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 'Z'7  '   ''■.£;  I  "iff  zm  f*"<  ■'■!,iri  Zf>  ^  :P  ~!  RECORD  PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers  asmm-aiiis  Cov-eremj-g: British Columbia.  Vol.   16,  No.  1,  Monday,   Dec.  9,  19'13  I  'iV.'J  *!*•'.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-55Q Seymour St.  k Man Is Accounted  ACCOTTSTT If he has * a bank  ACCOUNT. No .account is too  small to receive a courteous welcome; at thia bank. ',.  Tha '■<, ... r."  Komc Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   HaBtlngra   St.   W.  J.   P.  ittaoDONAlD,  Manager  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spi  Ships' Equipment  V II rt  «,*■ &E2 t^ke,vie Engineering Co , l*d V. -  VANCOUVER, B.C. .... Highland .1573  •UXLDING   FEBMITB   AHOUVXINO  TO  S5O0  OB   OV153 ISSUED  AT  THB  VANCOUVEB  CITT HAIL TE8TBBDAT  Nu-mbgr               Doscrlptlon  Cost  !)7:iO--Romod.  Dwell. ...   $2000  •  Street A u (Irons  tot  and  Block  Subdivision  Architect  Si.   .Mercer  Contractor  Address J Owner  Address  J. H. H. AY'llson  George Canary 1130 Howe  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Phone 2988  fm #1-111  Ft. of Columbia av  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRIC*!. ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER -  WINNIPEG  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "'Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFEMtilimi CO. LiMltEb  1320 Richards St. c Vancouver, B. C.  FRANK DARLING& CO.  St  BUILDING PERMITS  'i^l*1??*!**? *♦• *5* *■*- *Z>*2- -i~I* •£* - J* «5* -*j-"4**i* -£*• 1-  sold? to the extent of half a million at  least- he would not want to see the  building erected.  Jt ^ i-s   proposed   to . erect   the   struc  ture  occupied  ,   9731--W.  E.  Brown,    garage.  Turner St., $100.  D72:j—Beaver Transfer   Co.,  tions, 20 Trounce Alley, $120.  2044  altera-  "*  .'-  ■ trr  THE MOLpEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sole Asents In Canada For  Chicago Prieiirhatic Tool Co.  Boyer  Riveting  S. Chipping   Hammers;   Little   Giant   Drills;  Electric Tools;   Rock  Drills;  Air Compressors;  Fuel Oil and Gas Engines.  Duntley  Mwtrisl, Tsrssts  ffasiptf  542 PmJer SL '*.. Vancunr I. C.  Plus Sey. 10SS  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.,  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  LTD.  Phone Seymour 715S  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  TAXPAYEBS  TO  VOTE  ON  XCOKEV    UYLAWS    •ZS.^.'S    TOTAIi  TO KE^BX.* TWO mUXiX.IOi-TS  !Money bylaws for various''' projects  that will aK4i*eyate nearly two million  dollars, art- to he submitted to the ratepayers at the corning civic elections on  Jli.iiuu.ry 'J, according to decisions of the  city council at a special iiM-etintr held  i-nd-vy Jilsiit.  /(•!</*. tocai expenditure .which Uurse -t>y-  iaU'is eall'ioj', il tney should Oe ail .'massed, would amount   to $l,90o.00Q.  '1'he chef ht-i,r"m this, the most ambitious    financial    programme    whicli    the  city  as   presented   to   the  ejectors   since  pre-war,   doom   days   are   the   sun:.-;   of  ?7.'i0,0u0  for  the  proposed   *■ ic-tory   Hail,  and  |200,duO   ror  general   proirrumnie  of  road   improvement..   Tlie   latter   by-law  was   introduced' by Aid.   Woodside.   v. ho  pointed  out   tlie  ausoiute   need   I or  n.ak-  iiiK  some  additional   provision   I or   putting, the roads,  especially  in   many  outlying  residential   districts   in   sttap?   after Having neglected  them owiny  to the  financial   stringency   of    tlie   past    four  years of war time conditions.  Another   bylaw   for  a   large  sum   was  that lor $350,000 'for tl.'-u purpose of acquiring   and   purchasing   all   timber „ li- j  cense.--- and  crown  grants,  aiiiountin*;  to  ever  4,000   acres,   whicli   may   be   neees-  I s.ny  for  the prevention of the deprecia-  ' tion,    pollution,    or    diminution    of    the  1 water   supply   in   the   watershed   of   the  j .Seymour   creek,   and   also   the   develop-  i merit of the  water supply  there for the  .' city."  At   the   request   of   the   school   board  on the back at present wiiuiJieu.j  by the Central school site if arrangements can be made to. .""provide some  other site for the school now there.  -With' the proposed war memorial building on Memorial Square, immediately  buildings would make a handsome neu-  cleus... for the projected civic centre  group.  CONTR'ACT  AWARDED  FOR   REMODELLING  HOME  Architects Gardiner/& Mercer have  awarded a contract to J. R. B. Wilson* Co., 555 Hamilton St.. for the re-  ciodri'llng- of the residence of- Mr.  George Canary on Nelson street.  FOUNDATION    COMPANY  WANTS  SHIPS'  KNEES  VICTORIA—The Foundation Company is in the market for six or  seven thousand high grade ships-  knees. „ The lumber department is;  desirous of obtaining these* on Van-j  couver Island ■ and early delivery is j  essential. i  UMATIC TOOLS  "THOR"  Roller Bearing Drills •- Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers- -VYood Borers--Torbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills--Reamers, Etc.  Complete Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  .Phone Sey. 4100  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  by-laws   aggregating   S54-l,t>K0   for   vari-  TRADE  CONTRACTS   FOR  WESTMINSTER   BLOCK  Contracts  have been let  by Architects  Gardiner  &  fiercer in  connection with the remodelling of the Dominion   Trust   Bldg.,   New   Westmin-  BBAM8, CHAJTJVXncS, A-ffOI.ES, P&ATjBS, TEES. COX.JTBatM  COMFX.E7EEY EQXTIPTEV 7ABBZCATXE70  SHOPS  MNMNllORfHWKT Still COT, ltd.  Fairmont 8396 and 2397  Va-ncouTsr, M. C.  X.ondoa, Belh*.  Mout*i-«nl  WtaBlpeg*  Toroato':  Vancouver, B.  C.  R03ERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION ~ TESTS •- CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  ster, as follows:  Marble, Tile .& Glass..W. X. O'Neil Co.  ohs school improvements and new school  [rites were also put  through  tne prelim- (  ' inary   stages   prior   to   iln-.il   ratiacatioii j Heating    Barr   &   Anderson  j by   the  rate;>avers. ''-mi. t n    ,.   ^..  i     a   proposed   bylaw   which   the   park ! Plumbing  James   &   McGlughan  I board   asked   tlie  city   council   to   .submit ! Ploqfpj-ino- riivic    X.    <3r>v,c.  i to the ratepayers to authori:*.e tiiat body j     lablelm- •. uawb   -J.   bOns  | to lease a portion of the English fore-  j shore for a period of 1 .i ye.us 10 enaole  [ tlu- board to arrange with certain pro-  | moters   for   the   erection   of   a   SliiO.OOO  natatorium,   was also  considi-red   by   the  council.    On the reootnmciidation'of fity  .Solicitor Jones it was decided  to ask tlit-..  authority   of   the   provincial   leyislature  ■! for such  power, and   then  take a  plrbes-  citc of the ratepayers on the (jucstion.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  508 Hftsti*ag*s W., Vftncouver, B. C.  Csiuent Testing* Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing* I.n.bor*tory, Kooiu BI  Resident Inspecto'a at Large Manufacturing Center*  l COUS-TCil.   PASSES  P1AN  | FOB   S7G0.C00   VICTOKV  j KAM to batepayebs  I      My   the   bai*e   margin   of  one   vote,  and  I that    one    Mayor    dale's    casti:;.;    vote,  ! which    broke   a    four-four   tie.    the   city  j council,   near  the end  of a  si\*-!iou:' spe-  j cial  session   on   l-'riday   ni«hl,  decidrd   to  I submit   to  the  ratepayers at   the coining  j election  in ./anuary.'a  by-law  which pro-  ;-\-id<s   for !'o."rov.*iim* tho sum  or' *7.'.n.<■■■•■»  ! for  the .'rection  of a comitltieil  new citv  hall   and   bi-   auditorium,   to   be   known  as   Vancouver's   "victorv   lla»,'."  ;      Although   the   actual   :ind    fe.-ma!   on- '  i do.-sii'.i.iti   of  this   proioet   .1-.  ■■   ;,:.,. il   •■• '  tin-  council   l-\-   Ma-.o."   i.la!e   v ■: ■   -'i..!*: ■•■  CITY SURE   TO   GET  SOME  OF BIG  FUND  FOR   HOUSING i  While  there   will   be   a  lot   of red:  tape   to   unwind   and   perhaps   many j  vextatious   minor  problems   to   settle j  first,   it  is   almost   certain   that   Van-.1  GiHey Bros., Ltd  DEALERS IIS  i,  act  CRUSHED ROCK -SAND - - 'GRAVEL"  Ai! Kinds of Building; Material  902  Phone 15 and 16  Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  I  THE MMES BROOKES f OOOWORKiS G0.,LTB.  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Korthern   Rly.   Depot 1917  Calg*ary  Armory   1918  BoBBlaud   Hlg*h   School. 1918  Trtuiciulll*--   Sa-oitorlu-tn    1918  Phone Westminster 473  M  Our steam heated plant enables uh  to manufacture Veneer Work at any  season  of  the  year. '  We are now manufacturing* Interior  flttlritfs for the new B. C. Telephone  Building's head office in Austrian  Quarter Cut Oak.  1259—6th St., East Burnaby  j couver will get some of that S25.000.-  | 000  fund  which  has  been  created  by  ! the Dominion Government to  provide  ; improved housing- conditions for wage  : earners and also to obviate the acute  house shortage that is imminent when  hundreds, even thousands, of Canadian  soldiers who went overseas on a sin-  e.Ic  government  ticket  and  will   soon ,  be coining back on a double ticket.      j  Allocation of this S25.000.000 will be t  to the various provincial governments ;  on the basis of their population. That ;  will put the three Western provinces,;  including British  Columbia, at a cer- j  tain   disadvantage  as   compared   with f  such   more  densely  settled   provinces [  .,.,„„,„,    *.        ■    .-.-,  •'"'''••'Vf   Wil*-*  »» I as Ontario and Quebec, but if the pro-;  .'ti.-ioliite disgrace to tlie citv. Ho thought j i  vinuial   government   follows   out   the  same idea and allocates the lump sum  pro rata on a basis of population, then  Vancouver should    certainly    get the  lion's  share  for  British  Columbia.       j  The    complications    in    connection J  with the plan development when it is  stated  that each  city or municipality  make  application   for a  certain  allotment    to  the  provincial    government.     Before   that  is   possible,  however,   the   city   or   municipal   govern-  (Continued on Page 2)  Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Tr.-ist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.        We. are prepared  to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST  IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —   LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   OLAY  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 S037  put   up  to  his   worslii*-  hi:t!.--•-  ; that    the   :•;■ Iepay,-,-.<    will    have   ii   chance  ; to   vote  on   this   pressing   need   for   Vun-  j couver   was   a   Personal   triumph   lor   the  ; .Mayor.    In  iutrodueinv; bylaw  the Mayor  ; vacated the chair in  favor of Aid Koifers  (and   outlined    the   reasons   why   he   was  i .-islvln.ir  the  aldermen   to   put   this   hvlaw  ! through   its   lirst    two   readings   ami   al-  measure,   as   the   final    court   of   appeal,  low    the    ratepayers   to    pass    unon    the  at   the eomini: civic elections.     His  worship   w<nt   on   to   sav   that    the   present  rnm.sliael*le   citv   hall  that, with the shadow ol' war removed,  the time had now come when the citizens of Vancouver, the fourth city in  Canada, were ivadv to provide for some  proper buildings in the way of a new  city 11n II, which would combine with it  provision for an auditorium that would  have seating onpacitv for between N.000  and    10,000.  His worship went on to point out that  besides .eiving work to many artisans  at what mit-lit prove a critical time; it  would also provide for better city hall J  padly needed, especially in the matter must  'W' safe sDraco ;,>)(1 vault accommodation lor the city's archives and records  of over ::*.• years past. In connection  with tho \ ictory Hall [dan. the tnavor  said it was pronoscd to sell the malontv  of the roquind sum for debenture's  richt in the city in the form of Sf.il aud  •-J100   bonds,   and    if   tln-^e   could   not   be  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  tVEARINE RA3LWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing:  RitcliJe Contracting & Supply Co. Hi  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  Forcings  /Vfachsrae Work  Patterns  rks  John Reid, Proprietor  I  Modern Brack BejSBcfiingr  on  oentrully located  corner lot  $35,000.00 on terms  Got   full  partlaulurs  at   the ollloe of  GK2fERAi; ADftrnflSTBATJOK SOOTETT  Credit bonder Bldg:. tsso HasttnE-s Stroot West  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental ironwork  'Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. O. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  '    (Established  mi)  Publisbod   every    Monday,   Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  N. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  A ncYvspajier of ■ general circulation, featuring Building, Contract ing, Bng-inccnns, .Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining, Automobile, Pro.  ▼incial,   City  and   Harbor   Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  '■   PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription  Rates  Ooe month SI.00  Six   months $6.00  AH sufcscriptions arc   payable strictly in aJyasce  peace may take a long time. It is  already being hinted that there is  little hope of. the peace treaty being  signed in time for "peace on earth,  goodwill toward men" that is supposed to prevail for the gladsome  Christmastide. ' Meanwhile,. there is  only a truce—a suspension of hostilities for the time. The terms of  the armistice are-such as to prevent  Germany's further fighting on any  large scale. But the Allies have to'  be on their guard for some time yet.  B.   C.  (Continued from pagre 1)  ornciAi. ORGAN.  ment must, first decide whether it  wishes to borrow any large sum of  money and go into a community housing construction    scheme    on a large   is scheduled to blow out its one oper  Northport   and   Grand Forks smelters are operating one furnace each.  At the Sullivan mine there were 75  men down with the ilu at one time,  with eight or ten deaths.  ' The West Kootenay Power '& Light  Company, through its subsidiary  corporation, is now delivering juice  for the operation of the Northport  smelter.  This  week  the  Greenwood   smelter  NCORPORATIONS.  The following companies were  granted certificates of incorporation  during the week: Union Bond Company Limited, .$40,000, Vancouver;  tho Jordan Company of Canada Limited, $10,000, Vancouver; Burrard  Tug & Barge Company Limited,  $100,000, Vancouver; the G. W. Nich-  erson Company Limited, , $25,000,  Prince Rupert; Central Garage Limited, $20,000, Vancouver.  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING  and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. Chrystal & Company  ::   ::Vj::  Carpenters and Conti'-ifi-Jors  Store  and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  scale.    That  involves  also   the  ques- ating furnace   (the largest in   British  tion  of where  the model   houses  are Columbia), and the plant will be dis-  to be built and just who is to occupy mantled after nearly twenty years of  them and what rents are to be paid, operation.  The   Britl.sh   Columbia   Record   Is . the  •fllcinl oi-kjui of The Architoutural Institute of British Columbia, federated  with .  The    Hoval   Architectural    Institute   of   When   all   these   minor  questions   are  Canada  "mid lis ^^J1 '^,l'f1e?n,^11wJ,0l,V1Ji?   settled to the satisfaction of at least  tho medium through which to make, their   . <■  •fllchil   announcements    to    the    general   a majority of the ratepayers concerned  P,B1yCsuch selection the British  Colum-[the  city  or muncipality  must  submit,'  hia   Record  is  no  wise  p.leclfred  to  edi-   a bylaw for    ratification  bv a major-.  torial   support  of any  policy  advanced     .       ,..,.,.. .,    f Creek, 7 tons;  the Western Minerals,    *        lty ol  its  electorate, sanctioning the       , ,  ,   TT   _,  , . .        i     »     , ■    c        mu     Toketio, 2 tons, and J. H. Thompson,  borrowing of such    funds    from  the.  SEVERAL   MEETINGS  ON  HARBOR    IMPROVEMENTS  Harbor  improvement   and   terminal  facilities   will   be   the   subject   dealt  with at several public meetings to be  called   for   the   purpose   in   tho   near  future.    Messrs. H. H. Stevens, M.P.,  Four new shippers were on the ore   an(I   sanford    J.    Crowe,    M.P.,    will  speak on   this  topic at  the city  hall  on  Tuesday,  December 10,  at S  p.m.  by this society, hut maintains an absolutely' independent position- on all" matters "subject to editorial opinion.,,  ARMISTICE    NOT   A    PEACE  TREATY.  Despite     the     many     explanations  riven, many people still seem to fail  to understand the difference between  an    armistice   and   a   peace    treaty.  When the first news of the signing of  an     armistice     was     received—false  news   as   it ■■."subsequently; '•:, proved—it  was  accepted-by many as   "the end:  of the war.'V An armistice has been  signed    and   actual   hostilities:  have  stopped but the war is by no means  at an end.    Any minute some of the  sullen  Huns may have.;-"to  be'rtaught  another bitter lesson by some'fof the  Allied  arms   wlnch-V-ire  now  occupying a portion of the soil of Germany.  But    negotiations    looking .towards  provincial   government   for   this   purj  pose. ■  Aside from the red tape necessarily  involved the scheme is a good one,  and * it is believed the pressing need  tor increased housing accommodation:  will tend to expedite matters, so that  perhaps some action may be taken  here on the housing scheme early in  the  new year.,  list to Trail smelter last week, being the Arlington, Slocan City, 30  tons;   the Jessie-Bluebird,  Woodberry^iTw0 other meetingS; one at the Lord  Tennyson   school   on   Friday,   December 3, and another at Britannia High  school on Tuesday, December .17, will  be   held.    Messrs.  H.  H.  Stevens,   S.  McClay,   of   the   Harbor   Board   commission, and S. J. Crowe will be the  speakers  on   both   occasions.    Representatives of the Central Ratepayers'  association   will   be. present  and   set  forth   the  conclusions   of  that organization on the subject at each meeting.  Phone Seymour 1878,  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabluots, etc.  Switches  desiffnrd  and   built  for any  special  work.  ,  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.Cl  y  HSr-  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue prints for country  installation*     ■  906 Davie St. Siynour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Adamant, 35  tons.  On December 27th a sale will be  held in the various assessment districts throughout the province of  Grown granted mineral claims, on  which taxes have not been paid. For  Rossland assessment district it will  be held at Rossland, the district including Trail Creek, Grand Forks and  Greenwood mining divisions.  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  /     Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570 Richards  St. '  Thome  Seymour   175  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS'  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Km St  Sir J76I B«?.!12l!t  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  Baynes & Horie  General. Contractors  836 Hiwi SL  Seymoir 1389  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  Vancouver and Victoria  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  BC-ELECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have,  our   representative   call  Edward Gox  General  Contractor  Cabinet Makinc               Fixtures  Seynrar  1163  735 Rdnckeo St  NEW WORK -CONTRACTS LET  THE    TOZJiOWIlfa   TABU   BEOW8   SUILDIHOB   COSTIWO    $5,000     OB     OVEB,    ON     V7H1CH     CONSTBUCTION     IS  0HDEB WAY, OB ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEES' LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Credit-Faacier BM|. VaocMier, B.C-  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Richards St.  Seymour 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymour 3535                         601 Pacific Bide.   =   Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 Lariu BHz.                        SeymMr 6506 1  Cbarsotez       Cotrt  Residence     • $7,S0«  Tuberculosis   Clinic   47,130  Grain   Elevator       70.000  Church •   35,000  Commercial   Bldgs 25,000  Residence    : •      5,500  Residence    ....:.      9.000  Residence        10,000  Residences    each    4,000  Brick . Building      Bungalows      6.000  Refreshment    Stand     $3,000  Residence           ".0°°  Mill   Warehouse $o,000  Kesidence    £500  Bungalow '°„  Remodelling    Building        10.000  Residence       -"^'222  Powdered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Brick   Bldg ••    5000  Dwelling     •      5,000  Warehouse    8,000  Residence 8.000  Remodel   Boarding   House $5,000  VANCOUVER  XiOOAttOIl    Shaujhnessy   Heiebts..          Owner   F.   A.   Dietrick  Pender Street   Rotary  Club  Beach Ave Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St... First Church of  Christ Set.  Fairview and Point Grey. .Us-versity of B.  C.  1305—12th  Ave.  W .Wesley  Rowson  Shaughnessy Heiehts    S.  J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy  Heights    G.   VV.   Tornroos  Angus  Ave. Macaulay   fc   Nicolls  Seymour  St  B.   C.   Tel.   Co.  Magee Allan   &   Richards  Hastings  &  Carrall B.   C.   Elcc.   Co.  2875   Alder  Street A.   R.   McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &    Grain    Co.  1906 Trafalgar  VV*. A. Cantelon  14 36 loth Ave. W...:„... H. D. Christie  Cor. Davie an-J Granville Sts.. Geo.  E. Trorey  S.E.    Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St .'..V.'.B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  131   Hastings   St.   E Pemberton   &   Son  1946   llth  Ave.  W John   T.   MacDonald  Industrial    Island     Crane,    Ltd.  shaughnessy  Heights P.  VV. Racey  1447 Barclay St , Confed Life Ass'n  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main SL Seymour 4878  Character -    Oo-rt  42-Mile   Extension     300,000  11 listings-Barnct   Road       Bridge Span & Trestle      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   Service   BU-lg. $151,236  Bridge        liank   Building    12.000  Bridge        Pulp   &   Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000 |  Cold  Storage & Cannery $150,000  Residence            .0,000  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Archt.  contr.  Fred L. Townley  *.S. J. Newitt  J. A.   Benzie Baynes  & Horie  H.  H.   Gillingham    Owners  Matheson & DeGucrre  .-.'..' Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson     S.   N.   McLeod  L.   ii.   A W.   C.   Vernon Vernon   Bro5.  Jas.  A.  Bc:izfc..L S. J.   Newitt  Jas.  A.' Benzie   S. J.   Newitt  A.  E.  Henderson S. J.  Newitt  Owners   Adkison A Dill  Fred   L.  Townley G.   M.   Champion  Owners        Owners  Fred.   L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  A.   E.   Henderson D.  &  W.  Gray  Fred L. Townley  Day Labor  H. D. Christie  W. J. Read  Gardiner  A  Mercer Harrison   &  Lamond  Fred    L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller   Engineering  Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.  J.   II.   Bowman Baynes   &   Horie  •    Owner  Owners     Dixon   &   Murray  'as.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for salt—  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for bein^ in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  Ton realize..that the better you are known the more business you  ,   will do.    Ask our advertising: manager to talk tht  matter over with 3'ou;|y{Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 Homer Ritharis Lane-  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  Owner  Railway  location     Clinton     ,,..P.G.E.  Hastings  St.  E ."   Twigg t»   Lulu  Island   Victoria         Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers  Pass    C.   P.   Railway  .'North   Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzen. .Arner.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain It.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess  Mining  Co.  Princeton  t» Copper  Mt....B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster   River—Comox   Dist... Prov.    Govenn't  Nfanaimo     Royal    Bank  English-nan's   River,   Alberni   Dist.. Pr»v.Govt  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber A Pulp Co  Steveston     D«-rn.   Government  Clayoquot... .Clayoquot Cold Stor. A Can. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather  Arch  Contr.   Northern   Const.   Co.   Cotton Co.   Wm.     Greenlces    .R.   MoncriclT   Armstrong,   Morrison   A  Co.,   Ltd   Carter,  Halls A Aldinger   Hodgson A King  Owners       Owners  Owners              Owner   W.   p.   Tiemcy  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wka Dept... Robertson & Partners   Hodgson   &  King  Prov.    Pub.   Wire.   Dept Wm.   Greenlces       Owners  Public  Works Dept Hodgson  A  King     Owners  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnace*, and Boilers a Specialty i  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone MlKHInnd 72S 2021 Wall St  VANCOUVER, B. C.  <H^^H^^M^♦^^H^♦4.)^^.♦^4.^(3,.J«g,^+^M^A 4^'t^*^*^^^^'*^^^^^^^^^:^,^  t  Owner  Newitt  PILING™* POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  t  4  i  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Seymour 3998-3999   t  •M*>4.-gHfr».i.**«fr*.->4Hfr»^ *4I^<K4<)44h|»MhM4444^  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bldg.  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 - 8th Ave. W. Bayview 2278  CO., LIMITEI  ors  Office 813-8IS Bower Bldg,  Vancouver, B. C.  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in  British Columbia.    The paper is  of   excellent,   uniform   quality  and   of  great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT,  LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. 0. Right  Prices  "•WoarweU"   Paints.    Sliinffle    Stains,  and "Anti Danip" preparations.  W. S. HARVEY MPO. CO.  1063 Oranvillo St. Soy. 3497  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  SHIPPING AND FOREIGN TRAD  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymonr 3053  SHIPBUILDING  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  ■ VICTORIA.—With two hulls in  frame and another half-framed, there  are signs of increasing activity at  tlie Mud''/Bay yard of the Cholberg  Ship Company. The keelsons are in  and tlie stem and sternpost erected  on hull No. I, and the stem and  sternpost for hull No. .2. are in course  of preparation.  Now that the three ways are occupied, the company proposes to take  steps to lay down a fourth ways.  The company has a contract to build  nine 1,500-ton wooden schooners for  Norweigian interests.  have tlie United States Shipping  Board rescind or modify its recent  -jancellation   order. ,.,  The Northwest interests point out  that practically all the wooden ship  contracts have been placed in British Columhia of late and virtually  all are ,011 private or independent  contract, while the shipyards across  the border continued to be handicapped by the policy of the Shipping  Board. --  Advices have been received here  that the big steel passenger and car  ferry. Cauora, which is designed for  the C. N. It. service between the  Fraser River and Vancouver Island,  is due to arrive oh the coast Tuesday.     She will  first go to Victoria.  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturer*!  Ornamental Iron Worlc and  all kinds of Wire "Work.  112-16   Dufferin   St.  Fair.   264S  G.  Kilgren  General Contractor  962  14th Afti.  Fairmont 94BL  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND  MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED   1886  733 HsifltitiffS' St. XV. Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820  A determined effort is being made  by the Northwestern interests of the  United States to retain the wooden  shipbuilding industry, and in this  connection strong arguments are being put forward by the Washington  Wood    Shipbuilders'    Association    to  The Tokai Maru, of which A. M.  Gillespi, of Seattle, is agent, arrived  in Vancouver last Saturday evening  from Singapore,  The Canadian Robert' Dollar Company's steamer, the Harold Dollar,  reports that she will arrive in Vancouver Wednesday morning with a  large  Oriental  cargo.  SERVICE  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET  VANCOUVER. B. C.  "** A**-  FACT vs. FANCY  . PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORM-  ANCE, 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 >"s tested  point by point in comparison with other trucks.  The fact that 72% of LITTLE GIANT sales last year were re-sales to satisfied  customers is the final proof.  Don't take our word for it—ask LITTLE  GIANT  owners about the dependability, economy and efficiency of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  INSIST UPON RECORDS OF PERFORMANCE, NOT PROMISES OF PERFECTION.  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  at no Cost to you.  The launching of the ' wooden  steamer Antinous took place at the  yards of the Pacific Construction  Company,   Coquitlam,   on   Saturday.  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional Information regarding  these inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to, "The  'Commercial Intelligence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  asking* for additional in formation. Re-  uest for each opportunity Hhould be on  a separate sheet and Htate opportunity  number. The Bureau does not furnish  credit ratings or assume responsibility  aw to the standing of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all   cases.  LATEST   ENQtriBIES.  The following inquiries are the latest  received. For rapid perusal the render  may know at a glance Items of interest by noting the class of goods mentioned   at   the  end   of  each   inquiry.  IMPORTANT—-"Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  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, Tim ken-  David * Brown worm gear .  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spfeer universal .joints. ■  Two, three and a half and  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  USE  (C)  (7)  (8)  (10)  (ID  (12).  (13)  (M)  (15)  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  currant's 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  dasires addresses of firms in Canada who could use their manufactured products, which a!re bags  and rope-  San Francisco house is in the market for wood-pulp.  Mexican firm asks for quotations  on Canned salmon, rolled oats (In  packages), 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  fertilisers, light and heavy chemicals, dyestuffs, iron and steel products, metal wares, stationery,  paper of all kinds, cotton and woollen' piece goods. They are also  prepared to export all the usual  Japanese lines. .. ■ ■  Japanese lirm: wishes to establish  connections with pulp "manufacturers. ■  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  I Sevinour 331 Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  Itesiis below, have been published  In tlijBsa columns heretofore, but are  carried for read7 reference for a few  days pending- the publication of later  Inquiries.■_ _ -...■..'_._■..._  796.    Machinery   for   papermaking—  I A-Natal   Orm   who   purpose  manufac-  j turing paper, news and wrapping*, from  la native grass, similar to Esparto, ask  , for particulars from Canadian manufac-  I turers of paper machinery.    Other details,   together  with  a  sample  of  the  grass are on file at the Department of  Trade and Commerce, Commercial Intelligence Branch,  Ottawa. I  797. Foodstuffs,   metals,   chemicals,;  etc—An. important firm in Genoa wishes j  to get in touch with Canadian houses  prepared to export to Italy after the j  war,  cereals,  mineral and  metals,  industrial   chemicals,   codfish,   fish   and  other  oils,  canned   fruits,   meats   and  fish.  798. Tools, machine tools and steel.  —A Turin house of steel and tool representatives wishes to hear from Canadian    exporters   of   tools,   machine  H tools and steel, for after-the-war-trade.  I 799. Office supplies.—A Milan firm  ■ desires to get in touch with Canadian  I j firms wishing to export to Italy ink-  "   i stands,   carbon   paper  and   typewriter!  I ribbons, rulers, envelopes and station-,  j ery, penholders, fountain pens and^pen-l  j oils, ordinary and coloured blotting pa-!  per, paper knives, coloured pencils, pa-!  per weights, pencil boxes, schoolbags,  steel pens and gold nibs. etc.  800. Technical articles, machine  tools, electrical material.—A firm in  Milan who, before the war worked for  German houses, wishes to be put }n  touch with Canadian houses who can  supply machine tools for the working  of wood and metals, electrical material and technical articles.  801. Foodstuffs and soap—A firm at  Velletri (near Rome), inquires for codfish, conserved herrings, preserved  fruit, soap and cereals.  802. Lumber.—A firm in Genoa who  before the war carried on import lumber business from Canada, wishes to  reconstruct itself with Canadian exporters.  803. Lumber.—A house    of    lumber  importers at Genoa, with branches at  llologna and Mestre and lumber stocks j  at Sampierdarena, wishes to hear from  Canadian companies.  804. Lumber.—A  Genoese house of  (lumber importers, with    branches    al  Venice, Rome, and Sampierdarena and  which has imported teak from .lava and  Siam. desires to obtain Canadian luin-  bor after the war.  ELASTIC U  Tho Tough,   Elastic, Adhesive  Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  e  Bend for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 63  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  For .over  eight  years 'FEDERALS■  have been built by astrong, well .'financed',  company which has devoted its energies  to  Motor  Trucks* Exclusively—That's  why they are Built right—Ask*'  Tucker Motor Company  Sey-aienr 3SG5  833 Fender St. West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  COPE & SON  150 Hasting St., W.  'Phone Sey.8600  ESTABLISHED 1898  Twenty years   in  business  In Vancouver  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.  COPE & SON  1 50 Hastings St.9W.  3B30BjB5SGCJS* > *  /■•H**' ■-*••  -ar-  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ,*.tA«vir:v.*3'Jt;r  ■W  "BAGLEY'MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  BAGLEY a  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  3 Ltd.  FACTURERS  8MHaamBH«fflBgmB»^^  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  Sjragsgasgaaaggsiss-^^  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 PRICES    '  PHONE SEY. 316  81R&A1ERS0N  PLUMBING aiid HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Eqillprtieiil:  Phone Seymour 8180  1060 Homer SL  Vancouver B. C.  ORGANIZE FOR DEVELOPMENT  VICTORIA.—-A meeting of citizens  has adopted a comprehensive platform as the basis of Victoria's future  industrially and'economicaly and will  shortly form an association in an effort to have the principles outlined  put into execution.  The platform includes fullest utilization of the Ocean docks as the  Pacific terminus of the Canadian  Northern Pacific Railway, the immediate erection of a grain elevator,  the early completion of the Johnson  street•„ bridge, and amalgamation of  the present City of Victoria, with  Oak Bay and Esquimalt municipalities and the southern .•■ portion of  South  Saanich.  PRETTY POOR  Fraser River  !LE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, Mgr.:  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC. ...,;.".  Owners of fug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front SL New Westminster  Telephone 1015  BROS.  Rffloved to 51S PENDER ST., W.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  rsr Guide  When Buying Bulfdingr Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  "Wot'd you like best about his aetin'  Hamlet?"  . "I liked de music when de curtain  comes down at de finish."   /  Plans, specifications, etc., can now  be seen at the offlce of the Government Agent, Court House, Vancouver.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works  Department, Victoria,  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Cow Bay Launch Harbor Protection Work;" will be received by the  Honorable the Minister of Public  Works up to 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, the Tenth day of December, ISiS,  for (.he erection and. completion of Pile  dolphins, Floats, etc., at Prince Rupert,,  B.   C.   (in   the   Electoral   District   of C t0   teilter  into   contract   when Uhan noon bn the 2Sth'day of Decern-  B.  C, November 25th, 19IS.  TIMBER   SALE   X1360.  Sealed Tenders will be received by  the    Minister    of'   Lands    not    later  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  ami STORE FITTINGS  GENEftOAKPENTES WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSCMINING  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  Prince Rupert). '  Plans, Specifications and Forms of  tender may be seen on and after tlie  25th day of November, 191S, at the  o(tic*?/fc)f the Public Works Engineer,  Parliament: Buildings, Victoria,. B;< C;  District Engineer's office, .Court HOuse,  Vancouver, and the office of J. H. iUc-j  Mullin, Government Agent, Prince-Rupert, B.CZ '  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank checjue or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank  of Canada, made payable to the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, for  called upon to do so, or if he fails to  complete the work contracted for.  The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the  execution of the contract......  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied  and signed with the actual signature  of the tenderers.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Provincial  Public  Works, Victoria, B. C, Nov.- 25, 191$.  "bar, .19IS, for the purchaser*-of License X1360, 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,  Nimpkigh   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.   < -  ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES . ■ »'■  Dominioli  IJltic Print A Drafting Co.,  5 J J  -■ Granville " St. .....Sey.   2497-4670  AKCHITECTI*tt.\r.    TKItKA     COTTA.  Bvans,  Coleinan  &  Kvans,  Ft.  Col.'St.,'S. 2988  O'Neil,   XVm.  N.  Co.   Ld.,  548. Seymour.S. 4795  Ritchie   Con.    A   Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Qran.    *.„.  Bridge 8.9182  ASPHALT   FELT.     ,  Evans. Coieman A Kvans,   ft.  Col .8.298 8  The Barrett Co., Ltd., JOth & Arbutus  Hay. 63  The  Standard   Paint' Co.  of Canada,  Ltd.,  430   Standard   Bank   JJIdg..... Sey.  2913  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ceperley,  Rounsefell   &   Co.,   Winch  Bldg.   •••- ....?.-....Sey.  7820  BANKS  Home   flank  of   Canada....... S. 5270  BANK,   OFFICE   &   STORE   FITTIWOS  The  lames  Brookes Woodworking Co.  Ltd.,  1259 Cth S.  1C,  Bi.iniaby..Wcst.  473  BLUE   PRINTS  Dominion  Jllue  Print.&  Drafting  Co.,  5.51   Granville   St ......Sey. 2497-4670  UKICK—ALL KINII8  Evuna    Coleman   A 'Evans.   Ft.   Col..   S. 29SS  Gllley  Broii.,   Ltd.,  New West.,  Phones 16.   16  XV.   N.   O'Nell & Co.,   .48  Sey.  St.,  <3. 4795-4798  L-lchle  pontr.   A   Sup.   Co;,   Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  BrldKe«  ......s.    9102  R.V.Winch  ft  Co..   Ltd..   Winch'B. -8. 279-1944  BVU.M'SG.   l'KLTS   AND   I'AI'BKS-  Evans, Coloman A Kvans, Ft.. Col.,. .S. 29SS  W. X. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St.. S. 4795-47MK  The linrrett, Co., Lid., 10th A Arbutus Bay. 63  The Standard Paint Co. of Canada, Ltd.,"  430 Standard Bank. Bide*... .:■■:. ..Sey. 2913  BONDS—SrKETV.  Ceperley,  Rounsefell   A   Co.,  Winch   Bldg.  '*.    ..-• • . . Sey.   7820  R.V.Winch & Co.. Ltd..  Winch B., S. 27*9-1944  CARPENTERS  Dixon    &   Murray..... S. 8765- S76G  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs  Tool  A  Stamping- Works,  356  DufTerin   \V.   ................... Fair. 2176  .,-      . MX*LTj*WORK.  I he .l.-imes  Brookes Woodwork!^'CdTr'""■''•""  ,-:■    Ltd.,  1259 Cth S.  ]•:.,  Burnaby.. West.  473  MOTORS    .  15.   C.   Electric' Co..   Ltd..  MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Little Giant  Motor Truck  Co   Reo   Motor  Car  Agency;   Ltd   Tucker  Motor  Co.,  833- Pender  \V.  MyLTIGRAPHING      '  Dominion   Blue   Print   it   Drafting*   Co.,  531    Granvile   St .....Sey.   ...B. 01*04  ...Sey. 331  ■ . Sey. 1860  . .Sey.   3565  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Ten-  a sum equal to 20 per cent, of tender,! der for Ganges School," will be re-  which shall be forfeited if the party J ceived by the Honourable the Minister  tendering decline to enter into con-j of Public JVorks up to 12 o'clock noon  tract when called upon to do so,."or! of Monday, the 9th day of December,  Sul^>'''lf)^'.irlA}.tlt^'<^^'<^'l't^l^^rr-'^''.'tl>J.'^'l^r-'''  »^64**<^4'.*»*^      e      *t      *      V      *      -x*      *       s*      •      *■      *     aA      4    . ^.     *      .,-      •  I    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    f'  ^>^-'>^*l^<-^»^*8|^^^'^*^^*v,'3>v^*J*'5>^  CITY OF VANCOUVER.,/  Mayor  Executive Department   ......,....;.... .R. H: Gale  if he fail to complete the work contracted for. The cheques or- certifi:  cates of deposit of unsuccessful tern  derers will be returned to them upon  the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered un-  191S, for erection and comi>letion of  a small' one-room School at Ganges  Harbor, Salt Spring/Island, in the  Islands. Electoral District'; B. C. ■  Plans, specifications,  etc., can now  be  seen' at- the  office   of  the   Super-  less made out on the forms supplied;  vising  Architect,    Public   Works   Designed with the actual signature of the! Payment, Victoria, or that of W. M.  tenderer,  and  enclosed in  the envel  cpe furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,   Z-  Mouat, Esq., Secretary to the School  Board, Ganges, B. C. ;  Lowest   or   any   tender   not   necessarily accepted. '"■"'■'.'■  ''.'■  A.   E.  FOREMAN,  /  Public   Works   Engineer.  Public Works  Engineer. -Public Works Department,  Public Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, Nov. :25th, 1918.  A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and :Z  Steamfitting  DEPARTMENT OF  WORKS.  Notice   to   Contractors.  COMOX    DISTRICT—Highway Bridge  over   the   Salmon    River   at   Sachs  Crossing, also  Highway  Bridge over  the  Salmon   River at     the     Second j  Crossing  about   Four  Miles   West  of  Sachs Crossing, which Sites are distant about Four and Seven Miles, re-  Victoria, B. C, Nov. 18,'.1918.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  MISCEI.I.AirEO-D-3   FlUlFOSAlia  The time for the tenders for the  erection of 12 cottages at Squamish,  on the P. G. E. Railway, has been extended for one week to Dec. 9.  X033 GranvIISe St.  Vancouvar, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  ft-e*. Bay. 77  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  LADYSMITH  HIGH SCHOOL.  Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten  spectively, up Stream from the Sal-[der for Ladysmith High School," will  man Bay Wharf, Johnstone Strait, !be received by the Honourable the  Vancouver Island, B. C. [Minister  of  Public   Works,   up   to  12  Separate  Sealed   Tenders,  endorsed j o'clock noon of Tuesday, the 10th, day  as above, will be received at the De- of December, 1918,  for erection  of a  S. J. Trickey  E. E. ElUott  CENTRAL SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  COPPER, BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151 Vz Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  -.T!  partment of Provincial Public Works,  Victoria, B. C. up to noon of December  12 next, for the erection-and completion of two bridges over the Salmon  River.   ;  ! Drawings, specifications, forms of  contract and* tender rnny be seen in  Room No. 7, Fast Wing, Parli'iment  Buildings, Victoria, B. C, in the office  of the District Engineer, Court House,  Vancouver, and in the Government  Agent's office, Cumberland, B. C, on  and after the 28th instant.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or ccrti- *2*  Jicate of deposit, made payable to th"  Provincial Public Works Engineer, for  a sum equal to ten (10) per cent, of  the tender as security for the due fulfilment of the contract, which shall be  forfeited   if   the   party   tendering   de-  <v^'fK'-8'v-£>-f*l><f•^^*§^•^-••^<^■-I->'?--^*''^<M•'*l^  | ARCHITECTS t  ^^^^^.j.f-^^tt^j.^-is^^^A^j^^.'.tfeA.*?*-;.)-}^  Members of The Architectural Institute  of  British  Columbia.  two-room  addition  to    existing  School,"   Ladysmith,   B.   C.  High  *S^*€t**i',l^v^^H-^-t,'iMi"*,J-^'f,,^'S'v*f!^-5>'*^*i*'ti'i  *..  *h  •a*-  *  V  t  t  •f*  4»  ' City Council  vVardn.. Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2 .'.....W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3 .....W. C. Marshall  Ward 4 ......Jos. Hoskins  Ward 5 ...: ...ZZ. ......AV. R. Owen  Ward "6 -.:... .:. :. S, C. Elliot'  Ward 7  ...............Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8  .F P. Rogers  Financial  &  Clerical  Departmelnts  Clerk '■{...,...... ......Woi. McQueen, B.A:  'Comptroller.. .....G. F. BaidWin  Treasurer ..........1............ J; J. Johnstoije  Accountant - ......„.....A. J. Pilkinfeton  • Engineering Department  .-;  Engineer ........F. L. Fellowes  Building Department; I  Building Tnspector.....:..R; A. McKeiozie  Water Department  Jeeretary .....: S. J. Montgomery  Health   &.   Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer- F.' T. Underhill  Library  Librarian  ....„ .......R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers,  Chairman  A. C. J. Leek G. W; Hutchings  M. S. Logan       George Eldon  W. S.'Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician ...C. H. Fletcher  Street & Sewers Department  Superintendent .....John Morton  Police Department  Police Magistrate H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk B. Robinson  Solicitor B. F. Jones  Prosecutor R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief 1. H. Carlisle  «|t^^•I*^♦*•^-*•^--^^•"^*•V^^>£^^'*•'I•*^>%«^J^•i•'t'•I•••I••-J,•J•  CEMENT.  Balfour, . Outhrle  &   Co.. t,:  919',-C67ff  Rvnns. Coieman A Kvans, Ft. Col. ..S. 29SS  Ollley Bros.. Lti., Now West., Phones 15. 16  W. .V. O'iVislt A Co.. 34S h'ey. St.. S. 4795-479S  Ritchie   Contr.    &   Sup.,    Ltd..    GranvlUe   St.  Bridge     S. 9162  R.V.Winch  A Co.. Ltd.,. Wl'.ch  B„  S. S79-im<  'OK,lfKNT TKSTIXO  A..VO  ASSAVINC.  Hunt,    Robt.   XV.   A   Co.,   Standard   Bunk  Bldg ■.- ...S. 2193  Oo^TKACTOUp—(iKXEKAL.  Armstrong,   Morrison.   A    Co.,     Ltd.,    Bower  Big.    '-  ...... , .. ■;.';-.    S. 1S38  CONTRACTORS— TI^E-^'fKnKAZfcU.  2v»nj,   Coleman  &  Evans,' ft.  Co).. .. .S. 2988-  VV. N.   0'.Voii;&; Co.,  5<S Sey. St.. 'S.' 4795-479S  CKAXK8' ^Kt)':riOlSTS    (KI.KCTHIC  The Holden Co., Ltd., 6-12 Pender St. W.   *  Sey.   lOSo'  DIE8   AHD   TOOtS.  Gibbs Tool &  Stamping*  Works, 35f>  Dufferin   XV:   ........;... Fair.' 2176  DRAFTING  Dominion Blue Print &  Drafting Co.,  531    Granville   St........ ..Sey.  2497-4670  DIUI.I.S—I'ORTAUI.E ■■ KI.KCTR1C  Darlins*.  Frank & Go., 1142 Homer  Street     .........:.........Sey.  4100-4101  Th« Holden Co., Ltd.,  642 Pender St  W.  ','.    Sey.   1065.  EX.ECTRfCAI. SCFJ-HES  B,■■ C.  Bleotrlc C»,.   Ltd ......:....^_l.:.^..Li.'_.......S. 50*10  Cop« 4 Sou.   ISO Hastlnsa W.... ._..„„..„.. Se>. It302  Darling*; .Frank & Cm.. 1142 Homer  Street    ..:......:..:...:. ........Sey.  41.00-4101  EIRTATOB RAKS AND  ICNCXOSIIUEJB.  S. M. .Morris,*:Co."Ltd., 2120 Cedar Kay. 1043  W.N.O'-N'ell ft Co., »4»-3e>. St. S. 4795-4798  Kltohla   Contr.   *   Sap.   Co ,   Ltd..   Gran.   St.  BPtdg*   v..*.......................   8. 9K2  ■■■■'■yz :zz :;. elrvators :■••"•■  Darling:, Frank"■& Co., 1142 Homer  .   Street    :........7.:. ..^Sey*.  410(0-4101  ENGINEERS. SUPFLIKS    '.''•'':■ Z''  Dominion   Blue Print ■&  Drafting Co.,  ■■■..;. 531    Granville   St.. .,...*.. .Sey. 2497-4670  .;'.''nicE clay,'..'"" .  Balfour.: Guthrie   &   Co.. ....... ,S.  9197-S576  Bvana; Coleman & Evan* Ft. * Col.. .S. 298S  Gllley Bros.,, New Went minster. -PhonftH 35,1«  W. N.;0'Neil * Co., 548 Say. St, S.4796-479S  Ritchie Con. A Sup. Co.. Oranvl. B<J*r..S. 91«'  R. V. Winch *  Co.,   Vlnoh  Bid*.. H. i79-l»44  FJRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar fiay.. 1043  FIBB   KXTINtil'JSHER* ^YSTBSIS.  Barr A Anderson.  1060  Hcmer St. ....8.  «1S0  FI.OOBIKG  J.   Fyfe Smith   &   Co..  1324   Rlchardj. .3. 119<  FORGINGS  Westminster  Iron Work*.  New Westminster    Phon« 53  2W-4670  :    OFFICE AND  STORE  FITTINGS  Dixon   •&   Ahirniy S. 8765- 876(5  OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  Western   Specialty, Xld.,  572   Gran. -Sey. 3526  PACKING,    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   GOOD*  Dunlop Tiro &  Kuliber Owxls Co:, Ltd..  84 I   C'KinMe  St. _  8.   13 S.25M  PAINTING  &/PAPER   HANGING   "  Dixon   &   iMurray.. S. «765- 8766  rAlNTS—riKE-l'ROOl-'.  VV. N. O'Nell 4 Co.,  64S Soy. st.-.'.S, 47*16-4791  TMI.VTS—I)/t.-WI>  I'ltOO*'.  lsv»n«,  Coieman & Kvans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  £/ l\ O'Noll** Co. '548 ..Sey;  St.   .9.47*15-4798  I he  Standanl   Paint  Co., of .Canada,  ltd  430   Standard   Hank   liids......... Sey. '2913  PAPER  .Smith.  OaTlduon  .1 Wrlwlit. Ltd.,  iromer  and   Dack-   Sta. ; S. 9505  VAHTITrON—ITKKI'ISOOF  Bvans, Coloman  A Kvans    rt. Cn!um..S, 2988  Ki'.chia. Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg-. ,S. 91-jy  PATTERNS  Westminster  Iron   Works,   Saw UVstnjirister    Phone 5S  PHOTOSTATS  Dominion   I!lue; Print   VS:   Draiilng   Co.,  .-.31 ' Granvile   St  Sey.   2-197-4670  r,'   ..■ ,.   J>1(;    ,K°^   AJ,L>    1'J>'  Halfour.   Gullirif   »   Co, 3.9197-6575  Ev«ns, Coleman & Bvans, ft.  Col.. .. .S. 2988  Ii.  V.  Winch «  Co.,  Winca :Bld...S-   '279-1 S'4;4  p•'".    . . -'y-wn a.v» ror.Es  Federal   Lumber   Co..   Itnccri.   I!Mx.. ...H. 39H3-9  _.'''* VICE'IHIIYINU. ■  i-vana,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.   Col S  2988  Kr-wur   Hiver   File   Drivlr.,,-   Co..    New   uv-t.  -PHM3—SKIVKK  r>nfn8* So1™**  A  Kvans    Ft. Colum. .S. 2988  G lley  Bros..   Ltd.,   New  TV.3Pf... Phones 15. 1«  S   xP'iZFnn-   &.  S«P.   Co.. .«ranvIHe.-.S. 91«J  R.   \.  Winch & Co..  Wlnci  Bld...S.    279-1944  _   ,  i. .    -.■ 1-XVST-GH   "   ■"■  Balfour,   Outhrle  A  Co    ,s   9197-8571  5,v,?ns'ir-o!*fnj;-n. A":F.vau4   Ft. Coium..S. 29S8  w"^ •rt.v?s;; •J-td-   Xew   V>'<*i-.Pli»neZl5;-lt-  v>,  iS.  O .Veil A Co..  54-S Sev. St.. .."=    479*i-47M)t  Ritchie, Con. A Sud, Co.., Granv. Bdg*. .S. 9J61  TI.ASTKK   UO,\HI>  High  1573  ..S.  801  4795-  479?  aimers Ltd.  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   WEMESS  Cor.  Alexander  and   Heatley   Avenui  VTxone  HltfhlaritJ   200!)  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PR8C4ES 20c-30c  VANCOTTVEB  Benzie   Jas.  A.. 510 Hast. W Sey.  2300  Bryan & Gillarn, Son Richards Sey. 5508  Dalton  &   FJveleigh,  615*  Hast.   XV Sey.     662  Gardiner,   V.   G.   A   Mercer,   718   Gran.:  Seymour  3672.  Henderson,  A.   F,.,  615  Hast.   \V Sey.  724  Honeyman  A Curtis,  321  Pender  XV Sey.  1621  Tames   W.  Ker.Rey,  2576  2:irl   VV Bav.  792R  Matheson, Robt. M., 509 Rich...Sey. 5038  Palmer,   Bernard C,  616  Credit  Foncier  Bid-,- Sey.  36S0  Parr  &   MacKenzie,  736  Gran Sey,   7811  Sharp & Thompson, 620 Pender VV.. Sey. 1064  Townley, Fred L.. 325 Homer....Sej R013  Twizell,  R.  P.  S.,   837  Hast.W„Sey   7925  VICTORIA  A.  R.   Hennell.   1086  St.   Louis  St 117IR1  T  CM.' Keith,  Sayward   P.ld-? 1420  Sam   Maclure.   IT in on   Hank  BIdg 2848  Lieut.-Col.   Ridf-rway-Wilson,   ISelmont   House.  .t.  4.  I  &  •J*  <s»  '♦  t  A  •i-  <$>  t  •5-  *  <%>  •J*  t  J  GALVANIZING  Allan    McKelvie  Enj;. Co., Ltd   GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Gas Appliance  C»   GLASS—AIJ/5KINOS.  W. N. O'Nell * Co . 5IS R«-y. SL.   S  JIAKOWARE  Itrown,   Fra.««r  ft  Co,,   Ltd.,   1150  Homer  St.'....H.  7155  Flett, J. A.,  Ill  Hastings VV Sey. 2327-8  HAKUCfOOD KI.OOKS  W. .V.  O'Nell A Co..  548 Sey.  St.-.S. 4795-4798  J.   Fyf*   Sinith   k   CO..132-0   Richard*. .S. 119 <".  HAROVVOOD LUMBER  Smith. J.  Fyfe A Co.,  1320   Hichards. .8. 113G  IIJTCATI.no—MOT   AIJ(,, STEAM   ANO   VKN-  TI LATINO  Bailey, B. A.. ItSS Granville St ...S.  136  Uarr   «c   Andnrson,    1U«0   Homer   St.. .a. 8188  N'orman   Kydd,  906   Davie  St Sey.  9188  HOISTING   EXOINISS  Ritchie Con    A Sup.  Co..  Granvl.  Bdg. .3. 91$'J  INSURANCE.  ri,    Teperlev,  Raunsefell   &   Co.,   Winch   UUlg.  .r. •...." Sey.   7820  <so    R.  V.  Winch   *  C«.   Ltd.,  Winch   Bldg.   Sey.  279-1944  INTKKiOK   F1.VLSM  Evans,   Coloman &  Evau.i,   ft.   Col J?. 2988  \X\ X. O'Neil * Co.,  5-48 Sey. St. ...S. 4795-4798  Kitchle. Con.  ci Sup. Co.. Oru.ni'.  Bdg. ,S. si^oi  IKON   ANO   OTBBL—STRUCTt ItA I.  Can. .Vorthwe«t Steel Co.,  Ltd.  Prince  Edward  St .'..ftilr.  2-336-7  ISvanb,    Colenuiii   JU    Kvans     Ft.    Col...i*. J3)!*l  Couffhlan.   .1.   A   Hon.i.   \\'or!d   Bld« S.   79"; |  f'.iti'llie.  Con.   A   .Mi!:,    Co..  tjnriv,   HiIk-.H. »1i'*  I  S. Al. Morris A Co.  Ltd., 2120 ... cd.ir Hay.  1043 j  XX.  S.  O'.Neii  A.  CO..   ,*)4f  .ivy.   St. . .S. 4 <"J<f.--t7D8  Wcscnil'i:it«"   Iron   Works,   New We'Ki.-ilnstrr     I'liuim 53 I  ■130  Stand'nrd   Dank   llldg.... . . ..  Se-r   2913  ir«J^Tlift   TARTrriON   BLOCKS  JBr»na, -Coleman A Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  I'LASTKR—ORX4.AIKNTAL  ii,van»,  Coleman A Evana.  ft, Co!..   . .S 29SH  mirhi.0"?61' *'c-i--'6« soy- at:. .sVVm-*'"  Kllchle   Con.   A   sup.   Co..   Granrllle. .3. 9161  „  :,-,'        „   ■ ■        PLUMBINO  Bailey,.B, A., 1033 Granville St.,       S   136  Harr   &   Anderson.   ItHt)   Horner   St.. .S  61M  Norman   Kydd,  906  Davie St. .Sey   9188  ■„      , I'.VKUMATIC  T(»OM  Darlinsr, Fra.uk A Co.v 1142 Homer        *   \  street  s»>v   4100 4101  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St W  ■'■-■;■■:»; ■ ■. -:~ ■"..  Sey.   1065.'  r>       , '■; ■<■* PRINTERS  Bag-ley, a. G. A Sons, Ltd.  »lo  'Pender   W, . o.».    ,IC  HX '• - ■'. P1^LrCri STENOGRAPHER^ *  Domjnlon  .Blue..Print-& .Drafting*   Co.  oil   Granvile; St.....;;',.;.; Sey;   2497-4670  -VvSZ   Z£°°*'^COMPOSITION  «van«. Co exiian A Bvar.-.   Ft.-iolum. .S. 23-!»  M*..0-^11 * Co.. 54S Sey. St..,S. 479&-4-79R  HiZm,*  nZtT   \ S.'T"   C    *   Granvlilo..S.91S1!  HiaftJi.   I>»Tlif-.on .* AVrldht,  Ltd..   Horaor  .      and   Da»le.   St»;     . M   9MS.1  1 h,c,„St(?n(,a'rd- ,Paf"t  Co.-of .Canada,""l"td.'. "•  430   Standard   Hank   BldK.....■,. ..Sey. 2*513  ROOFIN'O-SIIKKT »IKT/»Iu  . (See   Cornice   ana ..KooTfrig-)  KOOFIXO   MATBBMi,  J.  *  *  *z>  Z'  .'.  •?>  .;.  *?>  430   Standard   Rank   jtitjg-  scy    ^9j^  ti    c*   ^°?-?ing~wholesale"   ' " .  Tll.e,nSt54n',a"l  /'■■""t   Co.   of  Canada.   Ltd.,     *  4,i0   Standard   Hank   KM jr..-. Sev    "till  Sidney  Kubber   Roofing   Co .'.'.'.   ,S,' 4 149  „   ,, „     ■ KQI'K-MASILA  Balfour.    Guthrie   <S-    Co....... .s  »397-657»  RUBBER  STAMPS  ■Bas-Iey. A. G. A Sons.  Dtd  olC   Pender   W.    ; .Sey     3{«  SAFKS—VAULT DO0r'<! '  W,  .V. O'Neil A Co., 5 4S Sey. St...S. 4795-<7ft<J  SAXO    r.'KAVKI. ANO CHiSUKI) MOCK  Evan*.   Coleman A  Kvans.   ft.  Col...     S  "^88  rM1"?, B,Z'S-   1A%"   N'ew   we'et... Phone. Vs! l«  Kl.chle, Con. A Sup. Co., Granv.  Bd(t..'S   9162  ,„   ^.SASH   OOOKiS.   WIXIH)WS,   ETC  W.-N. O'Nell *■<**.. r.4t -3.V. St." s   4795-479"  SHEET METAL  Central  Sheet Metal  Works Scv   620  .-WIINOLK   AlANI-KVCTUfKUS  AXI)   okAL-  KKS.  (See   Liinihcr   in/|   Slilnplen.)  SHOW  CASES     '  Di.xon    &    Murray s.  Mining Machinery  Saw Mill Machinery  Centrifugal Pumps  Steam Pumps  Hydraulic Power Plants  $  t  *  <3*  •»■•  t;.»  <ii  •J-  Head Office   -   -   -   -   Toronto, Ont.  VANCOUVER BRANCH OFFICE  1063 Pender St., W. Seymour 5710  ■H-^^*^^^*^*«^4-4**-f-^J*''t««'^-€*'^4^*'I-*-J^*-*^  y.  t  IKON   ANO   STKKL—OUNAMKNTAL.  \rtistic  Wire  tt   Iron   Works.   112-16  Duffcriti     St.     K J'air.  2648  Bvans,  Coleman  h   Evana,   rt.  Col S. 29X8  S. Al.  Morris & Co.  I.t  W. N. O'Nell & Co.. 54S Soy. St. ..S. 4795-4798  rcltehl.; Con. A  Hup. Co., Uranvl.  ,Bd.-*j. ..S. 91B  WestmlaHter  Iron   Works.   Nuw  H'oHtmin.iler    J'lione 63  KALSOMINING  Dixon    A   Murray S.  S765-  8766  LATH—MKTAL  Bvans, Coleman  & Evans, Ft.  Columb. .8. 2D8J  VV. N. O'Neil A Co.. 54S Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.  and   Si.   Co.,   Gran.   6t S.   9102  LIMK.  Balfour,   Gut'irl.  A   Co S.  S197-6675  Kvans. Coleman & Evans. Ft. Columb. .8. 29*i'<  Gllley BroH.,'New Westminster. . Phones* IE, 16  XV. N. O'Nell A Co.. 548 ,a-v. flt. ..S. 4795-479S  Ritchie Con. A Sup. d. , Granvllle. .S. 9162  R. V. Wineh Co, Ld., Winch Bdg.. S. 273-1944  LUMBER  Federal   Lumber   Co.,   ItuKPr*    nid«  8. 3998-1)  MACHINKKV  I'.rown.  Fru.vjr A   Co.,   Lul..   1150  Homer  St S. 7IM  Darling,   Frank & Co., 1142  Homer  .Street     Sey.  4100-4101  VV. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 S»y. St.. .S. 4795-I79S  Rltchlo Con. A Sup. Co.. Oronvl. Bdw. .S. 9I«)  The Holden Co., Ltd.,  642 Pender St. "VV.  Sey.   .1065.  MACHIME   WORK  C.il>lis Tool  tt  Slainpiiiff  Works,  350  Dufferin   W I'air.  2.1.70  Wcstmiuxnr IroB  VV'ork.i,  New "tYntmlo-iter    Phone C3  MANTKLS—HltlC'K,  TILE AN»  WOOD  Bvana, C»I«maa  A Bvana,  ft.  Col a. 29JI  W. N. C'N.ll * Co., 64* Say. St. ..fl. *7J6-478»  Hltohla   Con.   4k   Bui,.   Co.,   Granvl)).. .8. 9162  MAPS  Dominion   Blue   Print   A   Drafting   Co.,  531    Granvile    St *. Sey.   2497-4C70  MAUBLH   ANO   ONVY  Brane, Coleman A, Hvnoa,  ft. Col S. 29»S  W. N. O'Nell A -Or*., S4<l S*y. St. fi.  470I-479I  S705- F.7S6  SI.-1TK  *.vans.   Coloman  &   Kvans    ft.  Pol S  "0&x  VV.  X.  O'Nell .<• Co., rW**  S,.».  St.      K   4V9S-4 7<1J-  ;,.V,,^'n^'  A   Co..  Winch   Bid. "si    2?9-1944  Kl.e-hie. Con. * Suo   Co.. Orflnv.   BdK..S. 91CJ  .STKBI^—KKIXroKC'IXO.  rtaliour.    Outhrle    <«*-.    Co S9197-«57*  l*.vand,  Coleman  A   Kvans,   ft.  Col H   2"88  NTOKK    A   OFFICE    FIXTVHEH   A   STOItK  ,  . FRONTS  Dixon   A   Afiirrav   Kv«nn,  Coleman' A   Bvana  W.   N*. O-Nd.l A  Co.  548  Sey    Pi. . . Jt. 4 795   4 798  .,.,      „ ,:r'*<J,   ANO    PITCH  I ne  Barrel!  Co..  Ltd.,  lO.'li ^ .Arbutus   Hay   0?  I*.vun«,   Coleman  A   Kvans,   fl.  Col S. 2988  TII.K— DKAINLVO    ,'?Iv*ns-  Coleman  A  IE vans    Ft. Colum . .S. 29S»  H20 Cedar Ilav.  U'i,.,\Y,\\'Z.v?H--   New   Westminster  1'hones   16   1«  f{ltehl«   Con. A Sup   Co.. firtinv   "  '   S.S765-87(i6  It.   i.'ol .-r. 2i'SK  UllK. .8. 9161  TII.K—I LOOK   AND   WALL  U/vana,   Coleman  Ji   Evans,   ft.   Co! .       5!   '"igg  VV. N. O'Noll A Co..  618 Fey. St.. if). 47Y5-4798  TIN I'LATKS  Halfr.ur    C-iitlirie   A   Co S.   9197-6571  Iflvans,  Coleman  A  JSvans,   ft.  Co' .       S   ''981!  R.   V.  Winch  A Co..  Winch   8id...S.    279-1944  TOOL  STKKL  Oarllngr,   F-rank   A   Co.,   1142   llon.er   St.  ••••••• •'.    1100-4101  VACI'CM   CLKANINO   SYS I'lCMS.  Barr   A   Anderson,   1060   Korner  (,;,..     s   K18I  WALL   ItOAKDH  Kvan-i,  Coleman  A   13 van a.   ft.    ,'ol S. 298/  The  Standard   Paint  Co.   of Cf.iada,   I,(d  •130   Standard   Rank   [IIcIk    Sey   '*">] 1  WATICItPKdOF COJ.I'OIIND  I he  liarrett Co..  Ltd.,   10th A Arbutus  Bav. 03  i.van»,  Coleman A  iSvann.   .'t.  f-ol .S   298K  W   N_ O'Nell  A Co ,  b4X  Si /■  St.. .8. -<7J>5_ 47gy  The  Standard   Paint   Co    <l Canada,   T td  ').!()   Standard   Rank   Bb/?    Sev   2"13  WINDOW   SCREENS '  '•Vrtislie  Wirr  ,v   Iron  Works,   112-16*  Dufferin     St.     F, Fnir.C64»  i>. .VI.  Morris A Co.   Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bav    lO/Jf  W.  N. O Nell ,<i On.. B4* .lev. St...S, 4 7»'« - 4 7 ft N  WIRE   WORKERS  Artistic  Wire A   Ron  Works,   112-10  Dufferin     St,     K Fair   -^(i,|«  HIRE vtorE  Balfour,   Outhrle   *   ',*o S. S197-dfl7B  Bvans,   Coleman  A  Bi una,   ft.   Col S. 2S'88  Rltchlo. Con. A Hup. < o.. Granv.  Rdg. .8. 91«*  R. V. Win"*'  *- Co . Wlnc>  *Rtd      <■'    279.1114,  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The   Barrett    Co.,    Ltd.,   10th      Ave.  and   Arbutus   St Bay.       S3  The   Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada,   Zid  *M)   StaiM-1-.rd   Bank   n'dK  Sey. 291.1  Sidney  Rubber  Roof-u*-  Co  S.  4140  ■'l  '-■*.  I


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