Bijou theater to become a bank - didn't survive the spanish flu
the His be P. the of G. PLAYHOUSE AS BANK Old Bijou Theatre Rnilding Is liclng Rcmodclli - il Tho old Bijou theatre, on Carrall Street, near the corner of Hastings, will not re - open as a picture playhouse when the "flu" has left the ,11,11., T,,,it wn isunnrl , """"I"6 ,,' ; " Tuesday for the converting of the Ml UUllOLfl 'lltU CL II IV. .imii used as part of the Merchants Hank adjoining. The permit was for 51500. Included in tho list of permits Issued by Mr. R. A, McKenzie, city building inspector, were the following: J. Sic - Giaw, 3616 Eleventh Avenue West, frame 'dwelling, $2000; Geo. Anderson, 743 Twentieth Avenue Kant, addition to dwelling, J600; D. Kniery, 767 Fifteenth Avenue Easj, garage, $50; A. S. Renfrew, 482 Twenty - second Avenue East, moving dwelling, $150; H. L. M. Stewart, 456 Fifteenth Avenue West, dwelling, $1000; Mrs. W. Probert, 3 - 211 Parker Street, dwelling, $1000; Mrs. T. Harrold, 1245 Eighth Avenue West, garage, $60; John Dowse, 2465 Eighth Avenue West, delling, $4000; F. Clarke, 212 Second Avenue West, garage. $250.