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 •-■re"  ■;-r:**a  pW».i*',  ;.fe;  -'■19?'  '';-?';'?  ;••'('"•£  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol.   16,   No.   19,   Friday,  Jan. 24,  1919  Building Material  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. , 548-550  Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT    If     b.    has     a    bank  ACCOUNT.      No    account    Is    too  small   to  receive  a courteous -wol-  coruw at this bank.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   Easting's   St.   W.  3.   T.  HacDONiLH,   Manag-er  DOMINION  Pressed BR JCK Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank  Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  :UII.DING   PERMITS   AMOUNTING*-   TO   S500   OB   OVEB ISSUED   AT   THE  VAKCOUVEB  CITY HALL  TESTBBDAT  X>c*crlptlon  Mnmbp  9S13—Alter,  to   interior ?1.100  ()gl4—i-str. frame addition $000  S818—Coal Bunkers :$3000  ■l  Cost   3treot  Address  Lot   and   Block  8S   Pender  St.   K   2049 :,rt\  K -' -  Reefer St   Subdivision  Architect  it. Lyons  Contractor  Addraaa; Owner  Address  Wong  Yuen  .Mr. Forshaw  Wang Lan Yip   W. Burnett 2049 3rd E.  Vancouver Gas Co   Roofing:, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  — - CI ay t>urnFirebrick,   Special  FT. QF 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  Lumber   Veneer  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coa»t  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Mapie  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIRrlSTED  1320 Richard* St. Vancouver, B. C.  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRY  NEWS  PRANK DARLING & CO.  f       BUILDING PERMITS       f  ^;'"i*t^%»*5>*-4**^»^«v|>**»t2>»***i^-i*'*y»*4»'  f*i*'-ir*i*iOi •;'•**>*{• *gJ**j'  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY * CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  .   SclcAgenUIn Canada ror  ChlcsasjOi Pneumatic Tool CZo.      J  B»ytr   Riveting  A Chipping   Hammer*;    Little   Gis   *:   Drills;  Electric; .Tools;   Rock Drifts;   Air. .Compressor*;_  Fuel Oil  and  Gas  Engines.  Duntley  MsatrMl, TirMti  542 ?»aisr St. W.. Vinciim B. C,  PfeoBt'Sey. 1065  SSI I—S. S. Osterhout, repairs, 1SG6  13th W., $300; A. E. Carter, contr.  9S12—Chinese Church, general repairs, f.OO Blk„ Beatty St., ?200; A. E.  Carter, contr.  !)Slf>—A. W. Trenchard. small extension, 315S Georgia St., S75.  9S1G—C.'J. Keller, garage, 1075 Sth  \V„ $100.  9S17—H. Sidney, workshop, 2013 1st  W., ?50.  pared by the C. P. R. some years ago.  It will parallel the two existing piers,  but will probably extend out into deep  wale*.' to allow for the increased  draught of the present modern ocean  liners and other big craft likely to  visit this port.  The regular January meeting of  The Architectural Institute of  Britrsh Columbia will be held at  1019 Metropolitan building, Tuesday,  January 28th, at 1:00 p. m. „  66  THOR  99  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  1 144- HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4-1 OO  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  CITY'S  SHARE WOULD  BE  • ENOUGH   TO   BUILD  200        ^  PARK BOARD GETS $5,000 HOMES FOR SOLDIERS  To enable the park board to finance!     Ma-vor Gale has been officia,1y n°ti-  some,necessary work which it has in I fied by Hon. T. D. Patulio, provincial (  hand, as well as to meet salaries and I m,"nister: of lands, that the city's share I  keep   going   until   the    annual    civicJof the -fSS.OOO.OOO appropriated by the./  (estimates   are   drafted,   the   civic   fin-   Domin,°n S°vernment some time ago!  ance committee last Wednesday pass-   ,n    connectIon    witn    its    nation-wide',  led  an interim  grant of $5,000  to the j "ousing scheme, will be $297,000. This'  | park    board.      Meanwhile    the    park  sum  as   the  cJty's   all°cation   in   this!  board is going ahead with the drafting  enterprise  is   based  on  the   very  lcnv '  of its estimates,  which  will  probabIv4P°PUl-atl°"   estimate   of   "*000-  be about $00,000 this year. y sum   named   would    Provide  -   building of about. 200 homes  of mod  T-?  for  The! |  the  BEAMS, CBAMITEImS, A5BIES, PLATES, TEES,  COlMXTaOtm  COMPLETELY EQUIPPED  rABBICATUTO  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEl COT, ltd.  London, Bug-.  Moatr*al  Winnipeg-  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  "I  C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD,  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION -- TESTS « CONSULTATJON  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  ALDERMEN   ADVANCE  $25,000  APPROPRIATION   FOR  WORK     ON     STREETS  Acting  on   the   recommendation   of  City    Engineer    Fellowes,   tlie    civ:c  board of works has placed an advance  appropriation of $2f>,000  to the  credit  of the board for urgent street and lane  improvements pending the compilation  and passing of the civic estimates for  | the year.    Mr. Fellowes pointed out to  ;the new board that applications were  'continually coming in for planking and  ! rocking of streets and as some of these  were very necessary and urgent, they  could  not  vt:ry  well   wait  until   funds  wore  provided  by  the  passing  of the  estimates.  508 HtiBting-B W., Vancouver, B. C.  C«ment TestiUfr LaUorntory, Boom 1601; Physical TowtinR- Laboratory, Boom Bl  Resident Inspector* at Large Manufacturing Center*  Gilley Bros., L  a  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  All Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  THE JAMES BROOKES W  •VSHiwork Contracts  Union   Depot 1S1G  Can.   Northern   Rly.   Dopot 1917  Calffary  Armory   1918  Bosoland   Hisrh   School 1918  Tranquillo   Sanltorinni   ...i 1918  Phone Westminster 473  JOINT  SEWERAGE   BOARD  .   MAY TAKE OVER  SEWERAGE  SYSTEM   OF   PENINSULA  Calk'd   at   tho  suggestion   of  Mayor  I; Clale. a  meeting  was  nu i-ntiy  hold of  »:the municipal engineers of Vancouver,  5  New     Westminster,     Itiirnaby.    South  Vancouver,  and   Point   Grey,  who  dis-  jcussed with Chairman Slabies and Kn-  ■Sineer   Crear   of   tlie   Vancouver   and  [District   Joint    Sewerage    Hoard    the  j question of the board taking over the,  ! entire   sewerage   system   of   the   Bur-'  j rard Peninsula.  City    Engineer    Fellowes    reported  |verbally in   regard   to  the  conclusions  | arrived tit in this mooting to tlie civic  board of works last Tuesday.    He was  instructed   to   prepare   a   detailed   report, on the meeting and the plans and  i suggestions involved  for consideration  j at   the   next    regular   meeting   of   the  board.  erate but comfortable dimensions, if j  thej* were built on somewhat uniform j  plans.  Beyond  stating  that   the   provincial !  government  intended   to   go   into  the  municipal housing scheme for returned  soldiers on a moderate scale in South  Vancouver,  where a number   of   lots  have already been secured  with  that  object    in    view,    Hon.   .Mr.   Patullo's  letter did not give many details of how  the funds were to be distributed ana  whether  the   city   or   the   provincial  government    assumed    the    responsi-;  bility. .Mayor Gale has written to Hon. j  M.  Patulio for further details  in  con-j  nectiou with the housing scheme. '  Fairmont 3396 and 2397  Vancouver,  NEW  TUDHOPE   PLANT  TO  UTILIZE   SCRAP   METAL  Work has been started on the erec- j  tion of tlie plant of the Tudhope Flee- i  I trie .Metal Company. Ltd., a new con-1  : corn which has been brought into be- I  j ing. largely through the prevailing!  jhigli prices of metal of all kinds. The j  : plant, which is now being erected on j  (the C. P. K. reserve on the north shore •  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 Dolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME —  HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE   BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Prlvato Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone S037  Our stciim heated plant, enables us  to rmuiu fa ci lire Veneer Work al any  ucusuri  of  Uiu  year.  We in-e now nianu factiirlni: Interior  tlttliiCM l'or the new II. l\ Telephone  l.liilldlntr'ti head ollloe in Quarter Cut  Oak.  1259—6th  St.,  East Burnaby  NEW  C.  P.  R.  PIER   MAY  COST    $1,500,0:0.00  Owing to tho demand for increased  wharfage accoinniod.'itions here, the  Canadian Pacific 1'uilway Company  intends very shortly to commence  work on an additional ocean steamship  pier, to lie constructed between the  present piers A and I>.  The new pier, which it is estimated  will cost $l.fi0l).()00, will be built to a  general plan of port development pre-  of False Creek, near the roundhouse,  is simply a large open shed housing  an electric furnace and equipment for  mixing anil handling the scrap metals  which will be melted and turned out  in ''pig" form.  The plans filed with City Building  Inspector .McKenzie provide for a  heavily framed open shed, 42 by *m  leet in size, covered with patent roofing, which will house the electric  furnace and mixing equipment. There  is also another shod, 20 by 1-0 feet.  containing a number of bins for the  storing of lime, coke, silica, coal and  charcoal. Oflice buildings will also be  provided in connection with flip plant,  which will cost for the structures  alone about $."'..000.  The new electric furnace will have  a large supply of material to work  on fin* some time, as arrangements  have been made to secure all tlie old  scrap metal, borings ami broken castings from the C. P. It., which will be  melted up in this modern manner and  (Cuutlmiaii on  pujfu  «.)  We have just received a large shipment  of  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Phone  Seymour 9163  fitractin  1561   Granvi  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 circuIa.lion, featuring Building. Contracting, l.'"iigiiK'tring, Industrial, Shipbuilding, .Mining, Automobile, Pro.  yincaal,  City   and   Harbor  improvements.  C. H. NELSON-.-MAiNAGING EDITOR  Oflice  and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription  Kates  One  month SI.00  Six   months    '....: :..$5.00  All subscriptions are  payable strictly in advance  WALLPAPERS  Pain is and Varnishes  N. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  -OITICIAI.  ORGAN.  The British Columbia. Record Is. the  official or-jaii of The, Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Koyal Architectural Institute ol!  Canada, and The JOngi'ieui-iii-i" & Tecli-  nicul Institute of Hritisli Columbia, and  as such is u.sed by them as thti medium,  through which to make their oflioial an-'  liouneements   to   tlie   general   tniblie.  By sueli .selection the British Columbia Itocord is no wise ple<lged to edi-|  t.orifil support of any policy adva.need  by these societies, but maintains an«- ;  lutely independent position on a.11 nul- j  ters subject to editorial opinion.  toward reducing fire waste than in the  ten preceding years.  • Terming  newspaper reporters  "machine guns" and editors "heavy artillery,"  in   the   light   against   fire,   he  continued.'    "The finest asset for a fire  marshal   is   a  friendly   press.     Newspapers are most eager to give facts if  related to real conditions. , Just as in  the   recent   conflict   the  rapid   fire  of  the   machine   guns   accounted   for   a  great percentage ol.' the casualties, so  daily     attacks     in     the     newspapers  against careless fires strike the hulls-  eye of public attention."  if any be possible—to retain for Greenwood   an   industry  which   has   meant  la considerable  payroll  to the locality  (.'or a long period.  NEW SCHOOL WANTED  CLOVERDALE.—At the first meeting of the new Surrey school board,  hold Tuesday, a petition from Mud  Bay residents, asking that a new and  up-to-date ' school be erected in that  district, was read and a committee  appointed  to. consider and  report.  H.D.Rees     W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  Tlie Electric Shop  FIRE TOLL  OF   HUMAN   LIFE  Fires in the United States take an  annual toll of more than  liJ.OOO lives,  ���and cause a property loss of approximately. $250,000,000, according to statistics  received at  the  opening of a  conference between representatives of  the Fire .Marshals of North America  and the National Board of Fire Underwriters in New York on January 9.  These statistics, compiled from reports of marshals from various states,  were presented by Colonel James R.  Young, insurance commissioner and  fire marshal of North Carolina. H«  added that most of the persons killed  or burned to death were women and  children.  T. Alfred Fleming, of Columbus.  Ohio, president of the Fire-Marshals'  Association, reported that more than=  93 per cent, of the fire prevention  orders issued by states had been obeyed. He asserted that more had been  accomplished in the last   two   years'  MINING  VICTORIA—The Victoria Machinery  Depot has commenced pile-driving  west of Hospital Point, preparatory to  going ahead with the construction of  ways for the building of two S, 100-ton  steel steamships for tho  government.  Oscar Lachmund, of Spokane, formerly   with   the   Canada   Copper   Com-  o  pan j'. was a caller on the Hon. William  Sloan, Minister of Mines," Tuesday  morning, urging the desirability for  the prosecution of smelting operations  in the city of Greenwood, which ceased  when the Canada Copper Company removed its activities to its larger holdings at Copper Mountain at the end  of last month.  Mr. Sloan has instructed the resident engineer of the district to provide him with as much data as/possible relative to supplies of ore in: the  vicinity. Upon the information of present and future prospects in this connection, Mr. Sloan will base his,  recommendations to the government  and determine what course of action—  A Japanese shipbuilding yard at  Kobe announces that it has built a  steel steamer, the "Daifuku Mam," of  1)600 tons, in .twenty-three days after  the laying of the keel. Tlie Japanese  compare this with the building of a  5000-ton steel steamer in twenty-seven  days 4t the Camden, N. J., shipyard.  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  COMPANY, LTD.  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  601   Pender ' St. 'VV.,  Vancouver  "BIO" Arc Light Carbons  Let us quote you on your  requirements  Make a note of this:  100% Service.  NORTH   VANCOUVER   NEEDS  LARGE APPROPRIATION  NORTH VANCOUVKR.~During tIncoming year Mayor Vance states .that  it will be necessary for the city to  Dominion I spend a good deal of money in permanent repairs on the roads, and sidewalks.  ! Another problem that will have to  he taken up by the city will be the  housing question. This is a matter  that is very closely connected with the  prosperity of the city and a solution  to this problem will have to be 'round  if the city is to grow industrially and  commercially.  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters' and Contractors  Store  and  Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  Phone Seymoni; 1878.  ELECTRIC  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  ■".fakers of  Switch Boards, Fnriel Boards, Steel  Cabinets, etc.  Switches  rlepipnorl  and   built  for any  special work.  41 Alexander St.    -    Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue prints for country  installations  906 Davie - St.- Seymour 9188  „     VANCOUVER, B.-C.  POINT GREY PERMITS  2069—D. C. May, dwelling add., Park  Dr., Marpole, $450.  2070—T. Glover, dwelling, 2100 37th  Ave.,  $3,000.  2071—James   \V.   Edwards,    1-story  'bldg., 19th Ave. and Bruce, $300.  2072 — Robt.    Montador,    dwelling,  33rd Ave., W. of Dunbar, ?400.  142—H.  M.  Perkins,   12th Ave.  W.,  garage, $50.  143—J. Farr, 49th and Maple, chicken house, $45.  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BC-ELECTRIG-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A    DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 H0M St.  Sty. 3768 Bay 12BB  <•.-  Baynes & Horie  K   General    Contractors  836 Rom SL  Ivfmm W8I  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  Edward Cox  General Contractor  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  Vaneenver and Victoria  Cabinet Making:  ISirmur 1163  Fixtures  735 IWocken Stj  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for sal*»—  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  You realize that the better you are known the more business you  will do.    Ask our advertising manager to ialk.tht  matter over with you.     Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 KoMcr-Ridiards Lane.  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  I  Da vies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Crttfit-Fsncfer Bldg. Vincsonr, 8.C-  NEW WORK - CONTRACTS LET  THE    FOLLOWING   TABU   SHOWS   BUXXiSZirOS    OOSTIWO    $5,000    OB    OVER,    ON     WHICH     CONSTRUCTION  UHBEB WAT, OB ON WHICH CONTRACTS HATS BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION HOT YET STARTED.  IS  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  50 j Rjdarfs St.  Seynow 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Se<rmosr 3535  601 Pacific Bldg.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bfrfg.  Seymour 650G  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Kaln St Set/mow 4878  Character         Residence       Tuberculosis   Clinic  Grain   Elevator  -Cost  .$7,50»  47,130  70,000  Church   35,000  Commercial   Bldgfi   25.000  Residence      9,000  Residence    10,000  Residences    each    4,000  Brick   Building-       Bungalows          6,000  Residence      7,000  Residence    7500  Bungalow    7595  Residence       $5,000  Powdered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Dwelling      5,000  Residence           8,000  Remodel   Boarding   House..: $6;000  Two  Story  Brick $20,000  Residence $10,000  Kesidenee    $9000  Dwelling    $6,500  Temporary Hosp  $30,000  Liquid   Air   Plant    $25,000  Residence    $7,000  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metroj-ofit-ui Bldg.  Character    _  Cott  •12-Mile   Extension     300,000  Government    Shed        .''ridge  (2  span;      Lining   Tunnel     230.000  Reconstruction       160,000  Nitrogen  I'lant       125,000  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Railroad      1.000.000  Infirmary   and   Service   Bide $151,236  Bridge        Bridge   Pulp  &  Saw   Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Cold Storage & Cannery $150,000  Residence           R.000  Twelve  Cottages    $ 1 0,000  VANCOUVER  location     Owner  Shaughnessy   Heights F.   A.   Dirtrick  Pender Street '. Rotary Club  Beach Are Chas. P. Celes Co.  1160  Georgia St...First Church of Christ Set.  fr'airview  and P»int  Grey.. University of  B.  C.  Shaughnessy ^Heights    .S. J-  Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    G.   \V.  Tornroos  Angus   Ave.............-Macaulay  &   Nicolls  Seymour  St B.   C.  Tel.   Co.  Ma gee Allan   &   Richards  2875   Alder  Street ..A.   R.  McFarland  1906 Trafalgar  XV. A. Cantelon  1435 loth Ave. W .....H. D. Chrlatie  S.E.    Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd .C.H.McPariane  Powell   St B.   C.   Sugar  Refinery  1946   11th  Ave,  W John  T.  MacDonald Heights _ P.  W. Racey  1447 Barclay St Confed Life Ass'n  92-98 Pender Er.. Mrs.  Chance XVong Co.  Shaughnessy  Hgts Clarence  Wallace  Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener F.   G.   Loane  12th and Heather Vane.  Gen'l Hosp.  5th and  Yukon Sts...L'Air Liquid Society  Shaughnessy   Frederick  Perkins  Arcbt  Contr.  Fr»d L.  Townley S. J. Newitt  J. A.  Benzie Baynes  &  Horie  H.  H.   Gillinrham    Owners  Matheson & DeGuerre   Owners  Sharp   &   Thompson   ........ .S.   N.   McLeod  Jas.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  Jas.  A.   Benzie S. J.   Newitt  A.  E.  Henderson S. J.  Newitt  Owners    Adkison  & Dill  X'red  J„.   Townley G. • M.   Champion  Fred.    L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  Fred L; Townley  Day Labor  H. D. Christie  W. J. Read  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller   Engineering  Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.       Owner  Fas.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  E.  E. Blackmore   Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J. Newitt  Edwardes Sproat S. J.  Newitt    G. Milne  Owners   Owners  Owners   S.  J.  Newitt  Fred L.  Townley G.  M. Champion  USE  E L A S TIG U  The  Tough,   Elastic, Adheslv*  Cement  (Ready  for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COM PAN Y, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and  Arbutus Street        -       .        VANCOUVER,  B. C.  Phone Bay. 63  ■■■■•■ 'i.»—.-i ■ —       —  RUSH & READ  FX.ft.-rN      and      OaJ-TAMEJTTAIV  PLAHTEBING    &    CEMENT    WOBK  All Work  Guaranteed.  <*;iy.   ''370  Bay.   1602-K  2r?0G   Stephens   St.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.  Location   _    Owner  Clinton     P.G.E.    Railway  Victoria     Government  Princeton     Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North    Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzcn. . Arner.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain H.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess  Mining  Co.  Princeton  to  Copper  Mt. ...B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Trann,uil!e B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist...Prov. Govenu't  Knglishman'e River, Alberni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  Clayoquot. .. .Clayoquot Cold Stor. & Can. Co.  Eburne    T.   H.   Heather  Squamish P.   G.  E.   Kwy.  Arch  Contr.   Northern   Conit.   Co.   R.   .Moncriefi   ...Armstrong,   Morrison   <S:   Co.,   Ltd   Carter,  Halls &  Aldingrr   Hodgson  &  King  Owners       Owners  Owners              Owner   . _ W.   P.   Tieniey  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.   Wks Dept.. .Robertson &   Partners  Prov.    Pub.   Wks.    Dept Wm.   Grcenlees       Owners  Public  Works  Dept Hodgson   ft   Kins     Owners  Owner   S.  J.'Newitt.      Thos.   Carson  ADAM  JACK  Brick  Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnace*, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  hflKhfand 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  -sss-Hsa-  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL.  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8th Ave. V. Bayview 2278  53m  3SS  ciainimimilwitstm  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021.1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  r  Office 813-83L5 BowerlBJdg.  Vancouver, B. C.  -7'lilli'"'  ":-A ''   ■■■'"■'■■^""■■"■"-^^■'■'■"■™^.'"""'''"  (wHiiilwi urn iiiniii<iiin i iiiii  "OCEAN FALLS"  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in British Columbia.    The paper Is  of  excellent,   uniform   quality   and   of  great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B, C.  IftL  Ftp  fit  ppMt  I  I BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  MOUSE   PAINTS  2n  Colors,  ."s.'i.25  Gallon  OH and Creosote Shingle Stains  $1;20   Gallon  Marine    Paints  ANTI-DAMP—Everyone   trees   It  W. S. HAEVEY MFG.  CO.  10G3 Granville St. Sey. 3407  mmaUtmm  SHIPPING AND FOR  .  Seymour Tire & Rubber  ' Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  FOREIGN TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  3H  Additional  thesi*   iiii|iiiri  tlie*   .Secretary  Vancouver,  or  Commercial    Intel 1J  1 >c part men I  ' ittawa."  information       regarding  may   be   obtained   from  of   the    J'.Soard   of   Trade,  upon application   to  "The  uc<!    ranch    ol!   'the  of   Trade   and    Commerce,  Corre.HiiondonUi are requested to quote  : tJtr- ■ n inn Iw.-r of the. "opportunity" when  a.sking for additional In forma tion. J'e-  uest for each opportunity should ho on  X separate sheet and .state opportunity'  number..-' Tim Bureau does not furnish  ■ei'fd.t. ratings or ussuine responsibility  ii." to the standing of foreign inquiries:  Die usual precautions .should lie taken  in   all   eases.  851 Pender St W. ■  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  Tlu- following Inquiries are the latest  received.     I'or   rapid   perusal   the   reader  may   know   at   a, glance   items   of   interest   by   noting  the class  of  goods   men  tinned   (it   the   end   of   each  I .M I'fWTANT--Quote the  the "Opportunity" in your  en co,  inquiry,  number   of  correspond-  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY    SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  1.   Iron,   Steel   and  ei'H.—A    London   firm  representatives   wish  representation    upon  buy in;,  ers   of  Other  Mannfactur  of   manufacturers'  to  secure   the  sole  a   commission   or  basis   of   Canadian   manufaetur-  the   following   woods:   Malleable  iron steam fittings; electrical plant and  equipment for all purposes, including  .shipbuilding;     brass     fittings:     pumps;  . forgings; stampings; machine tools,  etc.; tools of all kinds; wood manufactures; chemicals; household laundry machinery; toys; metal ilttings for fancy  goods,   etc.  2. Buckwheat Flour.—A. London company, h.'tn el li riff several Canadian pro-  ilucts, -wishes, to get into touch with  i'ii.iiadia.ii   producers  of  buckwheat   (lour.  3 Maple.—A. London manufacturing  copipany wishes to purchase manufactured maple direct from Canadian mills  cutting it. arid would,be glad to hear  from those able to. 1111'orders.  •a. Manufacturers' Affent,. leaving for  Hngland end of .January, would be glad  to bear from Canadian  d-siring y>-,\>\ es-n;ation in Loudon, iCng-  hi.ial, when.' he is to • establish an office  of the company. Over twenty years'  experience in London, Kngland, and seven years In  Canada.  5. Wooden Handles.—A Glasgow firm  asks' for quotations on broom and other  wooden   handles.  6. JEnanielware.—A Glasgow house i.s  in need-of household enamelware of all  descriptions.  7. Talc.—A Glasgow firm is open to  import tale in 50 to 100 ton lots, also  cut  slice  talc.  8. Barytes.—A Glasgow house asks to  bear  from  Canadian  exporters.  9. Gallon Apples and Canned Praits.  — A Glasgow firm in a position to place  large. , orders desires to receive quotations. , .  10. Canned Vegetables.—Some. Glasgow  produce brokers would like to enter into  negotiations with Canadian shippers of  calmed, vegetables with a view to business as soon  as conditions  permit.  11. Flour and Grain.—A Belfast firm  wishes to wet into touch  with  exporters  rye,   etc.,  ast   firm  in  is wow  touch  im-  with  J las-,  ana-  SERVICE  RENTS COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1880  739  Hastirifjs St. XV. Vancourer  TeJr.p*i«ne Seymour 7820  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C.  of   Hour,   barley,   oats,   wheat  with a. view to future business  12. Cereal      Poodi;.—A      Lei  makes  inquiry  for -the above.  13. Cattle and Pig- Foods.—A  importer   asks    to    be    placed  with  Canadian  packers.  14. Gallon     Apples.—A     Glasgow  porter  risks   to   be  placed   in   touch  Canadian   packers.  15. Skimmed Milk Powders.—A '  Wow lirrn to hear from C  dian   exporters.  1G. Baled Hay.—A Glasgow firm  wishes to hear l from exporters of the  above with'a view to business as .soon  manufacturers ! as  conditions   permit.  17., Kitchen Chairs.-—A Mel fast firm  who'have been importers ol! the above,  knocked down, from Canada before the  war. wish to be placed in touch with  exporters with a view to business' as  soon   sis   conditions   permit.  18. Carbon Black.—A Glasgow firm  who has .been importing the above from  the United States wish to hear from  Canadian   exporters.  19. Ricemeal.—A Glaswow firm i.s prepared to import the above In  2">-ton  lots.  20. Asbestos, Engine and Pump Packing's, India Kabt>er Goods, Engineers'  Machines and Tools.—A Glaswow firm  making' a specialty of supplying engineers' and public works requirements in  tlie engineering -line, are open to consider representation of manufacturers of  the above, either as purchasers or soie  agents.  81. Canned Salmon.—A Belfast firm  who import the above in 2.000 case lots  for business as soon as conditions permit.  22. Gallon Apples, Peaches and Pears.  —A Belfast linn importing the above in  1.000 case lots asks to be placed in touch  with  exporters.  ,23. Gallon Apples and Canned Fruits.  —A Glasgow firm wishes to import 3.000  to -1,000 casus of gallon apples and 1,000  cases  of canned  fruits.  24. Butter and Cheese.—A Leith firm I  i wishes   to  get   into  communication   with I  exporters   of  the  above   with  a   view   to  business as soon as conditions permit.  25. Cheese.—-A Belfast firm makes inquiry for cheese in 500 box lots, with a  view to business as soon as'-conditions  permit.  26. Engineering- Agencies.—A South  African .engineer of many years' experience in engineering specialties and machinery is prepared"to arrange for!representation of Canadian engineering  firms, fmmediatccorrespohdence is .requested, e.   '  27. Cast Iron Pipes.—rA South African  commission agent, with an established  connection, inquires for agency proposition from Canadian manufacturers of.  cast, iron piping for water and sewerage  purposes.  23. Sewing- Machines.—An established  commission agent covering all centres  of South Africa is prepared to take up  a Canadian agency on sewing machines.  Hand sewing machines are the principal sellers for the wholesale jobbing  trade.  29. Iron and Brass Beds.—A South  African commission agent is making a  special    inquiry   for   the   representation'  I of   Canadian    made   beds    in   iron     and:  brass.  30. Paints and Varnishes.—A South  African sales agent covering all centres  of South Africa twice a year is prepared to take, up a Canadian paint and  varnish agency, also white lead and linseed oil  31. Closet Seat*.—;A South African  commission agent calling on the trade  in South Africa asks for correspondence  and   particulars,   including   f.o.h.   Cana-  ! dian port prices, from'manufacturers of  'closet seats -who are" prepared to aPr  point an agency. Price must include  selling commission. Kind of seats required illustrated in Weekly Bulletin  No. GZa. Copy may be had on request.  ,32. Tools.—A'."South'. African commission agent specializing for the hardware trade only is prepared to take up  the representation of Canadian manufacturers of tools, household, farming, !  mechanics and general.* Correspondence  is requested from individual or group of  manufacturers  with'kindred  lines.  ■' 33.   Ploughs.—A   South   African   com- j  mission   agent  makes   inquiry   about   thej  representation   of     Canadian    manufac-r  turers  able  to  supply'the  cheap  plough  as  used   by  the  South  African   native.  34. Barbed and Other Fencing "Wire—  A, S'o*uh African manufacturers' agent, j  specialising in iron and steel, goods, is  prepared to take up an agency for Canadian-made fencing wire. Samples  and prices with cable code arrangement  is   requested   in  first   communication.  35. Reconstruction Machinery, Implements and Raw Material.—A Belgian  co-operative company has been organised for the re-equipment of Belgian industry and for the reprovisioning of  Belgian trade. They wish to receive  offers from Canadian manufacturers of  machinery, implements and raw materials of even- description for reconstruction purpos'es. This organization is  recommended by the Consul General of  Belgium in Canada and it will have  financial assistance from the Government of Belgium.  36.   Agency.—A   large   wholesale   general  merchant in  La Bouverie.  Belgium,  would   like   to  get   in   touch   with   Canadian      merchants       exporting     brushes  chocolate,   biscuits,  etc.  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Ornamental Iron Work and  kinds  of "Wire "Work.  all  112-16   Dufferin   St.  Fair.   2«4S  and  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  T\'ill frnd the  ORPHEUM CAEE  an id on 1 meet ing place for the  Till rich ooii II our. The. Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  •Moderate Chargex. Seating  capacity   2;"0.  Opposite Orphenm  Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. -Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  C  Kilgren'  Ge  neral Contractor  962  -—  14th  Ave.  Fairmont  946L  COMMERCE  ONE  TON  TRUCK  of  other  truck'  A year ahead  trucks — the only  having everything necessary on it when you buy  .   it.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  STANDARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard truck  throughout. Continental  Red Seal Motor, Timken-  Da.vid Brown worm gear  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spicer universal joints.  Two, three and a kalf and  five-ton capacity.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing- too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2944  Offlce,'Sey  7075  Res., Fair.  213SL  J. H. Healey  OPTOMETRIST  •.  Glasses  kinds    of  headache.  fitted  eye  for  the relief of all;  strain    and    nervous  835 Birks  Bldff.  Vancouver  B  c--f  -OBTTOX.ESS    HEALING  W. I. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB. BUSINESS MAN  Graduate of■■■ American".' College of  Orlechano-Th'erapV,1 Chicago, the largest school of drugless?healing in the  world. '  ""i.!    928  and 929- BirXa Bnndingr,  Vancouver, 3. C.  Seymour.$©3 ' *     ' S«yrnour 724SR  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570, Ricnard*  St.  'Phone   Seymour   175  PHONE FAIR.  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  971  We Galvanize Everything by Hot  Process  PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORM-  ANCE, 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 MOTOR TRUCKS  are built not for looks but for service—not merely to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  our claims.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS arc sold in every case where superiority is tested  point by point in comparison with other trucks.  The fact that 72% of LITTLE GIANT sales last year were re-sales to satisfied  customers is the final proof.  Don't take our word for it—ask LITTLE  GIANT  owners  about  the  dependability, economy and efficiency of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  Items below have been published  in those column* heretofore, but are  carried for ready reference for a few  days pending- the publication of later  inquiries.  INSIST UPON RECORDS OF PERFORMANCE, NOT PROMISES OF PERFECTION.  We guarantee 50% lower operating cost than any othor Truck on the market.  We vaporize the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into the cylinders.  Your service work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  nl no Cost to you.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Scvmour 2S-l-!-*iS-ir> Granville at Pacific Vancouver  923.    Canned Pears and G-aUon Apples.  — A   Liverpool   firm offer  to act  as  pack- j  ers'   agents   for   the   distribution   of   the  above.'    They   stale   they  are   in   a   position  to dispose of  large quantities.  92-3. Canned Goods.— A Liverpool  firm would like tn In- placed in communication with shiooers of all kinds of oan-  lu-il goods, with a view to acting as  sales  agent  for  the  United   Kingdom.  925. Apples.—A Bristol ilrm asks for  cabled offers of No. 1 winter apples in  barrels.  92G. Molybdenum Concentrates. — A  Sheffield manufacturer of carbonless  metals unci alloys wishes to into  touch with shippers of the above, with  a view to future purchases.  927. Agency—Linseed Ca&efl.—A firm  In Delft. Holland, wishes to secure the  agency for Holland of Canadian manufacturer of linseed cakes and similar  cattle food.  928. Food Products.—A firm In Holland, with headquarters at Hague and  branch offices at Rotterdam and Ghent,  Belgium, would like to enter into commercial relations with Canadian exporters and producers of the following foodstuffs: Wheat, rolled oats, wheat Hour,  sun-dried and evaporated apples, jains,  canned fruits, meats, lobster and salmon,   bacon,  hams  and   lard,  329. AutomobUes, Motorcycles and  Automobile Accessories.—A linn at The  Hagre, Holland, is desirous of getting  into touch with Canadian manufacturers  of automobiles, motorcycle.-, anil auto-  m-ibiie   access(>i'ip'S.  930. Steel and Copper Wire, Etc.--A  London company wishes to get into  touch with Canadian manufacturers with  tin.' object of securing their selling or  buying  agency   for  the   t'nit.ul   Kingdom, j  i Tli'ey    have    a'   branch     at     Mirmingham. '  Hoods   suggested   are   steel     and     copper j  wire,    wire   nails,   etc.,   mica,   chemicals,  leather   for    upholstering    trades,   wood-  pulp, etc.  931. Crude  Afbeatos.-    A   linn   in   Am-|  strrdam,    Holland,   desires   the   addresses  of    Canadian    manufacturers    o(    crude  asbestos.  (Continued on  rage 4.) BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ii i«ii)inii*>i MTi*nUJ»»*<i»"l*rtitJi  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  A. G. BAGLEY  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  Q.NS Ltd.  IANUFACTURERS  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL  STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,' TIME   CHECKS,  KEV    TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,    NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  cast into pigs, which in turn will find  a ready mark'et at the present high  prices of metal.  FATE  The moving van moves/on, and, having moved,  Departs  along a  highway  torn  and  grooved,  You seek your new abode, the hours  go by,  The  moving van,  alas!   has  not arrived. .-'.',  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  (Continued   from   page   3)  LIMITED  P. A.. Jones, Mfff.  WHARF BUILDING,  BRIDGES,  -PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"    .„  General Towing  324 Front St. New Westminster  Telephone 1015  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  art STORE FITTINGS  fiEMERJOARPENTERjlORR >  ■■'.'■L':'-     V-'.'  PAINTING. PAPER HANS-  IHG and KALSOMINING  Sey. 8765     Jy. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  A SHIP FOR  A SHIP  The French claim to German merchant ships is,a good one.    They should  be allowed, to use a fleet of them unti/j  Germany can build new ones to take  TECHNICAL  INSTITUTE the place of those sunk without warn  COLLECTED   VALUABLE in  REFERENCE  LIBRARY  Few engineers or technical  experts  outside of the membership of the local  branch of the Engineering and  Technical   Society  have   any  idea  of   the  valuable   and   comprehensive    collection of works forming the nucleus of a  splendid  reference  Horary   which   has  been already secured and is available  in  the library at the society's  rooms,  723    Birks    building,    Granville    and  Georgia street.   This reference library  was   started  by a   few  energetic  and  public-spirited    members    some    time  ago  and   has   been  growing  by  leaps  and  bounds of late with  the addition  of some very valuable and instructive  works.   In a short time now there will  be    300    volumes    in    the    reference  library.  Among these volumes are complete  copies of the proceedings of the Civil  Engineering Society of England,  proceedings of the Institute of County Engineers  of  England, and  transactions  of the Canadian  Society of Civil  Engineering,'   now   the   Engineering   Institute   of   Canada.    There   are   also  bound volumes of the reports  of the  | Commission *   on      Conservation      of  ! Canada, as well as complete volumes  ! of Mechanical  Engineering,  Civil  Engineering,  .Marine Engineering,  Structural    Engineering,    Reinforced    Con-      939.   Hams ana Bacon.—-A lons-estali-  f..-f-tP   Aivhifpr-lnrp Ouantitvc-iirvpvincr    !islie'l   firm   of   grocers   and   commission  ciete, AicniLeciuie.^udniiij biuveymg, |nierchants clesires to Ket in touc-, with  Electrical'  Engineering,*   Encyclopedia .Canadian exporters ofnams and bacon.  Britannica, and Spon's  Dictionaries of       940..   Ag-ency.—A   Canadian    exporting  .,     .        -'. rr,,      '     T   ,.       ,     ;-,.   .,   : firm with agents in Krari.ce wishes to so-  Engineering.       The     National      Civil, jenre   the   exclusive   agencies   of   Cana-  Electrical   and   Mechanical   Engineer- , dlan manufacturers for Franco and Bel-  (fium in any line that may be in demand  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Moved to 518 PENDER ST., W.  Business Directory and  -uyers' Gtside  When Buying Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  932. Cellulose, Chemicals and Metals,  Boots   and    Shoes,   Food   Products.—An  import house in Milan wis lies to hear  from Canadian exporters of the fore-  K'oiriR products.  933. Telephone and Telegraphic Material and Electrical Measuring- Apparatus.-—A firm in Milan inquires for  Canadian telephone and telegraphic  material and electrical measuring instruments.  934. Industrial Chemicals, Metallurgical Products and Metals, Kefactory  Material.—A firm in Milan wishes to get  in touch with Canadian firms with a view  to obtaining exclusive agencies in Italy  for industral chemicals, metallurgical  products and metals and refractory material.  935. Flour.—A firm in Barbados, in  commission business, desires an agency  for a Canadian Hour milling; firm.  936. Pollard and Middlings.—A firm  of commission merchants, Barbados,  would like to set in touch with Canadian  manufacturers  of •■ pollard.  937. Biscuits and Bread.—A Barbados  firm of commission merchants invites  correspondence with c manufacturers  (Canadian)   of bread and  biscuits.  ster,  trout, evaporated apples, and  foodstuffs  in  g-eneral.  944. Ag-encies.—A Paris agent invites  correspondence from producers and  manufacturers of foodstuffs, canned lish,  tea,  potash.  946. Furs, "Lumber, Canned Goods,  Ag-encies.—An agent is willing to accept  the re.present;.'tion of any Canadian llrm  dealing in  the above-mentioned products.  MACKiNERY  Bldg.  ..S. 2199  Agents   For  Xylite   Grease   fciid   Perfection   Oils  SSoolcum   lodging-   Block  4-7-.'   in.   bv   .US   ft.   boilers   ICO   lbs.  2   Coal   dryers  suitable   for  fish.  Alb sixes  of   cable   in   stocK. .j OONTRACTOlto-GENERAL.  T.  A.  WAZiSH  &   CO. | Armstrong,   Morrison    &    Co.,    Ltd..    Bim-n  7 Alexander St.    "• Sey.-4738 j:   Bdg. ."    S. 1S36  CONTRACTORS— T1I.K—TK I" KA7.9A >  s. ••yss  s  CRAN8S   AND    {JOISTS    (ELECTRIC  Th« Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender'St. XV.  ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   Blue  Print it  Drafting Co.,  531    Granville   St ... .. .Sey.  2497-4670  ARCHITECTURAL    TERRA    COTTA.  Evans.  Coleman &  Evun«.  Ft.  Col. St., S. 2988  O'Neil.   Wm. X.  Co.  Lu.,  54S  Suymour.S. 4795  Ritchie    Con.    A    Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Gran.    Z'..  Brides           ....   8.9162  ASI'llALT    FELT.  Evans,  Coleman ft  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  The Barrett Co.. Ltd., 10th it Arbutus  Bay. 63  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ccpcrlev,   Rounsefell  &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.    Sey.  7820  BANKS  Home   Bank   of   Canada S.  5270  BANK,   OFFICE   &   STOSE   FITTINGS  The  lames  Brookes Woodworking Co.  Ltd.,  125'J 6th S.  F...   Burnaby..West.   473  BLUE  PRINTS  Dominion   Blue  Print &   Drafting  Co.,  531    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670  Ul'lCK—A 1.1.  KINDS.  Evans    Coleman   &    Evans.   Ft.   Col.,   S. 2988  Cliley  Bros..  Ltd.,  New   West..  Phones 15.   IB  W.   N.   O'Neil ft Co.,   54S  Sey.  St.,  tS. 4795-479S  L.tohie   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  Bridge S.   9162  R.V.Winch A  Co..  Ltd.,   Which  B.  S. 273-1944  BUILDING   VKLTS   AND   I'APERS.  Evans,   Colnman   ft   Evuns,   Ft,   Co!»,. ..S. 29S8  W.  N. 'O'Neil  &  Co..  548  Fey.  St.,  S. 4795-479?  The  Barrett Co..  Ltd.,  10th & Arbutus Bay. 63  nONDS—SFKETY.  Ceperley,  Rounsefell   ft   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.   Sey.   7320  K.V.Winch  ii Co.. Ltd..   Winch B., ci. !7S-ls^  CARPENTERS  Dixon   &    Murray.. .... S. S765-  S766  CEMENT.  Balfour,   Guthrie   ft   Co *i.   913-.-S57B  Kvpir.p,   Colnman   A   Evans.   Ft. .Col... S.   '-6SK j Smith.  ['arMsou  & Wrl„''i!.  Ltil..   Homer  Gilley  Bros.,  Ltd.,  New   Weat..  Phones  15.   lo ami   It-mi-   Sti i;   S!-c,  W.   S.  O'N-MI A  Co..   548  boy.  St.. S. 479S-4 79S f VAKTtTlOS-IvmKVKOO,"   JrlAPS  Dominion   Blue   Print ,&'Drafting-   Co..  531    Granvile   St... Sey,   2497-467*  ' MAKUliE   AND   ONYX *"  Evans.  Coloman &  JSvana,   ft.  Col.....S  °i&S  VV.  N'.   O'Neil  ft  Co.    54X  Sey.  at.  S.  4795-4798  METAL STAMPING.  Gibbs Tool  &   Staiiijuug  Works,  356  Dufferin   W. fair. 217S  MI1I.WOBK.  The James   Brookes Woodworking Co.  Ltd.,  125'; Mil S.   IC.   Burnaby.. Wast.  473  MIME O&RAPKINO  Central   I'ublic .Stenographers,   Mimeographing. 411  Dominion  l.ildg.. Sey. a071>'.  MOTORS  It.  0. Klcctrie Co... Ltd _ jj. jU01  MOTOR   T3UCKS.  Little  Giant  Motor Truck  Co: Sey.  331  Tucker Motor  Co.. S33   Pender 'W.. .Sey.   3565  MULTIGRAPHING  Central   Public   Stenographers.   Mimeographing.  HI  Dominion llldg., Sey. &07!*  Dominion    Blue   Print   SV   Drafting   Co.,  531    Granvile   St ....Sey.   24')7-467»  OFFICE  AND  STORE   FITTINGS  Dixon    '<■    Murray. . . .' • S.  8765-  87GS  OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &    PRINTING  Western   Specialty,   Ltd.,   572  Gran.  Sey. 3525  PACKING,    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   G00D8  Dmiloii Tiro &  KiiIiUt Goods Co., Ltd.,  X41  Cuuihic SL   s.  13—S.-iOSj  PAINTING   &   PAPER   HANGING  Dixon    &    Murray S. 8765-  3766  FAINTS—ITRE-1'KOOF.  W.  N. O'Neil A Co..  5J» Sey.  St. ..S. 47V5-47U8  PAINTS—!K;ill-   I'liOOK  Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298s  T.V.  N. O'Nfeli A Co.,  54.S Soy.  j*t. . .S. 47'<5-<7D8  PAPEH  Ritchie   Contr.   &   Sup,   Ltd..   Granvlde   St. 1 B...„r.   „,,. „'';'t.„,1:"-,-,"-,;v      „  „„„  ErM.-c '  ■     ■        S   91P" ! ,       r'"-  Coieman  ,t   l-jvur.s    l't. Colum. .S..29S8  R.V.WlnW * 'Co..'Lta:.'wReh-B'.:'s.'t7V-194iiH'tc'Utf" Con   * Sllt'' C..,Grnf)v.  ud«. .S.'j-.itj  CKMKNT  TKSTI.VG   A-VD  ASSAY ISC. I r,   ' PASTITIOar   WIRE  Hunt.   Robt.   W.   &   Co..   Standard   Bank       - I "-'arson   Wire and   Iron 'Wks....Fair. 2791  •V   reduction   of   10   per   cent,   will   be 1 Evans,  Coleman .t Evans,   ft. Co! S. 29S8  allowed off ail machines sold this week, j W. N. 0'.N'.'.i: & Co., 54o Sey. sit.. S. 479..-.-473S  This  is in order to make room for otiiper \  ing Magazine is also on file there.  The    aims    of    the    Institute    are  for the immediate future.  941.    Ag-ency,   Great    Britain,    France,  ,<T>-... ,    „  ...    ...    -„       ,,      „   ....    r,  ,   .Italy or Bele'iam.—French gentleman de-  'Bntisli Columbia for the British Col-{sires   to   get-in   touch    with    Canadian  umbians," and the members are striv- I manufacturers and wholesale merchants  ! who desire representation in any of the  ing to live up to that motto in their j above countries. -Inquirer claims to have  i,,,,.!.^^ A^iincrc a \^nAi„rr i • i, ^o ^„ ' con ii ect ions in these countries of thirty-  business  dealings.    A lending  library   five years. standing.    He would also, be  has also been established from books  owned by members, dealing with technical and engineering subjects. There  are, already oyer 1500 volumes in the  lending library and it is increasing in  size all the time.  The  Institute will  hold   its   annual  general meeting in the sports room of  the Hotel Vancouver on!-Friday,- -January ■ 24,  at  S:I5 p.  m.    The  Institute  boasts a membership of approximately  '200 members  in British  Columbia,  of  ■ which  about So are residents in Vancouver.  willing   to   represent   Canadian   firms   at  the Lyons Fair.    References supplied.  948. Fa*oer, Cardboard.—An important  paper dealer, in the trade for thirty  years, wishes to obtain the represeiifa-  tion, more especially for the north ihd  west of P"ranee, of Canadian firms manufacturing pulp, paper, cardboard,; etc.   i"  943.. Ag-ency, Canned Flab, Foodstuffa,  Evaporated Apples.—An agent is willing  to accept the representation of any of the  following products: Canned salmon,  lob-  rnachinery that will arrive this weeK.  "We have a full machine siioj) equipment,  lathes, drill presses, milling machine,  taps and dies,  emery stands,  etc.  C. O. WESCOTT  57-61  Alexander St. Sey. 7005  See" Us  For AI 1'Kinds of Machinery  WEIS   MACHIN2STT   CO.   I.TD.  1396  Richards   St. Sey.  7442-7443  Pumps and Pumping Plants of every  description bought and sold or rented  out.    All  pump supplies and  repairs.  PUMPS  & POWER I.IMTTED  216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour  8110  bey.' 10U5;  DIES   AND   TOOLS.  G'.bbs  Tool  »"v'  Stamping  Works,  356  Dufferin'- W.  PATTERNS  Westminster  Iroii  Works,   .W.v \Vvntnit:i.iti<r    f'tioiio 53  %PHOTOSTATS  Dominion    Blue   l'rini   VV   Drafting   Co.,  -•5.":;-. iic   St.. :.Sey.    :'4y7-f670  I'lO   IKON   ,i.\|)   TIN*  Htiliour.   Guthrie  »   Co...... S.  *»ll>7-rt57*  Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans, "ft.  Col S, •.'1)88  K. V.   Wtnch A:  Co..  Wine* BlcJ...S.    ''79-1944  "<■"''.                   J'H.INO AND"I-OLES  Fpdi-ral   LumN-r   Uo.,    ltoitcrs . IMilg s. 3fli)-t-l*  1*1 M5 IXtlVlNO.   Fair. 2176;Ev»ns,  Coleman &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, machinery of all  kinds.  NATIONAL  MACH1NEEY   CO,  935 Main St. Sey. 600  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and   Sold:. . -  B. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.  Bank of Ottawa Eld?. Sey. 9040  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  SteaiTsf Siting  SUB-TENDERS WANTED  Sub-tenders are wanted by J.  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW INSTALLATIONS  JANT7ABY  20,  1919.  Croome,   Mrs.   Nellie.   Confectionery.   153  Pender  W.....   Anderson,  A.   W.  & Co.,  Broker,   F>10  Hastings  West   McNeill,  Welch &  Wilson  Ltd.,  1G29  Main   TJrquhart. -Mackenzie.  Heal  Estate.  T'iG  Granvilh  Pitchford-Kadlec  Engraving Co.,  Engravers & Photo  4 4 5  Richards   B   I Romeril,   Alfred  .1,.   Fin.  Agent,   407   Hastings  West...  „,., ri,      ___   „        ., ' JANUARY  21,  1919.  Wilson,  Ltd., ooti   t-Iamilton street,  fori Foster,  Dr.  George M„  700  Georgia  XV._  finishing   the   interior   of    a    4.-room   Sev. M2S O   ...Sev.  7179   hair.     7-1.1   Sey.  73r>9  Engravers.  1033 Granville St  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Ret. Bay. 77  S. J. Trickey  CENTRAL SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,   COPPER,  BRASS  and  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Plione Sey. 620      15iyz Ponder St. W,  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  dwelling at 1130 Nelson street.  It is a great benefit to a publication  if its advertisers are reminded that  their advertisements have been noticed  When calling upon or writing to any  of the advertisers of this publication  please mention the Record.  i^<i>'b'^<^'^*<'4^f^^bv<'^^^'b^<'*'i-   Sey. 7301   Sey. 75fi9   Sey. 4 2Sf>   Bay. 3)91  Shand, Alexander II., Electrician. 2210  Granville    CEAHQD3.  JANUAEY  20,  1919.  McNeil,  Welsh & Wilson Ltd., Coal & Builders Supplies, 1029 Main toN  42(T Cambie  , Pair. 2S00 to Sey.  SI 40  North  West  Biscuit Co.,  Ltd., 579  Richards to S62 Cambie Sey.     4ol  JANUARY  22,  1919. _     n  Farrant biddell & Co., Ins. Brokers, 602 Hast. W. to  1,0 Gran. Sey.     1,9  Petrie Mfg. Co., Ltd., Cream Separators, 112", 10th W. to llbO Hamilton..bey.   ,_-!;.  DRAFTING  Dominion   Blue Print &   Drafting Co..  531    Granville   St... Sey.  2497-4670  I'lULLS—roKTAHI.E   Ki.Kt'TKIC  Darling,  Frank & Co., 1142  Homer  Street ...Sev.   4100-4101  Th« Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. XV.  «■■".. Sey.   10C6.  Ki.KcrriicAi. **ori*ijrKS  I!.   C.   KI.-i?trlc  Co.,   I.tcl._  -..- ....H.  5000  Cor*-'A; ^ou.   15«  Htt»Un«s W  ..Sey. SiiU-  Darling.  Frank A Co., 1142 Homer  Street     .......:Sey.   4100-4101.  ELEVATOK  OAKS AUD ENCLOKIiUES.    "  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay. 1043  W. N; O'Neil A Co..  54*  Sey. St.  S. <7»5-479'i  /tkcliie   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co .   Ltd..   Gran.    St.  Bridge    ......      8.916*1  ELGVATORH  Darling,  Frank & Co.. 1142 Homer  '   Street ........Sey.  4100-4101  ENCLOSURES  Pearson  Wire and  Iron Wks....Fair. 2791  -    ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  ■ Dominion : Blue.Print'-&. Drafting ..Co., ...  531    Granville   St Sey.  2497-4670 I  TENCES ANB OATIS Street    ' ~"~Sey  Pearson Wire and  Iron  Wks....Fair. 2794    ti^  tr„i/i— .-...," r';j""-;'i"«i  Kruecr   Ktv«r   1'lle   Drlvir.k-   Co..    .\'ow    Wesc  ril'K—i-KIVKK  Evans. Coleman Ji Bvans Ft. Colum. .S. '>!>$S  GUley Eros., Ltd., New V\V«t.. .Phone* 13, 1*  Kitclile Con. & Sup. Co.. C'raiivllle. .S. 915i  R. V. Winch & Co.. Wlnc*i-Bid.. .S. 279-134 4  ri.ASTKK  IJah'our,   Guthrie  &   Co S.  Sll)7-b57*  Evans. Coleman & Evat„< Ft. Coium. .S. 29SS  Glllfty Bros.. Ltd.. .Nc.v West.. . Phone* 15, H  W. N. O'Xell & Co.. Hi Sey. St...S. 47!)"i-4798  Ritchie. Con. 4 Sub. Co.. Granv. Bdx. .S. 91*«i  ■'.  IT.AS'J'E'11   UO,\KI>  Evans,  Coleman A Evans,   ft.  Col.... .S. 2988  W. X. O'Neil * Co.. S4J> Sey. SI...S. 4795-47S*  Ritchie   Con.   &   Sup.   Co..   Granville. .S. 91(1  l"l.»S'l*K*t   I'AKTITIOX   BLOCKS  Kvans, Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 298S j  > I". ASTKIt—OK.V,\.MENTAI.  Evans,  Colornan &  Kvans,   ft.   Col 3. 29(|  "VV. N. O'.Veli & Co., 6<-S Soy.  St...S. 4795-47SI  .S. Hit]  AKCHITEOTS  5i.*,f?v.»..s>**.cSi^.t»>.%<3>.'-'.;».'-'.5i.*-*.4-..£i \~&>~  Members of Tlie Architectural Institute  of  British  Columbia.  VANCOUVJ33  -b  ±  *  J,  9  •"I-*  F1HK CXAT  Baltotir.   Guthrie  &  Co S.  91U7-«576  B-'am, Coleman A Evans Ft. Co!...S. 29S8  Gilley Bros... New Westminster. Phones 15,16  W. N. O'Neil & Co., 5 4". Say. St., S.4795-4798  Ritchie Can. A Sup. Co.. Granvl. Bd'S..S. 91"":  R. V. "Winch &  Co.,    Vlnch Bidif.,  S. 279-1944  FIRE ESCAPES  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd., 2120 Cedar Hay. 1043  t'lUK   E.VTINGt-IbllEB   SVgTKMS.  Barr & Andnrson,  1060  Hcmer St S.  61 SO  FLOORING  J.  Fytc. Smith  &   Oo..  13L;0   Richard*. .S. 1136  FORGINGS  Westminster  Iron  Workj.   N'pj«  W't'slinltisler    I'lione 53  GALVANIZlNCj  T.   Watt.   225   Fifth   Ave.   W....Fair.  971  GAS    APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Ca.s  Appliance  Co S.    S01  GLASS—AIJL  KIN OS.  VV. N.  O'Neil 4 C\> . 54S S«-y. at..   8.  4', 95-479?  (UIIUU'aRE  Itrown,   Fraser &  Co..   L'.il..   HfiO   llunirr  St S. 7I0.1  Flett, J. A., Ill  Hastings W.....Sey. 2227-8  Vancouver Gas Appliano  IIAKOWOOU  I'LOORS  Rilchio   Con.   &   Sup.   Co..   Granville  r    ,";■"'■■■ VI.VMHISG  Bailey, E. A., 1033 Granville St., S.  134  Hair   &   AncUrson,    l\l«0    Homer   St. ..S. fit»«  .\orman  Kydd.  906   Dnvic  St:... Sey. 91St  I'NKDIATIC   TOOLS  Darling,  Frank & Co.,  1142  Homer  m,    "' .,-^.   1100-4101  The Holden Co:, Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  Sey.   I0t>5.  PRINTERS  Baglfly. A. G. & Sons, Ltd.  '   510   Ponder   W Ssy.     316  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Central   Put-lie   Stenographers,   Mlme-  ogra-;hitig, 4 If   Dominion Bldg.. Sey. 0078  Dominion   Blue   I'rint. &   Drafting'Co.",  531    (.".ranvile   St ...Sey.   2497-1679  HOOFING  COMrOSITION  Evans. Coleman ."i Ft. '.oluin. .S. 29SS  The Barrett Co.. Ltd., 10lh& Arbutus Bay. 63  XV. N. O'Neil kt Co.. 5LS Svy. St.. .s. 479i-47&5(  Hitcble Con. & Sup. C. . Granville. .s:'81S2  Smith.  Daiiilson  A  Wri. lit,   Ltd..   Humor  antl   Oariu   Sw         3.  9i65  ROOFING—-SIVKKT  M KT.U,  (S<'<:   Cornier   . nti    Koor.njs)  ROOFING   .VATKKIAI.  The Barrett Co.. Ltd., l(t'i& Arbutus Bay. 63  Kvana, Uoienian .<i ISvanr Ft. Onliirti. .s. 2&SS  Ritchie Con. & Sup.  C(... vlranvllle  B...S. 916J  IllirK-JIAXII.i '  Balfour.    Guthrie    A    Co a 9197-6678  RUBBER   STAM-'S  1  W.  N.  O'Null iV Co..  54S Sey. St.. .8. 4795-479S j       y m    Fonder    W  J.  Fyfe  Smith  4  Co.  '320   Richards. .S. 1196  llAKU'VOOl)  Ll'MHKK  •b  ■b  •5*  ~b  4*  Benzie   .las.  A..   r>10  Hn^t.  W Sev.  ?,**0C  Bryan '&   Gillam,  r,0'i   Kichardj  S^y.   6S0S  Dalton   &   Kveieijh,   61 Tj  Hast.   \\r;     Sey      662  Gardiner,   F.   G.   &   Mercer,   718   Gran.;  Seymour 2G72.  Henderson.   A.   F...   015   Hast.   W Sey.  724  Honeyman   &    Curtis,    S">0    Hastings   St.  W      S .-•>•.    lf.2.1  Tames  W.   Keagcv.  2576  2nd   W Bav.  702R i ,jt  Matheson, Robt. M., 509 Bich...Sey. 5038 j •*.  Palmer.   Bernard  C,   016   Credit I »g>  Foricier   Bldg S-y.  ?.Wd , •!-  Barr  it   M--.cK<;;zie.  73o   Gran Sey.   7SI 1 \ €>  Sharp & Thompson, 620 Fender W. .Sey. 1064 1*  j'pjvvnley, P'red I... :'2o Horner....Sej 801.1 !'3>  rwlKell,   R.   P.  S.,  837   Hast.XV..Sey   7925   V  f»  s.  'H>  .'.  f  t  >b  AGENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  VICTORIA  A.   R.   Ticnnell,   1036   St.   Louis   St 1171R!  I   C.   M.   Keith.   Sayward   Bldg 1420  Sam   Maclure,   t'nion   Bank   Bldg 2S48  Lieut.-Col.    Ridgway-Wilson,    Belmont   House.  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   WEL-3ESS  Cor.  AleKander   and   Heatley   Aventti!  Phone  Highland   2009  PAFNTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30- 7.00-9.00  PRHCES 20c - 30c  ~&  BRBCK  CONTRACTOR  Chiin-aeys,  Fireplaces,  Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  2085 45tli Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale  Phone  Eburne   203L2  G. W. ROBINSON  CAKP-GBTTEB and BVUBEB  also  Cabinet   Maker  Upholstering  2236 Cambie Street  •b  t  Industrial and Household  Gas Fittings  MAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY  B. J. EBEIHOTOH  Electrical Contractor  Fairmont 010  14 4  Broadway   XX  9  ©  «3p  <i>  'b  'b  *?  'I'  >i>  •b  T  -b  •J*  %  •b  ,~,  <•  *£'  *?'  -b  <i>  J.'  f  ♦4"  t*b  J.  i  C. Bah  ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 801  v  I  v*    Smith,  J.   Fylo A Co..   13'JO  Richard*:.S. 119S  HEATING—HOT   A IK.   sTEAM   ASH   VKN-  TI LATINO  Bailey, E. A., 1033 Granville St S.  13G  burr   tk.   Anderson.    lOtiO    liorner   St.. .S. 619C  N'   Kydd,  906   Davie  St Sey. 9JSS  "S, J HOISTING   ENGINES  ►;. j Bltcliie Con    & Sup. Co..  Granvl.   Bds .S. 9361  *{ INSURANCE.  V    Ceperley,   Rounsefell   &   Co.,   Winch   Bldg.  «i* 1 Sey.   7828  R.   V.   Winch   &  Co.   Ltd.,  Winch   Bldjf.   Sey.  279-1944  INTERIOR   FINLSI1  Evans,   Colemun  &   livans,   it.   Col S. 2988  \V. N. O'Nfcil' Jc Co.. 5i.i Sey. .St. ..S. 479G-479S  Kitchie. Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv.  B'lK- .«. iioi  IRON   AND   STEEL—STRICTLKAL  Can   Northwest Steel  Co.,  Ltd.  Prince   Kd ward   St l'\iir.  2-396-7  Kvans, i.'oi»fHiiiu .*i tCwwi.s Kl. C"i....S. ,'^Sh  Coughlan. .1. A Smhh, World . lildi?... .S. 7*■■".'  Itltc'hiH. Con. & Sun '.'■<., Gntnv. r*.d«. ..S. 9 1«;3  S. M. Morris ii Co. Ltd.. 7120 .„ed;ir Bay. 1043  VV. N. <J Ned *. Co.. 54!- .Sty. .St....S. 1795-179S  T. Watt, l'-!*- Fli'tli Ave. W....F;tir. 97 l  \V'iHiiiiiii..u-r   Iron   VVrjrKi-,   Nnw  V.'.'M.miiMUT     I'liuiiu 3'J  IKON   AND   .STEEL—OKNAAIENT.IL.  Aitistic  Wire &   Iron  Works,   1I2-16  Dufferin    St.     F Pair. 2648  Evans,  Coleman &   Evans,   ft.  Col S. •"U88  S. M. Morris & Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay. I04J  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co.. 5-18 Sey. SI...S. 4795-479*  Pearson Wire and Iron Wks....Fair. 2704  Klicriln Con. & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bcl-R. ..S. 91-fii  T. Watt, 'i'l't Fifth Ave. W...Fair. 971  VVwtniiriHter   Iron   Worka.   Now  VVVsttnlnsler     I'hunv 5^  KALSOMINING  Dixon    A   Murray S.  8705-8766  LATH—METAL  Bvans, Coloman & Evans, Ft. Columb. .S. 29SS  VV.  N.  O'Neil A Co.,.64.< Sey.  «t. ...S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Grnn.   «t S.   J162  LI.ME.  Balfour,   Gut'-rle   &   Co -.3.   9197-CB7B  Evans. Coleman & ICvons. Ft. Columb. ..S. 2-9>f8  Gilley Broa.. Ne%v W<!Htnilnstor. . Phonea IB. IC  XV. X. O'Noll ft Co.. ELI {-"7. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. & Sup. (.:>. . Granville. .S. ill S'l  R. V. Wlneh Co, Ld.. Winch Bd-f-.S. '173-1944  LUMDER  Basiey,  A.  O. & Sons.   Ltd.  Sey.    3l«  .SAFES—VAL'I.T DOOKS  XV.  S   O'Neil .1  Co.,  54S  Sey.  St...3. 4795-47M  SANI>    GRAVEL AND C'RLSIIKO  KOCK  Evans,  Coleman &   Kvann,   tt.  Col S. 2HS8  Gilley Bros., Ltd., .New West.. . Phones 15, 1<  Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv.  B<lg. .S. 91*53  SASH   DOORS.   WINDOWS.   ETC.  VV.  N.  O'Neil .t- Co..  54S  Sey.  St...S. 4795-479«  SHEET  METAL  Centra!  Sheet   Metal   Work;. .Sey. 62«  olllX.LE   JIAM I   VCI I UKUS   ANI>   DKAISERS.  (See   LuitHier   md   .Stiinfrles.)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon   -S-    Murray S.  S765-  R766  SLATE  Ev«Da.  Coleman  ,<i   Hv;ina    rt.   Col S. 2988  ,VV. N O'NuK A Co.. 64S Hey. St.. .S. 4795-4798  it. V. VVitic-h >v Co.. Winch UU1...S. 279-1914  Ritchie, Con. & Sup.  Co.. Granv.   Hdtf. .S. SltlJ  .VI EEL—REINFORCING.  Bali'cur.    Guthrie    *.    Co S. y 1 'J7-fi57S  Evan's,   Coleman  A   Wymih.   ft.   ('ol ,S. 2J8H  STORE   &    1)1-1111':    I I.VITiKES   &    STORK  FRONTS  Dixon   X-   Murray S3765-876S  Evans.   Coleman  A   EvariK.   tt.   Col S. 2!iS8  VV.   N.  O'Neil A- Co.,  54S Se.y.   St...S. 4795-4'i'98  TAR   AND   TI TO 11  The  Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,  10th kV Arlmtus  Bay. 63  Kvans,  Coloman  ft  Evans,   rt.   Col S. 2988  TILE—DRAINING  Kvans. Coleman  ft  EvatiK    Ft. Colum. .S. 298ft  Gilley  Bros..   New  Westminster   ['hones   16. 1$  Rltchla   Con. ft Sup.  Co.. Granv.   Bdg..S. 91Bi  TILE—FLOOR  AND   WALL  Evans,  Coloman ft  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  W.  N.  O'Neil ft Co.,  54.S i-ey.  St. ..S. 4795-47t)8  TIN I'LATES  Balfour.   Guthrie   ft   Co S.   9197-C57*  Evane,  Coleman ft  Evans,   ft.  Col S. Z988  R.   V.  Winch  ft Co..   Winch   Bid...3.    279-1944  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank   ft   Co.,   J142   St.   .-.   4IU0-410I  VACIT.'.M   CLEANING   SVS I'EMS.  Barr   ft   Anderson.   lOfiO   Mokut   t,t S. 61SI  WALL    HOARDS  Evans,  Coleman ft  Evans,   ft.    ,'ol S. 2981  WATEKI'KOOF COA.I'OI'Nil  The  Barrett Co.,  Lid..  I0lhi'»  Arlmtus   Bay. 6.1  Kvans,   Coleman  &   Eviwm,   .'t.   Col S. 2988  <i>  %,\^.&*%*<k*b<v<-b<1b'bfy*b^  Federal   Lurnlier   Co..    KoKura   HUIk S. 3998-9    W.  N.  O'Neil ft Co .  i,4S Si y. St.. .S. 4 796-4(U_j|  MACHINERY WINDOW   SCREENS    '"" ""  r.rown.   Fraser ft Co..   Ltd..   Itr.miT  St. S.  7150    ArliMic  Wire  \-   Iron   Works,   112-1G  C.'ivv.ston  Machinery (.'<>.,  Ltd.,  010  Standard   Rank   BkK' Sey.   0fi7.r.  Darling,  Frank & Co., 114*;  ilomer  1        Street     Sey.   4 100-4101  W. N. O'Neil ft Co., 5 IS 9ey. St. ..K. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. ft Hup. Co., Grnnvl. Bd'K.. S. 91R>  Tho Holdon Co., Ltd.-, 642 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1005.  MACHINE   WORK  Gibbs  Tool   &  Stamping  Works,  356  DufTerin   VV Fair. 2176  Wwrnninnter   Iron  Workn.   New VViPHluiliiHter     i'litmu 03  MANTELS—BRICK.   TILK  AND   WOOD  Bvana,  Coleman ft  Evans,   ft.  Col s. 2988  VV*. N. C'Noll ft Co., 54h Se»y. St. ..B. 4796-4798  RKohls   Con.   &   Suk.   Co.,   Granvlllu. .8. 9162  DntTcrin    St.     K l'.-ur.  2648  S. \I Morris eV Co. Ltd.. 2120 Cedar Bay. Iu4.1  VV .M. O-Ncl ft Co., BIN .ley. .4t. ..H 4 7!'<-4JB*»  f'e.'jr.son   Wire nnd   Iron   Wks.1'air.  2704  WIRE   WORKERS  Artistic Wire iV   iron  Works.   112-16  DufTerin    St.     Iv Fair.  264'?  Pett'fton  Wire and   In'"   Wks.. ,1'air.  27*4  VV'KE ROI'K  Balfour,    Guthrie    ft    '.o     . .S. 9197-B6T»  Evans.  Coleman &  E* -nit,   ft.  Col S. MM  Ritchie Con. ft Hup. I o.. Gr:tuv. LldK..S. 9f<lJ  R   V   Winch  ft  Co.. Winch   Rlrl...R.    279-194*  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The    Barrett   Co..    Ltd.,    10th       Ave.  and   Arbutus   St Day.      (3


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