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 N  M'  jpV  k  JL  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  V  Vol. 16, No   15, Wed., January 15, 1919  Building Material  O'  Win. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-550  Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  ,of  ACCOUNT    if    ha     has     a    bank  ACCOUNT.      No    account    ia    too  srna.ll   to  receive a.  courteous''' welcome at tbia bank.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver  Branch,  446   Hastinfira   St.   W.  J,   T.  ItlacDONALD,   Maaag-er  DOMINION  Pressed R R | C rC Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J. A. Ritchie, Representative  •UILDINa   PERMITS   AMOUNTIHG   TO   S500   OS   OVEB  ISSUED   AT   TM   VANCOUVEU   CITY  HALI   YESTEBDAY  Number  1)7!) i>—Dwelling  1I79G—UwelliiiK' -  U70T—Store   Shed  JJ702—Dwelling ...  Owner  Address  J. A. Jackson 168G llth W.  S.  L.  Danling.....   Harrison &. Umond. Pacific Bldg.  Geo   J.  Quenneville ;...  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vanpouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime,  etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE  SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  -  WINNIPEG  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St. Vancouver, B. C.  !*^*I^'v^*^^*v<I**!*^'j^i*I'^1^&***iS'*r*<J1***,5>*"'*^'  if*       BUILDING PERMITS       %  97S8-  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sol« A«entJ» In Canada For  Cflicaso Rheumatic Tool Co.  Bover   Riveting  A Chipping   Hammers;    Little   Giant   Drill.;    Dunttey  B°yer ■•R?E,eot*3Tool.; .Rock  Drills;   Air. Compnwor.;-.  Fuet Oil and  Gas  Engines.  542 PenJer SL W., VMCiim B. C,  PboM S«y. 1065  MMtrttVTwHti  WMNI  H. H. Keso, 1144 12th Ave.? E. I  Alter $40.00. '    h-  97S9—Fraser   &   Manchester,   ft.   of  Gore Ave.. Fish Shed. §250.00.  9790—James    McFadden.   .20  Ave. E., Dwelling alter $400.00.  9791—Thompson   Bros.,   439   Abbott  St., alterations $50.00.        ,   .        ..;'.'• ...-,  city electrician, chief of police, medi  cal health officer, fire chief, city solici-i  tor, fire warden and plumbing inspec- \  tor. The commission deals with all j  matters that pertain to fire prevention!  rather' than fire protection, and other |  matters that affect public safety and |  health in connection with building and j  12th '■ building construction. Any recom- i  I mendations the commission makes to j  the city council are generally adopted  and become law.- ,    ,  CONTRACT AWARDED  Architects Gardiner & Mercer" 827  Birks Bldg.,,.haye a\varded,,a, contract  (o Harrison & Lamond, Pacific Bldg.  for the remodelling of a residence on  the corner of Andrews and S'th Street,  ERAINK DARLING & GO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  "THOR"  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 1<*4 HOMER ST.  Phone Sey."4-1OO  Brown. Fraser & Co.. Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and  Machinery and Supplies  !  REPLACE  DISTRUST  BY CONFIDENCE  IN CONTRACTORS _  Contractors should see to it through]  their new  national  organization,  said i  .General    Marshall in    addressing "thej  New   Westminster   for   the   Sun   Life  „ '.",''*•     -r l .i.     k j   '  . \.  . ..  .   _■ ■    . .     _. ' 'first national convention  of the, body;  Association   of  Canada.     The   tenders i - (  submitted, were as follows:—    7 j in    Chicago last    month,    that never j     $2533.again should a contract be drawn with-j     $2453 Jin-the four corners of which could be  Phone Seymour 7155  11SO Homer Street  Vancouver. B. C.  ! -— - •   s2375 | written  | Harrison & Lamond $22SH  j     In  connection with  the above work  1 the contractors are  receiving sub-ten  i i       ..       , •    i- •    • i    .i       rot escape those present, everyone of  I ders tor shingling, panning and other i        "v-a> c H  trades.  the contractor's    bankruptcy,  says    the    Engineering    News-Record.  iThe significance of this statement did  I  MEETING OF MASTER  BUILDERS   IS   POSTPONED  Owing to sicknuess of a numoer of  the members having materially airect-  ed  the attendance, the  regular  meet-  Structural Steel For Every Purpose   <;■■      : ; ,■■;.-..-.. ;-Vfr»i.,;  ;;;;.:;; .,;      ;  BEAMS, CHA2TNi:i.S. AWOI.B8, PLATES, TEES,  COZ.UMHS  COMF£ETEX»T EQUIPPED  FABRICATING  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL       Ltd.  Fairmont 3396 and 2397  Vancouver, B. O.  whom undoubtedly had suffered from  the kind of contract to which the general referred. But even contractors j I  do not always appreciate the full extent of the evil consequences on onesided contract agreements. The agreement which assumes  on its  face that  J.ondon, Ea#.  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.  Phone Seymour 2199  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Ctmeut Testing Laboratory. Room 1601; Physical Testing- laboratory, Koom Bl  Resident Insprcto-s at Large Manufacturing' Centers  ing  of  the Master  Builders'  Association, which was to have been held last!cue 0c the contracting parties does not  508 Kaatlngra, W., Y_&nc°ur.orj!. B- C*  night, has been postponed until next  Monday night. A number of important matters will come up for discussion then.  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK ■ SAND - GRAVEL  A!! Kiniis of Building Material  | PROMINENT  CONTRACTOR  j- OF CALGARY ON COAST  I     President Garden of the Contractors'  ! Association    of Calgary, is    paying a  j visit  to  the  coast  cltie.s.     He  arrived  , iv  Vancouver  last   Monday  and  spent  ! a   day   here,   calling   on   several   well  il'nown local contractors, and will also  • visit friends in Victoria before returning  east.     Conditions  in   tho   building  trade  in  Calgary  are  very  bright  for  .the coming season,  Mr. Garden stated  : and   the    contractors  and    architects  there  are   looking  forward   to  a  very  busy year for building in Alberta.  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.   I  Ti  WOODWORKING C0..LT0.  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    a916  Can.   Northern   Bly.   Depot 1917  Cnlffary Armory   191°  RoBBltUHl   High   School 1918  Trantiuille   Sanatorium.    1918  Phone Westminstor 473  Our strain heatutl plant enables us  to iiiiinui'uclui'L* V'eiHMT Work at any  season  of the year.  Wo are now nianul'ai'turins; interior  flttltiKs for the now H. C. Tulwplione  ttuildliig's head ottlco in Quarter Cut  Oak.  1269—6th St., East Burnaby  JMAYOR TO REVIVE  CITY  I FIRE   COMMISSION   SOON  Announcement was  made by  Mayor  • Gale  to the  B.  C.   Record  representative on Monday after the inauguration  j of the new city council, that his worship intended to revive the practically  I moribund City Vivo Commission at thv  i next  meeting  of  the  council.    Owing  to the rush of business ana trie limit  od time to dispose of it so as to attend  the   inaugural   luncheon   on   time   last  Monday, the mayor did not  have tim.1  to arrange for the appointment of tho  lire   commission.      Hut   ho   considers  that it will be a body that will be mors  useful   than   ever   now.  since   there   is  need   for  closer  co-operation   between  the various civic departments.  The City Fire Commission is presided over by one member of the city  eorneil—probably the chairman of the  health and building committee—and  includes    the city building    inspector  intend  to  perrorm  his  part,  if  it can  be  avoided,  does   more   than   work  a  hardship on the individual who accepts  such conditions.    It lets into the contracting field men with whom it is safe  to  deal  only on  the  assumption  that  they must be watched.    Worse; it lets  in- men  whose  intentions  are  honest,  but whose competence is doubtful.    In  other words, so long as no contractor  ir  deemed    worthy of    contidence,  so  jlong as    private    owners    ana  public  bodies   choose   to   assume   that   it   is  necessary   to   spy  on   any   contractor  | they may select, to plan and supervise  his work, and to perform things with-  i hi  the  province  of the  contractor—to  make sure  that  they  are  done  as  de- \  sired—so  long will  owners  be  willing!  to entrust their work to the lowest bid-,  tier regardless of ability, and so long!  will   experience  and   real   capacity   to;  handle work go without proper reward. ;  Individually, a single contractor may;  build   up   a   reputation   for   capabilityj  which will keep him well supplied with j  work for owners who have confidence-  in him.    But at the present time work j  tor private owners offers the only op-j  portunity  of this sort, and as  a  rela- j  tively small part of the total work is in j  the   hands   of   large   operators   whose!  construction goes  on  year after year.:  tlie opportunity for establishing such aj  clientele is  further*. The aver-j  age  owner does  not  build  extensively i  lis   often   as   once   in   a   decade,   ax\\.  comes into tlie market for contractors',  services prepared to take thinks as he;  finds them and to treat the contractor \ j  as incompetent and dishonest because'  ho finds the public doing likewise.  Collectively,   contractors   can   eradi-  (Contiiiuecl  vn  page  1.)  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. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  I  Westminster iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53 BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  «f  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday.    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A ' newspaper 'of general circulation, featuring Building, C'oiitractiiiy. Kiigiiteeriug, Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining, Automobile, Prol  vincinl,   City   ;md   Harbor 'Improvement!,.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN. <j. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  ed status of the fund a great opportunity is now afforded the councils of  cities and all' industrial centres to  eliminate the dangers of overcrowding.  Office- and  Plant  583    Komer-Richards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription  Bates  One month   $1.00.  Six months : ;.,.: .Sn.oojNot that the federal loan will be sulii-  All'subscriptions arc  payable strictly in advance ( cieut   tfJ   bui]d   ?nough   hollses   for   tlie  workers, but the loan should be the  ueucleus for provincial and even municipal loans for such purposes.  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  OPFICIAI. OKGAH.  Tlie Ontario government has alloted  $2,000,000 to be loaned to the municipalities, the principal condition being  that   each   municipality   must   put.  up  The British-.Columbia Kcoord Is the  official organ of. .The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The .Royal Architectural institute of  'Canada,, and as such is used by them as  the medium through which to make their  official announcements to tho g'enerul  public.  By  such  selection  tire  British   Columbia Record' is  no  wise pledged to  edi-.janother*25 per cent, of its own money,  torial   support   of   any   policy   advanced l „-., . .,    ,  •••■•,- j. ,-.  by this society, but maintains an abso- llns m«'"s that in the province of On-  lutely'independent position on all mat- tario $2,500,000 will'be spent Tor hous-  ters subject to editorial opinion."  i,., i ■, „„, ling accommodation outside of the fed  eral loan. Should the other provinces  and municipalities do proportionately  up: well, about $32,000,000 will be for  the disposal of housing scnemes in  Canada.  THE HOUSING PROBLEM IN  CANADA  Inclusion of the housing problem as j  one of the civic matters worthy of immediate attention was a noticeable  point in Mayor Gale's inaugural address when the new city council was  sworn in last Monday.   It is more than  •v The  Duncan-river district Is one. of!    Tlie paint industry is just now most  the   most'promising   mining   sections! deeply  interested  in  the  plans  of  the  of Kootenay, but its development has I building, trades  for  next spring.    All  been  hampered  for  want of transpor- jrel,orts  indicale  UuiL  'here  will   bo  a  tation.     Now   the   provincial   govern-'lu,ildinS    boom in    most part    of the  ment    proposes   to    open  it up  by aj  wagon  road  along  the  I),uncan  river  In the early days efforts were made to icolirse' selected «urin  use this river as a means of transpor-  tation    during    high    water,    but theiw?itills lo 1)e commenced.    There has  short  season   during  which   the   route  was    available    militated    against its i  \alue   for  getting   in   supplies   to   the  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and"  REPAIRS,  UWUHnCSMM  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and  Office Fixtures  General Repairs  ! country.    All sorts of building, except  [that for government purposes, was, of  the period of  hostilities, and there is a great deal  waiting to bo commenced. Then  been an increase in the production of  mines and shipping ore out.  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  Assuming that, in the last analysis  the real responsibility of meeting the  housing problem will be placed on the  j building materials of almost every sort,  and it will not take long'for the necessary changes to be made to convert  the production from the purposes of j  The Drum Lummon Copper company |war to" those of peace. There is also  has-had atrial run, of the Gibson mill,!3 STeat amount, of-, repainting to be  installed at its mine on Douglas chan-|done- as this te another thing that had  nel.   The mill is  said to be  working (o be neglected while all the energies  I of the nation were directed to the pros-1  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Maker* of  Switch Boards, 3?ar.el"Boards, Steel  Cabiueta, etc.  Switches  designfd  and   built  special work.  for  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  lormao  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue prints  for country  \ installations  906 Davie St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  a civic question;  it is becoming a na-jshoulders    of the    city or    municipal  tional question, more or less acute all j councils as being the ones best quah-J  across Canada.   But although the Dom- ned to judge of the particular needs of  inion Government recognized this'fact j their own particular locality, ther.e are  three main ways of meeting the situa-  some months ago and set aside $25,000,-  000 for housing purposes, there does  not seem to. have been any particular  progress so "far towards taking advantage of that offer.,.'It is proposed that  this $25,000,000 will be allocated p*ro  rata to the provincial government who  in turn will re-loan it to the municipalities.    In view of ? this plainly putlin-  Adkisoii & bill   ■  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  •,:,■;'   Concrete  v'  325 fiowe.St.  Sey. 3768-Bay.tt28R  tion. One of these is by the municipal-  it}'' the houses and renting, them. Another is by encouraging loca: citizens  tc build their own houses by making  direct loans. A third would be by .a  combination of both of these plans.  well.'turning out a 15 to 1 concentrate,  which has a value of around 1.2 oz.  gold, 30.5 oz. silver, and Oo.o per cent  copper. It was found that the tables  required to be extended, and arrangements are being made to do this.- The  tailings are being impounded for re-  treatment by a flotation plant, which  it is proposed to add next spring.  It depends largely on local conditions as which could be employed most  advantageously.  Hedley—The Hedley Gold Mining  company paid their regular dividend  of 15 cents a share, on Tuesday.' The  company,;which owns'the Nickle Plate  at Hedley, has paid a total of $2,430,0,00  Jin dividends.  edition of the war. The trade realizes  that there is a great increase in business in sight, and yet conditions are  such that it is not possible for the  dealer or the producer to attempt to  anticipate the situation by piling up in  advance the goods which he has rear  son to expect will be demanded.  BURNING MONEY.  , Canada's   annual   fire   loss   amounts  to three-dollars per capita;   which is  fifteen dollars for. every family of five.  We should soon learn that fire prevention is worth while. v  tti  PrflMBILPfftA  ^-iijran/5vrxif3jR*Tr5)  i3l.  THEEATTERY  FOR YOUR CAR  40 per cent, longer life  18 months' Guarantee  PRICE    NO    HIGHER  Gall and.see us when passing-  JARVIS  ELECTRIC CO.  Distributors for B. C.  570 Richards  St.  Seymour 175  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  IIS Km St.  Styswr 13S9  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making V Fixture* i  Straw 1163 .'"..... -7?5" ..jHelaekvo. St.  BuCldoff Cable  Pacific  Lime  R. V.^INGM & CO., Limbed  Vancouver and Victoria  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Credit-Fwcier Bldg. Vanconwr, B.C-  ELECTRSC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  SERVICE   24    HOURS   A    DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  Dominion Construction  Co.. Ltd.  General Contractors  5Q9 Richards St  Seyniir 1412  NEW WORK ~ CONTRACTS LET  THE    rOLLOWINS   TABU   SHOWS   BUILDINGS    COSTZKG    $5,000    OB    OVER,    OK     WHICH     CONSTBTTCTION     IS  UNDER WAT, OB ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEEN LET BUT CONSTBUCTIOIT 2JOT YET STABTED.  "(•  iiarrison& Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymour 3S35 601 Pacific Bldg.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bldg.  Seymour 6506  .Cost  $7,500  47,130  70,000  35,000  25.000  9,000  10,000  4,000  Character       Residence       Tuberculosis   Clinic   . . .  Grain   Llevator      Church   Commercial   Bldgs   Residence       Residence   .   Residences    each  Brick   Building   1'ungalows      Residence  Mill   Warehouse      Residence   Bungalow   Remodelling    Building  Residence   Powdered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Dwelling         5,000  VVurehouse        S.000  Residence            8,000  Remodel    Boarding   House SB,000  Two  Story  Brick   520.000  Residence $10,000  Residence    :..  $9000  Dwelling    $6,500  Temjjorary Hosp.  $30,000  6,000  7.000  .'$5,000  .   7500  .   7595  .$5,000  VANCOUVER  Location,  • • - -   Owner  Shaughnessy   Heights...'...:.. P.   A    Dietrick  Pender Street Rotary  Clus  Beach Ave  .'........... . . .Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St...First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview  and  Point Grey. . University of B.  C.  Shaughnessy Heights S.  J.  Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    .G.   XV.  Tornroos  Angus   Ave Macaulay  &  Nicolls  Seymour  St B.   C.  Tel.   Co.  Magee.. Allan   &   Richards  2875   Alder  Street  .A.   R.   McFarlnnd  236     Smythe.       Van.    Milling    &:    Grain    Co.  1906 Trafalgar  \V. A. Cantelon  1435 16th Ave. W.... .H. D. Christie  Cor.  Davie and  Granville Sts.. Geo. E. Trorey  S.E.-   Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St B.   C.  Sugar  Refinery  1946   llth  Ave.   W John  T.  MacDonald  Industrial    Island  Crane,    Ltd.  ihaughnessy  Heights P.  \V. Racey  1447   Barclay  St Confed Life Ass'n  92-98 Pender E... Mrs.  Chance "Wong Co.  Shaughnessy  Hgta.... Clarence  Wallace  Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener F.   G.   Loane  12th and Heather Vane. Gen'l Hosp. [  Archt   Fred L. Townley.    Contr.  , S. J. Newitt  J. A.   Benzie Baynes  &  Horie  H.  H.   Gillingham       Owners  Matheson & DeGuerrc    Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson     S.   N.   McLeod  Jas.  A.  Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  Jas.   A.   Benzie :. .S.  J.' Newitt  A.  E.  Henderson . . .S. J.  Newitt  Owners Adkison & Dill  Fred   L.  Townley G.   M.  Champion  Fred.   L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  A.   E.   Henderson ..D.   &   W.  Gray  Fred L. Townley  ....Day Labor  H. D. Christie  .....XV. J.  Read  Gardiner  &  Mercer. ..... Harrison  &   Lamond  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller   Engineering   Co..Can.   X.W.   Steel  Co.       Owner  Owners     Dixon   &   Murray  las.   A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  E.  E.  Blackmore   Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J. Newitt  Edwardes Sproat  S. J.  Newitt    G. Milne  Owners   Owners  USE  ELASTIGU  The  Tough,   Elastic,  Adhesive  Cement  (Ready  for use.)  FOR YOUR;  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 63  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Man SL  Seymour 4878  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 MetropoBtin Bldg.  RUSH & READ  PLAIN       AND       ORNAMENTAL  PLA3TEBING-    &    CEMENT    WORK  All  Work  G-naranteod.  K: igoIr       2aoG stepJiens st-  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Character  -  •    Coat j Location  Owner  42-Mile   Extension    300,000 \ Clinton     P.G.E.    Railway  Mastiugs-Barnet   Road     j Hastings  St.   E   Government    Shed     j Victoria         Government  Bridge  (2  span)    '• ' Princeton     Kettle   V alley   Railway  Lining   Tunnel     250,000 j Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  Reconstruction    160,000 j North    Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  j  Nitrogen  Plant      125,000.. Lake  Buntzen.. Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.   Ownei  Conce'ntrator,   etc 1,000,000    Coppep Mountain B.   C.   Copper   Co. j Owne  '" """ ' C'hu   Chua Queen   Bess   Mining   Co.1  Princeton  to  Copper  St.. ..B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist...Prov. Govenn't  Knglisbrrtan's River, Alberni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Stevcston     Dom.    Government  Clayoquot. . . . Clayoquot Cold Stor. & Can. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather  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  Residence            5,000 j  Arch  Contr.    Northern   Const.   Co.    Cotton Co.   R.   .Moncricff   Armstrong,   Morrison   it   Co.,   Ltd   Carter,  Halls  &•  Aldinger   Hodgson  X-   King  rs       Owners  rs        Owner   XV.   P.   Tierney  Public-Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wks  Dept... Robertson &  Partners  Prov.    Pub.   \V''ks.    Dept Wm.   Greenlee?       Owners  Public  Works  Dept Hodgson  &   King   '. Owners  Owner  S. J. Newitt  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN • - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Highland 728 2021 Wall St.  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  «  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8t& Ave. W. Bayrfew 2273  ., LIMITE  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  I  Vancouver, IB. C.  if'm'iT     n'f  mUm. mmA.  "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. mm  ■svaajsaF^"  ■'I <w>  ■ »i m m i  -«-*-»-•-■  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  MOUSE   PAINTS  2b Colors. $3._r, Gallon  Oil and Crnosoto Shinglo Stains  $1.^0   Gallon  Marine   Paints  ASTTI-DAMP—Everyone   TJaes   It  w. s. HARVEY mva. CO.  1063 arnnville St. Soy. 3497  Seymour Tire & Robber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  jpeeled here on bV.hruary  i pail outwards on February 12th  _  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour3053  The sailing vessel Canlinia which arrived last, Friday .with a cargo, of. Australian wheat and which is now. being  discharged, at the Government Dock  will load out a cargo of paper at Powell  River for Sydney, N. S. W.  ■Tlie Shinpo Maru of the Trans-Oceanic Co. is due in Vancouver about the  tilth  of January .from  YoKohoma  and  SETTLERS  FROM THE  U. S.  TO   WESTERN   CANADA  According to the Commissioner of  Immigration and Colonization at Winnipeg,, last week there entered western  i Canada   from   the   United   States   20*)  l  7th and Will fa sf:]>arate sheet and state opportunity  number. Tho 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.  persons, with cash to the value 'of  ?:j!),237 and effects valued at $S,2o6, as  compared, with '3S8 persons with cash  ?102,111 and effects'$28,434'.  LATEST   E1TQXTIBIES.  The following inquiries are tlie latest  received. I:'or rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glance Itei.ns of interest I.',v noting tlie class of KOods mentioned   at   tlie   end   of  each   inquiry.  J.MI'OitTAXT—-Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers;'  Ornamental Iron Work and  all _lnd8  of Wire "Work.  3 12-1 G   Dufferin'St.  Fair.   264 S  Kobe.    H.  W. Greer is local^agent.  A.  union  E  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  The Waimarino of the Union S. S.  Co. of New Zealand is expected to  arrive here from "Newport News, Va.  about'January 20th.  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY    SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND  MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  ,    The iMakura of the'Canadian. Australasian Royal Mail Line is due in Vancouver on January ISO and is scheduled  to sail on February 5.  The Niagara of the same line is ex-  FOREIGN  TRADE" ,  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding-  these . inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "The  Commercial Intelligence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number- of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information, ■'Ile-  uest  for  each  opportunity  should   be on  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  73?  Hastings'St. W.  Telephone Seymour  Vancouver  '820  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C.  FACT vs.  PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE, rather than APPEARANCE, is what, counts in" tlie wear and tear of the  daily <rrind. Taint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never "yet PAID a single repair bill.  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  are built not for looks but for service—not merely to'JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  our claims.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in every case where superiority 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 the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into the cylinders.  Your service Avork on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  at no Cost to you.  Sevmour 331  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific ' Vancouver  S23. Cr.nued Pears and Gallon Apples.  —A J>iverpooI lirm offer to act as packers' agents for the distribution of the  above. Tliey state they are in a position to dispose of lar«e .quantities.  924. Canned. ' Goods.— A 'Liverpool  firm would like to lie placed in communication with .shippers of all kinds of canned woods, with a view to acting'a.s  sales aK'ent for  the   United  Kingdom.  925. Apples—'A Bristol firm asks for  cabled offers of No. 1 winter apples in  barrels.  92S.    MolyDdenuzn   Concentrates. — A'  .Sheffield     manufacturer     of    carbonless  metals   and   alloys   wishes   to   g-et   into  touch   with  shippers of  the above,  with  a view to future purchases.  927. Ag-oncy—Linseed Cakes.—A firm  In Delft, Holland, wishes to secure the  agency for Holland of Canadian ..manufacturer of linseed cakes and similar  cattle )nod.  928. Pood Products—A firm in Holland, with headquarters at Haqruo and  branch offices at Rotterdam and Ghent.  Belgium, would like to enter into commercial relations with Canadian exporters and. producers of the follovvin.ur'i'ood-  stuffs: Wheat, rolled oats, wheat Pour,  sun-dried and evaporated apples, jams  canned fruits, meats, lobster' and salmon., baconi  hams  and  lard.  .929. Automobiles, Motorcycles and  Automobile accessories.—a firm at The  liiitii•■«. Holland, is: desirous of ^r-'ttinK  into touch with Canadian manufactures'  of ai-iornooiles, motorcycle^, and automobile  accessories.  930. Steel and Copper Wire, Etc.—A;  London company wishes to get into  touch with Canadian manufacturers with  the object of securing their selling: or  buying agency for the United Kingdom.  They have a branch at Birmingham.  Goods .suggested are steel and copper,  wire, wire nails, etc., mica, chemicals,  leather for upholstering trades, woodr  pulp, etc.     t     ' -  931. Crude Asbestos.—A   firm   in   Am-I  sttrriam, .Holland,  desires   the  addresses!  of    Canadian    manufacturers    of    crude  asbestos.  S32. Cellulose, Chemicals and Metals,  Boots and Shoes, rood Products.—An  import house in .Milan wishes to .hear  from1-'.Canadian exporters of the foregoing products. ,  933.    Telephone   and  Telegraphic-   Ma-  terial aud —leetrical i—easaririg- Apparatus.—A     firm     in     Milan     inquires     tor'  ■ Canadian      telephone     and      telegraphic  material   and    electrical    measuring    instruments.  934..   Industrial   Chemicals,; Metallur-  g-ical  Products    and ,. Metals,    Befactory  j Material.—A jinn in Milan wishes to get I  : in touch with Canadian firms with a view  j to  obtaining  exclusive agencies  in Italy I  ' for    industral    chemicals,    metallurgical j  products and metals and refractory ma,- I  terial. , "   ■!  935. riour.—A firm in Barbados, in  j commission business, desires an agency  ! 'for a Canadian- flour milling firm.   .  936. Pollard and Middlings.—A firm  of commissioii- , merchants, Barbados,  would like to get in touch with Canadian  manufacturers of pollard. .        .,  I     937.    Biscuits and.Sread.—A; Barbados'!  firm   of   commission    merchants  f correspondence        with        manufacturers  (Canadian)   of "bread and  biscuits.   .  939; Hams and Bacon.—A long-established firm of grocers and commission  merchants desires to get in touch with  Canadian exporters of naras and bacon.  940. Ag-ency.—A 'Canadian exporting  firm with agents in France''wishes, to se-j  cure the exclusive agencies of Cana- j  diau..manufacturers for Prance and Bel- !  gium in any line that may be iti demand •  for  the  immediate  future.  941. .Ag-ency, Great Britain, Prance, |  Italy or Belgium..—French gentleman cle-,|  sir: s    in   get ' in    touch     with     Canadian  j manufacturers and wholesale merchants  " who desire representation in any of the  above countries. Inquirer claims to have  connections in these countries of thirty-  live vears''standing. He would also be  willing to represent Canadian firms at  the Lyons Fair.    References supplied.  942. Paner, Cardboard.—An important  paper dealer, in the trade for thirty  years, wishes to obtain the representation, more especially for the north and  west of France, of Canadian firms manufacturing pulp, paper, cardboard, etc.  943. Ag-ency, Canned Pish, Foodstuffs,  Evaporated Apples.—An agent is willing  to accept the representation of any of the  following products: Canned salmon, lobster, trout, evaporated apples, and foodstuffs in general.  944.- Agencies.—A Paris agent invites  correspondence from producers and  manufacturers of foodstuffs, canned fish,  tea, potash.  945. Construction Hardware, Construction Materials, Paints, Varnishes,  Etc.—A Paris concern desires to open  .connections with Canadian manufac-  | uu-ers of construction materials, steel.  j paint, varnishes, etc.. and construction  j and hardware materials in general.  I 946. Purs, Iiumber, Canned Goods,  Ag-encies.—An agent is willing to accept  ; the representation of any Canadian firm  ideating in the above-mentioned products.  S47. Canned Goods.—A commission  ! agent invites correspondence with Cana-  • dian manufacturers of canned goods, and  •'is willing to accept agencies for France.  ; 94S. Agencies.—A commission agent  j wishes to get the representation of any  i Canadian1 house.  j 949. Ag-ency.—French firm, establish-  : fil in Paris, with several branches in iu-  ; dustrial districts in France, would accept  I mentation of Canadian firms in France,  'and Belgium of all kinds of supplies tor  manufacturers.  950. Agency.—In order to help trade  between Canada and Italy, a big financial  concern in Italv is ready to get in touch  with Canadian importers of Italian goods  or exporters of Canadian articles.  951. Oils, "White Lead, Etc.—A French  firm would like to buy in Canada oils,  white lead and all kinds of raw materials  for the manufacture of colors, paints and  varnishes.  952. Canned Goods.—A French agent  wants to get in touch with Canadian  exporters of canned goods.  953. Boots     and     Shoes.—A      hrench  manufacturers of boots and shoes,  agent   would   like  to   represent   Canadian  954. Feathers. — A. French agent  wishes to get in touch with Canadian  firms  dealing  in  feathers.  955. Apples.—A French firm would  like to import Canadian apples.  956. Pood Products.—An agent in  Marseilles wants food products from  Canada. ,  057. Iron and Stpel.—A French agent  requires reiireseutation in Frfnee of  Canadian firm exporting steel and  iron  958.     A   returned    French-' 'a nad'an   of  firer     who    previous    to    enlistment    had  extensive experience in the builders' snp-  :  trad",  wishes  to :>  for  r-m-e-  C'M'cvh      would     like     to     represent  and  Manufacturers  B.C.  woca  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  ORPHEUM CAPE  i,  an ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The 'Best' of  Everything, .Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  "capacity  2o0.  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef-  1—  G.  Kifgsreh  General Contractor  S62  '14th Ave.  Fairmont 94BL  COMMERCE  ONE   TON  TRUCK  A year ahead of other  trucks — the only truck  having everything necessary on it when you buy  it.  Suiiivan-Taylor Meters, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  STANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard truck  throughout. Continental  Red< Seal Motor, Timkeri-  David Brown worm gear  on all models. Brown-type  trans mission, Spicer universal joints.  Two. three and a half and  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor'Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and'WE AVERS  Nothing-; too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2944  Office, Sey..7075  Res., Fair. 213SL  J. K. Healey  OPTOMETRIST  Classes  fitted  for  the relief of all  kinds    of    eye    strain    and    nervous  headache.  325 Birks Bldg-. Vancouver, B. C.  _KTTG__SS    EEiLIHO  ,    ,W. J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB. BXTSIKESS XAK  There is lots of;room at the top, hut  It  takes a-live'-wire to  get and stay  there.     If   there   is  no  juice   to'feed  the rwire.,' -what; then? , If you want to  know how to keep up the supply, see  me.    See next advertisement.  :,■ . 928  and 929 BiriB  Building1,  Seymour, 'ti'OJT'    " '       .'Seymour 72-lSR  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570  Richards   St. . ■     ■ '        .   'Phone   Seymour   175  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanise Everything- by Hot  Process  Ornamental  Iron  Work,  Iron  Stairs,  Fire  Escapes Railway  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  225      5th   Avenue West  Vancouver, B.C.  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  For over eight years FEDERALS  have been built by a strong, well financed  company which has devoted its energies  to Motor Trucks Exclusively—That's  why they are Built right—Ask  Tucker Motor Company  Sey_o«r 3665 ""     833 F«nder St. West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  I  Plk  lisli.  ccts  li  no Is fluent in l>oth VY.-nch and l-'n  (' nUV''- to leading Canadian nri'li  and   Uuildfi's.  959. Asfency.—-A commission men  out mi Paris is anxious to j.nt in touch  with Canadian trad" for import and ox-  port. ——  (Continued on  Page  -4.) BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  -BEa____B__i  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    fVSANUFACTURERS  WMMB>_«_B___ffl___M  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING" ___  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,   METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS,  KEv   TAGS,    BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,    ETC.'  ALL  WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND PAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING 00.  p.  LIMITED  A. Jones, Mgx.  W3-.AI3F BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"   . c.  General  Towing  1324 Front St New Westminster  Telephone 1015  cate this distrust, and replace it with  confidence on all work, within a short  space   of   time.     Having   a   national  organization, they can make an early  [ beginning by getting the  members  to  leave alone  that work on which   the  owners offer agreements which do not  repose   confidence   in   the   contractor.  With the strength of sucn an organization  behind  the  movement,  a  natural  separation between the real contractor  and tlie man who ought not to  be in  the  business  will result.    The  competent   men   will   join   the   national   or  ^anization and hack it, in order to havo  a chance to handle the  kind of work  an which ability is recognized and paid  for.   The public and other owners who  cannot or will not evaluate ability- and  experience in letting work will find no  cr.e of reputation offering to undertake  their projects.   The final result will be  the   elimination   of  those, who   ought  not to be in the field, and' the recognition by the public and all other'owners  that skill and capacity must be paid  for  in  construction  work,  just  as   in  ether lines of business.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  MISCETiLASTEOUS   PROPOSALS  The Imperial Oil Company will start  work shortly on the construction of a  gasoline and oil service station' to be  i erected   on   the   corner   of   Dunsmuir  1 and Howe streets.    The new station  ! will be similar to the one erected by  | the company on the corner of Colurri-  I bia and Cordova streets and will con-  i tain many unique features, such as a  ladies'   and   gentleman's   rest   rooms,  etc      The   outside    grounds  will   be  artistically arranged with flower beds;  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF,  SUM CASES, OrTICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENEUAL CARPENTER IHORR  PAINTING, PAPER HANS-  Ififl and KALSOMINJHG  967. Pats and Oils.—A Manchester  firm wishes to receive quotations and  prices from Canadian firms having fats  and oils for sale.  968. Office Purniture.—A. Manchester  lirm is open to purchase ollice and library desks and  chairs.  969. Domestic Purniture.—A Manchester (Inn wishes to hear from Canadian manufacturers of domestic! furniture,  particularly  bedroom  suites.  970. Oils and Pata.—A Manchester  firm is open to purchase whale arid, fish  oils, also other fats suitable for distillation.  971. Paper.—The London branch of  a Uelirian company asks to be placed in  correspondence with Canadian ..niaiiufae-  turers of writing, printing and wrapping  paper, in a position to ship orders to  nidia, Burma, the Persian suit'and other  eastern  countries.  972. Wood-pulp.—A Liverpool firm  wishes to hear from exporters of wood-  pulp..  97b'. Wrapping and News Papers.—  A Liverpool firm wishes to fset into  touch with exporters of wrapping and  news  papers.  974. Linseed      Cakes.—A       Liverpool  firm  wishes  to  be placed   in  communica- I  tion with  exporters  of  linseed  cakes.  975. Hay.—A Liverpool firm, a sit to  be placed in co'mmimieation with exporters of bay, with a view to future  business.  976. Asbestos Pibre.—A Newcastle  lirin, in a position to place orders for  asbestos fibre'in 50 to 100-ton lots, ask  for Canadian offers. They wlso inquire  for   asbestos-cell   and   asbestos   cloth.  977. Travelling- Goods.—A Liverpool  firm, with large connections in the  leather goods trades wishes to hear  from Canadian firms prepared to arrange  for them to handle their lines exclusively on  the United Kingdom  market.  978. Doors.—A Liverpool firm wishes  to hear from firms in a position to offer  yellow pine doors, four .longitudinal  panels, planted moulds. They are in a  position  to  place  orders  for   1.000  doors.  _9r/9. Cardboard.—A Liverpool lirm  desires to ■ vet into touch with exporters  of cardboard. ■  980. Pg-g's and Enttflr.—A Newcastle  firm asks to be placed in touch with exporters  of  eggs  and   butter  .  981. Bircli.—A Manchester firm, importing on a large, scale, wishes to hear  from exporters of birch in log, plank,  arid  board  form.  SS2. Bircli.—A Manchester firm, of  timber importers wishes to. hear from  exporters of birch boards and planks,  also birch in si;ces of 12-inch, le-inch.  10-inch and IS-ineh square of 1'..i-inch  thick.  983.    Birch.—A    Manchester    firm  quires for exporters  of Birch  in.  sizes and qualities. ..."  i)t>4.    xtar&waro.—A    Manchester    firm  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND,  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  1  We  Sey. 3315  gn and Build  511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  Buyers'Guide  When Buying Bulletin*? Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  Ini-  lir-  varying  etc..   wishes   to   get    in   touch   with  portant   Canadian   firms.  994. Fruits.—A fruit merchant and  importer in Hoi fast. Ireland, wishes to  get in touch with Canadian firms exporting fruits. He would like to buy  apples for shit>"*ent from -Montreal.  Halifax and  St.  John.  995. Apricot Vui.y and Canned Pineapple Chunlcs.—A Manchester firm seek  the representation o1' a Canadian packer  of . apricot pulp aud canned pineapple  chunks.  996. Paper.—A correspondent-in London would like to secure agencies of  Canadian manufacturers of paper of all  descriptions, boxboards, cardboards and  other lines.which could be liani::ed with  the above.  997. Ag-ency. — A correspondent at  Zurich would like to enter- into correspondence with Canadian exporters of  ores, minerals, and metals, forest products, animal' and farm products and  canned goods contemplating eventual  trade  with   Switzerland.  t ARCHITECTS ?  ift^j>-^i3>»*.€^^.o7>.2.i^*.t3t-I,<5,i'*'5,*i*,5,*!-*,5'*!*<y*!"c?'^  Members  of The Architectural Institute  of  British   Columbia.  ,   ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   I Hue   Print  &   Drafting - Co.,  531    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  ARCHITECTURAL     TERRA     COTTA.  Bvans.  Coleman  A  Evans,  Ft.   Col, Si., S. 2988  O'Nell. 'Win.   N.  Co.   L'd.,'- 548  Seymour. S. 4795  Ritchie    Con.    &    Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Gran.    Zl.  Brldse   ....   •    8.916 2  ASPHALT    FELT.  Evans.   Coleman  A-   Evans,   ft.  Col..,.  The Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,  10th ft Arbtitu  Ceperley,  AUTOMOBILE  Rounsefell   &  .S. 29S8  Bay. 6.S  INSURANCE  Co.,   Winch   Bhltf.   Sey.  7820  Home   Bank   of  BANKS  Canada....  .S. 5270  ,   . ,     ,      ,       ,, ,    , lis   in   a   position   to   represent   Canadian  grass plots and shrubs, the whole con-; manufacturers of general hardware, also  any other commodities saleable by ironmongers.  --.. . .Machinery.—A Manchester firm  is open to represent .manufacturers of  '■•>''"!iinery, machine tools and engineers'  tools.  ir'^o. Buttons.— A London company,  mainly engaged in trade with Italy, asks  for the addresses of the principal Canadian manufacturers of buttons. '  987.,   Wheat and Flour, Oats and Bar- f  stituting a very pleasing effect.     The  cost'of the improvements will be ap--  proximately  $15,000. |  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1965 Dunsmuir St.  E.A.BAILEY  P!uinb5ng  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver 8. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  S. J. Trickey  NTRAL  SHEET,  and  E. Elliott  METAL  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SEALED   TENDERS   ADDRESSED  to    the    undersigned    and    endorsed  "Tender for Dockyard  Wharf at Es-  i quimalt,  B.   C,"   will  be   received   at  | this oflice  until  12 o'clock  noon.. Fri-  ' day, January 24,  1919, for the reconstruction  of   the   dockyard   wharf   at  Esquimalt, B. C.  Plans and forms of contract can £e  seen and specifications and forms' of  tender  obtained   at   this   Department,  at the oflice of the District Engineer,  j Victoria, B.  C, and  Esquimalt,  B.  C.  [     Tenders will not be considered unless made  on  printed  forms  supplied'  by the Department and in accordance  with conditions contained  therein.       j  Each tender must   be   accompanied  by' an accepted cheque on a chartered j  bank and payable to the order of the  Minister   of   Public   Works   equal   to  10 p. c. of the amount of the tender.  War Loan Bonds of the Dominion will  also  be accepted  as  security,  or  war  bonds   and     cheques     if   required   to  make up an odd amount.  NOTE—Blue prints can be obtained  at this Department by depositing an  accepted bank cheque for the sum of  $20, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be  returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DE3ROCHERS,  Secretary,  of Public Works, Otta-  21, 1918.  VAHCOTJVES  Benzie   Jas.   A.. "510   Hast.' 'VV Sev.  Brvan '& Giilam,  500   Hlchards Sey.  Dalton  &   Kveleigh,   615  Host.   W Sey.  3300 i  55#S j  Gardiner,   F.   <  Seymour  3G72.  Henderson.'" A.   lv,   615   Hast.  Honevman   &   Curtis,   S50  XX  602  &   Mercer,   71S   Gran.;  James  XV.   Kcagey.  2576  2nd  XX"  "Matheson,   Itobt.  Palmer.   Bernard  Foncier   Bldg.  Parr  & -M-icKenzie,  Sharp ■& Thompson,  Townlev, Fred  L.  Twizell,   R.   P.   S.  W.....Scv.  724  Hastings   St.   .Sev.   1021  792R  503 8  Bay.  M.. 509 Rich...Sey.  C,   016  Credit   Sev.  3GS0  736"  Gran Sev.  7.811  620  Pender VV.. Sey.   1064  ,  325 Homer....Se>    SOU  S3"   Hast.W..Sey   7925  ley,-Etc.—A London firm, stated to have |  been long engaged in the. trade, wishes  to secure agency of a first-class Canadian shipper of wheat and flour, oats,  barley, and their products.  988, Motor Cars.—A manufacturers'  agent in Mons,' Belgium, wishes to represent a Canadian manufacturer of  motor cars. .  989. —umber.-—Avdealer in Charentori,  with established trade, would accept, the  representation in France of an,'Important Canadian firm dealing' in'all'kinds of  lumber for construction, barrels, etc.  '990. Canned Croorls, Corn, IiumDer,  —ard. Wool.—A Lille commission .agent  is disposed to accept agencies for :  France. '    i  991. Canned Fish, Lobster, Salmon,  ! Crabs, Shrimps, . Etc.—An important  ' agent in Paris, having connections  ! throughout  France,   wishes   to   represent!  exclusively   a   large  Canadian   manufac- i  jturerof canned  fish. j  i      992.    Canned  Pish,   Donr  and  Pulp.— ]  A   Greek   merchant   in   Egypt   wishes   to ;  import canned  fish,  flour and  pulp. i  \      993.    Ag-ency.—A   Belgian   firm  having !  'a capital  of  Si,GOO.000, and  sixty  years'  : experience       of       business       in       many  I branches,   including  oil,   oil   seeds,   food-  i stuffs,  hides,   skins,   tanning  substances.  VICTORIA  A.   R.   Hen'nell. ' 1036   St.   Louis   St...  T   C.  M.   Keith.   Sayward   Blcljj,.......  Sam-.Maclure.   Ur.ion   Bank,. Bldg./. I.'.  Lieut-Col.    Ridgway-Wilson,   Belmont  .-1171R1  ....-1430  .. .2848  House.  BRICK CONTRACTOR  Chimneys,  Fireplac*^., _tc.    ,  208i  Jno. B. Sadler   ^   .  Res.        ''" '   : '' .' ,""';""'"-'  45th Ave. W.Box 25. Kerrisdale  Phone Eburne  203L2  BANK,    OrPICE    _    STOBE   FITTINGS  'flic James   Brookes  Woodworking Co.  Ltd.,   1259 6th  §.   li.,   Burnaby, . Wtst.   473  -.. BLUE   PRINTS  Dominion   Blue   Print  &  Drafting  Co.,  531    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  BIIICK—AM,  KINDS.  Evans Coieman ft Evans, Ft. Col.. S. 298S  Gllley Bros.. Ltd.,'New West., Phones 16. J 6  W. N. O'Xeil _ Co.. 54tf Sey. St., 6. 4795-479K  U tchie   Contr.   _   Sup. • Co.,    Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  Bridge       S.   91C2  n..V.Winch  A  Co..   Ltd..   Winch  B.  S. 279-1A44  UL'IMJINCi 'VBLXS   A>'1)   l'AI'EUS.  Evans, 'Columan & Evans, Ft. Col.,. -S. 2988  W. N. O'Noil vt Co., 54S Sey. St., S. 479o-47!ii!  The Barrett Co.,   Ltd.,  10th \-  Arbutus  Bay. 63  BONDS—SI'KKTY.  C'eperlev,   Rounsefell   &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   Sey.  7S20  K.V.XViiich  A Co.. Ltd..   Winch  B.. S. fJi'y-liMi  CARPENTERS  Dixon    iJc    Murray ,S.  S765-  8766  CKJtKST.  Halfour,   Guthrie   '_   Co.... S.   913',-(;BT5  Era/is: Coleman & Evans, Ft. Col. ..S. CSSS  Gllley Bros., Ltd., Xew West., Phones 15. .1 d  \V. N. O'Nell.& Co,. 51X a'e.v. St., S. 4796-479S  Ritchie  'Contr.    &   Sup.    Ltd.,    Granviiln   St.  Brldije    '3. 9.16?  R.V.WIneh  „  Co..  Lt,i..  B..  S. i79-1944  CBJIENT TKSTINO  <!„«.'D  ASSAVINT..  Hunt,   Robt.   V.'.   A   Co.,    Standard    Bank  Bldgf  .... .      . .S. 2199  COXTRAt-TOita—(iKNKKAL.  Armstrong.    Aloriison     &     Co.,     Ltd.,     Bower  Big      S. 1836  rONTK ACTORS—TILK—TKKKAZ2.U.  Evans,   Coleman  &  Evans,  ft.   Col .S. 2988  XV.  S    O'Stll  _ Co.,   54S  Sey.  ist..  S. 479S-479S  CRANKS    AND    HOISTS    (EMJCTKIO  Th« Holden C^)..  Ltd., 542 Pender St.  W.  Sey.   10G5,  DIES   AND   TOOLS.  Gibbs  Tool   & 'Stamping. Works,  356'  Dufferin   VV.  Fair. 2176  DRAFTING  Dominion   Blue  Print  &  Drafting Co.,  531    Granville   St...... Sey.   2497-4670  DRILLS—PORTA UI.K   KLKCTKIO  Darling,  Frank &  Co.,  1142  Homer  Street Sey.  4100-4101  The Holden Co., Ltd.,  542 Pender SL W.  Sey.   1065.  er,KCTitic_i, surrMKS  It.   C. 'Kl*tftrlo   Co.,   I Ait ...- _ 8. 5000  Copt & Son,   150  i]astinss"W._ ; Sey. U00i  Darling,   Frank _ Co.. 1142  Hornet-  Street    ...; Sey.  4100-4101  KLKVATOR  CAKS  AM)  KXCI,OSI;KKS.  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  W.  N.   O'Neil  -  Co.,   548   3*y.   St.  S. 4795-47B8  Ritchie   Contr.   *   Sup.   Co.   Ltd..   Gran.'St.-  Bride*    -. ..'..'....     S. 916  MAPS  Dominion    Blue   Print   &   Drafting   Co.,  531    Grauvilc   St Sey.   2497-4670  MARHLK   AND   ONYX  Evans.   Coleman  A Bvans.   ft.  Col.. .: .S. 2988  XV.   S.   O'Noil   * /;o.    54S  Sey.   St.   8.   4795-4798  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs  Tool   &   Slamping  Works,'  3S6    '  Duffei-in   W.   . |.-air. 2176  MIUWORK.  The James   Brookes  Woodworking  Co.  Ltd.,  1259 fail  S.   li.,;. West.  473  MIMEOGRAPHING  Central   Public  .Stenographers.   Mimeographing, 411   Dominion  Dltlg., Hey. 5078.  MOTORS  1!.   C.   Klcetrle Co..   Ltd s. 5001  MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Little  Giant   Motor Truck   Co Sey.   33L  Tucker  Motor  Co.,  S33   Pender  W...Sey.   356S  MULT1GRAPH1NG   '  Central   Public   Stenographers,   Mimeographing, 414   Dominion  Hltlg., Sey. 5078  Dominion   Blue   Print   .S:    Drafting   Co.,  531    Granv lie   St Sey.   2497-4670  OFFICE   AND   STORE  FITTINGS  Dixon    \-    Murray.. S.  8765-   8766  OFFICE   SUPPLIES    &    PRINTING  Western   Specialty,-Ltd.,   572   Gran."Sey.  3526  PACKING.    BELTING    AND    MECHANICAL   G00D8  Muiilnp Tire &  Hubtirr Clouds Cu., LIU.,  S44  Cambie  St _..S.   13—H.25M  PAINTING   &   PAPER  HANGING  Dixon    iS:    Murray S.  8765-  3766  i'AIXTS-r-FIRK-rROOF.  W.  N.   O'Nell _ Co.,  54S Sey.  St...S. 4795-479S  PAINTS—1).»;>1P I'ltOdl'".  Evsns, Coleman & Evana, ft. Col..  XV.  :<■ O'Nei! A Co,  54S s&y. St. . .H.  PAPER  Smith.   Darfdson   «6   Wrlclil,   Ltd.,   ITomcr  Jliil    |i«v!«   Sis.    .,   PARTITION—TIKKPUOOF  Evans,  Coieman  &  Evans    Pt. Colum. . S.  Ritchie. Con   & Sup.  Co..  Granv.  Xiilg..S.  PARTITION   WISE  Pearson  Wire and   Iron  Wks..,.Fair.  :  PATTERNS  WcsUninsUT   Iron   Wtitits,   X™  NVcstmlnstor    Phoiie 53  PHOTOSTATS  Donih'iion    Blue   Print ' iS:    Draftii-g   Co..  53 L; Gram He   Si.........  PIG   IKON   AND  Balfour.   Guthrie  tv   Co   Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft  R.   V.   Winch A Co..  Wines  B  PILING  AND   POLKS  Lumber   I'-o.,    ll(,    HMg   P1LK DRIVING.  Coieman  _  Evans,   ft.  Col.  ...S. 29S8  4705-47aS  ..S.  9.-C3  29S8  :ui  • Sey.  2-IV7-4670  TIN  .   .S.  Col..  d.. .S.  9197-0671  .. ..S. 20S8  279-1944  Federal  ,.S.  3993-9  Evans,  l-'ra. lifer  KlVcr  , .S. 29S8  New    West.  G. W. ROBINSON  CARPENTER and BTJI—DER  also  r  Cabinet   Maker  Upholstering  2226 Cambie Street  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW INSTALLATIONS  JAKTTARY  8,  1919."  Glad Tidings  Assembly,  1F>2  Cordova  K -■  Terminal  City  Tailors,  SI 2   Robson St   Stiers Display Service, Advt., 522 Pender XV   I JANUARY   9,   1919.  ! Gee,  Arthur,   19  Pender E   | Gordon,   Mrs.  Elizaheth   M..   83»  Davie  St   I Miller,  Harrv,  Auto  Supplies,  Repairs;  41f>   DufCerin   VV"   I Main   Fin-lit'"-- Co..  Sis. Main  St   ; People's  Prohibition  Movement  of  P>.  C,  470  Granville  St   Sutton,  Airred  ■)..  J-'hoto.urapher.   .S0f>  Granville  St   Universal  Art  School,   ;!S6   Hastings   W : •  CHAN6E8.  JANUARY  8,   1919.  Owen,  Lewis,  move  from  o 12  Howe to f<"4  Howe St '....  JANUARY   9,   1919.  Harley  Davidson  Light  Delivery, from 90S Granville to   11S Hastings V,'.S<  Department  wa, Decenibet  *_-«*_in>»u._K>ur!>«i_v*7. *".~  ...Sev.  922  ...Sey.  2?,o:-:  ...Sey.  2:; it.  ...Sey.  2SH  ...Sey.  2r>79.  .Fair.  3r,i6  ...Sey.  I9S9  ...Sey.  2.-,;) ty  ..Sey.  22S5  ...Sey.  3103  ..Sey.  6900  ,".Sev.  679  (Continued   from   page   »)  COPPER, BRASS  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING        VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151^4 Pender St. W.  I VANCOUVER, B.  C.  as  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and Genera!  THE   CITY   WELDERS  Heatley   Avenue  tnd   2009  Cor.   Alexander   arid  Phone.   High  SCO. Lumber and Wood.—A French j  agent wants to n.-pre.setit Canadian ex- j  porters of lumber and  wood. j  S61. Ag-ency.—A French firm in Mar-j  sfille would like to sell Canadian pro-!  ducts of all kinds in the southern part j  of  France. . !  9G2. Food.—A manufacturers agent ■  in .Switzerland Canadian exporters of >  food products. ;  998. Agency.— A Belgian correspond- ,  ent, now in London, wishes to get into i  touch with Canadian manufacturers |  wishing to open up export trade with j  Belgium. j  999. Foodstuffs.—A Pelgian import i  arid export merchant, temporarily in j  London. Would like to get into touch j  with Canadian packers of fruit, rlsh and .  canned meat, desiring to open up business  connections   in   Belgium.  1000. Tomatoes.—A Manchester firm  of brokers is in a position to handle, on  commission, large quantities of canned  tomatoes. .  1001. Doors and Mouldings.—A Newcastle firm asks to be placed in communication with exporters of doors and  mouldings.  C_.» C_B<  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c -30c  Items below have been published  in these columns heretofore, bat are  carri&d for ready reference for a few  days pending the publication of later  inquiries.  963. Codfish and Smoked Herrings.—  A Grt-ek exporter in New Vork h.n in-  fiuirleh from Greece for Canadian codfish   and  smoked   herrings.  9G4. Salmon and Lobsters.—\ .Mnn-  chister firm wishes to enter into correspondence with Canadian exporters of  canned salmon and lobsters, with a view  to sole representation as soon as conditions   permit.  965. Canned Pruits. — A Manchester  firm of produce brokers is open to represent cannei's of fruits having no representative   In   the   United   Kingdom.  965. Farinaceous Materials.—An influential Manchester firm Is open to purchase farinas, dextrine, sago flour,  wheat, rice, starch, as well as any other  kindred articles.  440  vs»c  Large Stock   -   -   Quick Delivery  Cs?3  Seymour 5710  1065 Pender St. W.  KLEVATORS     .  Darling, Frank & Co.,  1112 Homer .   V '  'Street    ...'. Sey. -1100-1101  ENCLOSURES  Pearson'Wire and  Iron  Wks....Fair.  2791  ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue  Print &  Drafting  Co.,  jjl    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  FENCES AND  GATES '*  Pearson  Wire and   Iron   Wks....Fair.  279 i  FIJtE CLAY  Balfour,   Guthrie   „   Co .S.  9197-6675  Evans, Coleman & Evans Ft. Col...S. 29S8  Gllley Broa.,, New Westminster. Phones 15,16  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 5fS Soy. St., S.47D5-479S  Ritchlo Con. & Sup. Co.. granvl. Bdg..S. 91 r.;  R.  V. Winch A Co..   Vinch Bid*.'., d. 279-1944  FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Kay. 1043  tiKK _vriN«;ui!sn_n systems.  Barr A Anderson.   lOtiii   Hcmer St ri.   61S0  FLOORING  J.  Fyfe Smith  A   Zo..   13i:t>   Richards. .S. 1L96  FORCINGS  Westminster   Iron  Works.   Nt",v Westminster     I'lione 53  GALVANIZING  T.   Watt,    22f.   Fifth'Ave.   \V....Fair.  971  GAS    APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Gas  Appliance  Co .S.    801  GLASS—ALL   KINDS.  W. N. O'Neti A Co     D13 Sey. St..   S. 4795-479?  II AUD WARE  Brown,   Fraaifr  &  Co..   UJ..   ll.W   Homer  St S. 7l5.r>  Flett, J. A.,  Ill  Hastings W..-.Sey. 2327-ii  HAKOWOOD   FLOORS  W.  N. O'Nell A Co..  .">4S Sey.  St.. .S. 4795-479S  J.   Fyfe  Smith   A  Co.   7320   Richards. .S. USB  IIAIWU'OOU LL'MUER  Smith,  J.   F>-fo &  Co..   1320   Richards. . S. 1196  HEATING—HOT   A1K,    s'J'EAM   AM>   VENTILATING  Bailey, E. A., 10:J3 Granville St S.   13G  liuir   A    Antlui-son,    10(>D    Homer   St...S. 61SU  Norman   Kyiid,   906   Davie  St Sey.  91-S3  HOISTING   ENGINES  Riiclile Con   A Sup. t:o.,  Cinnvl.   B()(;..S. 91iiJ  INSURANCE.  Ceperley,   Rounsefell   &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   Sey.   7vS20  R.   V.   Winch   &   Co.   Ltd..   Winch   Ithlg.   Sey.  279-1944  INTERIOR   I INIhll  Evans,  Coleman  A  Bvans,   It.  Col S. 298S  VV. N. O'Neil A Co.. 5-lS Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Kltehle. Con. A Sup.  Co..  U.-suiv.  Utlg. .S. Hiot  IRON   AND   HT1SEI.—STRt CTLRAI.  •"an. Northwest  Meel  Co.,   Ltd.  Prince   Kdward   St Fair.  2-396-7  Evnns,    Coleman   A    Evans.    Ft.    Coi.. .is. .'9SM  CouBhlan.   .1.   &   Sons,   World   Bldg S,   7u"l  Kitchitf. Con. & Hiiv,. Co.. Granv. B'lp..S. 91«J  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 v.cdar Hay. 1043  \V. X. O'Neil *. Co.. 5 If Sey. St. ,-S. 47.90-479S  T. Watt, 22"> Fifth Ave. W....Fair. 971  W'i'SUainnUfi-  iron   Work1*,   Nl'W  VVoMtrftltiNtt'r     Phone 33  IKON   AND   HTKEL—ORNAMENTAL.  A.11i?tic  Wire  ,S-   Iron   Works,   112-16  Dufferin     St.     V, Fair.  2648  Evsns,  Coleman  &  Evana,   ft.  Col H. 2988  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  VV. N. O'Neil A Co.. 548 Soy. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Pearson Wire and Iron Wks....Fair. 2791  KUclile Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. BftK-.M. Silts.  T. Wiitt, 225 Firth Ave. IV....Fair. 971  Westminster  Iron   VVorkn,   New Wi-slmiiislcr     I'Uoue D3  KALSOMINING  Dixon    ti   Murray S.  8765-   8766  LATH—METAL  Bvans. Colomap A Evans. Ft. Columb..S. 298S  W.  N. O'Nell ft Co.,  548 Sey.  St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.   91t;2  LIME.  Ralfour.   Out'irlB   &   Co S.   D197-B575  Bvans, Colernan A Evnns. Ft. Column. ..S. ^9n8  rUllf-y Broa,, New Wrslrnlnaler. . Phones 15, 16  VV. N. O'Neil A Co., 51.S S~v. St. . .H. 4795-479S  Itltffhle Con. & Sup. C; , Crunvlllc. .S. 91*2  U. V. Wlnnh Co, !.<]., Winch 1}i1k..S. 273-1944  LUMBER  Federal   Liunrmr   C».,    Itocerrt    lildn -S.  399S-9  MACHINERY  Ilrovvn,   Friwor   A   Co..   Mil..   11H• J   Homer  St 3.  715.1  DarliiiK,   Frank  &  Co.,   1142   Homer  .Street      Sey.  4 100-4101  W. N. O'Nell ft Co.. r<48 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. & Sup, Co.. Ornnvl. rid'jf. .S. 9IR)  The Holden Co., Ltd., 54 2 Pender St. W.  Sey.   lOOfi.  MACHINE    WORK  Cililis  Tool   &   Stamping   Works,  356  DulTerin   W I'air,   217fi  WflHtmliiHtar   Iron   Works,   New Westnilnsliir    I'htino 53  MANTKLH— HRICK.  TILE  ANI)  VV'OOO  Evsns, Coleman A  Evans,   ft.  Col n. 2Sg8  W N. C'Nell A Co.. 548 Sey. St.. .K. 4795-4798  Rltehio   Con.   _   Sui,.   Co.,   OranvlllcS. 91*2  l0   Ritchie   Con.   &  Bailey,  Barr A  Norman'  Bay. Si  ,S.  2VAS  . .S. 91*S  Pile   Drtvir.rf   Co..  ril'E—ff'RH'KK  Evans Coleman * Evans Ft. Colum. .S. 29S8  Gllley Bros., Ltd., New Weal.. . Phones 15. H  Ritchie Con. & -Sup. Co.. - Granville. .S. 91(2  R. V. Winch & Co.. Wlnci Bid.. .S. 279-1944  I'LASTER  Balfour,   Guthrie   .^-   Co S.  9I97-K57S  Evans. Coleman A Evai,j Ft. Colum. .S.'29SS  Gllley Bros., Ltd., New West. .'.Phones 15, 1*  VV. X. O'Neil A Co.. 54$ Sey. St.. ,S. 4795-479S  Ritchie. Con. A Suo. Co.. Granv. Bdic. .S. 9101  FLAeiTER   UO.AKI)  Evans.  Coleman  _' Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298*  XV. N*. O'Nell A Co., 54S Sey.  St.-.-R. 4795-4794  Ritchie   Con.   &   Sup.   Co..   Granville. .S. 9188  TLVSTKR   PARTITION   BLOCKS  Evans,  Coieman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  I'LASTER—ORNAMENTAL  Evans,   Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 29gg  ■W. X. O'Neil A Co.. 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-+7J8  Sup. Co.. Granville..S. 9161  I'Ll'MBING  E. A.. 1033 Granville St S.   136  Anderson... lObU    Horner    St.. .8. 6180  Kydd,  906   Davie  St... ... . .Sey. 9188  PNEUMATIC   TOOLS  D*irllnp; Frank & Co.,  1142 Homer _  - Street     «ey.   4100-110™  The Hold-an Co.,  Ltd.,  5 42 Pender St.  "W  Sey.   100 j  PRINTERS  Basrley, A.  G. & Sons.  Ltd.  516   Pender   W. ■-.. S*y.     316  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Central   Imblic   StenoKraphers.   Mime-  osraphiriK. 414  Dominion  _ldK.. Sey. 007S  Doinmion ■ hhie   Print   &   Drafting   Co..  5J1    Gran vile   St....'. Sev.    24°7-4670  ROOKING COMPOSITION  Evans. Coleman A 3vnr:s Ft ;o!um S "15'  The Barrett Co., Lai.. 10th X- Arinaus Bav." 63  VV. N. O'N.211 A Co.. 54S Sey. St...*-. 4795-*479S  Ritchie Con. A Sup. C. Granville. .S. 9162  Smith.   D.ivlilson   A VVrii hi.   Ltd..   Homer  and    Davie   Sts _ S.  955!»  ROOITNG— SIiKKT   META L  (See   Cornice   i ;ia    Konfing:)  ROOFING   .VAI'  ! The  barrctt Co..  Ltd.,   ltth&  Arbutus  Evans.  Coleman  A  Evan.-    Ft. Colum .  Ritchie Con.-A Sup. Co.. -.".ranvllle B..  ROI'K-MANU.A  Balfour,    Guthrie   ft    Co....    S. 9l97-657»  RUBBER   STAMPS  BaRley,  A.  G.  _  Sons,   LtQ.  510    Pender   \\" Sey.     316  SAFES—VAi;i.T  HOOKS  VV.  N.  O'Nfcil A  Co..  54S Sey.   SI...S. 4793-479i?  SANU    GRAVEL ANI) CKISIIKI)   HOCK  Evnns,   Coleman   A   Evans.   It.   Col S. 29S8  Gllley Bros.. Ltd.. New Wect.. . Phones 15. 1«  Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv.  BdK-.S. 9163  SASH    DOORS.   WINDOWS,    ETC.  VV.   N.  O'Nell A  Co.. 54."  S.;y.   SI...S. 4795-479*  SHEET   METAL  Sht-et  Melal   Work., Sey.  620  l,E   .VIANl FA<  It HKKS   AND   OrUl,  ERS.  (See   Luinber   ind   Snlngles.)  SHOW   CASES  &    Murray. S.  8765-  8766  'slate  Evans.   Coleman   A   Evuns    rt.   Coi S. 2988  VV. ,V O'Nell & Co.. S4S Sty. SI...S. 4795-4798  it. V. Winch A Co.. Winch BU1....S. 279-1944  Rltchbt. Con.  & Sup.  Co..  Granv.   ndg. .8. 916J  STEEL—REINFORCING.  HaUour.    Guthrie    A    Cu S. 'J 197-G57S  Evans.   Coleman   ft   Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2988  STORE    _    Oil ICE    FIXTURES   _    STORE  FRONTS  Dixon   .K:   Murray S8765-S766'  Evans.   Coleman   A   Evans.   It.   Col S. 2988  VV.   N.  CNeil ft  Co.,  548  Sey.   St...S.  4795  4798  TAR   AND    PITCH  The  Barrett  Co..   Ltd..  I0th\-  Arbutus   Bay.  63  Evana,   Coleman   A   Evans,   ft.   Col S. 29S8  TILE—DRAINING.  Evnns.   Coloman   ft   Evans     Ft. Colum. .S. 298*  Gllley  Bros.,   New  Westminster  Phones  15, 1«  Rltchl"   c;on.  A Sup.  Co.. Granv.  HdK-.S. 9161  TILE—FLOOR  AND   WALL  Evans,   Coleman  A   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  VV.  N.  O'Nell ft Co.,   54S iVy.   St...S. 4795-1798  TIN PLATES  Halfour,   Guthrie   A   Co S.   9197-6671  Evans,   Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298.1  K.   V.  Winch A Co.,   Winch  B!d...S.    279-1944  TOOL   STEEL  DarllriK,   Frank   ft,   Co.,   1142   St.   h.    4100-4101  VACUUM   CLEANING   NYM'KMS.  Barr   ft   Anderson,   li>B0   Homer  t,l S. 618«  WALL    HOARDS  Evans,   Coleman  ft   Evans,   ft.    ,'ol S. 2981  WATERPROOF COS.POUND  The  Barrett  Co..   Ltd.,   IOiIi,,'.   Arbutus  Hay.  63  Evans,   Coleman  ft  Evans,   ,'t.  Col S. 2 9KX  VV.  N.  O'Nell  ft Co,  lilS  St/.  SI...S. 4795-479K  WINDOW   SCREENS  •Arlisfic   Wire  ft   Iron   Work;,   I1..'1C  Dufferin     Si.      K [rair.  S. M. Morris ."t Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay.  VV. N. O Nell ft Co., 548 ,.iej . St, ..S. 4791-  l'carson   Wire and   Iron   \X'kx.   .Fair.  WIRE   WORKERS  Artistic   Wire  ft   Iron  Works,   I ]_  DulTerin    St.     K   I'eiirson  Wire and   Iron   Wks  WIRE .COPE  Halfour,    Guthrlo   ft    '.'o a. 9197-6571  Evans,  Colemun &  E'j>n«,   ft.  Col S. 2I)8'8  Ritchie. Con. A Hup, ( o.. Orn-nv.  Bilff- -S. 'JlKl  V   Winch  ft Co.. Wlnoh   B!ri\..S,    279-194*  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  •pjic    Barrett    Co.,    Ltd..    10th        Ave.  ami   Arbutus   St Hay.      63  Central  Ml ING  Dixon  ■16  Fair,  r.  .Fa I  264,<  1043  (51  264 «  7»4  R.  3  I  !:>v'  i  I  4  h  I  I


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