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 '/■■■  Kf. - «^7WfB»Trw»K  r#  13  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A. NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO GENERAL NEWS, EtTII.DI23"G.   CONTRACTING-,  ENGINEERING-, PROVINCIAL,   CIIT AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS.  VOL. XVI. No. 27  Published  Monday  Wednesday and Prlday,  VANCOUVER, B. C, WBDNEDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1919   .(/  Office and Plant  583 Homer-Richards Lane  PRICE—Per Year in Advance    -    S10.0O  Per Month    -    -    -    -    -      1.00  Building Material  <?  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550  Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  ACCOUNT if he has a bank  ACCOUNT. No account is too  small to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  ■ Th«  Home Bank of Canada  Vancdnver Branch,  446   H»etlng-s   St.   W.  J.   T.  MacDONALD,   Manager  DOMINION  Pressed F^ R | (^ K Common  Gabriola Shale Products. Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  - '.UILDING   PEBMITS   AMOUNTING   TO  8500  OB  OVEB ISSUED  AT  IBB  VANCOUVER  CITY KAI.Ii YESTEBDAY  !                         t  *  Number                Description  Coat  Street  Addreas  IiOt  aud  Block   Subdivision  Architect  Contractor  Addreea  Owner                  ,  Addresa  9SC5—Alterations   to  theatre   ?r»oo  231 fi   Cambie   St    S  ''                .   . '      —   ——  -   ..    ,     •••   -• - -    •— - —--  ■:■  ■  ,  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  7  Ft.ofColumbia AV  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  SEYMOUR   S54  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER -  WINNIPEG  HARDWOODS  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock is the Mo»t Complete on the Pacific Coatt  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richard. Stv Vancouver, B. C.  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  THE HQLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS  H        SUPPLIES  Sole Agents In Canada Tor  Chlcailfo^rf^ti^natlc T<*of Co.-  Boyer  Riveting  & Chipping   Hammers;    Little   Giant   Drills;  Electric Tools;   Rock Drills;   Air....Compressors;  Fuel Oil and. Gas Engines.  Mutrttl. Tirnti  WaiiMf  t       BUILDING PERMITS       |  9SC3—W.   R.   Lord,  1076   10th   Ave..  9862—Samuel Shaw, 2S75 Triumph  St.;   one story dwelling;   $235.  iiSG3—YV. R. Lord. 1070* 10th Ave!  W.;  garage;  $250.  9S64—Getrudo Boyd, 1123 25th Ave.  E.>; garage;  $100.  9S6C—W. S.. Donaldson, 609 Hamilton St.;  garage;  $150.  9867—A. Thompson, 1531 Ha'ro St;  Garage;  $150.'..:; !.. -      - .,...,...d,..-■  t' .  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  [DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'   . *  Machinery and Supplies  Duntley TENDERS ARE  WANTED  FROM  MISSION  CONTRACTORS  Architects  Gardiner' &   Mercer,  S27-  542 Pender St W., Vaocouw I. C,   IJBirks Building, are asking for tenders  PhOM Sey. 1065 II from Mission contractors for the erec-  II Hon of a two-story frame building at  ——-^^_____ J] j Mission   City   for   the   G.   A.   Abbott  | estate. -  [     The   name   of   the   successful   contractor   will   be   published    in    these  ! columns   as  soon   as   the  contract .is  awarded.  is for the buildings only, as the cost  of preparing the site itself will run  into a good sum and the plant and  machinery to be housed in these  buildings will also represent a heavy  outlay. Overhead cranes are also to  be erected in all the shops as part of  the plant, to .facilitate the handling  of machinery and heavy articles.  Architects Gardiner & Mercer, 827  Birks building, have been commissioned to prepare the ' plans and supervise the construction. They have  just completed the sketch plans  which have peen^ approved,, and are  now working on the detail drawings.  All the workshop and manufacturing  buildings are being planned on the  most modern lines for handling special marine work for which the firm  intend to make a strong bid in their  new quarters.  Due notice will be given by Messrs.  Gardiner &  Mercer in the columns of  ihe  Record,   when  the   drawings   and  spe< ifications are ready for bids to be J  invited. 1  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  66  TI-IOR  99  Roller Bearing Drills ••- Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers--Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel—Drills—Reamers. Etc.  Complete Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Phope Sey. 4-10O  ...   »^n-  ■ u-  Phone Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  London. Eng-.  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.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  508 HtiBtlagrs W., Vancouver, B. C.  Ctment Teatlng- laboratory. Boom 1601; Physical Teatlng- Laboratory, Room Bl  Resident Inspect*:» at Large Manufacturing Center*  Cat  Oil ley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  .  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Ail KinJs of Building Material  LOCAL  FIRM  TO  BUILD  COSTLY   ENGINEERING  PLANT ON COAL HARBOR  I     One of tlie first of a number of local  ; firms  who  are -plaining  to  cope  with  j after-the-war  rush  of business  is  the  j Mainland       Engineering       Company,  j which has made preparations to move  from its preseut quarters at 422 Railway street  to a  new location  at the  | westen end of Georgia street, fronting  | on   Coal    Harbor.      Before   the   plant  i proper  can   be  erected   there  will  be  considerable  improvements   necessary  to  the site  in  the  way  of piling' and  filling in.    Work on this is to be commenced at once so as to get the necessary  foundations  prepared  for  trie  buildings that will comprise the plant  proper.     When   the   dredging,   piling  and   filling  in   is  completed,   it   is   intended   to   erect   the   1'olowlng   buildings:     Two-story  pattern  shop, ;10  by  CO;  boiler and blacksmith shop, '<■[ by  125;    foundry,   Uu    by    hiO';    muctune  shop, GO by 100.    A marine ways will  also be constructed  50  feet  wide and  COUNCIL   VOTES  $35,430  FOR   ROAD   IMPROVEMENT  Despite the objection raised by Aid.  Kirk, finance chairman, that the coun-  J cil was acting without precedent in the  'matter, the city council at its meeting  on Monday voted the sum of $235,430  for urgently needed road and lane improvements in various portions of the  city.    This    appropriation,    as     Aid.  Kirk   pointed   out,   was   voted   before  the  estimates   were   passed,  and   was  over $ 10,000 in  excess of the original  emergency   appropriation   of    $25,000  which had been placed at the disposal  of the city engineer pending the compilation of the estimates.  Engineer Fellowes, acting on instructions from the board of works,  submitted a list of 23' items of road  and lane repairs, aggregating just a  trifle over the $25,000, which was  passed without question. It was over  the two supplementary items of urgently needed work which he submitted that all the talk was spilled  and precedents quoted. One of these  supplementary items which the engi-  strongly   recommended   was   the  Structural Steel For Fve/y Purpose  — :—V*^      — —  BEAMS, CHANNELS, AIT<}X.ES, PXkATES, TEES, COXTTMNS  COMPLETELY EQUIPPED  rABRICATING  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Fairmont 3396 and 2397  Vancouver, B. O.  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 oa short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON  WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT —  LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH  COAL — COKE  SEA COAL —PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street West  New Westminster,  B.C.  250  feet  long,  which   will  be  capable jneer  'of accommodating vessels up to about i rocking of Slocan street from 2SUh j  2000 tons. Besides the marine ways iavenue to the Isolation Hospital, at |  there will be a jetty 14 feet wide |a cost oC S7..2"'^ and the other was the j  running out to the western end of the • rocking of Cyprus street, from 12th to j  deep dredged channel in the centre of j1Gth avenues, at a cost of $3,000. The I  Coal  Harbor.    A  modern  ofllce  build- 'additional    appropriation    of    $10,430 j  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING CO., LTD.  MHIIwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Northern   Bly.   Depot 1917  Calg-ary  Armory    19ia  BoBBland   High   Soliool 1918  Tronaallle   Sanltorlum   1918  Phone Westminster 473  ! Our Ktoam heated plant enables us  to mu.uu 1'u.ctui-e Veneer Work ut any  ueusioii of  the year.  We are now maruifacturliiK Interior  fittings for tlie new U. O. Telephone  Building's head olllee In Qua.-tor Cut  Oak.  1259—6th St,, East Burnaby  ing, two stories in height, facing on  Georgia street, is also to be built for  the offices and administration quarters  for the concern.  The total cost of the buildings,  which witli the exception of the ollice  building facing on Georgia street, are  to be of heavy mill construction, will  be between $(>;">,000 and $70,000.    This  was finally passed on a close vote of  lour  to  three.  IS CHEAPER TO REGRADE  THAN BUY THE PROPERTY  Acting on  the  suggestion of  Mayor  Gale, as well as the recommendations  of City Engineer Fellowes and Claims  (("Hiritliiueri   on   paire   <t  We have just received a large shipment  COMMON  BRICK  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street  Seymour 4660  Company  J. SMITH. Manager  1:VJ AlrxiiniU-r St.    Vancouver, B.C.  Twonty Yeara' Experience in all Branches  of Electrical Work. Inspection—Expert  Advice — Trouble "Work—■Installing' — Re-  Winding-—All   Work  G-narantoed.  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53  J BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  /"  British Columbia Record  (Established 1911)  Published   every   Monday,   Wednesday   and  ,, Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A newspaper of general circulation, featuring Building, Contracting-, ljngineerinjgr, industrial. Shipbuilding, Mining, Automobile, Provincial,   City  and   Harbor   Improvements.  C. H. NBLSON....MANAG1NG EDITOR  Office and  Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription Hates  One month ....$1.00  Six   months   ...: : : Jo.OO  Alt subscriptions are payable strictly in advance  wallpapers:  Paints and Varnishes  G. Fbster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075  Specialists In  Interior  Finishes  905 Granville St.  OFFICIAL ORGAN, j  The   British   Columbia   Record   Is Aha \  official organ of The Architectural Instl-  commission, but there very persistent rumor current that Mayor  Gale will be offered the chairmanship  of the board. In that case he would,  of course, have to resign the mayoralty.  ' For  practically  all   public   utilities  BUSINESS ITEMS  li  official orsran of  rue Arcimecturai ansu-1 ■ .  tute-of British Columbia, federated with I the  costs  of operation  are  on  such  a  ^d^^d^^^riT^^^Uale »°w  that  higher income is ne-  S^rt'S^ *itH few exceptions, the  through which to make their oMicial an-        ...   ■ atiifude   i<?   vprv   stronelv   on-  iiouncements   to the  general  public. puDlic   is   >eiy   biruztgiy   ui>  By  such  selection  the  British   Columbia  Record   is  no , wise   pledged   to   edi  posed to providing the higher income  by  individual  contributions.    \t must  torial   support   of  any   policy   advanced  by these societies, but maintains an absolutely  independent position on all mat-i h    admitted,  however, "that  the  Van-  ters subject to editorial opinion.        . | •  tolerant  ABOUT   PUBLIC   UTILITIES  While there is little improvement in  couver .public has been very  in regard to the six-cent fare here,  evidently regarding it as a necessary-  the outlook for successful operation of j evil. However, the city council has  public utilities in the east, where the -given formal notice to the B. C. Elec-  majority of them appear to be having :tric Railway Company that it intends  hard sledding, the management of , to abrogate the agreement and cancel  some of the largest and most import- jtDe six-cent fare bylaw at the expiry  ant public British Columbia ;of   the' nine   mouths'   term   originally  profess to welcome the introduction of j provided in the by-law, which expires  the   Public   Utilities   Bill   which    will \on April S, at midnight.  shortly be before the provincial legis-'  lature, and the advent of the commis- j  sion   that   is   to  be   created   by   that  measure.  The Iron Age says—With operations  not.quite as good as a week ago, it  is   to   be   expected   that   reports    are  numerous of plant shutdowns.    A surplus of labor has already become apparent  at steel works, with offers to  work   at   lower     than   existing  wage'-  schedules.     Concentration   on   export  probabilities still serves to accentuate,  the unfavorable differences in   ocean!  freiglit charges as between this country  and   England.      American   billets  have been quoted at $50 per ton f. a. s.,  while   the   British   established   export agreements  price   is   £13   10s.     Thus   the   vessel  freight rate    difference    needs  to .be  within  $.14    per  ton  for    the  United  In connection with the Public Utilities Commission it has been authoritatively announced by Attorney-  General Farris that it will be a three-  man commission. There have been  many rumors in circulation as to who  will   comprise   the   personnel   of   the  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Kowe St.  Sey. 3768--Bay.028R  J  As evidence that the past year has  .been a very cHKscult one in the history  | of   electric   railroads   as   well   as   all  public ntiUties,  the Electric  Railway  Journal  gives dais   to show  that  the  mileage   of   eJeeme   railways   thrown  into    receivership   £ siring-   191S    was  three and a hsl* times the average for  the   last  ten '-rears.    There  were   29  large  companies  involved,   which   is  also a new record.    The outstanding  stock of these companies amounted to  ?92,130,000,    while    the    funded    debt  aggregated $163,257,000, both of which  are also high records.  States to participate. American steel  Bars' have been offered at about  $72.50 alongside ship, or about $20 per  ton lower than the British product ...  RECOMMENDS   OPEN  SHOP TO CONTRACTORS  Rejects  Resolution  Presented  by Carpenters and Joiners  SEATTLE.—At   a   meeting   of  the  joint   conference   committee   of   the  Seattle   Master   Builders   Association,  Friday, it was unanimously voted that  a resolution be submitted to the entire  membership  Tuesday  night  to  establish   the   "open   shop"   policy   on   all  building construction improvements in  this city, which if adopted will" mean  that    the     principal    contractors     of  Seattle will reserve the right to employ  either union  or  non-union   help.  This   is   the   first  large   body   of  employers to suggest this action.  Heretofore the Seattle Master  Builders' Association has signed  with the Seattle Structural Building Trades Alliance guaranteeing to labor that none but union  labor   help   should   be   employed   and  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. ■ CHRYSTAL t COMPANY  Carpenters and Contractors  Store and  Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St  Seymour 8551  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BCELECTRICr  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  COMPANY/LTD.  "BIO" Arc Light Carbons  and  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  601  Pender St. W.,  Vancouver  Let us quote you on your  requirements  100% Service.  Make a note of this:  the alliance also agreed to bring all  disputes before an arbitration board  and prohibited them from joining in a  sympathetic strike.  The Master Builders' Association is  the largest employer of building trades j  labor in the Northwest and'for several  years has been operating under  "closed shop" rules. This is the first '  time since any agreements have been  made that there has developed any  serious trouble between the two.  If  It is a great benefit to a publication  if its advertisers are reminded that  their advertisements have been noticed  When calling upon or writing to any  of the advertisers of this publication  please mention the Record.  Phone Seymour 1878.  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  CabinetB, etc.  Switches  designed  and  built  for'any  special work.  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kytld  PLUMBING and HEATING  Ml  r"  Ready Plumbing  with working blue prints for country  installations  906 Davit St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  J  Baynes <& Horie  General    Contractors  B36 Howe St  Sey nour 1389  Edward Co*  General Contractor  Cabinet Making FUturaa  St/aoir 1163 • 735 Niacin St  Dayies  Construction Co.  General  Credit Feaciar Hdf.  Contractor*  Vsacwmr, B.C  Bamberton Cement  I  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  I  R. V. WINCH & CO*,  Vancouver and Victoria  NEWWGRK..CGNTRAGTS1ET  THE    rOUOWIHO   TABLE   SHOWS   BTTILDIKQS    COSTHTQ    $5,000    OB    OVER,    OUT     WHICH     CONSTRUCTION  UNDER WAY, OB ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  IS  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for salb—  ADVERTISE IT!.  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  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  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  SOS Richards St  Scftnosr 1412  Harrison & LamOnd  Industrial Engineers  Seymour 3535 601 Pacific Bldg.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bldg. Sejmour 650S  <3. Kilgrcn  General Contractor  962 14th Ave.     < Fairmont 946L  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main St Seymour 4878  Robertson & Partners, Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  896 Metropolitan Bldg.  Character -.. • .Cost  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    ;    7500  Bungalow    "595  Residence       -. $5,000  1'owdered   Fuel   Plant '. $39,000  Dwelling    '.      5,000  Residence           8,000  Remodel   Boarding   House $5,000  Two  Story  Brick $20,000  Residence    $10,000  Residence    *9000  Dwelling   $6,500  Temporary Hosp  $40,000  Liquid   Air   Plant ....$25-,000  Residence  -..— ^   ••   $7,000  Electric   Smelting  Plant $S,700  VANCOUVER  Xioca'tloa          -.   Owner,  Pender Street Rotary Club  Beach Ave Clias. P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St...First Church of Christ Set.  Faii-vicw and Point Grey. .University of  B. C.  Angus   Ave Macaulay  &  Nicolls  Seymour  St B.  C.  Tel.   Co..  Magee Allan   &   Richards'  2875   Alder  Street c A.   R.  McFarland1  1906 Trafalgar TV. A. Cantelon  1435 15th Ave. W. H. D. Christie  S.E.   Cor.  Powell   St B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  1946  11th  Ave.  VV John  T.   MacDonald  shaughnessy  Heights P. \V.  Racey  1447  Barclay St Confed Life Ass'n  92-98 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 Yukon Sts..JYAir Liquid Society  Shaughnessy    Frederick   Perkins  C. P.'R.  Reserve....Tudhope Elec.  Metals  Arcbt. '.  Contr.  "J. A.   Benzie ...Baynes  &   Horie  H.   H.   Gillingham    Owners  Matheson & DcGuerre Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson     S.   NT.   McLeod  A.  E.  Henderson.  ..S. J.  Ncwitt  Owners Adkison  & Dill  Fred   L.  Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fred.   L-   Townley.... John   B.   Sterling  Fred L. Townley Day Labor  H. D. Christie  W. J. Read  Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane« Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  -    -    - "   " "         -      -        N.w.   Steel   Co.       Owner   S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  E.  E.  Bla'ckmore   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.  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  CORNICE,  SKYLIGHT,  SMOKESTACKS.     AUTO   WOKE.  Anything in Sheet Metal and Roofing.  S. T. Scarlett, Mgr.  757   Beatty   St. Sey.   7r, 15  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SASH   and   DOOSS—OFFICE  FIXTURES  Bandsawlng- and  Turning1,  etc.  17:S0   Semi in   Drive Highland   37-1  Fuller   Engineering  Co. .Can.  las.   A.   Bonzie   "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  •; -    u.:- NOTICE,,, ■ ,,  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in  British Columbia.    The paper Is  of  excellent,  uniform   quality  and   of  Qreat  tensile .strength.   ,  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.  Character     Co»t  42-Mile   Extension     300,000  Government    Shed       Bridge  (2 span)      Lining   Tunnel     250,000  Reconstruction       160,000  Nitrogen  Plant       125,000  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Railroad     1.000.000  Infirmary   and   Service   Bldg $151,236  Bridge       Bridge        Pulp  &  Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Cold  Storage & Cannery $150,000  Twelve   Cottages    $19,000  Remodelling   Edison   Theatre $15,000  Remodelling Dom.  Bldg $0,000  GRAND VIEW  SHEET  METAL WORKS  FURNACES,    CGRNICJBS,    SKST-  WGHTS  and  GENERAL  JOBBING  V.  1635   Vennbles  St.  Highland   S42  PILING «° POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Location  _  Owner  Clinton      P.G.K.    Railway  Victoria     *     Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Knilway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North   Vancouver    Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzen. .Amcr.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain ..IB.   C.   Copper  Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess   Mining  Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt. . . . B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Trancjuillc B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist. ..Prov. Govenn't  Knglislmian's River, Alberni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Stcvcston Dom.    Government  Clayoo.uot. . . . Clayoqtiot Cold Sl<*\ Sr Can. Co.  Sfjuamish P.   O.  E.   Kwy.  New   Westminster Frank   Kerr  New  Westminster Can.  Bank  of Com.  Arch  Contr.  . Northern    Const.    Co.    R.   Moncriclf   Armstrong,   Morrison   \-   Co..   Ltd   Carter,  Halls  &  Aldinger   Hodgson  ,v   King  Owners        Owners  Owners              Owner   W.   P.   Ticrney  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.   Pub.  Wks  Dept... Robertson &  Partners  Prov.    Pub.   Wks.   Dept Wm.   Grccnlecs       Owners  Public   Works  Dept Hodgson   &   King     Owners      Thos.   Carson  Gardiner & Mercer Sloan & Harrison  Gardiner & Mercer Robertson   Bros.  RUSH & READ  PLAIN       AND      ORN AMENTAI.  FI.ASTER.ING    &    CEMENT    WORK  All Work Guaranteed.  Hay!   1C02-R 2™  StePhe™  St-  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8tb Ave. W. riy»taw 227E  \W  Office 813-815^3ower:Bldg.  rks  i��jr**'  Vancouver, B. C.  The Paint  That covers the Quebec Bridge  The Eighth Wonder of the world  The veteran painter,  tried and proved, the man who docs  paint well.  "HE KNOWS"  •The chemist, who can analyze—he smiles and says:  "ALL RIGHT"  Because  It goes farthest.  Covers more space at less cost.  Encourages   the   inexperienced  to paint and brighten'up.  I R. C. JAMIESON & CO., LTD.  1 107;") Hamilton Street. fiovmour 2268  twumauSisiwimrcmBwmiK^      am iaui^wimmiBa^invjamysam.-ir^y- BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  MOUSE   PAINTS  2~> Coior.s,' $n.:;5 Gallon  Oil and Creosote Shingle Stain*  $1.20  Gallaii  Marine   Paints  ANTI-DAMP—Everyone   Uses   It  W. S. HAEVEY Mra. CO.  1063 Granville St. Sey. 3497  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all kinds of Wire Work.  112-iC   Dufierin   St.  Fair.   2(MS  Foreign Trade A   Opportunities.  $379,405,180  similar pei'iod  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  TRADE  FIGURES  FOF*  NINE   MONTHS   TO   JANUARY  Trade figures for the nine months  of the.fiscal year, or up to December  31., show that the total of Canadian  imports and exports is  loss than it was after a  in .1917, For the nine months at the  end of last year the total of. Canadian trade was $1,076,000,S25, while  in 1917 it amounted to §2,055,412,011.-  For the month of December alone  the decrease amounted to'$28,551,923,  the 1917 total being $212,521,710, and  the 19IS being $183,969,787.  The figures show   that   tlie falling  oft'  in   trade  is  due largely  to a   de-  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY    SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  was   $1,257,-  it was $947,-  show   a   de-  nine  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTAELISEED   1886  3  HastiiiKs  PL AN", ^.-incouvur  Telephone Seymour 7S20  crease in the export of domestic merchandise. The decrease in domestic  , merchandise exported for the nine  \ month, when compared with a  I similar period the previous year,  j totals over ?3!0,000,000, At the end  J of December, 1.917, the total exports  j of this■ class .of goods  i 084,900, while last year  ] 275,350. Import figures  ''cline of $55,570,947, during the  [months, as compared with 1917..  A great decrease in the export of  domestic agricultural products during last year is largely accountable  for the lower trade figures. During  tlie nine-month period which closed  on December 31 of the past year, this  class of goods has been exported to  the value of $228,149,278. The previous year, for the same period, the  total was $475,338,003. , Exports of  domestic manufactured articles show  a "decrease of $84,008,824-, the figures  for 1917 being $522,963,430, and for  1918, $438,954,000.  FOREIGN TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information -reKarainjj  these inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon .application .to "Tlie  Commercial Intelligence ranch of: the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  niikiny for additional information. . Re-  nt-st for. each opportunity should be on  h. K'.'parate sheet and state opportunity  number. The Bureau does not furnish  credit ratings, or assume responsibility  as to the standing of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all  cases.  ( —  BUSINESS MEN  ■will, find the  ORPMEUIVI CAPE  an ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  capacity  250/  Opposite  Orpkeum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  l  t  »»»^«—♦*»»■«»— »■'«"»« -*  AT YOUR  SERVICE.  FLOOR LAYERS  and  v  Manufacturers  ft. C. Kardwccd Floor Co.  Limited    .-  2635 Granville St,  ?  • • . •  ; If yon. -want to reach the man whoj  ibays  Building- Materials,  Machinery, •  • Hr.rdware,   Electrical   and   Plumbing;  • supplies,    Motor    Truck*,    Zroa    and •  • Steel, etc., it will pay you to he repxe-J  • seated     in     the     British     Columbia*  • Record. ' . sf  ? The British Columbia Record iaj  'the only building- and construction:  I newspaper in Brltieh Colombia oon-J  t suited every other day by Contrac- s  jtors, Engineers, Architects, BuildinRi  ; Material Denlers. Shlpbnilders, Lunx-1  • ber Mills,  and Mining Companies.       \  MAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY  R. J. ERRIMGTOW  Electrical Contractor  Fairmont  910  14-4  Broadway AV.  LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  The following inquiries are the latest  recr-ived. For rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glance items of interest by noting the class of Roods mentioned   at   the   end   of   each   inquiry.  IMJ-'OKTANT—• Quote the mimljer of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  134. Plumbers' and Engineers' Fittings—A Liverpool linn is interested in  importing the above as soon as conditions-   permit.  135. Straw-boards and Leatherboards.  —A' Newcastle firm is interested in importing the above in carload lots as soon  as  conditions  permit.  136. Wood Sciuarea.—A Sunderland  lirni would like to receive offers of wood  squares in basswoods, pine, spruce or  maple, with a view to business as soon  as conditions permit. Specifications maybe obtained when received from the Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa.  137. Strawboards and Pnlpfcoards.—  A Hull firm is prepared to place orders in  ten to fifteen-ton lots for strawboards,  and in five to ten-ton lots for pulpboards,  as  soon  as conditions  permit.  141. BTardwood Flooring's, Strips and  Blocks.—A Mull firm would like to hear  from shippers of the above'with a view-  to business as soon as conditions permit. .."■-,■..  142. Strawboard.—A Bradford firm  wishes to receive offers ar.d samples or"  the above, with a view to business as  soon   as   conditions   permit.  144. Wire Rods.—A Warrington .firm,  wsintf f.00 tons of the above monthly,  nsk to be placed in touch with exporters,  with a view to business as soon us coiir  ditions permit.  145. Wira Rods.—A Warrinston firm,  which uses fi.OOO of the above annually,  would be pleased to* receive Canadian  offers, with a view to business as soon  as .conditions  permit. T  147. -Wire Nails, Locks, Hinges and  General Ironmongery.—A .Liverpool firm  would like to be placed in touch with  exporters of the above, with a view to  business as soon as conditions permit.  148. "Wire Nails.—A Liverpool firm  would-like to be placed in touch with  exporters of the above, .with a view to  business as soon as conditions permit.  ISO. Three-Fly Wood. — A Glasgow  firm is in the market for several carloads of beech or ash 3-ply wood.. S-, -'-,  and S-inch thick, with a view to business  u*j soon as conditions permit.  - 151. Fir, Spruce, White and Yellow  Pine. Planed Boards.—A Glaugow firm is  In the market for the above: 1-lneh to  l:.%'-ihch thick, in quantities up to £2.000  vjilue, with, a  as  conditions  J158.    Timber,  to   hear   from     Canadian     exporters    of  rrianle Iocs, rock elm loirs, Douglas fir in  Planks,  soil  elm   board*    with a view  to j ">',&  business as =oon as conditions permit..'    ; men, --■!» d;   w_mui.  Roll Top Desks and Offlie Chairs. I thftt   can   satisfy  to touch with exporters of the above,  knocked down, with a view to business  as  soon as conditions  permit.  161. Celluloid.—A Glasgow importer  asks whether the above can be supplied  from Canada. Large quantities have  been   imported   from   the   United   States.  166. Rubber Pootwear.—A Glasgow  firm asks to be introduced to manufacturers of tile above, with a view to business as soon as conditions permit.  169. Calcutta Commercial Agency.—  A Canadian business man who was employed tor live years in a large wholesale importing house In Calcutta, India,  proposes to leave Canada for India early  in .March and will start business there  as a manufacturers' agent. He is acquainted with Calcutta, Bombay, Han-  goon, ■ 'Colombo, Madras, Karuehi, and  Lueknow, has a colloquial knowledge of  Hindustani and is able to conduct business without the need of an interpreter.  Would like to gel into communication  with Canadian manufacturers who require representation in  Jndin.  170. Lumber. — A      French      lumber  merchant,   who   has   fought  through   the  war   for   four   years,  business   again   and  representative in .France of an important Canadian lumber,firm. He was in  the timber trade for seventeen years  prior to' the war.  171. Agency.—A Belgian merchant  wishes to get into communication with  Canadian exporters of brushes, handles,  wood en ware, sponges, mats, chamois-  leather dusters, ropes, house-cloths,  soap, blacking, 'etc.  172. Ag-ency.—A Belgian merchant  wishes to get into communication with  Canadian produce manufacturers and  exporters of all  kinds of products.  173. Representation      in      Klng-ston,  Jamaica.—A    commission    merchant    in  Kingston,   Jamaica,   would  like  to  make  arrangements   with   anadian   houses   for  representation   in   the   following    lines:  Groceries,     canned      goods,      preserved  meats,   pickled   fish, '■ codfish,    herrings,  ox   tongues,   oleomargarine,   lard,   butter,  ehee.-e,   hams,   bacon,   raisins,   currants,  fondiments.     etc.,     etc.:     oil     products,!  t narn.-l  and   tin   ware,  paints,  varnishes,)  crude     oils,     greases     and     lubricants. !  leather ar.d  shoemakers'  supplies,  coach  builders'     supplies,     harness     oils    and  dressings,   beekeepers'   supplies,   agricultural supplies, agricultural tools and 1m- ]  plements. |  174. Box Boards.—A very import- j  ant eompanv. having a number of plants j  in the United Kingdom, wishes to secure '  box hoards for the manufacture of cases  in varying sizes. The parts are cut to  accurate dimensions and are smooth  sawn and are formed of two pieces,  tongued, grooved and glued and smoothed on one side, so as to take a good  impression when put through a two-  colored printing machine. Parts must  be-s=ecurelv done up with wire, in bundles  of ttwentv'-five parts, sizes as follows:  n;\-4 bv 13 1-2 liv 5-16 inch: 23 1-4 hy  12 bv a-}6 inch: 21 7-8 by 13 1-2 by 5-1G  inch"'21 7-8 bv 32 bv 5-16 inch; 10 t>-S by  Business Directory arsd  Buyers'Guide  When Buying Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  ARCHITECTS  Dominion  fJiuo I'rint Co   SUPPLIES   Sey.  :  197-1670  ARCHITECTURAL  TERRA  Evans.   Coleman  &   Evans,  'Ltd   O'Neil.' Wm.   N.  Co., Lid....:   Kltc-hle CoiiUr.   &  Slip.   Co., Ltd   ASPHALT  PELT  Evans,  ('oloniim At   Evans.  Ltd   The  Barrett  Co.,   Limited   COTTA  ' Key.   293S   Soy-  4735   Soy. 9167   Sey.  298S   Hay.   03  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  CeperU-y,  Kounsefell  &  Co Sey..  BANKS  Home Bank of Canada   78 20  BANK,   OFFICE   &   STORE  James Brookes WoodwkK. Co., Ltd,.    .Sey." 5270  FITTINGS   West. 473  Dominion  Bluo  BLUE  Print Co.  PRINTS   Sey.  KINDS  2497-1670  BRICK—ALL  Evans.  Colenmn Ai  Evans, Ltd   GHley  Tiros..  Ltd   O'Neil.. Wm.'  X.  Co..  Ltd   Kitchie Contr.   &  Sup.   Co..  Ltd   Kitchie, .J.   T.   A   Winch,  K.   V.  & Co., Ltd   BUILDING-   FELTS   AND  Evans;  Coleman  &  Evans.  Ltd ,  O'Neil.  Wiu.  N.  Co.,  Ltd...   The  Barrett  Co.,   Limited : ->   BONDS—SURETY  Ceperley,   Kounsefell   cfc   Co ,   Winch. K.   V.  & Co.. Ltd Sey   Sey.  2383   West.   15-16   Sey.   4795   Sey. 9167   r Sey. X057  ...Sey.   270-104 I  PAPERS   Sey.   79 8 S   Sey.   4795  ...-, Bay.   03  .Sey.  7s 70  ,  279-1944  METAL   STAMPING  Oiblis Tool & Stamping Works Fair.   2176  MILLWORK  James Brookes/Woodwkc,.  Co.,  Ltd i—Wcst.   473  MIMEOGRAPHING  Central  Public  Stenographers... : , ...Sey.   5073  WINING  Walsh  &  Co.,   T.   A.... Key.   173?  MINING   ENGINEERS  Walsh   &  O,..   T.   A '. Sey,  473S.  MOTORS  Ltd ;   500»  CARPENTERS  Dixon  &. Murray   CEMENT  Balfour.  Gutlirle  & Co !l.  is   about    to    Start j Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans.  Ltd._   wishes   to   become I oilley iiroa.. Ltd   O'Neil,  Wm.  N.  Co.. Ltd   Kitcliie Contr.  & Sup.  Co..  Llil   Winch, K.   V.  & Co., Ltd   CEMENT  Hunt, itouert  TESTING  W.   &  Co.....   AND  ...Key.   S765-.S7IjU  ,...SeJ\  91fi7-8:>73   ...Key.   29S8  .......West.   1D-U;   .:...Sey.  4795   Sey.  9HJ2   Sey.  279-1914  ASSAYING   ..Sey.   2199  CONTRACTORS—GENERAL  Armstroiih', Morrison & Co., Led Sey. 1S36  Walsh   &   Co.,   T.   A :.. .'. Sey. 473S  CONTRACTORS—TILE—TERRAZZO  Evans,  Coleman &  Evans. Ltd Sey.  29SS  O'Neil. Wm.  N.  Co., Ltd .._.......Sey.  4795  CRANES  The Holden  AND    HOISTS  Co.,   Ltd ;  (ELECTRIC)  .';. Sey.   1U05  DIES AND  TOOLS  Glbhs Tool 4 Stauipios Works _ __'..  ..fair.  2176  «'  Dominion  Blue  DRAPTING  Prim Co....i   DRILLS—PORTABLE  Darling, Frank & Co........   The  Holden  Co.,   Ltd _    _.Se.y.  2497-4670  ELECTRIC   Sey.   4100-4101   Sey.   1005  ELECTRICAL  Reliable  Electric   Co.   .......:   ELECTRICAL  B.   C.   Electric  Co..   Ltd   Cope it  Sou...    DarliiiK, Frank & Co..-   REPINING   Sey. 4fiStt  SUPPLIES   Sey. 5000   _._ Sey.   8602   Sey.   4100-4101  IS.  C.  Electric Co..  Ltd .' Sey.  MOTOR TRUCKS  Little Giant Motor Truck Co.  Sey.  2341-15  Tucker  Motor  Co ■ , :.,.Seir.   3DG5  MULTIGRAFHZNG  Central   Public  Stenographers.. Sey.   507S  Dominion  Blue  Print Co ........Sey.   2497-4670  OFFICE  AND  STORE   FITTINGS  lohu   Aniot  A   Sons - Iliuti.     374  Divon  & Murray Sey.'  8703-3706  OFFICE    SUPPLIES    AND    PRINTING  Western  Specialty  Co Sey.   352S  PAINTING   AND   PAPER   HANGING  Diion  &  Murray .'....*....Suy.  H705-i785  PAINTS  ('..  & Co., Ltd ; Scj.  PAINTS—PIRE-PSOOF  O'.N'el'l,  Wm.  N.  Co.. Ltd ..Sey.  PAINTS—DAMP   PROOF  Evans,   Coleman  .v   ICtuiis,  Ltd •. - Sey.  O'Neil,  Wm.   N.   Co..  Ltd. Sey.  Ritchie.   ,1.   T.   A - , .....Sey. 8037  PAPER  Smith, Davidson  & Wrijjlit,  Ltit Sey.  PARTITION—FIREPROOF  Evans,  Coleman  ,t  Evans,  Lid -..; _.Sey.  Kitcliie'Contr.   &  Sup.  (.'o..  Ltd— Sey.  PARTITION    V/ISE   ,  Pearson Wire  &  Iron Wks Fair.  PATTERNS  Westminster Iron Wonts :.   PHOTOSTATS  Dominion  Blue Print Co...   PIG IRON  Balfour,  Omhrie  & Co   Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans.  Ltd.'.  Winch, K.  V.  & Co..  Ltd.   22«3  4795  29 ft*  4795  93G5  293S  91Ci  279 i  ...West.  -4070 •  AND  ? bv 5-1 r.  'view  to £usine$.s  as; soon t fp ^"dit-ion _they^  permit"" :;"    rtity~orboards-cut  r._A O'lasgow firm wishes   varying  as  regar  inch: 17 bv S  1-4 by 5-16 inch  they- purchase, a  fair . quart-  t to~cert'aih'length'si-hufx  ds   widths.   _The  width  would be from 4 inches upwards in steps  of ^"inch, and the sizes would be 21  "ifi'inch,  U  bv  159.  may get  S inch,  17  by  ;\nj- Canadian  the   demands   of  a large business.  S  16  firm  this  Darling,  Frank  ELEVATORS  &  Co   ._..Sey.  4100-4101  ELEVATOR  CARS  AND  S.  M.  Morris & Co.. Ltd   O'Neil. Wm.  N.  Co., Ltd   Hitehie Contr.   4:  -Sup.   Co.,  Ltd   ENCLOSURES   Bay.  ..-..Sey.   Sey.  1043  4793  9162  Pearson  Wire  Sc  ENCLOSURES  Iron Wks. - ~  .:  -.Sey.  29S3   West.  1015-  R  29 3 S  ..; West.  13-10   :..Sey.  3162:   Sey.  27!)  -1911  . 3ey. 9197  -6575   Sey.  2983   ...^..West.  15-16-   Sey.  4795   Sey.  9102  RD   Sey.  29 SS   - Sey.  47-95   Sey.  9102  <T   BLOCKS   _.:.....Sey.  2933  Walsh  &  Co..  engineers  t. a ;   ..Fair.  2791   Sey. 473S  ENGINEERS'  Dominion  Blue Print Co   SUPPLIES   Sey.  2497-4670  FENCES   AND   GATES  ■ EeanxEUiV'lre  &  Hon Wks...._..^,.:...,.-„._—Fair.   2794  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvi!  570  Richards   St.  Electric Company, Ltd.  •Phone   Seymour   175  FIRE   CLAY  Balfour,  Guthrie & Co _   Evans.  Coleman  A-  Evans. Ltd...  Gilley- Bros..  Ltd.. ..__ .';'.  O'Neil.  Wm.   .V.   Col,  Ltd. ...........  Kitcliie'Contr.' &  Sup.  Co.. Ltd..  Winch. Ti.  V.  &  Co..  Ltd..-.'.    Sey.  9197-6575  '.  „ Sey.   29»~.'i   ......West.   15-16   Sey.  4795   -...:.::..-. Sey.  9162   Sey.   279-1941  FIRE   ESCAPES  Morris & Co.. Ltd _.    ...Bay.   1043  FIRE   EXTINGUISHES  Barr   &  Anderson :   PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing loo Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  PHONE   SEYMOUR  3825  PRINTERS  Si  Printers, Engravin?, Bookbinding; Account Books.  I'ublishers   of  Mining:     a:\d     Engineering     Record,  Successful Poultryman  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER, B. C,  '*>  V  «s>  Canadian AEIis-Chatmers Ltd.  TECHNICAL  The  Mitn-s   I'.UK'.  PRESS  LTD.  •1"i'>   Homer  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  Finns 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 firms get such Satisfaction from  FEDERALS  FEDERAL MOTOR COMPANY  931-935    Pender    Street,  West,    Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  I  4  f  *  *  <t*  Mining Machinery  Saw Mill Machinery  Centrifugal Pumps  Steam Pumps  Hydraulic Power Plants  Head Office   -   -   -   -   Toronto, ©Bit.  VANCOUVER BRAMCiHI OFFICE  1063 Pender St.  Seymour 5710  i  4>  .!.  ^>  •I-  •I-  t  t  *  ♦  •5-  *  4-  ♦t.  *  X  i  4-  t  t  t  *  ?  I  i  SYSTEMS   Sey.   U1S0  FX.CORXNG  Fyfe Smith & Co.. Ltd Sey.  1136  FORCINGS  Westminster Iron  Works...: _ West. 53  GALVANIZING  T.  Watt Iron  & Gulv.   Works ...Fair.  971  GAS   APPLIANCES  VancotiTjr Gad  Apiilimce Co Sey.  SOI  GLASS—ALL KINDS  O'Neil,  Wm.  X.  Co.. _ Sey.  4T95  HARDWARE  Brown.' Fraser  &  Co.,  Ltd.- - Sey.  7155  Flott,  J.  A Sey.   2S-J7-23^.S  HARDWOOD FLOORS  H     C.    ir.r,i.,-„i    . ,.,       - ., .   Lai.. r-ny.  17*7  O'Neil.  Wm.  .V.  Co..  Ltd : Sey.  4795  J.  Fyfe Smith & Co., I/at Sey.  11S.'6  HARDWOOD  LOTttBES  .T.   Fyfe Smith  Ik Co..  Ltd.... f. Sey.  llPtS  HEATING:—HOT     AIR,     STEAM    AND  VENTILATING  Bailey.  E.   A   Barr   ,t   Anderson ;   Nomina Kydd    HOISTING   ENGINES  Kitcliie Cotttr.  &  Sup.   Co.,  Ltd   INSURANCE  CYporlvT.  Rotinsefell  &  Co   Winch,  R.  V.  & Co., Ltd Sey  INTERIOR   FINISH  Krun*.   Cu'.t'nian   &   Bvatw.   Ltd   O'Neil,   Win.   N.  Co..  Ltd .....  Ititchle  t'uiitr.   A   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd   IRON   AND   STEEL—STRUCTURAL     j  Can.   -\.   W.   Steel  Co..   Ltd Fair.   ^3>i-7 j  CoiiKlilan.   J.   .t   S,,;h Sey.   7'.|4'l |  Kvans.  Cuieiiiai)  &   KvaiK.   Ltil Sey.   -Jftss !  S.   M.   Morris  &   Co..  Ltil i;.iy.   lu!;!|  O'Neil,   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd.... Sey.   47:':,,  Kllchie  Contr.   A   So;v.   Co..   Ltd Sry.  9hi-' i  T.   Watt   Iron  A  <;alr.   Work* Fair.   971!  Vi'estminster   Iron  Works West.   53] Kv.ins.  IRON   AND    STESL—ORNAMENTAL   i <»'\cll.  Artistic Wire A:   Ir"n Worw..  Fair.   2'iis!  Kvrtns.   Coleman  .v   Kvans.   Ltd Sey.   ll'-HS  S.   M.   Morris  &  Co..   Ltd Hay.   1»',:;  O'Neil.   Win.   N.   Co.,   Ltd Sey.   47-.'.">  Pearson   Wire   &   Iron   Wks Fair.   7.79 i  iUtchie  Contr    &   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd Sev.  91i!.'  T.   Watt  Iron   A;   Calv.   Works Fair.   97!  Westminster  Iron  Works ..West.  5:t   Sey.  2457  TIN   Sey. 9197-G57.5   .Sey.   298*  .........Sey.  779-1944  PILING   AND   POLES  Federal Lnmlier  Co '. , Sey.  3993-3999  PILE DRIVING  Evans.  Coleman  &.  Evans,  Ltd...  Fraser Hirer File Dr. Co......   PIPE—SEWER  Evans,  Coleman i  Evans,  Ltd   Gilley  liros.'.  LttL_ ,...: -  Ritchie Contr.  & Sup.  Co.. Ltd   WiiK-h, It.  V.  & Co.. Ltd   PLASTER  Ualfour,  Guthrie  & Co _ '.  Kvans.  Coleman  &  Evans.  Ltd _  Gilley F.ros..   Ltd .....:...   O'Neil,  Wm.  N.  Co.. Ltd   i Kitchie Contr.   &  Sui>.  Co.,  Ltd..   PLASTER   BOA  Evans,  Coleman  & Evan.s.  Ltd...   O'Neil.  Wm.  N.  Co..  Liu '   Biicliie Contr.  &''Sup.  Co.,   L;i!...._  PLASTER  PARTITION  Evans,  Coleman &  Evans,  Ltd  PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  Evans.  Coleman '.'& Evans.  Lid Sey. 29S8  O'Neil.  Wm.   N.  Co., Etd..   Sey. 4795  Kitcliie  Contr.   A:  Sup.   Co.. Ltd  — Sey. 916i  .- PLUKBIKG  Railey.  E.   A ._ ;_._.':_.;..-_  :: Sey.   m  ■Barr" &.  Auaeriila..-,   - Sey.   61SU  Noi-ma:i Kyrul ;^-..-....J. ...._.-.....-....:.........Sey.  91SS  PNEUMATIC  TOOLS  l>arUng.  Frank  & Co;-. _.,  _...Sey.  4100-4191  The  Holden Co.;'Ltd... ...-._  ....._....Sei'.   1065  ,.   PRINTERS    ."'  I'.agley, A.  G.  «t  Sons,  Ltd....... :..._..........Sey.   316  FtTSKC  STENOGRAPHER  Central  1'uhlic   Stenosraiihers..   M ...Sey.   5073  Doiiiitiioil 'Blue Friiit- Co.;..........-.....:;:--~3ey.  7197-4S70  '." ' S:     PBBPS ■:■-•.•.  Pumps & power. Ltd.._^.._ —......._....... Sey.  Siltt  ROOFING COMPOSITION  Evans,  Colemau .&  Evan.,,  Ltd.._ Sey.   29A5  The  Barrett  Co..   Limitet! ....-■ Bay.   63  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co.,  Lid __ Sey.    1795  Kitchie Contr.   & Sup.  Co.. Ltd Sey.  918J  Smith.  Davidson & Wright.   Ltd Sey.  9565  ROOFING—SHEET   METAL  (See Cornice and Rocnag-)  ROOFING   MATERIAL  The  Barrett   Co..   Limited :. „..  Evans,  Coleman .&  Evans,   Ltd -...  Kitcliie Contr.   & Sup.  Co.,  Ltd   Kitchie.   3.   T.    A -  ROPE—MANILLA  Balfour,  Guthrie & Co Sey.  iVaish  &  Co.,   T.   A   RUBBER  STAMPS  Uaxley,  A.  G.   & Sons. Ltd Sey.   316  SAFES—VAULT   DOORS  O'Neil. Wm.  N.   Co.. Ltd Sey.   4793  ......Kay.   S3  ....Sey.   79Bi  .....Sey.  915Z  ....Sey.  ;S05T  9197  ..Sey.  6575  173S  ...Se>  .   173  Sey.  6isn  .Sey.  91SS  Sey.  J187  Soy.  7S70  779  -1941  Sey.  79 SS  Sey.  1795  Sey.  9107  SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED SOCK  Evans.  Coleman  &  Evans.  Ltd _...Sey.   7383  Gilley Bros..  Ltd West.   15-16  Kitchie Contr.   ic Sup.  Co..  Ltd Sey.  9162  SASH   DOORS,   WINDOWS  lohu   Arnot  &  Sons -   O'Neil.  Wm.  N.   Co.. Ltd   SHEET   METAL  Central  Sheet  Metal Works   ,,i<iuo:view   Hieet   Metat, Works :   New   Idea   Sheet   Metal   Works ;   SHINGLE       MANUFACTURERS  DEALERS  (See  Lumber and ahing-les)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon  &  Murray Sey.  S765-376G  SLATE  Gratis.  Coleman  &  Evans.   Ltd Sey  O'Neil.  Wm.   N.   Co..  Ltd  Sey  Winch,  it.  V.  & Co., Ltd Sey.  77!  Kitcliie Contr.   &  Sup.  Co..  Ltd.  Sey  STEEL—REINFORCING  lialfoiir.   Guthrie  ,v Co Sey.  9197-(i">75  Evans.   Coleman   ,t  Evans.   Ltd Sey.   79^S  Kitchie,   J.   T.    A Sey.   S',."»7  STORE  AND   OFFICE  FIXTURES AND  STOKE   FRONTS  Dixon   &   Mutray Sey.   ST'«.".-is7iiS  ETC.  ...IltKh.    371   Sey.   4795   Sey.   620  ...lliith.    612  ..'.'„.Sey.  7015  AND  79 s a  4795  -1911  sun  Ltd..  .. *ey  ...Sev.  79H.-t  ■1795  The   ISarre  Evans.  Evans,  Gilley  Kitcliie   I'.ay.   i\'i  ..Sey.   79S*   Sey.   West.   Sey,  .'.,t,.'.,7,.t..  '•<;..  ><&':-'?v«i»'  <a>*<i>*'S,*>$»M"M>-M>  KALSOMINING  Dixon   &  Murray Sey.   K705-S766  LATH—METAL  Emns.   Coleman  &   Kvans,   Ltd Sey. 79.SS  O'Neil,   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd Sey. 4795  Kitchie  Contr.   *   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd Sey. 9167  Kitchie,   J.   T.    A Sey. X057  LIME  Balfour,  Guthrie &  Co Sey.  9197-6575  Evans.   Coleman  &   Brum.   Ltd Sey.   79SS |  Gilley   Bros.,  Ltd "'est.   15-16  O'Neil.   Wm.   X.   Co..   L;d Sey.   1795  Kitchie  Contr.   &  Sup.   Co.   Ltd Sey.  9167  Winch,   K.   V.   &  Co.,  Ltd Sey.   779-1911  LUMBER  Federal Lumber  Co Sey.   3988-.1999  MACHINERY  ItroHii,   Fraser  &  Co..   Ltd Sey.   7155  Cuwston   Machinery   Co.,   Ltd....    Sey.  W75  Tmriiiik',   Frank  ,*   Co Sey.   4100-1101  O'Neil.  Win.   N.  Co..   Ltd - Sey.   4795  i'unips \- 'l'ow,-r.   I.fd S  Evans,  O'Neil,  C.-lti  9167  79 S<  4795  Co..   Ltd.  Kitchie CoiMr.   &  S«|  The   Holden   Co..   Ltd   Walsh   Jt   Co..   T.   A >:   MACHINE   WORK  Gllilm Tool  & S;ii!iipin>:  Work*   Westiiiln>ter  Iron  Winks   MANTELS—ESICK,  TILE  AND  Eviiiis.   CnletiMii  iv   Evans.   Ltd   o'Nidl,  Wm.   N.  <',. ,   Lrd   Kitcliie  Contr.   >*<   .--...'.   '■..     I.UI   MAPS  Dominion   Blue   I'rint  Co  MABEIE   AND   OKITX  Evans,   t•,> 1 t-run11   .'.■   Evans  O'Neil,   Wm.   N.   t.'o .   L.d  .Sey.  Sey  Sey.  8110  9167  H165  47.1S  7176  !.!<!  Fair.  Wesi.  .".;;  WOOD  Sey. 29.-.S  .S-V 17:5  .Sey    9167  y.   7197 ■1670   >V   Evan  Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd.. .  TAB   AND   FITCH  t  (■•!..   Limited >   t'olen'irtti   »t   I-:\iin<.   Ltd   TILE—DRAIKING  Co'.eman   .t  Evans,   Lid   I'.ros ,   Lid   Colllr.   A:   S'lp.   Co..   Lt(t  TILE^-FLOOR   AND   WALL  Coleman  A;  Evans.  Ltd Sey.  Wm.   N.   Co., Ltd Sey.  TIN   PLATES  Ball'our.  Guthrie  A; Co Sey.  9197-6573  Evans.   Coleman   &   Evans.   Ltd..'. Sey.   79SK  Winch.  II.   V.   <t  Co..  Ltd Sey.  779-i914  TOOL   STEEL  Darliuu,   Frank  &  Co Sey.  4100-4101  Kiwhiu,   J.   T.    A v Sey.  S05T  VACUUM   CLEANING  SYSTEMS  Barr   >t   Anderson Sey.    GISC-  VARNISHES  lamieson.  K.  C.  Ic Co., Ltd. Suy.  276<i  WALL   BOARDS  Evans,  Coleman  <x   Evans,  Ltd _ Sey.   795$  WATERPROOF   COMPOUND  The   Barrett   Co..   Limited       I'.ay.   63  Evans,   Coleman   A   Emus.   Ltd Soy,   79.4j  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.,   .*   Co.,   Ltd   Kitchie.   J.    T.    A   WINDOW   SCREENS  ...Sey.  ..Sey.  I7'.I5  S057  Artistic  I'cai.-ioi  I'.all'oiir  \', a. li  Winch.  Hil.-liii-  The  2fi 14  10 It  ill  "14  Artistic Wire &   Iron Works Fair.  S.   M.   Morris  A   Co.,   Ltd Bay,  O'Neil.   Win.    N.   .S;   Co..    Lid  Sey     I7'I5  Pearson   Wire   \-   I run  Wks         ...Fan.   7791  WISE   WORKERS  Wire A-   lion  WurKs      Fair.  Wire   ,Si   Iron   Wks     .Fair.  WIRE   ROPE  ,   Guthrie  A   Co Sey.   9l9r-'t575  CiMcn.iin   ,v.   I'.ia::..   Lid. >r>-    :''t-i-t  ,V    Co.,    T.    A Sev,  I7 7.,4  K.    V.,   A-   c.i .   Ltd s.'.v   779  l.ill  Contr,   A   Sup.   Co .   Lid Sey    -III..',  WHOLESALE   KOOHNG  l'.arri'tt   Co .   I.u.iUi-iI Bay.   ii:j IT-  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  &&&&&  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY &  PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS and  DNS Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  (Continued  from pag°o  1)  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED .  F. A. Jones, Mgr.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Ownersof Tug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front St. New Westminster  Telephone 1015,  Agent Williams, the city council lias  decided to carry out to completion the  regrading of the  streets  abutting on  the deep cut on Clark Drive, between  Broadway east and  the Great Northern railway.    The cost of tlie regarding of these abutting streets ;and the  damages   to  property  involved   is  estimated   to  amount  to   $17,000.     The  alternative which the city faces is to  buy  the   property  involved,  but  that  would  Cost at least  ?50,000, even at  present- prevailing    prices;    me  council chose the cheaper alternative.  j    Mayor  Gale  also   pointed   out   that  J the carrying out of the regrading of  ! the   abutting   streets   would   only  be  j keeping   faith   with   a   promise   given  | by the city when the grading of Clark  Drive was commenced at the. 13-foot  'cut put in there some five years ago.  j The mayor also stated that theamount  of the  award in the arbitration  proceedings  now  pending  in  connection  with the Clark Drive claims .'also impended   to   a  considerable   extent  on  the city keeping its original promise  to complete the regrading of the abutting   streets.     He    thought   visi    was  cheaper to spend money in regrading  than in settling damages.        -,  EDITOR  HAS TRIALS     ,  Most any man can be an editor, says  the town knocker.  All the editor has to do Is to sit at  a desk six days a week and "edit"  such stuff as this:  Mrs. Jones of Cactus creek let a  can opener slip last week and cut herself in the pantry.  Joe Doe climbed on the roof of his  house last week looking for'a leak  and fell, striking himself on the back  porch.  While Harold Green was escorting  Miss Violet Wise from the church social last Saturday night a savage dog  attacked them and bit Mr, Green on  the public square.  '-' Mr. Frank, while harnessing a. broncho last Saturday, was kicked just  south of his corn crib.  'BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS,   STENCILS,    RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS,  KE*   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL  WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  316  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  mimmyiiW".  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanize Everything by Hot  Process  Ornamental  Iron  Work,1 Iron  Stairs, Imtc Escapes Railings.  Gates,    Fences,       Blacksmith Work  Iron   and   Steel  Bars,    Iron   Work   for  Steel and Wooden Ships, Castings,  role-Line  Hardware,   Pipe .Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  CEMETERY  REAL  ESTATE   i  BRINGS   HIGHER   PRICES  The new 5%-acre addition ■ to the  Mountain View cemetery is nojv about  ; ready for use, but before there are  I any plots sold or graves dug there,  ■ the city council intends to $ut into  \ operation an amendment to the exist-  I ing cemetery bylaw which provides  I for a considerable increase ^in the  cost1 of cemetery real estate and also  DIXON & MURRAY  ■      ■        ■ .'         ...    ,..-,! -       ' .  MANUFACTURERS Or  SHOW CASES, OrTICE     V  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING  Sey. 3765      Sey, 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Fernie  District.  Highway  Bridge  Over the  Elk  River,  Near Fairy Creek.  .Sealed ..Tenders, endorsed "Tender  for Elk River Bridge," near Fairy  Creek, will be received at the Department   of     Provincial     Public   Works,  ■ o  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  an increased scale of prices,for the 'contract may be seen at Room 7, East  digging of graves there.   The new by- i Wing, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. H. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Re». Bay. 77  law, which provides for increases  ranging form 15 to 25 per cent., was  given its first reading at the meeting  of the city council Monday afternoon  and will probably be put through the  necessary remaining stages and become law at the next meeting'bf the  council. /".;'  The rates for single graves in the  new bylaw, as well as the .pjice of  digging them, has been- increased,from  $6 to $7, while the cost of a whole  plot has been jumped from $160. to  $200. Even at that they are still  lower than any other city, in North  America of the same size as Vancouver. Prior to this increase Vancouver had the lowest cemetery  charges of any place on the continent.  SUB-TRADE   TENDERS  ARE   BEING   INVITED  B. C, and at the office of the District  Engineer, Court House, Vancouyeis,' B.  C, and the Government Agent's Office,  Fernie, B. C., and at the Office of the  District Engineer, Cranbropk, B.; C,  on and after the oth inBtant.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or \ certificate of deposit, made payable to  the Provincial Public Wbrks Engineer,  for a sum equal to ten-(10) per cent;  of the tender,; as security for tlie 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  Tenders   for sub-contracts  covering j and Blgned with the actual signature  of the tenderers. I  A. E. FORMAN, |  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Provincial Public  Works, Victoria, B. C, February 1,  1919; '*':  excavation, concrete, plaster, brick  and electrical work are wanted by  .Mr. J. J. Forster, Canadian Steamship offices, C.P.R. Station, for a proposed home to be erected on 16th  Ave.   west.  The   plans   and   specifications   have.  been     prepared     by     Architect    Ed- j  ivardos   Sproat.   306   Duncan Building, J  i but Mr. Forster will handle the work'  j direct.     The   new   home   will   be   of  Dutch  Colonial  design  and will  have  six  rooms.    The  cost will be  in  the  neighborhood of $5,000.  E. E. Elliott  S. J. Trlckey  CENTRAL SHEET  METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  COPPER, BRASS  1  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151 Vt lender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  MINING  FOR SALE  and  EXCHANGE  MACHINERY  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   WEIDEEa  Cor.  Alexander  and  Heatley   Avenuo  Phone  Highland  2909  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30- 7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  January makes the best record for  many months in ore receipts at the  Trail smelter, with a total of over  35,000 tons of ore and concentrates  unloaded at this point.  It is reported that California capitalists have taken on option on the  Silver Nugget group, near Silverton.  The property carries high silver  values.  W. T. Scott, of Vancouver, has taken  a bond on the VVaverly group of gold  claims on Toad mountain, near Nelson, from Wm. Moore, for $25,000, and  will start development in  the spring.  The Granby Company produced  2,955,450 pounds of copper in December, according to a report from tlie  New York office of the company. This  may be compared with 2,147,405  pounds in November, 2,549,000 pounds  in October, 3,37.1,525 pounds in September last, and 4,468,388 pounds in  December, 1917, the largest in more  than a year.  Agrcnts ■ I'or  Xylite   GreaBe   and   Perfection   Oil*  Skookam   logging   Block  4-72    in.   by    IS    It.   boilers    100   lbs.  2   Coal   dryers  suitable   for  tish.  All  si7.«s  ol' cable   in  stock.  T.  A.   WALSH   &   CO.  7 Alexander St. Sey. 4738  We have a. full machine shop equipment,  kuhtH.   drill   presses,    milling   machine,  taps and dies,  emery stands,  etc.  1—SxS   Air   Compressor,    10   H.P.   Motor  o   turret lathes.  C. O. WE8COTT  57-61  Alexander St. Sey. 7005  See   Us  For All Kinds of Machinery  WEIB  MACHINERY   CO.  1396  Richards  St. Sey.  IiTD.  7442-7443  Pumps and Pumpinft Plants of every  description' bought and sold or rented  out.     All   pump  supplies and   repairs.  PtJMPS  &  POWEB. IiIMlTED  216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour  8110  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, machinery of all  kinds.  NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.  925 Main St.  Sey. 600  Bought  Used  Machinery   of  .    and   !  All    Kinds  old.  B. C. EQUIPMENT  CO., LTD.  Bank of Ottawa Bldff. Soy. 904O  TELEPHONE DATA  For thR past few days the telephone records have not been available, but  a complete list of new installations will be published as soon as possible.  G. W.  CABPENTEB and BUTI.DER  also  Cabinet   Maker  Upholstering  2226 Camble Street  onic  _*, Wfty. 7075  J. H.  lies., Fair.  HeaSey  21  ;sl  OPTOMETRIST  Ol  issfiH   fitted  for  the  relief  of  all  kind  s    of    eye  strain    and    nervous  head  ,tche.  825 Blrks Bldg-.  Vancouver,  B  o.  I ARCHITECTS f  Members of The Architectural Institute  of British  Columbia.  225  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  5th   Avenue Wert Vancouver, B.C  VANCOUVER  Renzle.   .T»a.   A.,   510   UaUinua   W ....Sey.  S300  llrynn  &  (itll.nm,   509   Richards .'.  Dalton  &   Evoleigli,   015   Hastings  \V Sey,    0G'2  Cardiuor,  F.  ti.,'' & Mercer,  71S  Gramllle Soy.'3872  Henderson, A.   K..  615  Hastinus W Sey.    721  Honeyman.   *  Curtis,   S50   Hastings  W ; Soy.  1621  Keaicey.  .lames \V..   2576  2nd  Ave.  W...... Hay. 792H  Matheson,   Robert   At.,   509   Richards Sey. Soa's  Palmer.   Bernard   C.,; ft">0< Hastings'  W .....Sey.  368(1  l'ar,r   &   Mai-.Kenzie.   736  Gra-iville...'...: Sey.  7.911  Sharii  &  Thompson.   620   Tender  W Sey.   10114  Townley,   Kred   U,   325   Homer  St  Sey. S013  Twizell.   K.   1'.   S.,   S37  Hastings Sey. 7025  VICTORIA  llennel.  A.   It..  MSB  St.  Uiiiis St..  Keith.   .(.   C.   AI..   Snywsrd   Kid?   Maclure.   Sam.  Vniori   Haul;   I'.ldc...  lUUftway-Wilson.   I.ieut.-Col    1171 n r  ...;--'_■. „_:-:-";_.l-l20   _ 2848  ....Ilelmont   House  BRICK  CONTRACTOR  Chimneys, Piveplaces, Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res. '■■'..  2085 4nth Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale  .     Phone Eburne  203L2  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, Tiinkcn-  David Brown worm gear  qii all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spicer universal  joints.  Two, three and a half and  five-ton capacity, .  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260- Granville.  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - -DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Mlfehlancl 728  VANCOUVER, B.  2021 Wall St.  c.  ^\  ROOFING  in*  PAVING  MATERIALS  The  Company  LIMITED  VANCOUVER OFFFICE and FACTORY  Cor. tenth Ave. & Arbutus St.  COAL  TAR  PRODUCTS  FACT vs. FANCY  PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK;- but PERFORMANCE, rather than APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear and tear of the  daily grind. Paint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never yet PAID a single repair bill. .  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  are built not for looks but for service-  our claims.  -not merely to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in every case where superiority is tested  point by point in comparison with other trucks.  The fact that 72% of LITTLE GIANT sales last year were re-sales to satisfied  customers is the final proof.  Don't take our word for it—ask LITTLE  GIANT  owners  about the  dependability, economy and efficiency of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  INSIST UPON RECORDS OF PERFORMANCE, NOT PROMISES OF PERFECTION.  We guarantee 50% lower operating cost than any other Truck on the market.  We vaporize tlie 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.  Little Giant  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Seymour 2844-2845 Granville at Pacific  t  k  ft  f«  i'  k  h  h  f  &  w  w  fcf  iff  &  i  <»  &*  A*


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