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The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver  Branch,  446   Hastings   St.  "W.  J.   F.   jUacDONAIiD,   Manager  DOMINION  Pressed R R | (^ K Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank  Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  VUZX.DINO-   P23MIT8   AMOUNTZNO   TO   3500   OS   OVEB  ISSUED   AT   THS  VANCOUVEB  CITY  HALL   YESTEBDAY  Number  Description  Cost  JIS-IT—Repairs after lire '. $7f»0  DS49-—1-sto.   brk.   bids $ 1,000  9S54—Bank  Vault  .'. $lf*00  Street  Address  tot  and Block  70—72   Hastings   W.  702  Church   St ...  ?>'.)! Hastings W    XA 0—5-1  Subdivision  Architect  Contractor  Addreaa  ,041     Gardiner & Mercer  Baynes & Horie.  Owner    .....  J. H. li. Wilson...   S3C Howe St.   555 Hamilton St.  n  ■  ,*  Owner  AddreSH  T.  A.  Fee   H. E. Holloway ...'.   Molsons Bank  597  Hastings  W.  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  FT. OF COLUMBIA AV  r  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime,  etc.  L  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE  SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  -  WINNIPEG  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc  Our Stock is the Moat Complete on the Pacific Coast  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richard. St. Vancouver, B. C.  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  %^£^>v^<*^K*^-^>*\-<^ sidewalk along the eastern side of the i  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  ■;•-.   ^ZZ'V'Z:  s-- SUPPLIES    ;■-.■;■  'Sole AgenU In Canada For  CHic:as<S"Pneumatic ^ool Go. -^  Boyer  Riveting A Chipping   Hammers;    Little   Giant   DrUU;   Quntley  Electris Tools:   Rock Drills;   Air Compressors;  i    Z      -Fuel Oil; and  Gas  Enfline*.  Mntnal. Tsrssts  Winip«i  542 PMdir St W., »«c«imt I. C,  PkiH $i*t 10SS  *.       BUILDING PERMITS       %  9S-IS—Yorkshire & Canadian Trust  Co., repairs; Cordova and Abbott Sts.,  $150;   Baynes &  Horie, contr.  9850—J. F. Haley, garage, 2545 Carolina St.;   $50.  9S51—Chris George, partition, 6G  Hastings E., $100; Allan & Co., contr.  9S52—J. C. Tillman, garage, 2540  Scott St.; $100.  9853—T*. A. Fee, general repairs,  Granville & Smythe, $200; E. Anderson,.eontr.:   . ,:V./-':,. ...,,■ .,.-,..   ,-'■; Z-.'X,^-- ■..  causeway next the sea wall is also to  be completed as far as the Rowing  club house, thus giving a good connection to the park in wet weather  for the large amount of pedestrian  traffic  which  the  causeway  carries.  VOTES $5,000  FOR  CLEAN-UP.  In   order   to   carry   out   tne   recommendations of the city medical health  officer and live up to the policy being  preac*hed   and  practiced  by:'the   civic  sanitary    inspectors    in   the   clean-up  campaign   of   business   premises,   thej  Ttivlc  board  of works,  acting  on .the |  recommendation of City Engineer Fel-j  Iowes, has voted $5,000 for ,a general!  FRANK DARLING & CO  PNEUMATIC T  66  THOR  99  Roller Bearing Drills — Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel -Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 14* HOMER ST.  Phone Scy. 4100  clean-up   of  al   streets   and   lanes   in j  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  [DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  TENDERS ARE  INVITED     -  Z FOR   HIGHWAY  BRIDGE  Tenders are being invited by the "De-j the down-town section of the city. The '  partment of Provincial Public Works, [ district to be especially covered by]  vp to February ISth, for rhe erection I this clean-up campaign is bounded, on i  and completion of a bridge over the j the east by Campbell Avenue, on the!  Elk  River,   near  Fairy  Creek,  in   the   west by Howe street and on the north;  '     -     *fcviT  '  U-   't    7  Fernie  district,  pears on page 4.  Notice  to  tender ap-  and   south   by   the    Inlet    and   False j  Creek.    The work is to start at once.;  Phone Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  "Condon, Hug.  Montreal  Winnipeg'  Toronto  Vancouver, B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ' ENGINEERS  INSPECTION -• TESTS ~ CONSULTATION  STEEL      CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES.     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,   ETC.  WESTMINSTER   THEATRE  IS BEING REMODELLED  Architects Gardiner &. Mercer, S27  Birks Bldg., have awarded a contract  to Sloan & Harrison for the remodelling of the Edison Theatre in New  Westminster. The building will be  considerably enlarged and will involve  an expenditure of approximately  $15,000.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  508 Hastinsrs W., Vancouvor, B. C.  C«tnent Te»tlni? Laboratory, Room 1601; "Phyd'cal Testing- Laboratory. Boora Bl  Resident Inapcctas at Large Manufacturing Center*  PLANS NEWS  HIGH  SCHOOL  FOR SOUTH VANCOUVER  Commissioner Gillispie of South  Vancouver announces that a 4-room  brick addition will be made shortly  to the -McOride school. Additions  were planned to a number of other  South Vancouver schools but these  have been deferred until later. School  extensions in the Municipality may  also include the erection of a new  high school.  Gilley Bros., Ltd  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Ail Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902   Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  BE JAM  OODW  "i  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Northern   B,ly.   Depot. 1917  Calgary  Armory    1918  BoBBlantl   High   School.. 1918  Tranquillo   Sanitorinm    1910  Phone Westminster 473  Our stuam heated plant enables us  to muniit'tii-lui't' Veneer Work at any  season  ol'  the  yeiir.  We ure now iiiunu fnrliirlnK interior  lutings for tin- new I'. C. Tolt-phone  Hnildiiiii's head office in (.Juarter Cut  (.•alt.  1259—6th  St., East Burnaby  CITY   TO   SPEND  $12,000  IMPROVING   CAUSEWAY  Amop.u tho items of net'ost'.iy public  ; work  wliich   the civic  board   of works  passed   at   its   last   meetinj;   was   the  sum   of   $12,000   for  carrying   forward  several   steps   towards   ultimate   completion   the   approaches   to   and   the  permanent  walks on  the Coal  Harbor  causeway.     This    was   done    on   thei  recommendation of City Knjrineer Pol-j  lowes,   who   pointed   out   that   it   was;  necessary to go ahead with something!  in the way of permanent surfacinir on;  i  the  causeway now that  it  had  pretty;  well settled  into place. j  ft is planned.to complete  tho .grad-|  ing of all that section of tho entrance:  to the causeway between Coorgia and,  | Chilco   streets   as   far   as   the   present'  temporary    bridge.      Tho    porm.'inont  CITY VOTES $10,000  FOR   SURVEYS  TO   GET j  MORE   WATER   STORAGEj  Having in mind the fact that a seri-j  cus water shortage for the higher lev-!  els of the city was only averted last  Julv bv some providential'and tiraelv;  ■i  showers, the civic  board  of works  at:  i  its meeting Tuesday gave ready heed I  to a recommendation of City Engi- j  neer F. U Fellowes that the sum of j  fl0.000 should be provided for an ini-j  mediate start on a survey of the Sey-j  mour vallej- to determine the best lo-;  cation for adequate water storage. |  This is a step which has heen tinder  contemplation ■ by previous city coun-;  cils for several years past, but noth-'  itig definite  was   done  owing  to  war-'  i t  i time  stringency.     It  was  pointed   out;  'by the city engineer that  during one'  dry spell last July the Little .Mountain,  | reservoir was pulled down 0 feet in;  lone  night  and   for  several   nights   re-;  mained   at   that   level,   showing   that  | the   total   capacity   of   the   pipes   and'  mains   was   not   able   to   restore   the!  balancing   surplus.     Had     there     not;  ; been   an   ample    supply    in   Seymour'  ; creek   just   then   the   condition   might  '■ have  been serious  for the city and  it  was to prevent just such a contingency  that he desired to proceed with some  development of the Seymour creek  system that would provide sufficient,  storage so that the city's supply j  would not run short during the usual j  summer dry spell when the consump-j  tion of water was the heaviest. [  In addition to providing for the sur-j  veys and preliminary work in provid-j  •'ng for water storage on Seymour!  creek,   some   of  this   $10,000   may   be  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  _^__^_—.^^    —_—  BEAMS, CBTAlTirEZ.8. AWai.ES, PLATES, TMS,  COX.XTVOI*  COMPIETE-CY EQUIPPED  FABRICATING-  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Fairmont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver, a. C.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING  STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS: —  ..—Drift.. Bolts, Machine Bolts,  Tie Bolts.        We are  prepared to  furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE   BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Soy. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  We have just received a large shipment  of  coevs  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  i <ri=  fOontimieil   r>n   pa iff   <.">  Seymour 4G60  J. SMITH, Mauag-er  1.Z'  Alexander St.    V;im'ouviM\_RC.  Twenty Years' Experience in all Branches  of Electrical Work. Inspection—Expert  Art vice — Ti-oulile "Work—Installing- — Bo-  W'ncling;—All  "Work  Guaranteed.  wgerara^mssBa^^  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. C.  Phone 53 BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established ltfH)  Published, every   Monday,   Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A   newspaper  of  general   circulation,   featuring Building,  Contracting,  Engineering,  Industrial,   Shipbuilding,   Mining,  Automobile,   Provincial,  City  and   Harbor  Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING- EDITOR  ■ Office and   Plant.  . 583   Homer-Richards   I.ane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR    STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription  Rates  One month $1.00  Six   months    SS-00  Al! subscriptions are payable strictlyin advance  WALLPAPERS]  Paints and Varnishes  I. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  the war—for 21 cents? Does the  question not arise: Are we taking  advantage of the latest and most ef  f.ective materials and designs in fireproof construction? The question is  one that admits of much argument,  for even some of the supposedly absolutely fireproof and modern structures have suffered severely in some  fire during recent years'. But generally the fact has obtruded itself: Did  not these fires which  damaged these  OrPICIAI.  ORGAN.  The British Columbia Record Is the  official organ of The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Roval 'Architectural Institute' of  Canada,' and The Engineering & Technical Institute of British Columbia, and  as such is used by them as the medium  through which to make their official announcements  to   the  general  public.  By' such   selection  the  British  Columbia   Kecord   is   no   wise   pledged   to   editorial   support .of   any   policy   advanced  by these societies, but maintains an abs»-   gome dangerous  fire-trap  which  by its  lutely   independent  position  on  all   mat- •    , .    , .  ters subject to editorial opinion. | close  proximity   to  the  more  modern  "structure caused the damage to the  latter? Such will be found to be generally the case.  is little or no market and no official  quotations.  supposedly    absolutely    fireproof   and  modern   structures   generally  start  in  The sale of crown granted mineral  claims all over British Columbia recently for non-payment of taxes,  which was widely advertised, served  to have many of them revert to/fche  crown if it did not secure much actual  cash. Owners of numbers, of course,  settled.  SHERMAN   OPENS   FISH  MARKET   IN   SEATTLE  A. 11. Sherman, fish packer of this  city, opened a fish market in Seattle  on Wednesday..  il.D.Rees    W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jcnkins  The Electric  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  S?y. 1224  E. CHRYSTAL .ft COMPANY  ■ a       ■    *• M*  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Kcefer St.  Seymour 855!  MINING  CANADA'S HUGE FIRE LOSSES  '• A'cording to carefully prepared statistics, the five losses in Canada for  the last seven years have averaged  the enormous sum of twenty-two million dollars a year. This aggregate is  simply appalling, ■•especially when  taken in conjunction with the fact that Flu has been raging more or less  practically half of the world's fire in a number of Slocan mining camps  losses occur on this continent. It for the last week or two—camps that  ought to make every architect, builder in the fall seemed to be immune.  and  householder   pause  and   consider! :   if everything possible has been done I United Copper Mining Company,  to protect the interests of our , own j operating at Chewelah, Wash., has re-  and    of    our    immediate  The Rambler-Cariboo mines has de-'  clared a dividend of $17,500, according to an announcement from Alfred  Coolidge, secretary-treasurer. This is  at the rate of a cent a share on the  issue of 1,750,000 shares. Payment'  'will be made February 10 to stockholders of record on February 5., The  forthcoming disbursement will increase the total of dividend payments  to ?560,000.  THE MOST HATED NATION  Germany  set  out  in   1914   to  make  itself  the  most  hated  and   feared   of  nations.    It's still the most hated.  companies  neighbors.  Why is it that we have to pay  about $1.-10 for fire protection while  the same protection can be purchased  in Sweden for 40 cents, in.England  for  23   cents,  and  in   France—before  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Kowe St.  Sey. 3768--Bay.l!28R   :: —J  duced wages, after the miners had  listened to an explanation of the necessity and had accepted the cut.  This is the first mine in the northwest to take such action since the  armistice   was   signed.       Seventy-five  i; .v . . i-  men were affected and only five drew  their time. ■  f  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  136 Howe St  Seymour 1389  Individual    sales  of    copper    have  |obeeii  reported from the east at from  19  to  23  cents  per  pound, but there  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  COMPANY, LTD.  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  "BIO" Arc Light Carbons  601  Pender St. W., Vancouver'  X Let us quote you on your  requirements  100% Service.  Make a note of this:  WINDOW  GLASS  There is  a steady  improvement  in  the domestic demand for window glass.  It is "true that there has not been the  great revival in general building operations that some optimists had looked  for, but at the same time there is a  steady and    healthy    improvement in  the   general   domestic   demand.     The  producing end of the trade has beon  troubled  by  vexed  questions  of wagZ  adjustment and    other    matters,  but  there seems  to be a general clearing  of this situation.    The great decrease  in  consumption that this country has  known has not resulted in any great  accumulation of stocks, and this fact  places the market on a sound foundation.   There is a good export demand,  and this demand promises to increase.  Phone Seymour 1873.    .  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  CabUietB, etc.  Switches  designed  and   l.»,uilt  i'or  any  special work.  41  Alexander St.    -    Vancouver,  B.C.  J  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue prints for country  installations ,  906 Davie St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SHE  HAD THE  MAN THO'  "Has^you made all arrangements fo'  your -marriage, Mandy?" Well, not  quite all, Dinah. I'se got to buy a  trooso, an' rent a bouse, an' get mah  husband a job, an' buy him a good sun  o' close, an' get some- reg'lar washin'  work to do. An' when them's done I  kin name the happy day."  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 Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Maklns  Saynour 1163  Fixture*  735 Htlncken St.  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  } Credit Foncier tltg.        , Vancouver, B.C-  Bamberton Cement  I  Bulldog Cable  Pacific  Lime  I  R. V.yVIINCH & CO., Limited  Vancouver and Victoria  NEW WORK--CONTRACTS LET  * ''.':■'        ■-■-:■ ■ ■.■■'.-. -    - .'■'-■ ' '   .        ■ - , ...... .. ■....-.■■     .  m    rOLLOWIXa   TABLE   SHOWS   Bini.DIITOS    COSTING    $5,000    OR    OVER,    OIT     WHICH     CONSTRUCTION    XS  UNDER WAY, OR ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE   ,  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in  British Columbia.    The paper is  of   excellent,   uniform   quality  and   of   great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria," B. C.  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Richards St.  Seymour 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymour 3535 601 Pacific Bld£.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London toil Seymour 6508  G. KsSgrem  General Contractor  862 14th Ave.  Fairmont 945L  Character .Coat  Tuberculosis   Clinic   47,130  Grain   Elevator    70,000  Church   35,000  Commercial   Bldgs.   25,000  Residences     ..... each    4,000  Brick   Building   Bungalows          6,000  Residence      7,000  Residence    T500  Bungalow       7595  Residence ..$5,000  Powdered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Dwelling      5,000  Residence     :....      8,000  Remodel   Boarding   House $5,000  Two  Story  Brick $20,000  Residence    ...: ?10,000  Kesidence - $9000  Dwelling :   $6,500  Temporary Hosp  $30,000  Liquid   Air   Plant    $25,000  Residence   -   $7,000  Electric   Smelting  Plant : $S,700  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  CORNICE, SKYLIQET, SMOKESTACKS.  AUTO work:.  Anything in Sheet .Metal and Roofing.  S. T. Scarlett, MgT.  757   Beatty   St. Sey.   7015  VANCOUVER  Location     Owntr  Pender Street Rotary Club  Beach Ave Chas.  P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St...First  Church of Christ Set.  Fairview and Point  Grey.. (.'ivversity of  B.  C.  Angus  Ave Macaulay  &   Nicolls  Seymour  St B.   C.  Tel.   Co.  Magee Allan   &   Richards  2S75   Alder  Street  A.   R.   McFarland  1906 Trafalgar  W. A. Cantelon  1435 15th Ave. W..... H. D. Christie  S.F.    Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd .C.H.McFarlane  Powell  St :..!',.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  1946  llth Ave.  W ...John  T.  MaeDonald  shaughnessy Heights P.  VV. Racey  14 17  Barclay St Con fed Life Ass'n  92-9S Pender E... Mrs.  Chance Wong Co.  Shaughnessy   Hgts Clarence  Wallace  Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener F.   G.   Loane  12th and Heather Vane. Gen'l Hosp.  5th and Vukon Sts...L'Air Liquid Society  Shaughnessy    Frederick   Perkins  C.  P. R.  Reserve....Tudhope Elec.  Metals  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main St.  Seymour 4878  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bldg.  Character  Cost  4.?-Mile    [extension     300,01)0  Gnvi-rnnr-nt    Shed        Itriilgc  (2  span.)      Lining   Tunnel     250.000  Reconstruction        160.mi:)  Nitrogen   Plant       125,000  Concentrator,   etc l,000,0(in  Concentrator,    etc    50.000  Railroad     1 .OOO.noo  Infirmary    and   Service    Bldg $151,236  i'.ridge      %   Kridge        Pulp   &  Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Coid Storage & Cannery $150,000  Twelve   Cottages    $19,000  Remodelling   Edison   Theatre $15,000  Remodelling  Dom.  Bldg $6,000  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SASH   and   DOOBS—OrriCE  FIXTURES  Eandsa-teing- and.  Turning-,  etc.  1730   Semlin   l>rive Highland   314  Archt.  Contr.  I. A.   Kenzie Baynes  &   Horie  M.   H.   Gillingham    Owners  Matheson &  DeGuerre   Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson    ..... S.   NV   McLeod  A.  E.   Henderson S.  J.  Newitt  Owners Adkison &  Dill  Fred   IJ.  Townley  CM.   Champion  Fred.   L.   Townley ."..'.John   B.   Sterling  ■Fred L. Townley  Day Labor  H. D. Christie  TV. .1. Read  Fred   L.   Townley  G.   M.   Champion  Fuller   Engineering   Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.      Owner  Fas.  A.   Benzie  S.   L   Newitt   C-. H.   It.   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.  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  ■'"    You have service for salt— ' '  ADVERTISE IT!'  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT! Z,  You realize that the better you are known'the more business you  will do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk the  matter over with you.   Sey; 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 Homer-Richards Lane,  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  GRANDVIEW   SHEET  METAL WORKS  rUENACES,     COSNIC£S,     SKJT-  I.IG-HTS  and  GENERAL  JOEBIITG  1685   Venabtes St.  Highland   642  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  rim—^^-^^ffi,,^. BHnmrci  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.  Location   Owner  Clinton     P.O.I'.    Railway  Victoria         Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   1'.   Railway  North    Vancouver     Wall.-icj    Shipyard  Lake   Buntzen. .Arncr.   Nitrojjcn   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain 11.   C.   Copier   Co.  Chu   Cluia Queen   Hess   Minim;   Co.  Princeton   to  Copper   Mt....f'.   C   Copper  Co.  Tranquille P..    C.    Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River--Comox Dist... Prov. Govenu't  Knglislim.-in's River, Alberni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove. . Heaver Cove T,timber &  Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  Chyoquot... .Clayoquot Cold Stor. & Can. Co.  Siiuamish P.   G.   li.   Rwy.  New   Westmiuster I-'r;uilc   Kerr  New  'Westminster Can.   Bank  of  Com.  i A*cn-  Contr.  I Northern    Const.    Co.  I R.   -Moncriel-   Armstrong,   Morrison   &   Co.,   I,id   Carter,   1 falls  ,V   AMin^er  I llodRson  ,*.-   Kim:  | Owners         Owners  j < 'wuers       '     _       Owner   \\ .    P.    Tici ni-y  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.   Wks   Dept.. . Robei tson  \-   Partners  Prov.    .Pub.    Wks.    Dept Wm.    Greenlee.,        Owners  Public  Works   Dept Hodgson   \-   KiriR      Owners      Thos.   Carson  Oarrlinor ft  Mercer .Sloan  ft  Harrison  Gardiner &  Mercer Robertson  Bros.  I he  [ covers the Quebec Bridge  Eighth Wonder of the  RUSH & READ  PLAIN      AND       OBNAMEITTAI,  PLASTERING    &    CEMENT    WORK  All Work Guaranteed.  Ray. 3310 230G  Stephens   St..  Hay.   1G02-R  H. A. Wi8es  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 - Btb kit. W. Bayu'ew 2278  Office 813-815«BowerIB!dg.  Vancouver, B. C.  The veteran  painter,  tried  and  proved,  fjie man who does  paint well.  "HE KNOWS"  The chemist, who can analyze—lie smiles and savs:  n  ALL RIGHT"  Because  It goes farthest.  Covers more space at less cost.  Encourages   the   inexperienced  to paint and brighten up.  R. C. JAMIESON & CO., LTD.  107") Hamilton »Sl I'cct.  Seymour 22(i.S  mVsisBammasmsasiSmwmstxESEmtTtm f\  /'■'  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  MOUSE   PAINTS  ■   25 ('bior.s,  $3.2f,  Gallon  Oil and Creosote Shingle Stains  '   •     . $1.20 Gallon  Marine    Paints  ANTI-DAMP—Everyone   Uses   It  W.  S. HARVEY MPG.   CO.  10G3 Granville St. Sey. 3497  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all kinds of Wire Work.  112-10   Dufforin   St.  Fair,   a6-IS  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, limited  , Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymoor 30531  FINE OPENING EXISTS  FOR   READY-MADE GARAGE  TO   SUPPLY  CITY  DEMAND  Now   that   "apres   le   guerre"   is   a  reality and not tlie dream that was so  anxiously  looked  forward  to  for over  four  long  years,  and   the  scarcity  of  labor is already a  thing of tlie past,  it is a  matter of surprise  in  well-informed  building and construction  circles that some enterprising lumbering  firm   or   mill   concern   has   not   taken,  advantage of the demand for a ready-  made,   knock-down   garage.     In   these  ultra-modern' days   when   automobiles  are getting even more numerous and  just as common a.s bicycles during the  years of the bike craze, there is hardly a day goes by without from one to  three permits for small garage buildings to house one car are taken out at  the office of the city  building inspector    Fully  75   per cent,  of  these  permits   are   taken   out   by   the   owners,  who are in  about   that  proportion  of  have saved considerable trouble for  himself if he had to build another  garage along somewhat similar lines.  He also generally perceives where, he  could have ordered his material to  better advantage and not had so much  scraj) lumber left over that is of little use for anything except as kindling  in the family range.  These amateur garage builders generally give the cost of the structures  as  from ,$50  to $85.    In  the majority  of cases it is quite apparent with lumber  at   its   present   prices,   that  they  have  not  allowed  anything   for  then-  own  labor  in   erecting  the  home   for  their family flivver.    When a contractor takes out- a permit,  on  the other  .hand,  he generally  gives  the  cost  at  from $100 to  $150,  depending on the  size of the garage, and in that respect  he is generally about right in the ultimate cost, counting in the labor of  erection.  Much time, trouble and effort might  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,  FACTORY   SITES   AND  FARMS,  TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND   MUNICIPAL  BONDS.JMORTGAGES       (  instances the designers and builders j be averted if some enterprising lurn-  j of these humble but necessary struc-i ber concern or contracting firm would  ! turcs. Many a handy man with tools J design a knock-down, ready-made type  i lias managed to build his own garage { of garage in which all the lumber was  •in his spare time, the construction ex- cut ready to be put together. The  • tending   over    a   week ' or  so.     Then I garage might either be sold in knock-  a   week   or  so.  when  the  edifice is all  complete,  the  down   form   with   the   walls   ready   to  I owner generally sees where he could 'erect  in   sections   and   all   other  tim-  SERVICE  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED   1886  730  Hastings St.-'VV.-- Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C.  bers cut to fit, or else simply all the  required lumber, sills and shingles  could be prepared ready for loading  on an express or light dray to be  taken to the site of erection.  At present it, costs the average  amateur builder from $45 to $50 for  the material to build a garage 10 by 16.  On the authority of a well known  building expert, it is stated that this  material could be sold in cut, ready-  to-erect form for $50. and ample margin left for a good profit for any firm  that would undertake the thing on a  large scale, using millends and short  lengths that are unfit for shipping purposes. While it might do a few contractors out of a few days work, this  plan would be a boon for hundreds of  amateur builders who would find the  ready-to-erect garages' a great saving  of time and  material.  That there is a steady demand for  small garages which is bound to continue for some,years as long as the  airplane does not displace the automobile cannot be doubted. For the  past three years, despite wartime conditions, garage permits issued at fhe  building inspector's office have averaged at least a couple a day. And-if  the ready-to-build garage was available no doubt many more would be  built.  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 Intellig'ence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the -"opportunity"' when  .iskins for  additional   information.     Re-  ,iest for each opportunity should  be on  J a.   separate  sheet  and   state  opportunity  number.     The  Bureau   does   not   furnish  credit   ratinxs   or  assume   responsibility j  as  to the standing of  foreign  inquiries; i  ■ the   usual   precautions   should   be   taken j  in   all   cases.  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUS!NESS MEN  av ill find the  ORPHEUM CAPE  an ideal meeting pla'ee for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best ■of  Everything, .Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  capacity  250.  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dvvyer, Proprietor & Chef  I  FACT vs. FANCY  •PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE, rather Hum APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear and tear of the  dailv grind. Paint soon fails lo cover, up defective construction,'and promises have  never vet PAH.) a single repair bill.  LITT  ks hut for service—not merely to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  arc built   not   for looks hut  our claims.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in  every  point  bv point  in comparison with other  trucks.  case where .superiority ;s tested  Tlie tad  customers is  hat  72'  of LITTLE GIANT sales last year were re-sales to satisfied  In.- 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 r>0% 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.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Seymour 2SI1ZS15 Granville at  Pacilic  Vancouver  "LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  The following inquiries are the latest  received. For rapid perusal the rea,der  may know at a glance items of interns t by noting: the class of goods mentioned   at ; the   end   of   each   inquiry.  '  IMPORTANT—Quote the number of.  the ""'Opportunity" in your correspondence.  37.    Eok a=d Willow  Calf.—A firm of  London   leather   merchants   wish  to   Ret  in   touch  with a Canadian  manufacture'- j  of box and willow calf.  38.-' Representation in the United  Kingdom.—•■». -British firm of' manufacturers' representatives, with headquarters in London aiid arrangements tor the  marketing of goods throughout the  United'Kingdom, wishes to get in touch  ■,vith..,Caiiadia.n maim tacturers of the following articles, with a view to representing, them as sole agents, either on  a corn mission or buying basis; Malleable  iron 'iron steam fittings, electrical plant  and equipment for all purposes, including shipbuilding, brass fittings, pumps.  ]| lorgiiigs,-' machine tools, etc.. tools of all  kiffcls. wood manufactures, chemicals,  household ■-.laundry., machinery. ioys._  metai  littings lor fancy goods.  oS. Representation in the British.  West, Indies.—A tormer official, of the  British Guiana government, who has  lived, in Canada lor some years, proposes  to make a business crip througn the  Airiusn West indies and would like to  represent  Canadian   firms.  Ids A Jamaisan commission agent,  iocated at Kingston, wishes to represent  Canadian manuiaeturers of all lines of  rnuhulacturtd goods.  ....41..-...Ag-encies.—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  tlie Transvaal, are prepared to purcnase  from Canadian manufacturers gang  plows, harrows, drag, cultivators, planters, mowers (cutting only, not bindmgC.  shelters   and   graders.  43. Canned Ilsh, Fruit and Veg"e-  tatlas.—A French agency would like to  secure the representation of Canadian  exporters of canned fish, can nod fruits,  and canned 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. "Metals.—A       1'ariri       commission  j agciit    wishes   to   get.   into   touch   with  j Canadian   exporters  of   .neia.s. u  |      47.    Foodstuffs.—A    Frtiu-h   agent' in-  jviws     corrt-spottdenct?      from      Canadian  i nrt.oucers  of   canned   goods,   meats,   fish, i  ■ etc. i  I      48.    -Foodstuffs.— An    agent    in    Mens.  j Belgium,   well   acquaint! d   with   the   l.'.-'l- j  !^i:in   trade,   wi.-ius   to   o-'if.tin   the   >-e,n-v- {  : mentation    for    Belgium     of     t nods tuffs: ■■  \ \ ai-ued  fish.  meat.  hams,  ve-i'-t V>|  .:.  tie. :  '     49.    Canned   Salmon.   Car.:it-cl   Lobster,  : ana    yoodutun'o.--.'. n    iinpoi t.i;.;    French ;  ; i.-i'iin-eri:   is. willing   to   ;iee,pt   the   representation   for   i-'ranee and  ad'ai ■ lit.  conn- j  : tri-s    i.i'    Canadian    n-.uiai.ieiinvrs     and'  \ prod iei-rs. ;  50. /-gency.-- A      Freueh    ee.ininissioM '  'aea-nt    wi.-lies    to   get    the   repre:anta i. ioa  of  any  Canadian   linns.  51. Canned Pears and Apples.—A  I Liverpool   tirm   is   in   the   niaru-t   lor   ."it'11  to   !.<'00   cases   of   tile   a!-ove.  52. Silfjar Com.—A Liverpool Iirm  asks to he placed in touch with exporters of th<> above, with a view to future  business.  } 53. Apple Kings.—A Liverpool tirm  i wishes, to hear from exporters of the  | above,  with a view to  future business.  54.     Canned     Apples     and     Penrs A  Liverpool   Iirm   wishes   to   get   into   com-  I munication  with  exporters  of the above.  |      55.     Canned Pears.— A   N'ewcastle  firm  asks  to  be placed  in   touch  with exporters of  the above.  56. Canned Tomatoes, Peas and  Beans.—A Newcastle linn asks to be  placed in touch, with a view to future  business.  57. Cattle Peeding: Stuffs.—A Liverpool Iirm wishes to hear from shippers  of the above, especially linseed cakes  aud hay. with a view to purchase as  soon   as   conditions   p«'m\it.  58. Canned Tomatoes, Foars and Gallon Apples.— A Newcastle (inn wishes to  hear from exporters of the above, with  a view  to business as soon as conditions  I permit.  59. Canned Meats.--A Newcastle (Inn  asks to be placed in communication with  exporters of canned meats with a view  to business as soon as conditions permit.  CO. "Formaldehyde.—A Leeds linn  wishes to get into touch with e\pon.< rs  of   in  pi r (••■nl.   formaldehyde. j  Gl. Apples.—-A CardiiT tirm asks fori  offers of apples up to ::,iiii(i or M.otMi bar- I  reis. , I  i:2.     Apples A    Bristol   linn   asks   for |  qnot 11 ions on box or barrel apples for!  early   shipment. i  V_  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, 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 WORK-  '. ERS 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  PHONE  SEXMOtJE 3325  PRINTERS  Printers, Engraving, Bookbinding, Account Books.  Publishers   of  Mining-     and     Engineering     Record,  Successful Foultryman  TECHNICAL   PRESS   LTD.  The "Mines Bldg. -*26 Homer St.  Office,  Sey. 7075  Res., Fair.  213SL  J. H. Healey  OPTOMETRIST  Glasses  kinds    of  headache.  fitted  eye  for  the 'relief of all  strain    and    nervous  825 Bi  rlts  Bld£-.  Vancouver,  B.  C.  MAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY  B. J. E-RH.INGTOII  Electrical Contractor  Fairmont 910  3 44  Broadway TV.  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries >  v The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570  Richards  St.  'Pione  Seymour   175  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanize Everything by Hot ii  Process jl  Ornamental  Iron  Work,  Iron  Stairs, Kire  Escapes -Railings.  Gates,    Fences,      Blacksmith Work  Iron   and   Steel  Bars,   Iron   Work   for  Steel and Wooden Ships, Castings.  Pole  Line Hardware,  Pipe   Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS j  225       5th   Avenue West Vancouver, fe*.C J  ADAM  JACK  Brick  Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  Highland 728  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  2022 Wall St.  r  ROOFIIG  and  PAVING  The  Company  LIMITED  COAL  TAR  VANCOUVER OFFFICE and FACTORY  MATERIALS    Cor> TentS? Ave. & Arbutus St.    PROlJJUS  -j  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  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.  Vou can easily learn (he reason why these  I'ijr lirms oyf sm-ii Satisfaction from  FEDERALS  FEDERAL rVSOTGK COMPANY  931-935    Pender    Street--    W-st,    Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit Hi
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PHONE SEY. 316
Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.
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PLUMBING and HEATING
International
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Equipment
Phone Seymour 6180
1060 Homer St
Vancouver B. C.
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used along with another appropriation of $7,000 for the construction of
a low concrete darn at the intake on
Capilano river in order to keep the
water up to the level of the top of the
intake pipes during the dry spell and I
avoid the necessity of having to construct a temporary sandbag dam there.
Fraser River
PILE DRIVING CO.
LIMITED
P. A. Jones, Mgr.
WHARF BUILDING;
BRIDGES,
PILE FOUNDATIONS,
ETC.
Owners of Tug "CLIVE"
General  Towing
324 Front St. N^ Westminster
Telephone 1015
TO  REPORT ON  SHORT SEWERS
The, application of a number of residents   along   Twentieth,   Twenty-first
and   Twenty-second   Avenues,    Mount
Pleasant, for several  lengths of short
sewers to connect their residents that
are   situated   in   a   hollow,   with   the
Main street sewer, raised the Question
at last Monday's meeting of the civic
health    committee, of a,   number    of
other somewhat  similar situations  in
various parts of the city.   It was stated by Dr. F. T. Underhill, city medical
health officer, that there were at least
a   dozen   other   similar   instances   of
where   a   block   or  so   of   connecting
sewer was    badly needed    in various
sections   of   the   city,   but   which   had
been laid over for the last four years
owing to war time financial stringency.
Jf one were  done,  the others should
be   treated   alike,   he   maintained.     It
was  decided  that City  Engineer Fel-
lowes should bring in a report covering   these   various   short  sewers   and
when the estimates are being drafted
it is probable that some provision will
be made for constructing them.
DIXON & MURRAY
MANUFACTURERS OF
SHOW CASES, OFFICE
and STORE FITTINGS
GENERAL CARPENTER WORK
if;
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING
Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766
1065 Dunsmuir St.
STANDARD  BANK  WILL
DOUBLE   ITS  QUARTERS
Faced with the absolute necessity
lor more accommodation and working
space in which to handle their increasing business, the local headquarters of Standard Bank has made arrangements for an extension of their
present premises in the Standard Bank
building that will give practically
double the existing space now occupied. * But the structural 'changes
involved in securing this increased
room will be somewhat expensive and
include among other things the removal of the'old vault that was installed half a dozen years ago with
the expectation that it would be large
enough to fill requirements in that
respect for fully a decade anyway.
Architect James A. Benzie has been
engaged  for some  time on  the plans
and   specifications   for   the   necessary!
improvements.     The   plans,   however, I
Creek, will be received at the Department of Provincial Public Works,
Victoria, B. C, up' to noon of February
IS next for the erection and completion of a bridge over the Elk River,
near Fairy Creek.
Drawing, specifications and form of
contract may be seen at Room 7, East
Wing,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,
B. C, and at the office of the District
Engineer, Court House, Vancouver, B.
C, and the Government Agent's Office,
Fernie, B. C., and at the Office of the
District Engineer, Cranbrook,. B. C,
on and after the 5th instant.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque" or'certificate of deposit, made payable to
the Provincial Public Works Engineer,
for a sum equal to ten (10) per cent,
of the tender, as security for the due
fulfilment of the contract, which shall
be .forfeited if the party tendering declines to enter into contract when
called upon to do so, or if he fails to
complete the work contracted for.
The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon
the  execution  of the  contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied
and signed with the actual signature
of the tenderers.
■,.   A. E. FORMAN,
f    Public Wqrks Engineer.
Department    of    Provincial    Public
Works,, Victoria,    B.   C,   February  1,
WRIGHT BROS.
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
ROOFING   SPECIALISTS
Wei Design and Build
Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.
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O'Neil,   Will.   N.   Cu.,   Ltd :'. Suy.   .|7y5
Kilt-hie  Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd Sey.   91(12
ASPHALT   PELT
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'.llii'   Ilarrctt  Co.,   I.lmlu-il : , Hay.   UI)
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Ceperley,   llounsel'ell   &   Co...... Suy.   7K20
BANKS
Home Hank of (.'lunula Scy. 5270
BANK,   OPPICE   &   STOBE   FITTINGS
Junius  lirookcs  WixulwkK.  OV.  Ltd ...West.   473
BLUE  PRINTS
Dominion  Illue I'rint  Co :
METAL   STAMPING
(Jlhhs Tool A Stamjilni: Works Fair.   2170
MILLWOBK
.lames  Hroukes  Woodwkn.   Co..   Ltd.. West. "173
MIMEOGBAPKJNG
Central   l'nlilic   StcnouraphcrH Key.
MINING
Walsh   A   Co.,   T.   A	
5078
..Sey.  -I7.*H
Walsh   &
MINING
Co..   T.   A	
ENGINEEBS
MACHINERY
Oils
1919.
Ag-ents   Por
Xylite   Grease   ana   Perfection
Skookimj   Logg-ing-   Bloclt,
-1-7-2   in. ■ Oy   IS   ft. ' boilers   100   lbs.
2   Coal  dryers  suitable   for   lisli.
All   sizes of  cable  in   .stock.-
T.   A.  WALSH   &   CO.
7 Alexander St. Sey. 473S
If.   O.   Klci-trii-  Co..
MOTORS
I.ul	
MOTOB TRUCKS
Little  Cinm  .Motor Truck Co....:.	
Tucker   .Motor   Cn ... 	
 Key. -17*18
 Key.   5000
■ Sey.   -JS.11-15
• .Sev.   35B5
We have a.-full inacliine shop equipment,
lathes,    drill    presses,    milling    machine,
taps and dies, emery .stands, etc.
1—SxS   Air   Compressor,    10   li.f.   Motor
3   turret  lathes. ,
CO. WESCOTT
57-G1  Alexander- St. Sey.  7005
;. . ■ ■ See - Us
T"or All  Kinds of Machinery
WEIR  MACHINERY   CO.   LTD.
13S6  Richards  St. Sey.  7442-7443
 Sey.  '.'107-11170
BRICK—ALL  KINDS
Kvnns,   Coleman  .V   Kvans.   Ltd..... Key.   --"JSS
(illley   Ilros.,   Mil West,.  13-16
O'Nell,   Wm.   N.   Ci.,   Mil .Sey.   -I7M
Itiichle  Com.-.   A  Sup.   (V,   Ltd Sry,   <Mt',2
ititchie.   .1.    T. ..A ; , ;Sey.  ,S(l.ri7
Winch.   It    V.   &  Co.,   Mil .' Sey.   270-UU4
BUILDING   FSLTS   AND   PAPERS
Kvans,   Coiciniin  A:   Kvans.   Lai Sey.   2UMK
O'Nell.   Win.   N.   Co.,  Ltd ..Sey.   1705
Tlie   llarretl   Co..   Limited     Ilay.   jj3
BONDS—SURETY
Ccpcr'cy.   Itonnselell   .V-   Co ,Sey.   7M20
Winch.   II.   V.   A  Co.. Ltd, Hey.   270-1011
CARPENTERS
Dixon   &   Murray Scy.   87U3--K70B
CEMENT
I'.alfour.  Cuthrle A  Co .Sey.  0107-(1575
Kviui:-,,   Cnlcniaii   A   Evans,   Ltd Sey.29.SS
(lillcy  Ilros..1 Ltd ....West.   15-lti
O'Neil,'\Vm.   X.   Co..  Lul '. X Sey.   4705 j j.;v.„„Sr
Klti-lile  Contr.   &   Sup*   Co..   l.til : Hey,   9Ltj'i    Kitelil'i
Winch.  II.  V.  &  Co..  Lt.l ....Sey.   270-1914 |
CEMENT-   TESTING    AND    ASSAYING
Hunt.   Ko'cert   XV.   A  Co ......Sey.. 2109
CONTRACTORS—GENERAL
ArnistroiiK,  Morrison  & Co.,  Mil , Sey.1S3H
Walsh   A   Co..   T.   A!......,.... Sey.  -113*
CONTRACTORS—TILE—TERRAZZO
Kviiiis,   Coleman . &   Kvan-s.   Mil Scy,   -.'OSS
O'Neil,   Wm.-  N.  Co..   Llii ".......  .......Scy.   4£I5 |
CRANES    AND    HOISTS    (ELECTBIC) |
The,. Holitvu   Co.,   Li.I Sey.   li
MULTIGRAPHING
Central  Puhljc  Hteiiuurapiier.s	
Oomlnion  Illue   I'rilit   Co '....	
 ...Sey.   5078
 .^y.   2407-4670
OPPICE  AND   STORE   FITTINGS
iohi,   Arnot   &   Sons  m^,     :t7,
IMxon   A   Murray	
OPPICE     SUPPLIES
Western   Specialty   Co..	
PAINTING
Dl.Vuii   A   Murray
-Soy.   S7tij-H7«0
PRINTING
lamicsoii.   It.   (.
O'Neil,
Kvnns,
O'Xeil.
Uia-hle
Smith.
AND
 Sey.   35211
AND   PAPER   HANGING
  Sey.   S7li.",-.s'7(i6
PAINTS
&   Co..  J,til ; ...Sey,   22li!j
PAINTS—FIBE-PROOF
Wm.   N.  Co.,   Mil.... sey.   .1735
PAINTS—DAMP   PROOP
Coleman  &   Kvans.  Li.l  .sey
win. n. Co.. Ltd ;.':
J.   t.   a ; ,	
20Srt .
 -Sey.   -17-Jri
 Si-y.   So;-,7
PAPER
Davidson A  VVrlKln.  Mil,.
...Sey. ortr,-,
PARTZTION—PIESPROOP
Coleman  .V   Kvans.  Ltd
Coutr.   A   Sup,   (
PARTITION
Pearson  Wire  A   Loir Wks.......
l.til	
WIRE
Sey.   2938
■Sey.   IUU2
Fair.
rv t
West ml I liter  Iron
PATTERNS
Works....,.:	
PHOTOSTATS
Print ■Cn...:	
..West.
PUBLIC   WORKS   OF  CANADA
BRITISH    COLUMBIA    DREDGING
FLEET
Sealed tenders will be reeciven* 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   ('.'Fruh-
{ling."-)■•■■, ..!■-   .-:■ *v >s<
Specifications can be seen at the
office of A. F. Mitchell, Esq., tActing
District Engineer, Victoria, B. C„ and
at the7 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. '
Each   tender   must be  accompanied
".Pumps and Pumping Plants of every
description bought and sold or rented
out.    All pump supplies and  repairs.
PXTMPS   & POWER  LIMITED
216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour   8110
.Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,
wire rope, rails, cars, machinery, of all
kinds.
NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.
S25 Main St. •. Sey. 600
DIES  AND   TOOLS
(.'itibs Tool & Slampliii  Works..	
DRAFTING
Oomlnion I'luo I'rint  Co	
DRILLS—PORTABLE
DarlhiK.  I-'rank  ,*c  Co..	
The  llolilcu  Co..   Lui	
 Kalr.   '1\"C>
 Sey.   2-IJI7--107O
ELECTRIC
 S.-y.    IKlO-llOi
 Sey.   11X15
Dominion  lilne
PIG  IRON AND   TIN
I'nifour.  Outhrie  A  Cn '«.•,-,
Kvaii-.   Coleman  ,v   Kv.in.s,   Ltd	
Winch,  U.   V.'A Co.',  Ltd '„; ,ZZ
PILING
y.  L,!S7--:«?n
y,  9lti7.cr.75
 Sey.   -jus*
ey.   ^79-1114 I
Kcderal  Lnml'i-r  Co.,
AND   POLES
REFINING
■ Sey.  -IiiGO
Used   ;\Iachinery   of   All   Kinds    Bought
and   Sold.
B. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.
Ban': of Ottawa Bide. S*y. 9040
although   well  advanced,  are   not  yet; by an accepted cheque on a Chartered
E. A. BAILEY
Plumbing
and
Steamfitting
at the stage in which tenders can be
: called. There are some minor details
j yet to be completed and appcoved,
| and when these have been passed
| upon and the plans are ready for bids,
j due notice will be given in tlie col-
I umns of the Record.
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 tq
do so, or fails 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.
ELECTRICAL
Keliahle   Kle.-tric   Co.    	
ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES
IJ.   C.   Kleclrlc  Co..   Ltd , -.Sey.   5000
Cope  A:  Son :  	
Marllnj!.   I-'iank  A  Co Sey,
ELEVATORS
DarliiiR,   Frank  .t  Co Sey,   •1100-1101
PILE DRIVING
Evan.-!,   Coleman  .*.-   Kvan-i.  Mil 	
Fru.<rr  HlM-r  l'lle   Or.   Co	
PIPE—SEWER
Kvans.   Cult-man  \-   Kvans,  Mil	
Oilli-y  Uros..   Mil,... __>___■
Ititchie  Colilr.   .V;  ,Sup.   Co,.   Mil...'	
Winch.   K.'V.'  A Co.   Lul..:.	
.Sey. svos- :;fiy9
 ..Sej-.   MSS
 West.   101,5
 Sey.   i'JSS
...... AW.it.   15-,IS
 Sey.  9lfi:>
...Sey.   1178-1911
PLASTEB
Italfimr,   RtiilirK- &  Cu	
Sey.   Hrti)^ j Kvans.   Coli-mim  A   Kvans, I.ul	
4100-1101 | Ollley   liros.,   Ltii	
O'Xeil,   Wn)'   K.  Co.,   Lt.l Z.Z
Kltchle  Conlr.. A  Sup.   Co.,   Mil	
...Sey.
ELEVATOR  CARS  AND ENCLOSURES
S. ■M.-.Morrl*  &  Co..   l.til. :.:........
O'Nell.. Wm.  N.  Co.  Lul.	
Hitehle Contr.  A  Sup.  Co..  Mil	
ENCLOSURES
Pearson  Wire  A  Iron  Wks....' 	
ENGINEEBS
Waljh;4  Co..   T.
ENGINEEBS'
Uomlnlon I'.ltie I'rint Co _....
FENCES   AJTD
Pearson Wire & Iron Wks.:.._..„
 .Hay.   1013
, Sey.   4795
 Sey.  fllfl-2
 Fair.   2701
 : Sey. 473S
ei97-i'.57r,
...Sey. '*)H*
West, 15-1«
....Sey. 47»5
 Sey.  91(ia
SUPPLIES
_.....  Sey.   2497-4070
GATES
  ...Fair.
27»l
CLAY
1033 Granville St.
Vancouver. 8. C.
Phone Sey. 136
Res. Bay. 77
.Sev.
..Sey.
.Sey
331$
900
•MS 6
TELEPHONE DATA
NEW ihstal-lations
JAN. 31, 1919.
A. B. C. Taxi Service, Automobiles for Hire, GO 1 Cordova W	
Gait,   John,  Steamship  Afjent,   60*.'   Hastings   TV	
Hutton, Theodhilus J.. Music Studio,  S.''l   Pender  \V	
Manduea,  Nick,  522   Union  St	
CHANGES.
JAN.   31,   1919.
Canada Trading- Co..  Ltd., Importers & Exporters,  from
510   HastlnKS.'.W :.-.: - ■ s*-*>'-  "]:,b
...Sey.   9197-0."7.'>
 Sey.   29.SS
 West.   15-18
 Sey.   47H5
 Sey.   9102
....Sey.   279-1911
 May.   10 !fi
..Sey.  1196
.HiKh.   -J5S0
irastiriKS to
 ■ Sey.
S. J. Trlcfcey E. E. ElUott
CENTRAL SHEET  METAL
WORKS
SHEET, COPPER, BRASS
and IRONWORK
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
BOAT TANKS
GALLEY RANGES
STE-AM  TABLES
, SMOKE   STACKS
HEATING       VENTILATING
PLUMBING
Phone Sey. 620      151V6 Pender St. W.
VANCOUVEB,  B.  C.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Fernie  District.
Highway  Bridge   Over the   Elk   River,
Near Fairy Creek.
Sealed   Tenders,   endorsed   "Tender
for Elk    River    Eiridge,"    near Fairy
A-;-i(i^.<2>.'(.<{,.;.'{>.;.^.;.^.<.4i.j.^i.;.'«>.^ij>.;<.4i.;.i{>^
ARCHITECTS
•3»
Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.
«*?
v
Members of
of
The Architectural In«titute
British   ColumlJia.
VANCOUVEB
; i:er-/ii
i llr.van
' Hal!.n
.Int.   A.,  ;"lo   llaitltiir.i   W.
■S;   cilliuii.   .100  Itlflianl;-	
A   Kveleit-li.   BI.1   llatliiiits
Sey.  Xlim
w
j (.'aniinT,   I-'.   C.   A   Mereer.   71S  Canvllle
| llenilerwn,   A.   K,.  (J 15  Iliustlni{.»  W	
Il.)!i-yr,;a-i.   A   Curt1.;.   <!.-.'•   ]las'.ltnt«   W....
Keau'ey,  .1 amc:«  W..   25711  2ml  Ave.   W	
M.-itlii'Miii.   Kol^ert   M.,   309   Itirliartli	
Palmer.   P.ernnril  C,   k~,n   IlaitltigK  W	
Parr   &   Mii'.-Kenzle,   7:it!  flranville	
Slump   ,t   Thiimpsiin.   620   Pender   VV	
Townley.   l-'reil   L.,   32,"   Ilurrivr   St	
Twi/.ell,   It.   P.   S.,   H:S7   Ilastlnits	
J
.. .Sey,
Sey.
.. Sey.
.. Sey.
..May.
....Sey.
...Sey.
...Key.
....Sey.
...Hey.
...Sev.
tili'.'
.''.072
721
1021
79211
51 as
30,W
7SI1
10(11
S013
7921
VICTORIA
COPPERSMITHS
IViairine and General
THE   CITY   WELDERS
Cor.   Alexander   and   H(;atloy   Avenue
Phoiui   HiKhland   .'iOO'.l
PANTAGES
Three Shows Daily
2.30- 7.00-9.00
PRICES 20c-30c
llennel,   A.   K.,   I<>.«<!  St.   lyjui!!  St 1171 HI
Keith,   .1.   C.   .M.,   Huywaril   I'.liU 1120
.Maclure.   Sam.   I'lilori   I'.ank   I'.IiIb 2.11X
It IiIkv,ay- Wilson,    Lieut.-Cu I _.I!elfin.nt    llou.ie
BRICK  CONTRACTOR
Chimneys,  Pireplaces,  Etc.
Jno. B. Sadler
:os.r
Rch.
•If.th Ave.
J'llOIIC
\V.    Box
Kburtie
2'i, ICerris<lnIn
i()3l2'2
G. W. ROBINSON
CABPENTEB and BUILDEB
also
Cabinet   Maker
U'lholsterliitf
2226 Cambie Street
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AGENTS FOR
PIBE
Italfottr,  (liithrle A'Co	
Kvan».  Coleman  <t  Krans,   Ltd 	
Gilley  Itro-i..   Ltd	
O'Neil.  Wm.-. N.  Co..  Ltd __	
Illtcliie Cuntr.   *  Sup.   Co.,  Ltd..	
Winch,  H.  V.  A Co.,  Ltd	
FIBE   ESCAPES
S.   SI.  .Morris  A   Co..  Ltd _	
FIBE   EXTINCrUISEEB   SYSTEMS
lia-r   &   Ander-Mjii Sey.   tilSO
F-LOOKING
J.  Fyfe Smith A Co..   Ltd	
FOBOIKCrS
Westminster  Iron Works West.  ,"3
GALVANIZING
T.  Watt  Iron  A (lalv.   Wnrku	
GAS   APP1IANCSS
Vain-otiTcr C,A> Aimllanee Cm	
GLASS—AX.X.  KINDS
O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd	
HABBWABE
Uriiwn.   Kra.iirr  & Co..  Lid	
Kletl.  J.   A Sev
HABDWOOD  FLOORS
•!     C     Ma-il. .■„:    ■ i.i.'i    i .i..   Lul	
O'Neil,   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd -	
.1.  Fyfe Smith  A Cu.,  Ltd	
HABDWOOD   LUMBEB
,1.   t--yfe Smith  ^ Co..   Ltd :
HEATING—HOT     AIB,     STEAM
VENTILATING
Mniley.   K.   A Sey.   123
 Sey.   filKO
 Sey.  UlSfi
...Sey, 29S8
...Sey. -1735
 Sey.   91G2
971
.....Sey.  S01
.Sey.   •17'j;
Sey.
2327
..ltay. 1-J47
..Sey. 47115
....Sey.   U»e
..Sey.   I]!i6
AND
ENGINES
Ltd 	
..Sey.  Sl«:
V I
i'    Iiarr   A   Andeinun.	
Nnrnian  Kydd   .    	
HOISTING
Ittu-llle Citntr.   A   Siij).   Co
INSURANCE
('■•perley,   Iliiiiiirtfffll   A   Co S»y.
Wineli,   II.   V.   A  Co..   Ltd Sey.   27!i-l{Ut
INTERIOR    FINISH
Kvaiw.   Ci.leinaii   A   V.ta-.x-,.   Ltd  Sey, 29sx
''£] u'Nell,   Win.   N.   Co.,   Ltd..  Sey. •!7:i5
'"   !  Itlti-lile. Contr.   A   Slip.   Co..   Ltd.   ,. Sey !H«2
PLASTEB  BOARD
Evuti.i.   Coleman  A   Kvan.i,' Ltd. .     .
O'.WIL  Wm. .V.  Co..  Ltd... : '....
Itlti-hle  Contr.. A sop.  Co..  Ltii....	
PLASTEB PARTITION BLOCKS
Kvatia..-Coleman  A  Kvatu.   Ltd Sey.   2DS»
PLASTER—OBWAMENTAL
Kvans.   Coieman A.'Kratin.  Ltd..; Soy. 2988
O'Nell.   Win.   .V.-Co.,   Ltd „  Sey. 4795
JSIu-UU- Contr.. A.Sup.   Co..  Ltd...., Sey. 9162
•-''•:'7   '.'.PLUMBING
Hailey.   E;.^;.::..;..;,.:.-.; l; Hs.y.   123
Ilarr   A. Aiiderjon........*  ....._.......  Sey.   8180
Norman  Kyild ...„..,., u_ .„.;__. :_Sey.  91H8
PNEUMATIC  TOOLS
DarliiiK,   Frank   A Co , .Sey.   4100-4101
The   Holden  Co..   Lul Sey.   IUG5
PRINTERS
Ila^ley.   A.   CI.   &  Sum.   Ltd „., Sey.   316
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER
Central   TittiUe   Stenu^rai>lierH   .Sey.   507S
Dominion  Illue  I'rint  Co Sey.   ili)7  1U70
PUMPS
I'nnilH  A  Porter.   Ltd ...Sey.   Silt)
EOOFING COMPOSITION
Kvans.   Coleman  A   Kvaiu.   Lkl Sey.   2fl^S
The   liurretl  Co..   Limited. May.   fix
O'.Vf'll,   Wm.   N.   Co.   Ltd -Jey.   4795
Hitehle  Contr.   A  Sup.   Co.,  Ltd ...Sey.   ;ilrt2
Smith.   Darld'ion  A  Wrixlit.  Lid Sey.   »5d5
BOOFING—SHEET   METAL
(See Cornice and Roofing-)
ROOFING   MATERIAL
The   Hnrrett   Co..   Limited ,	
Kvans.   Coleman  A   Ilvan*.   Ltd	
Klti-lile   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co..   Ltd	
Itilrhie.   .1.   T.    A:	
ROPE—MANILLA
• Halfour,   Cuthrle  A  Co Sey.
i vSiiUi   A   C.i..   T.   A	
i RUBBER   STAMPS
;  llaxley.   A.   C   A   Sons.   Ltd	
j SAFES—VAULT   DOORS
! O'.Wil,   Wm    N.   Co..   Ltd Sey.   4715
SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK
Kviin.i,   Coleman   A   L'van.-.   Lid ...Sey.   2!'SM
(illley   J'.r.is..   Ltd Went.   15-Iii
Ititcliie  Cuitr,   A   Sup.   Co.   Ltd ...Sey.   11152
SASH   DOORS,   WINDOWS,   ETC.
lahn    A.-lnit   A    Suns	
O'Ni-ll.   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd    	
i SHEET   METAL
| Central   Sheet   .Metal   Wnrk*......    -.	
S2(l I Urandviev   Sheet   Metal   Wiirk-i	
! N.-iv   Id-a   Sheet    .Metal   .Wi:rk<. ' . . .  .-	
! SHINGI.S       MirrUFACTURERS
! DEALEKS
i (Soo  Lumber and  Shingles)
SHOW   CASES
7155
23 2.S i
..ltay.   l!:i
Sey.
2".'HS
Sey.
Ulrt2
Sey.
!<'M7
9197
•1575
!?'«•>-.
MM
Sey,   31S
llU-h.
374
Sey.
4705
..  Sey.
l!2H
rllfll.
f.12
Sey.
7015
AND
McCLARY'S RANGES
.j.   ,iu.„,..   . .„,„.   .v   „>.,,.   .... .-.,.         1||v(|n   A   Murrav                                            .   Sey. S7rt.'.-H7il8
.£.       IRON   AND   STEEL—STRUCTURAL     i SLATE
i- I can    N.   W.   Steel  Co.,   1,1,1     I'lur.   2::!01 7 .  Kvwu.   Cnleinan   A   Mian..   Lid Sey    29SS
<b j CoiiKliliiii.   .1.   A   Solri Sey    -,'.t\{)     n'Neil.   Win    N.   (-..■.   Lid Sey     17-H
*■ !  Kvnnt,   Coleman   A   KvaiH.   Ltd .-''-y    2:o>v     \\ j,;,),    |t    v.   A   c,. ,   L'd Sey.   27H-IMU
S M.   .Morris  A   Co.,   Ltd.        .                             Hay.   1013; |t|i,.|,j,.   c,,.,tr    A    -lop    Co,   Lid              . Sey    D1W
o'N.-ll. Win   N. Co ,  Ltd                                s.,    i7:r, j                   STEEL—REINFORCING
Ititehle   Coutr.   A   Sup.   Co..    Lid      Sry.   !)!l!2j   |!nirour,   (illtlirle   A   Co Sey !)K>7-«75
T    Wnit   Ir.oi   A  (lu'r,   Work-.                               I'alr    liTl! Kv.m».   ChIikuii   A   Kniiii,   Ltd S.-y.   21I1H
Weuiii:ii,-,i-r   Iron  Works                 Wem.   53    |t[i,.|,ie,    J.    T     A  Sey    S't17
IROI?   AND    STEEL—ORNAMENTAL    . STORE  AND   OFnCE FIXTURES  AND
Artlitlr  Wire A   Iron  Woil;.-    l-'alr,   2(!lki STORE   TR.ONTS
Kiaiis   Ciileinnii  A   Lv.iih.   l/d Si-y.   2!mm J Dlmm   A   Murrav       	
S    .VI.   MonU A  Co..   Ltd Ilay.   1013 j I'van*.   Col.-mnn   A    Kvnns,   Ltd
Industrial and Household
Gas Fittings
t
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D'N'ell,   Will.   ,V.   Co.,   Ltd	
l'ear-.oii   Wire   A   Iron   Wks.
llit-'iie   Co.in.   A   Sup."Co.,   Ltd
T.   Watt   Iron   A  Ciilv.   Wnrlts	
Went minster
Sey.
. I'll Ir
S 'V.
..Kalr.
Iron Works West
KALSOMINING'
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I'.Itehle  Contr.   A   Soil   Co..   Ltd Sey.  lillij
Ititchie,   .1.    T.    A Sey.  HII57
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Kltchle Contr A Sup. Co
Winch,   It.   V.   A  Co.,   Ltd	
LUMBER
Kcderal   Lumlier   Co	
MACHINERY
I'.r lU-ii,   I'm n-r   A  Co..   Ltd      	
Can-don    Mii'-oiii'-rv   Co ,    Ltd	
Durlliut,   l-'nui!.-   A   Co	
O-.Viul,   Win.   N.   Co.,   Ltd	
I'uinps  A   I'io\er.   Lt'l 	
Kltchie  Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd	
The   Hidden   Co..   Ltd  	
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MACHINE   WORK
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MANTELS—BRICK,   TILE   AND  WOOD
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u'Neil,   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd  Sey    47!I5
Ititchie  Contr.   A   Sup.   Co,   Lid Sey.   HI 112
MAPS
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MARBLE   AND   ONYX
Kvans.   Coleman   A   Kvans,   Ltd Hey.   21IKH
U'Neil,   Win,   N,   Co.,   Ltd Sey,   47113
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TAR   AND
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TILE—DRAINING
Coleman  A   Kvnns,   Ltd	
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t'oidr.   A   Sup    Co .   Ltd	
TILE—FLOOR   AND
Coleiniin   A   '-'iiui*.   Ltd	
Win.   N,   Co..   Ltd	
TIN   PLATES
Ilall'oiir.   (iuthrle   A   Co	
Kvans.   Coleman   A   Kuwis,   Ltd	
Winch.   It.   V.   * Co..  Ltd 	
TOOL   STEKL
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VACUUM   CLEANING
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WALL   BOARDS
Kvans,   c..leii.an   A   Kvans.   Ltd .       Sey,   20KB
WATERPROOF   COMPOUND
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WINDOW   SCREENS
Artistic  Wire A   Iron   Works    .. ... l-'alr. 2«1H
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O'Neil,    Will     N..    A    «'o.,    Ltd  Sev. 17'''.
l'cnr<on   Wire  A   Iron   Wks. Ciih.   27:M
WIRE   WOKKERS
Artistic  Wire A   Iron  Works. Fair.   2HIM
I'enr-ori   Whe   A   Iron   Wks  l-'alr.   27111
WIRE  ROPE
'Tliilfoiir,   (luthlle  A   Co  Sey.   0107 0575
Kvans,   Coleman   A   Kvans.   Ltd Sey.   '.IHKK
Walsh   A   Co,   T.    A  Sey.   473H
Winch     It     V..   A   Co,    Mil     Scy.   270   I'III
Kltchie   Contr.   A   Sup,   Co.,   Ltd . Scy.   0102
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