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 1  §  i  f  I  Si  I  I  it  !  11  If  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO./; Vancouver; Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  ,:A,  V  i  Vol. 16,  No.  9,   Monday,   Dec.  20,  1913  Wm. N. O'Nei!■-■Go% Limited  n   Tel. Sey^&S&f        '!   ;'    ";: ' V- '■, " '? ,H V-"'''£ "i ^    II '% \ 548-550' Seymour St.  -■'£ *-■■--■■    ■■:..'-■:-■• 8 'H'     '"    ,.:.■-";:■■ ■■,<""■■    3     _^--*     m*"*" -  —   A Man Is Accounted  ■"','•.,".' of  ACGOVTSPV if h* has a bank  ACCOUITT. 'No account ia too  small to'receive a courteous wel-  oorn*'at'this bank.  Th«   ' :,.'  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Brancn,  446  "Easting's   St.  W.  J.   F.   jilacDOKAlD,  Manager   *  l.uWi  G  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  .:.'!: ■'■       ^^^^^^^     ^       Equipment  Allan 1& IVieKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd,       =  121A Pender St., E. v Highland  1573  ',,'...    VANCOUVER, B. C. . ■■■.:;.'»    '  'UU-DUTO   PEBMITS   AMOUMTT"fNO   TO  S500  OB' OVER IsfsTJE"D  AT  »BCB  VAJTCOUVE-a CITY..SAIA; TEBTEBDA.T  KTuiubflr  "        < -, . ■'....   .••-;,, I 0  9759—Alterations .._......'.. XX::.... p |?00  U760—Dw'elllng .:..'.'.:! ■  ^2,000  9761—Dwelling •  f C$00-   ,s ■-     Vj"   '■'. ...J...■■■.:..  ■.;    .     , ,r .-..„„.;„:_.:..£ _. i ];....  Street Address  70  Cordova  St.  .:.': ..............j.   460  18th  Ave.  E..„„......„.l..;/.:.1..|..   1774   Kitchener    Owner  Address  H. Okihiro..;:  W. Wilson .  F. G; Loane  .....:..... ....70 Cordova  CI ay burn F ire brick,   Special  . Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc. .  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinfor-  ''■"■  ced Steel,  Hydrated        '  ■.*.'.>    Lime, 'etc.   ,.■ '^'  ,,T  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS     ■-■■■*■  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  _ f    'PUSNE  SEYHOUR   354 '•  Standard Bank Building     ;  VANCOUVER -  WINNIPEG  Lumber   Veneer    Pane  %. -      ";;    'Our Stock ie the M6»t Complete on the Pacific Cbeet  We are also Sola   Agents   for   the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.   '       ■','..,.*  :.i3  W  I. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  '.',,-.,.:,..    ;:,... -.;■:;-.       -;--s       ■/y'^jX     ' Vancouver, B. Cii  1320 Richard* St.   ■   ■ *>      "• -  -  -'"-.■".fl  THtz HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  aCHERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS M  SUPPLIES  Sole: A*«snt»lr» Canada For  Chicago PneumatJc Too! Co.  Boyer  RlvetlnV *'Chippfng>i'mmera;   Little .Giant, Drill.;   Duottey,  Electric Toole;  -1  Rock*'. Drills;   Air. Cornpreasors;  Fuel Oil and Ga* Engines/       }1  Martnat, Twacti  ««if»l  5« Peadsr SL W., Vancmtr  Pboai Sty. 1065  I.C,  fRANK D*\RLllNCS &  |       BUILDING PERMITS  ■ P* ~ .          ..... ..  .s"     ..■•■.-,   ■''  975S—E.^. I'.   Kendrick; Rep. -Shop,  $ioo.     '■,'■•■■■■ : ,?::■■... >x ; ":.:-  • S,7.S2:.~A.    Quartermaii, shed,    2327  Granville. St.; $75.00.  f nection ' intends   to provide  t   new  plant will  latest, and best machinery procurable.  IMPROVEMENTS   TO   BE  MADE TO LOCAL PLANT  It is understood that improvements  will be. made immediately ; to the  plant of the American Can Co. A  mezzanine floor will be installed and  other alterations to the extent of  §7,000- will lie ^ade.';<,^.v-y.;:;:e-.-^:..:  '■'if  •j  :'«  Brown, Fraser & Co.,  "]:';'■■ ^r^suScE;ssbRS'Td        ■     x>  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., §TD.  Minp^ and Contractors'  H  Machinery and Supplies  CONTRACT   IS   AWARDED  FOR SHAUGHNESSY HOME  Architect Ed ward es Sproat,. aoo Xuuu-1  can Building, has awarded a contract  to.S. J. Hewitt, 954 Seventeenth Ave-1  nue  West,  for  the  construction  of  a.J.  contain  some   of the  ANOTHER   NEW   FACTORY        ;,  FOR INDUSTRIAL ISLAND  Plans  have already been  prepared,  arrangements concluded for a learse of  r,  a waterfront tract on .Industrial Island  and  a start is  expected to  be  made  shortly   on  the  erection; ot: Lth;eDurst  unit of a large plant for the International Food Products Company.     The  new-factory  building will  be   200. by  100  feet in size and will be  for tlie  production,  blending  and  refining   of  "vegetable^pilsr;^'lt?? w|llu; be ftthe ^fiFsfe*  'plant4of-'i'ts kind" in- Canada," an*d?they  machinery',"for  the   first-i.uiiit - of thej  plant, which has already been ordered,!  vvill cost about ?20,000.. . _. _.y^y  '■"' 'Messrs.' :"A/. E.'-arid'' W. J. Tulk' and:  associates are behindthe venmrerand"  have." already-^retained    the., -frmv of-  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Qiarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills      \  Highspeed sW--Drills-"Reamers/ Etc.     t^     i  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 t"4* HOMER ST.  Phone Sey,  ■   ■ \  4100  r-#C        ^_, --    i-^  librae in jPihe Street,. Shaughnessy," foi*"\ 'singer/^'' p;erlstfein^-"&  Mrs.  V., J.  Creeden.    The new home  Will  exceed   $9,000  in   cost and  work  will  be started immediately..  Phbna Seymour 7135  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  London, Buff.  BCeatreol   ..  Winnlpegr  Toronto  Vancouver.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  .-    ' ENGINEERS' ' ■       '     '    '^ f  INSPECTION -- TESTS -- CONSULTATION ,  - '   ■  .    ■..,......   .   ■   -     .    ,,,-.-.■.« }:  STEEL.     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,,    BRIDGES,     PIPE,   ,RAILS,     CARS*;  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED |  MATERIAL,   LUMBER,  ETC. ,r i  ,'     " ■ ' {  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg. '   Phone Seymour 2199  E08 "Htiatinffs W., Vancouver, B. C.  Cement Touting laooratory. Room X601; Physical Teating- Jiftbor»tery, Boom Bl  Resident Inaprcte-» at Large Manufacturing Center*  SEEKS PERMIT FORPLANT  TO   REFINE FISH  OILS  Application  was  made to both  the  civic   health   and   finance  committees  on Friday by Mr. A. Cook* for a permit  to establish  a  plant  for refining fish  oils   from   fish   offal  and  waste in   a  location   on   the   west   side   of  Main  Street; just south of the City Market.  The applicant  stated  he proposed  to  erect a large plant that would employ  • about GO or 70 men and would manufacture   fish   oils   and   fertilizers,  and  [promised that there would be no ob-  j jectionable   odors   allowed  to   escape.  | The aldermen were plainly sceptical of  this latter assertion, and at the meeting   of   the   finance   committee,   after  Mr.   Cook   had   renewed   his   application, referred it to Dr.  Underbill, city  medical   health     officer,    to  report  if  there would  be any objection  from a  sanitary standpoint.  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  : All Kinds of Biding Material  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia^StreetJWest  New Westminster, B.C.  NEW  SITE   FOR   NAIL   WCF.KS  j IS   NOT   DECIDED   YET  i     That   no   definite   decision   has   yet  i been reached in regard  to a new and!  i more  extensive  site  on  which   to  re-j  ! build   the     .Morrison     Wire     &   Steel'  I Works  recently  destroyed by  fire,: is  ! announced  to  The  Record  by  Mr.  F.  Wilkinson   of  that   firm,    lie   pointed  out   that   adjustments  with  the  insurance  are  ing  and     no   decision     in   regard   tb  Co.,- "Chicago, j  Chicago,    noted    chemical    engineers, J  "who have had the most experience of  any  firm-in  America^in  the  installation  and,   operation    of    oil  refining  plants; to supervise  the erection and  J installation of the machinery of this  I new   plant.     The   firm_has   also  provided the • main design of the factory  building,,butlocal architects'are: tq be  given the detail .work.  Announcement of .the establishment  of this  hew    industry    on- Industrial'  Island'was  made    by ■ City  Publicity  Commissioner .J.   R.   Davison . to   the  | civic finance committee at its meeting j  on   Friday.    He  stated  that  the   first i  product's made in the new plant would  be linseed oil, manufactured from flaxseed grown    on    the great  Canadian  Canadian  prairies,  which is conceded '  to be the best in the world for making ;  linseed   oil.     Peanut   oil   and   peanut!  butter   will  also   be   manufactured  in i  large quantities for export as well as j  local consumption.    The company also;  plans   to   import   and   distribute   nuts'  and seeds and  will  manufacture  can-j  died nuts and similar confections.  Structural Sto$ liE&ery Purposei  BEAMS, CKAJrNXTXS, ANODES, FXATES, TEES, CO"L*010ra  V   COMTI.E'VEI.Y EQUIPPE"D  TABBZCATZNO  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COX Ltd.  Fairmont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver,  t  ■I  o.  t  &Co  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT        !  REINFORCING STEEL:— '!  Largest stock of Mild Steel-Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars. *              I  .BOLTS:—  ......                     h |  Drift Bolts,  Machine  Bolts,,  Tie  Bolts. We are  prepared  to  fut-  nish 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.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  tie pointed  in connection  still  i>rocee<J-  STILL   MORE   VARIATIONS  IN CONCRETE AND CEMENT/  New methods and variations of |  using that versatile and ' dependable i  building material—Portland cement—i  arp. being .constantly''found: Some-j  thing new in that line has been sue-j  cessfully adopted by Mr. H. H. Gil-j  in  the exterior  finish  of the  We Have Ju$t Installed a  COMPLETE  Size 110 x 42 feet  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING C0.,LTD  ■ /  Mtllwork Contracts  Union   JJopot    -....1916  Can.   Northern   "ttly.   "Depot 1917  Calgury Armory   1918  Bossland   HlfTh   Scliool 1918  TranatiUle   Sanltorlwn    1918  Phone Westminater 473  swrnasaBEKi  Our fciteum hunted plant ftiiibles us  to imi.il ii fact u re Vreneer Work tit uuy  m'UHoii  of  the  yt-ur.  "\Ve lire now itiiiiiiifacturliiti' Interior  flttlnt,'" for the new Ii. C. Telophone  l,.uUdl[is.'*H lieail oftlos in Austrian  Quarter Cut  Oak.  1269—6th St., East Burnaby  3Mm"" ■       ■   ■      ■"■' ' "     ■■■ ■■■•■■■■  whetlier the same site or a new one  will be utilized will be made until  these adjustments have been coni-  pleted.  In the meantime, however, Mr.  Wilkinson intends to leave for the  K!ast early in January. While'-he is  goink on his annual tour, Mr.jWilk  inson intends to arrange for the' ship-  me.nt of new machinery for the plant  when   it   is   rebuilt,   and   in  that  con-  Iingham  new   C.   P.   Coles'   building   on   Beach j  avenue.     All   the  reinforced  concrete!  j piers and beams of the building have j  j been   finished   with     a   smooth   flodt)  linish of specially  mixed cement.  By,  way of contrast  the clay  tile  curtain ,  walls,   which   are     set   back   slightly  "from   the   piers  and   beams,   are   finished  with  a  medium   texture   roughcast mixture. >  There  are  also    cement  mouldings  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing:  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street!  (Continued   on   T'atrt   4.)  Credit "Fonder Bldg1.  rVSodern Brack {Building*;  on oentrallv located corner lot  $35,000.00 on terms  frit   full  piirtionlar.s  at   tho  ofBee  of  GENEBAI AD3H3WISTKATION SOCIETY  850 HnstinErfl Street Weat  —in—i  Porgimgrs '       (Vlachine Work Patterns;  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  'Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C- WiSi^X^'''  P™  . |rT.  * V  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (lSstablished  1?11)  Published   every    Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A   newspaper   of   generaJ   circulation,   featuring Building,  Contracting:,  Kngiueering,  Industrial,   Shipbuilding,   Mining,   Automobile,   Pre. j  Yincial,   City  and   Harbor   Improvements.  C. H. NELSON..:.MANAGING EDITOR  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  N. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Specialists In  Interior  Finishes  Office and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  '   REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   780g  Subscription Bates  One month   X ..:.... .'...Sl.fO  Six   month*    , T...J5.00  All subscriptions are payable strictly ia adraace  Seymour 1075  90S Granville St.  OFFICIAI, OHOAZT.  The British Columbia ;Rec"ord Is tho  •fflcial 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  •flicial announcements to the senera.1  public.  By  such   selection  the  British   Columbia   Record   is   no   wise   pledged   to   editorial   support   of   any   policy   advanced  by  this society,   but  maintains  an   abso  lutely   independent position  on  all   mat'  ters subject to.editorial opinion.  EMPLOYERS MUST HAVE  ''FIRST AID" KIT HANDY  Under a new regulation  passed by  the Workmen's  Compensation   Board,  and which becomes effective January  1, all employers or those- in charge of  any factory  or place  of employment  of any kind where more than ten or  less than fifty workmen are employed,  must provide a "first aid kit" or'box!more raPW'y in  the future  containing supplies in such quantities  as necessary.   This first aid kft.iriust  be available during all working hours  without  cost   to   the   workmen.      In  places where more than fifty are employed  an additional  first  aid  kit is /  required for each additional fifty.    A ahly a:heayy domestic demand in wait-  circular has been issued by the Com-lin^*    The one question which, cannot  pensation Board which stipulates the  contents of these kits.  GOOD OUTLOOK FOR  NEXT YEAR  IS SEEN  Stocks of Goods of All Kinds All Over  the  World  Are  Low.  It is  not  possible to doubt that a  great period riCCjJrosperity awaits the  country as soon as the readjustments  to peace basis are made, and in our  opinion    the   required   readjustments  are   not  such   as   to   occasion   alarm.  The.   situation  is    inherently  strong.  Stocks of goods of all kinds are low  all oyer  the  world,  and people have  been  economizing  in  purchases  until  their  needs   are   pressing.     Construction and repair work is behind.    Germany, the greatest steel exporter "before  the war, has  exported  none  for  four years.. Belgium and France, also  exporters of steel have sold none in  the   same   time   and   England's   sales  have been greatly reduced.   These arrearages naturally must be made up.  In the past the consumption  of steel  was always rapidly increasing, and it  may be    expected to    increase    even  The demands of Europe upon the European  supply will have to look largely to, the  United States and Canada for early  attention. Furthermore, this country's  capacity to absorb iron and steel is  very great,  and   there  is  unquestion-  itself puts a check upon buying.  Every  dealer  wishes   to   keep   his   stock   as  low as possible while this question is  pending;   nevertheless  once  they  are  low they must be replenished in order  to continue business.    Consumers will  hold  off to some extent also  if they  expect prices to fall, but where great  numbers of people  are in possession  of more funds  than  usual,  as  is  the  case today in many countries, Canada  and the United States included, a very  high   degree  of'restraint   in  personal  expenditures is not to be expected.  Expenditures which represent capital in  vestments are more directly affected.  Business men are reluctant to put capital   into  permanent investments  at  a  high level of costs, because it means  permanently high  cost for their products.    Business prudence dictates delay   in   the  case  of   new   enterprises,  unless there is some special advantage  to be gained by haste.    In the case of  repairs  and  replacements   delay   may  be impracticable.  The indications are that there is a  good volume of business which will  come forward at present prices or with  moderate concensions, and more as reductions occur. Including the whole  field, there is an assurance of business which in ordinary times would be  considered an unusually;good outlook  for the next year.  sponsibilities  very    largely  increased  during the coming year consequent  upon the provisions of the new Trades  License bylaw, the civic finance committee on Friday granted an increase  from flSfi'to $225 per month in the  salary of Trades License Inspector  Jones. Several additions will have to  be made to the staff of his department, which will be responsible for  the collection of license fees that will  aggregate about $160,000 annually.  H.O.Rees     W.A.Kmse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and Office Fixtures  ' General Repairs  12 Hastings St. E. S ^    Scy. 1224   1219 Keefer St. Seynour 8551  9K  MINING  ,   A carload of manganese was recently shipped from Kaslo to Tacoma.  The Silversmith, old Slocan Star, is  said to be sending out ore at the  rate of $30,000 per month, net. The  new mill, which began operations October 5th, handled $82,000 worth of  ore in October.  Phono Soymotir 1878.  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinets, etc.  Switches  designed  and   built   /or  *rpo«ial work.  any  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING aad HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  witk working blue prints for country  iastnllatioas  906 Davit St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  32S Havre St.  Sef.37BI-Biy.12IR  be  definitely   answered is  as   to  the  level of prices at which tnrs demand  will come forward promptly.     ; "  The end of the war raises a question  INSPECTOR'S SALARY INCREASED  Taking  into  account  the  fact  that  the, trade   license  inspector's   depart-  The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., Ltd. has started shipping from  the Fluorite property, the Rock Candy  Group, on the north fork of Kettle  River. The company bonded this property in the spring, has done considerable, and is equipping the property  with an aerial tramway.  WALLACE, IDA.—Extensive additions and improvements are being"  made at the Bunker Hill smelter,  which, when completed, will practically   double   the   smelting   and   re-  as  to the  future -of prices which   of' meritwould   have   its   work  and   re-'fining capacity of the plant.  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  I3C Kiwi SL  Scyncir 138!  Edward Cox  General Contractor   «~-  Cabinet Making- FttXuttmm  Swum 1163 73S laiwkn St  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  Davies  Construction Co.    ?  General    Contractors  Credit-FoDCier Bfdg. Yiwmw,. B.C-  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  uver and Victoria  NEW WORK « CONTRAC  *»-.  THE    POLIOWINO   TABU   SHOWS   B"OII.DII7aS   COSTXITCf    $5,000    OB    OVER,    ON    WHICH     CONSTBUCTIOW  TJNDEB WAY.OB ON WHICH CONTBACTS HAVE BEEN "LET BUT CONSTBTXCTJON NOT YET STARTED.  ZS  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Richards St  Seymour 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymier 3535  601 Pacific Bldg.  Character       Residence   Tuberculosis   Clinic   Grain   Elevator      Church   Commercial  Bldffs   Residence       Residence   Residences ,  Brick   Building      Bungalows       Residence        Mill   Warehouse   Residence   :   Bungalow      Remodelling   Building    .......  Residence      . .   Powdered   Fuel   Plant   !>rick   Bldg.   '"'welling      Warehouse    Kesidence       rtomodel    Boarding   House..  Two  Story  Brick     Residence   .each  VANCOUVER  .Oovt   location             Owner  .$7,SM   Shaughnessy   Weights F.   A.   District  47,HO   Pendor Street    RoUrj  Cluo  7«,000   Book Are Ckas. P. Coles Co.  35,O0«   1160 Georgia St... First Church of Christ Set.  25,000   Fairview and Point Grey.. Urr'versity of B.  C.  9,000   Shaughnessy Heights    S. J.  Crocker  10,000   Shaughneany   Heights    G.   W.   Tornroos  ■♦,000   Angus   Ave Macaulay  A   Nicolia  Seymour St B.  C.  Tel.   Co.  jv'agec Allan   &   Richards  2S75   Alder  Street A.   R.   McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &   Oaio    Co.  1906 Trafalgar  VV. A. Cantelon  1435  15th Ave. W H. D.  Christie  Cor.  Davie and  Granville Sts.. Geo.  E.  Trorcv  S.E.   Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd .C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  Ul   Hastings   St.   E Pemberton   &   Son  1946  11th  Ave.'W ...John  T.  MaeDonald  Industrial    Island     .T Crane,    Ltd.  ihaughnessy Heights P. VV. Racev  1447  Barclay St Confer! Life Ass'n  02-9S  Pender K... Mrs. Chance Wong Co.  Shaughnessy  Hgts Clarence  Wallace        6,000        7,000   $5,008      7500      7595  ....   10,000  . $5,000   $39,000  . ....    5000  . .'..     5,000      S.000  8,000   $5,000   $20,000   .$10,000  Archt.    Fred L. Towaley   J.  A.   Benzie   H. H. Gillingham ....  Matheson & DeGuerre .  Sharp   &   Thompson   ..  Jas.  A.   Benzie   Jas.   A.   Benzie   A.  E.  Henderson   Owners   Fred   L.   Townley......  Fred.   L.   Townley.   A.   E.   Henderson      Contr.   S.'j.  Newitt  .Baynes  &  Horie      Owners  •  Owners  . . S.   N.   McLeod   S.  J.   Newitt   S.  J.   Newitt   S.  J.  Newitt  . .Adkison & Dill  G. M. Champion  John B. Sterling  D.  &   W.   Gray  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bldg.  Seymour 6S06  Frre5 L^,Townley .Day Labor  H. D. Christie  W   J   Read  Gardiner  &   Mercer Harrison   &   Lamond  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Puller   Engineering  Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co  J.   H.   Bowman Baynes   &   Horie  X"     Owner  Owners    ., Dixon   &•   Murray  Tas.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt   - H.   R.   Glass  FJ. B. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie s. j. Newitt  Palmer Bros.  General    Contractors  929 Mzio St. Seyow 4070  Character  - _  Coat  12-Mile   Extension      300,000  Ifastings-Barnet   Road ' • • •  Government    Shed   Bridge  (2  span)      Lining   Tunnel     250,000  Reconstruction       160,000  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Locution     Owner  Clinton P.G.E.    Railway  Hastings  St.  E.  Victoria         Government  Princeton    Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North   Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Mg.  Nitrogen Plant      125,000,7 Lake   Buntzcn.. Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain 15.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess   Mining   Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt.. . . B.   C.   Copper  Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist... Prov. Govcnn't  tjagliskraaa's River, Alkerni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  Clayoquot Clsyoquot Cold Stor. & Ca«. Co.  Bourne    T.   H.   Heather  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,   etc        50,000  Railroad      1.000,000  Infirmary   and   Service   Bldg $151,236  Bridge        I', ridge        Pulp   &  Saw   Mill $750,000  Protective   Works        $<0,008  Cold  Storage &  Cannery $150,000  Residence           5,000  RUSH & READ  PIiAIISr      AITD       ORUAMEN-TAr  PLiiS.TEaiW»    &    CEMEJNT    "WORK  All  "Work   Guaranteed.  nay* 'irn» n ~:m   Stephens  St.  Bay.   1G02-R  A*ch •  Contr.   Northern   Const.   Co.     Cotton Co.   R.   Moncrieti   Armstrong,   Morrison  it  Co.,   Ltd   Carter,   Halls &  Aldingcr   Hodgson  (t   King  Owners    Owners  Owners             Owner   W.   P.   Ticmey  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wks Dept... Robertson &  Partners  Prov.   Pub.   Wk».   Dept Wm.    Greenlees  ■.'','.'•' rV,' •;-•• •     Owners  Public  Works   Dept Hodgson  &   King     Owners  Owner  : S. J. Newitt  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  COr4TRACTCR  Alterations, etc.  1350 - Btfi A»e. VI. Bayvloi? 2270  <m<mf'*i>i  Office 83.3-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  OK^iummM+ubmnatn  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  i -^ - ■ .  Storaft Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company. Ltd.  T570 Biehardi St.  Th©»«  Boyatonr   175  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  ^B'C^ELECTRrc-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic,  Adhesfv.  Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR TCUR :  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor. Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 63  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kiln*, Furnace*, and Boiler* a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone HlKhland 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  PILING w POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  "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 & WEIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.  i-r,.J^i. ——^^i.T£L. inf'irnmiTii  ra». mm^  y-  awtmam  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  Right  Prices  "Woarwcll"  Faints.    SMnerle    Stains,  and "A»W Damp" preparations.  HARVEY  M-FO.  CO.  vr. s.  1063 Granville St.  Sey. 3497  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information refrardint?  t io«e Inquiries may bo obtained from  tlio .Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "The  Commercial Intelligence ranch of the  Dopartinent of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  Uir number of the. "opportunity" when  asKlii!; for additional Information. "Flo-"  neat for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and state opportunity  number. Tho Bureau does not furnish  credit ratings or assume responsibility  an to .the standing of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  In   all  ca«9ii.  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITE6   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  LATEST   £WQTrrRZ"ES.  The following- Inrjulrleis are the latest  received, Kor rapid perusal tho reader  may know at a eianco 1 tenia of Interest by noting the class of (,'oods mentioned  at   the   end   or  eaoh   Inquiry.  IMPORTANT—Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" In your correspondence.  894. Picture mouldings.—A manufacturer's agent in Harrogate, England,  wishes to get in touch with Canadian  manufacturers of high-class picture  mouldings. •  895. Hardware and tools.—A Johan-  nesberg agent with twenty years stand-  ring is prepared to take up the representation  of   Canadian  manufacturers  . hi all lines of household hardware and  I shovels,   spades,   axes,   hammers   and  saws, and other tools.'  896. Oil   engines.—A   Natal "firm ,of  wholesale merchants, with a. field staff  selling  agricultural   machinery,   make  inquiry for the supply of small oil engines   for   farm   use,   suitable   to  run  electric   equipment, for   ten   to   thirty  lights, must also be capable .of working farm machinery, when not required for light 'machinery. "■  ' 897. Lighting    equipment.—A   Natal  firm of specialists in farm goods, asks  •for particulars    which    would enable  them    to quote on    electric    lighting  plants for country houses.,  details and  prices* must be submitted so that they  may   quote   complete   installation,   oil  engines  only,  or  lighting   plant  only,  •without engines.  :...898...Hardware,      tools,      stoves.—A  , Johannesburg agent with good connection is prepared- to take up Canadian  agencies   in   such   lines   as   hardware,  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED   ;—       '   -    »       Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company    '   -'  ESTABLISHED   1886  739 Hastings St. W, Vanoou-rer  Telcphonc Seymour 7S20  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C.  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  are built not for looks but for service—not merely to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  our claims.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in every ease 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 tfte 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 guarantee 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  al no Cost to you. . ■  ii  t  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Sc  eymour 3J>1  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  SS^S^SS^ESSSSESES^SSa'fflSSESfflEBaS  all , kinds, tools, household, spades,  shovels, axes, saws and other lines  suitable for the wholesale Jobbing  trade. Stoves, enamel ware and household utensils are lines which this  agent -can handle to advantage.  899. Carbide:—-A Johannesburg firm  of engineering merchants, with branch  offices and warehouses, in each principal centre of South Africa is prepared to take up the representation in  this country for Canadian carbide not  already on the market.  900. Catalogues and price lists.-—A  Johannesburg wholesale firm.of general dealers ask for catalogues and  price lists from Canadian manufacturers of lanterns, enamel ware, tools, all  kinds, hardware, brush ware, handles,  woodenware and furniture shipped  k.d.s. ,  901. Engineering specialties. — A  Johannesburg firm of specialists In engineering supplies is prepared to take  up agencies and control for South  Africa in such lines as wrenches, forg-  ings, jacks and other engineering or  mining supplies. If any line is taken  up, this firm undertake to advertise  in a thorough way.  902. Agencies.—-A. South African  commission house now representing  successfully one Canadian manufacturer, is prepared to take up other agencies in such lines as hardware, household utensils, farm-house specialties,  shovels, spadee and other tools.  903. Toys.—A Manchester commission agent with ■ good connections  wishes, to represent a Canadian manufacturer of toys.      /  904. Domestic    woodware.—A    Man-i  Chester commission agent with a large jj  connection, is open to represent a Can-]  adian manufacturer of domestic wood-  ware,  "washboards, pegs,  rolling  pins,  towel.rails, bread boards, etc.  905. Domestic enamelware.—A Manchester firm inquires for a Canadian  manufacturer of domestic enamelled-  ware open to appoint an agent.  ■■  906...Machinery and tools.—A Manchester-merchant is open to handle on  commission, machinery and tools.  907. Confectionery.—A     Manchester  firm with five branch stores wishes to  , import    Canadian    chocolates  and all  j varieties    of    sweets.      Samples    and  ■; prices ^should be'subniitte'd.  90S. Machinery.—A Manchester firm  is open to represent manufacturers of  [heavy  specialized  machinery  and  engineers' tools.        '  909. ..Steel, etc.—A Manchester commission agent is open to represent  manufacturers; of billets, sheets, sections, castings, forgings, air compressors, machinery engineers' tools.  '910.  Machinery   for   boot   trade.—A  ' Manchester    commission    agent    with  good connections is open to represent  ;a manufacturer of boot machinery and  general finding for the boot trade.  I     911. Tools.—A Manchester manufacturers' agent wishes to hear from Canadian firms  open to appoint a representative to .handle pulleys, hack-saw-  blades, twist drills, hammers and vices.  i    912. Confectionery.—A     Manchester  firm   having  twenty-five  travellers  on  the   road,   is   open   to   represent  Canadian manufacturers of high-class confectionery, chocolate, sugar goods, bis-  jcuits, etc.    Best references given.  913. Furniture.—A   Manchester  firm  is  open to purchase  bedroom  and office    furniture,    chairs    and    general  household    effects.      Catalogues    and  i prices are requested.  !     914. Confectionery.—A     Manchester  firm  with  large staff of travellers,  is  • open  to    purchase any    confectionery j  specialties* also chocolate, toffee, chew-j  ing   gums,   etc.     Prices   and   samples1  requested.  915. Furniture.—A Manchester firm  asks for catalogues and prices of  household and office furniture.  ! 91G. Paper.—One of the most influential firms ,in Manchester is open to  | purchase large quantities of all kinds  ' of paper.  917. Mining supplies.—A Belgian  firm ask for catalogues, blue prints  and prices on mining supplies of all  kinds for open work also for trucks,  rails, engines, etc. All documents to  be in duplicate, one addressed to Belgian Congo and other to London, England. Both addresses on file with the  Department in Ottawa.  9IS. Foodstuffs.— A Johannesburg  commission agent of twenty -years'  connection is prepared to take'up the  Canadian representation of such lines  as flour, breakfast foods, canned goods  any any line suitable for the grocery  trade.  919. Cereal breakfast food, etc.—A  London firm maintaining several  branches and claiming an established  connection, are desirous of securing  the sole agency of a first-class Canadian   cereal   brekafast   food   in   pack-  (Contlnucd  on  paye   I.)  Artistic Wire & Jron Wks.  -Maiiufaotureru  Oruameatal Iroa Work and  •11  fclaOs of Wiro Work.  112-1G   r>uff«rln   St.  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  ORPHEUM CAFE  an ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  capacity  2f>0.  Opposite Orphenm Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  •G. Kilgren  General Contractor  962 1«h *v«.                           Fairmont 946L  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  Ked Seal Motor, Timken-  David Brown Avorin gear  on all models, Brown-type '  transmission, Spicer universal joints.  Two, three arid a half and  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  ^"t"»'»''«"t"t''f"tM#.«..»..».»,.|,»^,y.,».»..^„<M»,0> •*••  "DBUOIESS    EEALHia  W. J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB. BUSINESS MAIf  If  you   have   lost   the  Vim   and  Snap  of  forrmr  times,   if  you  want   to  be  alive and-know it;: see me.    See next  advertisement.  928  and  929  Birks  Building-,  Vascou-ver, B. C.  Seymour  603 Seymour  724SR  Business  Paper  Advertising  The Buying Power per Subscriber Represents an Infinitely Greater Sum than the  Buying Power ©f Any Other  Class of Publication, Because  Each Buyer Purchases for  Business^and not for Private  •Consumption  For over e>>ht years FEDERALS  have been built by a strong, well financed  company which has devoted its energies  to. Motor Trucks Exclusively—That's  why they are Built right—Ask   '  Tucker Motor Company  Seymour 3565  n  The FEDERAL  833 Pender St. West, Vancouver  i for  istributors 1  Motor Truck Co., Detroit  C Go E»  Induction   IViotors  !© Volt  440 Volts  220© Volts  Large Stock   -   -   Quick DeSivery  Canadian General Electric  Seymour 5710  1065 Pender St. VV,  j£S» .'--.'.. ^::-J,ifc1i**i^^aif^A-  B?,TTT?^T COT.UMEXA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  "".irl**^  f ")  PRINTERS,   ENJGlRAVERS    and    MANUI  S Ltd.  ACTURERS  ^t"*1  ftiBHMMim^  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKSv  KE*   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,    NUMBERING    MAQH^ES,    BADGES   OF;   ALL   KINDS,   ETC  ^ ,"   /'ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, P/fOMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES. 1  PHONE SEY; 316  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W  ?,ARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING anil HEATING'  ?!  J\  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour  1060 Homer St'  Vancouver B.  (Continued  from pft«r«  1)  AN AWFUL JOLT  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, Mgr.  WHARF BUILDING,  BRIDGES.  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General  TowingG  324 FnwtSL New Westminster  Telephone 1015  and corbies on the Beach avenue elevation of this building"which; have  been so ,neatly executed, that unless  one were an expert and examined them  closely would readily be taken for cut  stone mouldings instead of cement  form work.' The extensive and iexpert j  use of cement throughout this^build-,  ing affords a pleasing contrast,to the"  usual way this class of building. is  often finished. i    '' .{S'-  !...,,..■'     ■ -fr       '.. ..£ .  , Messrs. Rush & Read*are/the: contractors for this:\york. The same firm  also has the cement and plastering  of the Christian Sc(pnce: Church' on  Georgia Street, where some of., their  improved, ideas in the use of cement  are" being put into practice, also the  contract for the plastering of..the big  addition Lto tho King Edward I Sanitarium at Tranfluille, ,/B. C        -j' •'.   -  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  OONTE ACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS <  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511' Dunsmuir St.  an  .5  Bliyers* Guide  When Buying Bulfdlfhfir Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers >>  T  /  -    ALL   SEEKING   RENEWALS.  Every one of tho  twenty-two ;thea-  tresin the city have .applied to Trades  License  Inspector   Charles1 ^Jones   for  ■■••.; it •  of  their  licenses   for   the  i ■  Some of these licenses  a   renewal  corning year.  are ..only being 'granted oOiiditiejhally  on   certain arnprqyem'ents 'and   r.ewir-  ing    being    carried    out    in    certain  theatres. "-"     '• -'■"*  De Artist (proudly), — Here's a  painting I have just finished. What  dO you think of It,'old man? :■'*  -. De Critter—rt Isn't half bad. tty  the'way,, did you draw on yotir Imiig*  inaticra for those ostriches In the back'-'  ground.?   .   ...  .De   Arti,st—bsfriches.I    .Why,,   you  squint-eyed duffer,1' those are iirigejlsl  SEEK  STRIP AL^CWG  KINGSWAY  Provided ."the"..-"deal   can    be*  put  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOWCASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GEKERALTCARPENTER WORK  ■. i   —i mm.'  .     PAWTIMG, PAPER HANG-  '\    ING and:KALSOMJNING  Sey 3765      Sey. 8766  ■ 1065i Biiifismiiir St:  through for  the  acquiring of a [strip  of   land   seven   feet   wWe   along   the  northeast side of.Kingsway, between  Prince' .'Edward  and  Fifteen  Avpnue,  the city is willing to approve o| the  plan  prepared for the? subdivision  of  the   triangular  block' there  so  as   to  provide a lane through the block. This  was   decided   on   by  the. civic   board  of works  at  its   meeting  Friday,   on  the recommendation of City Engineer  Fellowes.    The  owners  of  the  property, Messrs. Sharpies & Sharpies, are  to  be negotiated with to acquire the  strip of land which is needed to form  part of the general widening scheme  for Kingsway. ."..'..,:.v.. ..".■'■:'  desires- to   appoint -Canadian   agents.  (Address' B'ritisff Traded Commissioner  in   Canada,  367 ' Beaver   Hall   Square,  Alontreai,   referring 'to  British   Traclel  Inquiry No.407S.)"   ■ ;: '        ;!•!  , Buying agency.—-A London firm desires to communicate with Canadian  importers of hardware, iron and steel,  motor, cars,  furnishing materials,  and  household  requisites, with a. view to  acting as  their buying agents In  the  'United.  Kingdom.'    (Address    British  ..   ,   «, . .'''..  Trade    Commissioner in   .Canada, 307  Beaver HallSquare, Montreal,' referring to British Trade 'inquiry No. -1091.)  Electrical insulating material and  lacquers .for? brass.—A Birmingham'  firm desires to get into touch ■ with a  Canadian, house twtio will act-as agents  for the sale of these .products. (Address British Tra'tfc Commissioner in  Canada, 3G7 Beaver Hall Sqimre, Monti  real, referring to'B'riiiijh Tratle Inquiry  Noi^098:f  ■ X.  «X  W^^,OFOOUmE!  t  y a man s  Business has been  Buined by advertising  {But his competitof-  Did the advertising).  .'■■■■    ''ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue  I'rint & DraftiiiR Co.,       S  ",.;   '531    Granville   St.. ;■'..... .Sey; 2497^670  AitCHITECTl'KAL'   TERRA    COTTA  Bvans, Coloman ft  EJvnns, Ft. Col' SL, S. 43888  O'Neil. .Win.. N.  Co.: Ld.,' B48  Suyinour.'S. J4795  Ritchie   Con..   * : Sup.    Co.,   .Ltd    Qran.?, Z:.  Bridge   ..; ; .. .   . 8. sua  ASI'HAI/r   FKIvT. •    Ij-    ■  Evini, Coloman A. lfivitn*. ft. Col..'.. .S. JB8 8  The Barrett Co., fctd.,: 10th ti Arbntu* Hayj 63  The  Standard  Paint  Co.  of Canada;  Ltd.JI  430   Standard   Hank   Ulclff  Sey. ^913  AUTOMOBILE  IMSHRANCE \\  Ccperley,  Rounsefell  &  Co.,: Winch 'I.Bldg.H  • • • • • '  . Sey.  7320  •■■• 'BANKS   ■'■■■■ <;  Home   Bank, of   Canada.. ..'. .V. v .. ,.S. 5270  BANK,   bmCE'ft   STOBE   PITTrNOS  The James   Hrookes. Woodworking .Co... '  I.M.,  125<) 6th S.-K";;'llt1,rnaby..\Vest.  BLUE  PRINTS  Dominion. Bluc'l'rint \V. vDraftltig Co.,  ,531    Crahyille. St....... Sey.. 249,7  UKICK—AIX KINDS.  Kvans Coleman A IOvann, Ft. Col., B. |98S  Ollley Broa.. Ltrt.. New W««t., Phones 16J 16  W. N, O'Koll &:Co';,>g4l Bey. St., S, 4796-479S  C'teJile   Contr.   Jt   Sup.   Co.,    Ltd.,. Ora;i.} Rt.  Brklfft     ■. .... ., . .;S.   9162  n.V.WInch   A. Co..   Ud„   Winch ,B..S, 279-<«H4  UVU.liiNO'-KKLTS  '.iNO" I'Al'EKS. |  Evans,   Coleman. Jt   Kran*,, Ft.   CoJ,',. .S. fSSK  W. N".  O'Noll  A Co..  f4S Key. St.. S. 47!<"i-f",t!<  The Barrett Co., Ltd., lOlh * Arbutus  Hay: 63  The   Standard   I'aiiU   Co.   of Canada.   Ltd., *  "  ■• 430  Standard   15ank~.,JJJdg Sey. ^913  ^■'-l^no'Nhs-isffiwa-v. .  Ceperley,>.Rounsefell  A   Co... AVUnch   Bldg. i  ..:.;.<•... ...... ,...      *.'i-,i".V. .Scy. ;;S20  R.VAVlnch  &Co.. Ltd.l   Wlnch^B^S. J79-&44  /%.'/ "     .'   CA-RPENTERS*v\ '■]  -'pfiton.,. & .Murray.-... .... ,:f S':>^f6S- \$/6G  .;i'     (,v   - ;  '   X-.y) ckatentI ■■      ' V^       '    'I  iB^'tt>»i".   Guthrlo   A   Co....... &.\B19'<-3G7B'  ^vans* Coleman   &   fivans,.  Ft.   Col.CU'^.  !'is8S  ■*     Phones lf>l IC  ,473  1670  METAL STAMPING.  C.ibbs/rool:■ »V- S.tampinjf  WoVfcs, 356  DulTerin   W.   .■.'..... ,'.,. ..•.«.■ J^aiJ-.'2176  .,„      , MILIWOBK. '■'.'"  I he James   Brooke;) Woodworking Co.  .Lid.,.ja59 f,th S,,l;,,.Jiiirjialv.,\V(it.  473  MIME O OB APHINO  Central .Public-.Stonograptrers,  J imea-  eniphlrij,', N.l'l Dbnilhlon Dldj,*,, Sey   5071.  .       ;;*   MOTo'ifs  H.   C.   Klectrlu'Co., Xta :   MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Little  Giant  Motor Truck Co.. Sir. 3J1  Keo   Motor  Car  Agency    Ltd , ,Se' X \l<*  1 uckcr uVlotor Co., 333 Vender W.| .Se: .  -.'.'     •'.'       MULT1GRAPHING  pKraphlnt,'.   II ■I  Dominion  Pld.^., Sey   5071  Uonimion   lllue   Print   A    Drafting   Co.,  531 . Crau vile   St.. ........Scy    ''4%  Vv    OF«1CJ AND  STORE JPITTINds  Dixon'  iV   Murray.'.,.....'. :.\t . .s, 3763.  ;  ... 017F;CE SUPPLIES' 4 f PRI NTl" iG  Wc^ern b(JOcialty, Ltd., $78>|Cran. Sej. 352<  PACKING, BELTING AND MECHANICAL iOOD*  Difplop ,Tlr«.,l%,,nul)l,ec06.Kls Co/. LtuL  8«  C««»'t«  Ht ,.,........:.:..«. 1J--S.23  ... : 8. S»<M  356*5  -467«  8764  rv    PAiNT,1NG  &,PAPER   HANGIN  Dixon. ifc;. Mtirr/iy,*(.'..;...•.■.; f**4 s. S765  or ' w "rv'<il iA VV'l'§- »rntK- PltpOF.  W. N. O^Nell A Co.. 6.4S Sey.-at...S. 4  PAINTS—0^.ifl»  PHOOIT  U-*"^^??.1*"1?11,*  BY«in«Lqft.  Col.;. ,',:.l  'I  876«  7ilp-47»l  2981  'i;/Not0'*16ll,*„C.0- 6,4S *'-y- -St--S. *VJ i'-4798  h/'St«"«l''"l,',a'nt*Co:   of Canada;  Lt, I,  430   Standard   Bank   Hidff.....;'..., Scj .2913  PAPER     . .  •Smith;  DarldBon  A Wright. Xt<i.; 'Hornet  and   Davlu   Sts. ^.JL:^..J>......  n).   u"' Cf)le'n'ln &  Evane   Pt. Colum. .i  Ritchie., Con. & Sup. Co.. Griuiv. Bd-gi:i  f. D5M  2988  Bllley  Bros..   Ltd..  New  West.,  AV    "-    -""  ■\ ■'CKM'KNT  TK^TIXO  «,Kunt,_- Robt.   W,' A   Qq  V-TBIdK,  (Continued   from "page   3)  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  ages, with the object "'of! introducing  it upon a large scale, and invite corr  respondence from actual Canadian  manufacturers .seeking such an outlet.  They are also interested in cann^i  ! vegetables,-fruits and :fish, land would  be glad t^liear from"Canadian packers looking for export trade.  920. Flour.^—A London firm is desirous of securing the representation of  an important Canadian miller for the  sale of their flour in England. Bankers' and other references.  9.21. A  firm  of British importers  in  Buenos    Aires,    Argentine    Republic,  i would like to get in touch with a Canadian company canning fish.  922. -Dry goods.—A'Sydney importer  «... i ....-'  interested in tlie importation of above,  invites correspondence from interested  Canadian manufacturers. . ;  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW fifSTALLATlONS     .  "DECEMBER 16, 1918.  Vancouver  Messenger .Service,  1-1   Cordova. West..-   Earl & Sutherland,  Barristers,  739  Hastings  West ':...'..   DECEMBER  18,  1918.  Kicol,   Charles,   Painter and   Paporhangrer,   1-IG9   Broadway  TV..  Ldoyd,  Kdison   W.,  Automobile  Garage,   -1052   Miller........:.....   Higson,   Edward,   Messengers.   31S   Main   St   Burrard Grocery,  501 Burrard St : „.   Belt Line Repair .Shop,  Bicycles, 20-10 Granville St    Interior Decorators,  2171  Fourteenth- West   Scott & Clark, Cement Works,  10-12 Howe St   Acme   Cannery,  Sea   Island   "DECEMBER. 19,  1918.  Sutclifie, Mrs. Jasper, o., -102 Pender West...::.   M. & M. Decorators,   2449 Commercial .: .". .<   Odddard & Son, Rl. Est.,-368-1  Fourth West   Coy,  Will. H.,   509   Richards  St......   Prairie Realty Co., RL Est., 509 Richards St....   .Sey.   ...Sey.  1X1) "ASSAX-JNOJ  1 Stanaarji..>Bankl   -. ' Si/..8. 2199       CONTRACTOlOv—OENBR.*!..        ;l  Arrt»t>ong,   Morrison'"*    Co.^f'XjCi..    Bower  Big.1 >.v .■"..>?.. ..   "S. 1H38  249  0ONTKAOTOUS—TIliK^ft^BKKAZ?.ol f  in-* JBvan^rt.  Col.. ... .S. 2»  DC2  2507  2.13   ..Bay.  .........Fair.   -Sey.   Sey.  2556   "Bay."'2fi0-l   Bay.   Sey.  ....Eburne  2 5 S3  2571  21   Sey.   Fair.   Bay.   Sey.  .Sey.  Wilson & McNeill, Painters and. Decorators,  115G Thirteenth  East Fair.  1569   *■-  2M  48  1519  3802  75011  Greaves,  Thomas T.,   Brick Builder,  13S7  Thirty-eighth  East Fraser  124R1  DECEMBER 20, 1918.  "Wright: .Investment-Co., Ltd./ 207  Hastings "West... Sey.  2553  Sam  Wo, Hardware,  Canton Alley ....;: .'.;...... Sey^ 2395  Roe   Transfer,   13C6   Granville'. St...................... Sey.  1815  Win   Hing  Co.,   501. Main >St...:..;...r :.:......-... Scy.  2457  Humphreys. John,   Locksmith,- 500   Smithe St .........'; Sey.  1773  Alma Mater.Society,   University of^.'13.  C,  10th and  Willow... Fair.  DECEMBER 21,  1S18.<                                -  Hood, Harry.  Piano  Tuner,   S45  Davie  St. "..Sey.  DECEMBER..23,  1918.  Sang Lee, Laundries.  246 Keefer St Sey.  Provincial Lumber Co., Ltd.,  744  Hastings West Sey.  Storrs, Dr. Henry  R.,  Phy. and  Surg.,  850  Hastings  West Sey.  19C  17S9  2559  17 92  S9C  7I  1033 Granville-St-  Vancouver. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  379  24 6  33G9  3250  1033  CHAH0ES.  DECEMBER 16, 1918.  Kerrisdale Lumber Co., Lumber and Shingles, from  45th and Boulevard  to -list and Boulevard .......'. .....Eburne  Owl Taxi Service, from 307 Carrall to 329 Carrall St Sey.  DECEMBER 20, 1918.  Armstrong Welding Shop, from 1734 Main to 1733 .Main St „• I'^eir.  Crown Chimney Sweeping Co., fro ml002 Pender E. to S20 Robson St Sey.  McQueen  Produce Co.,  Ltd., 25 Pender West, Sey.  3342  to .-.::.; Sey.  First  National   Exhibition   Exchange,  Ltd.,   Sey.   2713   to Sey.  2141  DECEMBER 21, 1918.  Burnabv Fertilizer, Ltd.. 536 Hastings West to 434  Richards : Sey.  S669  Sing, Y. W. & Co., Grocers, from 512  Main to 271   Hastings East............Sey.  4 955  DECEMBER..23,  1918. e  Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., Paints,  from  43 Pender W.   to  155  Pender West  :.,*:.X: Sey.  2871  Associated Industries of Japan, from 4 01; Cordova-W. to 159 Cordova W..riey.  26S8  Jo        ■  u  3. J. Trickey  E. E. Elliott  CENTRAL SHEET   METAL  WORKS;;!       ',  SHEET,  COPPER, -BRASS  and  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS i;  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING^ ;  Phone Sey. 620      151VS "Peniec St. W.  VANCOXTVER, B. C.  INQUIRIES      RECEIVED      BY      THE  SBZTISH   TRADE   COMMISSION  •Of^CAHADA.   ;  Inquiries received from British ex-,  port houses which wish to op.en connections with Canada:1 Canadian importers who may desire to obtain specific articles of United Kingdom manufacture are invited to communicate  with thf- British Trade Commissioner in  Canada, 367 Beaver Hall Square, M.on- ■  treal. who will be pl.-;n«':d :<> obt iln and  -furnish iCK'talocues and pr'ce list3 J of  ithe principal:.''^United Kingdom firms  mannfacturing/the   goods   required. I  /"rfflPOaTAK.^   —   Quote   the   British  Trade   Imiiry  Number   in   each   case.  !  Electric fires and cockers.—An English firm of manufacturing, engineers  t§.^^i.^.|,.^^i.;.(£».^,.^^»4«|».j»t5,^.!{.^.<&.;,t|»^.tj«5.  | ARCKITECTSj i ?  Members of The Architectural luatltnte  -    of British  Columbia.  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  11  AGEr&s POR  (I1  <•*  McCLARYl RANGES  VANCOTTTER  COPPERSfViaTlTis  Marine and General  TEE   CITX   WEIDEBS  Cor.  Alexander   and   Heatley   Aventii  Phone   Highland   299»  Benzie.  Jas. :A.,  f,10 Hnst. TT Sev.  Bryan &  Gilldm,  509  Richards Sev.  Dalton  &  Eyeleigh,   615  Hast.   W>? Sey.  3(!09  otOS  t  662  :  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30 -7l6o- 9.00  PRICES 20c - 30c  S3sams  ;Gardiner, ■T'X.G. & Mercer, 718 Grain.  '    Seymour .3672. •.  Henderson,   A.   K.,   C\S  Hast.   W Scy. 724  Honeyman  &■ Curtis,  821 /  "   Pender  W j). Sey.  1621  James W. Kcagrv,....2576 2nd W. ...Ray. 792R  Matheson. Robt.'•»*!.. 509 Rich...Sey. B0S8  Palmer,  Bernard  C,  616  Credit  Foncier  Bldf? Sey. 3$80  Parr  ft  MacKen/.ie,  736  Gran Scy.   7*11  Sharp &.:Thompson, 620 Pender W. .Scy. 1064  Townley, Fred I,.. 325 Homer...Sej SQ13  Twizell,  R.  P. S.,   837  Haat.W..Sey   7926  it.  «  <C  *  Industrial and Household    }{!  ' - '      '      ' (J  Gas Fittings  VICTORIA  A.   "R.   Hennell,   1086  St.   Louis  St 1171^1  J  C.  M.  Keith,  Sayward   Bids 1420  Sam   Maclure.   Union   Dank   Bldg .....2848  Lieut.-Col.    Ridgwiay-Wilson,   Belmont   House.  BRICK CONTRACTOR  CWmnoys,. "Fireplaces, Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  2085 45th Ave. "W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale  Phone Eburne  203L2   —— 1_  Hi  C. Bain, IVSanager  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 801  f  V  *  f  V  i  1  %  &^*%*^?&k,l't&%&*%<M'<l>*^^^  Evan*,' Coleman'*; JSvan«,>ft.  Col.. .. .S. 2i88  Wj,x .o,'N'«n '&.::cp,i"'"54"s; gejr, tjt..,>:, <79r,-*jJ9s  f  [CRXA'S'.n.S   ANiD?,H<>ISTf!'(BlilfecTKIC,  Tti* Holden Co.VL.td;;" H2 Pender St' iNV.  -i   X-.i-.-S:-   '.fi'-.-",,    ■■  :;-■"• *oy.  Ip65."  ■'•"•"'"■ 'DIES   AKT-D   TOOI.S. !  Gibbs  Tool &  Stamping Works,  356  Diifferin   W. .Fair. 2176  DRAFTING    ' ' ":  Do«iini»n  Blue  Print &  Drafting C».,  5J1    Granville   St. .... .Sey. 2497-4670  liRUA,)i—rOKTAIil.R    KI.KCTK1C  Darlinsr. Frunk &. Go.,  1142  Homer  Street Sey,, 41 00-4101  Th« Holden Co.. Ltd., i<3 Pender at. W;  ,0 "'     ' Hey.   10C6.<  BLKCTIUCAi: ■rOPl'Lt£8y';*K        ;  B    6.   *l»etrl«   C *T Lid ,..^.>   *: !C B000  Cut* & .'on.   15t  Sasllnci W.._ ...^  . .,.,.S«f.  IC0J  Darling, Fra.nji &, C#;, 114&'-Homer ,t >  ^treet       Sey.. 4100-4101  KMrVATOIt CAR9  AND KSVlAi&VRES.  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bar- 1043  W.  N: O'Nell   ft  Co..   HSB»j.  Si.  S. 479S-4708  Kltckl*--C*ntr.   *   Sup.   Co,   Ltd..  Orau.   St.  Bridge     8. 91«l  BLKTATORf*  Darlinjr. Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  .•Street     Sey.  4100-4101  ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominiorf Blue Print  &  Drafting Co.,  531  'Cranrille   St Sey. 2497-4670  }."1KEI CL4.T  Balfour,   Guthrie  St   Co..." 3.  9197-6576  Evans, Coleman A Bvane Ft,■■Co)..".8. 298S  Gilley Broe.,, j>Jew Westminster. Phones 15,16  W. N. O'Noll •.& Co., 648 Soy. St., S.4795-4798  Ritchie Con. *. Sup. Co.. Granvl. Bilg..8. 9WS  R. V. Winch A Co..  "Vlnch Bidfe'., 8. 219-im  'FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.(i2120 Cedar-Bay. 1043  FIKK   EXTINtlllSHER   SYSTEMS.  Barr & Anderson. 1&60  Homer St..,". .8.' 61S0  FI.OORINO  J.  Fyf*  Smith   A  Co..   1S2B   Richard*. .8. 113«  FORGiNQS  WestmlBSMr  Iron  Works.   New Wcstmluatar    Phon. 53  GALVANIZING  Allae    McKelvie  Enp. Co.,  Ltd High  1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver Gas  Appliance  Ce. S.    801  "glass)-—all kinds.  W. N. O'Noil A Co. 6JJ X*j. St.. S. 4795-479?  ■■"'" (IAKUWARE  Brown,   Fr»>>«r A  Co.,   Iytil.,   1130   (Tomer  St S. 71SS  Flett, J. A., 111 Haatinss W'...-..Sey.. »3a7-8  IfAliDW.OOD  KI.OOHS"  W. N'.  0*N«II A Co..  548 Sey. St.. .S. 4795-4798  J.  Fyfe  Smith  *  Co .  1S*M  Richards. .S.llSfl  iiAniiirooo lumbek  Smith.  J.   Fyfo  A  Co..   1330   Richards..8. 1196  HEATING—-HOT   AIK,   sTJEAM   AND   VKN-  TILATI>"G  Bailey, JB. A'., 1635 Granville St.,......S.' 1.16  Burr   A:   Anderson, ■ lOfiff'' H"6mer 'St...S. 618*  N'orman   Kydd.   906  Davie  St '/.Sey.  91SS  HOIijTING   K^GIVES"  Rltclile Con   A Pup.  Co..   Granvl.  Bdg..8. 9101  INSURANCE.  Ceperlcy,  Kounseiell   &   Co.,   Winch   Rldg.   .". .Sey.  7830  R.  V.   Winch  k  Ce.   Ltd.,  Winch  Bldt.   '.. Sey. 37J-1944  INTEKIOK   FKVISII  Evans,   Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298S  \V. S. O'Neil A Co., 54S Sey. St.-.S. 4796-479S  Hitchte. Con. A Sup. .Co., u.-a.nv.  Bdff..h. >i.o-  I HON   AND   UTBBI.—JTRrCTl'UAL  Ciin. North.wewt Steel Co., Ltd..  Prince Kdward  St.  ..- Pair. 2-396-7  Evans, Coicronn &■ Kvans.-.-Ft.- Col.. . S. i."8S  rniiL-hian. .f. A Sorm. World HldR.. . .3. ?»•"'  I!;tfh|... Cnn. * Sur. Co.. (Irnnv. Rd|r...S. 9!«f  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 cedar Uny. 1043  \V. X. O'Xeil * Co.. 548 «"<>y. St.. .S."478B-4798  Wcfilinmoler   Irua   SVorlc*.   New  Wentmtnsler     I'lione 53  IKON   AND   HTK1SI,—ORN.A.MF.NT.VL.  Aiti.-itic  Wire &   Iron   Works,   112-16  rhifierin     St.     K Fair.  26IS  Evans. Coleman & Brans, rt. Col.. .. .S. 2988  S. M. Morris &■ Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar "Bay.". 104.1  VV. N. O'.Vell 'A Co.; 548 Sey. St...S. C9S-4798  !lltrhi.> Con. & Hup. Co.. Oranvl. Bdsr..S. 916 '  Wesimlnster  Iron  World.   Nuht 'Westminster    Thorn 53  -          KALSOMINING '       ,  Dixen    fc   Murray .: S. 87S5- t76i  LATH-METAL  Bvans. Coleman  A Evans. Ft. Columb..fl. 198S  W. N. O'Neil A Co., B4S Sfty.  St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritohle  C-   and   J».   Co.,  Orn*.   St..-. ..S.'  tnsa  LIME.  Balfdnr,  .Out^rIe  & , Co '..'.'. .8/9197-G676  ETvans. Colemon & Bvans, Ft. Columb..S. 2988  Gilley Bros., New Westminster. .PhoneH 1 5. 16  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 5 48 8"?. St. ...S. 4795-479S  nitchle Con. A Sup. Ci . Granville. .S. 9182  R. V. Winch Co, Ld., Winch .BdK. .S. 373-1944  LUMBER  Federal   Lumber   Co.,    Uocors    Bids....- .1. 3S98-S  MACHINERY  Rrown,   Fraser A Co,,   Ltd..   1130 Heraer  St 3. 7135  Darllnj,',- Frank & Co.,- 114a  Homer  Street     .ley.  4100-4101  W.  N.  O'Noll A Co.,  048 Soy.  St...«. 4795-4798  IMtrhlc Con. A Sup. Co.,  Granvl.  Bd'R..R. 9Ifi)  The Holden Co., Ltd.. 642 Fonder 8t. W.*  S-'ey.  10C5.  MACHINE    WORK  Gilibi  Ti/o!   &  Stampiiiff   Works,  356  OunVrin    W I'air.  2176  Westmlnstor   Iron   WorkH.   Novt  Westminster     Phone 53  MANTKLS—BRICK. TILE A>*» WOOD  Evana,  Coleman & Bvana,  ft.  Col a. 3918  W.  N. CNoll A Co.,  648 6*F- St. ..B. 47«6-479»  Uitehl«   Con.   A   Sit*..} Co..   Gnmvilln. .S. 91«**  MAPS I  Oominion   lllue   Print   &   Drafting   Co..  531    Cranvile   St Sey.   2497-4670  MA BULB   A>1>   ONVX  Evtns,  Col«rn«-n A Brans,  ft. Col 8. 2988  W.  N.  O'Neil A «•-.   "i 8ey.  St. 8.  41798-4791  ■: PATTERNS   . ,,  •Aesimlnster Iron  Works.   NVw .weYtriUiuter    1'4  PHOTOSTATS  IJqmjinoi!  -i'hie ,-jyitit   &   Drafting   Co.  ', S>H .Grnnv-ilc   St........ ./^ttjr.   24  rv """     " I'Ki   IRON 'AND  Tl>'  BAlfour,   Guthrie  *c' Co.. '•; v-..',:. ■. ■■~%  Evane,  Coleman A. Kvans,  ft. C6L. .V.S  R: V.  Winch A 'Co.'.  Wiriea"Bid.:"fa.   27!  -,- .-■■•■.»ILIX«  ANU'TOLES  l.eiler«l   Liiml.ur    Co..    Itoi-'iirs,  KUIk «„....s.  y-:~  ■:■-,<-:     J'SI.K-ijKIVING,   ' '•*      "  fcvans,. Co.eraan & -Hvahs; ft.  Col   S  2988  KrM'«r'-atlv«r-'Plie " Onvir!.- 'Co..   Wow   U-''  _ -   :■ ril'E—SKWKK  ■Cifiu*' ^OIenl»n *'l£va/i« .Ft. Colum..S  h ,h,»Er^'* Vd3"'N*,,w -W^t....Phone,  w ^itr^'t ^„Sup- Co- ■ Granville..S  R. V.   Winch & Co..  Wlncb  Bid.     S  „   ,, , I'LASTKB  Balfour,   Guthrie  &. Co.. ...s.  9197-867*  f-vans.. Coleman & Evai-«   Ft. Coium    s  2**1  » . .>. o ..ell A Co., 64S Sev Kt 3 4-;i&i£.*~*.  RJtchle. Con. A Sud.cL Granv/£iii-jSlu'  Fv.n. ^rt, I'LASTKB ItOAKI) " P  fc-vans.  COjeinan A Evana.   ft.  Col  ■■aw  one 51  -467i  ■B67i  2988  -194 4  3998-f  2988  15. II  S16J  279-1944  2981  4798  91H  ^nStc nd:Td ?*lnt   Co-  of  Canada,  Ltffi,  1   430  Standard S Bank   Bldg  Se"«20ti  v PLASIKK   k'AICTITlON   BLOCKsf  Evan., eoleman A-Evans,   ft.  "ol"     3^  »,.„."-   *i-tSTEB—HKN4MENTAL    Jt  2981  Evans,  Coleman 4.1 SvaXa   ft   CoJ  '■VV. N. 0,'Neil A CoV; t48 sly   St       s"«»w.-,.  /  Bailey;' B.  *   Slip    Ctil.  I'LCMBIVO  298«j  «»1  wl---l *• A- 1033 Oi*a(iviIIe'St.,..,...  Barr   «   Andtirnon.    l«t«J llomor   St..  Ii  hu  Norman   Kydd,  906   Davie St.   . Se/i  rV    .,'        ,_»**EUI.ATIO 'TOOLS 1|  DarJIrifr, .Prauk & Co.. 114a  Homer ||  otr^et     -. 1       «pv   jmoliiai  The Holden Co.. Ltd., S42Pender al ^1  ' ' Soy. 5xi?d5.  PRINTERS ■-■■ ft  & Sons, Ltd. jf  Cfifc-lcy,  531   .Gran vile   St.....".... .,'$ry. '2497%i6  /•  29S8  „ KUOJ'NO  COMPOSITION  Evana. Colimian A Svar.s . Ft;V -olum. .$.&*„,,»  i.UevB*V.r^t..Co-'  LUl- 10th & Arbutus B«>. 6^  £,Lhb'n C,°<n" &* ?.?*'■ C/- .Granville.I&&16S  Smith,   Darltlson   &  WrUht,   Ltd.,   Homer sfd  r,   *n^, »«'•'.St.". r-.--.::x : S.f93ai  /,nSt:'!"(l''rt   ,J aint  Co-  of  Canada,  Ltd.;  °   ^l&iJ^  nlllK' • -Sey!l2913  aOOI'ING—Slr'KKT  MJSTAL      '*  CSp»   Cornlc*  i 11a   ^tooflnlf)      r.&  T,    0 ROOK1NO   .VATKKIAI, '|  The Barrett Co., Ltd., lnh & Arbutus nay. 63  n)?V,- $'olcn'a:' * Rvaru- Ft- Colum...<?«H>S8  R tcble Con.  A Hup,  Cr-„ vlranvllie B...K'918f  ril/,oSt^nclar''   /,aint   Cu-  tf Canada,  I.t<fJ  430  Standard   Hank-  -Hid;'...;'.. .     Sey":ffi913  .ROOFING-WHOLESALE     jf  the  Standard   Paint  Co.  ol   CaVtada  430   Standard   Bank.  " " "  „.        .  -  Bids-   ..  Sidney   Rubber  Roofing   Co    .  . i.-i'KOPK-MA.VII.A  Balfour,    Guthrie   &    Co..   .  RUBBER  STAMPS  Barley, A. G. .& Sons,  Lie  516   Pendor   W.  itdi;  .'.'":-. Sey.'.1291J   S.^149  • -«. 9197,-|57l  -ti  hAI-KS—VAJ.'I.T HOOKS -^  W*?v..TN^:l:*9,°'- i<S S"y.  St...?. 479*^i7M  SA.NO    (JUAVEF, AND CRISHUD  HOCK  i-vanay Coleman  &  Kvans,   ft.   Col S.'S98g  Gilley "••Bros.,   Ltd.,   New   West... Phone* It. II  Klton-le. Con.  & Sup.  Co.. Granv.'-Ha'c    S'ilKl  X.     '.*%*" J™?™-   WINDOWS.   KTC-h  W. N. OXeil .t   Cn..  K^,c  <s,.v.  SI...S. 4795-479«  SHEET   METAL M  Central   Sheet  Melal   Vv'orks Sey"j62«  KKS.   , .%?  (See   Lumlipr   tnii Tpfilngiea,)       ii  ,   SHOW  CASES ''',i  Dixon   &.   Murray...   , ! 5. H765-.&766  ■     ■ SI.ATK   .  Bvans.  Coleman  &.Kvaii!i    ft.   Col S.'2988  W. N. O'Nell A Co.. d4!< Se>. St.. .S. 4793-4798  K. V. (Vln-rh A Co.. Winch Bld.-.S. •.'79-1944  Rlfohio. Cop .ft Kup. Cm.. t;,r:inv nag. S.'filBJ  .., STKKL— KKINTOUCINtJ. ;  Balfour.    Guihrip   &    Co.. i H. 9197-«67g  Kvans,  Coleman  *  Evans,   ft.   Col S '2!»Rs  -STOKK    *    Ofrl-'ICK    I l.VTl K1CS    *    .STOKH  I'KONTS  Oixon   c*;-   Murray S3765-8766  Kvans,   Cnluman   &   Kvans.   It.   Col S..'St)88  W. N. O'.VpII A Co., 548  Sey.  St...S. 4796-t?7-98  TAH   AND   riTCH ,  The  Barrett Co.,   Ltd.,   10th & Arbutus  Hay; 63  Evans,  Colernnn  A   Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2988  TILE—OKAININO ; J  Evans.  Colftmnn  A  EvJans    Ft. Colum. .S.'2'98|  Gllloy Bros.,  New  Westminster  Phones   15', I«  Ritchie   Con. A Sup   Co.. Grirnv.   ltdt;. .S.-W0I  TILE—FLOOR   AM)   WALL        H  Evans.   Coleman  &  Evans,   rt.   Col S. 2988  W.-N.  O'-Nell 4-Co...S*8 rev.  St. ...S. 47D5-"4.798  TIN PLATES -„i  nalfonr.   Outhrle   *   Co j S.  9197-'fiE7l  Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.   Col S. $98J  R.  V.  Winch A Co.,  Winch  Bid. ..S.    279-IS44  TOOL   STEEL >t!  Darling:.   Frank   &   Cci.,   1142   Jlon.er  St.I-M   .' , !■".   4100-«10I  VACI/l/M   Cl.EANINfli RV5 IEAIH.    5  Barr  A'Andfrmn,   1&'60   Hnmpr   ft S.'tl8(  WALL    BOARDS Jrt  Evans.  Coleman  A Evans,   ft.    .'ol S. ZJ8I  The  Standard   Paint  Co.   of C-,iada,  Ltd.SS  430  Standard   Bank   UUlg.i Sev. #13  WATERPROOF CO>.POI'NII   '    l.j  The  Harrett  Co.,   Ltd.,  10th «'»  Arbutus  llay%.63  Evans,  Coloman  A  Evans,   .'t.   Col S. 8$88  ■W   N    O'Noll  A Co . b'/R   Si /.   St.. . S. 479S-'479*  The   Standard   Paint   Co    < f .Canada,   Ltd., ■  430   Standard   P.-ink   Plr jr/. Scy. 2913  WINDOW   SCREENS '!  Artistic Wire  &■   Iron  Works,   112-16 : '■  DulTerin     St.     V,. ; Fair. 2$4$  S.  M. Morris & Co.  Ltd., 2120 Cedar  H;iv. SS>43  W.  N. O Nell  *  f-o..  B4S   .<oy.; .<t  . .3. 479ii-47>M  WIRE   WORKERS ;•  Artistic  V\'ire  iv   iron  Work-:,   112-16 ';  DulTerin    St.     E Pair. 264*  WiRB} itOI'E  Bairour,    Outhrle   A   ''".o     8. 9197-8.87.1  Bvans,  Coloman  *;  Ei'ans,   ft.   Col S. ?B8fl  Ttltohle. Con. ft B"P. ' o.. Granv.   Bdnr..H. tl'S2  R    V.  Win'1''   *   Cn..   WlricW   "'''       '*      279-1941  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The    P.arrett    Co.,    Ltd.,    10th       Ave.  and   Arbutus   St Hay.     ,63  The  Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada,   Z.id.,  430   Standard   Hank   "'dpr Sev. 2913  Sidney  Rubber   Roofinj   Co S.  4140


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