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 taw  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 16,  No. 20,  Monday, Jan. 27, 1919  Building Material  A>  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550  Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT    If    he    has     a    bank  ACCOUNT.      No    account    Is    to*  small   to  rttoelra a courteous w«l-  coni« at this bank.  Tlta  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   Hastings   St.   W.  3.  T.  lHacDONALD,   Manager  DOMINION  Pressed R R J (^ K Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  •UIXBING   PERMITS   AMOUNTING   TO   $500   OR  OVER ISSUED  AT  TES  VANCOUVER  CITY HAXXi TE8THEDAT  Number  Description  Coat  9822-  -Dwelling   '....»?3,000  II  street  AcIdveBs  JDot   and  BJock  11th Ave. W '. •' '..—-6-82  Subdivision  Architect  ")40    Gardiner & Mercer  1  —- - —    Contractor  A4dr«s«  Own f>r               ':. ..._   -- - ------   - —~-   —— — -,   —-  Owner  Addreas  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  m  _ - Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  PT.OFCOLUMBIA 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  SETMOOI   154  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  -  WINNIPEG  Lumber   Veneer   Panels,  Our Stock is the Moit Complete on the Pacific Coa»t  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" MapSe  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED;  fl   13  1320 Richard. St.  Vancouver, B. C.  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  »5*^£^»v-^c£>«^-»-c£>* J-* fS^- •i**5>'*5*^B*,*.«**5t* *5^c£>-^**^-^*<^ ^♦^**^***I^**'.<**53  \%.  BUILDING PERMITS  THE HOLDEN GO-, Ltd.  GENERAL. RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  SoleAgenUIn Canada Por  .'*-CftIcaio.-::Ph«uOT  Beyer  Riveting  A Chipping   Hammer*;   Little   Glint   Drill.;    Duntley  .*y*r ' Eledtrla-'tools;   Rock Drills;   Air Compressor.;       ■  Fuel Oil and Gas Engine*.  TmmU  542 Pender St W., Vncnrfir I. C,  FhBi* Siy. 1065 J  *r  *  9S19—Canada Prize Range Co.,  alterations, 346 Hastings E., $100.  9820—R. Horsman, garage, 3049 Ontario St., $100;  D. R. Campbell,! contr;  9S21—Wm. . Robinson, storage bldg.,  3636 4th,W., $100; J. Robson,. contr.  BUILDING MATERIAL  TENDERS ARE INVITED  The Vancouver and Districts Joint  Sewerage and Drain^e Board are inviting tenders for thV supply or sand,  gravel* brick and cement  tender appears on page 4.  PERMITS OF LARGEST CITIES       j  Building    permits    issued    by    the |  largest cities  of the country for the!  past year were as follows:  New York :..:„.$49,743,S73  Chicago   .  Cleveland  Detroit   ...  Pittsburg  Seattle   ...  ..34,792,500  ... 16,3S5,S0O  .. -18,194,145  ... 15,452,670  .. 10,899,000  INSTITUTE  MAKES VERY  TIMELY  SUGGESTION  At last Tuesday's meeting of the  civic board of works a communication  was read from the Architectural Institute   of  British "Columbia., drawirigc  FRANK DARLING & GO  66  THOR  5»  Riller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Pistoi 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. 4100  .Notice o*:| attention ;tb the encroachments made  on public property by many residents  in various parts of the city.    The most  common form ofthese, encroachments, j  —    - i as  pointed out by Secretary Fred  L.  jDiade immediately to tlie bulidin  cupied   by   T.  A.   Walsh   & Co.,  at  *,.-  ;'■■. ;FIRES  It is understood that repairs will be|.as  j)0-nted out by Secretary Fred  Lull  oc'l Townley, of the Institute, was that of, '  1   enclosing the parking strips or boule-j  Structural Steel For Every Purfiose  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT 8e SUPPLY CO.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  LTD.  Alexander, street, which was destroyed  vard on either side of the cement side-,  by  fire   Thursday   night.     Johnson   &  Reeve,  407   Hastings  St.   VY\,  are  the  agents for the property.  Phono S«ymour 715S  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  "Goadoa, Bug-.  Montreal  Winnipeg  Toronto  Vancouver, B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  CONSULTATION  THREE   SCHOOL   BUILDINGS  ARE TO   BE  ERECTED SHORTLY  Tenders will be called for soon by  the school board for the erection of  three temporary school buildings. A  four-roomed school building will be  erected at Laura Secord School, a one-  room building at Florence Nightingale  School, and a two-room building at tlie  I Macdonald School. As soon as the  I plans are completed -a notice of same  will appear in the Record.  INSPECTION - TESTS  STEEL      CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     R/VLS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg.  . Phone Seymour 2199  C«manV Te»tlmr I*tooratory, Boom 1601; Pnyslcal Tentinff "taooraUry, Room Bl  Resident Inspector at Large Manufacturing Centers  EXTENDING WATER SERVICES  extensions    to    the    city's  Several  water services in residential  sections  Galley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS ll\  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  Al! Kinds of Building Material  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  of the city were approved by the civic  water committee at its meeting last  Tuesday. One instance was where a  gap of some 300 feet existed in the  main in the SOO block on Fourteenth  avenue west, in order to provide a  11 couple of new houses in that block  •.with water service, a li'M'-foot extension ot 2-inch pipe was authorized, to  cost $lof>. A number of residents on  Howard street, between Tenth and  Eleventh avenues, who had been temporarily deprived of water through  their small main getting choked up  with a deposit of oxidized clay, had  the trouble remedied by the city engineer ordering tlie small pipe to be  replaced with 2-inch, at a cost of $!'0.  walks   in   many   streets   in   the   residential sections without permission to  do so.  In other cases makeshift fences  were   put   up    to    protect    boulevard  lawns and left standing long after the  grass had grown to the stage where it  did not need protection.   All these instances, it was pointed out in the communication,    tended    to    reduce    the ;  available space for children to play in. |  Consequently    many    children    were !  forced  to  play out  in  the  roadways, j  to their own imminent danger as well !  as    that    of    motorists    and    vehicle i  drivers generally.  The communication was referred to  City Engineer Fellowes for report at \  the next meeting of the board. It is j  understood that action in regard to i  these 'practices had been suggested by \  city hall officials several times in the/  past. The city engineer's department '  is already reported to have a list of j  encroachments made without any per  mission.  8BAM8, CUAlfJ!rBI.S, ABGImES, PLATES, TEES,  COKtTMira  COMFImSTBImY EQXnPPEB 7ABBICATZNO  SHOTS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  VancouTM, *. c.  Fa.lr-as.oal 2396 and 2397  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORK!! C0.1TD  IVSHBwork Contracts  Union   Depot    '■ 1916  Can.   NortUem   Rly.   Depot 1917  Calgary  Armory    1918  KoBBlfUul   Hisrh   School 1918  Tranquillo   Sanitoriam    1918  Phone Westminatar 473  Our stoa.m lu-uted plant enables us  to imim.ifuctiu't- Vuiiucr Work al any  season  of  tlie  year.  We uru now ttiann tat'tuiiitu Interior  titLinyH for tin* new U. l.\ Telephone  Buil(lli!4r'.s hoail olUce in Quarter Cut  Oak.  1259—6th St.,  East Burnaby  FEDERAL  BUILDING  PROPOSED   FOR  TRAIL  TRAIL.—Last   week's   decision    by  j the Trail Board of Trade to make an  j active campaign  for the erection of a  federal building in this city—now that  the war is over and the readjustment  period is beginning, when it will be  public policy to give work to returned  soldiers and others—was right in line  with what many persons have been  wishing for a long time. The time  has arrived for a government building  in Trail, and if the people will hack  up tlie board of trade in their efforts  for if, it will be one improvement that  should and will take place during the  year 1919.  NEW  COUNCIL  TAKES   FIRM  STAND   ON   OLD   BUILDINGS  «  Judging  by  the  action  of  the  civic  health and  building committee of the  city  council  at  its  initial   meeting of  the   year   last   Monday,  the  new   city  council  intends  to  take  a  firm  stand  now   in   regard   to   the   utilization   of i  various old buildings in the city which i  have not only long since outlived their  usefulness,  but also no longer comply j  with the provisions of the city's build- ]  ing bylaw.    The new city council had |  a chance to show its readiness to back !  up   the   city   building   inspector    aim j  other departments  concerned  when  a i  second  application  was  made  by   the I  owners of the old laundry building at  71!:-!   Powell   street   for  permission   to  ! use the premises for a laundry.    The  application had previously been turned  down   by  City   Building  Inspector  McKenzie, and tlie 10IS council endorsed  his  stand on   the  matter.  In his second report on the buiiding  in question, in reply to the renewed  application of the present owners, the  British America Trust Company.  Building Inspector -McKenzie stated  that the building did not comply with  the present building bylaw in regard  to   structural    and    sanitary    require-  iContlnueil  on  page   <.)  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts. Tie Bolts.        We are  prepared to  furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH  COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  We have just received a large shipment  of  COI^SVaQN  BRICK  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561   Granville  Street  KSaESaBOEEi  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. C. Phone 53 BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday,   Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A   newspaper   of  general   circulation,   featuring  Bmlding. Contracting, Engineering, Industrial,   SbiplniiUiinfj,   Mining,   Automobile,   Pro.  vincial,   City  ;imi  Harbor  Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and   Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF .431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription  Bates  , One month   :. St.00  Six   months    : ,.$5.00  All subscriptions are  payable strictly in advance  OP-FICIAr. ORGAN,  The British Columbia Record Is the  official organ of The .Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The .Royal Architectural Institute of  Canada, and The, ICngineeriiiK & Technical Institute of British Columbia, and  as such is used by them as the medium j  through which to make their official announcements  to   the general  public. '  By such selection the British Colum-,  bia Record; is no wise pledged to editorial support of any policy advanced  by these sopieties, but maintains an absolutely independent position on all matters subject to editorial opinion.  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  N. Gi Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  interior Finishes  fashion, or the world will starve to  death in the mid-ocean of life, much  the same as Russia has prospects of  doing right now unless the Allies at  the peace conference can agree on  some rapid-acting measure of relief.  Surely with the assurance dawning  of peace among the nations, we are  not going to be such fools as to cut  one another's throats at home!  A NATION QUITS WORK  present anarchistic existence is showing, as perhaps has never been seen  so vividly in the world before, the  fallacy of stopping the production of  wealth. There we see a nation that  has quit work. There has been a  general walk-out, and somebody has  plugged the whistle.. In many cases  this did not seem'"sufficient, so the  former employer has been shot and  the factory burned. Now there is no  place to work, no work to do, and no  one knows how to find work and organize it.  It does not pay to throw the captain and mate overboard"unless someone aboard can navigate the ship. We  must all keep sailing along in orderly  MINING  Rock Candy operations on the North  Fork,    eighteen    miles    from    Grand  Forks, are now employing S2 men, and  The experience of Russia under her |.gootl   nrogress   is   being  made  in   de-  velopment   work,   according, to   Supt.  D. Matheson.  The, tram line being built by the  company to convey the ore from the  mine to the bunkers for shipment, is  now nearing completion and will be  ready for operations next month. At,  the bunkers a mill is being built''for J  the purpose of grinding the ore to almost flour-like consistency, in which  form it will be shipped to the various  chemical plants.  The site of ■ the mill is about two  miles north of Lynch creek, to which  an extension of the Kettle'Valley railway is now being built. Work on this  railway is now making good progress,  a bridge across Lynch creek now being built and the right-of-way got in  readiness, though it will take'a couple  jot months at least to put the extension in shipping shape.  SO.  VANCOUVER PERMITS  2971—J. A. Byers, raise dwell., 1S36  23rd Ave. E., $500.  2972—-E. G. Aulenbacher, hen house,  5873  Prince Edward,  $40.' "  2973—J. Grayson, raise house, 3775  Fleming St., $70.  2974—T. A. Longstaff, dwelling, 5S75  Alinadale St., $1,000.       '  2975—A. W.' Owens, move house,  Lanark St., $100.  BUSINESS ITEMS  B.   C.   INCORPORATIONS.  During the past week certificates of  incorporation were granted to the un-  dernoted concerns: British American  Land and Trading Company, Limited,  capital $25,000, head oflice at Victoria;  j Howards, Limited, $50,000, Vancouver; Railwav Porters' and Waiters'  '29I6T:J; Batt'erliam' Uarn,-2S40, 50th j Association, $10,000, Vancouver;  Sterl-,  ing Oil Company. Limited, $250,000,  000, Vancouver; Dairy Products, Limited,. $100,000, Vancouver; Firs, Limited,  $15,000, Vancouver; Pioneer Water  Power Development Company, Limited,  $50,000, Vancouver; Ocean View Development Company, Limited, $25,000,  Vancouver; Sam Scott, Limited, $50,-  000, Vancouver; Scandinavian Press,  Limited, $25,000, Vancouver.  Endorsed by leading  architects, used in fine  installations 'everywhere^ because it does  give heating satisfaction.  C.A. DUNHAM COJVSPANY,Ltcl.  Branch    Sales    Office,,  Vancouver,    B.   C.  D.   G.   BBISOW,   Manag-er  Phone Sey.  Sufi7 .. ■I2fi   Standard  Bank  JSIcls;.  St. E., $50.  2977—F. S. Wright, barn, 2927 Van-  ness,, $100.  297S—M. Proctor, alter dwelling, 246  43rd Ave. E.,.$350.  Rossland's new fine brick school  building—to replace the one destroyed by fire last year—was occupied for  the first time on Monday of last  week.  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  VLTD.  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Howe St  Sey. 376B--Bajr.B28R  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  "BIO" Arc Light Carbons  601   Pender St. W., Vancouver  Let us quote you on your  requirements   ■  100% Service.^  Make- a note of this:;;  PRICES   LOWER  Slight reductions in the price of lumber and Manila rope are noted in the  building   trade    today.    Lumber   now,  quoted at $17.50 per M, is reduced from  $19.5.0,  in   December,  while  the  price  per pound of % to lVi-inch Manila rope  has dropped 10 cents, the price today  being   24   cents,   as   compared   to   34  cents    December    IS.    Wood    paving  block, lf>-lb. treatment, has been withdrawn   from   the   market.     Prices   on  cement, sand and  gravel, paving and  common brick, sewer pipe and hollow  building tile remain the same as last  month.  r~  The  and  PAVING  MATERIALS  -*\  Company  LIMITED  VANCOUVER OFFFICE and FACTORY  Cor. Tenth Ave; & Arbutus St.  COAL  TAR  PRODUCTS  .^  H.D.Rees    W.A.Kmse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC |   SUPPLIES  WIRING  and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E.CHRYSTAL & COMPANY  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and  Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  Phone Seymour 1878.  Baynes & Morle  General    Contractors  83S Howe St.  Siraiv N8I  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making Fixture*  tymci-r 1163   • 735 MaclM St  :    Davies  Construction Co.  , General    Contractors  Crtdit-Foncjtf Brig. Vaocamr, B.C-  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  II  I  R. V.WIINCM & CO., Limited  Vanoeuver and Victoria  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  ■Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinets, etc.  Switches  designed  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 Zt Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Wt-  -po-cLO-wr-trd  tabixis shows' Bxm.Dncas  costiwo   $5,000   ob   over,   on   which   cowstbuctiow   is  ^^  UNDEBWAT, OBOS WHICH OOHTHACT8 HAVE BEEIT LET BUT COHSTBT7CTZOH NOT TET STASTED.  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  519 Rictortfs St. Seyaov 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Siynoar 3535 601 Pacific tlig.  25,000  9,000  10,000  4,000  6,666  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 London Bldg.  Seymour 6506  —',?  G. Kilgren  General Contractor  962 Nth Ave.  Fa'rmont 94cI  Character  .Coat  Residence     $7,508  Tuberculosis   Clinic      47,130  Grain   Elevator    70,000  Church   35,009  Commercial  Bldgs   ->= nnn  Kesidenee       Residence      Residences    each  Brick   Building   UunfjalowB        o,  Residence      7,000  Residence    . %...   7500  Bungalow '7595  Residence  $5,000'  I'owHered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Dwelling       5,000  Residence  ......       8,000  Remodel   Boarding   Hause. $5,000  Two  Story  Brick $20,000  Residence $10,000  Kesldence    $9000  Dwelling ..   $6,500  Temporary Hosp  $30,000  Liquid   Air   Plant    ..$25,000  Residence   $7,000  VANCOUVER  location     Owner  Shaughnessy   Heights F.   A.   Dietrick  Pender Street   Rotary Club  Beach Ave  . .Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St... First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview and P»int  Grey.. University of ii.  C.  Shaughnessy  Heights S.  J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy" Heights   .......G.   W.   Tornroos  Angus ' Ave..; •. Macaulay  It   Nlcolls  Seymour  St B.  C. Tel.  Co.  Magee....... Allan   &   Richards  2875  Alder  Street A.   R.   McFarland  1906 Trafalgar  ^. „.W. A. Cantelon  14 3 » 15th Ave. W..... H.-D. Christie  S.E.   C»r,   Maple & Mage« Rd. C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St. B.'C.   Sugar Refinery  1946   llth   Are.  W: John  T.   MacDonald  Shaughnessy. Heights P. W. Raccy  1.4-4 7  Barclay St Confed Life Ass'n  92-98 Pender FJ... Mrs.  Chance. Wong Co.  Shaughneesy   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...I/Air Liquid Society  Shaughnessy    Frederick   Perkins  Palmer Bros.  General    Contractors  929 Main St Seymour 4873  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seytmrar 1274  866 Metrofwftaji Bldg.  Character  „  Coat  42-Mile   Extension 300,000  Government    Shod       I'ridtfe  (2  span)      Lining   Tunnel 250,000  Reconstruction       160,000  N'ilrogeii   Plant       125,000  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,   etc    50,000  Kail road      1,000.000  Infirmary   and   Service    Bldg $151,236  Bridge        I'riilgc        full/  ,!i  Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Cold Storage A Caunery $150.00"'  Residence            5.000  Twelve   Cottages    $19,000  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  ■Location   _   Owner  Clinton       Victoria        Princeton       Rogers   Pass      North Vancouver . .  Lake BunUcn . . Amer  Copper -Mountain . . . .  Chit   (!hua . . .   P.C.K.    Railway       Government  ..Kettle   Valley   Railway   C.   P.   Railway   Wallace   Shipyard  Nitrogen   Products   Co.   I".   C.   Copper   Co.  Queen   Hess   Mining   Co.  Arch-t.  ContT.  Fred  h.  Townley. S. J.  Newitt  J. A.   Benxie Baynes  &   Horie  H.  H; .Gillingham   '..   Owners  Matheson & DcGucrrc   Owners  Sharp   <fc   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  Fred   L.  Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fred.   h.   Townley John   R.   Sterling  Fred L. Townley  Day Labor  H. D. Christie  ..W. J. Read  Fred   L.   Townley G.   M.   Champicjn  Fuller   Engineering  Co. .Can.   N.W.   Steel   Co.      Owner  fa«.  A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  .'. _ H.   R.   Glass  E. FJ. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J. Newitt  Eclwardes Sproat S. J. Newitt    G. Milne  Owners  Owners  Owners  S.  J.  Newitt  Fred ' L.  Townley G. M. Champion  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •Pi.  •B-C^ELEi:tRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  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 hnsiness you  will do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk tkt  matter over Avith you.     Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 Homer-Richards Lane-  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  Princeton   to  Copper  Nit.... P..   C.   Copper  Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuherculosis   Society  Oyster    River—Comox    Dift.. .Prov.    Govciin't    Prov.   Pub.   Wks  Dept.. . kobcrlsnn  iV   Part  englishman 9   River,   Alberni    Dist.. Prov.Govt  Heaver Cove. . Beaver Cove Lumber tc  Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  CInyoquot. . . .Clayoquot Cold Stor. & Can. Ox  Eburne    T.    FT.   Heather  Squamish P.   G.  IS.  Rwy.  Arch   Contr.   Northern    Const.   Co.   K.   MoncrietT   ArniMtrniig,   Mrirrison   t""-   Co..   Ltd   Carter,   11 nils  &   AI..Iiiig>:r   ffodgsoti  .S-   Kiitcr  Owners         Owners  ( nvniTi        flwner   W.    P.   Ticrney  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co,  Prov.    Pub.    Wks.    Dept Wm.    Greenlee?        Owners  Public   Works   Dept Hodgson   &   King     Owners  )wner   S.  .1.  Nowitt      Tho.s.   Carson  ADAM  JACK  Brick  Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  l-llffHIancI 728 2021 Wall St.  VANCOUVER,  B. C-  PILI  AND  OLES  RUSH & READ  -PT.AIW      AND      ORNAatBNTA"*",  PIiASTEBIWO    &    CEM£"SrT    WOBK  AU  Work  Guaranteed.  liay. zz~o  Day.  1C02-R  2;■ 06  Stophona  St.  H. A. WHes  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8tt Are. W. BayylfiK 2278  95HBRE3  T£3?KSE!!l  , LIMITED  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  lvti,,,,iaftt;.'.UJi,rfir[r<,^i;v."hT«;i,i'lx*i)tT^'-TT;T-"; ■■. Vipsa-  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length -- any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Seymour 3998-3999  "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. <    •''.'   ■»"'.■""„■!'■'''■■■t9>i,'Vifip  if  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ■  MOUSE   PAINTS  •*5 Colors,  $*i.2fi  Gallon  Oil and Creosote Shingle Stains  $1.20  Gallon  (Marine   Paints  ANTI-DAMP—Everyone   tTses   It  W.  S.  HARVEY  MFG.  CO.  1063 Granville St. Sey. 3497  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Mannfacturers •  Ornamental Iron Work and  all  tinas   of  "Wiro Work.  II 2-1G   Dufferin   St.  l-'uir.   2G4S  SHIPPING AND FOREIGN TRA  .Seymour Tire & Rubber  jiiiwif ir——————•*-  --■   ■  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  1851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  IN  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY    SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND  MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS   COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and  Company  ESTABLISHED   1886  9 Hastings St. W. Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820  COKTSTRUCTJCO"*"'  NOTES   OV  IJS'TESJEST  PEOM  CHILE  Harbor Worlis, Valparaiso  According to tin; ollieial report of the  government director of the Valparaiso  harbor works in construction, considerable, progress has been made during,tlie  Past month of .October, in the i'unta.  i-juprat mole, the custom house wharf,  I Im drainage collector, the government  pier, the mooring  wharf and sea wall.  wuring the year the contractors,  i\l'.ssrs. Pearson and .Son. has produced  31^ y ,0-10 tons of concrete. The total  amount of work done to flare amounts to  a value of $ 1 0.S70.21 1 .*i-l gold of. J Sri., or  say ;.:•:.M per cent, of the total value- of  the  contract,  A hill, is before Congress soliciting  power to '"authorize, the president of the  republic lo contract bv public tender, in  conformity with the designs and conditions prepared by the Commission de  I'uerlos. for the termination of the  breakw:.<t'. r of the port of Valparaiso *o-  Kether  with   the  complimentary   works.  Tenders are to be invited in "chile and.  abroad, within the next six months; The  eoiitract is not to exceed £ 1,170,000  sterling.  Sea  Wall  at  Coqui-nbo  The government, is asking tor, tenders  ior the construction,of an esplanade and  st a wall at Coquimbo, of reinforced  concrete, '  This Is a portion, 1 L'fl metres in length,  to '111 .the gap between the existing  wharf and the Tonkin pier. The depth  ol" water here is )'•; metres. The cost  is estimated at $::<;:>.000,  Government to  Buy  a Bailway  I        •   -  -     .  government   i.s   petitioning   'Con-  i     Th<  | gress for the" sum of £1,800,000 sterlin,-,,  i for the purpose of buying out the in-  ! terests of the English company In the  \ line in course of construction  from  I.ebu  to  bos  Sauces,  and   the  subsequent construction of the  Port-of Lebu.  The minister of war is offering a troop  of   .'{00   sappers . for   assistance    in     the  railway completion works.  Construction of a Port at Constitution  A group of deputies are energetically  pushing forward a bill in Congress, to  authoi'ize the construction of the Port  of Constitucion. together with the necessary regional railway lines to complete the /.one of attraction.  Amongst these latter are the following: Prolongation of 'the Hualaue to  JJlncanton line,to Constitticion; union of  tlie Curico to Ilualane with that of Sari  'Fernando to,-Pichelemu, connecting the  stations of parranol arid Peralillo; and  tlie .construction of the lines from  Curico to Ia> Queries, towards tlie east  of Curico. These will be all orie'irietre  gauge. It is also proposed to lay a light  railway from Lincimton to Las Juntas,  for the service of Las Salinas.  credit ratings or assume responsibility  as to the .standing' of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all   cases.  LATEST   EETQtjraXES.  The following inquiries are the latest  received. < For rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glance items ot interest by noting tlie class of goods mentioned   at   the   end   of   each   Inquiry.  IMPORTANT—Quote the number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence..  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding  these ^inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "The  Commercial Intelligence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to quote  the. number of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Re-  nest for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and state opportunity  numb/-?.     The  Bureau   does   not   furnish  SERVICI  CARS  ^v  TIRE  REPAIRS  Retreads,   plain   or  no*! - skids,  sections, etc.  Tires, Tubes  in stock.  AUTO:-?  REPAIRS  Engines overhauled,  valves ground,  brakes relined,  etc.  Oils and  greases.  in stock.  PHOIVE  SEY. 11S4.  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B.C.  FACT vs. FANCY  37. Box and "Willow Calf.—A firm of  London .leather merchants wish to get  in touch with a'Canadian manufacture*  of box  and  willow  calf.  38. Representation in tlie United  Kingdom.—A British firm of manufacturers' representatives, with headquarters in London and arrangements for the,  marketing of goods throughout the  United Kingdom, wishes to get in touch  with Canadian manufacturers of the following articles, with a view to representing them as sole agents, either on  a commission or buying basis: -Malleable  iron iron steam fittings, electrical plant  and equipment for all purposes, including shipbuilding, brass fittings, pumps.  forgings, machine tools, etc., tools of all  kinds, wood manufactures, chemicals,  household laundry machinery. toys,  metal  fittings  for fancy goods.  39. Representation in the British  West Indies.—A former official of the  British Guiana government, who has  lived in Canada for some years, proposes  to make a business trip through the  British West Indies and would like to  represent  Canadian   firms.  10. A Jamaisan commission agent,  located al Kingston, wishes to represent  Canadian manufacturers of all lines of  manufactured goods.  ....41 Agencies.—A   leading   firm   of  St.  John's, deal ing in lead, tin, zinc, and  manufactures thereof: galvanized iron,  sheet iron, trunks, axe and pick handles,  etc., spices, jellies, coffee,- and other  standard grocery lines, tweeds, hessian,  etc.. desires coirfhiunieation with Canadian exporting firms of these commodities.  42. Agricultural Machinery.—A farmers' co-operative society operating inV  the Transvaal.'are'prepared to purchase  from Canadian manufacturers gang  plows, harrows, drag, cultivators, planters, mowers (cutting only, not blndir*g(,  shellers   and   graders.  43. Canned Fish, Fruit, and Vegetables.—A French agency would like to  secure the representation of Canadian  exporters of canned fish,-canned fruits,  and canned vegetables.  44. Asbestos.—A French, commission  house "would like to fret in touch with  Canadian  exporters of asbestos.  . 45.-." . Pulp.—A   French agent  wishes  to  represent -Canadian  pulp  rnari.ufaetur.jrs..  46. "Metals.—A Paris commission  agent 'wishes to get intu touch with  Canadian   exporters  of   i.iela.s.  47. Foodstuffs.—A French agent invites correspondence from Canadian  producers of canned .goods, meats, fish,  etc. ■  48. Foodstuffs.—An agent in Mons.  Belgium, weil acquainted with the Belgian trade, wishes to obtain the representation for Belgium of foodstuffs:  Canned iish., meat. hams, vegetables, etc.  49. Canned Salmon, Canned "Gobster,  and Foodstuffs.—An important 'French  concern is willing to accept the representation for France and adjacent countries- of Canadian manufacturers and  producers. ,  50. Agency.:—A French commission  !Ti"-ent wishes to eret the representation  j.of any. Canadian firms.  V; 51. '-Canned Fears , and Apples.—-A  [^"Liverpool firm is in the market for 500  j'to 1,000. cases of the above. • *■-*•—.  I 52. Sugar Corn.—A Liverpool firm  tasks to be placed in touch with exporters of the above, with a view to fucure  .business. .- .••■*■  ;:    53.    Apple    Ring's.—A   Liverpool   firm  [{Wishes   to- hear   from   exporters   of   the  j;above, Avith a view to future business  'ii    54.    Canned     Apples     and     Feant-  {."Liverpool   Arm   wishes   to   get> into .corn-  j-rriunication  with  exporters of. the above,  i\    55.    Canned Fears.—A  Newcastle  firm  j'asks to  be placed in  touch  with exporters of the above.  .(.,    5(5.    Canned      Tomatoes,      Peas      and  ?(earns.—A    Newcastle   firm    asks    to    be  laced  in   touch,   with  a  view   to  future  business.    ■ '    *  ,-.'■ 57. Cattle Feeding Stuffs.—A Liverpool firm wishes to hear from shippers  o<- thir- above. especially "mscd cuksh  "and hay. with a. view to purchase as  soon as conditions permit.  ':; 58. Canned Tomatoes, Fears and Gallon AppIeB.—xV Newcastle, firm wishes to  hear from exporters of the above, with  a view-to business as soon as conditions  f permit..  . 59. Canned Meats.—A Newcastle firm  asks to be placed in communication with  exporters of canned meats, with a view  !to business as soon as conditions permit..  6C.    Formaldehyde—A      Leeds      firm  (.wishes  to get into touch  with exporters  "of 40 per cent, formaldehyde.  61. Apples.—A Cardiff firm asks for  offers of apples up to 2,000 or 3,000 barrels.  62. .Aoples.—A Bristol firm asks for  quotations on box or barrel apples for  early  shipment.  63. Apples—A Cardiff firm wishes to  be placed in communication with exporters of barrel apples.  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  BUSINESS MEN  will-find the  ORPriEUM GAPE  an ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of.  Everything, IVoinpt Service,  Moderate 'Charges. Seating  capacity  200.  Opposite  Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer, iVoprietor & Chef  COMMERCE  ONE  TON  TRUCK  A year ahead' of other  trucks — the only truck  having everything necessary on it when you buy  it.  Sullivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.  1260 Granville.  STANDARD MOTORTRUCKS  .Literally a standard truck  throughout. Continental  Ked Seal Motor, Timke'n-  David Brown worm gear  on all nodels, Brown-type  "transmission, Spieer universal .joints.  Two, three, and a half 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 2794  Office. Sey. 7075-  Res., Fair. 213SL  J. H. Healey  OFTOMETBIST  Glasses: fitted   for  the  relief of -$11  kinds    of    eye    strain    and    nervous  headache.  825 Birks .Bldg-.  Vancouver, B. C.  DBXTGZ-ESS    HEAIOHJJ  ^    W.J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB, BUSINESS MAN  There is lots of room at the top, but  it takes a live wire to "'get and stay  there. If there is no juice to feed  the wire, what then? If you want to  know how to keep up the §upply, see  me.    See next advertisement.  92 8 , and , 929 B iris , Buildingy-  Seymour ,603;..   : .        .:$eymour 7248R  'the II  ,»:.-v:|  LAjkt and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570  Bichard*  St.  'Phone   Seymour   175  i a  ABBOTS FORD HOTEL  VANCOUVER, B. C.  — Fireproof  HOUSE  PRIVATE  BATHS  LOUNGE  AND.PARLOR  Central -  1   2  0  - Quiet  r\  O   O   M  Modern  THE  BUSINESS  MAN'S  DINING  ROOM  WRITING* ROOM  Rates   from   $1. OO   per  PHONE SEYMOUR 5860  day  (PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK;  ANCE, rather thau APPEARANCE, is what counts in the wear  daily irrind.    Paint soon fails to  ijniKl,  never yet PAID  a single repair  but PERFORM-  and tear of the  cover up defective construction, and promises have  bill.  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.  LITTLE G8AI  ©TOR TRUCKS  are  our  built not for looks but for service—not morel  Mil  aims.  lo JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS  are  ■sold  point by-point in comparison with other  in  every  trucks.  ease where superiority >'s tested  The faet that 72% of LITTLE GIANT sales  customers is the final proof.  last vear were re-sales to satisfied  Don't tako onr word for it-ask LITTLE  G1AJNT owners  and efficiency of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  GIANT  owners about the depend-  ability, economy  INSIST UPON RECORDS OF PERFORMANCE, NOT PROMISES OF PERFECTION.  \V  "We guarantee »  vaporize tlie fuel  lower operating cost than any othor Truck on the market,  and Thermo syphon steam into the cylinders.  0%  Your service  no Cost to you.  work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  Hevniour  28-1  I-2S-1;")  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  [ 1. Iron, Steel and Other Manufactar  ers.—A London lirm of manufacturers*  ruprt sentat i\ fs wish to secure the sole  representation ui:uii a commission or  buying basis of t'atiadiati manufacturers of tin: t'lilbiWin.K floods: Malleable  iro.i <teani !ittii:,i;s; eleitrieal plant and  equipment for all purposes. ineludiiiK  .shii.'huildirt',': bras^ linings; pumps:  for^ui'rs; .staiupin.->: machine iixj's.  ele.: tools of all kinds: wood manufactures: chemicals; household laundry machinery; toys; metal littitiKs for fancy  Koods.  etc.    '  2. Buckwheat Flour.—A London company, handling several Canadian products, wishes In Ket into touch with  Canadian   producers   of   buckwheat   flour.  3 Maple.—A London manufacturing  company wishes to purchase manufactured maple direct from Canadian mills  cutting it. and would be glad to hear  from those able to fill orders.  4. Manufacturers' Ajrent, leaving- for  Kngland end of January, would be glad  to hear from Canadian manufacturers  desiring representation In London, Kng-  land. where he Is to establish an office  of the company. Over twenty years'  experience In London, England, and seven  years in Canada.  5. "Wooden Bandies.—A (Jlasgow firm  asks for quotations on broom and other  wooden   handles.  6. Enoniolwaro.—A Glasgow house is  in need of household enamelware of all  descriptions.  7. Talc.—A Glasgow firm is open to  import talc in fp<) to 100 ton lots, also  cut   slice   talc.  8. Barytes.— A Glasgow house asks to  hear  from  Canadian  exporters.  9. Gallon Apples and Canned Traits.  —A Glasgow Drill in a. position to place  large orders desires lo receive quotations,  10. Canned Voirctables.—Some Glasgow  produce brokers would like to enter into  negotiations with Canadian shippers of  p'atiued vegetables with a view lo business   as   soon   as   enndilions   permit.  11. "Flour  nnd  Grain.—A   lb.-] fast   tlrm  (Continued  on   Page   -I.)  can be used in a  hundred ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about  adapting  gas to   your   needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carrall and Hasting Sts. 'Phone Seymour 5000  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  For over eisfht vears FEDERALS  have been built by a strong, well financed  company whfch has devoted its enersfies  to Motor Trucks Exclusively  why tiiey are Built right—Ask  f-iSgs-i'i  Tucker R/iotor Company  That's  Seymour 3585  833 Pender St. West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co.  Detroit BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS'1  A. G. BAGLEY &  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  ONS Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS  P5VA  ffis-nromwifiro^  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,   METAL   CHECKS,  TIME   CHECKS,  KEV    TAOS,   BRASS    SIGNS,    NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND EAlli PRICES  PHONE SEY.  •X*f-v 'i&'rf■*****&  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  (Continued from paffe  1)  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  F. A. Jones, MgT.  WHARF BUILDING;  ,   BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Jug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front St. New Westminster  Telephone 1015  merits for a laundry. It had been  originally built for a small laundry  many years ago, before there were any  very stringent requirements as to  buildings erected in No. 1 fire limits.  The building at.present could not be  made to comply with the regulations  for. a laundry structure, Mr, McKenzie stated, consequently he had  been advised by City Solicitor Jones  to "assume that the building was no  longer fit for laundry purposes."  This ruling of the city solicitor and  the recommendation of the city building inspector that a permit be refused  for a laundry,  was  endorsed  by the  aldermen without any discussion oi*. a  dissenting vote.    As further evidence  of  their  stand  on  such   matters,' the  aldermen declined to hear a representative of the owners who was present.  It is understood that a similar stand  will  be taken by at least a majority  of the present council in regard to further extensions of special permits for  various old buildings in the city being  used  for sundry purposes  in   contravention or evasion of the cit ybylaws.  While every allowance was made during war times for the financial stringency and the general disinclination'to  start   any   work   that   would    detract  from war-winning energies, the aldermen consider that time is  past now  and there is no longer any excuse.for  allowing   these  old   buildings    to    be  used for such purposes when they do <  not  meet  bylaw  requirements. .■-..■'.  I! irks   Building  W.K-< <:i*-r  Van-  •iighed,   710-713  couver, B. C.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a Chartered  Bank, payable to the Honorable the  Minister of Public Works, equal to  ten Per Cent. (1.0%) of the amount  of tender, which will be forfeited if  the person tendering declines to enter  into a contract when called upon to  do so, or fails to complete the contract.  If the tender be not accepted, the  cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  F.'H. SHEPHERD,  Superintendent of Dredges.  Department of Public Works, Canada,  'Vancouver, 13. C, January 22nd, 1918.  The .■regular January meeting of  T*he Architectural Institute of  British Columbia will be held at  1019 Metropolitan building, Tuesday,  January 28th, at 1:00 p. m.   '<  BUHNERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  316 Moved to 5X6 PENDER ST., W.  BMBB8KaBt.fBHB5^^  Business Directory and  Buyers5 Guide  When Buying Building; Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  (Continued   from   page   3)  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES. OFFICE  uA STORE FITTINGS  - *;-.;.  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALS0MINING  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1965 Dunsmuir St.  ! VANCOUVER  AND DISTRICTS  !. JOINT    SEWERAGE     AND  DRAINAGE.BOARD  Section  No. 8        ,  Tenders are invited for the supply  of the following materials:  Gravel, cubic yards... ..,1,200  Sand,  cubic yards      750  Bricks .75.000  Cement, barrels 2,500  All tenders must be submitted on or  before January 31, 1919, on forms  which, together with specifications and  conditions, can be obtained from A. D.  Creer, engineer to "the board,. 409-410  Credit Foncier Building.  The-right to reject any or all tenders  is reserved. " .  W.> HOGG, Secretary-Treasurer.  401   Credit  Foncier  Building,   Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B. C.  PUBLIC   WORKS  OF CANADA  BRITISH     COLUMBIA*" DREDGING  FLEET  Sealed tenders will be reecived by  wishes to set into touch with exporters  of llour, barley, oats, wheat, rye, etc.,  with a view to future business.  12. Cereal roods.—A Belfast firm  makes  inquiry  for the  above.  13. Cattle and Pig- Foods.—A Glasgow  importer asks to be placed in touch  with  Canadian packers.  14. Gallon Apples.—A G las row importer asks to be placed in touch with  Canadian" naclcers.  15. Skimmed Milk Powders.—A Glasgow firm would like to hear from Canadian   exporters.  1G. Ealed Hay.—A Glasgow firm  wishes to hear from exporters of the  above with a view to business as soon  as conditions  permit..  17. Kitchen Chairs.—A Belfast firm  who have been importers of the above,  knocked down, from Canada before the  war, wish to be placed in touch with  exporters with a view to business as  soon as  conditions* permit.  18. Carbon Black.—A Glasgow firm  who has been importing the above from  the United States wish to hear from  Canadian   exporters.  19. Ricemeal.—A Glasgow firm ,is prepared to import the above in 25-ton lots.  20. Asbestos, Engine and Pump Packing's, India Rubber Goods, Engineers'  Machines and Tools.—A Glasgow firm  making a specialty of supplying' engineers' and public works requirements in  the engineering- line, are open to consider -representation of manufacturers of  the above, either as purchasers or sole  agents.  21. Canned Salmon.—A Belfast firm  who import the above in 2,000 case lots  for business as soon as conditions permit. ■'.■'-■  32. Gallon Apples, Peaches and Pears.  ■—A Belfast firm importing the above in  1,000 case lots asks to be placed in touch  with exporters. .      •  23. Gallon Apples and C>nned Traits.  —A Glasgow firm wishes to import 3,000  to 4,000 cases of. gallon apples and. 1,000  cases  of canned  fruits. .  24. Butter and Cheeae.—A ..Leith^firrn  wishes to get into' communication' with  exporters of the above with' a view to  business  as soon ai*  conditions permit.  .. 25. Cheese.-r—A Belfast,firm..makes inquiry for cheese in 500 box lots, with a  view to business as soon as conditions  permit.  26.   "Ens-inee-ring-     Agencies.—A   South  ARCHITECTS  SUPPLIES  Dominion  lllue  Prim  Co., Key.   2497-4070  ARCHITECTURAL  TERRA   COTTA  Kviius,   Coleman  &   Kvans,   Ltd ...Sey.   29X8  O'Neli,   Win.   N.   Co.,   Ltd !. Key.   .|7!)r,  lUtchii' Contr.   Ac, Kup.   Co., .Ltd. Sey,  9102  ASPHALT  FELT  Kvnii.s,   Coiemnn  Ai   Kvans,   Ltd Key.   29S8  Tlie   Hnrrett  Co..   Limited.. , liny,   (ill  '   AUTOMOSIIE   INSURANCE  Ccpcrley,   Kotinseiell   &   Co; : Sey.   7820  BANKS  Home lliuiU of Canada Hey.  5270  BANK,   OFFICE   &   STOBE    FITTINGS  Junius  liroolics Woodwki!.  Co..  Ltd West.  ATJ  BLUE PRINTS  Doinlnluu  P.lue  I'rlnt  Co Sey.   "2107-4070  MARBLE   AND   ONYX  Kvans,  Coleman  A-  Kvnns.  Ltd '. Sey.  O'Neil,   Win.   N*.   Co.,   Ltd.....  METAL   STAMPING  <Ul'la Tool  & Ktiiniplint  Works   MILLWOBK  .lames  l!rool;es Woodwltit.  Co.,   I,u|   MIMEOGRAPHING  On (ml   I'ulilli!  KtcnoirrHphcra   atiau  ....Sey.   471)5  ..Fair.   '.'1711  ...West.   47;l  ...Key.  51)74  C  MOTORS  Klcelrle Co.,   btil   MACHINERY  Agents   For  Xylite   Grease   and   Perfection   Oils  Skooltuni   Log-gin^   Block  •1-72   in.   by    IS   ft.   boilers   J. U0   lbs.  2   Coal  dryers  suitable   for   fish.  All   sizes  of  cable   in   stock.  T.  A.  WALSH  &   CO.  7 Alexander St. Sey. 473S  ,.    BRICK—ALL  KINDS  Kvans,   Coleman  \-   Kvans,   i.dl Key.   20HX  (illley  F.rus..  Lid , We.il.   I .VIC  O'Neil.   Win.   N.  Co.,  Ltd Sey.   '1795  Illtchle Contr.   it  Suit.   Co..  Ltd Kry.  9162  .Wlncll,   K.   V.   A:   Co..   bill;.... Sey.   279-1941  MOTOR   TRUCKS  l.lllle (limit  Motor Truck Co   Tucker   .Motor   Co ;..  MULTIGRAPHING  Ontrnl   Puhlic   KtciHWilpliers   Dominion   lllue   Print   Co..   Key.   5000  .Key'.   2X44-1!-   Key. '350S   Key.   *i078   Key.   241.7-1070  OPPICE  AND  STORE   FITTINGS  Ill.xoll   At   Murray. Key.   X7OVX760  OTPICE    SUPPLIES  Western   Specialty   Co   AND  PRINTING   Key,   aj-Jti  A reduction of 10 per cent, will; be  allowed off all macliirnis -solcl this week.  This, is in order to make room for other  ma'chinc-ry that will arrive thus week.  We "nave a full machine shop equipment,  lathes, drill presses.- milling machine,  taps and dies,  emery stands, etc.  CO. WE3CGXT  57-61  Alexander St. Sey. <7005  BUILDING   PELTS   AND  Kvnns,  Coleman  At   Kvans,   Ltd   O'Neil.   Wm.   X.   Co.,   Ltd :   Tlie   Jlarrett   Co..   Limited   BONDS—SURETY  Ccpcrley,   Iloiin.sel'eU  li   Co..   Wlncii.  II.  V. & Co., Lid.:   CARPENTERS  Dixon  &  -Murray   CEMENT  l'.ulfoiir,   Guthrie  it  Co ,   Kvnns,  Coleman .v   Kvans,   Ltd   liillvy .Bros..   Ltd..,.. ,   O'Neil.  Wm.   N.   Co.,  Ltd.".   Hitch le Cc-ntr.  & sup.   Co..  Ltd   Winch.  U.   V.  & Co.,   Lid   PAPERS  ..........Key.   M'8»   Key.   479.'.   Ituy.   63   Key,, "S'.'O  ....Key.   279'-1944  .Key.  .JiZB.VSiliCi  ..Key.   !M'l7rr>ri".*i   Keyv.-. 29Ks   West.   15-lti  .... Key.   4 7 So   'Key.   Dili';  ...Key.   279-1941  CEMENT    TESTING  limit,   ll-jlicrt   W.   Ac  Co   AND  ASSAYING   Key.   -ilOD !  PAINTING   AND   PAPER   HANGING  Dixon  &   Murray Key.   H7tii-S7itt  PAZNTS—FIRE-FROOr  O'Neil.   Win.   N.  Co..   Ltd   Sey,   47!)5  PAINTS—DAMP   PROOr  Kvans,  Coleman  .V-   Kvans,  Ltd Key.   2944  O'Neli.  Win.   N.   Co..   Ltd ■. Key.   4793  PAPER  Smith.  Davld.son & Wrijdit. Ltd Sey,  y5il5,  PARTITION—FIREPROOF  Evans,  Coleman  \-   Kvans,  Ltd Key.   '208.'!  Kltclile Contr.  lc Knii.   Co.,  Ltd -...Key.  ttlii'J  PARTITION    "WIRE  Pearson. Wire Ji   Iroi^Wks .Fair.   279*  PATTERNS  Westminster  iron Works  Wist.  54  " '"! See   Us  For All Kinds of Machinery  "WSIK   MACHINERY   CO.   LTD.  1396  Richards  St. Soy.  7442-7443  CONTRACTORS—GENERAL  Ariiij-'troitil,'.Morrison  *  Co..'"Ltd    Key.   lK:s(i  CONTRACTORS—TILE—TERRASZO  Pumps and Pumping Plants of every  description bought and sold or rented  out.    All  pump  supplies and  repairs.  PUMPS  & POWER LIMITED  216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour   8110  Hoisting engines, ' locomotives, lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, ■ machinery'of all  kinds.  NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.  025 Main St. .Sey. 60O  Kvitns,  Coiemnn  &   Kvans.  O'Neil,   Wm.   X.   Co.,   Ltd .  Ltd....   Key.   Key.  •17'.if>  PHOTOSTATS  Dominion   P.hit'  Prim  Co.. Key.   2l!'7-l'j"0  I       '- ■  I PIG IRON AND  TIN  j lln'foor,  (inthrle  \-  Co   Key.  yii»7-C.'>75  j Kvans.   Ci'i|i-iiiuii-'&   Kvans. - Ltd.. Key.   "JuSS  Wlnell.   It.   V.   k  Co.  Ltd  ..Key.   ■i'lMHIl  CRANES    AND  The   Jioiden Co..   Ltd.  HOISTS    (ELECTRIC) !    .;;  _...Key.   1003 j  DIES  AND   TOOLS  Gilitis Tuol ■'& Ktainiiiii*'  Works   DRAFTING  Dominion  ftlne  I'rlnt Co ...  ... Fair.  iilZU  DRILLS—PORTABLE  Darlinx.   Frank  &  Co _..  Tne   Uoldcn  Co..   Lid -..  ..Key.  2197■•1070  ELECTRIC      Key.   4100-4101   Key.   lOOj  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and   Sold. '-;;.  B. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.  Bank of Ottawa Bid?. Sey. 904O  >..»~«.. •_•..«-•.<•*•*.•_•.••-•-•- •«•«•  *".".■••;      AT YOUR SERVICE.  I     If yon Want to reach the man who  i bnys  BullOinj .Materials,  Machinery,  I Hardware,   Electrical   and   Plutsfblng-'  isnpplles,    Motor    Tracks,    Iron    and;  i Steel, etc., It will pay you to he repre- i  • seated     in     the     British     Columbia i  • Record.  ,       ... .  _     ,-' i  I The British Columbia Record 1st  fthe only building* and construction*  'newspaper in British Columbia oos-*  'suited   every  other  day  by  Contrac-*  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  P..   (*.   Kleetric  Co..   Ltd I..... Key.  ,'>000  Cope Jfc  Son _ Key.  S002  DarlliiK,   Prank  &  Co _...K».y.   4100-4101   SO".  •jf'.pi-t  ...West.  1015   Key.  29 Vi  .West.  \:-m   Key.  auw  ey.   •'70  1011  Duel inc.  ELEVATORS  Frank  &  Co   ....Key.   4100-4101  ELEVATOR CARS AND ENCLOSURES  K.  M.   Morris &  Co..  Ltd Hay.   1043  O'Neil.  Win.   N.   Co..   Ltd .':...::  Key.   479.1  Kitchie Contr.  &  Sup.  Co..  Ltd ........Key.  910'i  ENCLOSURES  Pearson  Wire-&  iron  Wks.:.....:.....; Piir.   -!"94  ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES  Dominion  lllue Print  Co....- Sey.  2497-4670  FENCES   AND   GATES  Pearson  Wire  A  Iron. Wk.i..;._; ..Fair.   2794 I  |-                   PILING   AND   POLES  l-Yilwal  Ltiinhcr.  Co .....Key.   399S-:trJ9'i  PILE DRIVING  Kvans.  Coleman .V   Kviiii.n  Ltd _   1'raser   Itlver  Pile   Dr.   Co   PIPE—SEWER  Kvans.   C.il"iiinn  A   Kvans,   Ltd.-   C.illey   P.ros.,   Ltd : _   Kltchie Contr.   iV   Slip.   Co,.   Ltd   Winch.  II.   V.  & Co..  Ltd   PLASTER  T.nlfnur,  Ciithrk- '&   C„  .....Key.  91P7-0575  Kvans.   Coleman-&   Ksaii3,  Ltd...: Key. ■ 29SA  'C.illey   Ilros..   Ltd West.   1S-16  O'Neil.  Win.   N.  Co..  Ltd '. Sey.   4795  Hltc'ile Contr.  & Sup. .Co..  Ltd Sey.  !>16*S  PLASTER  BOARD  Kvans,   Coleman &   Kvans.   Ltd Key. '£)i$  O'.Vell,  Wm.  N.  Co..  Ltd Key. 479S  Itltchle. Contr.  & 'Sup.   Co..   Ltd ...-Say. 910H  'PLASTER  PARTITION  BLOCKS  Kvans,   Coleman &   Kvans,   Ltd _...Key.   29Si"  PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  Kvans,   Coleman .*   Kvans,   Ltd Key. 29.4S  O'Neil,  Wm.' N.  Co.,  Ltd..,.. Key. 479J  Ritchie Contr.   & .Sup.  Co..  Ltd...... ;...' Key. 9ia»  PLUMBING  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamf Siting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  resentation of Canadian engineering  firms. Immediate correspondence is requested.  S. J. Trickey  CENTRAL SHEET  WORr!  Elliott  METAL  SHEET,  COPPER,  BRASS  and  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151 Yx Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  ■ 1 -, > i j»»j i-i    •   t I    11-iiv.u     ill     i/ii-,inv--.J inr>     oi/vv,iu.i -.i-^-o    (lhu     iiici  the undersigned until 4 p.m. on Friday,! chlnery  is prepared  to arrange for rep-  February   7th,   19J9,   for    repairs    and  general overhaul of the Departmental  Dredge No. 303  ("Fruhling").  Each tender must be sent in in a  sealed envelope, endorsed "Tender for  Repairs to Dredge No. 303 C'Pruh-  ling.")    .  Specifications can be seen at the  office of A. F. Mitdhell, Esq., Acting  District Engineer, Victoria, B. C, and  at the ofiice of C. C. Worscold, Esq.,  District Engineer, New Westminster,  B. C, and at the office of the .under-  •H^!'#'HK*<H--H.-I^*^*4'*J*'!*4HK'+W  | ARCHITECTS ■-?  ^^s^.•.t^.V*^^*t^%fy^Ae3^.".<3>^-•^>t*-^%♦^^*-^■^•-'?'-^  Members of The Architectural Zsatitute  of  British  Columbia.  African  engineer of many  years' exper-1 f;org   Eneineew,  Architect,  BnTuinfff-  .ence tn engineering specialties and  ma-| |Material Dealers, ShiphuUders. Lum- =  Jber Mills, and Mining* Companies.      \  VANCOUVER  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  TBCE   CITY   WELDERS  Cor.  Alexander  and   Ifeatiey   Avenue  Phone   Highland  aOOO  I Uenzie.   .7as.   A..   oJ0   ItiW'T'-is   W   j liryaii   &   (iillatn.   all*)   P.'.chii--d't   1 Dalton   &   Kviileiith.   ''•'.:>   l!a:-,;ii'..^.i   W   ' Cardiner,   F.   (I.,  fc  Mercer,  7\i  CranviHe.  Ilend.'rson,  A.   K..  Hlo  Hastings  "i\*   Iloiieyman.   A:   Curtis.   S30   ilii.itiiiKd   W   Keawy.  .lames  W.,   'il'O  -nd  Ave.   W   Matheson,   Hubert   M..   ."itlO   Hii'lianls   Palmrr.   fternnrd  C.   X"/0  Ilastlnns   W.    Parr   &:   .MaeKeiui",   730  Crnnville     Kluirp   .V   'I'honnwju.   0^0   Pender   W   Townley,   Fred   I..,   3-.1   llonier   Kl   Twizell.   K.   P.   K..   .s37   Unstinted   TELEPHONE DATA  RZW INSTALLATIONS  JANUARY 23, 1919  Pioneer Water Power Development Co., Ltd.. Contr., 207 Hast. XV Sey. 76P.7  Western Woman's Weekly,  Newspaper,   112 Hastings  W Sey. 7*M0  National Produce Co.. Provisions, iio39  Main Fair. 3530  Hall. Harry. & Co., Inc., Importers and Exporters. 510 Hastings - W Sey. 6.".D  Eolton, Harold O., Real Estate, 525 Seymour Sey. HGG  CHAXTOBS.  *      JANUARY  23,  1919  Carey, Harold D.,  Real Estate. 525 Seymour to 553 Granville Sey.  5211  Coles, Chas. P., Co.. Ltd.. Grn. Dls. A Exp.,  102 Pender XV. to SOS Beach..Sey... 32 12  Kong On Pawn Shop, 2nd Hand Dlrs., 23 >A Pender E. to 430 Columbia...'..Sey.  1548  FIRE   CLAY  Ralfour.  Outhrlc & Co  -Key. 9197-6575  Kvbiis.  Coleman A  Kvans.  Ltd ~ Key.   ■*0Sil  (Utley  llrus..   hid.. .-..'....„ —..West.   15-10  O'Neil.  Urn.   N. Co.'.   Ltd Key.   4795  Hltehle  Contr.   &  Sup.   Co.,   Ltd Key.  9IS"!  Winch, "B.  V.  & Co..  Ltd. .*•. Key.  -279-19'M  FIBE   ESCAPES  K.  M.  Morris & Co..  Ltd .'....hay.   1013  I'.alley.   B..  AX1   j Itarr   &.  Anderson..  i Norman Kydd      ...Key.   129   Key.   61i«)  .._ Key.  Sis*  PNEUMATIC  TOOLS  FIRE   EXTINGUISHES.   SYSTEMS  ...Key,  ..Key.  ...Key.  C.'i'.'  3fi72  7'J-I  ...Key.   Ui-tl  ..Hay.  79.11 j  ....Key. iiiiliS j  ....Key.  3'WO  ...K-.v. 7X11 !  ...K-y.   lliiii' i  ...Key.  Mil 13 !  ...Key. 79-!.ri  VTCTCSIA  Hennel.  A.  St..   1086 St.  Louis Kt 1171 R I  Keith.   J.   C.   AL.   Kayivard   I!ld« 11'.'H  Alaelnre.   Kam.   I'nion   Hank  P.ldk' -K IS  RldH'vay-Wilson.   Lieut.-Col Itelmont   House  PANTAGIzS  Three Shows DaiSy  2.30-7-00-9.00  PRICES 20c «*30c  BRICK  CONtRACTOR  ChimneyB,  Fireplaces,   Etc.        '  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  20S5 45th Ave. W.    Box 25, Kerrisdale  Phone  Eburne  203L2  G. W. ROBINSON  OAKPENTEB and BUILI>EB  also   i  Cabinet   Slaker  Lfpholstering  2226 Camhie Street  COPE & SON  1 50 Hasting St., W. 'Phone Scy.8600  ESTABLISHED 1 898  Twenty years   in   business  In Vancouver  P.arr   i\:   Anderson _   FLOORING    -  .I.   Fyfe Kmith & Co.,  Ltd   FOEGINGS  Westminster  Iron WorKs   GALVANIZING  T.   Watt  Iron  &  tialv.   Works  ...  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver f!as Appliiinee Co       GLASS—ALL  BIINDS  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd   HASDWABE  Urown.   Fraser  & Co.,  Ltd   Plett.   J.   A .' :Key.  HARDWOOD  FLOORS  . Key.   61 SO   Sey.   1196  ...West.   53   Fair.   971  ..Key.  801  ..Key.   4795  ..Key.   7155  ?Sd7-'rj'l)>  Parllne.  Frank &  Co  The   I (olden   Co.,' Ltd..  ..Key. 4100-4101  .....Sey. I0«S%  PRINTERS  P.mrley.  A.   G.  & Kons.   Ltd Key.  PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER  Central   1'ut'lle   Kteno^railhers Key.  Dominion  Itlue  I'rlnt  Cif. Key.   2IU7-  316   Pay.  1 :'S7   Key.   4795 i   Key.   1190  O'Neil.  Wm.   N".  Co..  Ltd   .1.   Kyle Smith <fc Co..  Ltd   HARDWOOD   LUMBER  .1.   Fyfe Kmlth  ..'i  Co.   Ltd.. Key.   1196  HEATING—HOT     AIR,     STEAM     AND  VENTILATING  Uailey.   K.   A «i>y.   1-3  liiirr   *   Anderson Key.   Ki«(l  Norman  Kydd   -*>ey.  91 MS  •*tt7*  PUMPS  Pumps  A   Power.   Ltd _.. Key.   Sll*  ROOFING  COMPOSITION  Kvans,  Coleman &  Kvans.  Ltd _.. Key    29S.*.  jThe   P.a-ret.t   Co:.   Limited Hay.   63  j O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co..   I.t.l Key.   4795  j Kitrhie  Contr.   &  Kup.   Co.,   Ltd..,. Key.   9162  -Smith,  l.mvidfon ,<c Wriidit:  Ltd  . ..Key.  9565  ROOFING—SHEET   METAL  (See_ Cornice and Roofing")  ROOFING  MATERIAL  Tlie   Ifarrett   Co.,   Limited P.ay.   *:i  Kvam.  Coleman  &   Kvans.  Ltd  Key.   'I'Jftf  Hltcliiu  Contr.   &   Kup.   Co..   Ltd Key.   Vltl  ROPE—MANILLA  lUtfntir,  CSuthrie >v:  Co K'-y.   9197-6575  RUBBER   STAMPS  M  Kons.   Ltd Key.   31*  I  P.a«!ey.   A.   C.   A:  Kons.   Ltd _ Key  SAFES—VAULT   DOORS  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co..   Ltd ..Key.   4791  SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK  Kvans,   I'oleman  ,"c   Kvans.   Ltd     Key.   'J9SS  Cllley  r.roi..   Ltil West.   15-16  P.itchie  C.ptitr.   Hi  SiiiC   Co..   Ltd Key.   9162  SASH   DOORS,   WINDOWS,   ETC.  O'Neil.  Win.   N.   Co..   Ltd Key.   4795  MAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY  R. J. ERRINGTON  Electrical Contractor  Fairmont  910  144  Broadway W.  Electrical Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your troubles. We repair-everything Electrical. Nothing too  large, nothing too small. If you have any lighting  trouble send for our expert who will advise you without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and Ofiice  Lighting Fixtures is tlie largest in the city.  ('••nt.-al  Kh"i>l  SHINGLE  SHEET   METAL  Me'al   Works   M -1NUF fi. CTURERS  DEAXEltS  (See Lumber" and  Shingles)  SHOW   CASES  Dixon   pS-'   Murray   SLATE  I'vain,   C.ilef.itt'i  &   Kvans.   I.p)   O'Neil.   Win.   N.  Ci..,tl.:d .!   Wiiieli,   It,   V.   p.*  Co..   Ltd   lUtehle  Contr.   .V   Kup    Co .   Ltd   STEEL—BEIUFOSCING  Italf.iur.   (luthrie .V  Co Key    11197  K,-y.   fit  AND  | EOISTIKG   ENGINES  !  Illti'hie  Con'.r.   A;  Kup.   Co..   Ltd ^ey.   916J  j INSURANCE  I Ceperley.   Rounsefell   &   Co , S<-y.   7.s'J0  WiMi-h.   U.   V.   &  Co..   Ltd Key.   ^79-1911  I INTERIOR    FINISH  Kvans.   Colenmn   .V:   Kvau«.   Ltd      Key. iO^S  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co.,   Ltd Key. 47:15  "itllchie  Contr.   .^   Kup.   Co..   Lid   .Key. 9102  IRON   AND   STEEL—STRUCTURAL  Can.   N.   W.   Steel  Co..   Lui    Fair.   li'JOO 7  , Coii»:hl;m.   .1.   >V   Kons  K,.y.   79 l'l  I  Kvam.   Coleman   .v   Kva'p..   I.'.,I Key    J9SS i  K,   Al.   Morris  ."i   Cip..   Lid   .Pay.   1013 j  Lv-'u  O'Neil.  Win.   N.  Co..   Ltd Key.   179.-, | STORE   AND   OFFICE  FIXTURES   AND  [U'e'de  contr.   &  Kup   Co .   Ltd Key.  9182} ST'/KE   FRONTS  'deiimn   &   K.aie.  Ltd.  Key.   S765-S766   Key.   '.'!'XA    Key.   .179,-.  .   Key.   279-1941   Key.   9l6i  Ji'HS  T    Wall   Iron   *.•   Ci'v    Worki  Westniinsti-r  Iron  Works   IRON   AND   STEEL-  Artlstle  Wire &  Iron  Works..  .  Kvans.   Culeiiiaii   .V   Kvans.   Ltd  K.   AI.   -Morris  &  Co..   Lt'l .   O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co.,   Ltd    Pearson   Wire   &  Iron   Wks    Fair,   971   West,   r.3  -ORNAMENTAI.      Fair.   •JOl.t   Key.   ass   May.   !"■'•:)   Key.   ■1711.1   Fair.   'J79I  . Key.  .S7,;:.-.S70li  S-y. i'JSH  Sey.   47I'S  Ililclile  Contr.   .V   Kup.   Co .   Ltd Key.  916'.'  T.   Watt  Iron  &. Calv.   Works Fair.   971  Westminster Iron  Works West.   53  KALSOMINING  Dixon   &   Murray Key.   S705-H7G0  LATH—-METAL  Kvans.   Coleman  A:   Kvans,   Ltd  Key. 'J9SS  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co.,   Ltd K.'y. -I7!ir»  Itltchle  Contr.   .t  Kup.   Co..   Ltd Key. 910'J  LIME  P.alfoiir,   Cutlirie  &   Co Key.   9197-6075  Kvans,   Colemun   &   Kvr.ns,   Ltd     Key.   t:9,s.s  illlley   Ilros..   Ltd , West,   lo-l'l  O'Neil,   Win.   N.   Co..   L'.l Key.   479.-,  Itltehii'  Contr.   .t   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd. .    Key.   9161;  Winch.   It.   V.   .V  Co.,   Ltd Key.   'J79-I94I  LUMBER  Federal   Lumber  Co Key.   :I99K-.1999  MACHINERY  Proivn.   Fraser  &  Co..   Ltd  Key. 71o."i  C.i'.vston    Mai-hinery   Co.,    Ltd Key. (197"'  Unrlim-.   Frank  .v  Co Key.   ■UOii-lini  O'Neli.   Win.   N.   Co..   Ltd Key. 479.-,  Pympi   &   Po..er,   Ltd Key. SI 10  Ititi'ldc  Contr.   ei   Kup.   Co..   Lid Key. tllfi-!  The   Holden  Co..   Ltd _^ Hey. U'«3  MACHINE   WORK  (illihs Tool & Klaiuphnt   Works Fnir.   'JI76  Weiuiiiliisier  Iron  Works West.   33  MANTELS—BRICK.  TILE   AND   WOOD  Kvnns.   Coleman  &   Kvans,   Ltd Key.   '■MRH  O'Neil.   Wm.   N.   Co.,   Lid Hey.   <7I>5  Illti'hie   t.'ontr.   A   Ku|..   Co.,   Ltd  Key.  910:!  MAPS  Dominion  Pdue  Print  Co Sey.   2W--1670  Hay.   83  Key.   'J9SH  Key.   29iR   West.   1.1-IS     Key.   9I»«  WALL   Key.   C9.4*   Key.   47'JS  ...Key.   0197-6375   Key.    Hll.SU   Key.   1:79-1944  11Ix'pii   *■   Murray   .■   Kvnns,   Coleinau  \-   Kvam.   Lid   O'N.-il.   Wm.   N.   Cp,..   Ltd..           TAR   AND   FITCH  The   P.arr.-tt   Co.   Limited..,   Kvans.   Coleman  Hi   Kvans,   Ltd   TILE—DRAINING  Kvhiis.   Cpileman  .v   Kvans.   Ltd   (illley   P.ros..   Ltd   Hitchle Contr.   &   Kup.   Co..   Ltd   TILE—FLOOR   AND  Kvans.   Coleman  ^   Kvans.   Ltd ■  O'Neil.   Win.   N.   Co..   Ltd   TIN   PLATES  p.alfotir.  fliithrii' Ai  Co   Kvans.   Coleman  &   Kvans,   Ltd   Wlneh.   It.   V.   ^  Co..   Ltd   TOOL   STEEL  Darlitu.   Frank  .V  Co Hey.   -1100-1WU  VACUUM   CLEANING   SYSTEMS  Parr   A.   Anderson  S,'y-  WALL   BOARDS  Kvans,   Coiemnn  &   Kvans.   Ltd Hey.  WATERPROOF   COMPOUND  The   P.nrtet.l   Co.,   Lllid'ed   Kvans,   Cideriinn  A.   Kvans.   Ltil . ..  O'Neil.   Wm    N.,   &   Co.,   Ltd  WINDOW   SCREENS  Artistic Wire .t  Iron  Works   K.   M    M.irrls  tt  Ci,..  Ltd   O'Neil,   Wm.   X..   Ac   Co..   Ltd   Pearson   Wire  .V   Iron   Wks   WIRE   WORKERS  Artistic Wire ft  Iron  Works   Pearson   Wire  A   Iron   Wks   WIRE  ROPE  Dalfnur,   (Inthrle  A.-   Co   Kvitns.   Coleman  .v   Kvans.   Ltd   Winch.   II.   V,.   *.  Co..   Ltd   Illtchlu Contr.   Ai  Hup.   Co..   Ltd   WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The   Itarrett   Co.,   Limited »«y.   s't  OIK*  29 S8  . . Way.   SK  Key.   29SR  ..Key.   ■173''  s  r'uir.   2648  .,.  Pay    10111  Sev. .I79»  Fair.   2794  Fair.   261B  Fair.   2794  Kcv.  9197-«.'i7S  .Key.   29HH  Key  2791914  Key.   91U'i  t*.  ,t  -,:;-.'1.

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