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VOL1.- XVI. 3STb. 2.1
Published   Monday
Wednesday and Friday
(   y Office and Plant
f ./      583 Homer-RichordB Ziane
PRICE—Per Year in Advance    -    $10.00
Per Month • l.flO
Building Material
ii Co., Limited
Tel. Sey. 4795-6.
543-550  Seymour St.
A Man Is Accounted
"    of
ACCOUNT     If    he    has    a     bank
ACCOUNT.      No  ■account    1h    too
small  to receive a. courteous welcome; at thiabank.
Home Bank of Canada
Vancouver  Branch,
446   Hastings   St.   "W.
J.   T.  iUacDONAIiD,   Manager...'
Pressed R R | (^ K Common
Gabriola Shale Products, Limited
Vancouver Office
425 Standard Bank Bldg.
Phone Sey. 8057
J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative
'J824-Electric Smelting  I'lant $8'70U
Street  Ad droits
Lot   and  Blook
C. P. H. Reserve, Pt. Carrall St.
.Wm. Mason Rooke
M. P. Cotton
Tudhope Electric Metals.
Roofing, Building
Papers, etc.
Buiiding Partition
and Drain Tile
Phone 2988
Ft.ofCclumbia AV
Clayburnfirebrick,   Special
Shaped Firebrick, Pressed
Brick, etc.
Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hyd rated
Lime,  etc.
Munriy, Rowland & Co.
Power   Installations
General Electrical Construction
Standard Bank Building
Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.
Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast
We are also Sole   Agents   for   the
Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple
, and Birch Flooring.
1320 Richards St. Vancouver, B. C.
*(+} *.**£>*,,■*<•;
>^2>^<S»v^*^v*£*^€>'>*c**>€>*j*^n^ [real  and  W.  C.  Managmotul, -Regina;
general railway & contractors
.■ supplies-;.
"'.-'"-;..    SnteAgenUlnCanadaFor
CHi&a£0>J Pneurriatlc Tool Go.   v
Boyar  Rivaling  A Chioplng  hammers;    Little   Giant   Drill.*;    Duntley
Electris Tools;   Rock DrilU;  Air Comprewort;
Fuel.Oil and  Ga»  Engines.
542 Psnd»r SL W., VinctMir I. C,
Pirn it]. 1065
"i'-v ty'b'i'-b «5> \"Cnb «2K»'i,v i1 •r<i>~b -X- "j»-r'S>< r"J>^-
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SS23—Dr.   Keeley,    garage, 2384 6th
W   A,-Wright, Contr., $200.
9S2G—Chas.     Doan
Woodland Drive, ?T5.
9827—A. W.  Whiteside, garage, 97S;ing for a
raent   for
-H.  Sisson, garage,  22  Gth E„
garage,     254S
Hon. Secretary, A. Alcide, Montreal;
Hon. Treasurer, John P. Hynes, Toronto.
Broughton St., $100.
B. C.
$10,000,000 FOR ROADS
'-  SALEM,   Ore-.—(Special)—The   senate roads and highways committee has
j voted tentatively to draft a bill provid-
?.10,000,000    bonding enact-
the   next  two   years.    The
.measure will contain a clause requiring the    construction of    trunk roads
first, of secondary roads next and last;
ly'the feeder roads^   '   \.
Roller Bearing Drills — Close Quarter Pistoa Air Drills — Rivctting Hammers
Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers—Turbine and Electric Drills
High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc.
Complete  Stock of Accessories
1144 HOMER ST.
Phone Sey. 4100
Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.
Mining, Municipal and Contractors'
It is being rumored among tne building trade of the city that plans are
being contemplated for a.500 ft. extension to tlie receiving warehouse of the
13. C. Sugar liefinery. and that-otlier
extensive improvements are also to be
made   to   the   Company's   property   at! city  hall   by  various   citizens  regard-'
the foot ofJRogers Street. ling the grave fire hazard which exists
Officials   of  the  Company  informed   to the Granville street bridge through
Complaints  have  been made to  the
Structural Steel For Every Purpose
the Record yesterday that no suchiim
provements are contemplated at pres.
Machinery and Supplies
Phone Seymour 7155
1150 Homer Street
Vancouver, B. C.
London, Buff.
Vancouver, B. C
Office, 1601 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199
503 Hnstlng** W., Vancouver, B. C.
Cwnont TeBtlnff laboratory, Booth 1601; Physical Testing Laboratory. Boom Bl
Resident Inspector! at Large Manufacturing Centers
A definite decision has been reached
in regard to a new and more extensive
site on which to rebuild the .Morrison
Wire & Steel works recently destroyed by fire. The company has leased
lots on Industrial Island and will very
shortly erect a temporary building to
house their machinery while plans for
an up-to-date factory, on a much larger scale than the one destroyed by fire
are being prepared. Further details
will be published in these columns in
the near future.
The location of this industry on Industrial Island adds another to the already imposing list of establishments
located on this tract.
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
All Kinds of Building Materia!
VICTORIA—Two extensions
Esquimau <& Nanaimo Railway with a
view to open up tho boundless resources of timber in tile hour; of Vancouver Island, are contemplated in the
near future.
Application will be made to the Parliament of Canada at the next session
the   location   of  a   number, of  frame!
buildings almost underneath the bridge.'
on Industrial Island.    The question ofj
f these   buildings,   their   contents,    andj
what means of fire prevention and pro-|
tection exist there in case of an out-;
break of fire will  probably be one ofj
the matters taken up by the new City |
Fire  Commission  when it is  formally j
appointed by Mayor Gale at the next
meeting of the city council.
When industrial  activity and building operations first commenced on In-
lustrial Island it was understood that i
the   Board  of  Harbor  Commissioners,
which   own   and   control    the    island, j
would  not allow  any buildings  to be \
erected immediately under or inside ai
line drawn fifty feet from and parallel j
to each side of the bridge.    Even this ;
was considered a  rather narrow  mar-j
gin for a "fire break" by the city coun- j
oil.    It  is  a  well-known  fact  that, no:
insurance is carried by the city on this :
bridge,    which    carries    an    immense j
amount of traffic every day.    Any in- j
of  the ' terruption to this bridge would  prove j
'one   of   the   most    serious    disrupting!
factors    in    the   city's    transportation:
business,  as   well   as   occasioning   the'
loss of much time and causing a lot ofj
inconvenience to the thousands of citi-i
zens   who  reside  in  the  Shaughnessy'
Heights. Fairview. Kitsilano. and Point;
Palnaont 2396 and 2397
Vancouver, X. C.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co.
Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to
length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.
Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.        We are prepared to  fur-
-   nish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.
Private Ex. Sey. 9197
San Francisco, Los
Angeles, Portland
Seattle, Tacoma
Telephone S037
902  Columbia Street West
Phone 15 and 16
New Westminster, B.C.
Bill.  J.'IrsiVB^.'U' &•?»»
RflHHwork Contracts
Union   Depot  	
Can.   Northern  Bly.   Depot.
Calg-ary  Armory  	
Rossland   BTlg-h   School	
Traneinllle   Sanitorluni    1918
Phone Westminster 473
Our steam heated plant enables us
to manufacture Veneer Work ;U uny
season of  the your.
Wo a,r& now manufacturing Interior
tlttinys for the new li. C. Telephone
Huildinu's lieud otllce in Quarter Cut
1259—6th  St., East Burnaby
for the necessary authority. One line
will run from a point near llainbridse.
on the Port Alberni branch, by way or
Great Central Lake and the valley of
the Ash River to Comox Lake, while
the other will diverge westwardly via
Sproat Lake, and the Taylor River,
thence proceeding to the West Coast
at Long Heach.
CLOVKRDALK—Tenders are being
called by the Surrey council ror the
filling ol* the position of municipal engineer. These tenders are to be in
before the opening of tho council meeting next Saturday. Feb. 1. at I:SO p.m.
MONTRKAT.--At the closing session
of the eleventh general annual assembly of the Royal Architectural Institute
of Canada, the following officers were
elected: Frank A. Wyckson, Toronto;
Vice-Presidents, David R. Llrown, Mont-
Grey districts. There is a fire protec-■
tion system installed on the bridge'
which is capable of throwing about a|
dozen streams of water along the;
length of the bridge floor, and also!
several from that portion of the island,
which lies immediately underneath thej
I ridge. But tire prevention is better;
than lire protection sometimes, andj
that motto is one which many citizens
intend to impress upon the city council in connection with this question.
We have just received a large shipment
Can make prompt delivery
in any quantity
itciiic Contracting & Supply Co. Lt
Granville Street
So  Why  Not  Build  Now
WASHINGTON', I). C—Encouragement for builders appears in practically all the preliminary reports that are
being received by the Division of Public Works and Construction Development, recently organized in the Department of Labor.
Although there is no surplus supply
CConUnued  on   page  4.)
'esfminster Iron Works
Office and Works Tenth Street
New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53
i BRITISH COLUMBIA BE0ORD  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday,    Wednesday   and  Kriday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A newspaper of general ciicul.ition, featuring Building, Conlracling, KiitfiiK-i'iiiig, Industrial, Shipbuilding, Minim;, Automobile:, Pro.  vincial,   City  and   JIarbor   I mpi-ovaiu'nts.  ' C.-H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Oflice and  Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  •    PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription Rates  One month '.$1.00  Six- months : Sfi.OO |  All subscriptions are  payable strictly in advance  OFFICIAL  ORGAN.  The British Colombia Record Is the  official-or^iin of Thu Arcliitcoturul Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The lioyal Architectural institute of  Canada, and The 'KntfinroriiiS' & Teeli-  nical Institute of British Columbia, and  as such is used by them as tin: medium  through which'to nnilve tlnjir ollicial announcements' to   the   general   public.       ,  By such selection the British Columbia Koeoicl i.s no wise pledged to editorial   support   of   any   policy   advanced  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 905 Granville St.  Specialists in  interior Finishes  r  a.good'deal of the best of it is under  cultivation.    There are large areas of J  timber lands  it is true, still  awaiting  settlement    not.    under    conditions of  ! labor and capital that have made them  anything  but  atractive  to  private • investment.    For the last generation the  drift has been from the farm to the city.  And one of tlie cheif reasons for this  is  that many young  men   tire  of the  endless round of the farmer's life and  want to follow their bent, in construction    problems.     They   seeK   employment  as  artizans   and  eventually   nil  MINING  by 'these societies, but maintains an abs«-1 , . .,.,.,  lutely   independent   position  on -all 'mat-l'l more or less important niche in the  ters subject to editorial opinion.  THE SOLDIERS AND THE LAND  ."    Putting  the  soldier on   the  land  is  one of tho firs£ answers to the.question  or problem of reconstruction, and it is  so frequently given without a, sense of  its     limitations    that  they    are  well  worth considering.    In the first place  there   is  no  essential  connection   between soldiering and farming; nothing  in   the  soldiers'  experience  that will  breed  in  him  any  love  for the  farm  which did not exist before he put on a  uniform.    So when one discusses the  soldier, the discussion should be practically limited to the •■farmer, who became a soldier and Who possibly may  want to return to the farm/.  Another, point to bear in mind, [ VICTORIA—It is expected that the  especially in British Columbia, is that j Canadian Pacif-C Railway's Winnipeg  some of the best land of the country  big armies that is helping to make the  great cities of the Dominion still greater—even if the farmer is still getting'  $2.00 a bushel for his wheat.  '   This  fact should  ever be borne  in  mind   in   discussing   the   many   sided  problems of reconstruction.   The building trade of Vancouver and other big  cities, which has had nearly five years  of enforced stagnation, should not be  starved for several years more simply  because of an effort to make farmers  out of all returned soldiers who allow,  themselves to  be  talked into making  i an effort to wrest a living from the  soil.  Thirty-three mines have sent ore or  concentrates to the Consolidated  smelter since January 1st.  Northport smelter, it is reported, is  preparing to close, due to no ore shipments . from the coeur d'Alenes,  where, some lead mines have stopped  work.  I  ""\  ROOFING  and  PAVING  MATERIALS  The  p Company  COAL  LIMITED TAR  VANCOUVER OFFFICE and FACTORY  Cor. Tenth Ave. & Arbutus St.  PRODUCTS  .,/  A brand-new strike has been made  at the Lanark mines at Ilicillewaet,  running two to three feet of solid  galena in No. ,'Z tunnel.  Shipments to Trail smelter appear  to be holding up well for the new  year, compared with recent months.  This week they are 7,48-1 tons, making  over 21,000 tons in three weeks.  The Burton copper mine, west of  Elko, is scheduled to resume operations with C. C. Thompson of Calgary  as manager.  ABBOTS FORD—The ,p;ant Of the  Abbolsford Timber and Trading Company has been closed down for some  time to allow for repairs and overhauling. These have been completed  and the plant considerably enlarged,  is expected to re-open for business.  H.D.Rees    W.A.Kruse     W.CJenhins  NEW WESTMINSTER—The Acorn  shingle mill, across the river just below the big bridge, which has been  shut down for some time, has been  bought by the-B. &, K. Shingle Company, and will be put in operation.  The plant will be entirely reconstructed.  ELECTRIC !   SUPPLIES  WIRING  and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E  Sey. 1224  E. CHRYSTAL & COMPANY  Carpenters and Contractors  Store and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  has gone into private 'ownership and  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  [ 325 Howe St.  Sey. 3768 -fay.KII  bridge which is now at Vancouver,  will be brought to Victoria and erected  ,on the present location of the Bsqui-  malt & Nanaimo bridge at the foot of  Johnson Street.  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  COMPANY, LTD.  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  "BIO" 'Are Light' Carbons  '601   Pericler ' St. YV'., ^Vancouver  Let us quote you on your  requirements  100%  Service.  Make a note of this:  NEW COMPANIES  OTTAWA—Incorporation has been  granted to the Canadian Simplex Auto-  Wheel Company, of Vancuver, with a  J-capitalization of $325,000, and the Scott  j Brokerage Co., Ltd., Calgary, with a  I capitalization of $20,000.  Steel is being laid on the. railway  grade between Princeton and Allenby.  and will reach the latter place by the  end of this month.  While the bulk of Canada's pulp and  paper exports go to the United States,  they are also sent to Great Britain,  Japan, Australia,' New Zealand, South  Africa, India, Cuba, Mexico and South  America.  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  836 Howe St  Seymeu 1389  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making Fixtures  S«ynMr 11S3  735i MsckM Si  ■j;^Dalyiesf ^ ';-  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  | Credit-Fourier BMg. fcKMwr, IC-  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  u  i  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  Vancouver ami Victoria  NEWVVORK -- CONTRACTS LET  |^_    rmTTOWrffO   TABU   SHOWS   BTniDHrOMS   COSTIWO    $5,000    OB    OVEBv   OW     WHICH     CONSTBITCTIOW  ' UOTBB^A?, OBOH WHICH OOHTTBACTS HATS BEER LET BUT COireTBtTOTION NOT YET BTAETED.  IS  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  S89 Ricbarts St       <- '    Seyaoir 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Sey-ccnr 3515 601 Pacific Bid**.  Hodgson & King  Contractors & Engineers  403 Lcndofi Bldg.  Seymow 6506  G. Kilgren  General Contractor  S62 14th Ave.  Fairmont 94&L  Character     Coat  Tuberculosis  Clinic   47,13a  Grain   Elevator    70,000  Church       35,009  Commercial  Bldgs   25,000  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      5,0.00  Residence           8,000  .Remodel   Boarding   House $5,000  Two  Story Brlc*   _ $20,000 I  Residence    ....$10,000 '  Residence   - $9000  Dwelling   $6,500  Temporary Hosp  $30,000  'Liquid   Air   Plant    ■. $25,000  Residence  ".  $7,000  VANCOUVER  Location        ..   Ownar  Pender Street Rotary Club  Beach Ave Cha3. P. Coles Co.  1160"Ge«r-f« "St.. .First Church of Christ'Sct.-  1'airview  and  P»int Grey... Un'versity of  B.  C.  Angus   Ave . ...Macaulay  A  Nieolls  Seymour St...'. ;B.  C.  Tel.  Co.  Magee Allan   &-  Richards  2875   Alder  Street A.  R.   McFarland  1906 Trafalgar  W. A'. .Cahtelori  1435 15th Ave. W H. D. Christie  S.E.    Cor.; Maple & Mapee Rd.C.H.McParlane  Powell   St..:  B.   C.  Sugar Refinery  1946  11th Ave.  W. John T.  MacDona'd  ihauffhne*«y Heights '. .....P.-WV Racey  1447 Barclay St ,- Cor-fed Life Ass'ii  92-98 Pender E... Mrs. Chance Won? Co.  Shaughnessy H»te.. Clarence  Wallace  .Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener. F.   G:   Loahe  12th arid Heather.. Vane. Gen'l Hosp.  5th and  Yukon Sts...L'Air Liquid Society  Shaughnessy ..Frederick   Perkins     Contr.  .. Baynes. &   Horie      Owners    . Owners  ...S.   N.   McLeod   S. J.  Newitt  Adkison & Dill  ArcLt.   J.i A.  Benzie   H.  H.  Gillingham     Matheson & DeGuerre  .  Sharp   &   Thompson    ..  A." E.  Henderson   Owners     '•'red   L.   Townley G.   M.  Champion  Fred.   L.   Townley John   B.   Sterling  Fred L. Townley  Day Labor  H. JD. Christie  W. J. Read  Fred- L-   Townley  G.   M.   Champion  Fuller   Engineering  Co..Can.   N.VV.   Steel  Co.       Owner  Tas.  A.   Bcnrie S.  J.   Newitt   H.   R.   Glass  B. B. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Bern:'© S. J. Newitt  Edwardes' Sproat  S. J. Newitt  G. Milne  ..... Owners  Owners  Owners  ..    X-..--S.  J.  Newitt  Fred L.  TownleyV:.V.V.V.V.V.'.G'."M.'' Ch  ampion  Palmer Bros.  Ger.era"    Contractors  929 Main St  Seymour 4378  Character  _  Colt  42-Mile   Extension     300.000  Government    Shed        Bridge (2  span)      I.ininif   Tunnel     250,000  Reconstruction       160,000  Xi.-.'.'^cn  I'lant    125,000  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,   etc    50,000  U:ii!road      1,000,000  Infirmary   and   Service    Bldg $151,236  I Indue        Uridt-e        Pulp  &  Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works         $60,000  Cold Storage & Canity SI50.000  Twelve   Cottages    $19,000  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GENERAL.  Owner  .P.G.IC.  j Arch  Contr.  Railway j Northern   Const.   Co.       Government' .^ R.   Moncrirfr  ...Kettle   Valley   Railway j Armstrong,   Morrison   ,t   Co.,  ...C.   P.   Railway) Carter.   I fall.   '.'•  Aldi  location     Clinton       Victoria       Princeton       Kojcers   Pass   . . .  North    Vancouver     Wallace  Lake   Buntzen.. Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co  Copper   Mountain It.   C.   Copper  Co.  Chii   Chua Queen   Bess   Mining   Co.  Princeton   to  Copper   Mt. . . . B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Tranrjuille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster River—Comox Dist.. . I'rov. Govcnn't  Kr.glishman's River, A.lherni Di^t.. Prov.Govt  [leaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.    Government  Clnyoquot. . . .Clavoquot Ccld Stor. ,& Can. Co.  Squamish .". V.  G.  K.  Hwy.  rnson  -,      Carter,   Hall  Shipyard   | Hod  A     -~_   | Qwners       l.t<  K-son  Robertson & Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymcnr 1274  866 Metropciitafl Bldg.  RUSH & READ  VX.AXN      AND       OBN'A-aEEM'TA-D  PLASTERING    &    CEMENT    WORK  All Work  Guaranteed.  2"'V'   reno r> Z?,()G   •Stephens   St.  Bay.   1602-R  Owners  iV    Mil),'  Owners       f'lwiter   W.    P.   TiCnieJ  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wks  Dept... Robertson  &•   Partners  Prov.    Pub.    Wks.    Dept Wm.    Greenlee?       Owners  Public  Works  Dept TTodpson   &  Kiiifr     Owners      Titos.   Carson  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 ■ 8tt Ave. W. Fay-lew 2278  m^faM  n  Office SO-SlS^BowerlBErJg.  Vancouver, B. C.  •\\K  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Milkers of  Switch Boards, Panel BoardB, Steel .  Cabinets, etc.  Switches  deslfrned  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.  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize In prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BC^EtECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative*  call  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for salt—  ADVERTISE IT!  '. You have a reason for being in business—  S ,   ADVERTISE IT!_  You realize .that the-better.-you are known'the more bus iness you  .:•;;':. -vrill \\6. vAsk: our.advertising manager to, talk tK«  *:--:.'.'■'.:': matter over with yon.'    Sey, .7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 Homer-Richards Lane.  r Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORO  ABBOTS FORD HOTEL  VANCOUVER, B. C.   '-' Z;.^  1   2  0      R   O   O   M   S • ' ;, "  - Quiet — Modern — Fireproof  THE   BUSINESS  MAN'S   HOUSE  DINING ROOM PRIVATE  BATHS  LOUNGE  AND   PARLOR  Central  WRITING  ROOM  Rates   from   $1. OO   per   day  PHONE SEYMOUR 5860  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN • - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  Highland 728  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  2021 Wall St.  FIR, CEDAR or KEYLOCK  any length -- any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Seymour 3998-3999  "OCEAN FALLS"  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper Is now being manufactured in  British Columbia.    The paper is  of  excellent,   uniform   quality  and   of   great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. V-^Sf  sts  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  MOUSE   PAINTS  .'if. Colors,  %$.'2X> Gallon  Oil and Croosoto Shingle Stains  -      ■ % 1.-2(1   Gallon  Marine   Paints  AKTI-DAMP—Everyone   Uses   It  W. S. HARVEY MFG.  CO.  1063 Granville) St. Soy. 3497 J  SHIPPING AND FORHGN TRADE  Artestic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron -Work and  all hindf* of Wire Work.  I12-1C   Duffer In   St.  Fair.  !(MS  d.  Seymour Tire & Rubber;  ■pi-mniTwinir"   i rrri rm rrrr r~'i n inm i i n i m »■ m  -Company, Limited-  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY     ' PROPERTIES,  FACTORY   SITES   AND  FARMS,  TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND  MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  CONSTRUCTION  NOTES  Ol*  JCKTE-BEKT  PSOM. CHILE  Harbor "Works, Valparaiso  A(.'<;(>r(lini,' lo l.h,; official report ol' tilt:  [•ovei-miitpiii director ol the Valparaiso  harbor works jn construction, considerable :pro-;res.s has been made tlnrin-? the  pusi mouth of October, in tho I'unta  Ibiprat mole, the custom house wharf,  tin.- driiii'iiit;c. collector, the novel* urn out  pi'.'i".  tii'; mooring  wharf ami .sea wall.  I'linni''     the     year     the'. contractor.'-'.  -Mf."..'-:»■«;■   I'r-arson   anil   Son,   ha.'   produced  !I;;:,i;jo     ti.ui.s    of    concrete.       Tin.:     total  amountor work done to date amounts id  | u Value o!' $li;.SY''i,'-| l.z\   ko!c1  of   Cm].,  or  j say   -.,2.1 1   per cent, ol' the total   valfui of  | tile  contract.   . ,  A    !'ill   Is    before   Con i*T(-ss    .••-olJcitir!'.'  power  to  ''authorize flu., president of  the  r<:]')I'-hlie  lo conlriict. bv  public  tender   iri  ('oiifcrmity   with   tho dcsimis  and condi-  lion.s    prepared    by    the.   Commission    de  j   'ii'-rto.1'.    for    tlie     termination     of     the  j breakwater of Die port of Valparaiso to-  j ','etnc-r   wltli   the  complinientai'v   works.  I     Tenders are to be invited  in  f'hik; and  abroad, within the next six months.    Thf-  I contract,     is     not     to     exceed     £1,170 000  J St ff I ill','.  | Son, "Wall  at   Coquimbo  I 'I'he ,e,ovi-ruuieni is asking for tenders  i for the construction of ;in esplanade and  ; smi. wail at Coquimbo, of reinforced  ; concret e.  | .Th i.s i.s a portion. IL'0 metres in length,  j lo till tlo-mip between the existing  i whari and the Tenl'hi pier. Tin- depth  ; of. water lure i.s I \z metres. Tlie cost  ; Is estimated at .*.'lf.!l,000.  i Government to Buy  a  Railway  !     Tin-    government ; is    petitioning   Con-  f l.'1'n.ss  for  tlii- sum  of  fl.KOO.OOO steiiin  ; tor  i i  1  ' to Los Sauces,  and  the subsequent construction of the Port of Lebu.  The minister of war i.s offering a troop  of I'.OO sappers for assistance, in the  railway  completion  works.  Construction of a Port at Constitucion  A. Kfoup of deputies are energetically,  pushing forward ;i. bill in Congress, to,  authorize the. construction of Die. fort  of i.'onstitiicion/ toKether with the nc-  eessary regional railway lines, to complete  the. y.gius of attraction.  Amongst these latter are the following:' 1 'I'oIoiiKation of tlie Hualnne to  Lineauton line to Constlt.ueio'i; unlori of  tht! Curico to, liualane with that of San  !-'( rn.i nili.i lo l'ic.hele.iiiu, .(.•orinectim? Die  .-'.(•'lions of iKti'ra.nol and .1'era.lillo; and  the eonst.i"..icl,ion of the lines from  Curico to f.o '..mencs. towards the east,  of Curico." These will be all one metre.  viauMe. It is also iH'iiimsed lo lay a light  railway from Lineanton to Las Juntas,  for Die service of  Das Salinas.  credit ratings or assume responsibility  as to the standing of foreign Inquiries',  the usual precautions .should be taken  in   all   cases.  LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  The following inquiries are the latent  received., Lor rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glanco 'items of interest by noting the class of goods mentioned   at   the  end   of  each   inquiry.  iMi.'O.UTANTv-Quoto the: number of  the "Opportunity" in your correspond-  «nee.  FOREIGN TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding'  these   inquiries   may   lie   obtained   from  the Sc-eretary 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  Halting  for  additional   information.     Re  ar Die purpose of buying out the in- |>uest for each opportunity should be on  crest;; of the English" companv in Die a separate sheet and staffs opportunity  ine in course of, construction from  Lebu ' number.     The   Bureau   does   not   furniuh  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED   1886  739  Hastings St. V.r. ■  Telephone Seymour  Vancouver  "820  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C.  FACT vs. FANCY  >PAINT AND PROMISES SELL MANY A MOTOR TRUCK; but PERFORMANCE, rather than APPEARANCE, is what counts ia the wear and tear of the  dailv trrind.    Paint soon fails to cover up defective construction, and promises have  37. Eos ana "Willow Calf.—A. lirm of  London .leather" merchants wish to get  in touch with a Canadian manufacture**  of box.. jukI-willow calf.   •  38. Representation in tlie "United  rciE.g'tlom.—A- British lirm of manufacturers', representatives, with headquarters, in London arid 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 agent's, 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, r-w., tools of all  kinds,     wood    manufactures,    chemicals.  \ household      laundry     machinery.      toys,  metal   fittings for  fancy  goods.  33. 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  I'ritish 'West Indies and would like to  .represent  Canadian   firms.  ■10. A. .Jamaisan commission agent,  located at Kingston, wishes,to represent  Canadian manufacturers of all lines of  manufactured goods.  ....41 Agencies.—A   leading  firm   of  St.  John's, dealing In lead, tin, zinc, and  manufactures thereof: galvanized iron,  sheet, iron, trunks, axe and pic!-: handles,  etc., spices, jellies, coffee, and other  standard grocery lines, tweeds, hessian,  etc., dfsires coinmunicat.ion with Cana-  j dian exporting firms of these commodi-  . tics.  42. Agi-icttlttaral Machinery.—.A farmers' co-operative society operating in  the Transvaal, are prepared to purchase  from Canadian manufacturers gang  plows, harrows, drag, cultivators, planters, mowers (cutting only, not binding^,  shellers   and   graders.  43. Canned. Pish, Trait and. Vege-  tableu.—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 get in touch -with  Canadian  exporters of asbestos.  45. Pulp.—A French agent wishes to  .represent- Canadian  pulp   manufacturers.  46. Metals.•—-A . Paris commission  agent wishes to get into touch with  Canadian   exporters  of  mcUns.  47. roodBtuffs.—A French agent, invites '.-correspondence, from Canadian  producers of canned goods, meats, fish,  etc.  48. Foodstuffs.—An airent in . Mons,  Belgium, well acquainted with the Belgian trade, wishes to obtain the representation for Belgium of foodstuffs:  Caiined fish. meat. hams, vegetables, etc.  49. Canned Salmon, Canned Lobster,  and x"oodst';in-8.—An important French  concern i.s willing to accept the representation for France and adjacent countries of Canadian manufacturers and  producers.  50. Agency.—A French commission  agent wishes to get the representation  of any Canadian firms.  '    51.    Canned    Pears     and    Apple*.—A  ,l_.iverpdbl   firm is' in the market  lor  500  to 1.000 cases of the above.  52. Sagar Corn.—A Liverpool firm  asks to be placed in touch with exporters of the above, with a view to future  •business. '-     .  53. Apple Kings.—A Liverpool firm  .wishes' to hear from exporters of the  .above, with a view to-future business.  _54.    Canned    Apples     and     Penr* A  Liverpool   firm wishes   to  get   into  com-  j.munication with exporters of the above.  •'   55.    Canned Pears.—A Newcastle firm  asks  to  he. placed . in  touch-with export- j  ers of  the above.  ■ 56. Canned Tomatoes, Peas and  Beans—A Newcastle firm asks to b<-  placed in touch, with a view to future  business.  57. Cattlo   Peeding   Stuff's.—A   Liver- I  pool  firm  wishes  to  hear from shippers  of   the  .above   especially   Unseed    enkes  and   hay.   with   a   view   to   purchase   as  soon  as   conditions  permit.  58. Canned Tomatoes, Pears and Gallon Apples.—A Newcastle firm wishes to  hear from exporters of the above, with  a view p to business as soon as conditions  permit. v  59. Canned Meats.—A Newcastle firm  asks to be placed in cq.mmunicatlon with  'exporters of canned meats, with a view-  to  business   as  soon   as  conditions   per-  imft.  6C. Pormaldehyde.—A Leeds firm  wishes to get Into touch with exporters  of  !0 per c?nt. formaldehyde.  61. Apples—A Cardiff firm asks for  offers of apples up to '',000 or 3,000 barrels.  62. Apples.—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.  BtJISIN ESS JVBJE N  will find the  ORPHEUiVS CAPE  an  ideal  incf'ting j)laf*e for  Luncheon   Iloui'.     The  Best  Everything,     Prompt  Moderate     Charges,  capacity   200. ■  Opposite  Orpheum Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas.. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  he  of  Service,  Seating  COMMERCE  ONE  TON  TRUCK  A year ahead of other  trucks—-the only truck  having everything necessary on it when you buy  it.  Suiiivan-Taylor Motors, Ltd.   1260 Granville.  TANOARD MOTOR TRUCKS  Literally a standard truck \  throughout. Continental  Red Seal Motor, Tiniken-  David Brown worm gear  on all models, Brown-type  transmission, Spicer Universal joints.  Two, three and a half and  five-ton capacity.  Suiiivan-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, Se>  . 7075  Kes., Fair,  21381,  J. H. Healey  OFTOaEETBIST  Glasses  fitted  for  the  rel  lef  of  all  kinds    of  headache.  eye  strain    and  nervous  825 Eirlcs  Eid-r.  Tanconver  B  C.  DRT7GI-ESS    HEALING  W. J. Downie,   D.M.T.  MB. BTTSnTESS I«AN  Tt   will   pay   you   to   investigate   my  methods  and   treatment   i*  you  want,  to   keep  fit:     See next  ads'ertisement.  928 and  929  Bir3-.» . Bfiildiug-,  Vancouver, B. C.  Seymour 603 Snj-mour  724SU  Electrical Contractors  Liffkt and Power  Motor Repairs  - - ■-'---.-   Storage Batterits t  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570 Biohaxd*  St. /Phoae   Seymour   175  PHONE FAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanize Every-  "'   tliiEg* by Hot  Process  OrnamentsI  iron  Work,  Iron  Stairs,   Fire  Escapes  Bailing's.  Gates,    Fences,        Blacksmith  Work  Pole  7r©«   and   Steel  -Bar?,    Iron   Work   for  Steel and Wooden SKips. Castings,  Line  Hardware,   Pipe   Flanges,  etc.  T. WATT  225       5 tin  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  Avenue West Vancouver, E*.  C.  never  vet PAID a single repair bill.  Items below have boen published  in these columns heretofore, hat ar«  carried for ready reference for a fe-w  days pending: the publication of later  inquiries.  1. Iron, Steel and  ers.—A London firm  rriireseiitiitivi's wish  I'eiuv.s-.'iiui t ion    up'jn  Other  Manufactar  of   ma tin file 11 ire rs"  to   secure   the   sole  ;i    I'i'tnmissiati    or  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 cind Masting Sts. 'Phone Seymour 5000  arc.  our  built  not  claims.  '  for looks but for service—not morel  to JUSTIFY but to SURPASS  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS are sold  point by point in comparison with other  in  every  trucks.  ease where superiority is tested  The fact. that. 72% of LITTLE GIANT sales last year were re-sales to satisfied  customers is the filial proof.  Don't take our word for it—ask LITTLE  GIANT  owners about  the  dependability, economy and efficiency of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  INSIST UPON RECORDS OF PERFORMANCE, NOT PROMISES OF PERFECTION.  "W  We. j-rtiarantee <r>0% lower operating cost than any other Truck on the market,  vaporize the fuel and Thermo syphon steam into tho cylinders.  Tour service work on LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS is done every month at night  a I no Cost to you. '     f  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Seymour 2S4-f:-2^-|5  Vancouver  ; liiiyin-,'   ha.*is   of   Canadian   nutnul'actur- !  | t'l's   of   thf.-    followitiir   irnodx:    Malleable j  i iron   .-.it-am   tittuiKS;   cli-rtrical   plant  and I  } I'l'iuipmont    t'ov   all    pur;ii>s,.'s.    includin:-; |  ; sliijpbtiildinK:      brass      htlintjs;      pumps:!  ! lor.uini;.-:      stampings:      maohiiif     tools, j  ! i. U\;   tools   ol   all   kiiids;   wood   mauufa-.'-  i turt's: ohi'ir,ieals; lio'ischold  laundry nva-  j oliiin'ry;   toys;   nu-lal   littin^s   for   fancy  ■■■.'oils,   etc..  2. 3uckwher.t Flour.—A   London  com-  j pany.    handling   several    Canadian    pro-  I ducts,    wishes    to    .u'et    into    touch    with  j Canadian   producers  of  huckwlieat   tlour.  3   Maple.—A    London    manufacturinjr  company  wishes to  purchase  manufactured   maple  direct   from   Canadian   mills  cuttinf,'   it.   and   would   ho   Klad   to   hear  from those able to till orders.  4. Manufacturers'. Agent, leaving- for  ICngland end of January, would tie glad  to hear from Canadian manufacturers  desiririK representation In London, England, where he is to establish an office  of the company. Over twenty years'  experience in London, England, nnd seven  years in Canada.  5. "Wooden Handles.—A Glasgow firm  asks for quotations on broom and other  wooden   handles,  6. Enainelware.—A Glasgow house is  In need of household enamelware of all  descriptions.  7. Talc.—A Olnspow lirm Is open to  import talc in SO to 100 ton lots, also  rut   slice   talc.  8. Sarytos.—A Glasgow house asks to  hear   from   Canadian  exporters.  9. Gnllon Apples and Canned Fr'tits.  — A  Glasgow  lirm  in a  position  to  place  j lartre orders desires to receive pjuota-  | tioiis.  | 10. Canned Vegetables.—Some Glasgow  j produce brokers would like to "liter into  j negotiations with Canadian shippers of  i canned vefrr-tables with a view to busi-  I ne':s  a*-   soon  ;'s  conditio]!'*   "ermit.  11.   rionr  and  Grain.—A   Belfast  *rni  j wishes  to  .tret   into  touch   with   exporters  , of   Hour,   barley,   fiats,    wheat,   rye,    etc.,  with a  \ iew  to  future business.  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  For over eight years FEDERALS  have been built by a strong, well financed  company which has devoted its energies  to Mot err Trucks Exclusively—That's  why tsbey are Built right—Ask  t  Tucker Footer Company  Soyjnowr 3565 833 Pender St. "West, Vancouver  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  -3  ist (I  BRITISH COLUMBIA KSCOUD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPSff  M-raara-i-n^^  ■   mar sr~m. ^wa wmMawa   I  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS  and  Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS  ?■*■&*>  «.■ —  *"E*"*j»t.t^.    j ^(Sj  i&JWS&^'M  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  Fraser River  ING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, MgT.  WHARF BU8LDSNGf  BR3DGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  "."■■ ;;ETC,     ;.'-..  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front St   ZI %;■ New Wsstminster  Telephone 1015  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  ■"•ii  PAINTING, PAPER HANG-  INS and KALSQMMNG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8768  1065 Dunsmuir St.  of building materials on hand, from  present indications, there is a sufli-  cient amount to fill present needs, at  least, and prices are not high as compared with other commodities. Moreover, labor is availaotc now, and may  not be six months hence.  Labar's attitude,  too,  is  thoroughly  conciliatory and reasonable, according  to all advices  that have reached the  Department of Labor.  There is almost universal need for  improved housing and business buildings, according to information which  lias already reached the Division of  Public Works, and almost every municipality in the United States has suspended construction of schools, roads  and sewers during the war, so that a  large amount of construction is needed  at once.  It is the general opinion among  business men that the after-war period  will bring America great opportunities  in, the way of foreign'trade, if the.  country is able to accept them.' Homes,  roads and bridges are as essential as  factories and warehouses for the efficient conduct of-industry, ..for the producers of'the nation must be comfortably housed and means of cdminimk'.a-  ti.on must be available for' the country's progress.  The building industry at the beginning of the war produced modern fireproof buildings, hygiencally designed,  at less cost than the old-fashioned city  buildings of 30 years ago, in spite of  the gradually decreasing powerof the  dollar.  Macdonald School. As soon as the  plans are completed a notice of same  will'appeaj* in the Record.  .-■■■■■■■■wuwMM.MHp**Mw«ww[j».**t**Miii i.— bwiulJ ■ amiwuu.^ttamatna»  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  n  BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS  KEV   TAQ8,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     ETC*  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND PAIR PRICES    '  PHOWE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  Cement, barrels  '»•"-»  00  All tenders must be submitted on or  before ' January 3.1, 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.  \V.  '  HOGG, Secretary-Treasurer.  401   Credit   Foncier   Building,   Hastings Street West, Vancouver, U. C.  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  Buyers' Guide  When Buying Bull-ding-; Material and Suppliers  Patronize Record Advertisers  ARCHITECTS supplies  Dominion  ltliie  Trim  Co Sey.   2197-4070  hvi  FOR SALE  EXCHANGE  ABCniTECTUEAt  TEEBA   COTTA  Kvans.  Coleman  &  I'vans,   Lul Key.   i'lHS  O'Xeil,   Win.   X.   Co.,   I.,n| Siiy... •*7!l.'i  lllti.-hiu Contr.  &  Sup.   Co..   l.ul..,;...... ; t*cy.  II162  ASPHALT  PELT  Kvans,  Coleman  At   Kvans,   Mil Key.   29S8  Tim   llarrett   Co.,   I.iiulti'il Pay.   03  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  Ccpcrley,   Itounsi't'cll  A   Co .Sey.   7S20  BANIS  Uoiiio  Itimk of Canada Sey.  .1270  BANK,   OPPICE    &    STORE   FITTINGS  Jiiini'S   llruokcs.  Woodwkji.   I'll.., Ltd.. „ West.   -173  BLUE  PRINTS  Dominion  iflu'o  l'rlm  t'o..!   MACHINERY  PUBLIC   WORKS  OF  CANADA  BRITISH    COLUMBIA    DREDGING  FLEET  Sealed tenders will  be  reecived  by  Agents   For  Xylite   Grease   and   Perfection   Oils  Sltoolcum   Lo-yglner   Block  4;72   in.    by   IS   ft.   toilers   1G0   lbs.  2   Con I  dryers  suitable  for  lisli.  All   siaC'S  of  cable   in  stock,  T.  A.  "WALSH   &   CO.  7 Alexander St. Sey. 473S   Si-y.   t!l!)7-'lB70  BRICK—ALL   KIKDS  Kvn'iis,   C.'iili'iuiiii  .V:   KviiM.i.   l.UI '. Sey.   '20AH  (illlcy   Ilros..   Kill West.   1,1-IB  O'Xell.   Win.   N.   Co.,   Ltd    ■..Sey,   479.-,  Ritchie Contr.   tt  Sup.   Co,,   l.UI... Sey.  910'.'  lUti'lili',   J.   T.   A. .....: ...Si'y.  K0".7  Which.   II.   V.   ,t  ('o,.   Ltd..' Sey.  279-1941  BUILDING   PELTS   AND   PAPERS  Kvans,   Coleman  A  Evaiu.  J,id ._ S«y.. 2U.18  O'Ni'll.   Win.   X.   Co.,   Mil   Sey.   -J71T. f  Tin.'   Parrclt   Co..   Limited Hay.   t!3  MARBLE   AND   ONYX  Evnim.   Coleman  A-   Kvuiih,   Mil   U'.Ni'll,   U'm.   N.  Co.,  Mil,.., ;  METAL   STAMPIIfO  (Sliilis Tout  it  StiinipliiK  Works   MILL-WORK  .lames  Prookcs  Wooilwki;.   Co.,  l.ul   MIMEO GRAPHING  Centra)   Puhllc   Slciiovripphers   .Sey.  29 h«  .Sey.  4795  Fair.  2170  West  473  ■ Hey.  5U7U  II,   C  MOTORS  I'lcelrlo  Co .   I.til...:   MOTOR   TRUCKS  I,Ink- (,'lnm   Mi.iur Trnrl;  Co.   Tucker   Muliir   Co   MUITIOSAPKINO  Celltl'lll   Fuhl.'c   S!clli.;(raplicis   Dominion  lilue  I'rlnt  Ci ,v  .Sey.   2S-H-45   Sev.   3.16S    Sey.  ey.   2197  .V)T«  •1070  OPPICE  AND  STORE   FITTINGS  Dixon   .V;   Munay s,.y.   jt7«5-*>70«  OPPICE     SUPPLIES  Western  Specialty  Cn.      AND    PRINTING-   •■■ Sey.   3M'<i  BONDS—  Ccper'.cy.   Roun.sclell   A   Co  Winch,  H.   V.   A  Co..  Ltd.  ■SURETY  » !  Estimates  by  trade  publications  injoflice.of A_  F>  mtche]l> EsC!., Actin  the  building field indicate that there J District Engineer, Victoria, p. C, and  ■   . ■  -  is a shortage of approximately 700,000 I at the office of C. C. Worsfold, Esq.,  houses in America at the present time.'District Engineer, New Westminster,  These    figures    will    be   checked   up|B. C, and at the office of the under-  A   reduction-  of   10   per   cent,   will   be  allowed  off nil  tnai'hines  .sold  this  week.  the undersigned until 4 p.m. on Fridav, j This i.s hi order to make room for other  _ , _,_„.,,,, . , I machinery   that   w. 11   arrive   this:   week.  February   it'll,   l!)19,   for    repairs    and: \v*e luivu a full inuchuiu sho;.» euuiimieat,  general overhaul of the Departmental! j-^hes.   Idr1I1l-l„ pIT,s^.^' „,,"?-l,Iii-,1FVtJ!?rihcnlne*  .        , . ' t.'tjj.s  and  dies,  emery  stai:ds,  etc.  Dredse,.No. 303  ("Fruhling").  Each tender must be sent in in, a  sealed envelope, endorsed "Tender for  Repairs to Dredge No. ,303 ("Fruhling.") :"■•.._-,;  Specifications can   be   seen   at   the  CARPENTERS  UImiii   .'v   Murrn;..J   CEMENT  llnifotir.  (Inthrle &  Co...... „  j  lOvr.ris,   Coliuua'i  k   Kvaru,   I.lit   | (illley. ilros... I.Ki   ! O'Xell.   Will.   X.   t'o..:M'l   Ilitelile  I'onir   &  .Slip.   (.'i.i.,   Mi!   Wlnell.   H.   V.   S.  Co..   Ltd :.   CEIffi-32-rT    TESTING    AND  iiliilt,   tUi'iert   W.   &.('n   C. O. WESCOTT  57-61  AleKaiider  St.  Sei  rCD5   Sey.   7SS)  ...Sey.  L'TIMOU  ..Sey.   S7tij-S7'iij  ..Sey.   91!»7-i'.:.7.1   Sey.' •.'•IN.*   West.    1.1-III  ....: Sey.   -I7'i3 j  ... Sey.   'MG2 j  PAINTINR   AND   PAPER   HANGING  Dixoil   .V  -Mtinay  st.y.   4i7B3-.S7*l«.  PAINTS—PIRE-PROOP  O'Xell.  Win.   X.  Co.  Md ;...; Key.   t7!l3  PAINTS—DAMP   PKOOP  Kyaiw,   Colemuu  \-   Kvnns,   I.i.t. .. ':. Sey. "19 SH  O'Neil.   W:n.   X.   Co.;   Md s,.y' 47.35  llitl-llie,    II.    T,    ,\...     Sey, Slj.*i7  PAPER  Smith.  Dnvldaon & Wrl;:lit,   I.til      ....Sey.  S.10I  PARTITION—PISEPROOP  Kvmw,  Coleiiiun  *.-. Kvnns.   Mil..  Itltvlilt' Vumr,   A-,.'i'ii|(.  Co.,   l.ul   PARTITION  I'e-irsoii   Wire  iSc'Tmn   \\'k<   WIRE  .Sey.   J70-1JJ.11 i Westminster  Iron  Work.;..  'ATTERNS  ...Sey.  ..)St:y.  Kalr.  •-*9H>*  •94  ASSAYING  .............Sey.  -ilfl*  PHOTOSTATS  Dominion   (Slue   I'rlnt  Co.... ,...:...  •.'1-37-1C70  CONTRACTORS—GENERAL  Ar;>ir,troi!'*. -Moiitsori <^ Co., Ltd....  . Sey.  lS.iC  See   Us  For All Kinds of Machinery  WEIR   -MACHINERY   CO.   LTD.  1396  Riciiards  St. Sey.  7442-7443  j     CONTRACTORS—TILS—TERRAZZO  I  Kvaii-*,   Oik-uian. &   Kvans.   l.ul Sey.   'JdHS  O'Xeil.   \Vm.   X.   Co.,   Mil...:.„ .'. S.y.   47HJ  C*3ANES    AND    HOISTS    (ELECTRIC)  The Jlolden  Co.,   I.til - Sey.   10i!5  j PIG  IRON AND   TIN  i Iliiirnnr,pGutlnie  Hi  Co ...Sey.   OUt't'""."  i  Kvnnri.   t'olemiin '.V.   Kv:in^;   Ltd ,:  s,-,-.   '2H^  Wlntli.  H.   V.   .t  Co..   Md..   ■ >•'>*.  POLES  I  through the researches or the Division I signed,   710-713   Birks   Building,  of Public Works; but they correspond  couver, B. C.  Yan-  . Pumps and Pumpintc Plants of every  description bou-jjlit a.nil soid or rented  out.     All  pump supplies  and''repairs.-  PUMPS   Si  POWER  LIMITED  216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour   3110  fairly well with figures given recently  at the housing conference in -Boston,  where it was said that the normal  home building of the nation is approximately 320,000 houses each year,  assuming five, persons to a house and  figuring solely on the annual increase  in population.  SEATTLE—The Pacific Steamship  Co. has awarded the contract 'for the  repair of the steamer Admiral Watson  to a Victoria shipyard, due to the local jto accept the lowest or any.tender.  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. (10%) 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.compleje the contract.  If the tender be not accepted, the  cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  Hoisting engines, locon-otives, lathes,  wire rope, raiis, cars, machinery of all  kinds. ''""  NATIONAL   MACHINERY   CO.  S25 Main St. Sey. 600  DIES   AND   TOOLS  Olblis "Tool  &  StamiiliiR   Works   DRAFTING  Dondr.lon  I'.lue  I'rlnt Co ..:... ;  ..Kair.,'217-;  DRILLS—PORTABLE  OarlliiK.   Frank  .V  Co...".   The   Iioldeii   Co..   Ltd..   ....Sey.   '.M97-4G70  ELECTRIC   Sey.   41U0-II01   ..Sey.   lu«5  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  I ' and   Sold.  B. C. EQUEPKENT  CO., MD.;; ';  Ban!- of Ottawa Bid***. S«y. 9040  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES  It.   C.   HU'i'trlc Co..   Md _ _ Sey.   5000  Cope  (c  Son :  : Sey.   KliO'!  Darliiiit,   Krank   &   Co. Sey.   4100.4101  ELEVATORS  DxrliriK.  Krank  «*i  Co..   Sey.   4100-4101  PILING   AND  Kederal  Lumber  Co   pile DntvriTG  Kvans,  Cele'iinn  jl-  Kvans.  Mil   l-'.-asiT   ltiver   I'ile   Dr.   Co   PIPE—SEWER  KvaiiB.   (''nleitian   .S.-   Kvans.   Ltd '.:....  CiHey   Ilros .   t/..|   Itltehle Contr.   Jv  Sup!   Co.,   Ltd,    Wilieti. It.  V.  A Vv.  L;d .'.   PLASTER  I  !'..i'|-,,nr,  Oiiihrle  * Co   i Kvans.  Coleman  &   Kvans.  Ltd   Gilley  Ilros.,  Ltd   O'Xell.   Wm.   X.   Co..   Lt'l.,    Hltelde Conir. .ic Sup.  Co..  Ltd   PLASTER   BOARD  Kvans,   Coleman &   Kvans.  I,td   O'Xeil.  Wm,   X*.   Co..   Ltd „   Itl.t'i'-hle Contr.' &  Sup.   Co..  Ltd   3f9*t-:tnoo   Sey.  ..West.  1015   Sey.  .West,   Sey.  Sey.   i73-1941  ■231*  I .-..is  ' 9102,.  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  strike.  $75,000.  The   work   will    cost   about  Vanderhoof  may   have  a  pulp  mill  in the course of a vear.  By order,  F. H. SHEPHERD,  Superintendent of Dredges.  Department of Public Work's, Canada,  Vancouver, B. C, January 22nd, 191S.  »-,»~«..»».»..»..».-*--»..«-»-«»-»m»"»' •■■•*."•»-  f AT YOUR SERVICE. ^>        ?  i If yoa want to reach tlie man who *  ibnyf-i Buiiatair M*terUl«, Kscttliuhrr;i  i Hardware, Electrical an* Plamblnffi  isnppliee, Motor Trnolc*, Iron .Midj  . Steel, etc., lt -will pay you to toe repre-.  •-tented in the British Columbia y  i Record. ':''.'.-" f  f Tlie British Columbia Record !■>  !the only building" and conetraction:  "newspaper in British Columbia eoa-|  'suited .avery other day by Contrac-i  ?tors, En*ri*a«*-ers, Architects, Building-i  • Material Dealers, Shipbuilders, Lum-j  i ber Mills,  and Milling-  Companies.       4  ELEVATOR  CARS AND  ENCLOSURES  S.  At.  Morris &  Co.,  Ltd   Ilay.   1013  O'Xeil.  Wm.' X.  Co.; Ltd : Sey.   *7W5  KltclilK Contr.  &  Sup, ',.Co.'.   Ltd , '......Sey.  9!«2  ENCLOSURES  Pearson  Wire St Iruu Wkj   -Sey,   91-17   Sey.   West.  ....... ..Sey.  ,., Sey.  ...Sey.  ...Sey.  ...Sey.  .,..J-nlr.   2704  ENGINEERS'  Dominion  liluc 3'rlnt Co   SUPPLIES   Sey. ■.'497-4670  FENCES AND GATES  1C33 GraiwHIe St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  PROPOSALS   WANTED  MISCELLA.H-EOUS   PROPOSALS  Tenders will be called for soon by  the school board for the. erection of  l 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 the  *+^b®~b*'b<^b^b**<*tt-b*'b<2-'b>Z'Jb<i>'b  •J*  * ARCHITECTS  •b  ^^\^^,-^>^b'd>tb1i'rb^^b<^b^l'^'b'y'b^-b'^'r^r^r  ! Members of The Architectural Institute  of  British   Columbia.  S. J. Trictey  NTRAL  SHE  WORK  E. E. EUiott  METAL  SHEET,  COPPER,  BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  . STE-AM TABLES  SMOKE STACKS  HEATING   VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151 y2 Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  VANCOUVER  I".e:i7.ie,   .la*.,  ■i-.ii  A.  10 .Ila-'.lu-'i   *.V   j Itrynii   &   Oirarn.   :.fl!»   ItVlia-di   i Haitpin   &   Evjli-iith.   8IS   I'.a '.lIiihh   W . ...  i Oarillncr. . *•*.   <;..   &  M.-reer,   7\i  Oranri!  Ui-iiilrrsnii,   A.   IC,.   HI,',  na'Ui'.i-'  W   ll<iii..'.vninii.   &   I'nrils.   S.-.O   lla.-itini-:4   W..  ICea^cy.  .fames  \V.,   ^~,-r,  -Jiid   Ave.   W....  Mat!ie:on.   I'.p>l;ert   M..   .iH9   Kiehard-i   j l'ahner.   Iternard  (*.,   SjO   Ha.itln-;s  W....  1 I'ai-r   &   MacKp'ii/.i.'.   7:ii!   Ora.'iviile   ! Sharp  &  Tlinniiwiii,   CO   render  W   I Townley.   I'V-d   1...   .'J.',')   Homer   St.   Twixt-n, it. r.  s.. yj- Jiu.-.tirias   COPPERSMITHS  IVSarine and Genera!  THE   CITY   WELDERS  Cor.  Alexander   and   Hettth-y   Avenun  1'hone   ULxhliuid   "i00»  .Sey. 330(1  . .S.v,'. Kll.!  .  Sey. 3»'p7'2  ...Sey. 7-.M  .  Sey. lfi*-l  Ilay. 7VM  . Sey. fill*-!'  .. Sey. •I'i.pjO  S.-v. 7-111  .  Sey. le'il  ..Sey. :J0KI  . Sey. 70 :>.r,  VICTORIA  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW INSTALLATIONS  JANUARY  24,1*1919  Wonder. G. .1. & Co., Mfrs. Apt., 13S Hnstin*?-* XV Sey.    01*5  Brown & Godwin,  lirokers,  500   Kichards "*»*-'>'■   '•s-'i'  JANUARY   25,   1919  Woman's Bakery.  The, SIM  Granville :.S>;y.  709/  CHANGES.  JANUARY  24,  1919  Canadian  Kir Woodvard, Granville T^ane A  Beach, to 1-ir.r. Granville Sey.  ",290  City  Wood & Coal Yard, Granville Lane &  Beach, to 1.155 Granville. Sey.  1W,'.  Lawson Elevator Co.,  13G Dufferin.  to .ri53  Granville Sey.   l.,»2  Cassidy's, I-td.    029  Granville - —■  t'earaon AVlru.-Jt- Iron \\Tcs..........  FIRE   CLAY  nalfonr.  G'uthrle  & Co   Kvans.  Coleman  &  Kvam.  Lid   C.illey  Itrot*..   Ltd....- :   O'Xell.   Wm.   X.   Co.. Ltd   mteliie Contr.   &  Sup.   Co..   Ltd   Winch. K.  V.   & Co.. Ltd:   FIRE   ESCAPES  S.   It.  Morris K- Co..  Ltd   ..........Fair.  *!794   Sey.   9197-657',   Hey.   l-DitS   West.   13-16   Sey.   4795   Sey. 916-J   rivy.  1*79-1114-1  PLASTER  PARTITION  BLOCKS  Kvriti*?,   ('olenmn vfe   Kvans,  Ltd... Say.  PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  Kthii<" Cnlciunn /.-  Evan.<.   Ltd Spy.  O'Xell.   Wm.   X".  Co.,   Ltd., -......'„...- Sey.  IS-16  47!-'5  yn'i.  29,-ij"  •i: tt&  :ii  PIRE   EXTINQ-UISHER   SYSTEMS  l'.arr   &   AiuUtshii Si">'.   filSO  FLOORING  .r.  Fyfe Smith & Co.,  Ltd   PORGINGS  VVeatmlnster  Iron Works   ...   Sey.   IlflO  ..West.  GALVANIZING  T.   Wail Iron  & lla'v.  Works   Imperial  Bank of Canada,  S4  Hastings W.   Sev.    "76  to  Sev.   GZ'fi   Sey.  '1031  to  Hey. *i!60S  JANUARY   25,   1919 „„,.„  Canada Skandinaven Newspapers 510 Mast. XV. to 3--1 Cambie Sey.  90m  -2>v*i'**r*2**r*il,>'H'v,2-^-J'"^  «***'" ,- *2'  ..Sey.   SOI  47!ij  an Ailis-C  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver  CI as ADPliaiK'e  Co   GLASS—ALL  KINDS  O'Xeil,  Wru.   X.  Co..   Ltd.. Sey  HARDWARE j  C.roivn,   Fraser   &  Co..   Ltd..-. - Sey.   ~Ij:<  Flelt.   J.. A". Sey.   ■."•■ii-iSl'S I  KARDWOOB-   FLOORS  »    C.    I!nr,i.v.j'.pd   fi.mr   t:.,.,    Ltd Kay. 1-S7  O'X'.'ll,   Wm.   X.   Co..   Ltd Sey. 47!*3  .1.   Fyfe Smitli  .'i Co..   L'.d Sey. 1190  HARDWOOD   LUUCBEB i  .1.   Fyfe Smilh & Co..   Ltd Sey.   1 IBS j  •asATING—HOT     AIR,     STEAM     AND 1  VENTIIiATING  Itailey.   K.   A S-:  Itarr   &   Anderson Sey.  y_ \ Xori.ian'Kydd Sey  X j HOISTING    EITGINES  .*. ; Itltt'lile  Contr.   it   Sup.   Co..   Ltd .Sey,  ♦ j INSURANCE  "•* I t'erierley.   Ilounffell   ,'i   1:0   $ I  Wineli.   It.   V.   ft  Co..   Ltd   INTERIOR    FINISH  K'/nii!".   r.'oleniun   &   Kvam.   Ltil .    .......  *,  RItclilr Contr.   &  Sup.  Co..  Ltd ,„Sey.  •■ PLUMBING  nalley.   E. . A...;. -. Sey.*  T'arr   &.  AnderBon _.. ,. .Se.y.  Norman Kydd .'. ,.' Sey.  PNEUMATIC  TOOLS  Iiarlinj;,   Frank   &   Co  Sey.   4IO0-4M  The  Holden  Co..   Ltd Sey.   104  PRINTERS  n.tKley.  A.   O.   & Sims.  Ltd Key.  31  PUBLIC  STENOGRAPHER 1  Central   Public   St>.'iiojrn|ilif>rs Sey.   507ft'  Dominion  I'.liiu   Print  Co _ .Say.   J197--407*  PUMPS  Say.  1043    Pumps  &   Power.  Ltd , Sey.   SU»  ROOFING COMPOSITION  Kvaru.   Cou>ii:sn   &   Kvan.i.   l.ul Sey.   29,^*1  Tli:-   P.arrett   Co..   Limited  I'.ay.   i»l»  O'Xell,   Wm.   X.   Co.,   L*.d '' Sey,   479.?  Ritchie  Contr.   .t  Slip.   Co..   Ltd .....Sey.   Oldi  Smitli.   Davidson  & Writ-lit.   Lt.i Sey.   95t>i*  ROOFING—SHEET   METAL  (Soe Cornice and Boolingr)  ROOFING   MATERIAL  ...Fair.   !I71    The  v.arrctt  Co..   Limited I'.ay.   OS  Kvans.  Coleraan  &   Evans,   Ltd    Sey.   29■M  Ritchie  Conir.   &   Sop,   Co..   L'.d Sey.   i'l'Ci  T.    A  .   Sey.   80r»7  ROPE—MANILLA  Ita'.four,  (Juthrie  iv  Co Sey.  S'.3:.6j75  RUBBER   STAMPS  P.aitley.  A.   fl.  it  Son1.   Ltd Sey.   31G  SAFES—VAULT   DOORS  O'Xeil.  Win    X.  Co..  Ltd Sey.   47'J5  SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK  Evans,   Coleman   fc   Evans,   Ltd  Sey.   it'.SH  (lllle.v   Pros.,   Ltd r West.   15-1G  Rili-liio Contr.   &  Sup.   Co.   Ltd Sey.  9UI2  SASH   DOORS,   WINDOWS,   ETC.  I O'Ni'll,   Win.   X.   Co..  Ltd Sey.   47:15  I'J-i j SHEET   METAL  (US') ; Central  Sheet  -Metal   Works Sey.   i*-*  Hiss ! sHUfGLE       MANUFACTURERS      AN3  i DEALERS  RDj-j!- (See Lumber  and Shingles)  j SHOW   CASES  "HMl  Dixon   it   Murray   Sey.   S7i33-S7i-*S  •;■"•»-1!'I-'j SLATE  i Evans.   Col-miiu   i.   Eva.-:,-..   Ltd Sey.   a>i«  Sey.   'js.ts ' tfX.'H. 'Wm.   X.  Co.  Ltd  Sey.   47"5  m  Kitellii-    J.  .Sey.  O'X.'il.   Win.   X.   Co.,   Ltd      Sey.    I7.T  Ritchie  Contr.   &   Sup.   (,'....   Ltd Sey.   'Mil:  IRON   AND   3TEEL—STRUCTURAL  Can.   X.   W.   Steel   Co..   L.il   fair.   •.Mini-;  , j Wlnell.   It    V,   &   I'o ,   Ltd  : ' Rlti'lue  1'iiiitr.   .^   Sup.   Co .   L'.pI  I STEEL—REINFORCING  I lialfonr,   liuthrte  .V-   Co     Sey.  fll'J  Sey.  Sey.  y.   'J7H-19H  ,   Sey.  lilti*  lleiiiiel.   A.   R..   1OS0  St.   Louis  St 1171 Rl  Keith.   .1.   <'..   II.,   Sayvvard   Illili! 1-J20  Maclure.   Sam,   t'nion   Hank  lSlde 2.S18  KUI'-way- Wilson,   Lieut.-Col Pclmoiu   House  PANT AGES  Three Shows Daily  2-30-7.00-9.00  PRBCES 20c-30c  BRICK  CONTRACTOR  Chiinaeys,  Fireplaces,  Etc.  Jno. B. Sadler  Res.  2085 -frith Ave. W.    Box 25. Kerrisdale  Phone  Eburne  a03L,2  G. W. ROBINSON  CARPENTER and BUILDER  also  Cabinet   Maker  Upholstering  2226 Cambie Street  MAIN ELECTBIC SUPPLY  R. J. ERRINGTON  Electrical Contractor  Fairmont  .910  144   Broadway  W.  t  .f.  ♦  •b  I  4  <s*  t  •b  ♦  * •*  t  I  $  %  %  «3'  -b  t  t  t  Mining Machinery  Saw Mill Machinery  Centrifugal Pumps  Steam Pumps  Hydraulic Power Plants  «Vi  **>  Co'ltll!ilu.   .1.    A:   Sons Sey.   7'Ull  l-.'va.is,   Coleriiiin  .-••   K-.iim.   led .'''■>'.   -9-H,s  H.   AI.   M.irris   <\:   Co..   Lid        ....  I*.l.y.    I'jCt  d'Xeil.   Wm.   X.   Cip,   Lid  :.  .S'-y.    17'J.",  Ritchie   ('ppiilr.    .V;   Sup.   Co.   Lid Sey.   tllil-J  T    Wiltt   Iron   A-   Ciiiv.   V.'p.rl..-  Ftllr.   II71  Westminster  Iron  SViirk*       i.AVesl.   53  IRON   AND   STEEL—ORNAMENTAL  Artistic  Wlr.- ,Vi   Iron  Won:,  Fair.   '•'ilH  Kvans,   C.ilrmnii   .V   Kvans.   Ltil Sey.   '!!is.*<  S.   .M.   Morris  A   Co.,   Ltd Hay.   I'lC!  Kvans,   Ltd  Sey.  .  Sev.  ■ZJ»*  Kvam.   Coleiiiun   ,«  Itllchie.   J.    T.    A  STOUE  AND  OrFICE FIXTURES AND  STORE   FRONTS  HKoii   J.   M-irray Sey.   S7«:i-s7««  Ltd  B-Sead Office   -   -   -   -   Toronto, Oof.  VANCOUVER BRANCH OFF8CE  1063 Pender St., W. Seymour 5710  I-:,  4.  <?•  •I*  O'Ni'll.   Win.   X.   Co..   Ltd Sey.   47:15  Pearson   Wire   A-   Ir.ni   Wks Pair.   U'7'.l I  Ilitelile  Contr.   &   Sup.   Co.,   Ltil Sey.   111'!'!  T.   Wult   Iron   A:  (lalv.   Works Fair.   H71  Westminster Jroti Works West.  Ci3  KALSOMININO  Dixon   ft   Murray Sey.   .S7«5-S7ii(i  LATH—METAL  Kvans.   Coleman   At   Kvans.   Ltd Sey,   29SK  O'Xell.   Win.   X.   I'o..   Ltil , Sey.   47.15  Ritchie  Contr.   &   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd Sey.   9III2  Itiichle,   .1.    T.    A Sey,  S(>57  LIME  . Sey.  awn  I7'.I5  , ... Pay. -13  ... Sey.   'J'J.W  ... Sey. 29.*ll  West. ID-lfi   Sey.   DUi  ..Sey.  ..S-y.  29SH  475*  Sey.  ■II!)7-l!57S   Sey    KI.M  ..Sey.   '179-19M  Sey.  '2>*b<Z>'b'$*bfr*b'b'b4>'b&'bft4'-'bti>'btZ>'b<^  Itairoiir,   (inthrle  A-  Co Sey.  »l!)7-«r,7.*i  KvitiiM.  Coleiiiiin  ft   Kvaiir..   Ltd  Sey.   "iflXK  (Jlll.y   Pros.,   Ltd   West.   I.',-Hi  O'Xell.   Win.   X.   Co.   Ltd Sey.   479*.  Ritchie  Conir.   A-   sup.   c„ ,   Li.l Sey.  UKi1!  Winch.   II.   V,   &   Co.   Lid Sey.   279-1911  LUMBER  federal   Lmiiher   Co Sey.   3911.1-:i!l!i'J  MACHINERY  lirown.   Fraser   ft  Co.,   Ltd.         Sey. "Li.l  C.-nvsloii    Maehinery   Co.,    Ltd ...Sey. 1197",  Hup-llnx.   Prank   fr   Co Sey.   4IOO-4IOI  O'Xell,   Wm.   X.   Co.,   Lid Sey. 479i  Puuips  A   Power.   Ltd Sey. HI Id  Kitchie c.iiitr.   *  Sup.  Co.,   Lt'l Sey. illili  The   Holden   Co..   Ltd Sey. Ifllir,  MACHINE   WORK  (Mil*  Tool  &  StiiiniiliiK  Works Fair.   2I7B  Westminster   Iron  Works West.   *>3  MANTELS—BRICK.   TILE   AND  "WOOD  Kvans,   Col.'man   A   Kvans,   Ltd Sey.   KIHH  O'Xell,   Win.   X.   Co..   Ltd Sey.   479,',  Ritchie  Conir,   A:  Slip.   Co..   Ltil Sey.   I1IA2  MAPS  Dominion  Blue  I'rlnl  Vo Sey.  '1497-11170  Kvam.   C,i:..'i,:.'in   A   L'va  O'X, il.   Win.   X.   I'o .   Ltd   TAR   AND   PITCH  The   P.arr-'tt   Co.,   Limited   Kvam.   I'.il.-.'iiiiiii   A-   Kvans.   Ltd    TILE—DRAINING-  Kvans.   Cnlenuin   ft   Kvans,   Ltd   (illley   Pros .   Ltd   Ritchie  Contr.   ,<t   Sup.   Co.   Ltd   TILE—FLOOR   AND   WALL  Kvans,   Coleman   &   Kvans,   Ltd   O'Xeil.   Wm.   X.   Co..   Ltd   TIN   PLATES  Palfoiir.  (inthrle  A-  Co   Kvans.   Cilciiuin   A   Kvans,   Ltd   ...  Wincli,- II.   V.  Ac  Co..   Ltd   TOOL   STEEL  Darlin;'.   Frank   ,'i   Co.   .      Rl-i-hle.    -I.    T     A   VACUUM CLEANING SYSTEMS  P.arr   ft.   Ainlei'son  s''>  WAIIi   BOARDS  Kvans.   Coleman \t   Kvans.   Ltd Sey.   20JI  WATERPROOF   COMPOUND  The   I'.ar-ptt   Co.,   Limiled   Kvans,   Colenitin   A   Kvans.   Lt.i   ()-Xeil.   Win.   N.,   A   Co..   Ltd   Rlti-ii.".   J-    T-    A   V/INDOW   SCREENS  Artistic Wire A   Iron  Works   K.   M,   Morris  A   Co.,   Ltd   O'Xell.   Win.   X..   ft.  Co..   Lid  Pearson   Wire  A-   Iron   Wks   WIRE   WORKERS  Artistic  Wire ft   Iron  Works   J't'iirs'in   Wire   A   Iron   Wks   WIRE   KOEE  I'alfour,   (inth'le   A-   Co     Sey.   ill!>V-«S7fi  Kvans.   Coleman   A   Kvans.   Ltd      Sey.   "•"•'•'W  Winch.   R.   V..   ft   Co.,   Lid Sey.   '-'79-19''',  Ritelilo Contr.   A  Sup.   Co.,   Ltd Sey.  91K3  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  The   PiUTctl   Co.,   Limited P"/  UDIl-liDl  c...     VIlW  lilM  Pay.   M  ..Sey.  -Sey.  Fair.  , I'.ay.  S.-v.  Fair.  Fair.  Fair.  29 M  47!>* '  8057  2ii IU  l(il*l  479,'i  279 I  21118  2791  VS


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