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 £   j  /"'•  n  <  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Coversngr British Columbia.  /  Vol.  16,   No. .11,  Monday,  Jan.'6, ,1919  ■iXKi rtL  Building Material  A Man Is Accounted  I  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550 Seymour St.  of T  ACCOUNT    if    ha ■< ban    a    bank  ACOOtrN-T.     No    account    la    too  em-ill  to receiva a caurtcoua -vrel-  ooru. ut this bank.;  '    Thr. '  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver  Brancli.,  446  Hasting*   St.   W.  J.   T. UffaoDONAX-O,   BCanag-er  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvic Engineering Co., Ltd.  12,4 -"—■*- E"        VANCOUvER, B.C. ">"»>*"<'  «™-  ;VII<-OING   PERMITS   AMOUNTING   TO  3500   OR  OVER ISSUES  AT  MB  VANCOUVER  CITY  HALL  YEBTBRDAY  frambgr  Paaorlptlon  Coat  .-i)771.—-Dwelling ...  .9772—Alterations  .$1,800  ..- $700  Street  Ad (Irene  rot   and  Block  11-m .Kitchener St.  012   Main   St   Subdivision  Architect  Contractor  A«dr«aa  Thos.  S.   Watersworth.,  Owner   Omar  Addreaa  Salvation Army  Chan   Yick   u  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Pi  ir1;*  •tf*  I?  Phone 2938  T  _. ~ Claybiirn Firebrick,   Special  FT. OF COLUMBIA AV Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime, etc.  .  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  ■PHOHC  SEYMOUR   S54  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVEB  -  WINNIPEG  J  8  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock U tlie Mdat Complete on the Pacific Coaet  We are alto Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richer* St. ? Vancouver, B.C.  t -■■    ' *  ■|3>»5»t  BUILDING PSEMITS       %  -(• <$>•%•<% •*«&•*♦<&•:- 4*4- v 'M-^*j"i- <$►•$•-j** ij^.  ;i 9770—Carl    Schwan,  Pender St., $100.  'canopj',   275-7  i^k^tf^h  EXPECT TO- OPEN  FIRST  .'WARD OF "FLU" HOSPITAL  y       FOR PATIENTS THIS WEEK  The civic medical health authorities  'announce that good progress is being  made in the erection of the new emergency hospital for the treatment, of  Spanish influenza patients and that  the;first ward of the building is expected to be completed and equipped  ready for the reception of patients by  Wednesday or Thursday of this week.  Erection of the new hospital is being carried on by day labor, and the  .' « _va- '-'-- «.*      TV-**-*.!   C*n "•   ajTENDERS ARE WANTED fact<thaf no local.architect was called  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  " Soler Asethts In Canada Tor '  Beyer  Rivaling A Chipping   Hammers;, Little   Giant   Drills;  Electria Tools;   Rock Drills;  Air Compressors;  Fuel Oil and Gas Engines.  Duntley  "YOURS   TRULY"   GIVES  HIS   DAIRY   TO   THE   PUBLIC  "Yours Truly," a contractor of this  city who now knows better has given  his dairy to the public, and it is published in today's Record.  MejtFMl ThhU  542 Pirier St. W.. VuKimr L t,  Pboiu Sir. 106S  Tenders will be received-up'to Fri-  tractor .asked to--bid-on the construc-  day, January 24th, for'the reconstruc- j tion  occasioned  considerable  adverse  lion   of'the' Dockyard   Wharf  at- Es-'l criticism from the. architects and cori-  PRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  wTHORw  Poller Bearing Drills— Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  . Cbippmg Hammers Wood Borers Torbint and Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reaaiers, Etc.  Complete Stock of Accessories  •1 1*4 HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  \z *■.*";       i Sr        -I       '    "* *"  - 1* Wc£ Vft**r   -fl*--  •/ '  Brown-. Fraser & Co.,  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155  Vancouver, B. C.  Ltd.  LTD.  1150 Homer Street  quimalt. Plans and forms of contract  can be seen and specifications and  forms of tender obtained at the office  of the District Engineer. Victoria and  Esquimau. Notice of tender appears  on page 4.  tractors of the city.  The hospital is a one-story structure  being erected on the General Hospital grounds, facing the corner of  Tenth avenue and Willow street.  i  London, Baf.  Montr**!  Winnipeg-  Toronto  Vaiicouvsr, B.  C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION ■- TESTS -. CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILClNGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  L  508 Htvyting-s W., Vancouver, B. C.  Cement Teatlng- laboratory. Boom 1601; "Physical Testing: "taboratary. Boom Bl  Raeident Inspect©.-* at Large Manufacturing Centers   '  TENDERS  FOR   VARIOUS  TRADES  ARE   WANTEDf  Tenders are. wanted for the various  trades in connection with the construction of the Clarence Wallace and the  V. J. Creeden home on Shaughnessy  Heights. Tenders will be received by  Mr. S. J. Newitt. 954 Seventeenth avenue west, who has charge cf .the work  or by the owners, Mr. Clarence Wallace, Wallace Shipyards, and V. J  Creeden, 407 Hastings street west.  ARCHITECT   MOVES  TO  , MORE ROOMY QUARTERS  One of the unmistakable signs of  returning activity to the building and  construction trade is found in the fact  that several local architects are making quiet preparations-to meet the  coming reconstruction period either  by seeking larger Quarters or securing additional help to' cope with increasing business. One of tlio local  architects  who  is  keeping abreast  of  VALUE OF BUILDINGS  FOR YEAR SHOWS OVER  100 PER CENT. INCREASE  Predictions made early last year by  City    Building    Inspector    McKenzie  and  some   local  contractors   that  the  value of the new buildings authorized  during 191S  would  be double that of  1917   have   been   more   than   realized.  The  report  of the  building  inspector  for the past year shows a margin of j  a   few   thousand  dollars   to   the  good ]  over  the  l'0'O  per  cent,   increase  and '  with   the   prospects   for   the   coming  year equally    bright,    it has already  been   predicted, that   1919   will   show  nearly 100 per cent increase on 191S.  With a total value of buildings authorized for the year aggregating the i  very respectable total of S1.440.3S4 for,1  the   561   permits   issued   during   the;  twelvemonth,     the   figures     for   1917  amounting   to  $7158,255   are   put   com.'  pletely   in   the  shade.    While  it  may  take   some   years   of   the   reconstruction  period  before  the city's  building  Structural Steel For Every Purpose   ^=? ■——  V      BEAMS, CHAinniLS, AXGLX18, FLA TBS, TEXS, COX.U3CtrS  '  COU7Z.KTBI.T KQITZPPBI)  -PABBICATTBrO SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  . v^W*.' '^....^V***-  Pair-mont 2396 and 3397  ▼ancoa-rer, B. C  .-I  Galley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  All Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902   Columbians treetJWest  New Westminster, B.C.  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING .G0..LTD  MHIwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Northern  Bly.   Depot 1917  Calffary  Armory   1918  Bossland   Hlg-li   School 1918  Trancjul.Ue   Sanltorlum    1918  Phone Westminster 473  •V  Our .steam heated plant enables us  to manufacture Veneer Work at any  awuson  of  the  year-.  We are now nnimifaetuririK Interior  fittings for tlie new t!. V. Telephone  Building's head uitlee In Quarter Cut  Oak.  1259—6th  St., East Burnaby  j the times in this respect is Mr.  | A.   Benzie,  who  has  just   moved   into  j larger and more commodious quarters  j in  the  Standard   Hank  Building.    Mr.  ! Benzie   formerly  occupied  rooms  429-  30, but his increasing business of late,  together with the prospects of future  business, has necessitated his moving  to a larger suite—Nos. 722-23-24 in the  same building, where he will have better facilities for his business.  WASHINGTON   ARCHITECTS  WANT   TITLE   REGULATED  SEATTLE.—The   Washington   State  Chapter of the American  Institute   of  Architects  is  to seek  to  have  passed  at   the     forthcoming    session   of   the;  State   Legislature   a   bill   to   regulate  the use of the title "Architect" and to  create  a  board  of examiners  for  the  issuance of    certificates   of    practice.  This   will   be   the   second   attempt   of  the. local  brancli of the national body  to seek the enactment of a law to protect   the  architect  and   the  public   in  the use of the title of the profession  and every confidence is expressed that  it  will     be   passed   successfully     this  year, owing to the addition of several  desirable   features   not   found   in   the  first bill.  James' operations reach up to the record of  j seventeen millions set during the best  j of the boom years, the increase that  | is in sight due to many large con-  I struction jobs that have been held  lover owing to the war, assures much  activity   for several  years  to  come.  Building   Inspector     McKenzie's   report   for    the    year    in   detail   is  as  follows:  Repairs and Alterations    44 $  Dwelling houses        3  Apartment and rooming  houses      Factories & warehouses      3  Offices   and   stores       1  Total permits issued for  December,  19IS      51  Total value of buildings  for  Lecember,   19IS....  Total permits for twelve  months, 19LS   S29  Total value of buildings  for     twelve     months,  1918  .'   Total permits for twelve  twelve   months,   19L7 501  Total value of buildings  for    twelve     months,  1917   70S,255  ii. h. Mckenzie,  Building Inspector.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  y    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 fur-  .   nish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL— PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Soy. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  THephona 5037  49,753  5,200  H.700 !  20.000 J  S1.G53  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  1561  Granville Street  .1,440.384 i  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B, C, Phone 53 BRITISH OOLUMBIA EEOORTD  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every > Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A newspaper of 'general circulation, featuring Building, Contracting, lvugineering, Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining, Automobile, Pro.  vincial.  City  and  Harbor  Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and  Plant  583   Homer-Richarda   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAK   OF   431    DUNSMUIR    STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808.  Subacriptlon  Bate*  One month :$1.00  Six   months 5F..00  All subsciiptic/i'is are' payable strictly in advance  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN,  G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  905 Granville St.  OFFICJAI. ORGAN.  The 'British- 'Columbia Record la the  official oi'Kan 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 thoir  official announcements to the general  public.  By such selection tho British Columbia "Record is no wise pledged to editorial support of any policy advanced  by this society, hut maintains an absolutely Independent position on all matters subject to editorial opinion.  THE  RETURNING   SOLDIERS  Already some thousands of the Canadian soldiers have arrived home from  Europe  and   thousands   more  are   on  their way.    A returned  colonel,  in a  recent   interview,   has   said   there   is  much dissatisfaction among the Canadian   troops   at  the   slowness   of   the  arrangements  for the soldiers return.  On the other hand, the representatives  of the larger organization of returned  ■-men that has been formed at home—  the Great'War Veterans' Association  —have argued that the return -movement is quite rapid enough and that  the  effort  to  secure  employment  for  the men will be facilitated by it much  more than by having larger numbers  brought back at once.    Vancouver is  vitally interested in this question, too,  and the majority of business men are  inclined to side with the view of the  Great  War    Veterans,   especially   in  view of the fact that some 2,600 British Columbia troops are to arrive here  this month in a single shipload.  The "War Veterans view the matter  from the standpoint of those already  at home.   The returned colonel spoke  what he regarded as the mind of the  soldiers who are still overseas.    It is  the difference of viewpoint that causes  the difference of opinion as to which  is  the  better policy.    The  men   who  have  been  overseas  for a long  time  and  willing enough   to  remain   while  they were needed, now that, the war  is  over,  are naturally anxious  to  return as quickly.as possible.   The most  speedy arrangements  for their .transportation  will  hardly keep pace  with  their desire to see their families and  homes   again.       There,   is,   however,  much wisdom in the suggestion of the  veterans   already   home,   that   a   too  rapid  demobilization  may  be  productive of trouble.  The problem of unemployment is already beginning to show evidence of  becoming prominent. Not all the soldiers who have come back have found  suitable work, although the authorities  and the large employers of labor appear to.be doing all they can to meet  the situation.  BUSINESS ITEMS  During the' past week certificates  of incorporation have been issued to  the undernpted; concerns:  Smithers Club, Limited,,'private con  cern, authorized 'capital"$10,000;. reg  istered office of the company, Smithers,  13.  C.  Brenton • S. Brown, Limited, private,  authorized capital $20,000; registered  office of the company, Vancouver.  Commercial and Financial Corporation, Limited, private, authorized  capital $25,000; registered office of. the  company,. Victoria.  Clayoquot Fisheries and Cold Storage, Limited, private, authorized capital $100,000; registered office of the  company, Vancouver.        '  Hutchinson Securities, Limited,  private, authorized capital $100,000;  registered office of the company, Vancouver.  The Nippon Trading Company, Limited, private, authorized capital $.'10,-  000; registered office of the company,  Vancouver.  Discovery Mining and Power Company, Limited, private, authorized  capital $20,000; registered office of the  company, Prince Rupert.  Canadian-Siberian Exploration and  Development Company, Limited, public concern, authorized capital $50,000;  registered office of the company, Vancouver.  Village Bay Logging Company,  Limited, private, authorized capital  $10,000; registered office of the company, Vancouver.  Abbotsford Lumber, Mining and  Development Company, Limited, private, authorized capital $1,000,000;  registered office of the company,  Abbotsford.  ; Pacific    Marine    Engineering   Com  pany, Limited, private, authorized  capital $10,000; registered 'office of the  company, Vancouver.  The Interior Trust Company, incorporated in Manitoba, registered under  the Trust Companies Act, head office,  Victoria.  SHIPBUILDING  nUNNflrVS  ■Cheating service  for  Owner  Builder  Architect  Heating   Satisfaction  C.A.bUNHAfVT CO!¥SPANY,Ltd.  Brancli Sales Oflico  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  D.   G.  BRISON,  Iff-rr.  Phone Soy.  80.07    -.4 25 Standard  Hank TSUls  The Watson Drydock and Construction Co., Ltd., recently organized with  an  entirely Victoria.- capital of  $100,-  000,   will   build  and  equip   a   floating  drydock to lift vessels up to 300 tons  for repairs, and will also build and fit  out tugs, scows-, purse seiners, freight  boats or other small craft.   They will  also have a plant capable of making  repairs   to   housework   and   hulls   and  machine and boiler shops of the most  modern type.  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and Office Fixtures  Genoral Repairs  219 Ksefer St.  Seymour 6551  Birtish Columbia Yards  Steel Shipbuilding Plants.  Couphlan Shipbuilding: Co., Vancouver.  Victoria    Machinery   Depot,    Victoria,    R.    C.  Wallace-  Shipyards,  North   Vancouver,-  "Wood   Shipbuilding-  Plants.  Cameron  Genoa Mills Shipbuilders  Ltd.,  Victoria.  •Cholberg   Shipbuilding:   Go.,    Victoria,    B.   C.  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., V'ic-  . toria.  Lyall   Shipbuilding   Co.,   North "V'dncou-  . ver.                     •  New   Westminster   Ens:.   &   Const.   Co.,  Poplar  Tsland. •■-.'■-.  -Pacific  Construction Co.,  Ltd.,  Port  Co-  'qultlam.  Standard    Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace  Shinvards Ltd.,  Vancouver-     /  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Lrd.,   Van-  -..-  couven   .. - - f.     .   ...  f  Phono Seymour 1878.  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Howl St.  Sey. 3758 Biy.H28R  Baynes & Horie  *  General    Contractors  •It Hrai St  Siyaoir 1389  Bambcrton Cement  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boarda, Panel Board*, Ste«l  Cabinets, etc.  Switches  designed  and  built for any  speoial work.  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kyrid  PLUMBING and HEATING  i*i  .rr  Ready Plumbing  with working blue prints for country  installations  906 Davit St. Stpo#r9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Bulldos Cable  Pacific Ume  Edward Cox     .  General Contractor  Cabinet Making Fixture*  Stymoor 1163  735 Helmcktn St.  R. V. WINCH & CO.*  Vaaoeuver and Victoria  i£ed  .."A  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  *BC^ELECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  F  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Credtt-FoKier Bldt Vancouver, B.C-  NEW WORK - CONTRACTS LET  THE    POI.I.OWINO   TABLE   SHOWS   BtTII.DXNaS   COSTING    95,000    OB    OVER,     OK     \T£IC3     CONSTRUCTION     IS  UNDER WAY, OR ON WHICH  CONTRACTS  HAVE BEEN liET BUT CONSTRUCTION   HOT YET STARTED.  USE     ;  J'    , -  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 r.ichanls SL  Seymour 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Sermonr 3535 601 Pacific Bldg.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bldg.  Seymour 6506  Character     • Cost  Residence ...': $7,500  Tuberculosis   Clinic      47,138  Grain   Elevator    70,000  Church ■'..  35,000  Commercial   BIdgs   25,000  Residence           9,000  Residence       10,000  Residences  each    4,000  Brick   Building    '.   IJungalows   Residence   Mill   Warehouse .'. $5,000  Residence    7500  'Bungalow ..„.    75 95  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.  Residence    $9000  Dwelling    56,500  Temporary Hosp  $30,000  VANCOUVER  Zioeatlon   ..   Owner  Shaughnessy   Heights.. ..F.  A.   Dietrick  Pender Street Rotary flub  Beach Ave Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160.Georgia St.. .First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview and Point  Grey. . L'E'versity of B.  C.  Shaughnessy  Heights    S. J.  Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    G.   W.   Tornroos  Angus   Ave. Macaulay  &  Nicolls  Seymour  St B. C.  Tel.   Co.  6,000    Atagce Allan   &   Richards  7,000    2875   Alder  Street A.   R.  McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &   Grain    Co.  1906 Trafalgar  W. A. Cantelon  1-13 5 15th Ave. W..... ......H. D. phristie  Cor.  Davie and  Granville Sts.. Geo.  E. Trorey  S.E.    Cor.    Maple & Magce Rd . C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St  B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  1946   llth Ave.  W... John  T. MacDonald  Industrial    Island     Crane,    Ltd.  Vnaughnessy  Heights I1.  W.  Raccy  1447  Barclay St Confed Life Ass'n  92-98, Pender IC... Mrs. Chance Wong Co.  Shaughnessy   Hgts Clarence  Wallace  Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener .....F.   G.   Loane  12th and Heather Vane. Gen'l Hosp.  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  819 Main SL Seymour 4878  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bldg.  Character    -  Coat  42-Mile   Extension     300,000  Hastings-Harriet   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  Uailroad     L'OOO.OOO  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  Archt. _  Contr.  Fred L. Townley S. J. Newitt  J.  A.   Benzie .....Baynes &  Horie  H.  H.  Gillingham *".    Owners  Matheson & DeGuer.re   Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson   .... .S.   N.   McLeod  Jas.   A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  Jas. A.   Benr.ic S. J.  Newitt  A.  F.  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.   N.W." Steel   Co.  ■- "•    Qwncr  Owners     Dixon   &   Murray  las.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  "- H.   R.   Glass  IC.  J3. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J. Newitt'  hldwardes Sproat S. J   Newitt  ~  G. Milne  Owners   Owners  THE  Cor Tenth  ELASTICU  The  Tough,  Elastic,  Adhesive  Cement  (Heady  for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY RfliBF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 93  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.  Location    _  Owner  Clinton     P.G.E.    Railway  I fastings  St.   E   Victoria     Government  Princeton ' Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.  P.   Railway  i North    Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  ., Lake   Buntzcn.. Aracr.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain Ii.   C.  Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess Mining   Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt. ...15.  C. Copper  Co.  Tranquillc B.   C   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Distr. . Prov. Govenn't  Englishman's River, Alberni Dist..Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber &  Pulp Co  Stevcston     Dom.    Government  Clayoquot... .Clayoquot Cold Stor. &r Can. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather |  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilni, Furnaces, and Boiler* a Specialty  ESTIMATCS   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  RUSH & READ  PLAIN      AND      ORNAMENTAI.  PLASTERING    &    CEMEKT    WORK  All Wort  Guaranteed.  Zay.  3370 230G   Stephens   St.  Bay.   1602-R  **rch  Contr.   Northern    Const.   Co.   Cotton Co.   R.   Moncrietl   Armstrong,   Morrison  &•   Co..   Ltd   Carter,  Halls &  Aldinger  • • Hodgson &   King  Owners    Owners  Owners      *        Owner   W.   P.   Ticrnev  Public  Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co'.  Prov.  Pub.   Wks Dept... Robertson  &   Partners  Prov.   Pub.    Wks.   Dept Wm.    Greenlee?       Owners  Public  Works   Dept Hodgson   &   Kini/   Owners  Owner S.  J.  Newitt  Telephone Hlkhland 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  H. A. Wires  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  IJ5B • 8th Ave. W.  Bsyview 2278  - _.—_.  isiiiii—iinr T  •.'!'•'. .1,'  umm  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Seymour 3998-3999  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building  naiiiiiii mi ■iiiiinrrir^rtrTrfin**iiTT*r*-*''',fc*^-ai  ess***  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  arfm-i.r.i.a.,.1.^1^^.——.pr^.  =Z=  Vancouver, B. C.  .    .       ■    tt n      ■■nrnaaa-n-ataiaaiwainaiaei-airiii-iMiiiatu la-am"  "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 & WEIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B, C.  ii ■ n*pm BB2TWH COLUMBIA RECORD  ■K  Right  Prices  "Woarwoll"   PiUnta,    Shingle   Stalno,  and "AntI Damp'* preparations.  W. S. BCARVET MFG. CO.  1063 Granville St. Soy. 3497  Seymour Tire & Robber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymoar 3053  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information reg-ardlns  those Inquiries may bo obtained from  tho yeorot'ir-y of the Board of Trad©,  VancoUTt-r, or upon Application, to "Tho  OonunoroliVl Intelligence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa,"' •  Correspondents aro requested to quote  the number of tho "opportunity" when  •".KlcInK for additional Information. Re-  uohI. for each opportunity- ahould foe on  a separate) slieot and Btate opportunity  number. The Bureau, does not furniah  credll rntlnsra or usume responsibility  as to the standing- of foreign inquiries;  the usual precaution* uhould be taken  iii  all   oases.  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY     , PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  "GATEST   -BWQtnRIBS.  The following inquirles-a.ro the lateet  roroived. For rapid perusal the reader  may know at a fflance 'I to mi*, of Interest by noting1 thecla«'s of goods' mentioned   at   th«  end   of  each   inquiry.     .  US'PORT ANT --Quote tha number of  the "Opportunity" In your correspood-  nnc».  894. Picture mouldings.—A manufacturer's agent in Harrogate, England,  wishes to get in touch with Canadian  manufacturers of high-class picture  mouldings^'  89G. Hardware and tools.;—A Johan-  uesberg-agent with twenty years stand  ing is prepared to take up the representation of Canadian manufacturers  in all lines of household hardware and  shovels, spades, axes, hammers and  saws, and other tools.  890. Oil engines.—A Natal firm of  wholesale merchants, with a field staff  selling agricultural machinery, make  Inquiry for the supply of small oil engines for farm use, suitable to run  electric equipment for ten to thirty  lights, must also be capable of working farm machinery, when not required for light machinery.  897. Lighting equipment.—A Natal  firm of.apecialists in farm goods, asks  for particulars which would enable  them to .quote on electric lighting  plants for country houses. Details and  priceB must be submitted so that they  may quote complete installation, oil  engines only, or lighting plant only,  without engines.  ....898...Hardware, tool*, stoves.—A  Johannesburg agent with good connection Ib prepared to take up Canadian  agencies   in   such   lines   as   hardware,  SERVICE  CARS  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  BSTABHSHEO  1836  59 Hastings St. W. Vancou-rer  .Telephone Seymour 7820  636 DAVIE STREET  CO.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  FACT vs. FANCY  PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE, rather than APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear and tear of the  daily grind. Taint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never yet PAID a single repair bill. i  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 *s 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 work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  at no Cost to you.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Seymour 331 Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  all kinds, tools, household, spades,  shovels, axes, saws and other lines,  suitable for the wholesale 'Jobbing  trade. Stoves, enamelware and household utensils are lines which this  agent can' handle to advantage.  899. Carbide.—A Johannesburg firm  of engineering merchants, with-branch  offices and warehouses in' each principal centre of South -Africa is prepared to take up the representation in  this country for Canadian carbide not  already on the market.  900. Catalogues and price lists.—A  Johannesburg wholesale firm of general dealers'-'ask: for catalogues and  price lists from Canadian- manufacturers of lanterns, enamelware, tools, all  kinds, hardware, brushware, handles,  woodenware and furniture shipped  k.d.s.  901. Engineering specialties. ■— A  Johannesburg firm of specialists In engineering supplies is prepared to take  up agencies and control for'-South'  Africa in such lines as wrenches, forg-  ings, jacks and other engineering or  mining supplies. If any line is taken  up, this firm undertake to advertise  in a thorough way.  902. Agencies.—A South African!  commission house now representing;!  successfully one Canadian manufacture  j er, is prepared to take up other agencies in such lines as-hard ware, house-'  hold utensils, farm-house specialties,:  shovels, spadee and other tools.  903. Toys.—A Manchester commission agent with good connections  wishes to represent a Canadian manufacturer of toys.  904. Domestic woodware.—A Manchester commission agent with a large  connection, is open to represent a Canadian manufacturer of domestic wood-  ware, washboards, pegs, rolling pins,  towel rails, bread "boards, etc.  905. Domestic enamelware.—-A Manchester firm inquires for a Canadian  manufacturer of domestic enamelled-  ware open to appoint an agent.  906...Machinery and tools.—A Manchester merchant is open to handle on  commission, machinery and tools.  907. Confectionery.—A     Manchester'  firm, with.five.branch stores wishes to  import    Canadian    chocolates  and all'  'varieties  _of   sweets. .. Samples „ and  ^price's should be submitted.  '908. Machinery.—A 'Manchester firm,  is open' to represent .-'manufacturers of  heavy  specialized  machinery  and  en-'j  gtneers' tools.  .909. Steel, etc.—A Manchester com-J  uafssion agent is open to represent!  manufacturers of billets, sheets, sections, castings, forgings, air compressors, machinery engineers' tools.  910. Machinery   for   boot   trade.—A  Manchester   commission   agent   with  •good connections is open to represent  i a manufacturer of boot machinery and  general finding for the boot trade.  911. Tools.—A Manchester manufacturers' agent wishes to hear from'Can'-'  jadian firms open to appoint a representative to handle pulleys, hack-saw-  blades, twist drills, hammers and'vices.  912. Confectionery.—A Manchester  firm having twenty-five travellers on  the road, is open to represent Canadian manufacturers of high-class confectionery, chocolate, sugar goods, biscuits, etc.    Best references given.  913. Furniture.—A Manchester firm  is open to purchase bedroom and office    furniture,    chairs    and    general  ! household    effects.      Catalogues    and  i prices are requested.  914. Confectionery.—A Manchester  I firm with large staff of travellers, is  i open to purchase any confectionery  | specialties, also chocolate, toffee, chew-  I ing   gums,   etc.     Prices   and   samples  requested.  915. Furniture.—A Manchester firm  'asks    for    catalogues    and    prices    of  household and office furniture.  91G. Paper.—One of the most influential firms in Manchester is open to  purchase large quantities of all kinds  of paper.  917. Mining supplies.—A,._ Belgian  firm ask for catalogues, blue prints  and prices on mining supplies of all  kinds for open work also for trucks,  rails, engines, etc. All documents to  be in duplicate, one addressed to Belgian Congo and other to London, England. Both addresses on file with the  Department in Ottawa.  91S. Foodstuffs. — A Johannesburg  commission agent of twenty years'  connection is prepared to take up the  Canadian representation of such lines  as flour, breakfast foods, canned goods  tiny any line suitable  for the grocery  trade.  919. Cereal   breakfast   food,   etc.—A  London     firm     maintaining     several  brunches and  claiming an established!!  connection,   are   desirous   of   securing II  the   sole  agency  of  a  first-class   Canadian   cereal   brekafast   food   in   pack-  (Contlnuod  on   pajie  *.)  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron "Work and  all kinds  of Wire Work.  112-16   Dufferin   St.  Fair.   264S  l*>  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  ORPHELM CAPE  an ideal meeting' place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating,  capacity. 250.  Opposite Orphenm Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dvvyer, Proprietor & Chef  G.  Kil-gren  General Contractor  9G2  14th A».  Fairmont 94GL  COMMERCE  ONE   TON  TRUCK  A year ahead of other  trucks — the only truck  having everything necessary on it when you buy  ;it;  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  STANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally, a standard truck  throughout. Continental  Red Seal Motor, Tiuiken-  David Brown worm gear  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spicer universal joints.  Two, three and a half and  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors/Ltd.  1260 Granville.  »••*•«•«■-•«•-•"••«  »•..«..•..*.•••••»••••-•  II  -DBtrGXESS    K-GAX-XKCt  W. J. Downle,   D.M.T.  MR. BUSINESS MAN  My    business    is    to    invigorate  ii.ody, ,mind  and    brain.     People  ha've passed through'my hands say-'l  do all three.    See*next advertisement'-.  923  and 929 Birk3  Building-,  Vancouver, B.C. ,  Seymour  603 ,   Seymour  724SR |  the  who  Business  Paper  Advertising  The Buying Power per Subscriber Represents an Infinitely Greater Sum than the  Buying Power of Any Other  Class of Publication, Because  Each Buyer Purchases for  Business and not for Private  ' Consumption  Electrical Contractors  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 Galvanize 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,  IMpe  i-langes,  etc.  T. WATT  225  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  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  SoyjMOttr 3585  833 Pender St. West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  nii\u,ffMfVj^mwam  5 » •* 5i g  JilllrU.  wafn-twirTra-i litfiaii'i i-rTT3lf'Virtnl! L"ti- - lainn— l 'r"-:"~—T..!JL-.**-.»:r-'.J. SK-V..--.--V  TV  BRITISH COLOMBIA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A.G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  THE   DAIRY   OF   A   CONTRACTOR  Troubles   to  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A..Jones, MgT.  WHARF. BUILDING? z  BR.DGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug ■■CLIVE"  General   Towing  324 Front St Nsw Westminster  Telephone 1015  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  aid STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  .>.*?  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSOMIWNG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  "Yours   Truly"   Tells   His  the  Record.  January   Gth,   1919.  By Golly, this is going to be a good  season now for contracting. I'm going  to bid on Hint school tomorrow and believe me, no more of that cut-throat  .stuff for mine., I've lost a lot of coin  at   that   game  and   this  year   I've, gotta  I    win or go back to my old  trade of selling patent  medicine.  "Five per cent,  overhead, 10 per cent,  profit,  and  a   fair  price  to  the  sub-contractors,"   that's   my   motto.  January 7th,  1919.  Well,   I   got   beat  that  time,  here  is  a  list ,of tlie  bidders on  that school:  Fair  Profit   Co ?20,000  Yours   truly   ..'   19,000  Consistent   Bidder   18,000  I.   Forgot   Sumpin   17,000  T*.  Bustum   16,000  Al.   AN'aysbroke     .15,000  .Skinner   &   Chen tern :    15,000  'A.   Poorfiscli    Zl3,000  I'll have to cut clown on my overhead  and figure a little closer all the way  through on that other school and see  how near I come to the bottom. Anyway, Poorfisch is out of the way now  and that's some consolation. Bids go in  on the other school January 10th.  January   10th,   1919.  I did a little better, that time, but  wouldn't you think some of those cheap  skates would get wise and llgure a little  profit.  Here  is a list of  the bidders:  A.   Newcomer    $20,000  Fair  Profit.  Co  19,000   -  Consistent   Bidder   1S.000  Yours   Truly   10,000  U.  Bustum   Co -..  15,000  Al.   YVaysbroke   1-1,000  Skinner  &   Cheatem      13,000  Better luck next time—I just got the  plans on that little factory job and  I'll figure-that down low. I won't put  in any overhead and cut my profit down.  I've a hunch that lumber is going to  drop and I'll 'figure on that. Bids go in  March 1st.  March 2nd.  Darned   if  I  didn't lose that job after  all  and   I   thought  sure  1  was  going  to  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SEALED .TENDERS ADDRESSED  to the undersigned and endorsed  "Tender for Dockyard Wharf at Esquimau, B. C," will be received at  this office until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, January 24, 1919, for the reconstruction of the dockyard wharf at  Esquimau, 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 Esquimau, B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless, made on printed forms supplied  by the Department and in accordance  with  conditions contained  therein.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  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,  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 FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to S16 PENDER ST., W-  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St  Business Directory and  Buyers* Guide  When Buying Bulletins Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  (Address British Trade Commissioner  in Canada, 367 Beaver Hall Square,  Montreal,- referring to British Trade  Inquiry No. .4078.)  Buying agency.—A London,firm desires  to   communicate   with   Canadian  importers of hardware, iron and steel,  motor cars, furnishing materials, and  household   requisites,  with  a  view   to  acting as  their buying agents  in  the  United   Kingdom.      (Address    British  Trade    Commissioner in    Canada, 3C7  Beaver Hall Square,  Montreal, referring to British Trade Inquiry No. 4091.)  Electrical    insulating    material'   and  lacquers    for    brass.—A    Birmingham  firm desires  to get into touch  with  a  Canadian house who will act as agents  for  the sale of these  products.     (Ad-  R   C 'DESROCHERS      'dress  British  Tra'de  Commissioner in  Secretary j Canada, 3G7 Beaver Hall Square, Mont-  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa-, referring to British Trade Inquiry  vva, December 21, 191S.- No. 409S.)  *,A^|t.j.^).;.<j,.j«S^4.-<.4i^.ig»-;.<iK't5,^<J"<"S'^<S>-i-  | ■'"..'■     ARCHITECTS    e       '*  V  Members of The Architectural lH.gtita*»  of British  Columbia.        -  (Continued   from   page   3)  ages, with the object of introducing  it upon a large scale, and invite correspondence    from    actual    Canadian  j manufacturers seeking such an outlet.  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  get  it.    That bunch  makesme sick   the  way  they  cut  prices—here  is  the  way! They   are   also   interested  they ran:  A.   Newcomer $19,000  Fair Profit  Co   IS.500  Consistent  Bidder   18,000  1.   Forgot  Sumpin....;   16,000  ■fours   Truly  15,000  U.   Bustum  1-1,000  Al.    Waysbroke .13,000  Skinner   &   Cheatum    has   a   job   and  now  Al.   Waysbroke has a job,  if  1  can  only beat TJ. Bustum Co., I'll get a job  too.        I'm   going   to   show   that  bunch,  and   go   after   that   garage   job:   it's'   a  plain    straight-away ' job    and   bids   are  to   be   opened     March     15th'.'    "Lumber  hasn't  come  down  yet   but  I  still  think:  it  will  and   I   don't   tnink   there  is  anything   to   that   rumor  about   the  carpenters asking  more wages.     I am  not going to figure any profit or overhead-and  cut   everything   down   to   the   bone   and  get  that job  even  if  I  only  make about  $75   a   month   for   the   time   it   takes   to  build it.    1  feel lucky, anyway.  March   15th.  List of  bidders on garage:  A.   Newcomer    SIS.GOO  Fair   Profit   Co.(   IS,,'!00  Consistent  Bidder   IS,000.  Yours    Truly ,...   12,500  Whad'di'ye know about that!     I could  have had  over  $5,000 more and still  get  the job.    TJ.  Bustum  didn't  figure at all   <■"«  Jir\n.ciP^\  —heard   he    was    going   tnroogn    banK-  ruptcy   and   is   working   with   his   tools  again.  I     wonder    if    I   fotgot    anything—T  in canned  vegetables, fruits and fish, and would  be glad to hear from Canadian packers looking for export trade. .  920. Flour.—A -London firm is desirous of securing the representation-of  an important Canadian miller for the  sale of their flour in England. Bankers' and other references. : .-:•■.-'■  . 921. A firm of British importers-in  Buenos Aires, Argentine > Republic,  would like to get in touch with a Canadian company canning fish.   . • ■-? . -• ,0  922. Dry goods.—A Sydney importer  interested, in the importation.of above,  invites correspondence from interested  Canadian manufacturers. ■■■■■--  VANCOUVER  Benzie   Jas. A., 510 Hast. W Sey.  330«  Bryan '& Gillam, 500 Richards Sey. 6508  Dalton &   Eveleigh,  G15 -    ■  Hast.   \V.   .'. Sey.    t>b2  Gardiner,   F.   G.   &   Mercer,   718   Gran.;  Seymour  3672.  Henderson;   A.   K.,   6'5   Hast.   Vv ,Sey;  124  Honeyman  & Curtis,  821 .-  Fender W - Sey.  1621  James XV. '.Keajjcy, 2576 2nd W....Bay. /92R  Matheson, Ttobt. M., 509 Rich...Sey. 503S  Palmer. Bernard C.  616  Credit ...  Foncien Bldg. Sey. 3680  Parr  &  MncKenzie. 736  Gran. ...Sey.- 78.1  Sharp & Thompson, 620 Pender W..Sey. 1064  Townley, Fred L.. 225 Homer....Se> 1013  Twizell,  R.  P. S.,  837  Hast.W..Sey   7925  VICTOBIA  A.'. Tt.   TTennell,   1086  St.   Louis  St..,.117tRl  T  C. .M.   Keith,  Sayward   Bldg........ .-..1420  Sam  Maclure,  Union   Hank  Bldg.. .2848  Lieut.-Colr   Ridgway-Wilson,   Belmont   House,  XSQUXXIXS      &ECEXTZD       BY      THS  KBZTISK   TRADE   COKanSSIOlT  1ST CA2TADA.  Inquiries    received   from    British   ex-  | port   houses   which   wish   to   open   con-  i nectiona    with   Canada.      Canadian    importers   who   may   desire  to   obtain  specific articles  of  United  Kingdom   manufacture     are     invited     to    communicate  with  the British Trade Commissioner in  Canada,   367   Beaver   Hall   Square,   Montreal, who  will be pleased to obtain and  furnish    catalogues   and   price   lists   of  United    Kingdom    firms  manufacturing   the   goods   required.  IMPORTANT.   —   Quote   the   British  Trade   Imiiry   Number   in   each   case.  BRICK CONTRACTOR  Chimneys, Fireplace*. Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  20S5 45th Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale  Phone Eburne  203L2  G. W. ROBINSON  CARPENTER and BTTXXtDER  also  Cabinet   Maker  Upholstering  2226 Cambie Street  S. J. Trlcker  E. E. Elliott  CENTRAL  SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  COPPER,  BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Ser- 620      151VS Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  Electric fires and cookers.—An Eng-  know T didn't fisiure any profit or over-   lish  firm   of   manufacturing   engineers  head   and   figured  on   beating  down   all(desires   to   apiJoint   Canadian   agents,  the subs and figured that lumber would   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  take a drop—but, gee whiz! ' * * ■' &  Well, I'll sign up—but ain't it hell .f.  after working three months to get a!*  job and have to go way down for itji*  only to find that I could have had 4*  55,000 more and they say the carpenters \ *  are going to get their increase, too—Lg,  but     I'll    pull    through    O.   K.       I    can | 4*  *  !$  .J1S.S00  . 1S.5.-.0  .   IN.200  at    f  if  1 f  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   -WELDERS  Cor.  Alexander   and   Hf-atley   Avenue  Phone   Highland   200!)  build   cheaper   than   anybody   else   anyhow.  April 15th. \ju  This is a heluva business to be in—1 j "§"■  stand to lose more than I've got on this i £  job and yesterday a job was ]:.-!. exactly : <3»  the same size as this one and look  the  bids:  A.   Newcomer      l-'air Prolit Co   Consistent   Bidder     Consistent   Bidder   gets   nearly   $0.i)0i' j *  higher than the price T got. ' ^  My    job    is    plastered    with liens and ; •*•  claims and  I  don't,, see any  way  out.        j  April  20th.  The bonding company has seized my  home and everything and since they  have been so darn smart I'm going to  let  them   finish  the job.  1 am going to start tomorrow on my  old trade (I've gotta live, you know)  selling little Pink Pills and my advice  to everybody is to stay out of the contracting business—they are a bunch of  cheap crooks and don't know how to  figure   anyway.  YOU US  TRULY.  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  AGENTS FOR  *  v  •2*  McCLARY'S RANGES  %  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2-30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  «■«■  KEEP   CUSTOMERS   POSTED.  The greatest reserve force you can  employ is to keep your customers well  informed of your doings, says John  Wart, in Hello, a London publication.  Public memory is always short—under the present conditions it must be  shorter than usual; the stress of circumstances is great, far too great, to  enable them to recollect that "your  goods are the best!" So keep your  reserves in constant training, fit for  the day.  What Mr. Hart says to English merchants and manufacturers is equally  applicable in America. The wise business man will advertise with an eye  to after-tbe-war conditions.  •S*  *  f  X  ♦  t  t  f  %  V  t  ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue  Print Sc Drafting Co.,  531    GraiiTille   St ...Sey.  2497-4670  ARCHITECTURAL    TKKUA    OOTTA.  ETttnu,  Coleman & lSrai>, Ft.  Col. St., S. 2988  O'Neil, Win.  N.  Co.  L,d.,  518  Seymour.S. 4796  Rltcblo    Con.    &    Sup.    Co..    Ltd     Gran.    Zl.  Bride*   ....     g. 9162  A8I>I!AI/r   FKI.T.  Bvana,  Coleman <fc  Bra.na,   ft.  Col 8. 298S  The Barrett Co., Ltd., 10th A- Arbutus  Bay. 6.1  The  Standard  Paint   Co.   oi  Canada,   ht<l.,  4.10   Standard   Bank   Bide. Sey. 2913  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ceperley,   Rounsefull   Sc  Co.,   Winch   Bldg.  ••• Sey.  7830  BANKS  Ho-m   Bank  •/   Canada....... g.  5270  BAM,   OPriCE   &   BTOBE   FITTINGS  The  lames'; Mrookcs  Wooclworkinjr Co.  J.Id.,  1259 0th S. K.,  Burnaby..West;  473 j  BLUE   PRINTS  Dominion  Blue Print A Drafting; Co.,  531    Granrilla   St Bey.  2497-4670  HKICK—AIX KINDH.  Ev-nmt    Coi.man   *   Bviui.,    Ft.   Col..-   S. 29SS  Gllley Bro«.,   Ltd..  S*w  W»st.,   Phonen  15,   16  W.  N.  (VNoll & Co.,  6-tX Bay.  St..  S. 4795-4798  F^tohle   CoDtr.   &.   Sup.   O.,    Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  Bride*   S.   9102  R.V.WInoh  ft  Co.. Ltd.,  Winch  B.  S, 279-m'l.  BUILI)IX«   FKLT8   AND   TAPERS.  Eraus.   Coleman   4   Evans.   Ft.   Col... ,S. 29S8  W.  S.  O'Neil   &  Co..   S-1S  K»y.   St..   S. 4 7^5-4 71'"?  The Ilarrett  Co., Ltd.,  10th & Arbutus  Ilay. 63  The  Standard   Paint   Cp.  of Canada.   Ltd.,  ,430   Standard   Bank   Hide Sey. 2913  BONOS—8HKBTV.  Ceperley,  Roimscfell   *  Co.,   Winch   Bldg.  ! Sey.  7820  I P..V.WIncb  Jfc Co.. Lid..   YVijitdi   B..  S. JVS-19-H  .CARPENTERS  Dixon    S:    Murray '.,....'. .5.  S765-  8766  CEMKNT.  Balfour,   Guthrie  *   Co. &.   913,-**675  F.'vftns. Coleman A 13van«. Ft. rJol. ..8. 2SSS  Gllley Bro«., LtJ., Xew Went.. Phonos 16. IK  XV. N. O'Xell i Co.. 5-lS «f.v. St., S. 4785-479S  Hltchle   Contr.    &   Sup.,   Ltd.,    Granville . St.  Brldg-e         S. 916?  R.V.Wlnch & Co.. Ltd.. WKch B.. S. 179-194'  CEMK*VT TKST1NO  AW»  ASSAYING.  Hunt,   Hobt.   W.   *   Co.,   Standard    flunk  Bid*   .8. 2199  CONTKACTOJte—(iEM-KAb.  Armetrone.   Morrison    &    Co.,     Ltd.,     Bovver  Big.     S. 1836  COXTKACTOKS—TILB—TEKKAZiO.  Evan*, Coleman A Irani, ft. Col., ...S. 2988  XV.  S.   O'Noll  & Co..   »48 S»y.  c5t..  S. 479.1-4795  CRAX'ES    AN11    HOIST!*-    (KI.KCTKU*  Th« Hold** Co.. Ltd., 642 Pender St.  W.  Sey.   1065  DIES   AHD   TOOLS.  Gibbs  Tool  &  Stampiriif  Works,  356  Dufferin   W. Fair. 2176  DRAFTING    •  Do«iini«n   Blue  Print &  Drafting C».,  531    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  0KI1.1.-4—roHr.4111.jc  Ki.m.-i'itio  Darling, Frank & Co.,  1142  Homer  Street     ...Sey.  4100-4101  Th« Holden Co., Ltd., (42 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1066.  KI.BCTRICAL •UPl'I.ttSS  ».'.'•.   Ilwlrk C»..   Ltd  '.; ...„ j__.S. 5qp0  Cop» & .•*«.  Ii* ]la«lina-> W. .._   s»y. Ml  Darline-, Frank lc C:; 11-42 Homer  '*;:■':-Street-   ...:...........:..:r.......Sey.  1100-4101  " Tll/B*r ATOR C AW§ AND KNCLO8URK8.  S. M. Morris A Co..Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay.,1043  W."iV.   0*N«U*  C«..   84»  S«y;  St.  S. 47»*i479l*  KitoklB- C«atr.   *   Bup.   Co ,   Ltd..   Gran.   St.  - Brlds*    .....: -.. .......:..    8. 9182  SLBTATORfl  DaHine:; Frank-&'Co... 1142 Homer  Street    .!..................... Sey.  4100-4101  '""_;;    ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion  Blue  Print &   Drafting Co.,  531    Granville   St.. ... .Sey.  2497-4670  FIKE CLAT  Bairour,   QutlirU  &   Co S.  S197-657B  Bvani, Coleman Sc Kvans Ft. Col...S. 29SS  Gilley Bros.,, N«w West-mlnster. Phones 15,16  W. N. O'Neil A Co., i4I Key. St.. S.4796-4798  Kltchie Con. A Sup. Co.. Oranvl. Bdr. .¥. 91«:  R. V. Wlnoh *  Co..   ▼lnoh Bid*., b.  -"79-1944  FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Merris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  J:IKK   EXTIXHIblIRK   SVS-TEMS.  Barr A Anderson,  10-«0  Horaer St S.  6180  FLOORING  J.  Fyf*  Smith  *   Co..   I3tt  nichnrrU. .B. 119«  FORtlNQS  Westmlaawr Iron  Workn.   Ntw WMtrainater    Fhon« 53  GALVANIZING  Alia*    MnKelvie Kng. Co.,  Ltd HigU   1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vaaceurer  Ga«  Appliance  Co S.    S01  GLAB8— AI.I. KINOS.  W. N.  O'Neil A Co. »4,*i S«-y.  St..   S.  4795-4791-  HARDWARE  Iirovra.   Fr»LMir  *   Co..   UO..   1158   iroiuer   SL....R.  7138  Flett, J. A.,  Ill iiastlnss W Sey. 2327-S  IIAICUWOOU  FLOORS  W.  N.  O'Nfll .% Co..  54* fi«y.  St...«. 4795-479!*  J.   Fyft  Smith   ft   Co      ISIrO   Richard*. .5. 119"  IIAROWOOH I.I.'MliKR  Smith,  J.   F>-fe  &  Co..   132*   Richards. .B. 119(1  IIKATING—HOC   AIR,    slEAM   AND   VKN-  TI LATING  Bail«y, ■. A., 1«33 Granville St S.  L'16  Barr   A   Anderson,    10**')    Homer   St...S. 6180  Norma.   Kydd.  906  Davie  St Sey.  9188  UOIJSTING   ENGINKS  Rltchl* Coa   A  Pup. Co.  Ciranvl.  Bd|r..e. 916i  INSURANCE.  Ceperley,   Rsunsefoil   &.   Co.,   Winch   Bldg;.   Sey.   7«20  R.  V.   Wiset  t  C«.  Ltd.,  Winck   Bldg.   '. i Sey. 279-1944  INTRItiOR   riNI«M  KTasa,   Coleman   tt  Hvann.   ft.   Col .**. 2988  W. N. O'Neil A Co.. 544 Soy. SL..S. 4795-4798  ititchle. Con. <k Sup. Co., Uranv.   Bdg. .5. 9ioi  IRON   AND   STKBL—STRITTL'RAL  Can. Northwc-*t Steel Co.,   Ltd.  Prince  Edward  St fAUr.  2-39 6-7  Evan«.   Coleman   Jk   Evans.    *Tt.   1J0I...S. 29SS  CotiKhlan.   .1.   &   5one.   World   BldK 8.   79-"0  H!t<-hl«. Hon. & flu:) Co.. Gr-Hnv. Rd)?..S. 91 «C  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 cedar Bay. 1043  VV". N. O'Neil A Co.. 548 Hey. St. ..S. 47D5-4798  Wo:umtnV.er   Iron   VVorl'.s.   New  WeMrnimter     Phon* 5:1  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs1 Tool■■&  Stanipihu  Works,  356  Dufferin    VV.    . Fair. 2176  .„,       ■■ MIHWOBK.  I lie .lames   Brookes  Woodworkinn Co  Ltd., 1259 6th S.  I-;.,   Buniaby..,West.  473  mike oora APKiwa  Central   Public:,Stenographer.s,   Mimeo-  S-raplnn{,'. 414 'Dominion''Bids., Sey.  5078.  MOTORS  I*.   C.  Eluotrlo  Co.,  Ltd _s   500(  r -. ,     r~       MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Little Giant iMotor Truck  Co... .. . . .Sey   331  Keo   Motor  Car  Agency,   Ltd ..Sey.'i860  lucker  iVlotor  Co., S33  Pender  VV...Sey.   3565  MULTIGRAPHING  «L--r.mit,Va.l iM'l,IM S^noeraphers, Mima-  OKiupuiiK 414 Dominion Bid■,*■.. Sey. 5078  Domjn.on^ Blue   Print   &   Drafting   Co      ■  331 Cranvile, St  Srty.   2-l<-7-4670  OFFICE  AND  STORE FITTINGS  Dixon    *    Murray s. g76S. S76i  OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  VVcntern, Specialty,   Ltd.,   572   Gran.  Sey    *  „*""*;•'': •*EV.T,.*,Q AND MECHANICAL COOOt*  IJunloji rir« & liuhbur Gooila Co    Ltd  844  Camlil*  St _ ,' J. >s   1;)_s „&u  PAINTING  &   PAPER   HANGING "  ■v   Murray , .. . .S. 8765-  8766  526  Di.Non  XV. N.  O'Neil & Co.,  54S Sey. St...S. 471  'I'AINTS— D,,,,(r'   1'ROOF.  795-4798  PAPER  Smith. .Davidson   &  Wriidu,  Ltd.,  Homer  and-Uevu.   St., ;; s_ 95M  ^PARTITION—FIJtKl-KOOF  fjv«**■*,. Coleman  & Evann    l*t. Colum.   S   "9S8  Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co., GranvT ijclg.Zs.' 9?"  PATTERNS  Wwlminstcr -Iron  Works.   .\»,v.- Westminster    l'liom- 31  .  . PHOTOSTATS  DomjinonBlue   Print   \-   Drafiiiig   Co  ••31    Gnir.yde   St .Sev.   2497-467«  PIG   IKON AND  TIN'  Balfour.   Guthrie  .v   r.'o .* s   91<*7-6R-e  ^v»"3' Coleman & Kvans,  fj.  Col.'. .. Z 2983  U.   V.   W inch  &  Co..   Wine.  Bld...S.    279-1944  it  1    ',   r        •""•IX« '*.VO  POLKS  Federal. Lumber- Co.,'   Hoxm   Hldif;.:...:__._;s   3flgs-o  «'JLE DRlViNG  fvana, Coleman & Kvans,   ft.  Col    S  298i  tr**.e   itiv.p.  Pilo   Urtvir..-   Co..',Now   'vv""  „       "   „' , I'"'!:— SiRVVKIt  Bvana,  Coleman A l-:-.-u,-,s    Ft  Colum     s   vose  H cZc3^ V*1--* iVeW We.t.hfce-flS.9!?  rtirchle Con. Jt Sup. Co.. Granvllh. ^ oik!  R.  V.  Winch & Co./wiZ; Bld.Zs    '2'79-u"  Balfour,  Guthrie  Z*Co.. Z . S   91^7 k-;--;  Evans. Coleman & Bvai.a   Ft  Co'iu'm  Gllley   Bros..   Ltd.,   New   West.   .PhZ  • S. 298S  ones 15, II  Vi.,     ^v"  * Co., 54S Sey. St. ..S   479-,-47a!  r:rr"-?"s'-«»M"'s':"  WV   O?s*lir^no&  ^'f"8'   "•   Col.....S. 2988  Evans,  ft.  C0I.....S. 298J  "£% Con. ?;* .|^MCSjr<franvl..,..S. 91*.  Bailey, E. A., 1033 Granvlllo St S   13c  Barr, * Andorson. ldbo Horner St"""s' *i«J  Norman  Kydd.  906  Davie St.   . Se'v' 9 88  I'.VKLTHATIC  TOOLS     -     J*       ™  -Parli??:l?I:aHk &^Co- H42 Homer  PZ     ^.Z        PH.NTER8 Sey.-J065.  UaA^yuA* ,G- & Sons.  Ltd.  510   Pender    W.    ........ Sev      ,,.  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER J16  ocr-toMnL- n4Un S,tet"°^™P'>erS. Mime--  of,niphfriK -114 Dominion Rid;,'.. Sey. 5078  Dominion    Blue   Print   &   Drafting   Co."  531.   Granvile    St Sev     •'497.4670  Evan, Coleman & Rvar.s Ft. .olu*m..S "9**8  wh\.B = 7«t Co.    Ltd.,  10th & Arbutw Bay'.63  «» .h"n.,S?,^ H.  S.U.!\.C-. ...'GranvlJle..S. 9162  Hruith    Uavldson  A  Wrl.lit.   Ltd..  llomc-r  r      and   Datl<i   St->  s   „.«■  I he  Standard   Paint  Co. 'of'"CanadaTLtd.'.  430   Standard    Bank    Hl.lo- c...    onj-j  Standard    Bank    Hide- '      'Sev'"")l  KOOKI-VO—SI^KK-r  ».IKTiL *  (R^'.w(??r"''-'c  ''■"«   ttoofinj-)  ROOJ ING   .V ATEICIA L  ROOFING-WHOLESALE  Hie  Standard   Paint   Co.-r.)   Canada.   Ltd.,  430   Mandard   Bank   Rldjf.   .. <-v    "  Sidney   Rubber   Koofmp   Co.   ...... .Zs    4  913  149  .R 9197-6571  -Soy.     316  koi*»;-.m.vm; a  Halfour.    Guthrl<>   &    Co  RUBBER  STAM.">S  Bairloy. .A.  G.  & Sons,   Lta  516    Pendt-r   W.       ..  T,.   k.   „,v.WI'KS-VAI'l,T'|)6(»ltS  XX    NO Neil .t  Co., MS S.;y. St.. .S. 4795-47ft8  SAND    (MtAVKI. AND CKUMIIKI)  KOfK  *.vans.  Coleman  &   EvariK.   ft    Col .       S  ""IS8  nil1^.  B^H"   lA£-   NXW   Wert...Phone»'i5."ll  RitcWe, Con. & Sup. Co.. Grnnv.  »d«..S. 916J  S.Vfill   DOORS.   WINDOWS.   KTC  XV.  N.  O'Noll .«- Co..  54C  S.-v.   SI...S. 4735-479^  SHEET  METAL  Centra!   Sheet  Metal   Works      Sey   6^0  ■MIINGJ.h   .U.VNt I-.\("I t-KKKS  AND   UKAU  KRS.  (See   Lumber   tnd   ShlnRlea.)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon    &    Murray s. S765-  S766  SI. ATI-;  Kvans.   Colt?.man  &   Evuns    rt.  Col S. 2988  W. N    O'Noll A-  Co.,  D IS  S(r>.  SI...S. 479D-4798  Industrial and Household  Gas Fittings  «  C. Bain,  Manager  767 ROBSON ST. SEYMOUR 801  ■I  **4  t  'I  '♦3*  'I  *  f  I  %  t  t  4>  IRON   AND   8TKKL—ORNAMENTAL  Artistic Wire ft   iron  Works,   112-16  Dufferin    St.     K l-'air.  2648  ETans.   Colomaa  &  Kvans,   ft.   Col S. 2D88  S. AL Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2130 Cedar Bay.  1043  W.  N.  O'Neil A Co.,  548  Sey.  SL..S. 4795-4798  •rltehlo Con.  &  Hup. Co..  Grtinvl.  BdiR. .S. y 1 fi  W-»tmi.a.»ter  Iron  Worku,   N»w Wentmlnster    1'hone 53  KALSOMINING  Dixoa    <-   Murray S.  8765-8766  LATH—METAL  EJvans, Coleman & Kvans. ITt. Coiumb..*. 298S  W. N. O'Neil A Co.. Hi Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Rltchl*   C.   and   ».-   Co.,   Qraa.   St Ii.   9162  LIME.  Balfour,   Guthrie   J>.   Co S.   9197-6576  Ervans. Coleman & E-rans, Ft. Coiumb. .S. 2988  Gllley Bros., New Westminster. .Phones 15. 16  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 P».y. St. . .S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Cob. & Sup. Co . *3ran vllle. .S. 9162  Tt.  V.  Winch  Co,  Ld..  Winch Bde. .S. 379-1944  LUMBER  Federal H Lumber   Co..    Hotfur*    ltld«  S.  3998-9  MACHINERY  Brown.   Frmor  ."i   C*>.,   I,td..   1159   H^mer   !tt S.  71D5  Darling-, Frank & Co.,  II42 Homer  Street a«y.   4100-4101  XV. N. O'iS'oll A Co., 548 Soy. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co.. Granvl. BtJg. .fl. 916)  The Holden Co., Ltd., 642 Pander SL W.  Sey.   1060.  MACHINE    WORK  Gibbs  Tool  S-   Stamping-  Works,   356  Dufferin   W Fair.  2 I 76  Wefltmlntrwr  Iron  Worlm,   New W«ntmlnnler    Hhone 03  MANTELS— 1IHICK. TILE ANB  WOOD  Evans, Cel«m*B & Bvans, ft. Co!.**.. .o. Z9J»  XV. N. O'Neil A Co., 649 Sw. »t. ..S. 4705-4798  Kltchie   Con.   &   Su*.   Co..   Oraavllla. .8. 919t  MAPS  Dominion   Blue   Print   St   Drafting   Co.,  531    Cranvile    St Sey.    2497-4670  HAKULS  ANB  ONYX  EviBfl.  Gole-naa A  "Bvaae,   ft,  Ool S. 2918  ®^*4>&k*^%*&*fr>V^**<M N.  O'Wall A «fa.,  643 eery. 8t. B.  478J-479I  R.   V.   Winch  A  Co..   Winch  B!d...S.    L'79-1944  Ritchie. Con    ■<■ «up   ''<>.    i;r.-i»-/    ndir    S   91CI  STEEL— REINFORCING.  Balfour,    Guthrie    &    Co S. 9197-6576  Evans.   Coleman   .t   Kvans,   ft.   Col S   2988  STORK    *-    Ol /ICE    IIXTt.KEs   *    STOKB  FRONTS  Dixo'i   »"v   Murray SS765-8766  Evans.   Co'-iman   &   Evans,   Ir.   Col.' .. .S. 2'iS8  W. N. O'Neil * Co., 548 Sey.   SI...S. 4795-4798  TAR   AND   PITCH  The Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,  lOiliX- Arbutus  Bav. 63  Evans,   Coloman   it   Evnns,   ft.   Col S. '2'JHS  TILE—DRAINING  Evans. Coloman  &  Evnns    Ft, Colum. .S. 2988  Ollloy   Bros.,   New   VVestmlrjater   Phones   16, 16  Ritchlu   Con. & Sup   Co.,  Grnnv.  BdK..S. 9161  TILE— FLOOR  AND   WALL  Evans.  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  VV. N.  O'Noil * Co.,  548 Vvy. St. ,.S. 4795-4798  TIN PLATES  Halfour,   Guthrie   A   Co S.   9197-6571  Evans.   Coleman   &   Evnns,   ft.   Col S. 2988  R.  V.  Winch & Co..  VVIncl,  BId...S.    279-1944  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank   &.   Co.,   1142   flori.er   St.   F.   4100-4101  VACri'M   CLEANING   SYS TEMS.  Barr  &   Anderson,   1060   Homi-r   !,t S. 6181  WALL    BOARDS  Evans.  Coleman  &   Evans,   ft.    ,'ol S. 2981  The-  Standard   Paint  Co.   of Cf .iada.  Ltd..  430   Standard   Bank   illd-f Sey. 2913  WATER PROOF COSJ'Ol'NII  The  Rarrelt  Co..   Ltd.,  10th i'.  Arbutus  Bay. 63  Evnns,   Col«rnan  &  Evans,   ;t.  Col S. 2988  VV    .V    O'Neil  &■  Co,  b48  Sr/.   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