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 '?:$?ffj§!\i  ■■<*  i  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers.  Coversng British Columbia.  Murvww  MsW'iniiwisumi  Vol.  16,  No.  16,   Friday,  Jan.  17,   1919  Building' IViateriai  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  ■ W\''  O'Neil Co., Limited  548-550 Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  of  AOCOUKT     if.   lis     has    a    bs.nk  ACCOUNT.      No    account    is    to»  small   to  receive a.  courteous  vre.1-  eornn at til la  bank.  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,    ,.  446   Kaating'S-   St.   W.  J.   r.  MacDOKALD,   Manager  DOMINION  Pressed R RIC" 1^ Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank  Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  I.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  '.UII.DINO   PEBMITS   AMOUNTING   TO  S500   OB   OVER  ISSUED  AT   THI  VANCJOUVEB  CITY KALI. TESTBSB4.T  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  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.  BUILDING PERMITS      ■%  0801—N. E.  Hamilton, 249  Hastings  jE. Alter. $400.  979S—M. O. Olsen, 305 Alexander St.  Alterations  $150.00. »  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  —;:■   supplies-     :  Sole AsenU In Canada for  Chicago Pneumatic Tool Go.  .JBoy«r''Riv«trng'*^  -     Electris Tobls;   Rock prills;  Air Compro««or«;   -;  f FuerOil and Ga» Engines.       y -  MMtmi. Tsrsnts  542 rnitt St W., VaicNfir I.C,  Fsui.s«. iosr  ing    bylaw  floors.  "The owner, agent or occupant of  every building existing or hereinafter  constructed, devoted to the sale, storage or manufacture of merchandise  shall affix and display conspicuously  to the walls of each floor .of such building a placard stating the load per  square foot of floor surface which may  be safely applied to that particular  floor.  "The owner or tenants'-of buildings  of this class shall furnish the figures j  for   such   placards   (as   calculated   by i  some  competent architect or contrac-i  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd,  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  1150 Homer Street  Phono Soymour 7155  SUBURBAN   BUILDING   PERMITS  Arrangements   have   been   made   by  the  British  Columbia  Record  to  publish   the   building   permits   issued -in  both South'Vancouver-and Point Grey  municipalities   at  least  once  a  week.  This  will  enable  local  architects  and  contractors..to. keep in .close touch' with I tor) and^submit.the same to.the build  not only all permits issued in Vancou-Jing department;.for approval"'  ver city proper but also in practically I    The strict enforcement  of these al-  the whole  surrounding municipalities, [most forgotten clauses in the buildingf  :, ———-   . j'bylaw is expected to prevent to a great]  (extent, the - excessive and dangerous!  overloading which from time to time j  is brought to the attention of the build-j  ing department. Heretofore a protest [  from the building inspector has been!  passed on by the tenant to the owner)  and   back   again-to   the   tenant   with j  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 AArAr HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  CONTRACT AWARDED  FOR  NEW FACTORY TO MAKE  LIQUID  AIR  AND  GAS  L'Air Liquide Societie, a Montreal  I concern with a brancli factory at Tor-  j onto, has awarded the contract ror the  jerection of a new factory here for the f  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  BXAaO, CEAVVELa, AHOI.ES, PZkATSS, TEES, COX^HkOTS  COMF££T£LT XQVIFPZO FABBIUTnra SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT Ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  Xrimdon, Buff.  Montreal  •Winnipeg  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  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 Basting's W., Vancouver, B. C.  Cement Testing; Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing- I.anor»t«ry, Room Bl  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  manufacture of liquid' air.  (954  17th   Ave.   W.  was  the successful  i bidder for the const ruction or the fac-  tory which is to be built on a site  I which has been purchased at the cor-  ■ ner of Fifth Avenue and Yukon street.  j The new factory as shown on the plans  ! will be So by 75 feet in size, of brick  | construction and two stories high. The  J building will cost $2r>,000 and as u will  ' house machinery that lias been order-  ' ed in the east which will total at least  ; double the cost of the factory, tlie construction of tlie latter is ouue massive  | in some respects.  \     Plans for the new factory which will  be   the   only   one   in   Canada   west   of j  S. J. Newitt! nothing done in the great majority of!  cases. In the case of ''passing thej  buck" now after having been duly noti-j  fied. the owner or agent, or both, may j  be dealt with by the city license de-1  partment.  Fairmont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver, B. C.  INSTITUTE  ADOPTS  THIS   JOURNAL  AS   ITS  OFFICIAL PUBLICATION  The Engineering and Technical Institute of British Columbia, at its last  monthly meeting held last Monday, unanimously decided to adopt the ''British Columbia Record" as its official  organ. Hereafter all official notices  regarding  the  activities   of   the   local  Toronto, have been prepared by Archi-j branch of the Institute will appear in  1  Gili<ey SBros.9 LfccL  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Ail Kinds of Building'Material  902  Columbia StreetjWest  Phone 15 and 16 New Westminster, B.C.  j teet Whitehead of Toronto who will  ! superintend the construction. In addition to manufacturing limnd air,  which is simply atmospnerc reduced to  about ?.00 degrees below zero when it  assumes a liquid form :rnd >.; used for  many commercial pur-pesos, the concern also intends to go ■;•. ;':•:• the manufacture of aceytlene gas and do ox-  acoytlene welding of all kinds  of its side issues.  the Record.  DOMINION   GOVERNMENT j  CONTRACTS  ARE AWARDED1  The Department of Public Works an-;  nounces that the following contracts-  have been awarded:— ,  Kingston.   Out.—Construction   of   a  tuberculosis pavilion at Mowat saiiator-l  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  WFNCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone S037  l .  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORM C0.,LTS  fVlHIwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   northern   Bly.   I>epot 1917  Calg-ary  Armory    1918  Boosland   High   School 1918  ■Tranqulllo   Sanitorlam    1918  Phone Westminster 473  •r.able.s  ti.s  l'U  at  any  , i      Our stt.'jun hi-.'ittHl  plant  1    to   !ii;inu!';ieturu  Venooi'   \V  season  of  the:  your.  We are now manufacturing interior  tlttinys; for tho new it. (.'. Telephone  HuilcU.n(;'ii head utile6 in Quarter Cut  Oak.  1259—6th  St.,  East Burnaby  BUILDING   INSPECTOR   TO  ENFORCE   REGULATIONS  ON OVERLOADING FLOORS  With the advent of the new year  and tlie* putting into effect of the new  Trades License Bylaw combined with  a much closer co-operation between  the city building inspector's department and other civic departments  through the    system    of    licensing all j  businesses   in   the   citv.     Building   In- i  i I  speotor  R.   A.    McKenzie    intends   to j  strictly enforce two clauses or tlie city!  I building regulations  which  have often |  i been allowed to lapse or remain a dead-i  i letter.     These  two   particular  clauses  I refer  to   tho   overloading  of   floors   in  j warehouses,    storage     rooms  or  even  ' shops,  carrying such articles as hardware, where the floor load often runs  up to a considerable figure.  Building Inspector McKenzie plans  (o send out notices shortly from his  department calling especial attention  to those two clauses of the city's build-  as one/ium-     Contractor.   Henry   Hunter,   ofj  ' Kingston, at ?2.°..-(00.    Order in Council'  dated December 115, 101S. I  Freeport. Ont.—Construction of tub-!  erculosis pavilion re militarv hospital.:  Contractors. Dunker Bros., of Kitchener. Ont.. at $11,800. Order in Conn-1  cil dated December Itj, 101$.  LOCAL AGENT TAKES OVER  ENTIRE BRICK OUTPUT  Mr. '.I. T. A. Ritchie, who has recently returned from service overseas and  who prior to enlistment was a member  of the Ritchie Contracting and Supply  Company, Ltd.. has taken over the entire output of the Gabriola Shale Products. Ltd.. whose factory is located  at Gabriola island.  Mr. Ritchie has opened offices at 42"i  Standard bank building, and In addi- i  tion to his brick contract, also re pre-1  sents several well-known manufactur-!  ers lines, among which is the .Toilette j  Steel Company of Montreal, which j  manufacturers steel castings for mar-1  inc. shipbuilding and general commer  (Continued  on  j>ag«i  <.)  We have just received a large shipment  of  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  itchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53 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 Buildinj,'. Contracting, limjiiioeriiig-. Industrial, -Shipbuilding, Mining, Automobile, Pro.  ■vincial.   City   and   Harbor -Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  N. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 90S GranvilJe St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  Office and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription Rates  One month   .....$1.00  Six-'months" : $5.00! to reap the benefit.    In other words, I  All subscriptions are  payable strictly in adyance   (I() not, believe, we are going to see any  marked and immediate drastic decline  get it.    They are going to get'left in- usual condition affecting all industries  stead and the men who had enterprise  which has existed'during the period,"  enough to go ahead with their undertakings  just at this  period are going  OrPICIAL  ORGAN.  ,.; The: Britisli Columbia Record, is the  official organ of The Architectural In.sti-"  tute of British Columbia, federated with  The Royal Architectural Institute of  Canada., and The ICnKiiieeriim' & Technical Institute of British Columbia, and  as such is used by them as the medium  through which to make their official announcements   to   the  s.-eneral   public.  By   such  selection  the  British   Columbia   Record   is   no   wise   pledged   to   editorial   support   of   any   policy   advanced, ,..     .  hy these societies, but maintains an abso-  moreover, we can expect-no immediate  likely   independent  position  on  ait   niu.i- -decline.    The process of'deflation I be-  ters'subject to editorial opinion.                  I    .                  .       '       .                                                          m   close  touch  with  these  things   all  says President .Mayer in a New York  report.    "It appears to me, and to the  engineers   directly   in   charge   of   the  construction work, and therefore most  familiar with the  conditions,  that the  in   commodity  prices.    There  is  such  estimate  made  that  the  plant  should  a world-wide scarcity of many- materi- commence    operations     this     coming  als and productions costs are going to j summer, will be realized."  continue    abnormally   high ror   some  time.  "We  have    hart  perhaps.a    certain  amount of inflation. To tlie extent that  "In view of the fact that ample ore  had been developed to supply the mill  for  many  years,   the  mine   was  shut  ply tonnage to the mill on its completion. The mine camp at this time is  completely closed down.  "The1 expectancy of developing considerable additional ore remains the  same and a substantial area is still to  be' prospected to confirm the known  possibilities in this direction."  H.D.Rees     WAKruse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  present prices are due  to" that cause  <iown in September, sufficient development work having been done to quick-  NO    IMMEDIATE   DROP    EXPECTED  There is a tendency on  the part of  lieve will be gradual and men'who are  predict that it may take a couple of 1  years before there will be any marked!  reduction in prices.  BUSINESS ITEMS  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sty. 1224  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and  Office Fixtures  General Repairs  GENERAL   ELECTRIC   CO.  BOSTON.—A sharp reduction In per-  MINING  Vancouver business men to- hold back  new    enterprises    in    expectation    of  lower  "commodity    prices and wages.  This  is  a  mistake,  in  the  opinion  of  Mayor Gale, who has been consulting  -with a number of prominent merchants j  in  various lines of supply, and  all.of  HAS ORE FOR MANY  whom   predict  no  immediate   drop  in YEARS IN THE FUTURE  prices,of either building  material  or pre..dent ^   .q.   ^^   Co  any commodity whose scarcty owmg Ma(<es statement"  to the war has caused an increase m| ..-.>■  .  '"" " surrounding    the  1  its price.  ■'.''I have no sympathy with the man  «who is holding back from starting  building or other enterprises, awaiting lower prices," said the mayor.  "The people who are awaiting a drastic decline in prices are-not;; going to  ly place, the mine in a position to sup- j centage    of    manufacturing   expenses  ••••••• • .».-.... ; featured the operations oi ihe General  T a   )  f j I Electric   Co.   during   the   first   half   ofi  ? .    f I  191S.    hi that six months' period, cost  of sales represented 77.6 per cent, of  gross  earnings.    This  compared   with  manufacturing ratio of S2.5 per cent.'  in the first half of 1.917, and with S.j.2  per cent for all of 1917. In the four  years, 1912-15, inclusive, it cost Gen-  f eral Electric about 90c out of each dol-  j   lar to produce its goods  Business  Paper  Advertising  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabiuots, etc.  Switches  designed  and   built   for  any  special  work.  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  "The conditions  business of the Canada Copper corporation generally , speaking, and particularly the completion of the underground program at the mine arid the  progress in the construction of the  mill, have been entirely satisfactory,  the schedule set for this work having  '''been  maintained to date, despite' the] *  325 Howe St.  Sey. 3768- Bay.H28R  The Buying Power per Sub- J  scriber. Represents an Infi- ?  nitely Greater Sum than the i  Buving Power of Anv Other I  Glass of Publication, Because |  Each '.Buyer Purchases for ?  Business and not for Private I  Consumption .  ;  •  .    ■"■■   t  ■■"    •   J  -••••••••••»*M •-••*«>>••.•« >•••••»•-*»«• «•«••.•.•*  219 Keefer St.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING      /  "Ready Plumbing"   '  with working blue prints for country  installations  906 Davie St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER ,  The    hydro-electric    energy already!  developed   in  Western   Canada  aggregates about 359,000 horse-power, 76,000,|  in Manitoba,    33,000. in    Alberta, and 1  250,000 in British Columbia, as shown  by a pamphlet entitled "Fuels of West'  ern Canada," by James White, assistant to the chairman, and deputy head,  Commission of Conservation.  PHlfcABILPHIA  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  ISi Hiwi St.  Straw 1189  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Maklnsr Fixtures *  Sejnoir 1163 73 S Helnckea St  Bamberton Cement  i  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  Vancouver and Victoria  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Credit-Fancier BUg. f«ce«Ter, B.C-  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  o     General Contractors  589 Richards St ? Seynonr 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Sermtnr 3535 601 Pacific Bldg.  NEWWQRK --CONTRACTS LET  THI   FOLLOWING   TABLE   SHOWS   BUILOIsTaB    COSTING    $5,000    OB    OVER,     OI?     WHICH     CONSTRUCTION  UNDER WAY, OS ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  XS  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bldg.  Seymour B586  Character   .Coat  Residence  $7,500  Tuberculosis   Clinic ,.   47,130  Grain   Elevator    70,000  Church   35,000  Commercial   Iildgs.   . .'   25,000  Residence    "9,000  Residence    10,000  Residences  each    4,000  Brick   Building   Uungalows      6,000  Residence        7,000  Mill" Warehouse   $5,000  Itesidence ; 7500  Bungalow ..- 7595  Remodelling   Building     10.000  Residence '. $5,000  Powdered    Fuel    Plant $39,000  Dwelling      5,000  Warehouse    8.000  Residence            8,000  Remodel   Boarding   House ......$5,000  Two  Story  Brick $20,000  Residence    $10,000  itesidence    $9000  Dwelling   $6,500  Temporary Hosp  $30,000  Liquid   Air   Plant    $25,000  VANCOUVER  Location          Ownir  Shaughnessy   Heights F.   A.   Dietrick  Pender Street   .. . Rotary Club  Beach Ave   : Chas.. P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St;. .First Church of Christ Set.  Fairyiewand Point  Grey.. University of B.  C.  Shaughnessy  Heights    .S.  J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    G.   \V.   Tornrooa  Angus   Ave Macaulay   &   Nicolls  Seymour  St '. '. ....B.   C.  Tel.   Co.  -Vagec Allan   &   Richards  '2875   Alder  Street.... A.   R.   McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &    Grain    Co.  1906 Trafalgar  .VV. A. Cantelon  1435 15th  Ave.  W.... H.  D.  Chriatie  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. W. Racev  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'I Hosp.  Sth and Yukon Sts...L'Air Liquid Society  Archt _  contr.  Fred L. Townley .S. J. Newitt I  J.  A.   Benzie Baynes  &  Horie  H.  H.  Gillingham     Owners  Matheson S: DeGuerre  Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson S.   N.   McLeod  Jas.  A.  Benzie _..:...S. J.  Newitt  Jas.   A.   Benzie S.   \.   Newitt  A.   E.  Henderson S. J.  Newitt  Owners Adkison & Dill  Fred   I     Townley  G:   M.   Champion  Ve«i   J;-   Townley J°h"   B-   Sterling  A.   E.   Henderson . ...D.   &   W.   Gray  £re£ U^Townley Day Labor  '?' P' Cn0rl9tle  "W. J. Read  Gardiner.&   Mercer Harrison   &  Lamond  Er?,d   L   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller  Engineering   Co. .Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.  v - •     Owner  Pwne/S r,'' ' '• Dixon   &   Murray  las.  A.  Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  ......„.....: h.   R.   Glass  E.  E. Blackmore   Edgar WIIboii  James A. Benzie g. j. Newitt  Kdwardes  Sproat  ....s.  j   Newitt  - -  G. Milne  Owners   Owners  Owners  g.  j.  Newitt  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main St Seymour 4878  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Stymirar 1274  BOB Metropolitan BWg.  Character  —  Co«t  42-Mile   Extension     300.000  Hastings-Harnet   Road       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 J  Residence            5,000  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL  L  RUSH & READ  PLAIN      AND       ORNAMENTAL  PLASTERING    &    CEME1TT    WORK  All Work  Guaranteed.  Hay.   3370 2;!0G   Stephen*   St.  Bay.   1C02-R  Location     Owner  Clinton P.G.E.    Railway  Hastings  St.  E   Victoria         Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  . North    Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzen. .Amcr.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   .Mountain li.   C.   Copper   Co.  Out   Chua Queen   Bess   Mining   Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt....B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Tranquille R.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster   River—Comox    Dist.-.Prov.    Govenn't I  Englishman's   River,   Alberni   Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  Clayoquot.. ..Clayoquot Cold Stor. & Can.  Co,  Eburne    T.   H. ' Heather  arch  Contr.   Northern   Const.   Co.     Cotton Co.   R.   Moncricf!   Arm.-trong,   Morrison   &   Co..   Ltd   Carter,  Halls  &  Aldingcr   Hodgson .t   King  Owners       Owners  Owners             Owner   VV".   P.   Tierncy  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wks  Dept... Robertson &  Partners  Prov.    Pub.    Wks.    Dept Wm.   Grccnlees  W '.'.'.''.',',"V ' '^     Owners  Public  Works  Dept Hodgson  &  King   Owners  Owner  s.  J. Newitt  6-S. A. Wiiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Altera  tions, etc.  1350  ■ Bib Me. W.  Eayriew  Ml  "I1,"    "III."!'!  HH52H  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  ©SOB)  THE BATTERY  FOR YOUR CAR  40 per cent, longer life  18   months'   Guarantee  PRICE    NO    HIGHER  f.      Call and see us when passing  JARVIS  ELECTRIC CO.  570 Bicharda  St.  Distributors for ii. C.  Seymonr 175  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize ivi prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •B-C-ELECTR(^  SERVICE   24    HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  USE  ELASTIGU  -The  Tough,   Elastic,  Adhesive  Cement  •   (Ready  for \ise.)\'7  .!■■'•  FOR YOUR 7m  LEAKY R0|  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY. Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street        -        -        VANCOUVER    B   C  Phone Bay. 63  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and.Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone HlKhland 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  PILING »° POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1309  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  "OCEAN FALLS"  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. ■;y»?Vf»  BRITISH GOLUMBIA RECORD  MOUSE   PAINTS  2"> Colors,  $3._fi  Gallon  OH and Creosote Shingle Stains  $1.20  Gallon  Marine   Retlnts  ANTI-DAMP—Everyone   Uses   It  W.  S.  HARVEY  MFG.  CO.  1063 Granville St. Sey.-3497  SHIPPING AND FOREIGN  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  li  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY    SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  CANADIAN   EXPORTS  FOR  OCTOBER  October exports  from  Canada  totalled    ,$12!), r,,vl, -m     in    October,     11)18.  nsa.iii.sl  SluS.im.T'M   in  October,   191.7.  j For the seven  montlm of  the current  ; I'u-cal- year  ended 'with   October   they  j were   ?720,i:5!),l.i.'.2   as   compared   w It'll  | ?!)21 ,%7,<!<><:; in 11)17 and $022,033,080 in  ! 11)10.  j     Imports for consumption in October.  | 1DIS,   wan:   only   $2,572,147   boiow   Oc-  i tcber  record   of  $78,1.13,1)02,   made   in  J10I7.    For the seven months they were ,  | cut down $07,005,157.   Of this decrease!  '$37,712,801 was in the free list.  TRADE WITH SOUTH AFRICA  Canada imported from ttritish South  Africa during the fiscal period 1013-17  dutiable goods valued al $80,000 in  1013; $01,502 in 10M; $7,420 In 1015;  $7,384 in 1010; and $18,004 in 1017;  and free merchandise to the value of  *1S0,793 In 1013; $383,201 in 1014;  5307,407 in 1015; $108,41)5 in 1010; and  $202,872 in 1917. In these imports diamonds and feathers are large items.  During the same period Canada's  exports to South Africa were valued at  RIM0,513 in 1S13; $3,834,592 in 1014;  $4,045,580 in 1915; $5,500,081 in 101.0;  and $4,452,939 in 1&17. Produce of the  forest made up most of these exports.  Tlie figures are from the trade report  of the Department of Customs ror 19'17.  CAMOUFLAGE.  Come to think of it, the greatest hit,  of camouflage in the war was the posing of tlie German navy as a real battle fleet.  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  information       regardins  a separate sheet ami .slate opportunity  number. The Huroau <lo<;s not furnish  credit rat'n^.s or assume responsibility  as to tlie .standing of' foreign iii'toiriuK;  the iisual precautions should be taken  in 'all   cases.  Additional  tll*:Sr:  X.A.TEST   ENQUIRIES.  The following Inquiries are the. latest  received, for rapid perusal the reader  rriny know at; a ghi.ncc items of interest by noting the class of uood.s mentioned   at   the   end   of   each   inquiry.  JlIPOItTANT- -Quote the nuinber of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  323. Canned. Fears and Gallon Apples.  —A Liverpool firm' offer ,to act -is packers' ;i«ent.s for the distribution of tlie  above. They state they art- in a position to dispose of lurn" quantities.  924. Canned Goods. — A Liverpool  firm would like to be placed in communication '.villi shippers ol' all kinds of canned woods, with-a view to acting as  sales agent for  the  United  Kingdom.  925. Apples.—A Bristol firm asks for  cabled offers of No. 1 winter apples in  barrels.  Artistic Wire & iron Wks.  Manufacturer!*  Ornamental Iron "Work and  all  kinds  of  Wire "Work.  11,2-16   Dufferin   St.  Fair.   26-IS  ,   , ,      92G.    Molybdenum   Concentrates. — A  inquiries   may   be   obtained   from | sheflleld     manufacturer    of    carbonless  the Secretary oT the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application lo "The  Commercial Intelligence . ranch of the  Department- of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa." '  .   Cot-respondents  are requested  to quote  the   number  of  the   "opportunity"   when  asking  for  additional   information.     He-  j.uest  for. each  opportunity should   be on  RENTS COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley.   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  >9 Hastings St. MT. Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820  SERVICE  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C.  FACT vs. FANCY  PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE nther than APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear and tear of the  daily Rrind. Faint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never "yet PAID a single repair bill.  LITTLE GIANT [VICTOR 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 .r.0% lower operating: cost than any other Truck on the market.  We vaporize the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into the cylinders.  Your service work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  at no Cost to you.  Seymour 331  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Paeiiic  Vancouver  metals and alloys wishes to x-X Into  touch with shippers of the above, with  a view to  future purchases.  927. Agency—Linseed Cakes.— A firm  in Oelft, Holland, wishes to secure the  agency for Holland of Canadian manufacturer of linseed cakes and- similar  cattle food.  928. Pood Products.—A firm" in Holland, with headquarters at liauue and  branch offices at Rotterdam and Ghent,  Belgium,   would  like  to  enter  into  com-  s  and  Manufacturers//  w-  C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  I *  BUSINESS (VIEN  will find the  ORPHEUM CAPE  an ideal meeting place for I he  Luncheon Hour. The Kest of  Everything, , Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  capacity  250.    ■     ,  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas.  Dwyer,  Proprietor & Chef  ■■  G.  Kslgren  ;  G<?  nera! Contractor  962  Kill  Ave.  Fairmont  9461  I  f/mKmmsslmf^^  mercial relations with Canadian exporters ana producers,of the following foodstuffs: Wheat, rolled oats, wheat fiour  sun-dried and evaporated apples, jams'  canned, fruits, meats, lobster and' salmon,   bacon,   hams, and   lard.  929. AutonioMlea,' Motorcycles and  AUtoniotila -.ccea.ories.—A 'firm at The  Ha.Ki.-e, Holland, is desirous of £«ttiriK  into touch with Canadian manufacturers  ot actoniolules, 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',  (.roods suggested are steel and copper  wire, wire nails, etc., mica, chemicals,  leather for uohol.stering -trades, wood-  pulp, etc. "  931. Crude Asbestos.—A firm in Amsterdam, Holland, desires the addresses  ot Canadian manufacturers of crude  asbestos.  932. CeUulose,  Chemicals and Metalo,  Boots   and    Snoea,   Pood    Prodacts.—An |  import   house   in   Milan   wishes   to   hear'  from   Canadian   exporters   of   the   foregoing products.  933. Telephone and Telegraphic Material and Electrical Measuring- Apparatus.—A     firm     in     Milan     inquires     tor  i Canadian telephone and telegraphic  j material and electrical measuring in-  I struments.  S34.    Industrial   Chemicals,    MetaUur-  i gical  Products    and    Metalr,    Refactory  : Material.—A firm in Milan wishes" to get  1 in touch with Canadian firms with a view  to  obtaining  exclusive agencies  in  Italy  for    industral    chemicals,    metallurgical  'iTvfVcts'-atid  metals and refractory  material.  • '    bao.    Flour.—A   firm   in   Barbados,   in  ! commission  business,  desires  an  agency  1 for a'Canadian fiour milling firm. .-  i     936.    Pollard   and   Middlings.—A   firm  of     commission *   merchants,   'Barbados,;  ! would like to get in touch with Canadian j  ' manufacturers  of-pollard. J  j      £»37.    Jtfiscuits and Bread.—-A-Barbados i-  j firm :.of   commission    merchants    invites  {correspondence       with        manufacturers j  (Canadian)   of bread and  biscuits. ' i  93S.    Hain3 and Bacon.—A long-estab- I  j lished   firm   of   grocers   and   commission j  •merchants  desires  to  get   in   touch  with j  ! Canadian exporters of nams and bacon.     i  •     940.    jftg-ency.—A    Canadian    exporting)  firm with agents in France wishes to. se-j  : cure   the   exclusive   agencies    of   Cana- J  ; dian  manufacturers  tor I' ranee and  Bel- j  i gium in any line that may be in demand  for  the immediate future.  ,     941.    Ag-ency,   Great    Britain,    Prance,  . Italy or Belgium.— French gentleman desires   to   g'.t   in   touch     with    Canadian  ! manufacturers and  wholesale merchants  j who desire representation  in any of the  j above countries.    Inquirer claims to have  'connections in these countries of thirty-  five  years'  standing.     He  would  also  be j  willing- to   represent   Canadian   firms   at I  the Lyons Fair.    References supplied. |  942.    Pa-oer, 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.  I     943.    Agency, 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 manufacturers of construction materials, steel,  paint, varnishes, etc., and construction  and hardware materials in general.  946. Furs, Lumber, Canned Goods,  Agencies.—An agent  is  willing  to accept  ■ the  representation  of any  Canadian   firm  dealing in  the above-mentioned products.  947. Canned Goods.—A commission  agent invites correspondence with Canadian manufacturers of canned goods, and  is  willing to aeovpt  agencies  for  France.  948. Agencies.— A commission agent  wishes to get the representation of any  Canadian  house.  j 949. Agency.—French firm, establish-  ] rd in Paris, with several branches in in-  ; rlustrial districts in France, would accept  i mentation of Canadian firms in France,  'and Belgium of all kinds of supplies for  ! manufacturers.  950.    Agency.—In   order   to   help   trade  | between Canada and Italy, a big financial j  iconcern in  Italy is ready to get in touch ,  with Canadian importers of Italian goods  j or exporters of Canadian articles.  j     951.    Oils, White Lead, Etc.—A French  I 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      French,  manufacturers of boots and shoes,  agent   would   like   to   represent.   Canadian  954. Feathers. — A French agent  wishes to tret In touch with Canadian  firms dealing in feathers.  955. Apples.—A French firm would  like to import Canadian apples.  256. Pood Products.—An naont in  Marseilles wants food products from  Canada.  957. Iron and Steel.— A French agent  n-,tuir"s r-nrescntation in France of  Canadian firm exporting steel and  iron.      i  958. A    returned    French-' 'a nudum   of-|  (leer,    wlio    previous    to    enlist meiH    had  extensive experience in  the builders' snp-  "ies trade, wishes to nrrantre for reore- |  Ceneva would Mice to represent I  He is fluent in both French 'and Bullish..  Can refer to leading Canadian architects;  and   builders.  959. Agency.- -A     commission    mcrch-  i ant   in   Paris   is   anxious   to   get   in   touch  jwith   Canadian   trade   for   import  ' port.   (Continued  on  rage  <.)  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  Lite-rally a standard truck  throughout. Continental  Red Seal Motor, Tim ken-  David Brown 'worm gear  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spieer universal joints.  Two. three and a half and  ',: five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260  Granville.  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS; WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing- too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2944  Office, Sey. 7075 Res., Fair. 213SL  J. H. Healey  O-TOMETEIST  Glasses  fitted for  the  relief  of  all  kinds    of    eye    strain    and    nervous  headache.  825 Blrks Bldg. Vancouver, B. C,  I  DBTTGLSSS    KEAL-NG  W. 1. Downie,   D.M.T.  __R. BTJSI-tESS MAK  It- will pay. you to investigate my  methods and treatment if you want  to  keep  fit.     See next  advertisement.  928  ard 929  Bir_«  Piilding,  Y-_co_ve_, B. C.  Seymour $03 Seymour  72-tSR  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries .  The larva's Electric Company. Ltd.  570  Richards   St.  'Phone   Seymour   175  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanize Everything by Hot  Process  Ornamental  Iron  Work,  Iron  Stairs,  Tire  Escapes  Railings  Gates,       Fences,       Blacksmith Work  Iron   and   Steel  Bars.    Irou   Work   for  Steel awl Wooden Ships. Castings,  Pole   Line  Hardware,   1'ipe   Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  225  IRON AND CiALVANIZIING WORKS  5th   Avenue West Vanccavcr, 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 Conipany  Seymour 3_65  833 Pender St. West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  V_««,  I   P  and   ex- |;^V'' .
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SEALS     STENCILS.   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS
KEV    TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     ETC'
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BARR & ANDERSON
PLUMBING and HEATING
International
Automatic
Sprinkler
Equipment
Phone Se/mo-f 6180
1080 Korner St
Vancouver B
(Continued from i;a„o  1)
oial use. Mr. Ritchie anticipates a
brisk demand amongst contractor's for
Dominion Brick, which is a reel pressed shale brick which will be marketed
as a common brick. The plant is in
a position to handle all orders to any
point in British Columbia.
castle, firm
in tin lea t ion
mouldings.
asks   to   be   plao-d   in   coin-
witli 'exporters of doors and
Items below have been published
iu these colamus heretofore, hut are
carried for ready reforenco for a few
days pending the publication of later
inanirie*.
Fraser River
pilemm co.
PROPOSALS   WANTED
MTSCETJ_.A_rEOTjrS    PBOFOSA-3
The imperial Oil Company will start
work shortly on the construction of a
gasoline and oil service station to bo
erected   on   the   corner  of  Dunsmuir
and Howe  streets.    Tlie new station
will be similar to the one erected by
the company on the corner of Columbia and Cordova streets and will contain many unique features, such as a
ladies'   and   gentleman's   rest   rooms,
etc.      The   outside    grounds  will   be
artistically arranged with flower beds,
grass plots and shrubs, the whole constituting a very pleasing effect. ' The
cost of the improvements will be approximately  $15,000.
p.
LIMITED
_. Jones, Mg_.
WHARF BWLDmGi
--.'.BRIDGES,'
PILE FOUNDATIONS,
-:':.-Eie.;   '.
Owners of Tug "CLIVE"
General Towing
324 Front St. New Wastoiinster
Tefsphone 1015
DIXON & MURRAY
MANUFACTURERS OF
SHOW CASES, OFFICE
Mti STORE FITTINGS    :.
GENEm CARPENTER WORK
PAIWTINS, PAPER HANG-
IHS anif-KALSaMINiNG
Sey. 8785      Sey. 8766
1065 Dunsmuir St.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. ,
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED
to the undersigned and endorsed
"Tender for Dockyard Wharf at Esquimau, B. C," will be received at
this oflice until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, January 24, 1919, for the recon-
i struction of the dockyard wharf at
Esquimalt,  B,  C.  .
Plans and forms of contract can be
seen and specifications and forms of
tender obtained at this Department,
at"the'.'office.'of'the' District Engineer,
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
• i
Each tender must   be accompanied j
by an accepted cheque on a chartered!
bank and payable to the order of the;
Minister   of   Public   Works   equal   to j 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 tlie intending bidder submit a regular bid.■
By order,
R.  C. DESROCHER3,
Secretary.
Department  of Public  Works,  Ottawa. December 21, 191S.
963. Codfish and  Smoked Herring's.—
A Greek exporter In New Vork hut in-
ciuirlc- from Greece for Canadian codfish  and  smoked  herriri.ns.
964. Salmon and"'_.obstc-rs.—A ."Manchester firm wishes to enter into correspondence with Canadinn exporter- of
canned salmon and lobsters, with a view
to sole representation as soon as conditions permit.
965. Canned Pmits. — A Manchester
firm of produce brokers is open to represent canners of fruits having no representative   in   the   United   Kini.'dor.i.
965. Farinaceous Materials.—An Influential Manchester firm is open-to purchase farinas, dextrine, sa^o llour,
wheat, rice, starch, as well as any other
kindred articles.
967. Tats and OilB.—A Manchester
firm wishes to receive quotations and
prices from Canadian firms having fats
and oils for sale.
968. ,Offlce Purniture.—A Manchester
firm is open to purchase oflice and library desks and chairs.        „    ,
969. Domestic rn._nitu.ro.—-A Manchester firm wishes to hear from Canadian manufacturers of domestic furniture,  particularly bedroom  suites.
970. Oils and Pats.—A Manchester
firm is open to purchase whale and fish
oils, also other fats suitable for distillation.--,
971. Paper.—The London branch of
a Belyian company asks to be. placed in
correspondence with Canadian manufacturers of writing, printirfg- and wrapping
paper,, in a position to ship orders to
India, Burma, the Persian gulf and ether
eastern  countries."
972. Wood-pulp.—A Liverpool' firm I
wishes to hear from exporters of wood-I
pulp.
973. "Wrapping- and -lews Papers.—
A Liverpool lirm wishes to get into
touch with exporters of wrapping and
news papers.
974. Xiinseea CaXes.—A Liverpool
firm wishes to be placed in communication with  exporters of linseed' cakes.
975. Hay.—A Liverpool lirm ask to
be placed in communication with exporters of hay, with a view to future
business.
976. Asbestos Fibre.—A Newcastle
firm, in a position to place orders tor
asbestos fibre in 50 to 100-ton lots, ask
for Canadian offers. They also .Inquire
for   j).sbesto.s-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.    Boors.—A Liverpool',firm  wishes
hear from firms in a position to offer
T BROS.
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
ROOFING   SPECIALISTS
Design and Build
511 Dunsmuir St.
Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.
E59_3__3_____fflK^^
Sey.
3315
Business Directory and
Buyers'Guide
When Buying Bulletins Material and Supplies
Patronize Record Advertisers
982. Birch.—A .Manchester firm of
timber Importers wishes to hear from
exporters of birch boards and planks;
also birch in si/.es of 12-lnch, 15-lnch,
10-inch and 18-Inch square of l!i-Inch-
thick.
983. Birch.—A Manchester firm Inquires for exporters of birch In varying
sizes and qualities. ■   ' ■   t,
984. Hardware.—A Manchester firm
is in a position to represent Canadian
manufacturers of general hardware, also
any other commodities saleable by Ironmongers. '  ..'■
ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES
Dominion   lllue  Print &■ Drafting. Co., ,
531    Granville . St...'..:.;....Sey.  2497-4670
AKCIIITKCTrRAL    TKKRA,.   COT-A.
Kvans,  Coieman  A  Evam,  Ft.   Col. St., S. 29S8
O'N'ell.   Wm.  N.  Co. 'tab,   518  Seymour.S. 47*-• 5
Ritchie   Con.    A    Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Grim.    :.:.
Bride©        ....   8.9162
ASPHALT   FELT.
Evans,  Coloman A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988
The. Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,  I Oth. * Arbutus  Itay. 63
Ceperley,
AUTOMOBILE
Rounsefell   ft
INSURANCE,
Co..   Winch
Home   Dank   of
BANKS
Canada.. ..
Bldg.
Sey.  7820
..».  5270
BANK.   OFFICII   &   STOKE   FITTINGS
The   lames   Brookes   Woodworking Co.
Ltd.,  1259 6ih S.  IC.  IJuriiaby. .West.  473
BLUE   PRINTS
Dominion  IIhie  Print ft   Drafting  Co.,
531    Granville   St ...Sey.  2497-4670
•1670
2988
4798
M7G
473.
 S.  5004
■ . .Sey.
..Sc-y.
331
J5o5
985. Machinery.;—A Manchester firm
is open to represent -manufacturers of
machinery, machine tools and engineers'
tools.
98G. Buttons.— A London company,
mainly encaged in trade with Italy, asks
for the addresses of the. principal Canadian manufacturers of buttons.
S87. "Wheat and Flour, Oats and Barley, Etc.—A London firm, stated to have
been long engaged in tho trade, • wishes
to secure agency of a first-class Canadian shipper of wheat .and flour.' oats,
barley, and their products. '.    •
FOR SALE
and
EXCHANGE
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i yellow pine .doors, four longitudinal
j panels, planted moulds. They are in a
i position to place orders for 1.000 doors.
979. Cardboard.—A Liverpool firm
desires to get into touch-with exporters
of cardboard.
980. Hgg* and Butter.—-V Newcastle
firm asks to be placed In touch with exporters of  eggs and. butter . -.
981. Birch.—A Manchester firm, importing on a large scale, wishes to hear
from exporters of birch in?/log, plank,
and  board form. ',v       tX       ■•
MACHINERY
Ag-ents   Tor
Xylite   Grease   and   Perfection   Oils
SJcooktini   -.ogrgingr   Block
4-72   in.   by   IS   ft.   boilers   160   lbs.
2   Coal   dryers  suitable   for. fish.
All  sizes  of cable   in   stock.
T.  A.  WAI.3H  Sc   CO.r
Alexander St. Sey. 4738
Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds' Bought
and   Sold.
B. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.
Bank of Ottawa Bids. Bey. 9040
TELEPHONE DATA
INS-AX-LA-IONS
E.A.BA.LEY
Plumbing
and
Steam, itting
1033 Granville St.
Vancouver, 8. C.
Phone Sey. 136
Res. Bay. 77
S. J. Trickey
E. 2. Elliott
CENTRAL  SHEET   METAL
SHEET,
and
COPPER, BRASS
IRONWORK
RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
BOAT  TANKS
GALLEY RANGES
STEAM  TABLES
SMOKE   STACKS
HEATING       VENTILATING
PLUMBING
Phone Sey. 620      151 V_ Pender St. W.
VANCOUVER, B.  C.
! (Continued   from   ^age   3)
960. -.umber and Wood.—A French
agent wants to represent Canadian exporters of lumber and wood.
961. Ag-oncy.—A French firm in Marseille would like to sell Canadian products of all kinds in the southern part
of France.
96?,. Pood.—A manufacturers' agent
in Switzerland Canadian exporters of
food products.
993. Agency.—A Belgian correspondent, now in London, wishes to get into
touch with Canadian manufacturers
wishing to open up. export trade with
Belgium.
9S9. Food-tuffs.—A Belgian import
and export mercnant, temporarily in
London, would like to get into touch
with Canadian packers of fruit, fish and
canned meat, desirin- 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.    XS00T3  and __cnl_ii:_3.—A. New-
ARCHITECTS %
JANUARY  Sth,  1919.
"Woods Auto & Ta-\i,  The,  6 J-Iastin
Hotta,  Kei, Fish Mkt.,  15G0 4th   YV. _	
Main  On  Co..  Grocers,   771   Hast.  IT,	
Y.  &  A.   Dye  Works,   1915  Cornm	
JANUARY 10th, 1919.
Berry,  James XV,,   Tea,  Coffee and  Spices,  423  Hamilton...	
Auto Carbon  Burning Station.  723  Richard  	
Gray   Produce,   1515   Broadway   VV	
Fuller,   Arthur,   Candy   Store,    1112   Commercial	
Rotary   Club   Clinic,   470   Granville   	
JANUARY  llth,  1919.
Abbernethy.   Emerson,   Music   Studio,   553   Granville	
Citv  Dve  Works,   643   Main   St .-.	
JANUARY 13th, 1919.
White   Manufacturing   Co.,   324   Water   	
Herriott, John, Boot & Shoe Repairing, S 14  Pender VV /	
CRAHrOES.
JANUARY  Sth,  1919.
Gillman, A.  J.  from S24  Granville to  1070   Robson	
JANUARY 10th, 1919.
Bowes, Geo.  E..  Draperies  from   10"67  Gran,  to  20S1  2nd  XV....
JANUARY 13th, 1919.
Johnston. Robert N. Whol. & Retail Toh... from 743  Pender XV.
Pender   W	
to
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 High.
 High.
 Sey.
 Sey.
 Bay.
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731
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324 6
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3213
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2552
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3314
9192
1971
3109
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V
BU1CK—AI.l.  KINDS.
Evans Coleman A Evans, Ft. Col., S. 29SS
Gllley Bros., Ltd.. New West., Phonos IS, 10
W. N. O'Noil & Co.. 548 Bey. St.. _. 47A5-479S
[...tohle   Contr.   &   Suj>.   Co.,   Ltd.,   Gran.   St.
Bridge S.   Olti?
n.V.Winch  A  Co..   Ltd..  Winch  B.  S. 279-1 n 14
BUH.IHKG   FEI.T_   AND   l'Al'EKS.
Kvans,   Coleman   «fc   ISvans,   Ft.   Col.,'. ._. 29SS
VV.  N.  O'Nell  A Co..   US  Sey.  St..   S. 47»5-47:/X
The Barrett Col, Ltd., 10th A Arbutus Bay. (>i
UONDS-St'HKTV.
L'cperley,  Kounsefell   &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.
......'....-  .. '. Sey.   7820
K.V.Winc-  A Co.. Ltd.,   Winch   B.,  S. 2V'J-ly4 1
CARPENTERS
Dixon    &   Murray S. 8765-  376S
• '   OKJUB>'T.
Ralfour,   Guthrie  &   Co ......h. 918'.-<;67B
Evans, Coleman Ai Evans. Ft. Col.. .S. C5SS
Gllley Bros., Ltd., .Vf,w West., Phones 15, K
VV. N. O'N'il! A CO..--S4S Sey. St.. S. 4796-479S
Ritchie   Contr.    &   Sup.,    Ltd.,    Granvhl*   St.
Bridge    ......     S. 916;
R.V.WIneh1* Co..   t.to..  Wl.ch B..  S. 179-1944
CEMENT'TKSTI.VO   A>T)   ,\.«S.VTiNG.
Hunt,   Kobt.   V/.   A   Co.,   Standard   Bank
Bldg. . ..Cl ,.'■ .S. 2199
-CO-iTRACTOKi"—GENERAL.
Armstrong,   Alorrlaon    &     Co.,     Ltd.,    Bower
B(4s. A...   S. jsas
CONTKACTOKS—TIH5—■TKilKAZJ'.U.
Evans,  Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.  Co! S. 298S
W.   N.   O'.Vall   _.-  Co.,   54S-Sey.-_t..-S. 4795-479S
CRANKS   AND   .HOISTS    (ELECTRIC
The .Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.
1    Sey.   106_.
DIES   AND   TOOLS.
Gibbs  'fool  &'Stamping  Works.  356
LuiTerin   XV. ....  :. [--air. 2176
DRAFTING ,  •     a.
Dominion  Blue Print &  Drafting Co.,
531    Granville   St.;.. ......Sey.  2497-4670
DRILLS—rOHTAIJLE    EI.KCTuic
Darling, Frank A Co., 1142  Homer
Street     Sey.  4100-4101
Th« Holden Co.. Ltd., 642 Pender SL W.
Sey.  10C5:
KI.KCTK1CAL  f4_l>I»LIl_4
n.   C.   Eleetrlo Co..   Ltti..;..-.„.:  ...S. 5000
Cop* & Son.  lBd-Ha-tuiga.'W ._ _ ,.S«y. 8602
Darling.  Frank A Co., 1142 Homer  .
Street Sey.  4100-4101
ELEVATOR .CARS AND  ENCLOSURES.
S. M. Morris'&'Co.  Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay.,1Q43
W.  N.  O'Ntfil  _.  Co..  54S  Se>.   St..-8. 4T95-479S
Hltclile   Contr.   *   Sup.'   Co .   Ltd..   Gran.   St.
Brides  .    a 9162
ELEVATORS
Darling. Frank & Co., 1142-Homer p
- Street ._.......:...Sey. 4100-4101
ENCLOSURES ~
Pearson  VVrire and  Iron  Wks....Fair. 2794
ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES
Dominion  Blue  frint &  Drafting  Co.,
331    Granville   St  Sey.  2497-4670
PENCES AND  GATES
Pearson Wire and  Iron  Wks....Fair.. 2791
F1KE  CLA_
Bairour,   Guthrie  &   Co S.  9197-6576
Evans. Coleman & Bvans Ft. Col. ..S. 2988
Gllley Bros.,, New Westminster, Phones 15,18
XV. N. O'Nell A Co.. Hit Soy. St., S.4795-4798
Ritchie Con. A Sup. Co.. cJranvI. Bdg. .R. fi*-
R.  V. Winch  A  Co..    Vlnch Bi_g..  t>.  279-1944
FIRE ESCAPES
S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043
-IKE   E.V-IN<;CI_!1.KK   SV-TEMS.
Barr A Anderson.   lOSu   lierner SI-.....S.  6180
FI.OOB1NO
J.  Fyfe Smith  *   _o.,  13^0   Richards. ,S. 1196
FORCINGS
Wtstmiaster  Iron  Works.   New VVL-stmlnster    I'lione 53
GALVANIZING
•  MAPS
Dominion^ Blue   Print   &   Drafting  Co.,
531    Grnnvile   St S«.-y    249
^    MAIUII.'B  AND   ONYX'".
Evans.  Coleman A Evans,   ft,  Col   S
\V.. N.   O'Noil  A   Co.    54S  Sev.  St.  S   4795-
METAL STAMPING.
C.ihb.4  Tool  i'v   StampitiB  Works,  356
JlufTe.inr  \\ .    . j,   ],-.,|r
MILT. WORK.	
I lie j.-uties   Brookes  Woodworking Co
Jit.I., .125'J Mh S.  I-!.,   Burnaby..West.
MIME O _ BAPHIUO
Central   P ;bl ir:   S tenographers,   Mimeo-
graphing, 4 11 Dominion  liUlg.. Key. 5078
MOTORS
IJ.   0.   KK-clrlc  Co..   but	
" MOTOR TRUCKS.
Little Giant .Motor Truck Co....
fucker Motor' Co.. 833 I'einlir SV
MULTI GRAPH ING
f .Central Public Stenographers, Mimeographing, 111 Dominion Bldg., Sev. 507$
Dominion    Blue   l'rii>f.&   Draft ing   Co.",
S3I    Oranvile   St Sey.   2A'i7-A(,7Q
OFFICE   AND  STORE  FITTINGS
Dixon    & . AI itrray S. 8765-  S766
.     OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  c
West cm   Six-ci.-ilty,   LuJ.,  572   Gran., Sc-y. 3526
PACKING.    BELTING    AND   MECHANICAL   GOODS
Dunlop Tire A  ftuljtiur (iomla Co..  Llil.,
■844   Cimilile  SL  *^r  i;j s ?02S
PAINTING   &   PAPER   HANGING "
Dixon    it    Murray .S. S765-S766
PAINTS— PIRE-l'KOOP.
XV. N.  O'Nei! * Co.,  5 IS Sey.  St. ...S, 4795-4798
PAINTS—D.'»nII'   PROOF.
Evans.   Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.   Col	
AV..  N. O'Neil A Co. Hx Sey. St.. .S, 4
PAPER
Smith.   T.JjrlrUon  A   Wrf_ltt.   l.ul;   Uurncr
and    Dnvie ■ Sts	
i-iVin'rrroN—FXKKPiroot-
Evans,  Coleman   A Evans    Pt. Coium. .S.
I':itchle. Con. <<•  Sun   r~r\.. Granv.   Bilfj..s.
PAJBTIIIO-f   V^IRE
Pearson  Wire tutri   iron A'\"k.s....Pair.
PATTERNS
\\ estiaihstcr   Iron   Works.- Nr-«- W.-siuilnstur    I'lione 53
PHOTOSTATS
Dominion   Blue   Print   it   Drafting   Co.,
331    Grauvilc    St.. ....... '.Sc-y.
FIG   IRON  AND  TIN
Balfour.   Gutlnie   .v   Co....    . s.
Evans. Coleman A Evans,  ft.  Col..
K."V.   Winch  ii Co..  Wines'BI... .S,
1'ILING AND  I'dLICS
Federal    Lumber   Co..   Ilu.'ors   Dld„  S. 398S-9
„ ' P!LK  DKIVINO.
Evans,  Coloman A iKvans,  ft.  Col S. 2888
S. 29S8-
J5-47'J8
..S. 93BS
2988
9:41
.'73 1
-4670
sl9i-«57»
.. .S. 2988
27S-1944
Sow   West,
Prater   ttivur   Pile   Drtvlr.,   Co
FII'I-—{iKVVEB
.Bv.ans. .Coleman &■ Evans   Ft. Colum..S   "9SS
Gllley   Bros.,   Ltrl.,   N««-   W'-et.. .Phones 15   II
Kltehle   Con.   &   Sup.   Co.,   Granville. ,S. 9162
R.   V.  Winch A Co..  Wines Bld...S.    279-194
PLASTER
Halfour,   Guthrie  <_   Co ,S.  SI97-K57
Evans. Coleman & Evai,j Ft. Coium..? 298
C-llit-y Bros., Ltd., New West.. .Phones 15, 1
JV. ^', 0'^'e" ^ Co- 54S.Sey. St.. .S. 4795-473
Ritchie. Con. A Sud. Co.. Granv. Bd_..ri. 9isj
FI.ASTEH   HOARD
Evans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col. S 29
)?■'.•. -"_'. °'^fel] * Co.. 54S Sey. St.. .S. 4795-47
Ritchie Con. & Sup. ' Co.. Granville. .S. 9ii
_ PLASTER   PARTITION   BLOCKS
Evans.  Colotnan &  Bvans, ft.  Col.,...S.2
PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL
Evans,  Coleman A  Evans?  ft.  Col ...  S  »
W.  N. O'Neil A Co., 54S Sey. St...S. 4795-4
Milchle   Con.   _   3up.   Co..   Granville. .S. 91
„'    , „ PLUMBING'-
Bailey, E. A., 1033 GraiivlIIe St.,.     S   1
Hnrr   jt   Anderson.   10t>rt   Homer   St     8  61
Norman   Kyrla,  906   Davie St........Sey.' 91
PNEUMATIC  TOOLS
Darling, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer      w
t^^'T,1    "A" ■>•'•:-', - Se>'-   L100-410
The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W,
Sey.  10S
PRINTERS
Bag-ley. A. G. & Sons, Ltd..
t>16   Pender   W. gsy,    3 j q
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER
Central    Public   Stenographers.   Mirne-
Co.,
evv. 507S
-4679
ographmg.  Ill  Dominion Bid
Dominion   Blue   frint   it   Drafting
531    Oranvile   Si Sey.
ROOFING  COMPOSITION
Bvans. Coloman A- 3var.« Ft. .otum. .S. 21H8
,,.hV'ar,re.u, Co-' ''!a- l0'l'& Arbutus Bay. 63
V\. .\. O.Nell <C- Co.. 54.S Sey. St.. S 479r,-47ns
nitchle Con. & Sup. C . Granvllie. .S. 9182
Smith.   Davidson   A  WrI, lit.   I.ul.   Homer
and   Dnvie   S« s   SiB5
AGENTS POR
Meiaberc of TTie Arc_itectural Ingtltate
of British.  Columbia.
if
I«!»
^.CLARY'S RANGES
COPPERSIVSSTHS
Marms and General
irons, cinr welbees
Cor.  Alexander   and   Heatley   Avenue
Phone  Highland   2909
VANCOUVER
B-nzie Jas. A., 5 10 Host. VV...
Hrvnn '& Gillam. 50P Richards
Dal ton  A   lOveleigh,   015
Mp.Kt.   W	
Gardiner.   F.   G.   &   Mercer,   7
Seymour  3072.
Benderson.   A.   K..   613   Ifast.   XV..
Honeyrnan    A   Curtis,    850   I fa:
.Sev.
Sey.
3.'t00
5E0S
Sey      662
18   Gran.:
. Sev
ting's
W.   ...„..„.
James  VV.   Ke.igcy,
Matheson,   Robt.
Palmer.   Bernard
Foncier   Bldg.   ..
Pair &  MacKenzie,
Sharp & Thompson,
Tov/nley. I-'red L..
Twizell,   R.   P.  S.,
 s.--y.
257<j  2nd  X\r Bav.
M.,  509 P.ich...Sey.
C,   GIG  Credit
 Sey.
736   Gran Sey.
620  Pender W.. Sey.
325  Homer....Sej
837   Hast.W..Sey
724
St.
1«_ 1
792R
503S
3680
781 1
1064
8013
7925
VICTOKIA
A.   K.   Ilcnncll,   1086   St.   Louis   St 1171R 1
I   C.   M.   Keith,   Sayward   Bldg 1420
"Sam   Maclure.   I'nion   Bank   Bldg 2848
I.icut.-Col.    Hirlgway-Wilson,   Belmont   House.
PANTAGES
Three Shows Dally
2.30-7.00-9.00
20c -30c|
BRICK  CONTRACTOR
Chimneys,  -"ireplacea.  Etc.
ino.  S. SadEer
Res.
2085 4 5th Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale
Phone  Eburne  203L2
Ch
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Industrial and Household
Gas Fittings
V
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T.    Watt,   225   Fifth   Ave.   W....Fair.  971
GAS    APPLIANCES
Vancouver   Gas   Appliance   Co S.    801
GLASS—ALL   KINDS.
W. N. O'Nell A Co. MS Sey. St..   S.  4795-479?
HARDWARE
r.rown.   Kraicr A Co..   Ud..   1150   Uonier  St S. 71j.1
Flett, J. A.,  1.11  HastingH ,W Sey. 2327-iS
HARDWOOD  FLOORS
W.   N.  O'Nell *. Co..  54S Hey.  Si.. .S. 4795-4798
J.   Kyfe  Smith   &  Co.   1320   Richards. .S. 119fi
HARDWOOD LCMBEK
Smith,  J.   Fyfe A Co..   1320   Richards. .S. 11 Rfi
HEATING—HOT   AIR,    s'l'EAJI   AND   VENTILATING
Bailey, E. A., 1033 Granville St S.  13C
Bun    ,v    Anderson,    lOfiy    limner   St... S. Slsn
N'orm.in   Kydd,  906   Davie  St Sey. 9188
HOISTING   liNGLNKfi.
Bltclile Con   A Sup. Co..  Granvl. Bdjf..S. 916i
INSURANCE.
Ceperley,   Rounsefell   it   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.
  Sey.  7820
R.   V.   Winch   &   Co.   Ltd..   Winch   Bldg
 Sey.  279-1944
INTERIOR   l-INISH
Evans.   Coleman  ._   l-Jvuu.n,   tt.   Col H. 29SS
W. N. O'Nell A Co.. 54$ Sey. St.. .S. 4795-4798
Ritchie. Con. ._ Sup. Co., Uranv.  Udir. .S. 9io.
IRON   AND   STEEL—STRI'CTL'KAI.
Can. Northwest Steel  Co.,   Ltd.
Prince   r.dward  St Fair.  2-39 6-7
Evans,    Coleman   ,_    L'varis.    Kt.    Col.. .S. 2'JK>
Coughlan.   J.   A   Sons.   World   B!Uk S.   7U-".'
Uilehit:, Con. & Sun Co.. Granv. Bdg..S. 91151
S. Al. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 v.ed:ir Bay. 1013
W. N. U'Nuil A Co.. 54X Sey. St. ...S. 47'.i5-4798
T. Watt, 225 Fifth Av«. W...Fair. 971
WeKtiniiistvr   Iron   Work.^,   New  Weatmilisti-r     t'limu 03
IRON   AND   HTKKI ORNAMENTAL.
Artistic  Wire  &   Iron   Works.   112-16
Dufferin     St.     K Fair.  2648
Evans.  Coleman  A.  Evan?,   ft.  Col S. 2988
S. M. Morris it Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043
W. N. O'Nell A Co.. 54S Soy. SI...S. 4795-1798
Pearson Wire'and Iron Wks....Fair. 2794
Rltcnle Con. A Sup. Co., Graavl. BriK-.S. atr..
T. Watt, 225 Fifth Ave. W....Fair. 971
We.-uminster  Iron  Worka.   New WVstinin.iter    J'liaiin 53
KALSOMINIMG
Dixon    fc   Murray S. 8765-
LATH—METAL
Evans. Coleman & Evana, Pt. Columb.. S.
W. N. O'NciI A Co.. 548 Sey. St. . .S. 4795
Ritchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St 8.
LIME.
Balfour,   Outhrle   A.   Co S.   9197
Bvans. Coleman &  Evans.  Ft. Columb. .3.
Gllley Pros..  New  Westminster. .Phones
W.  N.  O'Neil it Co.,   548 S-y.  St. ..B. 479
Bay. 63
■ S. 29 8«
,S. 91CS
Central
Dixon
8764
2988
-4798
-1 9 14
C. Earn,  Manager
CABFEN.-B and BUH.DEB
al.so
Cabinet   Maker
Upholstering
2236 Gamble Stroet
If
i
767 ROBSON ST.
SEYMOUR 801
*
i
8766
2U8S
-4798
91U2
-R575
.988
15. lfi
5-4798
Sup.    Ci   ,   Granville. .S.. 9162
Ld.,  Winch Bd„. ,S. 279-1944
LUMBER
rotlcral    Iaiml«r   Co.,    IIu,:>:i«    ItldK S. 309H-!)
MACIIINERV
Brown,   Fraiier  A   Co.,   Ltd..   II511   Horner  St S.  7155
DarliiiK,  I'Vank & Co.,  1142  Homer
Street     Sey.   4100-4101
VV.  N.  O'Neil A Co..   548 Hf-y.  St.. .S. 4795-4798
Ritchie  Con.  & Sup. Co
The  Holden Co., Ltd
Kltehle   Con.   A
R.  V.  Winch Co,
ROOFING—SI/KKT METAL
(See   Cornl.-c   -, na   t\oatmg't
ROOFING   .VATKRI.ti,
I he Barrett Co., Ltd., H '.h \- Ari.-utus
Evans. Coleman & Evanr- Ft. Co.'um
Ritchie Con. & Sup. Cr-.. ilranviii... S..
KOPK-MANILA
Balfour.    Guthrie   &    Co  .S. 9197-6571
HUBBEn   STAMPS
Barley,  A.  G. <t Sons,  Lto.
51o   Pender   W. :.Sey.    31S
SAFES— VAULT DOORS
W.   N. O'Neil u«t Co..  54S Sey. St...S. 4795-479i8
SAND    GRAVEL AND (Rl i>!IED ROCK
Evans,   Coleman  &  Kvarid,   ft.  Col S. 29.88
Gllley   Bros.,   Ltd..   New   Wee:.. . Phones 15. IS
Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co., Granv. Bdff. .S. 93H1
SASH   DOOKS.   WINDOWS.   ETC.
W.  N.  (j'Neil ■<-  Co..  548  S.-y, St...S. 4795-479*
SHEET   METAL
Sheet   Metal   Works Sey.  629
I.E   MANi. FAC'l't KKRS   AND   DEAL-
KltS.
(See   Lumher    ind   Shingles.)
SHOW   CASES
ft   .Murray S.  S765
SI.ATK
Ev»nu.   Coleriiim  A   Ev.-uih    ft.   Col S
\V. :.'. O'Noil ,t Co., 64S Si->. St...3, 479
ii. V. Winch .ii Co.. Winch H!d...S. .71
Ritchie, Con. A Sup.  Co.. Granv.   Bdjf. .S. 9162
STEEL—REINIOKCING.
Unli'our.    (lU'.lirie    A    Co S. i) 197-11576
Kvans,   Coleman   A   Bvans.   ft.   Co.' .S. 11988
-TO ICE    _    OI-I'ICK    M.VTlRE.S    _    STORK
l'RONTS
Dixon   ft   .Murray S8765-8766
Evans,   Coleman   A   Evans,   It.   Col S. 2988
W.  N.   O'N'ell A. Co..  548  Sey.   St.. .S.'4 795-4798
TAR   AND   PITCH
The  Barrett  Co.,   Ltd.,  10th ft Arbutus   Bav.  63
Kvnris,   Coleman ii   Bvans,   ft.  Col S. -98D
TILE—DRAINING
Bvans.  Coleman  A   Evuna    Pt. Colum . .S. 298*
Gllley  Bros.,   New   Westminster  Phones  15, 18
Ritchie   Con. A Sup   Co., Granv.   Bdg..S. 9161
TILK—-FLOOR  AND  WALL
Evana,   Coleman  &   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298g
W.  N.  O'Neil *. Co..  548 i'-cy. St. ...S. 4795-4798
TIN PLATES
Halfour.   Outhrle   1*   Co S.   9197-6.57J
Evsns,   Coleman  &   Evans,   ft.  Col..... S. 2988
R.   V.   Winch A Co..   Wines   Bld.-.S.    279-1944
TOOL   STEEL
Darling,   Frank   &   Co..   1142   llcin.er   St.
 y.    4100-4101
VACl't.'M   CLEAN I NO   SYC I'EMS.
Barr   &   Anderson.   1060   Homer  !. t S. 6181
WALL    BOARDS
EvariK,   Coleman  A   Evans,   ft.    .'ol S. 2981
WATERPROOF COJ.POI ND
The  Barrett, Co..   Ltd..   10th .'.  Arbutus   Bay. 63
I Evans.   Coleman  A   Evans,   .'t.  Cul
W. N.   O'Nell  A Co.  i>48  H'/. St...S.
WINDOW   SCREENS
Artistic   Wire  ft   Iron   Wcirks,   112-16
DufTerin    St.     IC	
S. M. Morris ft Co.  Ltd.. 2120 t'ed
.S. 916'.
St. W.
.   10C5.
•3>.Mi _•*♦«_ *»_**K^^**i«_^^
G.-nnvl.   Bd'K.
54 2 Pender
Sey
MACHINE    WORK
Gibbs  Tool  ft   Stamping   Works,  .156
Dufferin   VV fair. 2176
Westminster  Iron  Work*.   Now Westminster     I'luirm 53
MANTELS—BRICK.  TILE  AND   WOOD
Evans,  Coleman A  Evana,   ft.  Col n. 2988
W. N. C'Nell A Co..  54S Soy.  St. ..S. 4795-4798
Ritchie   Con.   A   8u_.   Co..   Granville. .8. 9162
fair.
Bav.
. S   4 7PS-J.7S'
mi
air.
-16
. . fair.
Fair.
\V.   N.   O'Nell  A Co..   54S  ..(«y.  St  .
Pi-arson   Wire and   Iron   Wk.s.
WIRE   WORKERS
Artistic  Wire ft-   Iron   Works,  112
DulTerin    St.     IC	
Pearson   Wire unci   Iron   Wk.s.
WIRE UOPE
Kairour,    Guthrie    A    ' ;o S. 9197
Evana.   Coloman  A  Ki _n»,   ft. Col S.
Ritchie. Con. ft Sud. < o.. Granv.  Brig
It    V   Win""* A Co.. Wines Bid .   S
WHOLESALE   ROOFING
The    Barrett    Co.,    Ltd.,    Ultli       Ave.
and   Arbutus   St : Bay
29S8
479H
2648
1043
26-18
27S4
657.
29/fa
.S. fllfil
79-1944
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