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 ■;;:■: \&~®  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO &ENERAL NEWS. BPILPINO.  COWTBACTIN&,  EWOIWEEBIWO, PBOVIWCIAI,  CITY A1ID HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS.  VOL. XADII. No. 18  Published   Monday  Wednesday and rritUjr^  VANCOUVER, B.C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1920.  Office and Plant  639 Pender Street "West  PRICE—Per Tear in Advance  Per Month    -    -    -   ..  910-M  WE CARRY COMPLETE STOCKS OF:  PLATE GLASS CHIPPED GLASS  WINDOW GLASS "IGURED ROLLED GLASS  POLISHED WIRED CLASS     ROLLED CATHEDRAL GLASS, ETC.  CAST WIRED GLASS PORT LIGHT GLASS  PRISMATIC WINDOW GLASS  Manufacturers of .Mirrors, Leaded Glass, Embossed Work, Bevelling, Etc.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS, Limited  ROOFING CONTRACTORS  METAL WINDOWS  FIBE DOOB8  SKTLIOHTS  JOBBING  BLOW PIPING :  SMOKE STACKS  113 Ladysmith Street,  - Victoria, B. C.  548 Seymour Street  Vancouver,   B.  C.  Granville Is.  Seymour 2172  THE CEMENT GUN  Applies cement mortar by compressed air, making a dense  and waterproof mortar. New and used guns in stock,  also compressors needed for operating the gun.  We are quoting the lowest prices  Write or phone for data.  TAYLOR  ENGINEERING COMPANY, Limited  DISTRIBUTORS  Credit Foncier Building  Telephone Seymour 3680  BUILDING   PERMITS   AMOUNTING   TO  $500   OR  OVER ISSUED  AT  THE  VANCOUVER  CITT HALL TESTEBDAT  •Tnmber  Description  Coat   Street  Addroae  Lot   and  Block  niOG—Dwelling    $1,000  11107—Dwelling    $3,300  11110—Garage   ?600  Mill—Basement       $500  11 112—Dwelling    :    $3,500  in 13—Boiler H'se & Ware H'se $3,000  280<J  Triumph  St.  ..B-23  11    Trinity   St 2?»8  2-116  5th Ave.  \V.„  SOI   10th Ave. E   3f.ri8 J 4th Ave.'W.   5, 6—113  Industrial   Island    51  Subdivision  Architect  rr.   T     Owner  H. T.   ... Contractor      Contractor            Contractor  540    Win.  F. Gardiner      Owners  Contractor  Owner     Peter Watson 1316 10th Ave. E.  McKay Bros 539 Pender W.  T. C. Bailey 700 131 k. 13th E.  E. Cox Rear 530 Howe St.  Owners      Addreaa  Owner  A. J. Robinson  E. J. Lovegrove  Colonel  Cramn  ..'.   .Mrs. A.  McKay 501 10th E  City ofVancr. & F. Harwood  Harrison & Lamond Con. Co. Pac. Bldg.  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile -  Phone 2988  Ft. of Columbia av  Clay bur n Fi re brick,   Speciai  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  -' Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated  Lime, etc.  HARDWOODS  Lumber   Veneer    Panels.   Etc.  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  Large stock of Fir Panels on hand  now, and regular supply assured  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  j   1320 Richards St.  , Vancouver, B. C.  Utrfjartott ifortrir (En.  ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS  ELECTF.ICAL  INSTALLATIONS  OF  ALL   KINDS  923 Georgia St. W. Seymour 86%  THE l-IOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  c, ,       Sole Atcents In Canada Top  Chicago Rneurriatic Tool Co.  Beyer   Riveting   & Chipping   Hammers;    Little   Giant   Drills;    Duntley  Electric  Tools;   Rock  Drills;   Air Compressors;  Fuel  Oil  and  Gas  Engines.  ! Ntitrnl. Ttnwtt  WiRBipif  81 rerfer St. W., Yancunr B. C,  Pint Uf. 106$  t       BUILDING PERMITS       J  1110S—\V. J. Stowe, garage, 1958  York St., $100; T. Gibson, !J9th and  Main St., Contr.  11109—E. Eames, mezzanine floor.  413 Granville St., $350; E. How, Contr.  1111-4—S. Demoray, addition, 967  14th Ave. E., $150.  vincial Public Works Department, and  the various engineers from the outlying districts at a social and smoker,  at Citizen's  Club.  A very large number of technical  men are expected to be present to  meet these engineers "who get together once a year to exchange their  varied experiences.  PRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  m  "TI-IOR"  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers. Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 1<*<* HOMER ST. Phone Sey. 4100<-  CHANGES  ARE  PLANNED  .    IN   BUILDING   BYLAWS  A   special   committee   consisting   o£  Aldermen   Mcllae,   Rogers,   Reid   andj  Crone    were    appointed _by    the civic i  building  committee  at  last  Monday's!  meeting to prepare a number of con-:  Robert W. Hunt & Co.,Ltd.  INSPECTING and TESTING ENGINEERS  218 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  Resident Inspector* at all Large Manufacturing Centrea  HARRISON   AND  LAMOND  TO BUILD LARGE PLANT  Messrs. Harrison & Lamond, 501  Pacific Bldg. have leased lot jol on  Industrial Island and will starf work  immediately on the erection- ©f-a-plant  and building to cost $15,000.  The new plant will be of heavy mill j ent building and gaz'age bylaws./  construction covered with -corrugated I Changes to be made in the building/  iron and when completed will be used I bylaws are designed to meet .new/  for storing road building equipment, I forms of construction and cover cer-j  materials, etc [tain requirements at present found /j                                   j lacking   in   regard   to   light   and   aii  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  [.emulated changes  in the city's  n"fe"i?S  BEAMS, CHA9ITGIS, AHOX.E8, PLATES, TEES, COLtXafHS  COMPLETELY EQUIPPED  TABBjXCATIHGr  SHOPS  UHAMS NORTHWEST STEEL CO I Ltd.    "".  Fairmont 8396 «u.! 4397 . Vmaconvw. -M. C  Atlas Sfcee! Products Ltd.  MILD STEEL BARS  6 Buyers of AS. Kinds*of Scrap  Granville Island  NEW   HOME  PLANNED  FOR  POINT  GREY  A   seven   roomed   stucco   bungalow  spaces.     The  garage   bylaw  is   to   be.  amended    te    provide  for    only    one  small   garage   on   any   residential   lot;  and   garage  is   being  planned   in  the j and the placing; of it at least live feet j j  ofOcesVof  Mr.   Fred   L.   Townley  and  from the side  boundary of the lot soj  Seymour 7200  Estimates G-iven  BUILDER'S SUPPLIES  WE  CABEY A  COMPLETE  LI2?E   OF  FINISHING HARDWARE - CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLIES  Wovaioid Roofing  WOOD, VALLANCE & LEGGAT, L5&S.TED  Wholesale Heavy and Slielf Hardware  VANCOUVER, BR3TISM COLUMBIA  Robt. ]\I. Matheson, Associate Architects, 325 Homer street, for Mr. P. A.  Woodward to be erected at 37th and  Angus Ave., Point Grey.  The    new  home    will  be.  finished  throughout  in white  enamel and will  have hardwood floors, hot water heat,  built  in   fixtures,   concrete   basement  fireplace,  etc.  The estimated  cost, is  $6,000,  tend-,  ers to be asked for from selected con  tractors.  as to have a fire break between it and  another garage in case one should be  bu,ilt in the adjoining lot. i  Vancouver Lumber Co., Limited  v MANUPACTUEEBS  OP  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER ana THE BEST SERVICE  AT  REASONABLE PRICES  Call and see via, or phone.  South End of Connaught Bridge  Phone Fair. 918-919 Vancouver, B. C.  ERECTING NEW WHARF AND  COALING  PLANT AT LADYSMITH j  Messrs. Harrison & Lamond Con. I  Co., Ltd., 501 Pacific Building, Van-j  couver, have just completed the erec-i  tfion .of a large wharf at Russel Point,-  which   will   accommodate   vessels - of i  . i  the deepest draft for coaling purposes.}  In    connection,   with  this    contract I  they also carried out the whole of the |  construction work  in connection with  the    installation    of    coal    bunkering:  equipment,    which    receives  the coal 1  direct from railway cars at an'eleva-l  tion    approximately    of 100 ft.    from j  which point coal is transported on belt!  conveyors     underneath     the     -Island I  Highway to the special loading mach-j  , inery  installed  on  wharf.    This  plant!  I has   been   installed   under  the   super-!  j vision  of the  Granby Coy's engineer-) I  j ing  staff,  and   is  designed   to   handle j  j 250 tons lump coal, or 500 tons slack;  : per hour.    The machinery "-which is of I  'special   design   is   being   supplied   by:  ' BUILD WITH BRICK  and when doing so use the best made in B. C.  DOMINION BRICK  '' For Sale by  Champion  & White; Evans. Coleman & Evans, Ltd.;   Thos. G. MeBride  & Co., and the Ritchie Contracting & Supply Cov Ltd.  Also by Gilley Bros., New Westminster, The Eburne Sand  & Gravel  Co., Eburne, and the Great West Sand & Gravel Co., North Vancouver.,  GABRIOLA SHALE PRODUCTS  LIMITED  Head   Office  102   Moody   Block"  VICTORIA, B.C.  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING CO.,LTD.  MHIwork Contracts  .1918  Union   Depot    ••  Can.   Northern  Rly.   »«Pot 19.17  Calgary Armory    Rowland  J*1** School   Tranaulllo   Sanltorlnm  —-  Phone Westminster 473  1918  ....1918  _1918  Our ateuin Tiented plixnt enables us  to miuiufacture Venee. 'Work at any  season of the year.  We are now manufacturing Interior  fittings for the new 13. C. Telephone  Building's head offlce in Quarter Cut  Oak.  1269—8th St., East Burnaby  LARGE  FRUIT, WAREHOUSE  PLANNED FOR KELOWNA  Flans  are  in' course of preparation  in   the  offices   of  Architects   Twizell,  Birds  &  Twizell,   Metropolitan   Building for a large frost proof fruit stor-  | age  warehouse  to  be erected 'in   Kel-  • owna   for  the   Kelowna  Storage   Linir  I ited.     The   building   will   be   a   three  j story   structure.   SJx'iriO   feet   in   size  | and   will  be  built  of either  Dennison  ;■ llolk'.w    'i'.Io  or    hollow   Iv.-ick   wall.  Ready   roofing   will   he   used   for   the  roof, and large platforms will be built  at either end of the building for loading and  unloading the fruit. , ,,,   ~   -,      , ,      ... ,      „  .     .. .       , ,    J "'• c- Buckley Engineering Co., Paci-i  ».   I he work ot erecting the new plant i,.      r,  ....  .... .. fi«    Building.    Vancouver.     The   new>  wharf will prove of inestimable value!  j to deep sea going vessels, and is ex-'  j pected   to   be' in   operation   within   a!  month. I  The total cost will exceed $100,000.'  Balfour, Guthrie "&"-Co.'  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  We cut to lonKth.  \  BEINTOBCING STESI:—  Largest stock ot' Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.  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 IBON WASHEBS,  ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  FOBTXiAND    CEMENT   —   LIKE   —   HVBBATED    LIME   —   EIEE     CI.AT  SCOTCH  PIEE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH  COAL  — COKE  SEA  COAL — PIG  IKON  — MANILA  HOPE,  ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles,  Portland.  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone S037  will be done by Okanagan contractors  who will be asked to tender as soon  as the plans are ready. The estimated cost of the new warehouse is  $30,000 and will be completed early  in the fall.  TECHNICAL  MEN  TO  MEET FRIDAY NIGKT  The British Columbia Technical Association  on   Friday  night  are  entertaining the Chief Engineer of the Pro-  WANT   FACTORIES  TO |  USE   METAL  COVERING!  Ruilding Inspector Bird recommend- <  ed to the civic building committee on  Monday  that  the   three   firms ,on  In-  WE   CAN  MAKE   IMMEDIATE   DELIVEBY  OP  BRICK  Just Received 100,OOOf and More Following  Also See us For  Sand, Gravel, Cement, Fibre Plaster, Lime 0  and Other Building Material  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561  Granville Street  (Contlnnetl   to  psffe  2)  Seymour 4660  Reliable Eiecfnc  Company  J. SMITH, Manager  152 Alexander St. Vancouver, B.C.  Twenty Year*' Experience in till Branches  of Eloctrioal Work. Inspection—Expert  »*»rie« —— "nrofhi* work—Installing' —- Rewinding—All Work Guaranteed.  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 5b  .is*-'  M?:>.:  M^'&ifciffi  4..«*<-.i..;»7'/yt-'7        nil   n        liillM BRITISH COLUMBIA RBOORP  British Columbia Record  \ (Established 1911)  VoMi^eC   every   Monday,   .Wednesday   and  Friday  by  the  Record Publishing Company  A  newspaper   of  general-circulation, featur«  lap Building, Contracting:, Engineering, Industrial,  Shipbuilding,   Mining-,  Automobile,  Pro.  vtaeial, City and Harbor Improvements.  C. H. NELSON—MANAGING EDITOR  Office and Plant  > P*ndet SLW., Vancouver, B. C.  PHONE   SEYMOUR  7801;   -  ■abvoiflpUon aUtM o'  Y<tar  in  Advance..... .....;.......$10.00  F*r   Month ..........:    Loo  JM mbicriptton* are payable strictly in advaaea  orrxciAX. okciav  Tbe British Columbia Record Is the  •■Mai organ of The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  TIm Royal Architectural Institute, of  Oaaada. and The Engineering & Tecii-  Btcml.Institute of British Columbia, and  mm auch 13 used by them as the medium  "tawauirh which to make their official an-  ••uncementn  to  the general public.  i    J  By  such  selection  the  British  Colum  Ma  Record   la   no   wise  pledged  to  edi-'  torlal   support   of   any   policy   advanced  ky these societies, but malntaina an absolutely  independent  position on  all mat-  aubject to editorial opinion.  COST   OF   MATERIALS   WILL  CONTINUE  HIGH  Local contractors. and builders are  inclined to agree with material deal->  era that there will be; no advantage to  prospective builders in postponing  operations in the hope of reduced  prices. Advices from other coast  -cities as well as from eastern^ points  indicate that _.this opinion is general  throughout• the country.  Replies to a questionnaire sent out  by the Dominion department of labor  to the leading manufacturers of building  materials   indicate   heavy   underproduction in air these lines, as' a result of the war and the labor situation.    It is the consensus of opinion  among these interests that'prices for  all building materials will continue at  a high level and may even go to still  -higher levels.    There is a very heavy  demand,   indicated   for   all" commodities used in construction work and it  is expectedlthe amount of building activity this  year  will  be limited only  "by the ability Qf the material manu  Plate, Sheet, Figured,  Wired,Art,Prism,  Colored, etc.  Wholesale  and  Retail  W.  MOLT -  426—436 Dufferm St. Fairmont 123b  Bevelling  and  Silvering  year. The sales manager of a big  cement corporation and the head of a  large concern manufacturing building  machinery declared the situation as  far as costs we're concerned rested  with the labor unions, with transportation and coal supply problems being  also possible vital factors in determining whether costs will increase or remain stationery, throughout the year. ',  SHOWS THREEFOLD  INCREASE  Although there has been no particu:  larly large buildings included in the  list of permits applied for so far this  month, the total value of the building  permits issued by the civic building  inspector's department for the first'  17 days of January shows more than  a threefold increase on the same  period-last year. The-aggregate value  of permits up to January 17 is $167,-  355, while for the first 17 days of  January, 1919, it was only $52,000.  This certainly looks promising for.a  building boom this summer.  TWO  CONVENIENT  LOCATIONS  At either of which the *>"*!-'  ne«TTiier. and women of  the city are certain of the.  kind of meal* they want at  reasonable prices^  No. 1  Na. 2  HO   CORDOVA ST. WEST  612 'PENDER    ST.  WEST  "The Gosd Fi«l Restasraits"  NEW HOSPITAL TO COST C  $350,000 IS NEEDED  At the first meeting of the new  civic health committee on Monday,  Dr. F. T. /Underhill, city medical  health officer^ submitted an outline; of  what was urgently needed in tlie way  of accommodation' for the handling  and care of infectious diseases other  than small pox and tuberculosis. 'Accommodation for. other infectious diseases was sadly lacking at the outbreak of war and have been growing  more acute ever since, and there 'was  ho other course open to the city now,  he maintained, than to build a proper  hospital building with accommodation  for at least 700 beds and capable !of J  having wards isolated from each  other. Such a building, which was a  real necessity right now, would cost  at least $350,000 and provision for its  'erection should be made as soon as  possible the M-. H. O. declared.       f  The committee-will take action on  Dr. Underbill's recommendation^ at  the next meeting of the health Committee.   ' . \- .  i  (OamttaaaA from paara 1>  to erect their factories with shiplap  finish instead of corrugated iron during the war years while that material  was so scarce, should be asked to redeem their promise now and use  sheet metal covering for their buildings. He made the recommendation  with a view to reducing the fire risk  on the island. The three firms in  question, he stated, were the Vulcan  Iron Works, the Wallace Shipyards  shops and the Schaake machine shops.  A special committee consisting of  Aldermen Ramsay, Owen, McRae and  Crone will take this question up with  the harbor board and also other matters connected with better fire protection and prevention on the island.  PREPAliRlNG   PLANS  FOR  KNITTING PLANT  Fred. L. Townley and Robt. M.  Matheson, Associate architects, 325  Homer Street are prepairing plans for  a one storey brick addition 50xS0 feet,  to the Vancouver Knitting Company's  plant on Dufferin street. Selected  tenders will be asked for by the architects as soon as the plans are completed.  HOW TO LOWER  Delivery Costs  from January 2 to 17, he only had 17%  hours to devote to the work of his  department ^outside of the housing  scheme. .  The aldermen agreed that Inspector  Bird should have more time to look  after building matters generally, and  a special committee consisting of  Aldermen McRae, Owen and Rogers  will investigate the affairs of the department and report what arrangements or additional assistance is required at ■ the next meeting of the  council. -It is probable that some competent architect will be required to  take over the supervision and carrying but of the erection of homes for  returned men in the city.  INSPECTOR   KEPT BUSY  BY  SOLDIER   HOUSING  That    the    details of    the    Soldier i  to the many other duties of his1 department was" the report' made by  City Building Inspector Bird to the  civic. building; committee at its meet;  ing on Monday. Despite the fact that  he had put in many hours overtime  for the last two months, he- had been  kept to fully occupied with details of  contracts, supervision of and preparation of plans for soldier homes that  dustrial Island who .had been allowed  iacturersr to keep ;up the production, j cit7"weVkeeping_ftm so busy that  The manager of one of the, largest | he had very little time left to attend  'manufacturers of steel -products in replying to the questionnaire stated  that the demand for steel for building  purposes exceeded the supply at the  present time, at least in the eastern  lialf of Canada and the United States.  -His firm was not producing as much  *s in normal times and'did not expect  to be able to materially increase their  .production owing to shortage in the  supply of raw material as well as  labor costs.  ' The president of a terra cotta company known from coast to coast, predicted that prices .would advance for  clay products before the year was  over% His firm found the demand already greater than the supply and wq-  producing only about 50 to 60 per cent.  of what they produced in norma'  ■years. He predicted the present upward trend in general costs in blinding    materials  would,   continue  until  there is greater production.  The secretary of one of the leading  quarryman's associations also had the  same condition of under-production to  report, due  to  inefficient labor and  a  curtailment of working hours.    As far  as  limestone,   sandstone   and   similar  materials  were   concerned   he  considered the peak of high prices had about  been reached now.    A more optimistic  reply was received from the president  of one of the largest sheet and tube  ■companies,    who looked for    slightly  lowered  costs  before the end  of the  MOLSON'S ■BANK-TO ■.... ."  UNDERGO ALTERATIONS  i nut      uie      ucLctno   ui     i«o      »_7v«*»»—« I  Housing Act as administered   byHhe      Architects  Sharp  & Thompson,  904  ^ London Building, are preparing plans  for extensive alterations to  the  Mol-  sons Bank Building on Hastings street.  VICTORIA  ASKS  TENDERS  FOR SOLDIERS'  HOMES  Tenders are being 'invited by the  City of Victoria up to Friday, Jan.  23rd, for the erection of certain dwellings as per plans and specifications,  Nos. 17, 20, 22, 24,- 25 and 29, which  may be seen at the office of the Building-Inspector.'City Hall.  \v.  TELEPHONE DATA  NSW XHSTAI.£ATXOHfc  JANUARY 9TH, 1920.  Webb,  Alfred,  Boot &  .Shoe Repairing,   41-44   Main  St.     Stacey, C.  T.  Co., Mfrs. Agts.,  R.  S05.  525 Sev.  St   Kelly's  Merchants Clearing Service, Mchse.,  R.  527,  510  Hast.  T^es & Art's Taxi, Taxi Cabs, 323  Gran. St. .'.   MapMillan. H. R., Lbr. & Shgls.,  R. 711.  837 Hast. W.   JANUARY  10TE, 1920.  Auto Brake Service Station, Automobiles, 520 Howe St   bleary.  Oeo.,  172  Cordova St. E : ..'   i'ominlon. Trading Co.. Ltd., Importers & Exporters,  $42 Cambie   G-.'boons. P. C,  1911 Powell  St .:.   Gustafson,   T-\,   S64   Broadwav East   Vancouver   Dally  Sun,  2nd  Floor,   137   Pender  W .?:   CHANGES.  JANUARY 9TH,  1920. , '    .-  Vancouver  Drug Co..  Ltd.  Druggists from 412 Main  St.  to  151   Mast.   St.   East    ; :   Lake.  Alfred   from  1110 Davie St.  to  R.  103,  402  Abbott St   Kirk, IT.,   from  S21   Cambie St.  to   303  Hast. W   JANUARY  10TH,  1920.  Stirling Ciiiuly Co., Ltd. Confec., Whol., from  1200  Hamilton St. to  10!t()   Hamilton   St.      ■■■■ : -  Campbell. A.  B., Express Trans, etc. from 1214 Richards St. to  llli;    Burrard   St .-.   I'ailey.   K.   A.   Plbrs.  from   1033   Gran,   to  1027  Howe  St   Chan"!iron.. Interpreters from 506 Main to R. 28, IS Hast.  Fortes'.  M.  P.,  Heal   Estate from  44  ...Fair.  ....Sey.  ....Sey.  ....Sey.  ....Sey.  .....Sey.   Sey.   Key.  ..High.  ...Fair.   Sey.  •1069  5218  1191 •  3153  80'!) 2  5-178  3533  52H  55  4070  5817  ...Sey.  ...Sev.  ...Sey.  2032  7972 L  SOOfi L  ..Sey.  9-17 0  wii __, .. . W....  Homer to 449  Horner St.  ......Sey.   Sey.   Sev.   Sey.  123 5  126  s't;n;  53 94  Robertson,Power & Devey  Engineers and Constructors  Jnspectionu ^      Design  Reports Construction  Industrial Plants, Buildings and Equipment  Wharves   and   Piers.       Power   Plants  Industrial  Railways  Concrete, Steel and Timber Structures  S02    Yorkshire   Building  Seymour  9217  PARCEL POST  RATES of POSTAGE on parcels maaled in the  PROVINCE  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA   Addriisaed to—  1 lb 2 lbs  Any porit oiilee within  20 miles', Including  pjac i;   of   mall Ing   Any pusl ollTo(i beyond"  20 miles, bin within  the Prov. of British  Columbia   riul;JL.....  Any "poHt Tjliloe  in  berta  '$  .05  %   .OS  I     .101  Al-  Ariy post ofilce in Sas-   katclie-wnn      Any post utllco "l'n~Xlan-  1 toba  _.~L._1..-_••iV;-—»»tz.  Ari y" [j16 h t  o ffl c e~ i n '0 n -  tarlo, Quebec or Maritime  Provinces      I  Yukon Territory sumlnerT  rates, June until Sep-J  temper,   inclusive...  .10  .12  .1  $  .07  .14  .16  .20  .24  lbs  4 lbs  .28  .34  .12|     .24|    .36  .08  .22  lbs  6 lbs  $  .10  $  .12  .26  _/2J  _.36  .44  .48  .10  .16  .22  .34  .44  .54  '$  .14  .30  .40  .52  .64  .601  lbs  $  .16  .34  .46  .60  .74  8  lbs|9 lbsJIO lbjll lb  $  .18J$  .20  .38  1$  .2}  .42  .521     .58  .6S  .76  .84  .94  .84|  .961  1.08  .281     -34|  .40  Yukon Territory winte'r  rates, October until  May. Inclusive     .121     .241     .361     .48  .60  .46  .84  .5:  .96  .58  1.08  .46  .64  .84  1.04  1.20  .50  .7<  GATfa^TJJiES  AutftoHAd Ssrvfce 9tattnn  Davie Vulcanizing Co.  1204 OHnuivilU St.  8«ymouT 1184  NORTHWEST LIME CO.  We carry a large stock of "Northwest Iiim«" manufactured in Victoria  and which we are prepared to furnish Building Contractors and Plasterers at  lowest  prevailing  prices.'  Rebate Aliened en Barrels Returned.  1683   Georgia  Street  West  MORTGAGES  Funds Invested In  4  Mortgages on Improved  Property  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  ESTABLISHES XN  1886  around Floor  Winchmag.  739 KastlAff* St. W.  Tanobarer  D.MacDONALD  Electrical Engineer  Annatare Winding udVttw X«palra  Seymour 9S56 439 Pender Lane  Frank Jordlson Roofing  Company  .THE  GUARANTEED   ROOFER  All ClaaMS of Booflnff Work.  Xjaaklatr roofa patched and  v frnaraateed.  Seymonr 3370 1347 Mow It.  SHINGLERS  AXiI. WOKX  OUARANTEED  KIRK   BROS.  Klffhand SOia  1510 Charlee St.  STEWART &C0LTART  GENERAL   CONTRACTORS  REP AIR 8    AND    A L.TE R AT 1 ON S  Fair. 2336 1. Fraaeraosi.  3241 St. Oeorr* St.     355 50th Ave. X.  DOMINION  PHOTO CO.  Commercial Photographers  618 GRANVILLE ST.  SEY. 2968  YOUR BUSINESS  STANDING  is   frequently   judged   by   your  stationery.  We do not merely  take your  business, but help to make it.  Phone Sey. 316  "A.   HAZELDINE  PRINTING    CO.  i'-  515 Pender West  MAIN ELECTRIC  OENEKAZ.   mSPAXBS — AKMATTTRE  WXHBZNO — 8WITCHBOABSS  ZNSTAZ.Z.ATIONS  247 Hastings St,E. Sey: 3856  , Specialist, in    Cement   Work  ED.  HUGGINS  ri.AIN    AND    OBNAKENTAZ.  FZ.ASTEBEB  Bay.  2535-B.        3528  Third Ave.   W.  F.W.WHITE      W.   PENTGELUY      R.   ROBERTS  R. A F. MOTOR TRANSFER  HEAVY HAULING FOR CONTRACTORS  FURNITURE.. BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS  Seymour 3934 Fraser 173 L »-  411  Howe St. nooo Fraber St. .  British Columbia Ceiling  &Root|^  H.    FRITH   SMITH,    MANAGER  HHKKT.     JTHTAt.    .ll6«»THAOTOH*)      A?rD     MAXtrrAO-  TtTllim**,     FKt.T . .y*n    nnAVKL    KOOFIiWa,  Fpir. 1267  533 7fix Are. Went  Classified Advertising  J.   D.   McDahiel J.   P.   Scott  Coll.  118-L3 Sey. B480-L.  McDaniel & Scott  EZ.ECTBZCAZ. COKTBACTOBS  Armature  and Motor Wlndlair  General  Electrical Bepalra  Eatimatea  Free  Seymour 1890 522 Smythe St.  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  Factories,      Mouses      sind  GarayeJJ    Hepiilred.      General  Carpeutor   and   Construction    VTork.  JOHN   P.   MOBBIS  Sey. 3418  Jay.  931 Evening's        1758 Bobcon St.  MACHINERY  Agrenta   Tor  3Cyllt«   Grease   and   Perfection.   Oils  Skookuin   Iioerglng'   Block  4-72   In.   by   18   ft.   boilerM   HiO   lbs.  2   Coal   dryerH  suitable   for   linh.  All   sizes  of  cable   In   stock.  T.  A.  WAXSH  &   CO.  860   Cambie   Street Sey.  4738  .92  1.1A  1.3i  .61  1.20  For rf>-Uuilcl saw-mill machinery In  AI condition, seo the 'Vancouver Metal  Co. We carry the large«t and rriofit complete stock iu city. Otir prices'are rlf,'ht  and it will be worth your while to see  us  beforo purchasing elsewhere.  VANCOUVEB METAX. CO.  41S Bailway  St. Higtfi.  278  Walter MurrayS  Ernie Murray  Murray Bros., Ltd.  PLUMBING ami HEATING  CONTRACTORS  137  Powell  .St  SEYM Li UK   86Z4  Vancouver. B. C.  \\r  PITCHFQRP-KADLK  TENGRAVlNOfiGlf  ILLUSTRATING     ENGRAVING  DES-IONING     COLOR WORK  PHONE SEX 7J501.  445 RICHARDS ST.  VANCOUVER. ,B^C_ >  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing: too Large or too Small  If ■■ it's Iron or Wire we, make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  PILING-POLES  U        ANT   LENGTH   rvmNXSHBD  We operate mr own  logging camp  JOE  LEPORE  •■ *  772 Oeorjria  St.  B. Hlrb...l48  E. J. Ryan Contracting  Company, Ltd.  .Specializing   in  GENERAL CONSTRUCTION  OF ALL KINDS  PAINTING - DECORATING  ALTERATIONS  - REPAIR WORK  Telephones,  Seymour 8585-8586  Suite 5, Pairlleld Bldg.. 445 Gran. St.  Hoisting engines, locomotives. Is then,  wire rope, rails, curs, machinery of all  kinds.  NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.  Ki5 Main St. Sey. 609  .7(i  1.32  Inr-ent   Provine-.e.  Usea   MachlJiery   of   All   Kinds   i3ought  and   Sold.  B. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD,  Bank of Ottawa Bldg. Sey. 9040  Seo   Us  For An Kinds of Machinery  ■WEIB   MACHINERY   CO.   LTD,  1396  Richards  St. Sey.  7442-7443  STENOGRAPHERS  Export Typewriting of every description  Mimeographing,    Multlpraphlntf,  Translations Stenographers^ Supplied  CEKTRAIi PUBI.IO STEKTOUBAHrpEBS  Sey.  5078 414 Dominion  Blag.  N  «wmim  GAS   HEATING  In Vancouver  If you aro planning a now  houao «r building, or remodelling your old building or its  heating plant, it will pay you to  investigate gaa  heating.  No furnace to tend; automatic  regulation; unit radiators; special low rate for gas.  A Phone call to -New Business  department  brings  particulars.  Vancouver  Gas  Co.  CarmU and  Haottng-B  Phono Sey.  5000  BEK  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B-C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  Phone Seymour 1878.  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  \-'-.J.-..-... :,:.'"}Makers of;.. .-.-  Switch Boards, Panel Board*, Stee!  '.'..; Cabinet*, etc.  Switches designed  and  built for any  special work.,  Indaatrial   Island      Vanconrtr, B..C.[  E. CHRYSTAL & COMPANY  Carpenters and Contractors  Store and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  108 Georgia ST., E.     Seymour 8551  H.D.Rees  W.A.Kruse  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  J.  C.  Thorn  President  M.   t..  Millar  Mgr.-Director  VETERANS ENGINEERING  AND  CONTRACTING CO., LTD.  Contracts taken for  all classes  qf    construction,    repairs    and  alterations.  PHONE  SETMOUB 8930  448 Seymour St. - - Vancouver, B. C.  J. Hanbury & Co.  LIMITED  EXCAVATING  and  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St.  Bayvicw 1076  23ESE Rsfv*  f '^v,4n« vZ'-Va'-','■■  z£::/'£C$f*  ■■-..-!-i- ^r.;.->4?,„i:t.^ .^ ^;- ';;>£.%£$1  BRITISH COLUMBIA W5CORB  ADKISON & DILL  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SPECIALISTS in REINFORCED CONCRETE  "^  325'Howe St.  \ Sey. 3768--Bay.H28R  NEW WORK - CONTRACTS LET  THE    POUOWIKO   TABLE  TJNDEB WATT, OB OM  SHOWS   BUILDINGS    COSTING    S5.O00     03     OTEE,     ON     "WHICH     COKSTBTTCTION     IS  WHICH COHTEACTS HAVE BEEN I«£T BTTT CONSTatTCTION NOT YET STABTED.  Artistic Wire & Iron Works  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iroa Work and  all fcJLndB ef Wire Work.  112-16   Dufterin   St.  Fair.   26-1S  Character  Bay ties &  General  836 Howe St >r       Seymour 1389  Contractors  j AJd   to   School      I Residence   j Three-story   Bank   .  I Remodelling   j Residence   j Eight-Room   School  j Residence   "    Bungalow      ">   Garutje Bids ...„  Residence    '. -.   School   Bldtr.    ....  Residence      Residence    a........  Brick   Bids.   Kesidenee    ..V....  Residence   Kesidenee   .....Coat   $27.5W»  ... ?10,000  ...$300,000  .. SSO.000   $10,800  DAVIES CONSTRUCTION CO.  General    Contractors  Credit-Fancier Bldg.   Vancouver, B.C.  EDWARD COX  tteoeral Contractor  Cabfai*< Making FUturaa  Sey. 1163 Rear 530 Howe St.  DOMINION CONSTRUCTION  Company/Limited  General Contractor*  509 Richards St.    -    Sey. 8320  ^  W.GREEN LEES  CONTRACTOR  .;••..' ■■■■.:■*  Fil«   Driving,   Wharves,   BridBfet,  Foundation*, etc.  407 Cordova St. W. Seymour 10S3  -J  HARRISON & LAMOND  Industrial Engineers  Seymour 3535 501 Pacific Bldg  HODGSON, KING & MARBLE  Contractors & Engineers  588 London Bldg.      Seymour 6506  Kesidenee    I..   Kesldence '   Two Residences ;   Garage  „..   ShliiKle   Mill ,.'„„.  Kesldence '„:   Bungalow      Road   Work    '.   Garage   H*tve  Residence*! .....  Kesldence   Rewldonoe   Residence      Kesidenee    Residence   Gymnasium    BulldliiK   .  Repairs    ''.   Residence  .......  Remodelling   Residence  Dwelling   Garage Bids :.....   Residence   ....... .,:  Store   Bldg.    ......  Bungalow     ,  Additions ...'. ....  Dwelling  .•   Ga rage   .,„.....   Theatre   Brick   Bldg.   ..L ...:.......  Store   alterations   Residence   War   Memorial   Machine   Shop   Bungalow   Alterations     _   6 Homes ..:...... :..   Alterations  ...._..-.. .......  Repairs    Store   Bids.- -•••■-••  Carbonate   Plant   ............  Garage   Pile' Protection   Works...  Residence   Residence    Alterations   ..„...'.„;-.....   Mill— :.:.   Cold Storage Plant  ..'.  Bungalow   Wire Rope Factory .....   $13,100    $5,000  .....$22,000  .... $8,500   $86,000   $10,500   $10,500  .....$15,000   $7,250  .. $12,000  .......$7,200  ...-....$5,000  .......$6,000  .......$8,400  ...:.$ 10,000  .......$«,000  i..^$20,000  ..... $5,000  , $2«,000  .... $35,900  .....$20,000   $8,«00   $5,000  .......$8,000    $«ooe  ...,„$6.»oa  ....$22,600  . $29,000  .... $8,500  .. $10,900   $5,000  ....$24,000  .... $9,000  ......$5,500  .... $5,000  ... $6,000  .... $5,000  . $20,000  $200,000  ^..$10,000  ......$5,000  ... $5,000  . $15,000   .$5000  '.. $5,000  ....$25,600  ... $5,000  .. $7,000  $20,000  ....$70,000  . $30,000  .$15,000  .. $9,600  $10,000  . '7..000  $14,500  . $5,000  $40,000  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main St. Sey. 4878  VANCOUVER  location         Owner  Magee ...Pt. Grey. School  Board  King Edward. & Selkirk..Mrs. G. Forsyth  Seymour & Hast...Union Bank of Canada  Dominion   Bids.  ■-■ Pom." Bank  S'haughnessy  Heights D.  H.   Christie  Ash & Tupper Sts. Pt. Grey School Board  Shaughnessy   Heights....H.   J.  F.   Turney  Strathcona   Heights    Walter   Teetzel  Sth Av & Kingsway..Standard Motors Ltd  Pine Crescent & 27th Ave. J. W. Browne  King  Edward  Ave.-Pt.  Grey Sch. Boar  26th   Are.,   Pt.   Grey ...E.  Davis  26ih  and  Alexander B. "G. Stark  24*21   Granville  St T.   Edwarda  27th   &  Angus  Ave ....John   McNeely  Laurier Ave. Pt. Grey........ J. I.  Stod.da.rt  49th  and  Angus ........Wm.  Walker  14th   Ave.   W........ '. 1..E.   S'trattor.  Carnayon & Marine Dr ..A. Davidson  Pt. Grey .._ .:Fauld's Financial Agency  1140 Georgia St. W R. J. Snelgrore  Gran. St., Pt.', Grey....Huntlng & Merritt  \lariRe Dr. & Shannon St.....B. D. Rogers  4th   Ave.   near  Blanco ...~J.\ Blair  Main St. & Vict. Dr City of V & S. Van-  Seymour & X>rake....Chapman Motor Co.  Alma Rd. Kitsilano.Vet. Bng. & Con. C«.  Shaughnessy   Heights J;D.  McNeill  35th and Vine.......';. —...Mrs. C. Blsh»p  Hudson & 27th.. Mrs. E. B." Blias  Shaughnessy .........F.   Vanallo  1726 14th Ave. W Capt. W. J. Conway  Powell & Jackson St8.....Jap. Meth. Mlsa.  Point  Grey   .:'... Braemar School Corp.  Shaughneasy   Heights -John   Brown  ShaughnesHy Hghts....Kenneth Stevenson  306  11th Ave. W. '. .F. T. Vernon  660' Howe St.  ..; ....Veteran's  Garage  Kerri«dale* ., W.- J. Burroughs  4039  Main  St. ....A.   vVlnram  1728  2nd Ave.-E  Mrs. F. Chapman  26th and Angus Ave.....vVm. Page Powell  Marine Dr. &'Stewart Rd...W. R. Stewart;  Seymour  &" Smythe...-.......C.   M.   Chlslett  Sey. & Georgia Sts...Allen Theatre, Tor,  1301-8 Granville St........Howard &. Davis  556 Granville St. David Steele I^td.  Harwood St.   ..F. C. Saunders  Stanley Park" Can.  Jap.   Mission  industrial  Island  Schaake Co., Ltd.  '{rd Ave. W. Pt. Grey J. U. Buchanan  Cordova St....... David Spencer Ltd.  Mas^e .....Yorkshire Can. Trust,.Ltd.  2532  Scott St.   .........'......   171 Cordova :St. „.......„..W. E. Drake  Gran. St.  So. of Drake...... Wm.  Braid  11th and Yew. Sts.........Can. Carbonate Co.  Georgia St Richard Marpole  1st Narrows Lt. House....Dept. of Marine  16th Ave. near Pine..... Mrs. T. H. White  57th & Oak-St. Pt. Grey...„...G. B. Astell  1505 Powell St. ..„Martln Sendur Pnt. Co.  6th and Larch, B.C. Fir & Cedar Lbr. Co.  Ft. Nelson St., Mainland Cold Storage Co.  Pt. Grey H C.'Chlene  industrial  lsld....Britannia W. R. Co. Ltd  Archt .._    Contr.  j Twizell  & Twizell Adkinson  & Dill  ! James.A. Benzie... S. J. Newitt  ; Sum'vllle & Butman..Hodgson. K. & Mar.  Sharp. & Thompson....Hodgson, King & M.  Bernard C. Palmer./Wallace & McGougan  Twizell &  Twizell.  ..BaynH &  Horie  Bernard C. Palmer-Wallace & McGougan  Fred. L. Townley Day Labor  Honeyman & Curtis....—.. '—W. J. Prout  Gilllngham  & Kornef S.  J.  Xewitt  Twizell & Twizell....Hodgson. King & M  J. C." McKanzie W. -McXee  J.  C.   McKenzie  : W-   McNee  J.   Elllgott —Owner  Owner  Owner   .:.  .Cromle  &   Vroora   :. Vernon   Constr.   Co.  _ 1.....:.:... '. Vernon   Constr.   Co.'   .....„1!...^... .Vernon   Constr.   Co.   ........S. H. Shave  Owner _  Owneti  J. Brown ......:.. ...1  ...—..< Owner,  Bernard  C.  Palmer Dom.  Const.  Coi  Fred  L:  T»wnley. _....T.  Glovar &  Son   .„„  ...: Harrison & Lamond  B. Davidson _..—.....E. J. Ryan Contr. Co.  Owners .Veteran Eng. & Contr. Co.  Robt. M. Mathe«on..E. J. Ryan Contr. Co.!  Contractor ...:.......... ........M. C.  OHfflth  la.ra.ea A. Benzie..... E. Chrystal & Go   , ..........Vernon Const: Co J  W.  C.  Gillam ..Cook & Hawkins  H. S. Grifnth..Rob«rtson, Power & Deve'y  Maclure dk'Lort.... B.Chrystal  & C«.  Townley & Matheson... S..N". McLeod.  Wm.  Fredk.  Gardiner .......  Owner '.'...:. ....'. J.  B. Arthur  W. N. Dodds ".... C. H. Leitch  Gardiner & Mercer..........Vane. Const. Co.   .„.....„ .u.,....:.;..J.' B.  Arthur   ...„„ ; ...J.  B.  Beveridge  Glllingham & Kornec..............S. J. Newitt  .................j.. .......'...:.......Croniie   &   Vrobm  Joseph   H. .Bowman... ......Snider   Bros.  C. H.  Crane, .......'..;.—lexander   McDonald  Contr.   ......,....;.......... .Bedford   Davidson  Gardiner  &  Mercer....»....Dom.   Constr." Co.  Gardiner & Mercer Vane. Constr. Co-  James   A.   Benzle.;..........TurhbuU  &   Curr  Gardiner & Mercer....Harrison &"Lamond  H.   H. Simmonds.........-Vancr.  Constr.  Co.  Gardiner & Mercer.'...Doniinion Const. Co.  Joseph  H. Bowman.........1 A. L. Ramage  5.  Cerles .::..............„  H. A. Wiles  Dalton  & Kveleish........ —H.  A.  Wiles'  Honeyman & Curtis. ....R. P. Forshaw  Owners  ...^...........;.v   Baynea  &  Horie   w ......Foundation   Company  ...............—.....Robertson,  Power- & Devey  Mackenzie & Bow .....Wise & Watson  ..........:.....;.... ....McLeod & i^cArthur   ....................Hodgson, King & Marble  Owners ;;.......„...:„...... Owners  Owners   Snider  Bros.  i?harp   &   Thompson    Day   Labor  Owners    Dominion Constr.   Co.  BUSINESS  MEN  will find  the  Orpheum Cafe  an ideal meeting place for the Luncheon Hour. The Best of Everything.  Prompt Service, Moderate Charges.  Seating capacity 250.  762 Granville Street  Opposite Orpheum Theatre  Jas. Dwyer.  Proprietor and  Chef  FRANK M. SL0W1N  TAILOR  Business  Men's Suits My  Speeialty  $50 to  $65  Seymour 2692  404-5 Dominion Bldg.  THE  OWNER-ARCHITECT  and  BUILDER  is assured complete heating satisfaction If he insists on Donham Heating.  In Dunham Heating there is no guesswork; every detail is planned with  one   aim—the   installation   of   a   perfect   working,   noi»ele«s  and   economical  systawi.  C.A.DUNHAM COMPANY LTD.  Branch Salts Iffice,      fiicisver, B.C  D. Q. BMSON, Mmitr  .     Pkone Seymour 6057  425 Standard Bank Building  MAKE USE OF  DUNHAM  ■Cheating service  whenever possible  SYSTEMS  ■v>l  J£  ...  r  Robertson & Partners Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Sey. 1274      522 Metropolitan Bldg.  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  COBI?ZCE,   SXYUGIXT,i SMOXE-  SXACKS.     AUTO   WOKX.  ■Vnvthing in Sheet Metal and Kooflng.  S. T. Scarlett, a««r.  Sey.  7045  5 7   Beatty   St.  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SA82X   and   OOOB6—OITXCB  FIA.TUKES ■'  Ee,ndBawtngr  and Turning-, etc  1750  Semi in  Drive Highland   3-74  ^ r  v_  GRANDVTEW  SHEET        I  METAL  V/ORKS,   LEVnTED  PUKIfACES,    COBSnrCJBS.    SKY-  LIGHTS  acd   GEKEBU.  JOBBZIVG-  1665  VenaMftj S».  HithiMd  mi  I  roi^ Ivvei^y' Business  "OU will be interestedinknow-  ing that in our modernly  equipped Loo»e Leaf Department we carry a complete  stock of high grade binders and systems  which   cover every  possible'  requirement of business and professional accounting and record keeping.  Call and inspeetour line before you place  your order. From the smallest pocket  memo to the complete- loose leaf ledger  outfit.you will find the  DeTuxeJUne,  Loose Leai Binders  and Systems  supreme In quality* convenience  and efllclency  The DeLuxe, a Ready-to-Use Systems for  Banks, Department Stores, General Merchants, Public Offices, Manufacturers,^Doctors, Lawyers, Dentists, Real Estate Men,  Hotels, Hospitals, Traveling Salesmen, Insurance Men and many others—are practi~ .  cai and efficent time savers.  In ourMaaaliacturiB* Department we make  •pedal aheet forms and index**, to suit the  special requirements of your business.   -  We make do charge for our special service in designing anofplanning these forms.  You should have onr complete Laose Leaf  Caulog.  It u free tor tbe asking.  Western Specialty  r- (V  LIMITED  572 GranvHIe St  Vancouver, 8.C.  H. A. WILES  GE-KERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations,    etc.  1350-8th Ave. W. Bajvie* 22)  NEW WORK « CONTRACTS LET  r  . /  Vv  GRATES TJLES and MANTLES  MOSAIC    FLOORS   LAID  .:OHEit!G  ATTCNDEO  TO  Phone rra.er 178 X    446 45th Ave. E.  r  TURNBULL & CURR  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Fair, 892 Y High. 1234L  McLeod Sheet Metal Works  Furnaces.    Roofing.     Cornices      Sky  m»U   and   Gonial   Sheet   Metal  j'cyrrio'ir   i  Work  ,77 io-la   I':':tmr'lM  St.  E.B.LACELLE  Painting - Paperhanging • Kalsomimng  Estimates Free  1825   10th   Ave.   K.  UlKhJnnd  27S1  Vancouver,  B.  *^-  RUSH & 53EAD  PLMH AND oaHftMENTAt PUSTEHING  AND CEttNT WORK  Bay.   1602 B.  Bay-  337°2306  StephenB_St. .  1 j GO  Seymour   St.  Cbaractar —   Railroad       Bank    Irrigation      f'avinK  Pacific  Highway.  Church '.   Dr*dKi»S    ~   liit'hwiiy    Hridi^e   . —   I Paving  N-x   ?.   P.-vwi......  | liusidence    -.-   j liouivd House, Tower, ^tc  j Hul>-Htation    -   j rfi.>h'.»ol   Anne-;    •   j School      ! Hailroad      --  i Store.   BiiiUlUiK      | HridKC   | iuir.bvr   Factory      i;ordiiK«; Plant    Sen"Ol   Wurf-h"!1**'        I'l.-itit    Kstonsi«Ji»i"       ! t cikland    .School       1 Kxt.-i.dinK   H-'-ths   .-to   j Hrldk-f'    KocoiiHtnictlon    -  ' HlKliwsiy   nridw*      ! BunKalow   j l'.ouiid   Ilou.-e.   llc'u  Sho  I'uhlic t}.-ira«o   -■  Stor'-s    —   Bank"  &   Al'ts.          Kertili/.lni; Plant    Hotol     -  ir>'CoUa','c« ....    ■••(.-rry   Laf.diriKs      l>s;  etc.  „„.. CJoet  .1,000,000  ,...U',600  :...S 60,000  ....$SS,000  : $50,000  ..$142,500  ;...$30,000  ...$^0,000  . S50.O00  ...$40,000  ...$20,000  ...St 0,73 »  ...•$ 80,000  ...316.000 |  $:!SO.O«.)0 j  ...sts.ooo;  . S7G.0O0J  , $! 2.000 j  $1«.000!  ...%-'<. 000";  ...J10.:*7 5 '  .. S'lO.OOO j  .. $21,000 i  $l>.i.40«*|  ... JHUODJ  ,.$:;o.<»CK;t'  . $11,000 '  jis.ooo  ...$16,700  ...$'0,000  $12,000  ...$40,000  ..$12,000  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.  Location  .— OwTi»e  I'riuceton  to  Copper  Mt.. . . f>.  C.  Copper  Co,  Trail Bank of Montreal  Okanagan   Valley Prov.   Government  Westminster-Blaine....Prov.    Government  Vietoria....l.st Church of Christ. Scientist  Frascr   River   ..Dom.  Government  South  Thompson Kiver Prov. Govmnt.  Lulu   Island    Prov.   Govmnt.  ouk Bay.  Victoria  K.  W. Gibson  .-Sirdar  C. P. K.  Copper Mountain....\V. Koot'y Lt. & P. Co.  Victoria.  Sir James Douglas School  Albern:    Prov.   Govmt.  Albernl to  Great Central  Lake C.P.R.  Naaalmo A.   C.   Van   Houten  Deep  Creek.  P.G.E Prov.   Govmt.  Port Coiiuitlam....Gregory Tire c& Rub. Co  Sapperton    Can.   Wedt'n  Cordage   Co.  Kimberltty    Prov.   Govmt.  Xanaimo Malkin-Pearson    Co.  Mill Creek ....Whalen Pulp & Papx-r Milla  Victoria    Victoria   School   Board  North   Vancouver Wallace   Shipyards  Arch.    Contr.  Public   TVks.   Eni,-...  Public  Wks.  Dept..  Maclure   &   Lort.....  Owners   O-cvners   .1.  C.  M.  Keith   Westminster   ...  Hnderby       Hurnaby     Victoria      Victoria. B. C.  Victoria. H. C.  Victoria.  B, C...  Barne-t. B. C.   Powell  River   Povr*ll River ....   Prov.  Govmt.   Prov.    Govmt.   Mrs.  A.  3.  MoRhc   Can.   Nat'l   Klwys.   ...H.   A.   Davie   J.   Pos<;-owlth   Royai  Bank  .l'acirio triiano Co..  Ltd.   Powell River Hotel   l'owell River Co.  Atrassiz-Rosedale    Prov.  Govrnit.   W.   P.   Tiemej   ....; ....Miedby & Vestaunef   A. E.  Griffin & Co   H.   P.   Peterson   Constr.   Co.  Dunham Peter M-cI-Cechnie   Pacific  Dredsrin^r  Co.   Wm.   Greenless  .Harrison &  T.omon-.l   i ::■:. P.  Co-.n..:.   Robt.   Moncrieff   Davies Constr. Co.   It.   D.McDonald   ...Thomas Ash.e    Parfitt Bros.   Kos.indft.tion    Co.  A.   B.  Henderson Baynss &  Horie  Prov.   Govmt..... Canadian  Bridge   Co.  Gardiner    &    Mercer Owners  Sharp & Thompson..H. J. Ryan Contr. Co  Det>t.   of   Wks Puvie*   Constr.   Co.  Honeyman   &   Curtis Snid»r   Bros.  Owners    Hodgson,   Kioir  &   Marble   Halkar    &    Hunter   Hodgson. King: A  M&rbls   Nickaon  Constr. Co, & C«x  &  Vers«  Pub.   Wks.   De.pt Root,   lioncrieff  Townley  i-   Muthe^on J.   C.   Allan  Owners   Robe-rt-son  &.  Partners      Pardtt  Bros.   J.   G.   MeCrimmoq   -.-  D. Burnett   Harrison  & Lamond   GrH>- Ohwroliill & *>n  >wners  Owners  Prov.   Govermt Wm.   Green'ees  I ;m- =«in:=Hiiir^ffl6siiiii(=!i'ia^:iniifti'iii,=1iin!^i!WisBH{i^iiii'^ttiir= miMmt^mi^im^ <m ^  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co  AGENTS POR  McCLARfS RANGES  V  and the  ■i'  NUWAY  Kerosene Gas  Generator and Burner  t.-J  For use in  Regular Cook Stoves and Ranges  I Seymour  Public Works  actors  Office 813-815 Bower B!o?g.  V  C. Bain,  Manager  767 R08S0N ST.  SEYMOUR 801  f  T  -J-  f  V  V  •^  i,iil1i HiBSi  Vancouver, B. C.  i j        ........       , .,. ^'  4 P  ■,?  BRITISH  COLOM^]A__RfiCO.RD  I'.  BiiR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1050 Homer St.  Vancouver B. C.  any Robinson & Bird  Limited  Designers and  Manufacturers of  HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS  "RADIANT LIGHTS "  For Commercial Lighting  546  Howe Street  Phone Sey-  3312  PROPOSED NEW WORK  Character   Pier   '. ;:..  School BUIk '..:..'   Hotel   Jewish Synagogue .......  Prick  Building   ...  Theatre   Apartment   House   Theatre    Three-Storey  Concrete  ...Estimated Cost  Z^Z^"J-~iifCooo   ?500,000   :...... ....?-10,000   :...:... 'S-10,000       $500,000   ..— §700,000.    $300,000   ?50,000  VANCOUVER  Fraser  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  r. A. Jone«, Btsrr.  WHART   BUILDIITG,   BRIDGES,  FII.E   rOTJNDATIONS,   ETC.  Owners   of   Tug-   "Cllve"  General  Towing-  32-i Front St. New -Westminster  Telephone   1015  Branch   Offlco  S37  Hast.  St.'W. Sey.  4464  location  j...........  Vancouver .'.  Reefer St. East   ■English' Bay .....  City   Seymour Street   Robson &  Seymour.   Bute, and   Barclay ;  liobson-.nr. C'rt Hse C.  1S9-141  Pender St.  XV..   Owner  ...C.   P.  R.  .....Local Syndicate  ....Clarke & Stuart  .Regal Films Ltd-   ........Stock   Co.-  E. Royal &■ Assoc'ts   J. Storey  Architect  '.:'.- Plans Beady  Owners - Soon  Gardiner & Mercer Tenders Closed  Twizell,   Birds   &   Twizell Soon  Thomas   W.   Lamb Soon  Twizell,  Birds & Twizell   Gillinsham   &   Korner ..About   April   1  \V.   T.  Whiteway ......Now  Campbell & Grill  Established  1905  RoofingContractors  SKYLIGHTS—GENERAL   JOBBING  1238 Seymonr St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour 3981  Character  Estimated Cost  Candy   Factory    .'   Residence       Drydock      .Municipal    Hall    $25,000  VICTORIA  Location _ 1..Owner  Russell  St. ..Ormonds Ltd.  Oak   Ray A.  Dcnison  Esquimau Dom.   Govmt  Esquimnlt  ...  Architect ;. Plans BeaUy  M.   S.   Griffith Tenders   Closed  Maclure & Lort ............. ....Tenders Closed  Dom. Govmt ,   Soon  ..; To   Submit   By-Law  "NEVERLEAK" ASPHALT ROOF PRODUCTS  /e,    ■■   (Guaranteed)  (Shed  Water  Like  a  Duck) '  "NEVER   LEAK" Ready  Roofing, "NEVER'LEAK" Roof Paint  "NEVER: LEAK*' Roof Gum.  For Building New or  Repairing  Old Roofs  PACIFIC ROOFING CO., Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS   AND   GENERAL   ROOFING   CONTRACTORS  Seymour   1186 Industrial Island Vancouver^B.C. j  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  Character  Estimated Cost  Memorial  flail    School   Bid;,- 5G.0OO  School  Add $50,000  Memorial  Hall    University   Bldgs   I lofr iterator    525,000  EK'ht-Room   School    SS0.000  High   School    '. $150,000  BRITISH  COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Location  , ..Owner  South   Vancouver  Creston.  B.   C..„   Pent'ictonV. ...  Point  Grey   .:..  Point Grey   Relowna   :...  Lynn   Valley      Prince   Rupert     .Dist.  School  Board   School  Board  .University of, B. C.   C.P.R.  Architect  ,, ...Plans Ready  ""l!l]!!"l]llliy.r.y.l!!!l!]!!lll!y.!"!ll!wui'"Bund"-so"ori  Sharp & ■ Thompson  Sharp & Thompson  Owners  -School  Board I H.   Blackadder  .School   Board   .......Vote  By-law  MALTI-IQIP ROOFING  The Best that's made  Sales Agents  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver, B.C.  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPEfl HAN9-    K  ING' and KALSOMINING  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  E. A. B AS LEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitiing  PT.   GREY   BUNGALOW  Architects Sharp & Thompson, 904  Loudon Building have prepared plan*  for a 6 roomed stucco bungalow to be  erected for Mr. H. C. Chiene in Point  Grey, near the end' of the 4th Avenue car line. The home will cost about  ?o,000 and will be built by day labor.  l-LAN   ALTERATIONS   TO  BANK   OF   HAMILTON  Architec' A. E. Henderson, Davis  Chambers Building ,is receiving tenders from selected contractors ror extensive structural alterations to the  Bank of Hamilton Building on the  corner of Hastings and Hamilton  streets. The improvements will enlarge the present quarters considerably and enable it to greatly increase  its banking facilities.  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phon* Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  S. J. Triclcey  E. E. Elliott  Central Sheet  MetalWorks  PUUM32NG  HEATING     '  VENTsLATSNG  ASKING  TENDERS  FOR  REPAIRS TO COAL WHARF  Tenders are being invited to February  9tii,  1920,  by the  Department of  Public  Works,  Canada  for repairs  to  the coal  wharf at the Quarantine Sta-I  ti-n,'William  Head, B.  C. j  Plans and forms of contract can be j  spon and specifications and forms of j  tender   ohtained   at   this   Department,/  i  at the office of the District Engineer;  at Victoria, B. C. and at the Po.it t  Office, Vancouver, B. C.  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS - CARPENTERS  — ROOFERS -  General Building  Repairs  Sey. 3315 511  Dunsmuir St.  INVITING   TENDERS   FOR .,  PENDER   STREET   BLOCK  Tenders are being invited by Architect W. T. Whiteway, 1406 Dominion  Bldg. for a three-storey and basement  reinforced concrete building, 50x120  feet, to be erected at 139-141 Pender  street west for Mr. J. Storey of Storey  &  Campbell.  ROOFING  and  PAVING  MATERIALS  The BARRETT Co., Ltd.  Send   for   color v card    off   BARRETT'S  VELVEX   CREOSOTE   SHINGLE   STAINS  ^v  COAL  PRODUCTS  Cor. 10th Ave. & Arbutus St.  Telephones Bay. 63 and 64  CHAS. L^NDEGREN  Plumbing-  and   Repair   Work  *   '      -  All kinds of Sewer Work  A Specialty  16th  Ave. W.  Fairmont  SS-i L,  E. D. COOK   &  CO.  GEKEKAt   COZTTRACTORS  Specialize   in   Reinforced   Concrete  Modern    Apartments.  Remodelling 'Buildins-s.   Givinsx  '•'Iricreasfd ■'Ba'rnlnfr  Powers  625  Eirlis Eldsr. Saynadur 3922  5S0 Cambie St.  Sey. 620  £3  Fair view  Sand):  TO   ELECTRIFY  EBURNE  HIGHWAY   BRIDGE  Tenders are being invited r>y the  Kon. the Minister of Public; Worlcs up  "o noon of .Tannarv 2 5th for the ~aw-  j ply and installation of eloctnonl anil  j mechanical equipment in eonnoctibr  j "irh the operating gear for the Eluirne  ! Highway bridge. •  J Tenders may be submitted separ-  | ately for the electrical - and m-2cha;i-  | ical equipment or for complete .in-  J itallation.. '  j     Plans,   specifications   and   f-;rm   of 1  |:*endpr   .'-:ui   be  s^cn   f.\   the..o'"oe   of  CHTREEMAN  Painting -Decorating-Papernanging  TWENTY YEARS  WITH   ONE  OF  THE LEADING DECORATING  FiRMS  IN LONDON, Eng.  32S3  Main  St Phone Kair.  1622  Evenings Fair. <Mu9-Fl  PREPARING   PLANS   FOR  POIiNT.GREY   HOME  Architects    Maclure    &    Lort,   '405  Credit Foncier.'Building- are preparing  plans   and   will   be   inviting   tenders  about February 1st'for an eight-room  Colonial' residence   to   be   erected   in  j Point  Grey  for  a  prominent Vancou-  ! ver business man.   The new home will  j have-every convenience including hot  ; water    heating,,   concrete    basement,  hardwood floors, fireplace, etc.  Architects Sharp & Thompson, 904  London building have been "commis-  sioned'.by Messrs; Ceperley &' Rounse- j  fell to design and prepare the plans!  for a building to be erected on Hast-!  ings street, west of Granville, which j  will--be planned with the special- ob-i  ject of housing the firms whole insur-i  ance office staff.  The structure will be designed somewhat, after the style of a bank build-  I  BRICK BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Kilns, Furnaces and Boilers  A   Specialty  Estimates given - Distance no obstacle  ADAM JACK  Highland   728  2020 Dunda. St.  P I L I N G and p O L E S  FIR, CEDAR or  HEMLOCK  any length — any diameter  T.EDERAL LUMBER CO., LTD.  1Q21-1Q24 Rogers Building Seymour 3998.3999  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  .'.' Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  'Phone   Seymour   170  570  BlchardB   St.  SAMUEL B. REDBURN  KAI.SO»IINING   AND   TINTtNO  £ a SPSCIALTTT '  ESTIMATES  GIVEN" 7  Phone  rairniont   434 R  314 7th Ave. E. Vancouver, B. C.  CSra¥el Co.,  ted  '•<> ' - * --1. t ' r; t yn Tine or and V:e. Inspoc-  -''.r of Electrical Encr?y, Court i-Iou.-'e  Vancouver, B. C.  Percy-F-' Letts  EI.ECTBICAI.    E-S'-ilKEEH  and   CONTRA JT'JH  Hig-h-Cla-ss   Electrical    Work  and   riEtures  ,.!y.   A\i ;!0»4   Granvill"  St.  ing  and   will   be  one  story  in  height  with   a  basement.     The   roof  will   be;  placed   rather   high   for   a   one   story {  building so as to allow for a mezzan-l  ine  floor at either end.    The building j  will   have   a   frontage   of   28   feet   on;  Hastings street, with  a depth  of 120-  feet.     The   tront   elevation   will   be  finished in terra cotta while the whole j  structure   will   be   of  reinforced   con-:  I crete  construction.    The  interior will  j be finishefl in marble and tsn/>zo with  special     provision     made   for     ample  I lighting. ■   Ai large   vault  will   be   provided  for the  safe  keping of all  ree-i  ords.    In  all  probability  the  building!  will be erected by day labor. j  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  ROCK-SAND- GRAVEL  All Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902   Columbia  Street West  New Westminster, B.C  9.  fil  i  PR3?/iPT CELSVERY  1527 Main St Fair. 552  .   J. C Reston  ELECTIilCAI.    E2TGrKEE»  A2TD  COHTBACTOS  314 Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg-.  602   HastinR-   West  Sey.  2889-7579  Office, Sey  . 7075  Kes., Fair.  2131L  J. H.  Healey  »  OPTOMETaiST  Glasses  fitted  for the  relief  of  "\\\  kinds    of  eye  strain    and    n  ej-vous  headache.  825 Blrka  Bldg-..  Vancouver  B.  C.  pANTAGES THgATi%£  Unr.qualled Vaudeville Means  Pan tag ea Vaudeville  Seymour 3406  HECE!V!MG   TENDERS   FOR  OVERHAUL TO DREDGE No. 301  Tenders are being received by F.  II. Shepherd, Superintendent ot  Dredges, DepartTnent of Public V,V-rks,  Canr:da, until i p.iTi. on Monday. Janu  "ry 2"th, 19"0. for rnpairs :'.nr\ gorior  al overhaul of th.e Departmental  Dredge   Xo.  '501   ("Ajax").  Each tender "must be sent in a se-il-  ed envelope endorsed "Tender for Repairs  to  Dredge  No. 301   ("Aj-ix").  Speciflcations can be seen at thel  office of A. F. Mitchell, Esq., Acting i  District Engineer, Victoria, B. C, and  at the office of C. C. Worsfold. Esq.,  District Engineer, New Westminster,  B. C, and at the office of the F. 1-1.  Shepherd, 710-713 Birks Building,  Vancouver, B. C.  STRAIGHT  LOANS   OS   MONTHLY LOA^S   OH   ne.i.   i'lione:  I- air.   1 t U 8 -1 i  Offir-e Phone: Hey. 7 9a5  Electric Contracting &  Repairing Co.  TITOS.   Ii.   MITCHKI.r^  Electric Wirfntr, Eizturos and SepaJrs  of All KiJidis _  -^r  ^....„^^,i   «*•     .    Vr-nco'ivcr,  3, C.  —FOB  SALE— I  -1/     rrn-«.,,..r,,..r.,.   •; 1-o    '-;,   r\    ^,r.   r-nn.;  fdi.i'ti   '\\*estinK-!-ioi!.'-,c   .Motor   and   Starter.  .    .      C:. ,,,lf,      !'v-■...-,      M,r-    t      /O-'IVHti ! 0 !  "-o^ r-'at-i. r-'ti-i" L'fn fret "v r1p'-1<j  Wire Hope. Drop Hammer and Wooden :  "'o\<-e-r. "-0 ft. hiirh. Pence SO ft. hv -* 20 j  ft. by 50 ft.. 10 ft. hi«h. . 1-in. by' 0-in. |  Thence Slats, three 2 by 4-in. Kails.  Posts    G-in.   bv   B-in.  ■BA-LTOJjn OTJTHBIE  &  CO.  103 Winch Bldg-.       -    -   Phone Sey. 9197  JENKINS  ELECTRICAL  Company, Limited  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS  KJ.i:rTliic-il.      lS«T.ir.UT'iiN-«      or      KTi:ll1f  i>MHfirii-rii»N.      >;i.i;i.-nm:si.   m-I'im.ibh  Soy.   £51.2  539 Main Street  DWELLINGS  B.C.  LOAN CO.  330 Pender St. W.  PEOHE »3EYMOtTB 7BO-791  iG=  ci0***Muwm«»——ilini^myr^H ■ i^iiib r  GRANVILLE WOOD WORKS  H.   HUTCHINSON.   PnorRiETOrt  CABINET   MAKERS  AND  CARPENTERS  BAND   SAWING  AND  WOOD  TURNING  GENERAL JOBBING  735 Helmcken St.   ^ —-—  Sey. 9478  S  Blue Prints Whilst Yen Wait  DBAFTINO AI.I. T.IWES  T';mf.r.   I nst.r'iirifnts  and   Sii[)pIIc«i  JIO'T   7VrOT1T,'r'.-7   S° »WE^"T    ATTTJ  OIBEST E ^Tr^BTi-o.y.ED 1ST 3. C.  B.C. DRAFTING & BLUE PRINT CO.  41.1  Granvlllfi St.  Seymour 27RJ)  PHILABELPfflA  DIAMOND GRID  BATTERY  '■the Battery for your car"  Expert battery and iRnition repairs  The Jams Electric Co  570 Richards Street  palra  , Ltd.  VCTEBAN  R.N.DiCER&Co.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  ARMATURE AND  MOTOR  WINDING  REPAIR   DEPARTMENT  OPEN  DAY AND  NIGHT  Phone Soy. 824 (Day and Kig-ht)  1256 Pender St. Vf, s'ey-  5493-L  Wihu  Vancouver Forge Co.  Limited  FORGIINGS  OP  ALL DESCRIPTIONS  •"•     V'^toHa   Drive Highland   701  *^+*++***W-*'M'***-****+++*'l'+  f ARCHITECTS |  Monabers of The Architectural Institute  of  British  Columbia.  VAHCOUVEB  lU-nzle,   Jnn.    1..  510   n»»tliu:a   W _  ntrcl.   A.   .T..   City   IJUIk   Insptor   Itrynn   ,t   Clllum.   ,r>n9   Kivliaril.-i   linlton   &   Bvelelieli-   KI5   Ilarttlnzs   VV....   Sey. 3300   Si-jr.  i-J.TU   H«y.   1(101   H«.v.     (i<12  fiar<IIiicr.   V.  II.,  A  Mnrc«r,  71S  Oranrlllc S«j. 367'J  r-,ur<llti.-r,    WlllUni    Fr«lk..   73«   (Iran M«j. Bfl"!6  (•rlllltli.   If.  S..   *!07   IfanllliK.H  W Sey. 3116  Ilei](ler«on, A.   B.,  015 ifaflUniiB  VV  Hiiy. 721  fronfivinnri,   ,V   TnrtN.   Kr.H   Tla»llnil»   W nuy. IU'21  .IniK'S,     Wm.    f-'.,    U'-'^l    Ill'-liniils    Si Sey. M-Jl!  MHtlii.-xuii.   Jtnlit.   M..   3-25   l-fomiT   Ht S'-y. «(H3  I',-ilmi-r,    l-.crmird   ('..    S50   Hint.    W S«-.v. 7175  P»rr,   .1.   I-:..   198   Hu-iUnx*   VV Sny. 7S1I  Sharp &  TIiiihuphoii,  B2G  I'l-ncler  VV s,.y. HiBI  Sliroiit.   BilwnrflcH.   119   fender   VV : S-ry. 23»5  Townley.   Knd   h..   32.5   Homer   St Hey. «h|:i  Twizell    JSIrtts  &  Tn-l/.ell,   837   Ha.it.   \V Hey. 7923  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS' TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT  & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery 2nd Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155 1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C«  VICTORIA  Harry.    Dermot   II "-H    Ht.  Hcmirl.   A.  H..   1086  St.  Louis 8t   Keith.   .1.   C.   M..   Hayward   ISlda    •foelnre.   Sara.   Onion   Bank  RldK   flldiiway- Wilson,   Lleut.-Col   Anne   street   1171 n i   .MOT  .2H48  ..TVlruont   flonae  OBESTON  Mooro,    Charlea,  ..Crealon,    II.    C.  Swan.   II.   I...  PEKO-icToar  Ilui   292 PuiiUetort,  U.   C.  GALVANIZING  BAR IRON - SHIP IRONWORK - BOLTS - NUTS  IRON and STEEL CASTINGS - FIRE ESCAPES  PIPE and FITTINGS - POLE LINE HARDWARE  >    WE  OAI.VANIZE  EVEBYTHIHO BY  HOT PROCESS  T  lAIATT ,R0N and GALVANI2,N<5  Fairmont 971  Office and Works, 225 • 5th W.  Vancouver, B. C.  \,  Fm  ft*  It!, J


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