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 RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers  Covering: British Columbia.  Vol. 16,  No. 17, Monday, Jan. 20, 1919.  6  Building Material  Tel. Sey. 4795-6  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  .,-..'..- 548-550  Seymour St.  fa !s Accounted  or  ACCOUNT if he lias a bank  AOCOU35TT. No actio unt is too  ymull to receive a courtcoua wel-  ooaik at this  bank.  The.  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver  Branch,  446   Hastings   St.   "W.  J.  P.  i/lacDOITAIiD,   Maaag-or  DOMINION  glassed BRICK Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  • '.UIXDINO   PEEWITS   AMODNT1NO   TO   S50O   OB   OVEE  ISBITED  M   TEB   VAKCOOTEB   CITY  EAL1  TESrBRDAY  Sumbg  Description  ■ I -  i cr  Cost   Street  Address  Xiot   and  Block  9S02—General   Repairs'  : $750  Subdivision  Architect i Contractor  r.  Address . Owner  Address  IS-IO 42, U2 Columbia Ave.  M. C. Griffith  Can. Permanent Loan Co.  Ft. of Columbia av  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement,  Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime,  etc.  Mutiny, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHOKE  SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  -  WINNIPEG  PRANK DARLING & CO.  I  Lumber   Veneer    Parsess,  OuxNStock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coa»t  We are also Sole Agents for the  CeFaJbrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LHVMTED  1320 Richard. St. \    I Vancouver, B. C.  Jt  THE HOLDEIN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAy«^ CONTRACTORS  .  SUPPLIES  Sole AgenU In Canada Tor  Chicago Pneu/Tiatic Tool Co.  ■J>-."»»H-^"  Boyar   Riveting  A Chipping   Hammers;"  Little   Giant   Drills;  Electric Tools;'Rock Drills;   Air Compressors;  " Fuel Oil and  Gas. Engl nee.  Duntley  BUILDING PERMITS  ' 9S03—John    Nelson,    garage,     25CG  York St., Sydney Smith, Contr.' $125.  OSO-i—J.  C.  Storeo, repair shop, 7SC  Hamilton   St.,   D.   J.   Robinson,   Contr.  noo.  4--:*<| f consequent; increase  in  population  as j  j. i-well as the large sums that will have;  ,y,?X \ to be spent for the maintenance of the;  n~'\ | force heire.'the coming of these scarlet-!  coated "riders of the plains" will also!  mean something to the building' trade, j  While the definite program  of new-  buildings    needed  and    alterations to I  other  buildings at Hastings park  has j  not yet been definitely decided on, it  is known that at least two and possible  three  of  the  existing  stock buildings  erected   by  the  Vancouver  Exhibition  Mettrtal, Ttriitt  ffinietf  542 Pendar St. <¥..■'Vanewwr 9. C.(  Phenu Sty. 1065 '  CONTRACT  IS AWARDED  FOR SHAUGHNESSY HOME  Architect; Fred. L. Townley, 325  Iiomer street, has awarded a contract j Association will have io »je remodelled  to G..M. Champion, 4350 14th Ave. \V., ifor the accommodation of the mounts  for the construction of a "seven roonijf°r the force, and to provide suitable  home to be1 .erected on lot IS, block ?acommoda.tlan tor the nien''in"a^se'c1tioif  -6?2,;.Avenu'e A^jShatighnessy.'at a costj01" the park which is at present practi-  6f; $7,000. > Work on the new home will f cally unoccupied by any buildin  be started immediately.       " (three  new structures  of  considerable  'size  will  have  to  be  erected  for  the  , :o.-fe..i*W  66  THOR  99  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1144HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  ■s.l  RESUME BUILDING men's   barracks  and   staff  administra-j  ACTIVITY AT ONCE;rangernents  effected  with  Major  Fitz-I  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT  & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  j     Resumption   of  the  norma!  activity  j in building is regarded by as the first  i step in transition from a war to a peace  basis.      The    war    practically    ended  building of all  sorts,  through   restrictions on construction and movement of  N.I  uon.  It is  understood that under the ar-  Horrigan. superintendent of the R  !W.   M.  P.  for    British    Columbia,  by  ( Mayor Gale and President Miller, the  city,  through  the  Exhibition  Associa-  I.ondon, Enj.  Montreal  ■Winnipeg'  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION - TESTS - CONSULTATION  Toronto  Vancouver, B. C.  LTD.  STEEL      CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,      RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  508 HnBtiug"s W., Vancouver, B. C.  Cetnent Testing" Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing- JCaboratery. Boom Bl  Resident  Inspect©-b at Largo Manufacturing Center*  building material.  At this time, building of ecomieally  sound projects will benefit not only the  building industry as a whole, and will  smooth the pathway from wartime conditions to the normal. Moreover, building remains a permanent Detterment  to every community.  The pivotal nature of the building  industry and the fact that building materials'have shared less in the general  j inflation of commodity prices than al-  Jmost anything else, make stimulation  I of building the most feasible means of  j aiding industrv.  I  GilSey Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Al! Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 1<S  902   Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  ) LECTURE ON  CONCRETE  j GIVEN  BY  H.  L. ROBERTSON!  i At the Vancouver Hotel last .Mon-j  I day evening under the auspices or the)  Engineering & Technical Institute, a!  iLecture was given on "COXCK KT!-:" j  'by Mr. II. L. Robertson, C. K.. to a!  j packed audience. >  i Starting with the oariiesl ;:;;<> of  • Natural-cements; thence to the ninmi-  I I'acture of the present, day Portland  cement, the Lecturer traced the rapid  growth of the use of concrete from  mass work to reinforced work as how  used in -the^-'largest buildings, piling  and ship construction.  An interesting discussion followed  (lie Lecture, and a hearty vote of  thanks was given the Lecturer.  tion, will erect three new buildings for.  the men. Two of these will be frame j  barrack structures to cost about $6,000 J  each while a third will be a slierhtlv;  smaller building to accommodate the J  'officers and staff offices of the organi-i  nation. It is expected to cost about!  $5,000. j  For  the  housing of  the  horses   the;  Kxhibition Association  is  expected  to!  lease to the mounted police tne present;  'dog   a-nd   cat"   building,   the   poultry j  building and possibly the swine build-'  ing.    Considerable structural  change-* I  will be required in each of these build-j  ings to lit them for stabling.    It is ex-j  ptcted that tenders will be called fori  the  erection  of the  new  buildings  as i  soon as the plans for them have been I  decided on and prepared. j  j     It  is  understood  that  the  new  bar- •  i racks and  administration  building  fori  | the mounted police will be erected on;  that   portion  of  Hastings   Park   which!  lies   south   of   tiie   present   exhibition I  I buildings.     Considerable  clearing  and  j regarding operations will also  be  carried to that section of the ground eventually to allow of a parade ground for  the mounted  troops without using the  athletic field inside the half mile track.  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  BEAMS,  CHA.WNXX.S. ANOZES, PIiATBS, TEES, COX.TOOT*    *  COH7LITXL7 EQUIPPED  FABKXCATXKO-  S2XOFS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST Sttll COT, tW.  Fairmont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver, ». C.  BaBfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts. Tie Bolts.        We are  prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —   LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL— PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE,  ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Prfvato Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone S037  THE JAMES BROOKES WOBDWO  fVSHJwork Contracts  Union   Dopot    1910  Can.   Northern  Rly.   Depot 191?  Calg-ary  Armory    1918  Bossland   Hiffli   School 1918  Tranqnllle   Sanltorluni    1918  Phone Westminster 473  Our wteam heated plant etuible.H us  to jniuiufuuture Veneer Work ut ;uiy  unison  of  the  year.  \V'(s urn now niiiiiii fact uriiif; interior  (Htiiuj.s for the new K C. Telephone  BulltJIny's head ottlce in tjiiiirter Cut  Oak.  1259—6th St.,  East Burnaby  PLAN   NEW  BUILDINGS  AT  HASTINGS  PARK   FOR  "RIDERS  OF THE  PLAINS"  Pehind  the formal aplicution of the  Hoyal   North  West   Mounted   Police  to  the  Vancouver  Exhibition  Association  for accommodations at  Hastings  Park  for u permanent force or sonic 150 men  jnnd   horses,  there lies several  mattery  ftliat     Will   interest  local    contractors,  j architects and  the building trade generally.   Aside from the fact that a good  slroko   of  work   was   accomplished   by  the  united  efforts of  Mayor dale and  President .1. .1. Miller of the Vancouver  lOxhibition   Association   in   landing  the  new     provincial     headquarters  of  the  Koyal Mounted for Vancouver, and the  REPAIRS  TO   CONNAUGHT  BRIDGE BADLY NEEDED  One of the first questions which Aid.  J. .J. McRae. the newly appointed chairman of the civic railways and bridges  committee,  intends to  take  up at  the  meeting of the city council is the matter of permanent   repairs  to  the  Con-  naught bridge.    Hut first of al! a joint j  inspection of the  temporarily repaired'  portion   of   this   damaged   bridge   will;  probably   be   made   by  representatives j  of ■the city engineer's department and!  the \i. V. Klectric liailway Company to j  determine   if  it   is  still   quite   safe   toj  continue  running street  cars  over tluv'  temporary    portion  of  the    structure.1  The bridge examiners will be asked to  report how long the present temporary;  structure can be considered safe carrying its present  loads.  We have just received a large shipment  of  BRICK  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  (Continued on Page 2)  ■ •*:(*  .   »»'.«?*'«.:..*i<.  a^^^^^aMMMa.-awtAtfgsaCTfcjiuiwi.jiifi m,^ wwiiiM  t  mster iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. C. Phone 53  si  k_ BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ...UMK.1B  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  'A newspaper of general circulation, featuring lluildiiij.:, Contracting, JJngineering, Industrial, Shipbuilding, .Mining, Automobile, Pro.  vincial,  City  and  Harbor  improvements.  C. H. NELSON....iMANAGlNG EDITOR  , _, Office  and  Plant  583   Komer-fclchards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   Of  '«1    DUNSMUIR   STREET  "  PHOTTERS EYMOUR   7808  _       „ Subscription Bates  One  month    SI.00  Six   months ..$5.00  All subscriptions arc  payable strictly in adrance  The   British GpLuanbij^Record   Is   the  official organ ■bf4Trie~Aireifit't-U"U?ra.l Insti-  The   KoyaT    Architectural    Institute    of  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 2.075 90S Granvide St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  man, woir.sti and chid in France was  4!J rents;'in Engkuul o3 cents; in Ger-  many 2S cents; in Austria 25 cents;  in Italy 25 cents; in Switzerland 15  rents; in Holland 11 cents; in r.he  United States 210 cents. Our recor.-l,  therefore, was I'our times as bad as  that of France and nearly twenty times  as b;ij as Holland.  Vienna    and  Chicago    are  cities  of  enza epidemic. Additional shipping  mines this year are: The Cassidy  mine of the Granby company, No. .5  mine of the Canadian Collieries, Limited, at South Wellington; the Farm  mine of the Western Fuel company at  Nanaimo; and the Coalmont mine, at  Ttilameen, owned and operated by a  Vancouver company.  (Continued from paffe  1)  'ins that the time has come, when. it  would be cheaper to make permanent  repairs rather than spend more money  on further temporary repairs which  would only last a short time at best,  Aid. McRae intends to have a report  made on the question and a close in-  j spec-turn of the temporary part of the  bridge made to ascertain if it is still  safe for heavily loaded cars.  ©UNHflM  HEATING   SERVICE  • tiy   sucn   selection   tue  uriiisn   i-oi  blu.   Record tis   no, t?ise   pledged, tQi  torial rtupj\<)r|.'",ipi't-,a'ii.v i policy J fitJyai  hf U&sk'sdcJel-iiisijiljut ihWritains ah a  fire losses amounted to $303,000 while")  -Chicago's were §55,000,000.'   New York  ibi£y--fj.re losses are. about four and one-  half times as large as those of London.  o«»*!^H^H'wi~-^i<»^WrtwimMM^«i^^ the same size  »Li2fll-J.ilstit u l.e_aiLHi^U-iali.--Coliim.lila,--aud-!—  as-^mrtrtjrTTErpd-ixv'-tnt3m_n3~rn"a~nTe"aitiiYi" "'"""  t lfmrsrrwri-c-Trto- *iwaT?r,'f im r"sm cTfti' a n -  uouncenients   to   the-   Reneral  public.  By  such  selection  the  British   Colum-  '    ;<l. tQ, ;etll=  advanced  iahs»-  lutely' indu-peiideiit   po.sitio.i   on   a.u   mutters subject to editorial opinion.  ■ v. t -    > i, t h r n    i •. i' >  CONSERVATION   BY   FIRE  PRfeV^MJION.  Conservation    is    the   great   lesson  •wfliclAffe'^ank^iatt public ffal' learned j or'$'^Vn''i'''f6f''S'eptember.  In 1913 Vienna.  BUSINESS ITEMS  Inspection of installation  guaranteeing continued satisfaction is another worthwhile feature of Dunham  Heating Service.' Write for  all the interesting details.  C.A. DUNHAM COMPANY,Ltd.  Branch    Sales   Office,    Vancouver,   B.   C.  D.   OK  BRISON,   Manag-er  Phone Sey, .8057    425  Standard   Bank Jildjr.  "•"■swwJ  During the week ending at noon to-  ' Tlie "Surf'fiilet'mine made a profit  With the emphatic defeat at the re-j  cent civic elections or all the money j  by-laws submitted, there will be no'  new funds available for road and j  bridge repairs during,the coming year, j  There is however, said to be a by-law j'1^ certificates of incorporation have  balance available amounting to np.ibeeiV issued by the Registrar of Joint  proximately $60,000 for bridge con-jStock Companies in respect of the unsanction. That would not be any-! dermentioned concerns  j where nearly sufficient to put the Con-  from the War.  G-jt'an-.zo-'-i: Ji'i-  we conserve the  can  r. In no. better way  the resources of the country, than by (preventing their loss by  fire. H. P: He^ie-ijaij responsible for  the following t, in-y Qctober issue of  "100%", and Efficiency Magazine. ,  fn^iHJ?HATmeri'cai"b«rnedaTip"^M8«<)00,-|  ., The -provincial, government has taken  a  stej), toj>rjirds(^a'diu6t}ilS. the  in-  naught    bridge in    anything   "like the  same condition as it existed before the  Two Jacks Dope, Limited, authorized  capital, $30,000, head office at Victoria;  Victoria City Dairy Company, Limited,  serious fire of five years,ago destroyed j $25,000, Victoria; North River Lumber  a couple of the, steel spans ana .made j Company, $10,000, Mount Olle, B, C;  H.D.Rees    W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  [. Ciirysial & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St  equitable features.^' the   income tax 'it necessary to resort to  the .present] Vanity  Waist & Neckware  Company  pn Mie min-ing-'tclomiJariiesaby. appoint-temporary wooden span by way of re-  this was. loss .due to-carelessness..,, r  ^rnerica   .consumes^ fifty. &frous|rrid,j  matches a second;    Carelessness with  these matches caused over $7,000,000  loss, in "191E7.|  ing R. H. dtewart-vRL*E:;;:ibf Vancou-  .l.Tii  ver, to review the   balance   sheets of  SSrastefti^^  of view.   This step will go a lo.ng way  v* ■ 4    /* '4       *   ' v -. "   '-' *■ *■'     " ■   ■■  !to^ remove^the conipjaintg by the:,min-  ing companies  as  to  the manner of  levying the tax.  'ih  Three thptfsanS 'fnileb of cigarettes  *-':  t.  are. smoked; iji tH^(.J^iited §tates p^r  day. Careffeslrie's's^with the smoki'tig  Piiimps    dgs^Qj[e,djs.iateufee|9i0ftJ^0^  worth of property ir 1917.  J$j 7_  year 1913, whicli' is'-tlfe  ch reliable statistics  bolhi£di £irelAv'era^:ifir.e l&WW foJceacii  f'i SI  'j TheTooa'l 'prodiiction^ofnhe province  't    : j    ir AM    >•    •  f.;  fj :'V.-j  ;in'il91S.:hvilR haVe^a value of around  tel.^'OOjOOt) %ve* la'St 'year, though pro-  dtictioaxhasr-beeirT-mucir-^reduced dur-  |in^., the. past six weeks  by the influ-  pairs. •-..:■■; •■"'  Three years ago when it was suggested that permanent repairs to the  brid§e_-s.hould be made, it was estimated 'tfilat'Kb'etween''''' $50,000 and $60,000  would''b'e required to replace the damaged steel 'spans and repair the bridge  as good; as|;new.l With steel'at its'  pres'ent"■:'''fl^lp6s;7|trJ)aV been '-roughly  estima'te"d-;;th^t,tci^.b^tSf?cost'over.?100,-  OOO'no^t^darty^c^u^ffe repair work  and .there- might be' some months delay  in securing the steei-at; that.    Believ-,'ver  Limited, $25,000, Vancouver; S. W.  Miller & Company, Limited, $30,000,  Vancouver; Nelson Theatre Company,  Limited, $10,000, Vancouver; Pacific  Meat Company. Limited, 7100,000, New  Westminster; J. ' R.' B.-..Wilson Company, Limited, $10,000, Vancouver;  Asiatic Social Club, Limited, $1,0,000,  Prince Rupert; Dominion Rubber System (Pacific). Limited, a Dominion incorporation with a capital of $250,000,  licenced to transact business in'British  Columbia with head office at Vancou-  During the  last upon which reliable-statistics^ can   l.iii'3 S Lin j .W.Ii-- m  Adkison * pi" ,,.t|v„  >^^».i^    .»rl        i.lil.'1  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specidrt*tslrPWeinl6roetf   ^{f{  Concrete  311 Im th>    ■,-t.,c   ,  Jit 3768-BitJ28R  1 Baynes & tlorlc  General    Contractors  T **!*»** y* •vTl'T1  'j   '-Kyi     ,...?^'„.  n r't,«»t.i     T  ■)WM  li-o'-:  ii . -:: ■'.)  !-•:)■; to ),t:' :i;< ;  . urns' "■ ,i.i..- 3  i . ■ * :  ;:   '. :)D:r-       .•■  Q[# ■'tt<M'''WT*  P|^(  .V  n ■■:,/:  ;\:  /-.t^ii:: o ,  u'.i'tj  ^   .  tar        :^^^ ^  &■ -iS3v^ iisU  >c3l  m  It  >€  ;rto  •n  i Lei  •*>5i; li^nft'O-?.-  Wl^**tl>*^i*>*:lrtlC*^\*e**tt1**KI£M*WViT#^ :  Edward Cox  Cabinet Maki*K!)X^ v^lstHEVW ftLf  Seymour 1113 73S Relmcku St  ■ ■•- ■ ■■—■ i ?;ro  - j?      w-     p    -      vad W  •m  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Phone Seymour 1878.  ELECTRICAL  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinets, etc.  Switches  designed  and  huilt  for  any  special .work.  41 Alexander St.    -    Vancouver, B.C.  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue prints for country  installations  906 Davie St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  .iPimi   :,:,:  v.?;'! 'i:^-vA.Hi; :kj:  Bulidos Cable  ■:u>. <''-;;  :;1' ■  Mi  {!■:• Ui-  i 'it. 2: .)V  '6/(■?'•  Pacific, Li trie,  ■?'.-•:■■  .uc.Li  .flu  '.  .'J Ji  •1.  -Jtt-  -rrrf  TZj  ■^t"  h-i :;.*(!'. -.;u/i     'i;  ;: ,t(.  i  ..rtjVj  •uji-I  ; 17. :i"£*r  m    aoitt;  \Tt ~a Uu  o~~ -r u:  tiiv;  iiwwurer.atnl Victoria: •:  ■:o:i".  iti'ir ;y; H.'iiiu 'iJ.ni.'i  ■«■. fri.r'-!-:  ;-2'      •;; .;'.■: f:.-.:;    /,-;-;:   :.  ('   /I      ill.  ^-Limitedu:  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BC^ELECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   50C0   and   have   our   representative   call  3.'V,i.  .::;   .rini:    uo3f soniv  ji  %  i-i.3^,  •minion Construction  y.^-'i^'  General Contractors  s.ft*i  513 Bickards SL  Scynoor 1412,  RaiH¥ WORK^'COIMTRACTS LET i"  THE    rOllOWIBrO   lABiCJJffOWS ,BXrTJ.I>rBIOS   COSTIKO    $5,000] OB    OVEH,    ON     V/HICH     COHSTBTTCTION  T/NDBK WAx*, 'Oft' 0»"WHrCH OOHTBACl3 HAVE BEEIT iE'T BUT CORBTKTrOTIOIS- WOT YET STARTED.  IS  i !iiO  Charactsr       Residence       Tuberculosis   Clinic  Ttfiurar  Commercial   Bldgs  Residence  .. .Cost  . ..?7,503  ..  47,130  rm.oooj  Harrison & Lairtbrid  lndusirialE#igin»«rs ' -*  Seyraonr 3535  \r'.- nr.%•*■--■  iQl Pacific. PWg.?  i- -,:■/! ....  ■••  J  -nr  »jTiodgson^& King'  l.'-iTTT-ll 0-t3 *  CAnt«a«tor-s-&>Cn{[ifle««6  403 London EWg.    ^f|<,v*; -'S'??y?0,K 6^  35,000  a-i^i-i;   4.000  "jt!MiC3:^UtJ-v.";:.:  Mill   Warehouse      Residence . ....^.'•..J...iil*.:l..il.-:.U.J1.1  .Bungalow   .&...;r.....ii....^_M.-   ir^ncl,Vj-.K45v^f^^-^c5§ 10,  .^UwiJSStOW!  jKfcsuviiice  Fuel  '"fteitd'eticc  Powdered  Dwelling   . ......,. . ,, ..,..« . . ,T|  Warehouse"'..... ..:....*.: 7:. .:'.'.  tivsideiicc ' :.-JLS2~;~i:l:*li~'...'±?:l;.-.  [4 -Remodel.- 'Boardlriff. -Hpuse^.  h+ Two' SYo'ry  BrlcV  ..'.;......' :...'..'. '.$20.'000  ,,ResJdetice;,i.....5..>.i-..^.5:.j..^.ii $10,000  6,000  ..     7.000 I  ...$5,000  LJ.V l50-0.i  ....   7595  ..   10.000  ..$5,000  .•^39,000'  ..    5,000  ..• 8,000  . S,000  j.-.SojoOO,  Iiooatlon   v....., ,::■,,—    Omwi  SnaugHhessy ''rfagh'tsVl.... '... T.   A. ' Dietriclc  PEhdiriStfeet 4i.//.. ..li.ij. . Rotary^ Cluk  Beach, Ave  Chas.  P. Calea Co.  n'eo^GeorTgrta'-Sr'.V.First'Church of Christ Set.  Kairyiew jand Paint -Grey.. Un'versity of B.  C.  4fte^i'dence5''*......*..'...'./.::  Dwelling  „  Temporary J-fosp. ■„  Jyj'iuid. .Air • Plain :  Re.sideoce' ...'.11.'...'....'.  "1.3.  $9000  . $C.f)00  ■ $30^)00  .$25,000  .  $7,000  =*e  Pair  T  mer Bros;  I  General  I  929 Main SL  Contractors  Seymour 4! jp  4.IJ.V  .it  If J  Sfiaughnessy Heights  SKaughhessy   ITeights  Angus   Are   Seymour  St   Mag«qc. ... h.'IC .'. ■- .1  2875 Alder Street....  236 ^Sirifthey r-Vah.  1906, Trafalgar-..i-—  1435' loth "Ave.' W...  S.  J.   Crocker  ... G.   W.   Tornroos  . .. Macaulay  &   Ntcolls   B.   C.  Tel.   Co.  ....Allan   &   Richards   A.   R.   JleFarland  "Milling   &    Grain    Co.  , .....W. A. Cantelon  H. D. Christie  Csr.fDattie andiiCranville Sts..Geo. E. Trorey  S.E. . Cor„ Maple & Magee Rd . C.H.McFarlane  Powell-St:..'.'VV........B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  lS»4.6...11th.-jAro-:w John  T.  Mac Donald  Industrial    Island     Crane,    Ltd.  ilfaughne'sSsy'Heights P.  W. Racey  1-J47-.Barclay St Confed lAte Aas'n  92-98'Pender E... Mrs. Chance Wong Co.  SHaughnesfey  Hgts Clarence  Wallace  Snapghnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  177-1   Kitchener..'. F.   G.   T>oano  12th.an.d Heather ....Vane. Gen'l Hosp,  5th and V'ukon .Sts...L'Air I^hiuld Society  Sliaughnes.sy    Frederick   Perkins  Archt.    Fred L. Townley   J.  A.  Benzie   II.  H.  Gillingham  ....  Matheson &■ DeGuerre  Sharp   &   Thompson   .  Jas.  A.   Benrie   Jas.  A.   Benzie   A.  E.   Henderson   Owners     Fred   L.   Townley   Fred. L. Townley....  A. E. Henderson.....  Fred L^ Townley    -  Contr.   S. J.'.Newitt"  . .Baynes  &  Hone   .Owners    .Owners  .. .S.   N.   McLeod   S. J.   Newitt   S. J.  Newitt,  . .i. . .S. J. N'cwitt  .. Adkison & Dill  . G. Al. Champion  .John B. Sterling  ..p. & W. Gray  ...T)ay Labor  .rrun r  .Cost  ibertoonip£rtnersrLtd.  KPublicWbrksv Contractors  L .and Engineers-  SeyJBwf"Tf74 ~  806 MetropoOtaa BWe.   ;. .1  '-r  fji . a—1 ;?t  t   .7. a Q,  x3 e Is        ,      —  Xlliarftcist..—  "■»2-"Mile" E'JctcnVion"'".'. .. 7. V 300,000  Bridge  (2  span)    ,   I-ining   Tunnel ..250,000  J&o6n6H%c*ipn';?s..,.!g. ..^.':.. .::fw...   160,000  Kitrog<& Piant/%':>f;. ^ . ":4 1 . ..  125,000  eond'cnWof,   otcf .\ . ;;.V,. * . <,.„•. . .1,000,000  Concentrator,   "etc!    .... .'*.' .."    50,000  4ilMi«Wt<i^rwv»^'r»»«*^.v"^«^-»-*%*»-vT^...»^rT»v^^r..t . . 1,000>,000  Infirmary   and   Serrice   Bldj $151,236  Pulp- &,Saw  Mill $750,000  Vrotectfve   Works       $60,000  Cold Storage & Cannery $150,000  Residence  H. D. Christie .". W.-J. Re^d  Gardiner  &   Mercer Harrison   &  Lamond  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller  Engineering  Co. .Can.   K.W.   Steel   Co.      Owner  Owners Dixon   &   Murray  las.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  H.   R.   Glass  E.  E.  Blackmore  ....  James A.  Benzie   Edwardes Sproat ....  Owners    Owners     Fred  L..  Townley    Edgar  Wilson   S. .1. Newitt   S.  J. Newitt    O. Milne    Owner.v   S.   J.  Newitt  .G.  Al.  Champion  E L AST! G U  "The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive  Cement  (Ready, for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY .ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone Bay. 63  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Owner  Railway  Location .......1.  CliritOn"-i. J.....;.  Hastings. St.  E.  Victoria ' .". .. .'.'.'  Princeton.;.;. .......  ■' Rogers Pass ...  f North   Vinco'iivei  ;i. ..vi-:JJ P.G.K.  ..'.'.. .'.'.'.'. . .' ''Government  . ,. Kettle ;y^lley; Railway   , .C.   P.   Railway  :■.« 1'. . . Wallace   Shipyard  Lnke; Buntzen. j Ame.r. /fvitrogen ';?r°.'iucts   Co.  Crfpper"Mountain. ....'..... ft.' C' Copper   Co.  Oiu  Chda.. ^....:.;.: .Qtietn iBess' Mining Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt....B.  C.   Copper  Co.  Trnnquille ._. B.   C.   Tuberculosis _Society  Stevcston  Clayoqoo't  Kburne. ;   ..Dora. . Government  . Clayoquot Cold' Stbr1.' & Can. Co.  ..., ;..-... ...:.:T, :H.   Heather  Arch   Contr.   Northern   Const.   Co.     Cotton Co.   R.   Moncricfl   Armstrong,   Morrison   &   Co.,   Ltd   Carter,  Halls  & Aldinger   Hodgson &   King  Owners       Owners  Owners    '     Owner   ;.".'.'.'. W.    P.   Tierney  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  YVks Dent... Robertson & Partners  Prov.<   Pdb.   Wks.   Deri','. :...Wm.   Grcenlces   ,     Owners  Public  Works   Deptl Hodgson  &■  King  Owners  I  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Highland 728 2021 Wall St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length -- any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  JLQ2JU1024 Rogers Building  Seymour 3998*3999     J  FLAXEr      &.TXD      OSITAMEKTAI,  All Wort  G-aaranteed.  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper Is now being manufactured  in British  Columbia.    The paper is  of  excellent,   uniform   quality   and  of  great  .tensile strongth.     ''   '  Samples and prices gladly, SLverij''.''"  ./,-»..]   M".   r  ..--  di'.'        Salea Agents  -th-:••»*'•»'   :-r.'  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. MOUSE   PAINTS  2ii Colors.   $3.25  Gallon  Oil and Creosote Shingle Stains  $1.20  Gallon  Marine   f*alnts  AKTI-DAMP—Everyone   Uses  w. s. KAxtvxnr mpg? co.  1063 Granville St. Soy. 3497  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  Seymoor Tire & Rubber  --Company,'Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  TRADE   OF PACIFIC   COAST   CITIES IN  1918   SHOWS  GREAT  INCREASE  l-oll(Mvin^ ;m. reports', of trade, manufacturing; industry', and collections' in  '•■I-', as compared to :i!U7, expressed iii percentages hosed on value of turn-over  as estimated by the branch offices on the Pacific Coast of Brad.streets. ,        ■        '•  '  Far West  Whole and   Retail  Mfg. and  job trade    trade   industry Coll'tions Remarks  B51 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  Los Angeles...  Oakland    ^it'-ranieiito ...  Salt. Lake City  !'»eiiver  *.  i Phoenix   j Hois.. ,'  ! Helena   I I *oi-t la nd, Or...  ! Seattle   i Spokane    j T.-Yenimt   10.  .10  15  it;  in  . Inc.  ..Inc.  ..inc.  ..Inc.  ...Inc:  ..Inc. ....  ..Initial  ..I i.e. •>;>  ..Inc. -Ti  ..Int*. 10  ..Iv.iual  .Inc.  ::■>.  j \ ancouver, It.(,'. Inc.  ! \'P toria. !'.<•.. r...Inc.  Inc.    ;'), Inc. -10 Riut.or Caution:   lower  prices  expected  Inc.  15 I ncs.  50 Better .Shipbiiildiiitc   active  Jnc.   12 ICqual Hetter . Active,, demand;  cash  plenty  Inc.  20 l'](|ital P.ei.tcr .Volume, same,  value,  larger  Inc.  20 Trie.    5 Better .Stocks .small  Inc.  .... Inc.  .... Slower   .Record   copper   production  Inc.  10 J.Cuual Better Biz restricted by goods scarcity  Inc.  25 Inc.   10 Inc.. 50 Outlook   optimistic  Jnc.  \)'i Inc.  20 letter Record  year  I n<:.  25 Inc.  25 'Better Immense   shipbuilding  JCijiifil .Dec. 25 Better. Short   crops;   jnlluen/.a   :  Inc.   A~ Inc.   05 Better Shipbuilding   active  Inc.  25 Inc.  25 Retter Shipbuilding  active  Inc.    5 Inc.    5 Better Optimistic  outlook  •Men are still being taken on.  IMMIGRATION BY  INSURANCE  IN,ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  NATIONALITIES  Immigration by nationalities from end  of fiscal year P.llt to October til, 1918,  was as follows:—  From  British U.S.A. Others  •».''.,270    5!),779     -ll,7:M  •s.Gfi-i    :so,o:j7     2,sec  *,2S2     iii,8*9       5,702  3.178    71,211       4,582  V  Fiscal  RH5    ....  1 :< 1 r.      1A17      191S       Seven   dim.   ended  Oct.   31.   Ri.lJi......  SHIPBUILDING  LONDON—More than. 6,000,000 tons  of shipping was under construction in  the world's shipbuilding yards on September 30, 1918, according to reports  received by Lloyd's Register. The  total is given as 2,144 vesse:,s with an  aggregate tonnage of 6,371,388.''  Ornamental Iron "Work and  all kinds  of  "Wire "Wort.  11-2-1S   Dufferin   St.  Fair.   261S  CANADA'S ELECTRIC ENERGY  The total electric energy already developed in Canada is about 1,800,000  horse-power, according to an estimate  in a recent publication of the Commission of Conservation.  VICTORIA—There    are   now    2,100  men working in the Foundation ..yards  here, three shifts being used. During  the past.month men have been taken  en at the average rate of  a day.  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED   1886  739 Hastings St. W  Tcicptoonc Seymour 7320  VahcouTer  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding  these inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "The  Commercial^ Intelligence, ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Re-  uest for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and state opportunity  number. The Bureau does not furnish  credit ratings or assume responsibility  as to the standing of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all  cases.  and  Manufacturers.  G: Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  will find tlee  ORPHEUrVS CArE  an ideal meeting place, for the  Luncheon Hour. ffthe Bust of  Everything, Prompt Service,  .Moderate Charges, Seating  capacity  250.  ' Opposite Orphemn Theatre  762 Granville Street  •las. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  G.  Kilgren  ,  Gc  neral  Contractor  962  1  14th  Aye.  Fairmont  946L  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B.C.  L  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 fl'rind. Paint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never yet PAID a single repair bill.  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  are built not for looks but for service—not merely to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  our claini-s.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold in every case where superiority i-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 onr 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.  Seymour 'Sol  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  J.ATEST   ENQXJIBXES.  The following inquiries are the latest  received. P'or rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glance items of interest by rioting the class of goods mentioned   at   the  end   of  each   inquiry.  IMPORTANT—Quote the' number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  1. Iron,   Steel   and   Other  Manufactar  ere.—A   London   firm   of  manufacturers'  representatives   wish   to  secure  the  sole  representation   upon     a   commission   or  buying   basis   of   Canadian   manufacturers   of   the   following   goods:   Malleable;  iron steam  fittings;  electrical  plant and;  equipment   lor   all   purposes,    including j  -shipbuilding:     brass     fittings;     pumps; |  forgings:     stain'Musts:     machine     tools,  etc.:   tools  of all  kinds:  wood  manufactures; chemicals; household laundry machinery;   toys;   metal   fittings   for   fancy  goods,   etc. "  2. Buckwheat Flour.—A London company, handling several Canadian products, wishes to get"into touch with  Canadian  producers  of buckwheat flour.  3 2£aple.—A London manufacturing  company wishes to purchase .manufactured maple direct from Canadian mills  cutting it. and would be glad to hear  from those able to fill orders.  4. Rlantifactarers' Agent, leaving for  England "end of .January, would be glad  to hear from Canadian manufacturers  desiring representation in London, England, where he is to establish an office  of the company. Over , twenty years'  experience in London, England, and seven years in Canada. ...........  5. Wooden Handles.—A  Glasgow  firm  asks Cor quotations on  broom and other'  wooden  handles:..   ;  6. Ea.imelWBre.—A Glasgow house is  in heed of household enamelware of all  descriptions.- - '   ' j  7. Talc.—A   Glasgow   Arm   is   open   to j  import : talc in   SO   to   100  ton   lots,  also  cut slice  talc.  8. Barytes.—A Glasgow house asks to  hear  from  Canadian  exporters.  9. Gallon Apples and Canned Praits.  —A Glasgow fint? in a position to place  large   orders   desires   to   receive   ciuota-  j tions.  10. Canned Vegetables.—Some. Glasgow  produce' brokers would like to enter into  negotiations with Canadian shippers of  canned vegetables with a view to business as soon as  conditions  permit. '  11. Flour and Grain.—A Belfast firm I  v.-iLihci- to get into touch with exporters }  of iiour, barley, oats, wheat, rye, etc., |  with a view to future business. j  12. . Cereal Foods.—A Belfast firm  makes  iru'iuiry  for  the above.  13. Cattle and Fig- Foods.—A Glasgow  importer asks to be placed in touch  with  Canadian packers.  14. Gallon Apples.—A Glasgow importer asks" to be placed in touch with  Canadian   packers.  15. Skimmed Milk Powders.—A Glasgow firm would like to hear from Canadian   exporters.  16. Baled Hay.—A Glasgow firm  wishes to hear from exporters of the  above with a view to business as soon  as  conditions  permit.  17. Kitchen Choirs.—A Belfast firm  who have been importers of the above,  knocked down, from Canada before the  war. wish to be placed in touch with  exporters with a view to business as  soon   as   conditions   permit.  18. Carbon Black.—A Glasgow firm  who has been importing the above from  the United States wish to hear from  Canadian   exporters.  19. BiccinoRl.—A Glasgow firm is pre-  ! pared to imnort the above in 25-ton lots.  i 20. Asbestos, Engine and Pump Faok-  I ing-s, India Rubber Goods, Engineers'  ; Machines and Tools.—A Glasgow firm  ! making a specialty of supplying engi-  < mors" and public works requirements in  ! the engineering !im\ are open to con-  ! slder representation of manufacturers of  ' the   abovt:,   cither  as   purchasers   or  sole  j agriits.  I      21.   Canned   Salmon.— A    Belfast    firm  j who  Import   the above  in  i.fli'O  case  lots  ! for   business  as  soon   aw  conditions  permit.  22. GaUon Appleo, Peaches and Pears.  —A Belfast firm importing the above in  1.000 case lots asks to bo placed in touch  with  o.xporU-rs.  23. Gallon Apples and Canned Fruits.  —A Glasgow firm wishes to import. H.000  to 1,000 cases of gallon apples and 1,000  cases  of canned   fruits.  24.; Butter and Cheese.—A Leith firm  wishes to get into communication with  exporters of the above with a view to  business as soon  as  conditions  permit.  25. Cheese.—A Belfast firm makes inquiry for cheese in T>00 box lots, with a  view to business as soon as conditions  permit.  26. Engineering- Agencies.—A South  African engineer of many years' experience in engineering specialties and machinery is prepared to arrange for representation of Canadian engineering  firms. Immediate correspondence is requested.  27. Cast Iron Pipes.—A South African  commission agent, with an established  connection. Inquires for agency proposition from Canadian manufacturers of  cast iron piping for water and sewerage  purposes.  23. Sewing" Machines.—An established  commission ag''iit eoveriiu: all centres  of South Afrli-a is prepared to take up  a Canadian agency on sewing machines.  Hand sewim; 'machine:; arc the nrlu-  cipal sellers for the wholesale jobbing  trade.  29. Iron and rii-ass Beds.—A South  African commission a vent is making a  special inquiry for the representation  of •"a.iiadiaii mad.' beds in iron and  brass,  30. Paints rind Var'ibjhen.— \ South  African «ales an'-nt covering all centres  of   South    Africa    twice   a    year    is    prc-  (Continued   on   T'ago   I.)  COMMERCE  ONE  TON  TRUCK  A year ahead of other  trucks — the only truck  having everything neces- -  sary on it when you buy,  ,; jt.-:. ,. ..;.;    •'..•■,,■ •-- .. .    .-■  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  '  '1260 Granville.  L  STANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard truck  throughout. • Continental  Red Seal Motor, Tiinken-  David Brown worm gear  - on a]l models, Brown-type  transmission, Sp-ieer universal joints.  Two. three and a half and.  five-ton capacity.  Suliivan-Taysor frlotcrs, Ltd.  1266-Granvi}le.  •fV7;  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  ■WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS : .;  Nothing too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire'we f make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone-your Inauiries to  "  ■'■   FAIRMONT 2944  Office, Sey. 7075  Res., Fair. 213SL  J. H. Healey  «- OPTOMETRIST  ' Glasses fitted for the relief of all  kinds of! eye strain and nervous  headache. '.....'  825 Birka Bldg-.  Vancouver, TBt C  ■'ivfV.  -' ■&'"!  r'-M  ..sM&  M  BIHJGI.ESS   HEALING  W. J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB. BtTSINESS MAN  If you have lost the Vim and Snap  of fornur times, if you want to be  alive and know it, se^ rr.e. See next  advertisement.  938  and 929 Birk» Bunding,  Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour  603 Seymour  72-tSTt  :■'-V ;-'.J  - ■.-■■-..jfej  '"■\V*  Electrical Con tractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570 Richards  St. 'PJione   Seymor.r   175  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanize Everything1 by Hot  Process  Ornamental  Iron  Work.  Iron  Stairs,  lure Escapes Railings  Gates,       Fences,       Blacksmith  Work  Iron   sntl   Steel  Tlars,    Jron   Work   for  Steel and Wooden' Ships, Castings,  Pole   Line  Hardware,  Pipe   Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  225  IRON AND CSALVANIZING 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 Metor Trucks Exclusively—That's  why they are Built right—Ask  Tucker Motor Company  Beymotir 35G5  833 Pender St. West," Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  smi Imr  BRITISH COLUMBIA  WISSSBMlSSESBSSaBSMM 1  WEmBOBBsaesmBBB&Baum  RECORD  HtmmiffimaswmixixD^wi  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  BAGLEY&  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  Ltd.  FACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING  .t*  mil  i)  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  nternational  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 5180  1060 Homer St.  Vancouver B.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  A. Jones, Xgr.  WHARF BUiLDSNG;  ES33DGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug  "CLIVE"  General   Towing  324 Front St? New Westminster  Telephone 1015  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 J2 o'clock noon, Friday, January'24, 1919, for the reconstruction of the dockyard wharf,, at  Esquimau, Br. 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, ('., and Esquimau, B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless made on printed forms supplied  by the Department and in accordance  with  conditipns 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,  R. C. DESROCHERS',  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, December 2.1, 19IS.  925. Apples.—A 1'tri.st'ol firm asks for  cabled offers of No. 1 winter apples in  barrels.  92G. Molybdenum Concentrates. — A  Shellield manufacturer of carbonless  metals and alloys wishes to net into  touch with shippers of the above, with  a view to  future purchases.  927. Ag-ency—linseed Cakes.—A firm  in Delft, Holland, wishes to secure the  agency for Holland of Canadian manufacturer of linseed cakes and similar  cattle food.  988. Food Products.—A l.'rm in Holland, with headquarters at Llavtie and  branch offices at Rotterdam and Ghent,  Beltrium, would like to enter into commercial relations with Canadian exporters and producers of the following foodstuffs: Wheat, rolled oats, wheat Hour,  .sun-dried and evaporated apples, jams,  canned fruits, meats, lobster and salmon,   bacon,   hams   and   lard.  929. Automobiles, Motorcycles nud  Automobile Accessories.—A linn at The  MfiKLe,Holland, is desirous of t;el.tinK  jiuo touch with Canadian manufacturers  of al.tomobiles, motorcycle.-., and automobile  accessories.  930. Steel and Copper Wire, Etc.—-A  London company wishes to Ket into  touch with Canadian manufacturers with  the object of securing their selling or  buying- awericy for the I'nited Kingdom.  They have a branch at ISirminyliam.  Goods su.yfi'exted are steel and copper  wire, wire nails, etc., mica, chemicals,  leather for upholstering trades, wood-  pulp, etc.  931. Crude Asbestos.—A tirm in Amsterdam, Holland, desires the addresses  of    Canadian    manufacturers    of    crude  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS     TIME   CHECKS  KEV   TAGS,    BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     ETC'  ALL  WORH GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY ANO TAIR PRICES    '  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  BUILDERS AND  ;v-  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  Buyers5 Guide  When Buying Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  ARCHITECTS  SUPPLIES  Dominion  Blue   Print  &  Drafting Co.,  531    Granville   St... Sey.  2-497  4670  (Continued   from   page   3)  N & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE!  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPE!iT[R WORK  PAINTING, PAPER KANS-  ING and KALSOMINING  Sey. 8765      Sey.B766  10S5 Dunsmuir St.  pared to take 'up a Canadian paint and  varnish agency, also white lead and linseed oil.  31. Closet Seats.—A South African  commission agent calling; on the trade  in South Africa asks for correspondence  and particulars, including f.o.b. Canadian port prices, from manufacturers of  closet seats who are prepared to appoint an agency. Price must include  selling' commission. Kind of seats required illustrated in Weekly Bulletin  No.  liSG.     Copy  may  be had  on  request.  32. Tools.—A   South   African   commis-jfor  asbestos  932. Cellulose, Chemicals and Metals,  Boots and Shoes, rood Products.—An  import house in Milan wishes to hear  from Canadian exporters of the fore-  joins' products.  933. Telephone and Telegraphic material and Electrical Measuring- Apparatus.—A firm in Milan inquires for  Canadian telephone and telegraphic  material and electrical measuring- instruments.  934. Industrial Chemicals, Metallurgical Products and Metals, ..Slefactory  Material.—A firm in Milan wishes to .net  in touch with Canadian .firms with a view J  to'obtaining exclusive agencies in Italy  for .industral chemicals, metaliuryical  products and metals and refractory material.  .935. Flour.—A firm in Barbados, in  commission business, desires .an agency  for a Canadian Hour, milling  firm.  936.    Pollard   and   Middlings.—A   firm j  of     commission     merchants.     Barbados, i  would like to get in  touch,  with  Canadian  manufacturers  of 'pollard. ./ I  . ■  937.    Biscuits and Bread.—A  Barbados j  firm   of   commission    merchants    invites j  correspondence        with        manufacturers J  | (Canadian)   of  bread  and   biscuits. i  ; 939. Hams and Bacon.—A long-estab-  ; lis lied firm of grocers and commission  [ merchants desires to get in touch with  Canadian exporters of nams and bacon.  j 940. Ag-ency.—A Canadian exporting  ! firm with agents in France wishes to se-  i cure the exclusive agencies of Cana-  j dian manufacturers for France and Bel-  ) gium in any line that may be in demand  the immediate  future.  facturing pulp, paper, cardboard,' e'.c.  943. Ag-ency, Canned Fish, Foodstuffs,  Evaporated Apyles.—An agent is willing  to jiocei.it tlie representation of any of the  following products: 'Canned salmon, lob-  st>'r. trout, evaporated apples, and foodstuffs' in general.  944. Ag-encies.—A Paris agent invites  correspondence      from       producers      and  i manufacturers of foodstuffs, canned lish,  j tea.   potash.  946. Furs, Lumber, Canned Goods,  ! Ag-encies.—An agent is willing to accept  (the representation of any Canadian tirm  .'dealing In  the-above-mentioned  products  ABCIIITKCTl'BAL    TERBA     COTTA.  Evans,  Coleman A  Evans.  Ft.  Col. St., S. 29SS  O'Nell.  Win.  X.  Co.  Lil.,  548  Seymour. S. 4795  Ritchie'   Con.    A    Sup.    Co..    .Ltd     Gran.    Ci.  Bridira    '.- 8.9162  ASPHALT    FELT.  Evins,  Co'.oman A Evans,  ft.  Col....  The  IJan-ctt Co.,  Ltd.,  lOIhA 'Arbutus  Ceperley,  AUTOMOBILE  Roiinsefcll  &  Home   Bank   of  S. 2988  Hay. .6.1  INSURANCE  Co.,   Winch   KIi'Ik.   Sey.   7820  BANKS  Canada.. S.  5270  MAPS  i-int   &   Drafting   Co..  St  Sey.   3497-4G70  MABULK   AM)   ONYX  Coleman A  Evans,  ft.  Col.. .. .S. 2938  Dominion   Blue   I  5-31    Granvile  Evans,  W.  X.,  FOR SALE  and  XCHAN6E  mm  H  Hi;  mm  MACHINERY  Oils  Agents   For  Xylite   G-rea.se   and - Perfection  SSoohum   log-ging-   Hlock  4-72   in.    by    IS   ft.    boilers    1 til)    lbs.'  2   Coal   dryers  suitable   for   lish.  'All   sizes  of cable   in   stock.  T.   A.   WALSH   &   CO.  Alexander St. Sey. 4738  sion agent ..specializing for the hard-] 941. Ag-ency, Great Xritain, France,  ware trade only is prepared to take tip : Italy or Belgium.— French gentleman clothe representation of Canadian manu-j sires to get in touch with Canadian  facturers   of   tools,   household,   farming, j manufacturers and wholesale  merchants  who desire representation   in  any  of the  A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamf Siting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  iwnimmi iiiimnrnr   s. J.  E. E. Elliott  Trickey  CENTRAL  SET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  and  COPPER,  BRASS  IRONWORK  .mechanics and general. Correspondence  is requested from individual or group of  manufacturers  with  kindred lines.  33.. PlouffhB.—A South African commission agent inakes inquiry about the  representation of Canadian manufacturers able to supply the cheap plough  as  used  by  the  South  African   native.*  34.    Barbed and Other Fencing- Wire—  A   South  African   manufacturers'  agerit,  specializing  in   iron   and   steel   goods,' is  prepared to take" Up an agency for Can-j  adian-made      fencing      wire.        Samples)  and  prices  with cable code arrangement  is   requested   in   first  communication.        |  35;    Seconstruction " Machinery,     Xni- !  plements and Saw Material.—-A  Belgian.I  co-operative   company   has   been   organ-I  ized  for the re-equipment of  Belgian in- i  dustry   and    for   the   reprovisioning : of i  Belgian   trade.       They . wish   to   receive I  offers   from   Canadian manufacturers   of,  machinery,   implements  and   raw  mater- I  ials of every description for  reconstruc- i  tion   purposes.        This     organization   is |  recommended   by  the  Consul   General  of J  Belgium    in   Canada   and    it    will    havej  financial   assistance    from    the   Govern- j  merit of  Belgium. I  36.   Ag-ency.—A   large   wholesale   gen- I  eral -merchant  in   La   Bouverie.   Belgium,  would   like   to   get   in   touch   with   Canadian      merchants       exporting      brushes,  chocolate,   biscuits,   etc.  above countries. .Inquirer claims to have  connections in these countries of thirty-  five years' standing. ' He would also, be  willing to represent Canadian u firms at  the Lyons Fair.    References supplied.  <  942.    Paoer, Cardboard.—-An important  paper   dealer,   in   the   trade    for    thir.t-y-  years, wishes   to  obtain   the   representation,  more  especially  for   the   north  and  J west of France, of Canadian firms manu-  i'"or Sale—Sawmill, woodworking mining and. machine-tools, steam ai.-.l gasoline engines, steam boilers, hoists, compressors, pumps in good working order,  overhauled by expert mechanics. Let  us have your enquiries. We can save  you  money.  WEIR  MACHI2TEXY   CO.   ITD.  1396  Richards   St. Soy.  7442-7443  Pumps and Pumping Plants of every  description bought and sold or rented  out.    All  pump  supplies and   repairs.  PUMPS  &  POWEB LIMITED  216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour   3110  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, machinery of all  kinds.  NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.  925 Main St. Sey. 600  Used   Machinery   of   All  - and   Sold.  B. C. EQUIPMENT  Bank of Ottawa Bldg-.  Kinds    Bought  CO.,  LTD,  Sey.  9O40  Items below have been published  in these columns heretofore, but are  carried for ready reference for a few  days pending- the publication of later  inquiries.  TELEPHONE DATA  NXW INSTAUtATIONS  JANUARY   14,   1919.  Gregg,   John,   Fin.  Agt..   74-1   Hastings  W .   Tiobinson's   Garage,   1412   Howe   St : -   Lawson, Dr. .lames C,  "IS Granville St.-.. „   Italian  and English   Kitchen,   Restaurants,  Pa ton, Mrs. George T..  Delicatesson. .779   I  Guey   Yuen  Co.,   Tailors.   472   Broadway   W   Vancouver Printers  Board of Trade,  714 Hastings   \Y  JANUABY  15,  1919.  Hung  Sun Co.,  Merchants,   10  Thomson. John A..  Machinery  JANUARY  16,   1919.  Tikotzky.   Eli.   894    Granville   St   Union   Machinery  &  Supply   Co.,  Ltd.,   f>10  Art  Studio,   97f>   Granville   St   B. C. importing & Specialty Co., Importers and  St.   W.      4:J0   Main   St.  lurrard  St   Canton  Alley! :.  Co.,  Gl  Alexander.  Hastings   W...  Exporters,  S.'JT  Hastings  ......Sey.   Sey.   Sey.   Sey.   Sey.  ...Fair.   Sey.   Sev.  ..'....Sey.   Sey.   Sey.  .Sev.  <r  CHANGES.  JANUARY  14,   1919.  Columbia' Plumbing Co.,  from  JANUARY 15, 1919.  Kerrisdale Grocery Co., from  21',  JANUARY 16, 1919.  British  Investment Co.. HI. Est., from 432 Pender W. to f-10  Pender \V.  Ill)  Pender F.   to  209  Pender  E   1   Wilson  to  41st and  W.   Bolevard.  .Sey.  ..Sey.  ...Eb.  ..Sey.  6962  .14 7S  34 73.  34 es  :-!4 9:>  7 3 '.'<  25 7S  32?. 1  700f>  S2S0  3 t S 1  1929  232 r,  9£3. Canned Pear3 and Gallon Apples.  —A Liverpool tirm offer to act as packers' agents for the distribution of the  above. They state they are i:r a position to disoose of large quantities.  924.    Canned     Goods A      Liverpool  firm would like to be placed in communication with shinpers of all kinds of canned goods, with a view to acting as  sales agent for  the United   Kingdom.  -*-M»-  RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STE-AM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING        VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151H Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  ARCHITECTS  •■•£**?■  Members  of  of  The Architectural  British   Columbia.  '   i  Institute  VANCOUVER  Benzie. Jas. A.. f> 10 Hast. W...  Brva.n iS.- Olllan), u-Ofl Richards  Dal ton  &   rCveleigh.   G1S  Hast.   W   Gardiner,    I'.   G.   &   Mercer,    7  Seymour   3C72.  Henderson.   A.   Iv.   613   Hast.   \V   Honeyman   &   Curtis,   8'>0    Hast  Sev.  Sev.  3.".no  G»6S  .Sey      G62  IS    Gran.:  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and Genera!  THE   CITY   WELDERS  Cor.   Alexander   and   Heatley   Avenue  Phone   Highland   2909  W.   ..._.....„   James VV. Ken gey,  Matheson, Robt.  Palmer.   Bernard  l'"oncier Bldg. .  Parr & MacKcnzie,  Sharp <<«: Thom'>^on,  Townlev, Fred L.,  Twizell,   R.   P.   S.,  >ey.  ngs  724  St.   Sev.    ltJ21  2576  2nd   YV Hav.  ;92k  M.,  509   Rich...Sey.   o03S  C,  CI6  Credit   Sey. 3680  7.16  Gran Sev.  7811  620 Pender \V. .Sey. 1064  325 Homer....Sej 8013  837   Hast.YV..Sey    7925  VICTORIA  A.   K.   Hcnnell.   1036   St.   r.otiis   St 1171R1  [   C.   M.   Keith,   Say ward   Hldf- H20  Sam   Maclure,   Union   Bank   Bldg 2848  Lieut.-Col.    Rklgway-Wilson,    Belmont    House.  i  ^-  COPE & SON  1 50 Masting St., W.  'Phone Sey.SSQO  ESTABLiSHED 1898  Twenty years   in   fotnsiness  In Vancouver  BANK,    OmCE    &   STORE    PITTINOS  The   lames   IbookcK  Woodworking  Co.  ltd.,   I25<) Otli  S.  !•:.,   lluniaby..YVfcst.   47.1  BLUE   PKINTS  Uoniinioii   lihic   Print  iV  IJrafting  Co.,  ii\    Granville   St.. .Sey.  2497-4670  BKICK—AM, KINDS.  Evans Coleman & Bvuns, Ft. Col.. S. 298S  GIIIb.v Bros., Ltri.. New West., Phone* IS, l ii  W. X. O'Nell & Co., 54S Sey. St.. S. 4795-4738  V.. tc-tile   Contr.    it   Sup.   Co.,    fart.,   Gran.    St.  Bridge S.    916?  R.V.Wlneh &  Co..  T,td..   Winch  B. S-279-lSl-i  bi;h,i.>i.nu FKi/rs and I'apeics.  Evans, Colaman .t Evans. Ft. Col.,. .S. 29SS  YV. N. O'Nyil St Co.. 548 Soy. St.. S. 47!tr)-47:U  The Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,  10th & Arbutus  Bay. (>3  BONDS—MUtKTY.  Ceperley,   Rounsefell   &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.    Sey.  7820  fl.V.VVincil  tfc  Co.: Ltd..   Which   B.. a. -.a-lbm  CARPENTERS  Dixon    &    Murray ;.S. .8765-  S766 j  CEJIKNT. i  Balfour,   Guthrie   &   (,'o  &.   913,-B575  Evans. Coleman & K\ans, Ft. Col...S. 2ii.S8  Gilley Broa.,:Lti.. New Wt-3t., Phones 15. .14  W. N., O'Nflll .* Co., 548 ti'ey. St., S. 47H5-4798  Hltchie   Contr.    & , Sup.,   Ltd..    Granvl.l» 'St.  Bridge    .. ;-...    S. 91S2  R.V.V/lnch  & Co..  I,t<i..  Wl.ch B..  S. 479-1944.  CISJIKNT TKSTI>'<S   J„VI)  APFAYITIG.  Hunt,   Kobt.   V,'.   &   Co.,   Standard    Bank  Bldg.  S. il99  CON'I'KAOTOJtA—(JENEK.tL.  Armstrong.   -Morrison     He:   Co.,     Ltd.,     Boww  Biz     S- 3S36  CONTKACTOJtS—TI l.E—TEKJCAK7.lt.  Kvans,  Coleman &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 29S8  W.  N.   0'N-j:i  i.  Co.,  54 8  Sey.  St..  S. 4795-479S  CK.ANKS   AND    .(JOISTS    (KI.KCTKIC  The Holden Co.. Ltd., 5-12 Pender St.  W.  Sey.   10G5  DISS   AND   TOOI.S.  Gibba  'fool  &  Stamping  Works, '.J56  D'.ifferin   W. ; Fair. 2176  DRAFTING  Dominion  Blue  Print  &  Drafting Co..  531    Gianvilh:   St Sey.  2-I97-4670  DKII-l-ti—I'ttUTABLB   KI.KC.TItlC  i Darling, Frank &  Co., 1142 Horner  Street     Sey.  41.00-4101  The  Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1065.  ELKCTIdCAL  t«UJ'riJE«j  P..   C.   Elwtric  Co..   Ltd S.  5000  t'op* At Sou.   150  Hustings  VV ..S«y.  86U2  Darling, Frank &. Co.,  1142  Homer  . Street Sey.   4100-4101  EI.JCVATOK OAKS  AND  ENCI.OSUBESi.  S. M. Morris k Co.  Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  VV*.  N.  O'A'fll  &  Co..  54S   Sey.  St.  S. 4795-4708  Kitchts   Contr.   ft   Sup.   Co.   Ltd..   Gra.n.   St.  Bridge     .".     S. 9162  r ELEVATORS  Darling, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street Sey.  4100-4101  ElfCXOSUBES  Pearson. N\'ire and  Iron  Wks....Fair. 2794 ,  '- ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue  Print &   Drafting Co.,  531 -Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  FENCES AND  OATES  Pearson Wire and Iron  Wks....Fair. 2794  J-'lUE CLAY  Bairour,-Guthrlo   & .Co S.   9197-C576  Evans, Coleman & Evans Ft. Col.-.S. 23SS  Clllev .Bros.,, New Westminster, Phones 15,16  W. -N'. O'Noi! & Co.. 54S Sey. St., S.4795-479S  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co.. ^ranvl. Bdg..S. 91«-  R.  V. Winch  &  Co..    Vlnch BidK.. ti. 279-1944  FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  HUE   E.VrjN'titlSJIJiJt   SVSTKMS.  Barr O.  Acferaon,  106U   llcraer St S.  61S0  FLOOK-INO  J.   Fyfe  Smith  &   Jo..  ISZo   Richards. .S. 1196  F0RG1NGS  Wo.-)tmlii4ter  Iron  Worlts.   Sew SVi-stminster     I'lioue 53  GALVANIZING j  22.r>   L'it'th   Ave.    W.  GAS   APPLIANCES  Gas  Appliance  Co   GJ..V8S—A J J.  KJNDH.  W. >.'..0'N8il A Co.  5IS S<-y. St..   S.  4795-473?  fLlilim'AKE  Fraser &  Co.,   Ltd..   11")U  (lomcr  St S. 7155  J. A.,  Ill Hastings W Sey. 2327-S  BAKU WOOD   rLOOICS  O'.Vyli * Co..  54* Sey.  SI...S. -1795-4798  Fyfe  Smith   &  Co     '3L*0   Hichartls. .S. 119B  MAIlinVOOD I.IMIJKK  Srr.Hh,   .1.   Fyfu &  Co..  13iu  Riehitrds. .S. 119C  liKATING—UO'I'   AIK.   STEA.M   AND   VKX-  TJ LATINO j  P.aitey, E. A., 1033 Granville St., S.   13C  li,i/-r   ck   -AndorHOn,    10<iy    Horner   St...S. 61S0 j  N'ormati   KytM,   'Juo   Davie  St Sey.  91SS 1  JIOISlINti   KNOINJiK i  Ritchie  Con   di  Sup. Co,  Ciranvl.  BdK. .S. 2\C. j  INSURANCE.  Ceperley,   Rounscicll   &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg. i   ■ Sey.  7820 I  R.   V.   Winch  &   Co.   Ltd.,   Wineli   Bldg. j   Sey.  2/"y-194 4 [  1NTKKIOK   I INISII  O'Ncil   X,   rn     548  Sey.   St.   8.   4796-4798  ,.   .,    ( METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs Tool  iv  Stamiiiiiic Works, 356  ■   iJufffi-in   W.    .....;.... Fair.  2176  IrllMWOBK.  The   lames   Brookes-Woodworking-Co.  Ltd.,  l..,5<> 6th S.   I-:.,  II urn.-..t.y.. West.   473  MIKE O OR APHIN C5-  Central   Public  Stenographers,   Mimeographing, 41 I  Dominion  1.11ilj  MOTORS  I(.   C.   EU-ctrlo  Co..   Ltd '.   TvIOTOrt   TRUCKS.  Little  Giant  Motor Truck   Co   Tucker  Motor  Co., 833   Punier   W.  MULTIGRAPHING  Central   Public   Stenographe  ogrnpiling, 4 14   Dominion  Hldf  Dominion-'Blue   Print   .S:   Drafting  531    Gran vile   St St-j  OFFICE  AND  STORE  Dixon    .v    Murray.  .. .S. 2S88  47^5-4798  —.,R. 95W  9197-C578  . -S. 298S  279-1944  Bailey,  Barr'^  N'ormrfii  T.    Watt,  Vancouver  .Fair.  07-1  . .S.    801 i  Hrown,  l'lett,  W.  N.  J.  i Evans,   Coleman  Xi   Evans,   It.   Col.  i  les.  PANTAGES  BRICK  CONTRACTOR  Chimneys,  Pireplacos,   Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  2085  Res.  Gth Ave.  Phone  VV.    Box  Kburne  :  03 L  Kerrisdale  Electrical! Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your troub-  We repair everything Electrical. Nothing too  large, nothing too small If you have any lighting  trouble send for our expert who will advise you without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and Office  Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.  G. W. ROeSNSON  CARPENTER and BTTH.DER  also  Cabinet   Mater  Upholstering  2226 Cambie Street  150  .S. 2HSS  W. N. O'Noil * Co.. 5 IS Sey. St. ...S. 4796-4798  Ritchiw. Con. & Sup. Co., U.-nnv.   IldK- .6. !<»oj  IKON   AND   STKKI.—STRl C'Jt. ItA I.  Can. Northwest Steel  Co.,  Ltd.  Prince   Ldward   St Fair.   2-390-7  Evaiib. Col'-'inon Jfc Kvans. Ft. i.'ol.. .S. jy.SN  i.;>.niKhlan. J- & Sons. World U!d«. ...S. 79-":  R:iehi«-. Con. X- Sno Co.. Cranv. IidB-...S. 9lti;  S. .\L Morris ^ Co. Ltd... 2)20 ^edar llav. 1043  VV. X. (/.Veil * Co.. 5-ty Sey. St. ...S. 47U5-I79X  T. Watt, 225 Fifth Ave. W...Fair. !<7l  Westminster   Iron   Works.   N«w Westtnirmter     I'hoiii! 5a  i IJt'l.N   AND   STKEL—OK.NA.M KNTAL.  i '\iti.-lic  WireSv   Iron   Works,   1I2-I6  | DutTerin     St.     IC l-'air.  2648  I Evans,  Coleman &   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2y8ft  j S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2I20 Cedar Bav. 1043  W. S. O'Nell & Co.. 54S Soy. St..:S. 47S5-4798  I'Oci.rson Wire and Iron Wks....l''air. 'JT.'il  Kltcnie Con. & Sup. Co., ciranvl. UdK..s. aui.  T. Watt, 225 Fifth Ave. W. ..Fair. H7!  WostniliiHtur  Iron  Works.   New Wnstmlnntcr    I'lioiw> 53  KALSOMINING  Dixon    &    Murray S.  8765-8766  LA'I'lf—MKTAL  Kvans. Coleman & Evans, Ft. Coliimb. .S. 29RS  W. X. O'Xei! & Co., 648 Sey. St...S. 4795-4798  Ritchie   C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.   9ll)2  LI.MK.  Halfour.   GuPirle   &   Co S.   9197-C576  Dvana. Coitman & Evans. Fl. Columb.. S. 29(<S  t:ill?v Hrus., New WoBtrnlnster. . Phonrs IB. Ifi  \V. X. O'Xell A t:<)., 54S X<'y. St. . .S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. <t Sup. C . C.rnnvilln. ..«. 91 >>2  H. V. Winch Co, IaI., Winch Xidf-.H. ^79-1944  LUMBER  Federal    I.urnlwr   Co..    Iloxor^    I'.ldu S.  3998-1)  MACHINERY  Ilrown.   FrK.ier  *   Co.,   Ltd..   lir.O   lloim-r  St H.  71."5  Darling,   Frank  & Co.,   J .142   Homer  Street     Sey.   4100-1101  W. X. O'Xoll A Co., OIK Sey. St. ..S. 4796-479S  Cllehlf Con. & Sup. Co., Ciranvl. lld'c.S. 9If.)  The Holden Co., Ltd., 642 Pender St.  W.  tiny.   J 06'.').  MACHINE    WORK  Cil)b>;  Tool  &  Stamping   Works. 356  Dufferin    W Pair.  2 I 76  WiistmlnHter   Iron  WorltH,   Now Weatndnnti<r     I'tioiui 53  MANTKLS—IlltlCK.   TILE  AND  WOOD  Evxna,  Coleman &  Hvans,   ft.  Col s. 29&&<  W. N. C'Neil A Co.. 54X Sey. St. ..S. 479E-479S  Ritchie   Con.   &   Sui>.   Co.,   Granville. .S. 9162  Sey.  507K.  ..... S. 5001  ..Sey.  331  .Sey.   3565  t.h,   Mime-  Sey. 507K  Co.,  .'4nr-467i  FITTINGS  -S. «705- 8766  OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  Western   Specialty,   Ltd..   572   ('.ran,   Sey.  3526  PACKING.    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   GOOD*  I'liiilop Tire &  ItuWwr Goods Co..  Ltd.,  KM  tluml.lu St '.,. X.   13—S.253S  PAINTING   & .PAPER   HANGING  Dixon    lV    Murray • S. 8765-  8766  PAINTS—Ji-IIIK-I'KOOI*.  W. X, O'Noi! A Co., 5!S Sey.  St. . ,S. 4795-4798  PAINTS—UnatV   PROOF.  Evans,  Cowman fk  12vans,  ft.  Col..  jVV.  X.  O'Xeil A Co,  54.x Ss>y.  St. ..S.  PAPER  Smith.   Davidson  A  Wrislit,  Lid..  Hoinor  J and   Pavi»   Sis _.. ..„..  I'ARTITION—FIKKI'ICOOK  Kvans,  Coleman  &  Kvans    l*t. Colum . . S. 2988  Ri'.cblr-. Con    ,t-  Sun.  Co..   Gr.'inv.   RdK- .S. 9'.Bi  PABTITION   WISE  Pearson   Wire and   Iron  Wks....Fair. 2734  PATTERNS  ■ Wi'sitrulJister   Iron  Works,   Ni-w Wt'jtniiristi'r    I'hone 53  PHOTOSTATS  Dortiini'jn   Blue   Print   &.. Dratt:t:.if   Co.,  53!    Gi-.-n:vilf   >: Soy.   2-;'.'7-4670  PIG   IKON  AND  TIN  Palfour.   Cjuthne  »v   Co....- S.  Evans,  Coleman  &  Evsns,   ft.  Col..  Ji.  V.  Winch ti. Co.,  Winca  Bid...S.  PILINO  AND  POLES  Federal    IiumLor   Co.    Itotcra    ltKlu S. 3994-»  I'ILK DICIVJNG.  Evinn,  Coieraan  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2983  1: b'rseer Kiv^r Pile Urlvli.%' Co.. .Vow \\\-»u  I'll'li—SKWEK  Evans Coleman A li.a.ia Ft. Cohim . . S. 29S8  Gliiey Bros.. Ltd., Now West.. . Phones 15. IC  Ritchie Con. &. Sup. Co.. OranvIMe. .S. 916J  R. V. Winch & Co.. WlncSi Bld...S. 279-194<  I'LASTliR  Balfour..   Guthrie  &   Co. S.  9197-657$  Evans. Coleman & Kvai.j Ft. Coiurn. .S. 23SS  Cilley Bros.. Ltd., New Wwit.. .Phones 15. If  W. X. O-Xell A Co., 54S Sey. St...S. 4795-4798  liltchie. Con. & Sud. Co.. Granv. Bdtf..S. 91t»  I'l.ASJKK   DOAKU  Evana,  Coleman A Kvans.   ft.  Col S. 2988  W. N.'O'Xell A Co., 548 Sey. St...S. 4795-479*  Ritchie   Con.   &   Sup.. Co.,   Granville. .S. 916J  PLASTBK   l-AICTITION   BLOCKS  Eva.ns;   Colnman  4  JJvam,   ft.   Col S. 2988  I'LAHTEK— OICNAMKNTAL  Evans,  Coleman A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  W. X. O'Nell A Co.. 54S Soy. St...S. 4735-4798  Rilohia   Con.   A   Sup.   C»..   Granville.  S. 9161  I'Ll'MIUNG  E. A., 1033 Granville St., S.  136  Anderson.    lObl)   Homer   St.. .3. 6l8fl  Kydd,  906  Davie  St ..Sey,  9188  " P.VKt;.MATIC  TOOLS  Darlinjc.  Frank &  Co., 1142 Homer  S'traet Sev.  4100-4101  The  Holden Co., Dtd., 542 Pender St. W.  Sey.   10S5.  PRINTERS  Da-Ioy. A.  G. & Sons.  Ltd.  516'   Pender   W Sey.     316  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Centra!   Public   Stenographers,   Mlme-  ographiiiy, 4 14 Dominion Bldy.. Sey. 5078  Dominion   Blue   Print   &   Drafting' Co.".  531    C.r.nivilc   St St-y.    2497-467»  ICOOI-'INO COMPOSITION  Evans. Coleman A Svacs Ft. ,o!um..S. 29S8  The Barrett Co.. I/.d., 10th vV Arhutus llav. 63  W. X. O'Xell A Co., 54.S Sey. St...£. 1795-4798  Ritchie Con. A Sup. C.. . Granville. .S. 916J  Stulth.   Darkl.4011   A  Wri, Ut,  Uil.,   Homor  and   Davii-   Sti H.   95R0  BOO II N«—SI ii 15 KT M KI'.V L  (St?o   Cornice   .Tin   Roofing)  KOOI-'ING   iVATKKIA I.  The  Barrett Co., Ltd..  ltth^V Arbutus  Bay'. 6i  Kvans,  Coleman A  Evanr    Ft. Colum.. S. :'!)S.i  Ritchie Con. A Sup. Ct'., >*ranvll!e B.. .S. 9162  ICOPK-JIANILA.  Balfour.    Guthrie    A    Co S. 9197-6571  RUBBER   STAM-'S  IL-tfrley,  A.  G. iv Sons.   Lto.  516   Pender   W Sey.     31«  'SA'KBS— V.VII.T DOOK.s  W. X. O'Ni-ti A Co.. 54S Sey.  St...S. 4795-47IVS  SAND    t.KAVKL AND OKI Slll'A* ICOCK  Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  Glil^y   Bros.,   lad..   Now   Wert.. . Phonos 15. II  Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co., Oranv.  Bd.tr. .0. 91S1  SASH   DOORS.   WINDOWS,   KTC.  W.  X.  O'Xell A  Co..  54-V  Sey.  S1...S.  4795-479*  SHEET   METAL  Central  Sheet  Mual  Work-* Sey.  628  Mll.Vt. I.fc   Jl.t.VI l'.A("lllti:K.s   and   DKAl^  KBS.  (See   Lumber    ind   S/ilngies.)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon    c\:    Murray S.  S7G5-  SI.ATK  Ev*ua.   Coleman  A   Evans    ft.   Col S.  W.  N".  O'Nell A  Co.. .14.- Sey. St..   S. -t,'  ft.   V.   Winch  A  Co..   Wlnea   BM...S.  P.ltchle, Con. A Hup   Co.. Granv.   Fld)c.  S'I'EKI.- UK IXI OlCCINti.  Mal.'our,    Guiluie    A    i.'o s". !M97-fi67*  Evans.   Coleman  A   Evans,   It.   t.'ol S. 2988  STORK    £    OJ PICK    MXTLKKS    *    STORK  FRONTS  Dixon   &   Murray SS;'65-876l$  Evans,   Coleman  A   Evans,   It.   Col S, 2988  VV.  N.  uXell A Co., 54!* Sey.  St...S. 4795-4798  TAB   AND   PITCH  The  Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,  lOlhA Arhutus  Bay. 63  Evuns,   Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.   Col S. 29SS  Til. K— DRAINING  Evans.   Coleman  A  Evans    Fl. Colum - .S. 29Ss  Gliiey Bros..   New  Westminster  Phones  15. I«  Ritchie   Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg..S. 9163  TII.K—FLOOR  AND   WALL  Kvans.   Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2988  W.  X.  O'.N'eil A Co..  a 4 li  fey.  St...S. 4795-4758  TIN J'LATJES  Halfour,   Guthrie  A   Co S.   9197-G67«  Evans.   Columan  A  Evans,   ft.   Col S. -988  K.   V.   Winch  A  Co.,  Winch   B!d...S.    279-1944  TOOL  STKKL  Darling,   Frank   A.   Co.,   1142   Hon.or   St.    t.   4 100-4101  VACPI.M   OI.KANINO   SVMKMS.  Barr  A   Anderson,   IDfiO   lliirn«-r  i,t S. 6181  WALT.    HOABDH  Evans,  Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.    .'ol S. 3981  WATKBI'BOOF COA.POl ND  The  Barrett  Co.,  Lid.,  lOlhi'.  Arhutus   Lay. 63  Evans,   Coleman  A   Evans,   .'t.   Col S. 2988  VV.  X.  O'Neil  A. Co,  :>4S  S>/. St...S. 4796-479«  WINDOW   SCREENS  Artislio  Wire \   Iron   Woths,   112-16  DufTeriii     St.      V. hair.  S.  M. Morris A Co.  Ltd., 2120 Cellar Bay.  \v    N.  f> N-li  A. Ofp..  648    fey.  .-!t  . .S. 4714S-  8766  2 988  .'95-4798  79-19-14  .S. 9163  2648  1043  4.7 »■  J7S4  J'carson   Wire and   Iron   VVks ...I 'a.ir.  WIRE   WORKERS  Arli'-tic   Wire  A   Iron   Works,   112-16  Dufferin     St.      K Pair.  [••■arson   Wire  and   Iron   Wks..l''air.  WIRE itOPE  IlAlfour,    Guthrie   A    Co S.91D7-6D7*  Evans,  Coleman  A  IC» ji>».  ft.  Col S. 2988  Ritchie. Con. A Sup, ( o.. Granv.  Bd«-..S. 9f«!l  ft.   V.   Wlneh  A  Co..  Wln-ca   Rid      S     279-194-1  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The    Barr-tl    Co.,    Ltd.,    10th       Ave.  and   Arhutus   St Bay.      (S3  2643  i7S4

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