


20 


12,690 


S-4S-ro 


8,550 


2,13? 50 


31.83 


39 


94 


3-6 


54 XIOlJ 


So 


67 


to6) 


68 


20 


J 4. 1 90 




No. 4-25-5- "ROYAL" Rovnd 

fSTEAM BoiLKk FlTTIjD W|TK "' K|NC 

AsHi'iT. CtHates and Shaui^i'G 
Mechan-ism- 



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BOILERS 



255 



STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



"ROYAL" ROUND H.W. PUSH NIPPLE BOILER. 

"Royal" Round Hot Water Boilers are of the vertical type, assembled with heavy push 
nipples. The water channels, being placed one on each side of the boiler, assure a quick and 
efficient circulation. 

In all other respects this boiler is similar to the "King" Boiler illustrated on page 253 in 
this ad. 

"ROYAL" WATER BOILER- 

LIST. DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 










* 


Height 
to Top 








r 
f 










Diameter in 












List Prices 


Outlet. 


Inches — of 


£ : -53 












J niches 






^j: S " c of 


Size 


-3 4J rt 
ii-i M r^ 

.5^ a 












No. 


High 


Low 


x: u 


> S? 


^^ 






«",„ Coal 




1S3 ^ 


Base 


Base 


— nJ 

rem 


c3 


u 


c. 

en 







o5^ 


Stove 


4-19-W 


500 


1 
S170 00 S160.00 


52i 45 i 


IQ 


S 


19 


16;! 2-2i 


5-19-W 


575 


19c ,00 


180,00 


56i: 495 


IQ 


s , 19 


i6q 2-2 i Stove 


4-^2-\\' 


675 


215 .00 


200.00 


5^i 4G 


22 


9 


22 


16^ 2-3 Stove 


5-2 > -\V 


750 


235 00 


220.00 


5^1 50 


22 


Q 


22 


i6j 2-3 Stove 


4-2 5- W 


85 


260-OO 


240.00 


54i 47 i 


s,-! 


9 


2,=^ 


17*, i-3 3 Stove 


5-2 5- W 


940 


280.00 


260 - 00 


58i 5ii 


35 


9 1 35 


i7i 


2-3^ Stove 


4-3 s-w 


1,000 


290.00 


270.00 


5S? 5^5 


28 


10 28 


i8-i 


2-4 \ Stove 


50S-W 


1,100 


320 .00 


300,00 


63 1 55J 


28 


10 1 38 


iS: 


3-4 / or Egg 


4-3 <-W 


1.250 


360,00 


3S5-00 


6oi 53 i 


31 


10 


31 


igil 2-5 Egg 


5-3 1-^^■ 


1.350 


380.00 


355 00 


65 J 58* 


31 


10 


31 


lOl 


2-5 Egg 


4-34-\\' 


1.500 


43000 


393.00 


665 5S-i 


34 


12 


34 


194 


2-5 Egg 


5-34-W 


».750 


433 00 


425 00 


72 64 


34 


12 J 34 


I9i 


a-5 E^g 




Ko. I "ROVAL" Laundry HhaT^R- 



These Boilers are of the push nippi 
NoTE-^ — The ratings for "Royal - 
I -inch pipe, not jncluding tnains. 



c construction. 
Boilers are based 



on the capacity cF 



*^ROVAL" WATER and LAUNDRV HEATERS; 

PRICES, DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 



No. 4-^2-W. "ROVAL" Boiler with Low Base 



CHIMNEY FLUES, 

Herewith is a table of chimney flue sizes which is commonly used with ^ood results. 
It does not take into consideration, varying heights of stacks, but is said to be reliable in 
average conditions. 



















^ 


J 


Approxi- 














mate 


Nominal 


Grate 


Outlets 


No. 


List 


Capacitv 


Gross 


Diam- 


Area 


and 




Price 


Gallons 


Capacitv 


eter 


Square 


Inlets 








Square 


Grate 


Feet 


Inches 








Fe^t 


Inches 






IQ 


527 30 


90 


no 


10 


54 


L-l4 


12 


4S.00 


190 


225 


12 


So 


1-24 


I 12 


5S.00 


210 


250 


12 


So 


1-2 i 


15 


6S,oo 


3S0 


450 


15 


1 .53 


r-3 


115 


So. 00 


425 


495 


15 


I 23 


1-3 


1 


30.00 


100 


120 


10 


54 


iM^ 


Lauxi- 














drv 
















No. 10 Water Heater 



Direct RAoiAnoN.* 



Size of Flue. 



StPam in Square Feet. 


Water in Square Feet. 

400 
500 
700 
850 
1,000 


Round. 


Square. 


250 
300 
400 
500 
600 


S 

8 

• & 

10 
10 


S -\ s 
8 X S 

8 X 12 
8x12 


700 


1.200 


10 


8x12 


Soo 


T-350 


12 


12 X 12 


900 

IpOOO 


1,500 
1.700 


13 
12 


12 X 12 
12x12 


1,200 


2,100 


12 


12x12 


1,400 
1,600 

1,800 


2,400 
2,700 

3<ooo 


14 
14 


12 X x6 
12 X 16 

12x16 


2,<X>0 

2.200 


3.4W 
3.700 


14 

16 


12 X 16 
16x16 


3.000 


5-IOO 


16 


16 X 16 


3.500 

5<ooo 


5.900 
8,500 


IS 

18 


16 K 30 

16 X 20 



BY ^TnA^i—CG7itinuea. 

Public Buildings. Cubic feet of space. 

Offices 50 to 75 

School Rooms 40 to 60 

Factories and Stores . h . . 70 to 1 00 

Assembly Halls and Churches joo to 150 

Allowances should be made for extraordinary'' conditions, such as character of building, 
location, exposure and quality of construction, loose windows and doors, and unusual glass 
e.N^posure, and the necessary' lengths of distributing mains. 

Professor R. C. Carpenter, of Cornell University, s-ubmits the following rule for deter- 
mining the size of radiator needed for a given room. 

Rule. — Add the area of the glass surface in the room to one-quarter of the exposed 
wall surface, and to this add from 1-55 to 3-55 of the cubical contents i.i-55 for rooms on 
upper floor. 2-55 for rooms on first floor and 3-55 for large hails); then for steam multiply 
by .2$. and for water .40. 

HEATING GREENHOUSES AND CONSERYATORIES- 

The proposition being for a gooi construction of building without exceptional con 
ditions the following will be safe practice in the assignment of radiation to meet the 
exigencies of zero weather, 

HOT WATER. 



To maintain Temperature of 



One square foot of surface to 



40 to 50 Degrees- 



jl to 4 sq. feet Glass, 



50 to 70 Degrees. 



3 to 3i sq. feet Glass, 



* Indirect radiation should be countej at 50 per cent, more than direct, anri corre- 
sponding areas of flue should be provided therefor. The amount of radiation determines 
the requisite size of boiler, and therefore area of flue. 

ESTIMATING RADIATION, 

While the radiating surface which wDl be required in any room wi^ll largely depend 
upon the proportion of exposed wall and glass surface, there must, nevertheless, be some 
relation to the cubical contents of same; and, therefore, as the simplest and most readily 
comprehended rule of apportioning radiation, we offer the following, derived from the 
experience of the best heating engineers, — the proposition being a detached building, of 
average construction and exposure, and outside temperature zero: 





STEAM. 




To maintain Temperature of 


40 to 50 DCfirees. 


50 to 70 Degrees. 


One square foot of surface to 


5i to 6i sq. feet Glass. 


4J- to 6 sq, feet Glass. 



BY HOT WATER. 

One square foot of direct radiation will heat: 

DwUllingA. 

Living Rooms, one side exposed 

Living Rooms, two sides exposed 

Living Rooms, three sides exposed 

Sleepinjif Rooms 

Halls and Bath Rooms 

Public Buildings. 

Offices : 

School Rooms 

Factories and Stores 

Assembly Halls and Churches 

BY STEAM. 

DWELMNGS. 

Living Rooms, one si ie exposed 

Living Rooms, two si.ie? exposed 

Living Rooms, three sides exposed 

Sleepinji Rooms, , 

Halls and Bath Rooms , 



Cub 



ic feet of space. 
25 to JO 



Haling found Ihe amoitvt of radiation requhrd, select a boiler of large size — one or two 
sizes larger — not one that will just do the work, A larger body of coal, under slower com- 
bustion, holding always a large reserve power to meet sudden changes and emergencies, 
will be in the order of economy and a security to the best results. 

A most important pari of a greejihoitst^ plmU Is the cfiimjiey; it should be of brick or 
tile of ample size and height, not less than :*5 feet high. Sheet iron chimneys should not 
be tolerated. 

CAPACITIES OF WROUGHT IRON PIPE. _^_^ 

Inside Diameter, Inches. 



20 to 
15 to 
30 to 
20 to 



^5 
20 

35 

30 



Length of pipe per square foot of 
external surface 

Square feet surface per 1 lineal foot.. . 

Length of pipe necessary to contain 
I gallon of water 



2.9 

0-34 
23.3 



I4 ! 13 j 2 \ ^i \ 3 


3i 


4 


5 


2.3 2.0 
0^43.0-50 

12,8 9.4 


16 

0.62 
5 7 


1-3:? 
0.75 

4.02 


1 09 
0.9^ 

2.6 


0.95 
1.05 

r 95 


0.84 
i.iS 

1-51 


0.68 
1.46 

.96 



1-74 
-66 



50 to 40 

20 to 30 

40 to 60 

60 to 80 



EXPANSION OF WROUGHT IRON PIPE. 



Temperature 

of the Air 

when Pipe is 

Fitted. 



50 to 

45 to 

40 to 

60 to 
40 to 



55 
50 

45 
70 

50 



Zero. 

64° 



Length 

of Pipe when 

Fitted. 



100 feet. 
lOQ " 
100 " 



Length of Pipe when heated to 



215 



265' 



ft. in. 

[oo I . 72 

100 1.47 

100 t .21 



ft, in. 

100 2.12 
100 1 .78 
100 i.Ci 



297' 



ft. in. 
100 2.31 



338' 



100 

lOO 



2.12 

1,87 



ft. in- 

100 2 , 70 

1 00 2 . 45 

lOO 2 . 19 



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STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



256 



RADIATOR 



I 



li 



STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



HEAD oi^fice: 

Fraser Avenue, Toronto. 



branches: 

Montreal: 304 University St. 
Quebec: roi St. John Street. 



SHOW room: 

80 Adelaide Street East, 
TORONTO. 



FACTORIES. 



CONSTRUCTION. 



STYLES AND 

SIZES. 



agencies : 

Winnipeg, Calgary, St. John, 
Halifax, Vancouver, Hamilton, 

AND Edmonton, 
plants : 

St. Catharines, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont. 

"KING" AND "IMPERIAL" RADIATORS are manufactured at St. Helens Avenue, Toronto, 
and St. Catharines plants, which are the most modern and finest equipped on the continent. 

"KING" and "IMPERIAL" are (screw nipple connection) Radiators made from the best pig 
iron, and are subjected to the most thorough test by hydraulic pressure before shipping. Special 2-inQh 
Water- Way in bottom. ^ 

"KING" two, three and four column widths in ornamental and plain pattern. "KING" five 
column Window Radiators (plain only). "KING" Ornamental and Plain Wall Radiators. "IM- 
PERIAL" one, two and three column (plain and ornamental). Complete range of sizes are given below. 
Tappings as required. 

A feature of "KING" and '" IMPERIAL" Radiation is the uniformity of ornamentation, permitting 
the use of radiators of different widths in one room without conflicting patterns. 



"IMPERIAL" ONE COLUMN. 



"IMPERIAL" TWO COLUMN. 



"KING" TWO COLUMN. 




"Imptrial" 
Water 

or 

Steam, 

Plaiai 

and 

Ornamental 



4|^<M 



ygmm 




Water 
or 

Steam, 

Plain 

and 

Ornamental, 




WirjTJI OF RAOlATUtt, 4 J'- 
LENriTn OF 1<AI)I.\TUK PEK SKtTION » ij'. 

PLvVI n . 



Whjtji of Radiator. 7{'. 
LiiN<;Tn uF Radiator fur JSection 2 J 

Plain, 



WlOTIl OF RADrATOR. 7 J '_ 

Length of Rad(ator per Section, 2^'. 
Ornamental. 



II 



IMPERIAL" ONE COLUMN. 

CAPACETIHS AND DIMlTXyiOXS. 



I I 



IMPERIAL" AND "KING" TWO COLUMN 

CAPACITIIiS AND DIMENSIONS. 





Length of 


Hhati-\'c Surface in Square Feei 




Kumlicr of 


38 in- 


32 in. 2f? int 


23 in- 


20 in. 


Seel ion 


Ra<ii:itor 


HiKh 


High Hi;^h 


Hii^h 


HiKh 






3 sq. ft. 


j1 sq. ft, ' 2 sq. ft. 


I I sq. ft. 


I J sq, rt. 






per 


per per 


per 


per 






S^^clioTi 


Section Section 


Section 


i^tcLion 


2 


6 


(> 


5 4 


3i 


3 


3 


«1 


9 


7i 


6 


5 


4l 


4 


1 1 


12 


10 


8 


&1 


6 


5 


Mi 


'5 


x?i 


10 


SI 


7i 


6 


16 


iS 


T5 


i 2 


10 


9 


7 


iHl 


21 


I7i 


"4 


lU 


mi 


S 


21 


24 


20 


ir> 


I3S 


12 


9 


-^5 5 


27 


23 1 


18 


^5 


'3i 


10 


26 


30 


*s. 


20 


16;; 


15 


II 


2HI 


33 


*7* 


22 


18I 


■ i6i 


12 


3^ 


36 


3P 


34 


20 


j8 


13 


33 i 


39 


aa* 


36 


^li 


19* 


14 


36 


42 


3S. 


28 


^3i 


31 


ts 


38I 


n 


37i 


30 


25 


aai 


16 


41 


4*>, 


32 


26 i 


34 


17 


43 i 


31 


4zi 


34 


28i 


25i 


18 


4ft 


54 


«, 


36 


30 


27 


>9 


4S! 


u 


47} 


38 


315 


28i 


30 


51 


5** I 


40 


33 1 


30 


21 


53! 


s 


52I 42 


iS, 


31) 


32 


5*^, 


55, 


44 


36 i 


33 


23 


58i 


69 


57i 


46 


38* 


34 


24 


61 


72 


60 


4S 


40 


36 


25 


635 


75 


62 i 


50 


4-lJ - 


37* 





Length 




Heating Surface in S^ 


UAHB Feet 




Num- 


4-5 an. 


38 in. 


32 in. 


30 in. 


26 in. 


23 in. 


30 in. 


ber 


of 


HiKh 


HiKh 


High 


High 


High 


HiKh 


High 


of 


Radiator 


5 sq. ft. 


4 sq. ft. 


3S sq- ft. 


3 sq. ft. 


2| sg. (t. 


2^ sq. rt. 


2 sq. ft. 


Sections 




per 


per 


per 


per 


per 


per 


per 






Section 


Sect ion 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


2 


6 


10 


8 


O'i 


6 


5i 


4! 


4 


3 


8i 


T5 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


6 


4 


II 


20 


16 


13* 


12 


.oj 
»3i 


9l 


S 


5 


'3! 


25 


SO 


I6i 


'5 


i>i 


10 


6 


16 


30 


24 


20 


18 


16 


'4 


12 


7 


18! 


35 


28 


23 1 


21 


I8l 


I6i 


>4 


8 


21 


40 


32 


26 j 


24 


= li 


i«j 


j6 


9 


23i 


45 


36 


30 


27 


24 


21 


18 


10 


26 


50 


40 


33 1 


30 


26] 


23i 


20 


ij 


28} 


55 


44 


361 


33 


29 1 


25 il 


22 


12 


31 


60 


48 


40 


36 


32 


38 


24 


13 


33 i 


65 


52 


43i 


39 


34 f 

37 1 


3ol 


26 


"4 


^fi 


70 


56 


46 i 


42 


32i 


28 


"5 


38i 


75 


60 


5°, 


45 


4°. 


35, 


30 


16 


■^^ 


So 


64 


531 


48 


42} 


37* 


33 


17 


43* 


85 


68 


56 i 


51 


45 i 


39 i 


34 


18 


46 


90 


72 


60 


54 


48 


42 


36 


19 


48 i 


95 


76 


63 i 


57 


5oi 


44 1 


3fi 


20 


^'1 


100 


80 


66 i 


&o 


53* 


46 i 


4x1 


2r 


53* 


'05 


84 


7<i 


63 


56 


49 


42 


22 


56 


no 


88 


V4 


66 


58 § 


5. 

531 


44 


23 


581 


"'5 


92 


69 


6.i 


46 


24 


6[ 


1 30 


96 


80 


72 


64 


56 


48 


25 


63* 


J25 


100 


83 1 


. 75. 


66i 


58i 


50 



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257 



STEEL AND RADIATION, LIMITED 



"IMPERIAL" THREE COLUMN 



"KING" FOUR COLUMN. 



1 1 



KING'' FOUR COLUMN. 




"Imperial" 

Three 

Column 

Water 

or 

Steam, 

Plam 

and 

Ornamental 




' -^ c- - 



a 



Li& 



LS. 



^W^Wry 



-King" 

Four 
Column 
Water 

or 

Steam. 

Plain 

and 

Ornamental 



^^'^ 



\^ 



1 

1 








■ 


















' 














1 
. 1 




1 








■ •'. 










/' 












!,«1J 


fi^' 


ksV 


1^ 


WSi 



i 



r- 



Width or Radiator, 9"^ 
Lekctii of Radiator per Section, 

Plain. 



^r. 



WiDTir OF Radiator, SJ'. 
Length of Radiator i*er Section. 4 

Plain 



Width of Radiator, S]". 
Length or Radiator [n-:R SecTiON, 
Ornamen;tal, 



*' IMPERIAL'' THREE COLUMN. 

CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS. 



^^KINC FOUR COLUMN. 

CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS- 





Length 


44 in. 


Heating Surface in Square 


Feet 




Number 


38 in. 


32 in. 


26 in. 


22 in. 


ifl in. 


of 


of 


Hiyli 


High 


HiKh 


Hi^h 


High 


High 


Sections 


Radiator 


6sq. ft 


5 sq. ft. 


4i sq, ft. 


3? sq. ft. 


3 sq. ft. 


2i sq. ft. 






per 


per 


per 


per 


per 


per 






Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


St-ction 


2 


6 


12 


10 


9 


7i 


6 


4i 


3 


8} 


iS 


15 


n\ 


Hi 


9 


6i 


4 


1 1 


24 


20 


tS 


15 


12 


9 


5 


fSi 


30 


25 


22 J 


.8? 


'5 


Hi 


6 


16 


36 


30 


^7. 


22-1 


18 


•3i 


7 


181 


43 


35 


31* 


26 i 


21 


isi 


8 


21 


48 


40 


3<i 


30 


24 


IS 


9 


23i 


54 


45 


40 1 


33 i 


27 


20i 


10 


26 


60 


50 


"^^i 


371 


30 


22i 


II 


2&i 


66 


55 


49 1 


41 i 


33 


24: 


12 


3' 


72 


60 


54 


45, 


36 


27 


13 


XI i 


7S 


65 


5M 


48 


39 


39 i 


'4 


36 


S4 


70 


63 


5^ 


42 


3'i 


15 


38 J 


90 


75 


674 


56 i 


45 


333 


16 


4' 


96 


80 


72 


60 


48 


36 


17 


43 i 


1 03 


85 


76 i 


63 1 


51 


38 i 


18 


46 


108 


90 


^[ 


67 i 


54 


40 i 


19 


48 i 


1 14 


95 


85 i 


71 1- 


57 


42 J 


20 


51 


t:?o 


roo 


90 


75 


60 


45 


31 


53? 


126 


105 


94 i 


783 


63 


47 i 


22 


56 


13^ 


no 


99 


82 5 


66 


49 i 


23 


58 i 


i.lH 


115 


iojI 


86 i 


69 


5«J 


24 


61 


U4 


120 


108 


90 


7 = 


5+, 


25 


63 i 


15*^ 


r25 


II2i 


93 i 


75 


56 i 





Ler^i^tli 




Hea 


riNG SURF; 
32 11. 


\CE IN SUUARI-: KliliT 




Number 


42 in. 


iS in. 


26 i[i. 


30 in. 


Lfj in. 


of 


of 


HL^ih 


Hiiih 


High 


, High 


High 


High 


Sections 


R:idiaLor 


9?i sq. ft. 


H sq. ft. 


6\ sq. ft. 


I 5* sq. n. 


4 SC|. ft. 


2\ S.|. ft. 






per 


per 


|)cir 


per 


per 


per 






Section 


Section 


Section 


Sectiorj 


Sec t io r» 


Suction 


2 


9 


19J 


16 


"3i 


10? 


8 


5 


3 


«3 


=9^ 


24 


20 


16 


12 


7 


4 


17 


38} 


32 


263 


21! 


t6 


in 


5 


21 


48 i 


40 


33 S 


26: 


20 


in 


6 


25 


58 


48 


40 


3i 


24 


»5 


7 


^9 


673 


56 


4(3 J 


37l 


28 


i7i 


8 


33 


77i 


64 


53 1 


42 j 


3^ 


20 


9 


37 


87 


72 


60 


4S 


3<> 


"i 


10 


4" 


96 1 


So 


66 5 


53 5 


40 


25 


11 


45 


106 s 


S8 


73 S 


SM 


44 


37i 


12 


4y 


U6 


gfj 


So 


64 


48 


30 


»3 


S2 


^253 


1C4 


HGi 


69 i 


52 


32 i 


M 


57 


135 S 


1 12 


93 5 


74J 


56 


35 


'5 


61 


'45 


120 


100 


do 


60 


374 


16 


65 


'54? 


128 


io6] 


fis! 


64 


40 


J7 


69 


1645 


"56 


»'3i 


90 i 


68 


4ii 


iS 


73 


^74 


"44 


120 


96 


72 


■+5. 


19 


77 


1S33 


J52 


12OI 


«oil 


76 


47* 


ao 


St 


1933 


160 


1 33 .1 


106 1 


80 


50 


21 


85 


203 


168 


UO 


1 12 


84 


SJi 


33 


fi9 


21^1 


176 


U^j 


1I71 


8^ 


55, 


33 


93 


3jj! 


1S4 


<53j 


I22i 


9^ 


57! 


24 


97 


232 


192 


16a 


128 


96 


Go 


25 


101 


241 1 


200 


1 66 5 


'33 1 


100 


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KING" FIVE COLUMN WINDOW RADIATOR. 



^^KING"' WArj. RADIATOR. 



CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 




13'- 



Width op R^vdcatok, _^ . 
Length of Radiator per Section. 3*< 
Hot Water and Steam. 
Plain Only. 





1 

Length of 


Heati 


NG Surface 


IS SQUARE Feet 


Number of 


■ 

20 In. 




IS in. 


16 \n. 


14 in. 


Sections 


Radiator 


High 




High 


Hiiih 


iri,i;h 






6 sq. ft. 




6 sq- ft. 


45 sq. ft. 


4i ^'\ ft- 






per 




per 


per 


per 






Section 




Section 


Section 


Section 


2 


7 


1 2 




12 


9^ 


9i 


3 


10 


t8 




e8 


'■*, 


' + , 


4 


13 


24 




24 


18! 


18^ 


5 


16 


30 




30 


23 i 


23l 


6 


19 


36 




3O 


3S 


28 


7 


22 


42 




42 


. 323 


321 


8 


25 


48 




48 


37* 


37i 


9 


28 


54 




54 


42 


42 


10 


31 


60 




60 


46^ 


46? 


11 


34 


W 




66 


5'i 


5ii 


12 


37 


72 




72 


5^ 


56 


^3 


40 


78 




78 


60? 


601 


14 


43 


84 




84 


, 65^ 


65 S 


15 


46 


90 




90 


70 


70 


16 


49 


96 




96 


74 J 


74; 


17 


52 


102 




102 


79 i 


79 S 


18 


55 


108 




loS 


84 


84 


19 


58 


114 




114 - 


88 f 


&&1 


20 


6i 


120 




120 


93 i 


93 i 


21 


64 


126 




126 


98 


9S^ 


22 


67 


132 




132 


102 I 


102 J 


, 23 


70 


1 38 




"38 


107 1 


!07i 


24 


73 


144 




144 


1 12 


I [2 


25 


76 


^50 




150 


116J 


1165 




Hot Water and Steam. 
Plain and Ornamental. 



DIMEXSIOKS AND CAPACITIES. 



Square 






Thick- 


Feet 


Width 


Length 


ness 


per 


Inches 


Inches 


of Hub 


Section 






Inches 


9 


13 


24 


3i 


7 


1^3 


24 


3 


6 


r3 


21 


3 


5 


t3 


17 


3 



Radiators may be made up of any 
number of sections and in any desired 
variety of vertical or horizontal arrange- 
ment. 



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WARDEN KING, LIMITED 



executive offices and works : 

Bennett Ave., Maisonneuve, 

MONTREAL, QUE. 



PRODUCTS 



J T 



TORONTO branch: 

200 Adelaide St. West. 



saeEs office and city m^arEhousE : 

151 Craig Street West, 

MONTREAL, QUE. 



"DAISY 
BOILER. 



FIRE-POT. 



FIRST 
SECTION. 



The "Daisy" Boiler is twenty-five years old, and there are over 50,000 in use. 

The " Daisy" Boiler of to-day Is constructed practically on the same lines as those 
first put out in 1886. It is built in one of the best equipped plants on the continent, and 
the very best material is used in every part of it. Its durabihty is proved by the fact 
that many of those which were first placed in operation are still giving the best of 

service. - • 

The "Daisy" is easy to clean and easy to operate. In the morning, after the fire 

has been banked all night, an eighth of a turn of the shaker handle serves to cut ofF 

dead^^ashes and clinkers, and the fire responds immediately; a full quarter turn of the 

handle dumps the contents of the grate into the base. 





FIG B. 



WATER-POST. 



The Fire-Pot Section (Fig. B) is so deep that all gases are consumed in the com- 
bustion chamber, consequently a high temperature of water is maintained on minimum 
fuel consumption. On the inside of the fire-pot are vertical ribs to permit the air to 
rise freely through the coal at the outside edges of the fire, keeping it burning evenly 
and preventing the accumulation of ashes near the water in the lire-pot section. 

The First Section of the " Daisy ' ' (Fig. A) is directly over the combustion chamber, 
and receives at right angles direct currents of gases of the most intense heat. In order 
to absorb all the heat possible we have increased the water capacity of this section, 
enlarged the waterways and placed raised rings on the under side, thereby increasing 
the heating surface and retarding the passage of gases until the water has absorbed the 
greatest possible amount of heat. 

The Water-Post is the connecting passage between the different water sections of 
the boiler, and possesses exclusive features. Its interior is divided by a partition which 
separates the flow and return openings. The water rising from the fire-pot enters one 
side of this casting and passes into the large openings of each section simultaneously, 
thus insuring positive and continuous circulation. The "Daisy" water-post admits of 
one or more sections being shut off, the use of the others being continued, so that ifi 
case of accident any of i/ie sections may be detached and replaced without disturbing the piping. 



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COMBUSTION 

CHAMBER 

AND FLUES. 

NOTE. 



The Combustion Chamber and Flues are so proportioned and arranged that the 
combustion of the gases commencing in the iire-pot is completed before they escape to 
the chimney. 

When desired, two or more "Daisy" Boilers may be connected in series, and under 
this arrangement they may be used singly or together. 

NET CAPACITIES (NOT INCLUDING MAINS}, DIMENSIONS AND PRICES. 



Boitcr 

Number 


N« CHpaclty 

line.-tl Feet 

of inch pipe 


Net Capacity 

tn ^square 

Teet 


List Price 


Heiiiht to Top of Dome 


Dtameter 

of 

Smolie Pipe 


niameter of 
Base Ring 


Diameter 

at Fire Fot 

Top 


Diameter 

at Fire Pol 

BotCOni 


Depih of 
Fire Pol 


No. of Mains 

flow and 

return 


Size of 

Expiinsion 

Pipe 


■% 


High Base 


Low Base 


Hifih Base 


Low Base 


Si2c of Coal 



I 

2 

3 


500 


167 


% 94 00 


$ 88.00 


5 1 ins. 


44 ins. 


7 ins. 


2 ft. 3 ins. 


i5i ins. 


I 7 2 ins 


i5t ins. 


4-2 in. 


I in_ 


Chestnut 


700 


233 


I 1 1 00 


105 -OO 


542 i"S 


48 ins. 


7 ms. 


2 ft- 3 ins. 


154 ins. 


17? ins. 


15^ ins. 


4-2 in. 


1 .in. 


Chestnut 


1000 


233 


T47 00 


140 .00 


56 ins. 


49^ ins. 


7 ins. 


2 ft. 7 ins. 


J 8 -J- ins. 


20 i ins. 


1 6 ins. 


4-2 in 


I in. 


Stove 


1500 


300 


170 00 


160 00 


58 ins. 


51 3ns. 


8 ins. 


2 ft-iojins- 


i9i ins. 


2 1 2" ins. 


i6t ins. 


4-2 in. 


1 in. 


Stove 


4 
5 
6 

6^ 

7 
8 


20CMD 


667 


215 00 


200 00 


60 ins- 


53h ins. 


8 ins. 


3 ft- o-J-ins. 


22 1 ins 


24 s ins. 


16 2" ins 


4-2 in. 


1 in. 


Stove 


2500 


260 00 


240 00 


62 ins. 


55 2- ins. 


10 ms. 


3 ft. 3 ins. 


24^ ins 


265- ins- 


1 61 ins. 


6-2 in 


I in_ 


Et;g 

Furnace 


3000 


1000 


290 .00 


270.00 


64^- ins- 


58 ins. 


10 nis. 


3 ft. 5'J'ins. 


27 ins. 


2 8 -J ins. 


I 74 ins. 


7-2 in. 


1 1 in. 


3750 


1250 


360 00 


335 00 


66^ ins. 


60 ins. 


JO ins. 


3 ft. 6^ins. 


2gl ins. 


3 > i ins. 


Ws ins. 


6-2-2-2>^ 

1 1-2 in. 


1 1 in. 


4500 
6000 

8oof) 


1500 


420 00 


392 .00 


6g ins. 


62 ins. 


12 ins. 


3 ft. 9 ins. 


32 1 ins. 


34 *ns. 


18 ins. 


I \ in 


2000 


505 00 


475 00 


70-J ins. 


63^ ins. 


1 2 ins. 


4 ft. 2^ins. 


37i ins. 


39 ins. 


i8h ins. 


13-2 in 


I '( in. 


9 


2667 


554 00 


524.00 


73i ins. 


67 ins- 


12 ins. 


4 ft. 4Jins. 


392 in^- 


41 \ ins 


184 ins. 


M-2 in 


I ^- in 


lO 


T2000 


4000 


1010 00 


850.00 


Special 


Special 


12 ms. 


Specia 


Specia 


S")ccial 


Specia 


Specia 


2 in 



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VIKING" BOILERS FOR STEAM AND HOT WATER 





riG. A 




FIG. B. 




t c 



VIKING" 
BOILERS. 



"Viking" Boilers, for steam and hot water, are noted for their prompt response to a 
quickened fire. Note the ample height of the combustion chamber above the fire, also 
the extent and arrangement of the interior surfaces to insure the maximum fuel heat 
being absorbed. 

"Viking" Boilers are especially designed for deep, slowly-burning fires, fourteen to 
sixteen inches thick and more, consequently an effective fire is easily maintained all 
night or during the day with the least possible attention; coal burns slowly and com- 
pletely, without clinkers and with greatest economy. All our fire-boxes are propor- 
tioned for moderate consumption. 



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REGULATOR An improved sensitive diaphragm Regulator (Fig. A) is furnished with all steam 

Kituuiviviu u^-^^- ..^ The diaphragm is unusually large and responds quickly to the slightest 

change of boiler pressure, opening draft and damper when the pressure falls and closing 
them when it rises. The pressure to be carried is regulated by the counterweight^ With 
adequate draft and fuel and when connected with our improved balance check-damper 
(Fig. B), this regulator will automatically control and maintain steam pressure. 

CONSTRUCTION. Sections are accurately reamed, connected by tapered push-nipples, then dra^yn 

together and held permanently in place by iron rods. 



HYDROSTATIC 
TEST. ■ ■ 

ADVANTAGES. 



RATINGS. 



75 lbs. per square inch. 

Easy to operate. 

Easy to clean. 

Honestly made. 

Hard Coal, Soft Coal, Coke or Wood may be used. 

Made in four series comprising twenty-seven regular sizes. 

The "Viking" water-line area is about 50 per cent, in excess of its grate area- 
result, "Dry Steam." . 

Dimensions, Capacities, Prices, etc. The following ratings are gross and include 
mains, risers and branches. 



Scries 
and 

Number 



15-4 
5 

6 

7 



Measure- 
ments of 
Fire Box 

at Top in 



20'4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

r 1 



17 X 18 
17 X 24 
17 X 30 
17 X 36 



Fire Area 

and diameccr of 

equivalent round grate 



Square 
Inches 



Equtvakht 
rountJl grate 



30-5 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 



22 X 18 
22 X 24 
22 X 30 

22 X 36 
22 X 42 

22 X 48 

22 X 54 
22 X 60 



306 
408 

612 



25^- 
27-^ 



32 X 24 
32 X 30 
32 X 36 

32 X 42 
32 X 48 
32 X 54 
32 X 60 
32 X 66 
32 X 72 



396 

528 

660 

792 

924 

ICJ56 

1148 

1320 



40-5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

II 

12 
13 



X 32 
X 40 

X 48 



42 
42 
42 

42 X 56 
42 X 64 
42 X 72 
42 X 80 
42 X 88 
42 X 96 



768 

960 
II52 

1344 
I53& 
1728 

1920 

21 12 
2304 



22-' 
26 
29 
31'- 

34 1 
36 1 

38 i 
41 



Principal Dimensions 
in Inches 



Height 



57 
57 
57 

57 



Width 



■344 

1680 
2016 

2352 

2688 
3024 
3360 
3696 
4032 



3lt 

35 

38^ 

41-8 
44i 

46 J- 

492 
5ii 
54 b 



65 

65 
65 
65 
65 

65 
65 
65 



28 
28 
28 
28 



Lcngtb 



Size of 
Smohe 
Outlet 



41 8 

46 i 

50 s 

54i 
58^ 
62 

65 
681 

72 



70 

70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 



33 

33 
33 
33 

33 
33 
^3 
33 



31 
37 
43 
49 



Steam 



80 
80 
80 
So 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 



43 
43 
43 
43 
43 
43 
43 
43 
43 



31 

37 

43 

49 

55 
6! 

67 

73 



7 ins. 
7 ins. 
7 ins. 
7 ins. 



53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53 



37 
43 
49 
55 
61 

67 

73 
79 
85 



9 ins. 
9 ins, 
9 ins. 
9 ins. 
9 ins. 
9 ins. 
9 ins. 
9 ins. 



Bepular 

Tappings 

(low 3rd 

rvtum 



1-4 in. 
1-4 in. 
1-4 in. 
1-4 in. 



40 
48 

56 

64 

72 
80 

88 

96 

104 



14 ins. 

14 ins. 
14 ins. 
14 ins. 
14 ins. 
14 ins. 
14 ins. 
14 ins. 
14 ins. 



1-4 in. 
1-4 in. 
i-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 



Cross 

Capacily 

Square Feet 



300 

425 
550 

675 



500 
600 

800 
1000 
!200 

1400 
1600 
1800 



HeSfiht oF 

Water 

Line 



48 ins. 
48 ins, 
48 ins 

48 ins 



55 ins. 
55 ins. 
55 ins. 
55 ins. 
55 ins. 
55 ins, 
55 ms. 
55 ins 



List Price 



^2 1 5 . 00 
255-00 
295.00 

337-50 



Hot Water 



RegLilai- 

Tappings 

How and 

return 



2-4 m. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 

3-4 in- 
3-4 in- 



18 ins. 
18 ins. 
18 ins. 
: 8 ins. 
18 ins. 
18 ins. 
18 ins. 
1 8 ins. 
18 ins. 



1-6 in. 
1-6 in. 
1-6 in. 
2-6 in. 
2-6 in. 
2-6 in 
2-6 in 
2-6 in 
2-6 in 



1000 
1350 
1700 
2100 
2400 
2700 
3000 
3300 
3600 



2000 
2550 

3075 
3675 

4275 
4950 
5625 

6300 

6975 



57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 
57 ins. 



275.00 
312.50 
375-00 
425 00 
475 00 
525 00 
575 00 
625 .00 



1-4 m. 
1-4 in. 
2-4 in. 

2-4 in. 



64 i ins. 
64^ ins. 
64^ ins 
645 ins 
64 j ins. 
64 J ins. 
64^ ins. 
64i ins. 
64J ins. 



425.00 
512-50 
600 . 00 
700 00 
775 00 
850,00 
925 00 
looo .00 
1075 00 



2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 



Cross 

C;tpacity 
Square F«et 



500 
700 

goo 
1100 



Size of 

Expansion 

Pipe 



700. 00 
825 00 
950 00 
1075.00 
1200.00 
1325.00 
1450.00 
1575-00 
1700.00 



2-4 in. 
2-4 in. 
3-4 in. 
3-4 in. 
4-4 in. 

4-4 in. 

4-4 ui. 
4-4 in. 
4-4 in. 



825 
1000 

1325 
1G50 
2000 
2300 
2600 
2900 



1 in. 

I in: 

I in. 

I in. 



List Price 



I in. 
1 in. 
I \ in 



1-6 in. 
2-6 in. 
2-6 in. 
2-6 in. 
2-6 in. 
3-6 in. 
3-6 in. 
3-6 in 
4-6 in 



1650 
2250 
2800 
3400 
4000 
4SOO 
5000 
5500 
6000 



I i in. 
i\ in. 
I \ in. 
Is in, 
I \ in. 



190.00 
230.00 
270.00 
312.50 



250.00 
287.50 
350,00 
400.00 
450.00 
500.00 
550.00 
600.00 



3500 
4400 
5400 
6400 

7425 
8550 

9675 
10800 

11925 



il in. 
1 1 in. 

1 \ in. 
li in. 
li in. 
I -J in. 
I J in. 
li in. 

2 in. 



1 2 in. 
i^ in. 
1 5 in. 
2 in. 



400.00 
487^50 
575 00 
675 00 
750.00 
812 .50 

887.50 
962 .50 

1037.50 



2 
2 

2 

2 
2 



m. 
in. 
in 
in 
in 



675 00 
787-50. 
912-50 
1037.50 
1162.50 
1262 .50 
J387-50 
1512.50 
1637.50 



See also advertisement on page 199. 



CONTINUED ON NEX1 



VIATORS 



21)1 



WARDEN KING, LIMITED 



WARDEN KING, LIMITED 

executive offices and works: ■ toronto branch: sales office and city warehouse 

Bennett Ave., Maisonneuve, 200 Adelaide St. West. 151 Craig Street West, 

MONTREAL, QUE. MONTREAL, QUE. 

"VIKING" RADIATORS. 
Two Column. 

PRICES. CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS. 
Plain, Sugars Top, Watur and Stram. 

















llE.\TrNG 


Surface. 














45 in, in 


-38 in. in 


32 in, Hi 


1 

30 in. in ! 26 in. in 


2% in. in 


20 in. in 


u. 




Height, 


Height. 


H*^i 


ght. 


Height. 


Hei 


ght. 


Hei 


yht. 


Height. 


Number 

Sections. 


Hi ^ 


■M 

G a* 


Hi V 

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4 




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p Of 
V a 






cr 4j 




4-1 
6% 


4-1 

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tdJv 


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WW 




P c 


tow 


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3 c 


TjW 


11-1 1 

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coco 


■i-i ' 
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u 




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Q"-^ 


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W^ 


a 


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W -^ 




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UI- 


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W - 


a. 


W - 


2 


5 


10 


30 


8 


24 


6? 


20 


6 


18 : 5i 


16 


4l 


14 


4 


12 


3 


7i 


15 


45 


12 


3'> 


10 


30 


9 


27 


8 


24 


7 


21 


6 


iS 


4 


10 


20 60 


16 


4» 


13 


40 


12 


36 


10! 


32 


Qi 


28 


8 


24 


5 


12? 


25 75 


20 


60 


i6i 


50 


»5 


45 13 i 


40 


i-ii 


ZS 


10 


30 


6 


15 


30 90 


34 


72 


20 


60 


18 


54 


16 


4H 


M 


42 


12 


36 


7 


17* 


Z5 105 


38 


84 


23^ 


70 


21 


63 i8§ 


5<J 


i6i 


49 


H 


42 


3 


20 


40 120 


32 


96 


26? 


80 


24 


72 21J 


64 


i«i 


56 


16 


48 


9 


22* 


45 ^35 


36 


loS 


30 


90 


27 


81 24 


72 


21 


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18 


54 


lo 


25 


50 , 150 


40 


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33 1 


100 


30 


90 2GI 


So 


25i 


70 


20 


60 


1 I 


27? 


55 165 


44 


132 


36,^ 


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33 


99 395 


88 


251 


77 


22 


66 


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30 


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40 


J 20 


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loS 32 


90 


28 


84 


24 


72 


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65 '95 


52 


156 


43 


130 


39 


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104 


30J 


9« 


26 


78 


J4 


35 


70 2 10 


56 


16S 


46J 


140 


42 


126 37l 


1 12 


32} 


98 


28 


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15 


37 A 


' 75 225 


60 


180 


50 


150 


45 


135 40 


120 


J5 


105 


30 


90 


16 


40 


80 240 


64 


192 


53 4 


160 


4tt 


144 425 


12S 


37i 


IJ2 


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9^ 


17 


4--:- 


S5 255 


63 


204 


5&1 


170 


5> 


153 45i- 


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391 


119 


34 


102 


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45 


90 270 


72 


216 


Go 


J 80 


54 


162 48 


144 


+2 


126 


36 


loS 


19 


47 1 


95 285 


76 


22S 


6.1 1 


190 


57 


171 50L 


'52 


+4i 


133 


3« 


114 


20 


so 


^ 100 1 300 


80 


240 


66^ 


200 


Co 


180 53! 


160 


+<=i 


J 40 


40 


120 


21 


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105 ' 315 


S4 


252 


70 


2IQ 


03 


1S9 56 


168 


49 


H7 


42 


126 


22 


55 


t 10 330 


88 


264 


73^ 


220 


66 


198 581 


176 


5ii 


154 


44 


132 


23 


57'- 


J 15 345 


92 


276 


1^1 


230 


69 


207 61 1 


1^4 


53 i 


161 


46 


13S 


^4 


60 


120 360 


96 


28S 


So 


240 


72 


216 64 


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16S 


48 


144 


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62 h 


125 1 375 


100 


300 


S3-i 


250 


75 


225 06i 


200 


585 


175 


50 


150 


Price p 


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Sci. Ft 




4S ■ ... 

1 


4S 


. , . 


52 


■ - - 


54 


56 


■ ■ ■ 


5« 


. . - 


62 


- ■ ■ 



In estimating length of radiator allow \ inch Tor each plug or bushing. 

"VIKING" RADIATORS. 
Four Column. 

PRICES, CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS. 
Plain, Square Top, \\'.\TeR and StEam. 





.id 

SZ 1* 


HEATING Surface. 


^-ri 


42 ir. 

in Hti^fht, 


38 in. 1 32 in. 
in Height. in Ht;iglit. 


2fi ill. ' 20 in. 
in Height, in Height. 


i6 in. 
in Heii^ht. 


Number 
Sections, 


^1 

COCO 




£i1i 

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"5 d 


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2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
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9 

sn 

3 I 

32 
13 
14 
15 

i6 

'7 
18 

19 

30 
21 
22 
23 
34 
25 


St 

20 i 

24 i 
28J 

33 
37S 

4ii 
45 J 

49* 

57 J 

ru; 

66 

70; 

74I 

82I 
868 
90 J 

94 1 

99 
103! 


I9i 
29 

48 J 
58 
67| 
77 i 

96? 
106J 
116 
1253 

'43 

i.'i4S 

164S 

174 

'93S 
203 

2.23 
233} 

23s 
341J 


5S 

87 
J 16 

145 

174 
203 

232 

26: 

290 

319 

34S 
377 
406 

435 
464 

4<J3 
523 

551 
580 

609 

638 
667 
69O 
725 


16 

^4 
32 
40 
48 

56 
64 
72 

80 
S8 
96 
104 
1 12 
120 
128 
'3rt 

144 

160 
168 
176 
184 
192 
200 


4S 
72 
96 

T20 
144 
168 
192 
216 
240 
264 
288 
3^2 

33G 
360 

384 
408 

43 a 

456 
480 

504 
528 

55? 
600 


I3i 

20 

26} 

33 i 

46^ 

53 1 
60 
66 5 

73 5 
So 

S6 3 

93 3 
100 

106; 

113I 

120 

126^ 

133 i 
140 

146 1 

iS3t 

160 

166 


40 
60 

80 
100 
120 

T40 
i6o 
180 

300 
220 

240 
260 
280 

300 
320 

340 

360 

■ 380 
400 

420 

440 
460 
480 
500 


16 

32 

37i 

4S 

53i 

583 

64 

6g! 

743 
80 

96 

1063 

112 

ii7i 

I221 
128 

i33i 


32 

48 
64 

80 

96 

112 
128 
144 
160 
176 
192 
20S 

224 

240 

256 
272 
288 

304 
320 

336 

368 

384 
400 


s 

12 

j6 
20 

24 

2S 

35 
36 

40 

44 
4S 

52 

56 

60 

64 
68 

72 
76 
80 

84 
88 
92 
96 
100 


^4 
36 

48 
60 

72 

84 

96 
108 
120 

132 
144 

156 
168 
I So 
192 

204 

2X6 

22S 

240 

252 
264 

276 

288 
300 


5 

20 

3 = i 
25 

30 

.1.5 

37J 

40 

43-1 

47-1 

52 i 
55 
575 
60 
62 1 


30 

37 i 
45 
52 i 
60 

82 i 
90 
97 i 
105 

112 J 

120 

127i 

135 

I42I 

150 

1574 

I72i 

180 

i87l 


Price per 
Sq.Ft 


48 


. - , 


48 


- ■ - 


52 


. . . 


56 




62 


> 1 - 


68 


* ■ 1 



CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 



TT x^a.vj^.i:/i.i j^xxivj, Xj ^TXJ-XiZfJ^ 



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V XJ^XX^ VJ TT XXI A^\^ TT XVjTU^XTI X V. 



"VIKING" WINDOW RADIATORS. 



i 



* 




ANGLES FOR WATER OR STEAM. 



"VIKING" WINDOW RADIATORS. 



K 





-D-- 



lo ordering angle radiators, an exact tempidit: should be furnished. When this 
is not, convenient, it will be necessary- to have the above diag^ram. 

Care must bt taken to give the exact measurements as indicated by letters A, B, 
C, D, E and F. If twin tappings are reqviiri^d, show their location on the diagram. 

CORKER- 
Water and Steam, 

Orders For corner radiators must siatt- the number of sections required on each 
side of corntr section, AU corner radiators for water are tapped sijigle connection. 

HIGH LEGS. 

All direct radiators of the different heights are fitted on special orders with leg 
sections of any height ranging from the t^tandard lo iS inches from floor to centre of 
bottom tapping!^, 

WALL BRACKETS. 

Wall brackets are furnished on special orders, for hangint' two, three and four 
column radiators. Orders should plainly state where these brackets are intended 
to be used, so that the radiator may be supplied without lej^s- 

All direct radiators illustrated in this catalo^oie may be made up in anyie, corner, 
hij^h le;,', wall bracket, stairway or window styles. 

PRICES OF SPECIALS- 
These prices have to be added to the regular price of the different radiators; 

Circular or Curved, per s<:^cLion £i .05 

Angle or Corner, per section 5 30 

High Lejfs, up to 9 ins. inclusive, per i^g section , 60 

Hij,'h Legs. 10 to 15 ins, inclusive, per ic^ section i 20 

Hi^h Legs. 16 and over inclusive, per leg section 2 00 

Wall Hangers for top of radiator, each 70 

\\'all Hanj^crs for bottom of radiator, each qq 





LISTS, CAPACITIES AXD DIMEXSIOXS. 






Length of 


Heating Surface in Square Pbbt. 










Number of 


Rad iator 


20 in. high 18 in. high 


16 in. high 


14 in. high 


Sections. 


in Inches- 


6 Sq, Ft, 6 Sq. Ft. 


4!Sq. Ft. 


4i Sq. Ft, 






per per 


per 


per 






Section. i Section. ; Section. 


Section. 


9 


7 


12 


12 


9i 


9i 


3 


10- 


iS 


18 


«4 


14 


4- 


13 


24 


24 


>8i 


. I8i 


5 


16 


30 


30 


23 i 


33\ 


6 


19 


36 


36 


28 


38 


I 


32 


+2 


42 


32 i 


32 i 


25 


48 


4& 


37 i 


37 i 


9 


28 


54 


54 


42 


42 


[O 


31 - 


60 60 


46 i 


4fii 


[ I 


34 


66 


66 


5«J . 


5ii 


£2 


37 


72 


72 


56 


56 


13 


40 


78 


78 


6oJ 


60I 


14- 


43 


84 


84 


6sl 


6s i 


»5 


46 


90 


90 


70 


70 


Id 


49 


96 


96 


74i 


74 1 


>r 


5« 


J02 


102 


79* 


79 i 


la 


55 


loS 


108 


84 


84 


J9 


58 


(14 


114 


88} 


881; 


70 


61 


120 


1 20 


93 i 


93* 


21 


64 


126 


t26 


98 


98 


22 


67 


'32 


132 


I03) 


102] 


23 


70 


138 


138 


107 1 


io7i 


34 


73 


144. 


144 


112 


112 


35 


76 


150 


<50 


ii6i 


ii6i 


Price per Sq. 


Fool 


62c- 64c, 68c. 

1 

1 I 


72c. 



To find equivalent in i inch pipe, multiply square fool surface by j- 

Length of radiator ts estimated 00 the basis of 3 in. for each :%ection. plus J inch 
on each end for plugs and bushings. 



ti 



VIKIXG" WALL RADL\TOR. 



BRACKETvS FOR WALL RADIATORS. 





^ft_ section, 15 indies wnie b^' 22 inches long. List, 48c- per fooL 



Other styl« of Brackets to order. Aiso made with Ceiling Hangers lo order. 



DIATORS 



2ti3 



THE DOMINION RADIATOR CO., LIMITED 



THE DOMINION RADIATOR COMPANY, LIMITED 



aAFFORD 

BOILERS &- RADIATORS 





ZF.NDA — I*I.A1N. 



general offices and works: 
Van Horne and Dufferin Streets, 

TORONTO, ONT. 

Safford Radiators adapt themselves to every possible 
requirement of heating and ventilating apparatus. 

ZENDA SINGLE COLUMN RADIATOR- 

Plain and Ornamental. Square Top. Water and Steam. 

Capacities and Dimensions. 



branches at 

]\Iontreal, Oue. 
Winnipeg. Man. 

Vancouver. B.C. 
St. John, N.B. 



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ZKNDA -ORNAVrHMTAi,. 



FAVORITE AND DALSY TWO-COLUMN RADIAI'ORS. 

Ornamental. Round and Square Top, Water and Steam. 

Capacities and Dimensions. 




Favorite— Ornamentai,. 



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I 66 


idM 


4^ . 


140 


;i7'-i 


\[2 \ ':>< M 


21 


^■>J 




r> 


S2'2 ^ tJO iSii 


■SJ) 


l->il 


4tl 


120 


;KI I VMJ 


''.I- 1 ^ 


f.7'j 




i*i 


.^'» ' 54 1 1^2 


o3^ 


iPiO 


4J- 


ILN 


.12 


■fH 


24 


*-* 




17 


59^ ^ ^ 1 204 


56H 


170 


46'* 


J*S 


34 


nn 


254 


7fiS 




1^ 


n;; ' 72 


2|tj 


60 


W> 


4S 


144 


:ifi 


|0>^ 


— 1 


'ii 




IH 


f^'f S "ri 


22^ 


rvtS 


iim 


r 


152 


,1M 


It4 


2^S 


"^'^'^ 




'JO 


70 bO 


240 


ti'&^ 


2no 


■W. 


1^1 


4jI 


' H F 




lil 


734 " W 


25:^ 


TD 


210 


:>ri 


Ids 


42 


iL^i 


31 ^- 


■14'- 




22 


77 1 W 


21U 


73'. 


2*.) 


,"vS --i 


I7fi 


44 


132 


31 


T"*' 




2;j 


J:WK i 'J2 


27ii 


TtVj 


2-JO 


filS 


IS4 


4fi 


US 


34 S 


l>'3'. 




24 


j^ 


91^ 


24 S 


^» 


:]44j 


Trt 


I*i2 


4c 14-J 


3*^ 


KM 




:i5 


87 b 


IW 


300 


83\ 


2S<} 


ties 


200 


5(» 


I50 


37! J 


112', 






Daisy — Ornamental, 



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264 



KAJJiATO 



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Reg in a — Orn AM ent al 



'v. 




Regixa — Plain-. 



SAFFORD 
TWO-COLUMN R-IDIATORS. 



Ornamental. 



Water and Steam. 



Capacities and Dimensions. 




^ 



Perfhct — Ornamental. 



- ■ 

II 


SccDoa 










HXiXisi; !- 


UO-FACE 














i.y -.a. 


Kcght 


W in 


Scigbt 


XT iiv He^bl 


torin 


Btight. 


30* in 


Hr^ht 


23" ifl 


R^ffht 


nr m 


Hnxbt 




per 




4 


1-itt. 


Sq -Pl- 

P" 

SccOoa 


Pipe 


3 
Sq- Fl_ 


■Lest 


SqPt 
P" 


Kpc 


Sq. Pt- 
SCCtUQ 


EgniT- 

Pipe 


3 
gq Ft. 

Tcccwa 


■Imt 




2 


5 


10 


30 


g 


24 


6?^ 


20 


6 


IS 


5K 


16 


4fi 


14 


4 


12 




3 


7M 


15 


4-5 


12 


36 


10 


30 


9 


27 


8 


24 


T 


21 


6 


18 




4 


10 


20 


60 


IS 


48 


13M 


40 


12 


36 


10!i 


32 


9M 


28 


8 


24 




5 


12^4 


25 


75- 


20 


^ 


16^ 


50 


15 


45 


iS'i 


40 


u^ 


35 


10 


30 




6 


15 


30 


90 


24 


72 


20 


60 


te 


54 


16 


4S 


14 


42 


12 


36 




' 


^•H 


35 


lOS 


2S 


^ 


23W 


70 


21 


63 


uw 


56 


I6K 


49 


14 


42 




8 


20 


40 


130 


32 


B(> 


2ift^ 


dO 


24 


72 


2!H 


64 


i^H 


5« 


U 


48 




9 


22M 


45 


1S5 


36 


lOS 


30 


90 


r 


SI 


24 


72 


21 


63 


IS 


54 




10 


25 


50 


150 


40 


12Cr 


33M 


loo 


30 


90 


26=i 


m 


^^i 


70 


20 


An 




IL 


27^ 


55 


16^ 


+i 


132 


36!i 


uo 


33 


W 


2&H 


^ 


25« 


77 


22 


ee 




U> 


30 


WD 


ISO 


4S 


144 


40 


120 


36 


ic» 


32 


96 


2S 


M 


24 


7? 




13 


32S 


65 


185 


52 


156 


43« 


13^ 


39 


117 


34H 


lOi 


30!^ 


91 


36 


78 




14 


3-5 


70 


2J0 


56 


16S 


46M 


140 


42 


126 


»r>i 


112 


32^ 


m 


26 


84 




13 


3".4 


75 


225 


60 


180 


SO 


150 


45 


135 


40 


120 


35 


\o& 


30 


90 




10 


40 


SO 


240 


64 


192 


53! J 


160 


4d 


144 


42^ 


129 


37 ?i 


112 


32 


05 




17 


42 S 


tt 


2^5 


m 


204 


56ri 


170 


5t 


153 


45S 


136 


39^1 


111* 


$4 


102 




IB 


46 


M 


270 


72 


at 


60 


IK» 


^ 


162 


4« 


144 


42 


12S 


36 


108 




19 


-4"S 


95 


285 


76 


23& 


634 


1»0 


57 


171 


50*i 


152 


^H 


133 


38 


114 




20 


50 


100 


3U0 


SO 


2*> 


6rt-3 


2O0 


60 


IW 


S3-i 


160 


46' 3 


140 


40 


120 




21 


52 S 


1C3 


315 


84 


252 


70 


2tO 


$3 


189 


56 


I6S 


49 


147 


42 


126 




22 


55 


uo 


330 


ss 


2&+ 


73"; 


220 


GA 


I9b 


^S 


176 


51 -i 


154 


44 


m 




23 


57 S 


115 


34.^ 


92 


276 


T6^ 


^Sfi 


99 


207 


61 S 


IM 


M*n 


161 


46 


138 




2J 


60 


120 


aeo 


96 


2S«t 


M 


240 


72 


216 


64 


192 


56 


16A 


4£ 


144 




25 


62N 


125 


575 


100 


*:o 


ra^ 


25-1 


75 


■•TS 


a6=i 


WO 


5e« 


175 


50 


150 






Perfect— Plain Square Top. 

Made also with Round Top. 



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SAFFORD TRIDENT THREE-COLUMN RADIATOR. 



Plain and Ornamental. 



Square Top. 
Capacities and Dimensions. 



Water and Steam 






9 


HEATING SURFACE 




44" in HcipM 


38' in HciffhE 


S^ lu ■i.-.^bl 


M" io Hcighi 


•'2" in Htiahl 


IS" in Htlffhi 




-^. Ft, 


Kquiina- 

tCbt 

Pipe 


5 

per 


H^uivn- 
lenB 
)-in. 
Pipe 


4H 

Sq-Ft. 

ScctLDD 


Equiva- 

feut 

Hpe 


33, 
&q. Ft. 

Sect ton 


Eent 
l-in. 
ripe 


3 
Sq. Fl. 


l-{d. 

Pipe 


2y, 

S<|. Ft. 

^ ^^ 
Section 


l£qui VB- 

lent 
]-iii. 
Pipe 




2 


S 


1? 


36 


10 


30 


9 


27 


7)i 


22K 


6 


18 


4K 


13 N 




3 


'^ 


.IS 


54 


15 


45 


13;^ 


40^ 


l\ii 


33V 


9 


27 


6:V 


20 ', 




4 


10 


24 


1 -. 


20 


m 


18 


54 


15 


4^^ 


12 


38 


& 


27 




5 


12.^ 


30 


90 


25 


75 


22K 


67 >i 


ISff 


^^ 


15 


45 


nu 


33i, 




S 


15 


36 


108 


30 


90 


27 


81 


22 S^ 


Q7'A 


IR 


54 


13': 


40 !i 




7 


17W 


42 


128 


35 


105 


■11 H 


WW 


■^BW 


7KV 


21 


63 


15V 


47V 




S 


20 


4!4 


144 


40 


120 


^ 


108 


31) 


UO 


24 


72 


18 


54 




9 


22^ 


54 


1*^2 


45 


135 


40K 


121 >^ 


33 KT 


101 \ 


27 


SI 


20 S»' 


eov 




10 


25 


60 


180 


50 


150 


4-') 


135 


aT^-i 


112>i 


30 


90 


2254 


67 >i 




11 


27 K 


66 


1!18 


55 


16^ 


49)i 


M8ji 


4m 


r>3j*^ 


33 


99 


24 V 


74 U 




12 ' 


30 


72 


218 


80 


iSO 


54 


152 


45 


135 


36 


108 


2r 


S! 




\Z 


323^ 


78 


234 


65 


195 


58J4 


175.^ 


48 i^ 


146^ 


3ft 


117 


25* Vi 


S7V 




14 


3.S 


84 


252 


70 


210 


fi3 


189 


52^ 


157K 


42 


126 


Zl'i 


94h 




15 


37^ 


90 


270 


75 


225 


fi'vi 


202 >^ 


56^ 


IfiSV 


45 


135 


UH 


101 V 




16 


40 


06 


2SS 


SO 


240 


72 


216 


60 


ISO 


4^ 


144 


^\ 


lOS 




17 


42H 


102 


306 


S.S 


25,^ 


7e;, 


32y>i 


63?ir 


11* l!,^ 


51 


153 


?>^U 


IHV 




18 


4-5 


108 


324 


90 


270 


81 


2^3 


67?^ 


202 ;4 


54 


162 


^li 


121 ', 




19 


47 M 


114 


342 


95 


285 


S5.^ 


258 >i 


7"^' 


213^^ 


57 


171 


42 V 


12^ H 




20 


SO 


120 


360 


!00 


300 


90 


270 


75 


22r, 


m 


180 


45 


135 




51 


62,^ 


126 


378 


ia5 


315 


^yi 


283^^ 


"8 it 


236H 


63 


181^ 


^ru 


1 4 1 V 




22 


55 


132 


396 


no 


330 


99 


297 


82 !S 


247^^ 


66 


198 


■19.S 


14 SK 




23 


5?;^ 


138 


414 


115 


345 103.'^ 


310K 


^'4 


25S?i 


69 


207 


31 V 


155'j 




24 


60 


J44 


432 


IZO 


360 


106 


324 


90 


270 


72 216 


54 


Hd2 




25 


62;^ 


150 


450 


125 


375 


n2K 


337 M 


93V 


281?*' 


75 


225 


.b6\ 


168 V 






Fridext-^Platn. 



Trident — Ornamental 



SAFFORD IDEAL FOUR-COLUMN FLUE VENTILATING RADIATOR. 



Plain and Ornamental. 



Square Top. 
Capacities and Dimensions. 



Water and Steam. 






-a o 


3-in. 


heatinc suKFAct: 




«"iii Jlclct'l 


^"in Meislit 


■ST ill Heiuhl 


2a" III Hei}flu 


20' irt MeJgTit 




5q.Fl. 
per 

SecdoQ 


Kqbiivalciii 
l-in. 
Pipe 


7 
Sq. HI, 

p*^r 
Seel 101 L 


1 hi. 
Pipe 


5M 
per 


Uquivakn 
]-ln. 


Action 


l':*ink\Tlcii 
l-in, 

Fipc 


3'. 

pi-r 
SccLion 


rvqili vale 111 
1 in. 
Pipf 




2 


6 


lfi>i 


4y!i 


14 


42 


^ ny. 


34;^ 


9 


27 


6M 


lt<I< 




3 


9 


24V 


UK 


21 


k: 


i:.'V 


51V 


\-^'A 


40^ 


^ ' 

ov 29 1-: 




4 


12 


33 


99 


28 


S4 


23 


69 


IS 


54 


13 


-^ 

^9 




5 


15 


41 V 


12:3 V 


35 


105 


2S,V 


86 V 


22;^ 


87 !i 


16V 


4SV 




6 


|i< 


^9h' 


H8« 


42 


L2-^ 


34^ 


I03!< 


27 


SI 


19 V 


58^ 




7 


21 


57 V 


m)i 


4!l 


147 


40V 


120 V 


31 'i 


&4!i 


22V 


ssi^ 




8 


24 


68 


198 


56 


IfiS 


46 


138 


3fi 


108 


26 


78 




9 


27 


74 V 


222V 


63 


S8y 


51V' 


155M 


40 >^ 


121;^ 


29 V 


S7V 




10 30 


82;. 


247,!^ 


70 


210 


57 li 


I72-S 


45 


135 


■)2.'i 


&7^ 




11 


33 


90V 


272V 


77 


ZU 


fi3?^ 


JS9V 


4fiK 


148'^ 


36V 


107 V 




12 


36 


99 


297 


84 


252 


^9 


207 


-t4 


162 


39 


117 




13 


39 


107'+ 


321V 


91 


273 


74V 


224W 


58;^ 


175^^ 


42V 


12flV 




14 


42 


115M 


340^ 


98 


294 


so-^ 


241 Ji 


83 


IS'J 


45 >i 


138fi 




15 


^0 


123 V 


371V 


105 


315 


>*6V 


258 V 


67'^ 


202^ J 


-isv 


HfiV ^ 




18 


4N 


332 

— . 


3^)fi 


112 


336 


1^2 


276 


72 


216 


52 


156 




17 


51 


140'^ 


420 V 


MQ 


:i.57 


97 V 


293 V 


76;^ 


229'^ 


55!^ 


l^^5V 




IJS 


51 


14ft '.i 


445;^ 


126 


378 


10314 


310^ 


81 


243 


58 li 


175>i 




19 


67 


158 V 


47(1?^ 


133 


399 


lOyj^ 


327 V 


sr^y. 


350 H 


-ilV 


IKVV 




20 


60 


l&'i 


4^)5 


HO 


420 


US 


34fi 


90 


270 


65 


195 




21 


83 


173 V 


SU'-^ 


147 


441 


120 V 


362 V 


94 -i 


2ft3^S 


8SV 


2C^V 




22 


66 


a81>i 


5W/2 


154 


4ii2 


126,"^ 


379;^ 


99 


297 


7Pi 


214>i 




23 


m 


189V 


569V 


lAl 


48:i 


132.V 


396 V 


^OZyi 


3UJK 


74 J^ 


224 'i' 




24 


n 


198 


5H4 


Lr)8 


504 


138 


414 


108 


324 


7S 


234 




25 


75 


208!4 


61 «V 


175 


525 "^ 


U33^ 


*31V 


Il2>i 


337^ 


Sl^ 


243V 






DEAL — Plain. 



Ideal — Oen^amental. 



The Ideal Radiator^can be supplied with Ventilating Box Bases if desired. 



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SAFP^ORD 

FAVORITE AND DAISY 

FOUR-COLUMN RADIATORS 



Plain and Ornamental, Round and Square Top 

Water and Steam. 

Capacities and Dimensions. 



Favorite- — Plain. 



!frf 



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• 


HEATrNC 3l'BFACH 




*r in Htighi 


>■ in Height 


33" In HciK^l 


■ze'in Hei)Eht 


aO' in HeiRhl 


lb" in Hetff^il 






Equiv- 
alent 

1-in. 
Pipe 


Sq. FL 

per 
Seel ion 


alenl 

l-in. 

Pipe 


6H 

Sq. Pi- 
per 

Sedion 


HlenL 

1->H. 

Pipe 


Sq, Ft. 

Section 


Bquiv- 
HlcnL 

l-in. 

Pipe 


4 

*lq Ft. 

per 
S-edi-on 


1 

Equlv- 

Hlenl 
l-ln. 
Pipe 


VA 

Sq. Ft, 
StCtlOD 


IlQui V' 

Blrnl 
l-in 
Pipe 




2 


s'; 


l&l-i 


5S 


Ifl 


4« 


131^ 


40 


I OS 


32 


8 


24 


b 


15 




3 


12^ 


SE* 


87 


24 


72 


2f^ 


fiO 


JU 


48 


12 


36 


7'A 


22-2 




4 


i6^i 


38^^ 


116 


32 


9& 


26S 


SO 


2L'> 


&4 


ja 


4« 


10 


30 




5 


20>i 


A%'4 


145 


40 


120 


3.3h 


100 


ai^i 


SO 


20 


fiO 


I2S 


37M 




6 


2hH 


fiH 


174 4S 


144 


40 


120 


32 


9fl 


24 


72 


15 


45 




m 
1 


mi 


fl7'' 


203 


5ti 


168 


4*^^ 


140 


37:i 


112 


2a 


84 


17^' 


52K 




fl 


3:i 


77S 


2:12 


W 


192 


53'i 


160 


425i 


128 


32 


96 


20 


60 




9 


37K 


H7 


261 


72 


21^ 


fiO 


180 


4tf 


144 


0^ 


loe 


22;,^ 


67'^ 




10 


^IX 


9tfM 


290 


&0 


240 


mh 


200 


53>i 


160 


40 


120 


© 


75 




|] 


^''^f* 


rww 


3IR 


i^ 


2I>4 


IZ'A 


220 


5s?'. 


I7fi 


44 


1:12 


27 J,' 


B2!i 




i: 


i'.t'; 


11^ 


a4& 


ft<i 


28fl 


ftO 


£40 


e4 


\^'2 


48 


144 


3*1 


Pli 




V.'. 


r>3,^ 


12'iM 


:t77 


104 


312 


pji5^ 


260 


C&'' 


20-^ 


52 


iri6 


32 J4 


97 ^i 




\A 


57 i; 


i:W'i 


4^}f> 


112 


a^i 


Vi3'-. 


2 HO 


74 -n 


224 


5h 


\^h 


35 


M>ri 




]:- 


-^1^ 


145 


4:1.'', 


120 


3i>0 


100 


300 


80 


240 


60 


1?*U 


37 ^i j Il2a 




16 


6fl 


IM^. 


464 


12» 


384 


I0(i?j 


320 


B^'6 


Ese 


U 


192 


411 


120 




17 


'"S 


If>4': 


4<*3 


I3>^ 


40>; 


113'i 


540 


90r. 


272 


G8 


2*M 


42'^ 


127 ri 




IS 


74 U 


174 


h'i22 


144 


432 


120 


JIRO 


I'fi 


JSH 


72 


216 


*r. 


135 




19 


7^H 


IS3^ 


551 


152 


^■56 


126^'. 


3S(t 


TOl'j 


304 


7»i 


228 


47>i 


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Daisy — Plain. 




— Oknamental 



Daisy — Ornamental- 




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THE DOMINION RADIATOR CO., LIMITED 



Capacities and Dimensions. 



ACME FIVE-COLUMN FLUE 
WINDOW RADIATOR. 



namental. 



Squaie Top. 



\\ ater and Steam 




Acme — Ornamental. 



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WALL RADIATORvS (I^owler & Wolfe, Patented). 




Maple Leaf — Five-Foot Section- — Ornamental, 



Princess — Nine-Foot Section — Ornamentai,. 



Capacities and Dimensions. 



PaHcTii , 


1 
Square 

Heatlnff 

Surface 


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or 

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GENERAL FORMS OF ASSEMBLING. 





Style "A'^Horixontal. 




Style "B" — Special. 



AjIMJi 

Style "C"— Vertical. 




An extra charge will be made for tiering, as shown in style "B." Any required number of sections can be assembled into Radiators in above 
ated forms. When ordering, be particular to state which style is required. Orders should be accompanied by sketches showing size and style 



illustrated 

of connections desired. 



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THE DOMINION RADUTOR CO.. LIMITED 



268 



KADiATURi 



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SAFFORD 
DIRECT-INDIRECT OR VENTILATING 

RADIATOR 

WITH 

NEW ADJUSTABLE BOX BASE. 





Regis-a. Two-Columx. Prom View 



Back View 



Regixa, Two-Column, Rear View, 



FLOOR IXLET. 


Where the air is brought through the 


floor lo radiator 


see 


plate A). Lhe 


dimcosion^ of openipR 


in floor to be 


covered bv damper 


in 


base ^ould be 


a> foUows: — 






BASE. 




INCHES. 


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BACK IN'LET- 

Where the air is brought direct 
through the wall into the bs-^ (^ee 
plate B*. the outside mtasurenient^ of 
collar for attaching fresh air duct are 
as follows:^ 



BA?C. 



INCHES. 



3 Section 

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6 

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2 and 3 COLUMN BASES 


4 COLUMN BASES 








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Fi*ci: Air tuUl 




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SAFFORD IDEAL FLUE A'EXTILATIXG RADIATOR— Water and Steaji. 



Aiieiuijn is directed lo the peculiar advantages of this type 
of radiator, when equipped with the Box-Base as a ventilating 
medium of the direct-indirect type. 

The principle of construction of the Box-Base is such that 
all the air necessarj' for venlilation may be taken from without 
the building by means of air conduit in wall, and dislribuled 
through the Base into the interior or flue surface of radiator. 
The dampers in the Base may be adjusted to reduce the air 
supply if the outside temperature is very low. or the dampers 
mav be entirely closed if desired, thus converting the radiator 
for the time into a direct radiator. 

The special features of this Box-Base are simplicity of con- 
struction, ease of operation, and splendid distribution of air 
supply- The Base being entirely imdemeath the radiator and 
well recessed, is not liable to damage. The front of Base may 
be easily removed for cleaning purposes- Dampers may be 
operated by slight pressure of foot, 

Plate A shows view of radiator mth air supph' being 
brought up underneath radiator through floor. P!a*e B shows 
Box-Base arranged for bringing air supply in at back of radiator, 
above floor level, in which case a galvanized or sheet iron sleeve 
is necessar\' to make connection between air conduit in wall and 
the cast iron collar on base. 

For Capacities and Dimensions, see Ideal Flue Radiator. 





A — Bottom Air Ixlet- 



B— Back Air Inlet. 



The usual openings through walls for the above box bases are: — Up to and including 9 sections, a 3?2 x 83^ inch opening: 10 sections and 
above, 3H x 16 inch opening. 

If desired, we can supply these bases for radiators of 7 sections to 30 sections with a flange for back air inlet 3 x 8j^ inches- 



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DIATORS 



269 



THE DOMINION RADIATOR CO,, LIMITED 



CLIMAX INDIRECT RADIATORS 

WATER AND STEAM. 



SCHOOL PIN INDIRECT RADIATORvS 

WATER AND STEAi\L 








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Length, 36 inches; height, 11 inches; width, 4 inches. 
Each Section contains 1 3 square feet of heating surface . 
Distance between centres of tappings is 7 inches. 

Data for Climax Indirect Radiators. 



Steam Section, 



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Water Section. 

20 Square Foot Section- — Length, 36 inches; height. 13; inches; 
height at connecting points, 15 inches; width each section occupies in 
stack, 3 J inches; distance between centres of openings, iijj inches. 

15 Square Foot Section, — Length, 3+-J- inches; height, i i-i inches; 
height at connecting points. 13:] inches; width each section occupies in 
stack, 2I inches; distance between centres of openings, lo-J- inches. 

Sections will be shipped separately, unless orders specify that thuy 
are required assembled in stacks. When ordered asscinblcd, they will 
be shipped in stacks of not more than six sections each. 

Note.— We can also supply Gold Ym Indirect Radiators containing 10 '^quar? 
feet of heating; surface per section. Length, 36 inch-es; heights 7' inclies; heit^ht al 
connecting point, 1 i inches; width each section occupiea in stack, 2 \ inches; distance 
between centres of openings. 6 inches. 



DIRECTIONS FOR SETTING INDIRECT RADIATORS. 



Hangers for Indirect Radiators may be cheapl>' and substantially 
constructed from i inch round iron, having gimlet pointed coach screw 
threads or flattened ends to permit of their being fastened to joists or 
timbers overhead. The lower end should be formed into an eye or 
ring large enough to receive i inch or i^ inch pipe. These hangers 
should be placed one at each side of the four comers about 6 inches 
from the ends of stack and immediately opposite each other, so that 
the supporting pipe may pass through rings or eyes. 

The hangers at the return end of the stack should be about \ to 
^ inch lower than the hangers at the feed end, and, if possible, the entire 



stack should be inclined slightly towards the return end to insure a 
positive flow of the water of condensation toward the return connection. 

In encasing Indirect Radiators care should be taken to provide an 
air chamber above the stack of at least 12 inches and a space below 
stack of about 6 inches. 

On account of the very high rate of condensation in steam Indirccts, 
we specially recommend the use of large size flow and return pipes. 



EMPRESS HUMIDIFYING TWO-COLUMN RADIATOR. 



Square Top. 



(Patented.) 



Water and Steam. 




This new Humidifying Radiator is a decided innovation, and, we 
feel sure, will commend itself to all heating engineers. The highly 
nickel-plated copper water pan is placed inside the radiator in such 
a position as to render it almost invisible, and at the same time to 
permit of the highest possible vaporization of the water. 

The desirability of imparting moisture to the atmosphere of rooms 
heated by either steam or water will appeal especially to those who 
desire perfect hygienic conditions, and the added efficiency of the 
radiating surface consequent upon the increased humidity makes this 
radiator a most valuable addition to the "SafFord'* line. 

For capacities and dimensions, see "Regina" Radiator. 

hospital RADIATORS. 

These Radiators are made with special wide hubs, making the 
distance from centre to centre of loops 32- inches and allowing easy 
access to the sections for cleaning purposes. Where desired, 
Radiators can be furnished with extra wide hubs 5 inches centre to 
centre of loops. Orders should specify style of radiator and hub 

required. 

Perfect Radiators may be supplied in square top pattern. 
For capacities, see "Perfect" Radiator. 




Empress Humidifying Radiator, 



Perfect (Round Top) Hospitau Radiator 



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KAUIAIUKS 



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REGIXA ORXAMEXTAL 
LOW-DRIP LEG. 

For Steam. 



REGIXA PLAIX 
LOW-DRIP LEG 

For Stea:h. 



TRIDEXT ORXAMEXTAL 
LOW-DRIP LEG. 

For Steam. 






■* 
V 



Distance from centre of Opening to fljor, 3^2 inches. 

In a one pipe steam syaiem tht low drip section 15 on the feed end of the radiator. 
In a two pipe steam system the low drip section is on the return end of the radiator, 
Safford Low-Drip Radiators eliminate "water-hammer/' 



STANDARD TAPPIXGS. 

STE-\:iI RADIATORS. 

AM Safford Steam Radiators will be tapped as per schedule below. Ii anv special tappings are desired, thev should be 
plainly stated on orders. 

OxE Pipe Steam Radiators, Direct and Direct-rndirect: 

25 square feet and under , ^ i inch. 

Above 25 square feet but not exceeding 60 square feet i^ " 

Above 60 square feet but not exceeding 100 square feet i^ " 

Above 100 square feet 2' " 

-\11 one pipe 5team connections are tapped left hand with eccentric tappings. 

Two Pipe Steam Rydl\tors, Direct and Direct-Indirect: 

50 square feet and under ^ i ;x - inch 

Above 50 square feet but not exceeding 95 square feet i^ x i 

Above 95 square feet i^ s i - " 

All two pipe steam connections are tapped right hand, the tapping on return end of radiator being made eccentric. 

Two Pipe Steam Radl^tors, Indirect onlv: 

40 square leet and under ., , ^ 3 ^j^j^ 

Above 40 square feet but not exceeding 80 square ieet \ li x i * " 

Above 80 square feet but not exceeding 120 square feet il x i^- " 

Above 120 square feet _ ^" ^ ji •■ 

Steam Indirect Radiators are always tapped for two pipe system. 



WATER RADIATORS. 

t 

-\11 Safcord Water Radiators wUl be tapped as per schedule below. If anv special tappings are desired thev should be 
plainly stated on orders. ' 'r r o t . 

Water Radlators, Sixgle or T^\^^■ Cox-xectioxs, ail Patterns: 

50 square feet and under j ^ ^ ^^ 

Above 50 square feet but not exceeding 100 square feet. i-xi- " 

Above 100 square feet . l v i i " 

- i.;^' '^/S: Connection Radiators are tapped left hand. ,\11 Single Connection or opposite end tappings wiU be made with 
right hand threads. .\U ^ ater Radiators are shipped twin connection, tapped left hand unless othen^ise specified on orders. 

All ^ aU Radiators lor hot water are tapped top and bottom same end left hand, and will be shipped accordinglv unless 
otherwise specihed on orders. WaU Radiator sections are tapped a inch left hand and are bushed to sizes requned. 

The special tappings for the various vacuum steam and pressure water systems on application. 

right^hand"^^^" "^^ "^'^'' '^''^ ^""^ "'"*''' ^'^'^^' ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^'^ ^^"^ "" ordering, so that connections may be tapped 



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)ILERS 



271 



THE DOMmiON RADIATOR CO., LIMITED 



SAFFORD ROUND WATER BOILERS 

LIST PRICES AND DaTa. 









iii|^ a1^owBiK-«» for 
Mbiiis, R?iiiria<<, clc. 




r Top 






OiUlcl 


Oullclji 






No. 




J.ht Price 


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OH 

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Area 

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1 iTi Pipt 


1 A 


5105 tin 


#111.00 


^35 


70O 


15 H 


51 M 


1 00 


l-l'3 


3 


4-2 


7 


Siove 


IS-A 


1-J5-00 


131.00 


270 


800 


49>» 


S5?i 


1.06 


1.13 


3 


4-2 


7 


Stove 


•A A 


Ufl.OO 


m 00 


9:*5 


1.000 


50 H 


r.7S 


1.40 


1.46 


3 


4-2 


7 


Stove 


2'?-A 


1.^0.00 


IS7.0D 


400 


(,'>on 


o4?i 


ill H 


1 40 


1.46 


3 


4-2 


7 


Stove 


H -A 


160.00 


170.00 


^100 


1,500 


SVA 


a^H 


1 76 


J.WJ 


3 


^2 


8 


Stove 


a^j-A 


ISO. 00 


i',>o.oy 


i'570 


1.700 


55 \ 


fi2'^ 


1 76 


1 H4 


3 


4-2 


S 


Stove 


4 -A 


2oa no 


21.^.00 


670 


■i.ooo 


■^4>s 


01 S 


2,40 


2 5M 


J 


4-2 


9 


Stove 


A'^^A 


S30 00 


235 00 


750 


2.'i50 


59-11 


66^ 


2.40 


^ id 


4 


4-2 


9 


Stove 


5 -A 


340-00 


afio.oo 


Ma5 


2.500 


55 ?4 


63V 


3.44 


3.24 


4 


6-2 


10 


Stove or Etc 


5*i -A 


3M0 00 


•im 00 


^5 


2.H0O 


60X 


fi7?s 


3.44 


3 24 


4 


0-2 


10 


Stove or Ee-ff 


S -A 


270.00 


:2yO,00 


1.000 


3,000 


58H 


eStii'j, 


4,12 


1 S5 


5 


6-2 


u 


l^gg 


a^i'A 


;^3,^,tio 


:i60,00 


1,2S0 


3,750 


6.1'^ 


71 S 


J 1> 


4 S5 


5 


6-2 


11 


HgK 


7 -A 


a92,00 


4'iO.OO 


1,500 


4. .^00 


eov 


6yU' 


4 90 


5 10 


5 


ft^2 


12 


Efig 


7'i-A 


43^^-00 


453.00 


1.T50 


5,230 


65>s 


73 >s 


4 90 


5 10 


5 


H-2 


^ 12 


Egg 


a -A 


47fl.0O 


505 00 


3,000 


fi.oon 


6-^^S 


70 ^s 


5 \U 


6 00 


6 


10-2 


13 


^gg 


hS-A 


AOO,C0 


5ao 00 


i.^-iO 


fi.7.'iO 


e^^ 


7ti5s 


5 }»4 


6 00 


« 


10-2 


I-T 


ERg 



Where DiaiReD, Safford Round Water Boilers. Nos, sa to 8Ja can be furn-ishfd 

IHESE HGADtRS SHOULD BE DESCRIBED ON OrD EKS AS -WESTERN HE ^DERS " 

tional Bo\ws ^^'r!l^ ^^''k'^?"'^ 'h''^-'" '"f"*'' '^^P^^'ti'' "'^ recommend the use of' Safford Sec- 

o,?Zh^ 1 ■ °^"'^ ^°'l?''^ ^*^'-"''' '^''S^'' *'''*'^ ^""^^^ t*^^" ^^l^o^-e are difficult to operate 

and show a lower ratio of efticieiicy m proportion to coal consumed. 

FUELS AND CAPACITIES. 

fh. '^^^ '"^■!"^f'' for SafTord Rounri Water Boilers are based on the use of hard coal, because 
the anthracite fuels have more iinirorm heat-making qualities than all other kinds. 

RATING CONDITIONS. 

The ratings on Safford Boiiers are ba^ed on their capacity to maintain a temperature of 
I70 degrees ,n the ""ater .n the Radiators throughout a period of eight hours on One firin?- 
It IS, of course assumed that sul^c.ent radiatmg surface has been allowed in the varioi^s rooms 
to maintain a temperature of -o degrees Fahrenheit duriuK zero weather Under more severe 
rmn^sed nn° th!.°« 1 reasonable allowance should be made to p^o^■ide for the additional tax 
miposed on the Boiler. A liberal allowance has heen made for mains, returns, risers, etc 
"lat the ratiuKs shown indicate the actual capacity of these Boilers in direct radiation 

When indirect radiation is to be used, not less than 75 per cent, increase over direct radia- 



tion should be figured in determining size of Boiler required. 




-^connected. 

c»r.»r ^""^ secured by an independent Triumph AVater Heater, which provides ample 

supply on every day of the year with tnflmy fuel expense. 

COVERIXGS. 

h^i-Ur^'h^ t"!!' ^'^^*',''"^ of increased efficiency atid greater economy, we recommend that all 
boilers be thoroughly protected by a substantial covering of asbestos. 




So. f..A. Hi>:h Basi.' Holler. 



SOiME FEATURES_OF SAFFORD ROUXD ^^■.AT^:R BOILER 





Fire-pot of Saffard Rotind Water Boiler, showing Top Crown_ 



Interniediate Sections of Safford Round Water Boiler, 






Smoke Pipe Check Damper for Fuel Economy 



The Push Xipple. 



S:iow[nK Large Flues and Cleanout of SafTord Round Water Boiler 



CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 



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i.t £. 



13^-^li,llK& 



toiM 



It I \ 




SAFFORD SECTIONAL BOILERS. j 

List Prices and Data. 



No. 


PriCT 


RBllDf< 


rXn^ct 


,'L<[.(rtb 
Taul 
TdcIici 


TolmI 


WMUn 
TcpUI 


Lioc 
tncha 


Ormlc 


Firt-PcH 


JacKcs 


Snukt 


Alb Va 

Incho 




54 fed 


F«i 

1 ID P>p« 




S-15-4 


pI5 00 


ajO 


wo 


4D?i 


53H 


mk 


3^;^ 


1.95 


2.47 


■3-3 


8 


20H :. aL>i 




S-lVo 


2M.W 


4iS 


1.3T5 


*-;i 


5a '^ 


34'^ 


MH 


2.60 


J. 30 


■2-3 


H 


^fiWH 




S-15-6 


295.00 


d-M 


1.&50 


53rt 


53 "7 


S44 


58f4 


3.25 


1.10 


2-3 


d 


■30JJ =c 3+ 




s-i^-> 


31:; 60 


GOO 


1.60D 


52 If 


55*. 


^ 


43, 'i 


3.33 


4.00 


■2-3 


^ — 
9 


20 :c 29 il 




S-l^^^ 


:i60.(/> 


7.W 


2.250 


5^Ji 




i5^ 


'^ 


42f^ 


4.U 


5,00 


?-a 


9 


3d X MH 




S-l*(-7 


4001 Ml 


900 


:J.700 


S5 


-33 ^ 


3fl 


<:J,*i 


4,9$ 


6,00 


3-3 


9 


20 X 4*1^^ 




'^'tl^'i 


37."> OU 


njci 


:*,40o 


53 '4 


59'. 


1^ 


41^: 


4,0d 


4.^^ 


3-4 


10 


■>3fi s 31 tl 




S3-2-ti 


\'lh 00 


1,000 


3.000 


l^'i 


59 ^ 


42 


4*1- 


S.IO 


6.05 


-3-4 


10 


2a'h S 3Sh 




5-22-7 


i7o 00 


L20O 


a, 600 


tiTl. 


59^ 


4-i 


41 ^ 


6.1? 


7.?6 


a-i 


10 


23 '1 K 4SH 




S-:tV.-. 


-I5U (M) 


MOO 


-A,M,^ 


59 '4 


6*^ 


47 W 


4^ 


5.-W 


6.4H 


2-1 


11 


3H X ^,V 




S-iV^i 


— ^— 


1,3&0 


1 


66 iS 


6J'i 


47', 


49 


6.PM 


8-10 


3-4 


11 


2^ s 4af» 




S-Jj-T 


jT'> fMJ 


1,600 


J.^^OO 


74 'j 


MS 


47', 


49 


8.16 


9.72 


3-* 


11 


'i" »50A 




S-io-6 


M7.00 


l.soij 


5.550 


-^-i'. 


64 't 


47-^ 


49 


^r52 


11-^4 


J-4 


11 


28 nSflW 


1 


S-2»S-5 


300 00 


I.J'jO 


3,MX> 


60 


67^', 


50S 


5IH 


6 -24 


7.a3 


2-4 


12 


30>i IC35S 


S-2rt-e 


5S7 50 


J, 6^ 


J.i^"o 


6K 


fiV^'f 


504 


51H 


T.tfO 


9.1G 


2-4 


12 


30H ■ 43>^ 




S-'J^7 


6*;:?. 50 


1.950 


5.1^50 


76 


e7^r 


50H 


51H 


9.36 


10.99 


3^ 


12 


M>i x51h 




S-2^- 


750.00 


2.275 


i5,0"25 


A* 


67,^ 


50S 


sm 


10.92 


12-JS3 


3-4 


1 m. 

13 


30>i X59S 




A-:Mi-5 


"im.oo 


2.100 


ij.300 


69 i. 


'6-. 


60 


eoH 


9.12 


10-40 


2-5 


15 


a^SJi sc lOK 




;^3*>(i 


'SAl.^ 


2.63^5 


7,^7-5 


7B>i 


76^ 


60 


6OK 


11,40 


13.00 


2-5 


15 


3^fi X 49fi 




S-3*;-7 


9^2-50 


3-l,W 


9.4-W 


S3 


76 i< 


60 


604 


13,6:^ 


15-60 


a-5 


15 


a»H« W 




S-d*-S 


1.100^,00 


3,67-5 


11.03-S 


9TS 


76^ 


60 


■60^^ 


15,96 


16-20 


3-5 


15 


3^ x6riS 




s-.;6-y 


1,335 OO 


J. 300 


12,000 


106% 


76 J4 


60 


-60'' 


18.-24 


30. SO 


4-5 


15 


3H;t; ic 77 ^ 




S-4ri-*i 


l,36-> -W 


4.7W 


U,2.W 


92 


97 


m) 


70 


Ir^.OO 


18.75 


2-6 


31 


50 * I 5^ ^ 


S-4a-: 


1,&jO 00 


■7, TOO 


17,100 


l^l\ 


37 


60 


70 


^1 60 


22.50 


2-6 


21 


.50»i n6»H 


S-J*^-- 


]_s37 Trfj 


G,t;50 


l^.S-k^ 


IN 


37 





70 


3.5.20 


36.25 


3-6 


21 


50*i 179'^ 




S-is-y 


Li^OT.-i 00 


'."iOO 


23, KM 


VlVi 


^7 


^ 


70 


3^. SO 


30.00 


3-6 


91 


50K k^flH 


1 


S-4^-lU 


2^];> 50 


^..■j.50 


US.l^VJ 


1X> 


y7 


so 


70 


Ji3..l0 


33.75 


3-6 


l\ 


,V>^ X 100^ 





* Inside measurement. 

For each supply outlet on top of Eoilef there is a corresponding return inlet in 
cUher side. 

R<^turn tappings on 4S inch Steam Boilers are 4 inches, and the two on the face 
of back section should be yoked together and used in preference to the other inlets 

Do not bush flow-pipe Outlets, connect ail of them the full size of main. 

Above are hard coal ratings. Soft coal and wood require one size larger in each case. 

For Wood Burning- On special order, wood grates can be supplied for the 19 in, 
-Z2 in.. 25 in,. 2S in., and 36 in. Boilers, The 19 in. Boilers are fitted with special 
fire-door for wood burning, loi x iS in.; ^i and 25 in,, with ii| x iS in- fire-door, 
and sS in. with 12^ x 20 in. fire-door. 

All BoUers can be furnished with pea-coal grates if desired. 



N'o. S-28-7— STEAM BOILER. 




SAFFORD SECTIONAL WATER BOILERS. 



List Prices an'd Data. 



Section i 


Price 
Complctt 


RaliURs ^Xole) 


Toial 
InchcTS 


Hdctat 
T0UI 

Inches 


Width 

Total 

Toches 


Area 

Sq. Feel 


Average 
Fire Pol 
&). Feet 


OutlcU 

Tnchct 


Smoke 
Pipe 


A«h ni 




l-in. Papc 


Idehes 


W-i.>4 


JISO.CK) 


500 


1,500 


40?^ 


^'I'A 


Ti% 


1.95 


2-47 


2-3 


s 


20HX21H 


WAh^h 


IW.IJO 


700 


2.100 


47', 


42', 


27 j^ 


2.60 


3-30 


2-3 


6 


20HxZ7|i 


W-l-'i-ii 


2rn.rKi 


900 


2,700 


-531, 


42', 


27'^ 


3-2S 


4.10 


2-3 


8 


20H'=** 


W-iy-,^ 


2S7.50 


1,000 


3>0O0 


52^" 


SO 


31 U-- 


3.32 


4.00 


2^ 


9 


20 i29H. 


;v-ifj-6 


Z^^S^O 


1,250 


3.750 


'^.h 


50 


31 if 


4.15 


5.00 


2-3 


S 


20 i36>i 


\V-l9-7 


375.00 


I. -WO 


4.-^00 


65 


50 


31V 


4.9S 


6.00 


3-3 


9 


20 X45A 


\V-2l'.,S 


aso.oo 


L300 


3,900 


-S3U' 


-S2'^ 


3ti 


4.0s 


4,W 


2 4 


10 


23'uaUi 


\V-22-ri 


400.00 


],<%» 


4.950 


6*1 '4 


52'* 


3fi 


5.10 


6.05 


2-4. 


10 


rA^'^X^'i. . 


w-3-j.r 


4W.0O 


2.000 


ei.OOO 


^IVa 


i^lt^ 


3fi 


6.12 


7 26 


3-4 


JO 


23'.iix4-Hl' 


\\'-2^^-'S 


4>-n.CHl 


1,825 


o,47h^ 


-S9'* 


^'^n 


+'"fs 


5,44 


6,4^ 


'l-A 


11 


36 X35j^, 


v-;5-e 


4S7,.'>^^ 


^ 225 


tr,(i75 


66 J^ 


57>^ 


40H 


6.80 


s.to 


2-4 


11 


28 X4-^^ 


\V-25-7 


■>->il[Ki 


!?,(>^<i 


7jp,Sii 


74? i 


57 K 


40 H 


>i,l*> 


<*.72 


3-4 


11 


2« x5(h^ 


\V-25-^ 


"sr3,^H'' 


3.0-50 


9JW 


S2;^ 


67;^ 


40H 


<>.5-> 


n.34 


3-4 


n 


2ft x^-^i* ' 


\y-i^h 


47?^.fN> 


2.1,'>0 


fi,4.y 


m 


60>^ 


44 


R.24 


7.33 


2-4 


12 


30,^|xJ5^ 


\\'-3S-ti 


5*C..S0 


2.F,7o 


s,n2.s 


^ 


60H 


44 


r.so 


% 16 


2-4 


12 


30HxJ3^* 


T,^-2t^7 


rkt7.&0 


3.a)o 


9.fi00 


76 


^H 


44 


9.36 


10.99 


3-4 


12 


30>^I5]' 


W-2t8 


72S.O0 


3,725 


11.175 


b4 


-lOii 


44 


10.92 


12.83 


3-4 


12 


30Hx5«l- 


\^"-.V^'i 


*; 7,^.0*^ 


3,4 -W 


1O.3.W 


'.i*ti. 


70 


53% 


9.12 


10_40 


2-^ 


15 


38U3i40k| 


\V-3fi-6 


>Ck\<X» 


4.325 


1 2.^175 


7SJ.^ 


7m 


53 V 


11-40 


13-00 


2-S 


15 


iSHxi*' ' 


\V.S6-7 


yj^.CHl 


.'■>,2(Hl 


l.S,r,DO 


sfi 


70 


.53ii 


13.66 


15.60 


3-5 


15 


3W(|1U9 


\V-3h-H 


1 ,CKi:3.5o 


fj,050 


iSJ50 


97'.t 


70 


53 V 


15.96 


16 20 


3=5 


15 


3HM3£6*'' 


\*'-3(i-9 


1,1S7.50 


6.925 


20JT.S 


lOfiW 


70 


-^V, 


1S.24 


20.80 


4-5 


15 


3*il|x:T^ 


wa^a 


1 ,3i>0jX> 


7,825 


23,475 


95 


^\U 


6K 


1K,00 


It- 75 


2^ 


21 


50Wxi*' 


W-4S-7 


1.0.^7 50 


9,400 


2k,2ijO 


1021* 


Ml* 


'*S 


21.60 


22.5n 


2-ti 


21 


SO^iXfifti ■ 


W-<S-S 


1 .776.00 


30J>75 


32/J2.S 


114 


s]i4 


«8 


25.20 


26.25 


3-6 


21 


m^ x79' 


W-4S-9 


2,01 2.M> 


yi.w^ 


37.650 


124^ 


61^ 


6ti 


2P,80 


30.00 


3-6 


" ^ 

25 


50^xS9* ■ 


\V^8-J0 


2,2.50.00 


14,125 


42.375 


135 


fllM 


6S 


31' 40 


:i3.r5 


3-r. 


21 


-SOl^XJft' . 



* Tnside measurement. 

For each supply outlet on top of Boiler there is a corresponding return inlet in , 
either side. 

The return tappings on the back section of the 48 inch Boilers should he yoted 
together and used in preference to the additional return tappings on cither side c*f 
the Boiler. 

Above are hard coal ratings. Soft coal requires one size larger. 

For Wood Burning. On special order, wood grates can be supplied for the igipi 
22 in.. 25 in., 28 in,, and 36 in. Boilers. The 19 inch Boilers are fitted with specia' 
fire-door for wood burning, loi x iS in.; 22 and 25 in., Hith 11 i x 18 in- fire door; ah^ 
28 in, with i2i x 20 in. fire door. 

All Boilers can be furnished with pea-coal grates if desired. 

CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 



OILERS 



273 



THE DOMINION RADIATOR CO., LIMITED 



SAFFORD ROUND STEAM BOILERS. 

FOR HARD COAL_ 

FUELS AND CAPACITIES. 

The ratings for Safforcl Boi[ers are based on the use of hard coal, because the 
anthracite fuels have more uniform heat-making qualities than all other kinds. 

No standard ratings can be made based on the soft or lignite fuels, because their 
beat-making values differ so widely. The heat^making value of anthracite coal 
avera^ies about 12,000 British thermal units per pound, while some soft coals run as 
low as g.ooo B,t.u. per pound — some lignite fuels still lower. One cubic foot of hard 
coal weighs approximately 50 pounds, while a cubic foot of soft coal weiglis approxi- 
mately 40 pounds. Consequently, any soft coal having a heat-making value equal to 
hard coal requires a Boiler with 25 per cent, more coal-holding capacity to hold an 
equal weight of fuel. And when coal with a lower heat-makinK value is to be used a 
Boiier having a Jtre-pot of correspondingly larger fuel-holding capacity should be 
selected- 

Caking soft coal^ liave a much hi^'her heating power than coals which are free 
burninji or noii-caking. 




No. 2-32-S Steam BoUer (patented). 

Showing Fee:!iiig and Cleaning,' Arrangements. 

Made with either High or Low Base. 



Hard Coal Boilers, 



LrsT Peuces and Data 



High and I,ow Base. 



RATING CONDITION'S. 

The ratings for SafTord Sectional Water and Steam, SalTord Round Steam and 
Safford Premier Steam Boilers provide that all piping (mains and risers, flow and 
return), in addition to the direct radiation to be used, ^hall be figured as radiating 
surface in estimating the size of the Boiler required. 

These ratinj^s are for direct radiation. When any other heating surface than 
direct radiation is to be supplied, increased Boiler capacity must be figured according 
to the demand in each case. 

When indirect radiation is to be used, not less than 75 per cent, increase over 
direct radiation should be figured in determining &ize of Boiier required. 

I'or installations of Hot Blast type or where a fan is used, the additional tax 
or condeiising power of the radiation will be increased from 3 to G times that of direct 
radiation depending on the velocity of the air passing through same. Due allowance 
should be made for this special ta:^ in estimating Boiler power required. 

In ratin;: Steam Boilers as above, it is understood that an average pressure of 
2 pounds will be maintained at the Boiler. In rating Water Boilers as above, it is 
understood that the temperature of the water leaving the Boiler will be iSo degrees 
Fahrenheit. 

When a pipe-coil or cast-iron section is introduced into the (ire-pot for the purpose 
of_ heating water for domestic use. additional capacity should be figured in deter- 
mining size of Boiler — viz,, in the case of Steam Boilers, i h square feet of direct radia- 
tion for each gallon of water to be thus heated; and in case of Water Boilers, 2I square 
feet of direct radiation for each gallon of water to be thus heated, according to the 
capacity of the tank to which the coil or section is connected- 
Best results are secured by an independent TRIUMPH Water Heater. M'hich 
provides ample supply oa every day of the year with trifling fuel expense. 



TRIUMPH WATER HEATERS 





Xo, 



52 Tri imph Pre.Tiier Juniar 
(Sectional V'iew), 



Ko- loTriump'i Junior 
(Sectional View). 



List Prices and Data. 



No. 


Price Coin[ilc-lc 


HotlllR*! O'oic) 


lifiljJil. In "J'op 


[Jianiclvr 
.It 

Jncliva 


CraLr 

Atc4 

Square 

Feet 


AverBjcc 
Fire Pol 

Feel 


HeiRht Water 
1,1 ne 


i 

Out1«t 
■i 

^i£e 
Inches 


Smoke 

Pipe 

Incne» 






High 


□ llDll 


Feet 
Pipe 




fnchirs 


II4K 

iDchea 


In-chcK 




I'-IW-S 


&i2J.'3.00 


S227 50 


350 


1 ,050 


ft7 


(H'4 


^0)4 


1,76 


\M 


50 


57 '1 


'i-i 


3 




:i-]9-S 


2;^=j on 


247.50 


40O 


l,20^^ 


^\y^ 


H8^4 


■60'': 


1,7^; 


i .K4 


54 1, 


*Ml4 


'' ' > 


H 




2^2l.'-S 


2^5. OtI 


:ii:i-7S 


ri25 


1,57^3 


5h.-, 


65 U 


35 


2.10 


2 5:j 


53', 


m 


3 


1* 




3-?2-S 


-A]2.m 


'5'il.25 


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*;^clLal prtictice has denTon^traltcl that a htjilcr which will raise tlie water from 
25 to 30 degrees per hour in the storage lank is siilTcicntly large for the ordinary 
residencf. The above ratin^^s are fjascrl on rai^int; the quantity of water slalud in 
ijallons 25 degrees Fahrunht-it per hour for t-ighl consecutive hours on ont full charge 
of hard coal as fuel. Jti apartment buildings, Ijarbcr shops, etc., where tht clemami 
is proportionately heavier, [ar^er heater capacity must he provided. 

t No. loi is not provide<l with butterfly doors, but can be so et^aipped if ordered. 
Kotit of these Heaters have an intermedia It section. 

tt Nos. oto 12 ha\e slide centre grates; Nos, 20 to 12 have rockinj^ grates. 
§ Equipped with Dome sections. 
No fire tods are SL-pplied with TRirMPtl Water Heaters. 




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ICo, 12 Triumph 



Triumph Laundry Heater N^o, i-D, 



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TRIUMPH WATER HEATERS- 



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SPECIAl. W^A 



TEMPERATTRE RATINGS. 



Acttml ixactke 
bour to the irat;r :: 
buildings^ in tcLu.^u 



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ted that a Water Heater which will inqnit firom 25 to 30 degrees per 

tank is safEicieiitly large for the ordinary resdence; and ior aparcineat 

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cable to the heating of irator for special reqnireinents, as swimming poais, 

fi^nres in line i teptesent so mai^ horns' firh^ bom one 

bec?-">e its available- ^_ v.. "ring power is coaistant. 



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ILERS 



275 



THE DOMINION RADUTOR CO., LIMITED 



KtWANEE FIREBOX BOILERS. 




An iHustration of the boiler erected with a portion of brickwork removed. 



SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICE LIST KtWANE£ FIREBOX BOILERS 

For Steam axd Water Heating. 





i °° 







f 


5 1 6 

1 


7 


3 


9 


EO 


1 ! 


12 


13 


u 15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


Capacity, Steam,, .square feet 
Capacity, Water. . .square feel 


500 
Son 


700 
. 1 100 


900 
1500 


jooo 1200 1400 
1600 2000 2300 


1700 2000 
2S00 3300 


3200 
3600 


2500 
4100 


3000 

4^00 


3500 

5700 

Dated 
Dreg^ 


4000 
6500 


4500 
7300 


S200 

3500 


6 J 00 7000 
10 too I J 400 


UOOO 


gsoo 

"5500 


10500 
17100 


I rsoo 
isrof) 


13000 
21 300 


Code* Steam Boiler Complete- 
Code. Water Boiler Complete 


Dand^ 

Deal 


Date 
Den^ 


Dagon 
Dirty 


Daft Daub Da«-ii 
Deter Dingy Dirge 


Dairy DaniD 
Darn Debar 


Dark 
Di.4i 


Da_^h 

Drill 


Data 
Draft 


Dead 

Dnnk 


Dear 
Dcbir 


Debut 
Decay 


Defer Devil 
Du^k Decot 


Dei^c 
Decry 


Delve 
Deflux 


Demit 

I>rlia 


Denize 
Demon 

5i>ffJO 
+4 


Dan 
Denial 


Price, Steam Boiler, Castings 


iS 


5270 


$2Ss 


1 

5300 Sj^o S375 
iS 19 19 


\ 1 
S400 ' S435 

19 19 


S460 
23 


S5 10 

23 


1 
23 


563 c 
23 


56So 
23 


^735 


5S6o 

2S 


?935 5 I 200 
2S 40 


?I3 iO 

40 


^1500 
40 


5 1600 
40 


53OO0 

44 


Price, Water Boiler. Castings 
and Tools 


S265 


52 So 


5395 


1 i 

5310 5330 S390 




3475 


5525 


55 75 


^45 


5695 


S755 


SSSo 


5955 51225 


3>335 


S1530 


Srftio 


S1S40 


S2040 


Approximate AVeight. - pounds 


iSoo 


2200 


2700 

1 


3900 3200 3700 

I 1 


4200 4600 

1 


4800 

* 


5400 


5900 

t 


6Sno 


^400 

i 


Stoo 


lojoo 


T 1500 14200 


15^00 


17000 


J8600 


19800 


J1600 








E 


XTRAS AND 


Chaxc 


ihS- 


-Ai 


)D TO ABOVE List. 




For longer Shell » tach foot or 
fraction of a foot 


3ii 


Sn 


S'5 


S15 S15 Sxg 


5i9 ,Si9 


S23 


S23 


1 


S32 


! 

^32 


532 


S40 


i 

>40 S50 


S50 


£60 


$60 


S70 


S70 


For longer Firebox, inctnding 
Grate, each sL\ Inches 


5'5 


5r5 


i 


1 
320 Sao S2S 


1 

5=5 £^5 


$30 


£30 


$30 


S40 


1 


S-io 


>45 


1 t » 

1 

S45 S55 


555 


S65 


565 


SSo 


S8r> 


Wrought iron space rings and, 
extra stays and braces for 
loo pounds working pressure 


530 


530 


j 

S33 ' 


$33 


i 

H 

$34 ' S36 


S3 7 


53S 


542 


^45 


^47 


$50 


S5^ 


?53 


$66 


i i 

S71 59o 


S85 


S90 


1 
1 

S95 


5 "05 


S[io 


Rear flue Clean-out Doors and 
frame .,-.,.. 


'"\ 


Us 


1 

Si 2 


St2 $12 5i6 


S16 $16 


SiS 


$iS 


SjS 


$22 

! 


522 


S22 


S26 


[ 

S26 . $32 

* ! 


i 
S32 


S38 


1 

1 

S38 

1 


S46 


S46 


Openings in firebox for col 
In reeuJar Boilers all soace 


.S400 
rings 


!bt pe 

r frain 


r Boiler 
es are n 


lade 


f semi-steel. 


which 


is muc 


h stroi 


iger tt 


ran r^s 


C iroD- 





















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ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS K^WANEt FIREBOX BOILERS. 





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I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


S 


9 


10 


I I 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


/ 18 


T9 


20 








24 


24 


30 


30 


30 


36 


36 


36 


42 


42 


42 


48 


4S 


48 


54 


54 


60 


Go 


66 


66 


72 


72 


Length Boiler over all feet 


5i 


7i 


6i 


7i 


Si 


7i 


9 


loi 


Si 


10 


Hi 


loi 


12 


I3i 


^^ 


i64 


15 i 


18 


16 


iS 


16 


18 




J9 


19 


24 


24 


34 


30 


30 


30 


36 


36 


3S 


42 


42 


42 


48 


48 


53 


53 


59 


59 


65 


65 


Lentcth of Firebox inches 


20 


26 


26 


32 


38 


33 


38 


44 


38 


44 


50 


44 


50 


56 


56 


62 


62 


68 


62 


68 


68 


74 


Height of Firebox inches 


30 


30 


35 


35 


35 


4' 


4' 


41 


43 


43 

299 


43 


47 


47 


47 


49 


49 


54 


54 


59 


59 


64 


64 


Healing Surface,., .square feet 


74 


9fi 


116 


131 


145 


190 


224 


260 


257 


344 


390 


44a 


495 


585 


700 


733 


S62 


971 


1097 


1 167 


1325 


Square Feet of Steam Capacity 














































as rated for each square foot 
















































6.8 


7-1 


7-7 


7.6 


S.3 


7-3 


7-6 


7-7 


85 


8-3 

. . 


S.7 


8.9 


9,0 


90 


8,9 


8,8 


95 


9.K 


9,8 


9 5 


9^3 


9-8 






Area of Grate square feet 


2.6 


3 4 


4.3 


5-3 


6-3 


0.7 


S.G 


9.2 


9.5 


11. 


12,5 


12.8 


14.6 


16.3 


18.7 


20.6 


22. S 


25.0 


254 


28,0 


30.7 


33-4 


Square Feet of Heating Surface 














































for each square foot of grate. 


38 


29 


27 


25 


23 


28 


38 


28 


27 


27 


2& 


30 


30 


30 


31 


34 


32 


34 


38 


39 


38 


40 


Diamt'ter of Breeching, inches 


10 


10 


12 


14 


16 


IS 


18 


IS 


20 


zo 


22 


S2 


24 


24 


2S 


2S 


32 


32 


32 


32 


36 


36 


Diameter of Stack inches 


TO 


10 


12 


12 


14 


14 


16 


16 


jS 


iS 


20 - 


20 


22 


22 


26 


26 


30 


30 


30 


30 


34 


34 


Minimum Htight of Stack, feet 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


45 


45 


45 


45 


45 


50 


50 


50 


50 


55 


55 


60 


60 


60 


60 


Diameter of Stack for 2 Boilers 






























































34 


26 


28 


3S 


30 


32 


34 


34 


,16 


36 


36 


38 


40 


42 


Minimum Hei^'ht of Stack for 














































2 Boilers ,.,.,, .feet 


















50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


55 


60 


60 


70 


70 


70 


70 


70 




















Size of Sttam Opening (ofiej in. 


2 ^ 


25 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


's 


8 


S 


8 


Size of Return (onc^ . . , . inches 


2 


2 


ai 


si 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Size of Safety Valve.. . . inches 


l\ 


li 


li 


li 


2 


2 


2 


2 


= t 


2* 


2* 


2i 


ai 


3 


3 


3 


3* 


3i 


3i 


3* 


4 


4 


Number and Size of Supply 














































and Return Opt-ningfi for 












































* 


Water .inches 


14 


1-4 


1-6 


1-6 


16 


1^6 


1-6 


1-6 


2-5 


2-6 


3-6 


26 


2-6 


2-7 


2-7 


2-7 


a-7 


2-8 


2-S 


2-10 


2-10 


2'10 


Height of Water Line., .inches 


4S 


48 


53 




53 


53 


59 


59 


59 


61 


61 


61 


65 


65 


65 


67 


67 


75 


75 


So 


So 


85 


85 


Height from Floor to Top of 














































Brick Work inches 


64 


64 


7f> 


70 


70 


77 


77 


77 


85 


S3 


83 


90 


90 


90 


96 


96 


loS 


108 


"4 


114 


lao 


120 



RATINGS. 



Boiltrs No. 15 and largtr have t^vo single Fire-Doors, and are made with Clinker Doors, 

The rates capacity of "KEWANEE" Firebo>; Boilers, as printed in this advertisement, is the number of square feet 

of direct radiating surface for which the boilers will provide, if the radiators installed are ample to heat the building. 

The boilers will positively do what they are rated to do. 

The tables are based on a standard for steam of 2 pounds pressure at the boiler, and for water on a mean temperature 

of 180 degrees Fahrenheit as the water leaves the boiler. 



SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICE LIST KEWANEE SMOKELESS FIREBOX BOILERS. 

For Steam and Water Heating. 





i 1 

J04 


! 

'05 


106 ' 107 


J08 J09 1 10 


11 1 


1 J2 


1*3 


114 


*i5 


116 


"7 


118 


119 


130 


Cupucity, Steam. , . .square f^ei 
Capacity, Water,, , , square feel 


i&oo 
2600 


1900 

3100 


2200 
3600 


2500 
410a 


2900 3300 ! 3800 

470<^ 5300 6200 




4400 
7200 


500a 5800 

8200 9500 

1 


7000 

11 400 


8200 

13400 


9500 
15500 


10500 
17CXW 


J 2000 
19600 


13000 

2JOOO 


15000 
24500 


Code, Steam Boiler complete , . , 
Code, Water Boiler complete. . . 


Heal 

Hide 


Heap 

Hie 


Hear 

HiH 


Heck 
Hand 


1 
Httd Help Hern 

Flin^e Hint Hip 
. 1 


Hen 
Hire 


Henna 
Hisk 


Herd 
Hiss 


Hcrf 
Hit 


Herp 
Hilcb 


Herg 
Hive 


Hero 
Hiz 


H erod 
Hilt 


' ' 

Heron 
Hing 


Hcry 
Hick 


Price, Steam Boiler, with Cast- 
ings and Tools 


1 

S590 
j 20 


S620 
20 


20 


57 10 
24 


S770 
24 


S840 
24 


S940 
24 


Stooo 

24 


Si 064 
30 


S1300 
30 


S1400 
30 


$1700 
40 


£1850 
40 


$2050 
40 


£2260 
40 


S2550 
44 


£2 Son 
44 


Price. Wal-er Boiler, with Cast- 
ings and Tools 

Approximate Weij^ht . . . pounds 


S605 

4S00 

t 


5200 


S670 

5700 


£7^5 
6joo 


S7SS S855 
6700 7200 


S955 
8400 


9100 


1 

S1084 S1320 
9800 12300 

1 


S1420 
I36na 


S1725 
16000 


£i**75 
17400 


$2080 
19400 

Wo 


S2290 

JIOOD 


S2590 
22400 


£2840 
34300 








Extras a 


ND Changes— 


Add 


TO Above 


; Lis 


r. 


£60 


£70 




For Longer Shtll, each Toot or 


S19 


$19 


£19 


S=3 


«:«3 


$23 


$32 


$J2 


1 
*3? Ho 


S40 £50 


£50 


£70 


Wrought Iron Space Rings and 
extra stays and braces for 
100 pounds Working Pressure 


$68 


^70 


$72 


S78 


Regu 
$82 


lar boile 
£86 


r5 large 

$92 


r than 
S96 


No. II 4 made 

1 

Sioo ?ii5 


with wr ought ir 
£125 S9f> 


on mud 

£icxi 


rings. 

£105 

1 


S115 


£125 


£135 



■ J 



openings in iirebox for coil, £4.00 list per Boiler, 



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KtWANE£ SMOKELESS FIREBOX BOILERS 







ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS K^WANEE SMOKELESS FIREBOX ROILERS. 



N" urn her 



J 04 



1<J5 



Di;imtter Boiler inches, 36 

i^tnglh, Bailer, over all 

- . . feet, inches 



8-7 



36 



1 0-2 



106 



107 



loS 



log 



1 10 



I I J 



I 12 



"3 



114 



'^5 



r r6 



36 



43 



43 



11-7 I 9-10 11-4 



Width of Firebox inches 30 30 

Length of Firebox inches; 45 5 1 



3<^ 

57 



4^ 



4« 



l2-fl 12-4 



36 

54 



36 



36 

66 



4^ 
66 



Heiiting Surface square feet 

Square Feet of Steam Capacity 
as rated for each sr|uare foot 
of hcatin); surface 



IS2 


213 


249 


252 


291 


335 


3.8 


So 


8 8 


9 9 


9 9 


Q 9 



3S7 



9 S 



4?* 
I ^^ - in 

7J 
449 



48 



54 



54 



60 



Go 



5-4 I5-I'» 1S-4 17-10 iQ-4 



42 
73 



4« 

7fi 



48 
84 



5i 

90 



51 

96 



59 



59 



f>5 



9 H 



49^ 



10 o 



SSfj 



'^IfJJ 



735 



H62 



9/^8 



*" f» 10 1 r I 1 I r o 108 1 1 u 



Area of Upper dratcsquare feet 5 8 
Square Feet of Heating Surface 
for each sciiiare foot of grate. 



31 



7-1 



30 



8 3 



30 



S.5 



30 



Diameter of Breeching , . . inches! ao 

Diameter of Stack inches! iS 

Minimum Height of Stack, .feeti 40 



Diameter of Stack for tuo 
Boilers inches 

Minimum Height of Stack for 
two Boilers feet 



20 
40 



22 
20 
40 



2 2 

20 
50 



Size of Steam Openini; (one) . . 

inches 

tSizc of Return (on?) inches 

Size of Safety Valve inches 

Number and Size of Supply and 

R-eturn Openings for Water. . 

inches 



4 

3 

2 



25 



lO-O 


ti 3 


"' 7 


29 


30 


S3 


22 


34 


24 


20 


22 


22 


50 


50 


50 



13 ' 14 9 



34 



33 



34 



36 



35 



37 



4' 



4a 



40 



27 
55 



27 
24 
35 



26 
6a 



28 
60 



30 ^o 



60 



60 



32 

Go 



33 
60 



30 


30 


34 


34 


3fi ' 


! 38 


28 


32 


33 


34 


60 


60 


60 


60 


70 


1 

34 


36 


JS 


38 


1 
40 ' 


70 


70 


70 


75 


75 



I 17 


j'l8 


1 iq 


hO 


(>(> 


73 


18-4 


20- i 


18-4 



IJtJ 



12 



f>5 
102 



i<^<;-* J 155 131'^' 



[2 ri 4 



t7 o 19 o 21 o 25 2 23 4 ^5 8 2S 4 ji I 



43 



36 


.3« 


38 


34 


36 


JG 


70 


70 


70 


42 


44 


40 



So 



So 



80 



Height of Water Line. , . inches' 59 
Height from Floor to Top of 

Briclc Work inches 76 



4 
3 
2 



2-5 



59 



76 



4 
3 

2 



3-6 



4 

2i 



3-6 



4 

2i 



2-6 



59 



76 



61 



82 



6r 



S3 



6 

4 

2i 



2-6 



6 
4 



2-6 



6 

4 
2I 



2-7 



7 
5 
3 



J-7 



7 
5 
3 



^-7 



7 
3 



2-7 



61 



S2 



65 
89 



65 



65 



89 S9 

J 



67 



95 



67 



95 



7 
5 
3! 



2-8 



7 
5 
3! 



2-8 



8 
6 

3i 



3 

6 

3i 



H 
6 

4 



8 
6 

4 



2-10 2-10 2-10 2-10 



75 
107 



75 
107 



80 
i'3 



80 
<i3 



86 86 

I 

I 19 i'9 

I 



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KEWANEE garbage - BURNERS. 



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TABLE OF DlME;N"SrONS AND PRICE LIST, 

TYPE A. 

The following prices include brass clean-out plugs and fire-tools. 



Number 

Cipher 

Number of Gallons it will raise 50^ per hour 

Number of Apartmentft it will supply 

Heii;ht over all inches 

Height to Bottom of Garbage-Door inches 

Size of Garbage-Door inches 

Size of Fire- Door inches 

Diameter of Grates inches 

DiamtLcT of Heater inches 

Number and Size Flow Openings inches 

Number and Size Return Openings inches 

Diameter Smoke Outlet inches 

Diameter Floor Space inches 

Shipping \Veiy;ht pounds 

List Price 



30 



Gay 



200 

2 to 3 

58 

45 
10 X 14 

7x9 

12 

17 
3— li 

2— li 

6 

22 

700 



31 



Gaz;e 



S128 



400 

3 to 6 

64 

57 

12 X 18 

7x9 
16 

21 

2 2 

2 2 

8 

25 
goo 



32 



Gear 



S154 



550 
6 to 12 

64 
57 

1 2 K eS 
7x9 

20 

25 

2 — 2 

8 

30 
iioo 



S200 



Copyri^'lit, 591 1. by ICewanee Boiler Co. 

Patented— Jan. 3, 1905; Dec. \2. 1905; Oct. 19. 1909: Auj^'. r6, 1910. 
THE KEWAXEE WATER-HEATIN'G GARBAGE-BURXER, 

TYPE A. 




■ TABLE OF DIMENSIONS AND PRICE LIST. 

TYPE D, 

The following prices include brass cUan-oui plugs and fire loois. 



Number 



Cipher 



Approximate Number of Apartments it 
will suppl y , 



Kumber of Gallons at will raise $0° per hour 

Height over all, inches 

Heiirht to Bottom of Garbage -Door, inches 

Size or Garbage- Door (diameter). . inches! 12 x 14 

Size of Fire-Door (diameter) , . , .inches. 12 



33 



Gag 



34 



Gain 



2 to 4 

400 

56 

33 



Width or Grates inches 

Length of Grates inches 



Size and Number. Flow inches i — 2 1 — 2 



16 
16 



3 to 6 
500 

56 

33 

14 X 16 

14 
18 
iS 



35 



Gale 



36 



Gamy 



37 



Gang 



6 to 9 9 to 15 



Size and Ncimber. Return inches 

Width of Heatei inches; 22 

Length of Heater inches 22 



Size of Smoke Outlet (diameter) inches 



Floor Space Occupied inches 27 x 27 



8 



24 
34 

9 
29x29 



600 
56 

33 

14 X 16 

14 
18 

24 

34 
30 

9 
29x35 



Shipping Weight pounds i ,ocx> I i .230 1,500 



List Fric^., ; Sf^o | $314 



$244 



750 
56 

33 

16 

14 

:J4 
24 

1— 2i 

1— 2i 
30 
30 
10 



15 to 22 

i»ooo 

33 

16 

^4 
30 

30 
36 

fO 



3S 



Gap 



39 



22 to 30 

1.200 

56 

33 
16 

t4 

34 
36 

I— 2i 

30 

42 

10 



Garb 



40 



Gash ' 



30 1036' 36 and 

i larger 

1,400 ; 1.600 



56 


56 \ 


33 


35 


16 


16 



35 X35; 35 ^ 4" 



1.800 



S274 



2.040 



S318 



"4 

30 

42 
1—3 
1—3 

36 

48 

12 



T4 

30 

4S 
1—3 
I — 3 

36 

54 
12 



35x47 41 X53 41 X59 



2|240 



£350 



2,700 



?396 



3,000 



$440 



Copyright, igi 1, by Kewanee Boiler Co- 

Patented— Jan. 3. 1905; Dec. 12, 1905; Oct, 19. 1909; Aug. 16, 1910- 
THE KEWANEE WATER-HEATING GARBAGE-BURNER. 

TYPE D. 



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THE DOMINION RADIATOR CO., LIMITED 



STANDARD 




DASCO 



TANKS. 



Tested to lOo pounds hydrostatic pressure, and for use where water- 
working pressure does not exceed 65 pounds. Regularly made with 
openings so that they may be used horizontally or vertically. Man- 
holes, handholes. and coils furnished only when specially ordered. We 
recommend that tanks containing coils be made with a manhole. 




e;xtra heavy UpidSCO tanks. 



Tested to 150 pounds hydrostatic pressure, and for use where 
water-working pressure does not exceed 100 pounds, otherwise ar- 
ranged the same as Standard tanks listed on opposite page. For 
greater pressure, prices and specifications will be submitted on ap- 
plication. 




PRICK LIST AiND SPECIFICATIONS. 



sis ^^ 




V 

€ 

-■-* 


» 


Price Tankd 


Regular Coib Built in Tank 


-■_r 




Plain 


Galvan- 
ized 


Size Coil in 

Horizontal Tank 

Inches 


Price Coils 


rt « 

2:uo 

66 


as 






Plain 


Galvan- Brass'or 
ized 1 Copper 


20 


4 


250 


iH 


5 43-00 


5 57- 00 


4 pipes I in. 


.£12.00 


$15.00 




85 1 zo 


5 


2 go 


i>^ 


4S.OO 


6l-00 


4 " I 




T3.O0 


IS-OO 




100 ' 24 


4 


300 


iH 


47 00 


64. 00 


4 ■■ iM ■ 




14.00 


l7tO0 




120 24 


S 


350 


I?^ 


50 00 


6g.oo 


4 '* ^% ' 




14-00 
16.00 


1700 




140 ■ 34 


6 


400 


1^2 


52.00 


74-00 


4 ■■ IJ^ ■ 




I<)-00 d 


ISO 30 


4 


420 ' 2 


55.00 


79.00 


4 ■' ^'A ' 




14.00 


t 7 . 00 .0 


iSo 30 


:> 


480 


2 


60 . DO 


90. 00 


4 "^ i^ ■ 




14.00 


17.00 


'-I 


220 30 


6 


540 


2 


64.00 


97.00 


4 " i^; ' 




iG.oo 


l-O.OO 





2SO 


30 


7 


600 1 2 


70 00 


lOG . 00 


4 " IK ' 




18,00 


2 1 . 00 


a 

a 


sgs 


30 


S 


660 1 2 


77^00 


117 .00 


4 " iK * 




20,00 


23.00 


31S 


30 


6 


740 


2 


Sz.oo 


126.00 


4 " Ij-i ' 




20.00 


23.00 


(3 


36s 


36 


7 


820 


2 


90.00 


139.00 


4 " IW ■ 




22.00 


2^.00 


c 


420 


3<i 


S 


000 2 


96-00 


150 00 


4 " iM ^ 




24.00 i 28.00 





52s 30 


IP 


1 060 


2 


xo6,oa 


170.00 


4 ■■ JH ' 




23.00 : 3200 


la 


430 


43 


6 


S90 


2 


102 .00 




4 ■■ l.^i ' 




20.00 .. 23 00 


tj 


500 


4^ 


7 


1000 


2 


llO-OO 




4 " iH ' 




22.00 2i;.oo 


u 


S7S 


4^ 


S 


loSo 


2 


(i6_oo 




4 " iH ■ 




24.00 


28-00 


cu 


730 


42 


10 


1260 


2 


T28-00 




4 " IV& ' 




23.00 


32.00 




86s 


42 


U 


I4S0 


2 


1 40 - 00 




4 " iH ' 




32 . 00 


36. 00 




1 000 


4^ 


U 


1650 


2 


1 


4 " J^fi " 


36.00 


40.00 




Flan gee 


openings add to 


list for each opening: 2-inch, or 2j^-inch. $5.00. j-inch. or 


3i-a-iiich. $C 
head or shel 


.00. 4-inch, 57,0 
I S5.00, 


0. Manhole in head. SiS^f^o; in sheU. S25-00. Manhole in 




HEAVY CAST 


IRON STANDS FOR VERTICAL TANK'S. 


Diameter of 


Tanl 






in QJ -^/y 


36 42 






-- 1 -** 1 jj 


Price Stand 




4[R fir\ 1 1 1 /^ f,n 1 p* - ^^ 








- 






" ^^ 


V - *JU -4 1. > . 


JU 




£i7- 


mj J 


:iO . 00 



KtWANEE AIR RECEIVERS' 

We use steel of 60,000 pounds tensile strength in the shell and heads 
of all Air Receivers. Shell seams are lap joint, double-riveted; circular 
seams single-riveted. Heads are dished to a radius equal to the dia- 
meter of the shell, making an exceptionally strong^ receiver, which is 
tested to 175 pounds hydrostatic pressure, and insures it being safe 
and tight under 115 pounds working pressure. Receivers larger in 
diameter than 36 inches are regularly made with a manhole. 




DIMENSIONS OF COMMON 
SIZES 



Diameter, 
Inches 


a 




54 s 

h3£ 


1^ 

> 


4J oe 

■■-r — I 


CI 

u 
'u 

a. 


30 


6 


3-16 


3-8 


iM 


O5O 


$ 76- 00 


30 


S 


3-16 


i-8 


IM 


800 


S7.00 


36 


6 


!^ 


5-8 


IH 


1000 


96. 00 


36 


^ 


Yi. 


3-8 


IM 


1200 


IIO<QO 


36 


10 


'A 


3-8 


tM 


r4So 


T2S.0O 


4Z 


6 


^ 


7-16 


2 


1450 


127-00 


42 


S 


>i 


7-16 


2 


1700 


153- 00 


4^ 


10 


^ 


7-16 


2 


aooo 


e6{}.oo 


48 


12 


K 


7-16 


2M 


2650 


330. 00 


48 


14 


>i 


6-16 


.M 


2P50 


240.00 


4« 


16 


Ji 


7-16 


2j^ 


33S0 


260,00 



PRICE LIST AND SPECIFICATIONS, 









Thick- 


Thick- 


Thick- 


Approsa- 


' 


— ^- 




Nominal 


Dia- 




ness 


ness 


ness 


matc 


Size 




Coils 


Capacity 


meter 


Length 


Shell 


Convex 


Concave 


Weiftht 


Openings 


Price 


B-uik in 


Gallons 


Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


Head 
Inches 


Head 
Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 




Tank 


X20 


24 


5 


3-16 


5-16 


S-16 


400 


iH 


% 58, 00 




JC40 


24 


6 


3-16 


S'i6 


5-16 


460 


1^ 


62 . 00 




it So 


30 


5 


3-16 


5-16 


3-8 


560 


2 


69,00 


m L. 


320 


30 


6 


3-16 


5-16 


3-8 


640 


2 


73 00 


O^*. 


250 


30 


7 


3-16 


6-16 


3-8 


700 


2 


S3, 00 


H 


295 


30 


S 


3-16 


S-16 


3-S 


770 


2 


87,00 


315 


36 


6 


w 


S-16 


3-8 


000 


2 


fJ5-O0 


-0 - 


365 


36 


7 


K 


S'i6 


3-8 


loSo 


2 


104.00 


rJ 


4^0 


36 


S 


i^ 


5-16 


3-8 


ieSo 


2 


1 12.00 


«2 


5=5 


36 


10 


H 


S-16 


3-S 


1400 


3 


I2g.oo 




430 


4^ 


6 


U 


3-S 


7-16 


1230 


2 


1 1 3 ■ 00 




500 


42 


7 


H 


3-8 


7-16 


1350 


2 


124.00 


575 


42 


8 


H 


3-S 


7-16 


1480 


2 


135.00 


ic^ ^ 


720 


42 


la 


H 


3i-8 


7-16 


I7S0 


2 


153 00 


"^c^ 

^§^ 


S65 


42 


T2 


!4 


3-8 


7-16 


2000 





171.00 


lOOO 


42 


^4 


W 


J-S 


7-ie 


22SO 


z 


igi .00 


^ s 


750 


48 


S 


H 


3-8 


7-i6 


1800 


3 


16S . 00 


og-3 


040 


48 


10 


^4 


3-8 


716 


2 too 


3 


188 00 


■:: :i c 
^ n 


1 130 


4S 


12 


H 


3-8 


7-16 


2400 


3 


2og.oo 




J300 


48 


14 


% 


3-8 


7 16 


2700 


3 


230.00 , 



For extra price of flanged openings, manholes, handholes. and stands, see bottom of 
opposite tabic. 

Pri<;e5 on larger tanks on application. 

PRHSSURB AND STORAGE TANKS. 

For Oil, Water, Etc. 

We do not attempt to give all of the different styles and sizes of 
tanks in the following list. These tanks can be built for ail purposes 
and pressures, and of any size. In making inquiry for prices and 
specifications, always give the purpose for which the tank is to be used, 
the pressure to be carried, and the number of gallons capacity. Tanks 
listed below are for pressures up to loo pounds. 





Thick- 


Thick- 






SizeTankd 


Thick-: 


Thick- 






Size Tanks 


ness 


ness 


Weight 


Capacity 


ness 


ness 


Weight 


Capacity 




Shell 


Head 


Pounds 


Gallons 




Shell 


Head 


Pounds 


GaElons 


In. Ft. 


Inches 


Inches 






In. Ft. 


Inches 


Inches 






48 .X & 


K 


7-X6 


1?00 


750 


(jiQ X 2S 


5 16 


7-16 


7S00 


4000 


43 ^ 10 


K 


7-16 


3000 


940 


OO 3C ^2 


5-iC 


7-16 


8700 


4fi70 


4S X 12 


'4 


7-t6 


3300 


1130 


60 X 36 


S-16 


7-16 


9S00 


5260 


48 X 14 


K 


7-t6 


2600 


1300 


72 >; 20 


5-16 


'A 


7400 


4240 


4S X 16 


M 


7-16 


2900 


X500 


73 X 24 


S-16 


'A 


8500 


3090 


48 X IS 


Ya 


7-i6 


3200 


1700 


72 X 28 


5-16 


Vi 


9700 


594t> 


48 X 20 


H 


7-E6 


3SO0 


ifiSo 


T2 ^ 33 


S-16 


H 


10800 


6780 


43 X24 


H 


7-t6 


4x00 


2360 


72 X 3O 


S-16 


^y'z 


11900 


7G30 


54 ^ 1^ 


5-16 


7'J:6 


3500 


1^20 


S4 X 20 


S-16 


^ 


9200 


S760 


S4XI4 
54 X 16 


5-16 


7-r6 


3Q00 


1660 


&4X 24 


S-T6 


'A 


losoo 


69 TO 


S-16 


7-t6 


4300 


1890 


8.^ X 28 


5-16 


^■■> 


iiSoo 


8070 


54 ^ 18 


5'I6 


7-x6 


4700 


2130 


&4 Jt 33 


5-16 


>- 


13300 


9220 


S4 Jt 20 


5-16 


7-t6 


5200 


3360 


Mx 36 


5-16 


K 


f4SOo 


10370 


54 X 24 


5-16 


7-t6 


6000 


2840 


p6 X 24 


3-S 


5-8 


£4^00 


9000 


60 X 20 


S-X6 


7-16 


S900 


2920 


96 X 30 


3-8 


5-S 


17200 


1I2SO 


60 X 24 


S-16 


7-t6 


6goo 


3470 


96 X 3G 


3-8 


s-a 


20000 


13500 



Manholes and flaofics can be located where desired. 



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PEASE FOUNDRY COMPANY, LIMITED 

General Offices, ii8 King Street East, 
TORONTO, CANADA. 

agencies : 
Phase Western Foundry, Limited, Winnipeg. Pease Pacific Foundry, Limited, Vancouver. 

Pease Foundry Co., Limited, Hamilton. 



manufacturers of 
"ECONOMY" HEATERS. 



PRODUCTS 



HOT WATER and STEAM BOILERS, COMBINATION HEATERS, HEATERS and VENTI- 
LATORS FOR Public Buildings, WARM AIR FURNACES, REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, Etc. 

PEASE "ECONOMY" STEAM HEATER AND VENTILATOR. 

For installation in Schools, Churches, Halls, or wherever it is desired to heat with direct low-pressure 
steam, and at the same time introduce large volumes of fresh tempered air for ventilation. 



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Illustration showing fire travel and details of construction. 



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DETAILS OF 
CONSTRUC- 
TION. 



RESULTS. 

HEATING 
PLANS. 



i; rr.1^ heater IS used in connection with low-pressure gravity single-pipe circuit or with two-pipe steam systems. With 

fn™ ."1 .^■^^"' ^' ^"^' ^"^['^^I'- ^^'^- ^'^^ ^"^^^'^ ^'y ^■'"'^'^t st^am and at the same time sufficient tempered air is provided 
tor \ em.lating purposes This does away entirely with the use of indirect steam radiators and means the saving of at least 

hnilJr '".u"^' 'l^\ ^' ^","'^ 1^" '"^''■^'^t work is taken care of by surfaces heated with units that are wasted in the 

l^?. ! ?u Q^^^^^^h the smoke fluem standard boiler construction. It is designed for use in connection with gravity 
?n n^^n, f "5 ^""^ ventilation, but is constructed so as to permit of Installation in conjunction with a steel plate blower 
to promote forced circulation of air, vacuum si'stem, thermostatic control devices, etc. 

co,.Jr^.rilT. ^r'^f "^ I'^'f" ■ ^"'. ""^Ij^^f '™"' ^!^^.y"^^^ °f the fire-box being comigated and fitted with heavy linings so 
W?!nn 1 Mw^ ^"'."'^° -^^' ^''■' °" ^^^ ''^^^ °^- ^' "'^" ^^ ^^°^'^- the burning fuel, thereby insuring perfect com- 

Infllr ; ; 1 f ^'"^tmg and dumping grate that actually sifts its own ashes is an important feature.' A horizontal tubular 
^! i. r 1 '°° ^^' P^'^ss"'-e..,co'^structed to meet our special requirements, and built to conform with the latest 

r,vl t^"l. low-pressure steam boilers, is suspended immediately above the fire-box in such a wav as to expose at least 
n W . ri% ^ u '^i^^^ff ^"-i^ to the direct rays of the heat. The shell of this boiler is made of 'the best K-inch boiler 
plate, and the heads of 3^-inch boiler plate. Tempered air for ventilation is provided bv two steel radiators with cast iron 
smoke connections on each end which extend along the entire length of the heater on both sides. The fire travel is first 
Int.fhlr '^^1 boiler, then back to the front through boikr tubes, then the smoke and heat units divide and pass 

^m t f? ?' "" ^i, u °^ ^^^ boiler which transmit the heat into the surrounding air currents, but conduct the 

smoke to the chimney flue at the rear of the heater. 

ln..b>ipfhI!'^^^A^T '''^^ ^!^^^^,u\?^ '^^^.^^'' '^T ^^" ^^^'^ ^S°' ^t has done excellent work in a large number of 
Bn^rdl^nH nt1 "^ ""'f ^Ki^^' r^^' '"'■ ■ ^^",'"" H" ^^'^'^^ '° ^^'' ^" ^^^"^^ reports received from numerous School 

Boards and others giving valuable information about fuel consumption, heat distribution and ventilation. 

nnt,v?Tn^r,lr ^^^ spe^^i^l constructiou of heaters we do not issue tables of capacities, but we are always prepared on short 
mWnin.d In n.?;T^^J.^ consideration of architects, heatmg plans and specifications. Engineering Departments are 
maintained in our Toronto and A\ mnipeg offices for this purpose. 



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"ECONOMY'' HOT WATER BOILER. 




SPJiCIAL FEATURES. 
Water ways are correctly proportigned for free, rapid circulation. 

Fire and Hue surfaces are backed by water, and so arranged that heat rays will impinge 
upon every inch of their area. 

They have deep corruyatt^d firepots with overhani^in;- fire surfaces. 

The fire and ashpit doors ar^ large, simplifying the adding of fresh fuel ait<i the removal 
ol ashes, \_ 

Flue doors are placed to the front and rear of flue surfaces to pL-rmit of cleaning. 

Convenient butterlly check and draft dampers add to ease in regulating fires. 

/The rocking and dumping grates are simple and effective and cannot be forced out of 
position. ^. ,^ ■ ,.< 

The water column is in the centre of the sections and insures of free, rapid circulation. 

All joints are made with push nipples, and. being iron to iron, they are absoluti?ly water- 
tight (no rubber packing being required). 

DIMENSIONS, LIST PRICES. ETC. 



E 



N-^i52-W 

N-173-W 

N-222-W 
N'223-W 

N-2S3-W 

N-2S2-W 

N-283-W 
N-312-W 
N-3'3-W 
N-343-W 



05 



?3 
23 

^Sl 

27 

30 1 
3o3 
33i 
37i 

37S 

40 

40 

43 

























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ij 


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3 





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N 


M 


-i --^ 


x; (/: 


11 
a. 




a 

0/ 


13J 




CO 


C/3 




'V- 1^ CJ 


. vH 





CO 


ffl 


3 «;'- 


^ ^^ 


J^ 


Height F 
Inches. 


Q 

- 'A 

3>S 




Q5 


2^ 






49 1 





23 


23 


15 


3-2 


3-a5 


43 


G 


?3 


23 


15 


3-2 


3--! 


47 


53 i 


6 


24 


25i 


17 


3-2 


32 


53 1 


60 


7 


^4J 


27 


19 


3-25 


3-^i 


53 i 


604 


8 


25! 


30i 


22 


3-3 


3-3 


S'i 


59 3 


9 


25! 


30 i 


22 


3-:^ 


3-3 


55 « 


&3i 


9 


20J 


33 i 


25 


3-3 


3-3 


56! 


64 J 


10 


28 


37 S 


28 


3-4 


3-4 


.^2 J 


61 i 


I 1 


28 


37 b 


28 


3-4 


3-4 


56 i 


65 J 


r ] 


29! 


40 


31 


3-4 


3-4 


52 t 


62 s 


12 


29i 


40 


3' 


3-4 


3-4 


57 J 


66* 


1 2 


31 


43 i 


34 


3-5 


3-5 


57J 


68 


13 



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Stove 

Stov-e 

Stove 

Stove 

Stove 

Stove 

Stove 

Egg 

Egg 

EgK 

Egg 

Egg 



.67 

500 

57'^ 
667 

1000 

1500 

2000 



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00 
00 
00 

00 
00 

CX) 



S R8 

T40 
160 
180 
200 
240 '00 
270 00 

333 00 
392 00 

425 00 
+75 00 



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I- L- 

0.-0 
o ^ 

u5: 



S 94 
1 1 1 

170 



00 
00 
00 

00 



190 00 

215 oo 
260.00 
296 00 

420 00 

453 00 
505 00 



o 
I 

2 

4 
S 
6 
61 

7 

7I 
g 



We furnish headers u-ith all sizes of these boilers when desired, but do not recommend 
their use. 

TWIN CONNECTIONS. 
List Price, incli/ding Valves- 
No. 4, grio.oo; No. 5 to No. 6, S135-00: No_ 61. S175.00; No. 7, S190.00; No. S, S230.00. 

Net Allowance for each Valve (svhen not required). 
Ko. 4„ S4-oc; No. 5 to No. 6» S5-00; No. 65. S5.75: No, 7. S6.25 ; No. S. 57.50, 

No allowance made for ordinary headers. 

DOMESTIC WATER HEATERS, 
Small Size S2.00 Large Size S3 -75 



Il^LpUSTRATION WITH TwO InTEKWSDIATE SECTIONS; SECTIONAL VlEW ShOWIN'G 

Gr-vtes. Deep Corrugated Firei'Ot, Ce^jtre Waterwav 
AND Fire Travel. 



"ECONOMY'' ROUND BOILER FOR vSTEAM. 




SPECIAL FEATURES. 

These boilers are similar in construction to the Economy Hot \\"atDr Boiler illustrated 
above, but have a special top or dome 5.ection. 

DIMENSrOXS, REVISED LIST PRICES, ETC. 



X 



(J 

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2 









N-227-S' 
N-223-S , 

N-2 8J-S 



25 i 
27 
30 J 
30-; 
33 il 
373 

+0 

4.0 

A.2 



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lo 




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pi 


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u 

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s 


U 


2"3 


S 


2^ 


X 




X 


C-= 


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24 

24i 


49; 


n 


3-:? 


i4i 


(-3 


56 ^ 


7 


•"! 


300 


S205 00 


49 1 


19 


3'2l 


143 


I-2J 


57i 


u 


,17! 


400 


235 00 


25 J 


40 i 


33 


3-3 


«5! 


1-3 


55 


a 


,ss! 


5^5 


S05 00 


25! 


50 i 


22 


3-3 


i5'l 


1-3 


59 


Q 


59i 


575 


313 50 


26 1 


50 i 


^5 


3-4 


[6 


'-3 


Go 


10 


6«1 


700 


337 50 


28 


47 i 


28 


3-4 


16I 


1-4 


5(^1 


1 r 


57 i 


900 


400.00 


2S 


51.^ 


28 


3-4 


16I 


1-4 


60* 


ir 


6:.i 


1000 


4:^5 00 


ig] 


47 i 


31 


3-4 


16' 


'-4 


5li 


12 


.S8J 


'275 


500 00 


^9! 


5^ 


3 = 


3-4 


lb' 


1-4 


50 i 


12 


62 i 


14CX) 


525 00 


ir 


S??- 


1.1 


%-< 


It 


1-5 


r^T 


1 ? 


r,Tl 


l6so 


-■187 .^0 



TclltstraTion with One Intermediate Sectiom, 



Above list covers boilers with or without licaders. 

—The ratings given provide that all piping, m addition to the direct radia- 
, shall he llgnred as radiating surface in estimatJne the s're of boiler renuired. 



Ratincs.- 
tion to be used 



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PEASE IDEAL" SECTIONAL STEAM BOILERS. 




Capacities, List Prices, Etc. 



Number 
Including 
Sections 



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S-15' 

S-19- 
Sm9- 
S-19- 

S-22- 

S-25- 

S-2S- 

s-25- 

S-25- 
S-28- 
S-28- 
S^28- 
S-28- 
S-36- 
S-36- 
S-36- 
S-36- 
S-36- 
S-48^ 
S'48- 

S-48- 



4 

5 

6 

5 
6 

7 

5 
6 

7 

5 
6 

7 
8 

5 
6 

7 

s 

5 
6 

7 
9 

9 
6 

7 

s 

9 



Total 
Length 

Inches 



IlluSTi^.athin Sjeuwing FiRii Travi^l, 



S-48-Jr 



40 1 

47l 
53 i 

53 i 

67 i 
59 i 

66 i 

74I 

H2I 

60 

68 

76 

S4 
693 

78J 
88 

97 i 
106 1 
92 

lOi} 
114 
124* 
J35 



Total 
Hght. 

Ins. 



53 1 
53 i 

53 1 
55 

55 I 
55 i 
59 
59 
59 
64 1 
64! 
64 1 
64 1 

67/. 
67 u 
76 1 

76 1 

76 1 

76 1 
76 1 

97 
97 
97 
97 
97 



Total 

Width 

Ins. 



34 1 
34 i 
34 1 
38 
36 
38 

42 
42 

47 
47 
47 I 
47 i 
50i 
504 
50 i 

50 s 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 



Water 
Line 
I ns. 



391 
38 J 

38 S 
42 i 
42 i 
4Ji 
44 1 
44 i 
44 1 
49 
49 
49 
49 

51 i 

5ii 

sii 

5ii 
60 i 

60 i 

60! 

60S 

6oi 

70 

70 

70 
70 
70 



Ashpit 
Inside 
Inches 



Out- 
lets 
Inches 



2o1Sk 

20U>t 



20 
JO 

20 

23 1 
23 i 

23 i 

28 

28 
28 
28 

3o| 
30 1 

3<^i 

38UX 

38i X 

38IIX 

38i8x 

:38JSx 

i5o\ X 

■5oi X 

50} X 

'50! X 



X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



^71? 
34 

i9lS 

36 s 

43.''* 

38 i 
45 III 
35 .\ 
4^1 
50 ^ 
581 
35* 
43 i 
SI* 
59 i 
40 1 

49 i 
59 

77i 

sSi 

68! 3 
79* 

100^ 



2—3 

2 — 3 

2 — 3 

3—3 

3—3 

2 — 4 

2—4 

3—4 
2—4 

2—4 
3—4 

3—4 

2 — 4 

2—4 
3—4 
3—4 
^ — 5 
»— 5 
3—5 
3—5 
4—5 
2—6 
2—6 
3—6 
3—6 
3—6 



Size 

Smoke 

Pipe 



8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

1 1 

I [ 

I [ 

I I 

12 

1 2 
12 
12 
"5 
15 
15 
"5 
"5 

2 I 

2 I 
2 I 
21 

2 I 



Grate 


Average 


Area 


Fire Po t 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq, Ft, 


"95 


2.47 


2 .60 


5 30 


3-25 


4. vo 


3-32 


4.00 


4 15 


5 00 


4 93 


6.00 


4.08 


4.84 


5 10 


6.0s 


6.12 


7 26 


5 44 


6.48 


6 80 


8. 10 


8.i6 


9.72 


9 52 


11,34 


6 24 


7 33 


7-80 


9. 16 


9 36 


"o 99 


10 92 


12,83 


9 , 12 


10. 40 


1 1 ,40 


13-00 


13.68 


IS 60 


15 96 


18. 2Q 


18 24 


20.80 


18 00 


"8 75 


21 .60 


22-50 


25.20 


26,25 


28.80 


30,00 


32 40 


33 75 



*Note 
Ratings 
Sq. Ft- 



300 

425 
550 
600 

750 
900 

800 

1,000 

Ip200 
1, 100 

"-350 

1,600 

1,850 

1.300 

1^625 

1.950 

*-275 
2.100 

2,625 
3.150 
3.675 

4.300 

4.750 
5-700 
6,650 
7,600 

8.550 



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List 
Price 



00 
00 
00 

50 
00 

00 

00 

00 



215 

255 
295 
312 

350 

400 

375 

425 
475 00 

450.00 

5"2 

575 
637 
500 

587 
662 

750 
700 

837 ■ 50 
962 . 50 
1,100 

1.225 
1,362 
1,600 
'.837 

2-075 

2.3^2 



SO 
00 
50 

,00 

50 

50 

00 
.00 



00 
00 

50 
00 

50 

00 

50 



Number 1 
Including 
Sections 



S-15' 
S-15- 
S15- 
S'J9' 
S 19' 
S-I9- 
S'22' 

S-»2' 

S-22- 
S-25- 

S-25- 
S-25- 
S-25- 

S-2S- 

S-28- 
S'28- 
S-28- 
S'36- 
536^ 

S-36- 
S-36- 

S-36- 

S-48- 
S-4S- 
S-48- 8 

S-48- 9 
S-48-10 



4 
5 
6 

5 
6 

7 

S 
6 

7 
5 
6 

7 
8 

5 
6 

7 
6 

6 

7 
8 

9 
6 

7 



Above li^ts cover shipment of boilers with or without headers. 

For each supply outlet on top of "Pease Ideal" Boilers there is a correspondiri|^ return inlet in either side. 
Extra tappin^;s provided if desired- Do not bush flow-pipe outlets on Steam Boilers — Connect all of them full 
siiie to tht main. Ratings above arc for hard coal; soft coal requires size larj^'er boiler, 

For WooJ Burnin^.^On special order, woodfcratcs can be supplied for the 19-inch, 23'inch, 25-inch and 
28-inch boilers. The 19-iiich boilers can be fittedlwith special fire door loi x 18-inch, 22-inch and 25-inch with 
1 1 i X I 8-inch fire door, and the 58-inch with 12 { x:^2o-inch fire door. 



"PEAvSB IDEAL" SECTIONAL WATER BOILERS. 



CAPAciriE&, List Prices, Etc. 



Ku m ber 


Total 


Total 


Total 


Including 


Length 


Height 


Width 


Seditions 


Inches 


iDcbcs 


Inche-5 


W-is- 4 


40 1 


4^i 


27i 


W-JS- 5 


47 1 


42* 


27i 


W-15- 6 


53 i 


4?i 


^7 '2 


W-19- 5 


52 i 


50 


3»i 


W-ig- 6 


58 i 


30 


3'1 


W-19- 7 


65 


50 


3il 


W-22- 5 


53i 


52t 


36 


W-22- 6 


60 i 


52 1 


36 


W-22- 7 


67! 


5^1 


36 


W-25- 5 


59 i 


57i 


40 1 


W-'25' 6 


66 S 


57I 


40 i 


W-2S- 7 


74 1 


S7i 


40 i 


W-2S' 8 


82; 


S7l 


40 J 


W-28- 5 


60 


60 1 


44. 


W'2&- 6 


68 


60S 


44 


W-2a- 7 


76 


60 1 


44 


W-2&- 8 


84 


60 J 


44 


W-36- s 


69 i 


70 


53 i 


■W-36- 6 


78'. 


70 


53 1 


W^36- 7 


88 


70 


53 1 


W-36-' 8 


97i 


70 


53i 


W-36^ 9 


jo6i 


70 


53 1 


W-4S- 


92 


sii 


68 


W-48- 7 


102 i 


Eli 


68 


W-48- 8 


■ ■4 


s.: 


63 


W-48- 9 


124: 


sii 


f-8 


W-4&-10 


'35 


Bii 


Ci 



As-hpit 
Inside 
Inches 



2o!Ex 



20\l 



X 



2^1U 



20 
20 
20 

23 i 

28 

28 
28 

28 

30 s 

30 s 
30 i 

3t>i 



71 
X 

X 
X 
3t 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 



3aia 

38lf.x 
38[^x 



1 p 



38 

38|5x 
503 X 

50 J X 



34 

29l£ 

36 1 
43 1'o 
3iii! 
38i 

45 IS 

42 ; 

58i- 

43 i 
5'i 
39 i 
40? 

49* 
59 

68 4 

77i 
58)e 
G8IS 

79 i 
89U 



Out- 
lets 
inches 



2—3 
2—3 
2—3 

3—3 
2—4 

2—4 

3 — 4 
2—4 
2 — 4 
3—4 
3 — 4 
2—4 
2—4 
3 — 4 
3 — 4 
2—5 

2—5 

3^5 
3^5 
4—5 
2—6 

2 — 6 
3—6 

3—6 
3-6 



Site 

Smoke 

Pipe 



8 

a 

8 
9 

9 

TO 

10 

10 
1 1 
] 1 
I 1 

1 I 

12 
12 

1 2 
J 2 

15 
15 

'5 

J5 
15 

2 J 

2 T 
2 I 

2 I 
2 I 



Grate 

Area 
Sq. Ft. 



1 



95 
60 

25 
32 

15 
98 
08 
10 
ta 

5 -44 

6 80 

8. 16 
9 52 
6 .24 
7,80 
9 36 

10 .92 

9. 12 

IT .40 

13 68 

J 5 96 
18.24 
18 00 
21 ,60 

35 ^o 
28.80 

32 40 



Average, ♦Note 
Fire Pot I Ratings 
Sq, Ft. , Sq. Ft. 



2 

3 
4 
4 
5 


4 
6 



47 

30 

. 10 

00 

00 

.00 

.84 

05 

7.26 

6. 48 

a. 10 

9 72 

i< 34 

7 33 
9. 16 

10.99 

12.83 



10 

"3 
■ 5 

18 
20 
18 
22 
26 



40 

00 
60 

20 
80 

75 
50 

25 



ioroo 
33 75 



400 
700 

900 
1,000 
1.250 
i.5'00 

"-3<>*> 
1,650 

2<000 

1.825 

2.225 

3.650 

3.050 

2,150 

2-675 
3,200 

3-725 
3-450 

4-3^5 
5-200 

6,050 

6,935 
7-825 

9,400 

'0.975 

(2.550 

14.125 



List 
Price 



S 



190 

230 

270 

2S7 

325 

3 75 

350 
400 

450 
4^5 
487 
550 
612 

475 
562 

637-50 

725 00 



00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
00 

5*? 



Number 

Including 

Sections 



00 

00 
00 

so 



G75 
800 

925 
1 ,062 

I-187-SO 

c, 300. 00 

"■537-50 

■■775 00 
2.012 .50 

Z.Z5O 00 



W 15 
W 15- 

w-15- 

W 19- 

w-19- 
w-19- 

W-22- 

W-22- 
W-22- 
W.25- 
W-25- 
\V-25- 

W^35- 
'W-2S- 

W-2 8> 

W 2S 

W-2S^ 

w-36- 
w-36- 
w-36- 
\v-36- 
w-36- 
W-4S- 
\v-48- 
w-48- 

\v-48- 



4 

5 
6 

5 
6 

7 

5 
6 

7 

5 
6 

7 
8 

5 
6 

7 
8 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
6 

7 
8 

9 




W-4S-10 



Illustration Showing No. W-25-7 Water Boiler. 



Above lists cover shipmeul of boilers with or without headers. 

For each supply outlet on top of "Pease Ideal " Boilers there is a corresponding return iitlet in either side. 
Extra tappings provided if desired. Ratings above are for hard coal; soft coal requires size larj^er boiler. 
For WQQi^ Burning- — On special order» wood grates can be supplied for the 19-inch, 22-inGh, 25-inch and 
28-inch boilers. The 19-inch boilers can be fitted with special fire door lol x 18 inch, 22-inch and 25 inch with 



11 s X 



iS inch fire door, and the 28-inch with 12J K 20 inch fire door. 



SPECIAL 
FEATURBvS 



In the '' Pease Ideal " Sectional Boilers with square or oblong firepots and grates are embodied substantially all features 
common to the "Economy" Boilers with round grates and firepots. 

These features arc, of course, changed somewhat in form to suit their application to the work which each type or size 
of boiler has to perform. 

As stated, these features include: — 

Correctly proportioned waterways for free and rapid circulation. 

Fire and flue surfaces all backed by water, and so arranged that the heat rays will impinge upon every inch of their area. 

Air burning features fully developed. 

Overhanging fire surfaces. 

Liberal steam dome. 

Deep firebox. 

Large fire door, and large ashpit door, with butterfly damper. 

Convenient smoke pipe check dampers. 

Flue doors so placed as to permit of easy cleaning of all flue surfaces. 

Cast-iron nipples, making a perfectly tight and permanent joint, without any kind of packing. 

Easy-operating grates, built upon the rocking and dumping principles, with lug to prevent accidental dumping- 
Liberal size ashpit, with large opening to permit easy removal of ashes. 

All steam boilers of this type are fitted with the Ideal Sylphon Automatic Damper Regulator without extra charge. 

The sections are assembled on the unit plan. If, therefore, the structure in which boilers are placed should be rebuilt 
or extended, additional sections tnay be added. 



TING APPARATUS 



283 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 

Heating Apparatus. 

TORONTO AND WEST TORONTO. 

MONTREAL, HAMILTON, WINNIPEG, CALGARY, EDMONTON, LETHBRIDGE, VANCOUVER 



THE GURNEY- 
OXFORD 
ROUND 
HOT WATER 
BOILER. 



THE GURNEY- 
OXFORD 

ECONOMIZER. 



This illustration is an actual photograph of an 
Oxford Boiler that has been cut open. Note the 
deep fire-pot, with insloping wahs that corral 
the heat. The first section is double the usual 
thickness, and the smoke flues have sloping walls. 
The first section has more inches of fire surface 
per pound of water than in any boiler made. 

Note the heavy iron nipples forming the 
ground joints between sections. Rubber gaskets 
have been eliminated on all steam sectional boilers 
of ^ every make— we advocate this same all-metal 
joint on all boilers. 

The grate bars revolve, and are oear driven 




each bar is removable through the base front, and 
the ash pit is free from levers, etc.^there is more 
ash-pit head room. 

Most Canadian Round Boilers are numbered 
from I to ID. Size for size the Oxford Boiler is 
decidedly larger in grate area. Your customer 
and client will get greater boiler power when the 
Oxford is used. 



A boiler must be installed with ample capacity for coldest weather. Yet for a 

large part of the heating season the 
boiler is "damped down." Milder 
weather has made a slow fire desir- 
able. 

Other boilers accomplish this by 
means of a shell top damper or by 
opening the fire-door. This method 
cools the sections that coal has been 
burned to heat up, with a sharp loss 
in economy, and the possibility of 
coal gas throughout the house is 
another undesirable feature. 

Note the cast iron elbow or 
housing on the smoke opening of 
the Gurney - Oxford Boiler. The 
check air is taken in above all the 
. water sections, and, as one flap acts 
as check damper and direct draft 
damper, the proportion of drafts is 
nicely maintained. It is easily pos- 
sible with this device to hold fire 
for 24 hours, and one lever controls 
the fire, acting as a throttle valve on 
the entire system. 




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THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



284 



UWU^iiKS 



III 1 1 




Witt 



OXFORD HOT WATER BOILERS 



RATINGS. PRICES, ETC. 






V 



IM 



li ■' 



No 


Net 
Capacity 
Radia- 
tion. 
Feet. 


Net 

Capacity. 

Lin. Feet. 

1-in. Ripe. 


List 

Price, 

Low 

Bast. 


List 
Price, 

High 
Base. 


Diam- 

of 
Grate- 


Diam, 

of 

Smoke 

Pipe. 


Size of 
Chimney 

Required, 


No. of 

Flow 
and 

Return 
Outlets. 


Size 
Hard 
Coal, 


Approsirnate 

Shipping 

Weight. 

Oxford 

Hot WattT 

Boilers. 




Low 
Base. 


High 

Base. 


0£ 


170 


500 


$ 88.00 


S 94,00 


171 


7 


Sx 8 


2-2 


Stove 


800 


900 


1 E 


235 


70(J 


105.00 


111.00 


171 


7 


8x S 


2-2 


Stove 


940 


1000 


2 E 


335 


1000 


140.00 


147-00 


2Ul 


7 


Sx 8 


4-2 


Stove 


1170 


1250 


3 n 


500 


15O0 


160.00 


170.00 


221 


8 


8x 12 


4-2 


Stove 


1420 


lalO 


4 E 


ti70 


2OO0 


200,00 


215.00 


251 


8 


8 X 12 


4-2 


Stove 


H>50 


1750 


5 E 


83& 


2500 


240,00 


260.00 


27S 


10 


12 X 12 


6-2 


Stove 


2000 


2125 


6 B 


1000 


3000 


270,00 


290.00 


291 


10 


12 X 12 


6-2 


Egg 


2365 


2510 


6iC 


1250 


3750 


335.00 


360.00 


32 i 


10 


12 X 12 


0^2 


Egg 


2750 


2950 


7 B 


150U 


45U0 


392.00 


420.00 


351 


11 


12 X 12 


S-2 


Egg 


3350 


3550 


8 C 


2O00 


cooo 


475.00 


505 , 00 


37 


11 


12 X 12 


S-2 


Egg 


3800 


4060 


9 D 


2(itJ7 


souo 


o'24.00 


554 . 00 


38 i 


11 


12 X 12 


12-2 


Bgg 


4360 


45&5 


10 C 


4000 


12000 


S50.00 




4:2 


12 


12 K IG 


12-2 


Egg 


5225 


' . - . , 



All mains should be securely covered with good non-conducting material. 
Note diameter of above Firepots and compare with others. 





OXFORD STEAM BOILERS 

Fur Hard or Suft Coal or Coke or Natural Gas. 
DIMENSIONS, CAPACITIES AND LIST PRICES. 







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Cm 


Km 


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Size of 
Keqinr 


List Pr 
Trimm 
Base. 


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p-IHB 


00 E 


22 


53 


5G 


41 


44 


171 


U 


200 


eoo 


2 


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7 


Sx 8 


SUh5.00 


S 172. 25 


10 E 


22 


561 


59 i 


44^ 


47 i 


17{ 


U 


250 


750 


2 


li 


7 


8x8 


185.00 


192.25 


20 E 


24 


bSi 


63 i 


44i 


49 i 


201 


2i 


350 


J. 050 


2i 


2 


7 


Sx 8 


215,00 


227.50 


30 E 


27 


60 


66 


451 


51 i 


22i 


21 


450 


1,350 


3 


2 


8 


8x 12 


255.00 


267 50 


40 E 


29 


61 


69 


47 


55 


25i 


3i 


550 


1,650 


3 


2 


8 


gx 12 


295.00 


313.75 


SO E 


33 


62 


70 


471 


551 


27i 


4 


700 


2,100 


3 


2 


10 


12 X 12 


337.50 


302.5(1 


60 B 


34 


63 


72 i 


48 


57 i 


29i 


4i 


900 


2.700 


3i 


2i 


10 


12 X 12 


400.00 


431.25 


COJB 


3S 


70 


79 i 


54 


G3i 


321 


5i 


1,000 


3,075 


4 


2i 


Hi 


12 X 12 


425.00 


468,75 


70 B 


43 i 


73 


82i 


57 


66 J 


351 


Gi 


1.275 


3,825 


4 


2i 


Hi 


. 12x 12 


5U0.0O 


535.00 



Regular steam trimmings included are: Steam Gauge. Safety Valvc» Water Column, Glass Water Gauge. Gauge Cocks. 
Automatic Damper Regulator, also Cleaning Erush. This applies excepting in British Columbia, where special fittings arc 
required. 

Make due alloi\'ancc for mains and risers when selecting size of boiler required. All mains and boilers should be rovercd. 

When soft coal is used for fuel, select a size larger boiler. 

Direct-indirect radiation requires 50% more boiler capacity. Indirect radiation requires 75% increased boiler capacity. 



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ILERS 



285 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 





GlIRNEY- 

OXFORD 
900 SERIES 

WATER AND 

STEAM 
BOILERS. 



The headerless, cast-iron boiler is now recogriized as one of the best types for 
a great many buildings. The Gurney-Oxford ■ 900 Series Boiler is designed to 
represent the utmost in efficiency, combined with great durability. 

The fire-pot is very deep, and the grate is of the rocking and dumping t3'pe, well 
adapted to either hard or sott coal. The fire travels three times the length of the 
boiler, and the fire-box has the maximum number of square inches on which the fire 
shines. The sections are mounted together with heavy push nipples. This series is 
built in four grate widths and 22 sizes altogether, giving the widest possible range of 
choice, permitting the instahation of a boiler exactly suited to the load it has to carry. 



SPEClFlCATIOiNS. 



STEAM BOILERS. 
Description. Capacities and Prices. 



hot water boilers. 
Description, Capacities and Prices 









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913S 


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300 


900 


39 J 1 29 i 


34 f 


17x21 


1-4 


1-4 


1,400 


9 


8x S ii 


9i4S 


255-00 


450 


1.350 


.'^O} 


39i; 29i 43i 


17x30 


2-4 


2-4 


1,725 


9 


Sx 8 > 


yi5S 


312.50 


000 


1.800 


50} 


39i 29li 5U 


17x39 


2-4 


2-2 i 


2. 050 


9 


8x12 3 


yitis 


350.00 


750 


2,250 


50} 


39| 29|1 60 


17x48 


2-4 


2-2 i 


2.375 


9 


Sxl2 ^ 


yi7s 


400 . 00 


900 


2,700 


50} 


39i 29i 


68 i 


17x57 


2-4 


2-2^ 


2.700 


9 


8x12 w 


924S 


25.5-00 


425 


1 .275 


.=ifi 


4R 


32 


25 


21xll> 


1-4 


2-2 


1. 100 


S 


8x S 3 


925S 


312.50 


575 


1,725 


5fi 


4S 


32 


31 


21x22 


2-4 


2-2 


1.000 


S 


8xi:^ ^ 


926S 


350 . 00 


725 


2,175 


56 


48 


32 


37 * 


21x2Si 2-4 


2-2 


2.100 


S 


Sxl3 > 


y27S 


400.00 


875 


2,625 


56 


48 


32 


44 


21x34i 2-4 


2-3 


2.600 


10 


Sxl3 = 


<1'^HS 


437.50 


IA50 


3,150 


56 48 i .32 


501 21x40J' 2-4 


2-3 


3.100 


10 


12x12 ^ 


yans 


462 . 50 


1.125 


3.375 


56 


48 


32 


57 


21x47 


2^ 


2-3 


3.600 


10 


12x12 u 




934S 


475 , 00 


1,200 


3.fi00 


64 


56^ 


44 


42 


30x28 


2-5 


2-3 


3.200 


12 


12x12 S 


■t35S 


550 . 00 


1,500 


4,500 


64 


nfi^ 


44 


51 


30x37 


2-5 


2-3 


3.700 


12 


12x12 J=i 


936S 


625.00 


1.800 


5,400 


64 


nfH 


44 


fiO 


30x4<> 


2-5 


2-3 


4.400 


J2 


\2xUy g 


937S 


700.00 


2. 100 


G,3no 


64 


56* 


44 


68 


30x54 


3-5 


3-3 


5.000 


12 


12x16 "5 


938S 


775-00 


2,400 


7,200 


64 


56^ 


44 


77 


30x63 


3-5 


4-3 


5,700 


12 


10x16 £ 


93dS 


850 . 00 


2700 


8,100 


64 


56^ 


44 


S5i 


30x72 


3-5 


4-3 


6,300 


12 


16x16 ^ 


945S 


800 . 00 


2.500 


7.500 


72 


60 


56 i 


51 


42x37 


2-5 


2-4 


5.600 


15 


16x16 e 


9463 


962 . 50 


3, 1 25 


9.375 


72 


60 


56i 60 


42x46 


2-5 


2-4 


6,500 


15 


16x16-1 


947S 


1.112,50 


3J50 


1 1 .250 


72 


60 


561 


6Si 


42x55 


3-5 


3-4 


7.400 


15 


16x16 > 


948S 


1,275.00 


4,375 


13,125 


72 


60 


564 


77} 


42x64 


3-5 


3-4 


8,300 


15 


16x20 = 


949S 


1,425.00 


5..000 


15.000 


72 


60 


56) 


86 


42x73 


3-5 


3-4 


9,200 


15 


16x20 ^ 




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913 W 


S 190.00 


500 


1.500 


50 i 


2ft i 


34? 


17x21 


1-4 


1 

1-4 1.400 


9 


4* 

Sx S 1 


914VV 


230.00' 750 


2.250 


50) 


29 i 


43! 17x30 


2-4 


2-4 ' 1.725 


9 


Sx 8 S 


915W 


2S7.50 LOOO 


3.000 


501 


29 -i 


51} 17x39 


2-4 


2-4 2.050 


9 


Sxl2 "i 


91G\V 


325.00 1.250 


3.750 


5I>! 


29; 


60 ■17x4S 


2-4 


2-4 2.375 


9 


12x12 5 


917W 


375.00 1.500 


4.500 


501 


29 i 


68 J 17x57 


2-4 


2-4 


2.700 


9 


12x12 5 


924W 


230.00' 700 


2.100 


56 


32 


25 


21x16 


1-4 


2-4 


1.100 


S 


Sx S S 


925W 


2S7.50I 900 


2,700 


5l> 


32 


31 21x22 


2-4 


2-4 i l.OOU 


S 


8x13 is 


926W 


325,001 U150 


3.450 


50 


32 


37.'. 2lx2Sl 


2-4 


2-4 2,100 


s 


Ssl3 g 


927\V 


375.00' L400 


4.200 


5f; 


32 


44 21x34! 


2-4 


2-4 2.600 


10 


12x12 3 


92,S\V 


412.50' L650 


4.950 


:ir> 


32 


501,21x40; 


2-4 


2-4 , 3.100 


10 


12x12 S 


929VV 


437 . 50 


1.900 


5.700 


56 


32 


57 


21x47 


2-4 


2-4 


3.000 


10 


12x12 5 


934W 


450 . 00 


2,000 


6.000 


64 


44 


42 


30x28 


2-5 


2-5 


3,200 


12 


12x12 S 


935W 


525,00 


2. .500 


7.500 


fi4 


4+ 


51 30x37 


2-5 


2-5 


3.700 


12 


12x12 i 


936W 


600.00 


2,975 


S.925 


04 


44 


60 30x4 B 


2-5 


2-5 4.400 


12 


12>;16 2 


937W 


675.00! 3.500 


10.500 


04 


44 


68 .30x54 


3-5 


3-5 5,000 


12 


12x16 ■= 


938W 


7.50.00 3.900 


11.700 


64 


44 


77 30x63 


3-5 


3-5 5,600 


12 


16x16 B 


939W 


S12.50 4.450 


13.350 


04 


44 


S5i 30x72 


3-0 


3-5 0.300 


12 


16x16 s 


945W 


762.50'4.00O 


12.000 


72 


56 


51 


42x37 


2-5 


2-5 ' 5. GOO 


14 


16x16 c 


94 6 W 


925.00 5,100 


15,300 


72 


56 


60 


42x46 


2-5 


2-0 ,6.500 


14 


16x16 -^ 


947W 


L075,00, 6.200 


18,600 


72 


56 


69 


42x55 


3-5 


3-5 


7.400 


14 


16x16 > 


94SW 


1.212. 50' 7.300 


21.900 


72 


5S 


78 


42x64 


3-5 


3-5 


8,300 


14 


16x20 a 


949U' 


1.3S2.50.S.400 


25.200 


72 


56 


S7 


42x73 


3-5 


3-5 


9.200 


14 


16x20 5 





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THE GURNEY FOUWDKY CU., umilt^u 



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GURNBY BRIGHT IDEA BOILER 



For SteJam or Hot Water. 



These Boilers have capacity of i,ooo to 7,250 feet of radiation 
for Steam; 1,650 to 12,000 feet of radiation for Hot Water. 



The large number of these boilers in successful operation over a long period of years is our best argu- 
ment in their favour. The Bright Idea exactly meets the requirements of the trade for a header boiler 
with large steam space. This boiler comes in sixteen different sizes and three different grate widths. It 
is built for any kind of fuel and for steam or hot water work. Every care is taken to insure uniform 
castings, and we have attained almost absolute freedom from expansion cracks. Any section may be 
removed without displacing the whole boiler. The grates are accessible for repairs and easily operated. 
The flue surfaces are extremely large, and the long ilre travel insures the best use of the products of com- 
bustion. All boilers are supplied with full complement of firing tools and steam boilers with best grade 
of low pressure steam trimmings. 



Steam Boilers. 



DESCRIPTION. CAPACITIES AXD PRICKS 



Hot Water Boilers. 



DliSCRIPTION. CAPACITIES AND PRICES 



No 


11 


a. 






"5 
3:^ 


it 

t, ■- 

c: 


•r. 

c 
41 


■- "^ 

- L. 

Si 

56 


c 

■— ■ 

*- 
a 


3 

K 
S.5 


D 
2-3 


O 

X - 

H 

12 


a 


1.020 


S425 DO 


1.000 


3.000 


55 ^9\i 


28X26 


2-4 


3,500 


1.021 


475 O0'l,2OO 


3.600 


55 6914 


47 


56 


28X32 


2-4 


2-3 12 


4,000 


1.022 


525 00 1,400 


4.200 


55 


6SH 


53 


.56 


2SX38 


2-4 


2-S 


12 


4,400 


LO23! 575 001.600 


4^800 


55 


69H 


59 


56 


2SX44 


2-4 


2-3 


12 


4,900 


1.024' G25 001.800 


5,400 


bb 69Ja 


65 


56 


2SX50 


3-4 


3-3 


12 


5,400 


1.025 


675 00 2.000 


6,000 


55 j69!^ 


71 


56 


2SX56 


S-4 


3-3 


12 


5,900 


1.130 762 502.350 


7.050 


56 


74 


62 


76 


40X44 


1-6 and 1-4 


2-4 


14 


7,200 


1,131 850 002,700 


8.100 


56 


74 


67 


76 


40X50 


1-6 and 1-4 


2-4 


14 


7,800 


1,132 


937 503.050 


9.150 


56 J74 


74 


76 


40X56 


1-6 and 1-4 


2^4 


14 


8,400 


1.133 


1.025 003,400 


10,200 


56 


74 


70 


76 


40X62 


1-6 and 1-4 


2-4 


14 


9.000 


1.250 


M12 503,750 


11,250 


56 


79 


80 


88 


48X51 


2-6 


2-4 


20 


11,500 


1.251 


1,237 5014.250 


12,750 


56 


79 


86 


88 


48X58 


2-6 


2-4 20 


13.000 


1.252 


1.425 005,000 


15.000 


56 


79 


04 


88 


48X65 


2-6 


2-4! 20 


14,400 


1.253 


1.612 50 


5,750 


17.250 


56 


79 


106 


88 


48x72 


3-6 


3-4 


20 


15.700 


1,254 


1,800 006,500 


19,500 


56 


79 


121 


88 


48X79 


3-6 


3-4 


20 


17.800 


1.2.W 


1.987 50 


7.250 


21.750 


56 


79 


128 


88 


48X86 


3-6 


3-4 


20 


20,000 



Regular Steam Trimmings included in price 

All ratiinfs are gross Allow for radiation of piping when selecting size of 
Boiler. 

Direct-indirect radiation requires 50 per cent, increased boiler power. 
Indirect radiation requires 75 per cent, increased boiler power 





T3 












ding 


ID 


•a 


o 


C 

P. 


No. 


Kg 




• w— 


. a 


5 c 

'i-i m 




-2^ 

- ^ 

— '13 






bet 

CO o 


CO 




1^ 




Q. 


5== 






-O OS 


CO 


03 n. 


IS 


1,020 


) 400 


00 


I 650 


4,950 


69^ 


41 


56 


28X26 


2-4 


12 


3,500 


1,021 


450 


00 


2.000 


6,000 


69H 


47 


56 


28X32 


2-4 


12 


4,000 


1,022 


500 


00 


2,325 


6.975 


691^ 


53 


56 


28X38 


2-4 


12 


4.400 


1,023 


550 


00 


2.650 


7,950 


69 J^ 


59 


56 


28X44 


3-4 


12 


4.900 


1,024 


600 


00 


2,975 


8,925 


69 J^ 


65 


56 


28X50 


3-4 


12 


5,400 


1,025 


650 


00 


3,300 


9,900 


69 H 


71 


56 


28X56 


3-4 


12 


5,900 


1,130 


737 


50 


3.875 


11.625 


74 


62 


76 


40X44 


1-6 and 1-4 


14 


7,200 


1,131 


812 


50 


4,460 


13.350 


74 


67 


76 


40X50 


1-6 and 1-4 


14 


7.800 


1,132 


9O0 


00 


5,025 


15,075 


74 


74 


76 


40X56 


1-6 and 1-4 


14 


8,400 


1,133 


987 


50 


5,600 


16.800 


74 


79 


76 


40X62 


1-6 and 1-4 


14 


9,000 


1,250 


1.075 


00 


6.200 


18.600 


79 


«0 


S8 


48X51 


2-6 


20 


11,500 


1.251 


1.175 


00 


7.000 


21.000 


7d 


86 


S8 


48X58 


2-6 


20 


13.000 


1.252 


1,362 


50 


8.250 


24.750 


79 


94 


88 48X65 


2-6 


20 


14.400 


1,253 


:.550 


00 


9.575 


28.725 


79 


106 


88 '48X72 


3-6 


20 


15,700 


1.254 


1,737 


50 


10.750 


32.250 


79 


121 


88 


48X79 


3-6 


20 


17.800 


1,255 


1.925 


00 


12,000 


36,000 


79 


128 


88 


48X86 


3-6 


20 


20.000 



AU ^ati^g^i are gross. Allow for radiation of pipins when selecting size of 
boiler. 



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)ILERS 



287 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



SCOPE 



FUNDA- 
MENTAL 
PRINCIPLE 



THE GURNEY-OXFORD SMOKE CONSUMING BOILER 

The continued advance in the cost of anthracite coal in Canada is a well-known 
fact. Much effort has been devoted to produce an economic method of burning soft 
coal of the poorer grades. To accomplish this, it is necessary to burn the smoke, with 
its excess of carbon gases. This has been satisfactorily accomplished by various means 
in power plants, where ideal conditions and high-pressure steam were available. 

It has remained for us to first accomplish this in a Canadian-made, low-pressure, 
steam or hot-water heating boiler successfully. 

The primary fire is on the upper grate, which is hollow and contains w^ater. The 
fresh air is taken in above this fire, and the flames plunge down through openings in 
this grate. Burning coals, also, drop through these holes, forming a shallow, incan- 
descent bed of fuel on the lower grate. The heavy black smoke, full of unburnt carbon, 

bursts into fiame as it passes over this secondary fire, and the products 
of combustion then enter the combustion chamber in the rear of the 
boiler, where the cooled gases finally reach the smoke flue. 




RESULT. 



DETAIL OF 
CONSTRUC- 
TION. 



GUARANTEE 



With soft coal, slack or screenings, a result is obtained which compares favorably 
with other boilers burning high-grade anthraci teethe fuel bill is, consequently, cut in 
half. The smoke from this boiler is as colorless as when anthracite coal has been 
used. The smoke has been burned. 

The Boiler is built of sections which will readily enter through a 24-in. door. 
These sections are independently connected to flow and return headers. The 
tubes above each fire and in the combustion section insure greatest fire surface possible, 
embodying the principle of the water-tube boiler. 

The upper grate, which contains water, is extremely heavy, and, as this water 
is between two fires, it certainly means the most active surface ever devised. The 
Steam Boiler is equipped with automatic damper regulator. 

We are prepared to stand behind these products as representing the last word in 
soft-coal heating boilers. 



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GOTHIC STKAM BOII.HR 




CATALirv IMRIXT UMvlWION jiMi FlilfT 



Madu in Onis Sua. 



No 


Inches 


Bast, 


1 hiiin. 
Gr»lr, 
Inches 


I'^tnni 

Smakt' 

Outlcl. 

7 


■4llii SltV 


List l^rlcr, 

includku^ 
Triiii- 


SLniipiiij: 


10 


4:1 


SS 


12 Flow 
1 1 ( Kt'iiirn 


li(>a.oo 


70U !!>».. 



THK (;()THIC HEATKR 



A \iTy rflTicirMl lu-alcr; v^itl he 
fiHiTid t^ipi'oiatly vuiUibk- when lar^c 
(^uuiilMii^^ of wutt'i arv rrquiri^il for 
f>arlHT sliops, rt^siauranls, small 
Kn-tnlioiiM-s, hattis. etc. It is very 
sU<inKly ctuisirnclrd Mas a dt-c-p 
fnrpiU. which ensures slow oomlius- 
titin aiici etMinnni>' of (ml TluTe are 
no water joinls. Tlu- lu-aitT has a 
crcmn shrel — I he products of com- 
bustion <)l» iiol enler direcllj into 
the flue. 








8 


Nu 




II 


13 


12 


»* 


37 


14 


lb 


as 


10 




9X0 






Jl ! 



5 

m 






i 






9 10 1-2 now « i3 IK) 

S-L' Kcturn 



1-2} Flow 7S 00 

■2--i Return 



!i X It i 1-21 Ptow I 1(10 00 
i 2-2 ktiurnj 



15(1 
675 



GUKXHV t)XKOKI) DI-KIANCH HHATI-R 




A splendid liuik healer, wilh eonvenient i>nt hole in loj). Will 
give exeelient ^^alisfacUon for very small hut M-aler jobs. A splendid 
Stable healer. 



DATA. 
For CoaLh 



No. 


Tank 
Cmpacity 


Capacity in 
]-inch Pipe 


Approx. 

Shipping 

AVciglU 


List Price 


110 
112 


1:30 Kala. 
2f)(> sals. 


40(1 feci 
OIK) feet 


350 IbK. 
400 lbs. 


»45.oa 

fi2.60 



THE GURNEV-OXFORD NINEX GAS 

WATER HEATER 



OwinR to its conslnictiun, this 
healer will pve a good quantity of 
hot watei in a remurkabl) short 
sp:ue nf time, livcry user shouUi 
be aviure of the following valuable 
features about this healer: 

The Heater e^>ntains 'M) feet of 
pure copper tubing, secniely ex- 
pand*d in a cast inelal header The 
water is splil into small unils and 
heals very (juickly This is a great 
advantage over the single coil, wturc 
the water must travel through the 
entire beater before beinn freed. 

The peculiar arrangement of these 
coils ensures llie best iKJssible eom- 
huslion of the gas cnnsuined, and 
provides the largesl possilile com- 
bustion sj>ace abtive the burtuTs. 

The burner is of the most modem 
design, capable of perfect results. 
The air mixer is unique in construc- 
tion, ensuring the righl proportion 
of air for combustion at all times. 

The outside casing is of heavy 
cast ircni. neat and well finished, and 
provided with fulbsi?cd door open- 
ing ft*r cleaning coils an*! lighling 
burner. This is an innnensc ad- 
vantage, as the heater nia> be kept 
at the highest point of cfiicicncy at 
all times. 

A cast iron drip pan is provided 
to catch any condensation. 




I 



No. Over-all Dimensions 

1 7\' Wide. 9' deep \ 27' high 



Appro\, Shippinc 
Weight. 40 ibs. 



List Price 
»ld.00 



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lDIATORS 



289 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



RADIATOR 

CONNECTIONS 




The vital point in all radiators 
is the joint. Two methods of 
joining together the sections or 
loops which make up a radiator 
are well known throughout the 
country — ^the Screw Nipple and 
the Push Nipple or Ground Joint. 
The screw nipple simply draws 
together two planed faces on a 
paper gasket by means of a right 
and left thread — the life of that 
gasket is the life of the joint. 




When the ground joint or push 
nipple method is employed, the sec- 
tions are connected by a ground hollow 
casting or nipple, which has been so 
machined that it fits into each loop like 
a ground-glass stopper in a bottle — 
imagine a double glass stopper that 
fitted into two bottles with a hole 
through it, and you have the principle 
used. 



We sell both t3'pes, and so can meet 
any specification, but we recommend 
and guarantee the push nipple for two 
reasons: (i) It is an iron to iron joint, 
without packing of any kind; (2) if it 
ever is necessary to rebuild a radiator 
for the purpose of either increasing or 
diminishing the amount of surface, it is 
a simple matter with the push nipple 
type — see illustration — but practically 
impossible where the other joint is 
used. 




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THE GUItNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



290 



RADIATORS 



»MI 



GURNEY-OXFORD DUET RADIATOR 



Each Section is 7j inches wide. 



TABLE OF GURNEY-OXFORD DUET 
RADIATOR CAPACITIES 




PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL- 



STEAM OR HOT WATER. 



Distance 
Distance 
hot ■s\ 
Di&tance 
Distance 
Distance 
Distance 
Distance 



from floor to centre of tapping, one pipe, steam, 3^ inches 
from floor to centre of tapping in centre opening, 

ater 4 inches 

from floor to centre of tapping in t\vin opening. . 4 inches 
from wall to centre of tapping in centre opening , 4 inches 
from wall to centre of tapping in twin opening. , 2|' inches 

from centre to centre of twin opening 3i inches 

from floor to centre of top opening — 

45-inch Radiator. 42f inches 

38-inch Radiator 35 inches 

32-inch Radiator 29\ inches 

26'inch Radiator , 23-i inches 

23-inch Radiator 20^ inches 

20-mch Radiator 17| inches 





Extreme Length 
of Rjidifttor, Inchca 


List 
48 Cents 


Liat Ust 
48 Cents 52 Cents 


Liflt 
56 Cents 


List 
58 Cents 


List 

62 Outs 


u 

c 


45 Inches 
Hieh 


36 Inched 
Hieh 


32 Inches 
High 


26 Inches 
High 


23 Inches 

High 


20 Inches 

High 


kp O 


CJ 

^-2 : 

u 

Xu: 1 
10 


3 a 


CJ 

-^ 

O 1. 
uCC 




Feet of Hcat- 
inR Surface 






.£ o 


d 




■si 


^.1 

P c 


2 X 'i 


5 


30 


8 


24 


m 


20 


6}^ 


16 


45^ 


14 


4 


12 


2X3 


7J4 


15 


45 


12 


36 


10 


30 


8 


24 


7 


21 


6 


18 


2 X 4 10 


20 60 


16 


48 


13H 


40 


i03i 


32 


9H 


28 


8 


24 


2X5 


12J4 


25 75 


20 


60 


iCH 


50 


13H 


40 


U5i 


35 


10 


30 


2X6 


15 


30 


90 


24 


72 


20 


60 


16 


48 


14 


42 


12 


36 


2 X 7 


17^ 


35 


105 


28 


84 


23H 


70 


18M 


56 


16H 


49 


14 


42 


2 X 8 


20 


40 ' 120 


32 


96 


26?^ 


80 


21H 


64 


18% 


56 


16 


48 


2X9 


22 H 


45 


135 


36 


lOS 


30 


90 


24 


72 


21 


63 


18 54 


2X10 


25 


50 


150 


40 


120 


33J^ 


100 


26^ 


80 


2S>^ 


70 


20 


60 


■2 X 11 


27H 


55 i 165 


44 


132 


36K 


no 


29M 


88 


25?^ 


77 


22 


66 


2 X 12 


30 


60 ' UO 


4S 


144 


40 


120 32 


96 


28 ' 84 


24 


72 


2 X13 


32 H 


SS ' 195 


52 


156 


43H 


130 34H 


104 


30H 


91 


26 


78 


2 X H 


35 


70 210 


56> 


168 


46% 


140 


37H 


112 


32?^ 


98 


28 


84 


2 X 15 


37H 


75 


225 


60 


180 


50 


150 40 


120 


35 


105 


30 


90 


2 X l« 


40 


80 


240 


64 


192 


53H 


160 42?^ 


128 


37M 


112 


32 ! 96 

1 


2 xi: 


42H 


85 


255 


68 


204 


56?^ 


170 


45H 


136 


39M 


119 


34 


102 


2 X If 


45 


90 


270 


72 


216 


60 


180 


48 


144 


42 


126 


36 


108 


2 X 1£ 


47H 


95 


285 


76 


228 


63H 


190 


50?^ 


152 


44}^ 


133 


38 


114 


2 X2C 


50 


100 


300 


80 


240 


66^ 


200 


5SH 


160 


46% 140 


40 


120 


Width c 


f Radiator, 


7M ia- 



















GURNEY-OXFORD TREMONT RADIATORS GURNEY-OXFORD TREMONT RADIATOR 



FOR HOT WATER OR STEAM. ' ' PLAIN OR ORXAMEXTAL. 

DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 



Each Section is 9^ inches wide- 







Lisi 4S Cents 


List 52 


Centa 


List 56 Cents 


List 62 Cents 


Bo 


5 








— L 

r-- -r i. 




1 ^ 

c ^ ^ 

— t. 




3X 2 


5 


12 


36 


lOM 


3iH 


SV5 


25h 


6M 


I9H 


3X 3 


VA 


18 


54 


15K 


47i4 


1234 


38}^ 


9^ 


29M 


3X 4 


10 


24 


72 


21 


63 


17 


51 


13 


39 


3X5 


12;^ 


30 


90 


26i^ 


78M 


21}i 


635:; 


16 1.4 


48?^ 


3X 6 


15 


36 


lOS 


31H 


94M 


25J4 


7S>i 


1914 


S814 


3X 7 


17i^ 


42 


126 


36K 


110"^ 


29H 


89 H 


22% 


68H 


3X 8 


20 


48 


144 


42 


126 


34 


102 


26 


78 


3X 9 


22>S 


54 


162 


4714 


HIM 


3814 


114?4 


2914 


87M 


3X10 


25 


60 


180 


52J4 


157H 


42!^ 


127>^ 


321i 


97'A 


3X11 


2ri^ 


66 


198 


57^ 


173!i 


46J4 


14014 


35J4 


\G1)4 


3X12 


30 


72 


216 


63 


1S9 


51 


153 


39 


117 


3X13 


32K 


76 


234 


68K 


2mH 


551^ 


165?4 


4214 


126M 


3X14 


35 


84 


252 


73H 


220 J^ 


59J^ 


178H 


45 H 


136M 


SX15 


37K2 


90 


270 


78?i 


236>< 


633^ 


]91>i 


48H 


146J4 


' 3X16 


40 


96 


288 


84 


252 


68 


204 


52 156 


3X17 


42H 


102 


306 


89K 


267% 


72!4 


21634 


55J4i 165?i 


3X18 


45 


108 


324 


94 K2 


2S3H 


76^2 


229H 


5SH 175H 


3X19 


47H 


114 


342 


99^i 


299M 


SOM 


242K 


61?i I85^i 


3X20 


50 


120 


360 


105 


315 


85 


255 


65 1 195 




Distance 
Distance 

Distance 
Distance 
Distance 

Distance 



from floor to centre of tapping in centre opening, 4 
from wall to centre of tapping in centre opening. 5 
from wall to centre of tapping in twin opening. . 2f 
from floor to centre of tapping in centre opening 4 

from centre to centre in twin openings 41- 

from floor to centre of top opening — 

39-inch Radiator 37i 

33-inch Radiator 3l| 

27-inch Radiator 25t 

21-inch Radiator 19^- 



inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 

inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 



CONTIHTJED ON NEXT PA^' 



lATORS 



291 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



TABLE OF GURNEY-OXFORD QUARTET 

RADIATOR CAPACITIES 



PLAIN OR ORNAMUNTAL. 



STEAM OR HOT WATER. 







Li^t 
48 Centa 


LJiit 

4S Ccnta 


List 
52 Cents 


List 
5fi Cents 


i-i::it 

62 Centa 




42| inches 
Hiirh 


38i Inches 

HiRh 


32i fnchea 

HiRh 


364 Inches 
High 


20i inche.^ 

Hifih 


5-^ 

So 


Kg 
or 


Equiva pnt 
1-incli Pipe 


Feet of Heat- 
ing Surface 


Equivti cnt 
J-Incl) Pipe 


Feel of Heat- 
ing Surface 


Equivalent 
1-Inch Pipe 


Feet of Heat- 
ing Surface 


Equivalent 

1-Inch Pipe 


Kg 


Equivalent 
1-lnch Pipe 


4X 2 


SJ^ 


19H 


58 


16 


48 


13H 


40 


lOH 


32 


s 


24 


4X 3 


12^ 


29 


87 


24 


72 


20 


GO 


16 


48 


12 


36 


4X 4 


I6>i 


38?i 


116 


32 


96 


26H 


SO 


21H 


64 


IG 


48 


4X 5 


20 ^i 


48>^ 


145 


40 


120 


33H 


100 


26?^ 


80 


20 


60 


4X 6 


24 Ji 


58 


174 


48 


144 


40 


120 


32 


9& 


24 


72 


4X 7 


28K 


67?^ 


203 


56 


168 


46H 


140 


3TA 


112 


28 


84 


4X 8 


323i 


77>^ 


232 


64 


192 


53M 


160 


42H 


128 


32 


96 


4X 9 


37 


87 


261 


72 


216 


60 


180 


48 


144 


36 


108 


4-XlO 


41 


96?^ 


290 


80 


240 


66?^ 


200 


53M 


160 


40 


120 


4X11 


45 


106H 


319 


88 


264 


73M 


220 


58^3 


176 


44 


132 


4X12 


49 


116 


348 


96 


2S8 


80 


240 


64 


192 


48 


144 


4X13 


53 


125^ 


377 


104 


312 


86^ 


260 


69H 


2C8 


52 


156 


4XH 


57J^ 


I35>5 


406 


112 


336 


93 K 


280 


74^ 


224 


56 


168 


4X15 


61K 


145 


435 


120 


360 


100 


300 


80 


240 


60 


180 


4X16 


'65 H 


154 ?i 


464 


128 


384 


106?^ 


320 


85H 


256 


64 


192 


4X17 


69H 


164H 


493 


136 


408 


113^^ 


340 


OOH 


272 


68 


204 


4X1S 


73M 


174 


522 


144 


432 


120 


360 


96 


288 


72 


316 


4X19 


77^^ 


183?^ 


551 


152 


456 


1263^ 


380 


lOlH 


304 


76 


228 


4X20 


82 


193H 


580 


160 


480 


I33>S 


400 


106?^ 


320 


80 


240 



Width of Radiator. SI inches. 



GURNEY-OXFORD QUINTET RADIATOR 



Each Section is 9^- inches wide. 




Distance 

Distance 
Distance 
Distance 
Distance 
Distance 



from floor to centre of tapping in centre opening. 3f inch^ 

from wall to centre of tapping in centre opening. 5 inches 

froin wall to centre of tapping in twin opening. . . 21- inches 

from floor to centre of tapping in twin opening. , 3| inches 

from centre to centre in twin openings 4^- inches 

from floor to centre of top opening — 

47-inch Radiator 44^ inches 

40-inch Radiator 37^ inches 

33 inch Radiator 31 inches 

26-inch Radiator 24 inches 

20-inch Radiator 17t inches 



GURNEY-OXFORD QUARTET RADIATOR 

Bach Section is 84 inches wide. 




Distance 
Distance 

Distance 
Distance 
Distance 
Distance 



from floor to centre of tapping in centre opening . 4 

from wall to centre of tapping in centre opening. 4^ 

from wall to centre of tapping in twin opening, . . 2^ 

from floor to centre of tapping in twin openings . 4*^ 

from centre to centre in twin opening Sf 

from floor to centre of top opening — 

42^-inch Radiator 40^- 

38i-inch Radiator 36?' 

32J-inch Radiator 30^ 

26^-inch Radiator 24f 

20^-inch Radiator IS^ 



inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 

inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 



TABLE OF GURNEY-OXFORD QUINTET 

RADIATOR CAPACITIES 



ORNAMENTAL ONLY. 



STEAM OR HOT WATER, 





o 


List 
48 Cents 


List 
48 CenLs 


List 
5 2 Cents 


List 
56 Cent:? 


L 

02 C 

■in 1 

Hi 


it 


to 

Oo 


47 Inuhes 
Hicti 


40 fnthc'd 
Hiph 


33 Liehes 
High 


2U J 
H 


iclies 


ncliea 
ph 


— t^ 

/- 

.'r m 

— c 


n - 


1 


r— ^^ 

66 


1 

—J 

o _ 


^.1 


F— • 1— 




—• 

— 


= .=■ 

■S2 


5X 2 


iH 


26 


78 


22 


18 


54 


14 


42 


10 


30 


5X 3 


i2H 


39 


117 


33 


09 


27 


81 


21 


03 


15 


45 


5X 4 


UH 


52 


156 


44 


132 


36 


10« 


28 


84 


20 


CO 


5X 5 


IWx 


Co 


105 


55 


105 


4 5 


135 


35 


105 


25 


75 


oX 6 


2.") 


78 


234 


ca 


lOS 


54 


102 


42 


120 


30 


90 


5X 7 


20 


91 


273 


/ 1 


231 


C3 j ISO 


40 


147 


35 


105 


5X 8 


33 


104 


312 


8S 


2G4 


72 


21G 


50 


16S 


40 


120 


5X 9 


37 


117 


351 


93 


297 


81 i 24;) 


03 


180 


45 


135 


3X10 


4]3<i 


130 


39u 


110 


330 


00 


270 


70 


210 


50 


ISO 


5X11 


45K 


143 


429 


121 


363 


00 


207 


77 


231 


55 


1G5 


5X12 


49K 


15G 


408 


!32 


306 


108 j 324 


84 


252 


GO 


LSD 


5X13 


53K 


109 


507 


143 


420 


117 


351 


Oi 


273 


65 


195 


5X14 


57'^ 


1S2 


546 


I.; 4 


4G2 


126 


378 


98 


204 


70 


210 


3X15 


6IH 


195 


585 


1C5 


495 


135 


405 


105 


315 


7. J 


225 


5X16 


65J^ 


208 


024 


176 


523 


144 


432 


112 


336 


80 


240 


5X17 


60K 


221 


GC3 


1S7 


561 


153 


450 


119 


357 


85 


235 


5X18 


73X 


234 


702 


108 


594 


1G2 


4SG 


12G 


378 


90 


270 


5X19 


77M 


247 


741 


209 


627 


171 


5U 


133 


399 


95 


285 


5X20 


815^ 


250 


780 


220 


CGO 


180 540 


149 


420 


iOO 


300 



Width of Radiator, OJi iachca. 



Hi 



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GURNEY-OXFORD WINDOW RADIATOR 



STEAM OR WATER. 




f-^:^'^/<' 





Extrcmt- 
Length of 

Radiator 


List 7-i Cents 


List 0^ 


Cents 


Size of 

Radiator 

Kumbu-r of 


13 J Inches High 


IGJ Inches High 


Feet Equivalent 


Feet 


Equivalent 


Loops Long 


in Inches 


Heating in 1-inch 


Heating 


in 1-inch 






Surface ; Pipu 


Surface 


Pipe 


5x 2 


6 


. S 


24 


lU 


30 


5x :j 


9 


12 


3(i 


15 


45 


■3x4. 


12 


16 


48 


20 


00 


3 X o 


15 


20 


m 


Ih 


75 


5x (} 


IS 


24 


11 


30 


90 


3x 7 


21 


28 


S4 


35 


105 


X S 


24 


32 


y6 


4U 


120 


5x9 


27 


36 


10« 


45 


135 


5 X 10 


30 


40 


12U 


50 


150 


5x11 


33 


44 


i:i2 


55 


165 


X 12 


30 


4S 


144 


m 


180 


5x i;j 


S9 


62 


loii 


1)5 


195 


o X 14 


42 


56 


H)8 


70 


210 


5 X I ■> 


45 


60 


ISO 


/o 


225 


5x10 


48 


64 


192 


80 


240 


ox 17 


51 


08 


204 


S5 


255 


5 X IS 


54 


72 


210 


90 


270 


X 1<) 


hi 


76 


22 S 


95 


285 


5x20 


60 


SO 


240 


LOO 


300 



Width of Radiator, 1 1 \ inches. Distance from floor to centre of opening, 3 Indies; 
distance bt^twe-en openinj^s, twin connections. 3; inches. 



GURNEY-OXFORD HOSPITAL RADIATOR 




Made in Duet and Tremont styles all heights. Add 
1 inch per section to the length of Radiator in figuring. 

This Radiator represents most advanced practice in 
hospital equipment, being so designed that any lodgment 
of dust is readily cleaned away, and germs have little 
or no opportunity to multiply. 



SCHOOL PIN INDIRECT RADIATORS 



STEAM SECTION. 




Each section contains 20 square feet of heating surface. 

Length, 36 inches; height, 13/a inches; width each sec- 
tion occupies in stack, 4)^ inches; height at connecting point, 
15 inches. 

Sections will be shipped separately^ unless specified in 
stacks. When ordered assembled, they will be shipped in 
stacks of not more than six sections each. 

School Pin Indirect Sections are connected with 2-inch 
right and left hexagon nipples. 



GURNEY-OXFORD VENTILATING 
RADIATOR ATTACHMENT 

CONVERTING DIRECT RADIATORS TO VENTILATING 

TYPE. 




ihis new adjustable box base is constructed so that it 
will take a supply of air either through the floor or 
the wall. The base dampers are fitted so that when the 
front damper is open, the base or back damper is closed, and 
vice versa. This insures a continuous circulation. 

This base can be furnished with floor damper instead of 
back inlet. Where floor inlet dampers are required, same 
should be specially stated when ordering, otherwise back 
inlet dampers will be supplied. 



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)IATORS 



293 



THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., LIMITED 



GURNEY-OXFORD 

PRIMA 

RADIATOR 



GURNEY-OXFORD PRIMA RADIATOR 

CAPACITIES 



PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL. 



STEAM OR WATliR, 



Each Section is 4| inches wide. 

Distance from floor to centre of 

tapping in centre opening 4 inches 

Distance from floor to centre of 

tapping in twin opening 4-J inches 

Distance from wall to centre of 

tapping in centre opening 2^ inches 

Distance from wall to centre of 

tapping in twin opening U inches 

Distance from centre to centre in 

twin openings 3^ inches 

Distance from floor to centre of top 

opening — 

39-inch Radiator _ .371 inches 

34-inch Radiator 31^ inches 

27-inch Radiator 2ol inches 






Extreme 

Lengtli 

of 

Radiator 


List 4S Cents 


List 51 


Cents 


List 5(! 


Cents 


Size of 
Rcidiator 


30 Inches; High 


34 liiuli 


ts HiKli 


27 Inch 


:s High 


No. of 


Feet 


Equiva- 


Fett 


Ec|iiiv!i- 


Feet 


Equiva- 


Loops 


tn 


of 


knt 


of 


knt 


of 


lent 


Long 


Inches 


Heating 


1-inch 


Heiitinn 


1-inch 


Heating 


l-iuch 






Surface 


Pipe 


Surface 


Pipe 


Surface 


Pipe 


2x2 


8 


S 


24 


lii 


20 


5S 


. IG 


2 \ :i 


lli 


12 


36 


ly 


30 


s 


24 


2x4 


15 


IG 


48 


ISi 


40 


lOi 


32 


2x5 


ISi 


20 


60 


16S 


50 


13!^ 


40 


2x6 


22 


24 


72 


20 


60 


16 


48 


2x7 


25i 


2S 


S4 


231 


70 


ISi 


56 


2 X S 


29 


32 


96 


2Gi 


SO 


2M 


64 


2x 


^2i 


36 


108 


30 


90 


24 


72 


2x 10 


3(3 


40 


120 


3:si 


100 


263 


SO 


2x11 


39 i 


44 


132 


3{iii 


110 


29 i 


88 


2x12 


43 


4S 


144 


40 


120 


32 


96 


2x 13 


4Gi 


52 


156 


i-il 


130 


34 il 


104 


2 X 14 


.^0 


5G 


168 


411- 


140 


37 i 


112 


2 X 15 


531 


60 


ISO 


50 


150 


40 


120 


2x15 


57 


64 


192 


535 


160 


425 


r?s 


2x 17 


60 i 


6S 


204 


56 s 


170 


-ts; 


13>) 


2x IS 


64 


72 


216 


(iO 


180 


4S 


144 


2x 19 


67 .V 


76 


228 


«3S 


190 


.)()^ 


152 


2x 20 


71 


SO 


240 


(J05 


200 


53 i 


lliU 


Width of Radiator 


. M in. 














GURNEY-OXFORD NARRO 
WAI.I. RADIATOR 

TAPPINGS FROM CENTRE TO 

CENTRE. 

5 ft. section 10[ ij inches 

7 ft, section, horizontal lOI-'n inches 

7 ft. section, vertical IG inches 

9 ft. section, horizontal 10] ;1 inches 

9 ft. section, vertical 21 inches 



The Nine Foot Loop. 

HORIZONTALLY CONNECTED. 



3 inches wide. 



List Price. 4Sc, per foot. 



Price does not inclnfle brackets. 




No. of 


Height, 


Length, 


'Feet of 


Hquivalent in 


Sections 


Inches 


Inches 


Heating Surface 


i-inch Pipe 


1 


14 


24 i 


9 


27 


2 


14 


4SJ 


18 


5i 


3 


14 


72 J 


27 


SI 


4 


14 


9fii 


36 


UIS 


5 


14 


120 S 


4S 


13.1 


fi 


14 


144 3 


U 


162 



The Five Foot Loop. 



3 inches wide. 



DIMENSIONS. CAPACITIES. ETC, 
List Price, .52c. per foot. Price does not include brackets. 



The Nine Foot Loop. 



3 inches wide. 



VERTICALLY CONNECTED. 
List Price, 48c. per foot. Price does not include brackets. 



No., of 


Height, 


Length. 


Feet of 


Equivalent in 


Sections. 


Inches 


Inches 


Heating Surface 


1-inch Pipe 


1 


2H 


14 


9 


27 


2 


24i 


2S 


1& 


54 


3 


24) 
24} 


42 


27 


81 


4 


56 


36 


108 


5 


24 i 


70 


45 


13.5 


6 


24 i 


84 


S4 


1(>2 


7 


24 i 


98 


63 


1S9 


8 


24 J 


112 


' 72 


216 



No. of 


Height. 


Lengthy 


Feet of 


Equivalent in 


Sections- 


Inches 


Inches 


Heating Surface 


1-inch Pipe 


1 


14 


131 


5 


15 


2 


14 


27 


10 


30 


3 


14 


40 J 


1& 


45 


4 


14 


54 


20 


60 


5 


14 


67 i 


25 


7.5 


6 


14 


SI 


30 


?)() 


1 


14 


94 i 


35 


105 


8 


14 


LUS 


« 


\20 


d 


14 


121i 


45 


135 


10 


14 


135 


5(1 


150 



The Seven Foot Loop 



3 inches wide, 



HORIZONTALLY CONNM;CTI-:d. 
List Price. TjOc- per fooL Price does not incKidc hrack&ls 



Tappings from Centre to Centre. 

5 ft- section lOj^ inches 

7 ft- section, horizontal 10 JS inches 

7 ft. section, vertical 10 inches 

9 ft. section, horizontal - 10};} inches 

9 ft. section, vertical . ^ > 21 inches 

For building wall ratJiators in stacks we make an extra charge, as follows 



No- of 


Height. 


Length. 


Feet of 


Equivak-Eit in 


Section*; 


Inches 


Inches 


Heating Surface 


1-inch Pipe 


1 


14 


19 J 


7 


21 


2 


14 


38 S 


14 


42 


3 


14 


57^ 


21 


(in 


4 


14 


76 A 


28 


S4 


o 


14 


05 J 


3S 


105 


6 


14 


114} 


42 


126 


7 


14 


1331 


49 


147 



The vSkven Foot Loop. 



No. Sections 
Thick 


land 2 
Sections Long 


3 and 4 

Sections Long 


5 and 6 

Sections Long 


2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


$ 4.00 
6.00 
8.00 

10.00 
12.00 


•S 4,50 

0.50 

8.50 

10.50 

12.50 


S 5.00 

7.00 

9.00 

11.00 

13.00 



3 inciies wi<le. 



VERTICALLY CONNECTED. 
List Price. 50c- per foot. Price does not include hrackets. 



For each additional thickness, an e>rtrn charge of S2,00 to above list prices. 
In ordering, specify style required. 



No. of 


Heiglit, 


Lenyth, 


Feet of 


Eqiiivak'Eit in 


Sections 


Inches 


Indies 


Heating Surface 


1-inch Pipe 


1 


m 


14 


i 


21 


2 


19| 


28 


14 


42 


3 


idl 


42 


21 


' 03 


4 


in 


5G 


28 


84 


5 


in 
m 


70 


35 


105 


6 


S4 


42 


120 


7 


lOJ 


9S 


49 


147 



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TAYLOR -FORBES COMPANY, LIMITED 

General Office and Works: 
GUELPH, ONTARIO. 

SOVEREIGN RADIATORS 

With Screwed Nipple Connections 

Suitable for any Known System of Heating 

The Only Range of Radiators Made of Uniform Design 



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Branches: 

Toronto, Montreal, 

Vancouver, 
Hamilton. 



Agents : 

Vulcan Ironworks, Winnipeg- 
P_ D_ McLaren, Ltd., Calgary 
Mechanics Supply Co., Quebec- 
W. H. Campbell, St. John. ■ 






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Monarch Two Loop 

LIST OF SIZES AN^D CAPACITIES 
Two Loops — 6i Inches Wide. 



Xumbcr 

of 
S tactions 



Square Feet of Healing Surface 



2 

3 
+ 
5 
6 

7 
8 



Nil mber 

Of 

Sections 



2 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

[Q 
I 1 
12 

"4 
"5 

n 

r8 
^9 

20 
21 



Inches 
Over All 



3^Si 



in 



4 ft. 
per Section 



32; in. 

3Ut. 

per Section 



26I in. 

aHt- 
per Section 



20 •> in. 
i ft. 
per Section 



Hi 

IS 

29 



9 


32 i 


JO 


36 


] 1 


Z9i 


12 


43 


1.1 


46i 


M 


50 


15 


53 i 


16 


57 


n 


6oi 


18 


64- 


10 


67J 


20 


71 



Colonial Pattern Two Loop 

LIST OF SIZES ^-COLONL^L" FOR STEAM AND HOT WATER. 
Each Loop is 72 Inches Widu and 2 J Inches Thick Across Hubs. 



Square Feet of H<i?ating Surfact 



16I in. 

1! ft. 
per Section 



u 


6.8 


5-4 


4 


3- 


la 


10, 


8. 


6 


46 


16 


'3 4 


IQ.8 


8 


6. 


so 


16, y 


'3-4 


10 


7.6 


24 


20. 


16. 


13 


9, 


sS 


23 4 


iS.8 


'4 


lO-G 


3? 


26.8 


21.4 


16 


12. 


36 


30 


24 ■ 


18 


13.6 


40 


33 4 


26. S 


30 


i5- 


44 


36 8 


29.4 


* 32 


16 6 


48 


40. 


32 


24 


18. 


5a 


43 4 


34. s 


26 


19.6 


56 


4G-S 


37-4 


28 


21 , 


60 


SO^ 


40. 


30 


22.6 


64 


53-4 


42 8 


3a 


54, 


68 


5^i^ 


45 '4 


34 


25 c> 


73 


Oo. 


4S. 


36 


27- 


l^ 


63-4 


50. 8 


38 


2S 6 


80 


66. S 

1 


53 4 


*o 


30- 




MoNAKcii — Ornamental or Plain. For Water only, 



Length in 

Inches 
Over All 



45 in. 
5 ft. 



3SJ in. 
4 ft. 



32; in. 
3Ut. 



per Section per Section - per -I^eclion 



'5 

7! 
10 

20 

25 

27i 

35 

37i 
40 

47) 

50 

52! 



22 


55 




23 


57J 




24 


60 




^5 


62 J 




26 


65 




27 


67 f 




38 


70 




29 


72 1 




30 


75 




31 


77J 




32 


80 




33 


82! 




34 


85 




35 


87J 




36 


90 



}() 


8 


15 


12 


20 


16 


25 


20 


30 


24 


35 


28 


40 


32 


45 


. 36 


50 


40 


55 


44 


60 


48 


65 


52 


70 


56 


75 


6q 


80 


64 


S5 


68 


90 


72 


95 


76 


100 


80 


T05 


84 


1 10 


88 


I IS 


92 


120 


96 


125 


100 


130 


104 


J35 


to8 


140 


1 12 


'45 


J16 


150 


J 20 


'55 


124 


160 


128 


. - . 


132 


. . . 


136 


, , . 


140 


■ ' 1 


144 



6? 

10 

I3i 

16? 
20 

23 i 

30 

36 i 
40 

43! 
46 J 
50 

53i 
563 
60 

63i 
663 
70 

73 i 
76JS 
So 

83 i 

86 J 
90 

93 i 
96 S 
100 
i03i 
106} 
ito 

'i3i 
ii6i 

I20 



30 in. 

3 ft. 
per Section 



6 

9 
12 

J5 
iS 

21 
24 

37 
30 

33 
36 

39 
42 

45 
48 
St 
54 
57 
60 

*3 
66 

69 
72 

75 

78 

81 

84 
87 
90 

93 
96 



26J in, 

2? ft. 



23 in_ 

2§ ft- 



per Section ' per Section 



s3 

8 
103 

■3i 
16 

24 

26I 

32 

37i 
40 
42 f 
45 J 
48 
50 f 

53 S 
56 
58 i 
61 i 
64 

69 i 

72 

74 S 
77 i 
80 
82! 

8sl 

88 

90! 

93 i 
96 



4i 

7 

9l 
'■I 
14 
i6i 

rSJ 
21 

25 i 
28 

30 i 

32!- 
35 

37 i 
39 J 
42 
44J 
46 i 

49 

51J 
53 3 
56 

58i 
603 

63 

65 i 

671 
70 

72J 
74i 



20J in. 

2 ft. 

per Section 




4 

6 

8 

10 

12 

14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 
32 

34 
36 
3B 
40 
42 

44 
46 
48 
50 
52 
54 
56 
58 
60 
63 
64 
66 
68 
70 

72 



Colonial — Plain. Water or Steam. 




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V--J. 



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Colonial — Ornamental. Water or Steam. 



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SOVEREIGN RADIATORS. 



Empire Pattern — Three Loop 




LIST OF SIZES AND CAPACITIES. 



Three Loops — oi Inches Wide. 



Number 

Of 

Sections 



Square Feet of Heating Surface 



Length in 

Inches 
Over All 



38' in. 

5 rt. 

per Section 



2 


6 


3 


8i 


4 


II 


5 


13 i 


6 


16 


7 


18* 


8 


21 


9 


23* 


10 


26 


11 


28 i 


12 


3' 


'3 


33 i 


14 ■ 


36 


15 


38 i 


16 


41 


17 


43i 


18 


46 


'9 


48 i 


20 


5' 


21 


53* 


22 


56 


23 


58S 


34 


61 



32i in_ 

per Section 



261 in. 

3} ft. 
per Section 



10 


9 


7.6 


15 


13,6 


^2.3 


20 


i8. 


15- 


35 


22 ,6 


18 9 


30 


27- 


22.6 


35 


31 6 


36.3 


40 


36- 


30. 


45 


40.6 


33 9 


50 


45^ 


37.6 


55 


49-6 


4'-3 


60 


54- 


45. 


65 


58.6 


43.9 


70 


63- 


5^-6 


75 


67.6 


56 3 


So 


73- 


60 


S5 


76-6 


^3-0 


90 


Si, 


67.6 


95 


85.6 


71-3 


100 


90. 


75- 


105 


94 6 


78.9 


no 


99- 


82. 6 


115 


103. 6 


S6 3 


I30 


IDS. 


90. 



32 in. 

3 ft. 

per Section 

6 
9 

13 

'5 

Id 

21 

24 
27 
30 

33 
36 

39 
4^ 
45 

4« 
5^ 
54 
57 
60 

6J 
66 

69 

7^ 



Empire— PtAEM. 
Water or Steam. 



Monarch Pattern — Four Loop. 




LIST OF SIZES AND CAPACITIES 



FoiJH Loops^gJ Inches Wide. 



Water or Steam. Round or Square Top. 




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Empire — Orn_\me;kta:-. 
Water or Steam. 



^ it 

I 





Square Feet of Heating; Surface 


Number 
















or 


Length 


42^ in. 


3^i in- 


32 J in 


262 in. 


2ol m. 


i6i in. 


Sections 


in 


9l ft. 


8 ft. 


6 s ft. 


5] ft. 


4 ft. 


2 J ft. 




Inches 


per 


per 


per 


per 


per 


per 




Over All 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


Section 


2 


9 


19.4 


16 


'34 


to. 8 


8 


5 


3 


13 


29. 


24 


20- 


16. 


12 


76 


4 


n 


3S & 


32 


26. 8 


21.4 


16 


10. 


S 


21 


48.4 


40 


33-4 


a6.8 


20 


12.6 


6 


25 


53 


48 


40. 


32 


24 


15 


7 


29 


67.8 


56 


46.8 


37-4 


28 


17 6 


8 


33 


77 4 


64 


53-4 


42.8 


32 


20. 


9 


37 


87- 


72 


60. 


48- 


36 


22,6 


ro 


41 


96.8 


80 


66.8 


53 4 


40 


25 


II 


45 


106.4 


88 


73-4 


58.8 


44 


27. r> 


12 


49 


116 


96 


80- 


64. 


48 


30 


13 


53 


125.8 


104 


86.8 


69.4 


52 


32 6 


14 


57 


135 4 


112 


93-4 


74 8 


56 


35- 


15 


61 


145 


120 


100, 


80. 


6n 


37-6 


16 


65 


154-8 


128 


106. S 


95^4 


64 


40. 


17 


69 


164.4 


136 


113 4 


90.8 


68 


42 .6 


18 


73 


174 ■ 


144 


120. 


96 


72 


45- 


19 


77 


183.8 


152 


126,8 


lOI .4 


76 


47.6 


20 


81 


193 4 


£60 


133 4 


106 8 


80 


50 


21 


85 


203 


1^9 


140, 


112 . 


84 


52-6 


22 


89 . 


212.8 


176 


146.8 


- "7-4 


88 


55 


23 


93 j 


222 ,4 


1^4 


153 4 


122 .8 


92 


57.6 




Water or Steam. Round or Square Top. 



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SOVEREIGN RADIATORS. 



Colonial Hospital Radiator 



PLAIN PATTERN ONLY. 



Carpet Foot. 



MADE IN 2 LOOP ONLY. 



Extra High Legs, 
made in 2 ok 4 loop 



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Fig. 



ID, 



FiG- II- 



FiG. 71, 

MAD]^ FOR WAT^R AND STEA:\I. 
TO ORDER ONLY, 

These Radiators are made witl] special wide hubs, making the distance 

from C to C of loops 3^-2 inches- 
Surface Contents same as "Colouiar' standard patterns. 



Semi-Circular Window Radiator, 
plain or ornamental. 

Always send templets covering exact measurements. 



Monarch Pattern 



Colonial Pattern 






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Fig. 18- 



Style A- 



Style B 





Fig. 29, 

Showing Supply Pipe on 
Side of Loop. 



Fig. 



Fig, 30. 

Showing Supply Pipe on 
Bottom of Loop. 



12, 



Fig. 13, 



All Radiators illustrated on this page made to order only 

Special data furnished on application. 



OTHER METHODS OF CONNECTING:— 

C — ^Single Connections at Opposite Ends. 

D — Twin Connections at Same Ends, 

E — Top Supply and Bottom Return at Opposite Ends, 

F— Top Supply and Bottom Return at Same Ends, 

G — One Pipe Connections on One End only for Steam. 

A and B put anywhere on Sections to Order. 



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SOVEREIGN RADIATORS. 



Waliv Radiators — "Taylor-Forbes Patterns. 



1 1 




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Style A 
Vertical— Connected 




Style B 

Horizontal — CoNNECTeo Wall Rads 



Style C 
Horizontal — Cunniscted 



Style D 
Vertical — Connected 



Illustrations show various forms of assembling. The Taylor-Forbes Wall Sections can be built to 
any number of sections to secure heating capacity desired. 



SOVEREIGN VENTILATING RADIATORS. 



Adjustable Box Base 



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Direct-Indirect Radiators 



FOR steam only. 



PLAIN pattern. 





Back Vrew — ?ig. 70 

As will be seen by above illustration, the dampers provided with 
this box base are arranged so that when the back air inlet is opened, 
the damper slide in the front of base is automatically closed, and 
vice versa. Where required, we can supply these bases with' floor 
inlet dampers arranged to operate in the same manner. 



Fig. 7 



This new style with panel sides 
has been adopted because of its 
sanitary construction, and is fitted 
with loose box bases. 



TWO AND THREE COLUMN BASES 


FOUR COLUMX BASES 


No. of 

Base 
Sections 


Size of Collar 

for Back Air Tnlet 

Inchos 


Size of Floor 

Inlet Damper 

Inches 


No. of 
Base 

Sections 


vSize of Collar 

for Back Air Inlet 

Inches 


vSi7,e of Floor 

Inlet Damper 

Inches 


5 
6 

7 
S 

9 
10 

1 1 

12 

13 
14 

15 


2^x5 
2i X 9 

2^X9 

3j X g 

2? X 9 
2i X 14 

2^ X 14 

2J X 14 
3? X 14 

2} \ 14 

23 X 19 


5*x 6i 

5! X 61 

Sh X II 

5^ X TT 

5 i- X II 
5l X II 
5ix 18 

5-ix iS 

■ 5I X iS 
six 28i 


1 

5 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
II 


ai X 9 
af X 14 

2}X 14 
2? X 14 
2^ X 14 

2! X 19 

2|X 19 

aj X 19 
23 X 19 
3?x ig 
2? X 23 


5iK 6i 
53x11 

5ix iS 
5* X 2Si 
5i X28 

5i X36J 
5I X36i 

si X44J 



Note. — Where Floor Inlet Dampers are required, it should be speciall>^ stated when ordering. Back Inlet 
Dampers will be furnished unless otherwise specified. 



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SOVEREIGN WATER BOILER. 




Special Features: 

Large Deep Fire Pot. 
Large First Section. 
Separate Clean-out Doors. 
Large Water Post. 
Flared Sections. 

For Soft or Hard Coal. 




Showing Internal' Construction. 
lo Sizes — High or Low Base- 



Fic, 72- 



Showing Arrangement of Twin, Triple and Quadruple Headers 

FOR SpvEREiGN Boilers, 



LIST PRICES AND CAPACITIES. 



Size or 
Number, 



Capacity 

of I Capacity 
Radiation' of 
Sq. Feet, Inch Pipt. 



not 



not 



including inciudinj^' 
Alain s. ! Main^. 




Height 

of 
Boiler. 

High 

Base. 

Inches, 



DiAM. 

Outside at 



DiAM. 

Boiler- 



Bash 
Ring. 



Inches. ■ Inches. 



170 



500 



S 8S,oo $94^00 



J33 



700 



105 .00 I I E 00 



335 



1000 



140.00 147.00 



500 



1500 



160.00 I 370,00 



667 



2000 



S33 



3500 



1000 



3000 



200 00 


215,00 


540.00 


260.00 


270 .00 


390.00 



45 


50 


30 


54 6oi 


30 


56 


62 i 


22i 


57i 


64 


24 i 



Inside 
Diam. 
of 
Fire Pot- 
Inches. 



Depth 

of 

Fire Pot, 

Inside. 

Inches. 



Area 

of 

Grate. 

Inches. 



Diam- 
eters 

OF 

Smoke 

Pipe. 

Inches. 



Tapped 

Regular 

Openings. 



Tapped 

Single 

Openings. 



Flow. 
Inches. 



24 



i6i 



J7S 



24 



i6i 



17S 



213 7 


213 1 7 . 





3-2 



3-2 



26i 



I9i 



iSi 



298 



j 4-=* 



29 



Return. 
Inches. 



4-2 



4-2 



3-3 



^ll 



xSi 



363 



S 



4-2 



5-3 



59i I 66 



27i 



3ii 



24 J 



*9i 



471 



8 



6-2 



60} 



67) 



30 



34 



26} 



I9i 



551 



10 



6-^2 



7-2 



7-2 



62 



69 



32 



36i 



2Si 



20i 



63S 



10 



61 



1250 



3750 



8-2 



335 00 i 360.00 



1500 



65i 



70I 



34 



40 



3oi 



20} 



730 



10 



8-3 



9-2 



9-2 



45^> 



392^00 I 420.00 



8 



2000 



6000 



65 



72 



36 



43 



475'00 I 505 .00 



<i5 



72 



4' 



45 



32 i 



2li 



82g 



12 



9-3 



36 



2it 



loiS 



T2 



J 2-2 



10-2 



Flow. 

Inches, 


Return. 
Inches^ 


1 ' — ' 

3J 


3i 


3l 


3) 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 . 


r 

I 5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 



13-2 



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WESTERN JUNIOR BOILERS. 



Western Junior Hot Water Boiler. 



Western Junior Steam Boiler 





Outside and Inside View of Water. 



RATINGS FOR WESTERN JUNIOR WATER BOILER. 




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Outside Viuw of Steam— Other wisu Same as Water. 



RATINGS FOR WESTERN JUNIOR ^dTEAM BOILER. 





Capacity 
















of 


Height 






Tappings- 




k 




Sq. Feet 


of 




Inside 


Regular. 


Diam. 




No. of 


Qf Radia- 


Boiler 
to Top 


Outside 
Diam, 


Diam. 
of 




of 

Smoke 


List 


Boiler. ; tion, 


1 


Price, 




not 


of 




Fire Pot. 


Flow. 


Return, 


PJpe. 






including 


Inlet, 
















Mains, 


Inches. 


Inchp^, 


Inches. 


Inches. 


Inchrs. 


Inches. 




I 


2IO 


45 i 


54 1 


16 


a-2 


2-2 


,8 


S 105. 00 


3 


2,10 


4^h 


^7 


J9 


2-2 J 


2-2i 


8 


140.00 


3 


460 


52 


^H 


20 J 


2-3 


2-3 


9 


160.00 


4 


600 


57 


33 


24 


a-3 


3-3 


9 


iSo-oo 


4i 


700 


57 


33 


26 


2-3 


3-3 


9 


200.00 


5 


S40 


5^ 


3H 


28 


2-4 


2-4 


10 


240.00 


6 


1 100 


5^ 


39i 


30k 


2-4 


2-4 


TO 


300.00 





Capacity 
















ol 


Height 






Tappings. 








Radia- 


of 




Inside 


Regular. 


Diam, 




No. of 


tioc. 

Sq- Feet, 


Boiler 
to Top 


Outside 
Diam. 


Diam. 
of 




of 
Smoke 


List 


Boiler. 




Price. 




not 


of 




Fire Pot. 


Flow . 


Return. 


Pipe. 






including 


Outlet- 
















Mains. 


Inches, 


Inches- 


Inches. 


Inches, 


Inches, 


Inches. 




I 


225 


45 J 


24 i 


16 


2-2 2-2 


8 


$185.00 


2 


300 


48 i 


27 


19 


2-2 i ■ 2^2 J 


8 


205,00 


3 


400 


52 


23J 


20i- 


2-3 


2-3 


9 


235-00 


4 


500 


57 


33 


24 


2-3 


2-3 


9 


275 00 


4J 


600 


57 


33 


26 


2-3 


2-3 


9 


312^50 


5 


700 


58 


36? 


28 


3-4 


2-4 


10 


337^50 


6 


950 


58 


39i 


305- 


3-4 


2-4 


10 


412^50 



RATINGS. 



The foregoing steam boiler ratings are based on a standard of two (2) pounds pressure at the boiler 
and the water ratings are based on a standard of water at a temperature of iSo F. as it leaves the boiler. ' 

All our ratings are direct radiation, and, further, provide that, in estimating the size of boiler required, 
all piping (mams and risers, flow and return) shall be figured as radiating surface, in addition to the cast 
■•ton direct radiation to be used. 

The surface in mains, if not properly covered, requires more boiler capacity than the same amount 
of direct radiation. 

_ It is good practice to use a boiler with reserve capacity, and the surface in mains, as well as the 
radiators, should be figured on above basis, or due allowance made for other temperatures and pressure 
as well as loss of heat in the mains in determining required capacity. 

When a pipe coil or cast-iron section is introduced into the fire-pot, or a steam coil placed in a 
tank for the purpose of heating water for domestic use, additional capacity should be provided for in 
estimating size steam or water boiler required at the rate of i}4 square feet of direct radiation for steam 
and 2 square feet of direct radiation for water for each gallon of water to be thus heated per hour. 

Our ratings are based on the assumption that hard coal is to be used for fuel, and that boilers with- 
out a jacket shall be covered with a non-conducting material. 



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CANADIAN WATER AND STEAM BOILERS, 



Canadian Water Boiler. 




CANADIAN WATER BOILER— WITH HEADERS. 



Dimensions and TApyiNCS. 











1 


- 




OJ 

a 

+ #4 


Tap- 













u^ 


.t ij 


a> 




CU 


pings. 


■c 






Size of 


4-1 


tj 










Regular, 


tr - 




No. of 




r 


Fire 


C3 


^ '03 


\^ 




C/]hH 




^- = «; 




Boiler. 


Chamber. 

Inches. 









^1 




:S-g 




it 

ft*:; 


a vi ij tL 


List, 


\V-2I5 


5 


23S >^ 31I 


652 


41 60 


55 


45 


. 10 


2-3 


a-1 


1325 


S 350 00 


TA'-2l6 





23^ x 39I 


«i5 


41 60 


03 


45 


10 


2-3 


2-.^ 


1650 


400.00 


^\''2I7 


7 


23* X 47 i 


978 


41 60 


71 


4.-i 


10 


2-3 


2-3 


2000 


450 00 


W-26S 


5 


29I >= 3'i 


Soo 


47 : 65i 


55 


53 


10 


2-3 


3-3 


1750 


437 50 


\V-366 


6 


29^ X 39i 


1000 


47 1 65J 


63 


53 


12 


2-4 


2-4 


2250 


4**7So 


W-267 


7 


293 X 47? 


IJOO 


47 ! 654 


71 


53 


12 


2-4 


2-4 


2700 


562.50 


W-26S 


» 


293 X 55 i 


1400 


47 


b5t 


79 


5.T 


12 


2-4 


2-4 


3150 


625.00 


W-325 


5 


36 X3ii 


992 


49 


63 i 


55 


61 


'4 


2-4 


2-4 


23=5 


500.00 


W-326 


6 


36 5t39i 


1240 


49 


6&i 


6,1 


61 


"4 


2'4 


2-4 


2900 


600.00 


W'.in 


7 


36 X 473 


1 4^3 


49 ■ 68i 


71 


61 


"4 


2-5 


2-5 


3475 


687 50 


W-32K 


b 


3O K 558 


173G 


49 : 68J 


79 


61 


"4 


2-5 


2-5 


4050 


762 .50 


W-329 


9 


36 X 63J 


19S4 


49 , 6Si 


«7 


61 


'4 


a--) 


2-5 


4625 


837 -50 


W-3210 


10 


36 X 713 


2233 


49 ! 6Si 


95 


61 


14 


2-5 


2-5 


5200 


925-00 


\\'-Ji05 


5 


43J J^ 3'| 


1248 


49ii 7" 


55 


69 


14 


2-5 


2-5 


3150 


625.00 


^\'-4o6 





43* X 39* 


1560 


49 1 


11 


63 


69 


"4 


a-,^ 


2-5 


3975 


775 00 


W-407 


7 


433 X 47J| 


1S72 


49* 


71 


71 


69 


H 


2-S 


2-5 


4800 


S62.50 


'\\'-4oS 


S 


43 i X 55 1 


2184 


495 


7' 


79 


69 


'4 


2-5 


2-s 


5625 


'■037-50 


■\\-409 


9 


43 J X 63 J 


2496 


49*: 71 


87 


69 


16 


2-6 


2-6 


6450 


1.150.00 


\\ -40 10 


10 


43^ K 71 1 


2to8 


49 J 


71 


95 


69 


16 


2-6 ' 2-6 


7275 


1,212 .50 


^\■ -40 « i 


Ji 


43* X 79S 


3120 


49i 


71 


10,1 


bo 


16 


2-6 2-6 


8100 


1 -350 00 


\\'-466 


6 


53 X 40 


IS40 


55 S2 


60 


84 


16 


2'S 


2-5 


5200 


925 00 


W-4^7 


7 


53 X 4S 


2208 


55 8^? 


6S 


84 


IS 


2-6 


2-6 


6275 


T .oS 7 . 50 


W-^M 


8 


53 X 5^> 


2500 


55 83 


76 


H 


18 


2-6 


2-6 


7350 


1.250.00 


^^'-46g 


9 


53 X 64 


2944 


55 S2 


84 


H 


18 


3-6 


2-6 


8425 


1.462.50 


\\'-4fMO 


10 


53 X 72 


3312 


55 82 


92 


84 


20 


28 


2-8 


9500 


"-575 00 


^\"'46ij 


11 


53 >: So 


36S0 


35 82 


JOO 


84 


20 


2-8 


2-8 


10575 


1. 775 00 


w-4612 


12 


53 X 88 


4048 


55 82 


loS 


84 


20 


2-8 


2-8 


I 1650 


1.925.00 


w-4613 


■3 


53 X 9<> 


4416 


55 82 


116 


84 


20 


2-8 


2-8 


12725 


2,037 50 



This is the only type of Boiler on the market that can be repaired without disconnecting or taking 
down the whole boiler. 



Canadian Steam Boiler. 



CANADIAN STEAM BOILIZR— WITH HEADERS. 



DjMGN'SlOS'S AND TaPPINGS. 



No. of 

Boiler. 



■-* 



■ 1-I 

4-1 
U 






s-215 
s-216 

s-217 
S^afjS 
S-266 
S-267 
S-263 

S-325 
S-326 
S 327 

S-328 

S-329 

S-3210 

S-405 

S-406 

S-407 

S-408 

S-409 

S-4010 

S-401 I 

S-466 

S-467 

S'-4&8 

S-46g 

S-461O 

S-4611 

S-46 1 2 

5^4613 



5 
6 

7 
5 
6 

7 
3 

5 

6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

i 

7 
8 

9 

ro 

1 1 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

13 







OJ 


il 


ij 




.9r Tap- 




Sise of 
Fire 


ffl 
u 


-t-i 


C2 




C3 


■^ pings. 

^ Regular, 



- s ' 


Chamber. 
Inches, 









-^ IF 







r- </i 

11 


^ 


^ . 1 

w ■ ^ fi; 

.i^ ^i t^ 

7^^ U,^ Cfi^:^ 


11 =i 

a <a ZJ to 


235 X 31^ 


652 


41 


60 


55 


45 


10 2-aJ 2-^2i 


800 


23J X 39^ 


815 


4J 


60 


63 


45 


10 2-2 J 2-2^ 


1000 


23; X 47^ 


978 


4J 


60 


71 


4.S 


10 2'2^ 2-2 J 


1200 


29S X 3ii 


800 


47 


65! 


55 


5.1 


10 2-2 J 2-2J 


i 150 


29; X39I 


1000 


47 


65 i 


03 


53 


12 2-3 , 2-3 i 


1350 


293 X 47? 


1200 


47 


t.5. 


71 


33 


12 2-3 2-2 J 


1625 


29; X ssi 


1400 


47 


65! 


79 


53 


12 2-3 2'2i 


J 900 


36 X3IJ 


99 J 


49 


68 J 


55 


ill 


J 4 2-3 2-2 J 


I4<X3 


36 X 39; 


1240 


49 


68 i 


63 


61 


14 2-3 2-2I 


1800 


36 ^ 47^ 


148S 


49 


681 


71 


61 


14 2-4 2-3 


2150 , 


36 xssi 


1736 


49 


68 4 


79 


61 


14 2-4 , 2-3 


2450 


3S X63J 


1984 


49 


68 i 


a? 


61 


14 2-4 2-3 


2800 


3*5 X7i^ 

43J ^3l; 
431 X 39; 
43? X 47; 

43j5t55.- 


2232 


49 


68 i 


95 


61 


14 2-4 2-3 


3200 


1248 


49? 


71 


55 


09 


14 2-4 


2-3 


1900 


1560 


49 i 


71 


^3 


69 


14 2-4 


2-3 


2550 


1872 


49 i 


71 


71 


69 


14 2-4 


2-3 


2900 


21S4 


49 i 


71 


79 


69 


J 4 2-4 2-J 


3600 1 


43Jx63^ 
43 i X 71 1 


2496 


49 J 


71 


87 


69 


16 2-5 2-4 


4050 


2808 


49! 


7' 


95 


69 


t6 2-5 2-4 


4500 


43 I 'f 79 i 


3iio 


49 1 


71 


103 


69 


16 2-5 2-4 


4950 


53 yi 40 


1840 


55 


82 


60 


S4 


16 2-4 ! 2-3 


3250 


53 X 48 


220S 


55 


82 


68 


84 


18 2-5 ! 2-4 


3800 


53 X56 


2500 


55 


tf2 


76 


84 


iS 1 2-5 


2-4 


4450 


53 X 64 


2944 


55 


82 


84 


S4 


18 2-5 1 2-4 


5400 


53 X 72 1 


3312 


55 


82 


92 


84 


20 2'6 2-4 


5S50 


53 X So 


3680 


55 


82 


100 


84 


20 2-6 


2-4 


6650 


53 X 88 1 


4048 


55 


82 


J 08 


84 


20 2-6 


2-4 


7250 


53 X 96 


4416 


55 


82 


116 


84 


20 2-6 


2-4 


7700 



Ust. 



S 375 00 

425 00 
475 00 
462 .50 
5«2 50 

587 SO 

650 00 

525 00 
625 .00 
712.50 

787.50 
875 .00 

975 00 
650,00 

S12 ,50 
900.00 

1-075 
1.187 

I -300 

Ip4I2 

987 50 
1,125.00 
1.287-50 
".525.00 
1-637.50 

1-837.50 

^987- 50 
2.100.00 



00 
50 
00 

50 




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,NK HEATERS. ETC. 



301 



TAYLOR-FORBES COMPANY, LIMITED 



Taylor Tank Heater, 
for hot water. 



TANK HEATERS. 




Improved Giant Steam Boiler, 
for any kind of fuel. 



Fig. 64. 

DIMEXSIONS AND PRICE LIST. - 





No, 
of 

Boiler. 


Heat- 

intj; 
Capa- 
city, 


Tank 
Capa- 
city, 


Height 

of 
Heater. 
Inches. 


Outside 
Diam. 
Inches. 


Size of 
Grate. 
Inches. 


Tappings. 

Flow. Return. 
Inches. Inches. 


Diam. 

of 
Smoke 

Pipe, 
Inches, 


List 
Price. 




450 


675 


45*^ 


Low Base. 


3 


3 


7 




210 


^3 j io 


Scoo.oo 




450 


675 


53!" 


High Base. 


3 


3 


7 




211 


23 20 


roS-.oo 



Tic. i+-fii. Fic. 15-62. 

DIMENSIONS AND PRICE LIST. 



No. 


Heat- 


Heit<ht 

of 

Boiler. 

Inches, 


Outside 

Diam. 

Inches- 


Size of 


Tappings. 


Diam. 
of 




or 

Boiler. 


ing 
Capa- 
city. 


Grate. 
Inches. 


Flow. Return. 
Inches. Inches. 


Smoke List 
Pipe, Price. 

Inches.' 

1 


125 
165 

205 


100 

'75 

275 


44? 

49 J 
52I 


15 

23 


12 
iC 
20 


3 1 

3 f 3 

1 


6 S 63 00 

6 ' no 00 

7 i 150 go 



DETROIT FIREBOX BOILERS. 




View OF Boiler with P.\rt uf Brickwohk 

Removed. 



SPECIFICATIONS OF DETROIT FIREBOX BOILERS 



Number 



Diameter Boiler . - Inches 

Length Boiler over all ." Feet 



00 



24 

si 



Width of Firebox Inches 

Length of Firebox Inches 

Height of Firebox Inches 



Heating Surface. . . ,, Square Feet 

Square Feet of Steam Capacity as rated for each square foot 
of heating surface 

Area of Grate Square Feet 

Square Feet of Heating Surface for each square foot of grate. , 



"9 

20 

30 



10 



Diameter of Breeching . . , Inches 

Diameter of Stack Inches 

Minimum Height of Stack Fc^et 40 



74 

2.6 



u 



34 



«9 
26 

30 



98 
71 



3-4 
29 



IQ 



Diameter of Stack for Two Boilers Inches 

Minimum Height of Stack for Two Boilers Feet 



Size of Steam Opening (One) Inches 

Size of Return (One). . . ,- Inches 

Size of Safety Valve Inches 

Number and Size of Supply and Return Openings for Water, . In. 



Height of Water Line Inches 

Height from floor to top of brick work Inches 



2 r^ 



li 

1-4 

48 
64 



10 
go 
40 



3} 



1-4 



48 
64 



30 

6i 


7i 


24 


24 


2fa 


32 


35 


35 


116 


131 


7-7 


7-6 


4.3 


5.3 


27 


23 


13 


'4 


12 


12 


40 


40 


. . 


. . 




' ■ 



30 

I 



8' 



24 
38 

35 



36 
11 



36 
9 



145 

S.2 



6.3 
23 



3 

li 

1-6 



53 
70 



A 
1-6 



53 

70 



16 

14 
40 



30 
41 



30 
3a 
41 



36 



30 

44 
41 



190 234 

73 76 



260 

7-7 



6.7 
28 



S,o 
28 



16 

'4 
40 



18 
16 
40 



4 
3 
^ 



53 
70 



4 
3 
2 

1-6 

59 

77 



4 

3 
2 

1-6 



59 

77 



9.3 

28 



^ 



4t 
8i 



42 
10 






36 

38 
43 



:?57 
85 



36 
44 
43 



36 

43 



18 
16 
45 



4 

3 
2 

1-6 



59 

77 



9.5 
27 



299 
S.J 



344 
8.7 



20 
18 
45 



24 
50 



6 
4 

2i 

2-5 



II .0 

37 

20 
iS 

45 ■ 

26 I 

50 

6 
2-6 



r3 5 
28 

22 

30 

45 



2S 

50 



6 

2-6 



61 

83 



61 

83 



61 
83 



10 


[ I 


32 


13 


14 


15 


4S 

io| 


4S 

12 


48 
I3i 


54 

' 4S 
56 
49 


54 

r6J 


60 

^151 


42 

44 
47 


4^ 
50 

47 


42 

47 
495 
9.0 


48 
49 


53 
62 

54 


390 
8.9 


442 
go 


5S5 

S,9 


700 

S.8 


733 

9-5 


13. S 
30 


14 6 


16.3 
j3a 


18.7 
31 


20,6 

34 


22.8 
3-2 


22 
20 

45 


24 

22 
50 


24 

22 
50 


23 

26 
50 


28 
26 

50 

34 
60 


32 
30 

55 


28 

50 


30 
50 


50 


34 
55 


36 
60 


6 
4 

2j 
2-6 


6 

4 

2i 
2-6 


7 
5 
3 

2-7 


7 
5 

3 

2-7 


7 

5 
3 

2^7 


7 

5 

3i 
2-7 



16 I 17 ' iS 



19 



60 



66 
16 



66 
18 



72 
16 



68 
54 



59 

62 

59 



59 
68 

59 



65 
68 

64 



20 



7^ 
18 



862 
9.8 



35-0 
34 



971 I1097 

9.S 9.5 



I 167 
9.S 



65 
74 
64 



25 4128,050.7 

38 I 39 I 38 



z^ i 32 
30 , 30 



55 



32 

30 
60 60 



36 

34 
60 



9.8 



33 4 
40 



3<3 
70 



3& 33 
70 70 



40 
70 



36 

34 
6a 

42 
70 



65 
90 



65 
90 



65 I 67 
90 I 96 



67 
96 



75 
108 



7 


8 


S 


8 


S 


6 


6 


6 


3* 


3i 


35 


4 


:t-^ 


2-8 


2'lO 


3-10 


75 


So 


80 


85 


IO« 


1 14 


H4 


120 



s 

6 

4 

2'IO 
85 



'f 



A 



I > 



I 

L 



r 



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CLARE BROS. & CO., LIMITED 



OFFICE AND works: 

PRESTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 



< I 



branches: 
CLARE & BROCKEST, LIMITED, 

Winnipeg, Man. 

REYNOLDS & JACKSON, 

Calgary, Alta. . 



branches: 

RACE, HUNT & GIDDY, 

Edmonton, Alta. 

J. M. KAINS & CO., 
Vancouver, B.C. 



AGENCIES : 



A. WELCH & SON, 
304 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ont. 



MECHANICS' SUPPLY CO., 
Quebec, Que. 






PRODUCTS. We manufacture "HECLA" and "HILBORN" WARM AIR FURNACES. 

COMBINATION WARM AIR and HOT WATER HEATING EQUIPMENT 
HOT AA'ATER BOILERS, HOT WATER RADIATORS, WARM AIR REGIS- 
TERS AND VENTILATORS, and a complete line of "PENINSULAR" vSTOVES 
AND RANGES. 

"HECLA" WARM AVe desire to call the attention of architects and others to "Hecla" Warm Air 
AIR FURNACEvS. Furnaces made in the following sizes ; 



No. 


Dia. of Fire Pot. 


Height. 


Size of Smoke 


Pipe. 


Capacjty- 


116 


16" 


44" 


7" 




10,000 cubic feet 


119 


19" 


45" 


8" 




i5>ooo cubic feet 


122 


22" 


47" 


8" 




22,000 cubic feet 


125 


25" 


49" 


8" 




33,000 cubic feet 


128 


28" 


52" 


9" 




55,000 cubic feet 



CAPACITY. 



SIZE OF PIPES 



The table given above is based on climatic conditions found in the cold parts 
of the country. Where a building occupies an exceptionally exposed position, it is 
advisable to use a size larger furnace. 

— 

The following table may be used in determining the size of registers and pipes 
for heating rooms specified and is based on chmatic conditions as found in the cold 

sections of the country. 



Avera;.'e Size 
of Kooins, 


Cubic feet of air 
that can be heated 

in rooms one 
side exposed. 


Ge]ieral Size 

of Reg, 

used. 


Hot Air Capacity 
oi Reg. 

Inches. 


Hot Air Pipe 

to be usud. 

Size, Inches. 


Hot Air Pipe 

to be used . 

Cap. Inches. 


If wall pipe^ are 

us&d, insid^e 

si?:e of same 

to be 


11x14x10 
I 2 X I =5 X 10 
12 X 17 X 10 

13 X 17 X 10 
i8 X i8 X 10 

17 X 20 X KO 
20 X 22 X 10 

18 X 25 X 12 
iS X 30 X 12 

19 X 35 X 12 


1,600 

1,800 
2,200 
2,300 
2,700 

3.500 
4^500 

5.500 

6,500 

8,000 


S X 10 

9x12 

10 X 12 

10 X 14 

12 X 14 
12 X 15 
12 X 19 
14 X 22 

16 X 20 

20 X 20 


53 
72 

80 

93 
1:02 

120 

152 
205 

214 
267 


8 

9 
10 

TO 
12 
12 

13 

16 
18 


50 
64 

78 

78 
113 

154 
201 

254 


4 X 12 

4x16 
4 X 20 
6x12 
6 X 14 
6 X 16 
8 X 14 
8 X 16 
10 X i6 
12 X 20 



COLD AIR 



The capacity of the cold air pipes should be at least 75 per cent, of the capacity 
of the warm air pipes, and best results are obtained by taking cold air pipes from 
the north and west when these sides of the building are exposed. 



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ARM AIR FURNACES 



303 



STEEL RIBBED 
FIRE POTS. 



FUSED JOINTS 



PURE WARM 
AIR. 

CAST IRON 

COMBUSTION 

CHAMBER. 



NO POKER. 



FUEL. 
AGENTS. 



CATALOGUES. 



CLARE BROS. & CO., LIMITED 




Circular hbterPon 
running clear around 
f he back of furnace. 
IVoh eonventQfit location 
of the open/nff^ £jt both 
.^'des of Azh Door. 



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THE HECLA WARM AIR FURNACE- 

The radiation of "Hecla" Furnaces is increased by the use of steel flanges or 
ribs fused to the iirepots, as shown above. This steel-ribbed pot increases the 
radiating power of the firepot about 200 per cent. The quick radiation thus pro- 
vided makes for economy of fuel, greater durability, and supplies warm, fresh air 
instead of super-heated air. 

Fused joints are used in connecting the steel and cast iron parts that enter into 
the construction of "Hecla" Furnace domes. The iron and steel are fused together 
at a white heat, and the joint thus made is water-tight, air-tight, and cannot work 
loose as a cement or bolted joint will. 

Pure warm air, free from gas, dust or smoke, is made possible by the above- 
mentioned features. 

This improvement in construction over the combustion chamber of the steel 
type has to do with durability only. Instead of a sheet of steel from tV to V^' in 
thickness, the cast iron combustion chamber presents a resistance of from ¥% to ^A 
an inch against the action of the fire. 

No poker is necessary with a "Hecla." Each grate bar can be shaken sepa- 
rately, and in this way only that part of the fire requiring it need be shaken down. 
The rest of the fire remains undisturbed. 

Hard coal; lignite, coke and wood, give excellent results in "Hecla" Furnaces. 

Tinsmiths in almost every town, city and village handle the "Hecla" Furnace. 
If you want to communicate direct, write the nearest Branch House or communicate 
direct with our Head Oflice at Preston. 

Catalogues covering "Hecla" Furnaces, "Hilborn" Furnaces, " Imperial " 
Hot Water Boilers, and "Peninsular" Stoves and Ranges will be sent upon request. 



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THE CANADIAN H. W. JOHNS- MAN VILLE CO., LIMITED 



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Winnipeg. 



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PRODUCTS 



PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS. 

PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS; J-M ASBESTO-SPONGE FELTED. T-M ASBESTOCEL. 
J-M WIRE-STITCHED ANTI-SWEAT. 

Also, J-M 85% MAGNESIA, J-M ASBESTOS FIRE-FELT, J-M VITRIBESTOS, J-M AIR 
CELL, J-M ZERO, J-M KEYSTONE PLUMBING, J-M BRINE and AMMONIA. J-M SHEETS 
AND BLOCKS for Boilers, Heaters, etc., J-M ASBESTOS and MAGNESIA INSULATING CEMENTS, 
J-M SECTIONAL UNDERGROUND CONDUIT. 

For complete list of J-M Building Materials, see our Catalogue in Roofing Section. 

J-M ASBESTO- J-j\I Asbesto-vSponge Felted Pipe Covering, for insulating high-pressure and superheated steam 

SPONGE FELTED jjipes, is made of layers of thin felt composed of pure, long-fibred asbestos and granulated sponge. 
PIPE COVERING. Furnished in 3-foot sections, in thicknesses of 3^ to 3 inches, to fit all standard sizes of pipe. The 

sections are cut through one side only to facilitate appHcation. 

Advantages. — J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Pipe Covering, like sponge, is full of air cells, which are 
thoroughly sealed by reason of the laminated construction. The enormous amount of dead air (the 
greatest non-conductor) thus confined makes this the most efficient high-pressure pipe covering. This 
covering can be removed and replaced as often as desired, without injury. It materially reduces the 
temperature of engine rooms, adding to comfort and efficiency of operatives. 

Durability. — -Being made of many layers of strong felt, vibration or rough usage will not crack, 
break nor cause J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Covering to crumble or lose its insulating efficiency. It has 
been found in perfect condition after more than fifteen years' service on underground pipes. 

Efficiency. — The high insulating efficiency of J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Pipe Covering is proven 
by the following results of a test made by Mr. George M. Barrus, and published in the ofHcial publica- 
tion of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers: 



100 POUNDS PRESSURE AND UP. 

Coal Consumption for 10,000 Sq. Feet of Surface 
Heated 365 Days per Year, 24 Hours per Day. 



Kind or Covering. 



Bare Pipe 

Ordinary Covering. . 

]-M High-Pressure 

Covering 



Tons 

or Coal 
Consumed 

4,000 



585 



Cost 

of Coal 

at S3. 00 

per Ton. 

12,000.00 
2,373-00 

I.755-O0 



Cost of 

Cover i lie 

Applied 



$1,320.00 
1,980.00 




J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Pipe Covering. 



These tests pro\-ed that J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Covering saves 26 per cent, more coal than 
ordinary coverings. It will, therefore, be seen that by re-covering with J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted 
Covermg pipes now msulated with ordinary coverings, a sa\-ing of S780.00 can be made in every i 000 
tons of coal burned, figuring the cost of coal at S3.00 per ton. 

SpecificaJlons.^On connections from boilers to main steam header, and on main steam header, apply T-M Asbesto- 
o?°"frol«rn '■ ' Covering in two layers, each i inch thick, in such a manner that all joints will be "staggered" 

Cover fittings in connection with these pipes with J-TM Asbesto-Sponge Cement Felting, to a thickness corresponding 
to adjoining pipe covermg. Over all this covering apply an additional protection of 8^ounce canvas neatly sewed on. 

On flanges of these pipes, apply J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Sectional Covering in such a manner that same can be 
removed and replaced without injury to covermg, and finish same with 8-ounce canvas neatly pasted on 
with > ' ""^ ''"'^i "^u^"^ High-Pressure System apply J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Sectional Covering i inch thick, 

^ith Its usual canvas finish and bands complete, covering fittings with J-M Asbesto-Sponge Cement Felting to a thickness 

^t^f r ?'"! ■ 1^ ^?""'^ covering, and finished with canvas neatly pasted on. Lacquered metal bands are to be applied 
at at least iS-mch intervals on tins covering, 

with ^ZT" ■^'*^' °- ^'°"ki' ^""^ I'f^' drum-ends with J-M Asbesto-Sponge Felted Sheets, i^ inches thick, secured in place 

Mn ,? !? 1, yi ,''^^^^' ^""^ hexagonal wire netting, and finish same hard and smooth with J-M Asbestos Cement. 
i\0- 302, i/^ men tniCK. 

qn^of:°^^H"'^''S^ breeching and connections from boilers to vertical smoke-stack with ij^ inch thick J-M Asbesto- 
HPPn^fn^ 1 r ' ^h°™"Slily secured with galvanized wire cables and hexagonal wire netting with air space i inch 

ml t^^^e^leTlitTL^d sroV*'' ^"'^"^ °^"'^- ""''"'''' °^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^'^^