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 .""■ty&vA :::v.  •-. ,„    ■■      ,.,.. .' '.■'■■ivvi-'■ ■.;n.'.''"...Mf^.y»'):  ■" ' ■^**ZZ&?TV'^-:*--',A':A^ •j;;.:.'.',-"-,:'':.-. ^::,"■"  'ff'   .   .4.V *      -44-'   '  xiV'44Vit--4?'P:H.;''i''-ti"iMi!Ti&i^v5'S'';'/  /■',      \  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO GENEBAL NEWS, BUniDIWO.   CONTRACTTNO,  EN0HSTEEBIWO, PBOTXHTCXAI.,  CITY A-WD HAKBOB IMPBOVEBCE-STS.  'VOL. XVJ I. No.   12  PnbliBhed  Monday  Wednesday and Friday  VANCOUVER, B.C., MONDAY, JULY 7, 1919  Y  Office and Plant  583 Homer-Richards Lane  FBICE—Per Year in Advance  Per Month    -    -    -    -  »10.00  1.00  Building Material  Y-  Wm. N. O'Neil Co.,  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-550  Seymour St.  PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS, Limited  ROOFING CONTRACTORS  METAL WINDOWS  FIBS BOOBS  SKTUOHTS  JOBBZNO  BLOW PEPIWO  \ SMOKE STACKS  Granville Is.  Seymour 2172  DOMINION  Pressed R RI C^\4^ Common  Gabriola Shale Products. Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  UILDIWO   FEBMITS   AMOtHfTIWO   TO  8500   OB   OVER ISSUED  AT   THE  VANCOTJVEB  CITY HAX.I.  YESTERDAY  Number  Description  Coat  lO'iTl-  10304-  -repairs  ...  -additions  $",00  $r»oo  Street Addreaa  tot   and   Block  108■■Broadway E.  321.0   Napier. St.  iO.'lSl--^-Garage     .... ?500  2425 'Main.S  »'  ,103'S3—Planing   Mill    ?2,700  lOSSr.—Dwelling : $2,000  1038G—Dwelling .....54,000  10388—Dwelling  $2,500  103S9—Dwelling ....$2,000  False Creek   ....  2030 28th Ave. E ...4—9....  3106-Jitlr Ave. VV G-t3G  210 15th Ave. E ..1-97  3GfiG   14th   Ave.   W..«  -101  Subdivision  Architect      Owner  i  ZAZZ...Z   46    D. E. Rise  540   540    ........  R. W. S. Chadney  Contractor  Addre-sw  Joseph   Morris    T.   Matthews  Owner   Owner .., '.'...: ......  Owners .'.   F.   Sweetman .........  Smith  Bros ...North  Vancouver  Owner : —-....'....  A.  E.  Grubb .......  Owner  Addreaa  Robert Makinen  E. B. Welsh   Robertson & Hackett Sawmills Ltd.  X.  Sweetman   J. Ney ,   Alex. Reid 74 26th Ave. E.  W.'.G-. Bridgman Dunbar Heights  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  Ft.ofColumbia AV  Clay burn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hvdrated  Lime, etc.  MUNDY, ROWLAND & CO  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  General  Electrical   Construction  t  HARDWOODS  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock is the Moat Complete on the Pacific Coast  We are also Sole   Agents   for   the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple -.'  and* Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St- Vancouver, B. C.  <^^>*v4~:-»'!4«->«s^:^«J^«'^4^^*«2»«:«'s»^*** ■ tion and  completion o£ a two-roomed  t       EUILDING PERMITS       |  102S2—Motorade       Products       Co.',  frame bldg., Georgia St., ?15u.  A*.,.  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sole Agents lo Canada Tor  Chicago ^PneurnaMc Tool <Co.  Beyer ''Meeting-4 ^ppin*. Himmeri;; Little TGUjnt   Drills;   Dudley  "        ^Electrfs Tools; "Rock* Drills;   Air Compr  Fuel Oil and Gas Engines.  T*MU  81 ttniv SL W„ VaiKimr I. C.  FImu Ssjt. MM.  10?.S'l—J.  H.    McXames,    woodshed  and garage, Trinity St., $150.  103S7—E. Easthope, garage, 2243 5th  Ave.  \V.,  $1C0.  10390—S.  Caswell,  garage,  237 18th  Ave. Fi., $80.  WORK STARTS ON $10,000 HOME  Construction 'work has started on a  new $10,000 fcome for Mrs. George  Forsyth-"on' the corner-of. KjqsJSdmfcrd,  Boulevard and ' Selkirk - under the  supervision of contractor S. .J.. Newitt.  from plans prepared in the offices of  Architect James A. Benzie.  frame annex to the Richard McBride  school, and. for the erection of a four-  roomed frame annex to the Sir Alexander' Mackenzie school. Work will  be started this week.  Wlanlpsr  Toronto  Vancouver.  B. C.  Robert W. Hunt & Co.,Ltd.  INSPECTION  CNO. INKERS  TESTS - CONSULTATION  8TEEL,    CEMENT.     BUILXlNGS,     BRIDGES.     Pl«,-'JtAILS.    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT.  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  Office and Laboratory  218 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  -Estimates Olren  S-symonr 730O  BUILDER'S  WE CABBY A COMPLETE LINE  Or  FINISHING HARDWARE - CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLIES  Wovaloid Roofing  WOOD, VALLANCE & LEGGATT, LIMITED  Wholesale Heavy and Shelf Hardware  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  INVITING   TENDERS  FOR  SCHOOL ADDITION  Tenders are being received by the  Hon. the Minister of Public Works for  the erection of a one-room addition to  the School House at Denman'^Is'and-.  Official notice of tender, appears elsewhere in this paper.  Messrs. Harrison & Lamond ■ have  also signed a contract with Mr. W. C.  Nichol,, 1402 McRae St. to cover his  driveway-and-walks with patent Litlita.  The contractors have spent considerable time building a new machine for  this class of work which iUiminates a  good deal-of manual labor and scientifically mixes the "various aggregates of  mineral. The machine is portable and  -igv, supposed to be, the. only, plant of  tiffs nature in British Columbia. The"  Record understands Harrison &,Lam  ond (hold the patent rights • for vth  machine and in all probability it wi  be. put in actual operation when carry:  ing 'but the Contract with Mr. Nichols.!  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  "THOR"  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills -Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers—Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.     ' Phone Sey. 4100  Structural Steel For Every Purpose   ; ^^ ;   BSAJn, CHAXnJTKX.8, AIOLIS, nAttB, TEXB, COJ-JnOKU  CO-ttOr-LSTsTCT SQVZPVXO TABBZOATrsTQ SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEft CO'Y, Ltd.  all  -Fairmont 839S tad 8.397  Wmucourmr, M. O.  INVITING TENDERS- FOR  HARD   SURFACING   HIGHWAY  Tenders are being received by the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works for grading and paving a portion of the Pacific Highway between  New Westminster and Blaine. Official  notice of tender appears elsewhere in  these columns. .  VICTORIA  NOTES.  Mrs. Rv D. McAdoo has awarded the  contract for an eight-room modern  residence to Mr. D. H. Bale, contractor. The house will be erected on  Calumet Street.  ■'-  CONTRACT  AWARDED   FOR  GRANVILLE  STREET  BLOCK  Architect A. E. Hendorson, Davis  Chambers Building has awarded the  contract for the construction of the  two-storv brick building to be erected  in   the  600  block  on  Granville  street  on Monday, and asked that road work  WILL   BUILD  NEW   ,. '  SCHOOL IN  LANGLEY  -"MURRAYVILLE —A new .school,  modern in-design.and equipments will  be erected at once on the site of .the  Glen wood school, which was destroyed  by fire last "Friday night.  REQUESTS ARE MADE  FOR  NEW  ROAD WORK  MT. LEHMAN*—A number of delegations from, different parts of the  municipality waited on the Matsqui  "Municipal Council at the regular meeting of that body, which was held here  WE MANUEACTVRE  REINFORCING STEEL  IN ANY FORM OR LENGTH AND  SUBJECT TO ALL TESTS  - Submit your requirements  HYAn STEEL PRODUCTS. LIMITED  Granville Island,-. Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sevmour 3066-3067  Vancouver Lumber Co, Limited  MANUFACTimERS  OF  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER  If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE  -'■ AT  REASONABLE PRICES  Call and ses ns, or phone.  South End of. Connaught Bridge  Phone Fair. 918-919 Vancouver, B. C.  for Mr. Wm. Dick, Jr. to A. D. & A. \V.  Snider. The amount of the contract  is $34.;-)00. *  be undertaken. In some cases repairs  to existing roads were asked for, while  in other cases the request was for the  opening of new roads.  CONTRACT   FOR   BANK  BUILDINGS   AWARDED  Contracts    have  been    awarded  by  Architect Honeyman  &  Curtiy.  Credit  I'oncier  Building  to   Messrs   Cotlln   &  TO  CONSTRUCT   SEWER •       .  BY   RETURNED SOLDIERS  INSTEAD  OF  CONVICTS  NEW    WESTMINSTER—The     city  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:— ; :* Z  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  Privat* Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland.  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING CO.,LTD.  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    x916  OanJ   Worthem  »ly.  Depot 1917  Oaljrary Armory  —- ...1918  Boswiand  BClgli   School „...19*ip ,  TraaaaUl*  Banitoriam  -..ISIS  Phono Westminster 473  Our steam heated plant enables us  to majnul'acture Veneer Work at any  season of the year.  We are now manufacturing Interior  fittings for the new B. C. Telephone  "Building's head office in Quarter Cut  Oak. i  1250—Sth St, East Burnaby  McLennan, fdr the construction of two; council    has    heartily  endorsed', the  frame bank buildings to be erected in j action  of  Mayor Gray in  recommend-  Ladner and Langlev for  the  Bank of I.      ,    it     .   ,      ,      ...      .    ,     ,'       ,  °   • '-mg to the federal public works depart  ment that the projected Glenbrook  sewer be constructed by returned  soldiers at the standard union-wages  instead of by convict labor as w!as at  first proposed. In making the recommendation Mayor Gray pointed out  that there were so few able-bodied  convicts now at the New Westminster  penitentiary that there were barely'  enough to take care of routine Work  around the penitentiary.  two-stories. 30x50 feet in dimensions.  Tlie second floors will be made into  attractive-living quarters for the bank  Managers.  HARRISON  &  LAMOND  GET  SCHOOL  CONTRACTS  Messrs.    Harrison  &    Lamond,  50.1  Pacific Bldg., have been awarded contracts    from     the    South    Vancouver  Board of school trustees for the erec-  rMMEDIATE DELITEEy OF rHE,POI.I.OWINB  WOP D  FIBRE   PLASTER,   PLASTER   PARIS,  BEAD,   LIME  LATH  CORNER  AND  PLASTER   S AND  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone Seymour 9163  ;1561  Granville Street  taasaissiB  ^ww  ass  Seymour 4660  Reliable Electric  Company  J; SMITH, Manag-er  152 Alexander St.    Vancouver, B.C.  Twenty Years' Experience  in all Branches  of    Electrical    Work.      Inspection—Expert  Advice — Trouble "-yorlc-r-Installinjf — JBe-,,  Winding'—All *Worli  Onasranteed.  ORNAMENTAL IRONWORK  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. C. Phone 53  f\ rrmt
British Columbia Record
(Established  1911)
Published   every   Monday,   Wednesday   and
Friday   by   the
Record Publishing Company
A'newspaper of general circulation, featur-
x Building. Contracting, Engineering, Indus-
ial.   Shipbuilding,   Mining,  Automobile,   Pro.
Tincial,  City  and.Harbor improvements.
Office and  Plant
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SnlDsoriBtloa Bates
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Alt subscriptions are payable strictly m aarance
The   British   Columbia   Kecord   Is   the
official organ of .The Architectural institute of British Columbia, federated, with
The    Royal''": Architectural    Institute   or
Canada,   and   The   Engineering  &   Technical  institute of British, Columbia   and
as such is used by them as the medium
through which to malce their official announcements   to   the  general   Public.    m
.By  such  selection  the British  Columbia  Record   is   no- wise  pledged   to. editorial   support   of   any ;, policy, advanced
by these societies, but maintains asi absolutely   independent  position  on   -
ters subiect.. to editorial opinioi
Plate, Sheet, Figured,
Colored, etc.
Wholesale  and   Retail
426—436 Dufferin St. Fairmont.1238
all   mat-
Tliere is a    sort of general    agree-
but destroy democracy, and probably
industry too. The result would be but
an inversion of the domination of
government by autocratic industry.
Such rough handling would wreck
government, industry and democracy
But while we debate the subject the
change seems to be gradually coming
all-about us.    British statesmen, have
•already urged that industrial units be
given    representation  in    parliament.
The great  industrial  parliament  that
sat   recently  in   London   went  far   to
smooth the road.   A similar gathering,
composed   of 'sober-minded'" and   conservative representatives of employers,
and employees is urged for this coun-j
try.    A multitude of social  engineers J
are   thus   making  safe   the   roads
"industrial democracy.", The British
merit among, a large section of the! Wjlitley "_ plan is building a -broad
prophets that the world is ^moving j brklge over''the widest chasm. ■■ Col-
' toward "industrial, democracy." Such j jg-ctive bargaining is another, wide, and.
•widely differing captains cr industry crowded highway over which millions
and political leaders as Lloyd George, l.e moving toward "industrial democ-
the War Labor Board, John D. Rocke- racy „ ;..a'ranifold schemes of joint
feller, practically all trades unions, management provide the training-Wat
the. International Harvester Co., andJJnsures success_ .. Tlle powerful co-op-
even the Bolslieviki have all forseen|eratives that are spreading over the
and predicted something of the nature earth are building the'foundation's- of
Of "industrial, democracy."    But there  the ne^r age ,.
is  a wide disagreement on  the  road      The    greatesb danger    however; .is
to be travelled and, also much:, doubt from^hose who would "destroy democ-
2244—Geo. Westmont, chicken house,
Marine Drive, $500.
2245—S. Kishmosuka, dwelling, 6th
St., $500.
2246—L. McLeilan, dwelling, Sth
Ave.,  $2,000;   S.  MoLel-an,  Contr.
224S---A. Kilgour, dwelling, 10th Ave.
$1,800;   owner. Contr.
2249—.J. Moscrop, garage, 2nd Ave.,
2250—H. ,W. Baker, dwelling, 10th
Av3.,$l,0C0;  owner,  Contr.
2251—F. Cornish., dwelling, Milton
Road,r$2;500;  owner,  Contr.
2252—W. Lee, dwelling, 3rd and
Blanco, $5,000; A. Davidson, Contr. .
2253—J. T. Pyott, alterations, 64th
to and French St., $1,000;  owner, Contr.
2254—H. E. Cropp,' dwelling, Hud-j
son St.,  $1,500;  owner, Contr.        •        I
Highland,mine, of Cedar creek, with
112 tons, and; Lanark mine, Illicilla-
waet, with 27, tons, are new shippers
this week to the Trail smelter.
& Co.
Owners of the Martin group of
claims on Fline creek, in the Kootenay,
district.' have resumed development-
work with a small force. Favorable;
ore is being encountered, *and. it is.,
thought development work will continue at least through the summer.
The  Gold  Cure    Mining    company,
Horses for Sale
Fourth Ave. and Granville "St.
Bay view 1076
Gas heating by means of a wys.tem
like the Rector has been th* dream
of engineers for years.
It does ..away with- 'dirty. jimoUv
furnaces, dusty -basements filled with
fuel, nnd the necessity of constant,
Each radiator, is a unit—you can
qut as many of them out a* y»u wish.
Vou pay for your f»as after you use
it, not as .vou pay for coal. In advance.
"We will be  glad to  Rflve  yon  llfrures
on   a   {ras-heatiiagr   installation.
Vancouver  Gas  Co.
Carrall and
Phone Sey.
as  to  the  nature  of  the goal  to  be,
All however, somehow imply that the
minds that operate industry and'have
made    our    machine    civilization    so
marvelous, must apply some of these
methods, after much  necessary modification, to government.   Politics have
now grown apart from life.    The politician is a person who knows how to
get office but does not. know what to
do when he gets it.   The world's problems are industrial.    The making and
handling of    goods is    more troublesome than making and enforcing laws.
It  is  the  distribution  of wealth,  not
offices, that threatens-revolution.
The problem' is to accomplish the
change without destroying industry or
democracy. Soviets seizing political
power would industrialize government
racy either by a "dictatorship of the
proletariat,"' or the maintenance of
the..industrial, autocracy, of, ownership.'
'   *ro*a   •■
Busy Business Men
solid,   substantial -food   served   in
an appetizing1  flavor.
No.   1—110   COMBO VA   ST.   WEST
Canada Food  Board  No.   10-7661.
Ho. 2—613  PEHDIIB  ST.  WEST
Canada'Food  Board  No".   10-7660.
having seven claims on' the south fork
of Kaslo creek, Slocan, commenced
operations on July 1. The company
was incorporated, in 1017 and a good
camp was erected. There are several
veins from which some high graded
silver ore was shipped in the eany
days. :.'
Development work, on the Silver
Bell, situated on the south fork ot
Kaslo creek, is progressing satisfactorily, according to reports from the
mine. A carload of silver-lead ore is.
being prepared for shipment to the.
Trail smelter. The present shipment
is expected to run, around 200 ounces',
of silver to the ton.
Electrical Contractors
Light and Power
Motor Repairs
Storage Batteries
The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.
.570 Richards St.
'Phone   Seymour   175 I"
The Electric Shop
12 Hastings St E.
Sey. 1224
Carpenters and Contractors
Store and Office Fixtures
General Repairs
219 Keefer St.
Ssyneur 8551
 ...:.... $10,000
 "... ........$7..0P0
Wire   Products   Mill -*..$40,006.
Tuberculosis Clinic
Brick-Building '..;
Residence ..............
Residence     A
Residence   J..........
Brick   Bldg.
Nothing too Large or^ too*,!
If it's Iron or Wire we maJke :it
Phone .ypur Inquiries to
' Seymour Tire &
Sole Dealers and Service
Station for Goodyear.'S#V.
Truck Tires H./
851 Pender St. W.      Seymdur 3053/
B.C. Hardwood Floor Co.
2635 Granville St.
Gasoline   Station
Residence  .;...
Brick    Bldg.    .......
Dwelling .	
^Garage* Bldg.   ....
Residence -A.AA.:....
-Residence   .................
Residence •.:...;
Residence .................
•Residence ....i	
<F«Lfrm. .bulldiries  .....
..Residence.- ,
'Addi^to .School   ........
Rotary   Dryer   	
Residence .A.:	
.Alterations    ....; -.v
Residence .. 	
Remodelling shops .
Two-story   Brick   	
Residence   .....
...............   $5,000
 '   $5^000
.:..............  $6,000
.....:...A A $7,000
..........:.....  $9,500
......::....: $8,000
......  $7000
..A $7,000
..... x95$00
..;.;$ 11.5 00
... $10:600
....   $5800,
....  $5;800.
X.ooatloa   . .   Owner
Pender Street  .... . Rotary Club
Seymour St.  B.  C.  Tel:  Co. *
Shaughnessy ...Frederick  Perkins
1855—16th   Ave.   W.'. J....J.   J.   Porster
Shaughnessy....Mrs.   Alice. Brydone-Jack
Granville & Helmcken....Mrs. Drummohd
Howe.& Pacific.—;...Roote  Auto -Top,.Co.
Ind. ,lsland......Morrison Steel & Wire Co.-
Hastings & Richards...:....:.Standard'Bank;
Arbutus iStreet   .....:.....;......-..J.   E., Hooson:
A relit. 	
J. A.   Hcnzie...	
i-red 1^. Townley...!.
JEdwards Sproat .....
'.lames A. Benzie.....
A. E.  Henderson ....
Industrial lsland....Albert.Kerr Co., Xtd.< :
....... Baynes  &  Horie
  .Adlcisoa & Dill
........G. M. Champion!
 ...-.W.   Gravel'
 S. J. Newitt
 ...:..T: B. Arthur
-• ■• ..Snider > Bros/-
Gardiner & Mercer H.   U. Lec'lx
James A. Benzie.-.JDom. Construction .Co.
Edwardes  Sproat  ...Beechey  &  Holdroh
H00Blockl3th ArlXV. Capt: Af Freeman
York &. Larch Sts.............Mrs. Macdonald
Dunsmuir. &   Howe........Imperial   Oil-Co.
:1155. 1,1th Ave;  West .Wm./Metz
249  Pender  St.   E.  ........;.--...:..01af' Olson.
1785:. 16th  A.ve.i W..,..............S.,*N., Baynes
Georgia & Butte ...Terminal City,Mtr.-.Co.
Anyus Ave.-, Shaughnessy.....:..A. A-.*-Rob's
Alexander. St. ,j...........;...-.........:.Caj) A-Shaw
Shaughriesey. LHghts Gordoiiy Campbell
Urfagee ..i..:.^ .;.:„.. •......:.:» .J^Bigger
656 Howe.,Sjt. , ..A.  a.-.MeC-andless
35th   & - Vln'e*..'...'..?..;. :...'..Percy   Whalley
Majf.ee M.....t....._.. ............Wm.  G/rBreeze
,49 Cordova St. E.....*McL,ennan & McFeely
^Industrial rIsland....^....._..v..*3Iec. Mfg. Co.
Shaughnessy..:........r;.Dr.  Archibald Smith
rPtx. Grey.: ...University. o# B.' C
Shaughnessy ............Dr. R; .L..uPal]en
Magee ...........i........jvPt. Greyr-School Board
South   Vancouver....Globe   Fertilizer   Co.-
1st Ave. and Stevens..........;.;:P. G. Evans
.....Dorrilnion   Const.   Co'.
Robert   AT.   ■Math'eson..;.....Albert   Radelet
Edwardes   Sproat .....W:- T.-W^odden
 -'- -.-,--. Dominion   Const.   Co.
Robert  M.   Matheson.. Alonza  Smith
W.■• T. ;W*hitewa»......,.........: G...Kilgrcn
i-r- ".-..; :.....: .....E.   H.   Bawtinheimer
Fred   L-..- Townley,.. '. .:..:.Snider. Bros.
A..E. Henderson ,;...:......... .Si;.J. Newitt
H;  H.  Gillingham.:.....». ...VS.' J.   Newitt
Bernard-vO. Palmer................Glover. Lloyd
Bernard C. Palmer'..... Dom. Const. Co.
Iparr *..'MacKenzie.L...........Baynes.'&;Horie
'Pr.ed  U Townley..... ..***m„ McNee-
.Fred L;   Townley.........-...Cromie & V-room
- .—--....J-- M.   McLuckie
'.-A- :.......:..:...    Vernon   Constr. ,Ca
'Gardiner &,M.eroer.:..Wailace &.McGugah
Fred L. Townley Purdy & Lorergan
[Sharp & Thompson.... S.,.N. McLeod
jEdwardefl Sproat  J. ..:.-.John J...  Dunn
-Twizell «*: T.wizeli............Adk"ihsoh & Dill
,„    , ¥    ^        ,       ......T.--A.- Walsh  &  Cd.'
?£r.^:L%:t°™£\?y ,.-.,..Q. M. Champion
The Best that's made
,,.,.."..   Sales Agent* ,:
Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited
Vancouver, BrC
Phon* Seymour 1878.
.'.    $12,000
...   $10,000
.... $10,000
Magee .:^A.A^A\..AAAA»Sts:^1S. B. Brown;f;JBe'rnarcl C. Palmer.........V..::..E   G   Bavnei'
111 Dunsmuir St. ...Navy League of Can. *....:..... .......W.  j, ^or^thcote
Magee ..-..; — Henry. W. .l|choneld•/......•.....-...,. .......Vernon   Const. .Co
^'.Grey   :.,,„..„.; S-v.W. ^WeUster. ^.. S;^.;;McLeoa
PO'Grey .■...:-.;..... '-:•:.J.-r Abernethy,.^.1........-. ,  W, Eldridrf
Anything in Sheet Metal and Roofing.
S. T. Scarlett, Mgr.
757   Beatty  St. Sey.   7645
Pt-  Qrey  .,......,     ,.iW.  J.-, Lesag'e
False   Creek..: ;.:.._.C.P.R.   Rly.
;Marine iDriye „ ..'..JA R, ^Grlaig
16th Ave. near Gran...Thos.„A, B, Ferris
Magee ...:...:  Frank   Sawford
Shaughnessy K.   J.   Burns
:P00 Block Granville St....*'...Wm. Dick. .Jr.
King Edward & Selkirk..Mrs. G. Forsvth
3rd and Blanco, Pt. Grey XV. Lee
Transact, your, bond, business throiighalong established and thoroughly
organised concern.
Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.
Qronnd Floor        739 *OaBtin8TB St. W.
Winch Bldg. Vancouvflr
Character   Cost
42-Mile  Extension    300,000
RcconBtruction       160,000
Nitrogen Plant    125,000
Concentrator,   etc.     ..1,000,000
Railroad l'???'2S?
Infirmary   and   Service   Bldg $151,236
Pulp  &  Saw  Mill $750,000
Concentrator     — — $17,000
Coal   Tar  Products  Plant $100,000.
Bridge     ....: -• - L.$ 15,000
Dookyards   Wharf    .....$52,924
Hydro-Eleotrjo   Plant    $7 2,000
WashlngrPiant     $150;.000.
Highway., Bridge   ...-—^.^.r-..:_.-..-:-....
Bonk $1',600
Bandsawing and Turning, etc.
1730   Semlin   Drive Highland   374
"Location    .— Owner
Clinton     P.G.Iv.   Railway
North    Vancouver     .Wallace   Shipyard
Lake   Buntzen.. Amer. , Nitrogen   Products   Co.
Copper   Mountain ..II.   C.'Copper   Co.
Princeton-.to Copper ■ Mt.... B.  C. Copper Co.
Tranquille.. B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society
Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co
Bowen  Island W.  Tipping
Marpole ^ The  Barrett  Co..   Ltd.
Fairy  Creek Provincial. Government
Victoria   Dom.  Government
Squamlsh  Prov. Government
Cawsidy^ V. I Granby Con. M. & S, Co.
Bach's Crossing, V.I Prov.  Gov't
Trail  Bank ot Montreal
j•— - .'.   Mr.   MeGreevy;
r^....  .......DavJes -ConBt.   Co.'
if red L. Townley...:....................W. J. Read.
-- -•--•• ^....Vernon Const.' Co.
Bernard C. Palmer Vernon Const. Co'
■H. H.   Gillingham   S.  J.  Newitt
A   E.  Henderscm..;.. ............Snider,. Bros
James A. Benzie.. S. J. Newitt
---••- '•' ....A;   Davidson'
-■'■'~\"~: ; Makers of
Switch Boards, Panel Boards, Steel
Cabinets, etc.
Switches designed'and  built, for any
■i".'-A:.; special-work.
41 Alexander St.
TancoaTer, B.C.
108Danrw M. SiysnrS188
(683  Venablos  St.
Highland 642
VATFfilll «"**"Smnd   f•'   co'«>r   ««rd   of   BARItrrrs
Cor. lOth Av.  A Arbuto. St. TaUphan.. Bay. «3 and «4
any length-any diameter
Incorporated 1909
1021-1024 Roger. Building Seymour 3998-3999
Arch  Contr.
• Northern   Const.   Co,
• • Hodgson ..St  King
Ow*1**"       Owners
Owners      ;	
i- ■■: ■■   ■■•; • • VV.   P."' 'r'ieniey
Public  Works   Dept Dominion  Con.   Co,
• •.     Owneris.
 - T., A. Walsh & Co.
......... ...Dominion .Const,'Co..& Others!
Public  Works. De.pt -.Archio McLean
Dom. Pub. W. Dent.-.:McDonald & Watson'
■•■' • Kobertson and Partners1
"--•;-,-••"•" --- Taylor . EJnctneerins  Co.
Public  WTcs Dept McDonald AvWatnon'
•» .....Medby & Vestaunct
,    .,.w.....Vw..      ^,      WW.,
Public Works Contractors
Office 8113-815 Bower Bldg.
Vancouver, B. C.
..   The Paint
That covers the Quebec Bridge
The Eighth Wonder of the world
# The veteran painter, tried and proved, the man who does
*pa-mt well. . ...-..-.,.'■
The chemist, who can analyze—he siniles and says: i;
• ■
It goes farthest.
Covers more space at less cost.
Encourages   the   inexperienced
to paint and brighten up.
1075 Hamilton Street. Seymonr 2268, ,;;.■"■ v:7-rv:-^--" ■'
/" :\ .■^.Z\':t^.^t-' ■
-, ''''Z^Y^-^if^^-'zyYyyz
-~   -*   -.'.   ... .,„... (        . i,     r
Adkfson & Dill
Specialists In Reinforced
325 Howe SL
Stf. 3768-Bay.n28R
Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.
; . Man u f acttrnoiss      ;A
Ornamental Iron Work and
all fcindB  01 Wire -Work.
112-16. Dufferin   St.
Fair.  2G4S
Baynes & HorJe
-General    Contractors
836i«owe SL
.Sty-Rur (1389
Edward Cox
General Contractor
Cabinet Making ,.    FlMturea
Sey-Roir 1163 735 Htincken St.
Davies  ;
Construction Go.
General     Contractors
Crilit-Fincwr Bide-
ViBCMfir. B.C
NORTH   VANCOUVER—Tlie   revised agreement under the Soldiers Housing   Act,   between   the   city   and   the
government, has been  completed  and
is all ready for submission to the city
council   at   its   meeting   this   evening
•when il. is expected It -will be formally
•ratified and signed.    The applications
j for new houses are st'ili coming m and
jas the provincial government's allocation   to   North   Vancouver   is   already
'.radically used  up in  the number of
new houses planned, it is probable that
the   council   will' decide   this, evening
to  ask   the  government   for  a   larger
grant for housing.   Following theiilgn-
'ing  of  tlie  agreement   to-night,   it   is
expected   that   tenders   will   be  called
fOT the  first five of the  dwellings  to
be erected under the-act.
$200,000  ELKS   BUILDING
SPOKANE, Wash.—The architectural contract for new Elks temple on
Riverside to cost $200,000, has been
awarded to a Spokane firm, Cutter &
Ban me.
3511. A firm in Sydney, Australia,
desire to receive details and quotations from manufacturers of Canadian
hardware, particularly eriamelware
and glassware. -
.' 1512. A firm, in NeAV South Wales,
Australia, will welcome quotations
from producers of cutlery, hardware,
garden tools, poultry supplies, paint
and painters' -supplies.
, 1513. A firm in Port Elizabeth, Cae
Colony, South Africa, desire to -correspond with Canadian manufacturers of
hardware, cart builders' and wagon
builders' material, leather, finished
timbers, etc.
1377. WoodenWare.—A north of England firm are open to purchase supplies of doirwjKt'ic woodenware from
Canadian, manufacturers, from whom
they invite quotations. Requirements
include paste and bread boards,
clothespegs, rollingpins, wooden spades
and toys.
1378. Chicle -gum.—A London paint
and varnish manufacturing company
wish to purchase chicle gum and invite offers from 'Canadian ma*nufactur-
1379. Wire   nails.—A  Glasgow   firm
The construction of the new temple,! is  in  a  position  to buy  wire nails  in
to   be   three   stories   h1g"h     ' '
Riverside level  and about
will  find the
Orpheum Cafe
an ideal meeting place for the luncheon Hour. The Best of Everything,
Prompt Service, Moderate Charges.
Seating capacity 250.' ■ '.,
762 Granville Street
Opposite Orpheum Theatre
Jas.  Dwyer,  Proprietor and  Chef
Blue Prints Whilst You Wait
Paper, Instruments and Supplies
413 Granville St. Seymour 2769
Inspection of installation,
guaranteeing continued satisfaction, is another;;^worthwhile feature of 'Dunham
Heating Service. Write for
all the interesting details.
Branch   Sales   Office,   Vancouver,   B.   C.
D.   O.  BBISON,   Manager
Phone Sey.  8057.   425  Standard Bank Bldg-
Dominion Construction
Co., Ltd.
General Contractors
5M Rickaris SL
ty-mr K1£
above the
five or six
storre's on its north exposure, will be
under way before September 1.
FU*  Driving,   WIiarve»,  BxlflgM,
Foundations, ntc. :--,
107 Cordova St. W.
Sevmour. 10S3
Harrison ALamond
Industrial Engineers
Seyinour 3535 601 Pacific Bdg.
Volume of new business and rate
of production in steel has undergone
little change in June. The improvement of three weeks ago T\as fbe^en
held, without the signs that usually-
attend a regulation buying movement.'
The amount of new manufacturing-
capacity that is projected in •metal-
working lines in the,Middle West, particularly in the Detroit district, and
the 'repair, and new construction work
laid out "by a'number of steel companies, are outstanding features.   ■
Hodgson, King & Marble
Contractors & lrn«lniecr»
♦13 iMte hit
, ^kU*Hr SSK
;   ,*"
:Mis^^' "■•"■■
General Contractor
'          'J
filnmt !4tt
It is expected that during tne month
tenders will be called for the first set
of houses to be erected under the "bet-
ternousing scheme for Vancouver.
Plans are now 6nr file in {.he; office
of the City Building Inspector. Mr; R.
J.. Wnikms Ci ty CI ai m s Agen t, is in
c*harg« erf the Adtnfrustration warfc-
20 to 100 ton lots, '
1380. Tack plates.—A G'asgow firm
.ask to be placed 'in touch -with manufacturers of tack, plates.
1381.. Steel rivet bars.—A Giasgow
•'firm is in a position to place substantial orders for Siemens .Marten
open-hearth acid or basic steel rivet
bars. Specifications may be obtamed
from the Commercial Intelligence
Branch, Department -of Trade and
Commerce, Ottawa.
Members of The Architectnral Institute
of British  Columbia.
The Most Important Thing
in Automobile , Repairing is the
know how to byertiaul' and paint
care, build bodies, wheels,, etc.,
also small industrial tractors for
wharf and  mill' yard  work.
We   Know   How
573-5   Beatty   St.
Sey.   930
-Tenders are being invited by A*c!ii
. -■-■■ ■■■     ■   ■ .    •...-    .      .-    ji.
tects,. Hdneytnan '&;; CurtisJT^re'dit'^gri
. ^ .. ^... ^ -.
Dominion -Parks.
A *•'- ,? "■ * '-"•■"•
SenloQ tenders ■ ""addrftssed^ : to -th*
Deputy Minister, Department of the In-'
terior.. Ottawa, and marked on the envelope' "Tenders for Highway Construction." will be received at this Department until Friday noon on the Eighteenth. Day of July. 1919, for the construction of:—
,:'(No. 2) Castle-Lagrgan Highway Second Section from Station 355 x 00 to
.Station 9&0 x. 00, Rocky Mountains Park;
.Alberta. Contractors may tender -for'
the complete work or separately, for. two
timber bridges, one over Corral Creel* at
Station 7S5'x.,00 and one over Pipestone
Creek at Station ,732 x 00. ;
(No.:.4)    "Mount    Revelstoke'   Highway
from Station 643 x 00 to^Station 747 x 00,
Mount Revelntokf Park,   *~*.iel*. B. C.
.: /Each item must be tendered for separately. ■'...-.    .
-.. Each tender must be accompanied by
an-.-accepted ■■ cheque, on a chartered bank
in favor of the Deputy Minister of the
Interior to a sum equal to'- 5%,.ot the
total amount-of such tender. The deposit of the unsuccessful tenderers will
1>e "promptly returned to' them,-while
that of the successful tenderers "will be
retained  as   a" guarantee  of^.the  accept-j
B*nzia,  .7as.   A.,  510   Ilastlnirs  W  Sey.  3300
Bryan   k  Glllara,   509  Klcnarc.4 _...„._ 	
DiIto»   k   KveleiBh.   GlallamiUizsV?. Sey.    6B2
Gardiner.  F.   G.,  k Mercer.  71H CrintBli Sey. 36T."
Qeoderiiaii, "A.   E., 615 Hastings W ™.Sey. ■ 724
Itooeyman,   k  CiirlEs.' SSOHawtlimi   W ._....Rt.y.   1521
Keacey.. James  W..   2576  2nd ,Ate:''"W ^_.Bay. 792R
ilathexm.   Robert   M.,   5<<9   Rlrfurds.. J.Scy. 5038
PalmiT.   licniard   C.   S50 . "Hastings .W._ Sey. 717."
JPacr   k  MacKenzle,   736- Granville... Soy,-7811
Sharp  k /rbompson.  620  Pender  W.._ _.Scy.  1064'
lowaky,  Fred  L.,  325 Homer  8t  - fey,' 8013
:Tvi-Uell   *   TwizeU,'   337   Haetinjfs        ««y! 7923
flannel,  A.  R.,  1#S6 St.  Louis  PL 1171 B-l
Keith,  J.   C.   M.,;8»yw»rd  B1<1«.... ^i_1420
3I»ciu'rt,- Suns.   Oiilon   Bank  BIdr ;.__. ''   ""--"'   -tiia
Bldjtway-Wi'soa, -Lietit.-Coi... .....__.BelnK>nt   Hoijse
erected at the corner of-Eh"ght avenue '^rotti   the:  Commissioner   of     Dominion
Parks. Ottawa. Ontario: the. Superintend
Palmer BroSi
General   Contractors
921 Man St Siyswr 4878
and Kings way for the ATancouver,,.Mo-
tors Limited.
'■The I'lans call.for a one-story arid
basement .hollo-w tile and. reinforced
concrete structure with "an attractio'h
show room and space provided for'We'
storage of care and repair depart
ment. . "-■•'■ f
'*'      Cbimneys, "Fireplace*, Etc
Jno. B. Sadler
V   - Res.   "'•
2085 45th Ave. XV.    Box 25, Kerrisdale
Phone Eburne 203L.2
We are selling out our
•    Quality Ou»r»nte«d
1063 OranTUle St. Sey. .3497
Robertson &Partners,Ltd.
Public Works Contractors
and Engineers
Siyi-tar 1274
806Mitre|Mlita« Kit.
All  Work .G-iiarantoed.
r*av,- .'•.'"70
Bay.  1602-R
2306   Stephens  St.
L   H. A. Wiles
Alterations,  etc.
1350 - Stti An. W. P»y»iew 22'
"It's funny.how afraid your horses
ptill are of automobiles up here," said
a summer visitor to a Maine farmer;-.
"T don't know that it is funny,"
answered the farmer. "Not so strange
when you tftink of how an automobile
must look to a horse. Wouldn't.>it
seem strange to j-ou if you saw my
pants comin' down the road with noth-
in' in  'era?"
■-*sh  Gol
Jtey.elstoke.i'TCp.mloons and New ,''fN'est-
■rnlnst4er, and .the .--Office of .the Inspector,
of Dominion Lands .Agencies, Winnipeg,'
.Manitoba.. .   k
■ :' Th« ' lowest. or  any  tender  not  neces
sarily acceptfd.l    *...'' .
"'•:Tl\e.-' unauthorized  .insertion    of   this
advertisement iii' any -newspaper will, not,
be,paid,,for.,   . , ,       ■    ..    ■   ,    .
; L-TNWODE   PJSREIRA.  •      .   ■
department of the 'Interior,
'■' Ottawa,  Ontario.
sr »
S-i'Ai^     i
294 Alexander-St.
Seymour 3Jf56.
.1.   D.   McDaniel
Coll.   llS-LS
J.   P.   Soott
Sey.  *..180-L
McDaniel & Scott
Armature   and  Motor  Winding-
Oeneral   Electrical  Repair*
Estimate*   Tree
Seymour .1890   ■ ;  522 Smythe-St.
Percy F» Letts       ,
XlRh-Cla«»   Electrical   Wort
anfi   Tlxtur««
Bay    44i 3044   Granville   St.
Vancouver Forge Co.
Kt.   Victoria   Drive -Highland   701
J- R. Taccy Sc Son
EXHAUST  and   B*fcO*W   PlPllSrO
our   Specialty
Hoatinp-. Ventnatin'-r end Qonofal
Bhoet-T&otal  VTorK
Seymour   .1617 HG0   Seymour  St.
Tliere are no "detours" on the
Road to Success!
Addition:.! Information reKardlriff
these Inquiries may be obtained from
the Secretary of the, Board of Trade.
Vancouver, or upon application t<} "The
Commercial    Intelligence   ranch   of   the
•    - ^tit   of    Trade   and    Commerce.
Correspondents are requested to quote
the number of the "opportunity" when
asking for additional Information. Iu>-
uest for each opportunity should be on
a separate sheet.and state opportunity
number. The Bureau doen not furnish
credit ratings or assume responsibility
as to the standing of foreign Inquiries;
the usual precautions should be taken
In   nil   cases.
The following Inquiries are the latest
received. For rapid perusal the render
may know at a glance Items of interest by noting the class of goods mentioned   at  ,the   end   of   each   inquiry.
IMPORTANT—Quote the number of
the   "Opportunity"   in   your   oorreapond-
■j'447.'Agricultural Implements and
machinery.—The>London branch of an
important Russian firm wishes to get
Into touch immediately with Canadian
manufacturers of agricultural implements and machinery suitable for the
Ukrainian and Siberian markets,
. 1507. A number of firms in Mexico
City are interested in the importation
of builders' hardware.
1508. A number of firms in Mexico
City are interested in the purchase of
canned goods.
1500. A manufacturers' agent in London desires to represent Canadian
manufacturers of' cotton prints, hosiery, etc.
1510. A firm in Port Elizabeth, Cape
Co'ony, South Africa, desire to correspond with Canadian manufacturers or
finished timbers.
Alex. Campbell
1029   Grant  St.
High.   21-16 R.
We operate our own
logging camp
772   Georgia   St.   E.
Vernon Construction
%       BUILDERS
Garages   and   Repair  Work
•■"    "We   specializo   in   small
' Bungalows
Seymour   6036 4-34    Richards   St.
Mr. Business Man
I am prepared to furnish
you the very best in tailored
suits  at
$50 to  $65
Frank M. Slow in
Sey. 2692
404-5  Dominion  Bldq*.
t£ Everything the name implies.
H U your problem is hauling, let us help you
solve it.
4LOne, two and three-and-a-half ton capacities
all in stock here, with night and day service,
Giant Motor Truck Co.
Seymour 2844-2845
Granville at Pacifie
Vancouver '*•"•*"■•  BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  c*«  SEALS,    STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL  STAMP'S,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,    BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS.    ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 516 PENDER ST., W.  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  TO  BUILD $400,OCO HOTEL  SEATTLE —The    Essanay    Investment Co. has leased' from J. C. Silver-  stone,  president  of  the   Boston   Drug  Co.,   through   Henry   Brodericl^,   Inc.,  the northeast corner of. First Avenue  and Pike Street, as' a- site for a ten-  story' store  and  hotel building to  be  erected  as    soon -as    existing  leases  expire.   ■ - .  "',''-.,-:';.-;   .  Plans for the building will:,be prepared at once, the architect being  named in the next day or so. 'Tire  structure is estimated to cost ;?400,'0.00.  Failure   seldom  stares   at  the  man  with an honest countenance.  NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.  Pacific Highway Paving:.  *5K*i  SEN-MAN  ISLAND   SCHOOL.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A Jones, Mgr.  WHARF   BUILDING,   BRIDGES,  FILE   FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners   ot   Tag:   "Cllve"  General Towinff  32-1 Front St. New Westminster  Telephone   1015  Offlce  Notice to Contractors.  Sealed    tenders   .superscribed   ;'-'Tendi?i'  for  Denman   Island   School"  will   be   re- |  oeived by the Honourable the Minister of i Works  I?  Branch  837 Hast. .St.   VV.  Sey. 4404  Public Works, up to 12 o'clock,, noon of  Tuesday the 22nd day of July, 19.19; for  erection of a one-room addition to the  existing school house at Denman island  in the Comox Electoral District, B.C.  Plans and specifications can now be  .seen, at the offices of the government  agent, Cumberland and Vancouver, and  die Department of Public Works .Victoria, B. C  - ■•.  V,,-:'  Lowest or any tender hot necessarily  accepted. -: ..   ■-.? ,  A.  E.  FOREMAN,  ,: Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department,. Victoria, B.  C.  .July 2, 3010. ::  Sealed   tenders   endorsed   "Tender   for  Paving Pacific Highway"  will  be received   by   the  -Honourable   the   Minister   of  'Public Works  up to noon-of the Kith-of  July,   1019,   for   grading   and   paving   of  the. Pacific  Highway—New   Westminster  bridge,   (Sta. 0-00)   to  (Sta. 173-00.)  '    Alternative, tenders will  be considered  for the following- pavements on   Department's specification, and for other biturn-  inous     pavements   on     contractors'  own  .specifications   provided   the   thickness  of  the  pavement  is  equivalent  to  the total  thickness speciiied for asphaltic concrete  in   Department's   specifications:'   (a.)   one  course   concrete; .(b)   asphaltic   concrete  on  concrete base;   (c)  asphaltic concrete  on macadam  base.  Plans,   specifications,   bills   of   quantities,  etc.,rcan  lie obtained  at   the   Public  Department,   Victoria,   or   at   the  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS - CAPENTERS  -ROOFERS ••  General Building  Repairs  WE  r075  Res., Fair. 213SL  Offlce, Sey  J. H. Healey  OPTOMETRIST  Glasses fitted for the relief of all  kinds of eye strain and nervous  headache. *  825 Birks Bldgr. Vancouver,  B. C.  GALVANIZE  EVERYTHING . BY HOT PROCESS  T. WATT  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  Established 1913  "Wo Manufacture  ORNAMENTAL IRON, LIGHT STRUCTURAL STEEL   IRON  STAIRS, FIRE ESCAPES, WROUGHT IRON GATES,  FENCES, CANOPIES  Everything in Builders' Ironwork  Designs and  Prices  on   Application  Office and Works, 225-Fifth Avenne West  Fairmont 971  Vancouver, B. C.  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  aid STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING  Sty. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  _e  E.A.  r ^ -- r >:;  I NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.  -UINIirO  RECORDERS   OFPICE,  HOPE,   B.   C. .  Sealed Tenders superscribed ■ "Tender  of Mining 'Recorder's Office, Hope," will  be received by the Hon. the Minister of  Public Works up to l-! o'clock noon of  Tuesday, the 15th day of July, 1919, for  the erection and completion of a six-  room building to be situate,-at 'i-Tope,  li.   C,   in  the  Vale  Electoral  District. -  Plans and specifications can now be  seen at the office of the Provincial Constable at Hope: of J. Mahony, Esq., Government Agent, Court House, Vancouver;  tnd the Department of Public Works,  Victoria.      , , f  Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  '      'A.  E.   FOREMAN,  Public-Works Engineer  District   Engineer's   office,   Ccurt   Tfou.se,  Vancouver, on payment of $10.00 deposit.  Each'   tender    must    be    accompanied  by-:—  (a) An accepted bank cheque for an  amount equal to 10 per cent, of the tender, which shall be retained till the work  is satisfactorily completed, or the consent in writing of an acceptable Surety  Company that- in' event of the tender  being accepted it will beqome surety for  an amount equal to 20 per cent, of tho  total  amount of  the  tender;  (b) An accepted b.ank cheque for the;  sum of\$.*>,000; which shall-""be forfeited  if the party tendering decline to enter  Into the. contract. All chenues to'be on  chartered banks of Canada and made  payable to the minister of public works.  Cheques' of- unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned on execution" of the contract  agreement.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, suriu'd  with the actual signature of the tornl-;.r-  er. and enclosed in the envelopes furnished  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  '   A.   E   FOREMAN.  Public  Works Engineer.  Public.  Works    department,   Victoria,  n.  C, July 3,   1919.    .  CEMENT  AND  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  I  * Scott & Clark  1042 Howe St. ' Sey. 2571—6826-1.  Campbell & Grill  E»tahllslied  1905.,  Roofing Contractors  ■ -■'■ " y ■ „ -  METAL   WIKSOWS—PIRE   DOORS—SMOKE-STACKS—HOT-AIR  FURNACE—VENTILATING!-    PAWS—BLOW    FIFINO—  SKYLIO-HTS—G-ENERAL   JOBBING  1238 Seymonr St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Soyniout 2981  Classified Advertising  Record Reader* are, as.a rule, business  and professional men* who have the  money to buy something good if the'y  desire-it.. (If you have something good  to sell let. the Record readers know  about it. The average purchasing  power of the Kecord reader is, greater than that of any other publication  in  BrtlSh  Columbia.  AUDITORS  BRICK BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Kilns, Furnaces and Boilers  A   Specialty  Estimates given - Distance no obstacle  ADAIVl  J/4CK  Highland   728  2020 Dunda* St.  Consulting      and  Office   work   handled  ses.     Private tuition  K.   O.   BOLTON,  107  Yorkshire  Bldg.  Cost Accountant,  for small busines-  in Accountancy. ■-  A.C.A.   (Eng.)  Sey.  1166  THE   GOVERNMENT   OF   THE   PROVINCE   OX1  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  Alterat:ons    and    Repairs,    Carpenter  and  Cabinet Work. Office and Store Fittings,   Steering   Wheels   for   ships.  J.   R.   B.   WILSON  CO.,   LTD.  Sey.  3761 562   Cambie  St.  SOUTHERN OKAKAOAN -LANDS.  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 QranvU!* St.  Vancouver. 8. C.  Phon* S«y. 136  R«*. Bay. 77  S. J. Trlckey  E. E. Elliott  Central Sheet  Metal  SHEET,  COPPER; PRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620  J 151V4 Pender St. 97.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  Fairview Sand & Gravel  Company, Ltd.  SAND & GRAVEL  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  KEAJ,EI*>      TENDERS.       superscribed  "Tender  for  Excavation, of   1st 'Unit   of  Main   Irrigation  Canal,  Southern*'Okanagan," will  be received  by the Honorable  the  Minister, of Lands  up  to   12  o'clock  noon of .Thursday, the. 10th day of July,  1919,   for   the   construction   and^'comple  tion   of  approximately   8, fniles-'of "main  irrigation  canal   from    the   point   of diversion    on   Okanagan    Ulver;.- together  with such excavations for structures incidental  thereto as may be required.  Plans, Specifications, Contract and  Forms of Tender may be seen on and  after the 21st day of-June, 1 919, at Government Agent's Offices at Fairview and  Vancouver, and at .the Water Rights  Branch,   Victoria.'.  Copies of. the Plans and Specifications  may be obtained at any of the above  offices on deposit of the sum of Ten  f$10.00) Dollars, which . deposit'-will .be  refunded upon the return of the Plans  and Specifications accompanied by a proper   tender.  Each   proposal   must   be   accompanied  ,.by:   ■  (a)   Consent   in   writing   of   a  Surety  Company   acceptable   to   the   Honorable  the   Attorney-General    that   should   the  proposal   be    accepted     it    will' become  surety in  the sum of Twentv-flve .Tbo'j-  ; sand   (-"25,000.00)   Dollars for   the  faithful   performance  of  the  Contract,   or  j'.■ .-'.(b)... An'  accepted   bank'cheque   on   a  ! chartered bank of Canada, made: payable  i to the Honorable the Minister 'Of Lands,  j for   the   sum   of   Three   Thousand   Five  i Hundred ($3,500.00) Dollars, which shall  ■ be  forfeited   If  the  party tendering  declines to enter into contract when called  ! upon to do so, or if he fails to complete  : the   work   contracted   for.     The  cheques  of   unsuccessful   tenderers   will   be   returned   to   them   upon   the   execution  of  the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnishod.     v  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  E.  A. CLEVELAND,  Consulting   Engineer  to  the  Department  of  Lands.  Department  of Lands,  Victoria,   B.  C,  June   18,   1919.  WHARF   AT  HALF   MOON  BAY,  B.  C.  Notice  to  Contractort.  Scaled tenders, addressed to the un-„,  dcrsitrned. and endorsed "Tender for  Wharf at Half-Moon Bay. B.C.." will-be  received at this office until 12 o'clock  noon on Wednesday, July 2*1, 1919. for  the construction of a wharf at Half-  Moon  Bay, Comox-Atlin District.- B.C i  Plans   and   forms   of  contract   can   be  seen    and    specification    and    forms    of  tender obtained  at  this  Department:-at  the    office  of   the    District   Engineer'at  ! New Westminster,  B.C., and at the Post  j Office, Half-Moon Bay B.C.      - ''      ■'  Tenders' will   not be considered'unless  made on. printed  forms supplied  by  the  j Department *and 'in accordance with con-  ditions'containea therein. ; .       '"'"■ "-,":''"■'  Each  tender must  be".'accompanied- by  an accepted cheque on.a chartered  bank  payable to tltjgTOrder of the Minister of  Public  Works,   equal   to  10  per  cent:  of  the   amount'of  the' tender.;    War  Loan  Bonds,of 'the>Dominlon.will also be accepted   as.'" security;   or   war   bonds   and  cheques  if required . to- make up an  odd  amount. ' • .„■-•-,  -;  Note,—Blue prints can be obtained at  this' Department by--depositing an accepted bank, cheque'for the sum of $10,  payable:-to the order of the Minister of  Public Works which will be returned  if the intending bidder submit a regular  bid. ■- ; . ..•:'■".'•■ -  By order.  R.   C.   DESROCHERS,  '•■■ ';■' Secretary.-  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa. June 19, 1919.  Factories,    .Houses      and    ,  Garages    Repaired.     General ,--.,  Carpenter   and   Construction'  Work  JOHN   F.   MORRIS  Soy. 3418  Sey. £31 Evenings 847 Davie  Pacific Roofing Co., Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS OF  ASPHALT READY   ROOFING  General  Roofing Contractors  SEYMOUR  1186 INDUSTRIAL ISLAND VANCOUVER, B C.  St.  EXTENSION  LADDERS  See us. for good reliable ladders 24 ft.  to 4 0 ft. in stock. Swing stages made  to'order.  ALLRIGHT LADDER CO.  Sey. 1778 Rear 833 Hornby St.  MACHINERY  Aflrents   For  Xylite   Orease   and   Perfection   Oils  Skooknm Logging  Block  ....■4-72   in.   by   18   ft.   boilers   160   lbs.  2   Coal   dryers  suitable  for  fish.      "'  * All  sizes of cable  in  stock.  T./A.  WALSH  &  CO.  7 Alexander St. '■'. Sey. 4738  ■tilr-  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal ai.d ContractorsV  Machinery and Supplies  Phon* Seymour 715S  1 ISO Homer Street  Boats, of   all . sizes . for   sale.      Tugs:  Scows'and. launches  for' hire'    Saw and  Shingle Mill  Machinery  for sale:  M&COILLIS ft  KORAN  1789  Georgia  St.  W. Sey.  8439 Ii.  Hoisting engines, locomotives, lathee,  wire rope, rails, pars, machinery of all  kinds.  NATIONAL  MACKXNERT   CO.  935 Main St. '    Sey. 600  CTTT   OF   VANCOUVER  Tenders   for Hard   Surfacing1   of  Street*  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up till 1 p.m. on Tuesday,  July 8. 1919, for hard surfacing of certain streets in the City of Vancouver.  Specifications and all particulars may  be obtained at the office of the Citv  Engineer.  City  Hall.  A deposit of an amount equal to 5  per cent. of. the contract price must be  made with each tender by marked  'cheque payable to the City Treasurer  The lov/est or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  . wm. mcqueen.  City Clerk.  Hall,  Vancouver,  B. C.,  June 28,  Sealed Tenders, addressed to the undersigned,'and endorsed. "Tender for repairs to wharf at Comox, B. C," will be  received at ; this office until 12 o'clock  noon Tuesday, July 15, 1919, for repairs  to the wharf at Comox, District of  Comox-Alberni,   British  Columbia.  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification and forms of tender obtained at this Department, at the  office of the District Engineer at Victoria, -B. C: and; at the Post Office, Vancouver, B.  C, and  Comox,  B. C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made or printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance vvith conditions contained  therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on'a charter; d bank  payable to the order of the Minister  of Public Works, equal to 10 per cent, of  the amount of the tender. War Loan  Bonds of the Dominion will also be accepted as security, or War Bond;, and  cheques if required to make up an odd  amount.  Note.—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $10, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be returned If the  intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order.  It. .C.   DESROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department  of Public   Works,  Ottawa, June 11,  1919.  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and   Sold.  B. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.  Bank of Ottawa Bldg.. Sey. 9040  t -    See  Us •  For All Kinds of Machinery  WEIR  MACHINERY   CO.   LTD.  1396 Richarda  St. Sey. 7443-7443  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IIS  STENOGRAPHERS  Expert Typewriting of every description  Mimeographing.    Multigraphing,  Translations Stenoirraohers   Supplied  CENTRAL PUBLIC STENOORAHPEBS  Sey.   5078 414  Dominion  Bldg.  STORAGE & TRANSFER  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  All Kinds of Building Material  902  Columbia Street West  Phone 15 and 16  New Westminster, B.C.  <**i'<i»^>^>'i>&~i~tt®tt>»^^  Baggage,   furniture   and   freight   moved j  and   stored.     Trunks  crated   and   house- | .  hold   goods   packed   for   shipment.  STANDARD   TRANSFER   &   STORAGE  COMPANY  419 Cordova St. W. Sey. 303  ~ ~~        TRUCKS ~  FOR SALE—One-ton McDaughlin In  A-l condition, cheap for -cash. One and  half ton Albion, just overhauled. Ali»o  other   used   trucks.  •TXNITED  MOTOR  AGENCY  OP  B.  O.  Soy.   707C 940  Richard*   St.'  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  AGENTS FOR  City  1919.  Specialist   In   Cement   Work  ED.   HUGGINS  PLAIN    AND    ORNAMENTAL  PLASTERER  Bay.  2535-R.        3528   Third  Ave.   W.  «  RANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c -30c  PITCH FORD-KADLEC  1 ENGRAVING CO.r  ILLUSTRATING ENGRAVING  DESMG-IMING COLOR WORK  PHONE Sty. 7501. 44-5 RICHARDS ST.  VANCOUVER ,B.O.  R.J. F.Duthie  ACCOUNTANT and  ATJDrTOR  Books written up for small flrniw  Rates   "Seasonable  Phone  Seymour  G44G  NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tend.rs addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed, "Tender for  wharf at Naramata, B. C", will be received at this office until 12 o'clock noon.  Wednesday. July 9, 1919, for the construction of a wharf at Naramata, District of Yale,  British  Columbia.  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specifications and forms of, tender obtained at this Department, at the  office of the District Engineer at Chase,  B. C, and at the Post Offices, Vancouver.   B.  C., and  Naramata,' B.  C.  Tenders will not T>e considered unless  made on printed, forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with conditions contained  therein.  Elach tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque 'on a chartered bank  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, -equal to 10 p.o. of the  amount of the tender. War.Loan Bonds  of the Dominion will also be accepted as  security, or war bonds and cheques if  required  to make up an odd amount.  Note.—Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $10,  payable to the ordfr of the Minister of  Public Works, which will be returned If  tho intending bidder submit a regular  bid  By order,  R.   C.   DESROCHEBR.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 5, 1919.  We    supply    standard    truck    bodies    on'  short  notice,  or  build   to  suit  individual  requirements.     All   we   need   Is   an   Idcrt  of    what   you   want.     Wo. do   the   rest.  TUPPER & STEEL  "Th* Track Bpecialint*"  Bayrlew 138 1669 Third  Ave.  "W.  _______  McCLARY'S RANGES  and the  We Weld any metal part that i.s .j.  broken. We sell tested range boilers at «|>  $9.00  each.  ABMSTBONO'S   WELDING   SHOP  1733 Main St. ralr.  3369  .«•...■. »".".......~4».....*..44>.'...  »*..■...♦*.*». .\  .  TELEPHONE DATA  For the past few days the telephone records have not been available, but  a complete list of new inatallatione will be published as soon as possible.  Business  Paper  Advertising  NUWAY  Kerosene Gas  Generator and Burner  For use in  i  t  t  I  ♦'  f  The Buying Power  Bcriber Represents  nitely' Greater Sum  per Suloan Infi-  than the  Regular Cook Stoves and Ranges  if s  <3  i  a  $**?  \5  >■'<  "Si  Y  f/  C. Bain, fVLanager  Buying Power of Any Other  Class of Publication, Because  Each Buyer Purchases for  Business and not for Private  Consu rap tion  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 801  -o.....»... »,.» »..» ... »... .  ...  „..,»...*...... ., t-  4>*Mt4••4l^•^-&4H|M^*4^4«lii•*HM'^•^'H•*t■^tH^


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