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Tacoma, Wash.




Ask for Catalogue No. 10 G



VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO.

GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS

INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA
In "Sweet's Index," Pages 794-795



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The Architect and Engineer



25



The Modern Slaughter
Of The Innocents



^The better part of wisdom is
to write at once to the United
Electric Company. Canton. O.
or the San Francisco office,
for facts regarding the TUEC,
the most wonderful Cleaning
System the NVorld has seen.



^m N OUTBREAK of diphtheria
^^ M has manifested itself in the Public
^Km^P^ Schools of one of our great
^W ^ cities, to the aire dismay of
^^r J^ all good citizens, and the rlealth
Authorities, in particular, fl In
view of the imminent peril attaching to an epi-
demic of this dread malady, there is talk of clos-
ing the Puhlic Schools long enough to sprinkle
disinfectant on the floors of the schoolrooms.
^ It is admitted hy the Health Officers that the
threatened epidemic is the direct result of animal
dust and disease producing germs, circulating in
the air. ^ Now, we have Dr. Neff, Director
of Health and Chanties in Philadelphia, warn-
ing the people of that City against dust-laden air,
"especially in the homes, schools, churches facto-
ries and stores. f\ Director Ness is right. It
IS ■within confined areas, above all, that we should
adopt measures to guard against germ infected
dust. We used to smile in a superior, knowing way
when splenetic simps prated idly of germs, bacteria,
microbes, spirilla, et cetera. It was deemed
incredible that organisms so infinitesimal as to
escape the naked eye, and -well-nigh elude the
microscope, could really portend such terrible
things to the human race. ^ Now, we know
that these micro-organisms that ^ve can not see,
are in reality our most deadly foes. There is but
one remedy for the conditions at present obtaining
in most schools. If every Public School -were

equipped with a TUEC Stationary Vacuum

Cleaner , there -would no^v be no danger of diphtheria, -with its probable
attendant fatalities : no puerile talk of calling a recess -while the schools are
temporarily, half-heartedly and inefficiently disinfected. Q A good time to
squelch an epidemic is before it starts! And this is -where the TUEC proves
its -worth. The TUEC is a prime preventative. Q Give the TUEC a place
to stand in the home, school, church, factory, store and public building, and
every Health Officer in the land -would be hunting a job inside of six months.
Q A TUEC in the School or Home beats a Hospital in the next block, all hollow.
^ You can install the TUEC Stationary Vacuum Cleaner just the same as you put in
your plumbing, heating, lighting systems — and at a vastly less expense.




THE UNITED ELECTRIC COMPANY

Canton, Ohio, U. S. A. 525 Mission Street, San Francisco



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Tlic Architect and Engineer



MAKERS

KORTICK - FALLS MANUFACTURING CO.



BRAND



Quality
Equal To
The Best



POST CAPS-BASES



FALLS



MARK



Product

JOIST HANGERS



Our Prices

Will

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FIRE DOOR HARDWARE




WE CAN FURNISH ON REQUEST— TEST REPORTS BY ROBT. W. HUNT 4 CO.

ofFicEs. FACTOBY. WAREHOUSES 327 TO 34-3 FIRST ST., SAN FRANCISCO

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Wallace Concrete Hoists

MADE IN CALIFORNIA




That"e°Jdl No Tower
will Save You Money

Concrete Mixers Concrete Barrows

Concrete Hoists Friction Hoists

Lumber Carriers Carts, Hoppers



Manufactured by

Wallace Concrete Machinery Co.

602 Mission street SAN FRANCISCO Phone Sutter 678



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The .Irchitcct and Eiii^iiwcr



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CEMENT OF UNIFORM QUALITY




MUNICIPAL CAR BARN. SAN FRANCISCO.

STANDARD PORTLAND CEMENT ^|f„^r,,'e''d''b°on'rrete'B"uf.d'n^'
SANTA CRUZ PORTLAND CEMENT CO. I STANDARD PORTLAND CEMENT CORP'N

Works at DAVENPORT. CAL. Works at NAP..\ JUXCTIOM. CAL.

CAPACITY. IOWO~BARRELS DAILY | CAPACITY 2.50o"bARRELS DAILY

Genera! Oflke, Crocker BIdg., San Fiancisco, Cal. Telephone, Douglas 800



Western Made



For Western Trade



fuller's Washable Wall Finish

READY FOR USE

ATTRACTIVE-^SANITARY— WASHABLE

A soft tone, dull glaze finish. Adapted for tinting and finishing interior walls
of every description. Washable Wall Finish is the result of expert knowl-
edge and exhaustive experiments to produce a wall finish that would dry
with a water color effect and be sanitarj", washable and durable.

Fuller's Washable Wall Finish



meets the discriminating demand for a finish with a firm, hard surface that will
not crack, crumble nor rub off like a kalsomine wash invariably does. It is
furnished in sendceable and satisfying shades. Color Cards on application
and also a list of buildings on which this decorative specialty has been used.

Manufactured^^ W. P. PULLER & CO.



28



The Architect and Enzinccr



The Plain Lines of the

HESTER SYSTEM

create a favorable and lasting impression upon
prospective

MERCHANT- CLIENTS

The bars are easily cleansed and do not harbor
dirt or polishing powders.

Ventilation and Lo\v Plate Insurance

Home Office and Factory : East Ash, Corner Sixth Street,

PORTLAND, OREGON

San Francisco Agents

WESTERN BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY,

155 NEW MONTGOMERY STREET



Thomas Rolph



Phone Sutter 1939



H. B. MILLS



"Ohia" Hardwood

FLOORING -KILN DRIED LUMBER -BLOCKS

Hawaiian Products of Superior Beauty - Finish - Durability

ROLPH, MILLS & CO.



DISTRIBUTORS



268 MARKET STREET



SAN FRANCISCO




HANCOCK GRAMMAR SCHOOL
FACED WITH eO.OOO

Red Stock Brick

DIAMOND BRICK CO.

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.



ARTISTIC CLAY BRICK

AT REASONABLE PRICES

DOUGLAS 1909
HOME J 3603



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The Architect and Engineer 29



N. CLARK & SONS



ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA, PRESSED BRICK

VITRIF-IED AND TERRA COTTA PIPE

HOLIX>\V TILE KIRE PROOFIMG

FIRE 3RICK TILE AND KINDRED CLAY PRODUCTS

OKKICE: 112-116 ISTATOM^ SX, SAN ff^RANCISCO, CAL.




Steiger

Terra Cotta ti^ Pottery

Works



Main Office; 729 Mills Building

: DOUGLAS 3010 San Francisco. Cal.



SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES

LEVENSALER-SPEIR CORPORATION

BUILDING MATERIALS
COMMERCIAL MINERALS

Representing American Keene Cement Co.
Mound House Plaster Co.
Colonial Wall Board and "LeBco Metal Stud
Commercial Minerals Department, SAML. H. DOLBEAR, Mgr.

259-67 Monadnock Building San Francisco, Cal.

681 Market Street Telephone: Douglas 3472

COLONIAL WALL BOARDS

Fibered Gypsum Plaster Boards for inside construction.
Fibered Portland Cement Boards for outside construction.

MANUFACTURED BY

MOUND HOUSE PLASTER CO.

Factory - EMERYVILLE, CAL.

Boards are nailed to wood stud, or clamped to metal stud in fireproof construc-
tion. Admitted by the Underwriters the same as metal lath and plaster.
PACIFIC COAST DISTRIBUTORS

LEVENSALER-SPEIR CORPORATION

259-67 Monadnock Bldg., 681 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 'Phone Douglas 3472



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LIVERMORE FIRE BRICK CO.

Manufacturers of

Fire Brick and Fire Clay Products



Special shapes and sizes made to order.
Standard sizes carried in stock.



LIVERMORE,



CALIFORNIA




This Building - »^L^,^„fy,7"^'

IS raced With seedier & Hocn, Architects

Sacramento Sandstone Brick



Read what the owners and builders have




Sacramento Sandstone Brick:




Gentlemen— In response to your request, w


e are pleased


to state that we consider the sandstone brick


made by you


and supplied to us for our new building at the c


Dmer of Nmth


and L Streets, to be as good a brick as we ha


ve ever used;


pleasing in appearance, hard, perfectly moulded


and fulfilling


in every way all that could be required of a


facing brick.


Very truly yours.




SILLER BROS., per


Edw. Siller.



SACRAMENTO SANDSTONE BRICK CO.

1217 Eighth Street, Sacramento, Cal.



WHAT THF PITV FNPINFFR of the second largest city of
TTn^Ai 1 net \^i I I i:jiiv>iiii:.i:.rv southern California says of

VITRIFIED SEWER PIPE

"A vitrified salt-glazed sewer pipe, burned to the point of vitrification,
has been proved beyond all question to be proof against any destroying
agent whatever, except fire, and is used in all conservative practice of
able sanitary engineers throughout the United States."

PACIFIC SEWER PIPE CO. Manufacturers otVitrHied Salt Glazed Sewer Pipe
I. W. HELLMAN BUILDING., 411 SO. MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES



Gladding.HcBean&Co.

Manufacturers Clay Products

Crocker Bldg. San Francisco

Works, Lincoln.Cal



The Architect and Engineer



31





JAIEXCE TILE treated in Soft Warm Tones
is a Popular and Effective Decoration for
;l|j the Interior of Beautiful Homes. Faience
Tile is used for Mantel, Fireplace and Panel
Work. The above is an example of the Faience Tile
manufactured by the

Los Angeles Pressed Brick Co.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

UNITED MATERIALS COMPANY, Balboa Building, San Francisco

DISTRIBUTORS FOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA



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Use Discrimination in the
Selection of Door Hangers

FOR your own sake, for the sake of those for whom you plan or build,
inspect the No. 22 1 R-W House Door Hanger. Take time and examine
every part. Notice the high quality of material and workmanship em-
ployed in its construction. See how the simple, effective adjustments provide
for settling and sagging. Be particular to notice how easily and noiselessly
this hanger glides over the clincher type hard maple track. Observe, too,
that this strongly constructed track can be quickly and easily removed after
plastering without disturbing or injuring the walls.



Your regular hardware
dealer no doubt handles this
hanger, but if not, we'll send
you samples. If you haven't
already got it, you ought to
have our No. 10 Catalogue.



fechardsAVilcox'

p™a Manufacturing Co. EffH

[Mj auroraju.usa. m\

Two Hundred and Fifty Third Street



When YOU Think of Damp -Proofing

THINK OF

LIQUID - STONE

Every Architect knows that Liquid Stone will damp-proof an exterior concrete and
brick wall and that it will water-proof a basement wall against any pressure. But
have you ever considered it as an interior finish for bathrooms and kitchens? It's
sanitary and washable — Write for our specifications on this class of work.

A Corporation as Well as a Person
Is Known by the Company It Keeps

Note Our High Class Representation

THE LILLEY & THURSTON CO., SAN FRANCISCO

HERRINGBONE METAL LATH CO. - - - - Los Angeles, CaU
DOMINION DOCK & SUPPLY CO., Ltd. . - - - Vancouver. B. C.

PEARSON- W I LLETT CO. Spokane. Wash.

WATERHOUSE & PRICE CO. Oakland. Cal.

H M. FAIRFOWL Portland, Ore.

GALBRAITH. B'ACON & CO. - - .... Seattle. Wash.

FLANNIGAN WAREHOUSE CO. - - - - - Reno. Nev.

MONROE BUILDING SUPPLY CO. . - . - - Phocni.x, Ariz.

THE LIQUID-STONE PAINT CO.,Mfrs., San Francisco, Cal.

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The Architect and Engineer



Zi



This is What We Mean by "Alignment"

in "COLLINS" Interlocking Steel Studding and Furring




Plasterers will tell you they need no wood bracing

to work on either single or double studding

-if it is "COLLINS."

"COLLINS"' Hollow Double Studding (Inter-
locking Steel System) is Cheaper — is 60% lighter
— is speedier to erect than hollow tile, and its
fireproof quality for insurance rate is the same.
WE CAN SHOW YOU THE JOBS



Collins Steel Studding and Furring



INTERLOCKINQ SYSTEAl



PARROTT CS, CO.

320 California Street San Francisco

ROEBLING CONSTRUCTION CO.

California Sales Agents
Crocker Building. San Francisco 345 E. Second Street, Los Angeles



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ff^- WHITE >V

(ATLAS









J^ I VERY dependable article
is bound to win the con-
fidence it merits. "Atlas-
White" has the unvarying uni-
formity the whiteness of color,
the absolute non-staining quali-
ties that make it a dependable
cement. ^ That's why you can
trust "Atlas -White Non-Stain-
ing Cement" for the important
work, because you know it will
also do all that anyone can ex-
pect a Portland Cement to do.

PACIFIC COAST DISTRIBUTORS OF ATLAS-WHITE:

United Materials Co.. Balboa Bidg.,

San Francisco, Cal.
Oro Grande Lime & Stone Co.. Los Angeles, CaL
Sunset Lime Company, Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles Lime Company. Los Angeles, Cal.
Western Commercial Company, Los Angeles, Cal.
Jarvis-Winn Co., San Diego. Cal.
California Portland Cement Co., Pasadena, Cal.



Pacific Fuel & Supply Co.. Oakland. Cal
F. T. Crowe & Company, Seattle, Wash.
F. T. Crowe & Company, Tacoma, Wash.
F. T. Crowe & Company, Spokane, Wash.
F. T. Crowe & Company, Portland, Ore.
F. T. Crowe & Company, Vancouver, B. C.
Evans, Coleman & Evans, Vancouver, B. C.
Evans. Coleman & Evans, Victoria, B. C.




"' The ^standard hv u-h/ch a// of her ma Arej- are measured

THE ATLAS t2SIt*N» CEMENT CO.



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35




A Shingle Roof as Durable

and Fireproof as a Stone

Foundation

The weak spot in the average dwelling
has heretofore been the roof. Wooden Shin-
gles rot, warp, loosen, etc. And they readily
catch fire. Slate and tile split and break.
And their great weight puts a severe strain
on the rafters. But J-M Transite Asbestos
Fireproof Shingles haven't a single one of these
faults — haven't a single weakness of any kind.

J-M Transite Asbestos Shingles

are as fireproof and durable as a stone foundation. For they are all mineral — literally
stone shingles. Made of Asbestos and Portland Cement.

More pleasing effects can be obtained with J-M Transite Asbestos Shingles than
with any other kind of roofing material. They are made 'g-inch tWck with smooth
edges and 14-inch thick with rough or irregular edges, in four colors — gray, green,
red, and slate. Furnished punched for nails and ready to apply.

Write nearest Branch for Booklet.



iesidcnce of Mrs. Clara F. Taylor. De Land. Fla
Roofed wilh J-M Transite Asbestos Shingles.



H. W. JOHNS- MANVILLE CO.



Albany Buffalo
Baltimore Chicago
Boston Cincinnati



Cleveland Indianapolis Louisville
Dallas Kansas City Milwaukee

Detroit Los Angeles Minneapolis



New Orlean
New York
Omaha



Philadelphia Seattle
Pittsburgh St. Louis

San Francisco Syracuse



GIANT

A moderate priced Air Cleaning
System which is designed at a small
cost to aid you in having a modern
home. This can be installed in houses
already built or those under construc-
tion. Thoroughly guaranteed, manu-
factured under our own patents and
installed directly by the manufacturer
who has had years of experience in
large and small stationary plants.

Send for descriptive circulars and list
of purchasers. Advice cheerfully given.
Consult our engineering department.




CO




Third and Jefferson Streets - Oakland
73 1-33 Folsom Street - San Francisco



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MARSH CAPRON

Concrete Mixers

Equipped with steam, gasoline or electric power with or without side-
loaders and water tanks. Guaranteed full capacity, no slopping. Steel
construction throughout, dust proof bearings, rapid mixing and dumping

Now carried in stock in San Francisco by



ffllJi®D,BACON& Myers



215-219 Rialto Building, 'Phone Douglas 1380

"Most mixing — Least fixing"



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37




Receptron Room. Kazj Holsl. Caicaco
A fine example Louis XIV

ALL ORNAMENTS ON WALLS ARE COMPO



Western Builders Supply Co.

AGENTS, DECORATORS SUPPIY CO.

155 New Montgomery St., Sein Francisco

Telephone Kean-y 1991



TO ARCHITECTS



FOR LOBBIES OF HOTELS
Apartments, Public Buildings, etc.

COMPO, NATURAL WOOD NNISH
MOUlDING,CAPITAlS,BRACK[TS



Contains No Wood Pulp or Plaster

Produces Sharp Detail and

Natural Wood Grain

Durable, Don't Check, Crack or Shrink

Used on Wood Work in $3,500,000 Blackstone
Hotel, Chicago, and other good work

SEE SAMPLES and 200-PAGE CATALOG

Details furnished, also Modelled to Order



Simplex Crude Oil Burners

"Water Method System"

Furnish Heat and Power at 40 Per Cent of
Cost of Coal, Wood, Etc.



APPLICATION

Adopted for —

Kitchen Ranges, (a superior type

of which is made by us).
Hot Water Heaters.
Hot Air Furnaces.
Steam Boilers.
Hop or Lime Kilns.
Fruit Dryers.
Hot Houses.
Etc., Etc.



ADVANTAGES

It requires no steam, compressed air or
electricity.

It eliminates cost and upkeep of auxil-
iary Machinery

It can be operated by most inexperi-
enced.

It prolon.gs the life of the range, heats
or boils by confining excessi\e heat
to combustion chambers.

It iseasilyreguiated — practically noise-
less — makes no ashes, no dirt, no
soot, no smell



Architects, Contractors and Builders — Send For Literature

AMERICAN HEAT & POWER CO.



OfTice Telephone Sutter 3 :

607 First National Bank BIdg.
San Francisco, Cal.



Factory

Se\enth and Cedar Streets

Oakland, Cal.



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'. Iron Entrance and Bronze Doors. Lincoln
High School. Porlland, Oregon
EXECUTED BY'



.^arliTrius (fnmptinpjnr.

• Wmnmriilal .inui K Siunzp-



The Cutler Mail Chute



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Pacific
Coast



San Fancisco,
Cal.,

Thomas Day
Company.

Portland,
Ore.,

C. W. Boost.

Seattle and

Tacoma,

Wash.,

D. E. Fryer
&Co.

Spokane,

Wash.,

E.G.

TOUSLEY.



Cutler Mail Chute Co.,

ROCHESTER, N .Y.
Cutler Building.




rxall S BURGLAR PROOF SAFE

Howe Scale Company, Agents

333 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.




OENAMNTAL

IR0N6BE0NZE

5TR.VCTVEAL STEEL

CINCINNATI

SAN FRANCI&CO

WESTERN BVILDERS SVPPLY CO

155 NEW MONTGOMERY ST.
LOS ANGELEh

5WEETSEE & BALDWIN SAFE CO
200 EAST 9tB ST



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39




ill BE



thoroug-hly fire-
proof '^building-
is the new Spo-
kane Exchange
of the Pacific
Telephone and Tele-
g-raph Co. in which
Drawn Steel Doors
and Windows were
used throug-hout.
The\- were sold by

C. JORGENSEN & CO.,

.SlCCESSllKS To

BOYD & MOORE, Inc.
356 Market Street

San Francisco, California

and were manutactured
and erected by the




Jei






Metallic Doors & Windows
KANSAS c/ry-MO.



WHAT IS MORE TROUBLESOME THAN
TO PACK RADIATOR VALVES

You never seem to have th
there is no active rod tra\



nht si7e packine. Because
iirnui:h the stutting box the
nj the valves leak more or



packing s.-ts and ceis hard,
less when opened or closed. ^

PALMETTO TWIST

can beunstranded and any size valve packed from one spool.

It cannot burn — its all asbestos. Does not uet hard — be-
cause a perfect lubricant is forced into each strand.

Use PALMETTO TWIST on all the valves, and you
will not have to repack so often.

We will send you a sample spool FREE. Just to prove this.

H. N. COOK BELTING CO.

317=319 Howard Street
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA



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Head Office and Salesroom, 819 Folsom St.. S. F.
Telephones. Kearny 3420. 3421, J2720



Works. Oakland, Cal.
Piedmont 229. A5251



JUDSON MANUFACTURING CO.

A CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY



Structural Steel Work, Machine, Blacksmith and
Foundry Work, Pattern and Millwright Work



MANUFACTURERS OF

Bar and Plate Iron, Reinforcing Bars, and Dealers in Iron

and Steel Structural Material

LARGE STOCKS PROMPT DELIVERY



TELEPHONE, MARKET 6468



HOME PHONE, J 2376



C. J. HILLARD CO., Inc.

MANUFACTURERS OF

Bank and Office Railings. Elevator Enclosures and Cars.

Cast Iron Stairs and Store Fronts. Wire Work. Fire Escapes.



Nineteenth and Minnesota Sts.

Next lo California Canncriet



San Francisco, Cal.



J. G. BRAUIN

615-621 S. Paulina St., Chicago, HI.

527-541 W. 35TH ST., NEW YORK



Steel Mouldings for Store Fronts



Elevator Enclosures, Etc.





^M^




^


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¥


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D Archite
d Biiilde


ts, Architectural IroB
s only on Application



Plain and Ornamenlal Saah Bars. Leaves. Rosettes

Pickets and Ornamental Rivets. Square Root

Anelelron from 's"x'fi''xl-16'' Upwards



PATENT SHEET METAL SHEARS PUNCHING MACHINES

All parts, including the main body, are made of forged steel, which makes these
tools lar superior to any made from cast steel. <II The Punch Machines are made
from steel plates. All movable parts are steel forgings. All parts which can be
are temperud. The Eccentric pillar blocks are made with independent steel rings.
Some of these Machines also have Shears for cutting Angle, Tee or Flat Iron.




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P. Noble, Pres.



Edward Bonneau Noble, Vice-Pi



Thomas Rolph, Sec'y



fariftr aoUtng MxH (Ha.



SUPPLIERS OF



Structural Steel, Forgings, Bolts, Rivets,
Frogs, Switches, Cast Iron Castings



General Office and Works
17th and MISSISSIPPI STS. SAN FRANCISCO

Telephone Market 215, also Connecting City Offices



City Offices

216-217 SHARON BUILDING

Telephone Sutter 43S8




~Tr



TELEPHONE ] Jj;j|;°;j 'II

Home Phone M 1841
A. A. DEVOTO. PRESIDENT







NO WORKS 621-651 Florida St.
Harrison and Bryant. 18th and 19t
San FRANCISCO. Calif.



W. B. MORRIS, Preside



H. M. WRIGHT, Vice-President



L. J. GATES, Secretary



Western Irom Works

STRUCTURAL IRON ond
STEEL CONTRACTORS



Gas Holders, Vault Linings, Jails, Fire Escapes, Beams, Channels, Angles
and Steel Wheelbarrows Carried in Stock



,CAL.



Telephone Mission 5230



Ralston Iron Works, Inc.

STRUCTURAL STEEL
Ornamental Iron Worli



Twentieth and Indiana Sts.



San Francisco, Cal.



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W

The New "Sanltarj Steel"
Automatic Desk.



C. r. WEBER & CO.

Manufacturers of SEATING FOR ALL PUBLIC BUILDINGS

School Desks, Church Pews, Opera Chairs, Hall Seating, Bank
Furniture, Lodge Furniture and Equipment, P. O. Cabinets.
Also Venetian Blinds, Rolling Wood Partitions, School and
Church Bells, Maps, Map Cases, Globes.
Manufacturers of ^Stff/ntBk Blackboards, in use in near-
the Celebrated ^Hjmm|| ly ^j^ School Buildings.

Ask for booklet "Qood Blackboards"; also ** Hand Book of Seating."
They are FREE to Architects.

Offices: 365-367 MarketSt., San Francisco. 512 S. Broadway, Las Angelas




IROQUOIS ROLLERS



Tandem and Macadam.
Based on nineteen years'
experience. All sizes.



IROQUOIS IRON WORKS, Buffalo, N. Y.

innls. Send for Catalogue.



The John Douglas Company

MANUFACTURERS HIGH
GRADE PLUMBING FIXTURES

Phone Kearny 11-46

Office - Showroom = Warehouse = = - 571 Mission Street, S. F,



Hydrex Felt and Engineering Co.

120 Liberty Street, New York
Manufacturers of

HYDREX- SANIFLOR Sound-Deadening FELT
HYDREX WATERPROOFING FELT, etc. etc.

ROLPH, MILLS & CO., Agents
268 Market Street San Francisco



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The Architect and Ennncer



43




SPECIFY THE COLONIAL
HEAD THROATand DAMPER

THE BEST DEVICE FOR OPEN FIREPLACES
SEE SWEETS INDEX PAGES— 1702-3

SOLD ON THE PACIFIC COAST BY



Aurora Mfg Co
D. O. Church
Scott. Lyman & Stack
D. E. Frver & Co.
Wm. N. DNeil & Co
M J. Walsh Co.



Higgin



Seattle

Vancouver. B. C.

Portland. Ore.



COLONIAL

FIREPLACE
COMPANY
:: CHICAGO ::



CRANE

COMPANY


Hi'gk Grade . . .

PLUMBING
SUPPLIES

Steam and Hot Water Heating

PIPE, VALVES, FITTINGS


Second & Brannan Sts.
SAN FRANCISCO


Power Plant and Water Works Materials

STEAM SPECIALTIES



Nelson Vitreous China
Drinlcing Fountain




Thoroughly Sanitary. All parts open to
facilitate cleaning

Full Stock Carried in San Francisco and
Los Angeles

^'rilc/or Catalog

N. O. NELSON MFG. Co.

STEAM AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES

S. F. Warehouse & Offices. <)7S-',is2 Ihnvard St.

Telephonk Ke.\rxv 4'i70
L. .\. Warehouse & Offices. 4.59 East Third St.



SEE THIS
WALL BED



Full Size; Strong as the Strongest;
Easy of Operation; Requires but
Nine-Inch Recess. Automatically



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