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 *':-™S:'*v  ".■."Wtais'  i ■  •■*£  Ii  I  I  1  §  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 16, No. 12, Wed., January 8, 1919  Building Material  o  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550  Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  "of  ACCOUNT if ha has a. bank  ACCOUNT. No account is too  snia.ll to receive a courteous wel-  oom* at this  bank.  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   Hastings   St.   W.  J.   T.  jjCacSOHAXiO,  Manager  •J1J".-"Wlln    i  GALVANIZING  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spi  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1 2 1 4 Pender St., E. Highland   1573  VANCOUVER, B.C.  .UELDIHO   PERMITS   AMOUNTIHO   10  S500  OS   OVIS  ISSXHED   i.T   THE  VAJSJGOTTVEB  CITY E1IA  TESTIKDAY  Number  Contractor  5)777— Dwelling     $-1000  07SI—Rep. !^i»'e  Damage r; $1000  AtdrM*  Vernon .■ Bros. Const Co   E. Chrystal & Cb..'....:..-'...219 Keefer St.  0**m«r  Address  C. Holmes   Lowen, Harvey & Preston.  Roofing/ Bullcilng  Papers, etc.  Phone 2988  __.    .     >     ' Clay bur n Fi rebriek,   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  'PHONE  SEYMOUR   354  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  -  WINNIPEG  J  Lumber   Veneer    Pasieis,   Etc.  Otf Stock it the Moit Complete on the Pacific Coast    We are also Sole   Agents   for   the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richard. St Vancouver, B. G.  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  • •*   *  THE M0LDE1N CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sole A»e«Uilrf Canada for  --Chicago Pneumatic Tool Go—;  Boyer   Riveting   A Chipping   Hammers;    Little   Giant   Drills;    Duntley  Electric Tools; ,Rock  DrMlsj-'Air Compressors; ^      ._.  Fuel  Oil and  Gas   Engines.  |       BUILDING PERMITS       |  Mcstrssi Tironti  542 Pender St W., Vincouiir B. C,  Urn Say. 1065  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO  ■*»  LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155  11SO Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  0773—Wong Doo   Lung,  276  Pender  St; E., raise Bldg. $150.00  9774—Kee   Kit, Z62   Pender   St.   E.,  alterations $ 150.00.  9775—Mrs. L. Lotzkar, 246 7th Ave.  W., Garage $92.00  977C—A.  E. Jones,  S.  E.  Cor.  Hastings and Columbia, alterations $75.00.  977S—National Councel.'Y. M. C. A.,  611 Cordova St., alterations ?200.  9779—R.    Dowl'er, 539    Cassiar    St.,  Garage §75.00.      .,,'■■._     . <.  97S0—A.    C.   Coulter,   824    Granville   WORKING   DOUBLE   SHIFT  St., plastered partition .$150.00,'* :' ON  EMERGENCY HOSPITAL  Tn an effort to get the first wing of i  BARRETT COMPANY WILL ; the  nevv.   emergency   hospital   for   the /j  BUILD, PLANT AT EBURNE   treatment   of   Spanish-  influenza - pa-  At an expenditure of- about $80,000, j tients  ready   for   use   this   week,   the j  the major part of which will be spent  hospital  authorities  put  on  a  double  j locally, the Barrett Company,.Limited, [shift of workmen  this  week.    Special  i will begin shortly on the construction  of    a , new    manufacturing    plant   at  Eburne.    The  site  of  the  new  plant,  which is intended mainly for the manufacture of all kinds of roofing material,  to receive patients  by Friday or Satis   between   Oak  street,   and  the   Lulu  urday. -    , . !  Island   branch   of   the   B.   C.   Electric      it would  be interesting, in view of j  ! Railway.     In  addition  to  rail  connec- the   fact   that   this   building  is   being  tension of the north fork brancli of  the Kettle Valley railway, which will  connect the present steel -■ head at  Lynch Creek with the terminus of the  ore tram line from the Rock Candy  group, the fluorite property of the  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Trail.  The   Kettle   Valley   Railway   Company are undertaking the construction'  of   the  trestle   across    Lynch   CreeK  themselves   and   are   now   taking   on j  men for, the work, according io Supt. j  W. H. Kirkpatrick, who gave out. the |  above information last week.  FRANK DARLING & CO.  "THOR"  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Torhme and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Brills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Phone Scy. 4100  electric lights were installed and  work continued through the night,  especially on the interior finish. It  is  expected   this  wing will  be  ready  London, Bmff.  Montreal  Winnipeg1  Toronto  "Vancouver, B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION - TESTS -CONSULTATION  8TEEL      CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES.     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT.   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  508 Hnatlngs W., Vancouver, B. C,  C«mont Te«tin_r laboratory, Boom 1601; Phynlcal Taatlnsr Laborfitory. Room Bl  Resident In»prct«:» at Large Manufacturing Center*  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IIN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  All Kinds of BoHding Materia!  902  ColumbianstreetjWest  Phone 15 and 16 New Westminster, B.C.  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING C0.,LTD.  IVlHSwork Contracts  TTnlon   Depot    1916  Can.   Nortliern   Ely.   Depot 1917  Caljrary Armory   191°  JttoBsland  nigra   School. 1918  Tranquillo   Sanitorliun    1918  Phono Westminster 473  Our steam heated plant pimblt'K us  to nuinufacturu Veru-'.-r Work ut any  season  of  the  year.  AVe am now manufacturing; interior  tlttliiKM for the new B. C. Ti'leplione  liuilding-'s head otflce in Quarter Cut  OaH.  1259—6th St., East Burnaby  tions the site also possesses- water  transport facilities, for it fronts on the  North Arm of the Fraser River.  Mr.  J.  F.   Miller,  chief construction  engineer of the Barrett Company with  headquarters    in New    York, is    here  with  the  plans  and  specifications  for  ■! the new factory which is to be design-  ' ed  to supply  local   needs.     He  is  receiving  tenders   for  the   various   sub-  j contracts- and   materials   at   room  41.1  j B. C. Electric Building, corner Carrall  land   Hastings  streets.     Mr.  Miller an-  ; nounces that with the exception of the  | necessary    machinery,    which  has al-  i ready    been    ordered  from    the east.  ! everytlfing    else required  in    the construction of the plant will be purchas-  j ed locally.    He has  been advised  that  i the machinery has already  been ship-j  pod  from  the east, and  no  time  is to  be  lost  in  getting  the  building up  to  house  the  equipment  as  soi.n  v..;  possible after its arrival.  Mr.  Miller, acting  for the company.  is open,to receive tenders at once  miscellaneous boiler fittings, pipe and  fittings,    steel    stacks and    bridgings,  lumber,   tile  and   cement.     A  secondhand pump and compressor and a second-hand    cutting   and    threading machine  are  also   wanted   and   offers   of  these    articles    are    invited at    once.  Tenders are also  being asked  for the  erection of three steel tanks.    A contract    for the    erection of    two large  wooden tanks has already been award-  ' ed to the pacific Coast. Pipe Co.    The  i factory    proper    will    consist of    two  j buildings which will be constructed of  : tile and quite modern in every partieu-  j lar.  i     Tenders are also being received  for  i  i the    construction   of  a     wooden  scow  | barge   00   by   20   feet,   which   will   be  ! used for transporting tar and creosote  oil.  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  .-.     ■..'.-.:. -" "     V*^-: ■.•■      - ' ~  '■   BEAMS, CHA2nt-ni.S, Airat.ES. PLATES, TEES, COLTTXXim  COMFZ,£TB&**r EQUIPPED  7ABBZCATX1TO  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL CO'Y, Ltd.  Fairmont 3396 and 2397  Vancouver,  erected by day labor instead of in the  I  usual way by contract, to learn, after  the building is all completed, whether  it was erected cheaper than the $25,-  000   or  $26,000,   which   a   number   of  contractors were  prepared  to bid  on  it if they could have seen any proper  working plans.   Local contractors who  have   followed   the   construction   details closely declare that the fact that I  it has been found necessary to put on  a double shift, of men and pay heavy  overtime charges in order to get one  of the four wards of the building com-  pleted in three weeks, is itself a con- j  fession  of  the  drawbacks  of the  nay i  labor   plan   as   against   the   contract t  system, if awarded to a reputable con- j  trading firm. i  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts,  Tie Bolts.        We are prepared to   furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME  —  HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   OLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  K. V. R. BRANCH  CONSTRUCTION  TO  COMMENCE   IMMEDIATELY  Grand   Forks—Construction   is  commencing at once on  the two-mile ex-  MONEY   BYLAWS   TOTAL j  NEARLY   TWO   MILLIONS;  When the ratepayers of the city go j  to  the  polls  on  Thursday   to  vote  in J  the   annual   civic  elections,   they  will ;  iZbe   called   upon   to   express   their   ap-i  proval  or disapproval  of seven differ-!  cut   money   bylaws,   which   aggregate j  just   $1,010,000.     This   is   the   largest j  sum which has been submitted to the J  property  owners   of  the   city  at  any i  election  since   the  boom   days  before j  the war. !  Foremost  among  the list  of money j  bylaws   is   one   for   ?7".(V>0n   for   the j  erection of a municipal building to be  used   for   a   city   hall   and   assembly  purposes   and   to   be   known   as   the  Vancouver Victory Hall.  Fqually important from a transportation and residential standpoint is  the bylaw for $200,000 for the purpose of making and repairing streets,  roads, and alleys in the city. This is  a measure that should receive the  support of every elector, as the city  has been stinting its road work and  maintenance for the last four years  and a large sum is needed for repair  work now  One of three school bylaws also to  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  THephon* 5037  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  -.Continued  on   I'aRe   l.)  resttnitister Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster. B. C. Phone 53 /  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911),  Published   every    Monday,   Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A newspaper of general circulation, featuring Building, Ci'Utractintr, l-'iiyiiieering, Industrial, Shipbuilding, Mining-,. Automobile, Fro.  vincial,   City   and   Harbor   Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  N. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 107S 90S Granville St.  Specialists in  interior Finishes  /"■\  Office and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   131    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR-7808  Subscription  Bates  One month $1.00  six months ...?5.oo results  for the government?  MunrMik*"" w*"'""-***1  stronger or more business-like? Have  we learned anything from war business? Are we getting prepared? Can  we use any of the methods  that got  If they  All subscriptions arc  payable strictly in advance j werft gQ0{j  foJ. tne nati0I])  why not for  us?    Why not try one and co-operate?  OFFICIAL  ORGAN".  The British Columbia Record. Is the  official organ of The Architectural Institute, ol' British Columbia, federated with  The J'toval Architectural ■ Institute ol'  Canada, and as such is used by them, as  the medium through which to make .their  official'-announcements to tho general  public. - _ .  By such selection the British Columbia Record is no wise pledged, to editorial support of any policy advanced  by this society, but maintains an absolutely independent position on all matters subject to editorial  opinion.  associations of them?  Are we going to improve conditions  right here in Vancouver in any other  way than by reasoning together? Does  not the logic of the aboye lead to one  conclusionto get together?  BIG   LUMBER   ORDER   FROM  ENGLAND  FOR  B   C.  MILLS  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kmse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  E. Chrystal & Company  WAR   LESSONS  Business  ought to learn something j lead?  from  the war.   '..''■ ! should  First lesson: Organized co-operation  or the co-operation of organizations—  the units of the regiment,, regiments  into divisions, divisions into armies,  armies with other armies, the allies  all together under General Foch, and  resultant victory.    Why not?  Then why not general contractor  with general contractor, sub-contractor  with  others in  his  own line,  Is  our    individual    knowledge   worth  more than our collective experience?  Third  lesson:   The  right—the  right  way—is    the   best—will    win.     Why  not eliminate everything  else?    Is  it  service we hope to render the public  or,  are   we   determined   to   beat   the  other fellow in our own craft?    If the  governments   found    it    best    to    cooperate  on   the   battlefields  and  with  industrial   associations,   such   as   cement  and  steel,   why not  follow  the   ter ot' the yeai  Is  there  any  reason: why  we  not?    If there   is   no   reason,  why not try it?  . Fourth  lesson:   Generally speaking,  the leaders were selected from those  they afterward  lead.    Is business an  exception?   May we not train our own  The  iron  Age  says:   An  open  market for steel products has come in the  past week,  various  forms  of finished  steel having sold at from $-1 to $6 a  ton  below  the government maximum  prices established for the fourth quar-  Among pig-iron producers, those who have chafed under  the  fixing of pig-iron prices by steei  makers, now feel that as the demand  for their product is relatively greater  than that for finished steel they will  be able to get the old prices.    On the  leaders, run our own business, and get jother hand, many foundries are well  results?    What    objection    may-   be  raised?  .Fifth lesson:   Did the fighting settle  the problems involved? If it did, why  and all general contractors, electri- the Pettce Conference? Will not re'a-  cians, plasterers, plumbers,, painters, son be the final arbiter in the dispute?  material men, all in the building con- If those nations that formerly fought  Btruction   business   organized   among!each other can  forget  the  pas:  and  themselves and all allied in a Builders'  Exchange for attacking the common  problems Why not? What is-the objection?    Think it over.  Second lesson: The nations paid a  high price for not being ready. Are  we ready for the problems just ahead?  Are  we getting ready?    How?    Any  ;et together, why should we "not try?  If to use combined reason—if Ho combine reason—-is good for the nations,  why is it not good" for individual  building construction  contractors, for  stocked with iron. But southern furnaces have declined to take on 50,000  tons of basic iron for England, and  Japan is inquiring for 20,000 tons. It  is said that the reduced prices have  brought out not large amount of new-  business. In the east a 6,000-ton plate  contract was put; through at 3c, the  new figure, though some producers  quoted the government price. Now  that the market is open, the possibility of further reductions is distinctly a factor.  It  is  announced  from both London  and   Ottawa  that the  long-looked   for  orders   for   Canadian   lumber   to   be  | utilized    in    reconstruction    work-in  ■England is to be shortly placed.    The  j certainty   that   such   an   order, would  [be placed sooner or later has kept-the  ! British   .Columbia   lumberman   hoping  against  hope   for  many  months  past,  for they realized long before the war  was   over,   with   the   drastic   inroads  that had  been made on .tho, available  timber   supply   of   Great   Britain   for  urgent  war  purposes,   that  when   reconstruction   was   really   commenced  British Columbia would  be called  on  to   supply   a   large   share   of   the   demand.     Some   lumber   and   timbering  concerns who have  been  fighting off  liquidation  and   the   financial   and   industrial  depression of the war years  will now have a chance to reap the  reward  of   their   faith   in  the   future.  For it is stated that the timber order  to be placed very shortly by the timber controller  of Great Britain  with  the ,Canadian  timber agents   in   L-on-  dqn will  be  for approximately   1,000,-  000,000 feet of all grades and dimensions.  British Columbia's mills and logging camps will .be called on to supply  the major share of this. In fact, it is  already hinted that at., least .65. per  cent, of the entire billion-foot order is  expected to be supplied by British  Columbia.    For that is what is meant  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Stoel  Cabinota, etc  Switches  desitrned  and   built  for any  special  work.  41 Alexander St.  Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kyd  PLUMBING and KEATING  "Ready Plumbing"   °  with working blue print*  for country  installations  906 Davis St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  PHILADELPHIA ™ J™™  ^2z^/ztfXfflfl® FORYOURCAR  fSfP^rjfD) % 40 pcr cent lon9cr life  (Continued  on  Fa_re   3)  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  v   Concrete  325 Howe St.  Si». 3768 -Biy.H28R  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  136 Howe St.  SijMW-tSIS  18   months'   Guarantee  PRICE    NO    HIGHER  ... Call and see lis when parsing-  JARVIS  ELECTRIC GO.  570 Richard* St.  I  Distributors for B. C.  Seymour 175  Bamberton Cement  Bulldos Cable  Pacific Lime  Ed-warcl Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making Fixtures  Seynoor 1163 735 Helacken SL  r. v: Winch & co-, mrdt^d  Vancouver and Victoria  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RlENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BC^ELECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   Djir   representative   call  ■WJJ7JP.C  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors,  Credit-Foncicr Vancoow, B.C-  mmiwwiL^n:.,:^tmti»ma  NEW WORK-CONTRACTS LET  THE    POUOWIHG   TABLE   SHOWS   BUX'CSZHOS    COSTING*-    $6,000    OB     OVER,    ON     WHICH     CONSTRUCTION     IS  UNDER WAY, OB ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  USE  r r-  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Richards SL  Sej-Dour 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymoar 3535 6.01 Pacific Bldf.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Blig. Seymour 6506  Character     Coat  Residence •>7,S0-'  Tuberculosis   Clinic    47,130  Grain   Elevator    • ' •   70,000  Church    35,000  Commercial   Bldgs   25,000  Residence      9.000  Residence    10,000  Residences     • each    4,000  Brick   Building   rJungalows      6,000  Residence      7,000  Mill   Warehouse $5v000  .Residence       7[>00  Bungalow    7595  Remodelling   Building        10,000  Residence    .,-.... $5,000  Powdered   Fuel   Plant .  $39,000  Dwelling  : .       5,000  Warehouse       8,000  Residence            8,000  Remodel    Boarding   House $5,000  Two  Story Brick   $20,000  Residence    --.- ? 10.000  Residence    $9000  Dwelling    $0,500  Temporary Hosp  $.''0,000  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  32S ftein SL Seymour 4878  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bide.  Character  _ — -  Cost  42-Mile   Extension     300,000  Hastings-I'arnet   Road       Government    Shed       I'ridge  (2 span)      Lining   Tunnel 250,000  Reconstruction       160.000  Nitrogen  Plant    .-    125,000.  Concentrator,   etc. ■ 1.000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Railroad 1.000.000  Infirmary   and   Service   Bldg $151,236  Uridge        Bridge        I'ulp  &•  Saw  Mil! $750,000  Protective  Works       $SO,000  Cold Storage Sc Cannery $150,000  Residence            5,000  VANCOUVER  location           ..' Ownwr  Shaughnessy   H eights F.   A.   Dietrick  Petider Street Rotary  Cluh  'Beach Ave Chas.  P. Coles Co.  1160  Georgia St. ..First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview and  Point  Grey. . University of  B.  C.  Shaughnessy  Heights    S.  J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights   .......G.   W.   Tornroos  Angus  Ave Mac'aulay  & • Nicolls  Seymour  St B.   C.   Tel.   Co.  Magce Allan   &   Richards  2S75   Alder  Street A.   R.   McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &    Grain    Co.  J906 Trafalgar  XV. 'A. Cantelon  1435 15th Ave. W H. D. Christie  Cor. Davie and  Granville Sts.. Geo. Ji. Trorev  S.E.    Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  1946  llth Ave.  W ..John T.  MacDonald  Industrial    Island     Crane,    Ltd.  Shaughnessy  Heights _ P.  W. Racey  1 147 Barclay St Confer! Life Ass'n  92-98 Pender E... Mrs.  Chance Wong Co.  Shaughnessy   Hgts Clarence   Wallace  Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener F.   G.   Loane  12th and Heather Vane, Gen'l Hosp.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.    Owner  . P.G.E.    Railway  RUSH & READ  PLATN      AND       OENAMEKTAL  PLASTERING    &    CEMENT    WORK  All -Wort  Guaranteed.  Bay.  3 370 230G   Stephens  St.  Hay.   "002-T1  Location      Clinton   Hastings St.   E   Victoria         Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North    Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzcn. . Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain.. 1',.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess   Mining   Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt....B.   C.  Copper  Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist.. . Prov. Govenn't  Englishman's River, Alberni Dist.. Prov. Govt  Beaver Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  Unyoquot Clayaquot Cold Stor. & Can. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather  Archt   Contr.  Fred L. Townley S.J. Newitt  J. A.   Benzie Baynes '&  Horie  H.  H.   Gillingham    Owners  Matheson & DcGuerre Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson    S.   N.   McLeod  Jas.  A.   Benzie .<.... ...S.  J.   Newitt  Jajs.  At.   Benzie.... S. J.   Newitt  A.  E. Henderson S. J.  Newitt  Owners Adkison  & Dill  Fred   I..  Townley. G.   M.  Champion  Fred.   L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  A.   E.   Henderson D.   &   W.   Gray  Fred b. Townley  Day Labor  H. D. Christie W. J. Read  Gardiner &  Mercer Harrison  &   Lamond  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller  Engineering   Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.  ■ •     Owner  Owners  Dixon   &   Murrav  las.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  ^.  H.   R.   Glass  B. E.. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie..... S. J. Newitt  Edwardes Sproat  S. J. Newitt  - •■-  G.  Milne  Owners   Owners  ELASTIGU  The  Tough,  Elastic,  Adhesive  Cement  (Ready  Cor  use.) .Z  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.  Arch.  Arms    Contr.  ...Northern   Const.   Co.   Cotton Co.   R.   Moncricfl  strong,   Morrison   &  Co.,   Ltd   Carter,  Halls  ft  Aldingcr   Hodgson &  King  Owners        Owners  Owners              Owner   r VV.   P.   Ticrncy  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov. Pub.   Wks  Dent... Robertson  &  Partners  Prov.    Pub.   Wks.    Dept Wm.   Grecnlce.i       Owners  Public  Works  Dept Hodgson   Sc   Kincr     Owners  Owp-ir  S.  J. Newitt  ADAM  JAGK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  MlKhlancJ 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8tb Aw. W.  Pay vie it 2278  7  Public Works Contractors  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  "*.  1  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  wrwiTnm  tJmurvmit'tBmmi  "OCEAN FALLS"  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manu-  factured in  British Columbia.    The paper Is  of  excellent,   uniform   quality  and   of  great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agent9  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WEIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. ';-.■!.'.'.. v-ZhiVZWZ  I  ,'-r  BEITMH •OLUMBIA RECORD  Right Prices  "Wettiwell"  Fainto.    Shingle    Stains,  and "Anti Damp" preparations.  W.  S.  HARVEY  MFG.   CO.  1063 Granville jst. Soy. 3497  SHIPPING AND FOREIGN TRAD!  Seymour Tire fi Rubber  ■MniriMii  (Continued  Iron*  Pag-e 2)  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   ERANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  by the statement/that it is, expected  this one order will keep (.lie mills and  cam pa of this province hustling for a  year and a  hail' at least. ,    ,  This IniKc order will mean much to  British   Columbia  during    the    trying  period   of  (.he   next  two  years,   when  employment,  for  the  demobilized  sol-'  Idlers who are coming hack soon'will  j he such  an  acute and  pressing prob-  i leni.    It. will mean that many new log-.  ;ging camps, and probably all the exist-  |ing ones,, will be opened up to supply  i the   timber  for  this  order.     This,   in  j turn, will   furnish   lucrative   employ-  jment to hundreds, even thousands of  returned  men.    And, what is more, it  will   take   them   away   from   the   congestion of unemployed that is almost  inevitable  in° the  principal  cities'arid  itowns,   out   into  an   open-air,   healthy  | life, that will in some respects be like  j their   campaigning   experience   minus  •many of the hardships and  the perils  of shot and shell.  It is also  to the lumbering interest which will  benefit by this mammoth order, the  shipping interests will also profit For  much of the timber will be taken in  British bottoms from Vancouver i.6  Great Britain, through the Panama  canal, according to" shipping reports.  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  .   Additional        information       regarding  these   iiKi'.iiries   may   be   obtained   from  the   Secretary   of   the   Board   of   Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "The  ConiiiH'i-ciiil I ntclllg'-uce rail oh of the  J.'-epartmont .of Trade and Commerce;  Ottawa.•'  Correspondents are requestf;d to <inote  the number of the '.'opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Hell est for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and state opportunity  number. The I'urf-ati does not furnish  credit ratings or assume responsibility  as to the standing of foreign inquiries:'  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all   cases.  IMPORTANT—Quote th_e number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence. .''■'.,  LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  Tin.' following inquiries are the latest  i-(:cciV'»d. For rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glance items of interest by noting the class of goods mentioned   at   the   end   of   each   inquiry.  RENTS COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  BOTAB-dSHED  1886  739  Ha.stingi*  St. W.  Teieifhonc Seymour  Vancouver  7820  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  G36 DAVIE STREET VA-NCOUVER. B. C.  FACT vs. FAMCY  ■PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE, rather than APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear and tear of the  daily grind. Paint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  never yet PAID a single repair bill. ...     ...   „..,-....   \  LITTLE GIANT IVSOTOR 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 "-uarnntee •f>0% lower operating cost than any other Truck on tlio market.  \Yo vaporize the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into the cylinders.  Your service work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  u: no Cost to you.  RI  Sevmour 331  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  mffimfrmMW^w^*®®1® iassiE5!»^  923. , Canned Pears and G-allon Apples.  — A . Liverpool firm offer to'act as packer?.'' agents for the distribution of the  above. They state they are in a position to dispose of large quantities.  324. Canned     Goods.— A      Liverpool!  firm would like to be placed in communi- j  cation with shippers of ail kinds of ca lined   goods,    with   a   view   to   acting   as  .sales  agent  for  the   United  Kingdom.  325. Apples.—A Bristol .firm, asks for  cabled-offers' of No. 1 winter apples in  barrels. ...  926. Molybdenum   Concentrates. — A  Shefll'-:-} manufacturer of ..carbonless  metals and alloys wishes to ' gel into  touch with snippers 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 manii-  lai-turer of linseed cakes and similar  cattle lood.  928. Food.'. Products.—A firm in Holland, with headquarters at Hague and  branch offices at Itotterdarn and Ghent,  Li-lgiimi, would like to enter into commercial relations with Canadian exporters and producers of the following foodstuffs: Wheat, rolled oats, wheat fioi.r,  sun-dried and evaporated apples, jams,  'canned fruits, meats, lobster and salmon,   bacon,   hums  and'lard.  929. Automobiles. Motorcycles and  Automobile Accessories.—A firm at The  Hague, Holland, is desirous of getting  into touch with Canadian 'manufactures  of automobiles, motorcycle.-., .tad automobile  accessories.  963. Codfish and  Smoked Herring's.—  A Greek exporter in New York has inquiries from Greece for Canadian cuu-  dsh  and  smoked   herrings.  964. Salmon and Lobsters.—A .Manchester tirm wishes to enter into correspondence with Canadian exporters of  canned salmon and lobsters, with a view-  to sole representation as soon as condi-  ,..1;...^  ,,ci'iiiit....  865.    Canned   "Fruits.—"A   Manchester  f firm of produce brokers is open to represent canners of fruits having no representative   in   the   United  Kingdom.  965. FarinaceoUB Materials.-—An influential Manchester firm is open to purchase farinas, dextrine, sago flour,  wheal, rice, starch, as well as any other  kindred articles.  967. Tats and Oils.—A Manchester  tfirm wishes to receive quotations and  prices from Canadian firms having tats  and oils for sale.  , .,968. Office Furniture.—A. Manchester  'firm-'is or-en to purr-ii-is-e office and library desks and chairs. ;  V'S66.'.'"Domestic""".*P«ieniture.—A Manchester firm wishes to hear from Canadian manufacturers of domestic furniture,  particularly: bedroom  suites.  970. Oil* and. Pats.—A Manchester  firm is open to purchase whale and fish,  oils, also other fats suitaDle for distillation.       '  9Vi. Paper.—The London branch' of  a Belgian company asks to be placed in  correspondence with Canadian manufacturers of writing, printing and wrapping-  paper, in a position to ship* orders to  India, Burma, the fersian gull auti utile/,  eastern  countries.  972. Wood-pulp;—A Liverpool firm  wishes to hear from exporters of wood-  pulp.  973. Wrapping and Mews Papers.—  A Liverpool firm wishes io .get. into  toucn wan exporters of wrapping and  news papers.  9"<4.    "Cinsev-d      Cakes.—A      Liverpool j  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all  kinds  of Wire  Work.  112-16   Dufforln   St.  l-'a  64 S  s  FLOOR- LA YE  and  IV&anigfacturers  6.0; Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 GranviSIe St.  BUSINESS MEN  '      will find the    •  ORPHEUM CAPE  an ideal, meeting place for the  I'iiineheoii Hour. The Best of  ■Everything, Prompt .Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  capacity  250.  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  Gt Kilgren  General Contractor  862 Nth Ave.  Fairmont S46L  COMMERCE  ONE  TON  TRUCK  A  year   ahead  of   other  trucks — the  only  truck  having everything- neces-"  sary on it when you buy  it.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  STANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard truck  .throughout. Continental  lied -Seal Motor, Tim ken-"  David Brown worm gear  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spiec-r universal' joints.  Two, three and a half and  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  ....■■*-.-..—.  G  DBT7QLESS    HEALIK5  W. I. Downie,   D.M T.  MS. BUSIKZS5 THAI*  There is lots of room at the top, hut  it takes a live wire to get and stay  -•'•*rcv. Uf there is no juice to feed  the wire, what then? :If you want to  ■w <jw to K<:en nn the supply, see  me.    See next advertisement.  9i;b  and  b2a Burks  Building-,  Seymour  603 Seymour 724SR  Business  Paper  Advertising  H  r  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  .Consuniptipn  -•"*•**••••-•-•»••«••.•«•«•«•"•.-•••>.•.••.. «~»«».»«»._a  flri-ri wishes to be-piaowd iu-?co»juiii<i».c.k^ ,  "tiori with r<-.vportei*~s of.CMuseed bakes".' ';"'  '975. Say.—A Liverpool firm ask to  be placed in communication witlv ex1  porters, of hay.' with a view to future  business. ..      ,-     .  976. Asbestos Fibre.—A Newcastle  firm,-'.in.-a■-■ position--.to-, place orders for  asoestos  fibre in  50 to   100-ton Tots, ask  j tor  Canadian  offers.     They  also   inuuii-e  to-   asbestos-cell   and   asbestos   cloth.  977. Travelling- G-oods.—A .'Liverpool  Arm, with :"large connections in the  leather 'goods trades wishes io hear  trom Canadian firms prepared to arrange  j for   them   to   handle   their   lines   exclu-  i sively on the United Kingdom market.  978. Doors.—A  i.>iver.»u<'i   iir.-i,   ./i.-.,-es  i to hear rroin firms in a position to offer  yellow phie doors. our m> isill '.uliui  panels, planted moulds. They are in a  position to place orders for 1,000 doors,  avb. Cardt-oard.—A Liverpool firm  desires to £*•**■ t into touch with exporters  of cardboard.  980. "fcg-g-s and Butter.—A Newcastle  firm asks to be placed in touch with exporters of eggs and butter .  981. Birch.—A Manchester firm, importing on a large scale, wishes to hear  from exporters of birch in log, plank,  and  board form.  982. Bircn.—A Manchester firm of  timber importers wishes to hear from  exporters of birch boards and planks,  also birch in sizes of 12-inch, 15-inch,  16-inch and 1 S-inch square of 1 "pi-inch  thick. . -      ■  abj. Birch.—A Manchester firm inquires for exporters of birch in varying  sizes and qualities.  i>i>4. jiardware.—A Manchester firm  is in a position to represent Canadian  manufacturers of general hardware, also  any other commodities saleable by ironmongers.  985. Machinery.—A Manchester firm  is open to represent manufacturers of  mac-ninery, machine tools and engineers'  tools.  9b6. Buttons.— A London company,  tnainlv engaged in trade with Italy, asks  for the addresses of the principal Canadian manufacturers of buttons.  987. "Wheat and riour, Oats and Barley, Etc.—A London tirm, stated to have  been long engaged in the trade, wishes  to secure agency of a first-class Canadian shipper of wheat and Hour. oats.  !,„'-!-'V. and  their products.  988. Motor Cars.— A manufacturers'  agent   in   Mons,   P.elgium.  wishes   to  rep-  j resi-iit a Canadian manufacturer of  motor cars.  I     989.    Lumber.—A dealer in Ohnrenton.  wu.'. -.-i|. -Mill  trade    would accept   the  representation in France of an important Canadian firm dealing in all kinds of  lumber  for construction,  barrels,  etc.  990. Canned Goods, Corn, X-uznoer,  Lard, "Wool.—A Lille commission agent  is disposed to accept agencies for  France.  991. Canned Fish. "Lobster, Salmon,  Crabs, Shrimps, Etc.—-An important  agent in Paris. having connections  throughout France, wishes to represent  exclusively a large Canadian manufacturer of canned fish.  992. Canned Fish, Flour and Pulp.—  A Greek merchant in Kgypt wishes to  import canned fish, Hour and pulp.  993. Affency.—A Belgian- firm having  a capital of $1,0.1)0.000. and sixty years'  experience of business in many  branches, including oil, oil seeds, foodstuffs, hides, skins, tanning substances,  etc.. wishes to get in touch with important   Canadian   firms.  994. Fruits.—A fruit im reliant and  importer in Belfast, Ireland, wishes to  get in touch with Canadian firms exporting fruits. Ho. would like to buy  apples for shipment from .Montreal.  Halifax  and   St.  .John.  9P.5. Awrlcot Pulp and Canned Pineapple Chunks.— A Manchester linn s-ek  the representation of a Canadian n:u Uer  ol' a'U-icot pulp and canned pineapple  chunks.  99G.    Paper.—A  correspondent   in   London    would    like    to    secure   agencies    of  Canadian   manufacturers  of  paper of all  descriotions.   bo\-boards,   cardboards  and  other lines  which could  be ham::'d   with  tho  above.  |      997.    A'Tency. — A      correspondent     at  j Zurich   would   like   to   enter   into   eorre.M-  I pondence    with   Canadian     exporters    ol"  I ores,   minerals,   and   metals,   forest   pro-  I ducts,    animal    and    farm    products    and  'canned     gonl-:    contemplating    eventual  trade  with   Switzerland.  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power■ ;      /  Motor Repairs  Storag*e Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570  Richards  St. 'Phone   Seymour   175  PHONE FAIR.  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  971  We Galvanise Everything by Hot  Process  Ornamental  Iron   Work,   Iron  Stairs,  Fire  Escapes Railway  Gates,  Fences,  Hlscksmith   Work  I'olc  Iron   and   Steel  B.ir.s,    Ircn,   Work   for  Steel and Wooden Ships, Castings,  I.ine 'Hardware,   Pipe   Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  225  5th  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  Avenue West Vancouvt r, *3.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  Seymour 35S5  833 Pender St. West, Vanconvex  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit \&&fc !-.■  wv-y: ■;■.'■- :  "^"  "-V  BP..ITISH COLrr?,TP.lA P.T5f?rT?T5  M^i^^^  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  NS Ltd.  A. G. BAGLEY  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS'   and    f^APIUFACTURERS  aS-s^S  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS,  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,    NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES    OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND PAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer SL  Vancouver B.  (Continued  from  pag-e   1)  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jonea, Mgr*r.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  "--/    ETC.-,,     ■  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front SL Z^Hew Westminster  Telepfe-IOIS  be submitted provides for borrowing  the sura of $-11-1,000 for the ■ purchaso  of one school site and the' construction of a new technical high school  and three other additions to existing  city schools. '■  Another school bylaw provides for  the sum of $80,000 for the purchase of  furniture and equipment for the new  technical high school and other school  buildings in the city.  Still another school bylaw asks eri-  dorsation   for   the   borrowing  of  $50,-  r000  for the  purchase .-.of school sites  in the city.    These sites include one  for the proposed technical high school  and other sites in outlying districts.  The bylaw to authorize.-the rormu-  transfer   for   other   purposes   of   the  sum of'$06.000,'being an .Unexpended  balance   originally   voted    for    other  school purposes,  but which it is now  proposed. to   use   in   school   improvements, is to be again submitted to the  ratepayers.    This   bylaw,  which  does  not involve the borrowing, of any new  funds, but simply the transfer of existing funds, was rejected -by the ratepayers  last January  by a_small  mar- '  gin, largely owing to the fact trmt the  majority   of   the   ratepayers   did   not  understand its import.  And   last,   but  by  no  means   least,  there, will be a byJaw for .$3f>Q,000 for  the purpose.'of. .purchasing.-*400 acres  of land on the Seymour watershed, together with, the accompanying timber  licenses,  for  the purpose of preventing the  pollution  of the'-cifay's water  j supply   ^through    logging/ operations,  which, it is stated, will bti.commenced  there   if  the   city   does  iiot   buy.'t-;e  land. ■" "■•• ■'  HE KNEW WOMEN  tecrfWrav.* -.wei-.-.'i .-•• ~*-..w<  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRAOTOES  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  Business Directory and  ? Guide  When Buying Bulletins- Material and Supplies  :■.'..■.... Patronize Record Advertisers  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KAtSOMINfNG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  Jlgson—Your wife Is always in such  h good humor. How do you manage lt?  Jagsou—I make her think I'm Jealous of her.       >  .March 2ml.  Darned If I. .didn't. lose' that, pob;-liter  all and I thought .'sure.1 was iroins to  get it. That bunch makes nie sick the  way they cut prices—here is the way  they ran:  A.'  Xexvcomer   Fair Profit Co..'-....:,...  Consistent. Bidder ....  I.   Forgot  Sumpin .....  Yours   Truly   U.   Bustum      .Al.   Waysbroke*-'''...:'.'„  Skinner   &   Cheatum.   .?19.000.   ".  18,500.     IS.'OO'O'-'  .....:....:....   16,000   •:    '.lii.OOO   ':      1-1,000   1   :..■.  13.000. •  has   a   job   and  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SEALED, TENDERS ^DDRESSED  to the undersigned and endorsed  "Tender for Dockyard -'-Wharf at Es-  quimalt, B. G.," 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. . /       -V-Z..;', \  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and, specifications and forms of  tender.... obtained ■ at. this Department,  at the office of the District-Engineer,  Victoria,  B.  C,  and  Esquimalt,  B.  C.  Tenders will  not be considered  un-  .less 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!  now Al. Wayt-broke has a job, if. I can  only beat U. Bustum Co., I'll get a job  too. I'm going- to show that bunch,  and g-o 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 think 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  $75 a month for the time, it takes to  build it. I feel lucky, anyway.  March   15th.  List of bidders on.garage:  -   A.   Newcomer   .........;.:..'..............*tl8.600  Fair   Profit   Co.   ..............:......... IS,300    '  .Consistent   Bidder ..„......„..;..... IS,000    =  Yours-   Truly .......:........ii... ......  12,500 ,'  Whad'di'ye know about that! I could  have had over .-'$:*>,000 more and still get  the job. U. Bustum didn't figure at all  i —^-heard he' was going through bankruptcy and is working with his tools  again.   •' - ' ■ " '   T *'  X     wonder    it    I   fotg-ot    anything-—I  know I didn't figure any profit ol* over-  stand to lose more than I've got on this  job and yesterday a job was let exactly  the same size as this one and look at  the  bids:  A.   Newcomer    $18,SO0  Fair 'Profit Co/   IS,550  Consistent   Bidder    IS,200  Consistent Bidder gets nearly $0,000  higher than the price I got.  My   job    is    plastered    with liens and  claims unci   I don't see any  way out.  .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.  ■     .     '     ;    YOURS   TRULY.  .  f ARCHITECTS I  £>.v4->.V,j>.>w^'<J>.J«<^^<J>^<^>'^V'i*,h^-!-*,5*-r'i,-i"  Members of Trie Architectural Institute  of British   Columbia.  VANCOmriJB  3309  5508.  '.Benzie Jas: A., 510 Hast. W.....Sey  Brvan &' Gillam, 50!> Richards Sey  Dalton  &  Eveleigh,  £15  ■■; Hast, w. .::..:...;..;...—-..: Sey.   6C2  Gardiner, F. G. & Mercer, 71S Gran.:  "'   Sevmour  3672. ';'  Henderson, A. K., 615 -Hast. W... ..bey. i2\  Honevman & Curtis,  821  ': Pender   W ....Sey.  162V  Tames XV. Keagcv, 2576 2nd W.. ..Ray. 792R  Matheson, Itobt. M.. 509 P.ich...Sey. 5038  Palmer. Bernard  C,  616  Credit .   -;  Fonder  Bids - Sey.  36S0  Pair  &•  M-icKenzic, 73(5  Gran Sey.   7811  Sharp & Thompson. 620 Pender W.tSey. 1064  Townlev, .Fred L.. 325 Homer....Sey 8013  Twissell*   R.  P: S.,   837 • Hast.W..Sey   7925  VICTORIA  A: Ii.   Hcnuell,   10S6   St.   Louis  St 1171R1  T CM.   Keith.  Sayward   Blclg.. ...:...1420  Sam  Maclure.  Union   Bank  Bldg..... 23-48  Lieut.-Col.   Ridgway-Wilson,   Belmont   House.  ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue  Print & Drafting Co.,  '    331    Craiivillc   St.. .. .Sey.  2497-4670  ARCHITECTURAI.    TERRA     C'OTTA.  Evans.  Coleman & Evans,  Ft.  Col. St., S. 29S8,  O'Neil,  Wm. N.  Co.  Ld„  648 Seymour.S. 4795  Hltchlo    Con.    A    Sup.    Co.,   Ltd     Gran.    Cl.  Briclce   .... .8.9102  ASPHALT   KELT.  Evina,  Co'.oman &  Kvans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  The Barrett Co., Ltd.,'10th & Arbutus  Bay. 63  The  Standard  Paint  Co.  of  Canada,   Ltd.,  430   Standard   Hank '..Bldg. Sey. 2913  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ceperley,   Rounsofolt  &   Co.,   Winch  Bldg. .   • •• ....,..'. Sey.  7820  BANKS.  Home   Bank  of   Canada.. S.  5270  BANK,   OFFICE   &   STOKE   FITTIN03  The   lames   Brookes Woodworking Co.  Ltd.,  1259 Cth S.  IC,  Burnaby..West.  473  .'•   BLUE   PRINTS   ,  Dominion  Blue  Print &  Drafting  Co.,  531    Granville   St .. .Sey. 2497-4670  BRICK—A LI.  KINDS.  Evans    Coleman   &   Evans,   Ft.   Col.,   S. 2988  Gllley  Bros.,  Ltd.,   New  West.,   Phones 15,   10  W.  N.  O-Nt-il & Co.,  548  Sey.  St.,  d.  1795-473S  t.. tehle   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd,,   Gran.   St.  Bridge  . S.   9102  U.V.Winch  & Co..  Ltd..  Winch B.  S. 279-1«44  lU-'II-UINi-*   FKI.T8   AND   I'Al'KKS.  Evana,   Coleman   tt   Evans,   Ft.   Col... .S. 29SS  XV. N.  O'Neil  & Co..  54S  Sev.  St., ■ S. 4795-47!)?  The Barrett Co.,  Ltd., 10th & Arbutus  Bay. 6.1  The  Standard   Paint  Co.  of Canada,  Ltd.,  430   Standard   Bank   Bldg. .Scy. 2913  KONMS—Sl'KKTY.  Ceperley,  Rouiisefcll  &■ Co.,   Winch   Bldg.  • V.......... Sey. 7820  E.V.Wlnah  & Co.. Ltd..   Winch  B.. S. 2V9-19-H  ""'       CARPENTERS  Dixon   &   Murray  .S. 8765-  S766  CKUI2NT.  Tlalfour.   Guthrie   &   Co S.   919'i-657tr  Krnns. Coleman A Evans. Ft. Col.. .S. .'2S8S  Gllley Bros., Ltd., New Wt-st., Phones-15. 16  W. N. O-NeiJ A Co.. 54S Hoy. St.. S. 4795-479S  Ritchie   Contr.   &   Sup.,   Ltd.,   Granvhle   St.  Brklg-c-         S. 91G?  R.V.Wlnch & Co..  Lta..  WKch B.. S. i.79-1944  . CK.MKNT  TKSTING   A^«f»   ASSAViNG.  'Hunt,   Robt.   W.   A   Co.,   Standard   Bank  Bldg.   ....S. 2199  CONTUACTOIt!*—(JKNEKAL.  Armstrong,   Morrison    &    Co..  iLtd.,    Bowei-  B4g '....'. ...\.. ... S. 1S36  ...CONTRACTOKS—TH.K—TKRKAZiU.  Evnns,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col... ;".S. 29S8  VV.   N,   O'Noi!  & Co..  548 Sey.  -St..  S."479.1-4798  CRANKS   AND    HOI.STS. (ELKCTKIC ' .  The Holden Co.. Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1065..  DIES   Aim   TOOZ.S.  Gibbs  Tool  &  Stamping  Works,  356  DutTerin   W   ..I'air. 2176  DRAFTING  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs Tool  &  Stamping  Works,  356  DurTenu   XV.  Fair. 2176  MIHWOBK,  Tlu- James   Brookes  Woodworking" Co.  Lid.,  125'J 6th S.   IC.   Burnaby..West.  -173  MIMEOGBAPHTNG  Central  Public:  Stenographers, ■ Mimeo  graphing  it. c  •111  Dominion Bldg., Sev. 5078.  MOTORS  Ltd    ..S.  5001  ..Sey. 331  .Sey. 1S60  .Sey.  3565  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfittlng  ; head and figured on beating down all  bank and payable to the order of the j the subs and figured that lumber would  Minister   of   Public   Works   equal   to j take a drop—but, gee whizi  10 p. c. of the amount of the tender. J '.'Wel].   1'11  si»n   up—but  ain't: it   hell  after working three months to get a  job and have to go way down for it  only to find that 1 Could have had  85,000 more and they say the carpenters  are going to get their increase, too—-  but I'll pull through O.K. I can  build cheaper than anybody else anyhow.  April 15 th.  This is a heluva  business to  be  in—I  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. 8. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  S. J. Trickejr  E. E. Elliott  CENTRAL SHEET  mm  SHEET, COPPER, BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151% Fender St. W.  VABrCOTTVEB, B.   C.  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   WELDEKS  Cor.  Alexander  and   Heat ley   Avenue  Phone   Highland   2003  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.O0-9.00  PRICES 20c -30c  War Loan Bonds of .the Dominion will!  i also be accepted as  security, or, war j  ! 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,e 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.j  Department of Public  Works,  Otta-1  \va, December 21, 191S.  TEE   "DAIRY   OP   A   COSTBACTOR  "Tcotirn   Truly"   Tells   Sis   Troubles   to  the   Record.  J-H'ivuary   6th. '10 19.  I'.y Golly, this is going to be a good  !'spa's on now for 'ooit tract in :-t. I'm goiiig  j to bid on that school tomorrow and l;e-  lieve nie, -no more o'' that cut-throat  stuff for mine. I've lost a lot of coin  at that game and this year I've gotta  win or go back to my old trade of selling  patent  medicine.  "Five  per cent,  overland,  10  per  cent,  profit,   and   a' lair   price   to   th»-   sub-contractors,"   that's   my   motto.  January  7th,  I'M!.'.  Well,   I   got  beat   that   time,   here  is  a  list  of the  bidders on   that  school:  Fair   Profit  Co $20,000  Yours    truly        IP.000  Consistent   Bidder       18,000  1.   Forgot   Sumpin       17,000  U.   Bustum       10,000  Al.   Waysbroke     15,000  Skinner  &   Cheatem     1.0,000  A.   Poorfisch      13,000  I'll  have to cut down  on my overhead  and   figure   a   little   closer   all   the   way I  through   on   that   other   school   and   see  how   near   I   come to  the  bottom.     Any- |  way.   Poorfisch   is   out   of   the   way   now !  and  that's some consolation.     Hids go in '  on  the other school January   10th.  January   10th.   19 10.  I did a little better that time, but  wouldn't you think some of those cheap  skat'-s would get wise and figure a little  profit.  Here is a list of the  bidders:  A.    Newcomer    ?20,000  Fair  Profit  Co   HI,000  Consistent   Bidder       18,000  Tours   Truly       1(5,000  U.  Bustum  Co   10,000  Al.   Waysbroke      11,000  Skinner &   Cheatem      13,000  Better luck next time—I just got the  plans on that little factory Job and  T'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.  BRICK CONTRACTOR  Chimneys,  Fireplace*,  Etc-      '".f.  - Jno. B. Sadler  Bes.       '■  20S5 45th Ave. W.    Box 25, Kerrisdale  Phone Eburne  203L2  G. W. ROBINSON  CABPENTER  and Btn*L*DEB  also  Cabinet   Maker  Upholstering  2326 Cambie Street  TELEPHONE DATA  For the past few days the telephone records have not been available, but  a complete list of new installations will be published as soon as possible.  COPE &. SON  ISO Hasting St., W. 'Phone Sey,8600  ESTABLISHED 1893  Twenty years   in   business  In Vancouver  Electrical Contractors  Let ns figure on your work. Send ns your troubles. 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.  1 50 Hastings S*t.9W«  Dominion 'Blue  I'rint  Si Drafting  Co.,  531    Granville   St St-y.  2497-4670  nitll.l.S— I'ORTAUI.K   JSI.F.CTItIO  Darling,  Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street   ' ....Sey.  4100-4101  The Holden Co., Ltd., 54 2 Pender St.■ W.  " . ," Sey.   1065,  EI.ECTKICAC SUin-JJKS  B.   C    Electric. Co..  I,UI.......„:...... „.„„_ S.  5000  Cops At .Son.  150 Ilastlum W  Soy. S602  Darling,  Frank A Co., 11 -J2 Homer  .,   Street ...:... Sey.  4100-4101  ■KUSVATOH  CAKS  AND  KNCLOSUKKS.  S...M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Buy. 1043  VV.'.V.  O'Neil  A  Co:,   54-1  Sey.  St.   S.  '7S5-479S  Ultchia- Contr.   A   Sup.   Co,   Ltd..   Gran.   St.  Bi*id({e    ............: .......    S. 9162  'ELEVATORS'  Darling. Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street 'r.l.'.Sey.  4100-4101  ^ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion  Blue  Print &  Drafting Co.,  531    Ciaiiville   St... ..Sey.  2497-4670  TIKE CI.AV  Bairour,   Guthrie '&   Co..........8.  9197-6576  Evans, Coleman & Evans Ft. Col.. .8.. 29*8  Gllley Bros.., New Westminster. Phones 15.16  W. X. O-Nell & Co., 548 Soy. St., S.4795-479S  Rilchle Can. & Sup. Co.. Jranvl. Bdg..S. 91 «'■  R.  V. Winch &  Co..    Vlnch Bldg., tj. -i79-1944  FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  F1KE   EXTIXOUIS1IER   SV.STEM9.  Barr & Anderson,  1080   Hcraer SI S.  61K0  FLOORING  J.  Fyfe Smith  &  Co..  isao   Richards. .3. 1196  FORGINGS  Westmlnator  Iron  Worku,   "sVw Wi-atmlustcr    Phone 53  GALVANIZING  Allan    Mr.Kelvic Er.g. Co., Ltd High  1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Gas  Appliance  Co S.    S01  GLASS—-ALL KINDS.  XV. N. O'Neil A Co. 54S Sey. St..   S. 4795-479?  HARDWARE  •Si-own.   Fraser  &   Co.,   Ltd.,   1150   Ttomor  Sl.-.S.  7155  Flett, J. A., Ill Hastings \V Sey. 23-17-8  HAKDHOOB  FLOORS  XV. X.  O'Neil A Co..  5-S Sey.  St.. .S. 4795-4798  J.  Fyfe Smith  A   Co     1320   Rlehn rds. .S. 119«  HARDWOOD LFM11ER  Smllh.  J.   Fyfe & Co..   1320  Richards..S. 1196  HEATING—HOT   AIR.   .STEAM   AND   VENTILATING  Bailey. E. A., 10,'i3 Granville St S.  136  Barr   A   Anderson,   10<:o    Homer   St.. .8. fiH-'l  Norman   Kydd,  906   Davie.  St Scy. 91SS  HOISTING   ENGINES  itltclde Con   & Sup. Co.  Granvl.  Bdf,'..S. 9165  INSURANCE.  Ceperley,   Rounsti'ell   it   Co.,   Winch   I'ldg.   Sev.   7820  R.  V.  Winch   &  Co.   Ltd.,  Winch   ISIdg.   Scy.  2791944  INTERIOR   FINISH  Evans.   Coleman  .<i   livaiiM,   ft.   Coi S. '.'iiSS  \V. S.  0'Nnil A Co..  518 Sey.  St. ...S. 47«o-479i  Kltchie. Con. <t Sup. Co., Grnnv.  I3dK..*i- »»»-  IltON   AND   STEEI SIlllCTlR.ll,  Can. N'orthwv.-'-t Steel Co.,  Ltd.  Prince  Kdward   Si Kalr.  2<196-7  Plviiiik. C*olcni»n iVi ICvans. Irt. Col....S. i-rfS.*"  Couxhiaii. .J. A .«on.s. World HldK- ■ . .S. "»•") 1  Hitchlf. Con. & Kill-. Co.. (.I.-finv. Bdff..R. Sl-i>  S. M. Morris \- Coi Ltd.. 2120 v...-.|ar l!:iy. 1043  XV. S. 0'.\'{>.i A Co.. 541- Mi.v. St. ...S. 4795-4791*  Wei-tniinstfr .Iron   Works,   Vi-tv  SWuinlriRtir     I'lifjrw .13  IKON   AND   STEEI.—ORNAMENTAL.  A11i*■ tic   Wire <<•   Iron  Works, 112-16  Dtiffc-rin     St.     I-! I-air.   2643  Evnns, Coleman Cr Evans, rt. Col.. .'. .S. 2988  S. M. Morris .S. Co. Lid.. 2120 Cedar llav. 10-1.*  W. N". O'N'oil & Co., 54S Scy. St. ..a. 4795-1798  r!ltchl« '.'on. & Kup. Co.. Granvl. BilR. .S. 9I«'  Weslniinster   Iron  U'urln,   New WYjiliriliiHtcr    I'hone 53  Kluctrlo  Co.  MOTOR   TSTJCKS.  Little  Giant   Motor Truck  Co....,  Rco' Motor   Car  Agency,   Ltd.....  Tucker Motor Co., 833   lVmlcr \V  MULTIGRAPHING  Central   Public   StenoKiaplier.s,   Jllme-  o«-r(ipl)lntr,   111  Dominion Bid'--., Sey. C078  Dominion    lllue   I'rint   \-    Draftiu-.   Co.,  531    Cranvile   St...,,... ...Sey.   2l'.l7-4670  OFFICE  AND   STORE  FITTINGS  Dixon    it   Murray.' S.  8765-  8766  OFFICE    SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  Western .Specialty,   Ltd.,   572  Gran.  Sey.  3526  PACKING,    BELTING    AND    MECHANICAL   GOOD*  Dim lop Tiro & JSul)l,er CJooiLs Co.. Mil,,  814  CanihlB  tft.  .......J..;.. ...; _..._•.  13—8,i5Sj  PAINTING   &   PAPER   HANGING  Dixon    it    Murray.. . ... S. 8765- 8766  PA I NTS—-Fl RE- I-IIOOF.  XV. N. O'Neil  * Co..  54S Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  '      FAINTS—-Bfl,ifl'- PROOF.  Evans,  Coieman &  Kvans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  XV.fN.  O'Neil  it Co..  5IS Soy.  St.   .S. 47'J5-4798  The  Standard   Taint   Co.   of  Canada,   Ltd.,  430   Standard   Bank   lildjr  Sey. 2913  PAPER  Smith.   Dnvidson   &  WrtKht.  Ltd..   Homer  1       and   Davlu  '«u.  ti   9505  I'ARTI'fioN—FIJCEI'HOOF  Kvans. Coleman A  Evans    l't. Criluin. .S, 29S8  Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv.  Bdtc. .8. 9*.t)"i  PATTERNS  Wi'stminstar  Iron  Works.   New  Westminster    I'lium,. 53  PHOTOSTATS  Dominion   I'.litc-   1'rnu   X-   Drai'tiiic*   Co.,  \     531" Cranvile   Si...-...' Sey.    24^7-4670  PIG   IRON  AND  TIN  Halfour.   Guthrie   sc   Co:........ .$.   aiy7-rtf,7S  Evnns.  Coleman  &   Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  H.  V.   Winch  A Co.. Wnicj*   B!d...S.    279-1944  PILING  AND  POLKS  I'"«ieral   Lumber   Cu,,   Uosera   lildit ~ S. 399,1-9  PILE DRIVING.  I^vana.  Coleman  Sc Evans,   tt.  Col S. 2988  Fra«tr   Kivor   Piitj  .jjr.ivlr.tf   Co..    New   West.  PIPE—«• EWER  Evans,  Coleman &  Evuns    Ft. Colum. .S  2SS8  Gllley  E.-os..   Ltd.,   New   Weal.. .Phones 15. .It  rtltchle   Con.    &   Sup.   Co..   Granville'. .S. 91-JS  'R...V. Winch & Co., Wine,!. BId...S.    279-19H  PLASTER  Balfour,; Guthrie  A  Co. S.  9197-C57S  Evans. Colenum & Evuw Ft. Coium. .S. 298S  Gllley Bros.. Ltd., New West,.. Phones 15, II  W. X.. O'Neil & Co.. 54$. Sey. St...S. 4795-479S  Ritchie, Con. A Sud. Co.. Granv. Bdg..s. 916J  _    "   " PLASTER ,'KOAKD  kvans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col.. .. .3. 29S8  XV. S. O'Neil A Co.,'54S Sey. SI...S. 47S5-47»<t  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co.. Granville. .S. 9162  1 he  Standard   raint  Co.   of Canada.   Ltd.,  430   Standard   Bank   Illdg ....Sey. 2913  _ I'LVf-'IEK   PARTITION   HLOCKs  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,   ft. Col.. .. .S. 29S8  PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  Evans,  Coleman &  Evans,   ft.  Col.. .. .S. 29SS  W. N.  O'Neil A  Co.,,54S Sey.  St.. .S. 4795-4-79S  lillchie   Con... A   Sup.   Co..   Granville. .S. 9162  PLUMBING  Bailey, 13. A., .1033 Granville St., S.  136  Burr   a   Anderson,'.  1000    Homer   St. ..S. 6IS1"  Norman  Kydd,   906   Davie St., Sey. 9188  ■•PNEUMATIC. TOOLS.. a  Darling, Frank & Co.,  11.4 2  I-Ionier  Street:    .......;.... ■__ ....Sev.  4100-1101  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  -*■-: -"-■^-■■■■-- Sey.   1065.-  PRINTERS  Bniyley, A. G. it Sons, Ltd.  5lli   Pendfi*   W.'  _  Sey     316  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Central   Public   StenoKraphers.   Miiue-  OKraphliiK,  111  Dominion Bldg,. Sey. 5078  Doniiliion _ Blue   Print   &    Draftin'si   Co.".  531    Cranvile   St ...Sey.   2197-4670  KALSOMINING  Dixon    *:    Murray S.  87b5-S766  LATH—METAL  E?vans, Coleman A Evann. l-*t. Coiumb. .S. 29RS  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 54H Sey. St. . .S. 4795--I798  Hltchle   C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.   9162  LIME.  Halfour,   Gllf-irlo   .fe   Co S.   9197-C575  Kvans. Coleman & Evans. Ft. Coiumb..S. 29*8  f'IH«y Bros.. New Westminster. . Phones 15, lt!  W. N. O'Neil *. Co.. 54H S'-y. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Hltchle Con. A Sup. C . Granville. .S. 91«2  P.. V. Winch Co, Ld., Winch Bd_r..S. 279-194-1  LUMiJER  D'edurnl    Liimhor    Co.,    Uo:-:i'r.-    IJIdu S.  3998-9  rtlACHlNERV  llrowu.   Fraser  &   Co..   Ltd..   Ii:i»   lloinor  at f*. 7155  DarlitiK.  Krank & Co.,  11-12  Homer  Street     Sey.  4100-4101  W. N. O'Neil &• Co., -148 He>y. St...S. 470S-47n«  Rltchl" C"n. A Sup. Co.,, O-iinvl. Fld'K. .3. 91 fil  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Fender St.  W.  Sey.   10C5.  MACHINE    WORK  Gihlis  Too!  K   Stampiiif.   Works,  356  Dufferin   W !'air,  2176  Wcutmlnntflr  Iron   Works,   Now Wontmlrmter    l'lioue 53  MANTICLS—IIRICK,  TILE AN»  WOOD  Evans,  Coloman  A  Evans,   ft.  Col s. 2988  XV. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Sey. fit. ..S. 4785-4798  Ilttohle   Con.   &   Bui/.   Co.,   Granville. .B. B1B2  MAPS  Dominion   Blue   Print   Sc   Drafting   Co..  531    Cranvile   St Sr-y.   2497-4670  MA RULE   AND   ONYX  Evana,  Coleman tk Evans,  ft. Col 8.2088  W. N.  O'Neil A Co..  548 8oy. St. 8.  47M-47J1  ROOFING   COMPOSITION  Evans. Coleman & Svar.s Ft. .-olum. .S. S'JSt  The Barrelt^Co.. L'd., 10th & Arhutus Bav. 63  W. N. O'Neil & Co.. 54S Sey. St. . ..-"-. 479u-l7!'.t  Ritchie , Con. A Sup. C . Granville. .S. 9162  .Smith.   IJinrlilsnn  A  XVrh lit,   Ltd..   Ilomrr  mid   Uavie   Sts.   ...„ ^ _ «. 958.1  The "Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada,  Ltd.,  430   Standard    Bank   Bldg.. Sey. 2913  ROOFING—SIVEF.T  METAL  (Sffj   Cornice   1 no    'touring,  KOO Fl NO   .V A T E R1A I.  The  Barrett Co..  Ltd..  11 th \- Arhutus  Bay. 63  Evans.  Ooleninri  A   Ei-aor    Ft. Colum. .S. 29S.S  Ritchie Con. .t Sup. C< .. ilranvllie B. . .S. 9162  The Standard   Paint   C».   -. f  Canada,   Ltd.,  430 .Standard    Bank   Bid;- Sey.  2913  ROOFING—WHOLESALE  The  Standard   Paint   Co.  ot   Canada,   Ltd..  430   Standard   Bank   Bldg Sey. 2913  Sidney   Rubber   Roofing   Co.    S.  4149  ROPE-MANILA  Balfour.    Guthrie    A    Co S. 9197-6571  RUBBER   STAM-'S  P.airley,  A. G. &- Sons,  Lta.  510    Pender    W Sey.     316  SAFES—VAULT DOORS  W. X.  O'Nt-ll .<•   Co.,  548 S<iv.  Si...8. 4795-47ftS  •SAND    <;|<AVKL AND UlttSIIKI)  ROCK  Evans,  Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2983  Gllley Bros., Ltd., New Wert.. .Phones 15, lt  Ritchlf. Con. * Sup. Co.. Grnnv. Bdjf.-S. 9165  SASH   DOORS.   WINDOWS.   ETC.  W.  X, O'Neil .'- •""■•..  5-IK  S.-v    SI...S. 4795-479"'  SHEET   METAL  Centra!  Sheet   Metal   Works Sey.  620  .SHINGLE  MANLF.Wrn REUS  AND   Ul'AL  ' ERS.  I (See   Lii-ph""-   inrl   Shingles.)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon    it    Murray 5.8765-8766  81.ATE  Kvina,   Cob-man   A   '-"vans    ft.  Col S. 29S8  W. N O'Noll A Co., S4S Se>. s"t,.SS, 4795-1798  l< A" Winch A Co.. WlncW Bld...S. 279-19H  Ritehi". Con   A  Sim   c,,    -.Jrnnv    Ilil«. . K. !M l>3  STEK t It KI N Fl) RCI Nli.  Halfour.    Guihrlf    Ai    Co S. 9H'7-R57»  Kvans.   Cnletnnn   *   L'lvans.   ft.   Col S. 29X8  STORE    *    IIIIKT     IFSIIKES    «    STORK  FRONTS  Divon   it   Murr.-v SS765-8766  Evuns,   Coleman   A   I-lvnns,   It.   Col S. 2988  XV.   N.  O'N'-ll A  <■••>,.  54S  Sev    St .. .S.   1795-4798  TAR   AND   PITCH  The  Bari'-lt  Co.,   Ltd..   loth X- AihntuF   Bay. 63  Evans,   Colemnn   *   Evans,   ft    Col S. 2988  TILE—DRAINING  Evnns.   Coleman   .<i   Kvans    Fl. Colum . .9. 2988  Gllley   Bros.,   New   Westminster   Phones   15, IS  Ritchie   c'"n   A Sup   Co.. Grnnv    Bill?. .S. 916*  TILE—FLOOR   AND   WALL  Kvans,  Coleman   &   Uvnns,   ft.  Col S. 2988  W.  N.  O'Neil A Co..  5 IS S-ey.  St. ..S. 4795-4798  TIN PLATES  Rnlfr.iir.   Culhrle   A   Co S.   9197-6571  Evans.  Coleman  &  E-'iins,   ft.  Col S. 2988  It.   V.   Winch  A Co..   Winch  BId...S.    279-1944  TOOL   STEEL  Darling,   Frank   &   Co..   1142   Hoit.er   St.   <■-.    ' 100-4101  VACH'M   CLKANINO   SVS I'EMH.  Rarr  A   Anderson,   10-60   Horner  !.t S. 6181  WALL    HOARDS  Rvans.  Coloman  A.   Kvans.   ft.    -o\ S. 2981  The   Standard   l'aint   Co.   of   Cf lada,   Ltd.,  430   Stan.l.'ird    Bank    Itldjr ...Sey.  2913  WATERIMtOOF CO J.POP ND  Tlje  Barrett  Co.,  Ltd..  I0l!i '-.  Arliutns  Bay. 63  Kvsns,  Coleman  &  Evans,   .'t.  Col S. 2988  W    N    O'Neil  .W  f'o ,   1.18  Sf /.   St.. .S. •1795-4791'  The   Standard   l'aint   C<<    - f   Canada.   Ltd.,  430   Stand-in!    B-nlc    Hirer Scy.  2913  WINDOW   SCREENS  A rt i ^1 ir-   Wire  ,'J-   Iron   Works,   112-16  D'llTcrin    St.     K ' Fair.  26-IR  S   M    Morris & Co.  Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay.  1043  VV*   N   O Nell A  Co..  B-18 -.ley.  SI  . .8. 47'9-i-47»8  WIRE   WORKERS  A rt isl if  Wire  tt   Iron   Works,   112-16  Dufferin    St.     K fair.  2648  WIRE UOPK  RnKoiir.    Oulhrlfi    *    ".a S. 9197-n57»  Kvans,  Coleman  &  E-Jins,   ft.  Col S. 2988  Ritchie. Con. A Sup- ' «">.. Granv.  Bdg. .S. 9lb'»  H    V   Win •*'   ».   i*n.  Wln;l-   T-M       c     279-194*  '        WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The   Barrett    Co.,    Ltd.,    10th       Ave.  and   Arbutus   St Bay.      63  The  Standard   l'aint   Co.   of Canada,  -.rd.,  430   Standard   Bank   "'dg Sey. 2913  Sidney  Rubber  Roofing  Co S. 4149  1  m  i  ii^  m  w  m  I  M  ffe.3  ETC  m  m  I

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