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 I  j ft)   2ir7  v if'  *—•',*  ^/;  1  1  I  1  -m  I  THE ONLY COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  A NEWBPAPSB DEVOTED TO GEHEBAI NEWS, BUIX-DIMTG,  CONTSAOTrWO,  EirCUNEEBtNO, FBOT32TCIAX,   CITT  AKD HAEBOE mPEOVEMUKTS.  VOL. XVI. No. 47  Published  Monday  Wednesday and Friday  VANCOUVER, B. C, MOpDAY, MARCH 31, 1919  /  Office and Plant  583 Homer-BiohardB  Lan«  PBICE—Per Tear in Advance    -    $1<M»  Per Month    -----      1.M  'HUi.11  Building Material  #,  *.■>.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550 Seymour St  The  Home Bank of Canada  Original Chart*- 1854  HEAD   OFFICE,   TOEOHTO  A general banking business transacted.  Branches and Correspondents in  all parts of Canada and throughout the world.  Vancouver Branch,  ,   446   Hasting*   St.   W.  J.   7.  laacDONALD,  Manager  DOMINION  Pressed _F_» R | CT1C Common  Gabriola Shale Products, Limited  Vancouver Office  425 Standard Bank Bldg.  Phone Sey. 8057  J.T.A. Ritchie, Representative  UILDINO   PERMITS   AMOOTfTIKO   TO   $500  OB   OVEB  ISSUED  AT  THE  VANCOUVER  CITY KAX.I* TB8TB»DAY  Number    DceorlpUoa   Cost  995S—Alterations    - .$'3,000  ■9959—Alterations $550  9960—Alterations $5,000  9964—Alterations ..$750  99C6—Remodel Bldg .....$900  9968—Dwelling .....$1,000  Street Address  X>ot   and  Block  544 Shanghai St.  075 Granville St.  Foot Gore Ave. ..  733 Powell St. ......  5S7 7th VV.  .....  543   17th   W   .18—93  Subdivision  Architect  H.   ChoW  and Allan  —•' •    Johnston  301           ...... Owner  Contractor  Addx«M  S. J. Newitt ...  M. Yamada ...  H. A. Wiles ...  Owner   Owner  Address  Hong Duck Fong   R. C.  Purdy ■....'...   Vancouver Ice & Cold Storage Co......  Kitsilano Investment Co   H. Barker ..' ..;...........!   J. S.  Martin   ■'»■?■•  "i-t^a'  ■■■'-$$  .rfJS|C-.#,  If  ■"■$.  •fl  ■iff  i  -'i'i-  ••■$  I  ■■!  Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Phone 2988  Ft.ofColumbiaav  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  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  TIME SETMOI 154-  StMdard Bask  BaiWieg  nmim - wimipes  Lumber   Veneer    Panels.  Our Stock is the Mott Complete on the Pacific Co*»t  We aire also Sole   Agents   for   the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  <-'**'   and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richard. St. Vancourer, B. C.  •J*»;^i*5K-«S><-«&«><^i^<^4^*^^W»<-* f inion Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  S*le AaTe-nte In Canada For  ChlcaiJ^F^^V^atlc Toot Co.  Bovar   Riwsttng A Chipping   Hammers;   Little   Giant   Drills,  Elactrls Tools;   Rsck Drills;  Air Compressors;  Fuel Oil and Gas Engines.  Duntlsy  542 Ptrtir St f., fastswr I. C  Pkoti Sij. 10S5  X       BUILDING PERMITS       %  9961—Dr. W. :.P. Cog, garage.''2700  Main St., $125;  J. Corville, Contr.  99G3—C. Wong, balcony, 92 Pender  E., $100.  99G3—R. Ramall, garage, 1-100 Cotton Drive, S75.  9967—A. E. Lees, store, 133 Pender  E., $350;  II. A. Wiles, Contr.  TENDERS AREJNVITED FOR  CONSTRUCTION OF. DITCHES  Mr.- T>. 3f McGugan^ EnginoeV; .New  Westminster is-asking for tenders for  the construction of two ditches, one,  2 mile and 1 three mile. Notice of  tender appears on page 4.  branch.  ■'■-r-.lt is estimated that the funds now  sought to be: authorized by statute  will enable the cement construction at  Point Grey to be completed, and that  the University will be able to begin  its work next fall in its permanent  Quarters.  PORT  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  aassVssHM«aBSS«HMHKaB«MHnHBl  \. ;.-;;v-.««THOR?»:v,  Roller Bearing Drills -Close Quarter Piston Air Drills • Rivetting Hamners  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  --  High Speed Steel -Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 1-44 HOMER ST. 1*t\ot\e, Sey. 4100  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS TO  SUCCESSORS  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  LTD.  Phene Seymour 715S  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver; B. C.  COLD  STORAGE  PLANT  MAKES  EXTENSIVE   ALTERATIONS  Contiactor S. J. Newitt, 934 17th  Ave. W., has been awarded a contract  from the Vancouver Ice & Cold tor-  age Co. for extensive alterations and  remodelling of their plant at the foot  of Gore Ave. The improvements will  cost ?5,000.  London, Bnff.  Uoatraal  Winnipeg-  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  Robert W. Hunt & Co.,Ltd.  EMOINEERS  INSPECTION - TESTS - CONSULTATION  STEEL      CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES.     PIPE,      RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL/LUMBER, ETC.  Office and Laboratory  218 Standard Bank Bldg. Phone Seymour 2199  Raaidefit Inspectors at Large Manufacturing ConUri  CONTRACT   IS   AWARDED  FOR   GARAGE   BUILDING  Architect A. E. Henderson, Davis  Chambers building has awarded a contract to Mr. J. B. Arthur. 2002 Ontario  jj-f'.street for the construction of a one-  story brick garage building, 50x120  feet, to be erected on the corner of  Granville and 1-lelmcken streets. The  cost of the building will be approximately $15,000.  ROOTE AUTO TOP CO.  WILL ERECT NEW HOME  . Faced with uie obso'.ute neeesity-  for more accomodation and working  space in which to handle their increasing business the Roote Auto Top Co.  at present located on the corner of  Granville & Diake streets will start  work immediately on the cons-truction  of  a   new  buiU'ing   to  be  orecle.d   on  IMPROVEMENTS  t ADVISED BY A. D.   SWAN  | - OTTAWA—The report of A. D!  Ewan on Vancouxer harbor development was made public Saturday. Af-  £• r a thorough review rqi ■ the whole  Ifst-tutton. he,recommejftdii^iliaUtlxeN-foJc;  lowing undertakings are iiecessaTy and  should be commenced as soon as possible: .  1. A booming ground for timber j  should be provided in English Bay.        j  2. A timber export wharf provided (  in one or other of the alternative posi-i  tions  refered to here after. - '  3. A harbor terminal railway.  4. Provision for six new deep-water  berths or wharves at once.  5. Mechanical equipment provided  at the new government wharf and  other wharves when  constructed.  6. Equipment for non-inflammable  oil storage in some suitable site.  7. Provision of a fire tug, fitted  with powerful crane, which tug shall  be used as an auxiliary car ferry to  serve immediate needs to North Vancouver.  S. Provision of. dockage facilities  for passengers and other traffic In connection with the Canadian National  Railway.  9. Removal of present C. P. R.  bridge across the entrance of False  Creek at Kitsilano reserve, and if necessary construction of a new bridge  in a suitable location.  10. Provision of suitable landing  facilities at North Vancouver for auxiliary car ferry with railway connections.  11. Second Narrows bridge should  be constructed as part of the complete  scheme, if not immediately, at an early  date.  12. Drydock to be constructed by  government, if not aranged for by private interests, at early date.  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  --&,  »»AMsV  rove  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, ltd.  ralraont S39e aad 339T  ▼aa«OBT«r, 9.  Attention - Contractors  He who can build surpassing well, keeping within the set  limit of time and wage, is a credit to himself, an investment to.  his patron, a worthy member of the community.  Whether, you build anew or convert present frame building  into permanent, repair-free structure, use4     •  * TRUSCON DIAMOND  MESH LATH  Because Metal Lasts  TRUSSED CONCRETE STEEL COMPANY  of Canada, limited  Branch Sales Office -       -       -       -G      Vancouver, B. C7  X>. O. B&ZSOK,  Branch Manager  Phone Seymour 8067 .   .425 Standard Bank Bldg.  „£^J4jj^  m  '-'■•'•S.K^  m  m  Gil ley Bros., Lid.  =!,  DEALERS IN  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND • GRAVEL  All Kinds of Building Materia!  CITY   BRIDGES  NEED  PAINTING   THIS   YEAR  If he can induce the city council to  provide   the   necessary   finances.   City  Engineer   Fellowcs   plans   to   have   a  the corner or Howe and Pacific streets. \ sllraoicnt sum placed in the estimates  The   new   building   will   be   a   one- j thig       Ar w provide  for the  painting  f.0xl20'  Balfour, Guthrie & Co  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   W« cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars. :  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.     :  Wears  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  I SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  .yi..  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Say. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tecoma  VICTORIA  EELMONT   BUILDING  Tr-Uphon* S037  Phone 15 and 16  902  Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  story brick and  feet, and will  $7,000. Snider  Snider Bros. &  work.  tile structure,  cost     approximately  Bros.,    formerly    of  Brethour will   do  the  THE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING G0.,LTD.  Frfiilwork Contracts  Union   Depot    1916  Can.   Nortlmra   Rly.   Depot 1917  Calffary Armory   _ 191S  BO-tOond   Hlffh   Sonool .1918  Tran.uillo   Sanltorlnm   ..— 1918  Phone Westminster *73  Our stoam heated plant enables us  to lUiuml'iicturo V'uneer Work iwt un.v  suiiisan of the yutir.  "Wo are now ni;mufai:tui-lni? intsrlor  fUtliitrs £or the »<>\v li. C. Telev>hori«  Bulldiufi'u head otllce in Quarter Cut  Oak.  12B9—6th St., East Burnaby  UNIVERSITY TO GET  HALF MILLION  VICTORIA. B. C.—The government's proposed grant of ?"-00.000 for  University purposes came as a marked surprise. Thursday afternoon. The  grant will be conditional however,  upon the Dominion itovernment's  granting ?100.000 in addition to the  $00,000     contributed     by     the     Dom-  ye;ir to  of all the city bridges. Bridge paint-  ins, like many oilier things during the  last two or three years of the war,  was reduced to the absolute minimum.  In fact, for the last three years the  city has only done absolutely necessary protective painting to»both of the  big bridges over False Creek while  ether structures have been avowed to  go without entirely. This year it will  be necessary, in Mr. Fellowes' opinion.-to make up for the paint economy  practiced during the last few years  by   giving  all   the   city   bridges   most  We have just received a large shipment  common brick  a-a-o-Mi--a>-a-a->-M>-a —fa—     i      n  Can make prompt delivery  in any quantity  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street  (Continue!)   mi   Thkp   -J '  Seymour 4660  Reliable Electric  Company  J. SMTTE, Manag-ur  1f>2  Alexander St.___V_iricouver, B.C.  Tw*nt7 YenrB' Experience in all Brancnou  of Electrlonl "Work. Inopcction—Expert  Advice — Trouble Work—XnBtallinff — Be-  "WincUnjr—A.ll   Work   Guaranteed.  IUI  Westminster Iron Works  Office and Works Tenth Street  New Westminster, B. 0. ... Phone 53  I  B 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   780g  Subscription Kates  One month .......tl.00  Six   months : $5.00  Alt subscriptions are payable strictly i> arfva-ce  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  IN. G. Foster Limited  INTERIORi DECORATORS  Seymour 107S *<*& Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  OFFICIAX. ORGAN.  The British 'Columbia Record Is the  official •rgah 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 wise pledged to editorial support of any policy adrance4  by these societies, but maintains an absolutely independent position on all matters subject to editorial opinion.  extremely  unpopular  and   is   sure  to  raise a storm of criticism.  One  of  the  two   alternatives  is  to  make a substantial increase in the  tax rate as based on the realty values.  Last year the rate was 24 miles net  or 26.10 gross. In order to meet art-  estimated minimum increase in civic,  expenditure this year it will be necessary to raise the rate to at least 30  mills on the dollar, if the revenue is  to be raise off land values mainly.  TAX   INCREASE   IMMINENT  Consequent upon   the disallowment  by   the   provincial   legislature   of   the  business tax and occupancy tax clauses  in  the Vancouver  charter  amendment bill, and the obvious curtailment  of the city's powers of taxation, local  taxpayers   and   property   owners   will  have to face the decidedly unpopular  alternative of an increase in the taxes  this year.    Just how much of an  increase in the tax rate will be required  to make up the necessary revenue of  the city under the old conditions  to  which the city council will now have  to revert,  it is impossible as. yet to  say.    But one thing is certain.    The  city council faces one of two alternatives in raising city revenue by taxes  this year, and either course will prove  !  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  SIS l«e.St.  Sir. STII-lvJHt  The other alternative, and the one  which it is hinted in city hall circles  as being one most likely to be adopted,  is to increase the taxation on improvements by another 25 per cent, of their  assessed value.   Last year, when after  a   seven-year   trial,   the   council   was  forced to abandon the so-called "single   tax"   which   existed   here,   a   tax  was   placed on   improvements  to  the  extent of 25 per cent, of their assessed value.   It is believed that In order  to avoid placing any additional burden  on the already overburdened property  owner, an additional 25 per cent, will  have to be placed on all improvements,  thus bringing the taxation of improvements up to 50 per cent, of their value.  Such action would hit the owners of  down-town skyscrapers and large  apartment blocks pretty hard. But  a 30 mill rate on realty would hit  thousands of small property owners,  many of whom are already in arrears,  much harder.  POINT GREY PERMITS  2115—Annie S. Gould, dwelling, Balsam St., $3,000;  W. Gould, Contr.,  2116—B. Purkis, dwelling, 65th Aye.,  $1200.  2117—W.   Ingledew, garage,   Kerris-  dale, $200.  2118—C.   McLel.lan,   dwelling,   3Sth  Ave., $2200;  T. Legie, Contr.     .  2119—B.   Blumberg,   dwelling,   66th  Ave., $1,000.  ; 2120—Walter     Eldridge,     dwelling;  42nd Ave., $2,500.  2121—M. Godfrey, garage, 47th Ave.,  $150.  2122—H.   H.   Bishop,   dwelling,   Selkirk;  $100.  2123—J.  Ave., $100.  2124—R.  MORE   HOMES   NEEDED  IN   PRINCE   RUPERT  PRINCE RUPERT—A special meeting of the Board of Trade is being held  this week to devise ways and means  of encouraging building operations in  Prince Rupert. A definite construction programme is necessary as practically every house in Prince Rupert  today is occupied.  MINING  _»  The   Battery   For   Your   Car  PHILADELPHIA        Mnths  Price No Higher  We offer you a  wonderful hattery,  hacked by a straightforward  guarantee.  JARVIS  570 Richards  St.  sety  ELECTRIC CO.  Libera!  made for  battery.  allowance  your   old  Seymour 175  A.   MacRae,   garage,   35th  Karr,   dwelling,   21st   and  Tupper, $1,500.  The early bird gets the worm, provided he goes where the'worm is.  The  Niekle -Plate   mine  at  Hedley  has increased its working force!  The Kootenay Gold Exploration  Company, which operated the Granite-  Poorman mine, is expected shortly to  resume operations, says the Nelson  News. The company, which is composed of Spokane, Butte and' New  York mining men, has deposited $1,000  A business machine can run smooth- H1"  a Nelson  bank towards  paying of  A lot of    salesmen    have a    great  "spark," but their "timing gears" need  I adjusting.  ly only when you stay "on the level."  THE UNITED ELECTRIC  COMPANY, LTD.  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  wBIOn Are Light Carbons  601  Pender St. W., Vancouver  Let U8 quote you on your  requirements  100% Service.  Make a note of this:  local creditors and has offered to deposit $1,000 monthly until they are  paid off. J. J. Malone, of Nelson, is  liquidator of the old Kootenay Gold  Mining Company, which bonded the  mine to the Kootenay Gold Exploration  Company.  J. Hanbury & Co  LIMITED  W. H. Aldridge of New York City,  formerly of Trail, B. C., where for  years he was general manager for the  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.,  has accepted the position of president  j-oi the Texas Gulf Sulphur Co., which  has a mine, now nearing completion,  at Matagorda, Texas.  EXCAVATING  and '   ■   ■  GENERAL TEAMING  Horses for Sale  Fourth Ave. and Granville St.  Bay view 1076  GAS HEATING  The Latest  The Hector system now installed  in-a number of Vancouver Building's  is'a system...of radiators, automatically controlled by  thermostats.  In each radiator is a gas burner.  Started by throwing in an electric  switch. The heat travels through the  coils of the radiator and the gases  are drawn through a pipe by means  of an electric fan   in  the basement.  .This .system extracts every unit  of heat from the gas and enables  you to heat your house or building  as cheaply, as-with coal, with gas as  we now supply it at 75 cents a thousand   cubic   feet.  If" interested telephone onr Gas  Engineer., fj, -.-. .■■■■* •■.  :,    J *.vs{ $;;/?■•  ■■■  Vancouver Gas  Co.  Carrali and  Hasting*     _..  Phone Bey.  5000  Baynes & tiorle  General    Contractors  111 mi st upw.-mi  Edward Cox  General Contractor  CabfcMt Making  aav fill       ----- uf Makar St  Bamberton Cement  H.D.Rees    W.A.Kruse     W.C.Jenkins  the Electric Shop  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and  REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. CHRYSTAL & COMPANY  Carpantsrs and Contractors  Store; and Offico Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymoor 8551  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  c  R. V. WII^CH & CO., Limited  Vancouver and Victoria  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in British Columbia. The paper is  of excellent, uniform quality and of great  tensile strength. ;,'  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  Smith, Davidson & Wright, Limited  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Cntf F«c«f Nf. nsfstwr. I.C-  NEW WORK - CONTRACTS LET  THXJ   FOX.X.OWXITO   TA*I_B   SHOWS   8UZX.9ZVCM   OOBTZHS    18,000 _0»    OTZ»,    ©H_  WHICH ^CO^^^O*?01'    **  raraBWAT, OBOI WHICH COHT8AOTB HATH BBZH 3fcBT UV* COHSTBUCXIOH HOT YET BTABTED.  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  5M KttortVSt  StfSJV 1412  Harrison & Lamond  Industrial Engineers;  Siynsor 3535 "1 ficifie W?.  Hodgson, King & Marble  Contractors & Engineers  413 London Bide.  Srjmour 6506  G. Kilgreri  General Contractor  962 14th Ave.  Fairmont 946L  Onamctw  Tuberculosis  Clinic    ;.  Church   Commercial   Bldgs   Residences   Brick   Building   Residence       Residence   Powdered   Fuel   Plant   Residence   Two Story Brick  :-.  Residence   Residence   Dwelling   Liquid   Air   Plant   Residence  .'....„....  Electric   Smelting  Plant-  Remodelling-   bldgr.   Residence  Residence „....  Sheet  Metal  Plant ........;.  Residence   Residence      Mfg.   Bldg _   Dwelling   Garage   Remodelling    Brick   Bldg.   ......Oeat  .....'47';i3«     35,000   25,000  .each    4,000  '.'.'.'.'.'"7,666   .'$5,000   $39,000         8,000   $20,000  ...,....$10,000   ^$9000  .....:  $«,500  .......$25,000      $7,000   $8,700   ...$5;000        $5,000        $5,000   ....6500  .....     $5;200   ....$8,000  .......$ 20,0:00  . .......$5,200   $1.5,000  ........ $5,000   :.?7,000  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  929 Main St. Seymour 4878  NEW IDEA SHEET METAL  WORKS  CORinCE,  SKYX.IGKT,  SMOKESTACKS.     AUTO   WORK.  Anything in Sheet Metal and Rooting.  S. T. Scarlett, M_T.  7-57   Realty   St. Sey.   76-15  VANCOUVER  ItoomUon   .....................   ©was*  Pender Street   R«tary Clus  116» Georgia St...First Church ef Christ Set.  Kairview and Point Grey..University of B.  C.  Angus  Ave...:.::. Macaulay &  Nteslls  Seymour St   ..B. C Tel.  C:  2S7S  Alder Street. : A.  R.  McFarland  S.E. Cor. Maple* Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane  Powell   St.... ..:....;.. B.  C.  Sugar Refinery  Shaughnessy Heights   P.  W. Racey  92-98 Pender E..; Mrs. Chance Wonj Co.  Shaughnessy  Hgts.; Clarence  Wallace  Shauchnessy Heights;.Mrs. Ar. J. Creeden  1774   Kitchener........;.......... P;   G.   Loane  5th and Yukon Sts...L'Air Liquid Society  Shaughnessy   ...'. Frederick   Perkins  C. P. R.  Reser.ve....Tudhope Elec. Metals  202 Water St ..Maratrand Estate  1S55—16th   Ave.   W J.   J.   Forster  15th  &   Hemlock W.  Manson  Industrial Island!.Pac.  Sheet Metal Wks  1312   14th   Ave.   W..... "VV.   J.   Read  Shaughnessy....Mrs.   Alice   Brydone-.Iack  S66   Richards   St.... Coca-Cola   Co.  1312   14th   Ave.  W; W,   j;   Read  Granville & Helmcken....Mrs. Drummond  Ft. Gore Ave., Vane. Ice & Cold Stor. Co.  Howe   &  Pacific Roote  Auto  Top  Co.  lAtcb*.    j. A.  Benzie...  Contr.  , .. .Baynes  &_Horie  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bldg.  RUSH & READ  PLAIN      AND      ORNAMENTAL  PLASTERING    &    CEMENT   WORK  All Work Guaranteed.  Hay. 3370  Bay.  1.602-R  2306   Stephens  St.  Character   ..„ _  Cost  42-M ile   Intension    300,000  Government    Shed       Lining   Tunnel     250,000  Reconstruction       160,000  Nitrogen  Plant      125,000  Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,   etc   50,000  Railroad     1,000,000  Infirmary   and   Service   Bldg $151,236  Pulp  &  Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works       $60,000  Cold Storage & Cannery ,..$150,000  Twelve   Cottages    $19,000  Remodelling   Edison   Theatre $16,000  Remodelling Dom.  Bldg $6,000  Concentrator     $17,000  Coal   Tar  Products  Plant $100,000  Bridge      $16,000  Dockyards  Wharf   $52,924  JOHN ARNOT & SONS  SASH   and   DOORS—OmCE  FIXTTTRES  Bandsawiug and  Turning-, etc.  730   Semlin   Drive Highland   374  Matheson & DeGuerre  . Owners  Sharp   &  Thompson    S.   N.   McLeod  A.  E.  Henderson.. S. J.  Newitt  Owners .-.'..".' Adkison & Dill  Fred.   L.   Townley  Ionn   B.   Sterling  Fred   ly.   Townley G.   M.   Champion  Fuller Engineering Co..Can.   N.W.   Steel  Co.  Fas.   A.   Benzie S.  J.   Newitt  E. E. Blackmore  Edgar Wilson  James A. Benzie S. J. Newitt  Edwardes Sproat  S. J. Newitt  ':.i  G. Milne  Owners ;. ....S. J. Newitt  Fred  L. Townley. G.  M. Champion  Wm.   Mason   Rooke Cotton   Co.  Dalton & Eveleigh Stirling & Co.  Edwards  Sproat   W.   Gravel       S.    McDellan  Gardiner & Mercer..Dominion Const. Co.  !.l     Owner  James  A.   Benzie S.  J. Newitt  Pratt  &   Ross Dominion   Const.   Co.   '.     Owner  A. E.  Henderson   .J.  B.  Arthur   S.  J.   Newitt   Snider   Bros.  FhOBs S«yaaour 1878.  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Makers of  Switch Boards, P_aal Boards, StMl  CablBsts, etc.  Switches designed ans  built for any  spooial work,  41 Alexander St.  ▼aneonyer, B.C.  I  Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with wortnay blue prints f*r couatry  .     iastelUHons  .'     ' ' ■   G .    .  9U Dffft St SiytMsrS188  VANCOUVER, I C  ? *  I  BRIT.'SH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Location  _  Owner  Clinton      P.G.IC.    Railway  Victoria         Government  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North    Vancouver    Wallace   Shipyard  Lake   Buntzen.. Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain B.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   lies*  Mining   Co.  Princeton  to Copper Kit....!}.  C.  Copper Co.  Tranquille B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Stcveston Dom.   Government  Clayoquot Clayoquot Cold Stor. & Can. Go.  Squamish P.   G. E.  Rwy.  New   "Westminster Frank   Kerr  New  Westminster Can.   Bank  of  Com.  Bowen   Island W.  Tipping  Marpole .'. The   Barrett  Co..   Ltd.  Fairy   Creek Provincial  Government  Victoria  Dom.  Government  GRANDVIEW  SHEET  METAL  WORKS,   LIMITED  rUBNACES,    CORNICES,    SKYLIGHTS  and   GENERAL  JOBBING  IB85  Vcnables St.  High In nd  Ml  PILING."! POLES   t ■       ,,     "       -----  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length — any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Seymour 3998-3999  l  Arch  Contr.   Northern   Cotist.   Co.   R.   Moiioriilr   Carter,  Halls & Aldingr.-r   Hodgson iV  Kin),'  Owners       Owners  Owners             Owner   W.   P.   Tieniey  Public   Works   Dcpt Dominion   Con.   Co.       Owners  Public Works Dept Hodgson & King    Owners      Thos.   Carson  Gardiner & Mercer Sloan & Harrison  Gardiner & Mercer Robertson   Bros.   T. A.  Walsh & Co.   Dominion Const. Co. & Others  Public  Works  Dept Archie  McLean  Dom. Pub. W. Dept...McDonald & Watson  ESON'S  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL   CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • 8tb A»e. W. PayWew 2278  ■■:«->■  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 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  paint well. '  "HE KNOWS"  i      The chemist, who can analyze—he art ilea and says:  a  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.  WlffWWWfflHSBK :»ft,-:,i*,l£vP^^^S:,*^^;^^^ '  ^^s^.MM ">-*,...... *■>  ,,. ^*v-wi«5*S»  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  -: PAINT:-  is   our   business  "Wcarwcll"  our   brand  10%   Better 2f.% Cheaper  WEABWEIL PAINT STOSE  1063 Granville St. Sey. 3497  Plate, Sheet, Figured,  Wired,Art,PrEsm,  Colored, etc.  Wholesale  and   Retail  W.HOLT  4£G—436 Dufferin. St. Fairmont 1238  Bevelling  and  Slivering  Artistic Wire & Iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron Work and  all kinds of Wire Work.  112-16   Duft'erin   St.  Fair.   26 IS  Seymour Tke & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sols Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  BRADSTREET'S   WEEKLY   REPORT  MONTREAL. — Wholesale      trade  shows some improvement, retail trade  is   fair,   manufacturing  is   active' and  collections   are   good.     At  wholesale,  travelers'    orders    are , lighter    than  usual,   but   sorting   orders   are   good.  Staple    cotton    and    woolen     goods  promise to stay high,  raw materials,  labor,  freight  rates  and   other  items  being up.   There is talk of a big linen  plant   being   erected   to   manufacture  from Canadian flax, but  this season's  supplies must come from Europe, and  prices,  are   high.     Business   in   groceries    at   wholesale    has   improved.  Hardware shows steady demand, with  predictions of more activity as building increases.   Eggs have slumped and  potatoes  are  lower,  but  hay  is  very  firm.    Speculative  markets  in  stocks  and grain are higher.   Navigation will  open, early. '    ••■   .  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED 1886  730 Hastings St. W. .Vancouver  Telephone Seymour 7820*'.  PHOJTE  SEYMOUR 3825  PRINTERS  ■Printers, Engraving, Bookbinding, Account Books.:;:/;  . '\   ■  ... .        Publiahors  of jw w' ■ vxra:■:  Maine     »»d     Bn*la«*rin«:     K*oord,  ■ncc«ssf-l Foultrymaa    ^ *  TECHNICAL  The Mines Bldff.  PRESS^LTD,  -------4_6-Hqro«ir:-Bt.-  B.   C.   INCORPORATIONS.  During the past week certificates of  incorporation have been issued to the  following concerns:  Aitken Thomson Lumber and Shin-  (gle   Company.   Limited,   $15,000,   Van-  ' couver.   Anti-Fouling and Anti-Teredq,  Ltd., $150,000; Vancouver.   Associalecl  Timber   Exporters   of  British   Columbia, Ltd., $200,000;  Vancouver.    B. C.  and Overseas Trading Company, $50,-  000;   Vancouver.    Brown   Transportation    Company;    $20,000;     Vancouver.  Buscombe   Importing   Company,   Ltd.,  ■510,000;    Vancouver.     Delta    Lumber  Co., Ltd., $10,000; Vancouver. "Firview  Cattle. Company,  Ltd.,  $100,000;   Pen-  ticton.    Globe  Mining Company, Ltd.,  $250,000;  Vancouver.    Hamilton  Shingles, Ltd.. $100,000;  Arrowhead.    Jenkins Electrical Company, Ltd., $10,000,  Vancouver.      McElroy    Lumber Company, Ltd., $100,000; Vancouver.   Pacific   Roofing   Company,   Ltd.,   $50,000;  Vancouver.    Service Guild, Benevolent  Society, Vancouver.    Vancouver Stove  & Heater. Company, Ltd., $25,000; Vancouver. .'■'■'.,  GYMNASIUM PLANNED . -..-,,  • KERRISDALE.-—The Men's' Club of  the Kern'sdale Presbyterian Churchft  through Mr. Percy Martin, has started^  work on the idea ;of building "a community gymnasium in or; near the-  Wilson Road Park.  FOREIGN  TRADE  OPPORTUNITIES  Additional information regarding  these Inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary of the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to "The  Commercial Intelligence ranch of the  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa." '       '".  Correspondents are requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  asking for additional information. Re-  uest-for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and utate opportunity  number. The Bureau doen not furnish  credit ratings or assume responsibility  as to the standing of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should b. taken  in   all   oases.  I-ft-TEST   ENQTJXBIES.  The following Inquiries are the latest  received. Kor rapid perusal the reader  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 correspondence.  570. Wooden toys tea trays and tea  tables, leather goods.—A Liverpool  firm wishes to get into touch with firms  e xporting the above with a view to  securingf a purchasing agency for the  North of England territory.  573. Wooden handles.—A Liverpool  Ann asks to be placed in communication with exporters of axe, pick, hammer, hay fork' and brom handles, 'with  a view to purchasing 50 to 100 gross  lots of each.  574. Wire nails.—A Liverpool firm  is open to purchase the above in lots  of 50 to 100 tons.  575. Bolts    and    nuts.—A Liverpool  .firm   would  like  to   receive  offers   of;  galvanized barbed wire in 30 to 50 ton  lots.  578. Wooden doors.—A Liverpool  :firm asks to be placed in touch with  exporters of the above. K "":■;.  579. Asbestos roofing shingles, asbestos corrugated sheathing and building boards.—A Liverpool firm is interested in the above. •  592. Rubber goods.—An Englishman  now in London, who was formerly  manager of a large Petrograd rubber  factory, is anxious to get into touch  with Canadian manufacturers of overshoes and other rubber goods seeking  a market in Finland and Scandinavia,  and eventually in Russia.  .;-.■ 596. Wood-pulp.—A Leith firm, who  are large importers of raw materials  for papermaking, wish to secure the  .exclusive Scotch agency for easy  bleaching or soda or sulphite pulp, and  strong sulphite pulp, for a good Canadian mill with a view to business :ts  soon as conditions permit.  598. Wire.—A Glasgow firm wishes  to "hear from exporters of all kinds of  wire with a view to business as soon  as conditions permit.      ,   ' , ,    .  $ 599. Box snooks.-—A Glasgow rfirm  "wishes to be placed in touch- with exporters of the above with a view to  pusiness as soon as conditions permit.,  BUSINESS MEN  will find the  ORPHEUM CAPE  an ideal meeting place for the  Luncheon Hour. The Best of  Everything, Prompt Service,  Moderate Charges. Seating  capacity  250.  Opposite Orphean* Theatre  762 Granville Street  Jas. Dwyer, Proprietor & Chef  Prints Whilst You Wait  DEAPTINO All LnsTES  Paper,   Instruments and  Supplies  MOST  BODEEN  EQUIPMENT AOT)  OLDEST ESTABLISHED IS B. C.  B.C. CRAFTING & BLUE PRINT CO.  413 Granville St. Seymour 2789  Associated  with above  A. E. PENNICUICK  ENGINEER.  DESIGNER  Marine   and   Land   Machinery,   Jig's,  Tools  and  Labor Saving- Devices  BUNHflM  ■Cheating service  for  Owner  Builder  Architect  Provides  Heating   Satisfaction  C.A. DUNHAM COMPANY,Ltd.  Branch. Sales Office  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  D.   G.  BBISOlf,  Mgr.  Phone Sey. S057      425 Standard Bank Bldg-.  \  I  The Most Important Thing  in Automobile Repairing is the  know how. to overhaul and paint  cars, build bodies, wheels, etc.,  also small industrial tractors for  wharf and mill yard work.  We   Know   Hsw  HALL & WALLACE  573-5   Beatty   St. Sey.   930  | ARCHITECTS f  MMKbera of The Arehlteotnral Institute  •f British Colombia.  TAHCOVTIB  Ben_i«.  Jag.   A..   510  Hastinjra   W..... ...8*». SSH  B-ron  St GllUm.   509  Rlch-rda. . —  D.lton   A  Breleich.   <15   HMtlnas  W „..9e».    K2  G»rdtn«r. F.  O..  A Mercer,  ril  Or-_TU3» 8*j. WT2  HendenKia. A.   H.. «15 Hustings W.__ Se?.    13*  Honermtn.   *   Curtis.   ?5»   H_9tli»B  W._._ S«». 1921  Kmej,  James  W.,   3578 2nd At*.   W B«j. 7»!B  Matheson.   Robert   11..   5«»   BlehartJa Sey. 50SS  P-laer.  Bernard   C, . t30-Hastjna* .-W 9e». 8OT9  Purr tc MaoKeturie, TB8 GranTlIle....,  *5b*nj & Tbotajxon. 830 FoDder w!.  Townley. Fred-L., .135' Homer St.;...  Tvriaell,   K.   P.   8.,   »S7  H»fitlas»...'.....,  When you  "new" suit  help  pick your  - let "her"  . Sey. 7811  ... Srj.   1004   Saj>.  »»13  .......8*r.  T»25  TICTOKIA.  Hennel.  A.  R..   1816 St. Ixmis iH   Keith.   .1.   C.   M..   Sayw»rd   BkUc   Maclure.   Sam.   C'nion   Bank  Bid*   Hldroar-Witoan.   Lieut-Col    1171 H 1   _ 1420     2**S  .Beh»om   Home  BRICK CONTRACTOR  Chlmae;*, rir«pl*c*«; Ztc.  Jno. B. Sadtor  >-       ,.. Res. ;■  2tti 4ith Ave. W.    B»x 35. Kerrteiale  Phone Ibursa  208L.2.....,_   ,  pacincr sheet metal  v  WORKS,  Limited  Attention!. *•  Mr. Business Man  I am prepared to furnish  you the very best in tailored  suits  at -  $50 to $65  Frank M. Slowin  TAILOR  Sey. 2692 ■ j  ■5  Dominion  404-  Bldff.  FLOOR LAYERS  and  Manufacturers  B. C. Hardwood Floors Co.  Limited  2635 Granville St.  TO  ERECT $10,000 HALL  IN SOUTH VANCOUVER  SOUTH VANCOUVER—It is announced that the Memorial Hall building fund committee of (he local branch  of the G. W. V. A., will launch a campaign shortly to raise $10,000 for the  erection of a hall in honor of South  Vancouver men who gave up their  lives during the war. -  604. Baling   wire;—A- Glasgow  firm  wishes to receive offers of steel baling)  wire, No. 14 W.G; by 9 feet long, looped   one   end,   oiled   and   bagged   both  ends,   in  10-ton  lots,, with  a   view ' to j  business as soon as conditions permit.  608. Binder    twine.—An     Aberdeen.!  firm would like to hear from exporters j  of the above in a position to quote on  L0-ton lots.  ;^603. Agency.—A   Canadian   Commission house recently established in Barbados  will  cover all  the  West -Tndia ]  colonies   for   Canadian   manufacturers  who    commission them to    represent)  them.  613. Representation.-—An agent who j  knows  the trade  of the Departments  of the North of France well wishes to I  renresent Canadian firms. 5|  You will find, for example, that she will  recognize instantly the smarter lines and  finer tailoring which have set our clothes on  a higher style level.  Suits from  $25.00  up  Potts & Small  £XMXTBI>  Granville Street at Pender  SERVICE  CARS  TIRE  REPAIRS  Retreads,   plain   or  non - skids,   sections, etc.  Tires, Tubes  in slock..  AUTO  REPAIRS.  Engines overhauled,  valves ground,  brakes relined,  etc.  Oils and  greases  in stock.  r If ONE  SEV. 11S4.  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  636 DAVIE STREET VANCOUVER. B. C,  1 to 5 Tons  Fact Worth Considering  Firms who demand the most in motor truck  value arc operating FEDERAL TRUCKS in  Vancouver.     Such   firms   as   the   Hudson's  Bay    Co.,    Johnston    Storage    Co.,    Ltd.,  Mainland Transfer Co., Ltd., Turner's Dairy  Co.,    and    ninny    others    use    FEDERALS.  You can easily learn the reason why these  hif linns get such Satisfaction from  FEDERALS  FEDERAL MOTOR COMPANY  931-935   Pender    Street    West,    Vancouver  rHstrfrmtors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  PEARSON WIRE & IRON  WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKERS, WIRE WORKERS and WEAVERS  Nothing- too Large or too Small  If it's Iron or Wire we make it  CITY MARKET BUILDING  Phone your Inquiries to  FAIRMONT 2794  Vernon Construction  Company  CONTRACTORS   AND  BUILDERS  Garages   and   Repair   Work  We   specialize   in   small  Bungalows  Seymour   r.O.'iii -1.1-1    Rlohcrdu   St.  V4NCOTTVEB,  B.  C.  GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  (L Everything the name implies.  CLIf your problem is hauling, let us help you  solve it.  d. One, two and three-and-a-half ton capacities  all in stock here, with night and day service.  I  otor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Seymour 2S44-2S45 Granville at Pacific Vancouver  1 BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  JflKBEfi&SBSiaBS  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY &  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  S Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING9'  ARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  V. A. Jones, Mjr-. .  WHARF BUILDING,  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS.  ■■ ETC. :  Owners of Tug""CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 FrcatSt N2W Westminster  Telephone 1015    > ■■■■ ■■   |  *  *  +  t  iiXON&lJRRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOWCASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERM-CARPEXTER WORK  PAINTING. PAPER HANG-  Mfi »d KALS0MIN1NG  Sey. 8765      Sey.1766  1865 Dunsmuir St.  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  liberal attention's .by the men with the  brush and paint can. Not only will  the Granville street and Connaught  bridges need a thorough painting, but  the other smaller bridges and viaducts  throughout the city as well as the  city's steel bridges-across the Seymour  river on the pipe line road.  Fortunately for the taxpayers, but  perhaps unfortunately for the purveyors of paint, the city has a large, supply on hand. , A big stocl< of paint was  laid in some four years ago, when  paint prices were very much lower  than at present, and as a result the  city will not have to buy very much  if any, paint this year.  % MEETINGS t  j|, The Annual meeting of the 3  architectural Institute of Brit- 4  ish Columbia will be held at *  room 1019 Metropolitan building %  Friday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. '4  Election of officers and other 4  important business will be taken X  uf>— Come! T  "FLU" HOSPITAL NOT NEEDED  LONG  After having spent more than ?35,-  000 iii the erection and equipment of  ! temporary building as an  emergency  j hospital for the treatment of Spanish  j influenza patients, the board of directors  of  the  Vancouver General   Hospital has  decided to close the  emergency  hospital   up  after  it has been  in use less than four months.   The decrease in  the  number of "flu"   cases  during the ,.last few weeks has been  so marked that there is no longer any  necessity of keeping up  the  expense  involved in maintaining1 this hospital,  eveYi with a reduced staff.   The building will be closed at the end of the  present month, but held in readiness  for use should Vancouver experience  the unwelcome visitation of a "third  wave", of the  dreaded '"rlu," such  as  has been experienced in various parts  of Europe.  Medical authorities however, believe  that with the advent or warm weather  and the increased sanitary precautions observed here, that Vancouver  will not experience any very aecided  "third wave" of the malady.  SEALS,   STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,   METAL   CHECKS.   TIME   CHECKS.  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS   SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   AIL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 516 PENDER ST., W.  msmvsss  CITY  OF  VANCOUVER  Applications for the Position of  Building Inspector  Applications will lie received by the  undersigned up to Monday, March 31st,  1919, at noon, for the position of  Building Inspector for the City of  Vancouver.  WM.   McQUKRN.  City   Clerk.  City  Hall. Vancouver. B. C.  March   25th,   1319.  CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS—WESTERN LINES  Pacific District  SEALED  TENDERS addressed  to  the  undersigned   and   endorsed   "Tender   for  Grading,   BridtfiiLg    and     Culverts"   for  ♦he   construction   of   a   line   from   Kamloops      to     Kelowna,   15.   C.      including  branch   Vernon   to   Lumby.   will   be   received    at    this   office   until   12   o'clock  noon,   Tuesday,   15th. April.     Flans* Pre •  files,   specifications   and   form   of   tender  obtained   at    the   office    of    Mr.    T.    H.  White,     ChieT    Engineer.     Metropolitan  Building,     Vancouver,     B.   C.      Tenders  will   not   be  considered   unless   made   on  the form  supplied  by the  Railway  Company. and   accompanied   by   an   accepted  cheque  on  a chartered  bank  equal   to  2  per   cent,   of   the   value    of    (he    work,  payable   to   the   order  of   the   treasurer.  Canadian  National  Railways.    The  lowest   or   any   tender   not   necessarily   accepted. . .  •    '   M. H. MAOLKOD,  VicV>President.  No.  1   Toronto Street. Toronto.    . : . ,     :  Wright Bros.  M____n___p_H_M____BD__M__________B^_____M_l  -: ROOFERS:--  General Building  Repairs  Sey. 3315 511  Dunamulr St.  PHONE PAIR. 971  We Manufacture Light  Structural Iron  Work  We Galvanize Everything by Hot  Process  Classified Advertising  Record Headers are, as a rule, business  and professional men who have the  money to buy something good if they  desire it. If you have something good  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.  The Recox-d win be glad to publish  advertisements for positions wanted by  returned men in these columns free of  charge. ."  Ornamental  lr»n  Work,   Iran  Stairs,   Kire  Escapes  Kail  Gates,   Feu ecu,        Blaoks«ttu Work  Iron   and   Steel  Bars,   Iron   Work   for  Steel and Wooden Ships, Castings,  Pole  Line Hardware,   Pipe   Flanges,  etc!  T. WATT  225  IRON AND GALVANIZING WORKS  Sth   Avenue Wcait  Vancouver, B.C  AUDITORS  Campbell & Grill  Established  1905  Roof ing Contractors  METAL   WIS90VS—PIRE   DOORS—SMOKE-STACKS—HOT-AIB  PUBHACE- VENTILATING    JABS-3 LOW    PIPING—  8IYLIOHTS—GENERAL  JOBBING  1238 Seymour St.  Tancouver, B. C.  Seymour 2981  Consulting     and      Cost     Accountant.  Office   work   handled   for   small   businesses.     Private  tuition  in  Accountancy.  H.   O.   BOITON,   A.C.A.   (Eng.).  1C7  Torkchiro Bldg-. Sey. ^166  AUTO REPAIRS  SOLDIER   HOUSING   SCHEME  Notice to Contractors  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender  for Two Six-Room Bungalows" will be  received by the Honourable the Minister  of Public Works up-to 12 o'clock noon  of Friday., the VI th day of April. 1910.  for erection and completion of two six-  room bungalows on; Lots Sit,'34. Block 4.  and Lots 35, 3fi. Block 2. of Block 663.  South Vancouver Municipality.' off  Fraser Ave. and 47th and -l!).th Avenues.  Plans and specifications can now be  seen at the office of. Government Agent.  Court House, Vancouver, or Department  of Public Works. Victoria, 13. C. .    '  Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  A.  F„  FOREMAN.  Public Works Engineer.  ■Public Work's  Department. :  Victoria, B. C.. March 2Cth. 19T.I.  Are you thinking of having your ear  overhauled? If so see Simons the most  reliable man in the city. All work  guaranteed. Lathe work don*. Used  cars   bought  and  sold.  SIMONS GARAGH  1435 Kiagtmay Pair.  809  Night   Call:   Pair.   1008  COLLECTIONS  Collections, Adjustments everywhere,  Quick Action, Prompt Remittance, lnteli-  gent Service. Give. Us a Trial, No Collection, No.. Charge.  VANCOUVER    CREDIT   SERVICE  Sey.   858 615   Vancourer   Block  m  BRICK BUILDER and CONTRACTOR  Kilns, Furnaces and Boilers  A   Specialty  Estimates given • Distance no obstacle  ADAM  JACK  Highland   728 2021  Wall St.  CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS  1033 GranvlUe St.  Vancouvor. B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  He*. Bey. 77  An order was granted by Chief Justice  Hunter   Tuesday  for  permission  for the receiver of the Central Okana-  gan Lands Limited to expend the sum  of  $17,000   on   the   irrigation   ditches ,  near Kelowna.  S. J. Trlckey  E. E. Elliott  Central Sheet  Metal Works  SHEET,  COPPER,  BRASS  aad IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING   .   VENTILATING  PLUMBING    \[r  Phone Sey. 680      151 V$ Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.  O.  TENDERS   WANTED.  TO excavate and move 50,000 cubic  yards gravel and oil (more or less) at  our lake at Keith. Alberta. Five-eishts  yard Marian steam shovel for sale.  Apply to the Alberta Ice Co., Limited,  Caljrary,  Alberta.  TENDERS  Tenders for the construction of two  ditches, one being about three miles long-  and one about two miles Ion;?, will be  received by the undersigned up to noon  Dii the 5th day of April, 1919. Plans and  specifications may be seen at the office  'jf the Municipal Clerk, Agassiz, or'at  the oiHce of Burnett & MeGujcan,,'.Ne\v  Westminster, 13. C. A eertliled cheque  for 10 per cent, of the contract price  must accompany each tender, which will  ue returned to the unsuccessful tenderers, but will be held, in the case of the  successful tendered, as security for thei  uompletion of the contract. The lowest'  jr any  tender  not  necessarily  accepted.  D. J. McG-'tJG'VK',  Engineer,  Box  107, NEW  WESTMI5STEB,  B.  C.  J. R. Tacey & Son  EXHAUST   and   BLOW  PIPING  oar   Specialty  HeattagV Ventilating' onfl General  Bh&et-Metal "Work  Seymour  ltd 7 1 ICO   Seymour  St.  A  Vancouver Forge Co.  Limited  fORGINGS  •anamnHMHHMMMiMaM*  OF AUL DESCRIPTIONS  Ft.   Victoria   Drive  .      *I.lffhland   701  WAITED  S V V 72 K l X TKXDEN'T OF  C-'NSTIUT'TrO.V for the  Military Hospital KuildlriRS at  F..-5'iuimalt, H. C. at a salary of  J-00     per     month. Applicants  should be contractors, superintendents or architects accustomed  to supervislny  construction.  Applications by letter statin*-,'  if,X<- und qualifications must rench  flu- Seen tary of the Civil Service  Commission, Ottawa, not later  than April 1"th. Returned soldier  applicants should furnish a certified copy of their discharge certi-  licatew.  By ordor of the Commission.  Ottawa.   March  22nd.   1919.  VV".  KORAN, Secretary.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS     ;  COMOX DISTRICT—Highway Bridge  over   the   Salmon   River   a*   Sachi  Crossing,  distant about  Four  Miles  ':;   up-stre_m   from    the    Salmon    Bay  Wriarf, Johnstone Strait ,Vancouver  Island, B. C. .■;-.,^^,-Ljy^v'L.._ '  Separate  Sealed  Tenders,, endorsed  as above, will be received at the Department of Provincial Public Works,  Victoria, B. C., up to noon bf April 1st  next, for the erection and completion  of "a bridge over the Salmon River.  Drawings, specifications, forms of  contract and tender may be seen in  Room 7 East Wing, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C; in the office  of the District Engineer, Court-house.  Vancouver, B. C., and in the Government Agent's Office, Cumberland, B.  C, on and after the 10th Instant.  Tenders must be accompanied by an  accepted bank cheque or certificate of  deposit, made payable to the Honorable the Minister of Public Worlds, for  a.sum equal to ten (10) per cent, of  the tender as security for the due fulfilment of the contract, 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 tender-  ; ors will be returned to them upon the  | execution of the contract.  i Tenders ,wiii not be considered un-  ile.ss made out on the forms supplied  ajid signed with the actual signature  ,of the tenderers.  Alterations   and   .flepairtv   Carpenter  and Cabinet Work, Office and Store Fittings.   Steering   Wheels   for   ships.  J.   B.   B.  WILSON  CO-   LT3.  Sey.  2761 503 . Gamble  St.  Factories.      Houses   , and  Garages   Repaired.     General  Carpenter   and   Construction   Work.  JOHN   P.   MORRIS  Soy. 3418  ..■■'...'■."•  Sey.    931 Evening'! 943   Dari*   St.  ROOFING  and  PAVING  MATERIALS  The  ~Y  Company  LIMITED  VANCOUVER OFFFiCE and FACTORY  Cor. Tenth Ave. & Arbutus St.  COAL  TAR  PRODUCTS  EXTENSION  LADDERS  See us for good reliable ladders 21 ft-  to 40 ft. in stock. Swing stages.made  to order..  AILBIQHT LASSKB CO.  Sey. 1778 ^        »»ar 83S Hornby, St.  MACHINERY  Agvatm  Tot ■        .  '   ZyUts   ChrMM   and  Perfection   Oils  Bkookum  lagging  Bloci  .4-72   in.   by   18   ft.   boilers   HO   lbs.  ' . .2   Coal  dryers 6-ltable  for flan.  All  sizea  of cable   in  stock.  T. A.  WAX.SK *  CO   7 Alexander St. \ Sey. 4738  Pacific Roof ing Co., Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS OF  ASPHALT READY   ROOFING  General  Roofing Contractors  SEYMOUR 1186 INDUSTRIAL ISLAND VANCOUVER, B C.  >V> hare a full machine shop equipment,  lathes,    drill   preasen.    milling   machine,  taps and dies, emery stands, etc.  1—8x8   Air   Compressor,   40   H.P:   Motor  3   turret lathe*.  C. O. WE800TT  57-61 Alexander St. Sey. 7006  Return tubular boilers, engines, planers, sellers, roller band reuaws, pipe, and  pipe fittings, belting, lumber trucks and  a large stock of transmission machinery.  SAWMILL MACHINBBy CO. X-TMCITED  1004 Iffainland  St. Sey.  4633  Pumps and Pumping- Plants of every  description bought and sold or rented  eut.    All  pump  supplies a:id  repairs.  PTXLTPS St POWEB LIMITED  216-24   Abbott   St. Seymour  8110  Boats   of   all    sizes    for   nale.      Tugs.  Scows and  launches  for hire.     Saw  and  Shingle  Mill Machinery  for sale.  MACOII.I.T3 * MOB AST  1789 Greorgia St. W. Sey. 8439 I.,  570 Blcharde St.  Light and Power  Motor Repairs  ,       Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company. Ltd.  'Phone   Seymour   175  t§^<IW>*St^«^*wfc^J.)£.»«^MJ^4,^.^  =     <3»  Hoisting engines, locomotlTes: lathes,  wire rope, rails, cars, machinery of all  kinds. i '■'■''  HATIOKAI.   MACKXHTERY   CO.  §25 Main St. Soy. 600  COPPERSMITHS  Marine and General  THE   CITY   WELDEBy  Cor.  Alexander  and "Heatley   Avenue  Phone  Highland   2009  CEMENT CONTRACTOR  All Kinds of Cement "Work  Scott & Clark  1042 Hove St. Sey. 2571—6826-Zi  A.  S. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Provincial  Public  Works,  Victoria.  B.C..  March  6th, 1910.  More sales are lost because salesmen don't know about products than  because, buyers don't know about them.  MAIN ELECTRIC  GEUERAI.   BEPAIBS— ARMATUBE'  "WINDING — SWITCH30ARDS       ■  INSTALLATIONS  201 Alexander St.  Seymour 385G'  Specialists in Sawmills. Shingle Mills,  Wood and Iron WorkinK Machinery and  Transmission. l.arfTe Stock on hand.  JOHN A. THOMSON MACHXirETtT CO.  202 Pacific  Bide-: S«y.  8287  Usea   JHachiiiery   of   All   Kinds   Bought  and   Sold.  B. C. EQtrrPMBNT CO., LTD.  Bank of Ottawa Eld?- B«y. 9040  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co  AGENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  See- Us  For .All Kinds of Machinery ..  TTKXIt  MACaiNKRTT   CO.   LTD.  1398 Itlclxarda  St. Sey. 7448-7443  ~~ STENOGRAPHERS  t  i  *  |S,  and the  IN L) WAY  OSSBBBBBSHESa  Kxpert Typewriting of every description   &,  M imeoi.'raphini,'.    Multiiirapblns,'. j ,j,  T rai i :-i I a t io ns S t e n o ir ra ri h f> r.«t   S u n n 11 cd I /.  CENTRAL PUBLIC STENOaRAHPERS j <$.  Sey.   C078 414  Dominion  Bids'.       •<•  t  Y  i  t  STORAGE & TRANSFER  BnKga^e,   furniture   and   freight   moved  and   stored. ■■.-Trunks   crated   and   household   {ioods   packed   for  .shipment.  STANDARD   TE&NSJBa   &   STORAGE  COIdPANT  419 Cordova St.  "W. Sey. 303  TRUCKS  FOR   SAUE—One-ton   McLauRhlln  A-l condition, cheap  for cash,  half  ton  Albion,  just  overhauled.     Alwv  other   used   trucks.  UNITED  MOTOR  AOENCT  OP  B.  U.  Boy.  7076 940   Richards   St.  Kerosene  Generator and Burner  For use in  iKhlln   in It  One and   J  Regular Cook Stoves and Ranges  PAINT AGE  Three Shows Daily  2.3© - 7-00- 9.00  PRICES 20c « 30c  TELEPHONE DATA  WBVT INSTALLATIONS  MARCH 26,  1919. Tf. ,,,  Stewart Hardware Co.,  187 0 Powell  tn^n-  CHANGES.  lfil  MARCH 26,  1919. t t /    „   ,  Hemphill's Trade School, lfi Hast. K.  to SK,  Main   New Centtirv Produce Co., 408  Main  to 77;.  Georgia K  ....Sey.  f.'i'JO  ..HiKh. 2o:tr>  G. W. ROBINSON  CARPENTER onfl BUILDER  aluo  Cabinet  Maker  Upholutorlng  2236 OaxaMs Street  Ofiloe, Sey. 7075  j. n.  Reo.,  Fair. 21381,  Healey  OPTOMETRIST  Glasses  fitted  for  th«  relVef  of all  kinds    of    eye    strain    antl    nervous  headache.  BBS Blxko Bldjf. Vanconver, B. C.  _J  We supply standard truck bodies, on  Bhort notice, or build to suit individual  requirements. All we need Ih an idea  of what you want. We do the rest.  TUPPEB & STEEL  "The Truck Specialista"  Bayvlow 138 16G9 Third Ave. W.  WELDING  C. Bain,  Manager  7B7 ROBSGN ST.  SEYMOUR 801  We Weld any meKil part that Is  broken. We sell tested range hollers at  $9.00 each.  ARMSTRONG'S   WELDING   SHOP  1733 Main St. Pair. 33G9  Percy F. Letts  ELECTRICAL    ENGINEER  and   CONTRACTOR  Hlgn-Clans   Electrical   Work  and   Fixtures  Bay.   441 2044   Granville  St.  .3,  *  •Si  i  t  V  «2»  ri*  *»*  t  ,S|  *  ■ V  ,i.  t  I  fr^.'s&*<&*&~}-4>*>i>''r<fr*t«M

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