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 y.m.;'^,,  1  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO GENERAL NEWS, BUII.DING.   CONTRACTING-,  ENGINEERING;- PROVINCIAX,   CITY  AND  HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS  VOL. XVI. No. 28  FUDliohed  Monday  Wednesday and Friday  VANCOUVER, B. (1, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1.919  Office and Plant  583 Homer-Richards lane  PRICE—Per Year in Advance    -    $10.04)  Per Month    ....    -      1.00  Building Material  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550 Seymour St.  A Man is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT    If    he    has    a    bank  ACCOUNT.'    No   account    is    too  small   to receive a courteous welcome at thifl bank.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   Hastings   St.  W.  J.   F.  ittacDONAXD,  Manager  DOMINION  Pressed RR | f^K Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie. Representative  -.UIXDZNG   PERMITS   AMOUNTING   TO  8500  OR   OVER ISSUED  AT   THE  VANCOUVER  CXTT KAU*.  XESTXRDAY  fTnnibejr  Description  Cost  9S34—1 »/2-storey frame shelter-.?].,000  3treet  Address  Lot   and  Elock  r>C5  14th   W,  Subdivision  Architect  Costraotor  Addr«M  Owner  Omrmmr  Addreaa  W. A. Morrison  Roofing. Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  Ft.ofGolumba ay  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE  SEYMOUI   154  Standard Bank BolMmg  VANCOBIEt  -  WINKIPEG  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock m the Moat Complete on;the Pacific Coaat  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St VaneouTer, B. C.  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  S*»|« Amenta* In Canada Tor  CHIcaifTo Pneumatic ,Iool Co.  -Sf '.  Beyer  Riveting A Chipping   Hammers;   LittJe   Giant   Drflle;  Electris Tools;   Rock Drills;  Air Compressors;  / Fuel Oil and  Ga» Engines.-  Duntley  Taratta  542 Piadir SL W., Taacnrer I. C,  Pirn Sty. IBIS  AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  .^^a.j^gwjwSi^j^^^^^^^^.j^^^Mjwj^a f such  I       BUILDING PERMITS       |  f/S33—H. R. Arnold, garage, 1746 Col-  ■lingwood, $135;   F. S. Perry.  Contr.   -  9S35—V.. Long,   frame1  addition, 243  13th  Ave. E., ?350. .  9S3C—H. M. Kay, garage, 3623 "Pandora St., $75. v '  9837—S. Bemoray, garage, 967 14th  e.,$125. . ■;.  I  with the mining industry of British  Columbia was made by the Hon. William Sloan, Minister of Mines,"to the  effect that the Lad3'smith smelter is  expected to resume operations in the  not  distant future.  without     considerable  usage  trouble.  The special committee which has  the matter in hand comprises Aldermen Kirk, Owen and Rogers," chairmen respectively of the civic finance,  health and water committees. They  have already held, a couple of meetings and discussed tentative plans submitted by the building inspector and  finally agreed on an ..outline to prepare plans to be submitted to the city  council in the near future.  SMELTING  PLANT TO  REOPEN SHORTLY  ^ 'Ari-impoT&ntr^^ *■ A* McKenzie'a  BUILDING INSPECTOR'S REPORT  Brown. Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  LTD.  Phone Seymour 7153  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  -bOBdOB,  Staff.  Mo*tr**l  Winnipeg  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO.. LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION - TESTS -- CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUI LClNGS.     BRIDGES.     PIPE,     RAILS.     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  DOMINION  CONSTRUCTION CO.  SUBMITS LOW TENDER  It is understood that tlie Dominion  Construction Company, 509 Richards  street, have submitted the low tender  in connection with the gasoline and  oil service station which is to be  erected on the. corner of Dunsmuir and  Howe streets for the Imperial Oil  Company. The contract will in all  probability be signed this week.  The new station will be similar to  the one erected by the company on the  corner of Columbia and Cordova  streets and will cost approximately  $15,000.  report for the month of January, 1919,  is as follows:  Repairs and alterations..55  Dwelling houses   9  Apartment  and   rooming  houses    Factories and warehouses  5  Offices and  stores    1  Total number of permits  for   January,   1919 70  Total value of buildings  for   January,   1919   Total number of permits  for   January,   191$ 57  Total value of buildings  for   Jauuary,   191S   R. A.  McKENZIE,  Building Inspector.  $16,497.00  2J,GOO.00i  3S,300.00j  l,S00.OOi  7S.197.00  53,125.00  PRANK DARLING & CO,  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  66  TI-IOR  99.  Roller Bearing Drills-- Close Quarter Piston Air Drills — Rivetting Hammers  Clipping Hammers -Wood Borers-ToTbme and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Brills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 144- HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  J"*-J*"**'' -  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  CaUmZLS, AJTCrXJCS, TXJLTK8, TEES, COX.WXta  COKPZ.-BTBZ.T SQITZPPXS  WABMMGATIXrO SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL GOT, Ltd.  raiment 1390 and 2397  Vaneoarax, X. 0.  SOS Hnstlng-B W., Vancouver, B. C.  C*tn«»« Tattlnir Laboi/rttory, Itoom 1601; Physical Tc.tlnff Xta'noratatry, Room Bl  Resident  Inspector at Largo Manufacturing Center*  ii 1 ll ■!■  rsazzri  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK • SAND - GRAVEL  All Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  PREPARING   PLANS   FOR  CITY   HALL   ADDITION  The  special  civic committee  which  has  been entrusted  with  the  task  of  arranging   for    additional   and   much-  needed accommodation at the city hall  has decided that about the only way  to do (his is to build a small addition  : to the south front of the ancient and  ; venerable   structure   on    Main   street.  ; City  Hui'.dinc;  Inspector  R. A.  McKen-  ■ zie   has   been   im-truc-tod   to   prepare  : plans  for a one-story addition  which  it   is   proposed   ;o   construct   on   the  .\;ai:i   street   J'nmt-i^o   immediately   to  the south of the main building and adjoining it.  .Mr. iMcKenzie is now working on the  plans and has no enviable task, for!  the aldermen want a lot of additional j  accommodation but have been limited  to $15,000 in cost to provide it. To  make matters worse, the task of constructing an addition to that section  of the civic headquarters is made more  complicated from the fact that the addition will have to connect up with a  round tower form of construction,  which does not   lend   itself  readilv  to  HOUSING   BILL   GETS  ITS   FIRST   READING  VICTORIA.—The Better Housing!  Bill, introduced to the Legislature by j  the Hon. T. D. Pattullo, Minister of I  Lands, and read a first time Friday,1  afternoon, provides the machinery j  whereby the Provincial Government j  may enter into an agreement with the j  Dominion Government in connection;  with the national housing scheme al- j  ready outlined on a number of occas- j  ions.   The bill is also designed to em-i  power  the  Province  to  make   similar I  i  arrangements with tho municipalities!  for the purpose of building homes and '  providing better housing.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold T*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  SCOTCH   FIRE   BRICK —  BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  CLAY  EMPLOYMENT OF  RETURNED   MEN j  The   Demobilization   Branch   of   the!  Department of Soldiers' Civil Reestab- '■  lisliinenl has been organized to assist i  i  in   the  work  of  demobilization   of  re-j  turned men, and lo deal with problems  ■ j  j arising    out   of   demobilization.       Its  j chief   function   is   to   secure   employ-1  ment for the. men who have been away.  from  home  for  periods  ranging  from (  one to four years and over;  men who!  left their work, sacrificing wages and '  prospects for    advancement    in  their  various   vocations.       Many   have   lost  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Tolophona S037  We have just received a large shipment  of  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Granville  Street  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING C0.,L!D.  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    ....1916  Con.   KTortliern   Uly.   Depot 1917  CnJffary Armory   1918  Bosaland   Htgrh   Scliool 1918  Trtuiqnill©   Banitorium    1918  Phone Westmln«Ur 473  Our Ktoam heated plant enables u«  to manufacture Veneer Work jit tiny  .season ol' the your.  We toe now nwuiufiU'turliiK Interior  flttirijcH for tlifc new H. t'. Telephone  Hultcllntr'.s hfiicl otricu in Quarter Cut  Ouk.  1259—6th St., East Burnaby  Twenty Years' Experience in al!. Branches  of Electrical Work. Inspection—Expert  Advice — Troublo Work—Installing — 'Ko-  Windlng—All   Work   Guaranteed.  'estminster Iron  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. C. Phone 53  -a. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established 1911)  Published   every   Monday,   Wednesday   aud  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A newspaper of gencml circulation, featuring Building, Contracting, Engineering, Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining. Automobile, Provincial,   City  and   Harbor  Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  .     Ofiici' and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7608  Subscription  Bates  One month $1.00  Six , months    $5.00  All subscriptions are  payable strictly in advance  WALLPAPERS]  Paints and Varnishes  G. Foster  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Specialists In  Interior  Finishes  Seymour 1075  SOS Granville St.  r- OPFICIAX, ORGAN.  The British' Columbia Record Is the  official organ of The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Royal Architectural Institute of  Canada, and The Rnsln'eerlng. &. Technical Institute of British Columbia, and  as such is used by them a.s the medium  through which to make their official announcements  to   the  general  public.  By such selection the British Columbia Record is no wise pledged to editorial support of any policy adva-need  by those societies, but maintains an absolutely independent position on all matters subject to editorial opinion.  SELLING TO THE ARCHITECT  "I   couldn't  get  to   see  tiim,"   is   a  that just meets his needs. The live,  up-to-date architect doesn't want to  overlook any chances, but, on the  other hand, his time is so fully occupied by his work that he simply  cannot, in times when there is an. ordinary amount of construction, devote  several hours a day to listening to the  stories of salesmen.  Nearly every architect reads journals  of his   profession.    Nearly all  of  The Paint and Drug Reporter says;  "Every one in the paint industry  realizes that there can he no material  change in the situation until there is  an increased demand from the ultimate  consumer.    It has  been   recog-  them   read  advertising in  both  architectural    and    construction    journals. I nized right  along  that  the   situation  The tendency among architects, and  also among contractors, is to depend  more and more upon periodicals for  information—to scan them more closely.  was one that could not be forced; but,  at the same time, producers are not  willing to simply wait without making  ah effort to do their part in attempt-  . I ing to bring about a change that will  When a    salesman    calls    upon ai^g^  buyers  and   sellers  together  and  report  commonly .made' by  salesmen j arc]litect    the    suggestion    has    been  who are instructed  to see architects ]  and   induce   them   to   specify   certain]  materials.  one, that he should have a specific job  It wasn't very many years   ,n mhl(]    Don>t take up an architect,s  ago that it was very easy to see archi- Ume talking generalities. Get all the  tects with almost any kind of a pro- informatldn poss-ble about the job be-  position. Then, as competitive, mated- fore you caH Qn fche archItect If  ■als began to multiply, architects found i uecessary visit the site> learn the name  their time so taken up by salesmen | Qf the ownei% get any facts that are  that they learned at the end  of, the j available   about   this   particular   job,  start business moving.   In spite of the  made, and   it  is  undoubtedly a good j fact that lhcre has as yet beeu no in.  dication of what the consumers would  be willing to pay, there has been, during tlie past week, some important  price reductions which show a willingness on the part of producers to do  their part in getting business.  week  that  their  working   hours   had  been largely consumed in interviews.  The average architect wants information. He wants to know the latest  developments in building maetrials  and accessories. Maybe he has "been  figuring some problem for years and  he suddenly and unexpectedly,: comes  and then lay your-proposition plainly,  clearly and briefly before the architect. * * *  Don't be a bore, and don't get,too  familiar. Very few men like excessive  familiarity at the first visit. Be dignified and courteous, but don't try to assume an attitude of good  fellowship.  r~  across   some    manufactured. ^roduct( Don't be effusive.    On the other hand,  don't freeze the man to whom you are  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  125 flowt SL Set 3768-Bq.H2BR  talking. Just present your facts as  simply and plainly and forcibly, as  possible.—Improvement Bulletin.  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  COMPANY/LTD.  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  "BIO'? Arc Light Carbons  601; Pender St. W., Vancouver  Let us quele you on your  requirements  100% Service.  M?„ke a note of this:  A new hydraulic plant and. 2,200  feet of pipe line are being installed  at the property of the Gibson "Mining  (Company, operating about 12 miles  from Kaslo. Tlie property is a silver-lead and zinc proposition.  The report of the Standard Silver-  Lead Mining Company for October, ]  just issued, shows a surplus of $293,-  649 and a net profit of $42,899 for the  month. The surplus and the earnings  are the largest in several months and  are sufficient to defray expenses of  the current rate for a long period.  The mining companies of Golden  and Windermere are organizing as the  Northeast Kootenay .Mining Association, according to information forwarded to the Vancouver Chamber of  Mines by B. J. Scovil of Golden. Tlie  new organization will send delegates  to the mining convention that is to be  held in Vancouver on March 17.  HEATING   SERVICE  for  Provides  Heating   Satisfaction  .litect  CA.DUNHAM COflflPANY.Ltd.  Branch Sales Office  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  D.   Or.   BIUSO'W,   MgT.  Phono Roy.  S'Or/7      4:25 Standard Bank  lildg.  H.D.Iioes     W.fl.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  *  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC I   SUPPLIES  WIRING and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  The report that the Consolidated  Company of Trail will begin at once  the erection of a large bunkhouse at  Vqiglu's cam]) is gratifying news for  Princeton and district at this time,  says the' Princeton Star. The new  bunkhouse as planned will furnish accommodation for 150 men, and means  that at least that number will be put  to work on the big property in the  spring.  Phone Seymour 1878.  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of ,  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinets, etc.  Switches designed and  built  for 'any  '■"■.:    , special work.  I  . CHRYSTAL & COMPANY  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and  Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  41  Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue print* for country  installation*  908 Davie St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  I  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  IIS Him SL  Uimut 1289  Edward Cox  General Contractor    '~\  Cabinet Maklne Fixture*  Siymiar 1183 7S5 Mackii St  Bamberton Gcmcn  BulldogCable  Pacific Lime  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  .     Va-meenver and Victoria  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BC-ELECTRIG-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  NEWVVORK.-CONTRAGTS LET  TITS    70£LOWI50   TiAU   98078   BUnBIVaS   COSttirO    $5,000    OR    OTER,    ON     WETCH     CONSTRUCTION  TODEBWAV, OB OH* WXICHOOITTKACT3 KAVH BEEN "LET BUT CONSTBTJCTirO-tf KOT YET STARTED.  IS  Character       Tuberculosis  Clinic  Grain   Elevator   . ..  Church        Commercial   Bldgs.  ..Cost  47.139  70,000  35,00*  25,000  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  ■tt ~  Stymct-r 3535 601 Pacific Bldg.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Eld**.  Seymour 6506  Residences each    4,000  Brick. Building   Bungalows      6,000  Residence      7,000  Residence    7BOO  Bungalow      7S95 j  Residence       $5,000  1'owdcred   Fuel   Plant $.19,000  Dwelling .'      5,000  Residence     _ „       8,000  Remodel   Boarding   Hause $5,000  Two  Story Brick ..........$20,000  Residence    .-. $10,000  Resi'dence    .: $9000  Dwelling    $6,500  Temporary Hosp $30,000  liquid   Air   Plant :..... : $25,000  Residence   $7,000  Electric   Smelting-  Plant $8,700  VANCOUVER    •;'"'•  LrnvmHon     Owner  Pender Street Retary Club  Beach Ave  Chas.  P. Celes Co.  1160  Geerfja St... First  Church of Christ Set.  Fairriew and Paint Grey. . University of B.  C.  Ang-us  Are..,:..... MalJaulay   tt   Nic«Ils  Seyraaur  St. B.  C.  Tel.   C:  ■Magee.. Allan   &   Richards  2875   Alder  Street.. A.  R.  McFarland  190« Trafalgar  ...W. A. Cantelon  1435 loth Ave.  W H. D.  Christie  Archi.   T.  A.   Benzie. .   H, H.  Giningham   ....  Matheson tc 1 leGuerre  Shnrp _&   Thompson    Contr.  , . Baynes  tt  Horie      Owners   Owners.  .S. .N.   McLeod  A.  E. Henderson S. .J.  Newitt  Owners  ...' Adkison  et Dill  D red   L.   Townler .-. . G.   M.   Champion  Fred.   L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  Fred L. Townley  ■._: Day Labor  H. D. Christie  , W. J. Read  ~'<i:d ■  NCEAN 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 v  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIOHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.  S.E.    C»r.    Maple & Mage* Rd.C.H.McParlane _ Fred   L^ Townley G.   M. "Champion  Powell   St ". B.   C.  Sugar  Refinery  1946  11th  Are. VV John T.  MaeDonald  "ihaughnessy Heights... P.  W.  Racey  14 47  Barclay St..?. Confed Life Ass'n  92-98 Pender E... Mrs.  Chance Wong Co.  Shaughnessy  Hgts Clarence   Wallace  Shaughnesay Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitohener P.   G.   Loarie  12th and Heather Vane. Gen'l  Hosp.  5th and Yukon Sts...L'Alr Liquid Society  Shaughnessy   Frederick   Perkins  C. P. R.  Reserve....Tudhope Elec. Metals  Fuller   Engineering  Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co       Owner  Fas.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  E.  E. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J.. Newitt  Edwardes  Sproat  .S.  J. Newitt  :....•_  G. Milne  Owners   Owners  Owners S.   J.  Newitt  Fred  L.  Townley G.  M.  Champion  Wm.   Mason   Rooke.'. :..Cotton   Co.  General  Contractor  NSW IDEA SHEET METAL I  WORKS  ]    Cornice,   Skylights,   Smokestacks.    Anything in  Sheet Metal  S. P.  Scarlett, Blgr.  r.7   Mviitty   St. Se-y.   70-15  862 Hth Ave.  Fairmont 9<!6L|t  Palmer Bros.  General    Contractors  929 Main St Seymour 4878  Cli.Tractor  „ _.   Coot  •UMilc   Extension    . . .' 3(10.000  1 '.-ivrnitll'MIt    Shed        t'ti'!;;.;  (2   span)       l.iiitii;?   Tunnel     250,000  K.-c'iii-.tructiuii        160,000  N'iti'OKcn   i'l.-int       125,000  Coin.-'-iitrrUur,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Kailrond     1,000.000  I-Wirmary   nruj   Service   Bide $151,236  I5ri(J«c        I '.rid i;c        1'nlp  it  Saw   Mill $750,000  Protective   Works '     $60,000 '  Cold  Storage & Cannery $150,000 '  Twelve   Cotlatfes    ?19,000  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SA3H   and   DOORS—OITICE  rlXTUBES  BaILdsawlng•  and  Turning-, etc.  1130   SeniHn   Drive Highland   374  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.  I/ocation  _  Owner  Clinton      I'.G.Iv    Railway  Victoria          Govcrnnirnt  Valley   Railway  y  GRANDVIEW   SHEET  METAL WORKS  FtTKX'TACES,    OOKiSTICEa,     3KV-  LIGETS  and  Q0ESEBA1  JOEBIKT&  1535   Vonables St.  Highland   6-12  PILING:*™ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  Arch.  Xortiii'  Princeton       Holers   I'.itu      North Vancouver . .  Lake Buntzen.. Amer  Co\i\jcr   Mountain  . Kirltle   C.   P.   Raiiw   Wallace   Sbiprard  Nitrogen   I'rorl-.icts   Co.  , . i'..   C.   Co|iiier   Co  , R.  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seyraiar 1274  806 Metropofftan Bldg.  t*hu   Chua Oucen   Bens   Mining   Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  .\it....U.  C.   Copper  Co.  Tranquille r Fl.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist... Prov. Oovcnn't  Knjrlishmnn's River, Allierni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove LumLr &  Pulp Co  Steveston     Dorn.    Government  Clnyoquot... .Clayoritiot Cold Stor. it Can. Co.  Srjuamish P.  G.  li.   Hwy.  Arm.Mrorp;,   C:ii  Owners  Owners  iorri^on   iV  :r,   H:ill«   e1;-  .  .  . I IoiIriO  . . W,  Public   Works   Dept Dominion  Prov.   Pub.   Wks  Dept... Robertson  Sr  Prov.    Pub.    Wks.   Dept Win.  Public   Works   Dept Iforlgson      Tho.i.  .. Coutr,  on-t.   (S>.  Moncricil  Co.. J,t,|  Al'lin^i-'r  ■1   .V    Kin if  .   Owners  .    Owner  .   Tierney  Con.   Co.  Partners  Grcenlfiej  Owners  St.   KinK  Owners  Carson  RUSH & READ  P-TjAIN      AND      O-RWAIBKWTA-l  PLASTERING-    &    CEMEK'l   WOKK  All Work  Q-uarantood.  '•Jay. 3.170  Bay.   JG02-R  2:'.0«  Htcpli«n«  at.  tr.-amrnnnjMMciiuc»ia :vicr.marm*3 nux*sj.m--. -j,  M. A. WJFes  GENERAL   CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 6tb Ave. W.  Bayview 2278  rrrriTr";1rnrliJ,1]  s  ►-$  Offfce 813-SlSIBower:B8d|f.  Vancouver, B. C.  am  That covers the Quebec Bridge  The Eighth Wonder of the world  The veteran  painter,  tried and proved,  tlie  man who does  paint well. —  "HE KNOWS"  The chemist, who can analyze—he smiles and says:  "ALL RIGHT"  Because  It goes farthest.  Covers more space at Jess cost.  Encourages   the   inexperienced  to paint and brighten up.  R. C. JAMIESON & CO., LTD.  1075 Hamilton  Street.  Hfvmoiip 22(58  •aateHraimhyraiMiB^^ -wra^'WSh^f^tfSS^^  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  r  MOUSE   PAINTS  2i"r Colors.  .$:i.:'.r>  Gallon  Oil and Croosoto Shlnelo Stains  $1.20  Gallon    ,  Marline   Paints  AI7TI-DAMT—Everyone   Uses   It  W.  S.  EAEVEt   MFCr.  CO.  1063 GranvUlo St. Soy. 3497  OREIGN TRA  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  "Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all  liiiida of Wlra Worlr.  112-10    l.Hil'ferin   St.  Va\r.   3(MS  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  ROBERT   DOLLAR   CO.  WILL BUILD FLEET  Stanley, Dollar, vice-president of the  Robert Dollar Company, says that as  soon a.s prices decline his company  will build ten steel vessels, each of  12,000 tons and 100 passengers capacity, to ply between San ■ Francisco,  Hongkong, Shanghai and Manila, in  competition with the Toyo Kisen  Kaihiia and the Pacific Mail. The estimated cost of the fleet is more than  $10,000,000.'.  NO  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053 i  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BLANCHES  REAL ESTATE  FOREIGN BANKS  AT VLADIVOSTOK  Branches of foreign banks recently  opened here include 'he Hongkong and  Shanghai   Banking   Corporation,   the  Bank   of    IndoChina,    the   Industrial  J Bank   of  China   (French),   the   Yoko-  j'hama  Specie- Bank, and  the  National  j City   Bank   of  New   York.     The   Mat-  | suda Dank has had a branch here for  j several years for Japanese clients ex-  j illusively.       The     Yokohama0   Specie  ! Bank also is pursuing a restricted pol-  I icy. ',-,.'.  RESTRICTIONS  ON   SHIPBUILDING  WASHINGTON,  D.   C—By  unanimous vote tho Senate  Commerce. Committee on Thursday- ordered favorably  reported  a  bill   by  Senator  Jones,  of  Washington, taking from the Shipping  Board  authority   to   restrict  construction  of  ships  in   American   yards   for  foreign  account.    Senator Jones read  a letter from Acting Chairman Donald  of   the   Shipping  'Board' stating   that  officials of the   board   were favorable  to lifting the restrictions on steel ship  construction,  but  at the  direction   of  President Wilson it had not been done.  Restrictions on wooden ship construction in American  yards already have  been lifted, it was said.  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding  those inquiries may be obtained from  tho Secretary , of the Board Of Trade,'  .Vancouver, or upon application to "Tlie  Commercial intelligence* ranch of tho  Department of Trade and Commerce.  Ottawa.",  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Re-  uost for each opportunity uhould be on  a separate .sheet and Bta.te opportunity  number. Tho Bureau does not furnish  credit ratings or assume responsibility  a« to the standing of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all  cases.  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B. C; Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  ORPHEUMI CAPE  aii ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  iModerate ' Charges. Seating  capacity  200.  Opposite Orpheum Thoatro  762 Granville Street  Jas. /Dvvycr, Proprietor & Chef.  II  SHIFTING   EXIGENCIES  , ,; "What do you understand by socialism?"  " "My ideas on the subject are not  clear. As near as I can get it, a Socialist, is a man who is willing to try  almost any kind of a government  once."  latest E-crQxrrarES.  The following inquiries are the latest  received. l''or rapid perusal tho reader  may know at a glance items of Interest by noting the class of goods mentioned   at   the   end   of  each   inquiry.*  IMPORTANT—Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspond-  once.  CITY        PROPERTIES,  FACTORY    SITES   AND  FARMS,  TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND  MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  EST.S-BI.ISHED   188G  r30 Hastings St. TV.  Telephone Seymour 7820  Vancouver  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B.C.  Vi-i  m  FACT vs-  •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 vet PAJD a single repair bill.  i$r*  U TS  fctWW ,  ^  are built not for looks but for service-  our claims.  -not morelv to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  37. Hoe and ■Willow Calf.—A iirm of  London ie-atlied merchants wish to get  In touch with a Canadian manufacturer,  of box and  willow calf.  38. Representation in the United  liingdom.—A lirltish firm of manufacturers' representatives, with , headquarters in London arid arrangements for the  .marketing of goods throughout the  United Kingdom, wishes to get in touch  with Canadian rr.anutacturers of the following articles, with a view to representing them as sole agents, either on  a commission or buying basis: Malleable  iron iron steam fittings, electrical plant  and equipment for all purposes, including shipbuilding, brass fittings, pumps,  forgings, machine tools, etc., tools of all  kinds, wood manufactures, chemicals,  house-hold laundry machinery. toys.  ' metal? fittings  for fancy goods.  oi. Representation in the British  West Indies—A former official of the  British Guiana government, who has  lived in Canada for some years, proposes  to make a business trip through the  British West Indies and would like to  represent  Canadian  firms.'  40. A Jamaisan commission agent,  located at Kingston, wishes to represent  Canadian manufacturers of all lines of  manufactured goods.  ....41. ...Agencies.—A leading firm of St.  .John's, dealing in lead, tin, zinc,' and  manufactures thereof; galvanized iron,  sheet, iron, trunks, axe and pick handles.'  etc., spices, jellies, coffee, and other  standard grocery lines, tweeds, hessian.  etc., desires communication with Canadian .exporting firms of these commodities.        ; © ■        . ■  42.- Agricultural Machinery.—A farmers' co-operative society operating in  the Transvaal, are prepared to purchase  from Canadian ' manufacturers gang  plows, harrows, drag, cultivators, planters, mowers (cutting only, not bindingC  shellers   and   graders.  43. Canned "Fish, Fruit and Vegetables—A French agency would like to  secure the representation of Canadian  exporters of canned fish, canned fruits,  and panned vegetables.  44'. Asbestos—A French commission  house, would like to get in touch with  Canadian  exporters of asbestos.  45. Pulp.—A French agent wishes to  represent Canadian pulp manufacturers.  -.": 46.J;-Metals.—-A I'aris commission  agent wishes to get into touch with  Canadian  exporters  of  meta.s.  47. Foodstaffs.—A French agent, invites correspondence, from Canadian  vrc.c,u.c'efts of. canned ' goods, meats, fish,  etc.'v*---       ■   '-. -.'   "-•■   '■•'         48. Poodstaffs.—-An   agent   in   Mons.  Belgium,   well acquainted -with   the  Belgian   trade,  wishes  to  obtain   the  representation    for   Belgium     of    foodstuffs:  Canned fish. meat. hams, vegetable, etc.  49."' Canned Salmon, Canned lobster,  and "FoodstUEfs.—An important French  concern is willing to accept the representation for France and adjacent coun-.  tries of Canadian manufacturers and  producers.  50. Agpency.—A French commission  agent" wishes-to get the representation  of any Canadian firms.  51. Canned Pears and Apples.—A  Liverpool firm is in the market for 500  to  1.000 cases of the above.  50. Sugar Corn.—A Liverpool firm  asks to be placed in touch with exporters of the above, w.ith a view to future  business. . . r.  53. Apple Ring's—A Liverpool firm  wishes   to   hear   from   exporters   of   the  [above, with a view to future business.  54. Canned     Apples     and     Pears A  Liverpool   firm  wishes   to  get  into  communication with exporters of the above.  55. Canned Fears.—A Newcastle Arm  asks to be placed in touch with exporters of the above.  5G.    Canned      Tomatoes,      Peas      and i  Beans.—A    Newcastle   iirm   asks   to   b*  placed  in   touch,   with  a   view  to   future  business.  57. Cattle Feeding' Stuffs.—A Liverpool firm wishes to hear from shippers  of the above, especially linseed cakes  and hay, with a view to purchase as  soon   as   conditions   permit.  58. Canned Tomatoes, Pears and ffal-  | Ion Apples.—A Newcastle firm wishes to  ! hear  from   exporters of  the above,  with  a view to business as soon as conditions,  permit.  ! 59. Canned Meats.—A Newcastle firm  j asks to be placed in communication with  j exporters of canned meats, with a view  ! to business as soon as conditions per-  ; mil.  j      60.     Formaldehyde.—A       Leeds       firm  ; wishes  to   get   info   to:'<-h   with  exporters  of   10 per (.•..•ut.  formaid   hyd>\  61. Apples.—A Cardiff 'irm asks for  ' offers of apples up to ".Oiio or ".OOii bar-  :   '-..'I.-.  I      C2.    Apples.— A    Bristol   iirm   asks   for i  quotations   on   box   i.r   barrel   apples   for  early   shipment.  G3.     Apples—A   C.irdiiT   firm   wishes   to  ■ l"/    placed    in    communication    with    exporters  of   barrel   ap'd.'s.  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.  fANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard, truck  throughout. Continental  Red Seal Motor, Timken-  David Brown '/worm gear  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spicer universal joints.  Two, three and a half and  > five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing too Large or too Small  If it's. Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  ro75  Res., Fair. 213SL  Office, Sey.  J. H. Healey  OPTOMSTEIST    "  Glasses  fitted   for  the  relief of all  kinds    of    eye    strain    and    nervous  headache.  825 BlrJcs Eldgr.      .   Vancouver, B. C.  DBUGLEES    HEAIIHO  W. J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB. BUSINESS MAN  My business is to > iiavigorate the  body, mind and brain. People who  have passed through my hands say I  do all three.    See next advertisement.  .     928  and'929  Birfcs  Building*,  Vancouver* B.C.  Seymour  603     ,. Seymour 724SR  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  1  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570  Bfchards  St. "Phone   Seymour   175  Jl  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Irom  Work  We Galvanize Everything* by Hot jj  Process  Ornamental  Iron. Work,  Iron  Stairs,, Fire  Escapes  Railing's.  Gates,    Fer.ces,        .Blacksmith  Work  Iron   and   Steel  Bars.    Ivan    Work   for  •Steel and Wooden Snips, Casting's,  Pole  Line .Hardware,   Pipe  Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  225  Sth   Avenue West  Vancouver, ES.C.  ADAM   JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns,' Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  Miehleind 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  /-  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in  every case whore superiority is tested  point liy point, in comparison with oilier 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.  Wo 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.  Items 130)ow have txxm published  in these columns heretofore, 'oat are  carried for ready reference for q. fow  days paedtng- the publication of later  inquiries.  .Seymour 1ZS I 1-12815  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  1. Iron, Steel and Other Manufactur  ers.—A London firm of manufacturers'  representatives wish to secure the sole  representation upon si commission or  buying basis of Canadian manufacturers of the following woods: Malleable  iron steam fittings; electrical plant and  equipment for all purposes, including  shipbuilding: brass fittings; pumps:  forglngs; stampings: machine tools,  etc.: tools of all kinds; wood manufactures: chemicals; household laundry machinery'; toys; metal fittings for fancy  goods,   etc.  2. Buckwheat Flour.—A London company,    handling    several    Canadian    pro-  i ducts, wishes to get into touch with  I Canadian producers of buckwheat 'lour.  3 Maplo.—A London manufacturing  i company wishes to purchase mnnufaet-  I ureil maple direct from Canadian mills  ■ cutting it. and would be glad to hear  I from those able to fill orders.  i 4. JYIanufaot'irers' Atreiit, leaving for  j Kiigland end of January, would be glad  ; to hear from Canadian man u ''act nrers  .desiring represent.! (ion in London, Kng-  ; land. Where he Is to establish an oilice  'of the company. (>vir twenty years'  evperirnee in I.o:>don, Lnglaud, at'.d seven  years  in   Canada.  (Continued   on   Page   4.)  ROOFING  and  PAVING  MATERIALS  The  §y Company  LIMITED  VANCOUVER OFFFJCE and FACTORY  Cor. T«nfch Ave. 8& Arbutus St.  COAL  TAR  PRODUCTS  .j  Fact Worth Considerin  Firms  who demand the  most in motor truck  value arc operating FEDERAL TRUCKS in  Vancouver.     Such   firms   as   the   Hudson's  Bay    Co.,    Johnston •   Storage     Co.,    Ltd.,  Mainland Transfer Co., Ltd., Turner's Dairy  Co.,    and    many    others    use    FEDERALS.  You can easily learn the reason why these  big linns get. such Satisfaction from  FEDERALS  FEDERAL JV80TOR COMPANY  Pender   Street-    West,    Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit JwW'^^Wr'*  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ^M-rasm*^^  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS  and   t  ONS Ltd.  ANUFACTURERS  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and  (Continued   from  pag-«   X}  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St.  Vancouver B. C.  touch with their old employers, and  on returning home find that their business connections find association have  suffered.  It is for these men that this department seeks positions with the employers of labor throughout British Columbia.  In order to faciltiate the handling of  this employment work, the Provincial  Government   is   opening   Employment  Bureaux in "Vancouver, Victoria,  New  Westminster,   Nanaimo,   Nelson   and  Fernie;   in each of these this department will have a representative, who  will   look   after   the   interests   of   returned men, seeing, as far as possible,  that  preference  is given  them wherever labor is needed.   There will also  be a representative in the Okanagan.  Employment surveys will  be made  of all  industries and  employment of-  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  8eA1.8     H-TENCII.S,   RUBBER   AND   METAL  STAMP'S,    METAL   CHECKS,  TIME   CHECKS  KE"   TAOI,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     ETC*  ALL WORK CUARANTEEO BUST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY At\0 FAIR PRICES    '  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  p. A. Jones, MgT.  WHARF BUILDING,  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front St Hew Westminster  Telephone 1015  DIXON &  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOWCASES/OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KAISOMINING  IJ'  Sey. 8765      JSe/. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  fices will be opened in Vancouver and  New-Westminster and  will   be  ready  I, for business February 4th. The Van-  couver offices will be located at the  corner of Dunsmuir and Homer streets,  phone Seymour 3459, and at .180 Cordova street west, phone Seymour S3S7,  and all requests for men will be taken  care of at these offices.  Physically fit men of all trades are  ■I returning  in   large  numbers  and  the  / task of placing all in suitable positions  ! is a big one, and needs the co-operation   of all   employers   of-labor. .   No  effort will  be spared to see that the  men  supplied  are   the  best available  for jobs,     The  department will  also  have a number of scouts whose busi-  ness. will   be   to  follow  up • and  seek  out complaints that may arise and adjust differences and build up as much  harmony as possible.  The department is under the supervision  of   Major    D.'    A.   Livingston,  Unit Demobilization Officer for British |  Columbia,  and  Capt.  F.  C. Brown is j  the general    representative 7 for Van- j  couver and district.  porter asks  to  be placed  in  touch  with  Canadian  packers.  15. Skimmed Mili Powders.—A. Glasgow firm would like to hear trom Canadian   exporters'.'  16. Baled Hay.—A Glasgow firm  wishes to hear from exporters of the  above with a view to business as «oon  as conditions  permit. ,  17. Kitchen Chairs.—A Belfast firm  who have been importers of the above,  knocked' down, from Canada before the  war, wish to be placed in touch with  exporters with a view to business, as  noon  as  conditions  permit.  18. Carbon. Black.—A 'Glasgow firm  who has been importing the above from  the United States wish to hear from  Canadian   exporters.  19. Rioenieal.—A Glasgow firm Is prepared to import the above in ao-ton lots.  20. Asbestos, Engine and Pump Packing's, India Rubber Goods, Engineers'  Machines and Tools.—A GlasKow firm  making a specialty of supplying engineers' and public works requirements in  the engineering line, are open to con-  aider representation of manufacturers of  the above, either as purchasers or sole  agents.  21. Canned Salmon.—A Belfast firm  who import the above In 2,000 case lots  for business as soon as conditions permit.  22. Gallon Apples, Peaches and Pears.  —A Belfast firm importing the above in  1,000 ease lots asks to be placed In touch  with  exporters. ■  23. Gallon Apples and Canned "Fruits.  —A Glasgow firm wishes to import 3,000  to 4,000 cases of gallon apples and 1,000  cases  of canned   fruits.  24. Butter and Cheese.—A L,e it'll firm  wishes to get into communication with  exporters of the above with a view to  business  as  soon  as  conditions  permit.  25. Cbeese.—A Belfast firm makes inquiry for cheese in 500 box lots, with a  view to business as soon as conditions  permit.  26. Engineering Agencies.—A South  African engineer of many years' experience in engineering specialties and machinery is prepared to arrange for representation of Canadian engineering  firms. Immediate correspondence is requested.  . ..,;•.  27. Cast Iron Pipes.—A South African  commission agent, with an established  connection, inquires for agency proposition from Canadian manufacturers of  cast iron piping for water and sewerage  purposes.  28. Sewing Machines.—An established  commission agent covering all'centres  of South Africa is prepared to take up  a Canadian agency on sewing machines.  Hand sewing machines are the principal   sellers   for   the   wholesale  jobbing  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDEBS AND  CONTRACTOWI  ROOFING  0  SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Smj. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  Buyers9 Guide  When Buying Bulletins Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  ARCHITECTS  Doininlun  lHue  I'rint  Co..   FOR SALE  and  EXCHANGE  SUPPLIES   Sey.   2197-4070  ARCHITECTUBAL TERRA  COTTA  Kvans,   Coleman  A   Kvans.  Ltd '...Soy.   2988  O'Nell,   Win.   A'.   Co.,   Ltd Soy.   •171I.1  Ritchie Contr.   A-  Hup.   Co.. J;td St.y.  0162  ASPHALT  PEI.T  Evans.   Coleman   A:   Kvans,   Tlio   Iiarrett  Co..   Limited   Olljhs Tool  METAI.  & yiaiiiiilnt! Works  STAMPING  James Brook™  MIHWOEK  WooilwkK.  Co.,  Ltd....  :9SS  MACHINERY  Agents   Por  Xylite   CfreaBe   and   Perfection   Oils  Skookum   Logging   Block  4-1'i   in.   by   IS   ft.   boilers   J GO   lbs'.  2   Coal   dryers  suitable  for  fish..-'  All   sizes  of  cable   hi   stock.  T.  A.  WALSH  &   CO.  Alexander St. Sey. 4738  trade.  HOMES  FOR   SOLDIERS  MAY  BE  STARTED  SOON  It is reported that the provincial  government will start shortly on the  erection of a group of,homes in South  Vancouver for returned-soldrers.  (Continued   from   page  3)  E. A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. 0. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  S. J. Trickoy  E. E. Elliett  CENTRAL SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  and  COPPER, BRASS  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Pnone Sey. 620      151 Yz Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  '"5. Wooden Handles.—A Glasgow .firm  asks for quotations on brooin and other  wooden  handles.—     " ;    '  r    ; •; •       '■-\'  :•  6. Enamelwaro.—A Glasgow house is  in need of household enamel ware of all  descriptions.  7. Talc.—A Glasgow firm is open to  import talc in 50 to 100 ton lots, also  cut slice  talc.  8. Barytes.—A Glasgow house asks to  hear from  Canadian  exporters.  9. Gallon Apples and Canned Traits.  i.—-A Glasgow firm in a position to place  ! lar^e orders desires to receive quota-  i tions.  j     10. Canned Vegetables.—Some Glasgow  I produce brokers would like to enter into  'negotiations   with   Canadian   shippers  of  • canned  vegetables   with  a  view  to  busi-  ; ness  as soon  as  conditions  permit.  j      11.  Plour  and   Grain.—A   Belfast   irm  i wishes to get into touch with  exporters  j of  flour,   barley,   oats,   wheat,   rye,   etc.,  ; with a view to future business.  j      IS.   Cereal      Poode.—A      Belfast   firm  i makes  inquiry   for  the above.  13. Cattle and Pi? Foods.—AX Glasgow  ■ importer   asks    to    be   placed    in   touch  ! with  Canadian  packers.  |      14.   Gallon     Apules.—A     Glasgow   im-  f ARCHITECTS *  Members of The Architectural Imstitate  ot Eritlsn  Colombia.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  VANCOUVER SCHOOL BOARD  Tenders are invited for the erection  of two one-room schools and one two-  room school. Plans and specifications  can be obtained at Roum 21, School  Board Office, Hamilton street. Tenders  to be in by noon, February 5th, 1919,  addressed to the undersigned, and  marked "Tenders for Building." The  lowest or any tender.r'not necessarily  accepted/.-■•-/.'' . . '■■.' ^v; .".--■'■ ■*¥-;'■•''■■  ;. GERALD UPTON, '  ;.); Secretary   Schooly'Board.  A reduction of 10 per cent, will be  allowed off all machines sold this week.  This is in order to make room for other  machinery that will arrive this woek.v  We have a full machine slnop equipment,  lathes, drill presses, milling machine,  taps and  dies, emery stands,  etc.    :  C. O. VESCOTT  57-61  Alexander  St. Sey. 7005   ;..-.Hey.   Hay  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ceperley,   Rounscre.ll  &  Co Sey.'7820  BANES  Home Rank of, Canada ...Soy. 5270  BANK,   OFFICE   &   STORE   FITTINGS  Jiuiich  Hrookcs Woodwktf.   Co.,  Ltd , Went.   473  BLUE  PBINTS  Dominion  tUiio  i'rint  Co Soy.   "J407--107O  BRICK—ALL  KINDS  Kvans.   Coleman   &   Kvans,   Ltd Sc).   298.8  (Jllloy- llros..,   Ltd ....West.   15-16  O'Nell.   Wm.   X.   Co.,   Lid r Key.   4795  Rltchlo Contr.   A.  Sup.   Co..   Ltd ..Hoy.  9102  Rltehle.   .1.    T.    A „ Suy.  80.17  Winch.   R.   V.   A  Co..   Ltd ; Hey.   279-1844  BUILDING   FELTS   AND   PAPEBS  Evans.  Coleman  A   Evana.   Ltd , Sey.   2988  O'Xeil,   \>'m.   N.   Co.,   Ltd Sey. '4.793.  The   ISarrott   Co.,   Limited.!?. ..Hay.   03  BOKDS- SURETY  Ceperley,   Roun.-iofell   A   Co , .....Sey.   7820 I  Wind),  R.   V.   & Co..  Ltd Sey.  279-194-1 '  CARPENTERS  DUon   &   Hurray Scy.   S76S-S780  CEMENT  llalfnur.  Guthrie  &  Co..   Kvnns,  Coleman  &   Kvans.  Ltd   Ollley  Rros..   Lai   O'Nell.  Wm.   X.  Co.,  Ltd   Ritchie  Contr.   &  Sup.   Co.,   Wineh.  K.  V.  & Co., Ltd _...  AND  MIMEOGSAPHING  (Central   I'uhllu. .StenokTaiJliorn   ..Fair.   217*  -17*  ..Sey.   51)7*  Wnloh  &  Co.,  T.  MINING   .Sey. 'IT:m  Walsh   &  M2NING  Co..   'I'.   A   ENGINEERS  Ii.  0.   I'lcctrle (.!<  MOTORS  Ltd   MOTOR  Little Clnnt ilotor Truck  Tucker   llotor   Co   TRUCKS   Sey.  .|-:)H   -Sey,   noot  ..Sey.   2S44-4I5   Sey.   HUGS  CEMENT  Hunt,   UolK'rt  TESTING  W.   S:   Co...._   ,.-.." .,. See   Us  For All Kinds of Machinery.  •WEIR  MACHINERY   CO.   LTD.  1396  Richards  St. Sey.  7442-7443  Pumps  and   Pumping  Plants  of  every  description   bought   and   sold   or   rented  out.     AU'pump supplies and  repairs.'  PUMPS  & POWER LIMITED "  216-24   Aobott   St.  Seymour 8110  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, machinery of all  kinds. ,  NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.  925 Main St. Sey. 600  Used   Machinery   of   A  and   Sold  B. C. EQUIPMENT  Bank of Ottawa Bid?.  11   Kinds   Bought  LTD,  CO.,  Say; 9040  CANADA  DREDGING  PUBLIC  WORKS OF  BRITISH    COLUMBIA  FLEET  Sealed tenders will be reecived by  the undersigned until 4 p.m. on Friday,  February 7th, 1919,' for repairs and  general overhaul of the Departmental  Dredge No. 303  ("Fruhling").  Each tender must be sent in in a  sealed envelope, endorsed "Tender for  Repairs to Dredge No. 303 (''Fruhling.")  Specifications, can   be   seen  office  of A.  F.  Mitchell,  Esq.,  District Engineer, Victoria, B.  at the  Acting  C, and  at the office of C. C. Worsfold, Esq.,  District Engineer, New Westminster,  B. C, and at the office of the undersigned, 710-713 Birks Building,^'Vancouver, B. C. ■■<. : v'^;.  ■, Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a Chartered  Bank, payable to the Honorable the  Minister of Public Works, equal,to.  ten Per Cent. (10%) of the amount  of tender, which will be forfeited if  the person tendering declines to enter  into a contract when called upon, to  do so, or falls to complete the contract,  If the tender be not accepted, the  cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,'  F. H. SHEPHERD,  Superintendent of Dredges.  Department of Public Works, Canada,  Vancouver, B. C, January 22nd. 1918.  ...Sry.   B197-«.17"i   Sey.   20SS    ...West,   lf.-li;  : Sey.' -1795   Xtivy.  91152   Sey.   273-1114-1  ASSAYING    Suy.  2I9»  CONTRACTORS—GENERAL  Armstront;, MorrUon .Sc Co.,  Ltd... Sey.  lSSrt  Walfli   .St   Co..   T.   A Scy.  -173X  CONTRACTORS^—TILE—TERRAZZO  KvnriA,  Coleman  A   Krarn. Ltd _ Soy.   29.S<(  O'Nell,  Wm.  X,  Co.,  I.ul Sey.   479."i  CRANES    AND    HOISTS     (ELECTRIC)  The   Holden  Co..   Ltd  _  Sey.   lnt!.'>  DIES  AND  TOOLS  Otblw Tool  & Sianiiiliw  Works........ Fair.   217.B  DRAPTING  Dominion  Clue  Print Co Sey.  2107-4670  DRILLS—PORTABLE ELECTRIC  Dnrlirut,   Frank  &  Co Sey.   410U-4101  The  Jlolden  Co.,   Ltd..: Soy.   1003  ELECTRICAL   REFINING  Ili'llahle   Klectrlf  Co. - Sey. 'iufiO  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  P.   C.   Klectrlc  Co..   J..U1 Hey.   5090  Cope  A  Son..,.., Sey.   8002  Darlln*.  Frank A  Co.. , ; Sey.   4100-4101  ELEVATORS  Uarling.  Frank  A  Co. .-.._ _...Sey.   4100-410)  ELEVATOR CARS AND ENCLOSURD8  MULTIGRAPHING  Cential   I'lilillt:   StciioiirniihiTa s0y.   WH  Pomlnlon   Itluo  I'rlni  Co .suy,  wjj.wiq  OrPICE  AND  STORE  PITTINGS  lollti   Aniot   it   Soon Illh'h     37(  Olson   it, Murray • x„y.   S7«5-S7««  OFFICE    SUPPLIES    AND    PRINTING  Wc.sturn   Specially   Co  Si.-y.   3SS(i  PAINTING   AND   PAPER   HANGING  Dixon   A   .Murray s«y.   ,s7tl."(-S7S«  PAINTS  'amk'son.  It.  C.  A Co.,  Ltd      Sry.  PAINTS—-FIRE-PROOF  OWVIl, Wm. rV. Co., Ltd.,. spy.,  PAINTS—DAMP   PROOF  Kvans,  Colviuait it   I''TaiiH.  I.ul.'.-. Sey.  (J'.N'eil.  Wm    N.   Co.,   Ltd.; ss«>-!  Kltchle,   J.   T.    A (.-,,.)■'.  PAPER  .Smith.   Ilnvldwin A Writfht.   Ltd Scy.  PARTITION—FIHEPROOr  Kvnns,  Coleman  .V   Evans,   Ltd Scy.  Kltchio Contr.  A Sup.   Co..   Ltd.. ....Scy,  PARTITION    WIRE  Pearson  Wire.  ,t   Iron  Wks •. I^atr.   2791  21H  47H  29S.4  •17'JS  8007  9505  2fl«  ai6'i  Wcstuiiuslcr  Iron  PATTERNS  Woi kii.:.:.   Dominion  Itluo  PHOTOSTATS  Print  Co.. :   PIG IRON AND  Italfour.  Guthrk> <t  Co   Kvans,  Coli'.'min  A   Kvana.  Ltd   Which.  11.   V.  .t  Co..   Llil    Sc)'.  TIN   S'cy,  ..West,   'j't  2VH-ii1t  PILING  Fcilcral Lmnhcr  Co   AND  »197-«575   Suy.   ?Mt   Scy.   279-IS 14  POLES   Scy.   3U9S-39M  S.  M.  Morris A Co..  Ltd. - _  OW»il.  Wm.  X.  Co..  Ltd......   ni'.'.hlt (rontr.   A Sup.   Co.,  Ltd. ...  ENCLOSTrmxs  I'earson  Wlr« .A Jrtin  Wkit   ENGINEERS  ■;T:, A. .-...;..;.•„•„. ...  ...Scy.  .....Hey.  1013  4795  0162   Fair.   2794  _..;..Sey.  4738  Walsh   &  Co  ENGINEERS' 81TPPLIES  Dominion Blue  Print  Co...„,........„ .M*y.  2497-4670  FENCES   AND   «ATES  ]>ar»on Wlr« & Iron Wka.„._ _..........„.  FIRE   CLAT  nalfour, Guthrie A Co.„.;.   Krans,  Coleman  A »an».  Ltd   Ollley  Itros..   Ltd..... ....; _.! .....  O'Xeil.  Wm.  X.  Co..  Ltd....;..,..;......_..,  Ritchie Contr.   A  Sup.  Co..  Ltd.........  Winch. R, V. A Co.. I.ldr„.. .'.._.  FIRE   ESCAPES  Morris A Co.. Ltd  __.._.„  PILE DRIVING  Evans.  Coleman  it  Kvaici.  Ltd _ ...Sey.  Fraser  KI»er I'ile  Dr.  Co _ ;...We»t.  PIPE—SEWER  Krans.  Coleman  a   Kvans.  Ltd   (llllcy*..   Ltd _   rtltchle Contr.  &  Sup.  Co.,  Ltd....  Wluch.. It.   V.  & Co..   Ltd   PLASTER  nalfour,  nnthrle &  Co   Evans.   Coleman A   Evans.  Ltd..   Ciillcy   Jtro.<.,   Ltd   O'Xeil.  Wm.  X.   Co..  Ltd   Illlchle Coutr.  A Sup.   Co.,  Ltd   PLASTER  BOARD  Erans.  Coleman A   Evans,-Ltd Sey.   3SSI  O'Xeil.  Wm.  X.  Co., Ltd __ Sey.   47-«  Ritchie .Coutr.   &  Sup.   Co.,   Ltd  -...Sey. Hit  PLASTER PARTITION  BLOCKS  Brain.  Coleman  A  Evana,  Ltd  Scy.   2918  29 Si  1U1S   Sey.   2M(   West.   15-IS   Scy.  91M  ..Sey.  279-1914  Sey.  9197-857*   Soy.  asfsi   West.   15-IK   _..,Sey,.   47'JS   Sey.  91il  PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  ..Fair.- 2794  ...'..Sey.:9l97-8.r.75   .....Sey.   298J4  ........West.   15-1B   ..Sey.   4795   Sey.  9162   Sey.  279-1944  ........Soy.   Sey.  —..s«r.    Sey.   Sey.   .Sey.  ran  47**  sin  w  cut  91M  S.  *I.  FIRE   EXTINGUISHER  Harr   &   Anderson -   ..Iiay.  1043  SYSTEM3  ...._,; Key.   61 SO  4100-41*1  Ser.   10S»  31*  FLOORING  J.  Fyfe Smith,* Co.,  Ltd. „.—  FORGINGS  Westminiter Iron \VorUa_   GALVANIZING  A Ga'.r.   Work.-i   ..West.   53  Fair.  971  VANCOUVER  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and Genera!  THE   CITY   WELDERS  Cor.  Alexander  and   Ifeatley   Avenue  Phone   Highland   2909  Itenzfe.   Ja.-'.   A..   MO   Ila-.tinss   W _...  IJr.'an  &   Cll'ra,   309   R'.rhard-s   OaltMti  .t   Kveleirtli,   613   Ilas'.inss  VV Sey.  Cardiner,  F.  f!..   A Mercer,  71S  Granville Sey.  Henderson.  A.   E..   615  ilautinits  \V Sey.  Honeyman.   A   Curtis,   830   Hastlncs  W Sey.  Keacey.   Jamea  W.,   2370   2nd   Ave.   W Pay.  Mathenun.   llol.ert,  M..   309   Richards Sey.  Palmer.   Hcrnard   C,   S30  Ilastinxa  XV Soy.  Parr   *   MacKcnzle.   1V>  <ir.-\  vll!» _ Sey.  Sharp   &   Thompson.   620   Pender   W Hey.  Townley.   Fred   L.,   323   Homer   S.t  Sey.  Twizell.   K.   P.   »..   S37   lla.«in«a Sey.  Sey.  3300  802  3672  724  1621  792K  503S  S080  7811  1061  8013  79 25  VICTORIA  Ilennel.  A.   II..   1.0M6 St.  Louis  St 1171111  Keith.   J.   C.   M.,   Sayward   IIUIk 1420  MuclurC,   Sam,   L'nion   P.ank  Bldg 2.148  Rldcway-Wilson,   Lieut. -Col... Belmont   House  COPE & SON  1 SO Hasting St., XV.  'Phone Scy.8600  ESTABLISHED 1898  Twenty years   in   business  In Vancouver  T.   Watt  Iron  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver ("las Appliance Co -.: Sey.  GLASS—ALL KINDS  O'Xeil.  Wm.   X.  Co..  Ltd , -.f-jey.  HARDWARE  nrxwii,   Fraser A. Co..   Ltd _  ; Sey.  Flett,   J.   A Sey.   2327-  HARDWOOD  FLOORS  SOI  479,  '135  !32»  sort  Ml*  Silt  O'Xeil.  Wm.   N.  Co..  Ltd   .I.   Fyfe Smith  it Co..  Ltd   HARDWOOD  .I.  Fyfe Smith &,CV.  L:d   ..Sey.  ..Scy.  j-i-  4793  1196  LUMBER  9 in is  8037  -6.175  4738  Sey.   1196  AND  PAINTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  BRICK  CONTRACTOR  Chimneys,  Fireplaces,  Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Bes.  2085 45th Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerri3dale  Phone  JEburne  203L.2  G. W. ROBINSON  CARPENTER and BUILDER  iilso  Cabinet   Maker  IjT.iholst.eririg'  2226 CamTaie StTset  ELECTRIC SUPPLY  R. J. ERRINGTON  Electrical Contractor  Falnnont  910  144   Broadway W.  Electrical Contractors  Let U8 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.  HEATING—HOT     AIR,     STEAM  VENTILATING  ISalley.   E.   A Hey.  Harr   A   Anderson fey.  Norman  Kydd  Soy.  HOISTING   ENGINES  Ritchie  Contr.   A Hup.   C.i..  Ltd Scy.  INSURANCE  Ceperley,   Rottnspfrll  A   Co Sey.  Winch. Jl.  V.  *  Co..  Ltd Sey.  279  INTERIOR    FINISH  Kvans,'  Coleman   &   I'van.J.   Ltd... Sey.   2!)*X  O'Xeil.   Wm.   X.   Co.,   Ltd   Scy,   1795  Ilitchie  Contr.   A  Slip.   Co..   I.ul Sey.   91(12  IRON   AND   STEEL—STRUCTURAL  Can.  X.   W.  Steel  C,...   Ltd   123  61.SO  91.43  Slfi2  7S20  -1941  Couithlan, J. &  Kvans, Coleman  S. M. MonN A  O'Xeil.   Wm.   X.  Soih   A KvaiM.  Co., Ltd..  Co..   L;il..  Lid.,  Ltd  1 SO Hastings SkAV,  ►9  Kitrllic Contr. A Sop. Co  T. Wait Iron &■ flaiv. W.  We:itiii:ii3ter   Tron  WorUi .  IRON   AND    STEEL ORNAMENTAL  Artl.uii:  Wire A:   Iron   \v„i,:.< Kair.   2i'.IS  Kvans,   C.ilenian   &   Kvan-i,   l.:d. ' Scy.   "-'9SH  S.   M    Morris  it  Co..   Ltd Hay.   10I3  O'X'dl.   Wm.   X.   Co..   Lt.l   Scy.    I79j  ['(■arson   Wire   .t   Iron  Wta  Kair.   279 (  Kin-hie  Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.   I.i.l •'<:■>•.   UIH2  T,   Watt   Iron   A   (ialv.   Works   Fair.   97I  Westminster   Iron  Workrf West.   33  KALSOMINING  Dixon   A  Hurray Scy,   S703-K7(;fi  LATH���METAL  Kvans,   Coleman  A   Kvat:.:i.   Ltd Hey.  O'Xeil.   Wm.   X.   Co..   Ltd Sey.  lUtchie  Contr.   A  Sup.   Co.,   Lid Scy.  Ritchie.   J.   T.   A Hey.  LIME  Itiilfoor,  Cuthrie  &  Co Sey.  9I97-(i.:i  Bvans,   Coleman   A   Kvans,   Ltd  hm«k«i«i  ..Scy.   399S-3999  -Scy.  ..Sev.  11 00  ..Scy.  ..Scs  Ollley  Ilros..   Ltd   O'Nell.   Wm.   X.  Co.,  Ltd   Ritchie  Contr.   A   Sop.   Co..   Ltd   Winch,   R.   V.   A  Co..   Ltd    LUMBER  l-'cdcral  Lurnhcr  Co   MACHINERY  Drown,   I-'raser  it  Co.   Ltd   Cawslon    Machinery   Co.,    Ltd   OarlinK.   Frank  A  Co ...  O'Xeil.   Win.   X.   Co.,   Ltd   I'iiinp.1  A   I'owcr,   Ltd   Rltcliie  Contr.   A  Sup.   Co..   Lid   The   [[olden   Co..   Ltd   Walsh   A   Co.,   T.   A Scy  MACHINE   WORK  (llhlw Tool A Stamping  Works Fair  Westminster  Iron  Works   .West.   53  MANTELS—BRICK.  TILE   AND  WOOD  Kvans,   Coleman   A   Kvans.   Ltd   O'Xeil.  Wm.   X.  Co.,  Ltd   Ritchie  Contr.   A  Hup.   Co.,   Ltd   MAPS  Dominion  Illue  I'rint  Co Hey.   2197-4070  MARBLE   AND   ONYX  Evan?.  Coleman  A   Kvana,   Ltd Hoy.   20S.S  O'Nell,  Wm.   X.  Co.,  Ltd Hey.   4795  Ktanj.  Coleman  A   Kvans.  Ltd   D^Xell.  Wru.  X.  Co.,'Ltd.. -..J...  Bitchie Coutr.   A  Sup.   £o.. I.HL...„.  PLUMBING  J'alley.   K. ' A..........;....._   Harr  A Aintrraon —   Xortnan Kydd    PNEUMATIC  TOOLS  Darlini:,  Prank  A  Co..  ;_Sey.  The  Itolden   Co..   PRINTERS  Jlajley,  A.   O.  &  Sons.  Ltd Sey.  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Ceitlral   1'ulilU:  HtenoKraphera Sey.  Dominion  Illue  I'rint  Co .._   Soy.  2497-  FUKPB  rutnps  A I*o»er.  Ltd..... _ Hey.  ..Sey. 1196 ROOFING COMPOSITION  Kvajta.  Coleman  &  Kvans,  Ltd.... _ Sey.   29*8  Tho   Itarrett   Co.,   Limited _ Hay.   ill  O'Xeil.   Wrn.   X.   Co..   Ltd <■ Sey.   479S  Ritchie Contr.   A  Hup.   Co..  Ltd Sey.  9l«e  Smith.   Davidson  *  WrUlit. Ltd Sey.   95«i  ROOFING—SHEET   METAL  (See Cornice and Rooting')  ROOFING   MATERIAL  The   RarreU  Co.,   Limited... Ray.   6S  Kvan3.  Coleman  A  Kvans.   Ltd Sey.   29SJ  Ritchie  Contr.   &  Sup.   Co.,  Ltd Sey.  Ritchie,   J.   T.   A  Sey  ROPE—MANILLA  Ralfour,  Outhrle A Cu Sey.  9191  rtuj.sli   A   Co..   T.   A Sey.  RUBBER   STAMF3  ISazlcy,   A.   O.   A  Sons.   Ltd .Soy.   31$  SAFES—VAULT   DOORS  O'Xeil.  Win.   X.  Co..  Ltd... Sey.   4796  SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK  Kvans,   Coleman  A   Kvans,   Ltd Sey.   29K*  Ollley   I'.ros..   Ltd West.   13-1»  Ritchie  Contr.   ,'i  Sud.   Co..  Ltd Scy.  91*8  SASH   DOORS,   WINDOWS,   ETC.  toll*!   Arnot   .Sc   Sons Hiidi     :>71  O'Neil,   Wm.   X.   Co..   Ltd    Sey.   475*  SHEET   METAL  Cential   Sheet   Metal  Works _ Soy.   621   Sheet   Metal   Worki. ....Hlxh.     <'U  X-c   lil.-H   t-'Ui-vt   Metal   Works Sey.  7(1-13  SHINGLE       MANUFACTURERS      AND  DEALERS  (See  Lumber and  SMnflei)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon   i   .Murray Sey.  SLATE  Kvans.   Coleman   A--Kvans.   Ltd  .  o'x(.U,   Wm.   X.   Co,   Ltd   Winch.   K.   V.   A-  Co.   Ltd Scy  Ritchie  Contr    A   Sup.   Co.   Ltd   STEEL—REINFORCING  lialfonr,   Outhrle  A  Co Sey.  Kiati.-:,   Ciiictnari   A   Kvans.   Ltd   We..t.   :,:t j ,(.,,.(,;,.    j     -p     A   STOBE  AND   OFFICE  FIXTURES  STORE   FRONTS  Dixon   A   Murray Sey.   S7M-S7r.«  Krans,   Coleman   At   Kvnns.   Ltd Sey.   Misi  J O'Xeil.   Wm.   X.   Co..   Ltd.... Sey.   I79i  TAR   AND   PITCH  I The   I'.arrett   Co..   L.iul'.cd  Ray.   «:i  Kvans,   Coleman   A   Kvans.   Lid Sey.   29S»  TILE—DRAINING  Kvans.   Coleman   A-   Kvans.   Ltd Sey.   211.11  Ollley   Itros.,   Ltd West,   lr.-il  Ritchie  Contr.   A   Sup.   Co..   Ltd Sey.   91(18  TILE—FLOOR   AND    WALL  Kvans.   Coieman.A   Kvans.   Ltd Scy  O'Nell.   Win.   X.   Co.,   Ltd Sey,  TIN   PLATES'otir,   Outhrle  A  Co Scy.   9107-637S  Kvans,   Coleman  A   Kvans.   Ltd... Sey.   29X1  Winch,  R.   V.  A Co.,  Ltd Scy.   279-1944  TOOL   STEEL  IiarlltiR,   Frank   A   Co Sey.   -Iin0-41»l  Ritchie.   .1.    T.    A Suy.  HOST  VACUUM   CLEANING   SYSTEMS  Rarr   A   Anderson Scy.  VARNISHES  laiuleson,   R.   O.   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