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 RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering BritishColumbia.  Vol.   16,   No.   3,   Friday,   Dec.   13,   1918  Ooildio^ Materiel  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. ''..'. 548-550  Seymour St.  Man !s Accounted  of,  ACCOUNT     If    he    has    a    bank  ACCOUNT.      No   account    is    too  small   to  receive a courteous wel-  c-orna at this bank.  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver  Branch,  446   Hastings   St.  W.  J.   T.  MaoDONAIiD,   Manager  GALVANI  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  + -> + * £"!?" & -McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E.  Highland  1  VANCOUVER, B. C.  573  j  rUXLDING   PEEWITS   AMOUWTINO   TO   8500   OB   OVER  ISSUED   AT   THS   VAKCOl'VEB   CITY  HALL  YESTEBDAT  Lumber   Veneer   Panels,  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coatt  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.       v  I. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richard* St. Vancouver, B. C.  BUILDING PERMITS  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sole Asrents In Canada for  Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.  Boyer" Riveting "i Chipping   Hammers;   Little   Giant   Drills;    Duntley  Electric: Tools;   Rock  Drills;   Air Compressors;  Fuel Oil  and  Gas Engines.  9738 —Mr. McWhinnie, alterations,  105 Hastings St. E., $200; ' Stewart &  Coltart;   contrs. ,  9739—Empress Mfg. Co. loading shed  HOG Homer St., $190; J<\ S. Perry,  contr.  MMtritf. Tirati  Vasipi  542 Pander St. «».,• Vantoanr B. C,  Ptieoi iij. 10S5  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  ROAD   WORK   AUTHORIZED.  While   many   applications   for   road,  lane and sidewalk improvements were  either   turned   down   entirely   133-   the  civic board- of works this week, owing  to lack of funds, or passed onto next  year's council, there were a number of  minor improvements of an urgent nature  which   were  authorized.    Amongf  these were the lane, south of Twelfth!  Ave. and east of Granville, which is to  be graded  for one block at  a cost of  ?lf>0;  the lane south of Eleventh Ave.  j from   Nanaimo   to   Kamicops   street,  j which is to be cleared and rought grad-  1 ed at a cost of SoF>0; and the planking  ?of a block of Third Ave, west of Mc-  ; Lean Drive at a cost of $200. Eleventh  ! Ave., west of Woodland Drive is to bn  {rocked and graded for one block at a  of mining, for the utilization of the  wealth that now lies awa?::ng development in the coal and mineral fields  of British  Columbia. ..- !  ; The time is held to ha.ve arrived i  .when no effort should be spared to!  turn to account the iron ores of Brit-!  ish  Columbia in   the  development  of I  tin iron and steel industry which will:  1  be  the  basis  of other industries and  be the principal factor in establishing  steel shipbuilding in B. C. on a permanent basis. i'  GROUP OF  HOMES ON  LAKE SHORE COST $135,000  Seattle—One of the most sjgntly  tracts of land consisting of 30 lots on !  Lake _ "Washington, adjacent to Mad-  rona Park, will be improved immedia-j  tely by the erection of a large group of!  medium priced residences with private j  garages, the total expenditure approx-j  imating ? 135,000.  Another group of houses in the near  neighborhood and costing SI0,000 to  !?lo,000 each, will be started in the  'immediate future by the same architects, Ivev & Riley, for which sketch-  jes and estimates are being prepared j  now. i  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE  SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  .  WINNIPEG  FRANK DARLING & CO.  "THOR"  Roller Bearing Drills—Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hamiaers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Brills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  — ^   BEAMS,  CHA1TOEXS, AROLEB, FIiATES, TEES, COZtVUNS  COMPIETELY EQUIPPED FABRICATING-  SROPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL GOT, Ltd.  Fairmont 2336 and 2397  Vancouver,  jcost of $265 provided funds are avail-:  London, Bag.  Montreal  Winnipeg  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO.  ENGINEERS  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  C.  LTD.  INSPECTION -- TESTS » CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  508 Ha«tlng-8 W., Vancouver, B. C.  C«ment TeatUigr Laboratory, Koom 1601; Physical Teeting- laboratory, Room Bl  Resident In»pfcto-a at Large Manufacturing Centers  Gllley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  iable.  MARSHALL   CREEK   DYKING  SCHEME  IS  GOING  AHEAD  j    Huntingdon,   B.  C. — The   Marshall  ■ Creek dyking scheme is going ahead,  'and the Sumas municipal counsil pass-  ■ ed a resolution on Saturday autnoriz-  j ing a pro rata dyking tax on all gazet-  I ted roads protected by the Marshall  j dyking scheme. A resolution was also  j passed saying that the council had no  • objection  to  a  floodgate  being  put in  at the junction ot the  Vye read ditch  and    the   Sumas   river;    neither   was  there  any  objection   to  the  raising of  the  road  grades   to  the  height of the  dyke,   providing the gracies  were  reasonable. '  Tlit    following   appropriations   were  made   for  road   work:   $100.   Straltion  Hoad.   one   portion,   and   fiO   lends   of  gravel on this road south of the  I!. C..'  10. R.; $",0 on Winson road, $100 on De-:  Lair  road;   $1.10  on  CIa\ btirn-Straiton ■  Road.              .                                                j  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Ail Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street^West  New Westminster, B.C.  =L!'  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING C0..LT0  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Northern   »ly.   Depot 1917  Calg-ary; Armory   1918  Rossland   Hlg-h   School 1918  Tranqnille   Sanitorlum    1918  Phone Westminster 473  r  ftur steam liftiti'rt pliint oiKihlos us  to inaiHil':ictnrt; Vi'tii'i-r Work lit uny  season  of  tho  year.  We arc now niiinul'ucuirlnjr Interior  fittltiKH for the new H. 1.'. Telephone  I'lillulris's* head ottlue In Austrian  Quurtor  Cut  Oak.  1269—6th St.,  East Burnaby  i B. C. MINING TO RECEIVE  I BIG   IMPETUS   FROM   PEACE  Mining    in    British    Columbia    has  everything to gain and nothing to lose  by   the   arrival   of  peace.     In   fact,   it  is suggested  by mining  men  that the  mining industry will lie able to absorb  a good  many of the men  who are released   from   munitions  making.    Cop-:  per   mining    will    continue   to    profit. ■  j while gold mining, which has suffered  by   high   costs   of   production   and   tho  fixed standard for gold, is expected to.  receive a great impetus from the coming of peace.    Capital is also now ex-'  pected  to  be available,  without treasury   restrictions,   for  the  development i  $1,000,000 COMPANY IN  j TACOMA  TO  BUILD   HOMES  |    Tacoma, Wn.— A. plan to secure $1,-  .'000.000   worth  of  more  homes   in  Tacoma   within   the   next   year   or   two  , through a financing company, to be organized  among Tacoma business men  'and   citizens  as  a  community   better-i  ;m'ent plan as well as sound investment; j  : project  is  under  development  by  the,'  I committee on housing, according to the  ! statement of Mavor C. M. Riddell. The  [plan was suggested to the committee  ; 1 y Mayor Riddell at a recent meeting  and   met   with   instant  approval.     Inquiries about tire city indicate that the  plan can be carried through with success, it is said, and experienced builders   are   now   outlining  the   details   oj  operation  of the  company ror consid- ■  eration of the committee. ]  WIPES OUT ITS DEBT. j  The civic finance committee was no-i  ! tided on Wednesday by the Vancouver;  j Exhibition  Association   that   the  latter)  organization was ready to liquidate the \  jlast   £5000   instalment   of   the   $12,000 j  advance  which  the  city  made   to   the;  .Association     in     1012.       That,     year,!  through  the outbreak  of the war and j  the attendance being materially affect-'  ed  by  bad  weather  during  exhibition  week,   the   Association     sustained     a  heavy   loss   and   was   forced   to   seek  financial  assistance    from     the     city.  Ma anger  If.  S.  Kolston. on   behalf  of  the  association,   offered   lo  make   the  i last $"),000 payment  in  Victory  Bonds,  and the offer was immediately accept-  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING  STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS: —  Drift Bolts,  Machine  Bolts,  Tie  Bolts.        We are  prepared  to  furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —   LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE   BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  I  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RASLWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  od by the aldermen. The Association  now has the distinction of not only  being the only one in the province to  hold its annual  fair rlgh'. through  the  (Continued   on   I'.ure   -I.)  Forgsrsgs  Machine Work  Credit Fonder Bldg-.  IVSociern Brack Building"  on ctHiti'iillv  loeated corner  lot  $35,000.00 on terms  Ci«st  full  pnrtiauUirs  at  th« ©IHou of  GENEEAI ADIttTNISTRATION SOCIETY  850 Hastlng'B Street West  Patterns  Works  John ReicJ, Proprietor  s  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  'Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C. -^^^■^^^■P"  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every    Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  'A newspaper of general circulation, featuring Building, Contract ing, Ivnginccriug. Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining;, Automobile, Provincial,   City  and   Harbor   Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and  Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription  Rates  One month .....S1.90  Six   months , $5.00  All subscriptions arc  payable strictly in aavaace  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN..Go' Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  j  OFPICIAI.  ORGAIT.  The British Columbia Record Is the  •fficial organ of The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Royal Architectural' Institute of  Canada, and as such is used by. them as  the medium through which to make their  official announcements to the general  public.  By such selection the British Colum-,  1»la Record is no wise pledged to editorial support r,of any policy advanced  by this society, but maintains an absolutely independent position'on all matters subject to editorial opinion.  are now in a position to impose on the  Central Powers, these same bonds are  liable  to go  considerably  above   par.  There is every assurance that Canada  will   get   a   big   cash   indemnity—possibly amounting to practically the cost  of her outlay in the war.   And in thai,  case' the Victory Bonds are bound to  reflect the enviable financial position  the country will be in and go above  par.    The  United  States  4  per  cent,  bonds  have   in   the   past  gone  above  par,  a $100 bond  selling for as  high  as $1.39.    If a 4 per cent, bond went  that high there is no telling what pre-,  .miuni may yet be offered for such s  remunerative   investment   as   Victory-  Bonds  bearing 5  1-2  per cent.  The price of lead dropped a cent a  pound last Tuesday in the quotations  received ' from New York and Montreal.  For the year thus, far over 300,001  tons of ore and concentrates have  been shipped to the Consolidated  smelter in Trail.      ■   . ■  A REAL GILT-EDGED BOND:  Realizing the Victory Bonds are ^1- J sliould heed the caution to hold to his  ready as good as the actual collateral |or her D01KiSi because there is going to  or coin of the realm  'Three  new  shippers appear on the  ore receipts report this week namely,  Silver   Hoard,     Ainsworth,     21     tons  Every, holder of a-Victory Loan Bond I Grantt  Woodbury  Creek,  4  tons,  and  Spokane, Salmo, 20 tons.  DIVIDENDS.  The 13. I. Du Pont de Nemours Co.  has declared a quarterly dividend of  4j/ per cent, to be paid December 16,  to stockholders of record on Nov. 30.  The company has also declared quarterly dividends of V/3 per cent, on the  debenture stock, payable January. 25  to stock of record on Januarj  10.  The American Can Co. has declared the regular quarterly dividend of  .1 3-4 per cent, on its preferred stock,  payable Jan. 1 to stock of record Dec.  16.  H.D.Rees    W.A.Kmse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seynour 8551  —"—■———J£J  various concerns,  including some brokers and promoters  of enterprises that border on the "wild-  eat"  description,  have  commenced to  be very determined efforts by shrewd  and unscrupulous people to miy In or  secure at inadeuate prices these bonds  offer to exchange their stock' for Vic-(from holders who do not happen to be  tory Bonds. Other camouflaged appeals well jnf0rmeci as to stock or bond val-  made by 'this class of ventures are toil)es    If every uolder of a Victory bond  buy the stock and give up the Victory  Bond as security for the purchase  price. To all of these, as weir as to  the broker who offers to convert Victory bonds into cash at a. slight discount for the vendor from their face  •value, a deaf ear should be turned by  all patriotic owners of the most absolutely gilt-ed\ged, remunerative investment that Canada has ever offered to  the Canadian  people.  It is an open secret in financial circles now that since such a complete  and unqualified victory has been accomplished by the allied forces, as outlined by the terms of the armistice and  the iron-clad manner in which these  same terms are being,carried out, that  the-Victory Bonds of 1918 have not  only amply fulfilled the.'.prediction of  Sir Thomas,' White', that X3\ey}i would  prove Victory Bonds indeed, but in  view   of  the   terms   which   the   allies  would1 consult a bank before he disposes of it, the get-rich-quick concerns  will not prosper, but the individual  bondholders will, and Canadian people  as a whole, will be benefitted.  Mining Truth, of Spokane, understands that the Federal Mining and  Smelting company is trying iu purchase the Electric Point mine, nea'-  Northport.  ' " A 100-ton ore bin and chute have  been built recently at the property  of the Princeton Mining & Development    company,    four    miles    below  "Princeton.     ,  Balance Came Easily.  Rit—Why is kissing your girl like a  bottle of olives?  Ters—-I don't know.  Rit.—if you can get one, the rest  come easy...,."'..'  In this week's ore report East Koot-  enay goes over the 100,000 tons mark  for the year. Boundary over the 20,-  000 ton figure, Slocan exceeds 30,000  tons, and American mines have sent  r.ot quite 15,000 tons'..of "pre to the tries to get in shape to begin to place  Trail smelter in 11  months. j large orders.  BUSINESS OPINIONS  The   Paint  &   Drug Reporter  says:  There  has  been  a quiet  market  last  week in all lines of the pa nit Industry.  There is nothing in favor of an active  market at this time. The great change j  the industry will see as conditions revert to those of peace cannot come in  J a week  or a month.    The  period  of  transition will be a long one, and the  trade understands this.    There has as  yet been little chance to decrease cost  of production, and yet consumers are  unwilling to pay war prices.    The removal of restrictions that have bound  down  many lines of Industry will result in an increased demand for everything the paint industry, handles, but  it will'take    time    for    the    building!  trades  and   the   manufacturing Indus-1  Phono Seymour 1878.  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  * Maker* of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinets, etc.  Switches ^designed   mid  huilt  for  any  ■'■£«   sp»wial work.  41 Alexander St.    -    Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "l  r»»  Ready Plumbing  with working blue prints for country  installations  i  906 Davie St. Siymw 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  '<.-"" Concrete •, ■■ ■J',/."^'/  325 Howe St.  S«».3761 Bqr.KIR  Cement  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  ,      The Jarvis Electric Company. Ltd.  570 Blchards St. Thome   Ssymso*   175  Baynes & Morle  General    Contractors  Bulldog Cable  Pacific  Lime  R. V. WIINGH & CO., Limi  Vancouver and Victoria  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BO ELECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  836 Horn St  Seym* 1389;  '.:  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making               Fixtures  . Seymour  1163                        735 Helacken St.  NEW WORK - CONTRACTS LET  THE   FOILOWIITO   TABIJB   SHOWS   BTXIXDIKGrB    COSTING    95,000    OB    OVER,    ON     WHICH     CONSTRUCTION     IS  UNDEB WAT, OB ON WHICH  CONTRACTS KATE BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Crodit-Fcocur Bldg. Vaocwner, B.C-  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Richards St  Sejaoir 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymour 3535   • 601 Pacific Bldg.  Character     Co*t  Residence    ..-.,. $7,500  Tuberculosis   Clinic      47,130  Grain   Elevator       79,000  Church    ..".   35,000  Commercial   Bldgs   25,000  Residence     5,500  Residence          9,000  Residence       10,000  Residences    each    4,000  Brick   Building >  Uungalows   ..       6,000  Refreshment    Stand     ....$5,000  Residence      ".      7,000  Mill   Warehouse    $5,000  Residence      7500  Bungalow       7595  Remodelling    Building    10,000  Residence     . $5,000  l'owdered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Brick   Bldg     5000 j  Dwelling      5,000  Warehouse      8,000  Residence     '. -       8,000  Remodel   Boarding   House ;...?5,000  L  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 LetiM BUg. SejBW 6SB6  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main St Seymou 4878  Robertson & Partners, Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bldg.  Char»oter  •— Oo«t  42-Mile   Extension     300,000  ITastings-Barnet   Road       Bridge Span & Trestle     Government    Shed       Bridge (2 span)      Lining  Tunnel    250,000  Reconstruction       160,000  N'itrogcn  Plant       125,000  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Railroad     1,000.000  Infirmary   and   Service   BU*. $151,236  Bridge       Bank   Building       12,00*  Bridge       Pulp  & Saw   Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Cold Storage & Caanerjr $150,000  Residence            5,000  VANCOUVER  £*oa«ton        . -    OiBTiar  Shaufhneasy   Heights  .. F.   A.   Dietrick  Pender Street    Rotary Club  Beach Ave • Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160 Ge»rgria St... First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview  aa4 Peint  Grey. . LTE;versity of B.  C.  1305—12th  Ave.  W Wesley   Rowson  Shaujhn«Bsy  Heights    S.  J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    G.   W.   Tornroos  Angus  Ave ....Macaulay  fc   Nicolls  Seymour  St   B.   C.  Tel.   C«.  Magee. Allan   A   Richards  Hastings  &  Carrall B.   C.   Elec.   Co.  2875   Alder  Street ..A.   R.   McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &    Grai«    Co.  1906 Trafalgar  :.\V. A. Cantelon  1435 16th Ave. W H. D. Christie  C»r.  Davie **4  Granville Sts.. Geo. E. Trorey  S.E.   Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.MoFarlane  Powell   St .B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  131   Hastings   St.   E Pemberton   &   Son  1946  llth  Ave.  W...' John  T.  MacDonald  Industrial    Island     Crane,    Ltd.  ■Shaughnessy  Heights P.  W.' Racey  1447 Barclay St Confed Life Ass'n  Archt _  Contr.  Fred L.  Townley S. J. Newitt  J. A.   Benzie....... Baynes  &   Horie  H.  H.   Gillingham      Owners  Matheson & DeGuerre   Owners j  Sharp   &   Thompson    S.   NT.   McLeod  L.   !..   A   W.   C.   Vernon Vernon   Bros.  Jas.   A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  Jas.   A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  A.   E.  Henderson S. J.  Newitt  Owners   Adkison A Dill  Fred  L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Owners     Owners  Fred.   L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  A.   E.   He«ders»n -.... D.   &   W.   Gray  Fred L. Townley Day Labor  H. D. Christie  W. 3. Read  Gardiner &  Meroer Harrison   A  Lamond  Fred   L.   Townley........:. .G.   M.   Champion  Fuller  Engineering   Co..Can.   N.VV.   Steel   Co.  J.   H.   Bowman Baynes   A   Horie      Owner  Owners     Dixon   &•    Murray  las.   A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for sal*—  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  You realize that tlie better you are known the more business you  ■will do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk tke  <■      matter over with you.     Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 HoRerKitkaffc Lane,  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Location    Owbk  Clinton    . .' P.G.E.    Railway  Hastings  St.   E   Twigg  t*   Lulu   Island   Victoria         Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North   Vancouver    Wallace   Shipyard  (Lake   Buntzeti.. Araer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain H.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Beas  Mining  Co.  Princeton  t»  Co-pper  Mt.. . . B.  C.  Copper Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster   River—Comox    Dist... Prov.    Govenn t  Nanaimo     Royal    Bank  Englishman's   River,   Alfcarai   Dlat.. Pr*v.G*vt  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dow.    Government  Clayoquot... .Clayo(|uot Cold Stor. & C»«. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather  Arch  Contr.   Northern   Const.   Co.   Cotton Co.   Wm.     Green Ices   R.   Moncriefl   Armstrong,   Morrison   &   Co.,   Lid   Carter,  Efalls A Aldingcr   Hodgson A King  Owaers    ■    Owners  Owners             Owner   VV.   p.   Tierney  Public   Work9   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wlcs Dept.. .Robertson A Partners   Hodgson   A  King?  Prov.   Pub.   WTts.   T>tft Wm.   GreenleeB       Owners  Public W«rk9 Dept  Hodgson  & King     Owners  Owner  S. J. Newitt  ADAM  JACK  Brick  Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone lilshland 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length -- any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  f  V  *  t  t  Incorporated IB09  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8tb Ave. W. BayWew 2276j  TRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  PufoSsc Works Contractors  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Seymonr 3998-3999  i  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in  British Columbia.    The paper is  of  excellent,   uniform   quality  and   of  great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.  * > BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  Right  Prices.  "Wearwoll"   Paints.    Shingle    Stains,  and "Anti Damp" preparations.  W. S. HABVEYMrO.  CO.  1063 G-ranvUlo St. Sey. 3497  SHIPPING AND FOREIGN TRAD  =1  Seympur Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymonr 3053  MARINE   NEWS  The War SUkiue is loading cargo at  Evans, Coleman dock for Atlantic  ports.  INSURANCE  IN  ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  Tlie War Storm, which was built at  the Wallace yards will run ner trials  today.  Tlie Tanker El Lobo passed out to  sea Wednesday hound to',Sail Francisco.      .:■■■■  REAL ESTATE  CITY       PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  The 0. S. K. steamer Andes Maru,  now on Iter maiden voyage from the  Orient, is due to arrive in Victoria  tonight.  The Konan Maru or tne Mitsui line  is expected in Seattle the latter part  of the month with 9,000 tons of rice,  one of the largest cargoes of its kind  ever brought to that city.  Victoria—Bayly Hipklns, Manager  of the Foundation Company's Northwest operations, announces that Paul  B. Thompson, formerly superintendent  of the Portland plant, has been ap-  pointed manager of the Point Hope  and Point Ellice yards in Victoria.  Seattle—The Skinner & Eddy Corp.  launched the 9,000-tbn steel' freighter  .Edgefield and 8,800-ton steel ship West  Elcajon Saturday. The Allen Shipbuilding Co., also launched .the 3,800-ton  wooden ship Allenhurst.  by fire Wednesday night at a loss estimated at $150,000. Tlie . piuni was  fully insured.  FIRES.  Damage to the extent of $800 was  done to Molson Bank Building, Wed  uesday  night.  The manufacturing plant of the Morrison Steel & Wire Company on the  waterfront  Avas   completely   destroyed  SERVICE  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  739 Hastings St. W. Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820  Instead of building an alibi for the  kaiser, why not make it a mausoleum?  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding  these inquiries may be obtained from  tho Secretary ot the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "Tho  Commercial Intelligence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."-      ,  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Re-  uest for each opportunity should be on  a separatee-sheet and state opportunity  number. The Bureau does not furnish  credit ratlngH or assume responsibility  as to the standing of foreign Inquiries;  the usual precautions /should be taken  in   all   caaea.  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturer  Ornamental Iron Work and  all Muds  of Wire "Work.  112-16   DufTerin   St.  Fair.   2B-1S  G. Kilgren  General Contractor  962 14th Ave.  Fairmont 946L  I   DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET  VANCOUVER. B. C.  f">  LATEST   EWQUIBIES.  The following inquiries are the latest  received.- For rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glance Items of interest by noting the class of goods mentioned   at   the  end   of  each   inquiry.  IMPORTANT—Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  (6) Japanese firm desires to establish  connections with firms handling  beans and marine products of various kinds.  (7) Montreal firm asks for firm names  of reliable importing houses handling Australian produce, such as  currants and  honey.'  (S) Japanese 'firm desires connection  with importers of menthol-cone  and  peppermint oil.  (S)"■■ivl.e.siOttii-" ilnvr of shippers, brokers,  and manufacturers' agents desires  to establish relations with houses  in  Vancouver.  (10) Mexican manufacturing concern  desires addresses of firms in Canada who. could use their manufactured products, which are bags  and   rope.  (11) San Francisco house is in the market   for  wood-pulp.  (12) Mexican firm asks for quotations  on Canned salmon, rolled oats (in  packages),   tongue-and-groove  lum-  .-■ ' ••■ 1'C-r. ■ ■•   CI3) Japanese firm desires to establish  connections with Vancouver ■ 5m-  ivortei-.s who would import beans,  rices, oils, chemicals, manufactured   goods.  (11) Japanese firm desires to import  fertilizers, light and heavy chemicals, dyestuffs. iron.and steel products, metal wares, stationery,  paper of all kinds, cotton and woollen piece goods,^ They are also  prepared to export all the usual  Japanese   lines..  (15)  Japanese   firm, wishes   to   establish  connections   with    pulp    manufac-,  ■turers.  COMMERCE  ONE  TON  TRUCK  : A year ahead of other  trucks — the only■truck  having everything necessary on it when you buy  it.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260  Granville.  STANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard truck  throughout. Continental  Tied Seal Motor, Timken-  ■ David Brown worm gear ■  on all models, Br*>wn-type  transmission, Spacer universal joints.  Two, three and ft half and;  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  USE  Items below have been published  la these columns heretofore, but are  carried for ready, reference for a few  days pending the publication of later  inquiries.   :  ELASTIGU  The  Tough,   Elastic,  Adhesive  Cement  (Ready  for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tooth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 63  VANCOUVER, ,B. C.  1 to 5 Tons  FACT vs. FANCY  (PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE, rather than APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear and tear of the  daily grind. Paint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never yet PAID a single repair bill.  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  arc built not for looks but for service—not merely to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  our claims.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in every case where superiority >s tested  point by point in comparison with other trucks.  The fact that 72% of LITTLE GIANT sales last year were re-sales to satisfied  customers is the final proof.  Don't take our word for it—ask LITTLE GIANT owners about the dependability, economy and efficiency of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  INSIST UPON RECORDS OF PERFORMANCE, NOT PROMISES OF PERFECTION.  "Wo guarantee 50% lower operating cost, than any other Truck on the market.  "We vaporize the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into tho cylinders.  Your service work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  al. no Cost to you.  B  Seymour 331  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  Miwmm@mim®mm  .796. Machinery for papermaking—  j A Natal firm who purpose manufacturing- paper, news and, wrapping-, from  a native grass, similar to Esparto, ask  for particulars from Canadian manufacturers of paper machinery. Other details, together with a sample of the  grass are on file at the Department of  Trade and Commerce, Commercial Intelligence Branch. Ottawa.  797. -Foodstuffs, metals, chemicals,  etc—An important firm in Genoa wishes  to get in touch with Canadian houses  prepared to export to Italy after the  war, cereals, mineral and metals, industrial chemicals, codfish, fish and  other crils, canned fruits, meats and  fish.  798. Tools, machine tools and steel.  —A Turin house of steel aud tool representatives wishes to hear from Canadian exporters of tools, machine  tools and steel, for after-the-war-trade.  799. Office supplies.—A Milan firm  desires to get in touch with Canadian  firms wishing to export to Italy inkstands, carbon paper and typewriter  ribbons, rulers, envelopes and stationery, penholders, fountain pens and pen-  I oils, ordinary and coloured blotting paper, paper knives, coloured pencils, pa-  I per weights, pencil boxes, schoolbags,  | steel pens and gold nibs, etc.  800. Technical articles, machine  tools,   electrical   material.—A   firm   in  I Milan who, before the war worked for  German houses, wishes to be put in  touch with Canadian houses who can  supply machine tools for the working  of wood and metals, electrical material and technical articles.  801. Foodstuffs and soap—A firm at  Velletri (near Rome), inquires for codfish, conserved herrings, preserved  fruit, soap and cereals.  802. Lumber.—A firm in Genoa who  before the war carried on import lumber business from Canada, wishes to  reconstruct itself with Canadian exporters.  803. Lumber.—A house of lumber  importers at Genoa, with branches at  "Rologna and Mestre and lumber stocks  at Sampierdarena, wishes to hear from  Canadian companies.  | AT YOUR SERVICE. |  I If you want to r^ach the man who.  {buys Building- Mnteriftls, Machinery,.  {Hardware, Electrical and Plumbingi  i supplies, Motor Trucfcs, iron and*  { Steel, etc., It will pay you to be ropre-?  i seated in the British Columbia?  • Record. ? j  ! The British Columbia Bccord lsi  fthe only building- find construction-  'newspaper in Er'.tlsh Columbia con--  ? suited every other dny by Contrac-i  'tors, Sng-lneex-s, Architects Building-i  {Material Dealers. Shipbuilders, Lum-i  j ber Mills, and Mining- Companion.       i  f:  Fact Worth Considering  ~H:   For over  eight years  FEDERALS  .-•  .have been built by a strong, well financed  company which,has devoted its energies  to  Motor  Tr ucks   Excl usively—That's  why they are Built right—Ask  Tucker Motor Company  Seyw*mr SS66 833 Pe»der St. West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  *  *  a.  *  *  V  %  *  t  *  4>  •5-  %  %  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  AGENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  Industrial and Household  Gas Fittings  t  C. Bain, Manager  767 R08S0N ST.  SEYMOUR 801  %  %  4.  *5<  «s>  •4>  <*< BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD'  mwwiiiM m i ww  wnr w •nmmnnnamn'Mm  MWBBI|BWWBamBi^^  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  Ltd  *fei*) ,     Esau IVIB  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  (Continued from page  1)  (i  BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS,  KEv   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,    NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND IAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  •i>«;> M^W.A-»*"Vjfl«<#alVi!^A>f*J#*'^X^fe»TO»r*J«*-*fV..  M & ANDE  PLUMBING and HEATING  nternational  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1G60 Homer St.  Vancouver B.  r  Fraser River  PILE DRIViNO CO.  LIMITED  A. Jones, Mgr.  WHA&F BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "OLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front St ■■/New Westminster  Telephone 1015  XON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  ami STORE FITTINGS   .  GENEaarCARPEHTER WORK  PUNTING, PAPER HANGING and XALSOMINING  Sey. 8765      Ssy. 876S  1065 Oiinsniuir St.  war years, but has also paid off all  its indebtedness in that time and  starts its next annual fair'free of all  debt and with most roseate prospects  indeed. This ^record is all the more  notable when it is considered that for  the last two years the Association re  ceivecl. no government grant for the  fair. ..  DEPARTMENT  OF   WORKS.  Notice   to   Contractors.  COMOX    DISTRICT—Highway Bridge  over   the   Salmon    River   at   Sachs  Crossing, also Highway Bridge., oyer  the  Salmon   River  at    the     Second  Crossing  about  Four Miles  West of  Sachs Crossing, which Sites are distant about Four and Seven Miles, respectively, up Stream from the  Salman   Bay   Wharf,   Johnstone   Strait,  Vancouver Island* B. C; "  Separate  Sealed   Tenders,   endorsed  as above, will be received at the  Department of Provincial Public Works,  Victoria, B. C..up to noon of December  .12 next, for the erection and completion of two bridges over  the Salmon  River.  Drawings, specifications, forms of  contract and tender may be seen in  Room No. 7, East Wing, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C, in the office  of the District Engineer, Court House,  Vancouver, and in the Government  Agent's office, -Cumberland,: B. G., oni  , and after the 28th instant. ■'  j Each tender must be accompanied  | by an accepted bank cheque or certi-  ; ficate of deposit, made payable, to the  Provincial Public Works Engineer, for  a sum equal to ten (10) per cent, of  the tender as security for the due fulfilment of the contract, which shall be  forfeited if the party tendering 'declines to tenter into contract when  called upon to.do so, or if he fails to  complete the work contracted for.  The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them, upon the  execution.of the contract. \  Tenders will not be considered unless made outL on the  forms supplied  land signed  with the actual signature  of the tenderers..  '     ' VA. E. FOREMAN, ,    7  ','''' Public Works Engineer.  .Department of Provincial Public.  Works, Victoria, B. C, Nov. 25, 1918.  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  BUILDEKS AND  CONTEAOTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  Business.Directory and  Buyers5 Guide  When Buying Building: Materia! and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  The Fanner—My son Hiram gets »  good denl o' fun out of automobillug.  The Visitor—But doesn't he own a  machine? r  The Farmer—Of course not. He'a  one o' the county constables.  (-Tt-S-  >e,  W.  Ford  KiS'fft,—B.  C.  13.  Ry,   Tfasting's  St—Mc-  .Laiiirhlin Touring-.  li;S4i;—Kci   ifotta,   .'Ml   Has tings   E.—  Ford Truck.  lUS-J"—3.   W.  Foster,   J 00.1  Cedar  con t—i\I el.angh 1 in  Ton ri ri„.  ! OS-IS—li. A   ii.  .Milling Co-— .Republic  Truck •     .       •-■  ..168-19—F. X. Adams, 614-  Briseoe  'Touring.  1 US'SO—.E.    A'b'e'reronibi  Touriiiy  lCSol—A.  A.   Beaton,  200  Kord Touring-.  1118 5 2—Kelly, Douglas & Co.—Docile Trk  I0S5;i—J. W. Welsh, New West—Gray l>  16S5-1—.AT.  M.  She-wan,   15-11   22ml  Ave  E  Chevrolet Road  16855—H,   B.  Merry WK-ilher,  1 116  Broadway—Willys-O, -Touting. -   •  16S56—W.   H.  Malitin   &  Co.,   Water  St—  '■■Ford  Truck  16S57—L.  Albandos,  770 Union St.—Fo  Truck.  lGSfiS—Hudson   Bay   Co.—Ford   Tourin  168.>3—H.   T.  Ouichon,   Ladner   B.  C.  -llth Ave.  Burnaby—  Kinssu-ay-  1GS79-  1CSS0-  lCSS'i-  16SS2-  icss;-!-  lfSSS-l-  IGSSfi-  ltSSSG-  16SS7-  1G.SSS-  jessn—  Pender St.rE.—  Oufi'erln  St.-  rd  1GS7S—Vonjr Sinw.  25S  Dodtfe Truck.  -J.  .1.  Crossmun.. SO  Studebaker   Tourin  —J.  Thill,  H562  3rd  W.—Hupmobile  Tonriiif?.  -R. .!•".  Wrisrloy,  ")«»  17th  W.—Ford  , To tiring-.  -I.ee'  Hop  Bros.,  &  Co..   MOO  Commercial   Dr.—Ford   Truck.  -Man Rum, 2^(1 George E.—Ford  Truck.  -T.   Kntshuhara,   :!20   Powell   St.—  Maxwell   Tourinp.  -W. Vi. Itiehurd.soii, -12". .Howe St.—  •Ford  Tourinw.  ■ Harrison'" Hot  Springs Co.,  Ltd.—  Ford  Touring.  ■Mrs.   E.   Barr,   lfiflf.   17th  W.—  Soripps-Booth Touring.  ■Simpson-Rulkwell it- Co.,  101  Powell   St.— l-'ord   Truck.  ■Great West. Saml & Gravel Co., N.  Vane,—Little  Giant  Truck  lCSOO—W.  D. Stewart,  f.OS ■Mercantile  Bldg.—McLaughlin    Roadster.  J 6S!H—McClary  M ft,-.  Co.—.McLaughlin  Touring.  1GS92—L.  A.  Mathve.  MS  Gth   E.—l-'ord  Roadster. '  16S!)3—G.   K,   Pratt,   -101   Hastings  St.  W.  Maxwell  Touring.   .  WUY/OF COURSE!  Many a man's  Business has been  ■iiuincd by advertising  (But his competitor  Bid the.advertising).   ,  Powell  St.—  Bldg.  5 til .TV  ■10th  Little  St.  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1C33 GramrKSe St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  S. 3". Trickey  E. E. Elliott  CENTR  ill  SHEET  ETAL  IR  SHEET,  COPPER, BRASS  and  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY, RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING        VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151*4 Pender St. W.  VANCOTTVEH, B.  C.  TIMBER   SALE   X1360.  ! Sealed Tenders will be received by  the Minister or Lands not later  than noon on the 2Sth day of December, ]918, for the purchase' of License X13G0, to cut 25,929,0.00 feet of  fir, hemlock, cedar, spruce, white  pine and balsam on lots 1165, .1167  and adjacent land, Kla-anch River,  Nimpkish   Lake,   Rupert   District.  Four (-4) years will 'be allowedcfor  removal  of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief  Forester, Victoria, jB. C, or District  Forester,   Vancouver,   B.C.  !      AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  Following   Is a  Complete  List of  New  i     Automobile Licenses Recorded for  Vancouver and  District:  FROM   NOV. 9th  TO   NOV. 30th,  1918  No. Name Address Car  1GS11G—National   Produce   Co.,   IMS   Commercial  Or.—Foi-fl • TrucK.  16S37—F.   L,    Ballard,   1024   Main   St.—  Ford  Truck  1GS3S—XV.  R.   Elliott,   250   Kingsway—  Ford  Roadste'  1GS:.!9—J.   Jackson,   37Ra   Kitchener   St.—  j Chevrolet   Touring.  ! lis 40—Mies   M.   Sailer,   2 .".17   Alain.St.—  i       ' Chevrolet  Touring.  i ir.S-ll—M. Shepperd,  1G8  Lornc- St.—Ford  Touring.  I.GS42—-H. Or. EakMi.s, W.H Point Grey Rd.  McLaughlin   Touring.  16812—J. Mackay Smith,'2'.0:'. Pine Cres-  cen t—M c Lau gh 1 i n   Ton ring  lGS-H—Almas   Coal   So..   Smythe  St.—  Little  Giant  Truck.  f ARCHITECTS •  v  jM.y.^-tfv.;.,j,^,j^;.,j.%,if>.'.,j^r.*,.j.(«,.;.  Members of The Architectural  of  British  Columbia.  J6SGG—D.  Tanabe, 21  Giant   Truck.  1GSG1—NT.   R.  Ogden.   62   Lee  Chevrolet  Touring.  1GS62—T.  Nordstorone,  1724  ■'Hupmobile Touring.  1.GS63—A. p. AfcWilJiains,"1316  Willys-O.   Touring.  rOSG-i— C.   R.   Hitchwate.   lfi-19 Parker  —Ford Touring.' "    ,..  L6SG5—-Board  of Pension  Commissioners  ':—l-'ord Touring'.-  1GS66—Mrs. J. Anderson, 10S3 Howe St.          —Briscoe Touring  16S67-—The  G.  W.  NickeMn,   Co.,   Standard Bank  Bldg.—Chevrolet tour.  16SGS—3. Bernie, Ladner, B. C.—Maxwell  Touring.  16S69—H.  Loat,  2331 Victoria Dr.—Briscoe Touring:. -      -  16S70—Richmond   Municipality—Ford-  Truck. ..'-.  16S71—Richmond Trading Co., Steveston  B.C.—Ford Truck.:  16S72—Royal Transfer Co.,  1775—5th W.  —Vim  Truck.  16873—T.  Ebato,  379 Powell  St.—Ford  Truck. ;... _     ,.:.....  16S74—F. VI. 3. Healey, 2050 Quebec St.—  Cadillac Touring.  16S75—L.  Smith,  9S6 Seymour St.—Ford  Truck.  1GS76—C.    Camsell,    510   Pacific   Bldg.—  Ford Touring.  ]gS77—M. S. J,ung, IMS Commercial Dr.  Maxwell   Truck.  ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  nonunion   llltte-Print &  Drafting Co.,  .S3)    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  AKC'IIITISC'TCKAL    TKRKA     COTTA.  Evaiis.  Coleman  &  Evan«,  Ft.  Col. St., B. l!9ttS  O'Nell.  Win.  N.  Co.  Ld..  548  So.vtnour.S. 47!>5  Kitchle   Con.    A    Sup,    Co..    Ltd     Oran.    7.7  ..,   Bridge S. 9162  ASPHAr.T   FK1.T.  Evans,  Co'.emnn  A   Evana,   ft.  Col S. 298(1  The  Ilan-ett Co.,  Ltd.,  10lh& Arbutus  Hay. 03  The   St.111 (lard   I'aint   Co.   of  Canada, Ltd.,  430   Standard   llnnk-Hldff .Sey. 2913  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ceperley,  Rounsefell  &  Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   .' Sey.  7820  BANKS  Home   Hank   of   Canada  S.  S270  BANK,   OPTICE   &   STOEE   FITTINGS  The  Iiiiucs   Brookes  Woodworking Co. .  Ltd.,   1259 bih S.   I-;.,   llurn;iby..\Vcst.  -173  BLUE   PRINTS  Dominion  Blue  Print A   Drafting  Co..  531    Granville   St. Sey.  2497-4670  BKICK—AI.I.  KIN US.  Kvans    Coleman   A   lOvan*.   Ft.   Co!..   S..298S  Gllley Broi..   Ltd.,   New   We«t.,   Phones  15.   1«  W.   .V.  O'Nell A Co.,  Hi Sej. St.,  6. A795--179S  (.'. tchie   Contr.    A   Sup.   Co.,    Ltd.,   Gran.   Si.  Bridge    S.   9162  R.V.Winch  A  Co..  Ltd.,  Winch  B.  S. 279-1944  'HVILIHSO' FBI.TS   ANI»   I'AI'KKS..  Evans,   Coleman   A   Eviim?,   Ft.   Col.,. .S. 29SS  W.  N.  O'Noll  & Co..  C4S  Sey. St„  S. 47J»r>-471'S  The Barrett  Co.,  T^td..  10th & Arbutus  Hay. 63  The  Standard   I'aint   Co.   01   Canada,   Ltd.,  430   Standard   Bank   Bide Sey. 2913  BONOS—SPKKTY.  Ceperley,  Rounsefell  &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   ...' ''. .Sey.  7S20  R.V.Winch  & Co.. Ltd..  Winch  B.,  a. SV9-1B44  CARPENTERS  Di.xon    &   Murray  ..S.  8765- 87<i5  CBS! EST.   .  Balfour,   Guthrie-&   Co...  .5.' 9t9'i-6575  Kvutia. ■ Colom.-in & Evan's, ■ Ft. C'ol.-.S. 1'S.SS  Gliloy B'-os., Ltd., Now West., Phones 15. J 6  W. N.- O'NwIl &'Co..- 548 Ku.v. St., S..479S-4798  Ritchie   Contr.    & ' Sup.,    Ltd..   Granvhlu   St.  Brldpe     55. 916?  R.V.Winch & Con  T-ti:..   Wi\ch  B..  S. 179-1911  CRMKNT  TKSTINO   ANO  ASSAViNiJ.  Hunt,    Robt.   V/.   ii - Co.,    Standard    flank  Bldg. ..S. 2199  CONTKACTOBi-—GKN'ER.W..  Armstronjf,   Alorrlson     *.    Co.,     Ltd.,'    Bower  Big.     .........      S. 1836  CONTKACTOKS— TII.K—TKKBAZZO.  Evans,   Coleman  &'-JSvans,   ft.   Col., .. ..S. 29S8  \V.   N,   r/Nel!   i  Co.,   548 Sey.  rit..  S. 4793-4798  -CKANKH   ANO ■ HOISTS.  (EI.KCTKIC  The Holden Co;, Ltd., 542 Pender St.  W.  Sey.   10G5.  DIES   AND   TOOXS.  Gibbs  Tool''»Sr-Stamping Works,  356  DufTerin   W  Fair. 2176  DRAFTING  Dominion'Blue T'rint it  Drafting" Co.;  531    Granville   St.. ...... ..Sey.  2497-4670  DK1LLS—-rOUTAlti.K    ELKCTKIC  Darliti.T, Frank &  Co..  1J 42 Homer  Street   Th« Holden  Co.. Ltd.,  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs Tool   it  Stamping  Works,  356  Diiflei-in   XV.  MILIWOKK.  The. James   Brooki-s  Woodworking  Ltd.,   i_'59 btli S.   I-.'.,   Bunuiby.  MOTOHS  It.   C.   EluetrUrCo.,   bid   MOTOR   TKTICKS.  Little  Giant  Motor Truck  Co . ,  Keo   Motor  Car  Agency,   Ltd..  Tucker .Motor Co., .83.1   I'eiider  VV.,  MULTIGRAPHING  Dominion    Blue   I'riul   &•■   Drafling  .5.11    Granvile-   St vScy.  OFFICE  AND   STORE  Dixon    it    Murray   . Fair.  217<i  Co.  . West.  473   S.  3004  ..Sey. 331  .Sey. 1860  .Sey.  3565  66  Co..  2-I97-467*  FITTINGS  ...S..S765-  8  OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  Westenr Specialty,   Lid.,   57:2   (".ran.  Sey. 3526  PACKING,    BELTiNO    ANO    MECHANICAL    GOODS  Dunlop Tim &  Itulilicr (Jood.-t Co.. Uil..  ,.844  Caml.'it! .SL  S.  IS-—S.25M  PAINTING  &   PAPER   HANGING  Dixon   it    Murray.  . .. .S. S765-  1'AINTH—-i-'IltE-rKOUF.    •  W. N.  O'Nail A Co.,  5 4S'.Sey.  St. . .S. 4795  I'A > NTS— On iff I'   I*IIOO K.  Colemnn  A  15van«,   ft.   Col S. 2988  Co,  6 4S S(jy.   St.    .S. 4795  nint   Co. 'of Canada,  Ltd  ,i.>u   oi.iini.iru   Bank   Bldg Sey.  PAPEK  •Srullh.   D.iTldson   A. Wrlvht.'" Ltd.,   Uonicr  mid   Uiirle   Sis.   — '.   Evina.  XV.  N.   O'Neil '*  Tlie  Standard   B  430   Standard  S766  •179*  798  '291J  I'AItTITION—T-'JttKI'KOOI  ICvnns, Cnlernan  A K-.«nn    l't. Colum.  Ritchie.-Con. A. Sun. Co.. Granv.   S. 95BS  £42  J53TJGI.ESS    HEALING  W. J. Downia,   D.M.T.  Graduate of American College of  Mechano-Therapy, Chicago, the largest school of drugless healiny in the  world.  928  and  939  Birke  Building-,  Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour  603 Seymour  7248R  Sey. -4100-4101  Pender St. W.  Sey.   J 065.  StUPPLTKH   ..;.._ „...a.' nooo   ...H.j. 1092  1142 Homer  ..^....Sey.  4100-4101  TELEPHONE DATA  S3W HJTSTAItliA'TXOIirS'     -  DECEMBER 6, 1918.  Robertson's   G-rocerv,   i201   Irirst   "West.   Durant, Charles, O., S-1  Hastings West ■.   Atlantic   Hotel,  70  Cordova   VVset....:  ...  Eagle  Timber  Co..   Ltd..   470   Granville- Street ■.   DECEMBEH  7,  1S18.  Rex  Shoe  Store,   72  Cordova   "West   Davis, Morris, 2nd Hand Dealer, 007 Main Street    Bav.   Sey.  ..' Sey.   Sey.   .Sey.   Sey.  CEAWGES.  DECEMBER 6, 1918.  General    Record   Kxchanse,  Robson   Street   Conkey, Robt. A.. Mfg.  Agt.,  KECEMBER 7,  1918.  Home Makers, Ltd..  RI.  Est., from  402 Pender  Roberts,  Victor K.,  Broker, from 207  Hastings  Gramophones,   from   -"21.    Robson  from   170 Granville  to  (J2(!  Pender  to   GO 1   Sev.  \Vest....Si;v.  West  West  to  to  I 16  Homer Sey.  751  Granville....Sey.  2110  r> 11  O f( •* o  2:124  2011  ^r.o.'i  1570  177  1:: 7 «-  ^+piJj^^i£}»\i^^i3y*^A>^^  <t-  <S"-!-'?,,!-,-f1-!-  Institute  VANCOUVER  I  as  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   "WELDERS  Cor.   Alexunder   and   Meatier   Avenue  Phone   Highland   2009  3300  560S   Sey.     662  Mercer,   718   Gran.:  I List.   W Sev.  724  821  Benzie   Jas.  A.,  510 Hast. W Sev.  Bryan &  Giliam,  f.OP   Richards Sey.  Dalton  A  Eveleigh,   615  Hast.   W   Gardiner,   F.   G.   &  Seymour  3072.  Henderson,   A.   Iv.,   615  flonevrnan  A Curtis  Pender  W Sev.  1621  Limes   W.   Kcagev,  2576  2nd   W Bav.  792R  Matheson, Robt. M., 509 Rich...Sey. 503S  Palmer.   Bernard   C,   610   Credit  P'oncier  Rldg _. Sey.  3080  Parr  &   MncKcnzie,  73'i  Gran Srv.   7.SI1  Sharji tSr 'rimmpson, 620 Bender VV. .Sey. 1064  Townley, l-'red L.. 325 Homer....Sej 8013  Twizell,   R.   P.  S.,   S37   Hast.W..Sey   7025  PANTAGE  Three Shows Daily  2.30f-7-OO-9.OO  PRICES 20c -30c  vicrroRiA  A. R. nennell, 1086 St. Louis  J C. M. Keith. Sayward Bid.e....  Sam Maclure. t'uion Bank Bldg.  Lieut.-Col.    Ridg-w.iy- Wilson,    P.eh  St.  ■ 117IRI I   1420 i  ...2K48  House.  BRICK  CONTRACTOR  Chimneytj,  rireplaces,  Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  2085 4;")th Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale  Phone  Eburne   203L2  v  f  I  t  t  *  A  <3>  Jining Machinery  Saw Mill Machinery  Centrifugal Pumps  Steam Pumps  Hydraulic Power Plants  «*»  ♦ Head Office   -   -   -   -   Toronto, Qnt.  I VANCCUVEgi BRANCH OFFICE  I 1063 Pender St., W. Seymour 5710  I  •  %  «2>  A  t  '3'  BLBCTRTOAI^  B.   C.   rioctrlc Co..   tw,   Cil* A r<OiD.  lSii ' IXtMo'si  W.  Darling,  Prank A Co.,  Street   BEKVAXOR CAKS  AND   KNCLOSUKKS.  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bav. 1043  W. N. O'iN'ell A Co.. 543 Sey. St. S. 4795-470»  KHchi*   Contr.   A   Hup.   Co ,    Ltd..   Gran.   St.  ■BHdr*          8. 9163  KLKVATOR8  Darling-.  Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street Sey. 4100-4101  ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue Print  5:   Drafting Co..  531    Granville   St.......... Sey. 2497-4670  F1KE CT.AT  Balfour.   Outhrle   &   Co S.  9197-B575  Evans. Coleman & Evans Ft. C0I...S. 29IS  Gllloy Bros.,; Sew WestmlnBter. Fhonen 15.1«  W. N. O'Nell & Co.. 54S Say. St.. S.4795-4798  Ritchie Cjn. A Sup. Co.. granvl. B&S-.S- 31 CI  R. V. Winch  A  Co..    Vlnch  Bidi'.,  S3.  279-1944  'FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay. 1045  PIKE   EXTI.N<H;igIIA.R   SYSTEMS.  Barr *  Ander<?oa.   1060   Hcmor  St. ....S.  61S0  FLOORING  J.  Fyf6  Smith   &   ro..   1326   Illchardi. .S. 1198  FORGINQS  Westminster   Iron   Workt.   Sen Wor.tmin.-ttcr    Phone 5S  GALVANIZING  Allan    McKelvie  Hng.  Co.,   Ltd. High   1573  GAS    APPLIANCES j  Vancouver  Gas  Appliance  C» 3.    SOI j  GLASS—A1JL  KIN US.  W. N".  O'Noll A Cc . 545 S*y. St..   S.  4796-479?  ha kd Ware  Rronn.   Frasor A  Co.,   Ud..   1130 Homer  St S.  7155  l-'lett, J. A.,   Ill  Hastings VV, Sey. 2327-S  HAHDWOOD   FLOORS  W.  N.  O'N-sil * Co.  54S Spy.   St. . ,S. 4795-479P  J.   Fyfe   Smith   A   Co     LlSfl   Richards. .S. 119«  HARDWOOD LLMUBR  Smith,   J.   F.vfo  A  Co..   1820   Richards. .6. 1196  If BATING—HOT   AIR.    STEAM   AND    VENTILATING  Bailey, E. A.. 10XK Granville St S.   136  ci»rr   Ac    Andsrson,    l«ij0    J-lomer   St...S. 63S0  N'orman   Kydd,   906   Davie   St. Sey.  01SS  HOISTING   ENGINES  Ritchie  Con    A .-?up.  Co..'Granvl.   Bd g.S. 91 fi i  INSURANCE.  Ceperley,   R«unscfell   A   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   Sey.   7320  R.   V.   Winch   &   C».   Ltd..   Winch   Bldg.   Sey. 279-1J44  INTKRIOR   FLNLSII  Evuns,   Colaman   &   Bvuus.   ft.   Col S. iJ*S8  W.   .\\  O'Neil A Co..  5*S Sey.  .<U...S. 4795-479S  Ritchie. Coc. A Sup.  Co.. Granv.   Bdc-.S. Jmi  'IRON   AND   8TKKL—SSTKlCTlltAI.  Can. Northwest  Steel  Co.,  Ltd.  Prince  Edward  St Fair.  2-356-7  Kvan.-i, Colenuin A Evans. Ft Cnl.. ..S. J9XS  <:oii!<hlan. .J. A Sons. World Did.ir.. . .S. ~it'> ,  "•le-iii- C-'in. * fii:. i"n. i-.-anv. Hdp- ,S. 91 f= i  S. M.. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 i..cdar Bay. 1043 I  \V. N. U.Ve;i * Co.. :>4> ;m:/. Si. ..S. 4795-479S |  Vi'i-itmln^lrr   Iron   Works,   Now  Westminster     I'hon* D3 1  IRON   AND   8TKKL—HKNAMK.NT.il..  Artistic  Wire &   Iron   Works.   112-16  DufTerin     St.     V. Fair.  26-lS  Kvans,   Coleman   A.   Evann,   ft.   Cnt S. 29118  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bav. 1013  VV. N. O'Nell * Co., 54S Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  i'.ltrhle Con. As Slip. Co.. Granvl. Bd,*-.S. !Hfi.  WiMtiulnnter   Iron   Works,   New  Wn-ttnin.iter    I'boue 33  KALSOMINING  Dixon    &    Murray S.  8765-  LATrt—MICTAI.  EJvans. Colemap & F.vsns, Ft. Columb. .li.  AV.   N.  O'Nell * Co..  54S Sfty.  St...S. 4735  Ritchie   C.   and   3.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.  LIMK.  lialtour,   Gufirlo   &   Co S.   9197  Kvans. Coleman A Evans. Ft. Columb..S. 29S8  nilley Bros., New Westminster. .Phonos 15. 16  W. N. O'Noll A Co., 548 .J"y. SL..S. 479J.-479S  Ritchie Con. A Sup. C. , Granville. .S. 9162  R. V. Winch Co, Ld.. Winch ildg. .5. 279-1944  LUMBER  Federal    Lumber    Co..    Ko„'«r*    Hldir S. 399A-9  MACHINKRV  riro-.vn,   Frasor  A   Co..   I.t.l..    1150   Homer   rit S.  71.15  DariliiK,   Fra.uk  &  Co.,  1112   Homer  Street     Sey.  4100-4101  XV. N. O'.Nell A Co., ",4S Soy. St. ..R. 4795-4798  Ritchie r-o'n. A Sup. Co.. <;-anvl. nrh»,.S. 9ir.i  The Holden Co., Ltd.,  542 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1005.  MACHINE    WORK  ('.ilili'-.   Tool   A   Slauiviijtf   Works.   .156  llulTerin    W Fair.  217f>  Wcsiralrifltor   trim   Works.   New  Wuntmiiistcr     I'liouo 5.')  MANTKL8—IIRICK,   TII.K   AND   WOOD  Evans,   Colaman  A   Evans,   ft.   Co! «. ZMII  W. N. O'Nell A Co.. 64R S«*y. St. ,.S. -4795-4793  Ritchie   Con.   A   Sub.   Co..   Oran villa. .S. 91 «2  MAPS  Dominion    Blue   Print   &   Drafting   Co.,  531    Granvile    St i . . . Sey.   24')7-4670  MARULK   AND   ONVX  Evana,  Coleman & Bva.ns,   ft.  C<d S. 2988  W.  N.  O'Nell A «o..  641 Soy.  St. 8,   4795-479?  Dominion  5.51    G  Fctlera 1  iiv»ns,  Frtipifr  1 Mvans,  Gllley Bros.,  'Rltchlo- Con.  R.   V.  Ritchie. Con.  Evans,  Ritchie   Con.  The  Standard  430   Standard  Evahs.  Phone 58  9197-ISG7B  . .S. 2988  .279-194:4  _....S.  399S-9  .S. 29S3  Now    Wvst.  .S. 29S8  13d(,'. .S. yI«V  PATTEflMS  Westminster  Iron  Works.   New  W'esliulnster  PHOTOSTATS ,  lllue   I'l-itil   iV   Drafting   Co.,   '  -anvilc   St. Sey.   2497--I67.0  VIC,   IKON   AND   TIN  Biilfour.   Gutliri.j  ,v.   Co.... 3.  Kvans,   Coleman   &'Evans,   ft.   Col..  R.  V.   Winch  A  Co..  Winca -Bid.. .8,  PILING  AND   FOLKS  [,»mber   Co.,   Jtimt-rs    li!d<"   FILJC DRIVING.  Coleman & Kvans,  ft.  Col.  it'ivv.r   Pilu   iniv.r.A.'   Co.,  PII*!C—HKWKR  Colt-man  ,5'ISva.-is    Ft. Colum. .55. 2988  Ltd.,   Now   W'."?t.. . Phones 15. IS  A   Sup.   Co.,   Granville. -S. 9182  Winch & Co.,  Winch  Bid.. .S.    279-1944  i'i.a9tf;r  Ralfour,   Guthrie  A   Co.. . . . .S.  91V7-U67*  Evans.   Colaman  &  Kvai.j    Ft. Coiuin. .S. 29S8  GHiey   Bros..   Ltd.,   N«w West.. .Phonoa l»,"ll  W. N.  O'Nell A Co., 54S Sey. St..    "'  A Sud. Co.. Granv. Bdj  ri.ASTFR   IJOARD  Coleman A Evans,  fi.  Co! S. 29SS  W. N. O'NVIl & Co.. S4S Soy. St...S, 4795-479'  *' Sup. Co.. Granvlllo. .S. 9168  I'r.iitt  Co.   of  Canada,  Ltd.,  <   llhlg. Sey.  2913  PLVSTKK  .PARTITION   ULOCKS  Coleman & JUvans,   ft.  Col.... .S. 29SS  'l»LASTKIt—OitN Kit ENTAL  Coleman A Kvans,  ft.  Col S. 29S8  54S Sey. St. . .S. 4795-47'J»  Sup.Ci.. Granville. .S. 9161  PLUMBING  Bailey, K. A.. ,1033 Granville St... S.   136  And«rson,-vlPbO    Momor   St.. ,6. BIRO  Kydd,  905  Davie St. Sey. 9!tf«  I'NKI/MATIC  TOOI..1  Darling-, Frauk & Co.,  1H2  Homer  Street    :....... ....Sey.   4100-4101  Tho Holden Co., Ltd., 5*2 Pender St.  W.  ■'"'■■■'   , .    Soy.   lOtia.  PRINTERS  Bajrley. A, G. A-.Sons, Ltd..  51G   Pender   W...  Ssy.  ■1:  9 5-479 %.  .S. 91SJ  Evins,      ^  XV. N\ O'Neii i-'Ca,  Ritchie   Con.   A  Batr   &  N'orman  316  •467»  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Dominion   Blue   Print   K:   Draftinp;   Co.,  531    Granvile   St.. . . .... .".'Sey.'   2497  <    ROO1-1NG  CO.HI'OSli'ioN  Kvan.«. Coleman A Krar.r- Ft. ■ .olum. ,K. 2P«S  The'Barrett Co., Ltd., ■ 1'Jth A Arbutus Bay. 63  XV. N. O'Nell * Co.. 34S Sey.. St. . ,S. 4795-4798  RItcble Con. vt Sup. C- . Granville. .S. 91S2  Srullh.   Davidson  &-Wright,  Ltd..   Homer  mil   Davie   Sts ___.,. S.  9083  Tltr: Standard   Paint  Co.  of Canada,  Ltd.,  430   Standard   Batik   nielt;.'.. Sey. 2913  KOOI'ING—SIIKKT VKTAl.  .(See   Cornice   ana  ROOI-'JNG  The Barrett Co., Ltd., iutii i\- Arbutus Bay. 63  Rvnns.. Cole-ma.-i AV Evans Ft. Co.'urn. .8. 29S."  Rfteblft Con. & Sup. C<-.. Granvlllo B...S. 91&«  The   Standard   Paint   G».   of  Canada.   Ltd..  430   St.-mdard    Banlf   Mdg Sey.  2913  ROOFING—WHOLESALE  The   Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada.   Ltd.,  _-'30   St.-tP.lard   Bank   f'.id^... Sey.  271  Sidney   Rubber   Roofing   Co S.   414  Roofirig)  MATKFtl.-VL  10th iV Arbutus  3  49  Balfour.  ROI'K-.MANILA  Guthrie   A   Co..  RUBBER   STAMPS  Basley. A. G. & Sons.  Ltd.  51G   Pender   W   SA FF.S— V.U-1.T  DOO K.-*  W. N. O'Neil ,t Co..  54."  Sey.  St.. .S. 4795-47ft^  SAND    GRAVKL AM)  CRlSirKI)  IjOCK  Evans,   Coleman  A  Bvans,   ft.   Col S. 2988  Gllley   Bros.,   Ltd.,   New   Wert..    "  Kitchle. Con. * Sup. Co..  SASH   DOOR.S.  XV. N, O'Nell J   Co   .,-v.  .->(.. .s. 4735-47i>«  SHEET  METAL  Central  Sheet  Metal   Works   MI INGLE   MA.NI FA ("IT RF.RS  AND   OIUU  (Hee   I/iiin'""'-   trid  SHOW  Dixon    A    Murray S.  S765-  S766  Brans.  Coleman  A   Evans    ft.   Col P. 29S8  W. N.   O'X'dl A  Co..  .-5I.S Sey.  St.. . S. 4795-4798  R.   V.   Winch  A   Co..   tt'inr-b   Bld...S.     279-1944  Gninv.  T?dK. .S. 91 CJ  «   »197-657i  ?ey.     31 j  . .Phones 15. 1«  Granv.   BdK-.S. 9182  WINDOWS.   KTO.  5 IS   S-y.   St . . .S.  4 735-4 7  ■ Sey.  620  Shingles.)  CASES  8766  29SS  -479S  'J 162  -6675  ..   &  Co..   \V  Ritchie, Con. A Sup, I'  .STFKI;—RKI.N'l'ORCING.  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A    ':o S. 9I97-667*  Hvans,  Coleman  &   H!i int,   ft.   Col H. 29S8  Ritchie. Con. A Sup. ' o.. Granv.  Bd  II. V.  Wlnr-h  Xr rn.    Winch  Bl-l  WHOLESALE  The    Barrett    Co..    Ltd.,    lUlb       Ave.  and   Arbutus   St Bay.       ii  Tlie   St'indard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada,   ',,<!.,  430   Stand.-rrd   Bank    -<■;!* Sey. 2913  Sidney   Rubber   Koofirif   Co S. 4l4i»  Vrti  I 12-IC  264,-t  1043  -47»s  :«•• .S. 9('(il  ROOFING 279-ly41  t'-t  w ...

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