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 mm  VRfi'.-V  '.JT-.  0  »  :31 3  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO OEHEB&I. NEWS, BUILDING,  CONTRACTING,  ENGINEERING, PROYINCIAI.,  CITY  AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS.  'VOL. XVJ'f. No.     4  Published   Monday  Wednesday and Prlday  VANCOUVER, B.C., MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1919  ■/  7^  Offlce and Plant  583 Homer-Richards Lane  PRICE—Per Year in Advance  Per Month    -    -    -    -  910.00  1.00  Building Material  ■■■■<>  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. ' '*      548-550  Seymour St.  PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS, Limited  ROOFING CONTRACTORS  METAL WINDOWS  FIRJS DOORS  SKYLIGHTS  JOBBING  BIOW PIPING  SMOKE STACKS  Granville Is.  Seymour 2172  DOMINION  Pressed  Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  UILBING   PERMITS   AMOUNTING   TO  S500   OR   OVER  ISSUED  AT   TES   VANCOUVER  CITY HALL YESTERDAY  Number  Description  Cost  10318—dwelling  $000  Street  Addreas  tot   and  Block  A'>.\9   Atlin   Rt  i..   ..23  '   '  ■  ■  Subdivision  Architect  H. T  Owner  Contractor  AddreM ! Ownir  AddreHS  Owner  L. If. Miller .817 Hornby St.  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  Phone 2988  B2  _ ^    - Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  FT. OF COLUMBIA AV Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  . Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, Hydrated .  Lime, etc.  MUNDY, ROWLAND & CO.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  General  Electrical   Construction  ;  H M RDWOO  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock i« the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  13^S Richard. Stl - f- Vancouver-B: C.  BUILDING  AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  ^s^i>.;^<.<^.j.t£>-*^s>^^^^>^^>.^^M3t.^:l5^.t.«. ( House  BUILDING PBEMITS  I  THE MOLPEIN GO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  Sole Agents In Canada For  Chicago, Pneu-rnatic Tool Co.  Boyer' Rivetina & Criipplnja-_Hammers;   Little   Giant   Drills:   Ountle*.  Electris TooU;   Rock Drills;  Air Compressor*; -. . ■  Fuei Oil and Gas Engines.  Mrs* T««rtt  Wmtm  81 Piidir St «.. Vascnrar I. t.  PtaM Sty- IBIS  10316—Mr. Perkins, store front, 1234  Granville St., $200; R. J, James, contr.  10317—M.,. TV McDonnell, garage,  .1628 10th E., |40.  10319—J. A. SaUer, garage; 742 14th  E.,  $7a.  10320—D. T. Orr, addition. 442 19th  Ave. E., $75.  London, Mag.  Winnipeg  Toronto  ▼»ncouv«r. B, C.  Robert W. Hunt & Co.,Ltd.  .*-""■.:^.:-:."*:.■'.■     -  ----- --   engineers ■■-'" -■---'■ ■■■ -        - -  INSPECTION -. TESTS - CONSULTATION  8TEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS.    CARS*  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT.  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL.  LUMBER, ETC.  Office and Laboratory  218 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  INVITE   TENDERS   FOR  ' FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW  The Hon. the Minister of Public  ^y.orks is asking for tenders for. the  erection of a five room bunga'.ow on  Windsor Street, South Vancouver. Notice of tender appears elsewhere: in  this paper.  The contract for the--remodelling has been awarded by the owner to  Dixon & Murray, the well-known local  store front specialists, who will introduce a number of new and decidedly  up-to-date ideas in the arrangement of  the show windows and lighting effects.  Arrangements have been made to  start work on the remodelling on July  2,; and rush the', work, through'.with all  possible dispatch, as the new tenants  are^anxious to get; into the remodelled  stores as soon as possible.  The present ground floor arrangement will be changed to provide for  two stores with ultra-modern fittings  ac'd "equipment: One: of "these -will be j  occupied by the Maison-Henri hair-  dressing parlors,-- while Tom. the Tail'-)  or, has taken a lease of the other store,  i  FRAINK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  "TtiOR"  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  1144HOMERST. Phone Sey.4100  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  8XAM8, CKA3nnSZ.S, AKGXES, VXATXS, TKS8, COOTHM  COMrUTBLT EQVIPPZD VABBICATXaTO MMOTB  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL C07, Ltd.  Palraont S3M and 2397  TsncooTwr, M. O.  WILL SECURE SITE  FOR   RUBBER   PLANT  It is announced in connection with  Die establishment of a proposed Rubber Plant to be started soon in or  near Vancouver, that Commissioner  Gillespie of South Vancouver will be  p.ble to secure a site in the Municipality  for this new industry.  Seymour 7200  Estimates Given  BUILDER'S SUPPLIES  WE  CABBY A COMPLETE  LINE  OT  FINISHING HARDWARE - CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLIES  Wovaloid Roofing  WOOD, VALLANCE & LEGGATT, LIMITED  . Wfcolesalo. Heavy and Shelf Hardware  VANCOUVER, BRITISH-COLUMBIA  TENDERS   ARE   WANTED   FOR  HANCERVILLE   LOCK-UP  The Hon. the Minister of Public  Works is inviting tenders for the erection of a Lock-up on Government Blk.  325, about 2 miles from Hancerville  in the Cariboo Electoral District.  Plans and specification can be seen  at the office of the Government Agent  Court House, Vancouver. Tenders  close June 30th.  ARCHITECT   PLANS  STATE TO NAME  BOARD  FOR ARCHITECTS LAW  SEATTLE.—Advices from Olympia  are to the effect that Acting- Governor  Hart will likely name the five architects who will compose the State Architects Examining Board, within the  next day or two. The duties of this j  body, when appointed, wi'-l be to ex-j  amine those desirous of using the j  t'tle of "Architect" in the State of j  Washington, in accordance with the {  law passed by the last legislature.  i  HALF MILLION TO FIND MORE OIL  CALGARY.—Several of the Imperial  Oil Company's drilling and geological  experts have arrived here and are  preparing to leave shortly for oil exploration and development work in  northern Alberta. The coming of these  men together with the extensive test  drilling plants which they have  brought with them is another earnest  WE  MANUFACTURE  RE-INFORCING STEEL  IN ANY FORM OR LENGTH AND  SUBJECT TO ALL TESTS  Submit vour requirements  HYAH STEEL PRODUCTS, LIMITED  Phone Seymour 3066-3067  Granville Island, Vancouver,. B. C.  Vancouver Lumber Co.7 Limited  MANUPACTtTRERS  6r  FIR, CEDAR and SPRUCE LUMBER,.,   ,  "' i If You Want  THE BEST LUMBER and THE BEST SERVICE  AT  REASONABLE PRICES  CaK and see us, or phone.  South End of Connaught Bridge        ,.        ,  Phone Fair. 918-919 Vancouver; B. C,  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING CO.,LTD.  Millwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Northern  Bly.   Depot 1917  Calgary Armory   _ 1918  BoBBland   High   School _...19l8  Tranqaillo   Sanitorlum    1918  Phono Westminster 473  Our steam heated plant enables us  to manufacture Veneer Work at any  season of the year.  Wo are now manufacturing Interior  fittings for the new B. C. Telephone  Building's head office in .Quarter Cut  Oak.  1259—6th St., East Burnaby  TO   REMODEL   FRONT  OF.  GRANVILLE ST. BLOCK  Plans have been prepared and contracts awarded for the complete remodelling of the entire store fronts  and ground floor of the McKechnie  Dlic.i  Granville  St..  which   is  at  pres-  CANADIAN   CATALOGUES  ARE  WANTED   IN   SIBERIA  Mi\ L. D. Wilgress. Canadian Trade!  Commissioner.    Vladivostok.     Siberia,!  i  cables that the interallied Purchasing;  Committee  for the  Siberian  Railways j  requests'that Canadian  catalogues be j  sent.;'Canadian    manufacturers    may!  send catalogues'addressed as, follows:  Interallied  Purchasing Committee,  Si-!  Penan  Railways, care L. D.  Wilgress,  Esq.,  Suifunskaya St.  10, Vladivostok,  Siberia.  SHAUGHNESSY  HOME) of.  the   intention   of the   Imperial   Oilj  Another      ultra-modern      bungalow I company  to  carry  out its  announced!  which promises 'to rank with the more j intention of spending up to $500,000 on j  I select class of new homes being erect-j investigation  work  in  the Alberta  oil  I ?d in Shaughnessy is^ being planned in j fields  this year.  | the   office   of     Architect     Robert     .At. j    j Matheson, f.OS  Northwest  lUiilding.  j '' Tlie new home will be a i 1-2'story,  'nine-roomed house, stuccoed, in highly  [ "Olonial style, with six spacious rooms  on  the  lower  floor  and  three  on   the  second   floor,   and   will   include   hard-  'wood'floors, ho't water heating system,  full sized concrete' baseriient, tile bath  -room   and   fire   place.     Bids   will-  -be  taken   from   selected   contractors   and  work  will   be ^tarte,d  as  soon  as  the  present labor troubles are settled.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS: —  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.        We are prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME  —  HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER        San Francisco, Los VICTORIA  WINCH building Angeles, Portland belmont building  Prtvat«Ex. S«y. 9197 Seattle, Tacoma Telephone 5037  IMMEDIATE DELIVERY OP THE rOX^OWISTCt  PROVINCIAL NOTES.  A fish curing plant will be established at Langara Island, arrangements  being mnde to this end by C. P. Reil,  of the Prince Rupert Fisheries, Ltd.,  which has just been incorporated with  WOOD  FIBRE  LATH  CORNER  PLASTER,   PLASTER   PARIS,  BEAD, LIME  AND '  PLASTER   SAND  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  -1561  Granville Street  eiit  occupied  by  the  Montelius  Piano  a capital of $22,000.  J  Seymour 4660 .  Reliable Electric  Company  J. SMITH, Manager  152 Alexander Si.    Vancouver,  B.C.  Twenty Years' Experience In all Branches  of Electrical Work. Inspection—Expert  Advice — Trouble Wort—Installing — Eo-  Winding—All  Wori  Guaranteed.  Westminster iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. Phone 53 m  m  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Established  1911)  Published   every   Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by   the  Record Publishing Company  A 'newspaper  of  general   circulation,   featuring Building, Contracting, Engineering, Industrial,   Shipbuilding,   Mining,   Automobile,   Pro.  rincial,  City  and   Harbor  Improvements.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and Plant  583   Homer-Richards   Lane,   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808  Subscription Rates  Per   Year   in   Advance $10.00  Per   Month      1.00  Ait subscriptions arc  payable strictly in adrance  OFFICIAL ORGAN.  The British Columbia Kecord la the  official organ of The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, federated with  The Royal Architectural. Institute of  Canada, and The Engineering & Technical Institute of British Columbia, and  as such is used by them as the medium  through which to make their official announcements  to  the  general public.  By such selection the British Columbia Record is no wlso pledged to editorial support of any policy advanced  by these societies, but maintains an abso-  ■ lutely Independent position on all mutters subject to editorial opinion.  Plate, Sheet, Figured,  Wired,Art,Prlsm,  Colored, etc.  426-  Wholesale  and  Retail  W.HOLT  -436 Dufferin St. Fairmont  1238  Bevelling  and  Slivering  REMOVING THE CITY'S EYESORES  The council of Glencoe, Ont., has  just pased a bylaw giving itself power  to "pull down or repair at the expense  of the owner or owners thereof, any  building, fence, or structure which, by  reason of its ruinous or dilapidated  condition, faulty structure or otherwise, or is in an unsafe condition as  regards danger'from fire or risk of accident." This bylaw.was passed after  ■careful investigation and consultation  with, the highest legal authorities as  to whether the council had the power  to legislate to itself such powers.  This indicates unmistakably that the  xsitizens of Glencoe are determined to  have no "eye-sores" in their town. The  action of the Glencoe council might  "well be followed by the Vancouver City  Council. For Vancouver has a few—  and quite a few at that—eyesores of  her own. Many of these could- be  readily and effectively cured with a  coat of paint—a simple arid effective  cure.', Others need more drastic methods; but the remedy should be applied.  Vancouver should hardly heed the  passing of a by-law to force her to get"  rid of the ugly spots. Once the citizens get through with the present-"labor troubles and into the stride, ot regular civic peace again, one.»ot the  first things that should, be; done is to  make  a determined effort to get rid  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  of these ugly spots. ,  There are some sections of the city  that will have to be more or less' unsightly for perhaps a few years while  their ultimate industrial development  . is in process.    An example of this is  j the reclaimed portion of False Creek  where the Canadian National Railways  system plans such extensive terminal  development  and  which  will   require  several   years   to   approach   anywhere  near   completion. .   Then ■ there    are  such  necessarily unfinished things as  the  False  Creek  sea-wall  which .is  a  sure-enough   eye-sore   at  present,- but  which  it is hoped  will  be satisfactorily settled and the litigation closed before long.   The Coal Harbor causeway  is  another undertaking that,  while  a  work of real landscape art in itself, is  still   in   process   of   development  and  its surroundings are still very crude.  Improvement might be made there in  that respect, even if the full scheme in  regard to the upper basin of Coal Harbor cannot be carried out at present.  But the real eye-sores at present-are  the    unsightly,    tumble-down    houses,  fences and outbuildings in many portions of the city, which the city building inspector can condemn but hasjnot  the power to tear down at present. In  such cases -a bylaw like the one> the  Glencoe council passed would produce  effective results,  CORRECTION  In our issue of June 13, it was announced that the firm of McArthur,  Stewart & Williams had been awarded a contract from W. P. Tierney &  Co., for the construction of 1 1-2 miles  of work on the Copper Mountain Railway. The contract was awarded to  this firm by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, not W. P. Tierney' &  Co. ■' ' '  •' -.'' -—:; ,  Save during 1919.  POINT GREY PERMITS  2216—W..     MacPherson,      dwelling,  Yew St., $1050; J. Phonis, contr.  , 2217—R. ,S. Tufts, garage,' ]9th'"Ave.  W., $100.  221 s—A. J. Parker, dwelling, 64th W.  11000; J. Russell, contr.  2219—J. Puller, garage, $80;  J. Mitchell, contr. .   : :         : -—  FOB  Busy Business Men  A   solid,   substantial   food   served   in  an appetizing flavor.  GOOD EATS  CAFE  Ho.   1-110  COMOTA   ST.   WIST  Canada  Food  Board  No.   10-7661.  ho. a—eia pbwimbb ot. west  Canada  Food   Board  No.   10-7660.  2220—J^ Whyte, dwelling, 44th Ave.  $1,000.  2221—Mr. Williamson, dwelling, 11th  and, Marine Drive, $3,500;' J. E. Mc-  Jlmoyle, contr.  •' .2222—Dr. R., E.    MacKechnie,    sun-  room, $230; A. W.-Pluggart, contr.  '   2224—Dr. A.  Smith, dwelling, Alexander & Laurie St.,' $11,000, Purdie &  L'onergan, contr.    .    ,  2225—P. Thompson, addition, 43rd  Ave.,  $100.  222G—Mrs. L. M. Moore, dwelling,  28th & Blenheim, ?3,000, Stanley &  Shave, contr.  2227—A. Carlyle, dwelling, 26th Ave.  W., $400.       i  B.   C.   INCORPORATIONS.  During the past week certificates of  Incorporation have been isued to the  undernoted  concerns:  Central CUilv Ltd., $10,000, Prince  Rupert; Stewart Miners Social Club,  Ltd., $10,000, Stewart; New Era Mines  Ltd., $100,000, Vancouver; The Sterling Bottling Works, Ltd., $10,000, Vancouver; Battery House Ltd., $150,-  000, Vancouver; Rovay and Yeaman,  Ltd., $10,000, Vancouver; Crickmay  Brothers, Ltd., $10,000, Vancouver;  Okanagan Canning Co., 'Ltd., $10,000,  Kelowna; J. D. Skinner, Ltd., $10,000;  Vancouver. Parry Hall & Co., Inc. of  New   York,  is   now   registered   to   do  (Continued  on  Piter*  3)  NEW WORK » CONTRACTS LET  Character       Tuberculosis  Clinic   .  Residences   .........  Brick   Building       Residence   Residence   Liquid   Air   Plant  —vr  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing' too Large or top Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.       Seymour 3053  Residence  Residence   Residence   Residence .....  Residence   :......... ....  Mfg.   Bldg.   Dwelling ■-■. ■...:.:;...:..:„.=;......;   Garage :.\„„.....:...  Remodelling .r.:'.....'.....^.'.:.'....i..  Brick -Bldg.   :.:: ..;.;.:............  | Wire- Broducts   Mill.........   Bank Extension ...'..........'...*.....  Residence  .........;......;.....,:.;.^..  Warehouse .......  Residence   Residence   ....'. ^...   I Gasoline   Station   ........:.........  L.A1 terations ....  Residence   Brick    Bldg   Dwelling    ..   Garage   Bldg   Residence'   Residence   Residence :..-...  Residence    1... .....  3ara^e -   Residence   Residence   Warehouse      Residence   Factory    Residence  ,   Farm   buildings      Residence       Add   to   School   Rotary   Dryer   3   Bungalows   Residence   Alterations  Residence   ..  Residence       Residence    ...'   Residence   ...'.   Remodelling  shops  Residence      f-   Cowt  ....'.  47,130  .each 4,000  .'..'..'.!$io.'o66  ........ $9000   $25,000  ....... $7,00.0     $5,0KJ0  ....  $5,000  ..  |5,200  ........'.* 8,000  -.A...~$20,000'  ■ ■ ....?5,200  "' ... $15,000  ". . $5,000  ";....:2«7,ooo  "..::..r-«'6i00o  "-- irr.ooo  ..;*5',000  '"'...'.$5,000.  .... $6,000  . $7,000  ".-.-..-..$ 17,000  . ...$5,000  '...... $9,500:  ..$S,000  ..$5,000  ....$30,000   $8,000  '< ....$7,500  $9,074  ..$6,422  ,   $7000  . $6000  .$6000  "".. $7,000  SG.S00  "" .. $5,500  . $13,000  ..$11,500  .$^,000  .....$27,500  ..'.'...$6,000  ... $10,500  $6,000  $15.0^0  . -S5S0O  .$5,200  '■ $5,000  ......:  $5,S00  '.'".""•j'is'ipoo  VANCOUVER  &oo«tlon                r..   6wn«  Pender Street Rotary Club  Angus  Ave.. Macaulay   &.   Nicolls  Seymour  St.......  B.  C.  Tel.   Co.  ShaughneBsy  Hgts Clarence  Wallace  Shaughnessy Heights..Mrs. V. J: Creeden  5th and Yukon Sts...L'Air Liquid Society  Shaughnessy  .:.....: .Frederick  Perkins  1855—16th'   Ave.   W.H........3.   J.   Forster  15th & Hemlock ';.-. ......W.  Manson  1312   14th   Ave.   W.................W.   J.   Read  Shaughnessy ....Mrs.   Alice   Brydone-Jack  S66   Richards   St...... Coca-Cola   Co.  1312: 14th  Ave. W......:..... "VV.  J.   Read  Granville & Helmcken....Mrs. Drummond  Ft: Gore 'Ave., -Vane. Ice & Cold Stor.>C;0.  Howe. & Paclnc........Roote  Auto  Top  Co.  liid. Island .Morrison Steel & Wire C6.  Hastings & Richards..,.......Standard Bank  Arbutus   Street   ........:... J. . E.  ;Hooson  Industrial' Island....Albert Kerr Co.,:Ltd.  1100 Block 13th Av W. Capt. A. Freeman  1'ork & Larch Sts Mrs. Macdonald  Dunsmuir   &  Howe Imperial   Oil   Co.  35-37  Hastings. St.,   E.—Wm.   Dick,  Ltd.  1155   11th  Ave., West :: Wm.  Met/.  24 9   Pender  St.   E.  ;........... Olaf  Olson  17S5   I6th   Ave.   W .S.   N.   Baynes  Georgia &'Butte ..Terminal City Mtr. Co.  Angus Ave.,  Shaughnessy........A. A. Ross  Alexander  St Cap  &  Shaw  Shaughnessy ■ Hghts.....Gordon   Campbell  Magee ...' H. J.  Rigger  556  Howe  St A.  G.  McCandless  35th   &  Vine... ...Percy   Whalley  Magee   ..•.:.. .l. Wm.   G.   Breeze,  49 Cordova St. E McLennan & McFeely  1775   16th   Ave.   W. .Vernon   Const.   Co.  Industrial  Island ....Elec. -Mfg. Co.  Shaughnessv ......Dr.  Archibald Smith  Pt.  Grey...: ....University  of  B.  C.  Shaughnessy  Dr.  R.  L.   Pallen  Magee  Pt.  Grey School  Board  South   Vancouvor.-..Globe   Fertilizer   Co.  1st Ave. and Stevens F. G. Evans  Magee  Mrs. E. B. Brown  111 Dunsmuir St Navy League of Can.  Magee  Henry   W.   Sehofleld  Pt.   Grey S.   W.   Webster  Pt.   Grey    .....T.   Abernethv  Pt.   Grev    : W.   J.   Lesatre  False   Creek :: .....C.P.R.    Rly.  Marine   Drive J.   R.  Craig  Archt    J. A.   Hcnzie   A.  E.   Henderson.   Owners     James A. Benzie   Edwardes  Sproat ....  Owners     Contr.  .*. .Baynes  &  Horie   S. J.  Newitt   Adkison  & Dill   S. J. Newitt   S. J. Newitt   .S. J. -Newitt  Fred  L.  Townley..............G.  M. Champion  Edwards  Sproat .....W.   Gravel       S.    McLellan       Owner  -James  A.  Benzie S.  J.  Newitt  Pratt   &   Ross ....Dominion   Const:: Co'.'  ....:......„:....:.:.: :     Owner  A..E. Henderson  ..J.  B.  Arthur   ; S.  J.  Newitt  .......;.....; :ji..:::.::.:.\...:... ;■..:•■„.:.: Snider    Bros.  Gardiner &.-Mercer..,...>.«.^.....:..H.  Xi.  Led;  James A. Benzle....Dom. Construction Co.  [ Edwardes   Sproat   ....Beechey  &   Holdron   ....;..Domlnion   Const. ' Co,  Robert   M.   Matheson Albert   Radele't  Edwardes   Sproat  ..............W.   T.   Woddcn   - :..Dominion   Const.    Co:  .....:.!......:..........::......:..........:...:....J.B. Arthur  Robert  M.' Matheson A)onza_j3mith  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floor Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  COTS,VflCJS,  SKVLIOHT,  SMOKESTACKS,    axtto yroBZ.  Anything In Sheet Metal and Roofing.  S. T. Scarlett, Mgr.  757   Beatty   St. Sey.   7645  VICTORY  BONDS  BOUGHT and SOLD  Trcmsact your bond business through a long established and thoroughly  organized concern.  Ceperley, Rounsefeil & Co.  ESTABLISHED  IN  1886  Ground Ploor        739 Hastlnffs St. "W.  Winch Biag\ Vancouver  Character  .   42-Milc   Extension    .'..  Government    Shed   Reconstruction      Nitrogen  Plant   Concentrator,   etc,    ».*....  Railroad .'......','.'  Infirmary   and   Serrica   Bldgl:.  Pulp  &  Saw  Mill   Concentrator    ...„. .......i.  Coal  Tar  Produets  Plant...  Bridge      .'.   Dockrards Wharf.   Military Hospital '-..^.....J^u:  Hydro-Blectrlc  Plant   Waahln* Plant  .   Highway  Bria«e    Oo«t  . .300,000  ... 160,000  ... 125,000  ..1,000,000.  ,.. 1,000,000  ..."$151,236  .,„:$750.000  !i.:.»17.000  ..'..$100,000  .^...$15,080  _...$62.»24  .:.:$i40,ooo  ....$78,000   |16t,0«0  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SASH   and   DOORS—OITICE  FIXTURES  Bandaawlngr and  Turning', etc.  1730   Semlln   Drive Highland   374  W.   T.   Whiteway......   E.   H.  Fred   L.   Townley   A. E. Henderson :  H. ■ XX.  Gillingham   Bernard C. Palmer...  Bf.-rnarc5 C. Palmer....  Parr' & MacKenzle....  Fred  L.  Townley   Fred   L.  Townley    G.   Kilgr.en  Rawtinheimer  ..Snider Bros.  ...S. J. NewltC  ..S.   J.   Newitt   Glover  Lloyd   Dom. Const. Co.   ..Baynes & Horie   Wm.   McNe.e   Croinie  <S-   Vroom   J.   M.   McLuckte   Vernon   Corsf.   (To.  Gardiner & Mercer....Wallace & McGugan  Fred  L.  Townley Purdy &  Lorergan  Sharp & Thompson: S. N. McLeod  Edwardes Sproat   John   L.   Dunn  Twizell  & Twisell Adkinson  &   Dill   : T.   A.   Walsh   &   Co.  Fred L. Townley G. M. Champion  Bernard  C. Palmer E.  G.  Baynes   W.   J.   Northcote   Vernon   Const.   Co.   S.   N.    McLeod     W.   Eldridie      Mr.   McGreevy   Davies    Const.    Co.  Fred  L. Townley W.  J.   Read  GRAND VIE W  SHEET  METAL  WORKS,   LIMITED  FURNACES,    CORNICES,    SKY-  LIOHTS  and   GENE3AL  JOBBING  1085   Variables  St.  Highland   642  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  GENERAL. *  Iiooatlom  ,— Ownti  Clinton     P.G.E.    Railway  Victoria '.    Government  North   Vancouver     Wallace   Shipyard  Lake  Buntzen. .Amer.   Nitrogen   Products  Co.  Copper   Mountain •■ IJ.   C.   Copper  00.  Princeton to Copper  Mt. ...II.  C.  Copper  G/i.  Tranqaillo..... . . B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society.  Beayer Cove..Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Go  Bowen Tslanfl......... W.  Tlppitjk  Marpole:... .The  Barrett  Co..  Ltd.  "-'—^—-^      •.'..Provincial  Oovernmerit   Dom.  Government   _ Dom. QoY'%  ._'. _..Prov. GoTernmerii  Granby Con. M. A 9. Co.  Fairy'Creek.  Victoria ...  .Esq u I malt  'Squamlah .  C«uisidr. V. I  C«Uialdy. V.  I UhMBy ton.  m. ee ct.  wv.  9«oh's Cro*eln»> V.l —Prov.  Oov^t  Arch.      Contr.  , '. . Northern   Const.   Co.   R.   Moncrieff   •••. .Hodgson &  King  Owners       Owners  O.wncrs   Public  Works   Dept.   W.   P.   Tierney  .Dominion   Goo.   Co.       Owners  :..;„ T. A. Walsh & Co.  ".•:..: Dominion Const. Co. & Others,  Public  Works Dept..... lArchle McLean  Dom. Pub. W*. Dept...McDonald & WatHoti.  Dom.  Pub.  Wks.  Dept—Robt.   Moncrieff  .:.:'. — -..Robertson .and ^artnerp  Xi.:. - ...Taylor BnolhMrinfi!  Co.  Public WV« De»t....,MbD*iMild A Wataon  J. Hanbury & Co.  LIMITED  EXCAVATING  and  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St.  Bay view 1076  GAS HEAT YOUR  BUILDING  Gas hen tin?,' by means of a system  like the Rector has heen the dream  of engineers for years.  It does away with dirty. «»oky  furnaces dustv basements filled with  fuel, .ami the' necessity of constant,  stoking.  Each radiator Is a unit—you can  cut as many of them out as you wish.  You pav for your f?as after you use  It, not as you pay for coal, m advance. '  We will o« Rind to fflve you nimreB  on   a   paa-heatlntr   Installation.  Vancouver Gas Co.  Oarrall and  Kaating-s  Phone Sey.  SOOO  Electrical Contractors  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  570  Richard*  St.  'Phone   Seymour   175  I  H.D.Recs  W.A.Kruse  The Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. CHRYSTAL & COMPANY  • *   ••  Carpenters and Contractors  Store and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  • ■    ■ - ••  219 Keeler St.  Seymarl551  MALTHOIP ROOFING  The Best that's made  Sales Agents  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver, B. C.  m  Phone Seymour 1878.  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boarda, Panel Boarda, Steel  Cabinota, etc.  Switches designed, and  built  for  any  special work.  U Alexander St,    -    Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  *    TINSMITHING  Estimates   Furnished   on   New   Work  ; and   Alterations  906 Davie St. SeyMW 918B  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ROOFING     The  and  PAVING  Company      CML  J      m  IIATFDI41C     Sen<*   *or   color    card    of    BARRETT'S       PRnQHCTS  MAItKIALa     VELVEX   CREOSOTE   SHINGLE   STAINS  Cor. lOth Ave. & Arbutus St. Telephone* Bay.63anrf64  LIMITED  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length — any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., UMITEO  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  JAMIESON'S  The Paint  That covers the Quebec Bridge  The Eighth Wonder of the world  The veteran painter, tried and proved, the man wfe© «foes  paint well.  "HE KNOWS"  The chemist, who can analyze—he (miles a»«l says:  "ALL RIGHT"  Because  It goes farthest.  Covers more space at less cost.  Encourages   the   inexperienced  to paint and brighten up.  R. C. JAMIESON & CO., LTD.  1075 Hamilton Street.  Seymour 2268 | BRITISH/COLUMBIA RECORD  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Howe St.  Sej.37E8-Bay.H28R  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all kinds of Wire Worlt.  112-16   Du'fferin   St.  Fair.   2G4S  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  136 Howe SL  Seyaoor 1389  *  Edward Co*  General Contractor  Cabinet Making                Fixture*  SiyRtar  1163                         735 HelBcktR St.  (Continued  from Ta,g* 3)  business in British Columbia, capital,  $100,000, Vancouver.  Bacon and Matheson Forge Co.,  State of Washington, is now registered to do business in British Columbia.  $60,000.00 THEATRE WILL  BE  ERECTED  AT  RAYMOND  Raymond, Wn.-A modern theatre  structure, estimated to cost $00,000 is  to be built from plans prepared by Architect E. W. Houghton, 630 Lumber  Exchange Bldg., Seattle.  CLARK  COUNTY   BUSY    .  WITH    ROAD    PLANS  ■VANCOUVER,"Wn. (Special) ■—.Approximately. GO miles of roadways will  be paved in Clarke county this' summer and corning fall if satisfactory  bids are submitted on the work according to an announcement made by  County Commissioner IM. E. Carson.  I  Davics  Construction Co.  General    Contractor*  Cniit-FoKitr Bldg.  Vineitw, B.C'  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  56! lietaris St Suww.1412  W. GREENLEES  COBTBACTOB  File  Driving,   WTj.arvea,   Brldffea,  Foundations, «tc.  107 Cordova St. W.  Seymour 1083  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seymow'535 601 Tacific B;dg.'  Hodgson, King & Marble  Contractors & Engineers  403 Lorfid BWi. Sqaiw'lSei  COSTS  IN   RETAIL  HARDWARE TRADE  Results of an investigation of operating expenses and profits in the retail hardware stores in 39 states and  Canada, have just been made public  by the bureau of business research of cessories  Harvard University. The report deals  with the war years, 1917 and 1918, and  shows that, the average figure for total  expense in retail hardware stores during this period was 20.G per cent. of.  the sales. The average net profit was  found to be G per cent, of the sales  and the average rate of stock-turn 1.8  times a year. '-.'*■,  "These figures can be used by any  hardware retailer as ca guide with  which to compare his own results,"  said Melvin, T. "Gopeland, director of  the bureau. "All the statements have  been adjusted to the uniform accounting system that is being introduced  in the trade, so that they tally with  each other. This inquiry has brought  out the fact that the average investment in merchandise, owing primarily  to higher prices, was about 5 per cent,  greater in retail hardware stores in  January, 1919, than in January, 1918.  It has shown, furthermore, that in  stores with an annual volume of business of ?50,000, the expenses, in percentage of sales, are generally as low  as in stores with sales amounting to  over'•■5100,000'a year/  1288. Maple flooring.—A Liverpool  firm would like to receive carlfot offers  of maple flooring. \,  1289. Broom handles, dowels.^— A  Liverpool firm are interested in Canadian exportations.,  1290. Box shooks. — A Liverpool  timber broker wishes a Canadian connection for the distribution of box  shooks.  1294. Birch or maple skewers.—A  Liverpool importer wishes to receive  offers of birch or maple skewers, 4%  inch to 11-inch, in carload lots.  1295. Asbestos Wbre.—A Liverpool  firm wish to be'placed in eommunica:  tion with exporters of asbestos fibre.' „  1296. Washboards. — A Liverpool  firm are interested in washboards.  1297. Clothes pegs.—A Liverpool  firm desire to hear from Canadian exporters. ;  1293. Wire nails.—A Liverpool firm  wish to get into touch with exporters of wire nails.  1299. Mica.—A Rotterdam commission merchants is desirous of securing an agency for the sale of Canadian  mica  in Holland.  1302. Boots and shoes.—A manufacturers' agent in Cape Town, South  Africa, would like to get into communication with Canadian manufacturers  of boots and shoes with a view to development of trade in outh Africa.  1304. Electrical and motor accea-  ories.—A British firm wish to get Into  communication with Canadian manufacturers  of electrical  and motor ac-  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  ORPHEUM CAPE  an ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Every tiling, Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges.. Seating  capacity  250.  ■'• ■  Opposite Orphenm Theatx.  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer,,Proprietor & Chef  Blue Prints Whilst You Wait  DRAFTING ALL HHES\  Paper,  Instruments and Supplies  MOST MODEBN  EQUIPMENT  AMD  OLDEST ESTABLISHED IN B. C.  B.C. DRAFTING & BLUE PRINT CO.  413 Granville St.  Seymo.ur 2769  , 1305. Representation.—A New Zealand commission merchants now visiting England would like to get into  communication with Canadian manufacturers desirous of representation.  • 1306.    Cedar sticks.—A firm In London, England, require cedar sticks  in  lots of 100 gross  and  upwards.    One  set of samples of the sticks  required  lias been received by the Commercial  •Intelligence  Branch,    Department    of  Trade and ommerce, Ottawa. ♦  1308.    Glass.—A    distributing    business agency in St. John's wisnes to be  put in communication with n Canadian  manufacturer, of glass.      ■  ... .    ......  ,'   1309.    Wood-working   machinery  | ARCHITECTS J  Member* of The Architectural Institute  of British Columbia.  F)UNHflM  ■Cheating service  Endorsed     by    leading  architects, used in fine  installations      e t 6 r y- •  where  because  it  does   '  give    heating   satisfaction.  C.A. DUNHAM COMPANY,Ltd.  Branch   Sales   Office,   Vancouver,   B.   C.  D.   G.   BRISON,  Manager  Phone Sey.  S057    425  Standard  Bank Bldg.  VANCOTTVEB  Benrie.  .las.   A..  510  ITastinas   W _ Sey. 8300  Bryan  lc  Olllam.   509 .iiicharda ....  Dalton  &   »ele!Kh,   615   Hastings  W Soy.    502  Gardiner. F.  G.,  & Morc«r.  T18 Granville. Sey. 307'J  HendPrsou, A.   E.,  615 Hasiirms W _ Hey.-..724  Honeytaan.   A   Curtis.   853 "Hastings ■ W ......Soy.  1621  Kfasey,  James  \V., ,2376' 2nd   Ave.   W... ..Bay. 702R  MarJicson. .Bobert   M..   509   Hlchards „_.Soy. 503.4  Palmer.   Bernard  C.   850 HaHtlnga  W „.Sey. 3680  Tarr   t  MacKanzle,   736 Granriile. Sey. T811  Sharp 'k. Thompson,   620 Pender W Sey. 106'.  Townley,   Fred I...   323   Homer  St.......... Sey. 9013  Twizell   £   Twizell.    837   KasUnes.„...„- ...Sey. T925  TICTOBIA  A Government organization in Siberia Maclure. Sam. union u«nk: bms—  G. Kllgren  General Contractor  912 14th Ave.  Fairnoit 94SL  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  9 2 9. Main St.  Seymour 4878  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Work* Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  80S Metropolitan Bldg.  THE TOWN  OF   DON'T WORRY,,,  There's:a town called. Don't you ^Vor  ■*;   ry,--■"■:     ■.'   " >" ;\   "'    -'^.   ■■'■    r.   .  >On the banks of River Smile, "*J  : Where the Cheer Up and Be Happy  Hlossom sweetly all the while-—''..'  Where the Never Grumble Flower  rJlooms beside the fragrant Try,  And the Ne'er Give Up and Patience-'  Point their faces to the sky.  There are. little rustic benches  scattered all the way along,  \nd to each a vine is clinging  Called- the Sing a Little Song.  ")h. the way is wide and pleasant.  And you'll find it worth your while  To visit Don't You Worry,  On the banks of River Smile!  are desirous of receiving prices and  other particulars for machinery' for  "cleaving and sawing wood, such machines to be. supplied with saws suit-  feib'e for logs from 21 to 28 inches and  to be worked by oil or gasoline engines.  1311. Stationery, musical instruments, etc.—A firm in Siberia wish to  get iiv touch with Canadian firms in  a position to supply the above.  > 1312. Trade with Siberia.—A Siberian firm with offices in Vladivostok  ■and'connections with Western Siberia  ;desirous of getting in touch with Canadian firms who wish td appoint representatives with a view to doing  business in Siberia, especially in machinery, implements, and similar lines.  \[ 1313. Agencies—A merchant of the  .^Island of Guadeloupe, French West  'indies, would like to enter into relations with Canadian firms exporting  ;wheat-flour, codfish and beans.  .1315..' Agencies; — A commission  merchant of Paris wishes to act as representative of Canadian manufacturers who can supply ticking, blankets  and sheeting, horse-hair cord, chairs,  washedi and treated wools.  Henriel. A. H.,  1086 St. Louis St......-„._  Keith.  J.   CM..   Say ward -Bid*!- ;..  Bidgwiy-Wtlson, .Lleut.-CoU...  . lin b 1  ..._>-.~„l«0    2848  _.......Belmont   House  BRICK CONTRACTOR  ' Cfcimneya,  Plxeplacea, Etc  Jno. B. Sadler  . ■       . Res. .-...'  2085 45th Ave. W.    Box 25, Kerrlsflal?  Phone  Eburne  203L2 ■  .":.■:■.'    We are selling out our  "WEARWELL" PAINTS  AT SACBITICE PBICES  Quality Guaranteed  ... v  ;      WBABWELL PAIKT STOKE  1063 QranvUla St. 8«y. 3497  MAIN ELECTRIC  orenebaz. repairs —&bka tube  wxbtsxno — switchboards  XB~STAZ.Xl&TXOHS  ' Seymour"3S56.'  The Most Important Thing  in Automobile R%pairiBg is the  know how to overhaul arid paint  cars, build bodies, wheels, etc.,  also small industrial tractors for  wharf and mill yare work.  We   Know   How  HALL & WALLACE  573-5   Beatty   St.  Sey.   930  PHILADELPHIA  DIAMOND GRID  BATTERY  "The Battery for your car"  Expert battery and IsnHlow repair*  The Jarvis Electric Co., Ltd.  570 Richards Street  SERVICE  CARS  TIRE  REPAIRS  Retreads,, plain   or  .   non '- skids,, sections, etc.  Tires, .Tubes  in stock.  AUTO~  repairs:  Engines overhauled,  valves ground,  .     brakes relined,  etc.  Oils and  greases  in stock.  PHONE  SEY. IIS*.  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET  VANCOUVER.■ fe. C  204 Alexander St.  KEEP P0STEO-READTHE RECORD*  RUSH & READ  PLAIN  ANB  ORNAMENT At  PLASTEBING & CEMENT WOKK  All Work Ouaraateed.  •triv.  3 3 7.0  Bay.  1002-R  230G  Stephens  St.  - H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations,  etc.  1350 • Bth »«. W. '"I** ni  J.   D.   McDaniel  Coll.  118-US  J.   p.   Scott  Sey. 5+80-.L  >I1.     1 J 8-U.l ~w'  McDaniel & Scott  EX.ECTBXCAI.   CONTRACTORS  Anuatnra  and *°*°sT*toU»*  General Bl«ctrloal B«palr»  Batlxaat«a  Vrttt  Soyipour 1890      ■ 628 Smythe St  Percy F. Lett*  ..^«a« co«rrmAcro» •  Xltffc-CtaM   »««trlo«4   Wort  ^^        aad  Flavor**  Bar.   441 8044   0»"T,»*  8t-  Vancouver Forge Co.  Xilmlted  FORCINGS  Of5 ALL DESCRIPTIONS  Vt.   Victoria  Drive ».TIKhIand   701  J. R. Tacey  &■ Son  EXHAUST   aud  BX.OW   FTPlVta  oiir   Syoclalty  Hoatinp, VentUatlng- and aonoral  She«t-Mctal Work  Sr>ymour   SGI 7  1100  Soymour   St.  FOREIGN TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional Information resrarcilngr  thosft ituuiirics may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to ""Tha  f*o:nrrnM-cial JntolHtfpnce ranch of the  department of Trade and Commerce.  Ottawa."  Correspondents are requested to auotc  (he number of the "opportunity" when  nsklnir for ad'.Wtionul Information. Re-  iiest for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and state opportunity  number. The Bureau does not furnish  credit ratinira or assume responsibility  is to the standing of foreign inquiries:  the   usual   precautions   should   be   taken  in   all   eases. _,   LATEST UNQTTXRXES.  Thr following inoulries are the latest  received. Kor rap'd perusal the reader  mav know at a Rlance IteniR of interest' by noting the chuss of Roods mentioned   at   the   end   of   each   inquiry.  IMPORTANT—Quote the number af  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  1272. Representation.—A Canadian  soldier recently returned from France  proposes to take a trip to Japan in  July. He would like to arrange with  a group of Canadian manufacturers to  ;act as their representative.  .. 1273. Paper, cardboard, etc.. — A  London firm ask for names of- Canadian manufacturers >yf crepe paper  napkins, cardboard, plates and lace  paper doyloys.  1274. Hardware.—A Ix)ndon manu- ■  Cacturers' agent is prepared to undertake the representation of Canadian  manufacturers of hardware especially  brushes! brooms, tinware and enamel-  ware), anfl other household supplies;  1281. Waahboards, clothe pegs,  pasteboards, etc.—A Liverpool flrnj  la Interested in offers of the above.  1282—Clothes pins, Washboards.—:A  Liverpool importer is In the market foi  clothes pins and washboards.   -  1283. Household woodenware.—A  Liverpool firm are In the market for  woodenware.  1284. Broom handles.—A Liverpool firm desire to be brought In touch  with   Canadian   exporters.  1285. Wire nails.—A Liverpool importer inquires for wire nails,  1285. White pine.—A Liverpool firm  are in the market, for considerable  quantities of Canadiun white pine.  1287. Doors.—A Liverpool firm arc  Interested In carlot offers of pine  doors.  PILES* POLES  ANY   LEErOTH   FTJBNISHED  We operate our own  logging camp  JOE  LEPORE  772   Goorg-ia   St.   E.  Higrh...l48  Vernon Construction  Company  CONTRACTORS   AND  BUILDERS  Garages   and  Repair  Work  "We   specialize   in   small  Bungalows  Seymour   5036 434    Richards   St.  VANCOTTVEB, B.  O.  Attention!  Mr. Business Man  I am prepared to furnish  jou the Very best in tailored  suits at  $50 to  $65  Frank M. Slowln  TAILOR  Sey. 2692  404-5 Dominion Bldflr.  raon SBTKoum 3005  PRINTERS  Printers, Engraving, Bookbinding, Account Books.  Publishers   of  Mtiiln#     and     Enarinaerliiir     Record,  Successful Poultry man  TECHNICAL   PRESS   LTD.  The  Mines  I'.ltlR.  ■126 Homer St.  C Everything the name implies.  HU your problem is hauling, let us help you  solve it  COne, two and three-and-a-half ton capacities  all in stock here, with night and day service.  Giant Motor Truck Co.  Seymour 2844-2845  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Maj&ager.  Granville at Pacific.,  miMi—11 ■^  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  (tBAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY &  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  NS Ltd.  FACTURERS  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C. .  TENDERS  ARE WANTED "'   '*•.  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  The purchasing agent of the City of  Victoria is receiving tenders to June  30 for the supply of the following electrical supplies:  1,500' lbs. No. 6 Gauge Copper'Line  Wire; 35 to 45-ft. Cedar Poles; 15 to  35-ft. Cedar Poles; .400 Glass Insulators.,  hot air heat etc'.,' and "will cost' $3,500'  each.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING M  ■      •       ' " LIMITED  P. A. Jonea, MgT.  WHARP   BUILDING,   BRIDGES,  PILE   FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners   of   Tag-   "dive"  General Towlnr  324 Front St. New, Westminster  Telephone  1015    ,  Branca  Offlce  .837 Hast. St. W. Sey. 4404  $8500   HOME   PLANNED   FOR:  SHAUGHNESSY    HEIGHTS  Plans   are   being   prepared   in   the"  office  of  Architect  Robert M.   Matheson,  fiOS   Northwest   Building,   for   an  attractive     eight-room     stucco     residence  to  be erected  on  Shaughnessy  Heights   for  a   prominent   local   business man.    The new home will have  every   modern   convenience   including  hot   water  heating system,   etc.,   and  will    cost    in    the    neighborhood    of  SS.500.    As  soon  as  plans are  ready  for  the  acceptance  of  figures   notice  will be given in these columns.  TOO HASTY—MUCH  TOO!  The form an employed by a big contractor rushed into the office of the  boss, wild eyed and palpitating.  "Boss," said he, "one of them ■ new  houses of ours fell down in the night'",  "What's that?" exclaimed the boss,  jumping right up and beginning to:  take notice. ."What was the matter?  How did it happen?".  "It was the-fault of the workmen,  boss," answered the foreman. "They  made the mistake'of taking down the  scaffolding" before they put on the wall  paper."  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS-CAPENTERS  - ROflFERS --  ;Vvi,r^.yi-i  .  General Building  Repairs  Sey. 3315 511  Dunsmuir St.  It is a great' benefit to a publication  if its advertisers are' reminded that  their advertisements have been noticed  When calling upon or writing to any  of the advertisers of this publication  please mention the Record.   '  Office. Soy. 7075 "'     Res., Fair. .213SL  J. H. Healey  OPTOMETRIST     '  Glasses  fitted   for the  relief of all  kinds    of    eye    strain    and    nervous  headache.  825 Birks Bldg-. Vancouver, B. C.  WE  GALVANIZE  EVERYTHING BY  HOT PBOCESS  T. WATT  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  Established 1H13  , W« Manufacture  ORNAMENTAL IRON, LIGHT STRUCTURAL STEEL, IRON  STAIRS, FIRE ESCAPES, WROUGHT IRON GATES,  ■y)    :   J FENCES, CANOPIES  ,  Everything in Builders' Ironwork  Designs iind  Prices on  Application '•  Office and Works, 225 Fifth Avenue West  Fairmont; 971 Vancouver, B. C.  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS Of  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE TITTINSS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER  IN6 and KALSOMINING    .*  S(|. 8765      Sey. 8166  1065 Dunsmuir St.  E.A.  *^-*-~*TS7.-t2£     -v-.-l  I  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  WESTMINSTER THEATRE  TO BE REMODELLED  Architect Edwardes Sproat, 303  Duncan Bldg., is preparing plans for  alterations and additions to the Royal   Theatre,   New   Westminster. .'■"  The alterations consist of a new-  sloping floor and operating booth, en-  largement of the seating capacity,  removing floor above r the present  premises, new emergency exits, heating and electrical systems, and redecorating   the   theatre   throughout.  Tenders for this work will be asked  for from selected contractors -in  about a week. '  BUNGALOWS  AT  HASTINGS  TOWNSITE TO  COST $30,000  A block of Bungalows, eight in number, commanding a ■'■•■view of Burrard  Inlet, each distinctive in plan and design is' to be erected on Sloca'n and  Ttinity streets for bv. P. J. Nickolsoh  of this city. :"..'■.  A contract has been awarded to Mr.  John P. Morris, contractor, 847! Davie  Street' for the erection of these new  homes and work on two have-already  been commenced. Plans were prepared by Archit'e'cit'-Wahklin^'Cross', Credit  -Pqnciet Building; #The; estimated* cost  'when completed is $30,000. ,;'i  Mr. Morris has bohtra'cts for several  other homes to be' erected- in various  parts of the city* plans of which were  also prepared by Mr. Cross.  .   Notice   to  Contractors.  The SOUTH" VANCOUVER BOARD  OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES is desirous of  obt.'iininK tenders for the following  work:  (1) Erection and completion of a  two-roomed . frame annex to  Richard   McBride   School.  (2) .Eection ' and completion of a  four-roomed frame annex to Sir  Alexander  Mackenzie School.  Plans and specifications may bo'seen  rind form of tender obtained on application" to the Secretary. Municipal Hall.  South  Vancouver.      .   . '■  • Tenders are to be sealed, marked  "Tender for School Buildmtr."..-enclosed  with a marked cheque enua.l to ten per  cent", of tender, and delivered to the  Secretary, not later than twelve noon.  Satvirdav. June 21st, 1910.  The   Board  does  not. bind itself to accept the lowest or ,any; tender.    ■   ' <  .:    J. A. BT.-VTR.  .... Secretary.  CEMENT  AND  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Scott & Clark  1042 Howe St. Sey. 2571—6326-L  Campbell & Grill  Established  1905  Roof ins Con tractors  METAE   WINDOWS—rZRE   DOORS—SMOKE-STACKS—HOT-AIB  FURNACE—VEHTILATINO    PANS-BIOW    PIPING—  8KYLIOHTS—GENERAL   JOBBING  1238 Seyinour St.  Vancouver, 3.  C.  Seymour 2981  I  Classified Advertising  Record Readers are, as" a rule, business  and professional men who have the  money to buy something trood if they  desire it. Jf vou have something {,'ood  to sell let the Record readers know  /about it. The average- purchasing  power of the Record reader is greater than that of any other publication,  in   Brtish  Columbia.  AUDITORS  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tenders addressed Mrs.- TTume. secretary-RichmondSchool Trilstees, Eburne,  B. C, will be received up to June .1.7,  19] 9, for the erection and completion of  a frame school building to "be erected at  Garden   City.  Tenders^are to he enclosed with a  marked ch'eque equal to 5 per. cent. ..of  the amount of tender.  The trustees do not bind themselves  to accept the"lowest or any tender.     : -  Particulars may be obtained" at the  office   of   thi*   ""rt'-'-sirned. '; . ■-  . -JOSEPH   H.    BOWMAN,  '..'■-• -. .-. Architect.  716   Yorkshire  Bldg.,   Vancouver.:; B.C.  Consulting and- Cost Accountant.  Office work handled for small businesses.    Private, tuition  in Accountancy.   "  K.-'O.   BOLTON,   A.C.A.   (Enff.)  107 Yorkshire  Bldgr. Sey.  1166  .  BRICK BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  KiSns, Furnaces and Boilers  A   Specialty  Estimates given - Distance no obstacle  ADAM  J/\GK  Highland   728 2020 Dundas St.  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  , Alterations and Repairs, Carpenter  and Cabinet Work. Office and Store Fittings,   Steering   Wheels   for   ships.        .-■  J.   R.   B.   WIIiSON  CO.,   MB.  Sey.  3761 562  Cambie  St.  Factories,      Houses      and   ,   ';.'.  Garages    Repaired.      General  Carpenter   and   Construction  Work.  JOHN   P.   MORRIS  Sey. 3418  1033 Granvlll* St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phon* Say. 136.  Raa. Bay. 77  E. E. Elliott  S. J. Trickajr  Central Sheet  Metal Works  SHEET,   COPPER,  BRASS  and  IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151 y2 Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  START   WORK    IMMEDIATELY  ON   THREE   NEW   RESIDENCES  Work will start immediately by the  Vernon Construction Co., 431 Richards St., on a $5,800 home to te erected in Magee for Mr. Henry W. Scho-  fipld. The new home will be of  Colonial design, containing 8 rooms,  three fire-places, hardwood floors, hot  air heating,  etc.  .  Plans  for  a  new 5-room  bungalow  to be erected on 12th Ave. West near  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  • Sealed-'-Tenders -addressed—to^;the undersigned, and ..'endorsed "Tender for  protective works at Nicomen 'Island,- B.  C.,".,will be; received at this office until  12 o'clock noon, V Wednesday,-June IS,  193 9, ,for the construction of a dam.  embankment and three groynes at Nico-:  men Island, ' Fraser River, District ot  New Westminster, B. ■C."  Plans   and   forms   of   contract   can   be  seen and specification and  forms of ten-  Sey. S31 Evenings  847 Eavie St.  EXTENSION  LADDERS  See us for good reliable ladder's 24 ft.  to -10 ftl in stock. Swing stages made  :o order. . '.:■!■■<.• .-  •■    ■ .. y  AI.EBXOHT X. ADDER CO.  Say. 1778 Bear 833 Hornby Bt.  MACHINERY  '■- Ag»nt* Tot  Xylite   Oraaaa   and   Perfaction   Olla  Skookum  I>ogging  Block  4-72   in.   by   1£   ft.-boilers ,160.   lbs   2   Coal  dryers  suitable  for fish.  All  sizes of cab'le  in   stock;  T.  A.  WALSH fc  CO. :  7 Alexander St. Say. 4738  Pacific Roofing Co., Ltd,  MANUFACTURERS OF  ASPHALT READY  ROOFING  General  Roofing Contractors  SEYMOUR  1186 INDUSTRIAL ISLAND VANCOUVER, 6. C.  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phon* Seymour 7155 1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  •Boats   of   all   sizes   for   sale.     Tugs.  Scows and  launches  for. hire. . Saw and  . . .   .      .     .   .. .     „ . .   ,,    i Shingle Mill  Machinery for sale.  der obtained, at  this Department,  at  the MACO'XIiIS & MOBAW  offices  of  tl^e District Engineers at Vic-   im Oeorgia St. W. Bay. 8439 I..  tona,   B.   C;   New. Westminster,   B. C:' ■■-■•■ -■■■-■  and at the Post Offices, Vancouver, B.rC.,  and Deroche, B. C.  Hoisting  engines,   locomotives,   lathes,.  r-,     , ...       .   . - ,       j        ,       i wire, rope,  rails,  oars,   machinery  of all  Tenders will  not be considered  unless   kin(3S  WATIOWAX.  XACBaKEBT   CO.  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with conditions contained  therein.  Bach 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.c. 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  Gilley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  935 Main St.  Sey. 600  n.i,   Qf    (._„   Ar„ ■-c%.Aj   T->«i„^r,t„„    4.„   tllis   Department, by   depositing   an   ac-  Oak  St.   for  Mr.  Fred   Delamater,   to  cepted bank cheque for ths; sum of f20,  cost  $3,200,   are  also   under  way   and   R*-!^16,,1? ^he order of the Minister 6f  Public   Works,   which   will   be   returned  work    will    be    started    in    about    a   i*' the intending bidder submit a regular  bid.  By order.  Used   Machinery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and   Sold.  3. C. EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.  Bank of Ottawa Bid?. Sey. 9040  See   Us "  For All Kinds of Machinery  WEIB  UACHINEBT   CO.   LTD.  1396 Eichards  St. Sey. 7442-7443  STENOGRAPHERS  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - 6RAVEL  All Kinds of Building Material  902  Columbia Street West  Phone 15 and 16 New Westminster, B.C.  week.  Construction   will  also   start  inline-  P..   C.   DESROCHERS,  Sccrptary  diately   on   a   5-room   bungalow   to   be   Department  of   Public   Works, "'     .'  erected  on 10th Ave. near Crown St.. j     Ottawa, May 13, i<n9.  Point Grey for Mr. H-ewitt  Fairview Sand & Gravel  Company, Ltd.  PROMPT DELI VERY.  THREE   BUNGALOWS   PLANNED  FOR   KITSILANO   DISTRICT  Plans for a housing scheme consisting of three modern bungalows to be  erected on the corner of 18th Ave. and  Stevens street." Kitsilano, are under  way in the offices of architect Fred.  L.. Townley, 325  Homer street.  S«  NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS.  Soldiers' Housing" South Vancouver.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender  for Soldiers* Mouse" will be received  by the. Hon. the ,AIinister of Public  Works   up   to   12 .o'clock   noon   of   W'ed-  Expert Typewriting- of every'description  Mimeographing,    Multigi-aphiny,  Translations.        Stenographers   Supplied  CENTRAL PUBLIC STEITOOKAEFEBS  Sey.   5078 414  Dominion  Bid?.  STORAGE & TRANSFER  ————— — ' —; • —n   Baggage,'   furniture   arid   frejght   moved  and   stored.     Trunks   crated   and   household   goods   packed   for   shipment.  STASSABS   TRANSFER   &   STORAGE  .   COBEFA3T7  419  Cordova St. W. Sey. 303  TRUCKS  „, , , ... ^ ! net-day.  July  lind.   1019.   for  the  erection  These modern homes will be erected  of   a   five-room   bungalow,   on   Windsor  Specialist   in   Cement   Work  ED.   HUGGINS  •PLAIHT   AND    OEHAMEHTAL  PLASTEEER  Bay.   253S-R.  for Mr. F. G. Evans of this city, who  has appointed' G\; M. Cham,pion, 4350  14th Ave. west to supervise the work  of construction. Work has Just been  started on one of the new bungalows,  and the remaining two wi'.l be' started  just as soon as the present one under  construction is completed.  The new homes will have six rooms  each, hardwood floors, built in fixtures,  PITCHFORD-KADLEC  1 ENGRAVING CO.f  Street.   District   Block   063.   S^uth. Van  cqiu'-er. .'Muit-icipality'.     / ';l'"       '•  .'Specification^, .•etc.,. may   now   be ySeen  fit "'the  ofiice> o% thii'.Oovern merit   Afrent.  Vancouver  Court'■ ■X-Jo^t'.se.  or  the   Depart-',  men't'of -Public   Works,'   Victoria.  T'.;-. c£  The   lowest  orvany- tender   not "necessarily  'accepted.  ...... A.-...-H:.-li'O REM AN,..• .-,:  ' ■public" AVorlcs' Engineer."  Public Works l-epartmenf  Victoria,   B.   C,   June   12th   .1919.  FOR S-AI.E— One-ton McLauphlln in  A-l Condition, cheap for cash. One and  half tort Albion, just overhauled.. Also  other   used   trucks.  ; UNITED  MOTOR  AGENCY  OP JB. O.  Sey.  7076 940  Richards  8t.  We supply standard truck, bodies on  short' notice, or build to suit individual,  requirements. All we need In an idea  of what vou want. We do the (rest.  TTJPPER & STEBt.  -;• ' -' " "The Traok Specialirta" ;  Bft7View 138 1669 T^ljrd Ave, W.  ■ ?? 'I   ." WELDING     iT':!-'  3528   Third   Ave.  "W.   ■. _l  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9-00  PRICES 20c-30c  ^ILLUSTRATING ^ ENGRAVING   ^  DES'IG'NING.    COLOR WORK  PHONE SEV^501. 4-45 RICHARD5 ST.  VANCOUVER,B.C  R. J. F. Duthie  ACCOXTNTANT and AUDITOR  Books written up for small firms  Rates   Reasonable  Phone   Fairmont   2466-L  -NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS   '.,.•:  Sealed tenders, "superscribed "Tender  /or Lock-up at Vakh," will be received  by the Ilonorablo the;Mml8ter of Public  Works up to 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday,  the 2ith day of June, 191!), for the erection and completion of a Lock-up at  Vahk, in Electoral District of Cran-  brook,   B.   C.  Plans and specitlcatioris, etc., can now  be seen at the office«of J. Mahony,. ..Esti.,  Government Agent. Court House. Van-;  couver, or the Department of Public  Works. Victoria.  Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.  A.  E.   FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public   Works   Department,  Victoria.   B. C,  May   30.   1919.  • 'We Weld any metal part that Is  broken. We sell tested range boilers at  S9.00'each. ' -":  ARMSTRONGS WELDING   SHOP  1733 Main St. Pal*.  3369  |i-..„ ., "*!.'   "'.••. ,-. ':   y      <;  i  TELEPHONE DATA  For the past few days the telephone records have not been available, but  a complete list of new installations will be published as soon as possible.  f  Business  Paper  Advertising  v  ►:•  ♦  .;-  'S»  •t  *.-  -:♦  it,  •:♦  •3»  *  •I  t  i.  %  i  ■■■■-.■*  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  AGENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  and the  Kerosene Gas  '"   ''    ..    .*    _   _        '■■ ...."V;;,V',' :''   ""7\':   -'■.'"'.".'    .' ■■■;".'.   ;  Generator and Burner  For use irt  Regular Cook Stoves and Ranges  | The Buying Power per Sub-  f scriber   Represents   an   Inn-  * uitely Greater Sum than the  | Buying Power of Any Other  |  | Class of Publication, Because  J  f Each   Buyer   Purchases   for  j  \ Business and not for Private  |  | Consumption                 j  i :  i i  C. Bain, Manager  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 801  i  t  1  I  I  I  I  i  I  I  k

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