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 mm  RECORD,  PUBLISHING   CO.;  Vancouver, Publishers.  ■» (•C-vV..  Covering British Columbia.       \  Vol.   16,   No.   8,   Friday,   Dec.   27,   1918  B ■> '  Biiildifig Materia  Tel. Sey. 4795-6  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  548-550  Seymour St.  Man Is Accounted  - 'Of  ACCOUNT    if    ho    has    a    bank  AOOOTJNT.      No   account    Is    too  small  to receive a courteous welcome at th':j bank.  Honia Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   Kasting-B ' St.  W.  j.   V.  macDONALD,   Manager  GALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1 21 4 Pender St., E. Highland   1573  VANCOUVER, B. C.  xrn-Diuro permits  AMOIWTTOO   TO  8500  OK   OVEB ISSUED  ZLT  THE  TANCOXIVEK  CITT HAIJ. YESTEBDAY  Number  DesoriptloM  Cost  Street  Aclctreao  tot  ana  Blocfc  Subdivision  LrcUttect  Contractor  Addreca  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Budding Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2938  . Clay bur n Fi reb rick,   Special  FT. OF COLUMBIA AV Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced. Steel, Hydrated  Lime, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICH ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General. Electrical Construction  'PHONE  SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER -  WINNIPEG  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock i« the Mo»t Complete on the Pacific Co»it  We are alto Sole   Agents   for   tho  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  h FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  ... .      i   <?..            '                                                                         Vancouver, B. C.  1320 Richard* St.  ======L==  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sole AKent«in Canada Tor  Chicago Pneumatic Too! Co.  'Boyer  R.^tTn? * CrtV^ ^^er.;   Little   **%?'"«> '*"«"*  I  , . Electric-Tool*; J»ock Drills;   Air CompreMO    ,  >•'    ;.'"■;.' _Fu«r*Oil and Gas Engines.  NMtreil, Ttfuti  WWp>f  542 Ftnder St. W., ViMnwirJ. C,  Phtu Sly. 1065  PRINCETON     NOTES. \  The framework for the big" concentrator plant at Allenby is up and the  roof is nearly all on. This makes it  possible for the . carpenter force to  continue work on the inside of the  : building throughout the winter. Thirty  additional men were put to work  yesterday.  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phono Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  PLANS MUCH, ROAD WORK  PORTLAND, Or.—The largest' annual program of road construction  ever presented by the Oregon - state'  highway commission was drafted today, covering practically, every district  in ^Oregon and calling ior^rat- estimated'  expenditure of $3,525,200."  construction of the ways will be started immediately the lease has been  signed.  VICTORIA  NOTES.  • The Foundation Co. announces that  the French government has practically  completed arrangements for the letting  of contracts for the construction of 174  steel steamers which will be built af  the companies' plants in Portland,  Tacoma and Victoria. It is possible  that a shipyard will be established in  Vancouver and Seattle. The order  will approximate $100,000,000.  TO START SHORTLY  ON   NEW  HOSPITAL  VICTORIA—At the meeting of the  Board of Directors of the Jubilee Hospital held Thursday evening, President  | R. S. Day drew attention to the need  S for more hospital accommodation,  > pointing out the increase in population  , and industrial features, and that therefore sickness and accident cases are [already been presented to the various j  Abound to increase in number. |employing associations and of course''  '*». -„  WANT,44 HpU,R^WEE.K.,lJsjlw, „<  ''   " ENGLAND    /"  A very determined agitation has  been commenced throughout England  by-all labor unions, .especially those  engaged on building and construction  work,.for a 44-hour week. This would  mean eight hours a day for five Cays  a'1 week and four hours on Saturdays.  Agreements providing for. these hours  to be effective from January S, many j  cases and February 1 in others, have  FRANK DARLING & GO.  EUMATIC TOOLS  66  THOR  99  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. .4-10O  i.-Z"  *''«iv ^M^ii-^mi;*  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  loaloii, T3ng.  Montreal  Winnipeg-  Toronto  ■Vancouver, B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION -- TESTS -- CONSULTATION  *wmmiM,mfmwjm**M.»+mmt:mmtmmn iwgMBiiirMiiniWiMi —, wwgir«e.iiMfciiiTwnM«»MM—tmm  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES.     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT.   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, IGOl Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  SOS Hastings W.,  .ng Laboratory, Kootn 1601;  Resident  In»prct«-» at Lnrge Manufacturing Centcrt  SOS Hnsting-s W., Vanconvcr, B. C.  Caraent Too tiny Laboratory, Kootn 1601; Physical ToBtins" "daoorfttery. Room Bl  j The Board was of the opinion that'the agreements provide for existing]  ! as soon as the financial situation j wages being continued under the pro-j  'clears, immediate steps should be posed new hours. In one notable case, j  I taken to proceed with the building of; that of the Engineering and Shipbuild-j  I the proposed new hospital. linsr Trades which represent nearly 500,-j  j   1000 employees, a compromise has been]  j     $123,000,000 IN  PUBLIC WORKS      i effected for one year at a 47-hour week, j  j    WASHINGTON, D. C.-Forty of the;    Jn    r rance    where    several    million!  : I larger cities  of the country  are   pre-:women have been engaged on the pro-!  J,'pared to spend ?l22.S5o;0C-0 in appro-;duction of munitions, it is proposed to j  jpriations and bond issues for public-&0 t0 the 44-hour week considerably!  j works and buildings, according to  re-;beUer by instituting a 5-hour tray or al  '■ports made public by the  War Labor : 30-hour week for women workers.  Bud  'Policies    Board.     in   response   to  in- 'nothing has been said about the scale j  quiries     from   the  beard,    which   was :of pay thal win be given. I  .'anxious to learn bow much buffer em-! '  BEAMS, CHAHHZLS, AW0H.ES,PJVATES, TEES, COX.*ffUKS  COMFLETEI.Y XQTTZFFEB TABUXCATIXta  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Fairmont S396 and 2397  4  Vancouver, M. O,  jploymcnt could be provided for returning soldiers and war workers, may-  ;ors ol the various cities reported  ; showing that 12 cities in tho eastern  '■ district were prepared to spend *?4f-.-  ■ *>.W5.">00; ill cities in tho central district. $41,24S.72a; nine ciiie- in the  : western district. ?:!0..-2l.t>00. md  in  the  southern   district,  $-l,.~ ".'7.000  Gilley (Bros-, Ltd  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Ail KinJs of Buildir-i Material  902   Columbia Street]West  Phone 15 and 16  New Westminster, B.C.  fltd  n/lS!hvor!i Contracts  Union   Depot    191G  Can.   Northern   B.ly.   Depot 1917  Calffary Armory   1918  Rossland   Hlg-h   School 1918  TranqulUo   Sanitoritua    1918  Phone Westminster 473  "?  Our steam heated plant enables us  to manufacture Veneer Work at any  season   of  tlio  year.  We uri> now iiiannffitrturlng interior  tlttitiKW for tin.' new H. O. Teleplione  l'.iillcllnS''H lieatl otllce in Austrian  Quurter Cut  Oak.  1269—6th St.,  East Burnaby  SBBSSEGmb*  WHY NOT TAX BACHELORS?  In connection with the enforcement;  of the new Trades License Bylaw  which is to become effective next;  Thursday, the city council has over-;  looked, accidentally or otherwise, one j  possible chance of additional civic;  six revenue. For after all. although Aid.;  Kirk, civic linance chairman, is some-'    what averse to admitting the fact, the {  SHIPBUILDING COMPANY ; city  in  bringing  practically all  trades)  GOING AHEAD WITH  PLANS and   callings   under  civic  license   and;  VICTORIA—The Victoria Machinery , levy is hoping to add another $100,000 j  , Depot  who  has  been  awarded  a con-  to its depleted  revenue.   -In  -Montreal |  ! tract for the construction of four steel \ for the last couple of years  a  tax of i  steamships of S100 tons each have ap-.SlO has been imposed on all bachelors,  plied for a lease for a site on the song-  over the age of 25 years.    It was esti-j  bees  Reserve,  between Hospital  Point  mated that this would bring in an ad-1  and the Cholberg shipyard. jtiitional .^235,000  less  the  cost  of col-1  Plans have already been drawn giv- j led ing   (about  .?34.000),  but  in  actual J  practice it was found tluit only aboui ;  cue-third of the sum estimated was  secured. But even at that proportion  the bachelors' tax provides a substantial item. After all, the majority -of  local building and construction men  furnace shop agree that there are just as many reas-  offers   excel- ons why a bachelor should  pay a  tax  aSfourrGufSir§e  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 STEEL4 BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —   LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE   BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9X97  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  | ing  the   location  of  tho  buildingways  | and the shops that  will be erected in  I connection with  the new undertakiiu.  Provision   is   made   in   trio   plan   for  a plate shop, 100 by 400 feet: a moulding   loft   over   the   pint   shop,   stcrage  tracts in Ihe plate yard,  and   saw-mill.     The   site  lent launching facilities, there being as an architect or contractor who fig-  a depth of IP feet of water at low tide, tire so prominently in the upbuilding  Grading operations preparatory to the.of any community.   We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  IVIARiNE RASLWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  Genera! Scow and Tugboat Repairing  itchie Contracting & Supply Co.  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street  Modern Brick BusBcling  on  conti-aliv located corner lot  $35,000.00 om terms  f}«t   full  particulars  at   the  ofnoe  of  OENEBAI. AD-kmiSTBATION SOOTETY  Credit Ponder B\&g.  _J&0JgaBtlngB Street Wflst_  achine Work  Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Sronwork  'Phone 53  Off Jce sand Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C. mm,  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established  191])  Published   every   Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A newHpapcr of general circ.ul.auoa, featuring Building, Contracting:, Rngiiiceriajr, Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining,1 Automobile, Pre.  vinctal,   City   and   Harbor   Improvements.  c. h. nblson...:managing editor  Office and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lauc,   VANCOUVER  REAR    OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7i#»  Subscription Bates  One month ........$1.0«  Six   months    , ...S5.00  All subscriptions are  payable strictly ia arfraace  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN. C5. Foster  Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075  Specialists in  interior  Finishes  90S Granville St.  OFFICIAL OBOAIT.  The British Columbia Record Is tha  •flicial oryan of Tho Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Royal Architectural Institute of  Canada, and as such is used by them as  tho medium through which to,make their  announcements    to    the    general  ideal trip for the 13. C. men, the complications arise through the' influx of  such a large body of men being discharged here before the machinery for  assimilating them back into civil life  l-.as even got working smoothly.   •  Two thousand six hundred men discharged here all at once is going to  provide the greatest test the western  labor market has ever ,been subjected  to. It is no use expecting that some of  the "gallant discharged men can And  to  the    south,    for  the  by this society, but maintains, an abso  lutely independent' position on all mat  ters mibject to  editorial opinion.  •flicial   _.    .  PUBy'C'Such  .election  the British  Colum-1 jmPloyineilt  tela, Record is  no  wise pledged  to  edi-  United States government is also going  torial   .support   of   any   policy   a^ance*, tQ send back to the pacifl(. some of the  steamships which >vere commandeered  tor , Atlantic transport service, and  naturally they will also bring back  some of the western Yanks to their  homes. It will be too early for framing  operations in the prairie provinces and  besides they will have their own influx  of soldiers to look after.  The problem has got to be faced and  it is one that an immediate ; start  should be made on by all the civic and  provincial organizations concerned. An i  LABOR   MARKET'S   BIG  TEST  r.  Everyone has been talking and predicting what would happen when British Columbia's gallant, soldiers commenced to return from the battle-fields  of Europe at the rate of about 1,000 a  month. Many have been predicting  that  the  labor   market  of Vancouver  made from the Boundary to an eastern  American metallurgical plant.  As the result of improved metallurgical methods, ores of tlie, Rossland  Camp, which have hitherto been too  low-grade' for economic treatment, can  now be handled at' a profit, increasing  the life of the camp.  Le Roi No. 2 Limited, operated by  an English company, is looking better  than'for some time, and is again active. The mine is .being opened to  the 1850; level. A new ore shoot 200  feet long, and averaging 2 ft. 9 in. in.1  width, has been developed in No. 1  Mine. Gold values have increased at  the expense of the copper.  Rossland is assuming an, air of renewed activity following the resumption of full operations at tne mines  of the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company, who promise an Important increase of production. As the  Rossland mines are the largest, gold  producers, their full operation will  bring the gold-production of the province up to around $5,000,000 a year,  of which Rossland's share will be  three-fifths". ;'      ";  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kriise     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.  Stynoor 1551  end the province generally could not _  successfully , assimilate such a large'effort should be made to comb the en-  influx for more than a month without j tire industrial situation and endeavor  Phone Seymour 1978.  creating at least a temporary glut of  the labor market. But now the 100-a-  month average which; the militia authorities expected to maintain for the  "first six months of the New Year promises to be all shot to pieces by the arrival here about the middle of January of the R. M. S. Empress of Asia,  lately commandeered for troop transport, with no fewer than 2,000 British  Columbia troops abroad. While it ^cannot be denied that this method of sending home by way of the Panama canal  and without any transhipment,  is  an  Adklson & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 liwl SL  Sir 37ll--hf.l2ll  to have a list of 2600 jobs, if possible,  all ready for the returned men to go  to as soon as the big some-coming  celebration is over and they are given  their discharge.  MINING  A shipment of chromite,  has  been]  CARTAGE  FIRMS  FIND  TRUCKS  VERY  ECONOMICAL  Cartage men have done much to relieve freight congestion at the terminals, but had they" been compelled to  use teams, the work would have been  exceedingly "slow resulting in greater  losses and a further slowing up of war  time activities. Motor trucks enabled  their owners to haul more freight in  less time and at a lower .cost, and to  work day and night when necessary.  The Carter Russell Company of Char  leston, Mass., purchased a 3*4 and a  5-ton Federal trucks last fall for such  work. This summer they wrote the  makers, that "the trucks have proven  efficient even beyond our expectations.  Owing to the severe winter and the  conditions of the streets, these trucks  have been put to very sever tests.  They have given a full day's work  every day since we had them and  easily took the place of from ten to  twelve horses this winter. We certainly do not know Avhat we would  have done without them."  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Board*, Steel  Cabinet*, etc.  Switches  designed  and   built  for any  special  work. c  41 Alexander St.    -    Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING arad HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue print* for country  installation*  906 Davi* St. Sipior 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  III fart St  S«TrM« Ull  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making Fixture*'  StpMr 1163 73S Irfmckm St.  nmm^mwmy-r-yamMmimwmMBmm—mBWBMmmmwmmm—mmB^mmmMBMmmm—mmMB^mmn  I ^  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Credit-FoncJer BWf. Vaoctmwr, B.C-  Bamberton Cement  ,.■:.'.-■ i ' * •■'■'.'��.■  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs :< ',  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570 Richards St.  Then*   Btynoir   175  J  Bulldos Cable  Pacific Lime  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BC-ELECTRIC-  service  24  HOURS  A  DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5300   and   have   or., representative   call  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  Vasoeover and Victoria  NEW WORK - CONTRACTS LET  THE    POII.OWINO   TABU   SHOWS   BTJU-DIBTOa    COSTIWG    95,000    OB    OVEB,    OI7    WHICH     CONSTRUCTION     IE  UNDEB WAY, OB OUT WHICH CONTRACTS HATH BEEN "LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STABTED..  /*■  use  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Richards SL  Seymoir 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers      *  Seymour 3535  601 Pacific BW|.  —\  Hodgson & Kins  Contractors & Engineers  Seyaow 6506  403 louden BWg.  Character     1 -  .Coat  Residence $7,58*  Tuberculosis   Clinic       47,130  Grain   Elevator       70,000  Church    . ..   35,000  Commercial   Bldgs   25,000  Residence   '.      9,000  Residence  .   10,000  Residences    each    4,000  Brick ' Building   Bungalows   :      6,000  Residence      7,000  Mill   Warehouse $5,000  Itesidenco       7500  Bungalow       7595  Remodelling    Kuilding     ;    10,000  Residence       X $5,000  I'owdered   Fuel    Plant $39,000  Brick   Bldg    5000  'Welling         5,000  Warehouse      8,000  Residence .'        8.000  '"ternodel   Boarding   House $5,000  Two  Story   Brick    $20,000  Residence $10,000  I  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Kan SL Snyowr 4878  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  BOS Metropoffiu BUj.  Seymoir 1274  RUSH & READ  "PLAIN      AND       ORNAMENTAL  PLABTEEINO    &    CEMENT    WOEK  All  Work  Guaranteed.  !J:.ty.  '.','.',10  Uay.   1G»2-K  2306   Stephens  St.  Character _  Coat  42-Mile   Kxtension     300,000  Ilastings-Barnet   Road       Government    Shed        Bridge  (2  span)      Lining   Tunnel     250,000  Reconstruction       160.000  Nitrogen  Plant       125,000,  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Railroad      1,000,000  Infirmary   and   Sorvice   Bldg; $151,236  Bridge        Bridge  1'ulji   &  Saw   Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Cold Storage tt Cannery $-150,000  Residence        5,000  VANCOUVER  "Laeatlon         ..    Owner  ShaiijfhneiMy   Mei»hts F.   A.   Dietrielc  Pendar Street   Rotary Clul»  Beaca Ave Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160  Georfia St... First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview  and  Point   Grey.. University of  B.-'C.  Shaughnessy  Heights    S.  J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    G. AV.   Tornroos  Angus  Ave... ..  . .Macaulay  &   Nicolls  Seymour  St B.  C.  Tel.   Co.  -Wagee .Allan   &   Richards  2S75   Alder   Street ' A. ,R.   McFarland  236     Smythc.      Van.    Milling   &    Grain    Co.  1506 Trafalgar  W. A. Cantelon  1435  loth Ave. W...... H. D.  Christie  Cor.  Davie  and  Granville Sts.. Geo.  E. Trorey  S.E.    Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane  Powell  St ...1!.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  131   Hastings   St.   E Pcmbcrton   &   Son  1946   11th Ave.  VV John  T.  MacDonald  Industrial    Island     Crane,    Ltd.  Shaughnessy  Heights P.   W.  Raccy  14 17  Barclay St Confed Life Ass'n  92-9S  Pender  K...  Mrs.  Chance  Wong Co.  Shaughnessy   ITgts Clarence   Wallace  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Location      Owmi  Clinton     P.G.E.    Railway  Hastings  St.   E   Victoria         Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North    Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzen.. Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain 1$.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chu* Queen   Bess   Mining   Co.  Princeton  t»  Copper   Mt. ...B.   C.  Coppor  Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Coraox Dist. ..Prov. Govenn't  14nglr»*»man's River, Alberni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveslon     Dom.    Government  Clnyoquot. . . .Clayoquot Cold Stor. St. C«n. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather  Archt ..._ _ _„.. Contr.  Prod L. Tnritley  S.-J. Newitt  J. A.   Benzie ....Baynes  &  Horie  H.  H.   Gillingham    Owners  Matheson & DeGuerre Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson  .S.   N.   McLeod  Jas.- A.   Benzre S.  J.   Newitt  Jas.   A.   Benzie. .' S.  J.   Newitt  A.  E.   Henderson  .S.  J.   Newitt  Owners Adkison  &  Dili  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fred.    L.   Townley John    B.   Sterling  A.   E.   Plenderson D.   &   W.   Gray  Fred L>. Townley  Day Labor  H. D.  Christie  .....W. J.  Read  Gardiner  &   Mercer. Harrison   &   Lamond  Fred   L.   Townley G.  >M.   Cham])ion  Fuller   Engineering   Co.. Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.  J. "H.    Bovvman Baynes   &   Horie  .     Owner  Owners     Dixon    &    Murray  las.   A.   Benzie S.   J.   Newitt   H.   K.   Glass  E.  E.  Blackmore   Edgar  Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J. Newitt  ELASTiGU  The  Tough,  Elastic,  AdhtBiva  Cement  (Ready  for use.)  FOR YOUR  ;?  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 68  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  ADAM  JACK  Brick  Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Arch  Contr.   Northern    Const.   Co.      Cotton Co.   R.   Moncrieff   Armstrong,   Morrison   &   Co.,   Ltd   Carter,   Halls  &  Aldinger   Hodgson &  King  Owners  .   Owners  Owners        Owner   W.   P.   Ticrney  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wks  Dept.. .Robertson  &  Partners  Prov.   PuV   Wks.   Dept Wm.    Greenlec3  .     Owners  PuWIc  Wwts  Dept Hodgson   Sc  King      Owners  Owner  S.  J. Newitt  Telephone  HlKhland 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  H. A. Wiies  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • etb Ate. W. BayrUw 2278  :.,-__^_r=L-i; , —,   ,,     ,.■     ;..    ,,—JffiESil  ssessEfOcrss9rsssssB  rss  ARMSTRONG,  , LIMITED  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  PILING:*™ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  'run   ;  a^njutu&mmj  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in British Columbia.    Tha papar 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.  iSSmSiSSS  ;^.7i.i.r-.)-lryiA.l„l^au-^aiu< :mm  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  Right  Prices  "-Wearwell"  "Points.    Shingle   Stains,  and "Anti "Damp" preparations.  W. S. HABTEY H7Q. CO.  1083 Oranville St. Sey. 3497  \  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  ""3  SHIPPING AND FOREIGNTRA  fat Esquimau undergoing repairs and  expects to start Saturday again. Meanwhile, the war chargers aTJroad' have  been literally "eating their heads off."  651 Pender St. W.  Seymoor 3053  ,  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  The,   steamer War    Charger, while  perhaps the most fortunate of any of  the fleet of  big  cargo-carriers  which  i';as been turned out from the Coughlan  yards so far in the matter of getting a  cargo  for  her  maiden  voyage   before  she had even finished her trial  trips,  has proved the most unfortunate in trie  matter of mechanical mishaps.    After  undergoing   extensive   interior alterations to enable her to take a cargo of  artillery horses'and officers, units  to  Siberia  she   was   forced   to  put  back-  after having proceeded about 300 miles  from  Victoria.    The  trouble lay with  the   poor, quality   of   coal   provided,  which would not have taken her across  the  Pacific  to Vladvistok.    This  was  remedied by putting in better coal and  she started again only to fe forced to  put back the second time to Victoria  owing to some minor ■mishaps to her  machinery.    The War Charger is now  The Spectator Company, New York,  has published a valuable referred book  entitled "Fire Insurance Inspection  and .Underwriting," by Charles C. Dom-  inge-and Walter O. Lincoln, which can  be used to advantage by those engaged  in fire or marine insurance, or wno are  otherwise inferested in knowing the  fire hazards of various chemicals, processes and materials used in manufacture or in commerce. In addition to  such information, the book, which is  encyclopedic in form with subjects arranged alphabetically, contains definitions, of numerous words and phrases,  used in the insurance business.    ,.  The work is designed as a practical,  every-day help to fire and marine insurance men of all classes,  rnciudins:  agents,^  brokers,   inspectors,    counter  men, map clerks, examiners, etc.  WHY, OF COURSE!  Many a man's  Business has been  Ruined by advertising  (.But Ms competitor  Did the advertising).  FOREIGN TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding  these inquiries .may he obtained from  tho. Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "Tho  Commercial Intelligence, ranch of tho  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Ite-  uest for' each opportunity should be oh.  a separate ahee-t and state opportunity  number. '/The Bureau does not furnish  credit rating's or assume responsibility  as to the" standing1 of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  In  all   cases.   :'- ■  •■'■;.'..■;" " .:...•  . ■■,,.:.  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Onminontal Iron Work and  alZ kinds  of Wire Work.  112-16   Dufferin   St.  Fair.   26-IS  T*=  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  .C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  ._—,—, 1 .        ■  will find the  ORPHEUMCAPE  an. ideal meeting'place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  Moderate . Charges. Seating  capacity  250.  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas.'Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  G. Kilgren  General Contractor  962 14th Ave.  Fairmont 9461  SERVICE  CARS  RENTS COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  739 Hastings bt.' W. Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  63(5 DAVIE STREET VAriGOUyER. B. C.  *i*V'  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  are 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 is 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.  We guarnnt.ee 50% lower operating cost than any other Truck on the market.  "We vaporize the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into the cylinders.  Your service work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  at no Cost to you.  I  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Seymour 331 Granville at Pacific Vancouver  "LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  The following inquiries are. the .latest  received. I-'or rapid perusal the reader  may know. at a fiance items of interest hy" rioting the class of goods mentioned   at   the  end   of  each   inquiry.  IMPORTANT—Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.   .  ■ ■  S17... Representation In England.—A  business man who is at present directing a manufacturing business for war  requirements in England proposes to  visit Canada as soon as possible after  the termination! of the war with a view  to making connection with Canadian  firms who desire to sell their products  in   the  United  Kingdom,  818.■■■•'A New Zealand firm wishes to  secure 2,000 reams of paper, 13 inches  by 8% inches. Samples of paper can  be obtained from the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Department of  -Trade ..and Commerce, Ottawa.' Tenders  to be submitted not later than December 4,  1918. '   '  ■ 810. Grain and 3?ood Products.—An important Italian firm at Palermo with  connections in all Italy are anxious to  hear from Canadian companies prepared  to . export, to Italy after the war grain  and- general, food products.  820. Agricultural Machinery.—-A well-  known Milan firm wishes to hear from  Canadian manufacturers of all kinds of  agricultural machinery for after-the-  war trade. :" This company has already  handled   Canadian   machinery.  821. Material for Constructing Motor  PloaghB.-*-A first-class Milan firm manufacturing motor ploughs and other machinery would be glad to receive from  Canada'any material entering into the  constructing of motor  ploughs.  822. Agricultural Machinery.—A large  firm importing agricultural machinery  in Milan would1 welcome correspondence  and -catalogues with reference i to obtaining supplies  from Canada.   :-;  . 823. iA...London firm wishes to get into  touch with Canadian manufacturers of  casein. .   .. ; .  824. A Dublin firm/of general wholesale: merchants indicate a good postwar market in Ireland for articles of  CahaVran"' manufacture, and would like  to get into touch now with firms open  to enter into business arrangements  with them.  E25. A Swiss merchant in London  wishes to get into communication with  Canadian manufacturers, produce shippers, etc., able to enter into relations  for  export   trade   to   Switzerland.  826. "EnameUed Ware.—A London firm  asks to be placed in correspondence with  Canadian" manufacturers of enamelled  ware, and 'more particularly those who  have studied the requirements of the  United Kingdom market and can Supply the patterns in demand there. (Prohibited at present.)  827. Table Glassware.—A London company asks to be placed in touch with  Canadian manufacturers of table glassware, of which they are open to purchase in large quantities. (Prohibited at  present.)  828. Collapsible Metal Tubes.—A London firm desires the addresses of Canadian manufacturers of small collapsible  metal tubes as used in connection with  paint, tooth paste, etc. (.Prohibited at  present.)  829. Dried Milk.—A London firm inquires for the addresses of Canadian  manufacturers of dried milk, of which  thev seek large quantities.  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  Red Seal Motor, Timkeh-  David Brown worm gear-  on. all models. Brown-type  transmission, Spieer universal joints.;!  X Two, three.and,a.half and. .  five-ton capacity.'   U<    -  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  ''t"t">»|-t-|»tH|WtW(,». ♦*»•"•»*«•'»•■ ■«»•«■«..»«.»-«*»».»  BRUOIiESS    HEAX.XNO  W. J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MR. BUSIHESS MAN  It will pay you to investigate my  methods and treatment if you want  to  keep  fit.     See  next  advertisement.  928 and 929 Birks Building,  Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour 603 Seymour 724SR  j Business  j Paper  Advertising  The Buying Power per Subscriber Represents an Infinitely Greater Sum than the  Buying Power of Any Other  Class of Publication, Because  Eachv Buyer Purchases for  Business and not for Private  , Consumption  Items below have been published  In these columns heretofore, Tout are  carried for ready reference for a few  days pending the pubUcation of later  inquiries.  (6)  (7)  (S)  (0)  (10)  11)  12)  (13)  (H)  Japanese firm desires to establish  connections with firms handling  beans and marine products of various kinds.  Montreal firm asks for firm names  of reliable importing houses handling Australian produce, such as  currants and honey.  Japanese firm desires connection  with importers of menthol-cone  and peppermint oil.  Mexican firm of shippers, brokers.  and manufacturers' agents desires  to establish relations with houses  In   Vancouver.  Mexican manufacturing concern  desires addresses of lirms in Canada who could use their manufactured products, which are bags  and   rope.  Han Francisco house is in the market for wood-pulp.  Mexican firm asks for quotations  on Canned salmon, rolled oats (in  packagos), tongue-and-groove lumber.  Japanese firm desires to establish  connections with Vancouver importers who would Import beans,  rices, oils, chemicals, manufactured   goods.  Japanese firm desires to import  fertilizers, light and heavy chemicals, dyestufi's, iron and steel products, metal wares, stationery,  paper of all klndfl, cotton and woollen piece goods. They are also  prepared to export all the usual  Japanese   linos.  Induction  Motors  •••*•■••••-*••••*>#«•*••  AT YOUR SERVICE.  1  j If you want to reach the man who  J buys Building- Materials, Machinery,  I Hardware, Electrical aitd Plumbing  L supplies, Moto* Trucks, Iron and  i Steel, etc., it will pr.y you to be repro-  i seated     In     tho     British     Columbia  • Record.  T The British Columbia Record is'  j tho only building- and construction]  : newspaper  In  British   Columbia   con-j  * suited every other day by Contrac-J  itors, Engrine^rs, Architects, Building I  J Material "Dealers, Shipbuilders. "tiuni-J  J ber Mills,  an<JI "Mining- Companion.       J  ©Vote  44-0 Volts  O© Volts  Large Stock  Quick Delivery  Canadian General Eiecfric  Seymour 5710  1065 Pender St. W.  Ias= 35  ■fc>  7"  T"  T~  im  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  printers;  BARR & ANOER  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  AGLEY  ENGRAVERS  and  DNS Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS  i^nmxwmmmmmmmami  SEY  PROI*OSALS   WANTED  MISC2I.LAWEOTJS   PROPOSALS  Plans are being completed lor a large,  residence at Shaughnessy Heights by  Architect Edwardes Sproat, ,306 Duncan Building.*.-The house will be erected   in   Pine 'street,-for   "Mrs.   V.   J.  Creeden.   The building is designed on  simple    English    architectural    lines,  adapted  to western   conditions.    The  parte cochere forms part oC the roof  and assists in giving the composition  a. picturesque   effect.    Windows   are  long  casements, painted   brown, with  grey  stucco  walls.    Interior  arrangements  show  the-usual  public   rooms  grouped round the entrance hall, with  the addition of a conservatory adjoining tho living room.   Estimates will be  called for in a few days from selected  contractors. '    '  "BA GLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,    RUBBER   AND   METAL  STAMPS;   METAL   CHECKS,  TIME   CHECKS,  KE*   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF  ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRWE&  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  DISAPPOINTED  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, Mffr.  WHARF BUILDING,  BR.DGES,  PBLE FOU^DATSONS,  ETC. •  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General Towing  324 FrontSt   •     " New Westminster  Telephone 1015  TIMBER SALE X1360.  Sealed Tenders, will be received by  the Minister of ■ Lands not later  than noon on the 2Sth day of December, 1918, for the purchase of License X13G0, to cut 25,929,000 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 allowed for  removal  of timber.  '   Further   particulars   of   the   Chief  Forester, Victoria, (B. C,   or District  Forester,   Vancouver,   B.C.   .  BUILDERS AND ,v  CONTRACTOES  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We  Sey. 3315  Design  and Build  511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  :rs^Giside ;       ;  When Buying Building: Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  Bill Bird—What's up, Bruin?  Bruin—Why, hang it I Here I've  been trying to commit suicide for the  last three hours, and • that amateur  hunter can't hit the side of a house.  DIXON & MURRAY  : MANUFACTURERS OF  *    ■   'i  SHOW CASES. OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS ;  GENERALICftRPENTER WORK  PMNTINS, PAPER HAHfi-  INS 2nd KALS0MINING  Sey. 8765      Ssy. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  A. BAILEY  Piumbing  and  Steamfi&sng  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  Following  Is a Complete List'pf  New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  ,  Vancouver and District: •  FROM   DEC:  1st  TO DEC. 20th,  1918  No. Name Address Gai  16894—Sen'po   Tuchiyo   997   KeeCer   St.,  Tudhope   Truck'.   -  16S95—W.   R.  & J. W.  Heard?! New  West., Studebaker Tour.  16S96—J.   Hawke,   Eburne.   Ford   Truck  16S97—G.   Smith,   1G00   3rd  AV.,   Oakland  Touring.-,  1CS9S—A.   P.   Slade  &  Co.,   Water   St.—  Ford   Roadster.  1GS99'—D.   M.   Snow,    1S57    Union   St.—  Ford   Roadster.-  1C900—Kathryn   McMillan,   25th   St.  W.   Vane,  Ford  Roadster.  JG901—A.   B.   Richards,   New   Westminster—Maxwell   Touring.  16902—C.   F.   Lyon,   Sapperton,   B.   C.—  Briscoe   Touring.  16903—G.   R.  Martin,   New  Westminster  —Ford  Roadster.  16904—J.   13.   Loney,   Cloverdale,   B.   C.—  Maxwell   Tourinpr.  16905—J.   Smith,   Cloverdale,   -"B.   C.   —  Maxwell   Touring. !-  16906—J.  A.  Savage. New Westminster,  —Maxwell   Touring.  1G923—E.   M.   Smith,   New   Westminster  .—McLaughlin  Touring.  16921—Leonard   Wilson,   New   Westminster'—Ford  Truck.  16025—S.   H.    Fairweather,   New   Westminster—McLaughiiu     Touring.  16926—1-i.   A.    MacDonaid.    ClororJnle-r  Ford   Tonrirss.  16927—Mrs.  K   Crai{;ie,  Edmunds—Ford  Touring.  1G028—E.   Giroday,   New   West.—Ford  Truck.  16929—J.   I-I.   Quartly,   Clayton,   15.   CV—  Ford   Touring.  16930—Swift    Canadian    Co,    Sapperton  —Ford   Truck.  16!).".l—D.    Hr-f-n-Tier,   Nv-.\v   Westminster  —Ford   Truck.    "  16932—W.    Lord.   New   "Westminster   —  Inter.   Hiu-v.   Trtiek.  1700S—Hudson   Bay   Co.—Studebaker  Truck.  17009—Offlcfc   Specialty   Co..   611   Render  St.— Ford   llondstHV.  17010—Helena lv.  Mcintosh.   615   l'Uli   W  —Chevrolet   Touring.  17011—F.   Collins.    1104   Granville   St.—  Ford   Chassis.  17012—A.   W.  Rarnuin,   1092 Wolfe Ave.  — Cadillac  Touring.  17013—Can.  (.• ir & Woodyard. 1S16 Gran.  Little   Giar.t    Truck.  17014—L.   Porter,   Marpole,   B.   C.—Ford  Truck.  17015—M. Kothstein,   102.1 Main St. —  a Scripps-Booth   Touring-. .  17016—Mrs. E. M. Gray,  1S63 5th W. —  Ford Touring.  17017—C.   Anderson,   1545   Main   St.  —  Ford   Truck.  1701S—Lee  Tee  &  Co.,   51   Pender E.  —  Ford Chassis.  17019—L.   W.   Embrce,   New  West.—  Studebaker   Touring.  17020—Center <fc Hanna,   1049  Georgia  St—Packard   Ami).  17021—Geo.   H.  Morris,   4313  Millar St.  Willys   Touring.  G.   i".   iliyashi,   110 ' Dunlevy  Av.  —l-'ord   Truck.  •T.   II.   Bailey,   Cor.   Hastings   &  Granville  St.  Brown   Bros.  & Co.,  21st  Ave.  &  Main—Ford   Chassis.  17025—Wood,   Vallace   &   Leggat,   Little  Giant  Truck.  17026—J. E.  Matthews. ,945  Jervis  St.—  Ford Sedan.  17027—J.  O. Lee,  431  Columbia—Ford  Truck.  17028—Imperial   Oil   Co.,   Smythe  St.  —  White  Truck.  17029—W. Reelie,  3962 Pender St.  E. —  Ford   Truck.  17030—S.  Minichiello,   567   Union   St.  —  Grant  Truck.- ,   .-  17031—G. M. Perkins, 371S 12th W. —  Ford  Touring.  17032—McLellan,   McCarter  &   Co.,   1605  loth   W.—Chevrolet   Truck.  17033—G.  11.  Gorges,  English  Bay  Mansions—McLaughlin   Touring.  17034—Can.   Root.  Dollar  Co.,  Dollarton  —Ford  Touring.  17035—S.  C.  Elmer,   1627  Granville —  McLaughlin  Roadster.  SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS.   '  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba!: Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories and a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may,be leased for a term of twenty-one'^ years al  .n annual rental of $1 per acre. No  .nore than 2,560 acres will be, leased  to one applicant..,  Applications   ror  a   lease   must   be  made   by  the  applicant  in  person   to  of   tho   dis-  applied for  17022-  17023-  17024-  the Agent or Sub-Agent  trict in which the rights  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal sub.  divisions or sections, and in'uusurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for shall  be'sta'ked out by 'the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 55 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchant  able output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity-of merchantable coal mined, and pay the royalty- thereon.. If the cool mining  rights crt, not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coaV'min-  Ing rights only, but the lessee may'be  At the rate of $10 per acre. ,:  For- full information application  Bhould be made to the Secretary of'the  Department of the Interior,' Ottawa];''or  to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORT,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  •Dominion  Blue   Print At Drafting Co.,  -v     531    Granville   St  .Sey.  2497-4670  ;   ARCHITECTURAL    TERRA     C'OTTA. '..•'.'  Bvans.  Coleman & Evani, Ft.. Col. St., S. 2988  O'Nell.-Wm. .N.  Co.  Ld.,  548  Scymour.S. 4735  Ritchie    Con.    A   8up;    Co.,    Ltd   "Gran.    L':.  : Bridge   . ...   .;.........-......   ....   8. 3102  ".'■•'' ASPHALT' I'"KLT.  Evans,  Coleman & Evan«,   tt.  Col.... .S. 2988  The Barrett Co., Ltd.,  10th & Arbutus Bay. 63  The  Standard  Paint  Go.  of  Canada,  Ltd;,        '  430   Standard .Bank   B.Uljf... . . /. ,.Scy.- 2913  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCC.  ' X  Ceperlcy,   Rounsefell  &   Co.,   Winch  Bldg. .  • • • • «:  ......:.. ■;. -, . Sey.  7820  BANKS ,  Home   Bank  of   Canada....  ..S. 5270  BANK,   OFFICE   8c   STORE   FITTXNOS  The James  Brookes Woodworking Co.  Ltd.,  1259 6th S.  IC,  Burnaby. .West.  473  BLUE   PRINTS ■'.,'■■  Dominion  Blue Print &  Drafting  Co.,  531    Granville   St ". ...Sey., 2497-4670  BRICK—ALL KINDS.  Evans    Coleman   *   E-vana,   Ft.   Col..   «. 2988  Gilley Bro».,. Ltd., Now  West.,  Phones-15.  16  W,   N.   O'Nol! & Co.,  .48  Sey.   St.,  S. 4796-479S  I... tenia   Contr.   St   Sup.   Oe.,    Ltd..- Gran.   St.  Bridge     S.   31ii2  n.V.WInch   tt Co..   Ltd..   Winch   B.   8. 279-l<>44  BCILDIXfi   FKLT8   A\I)   I'APEKS.  Kvans,   Colarnan   &   Eriinn,   Ft.   Col.,..S. 29SS  AV.  N.   O'Nell  A  Co..  5<S  Sey.  Rt,.,  S. 479r,--17:.<  The Barrett Co., Ltd.,  10th A Arbutus   Bay. 63  The  Standard  Paint   Co.   of  Canada,  Ltd.,  430   Standard   Hank    IJIdif. Sey.  2913  BONOS—SCHbTV.  Ceperlcy,  Rounsefell  «ffe   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   Sey.   7820  R.V.Wlnch  & Co.. Ltd.,   Winch   B.,  S. 3<9-19J4  CARPENTERS  Dixon    &   Murray S. 8765-  8766 i  -. :s. soor  ..Sey. 331  ..Scy. 1860  . .Set.  3565  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs  Tool  &  Stamping  Works,  356  Dufierin   W.   . .................. fair. 2176  Mii,j.vros,js:. .'■■-.  The James  Brookes  Woodworking Co.  Ltd., 1259 6(h S.  K.. •Burnaby..;.West.  473  '     vtreaiioGniwnnsa  Central  Ptihlie Stenographers,  Mimeographing-, 41 1 Dominion Bldg-.,-Sey. 5078.  M0T0R3  11,: C.   Electric  Co., -Ud..._-.,._....„„ ...  ■;■•-,'■■ MOfOB   TBVCKS.  Little  Giant'JMotor Truck'Co....,  l?eo   Motor1 Car Agency,   Ltd   Tucker Motor'Co.,  833 '.Pender W..  MULT1GRAPHING  Central   Public   Stenographers;   Mlmo-  ofrrapiili:K. -11 4Dominion Bldg., Key. S078  Dominiyii   l!lue   I'rint   &■ Drafting   Co.,  53L  Cranvile   St .Sey.   2497.4678  OFFICE  AND  STORE  FITTINGS  Dixon   A-   Murray; S. 8765-  8766  .OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &   PRINTING  Western   Specialty,   Ltd., ,5"'i  Gran.  Scy. 352S  PACKING.    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   GOOD*  Dunlop Tlru & lluliber Goods Co., Ltd.,  H-t-1   Camtflcv St.    ...._  g,  13 S.25JI  PAINTING  &   PAPER   HANGING '"  Dixon   &    M .irray S. 8765-  S766  l'.\ I STS—J" J KJS- i'ROOF.  W.  N. O'Noll A CJo„  64S S.o. .Si. ..S. 4795-479*  TAINTS—n.iaiV  I'KOOt'.  Er*na, Coloman & Evans, ft. Col.... 8 29S8  ?,m" "^ °'S,ii'1 * Co. 54h S(,v. St. ..S. 4705-4798  1 he  fit.-MHlard   Paint   Co.  of Canada,   Ltd  430   Standard   Bank   l',U]m Sey.'  PAPER  ^luhli.   Diirldion   St Wrltht.   Ltd.,   Ilomor  ami   Llavli;   St3   I'ARTITfOX—IlKEI'ItOOJ?  iCviins,  Coleman  St Evans    l't. Co!urn.  2913  ..S. 95SJ  Co.,  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. S. C  S. J. Sriolcey  Phone Soy. 136  Ro». Bay. 77  E. E. Elliott  Ford  White  Co'itiitlatn—  AVeat-  mML SHEtT ■' META  V  m  mt  siS  SHEET,  and  COPPER;  BRASS  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620     l5lYz Fender St. W.  Vii-NCOTTVER, B.  C.  .  100.':.1—J.   Lon.\v,   Hlsin.   C.   f  To u r i rue  U;0:)i—Campbell   Rive r   l.l.r  Icook—i-'ord   Toiu-ir.  16!)3"i—R.   E.   OiiuP-r.   Port  I'ord    TriifU.  lnnnO—CiUcy    Kro.« ,    Ltd.,    Xov-  nimstt-r—P;ickard   Tr.i(•!■:.  lfion:—llmno   &   Unml/lr.,   New   West-  minstf r—Ford   1 toadsU-r.  ICfl.'JS—.lames \-  McCMiyhiin,  New "West.  — \'im    True!-..  1C!).*5')-- nrnkmiin    &    Kcr,   New    West-  Vim   Truck.  j CO JO—W.   II.   Miller,   New   West.—Ford  To::rinrr.  Ifirwi—p.    Orindley.    New    Westminster  —Ford   Tour its j?.  IG94 2—r>.   M.   rrrirtnpll.   Hammond,   B.C.  —Olds  Tourincr.  17001—McLennan   &   McFcpley,   H9   Cordova  ]•:.-—I'ord   Roadster.  17001'—S<->.   Var",   Mun^-i.-alUy—S'ord  Rividstrr. ' I  l'Tnos—IL   }J.   W.-K-h.   Ki-w   'W.-.-tmitister !  —f'rav-Do'-t    Tourinjr. I  17004—oiive m. :.roi—it), fiuj  nth w.— !  —l-'ord    Roadster. j  ITOOT.—A.   Powl'ref.,   1101 Hastings   E.   —j  ['.risco"   Totirinq-. j  17006—Re.vtninre   Mf«.   Co.,   Parker   and!  C.for^'e   St.—Maxwell   Truck. j  17007—Ilndson    Ray   Co.,—Studebaker  Truck. j  I ARCHITECTS -• |  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW XHSTA^r&ATICrS  'DEC.  16,  1918.  A. & M. Taxi Co., Taxi Cabs, 321 Abbott St   MacLeod, .John  II..  Barristers,  837 Carrall   Rainier   Taxi  Service,   Taxi  Cabs,   307   Carrall ...:   Brown, Philip P., Consulting- En?<.,  G26  Pendei   W '".   Hotel Rejrent  Bar, Hotels, 140 Hastings E.....'..:...:....   CHA-WOES.  Pan-I'acific Corp. of Canada,  Ijtd.," Importers and  Exporters,  from  Hastings   W.   to  626 Pender  W ...  Sano, K., from  2."i.'!!i iVIain  to 22»2 Commercinl   Dattery Mouse, The. Electric Storage Batteries, 80S Pender W., i  from  Sey.  2172  to   ;.... •-■-  Walsh,  Thomas A. & Co.. Engineers, from  207  Hastings   W.  to  , -.Sey.   Sey.   Sey,  .....:Sey.  SS77  S51  908  893"  .: ..-..Sey. 77730  207  ......Sey. S7   High.   24  hanjied   Sey.  i  Aiex-      Sev.  47  34  98  1SS1  1 50 Hasting St., VV.  'Phone Scy.8600  *+21 .*• ,c, ^«' s> .*. ^» ^*. <t*.  Mcmhoi'B  of The Architectural Instltuta  of  British  Columbia.  VA2TCOTTVE3  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   C2TT   WELDERS  Cor.  Alexander  and  Heat ley  Avenue  Phone   Highland  2099  Three Shows Daily  2.3©-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c -30c   —■■ -  ..^mwraaai  Ben/.ie. Jas. A., 510 Hnst. W Sey.  Bryan &  Gillam,  D0f>  Richards Scy.  Dalton  & Eveleigh,  CIS  Hast.   W Sey.  Gardiner,   F.   G.   &   Mercer,   "  Seymour  3G72.  Henderson,  A.   K.,   615   Mast.   W,  Honeyman  & Curtis,  821  Pender  W .Key.  James  W.  KeaRev, 2576 2nd  W Haw  Matheson.  Robt.  M.,  009  Rich...Sey.  Palmer.  Bernard  C,   616  Credit  Foncier   Bldg Sey.  3300  550S  662  718   Gran.;  Sty. 724  1621  792K  BOSS  ESTABLSSHED  1 898  Twenty years   in   business  !n Vancouver  Parr & MacKrnzic,  Sharp & Thompson,  Townley, Fred \...  Twizell,  R.  P. S.,  736  Gran Sr  620  Pender W.. S  32 5  837  cy.  Homer....Sej  Hast. W.. Sey  3680  78 ll  I0r,4  SOl.1  7925  VICTORIA  A.   R.   Hcnncll,   10S6  St.   Louis  St 1171R1  I   C.  M^Kcith, Sa/ward   Bldg  1420  Sam   Mfclurr.   Union   Dank   lildp; 2848  Lieut-Col.    Ridgway-Wilson,   liclniont   House.  BRICK CONTRACTOR  Chimneya, rireplacee, Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  2085 45th Ave. W.    Box 25, Kerrisdale  Phone Eburne  203L2  Electrical Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your troubles. We repair everything Electrical. Nothing too  large, nothing too small. If you have any lighting  trouble send for our expert who will advise you without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and Office  Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.  CEMKNT.  Balfour,   Guthrie  it   Co i....fa.  919'i-657S  Evank. Coleman A Evans. Ft. Col...P. t'SsS  Oilluy Bros., L.U.. New W«st.. Fhon-s 15, iG  W. N\ O'Nuil A Co., 548 &';y. Si.. K. J75-S-179S  Ritchie   Contr.    i   Sup.,    Ltd.,    Granvl.lt-   Pt.  Bridge         S. 916?  B;V.Winch A Co., L\a..  Wl ,cli B.. S. 173-1344  CKMKNT  TKSTIN4J   XSl)   ASSAV7.NG.  Tlunt,   Robt.   W.   &   Co..   Standard    Hunk  lildg.   - S. 2199  ,   COXTRACTOll*—CIDNKRAL.  Armttrong.   Morrison    A    Co.,     Ltd.,     Bower  Big *     S. 1835  COXTRACTOH8—TIK.E—TKRKAZJ-.O.  Evans,   Coleman &  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 298S  W.   .V-  O'Noll  &.  Ca..  5-JS  Fey.  tit..  S. 4793--179«  CRANKS    AND    HOISTS    (KI.KCTKIC  Th« Holden Co., JLtd., o42 Pender St. W.  Sey.   10(55  DISS   A3T3>   TOOI.S.  Cihbi Tool  \-  StampinR AVorks,  35S  I'uiTerin. W Fair. 2176  DRAFTING  Dominion  nine  I'rint &  Drafting  Co.,  531    Granville   St :Scy.  2497-4670  dkii.i.h— roicr.vni.K  ki.isctrig  Darling.  Prank & Co.,  114 2 Homer  Street     Sev.   4100-4101  Th« Holden Co.. Ltd.,  S42 Pender St  W.  Sey.   106C  Er.FCTKICAL BUPI'XJtKS  B.   C.   Kl»ctr)«  Ca..   Ltd _ _S.  3000  CV>p« A f»u.   15*  riaotlngj W   -...S«y. ItiOi  Darling,   Krank & C»..   1142 Homer  Street     Sey., 4100-4101  BI.KVATOK CAltA AND  tBNCLOSI.'KKS.  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  W.   N.  O'SoU tt  Co..  544   S«y.   St.   S. 4796-4798  Kltcal*   C«ntr.   *,Sup.-Co,   Ltd..   Gran.   St;  BridM         3. S16J  KLKVATORS  Darling.  Prank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street    -..Sey.  4100-4101  ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion  Jtlue Print & Drafting Co.,  531    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  i*lRK CI.AT  Balfour,   Guthrie   &   Co S.   93 97-f>575  Evans. Coleman A Evane Ft. Col...S. 29SS  Gilley Bro«.,, N'ew W*atmlnirter. Phones 16,18  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 54S flsy. St., S.4J85-479S  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co.. Jranvl. Bdjr.'.S. 91fi:  R. V. Winch *  Co..   "Vlnch  Bidfc'..  H.  279-1944  FIRE ESCAPES  S..M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bar. 1043  J-IKE   EXTINOtlfeHKlt   .SVSTKMiS.  Barr & AnderFOn,  1OC0   Ilcmer St .S.   61S0  FI.OORINO  J.   Fytt,  Smith   ft   Co..   1326   IUchnrcU. .S. 1198  :       FORGINGS  Westminster   Iron  Works,   Neir WMtmiuster    Fhonj 53  GALVANIZING  Allan    McKclvic  Kng. Co.,  Ltd High  1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Gas  Appliance  Co ....S.    801  GLASS—All,  KIX1JK.  W. X. O'Nell & Go.  51S Sty. St..   S.  4736-479?  HARDWARE  I!r«nru.   fr«««>r  St. Co,.   I.ul..   1150  llomfr   St H.   7155  jKIett, J. A.,  Ill HaatlnsH VV SeyV:.'327-8  31 IIARIIWOO.U   ILOOltS  " ■ W.   X.  O'N'sil *. Co..   S4»  SrtT.   St. ..S. 47S5-479S  J.   Fyfe   Smith   A   Co     ".320   ftlch»rds..S  HARDWOOD  LCMHER  (Smith,  .1.   Fyru A  Co..   1320   Kichards. .S. 116G  HF.ATIN«—HOT   .'.JK.    STEAM   AND   VKN-  TI LATINO  Biiiiey, B.  A., 1033 Granville St S.   .1.16  Han    At    AndtlSDn,    1060    HoiritT    St...S. SIS"  N'ormiin   Kyclcl,  906   Davie  Si Sey.  918S  HOISTING   ENG1NK.S  KltcliI* Con    A  Hvo. Co.  Granvl.   Bdg^ .S. fllfii I  INSURANCH.  3 , Ceperlcy,   Kaunsc/ell   iS:   Co.,    Winch    P.ldg.   Scy.   7320 :  K.   V.   Winch   *:   Co.   Ltd.,   Wincli   IU;IK. -   Sey.  27?-1944  INTKRIOR   MNtSlI  Kvu.n.1,   Colarnan   St   Bvan«.   rt.   Col S. Xi'SS  W.  N.  O'Neii *  Co..  6-li H-ty.  St. ..S. 4795-479*  ititchle. Con.  ft Sup. Co.. <(ranv.   B'Ir. ..-J. »i»,  IfCO.V     \NI>   STKKI,—STUI'fVrL'KAL  Can.  iN'ortliwe.'U Steel  Co.,  Ltd.  l'rlncs  ICdward-St K;iir.  2-39G-7  8 I tCv/111.1. Coloman A Kvonn VI. Col.. .h. Jy.ss  ?i I Coujjhlan. .1. A Sons. World Hldu.. . .S. TJi-"'  ':ifr-hl>' Con. A. Sun Co.. l.lr«nv. Rdfe'.S. 91T.;  S. M. .\torris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 ...rdar tlay. 1043  SV. N. (.)'Nuil A, Co., mt rtey. St...S. 4735-4798  Westmin.itnr   Iron   Work*.   Son- WV-jtminatfr     I'huuv 03  IRON   ANI>   HTEIJL—ORVAMKNTAL.  Artistic  V\'irc &   Iron   Work*,   112-16  I'Jufrvi-iri     St.     IC Fair.  2(348  Evans.   Coloman   &   Hvana,   ft.   Col S. 29.18  S.  M.  Morris Ji Co.  Ltd.. 212(1 Cedar  I'av.  1043  W.   N.  O'Neil * Co..  US Sey.  St. ...S. 4795-4798  (•fitch1* Cop.  A. Hup. Co.,  Granvl. Bdi(f..S. 91«  WoHtmliifltor   Iron   Worku,   Svw WrntmitiKttir    I'lione 03  KALSOMINING  Dixon    &   Murray S.  1765-8764  LATH—METAL  Bvans. Colcmai> & Evsiih,  Ft. Columh. .9. 2988  W.  N.  O'Neil & Co.,  54J S»y.  St. ..3. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.   and   *.   Co.,   Own.   St S.   9102  LIME.  Balfoar,   Gut'irlo  ft   Co S.   9197-0575  EVarin. Coleman & Evans. Ft. Columb. .3. 29*3  RIMey Bros.. New Weetmlnotrr. . Phones 1 5. 1«  W. N. O'Neil ft Co., f,4S P~<v. St. ..S. 4795-l79!i  Itltchie Con. & Hup. CV . Gran villa. .H. 91 rta  Ft. V. Winch Co, Ld., Winch jFJdK. .8. ^79-1944  LUMBER  Federal    Lumber   Co.,    Itonor.i    l'.l<ir( S. :i998-9  MACIIINKRV  llrown,   Frnner   St  Co.   I.ld..   ll,",«   llomir  St~...S. 71.05  Darlinff,  Frank & Co., 114U   Homer  Street     Sey.   4100-4101  W. N. O'Neil A Co., r,43 S&y. St...B. -1795-4798  Ritchie run. A Sup. Co., C.ranvl. Rd-ff. .S. 91H'.  The Holden Co., Ltd., 64 2 Fender St. W.  Soy.   10C5.  MACHINE   WORK  Cililii   Tool   X-   Stani|)iiiK  W<irUs,   35(3  DiifTcrin   W Kair.  2176  W«Htminiiior   Iron   WorliH.   Now  WoMrnlrmtcr     1'hoiie 5..  MANTKLS—HRICK.  TILK   AND   WOOD  Evans,  Col*man Q-.  Bvann,   ft.  Col «. 2JJI  W. N. CNell A Co.. 54S Se-y. fit.. .S. 478C-4798  RJU»hl*   Con.   &   Bu».   Co..   Oranvllla. .R. »1«2  MAPS  Dominion   Muc   Print   !k   Draftinp:   Co..  531    Cranvile   St S<-y.   2497-4670  MARBLE   4X1)   ONVX  "Bvann,  Coleman it Bran*,  tt. Col.. .. .3. 2»«  W.  N.   0'N«»  * «*••■   648 «»y.  Bt. 8,  479B--479I  1 Rltchto. Con.  Bdjf.  Sup. Co.. Granv  PATTEftWS  \Veslr.ii:iater   Iron   Wo-ks.   N'cv   We-itniliiitor  PHOTOSTATS  Hhie   I'rint   oc    Drafting-   t*o.  .S. 29S8  .S. 9:t!2  J'licmc S3  Doinioir  531  ranvile   St.. .  J*IG   IRON  Co..   S. .  AND  TIN  „ -    _- .^..S,  Evana.   Coleman  & Evans,   ft.   Col..  H.   V.   Winch «t Co..  Wiuca Bid...S,  IMLINO  AND   roi.ES  Feiloml   Lumber   Co.,   IIo^lts    Rldz   I'lLK, DRIVING.  Coleman  & Evans,   ft.   Col..  Balfour,   Guthrio A  Evauu,  Frator  2437-467»  9197-0571  .. .S. 29S8  279-1544   ».  3998-8  ...3. 2988  .Now    Weac  Riv»r   Pjlo "DriviLj,'   Co.,  PIPlv—SEIVKU  ^y,*?"8' Coleman A Kv.i,us Ft. Colum. .S. 2988  Gilley  Bros..   Ltd.,   N«w   YV-.m.. iPhones 15. li  i'*?rhl?,..Con- & Sup- Co- «ranvlllu..s. 916J  B. V. Winch A Co.. Wlnci Bid.. .S 279-1944  „   ,. IM.ASTER  iJalfour,   Uuttirle   Ac   Co S.   9197-a57S  Evans, CoieniAn & Evai^ Ft. Coium. .S. 298S  ^. "J? Bf?';. Ltd., Now West... Phonos 15, II  «. N. O'Nell A Co.. 51!> Sey. St.. S 4795-479J  Hltchls, Con. A Suu. Co.. Granv. Bd«. .8. 9161  ••"LASTEM   HOARD  Havana,   Coleman A   Evana,   ft.  Col S   29gg  nu^.P'X'*' "\C?." 5^S S°>- SL..S. 4795-47911  Hitch.e   Con.   4   Sup.   Co..   GranrlUe. .8. 9i«i  I he  Standard   Paint  Co.  of Canada,  Ltd  430. Standard.  Hank   Bldg        Ser''?9i:i  ■ v*n.,V?TBR   »'A»{T|l»»>A   BLobKS  Jfivana,  Coleman A  Evann,   ft.  Col S. 298*  I'LASTKR—»)KXA.MI!\TAL  5,V,l5",,9S,«,naI, *  Kvans,   ft.  Col S. 298«  ^', ^*. ° A?e11 & Co-' 5<S Suy' Kt- • -s- 4795-4.7y*  illtchU   Con.   A   Sup.   Co..   OranTille. .S. 9*51  ',, „ FLUMBIXft  Bailey, B. A.. 1033 Granville St  a   13«  Barr   «c   Atid«r»on,   1060   Homar St...«. else  Norman  Kydd.  906  DstIc St    Sey   9181    PXKUJIATIC   T4IOI.S  Darling. Frauk & Co., 1142 Homer  ' Street     :. .-...- Ser.  -| 100-4101  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  ' Sey.   1065.  PRINTCHS  flagler, A. G. & Sons, L,td.  ;516   Pender   W       Ser     318  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Central   Public   Ste-nofrraplu-rs.   .MJme-  ps;ra;ihin>,', 411 Dominion Olds.   Sev. DOT*  Uomjmon   Jilue   Print   A.   Drafting-  Co.".  531    Cranvile   S:.. . ...Sex   2497-4679  r.< ROOFINCf  COMPOSITION  Ev-ans. Coleman A Kvar:« Ft.: ;olurrt. .S. 29.18  f he Barrett Co., L'.'.I., 10th & Arbutus Hay. 63  ^,',S^,0':AeU * Ca- ^S Sey. St.. .S. 4795-'4798  I.ltcble Con. &. Suv.. C . Granville. .S. 9102  Mnilli.   Uarklson  St  Wrlibt,  Ltd.,  Homer   • •  »»d   f)nri«   S;»     s<  S3M  J he-Standard   Paint  Co.  of Canada.   Ltd.,  430   Standard   Uar.fc   Bldg.. :.Sey. 2913  ROOKING—SIVKKT liK'ML  fSPe-   Cornice   run    LoofinK)  ROOFING   JfATKRHl.  the  Barrett  Co.,  Lul., ■llth.i'v Arbutus  I!av. 63  Kvuiif.   Co'enuiTi  A   Evan.-.    Ft. (Mlunt  rtiiohii! Con. ft S'.'p.  '."!■.. ilranvllle  R...S  The   Standard   r'.',it;t   Cb.   <(  Canada,   Lt.l.,  450   Standard   Ilrttik   Ftid;'    .   <;..v  ROOFING—WHOLESALE "'  10 Kg  91(12  2913  Canada.   Ltd.  ... Sev.  ...S.  9t»7-  -Sey.  2913  4149  6571  IS  I  !!  The   Standard   Paint.   Co.   oi  430   Standard    l!-|:ik    I'ld*.   ..  Sidney   Rubber   RoofitiR   Co.   ..  ROPK-AIANILA  Balfour.    Guthrio,*    C 'o..    .  RUOBEft   STAMPS  319B    liacicy, A.  0.'& S'on.v.   I.to.  516    Ptndtr    W.   .        ■ JiAPES—VAl'l.T I)()()U>-.  W.  N   O-Nul ,v:  Co.. 64S S^v.  St...S   4795-47  SAND    (iltAVKI, AND  GUI SUED   ROCK  Evrii.«,   Coloman   tt   Evans,   ft.   oi H. 29S8  Gli'Jt-y   Bros..    Ltd..   N'ew    W,?-t.. . Photu-a 15. 1*  lii'.chio.  Con.  *  Hup,  ('(-..  Oi-jiiiv.   t!:!c.   S. 0103  SARD   DOORS.   WINDOWS.    ETC.  \V.   N. O'Nell ,V   "'i.    5(J  Sn-    St.. .S. 4795-479'"  SHEET  METAL  Central  Sheet   -Metal •Work'; Sey    fi90  SIIMil.r;   AlANt  PA 4  II  It Kits   AND   DKAl"  KliS.  (P«e   Liimlirr    ind   S/iir.j;!«s.>  SHOW   CASEs  Dixon    ,.«:    Murray  S.  8765-  S766  SI.VI'K  Evans.   Colei/ian   &.JSviiiih    rt.   Col S. 2988  VV.  .\   r>-x,u $. q0i i,4,s ,s,.'j.  >•!,,.«. 479J-47I18  It.   V.   Winfrh  *.  Co., .Winch   E!d...S.    V79-ly44  Rltchln, fori    *  Sti-)   <'<>     i.''-:triv    HilK-   S   9IF.J  STEEL—RUIN l-"OU( J NO.  Hali'our.    C.n'Uriv    Si    Co.. S. 9197-B57S  Evans,   Colurnrwi  ft   Kvan.*.   rr.  Col S. 2'jsh  STUKE    *   OJ■■PICK    1 I.V'I'l  !CKS    *    STORM  FKONTS  Dixon   .1-   Murray SS765-8766  EvuriB,   Cnlijman'A   Kvans.   !i.   Col S. 29KS  W,   N.  O'Neil A  Co..  S48  Sey.   St...S. 4795-4798  TAR   AND   PITCH  The  Rarrrtt  Co..  Ltd..   I0!h .•<•  Arbutus  Hay.  S3  Evans,   Coleman  A   id vans.   l't.   Col S. 2988  TILE—DUAININO  Evans.  Coleman  ft  Evans    Ft. Colum. .S. 2988  Gllloy  Bros.,   Nvw  VVe.itmiu«tcr  Phonos   15, 18  Ri'.ohl"   Con.  & Sup   Co.,  Ornnv.   R<Ir. ,S. 9161  TILE—FLOOR  AND   W.ALL  Evans.   Coleman  A   Bvans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  W.  N. O'Neil * Co..  54S f'ey.  St, ..S. 4795-4798  TIN PLATES  Ha I four.   Guthrie   St   Co S.   9197-fiS7i  Evans.   Colwman  &   EJvans,   ft.   Col S. '1$W%  II.  V.  Winch &  Co..  Winch   Bid.. .3.    279-1944  TOOL   STEEL  Darllnff,   Frank   &   (>.   1H2   Hon,or   St.   I F.   4100-4101  VACUUM   CLEANING .SVe rEMH.  Barr  &   Anderson.   iOH"   I'nrn/>r  (,t S. (!1S(  WALL    ROARDH  Evanx.   Coleman  «.  KvanH,   rt.    .'ol S, 2981  The   Standard   Paint   Co.   of  C( .lada,   Ltd.  430   Standard   Hank   llidj;..,  .Sey.  2913  WATER I'ROOF CO}. POP NO  The  liarrrtt  Co..   f.ld.,   10th ^  Arbutus   llayv.S3  'Sv-tnn,   Coleman  &   Evans,   ,'t.   Col S. 2988  W    N    O'Nell  X,  Co.  .S4K  fill.   St...S, 4795-479K  The   Standard   Paint   Co    1!  Canada,   Ltd.,  430   Standard    Rink   Win Soy.  2913  WINDOW   SCREENS  Artistic  Wire i"\-   Iron  Works,   1 12-lfI  n-.0Vrin     St.     E Pair.  264S  S. M.  Morris \ Co.  Ltd., 2120 Cedar  Hay.  10'l.t  W. N. O Noil *  C«. 64."   le.v.  St   ..S. 479E-47»»  WIRE   WORKERS  Arlistic  Wire »v   Iron  Works.   IU-ld  -DulTerin     St.     K Fair.  264S  WIRK itOPE  nalfour,    Outhrlo    *    Co 3.9197-0578  Bvans,   Coleman  A  Hum,   ft.   Col S. 2980  rtUohie. C011. A Bun. ' o.. C.nuiv.  Bciff. ,S. 9UJ  R.  V.  Wlneh  fir  Co..  Wine*   Wil      '-'     279-194*  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The    ftarrrtt    Co.,    Ltd.,    lOt'.i       Ave.  and   Arbtitus   St Hay.       63  The   Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Can.-nl.-i,   Z.td.,  43(1   Stiindtird    Hank   '"'.Ik Sev.  Sidney   Rubber   Roofinc   Co S.  2913  4140  I  i  i  f  I  36  !  w  ft!


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