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 7-V?-  %  Pi»  f  'vl  U  I  I  1  p  An  I  p  m  St?  if  i  1  I  I  H'  m  19U'  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  j| pStagrmiusi  Vol.  15,   No   66,   Friday,   Nov.  22,   1918  MANTELS, GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL ASSORTED STOCK.  OUR.PRICES ARE RIGHT  Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marble Work.  STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  . O'Neil Co., Limited  BUILDING   MATERIAL  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-550 Seymour St.  fate Accounted  of '      -  ACCOUNT if he has a bank  ACCOUNT. No account Is too  small, to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  '';   Tlie  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver  Branch,  446   Hastings   St.   W.  J.   P.   l.IacD'ONAZ.D,   Manager-  ALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars-Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan *& MclKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. Hiehland 1573  VANCOUVER, B.C. nigniana  157J  '.UII.DII«ra   FEBMZTS   AMOUNTING   TO   S500   OB   OVEB  ISBUEB   AT   THE   VA.KTCOUVEH   CXTTT KAII   YESTEKDAT  Number  DescrJiJtion  Cost   street  Address  Irdt   and  Block  *)G!)7—-Pipe  shed  &  blacksmith $920  0C98—-Alterations .......  $900  industrial   Island  ill7   Broadway  ....  Subdivision  Architect  Contractor  Address  Owner  Address  Pacific  Construction  Co.  .   J. Malloy .;   Roofing, Building  Papers, etc.  Building Partition  and Drain Tile  L'JMBIA AV  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coa»t  We are also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richardi St. Vancouver, B. C.  Clayburn Firebrick,   Special  Shaped Firebrick, Pressed  Brick, etc.  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforced Steel, H yd rated  Lime, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  .... o    ■  Power   Installations  General Electrical Construction  •PHOHE SEYMOUR  1145  Standard Bank Building  VANCOUVER  -  WINNIPEG  J  *■,*,**£*%**&*♦**'  T  *5> *•*-*£* %**5: •*•*£'*".-*£* -.**£'*.*<i? *■*•*£'-i**£.'-  BUILDING PERMITS       I  garage,   164S   Al-  9696—J.   Palmer,  jberni  St.;   $75.  9699—G.   H.   Knowling,  1933  Broadway  W.;  $125.  THE HGLDEIN CO., Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES "Z;.  Sole Agents in Canada Por  ■;.: Chicago Pneumatic Too! Co.   .-^  Boyer  Riveting  & ChlppThV"-Hammered  -,'" Electric Tools;   Rock  Drills;   Air Compressor!;       •--   !■  Fuel  Oil  and  Gas  Engines.  MpitrM., Tofoata  WioaipeE  542 Pender St. W.. Vancauver B. C,  ,    Phone Sey. 1065  ■workshop,  meeting of tlie city council. The bylaw is to be brought doy/n at the request ol! the school board, and if it  passes the council, will be submitted  to the ratepayers for. ratification'-at  the coming January elections.  FRANK DARLBNG & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  ASK TENDERS FOR HOSE.  The park board, at its meeting on  Wednesday afternoon, decided to call  for tenders for 5.00 feet of ;,li-inch  hose to be purchased at the beginning  of the year. Tenders are" to be sent  to Park Supt. Rawlings.  WANT  "PACKING   CASES.    ";   "r  The   Dominion    Products,    Limited,  1522 Standard Bank Building, are ask-  CITY NEEDS $340,C00 MORE.  Finding that it needed just $340,000  more to finance civic operations for  the balance of the year and leave a  little to start the next year on, the  city council at its meeting Tuesday  passed a by-law authorizing the borrowing of that sum from the city's  bankers. This $340,000 is in additioo  ,to:t\vo previous loans against current  and tax arrears .amounting to" $2,-100,-  000 so far this 3'ear.  66  TI-IOR  5»  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills-Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel—Drills--Reamers,  Complete  Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  irowit. Fraser& Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT^ & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, .Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  1150 Homer Street  Phone Seymour 7155  Vancouver, B. C.  I ling for tenders for the manufacture of  | packing cases, the specifications for  { which may be obtained at their office.  j Xctice of tender appears on page 4.  TENDERS ARE  INVITED  FOR TWELVE COTTAGES  Tenders are being asked for by the  Honourable the Minister of Railways  for the erection and completion of  twelve cottages at Sipiamish for the  Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company. Notice of tenVers appears on  page  4.  London, Eng-.  Montreal  "Winnipeg-  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION -- TESTS - CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  •      MATERIAL,   LUMBER,  ETC.  Office, 1601 Standard Sank Bldg.  Phone Seymour 2199  508 Hasttng-B W., Vancouver, B. C. "  C«ruent Testing- Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing- laboratory, Room Bl  Renident In»p; cto •« at Largo Manufacturing Centers  SEWER   EXTENSION   TO  BE DONE BY DAY LABOR  At a meeting of the Vancouver and  Districts Joint Sewerage Board held  yesterday morning, it was decided that  the tenders for the Bridge Street sewer extension were too high and that  the work would be carried out by day  labor. The work comprises approximately 1M00 feet of -I feet and 1500  feet of 5 feet concrete sewer.  BIG   PLANT  NOW   BEING  BUILT AT BEAVER  COVE  FOR   MAKING  OF  PULP  Quietly,   unobtrusively  and   without  the   usual    publicity   attendant   upon ,  such   ventures,   the  big  plant  of  the j  Beaver  Cove  Lumber and   Pulp  Com-j  pany  is  beginning  to  take  form  and \  indicate the real magnitude of the tin-i  dertaking.     This  notable   addition   to '  tiie iarge employing industries of the !  province is being built at Beaver Cove, I  Alert Bay, B. C, and the construction J  work is already so far advanced as to  warrant the awarding of some of the j  sub-contracts to local firms who were i  surprised  at the  extent of the  enter- j  prise. - !  The present unit of the saw mill !  and pulp mill under construction will i  cost §7f>0,000. The plant is laid out!  for  five  units,  which  will   practically!  Stfuctmti fteef For toy Purpose'  BEAKS, CHANNELS,  ANGLES, PISTES, TEES,  COLTTM3TS  COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FABRICATING  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Fairmont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver, X. C.  quintuple the capacity of the unit at  present under construction. It will be  impractical and impossible to construct more than two of the units until  such time as the company's hydro-  TO   ADDRESS   ENGINEERING electric power system is  in operation  AND   TECHNICAL   SOCIETY ! to furnish additional power.    The unit  On  Monday evening naxt at S ,.p.m. j **ow under construction will be steam-  a  lecture  will  bo  given   by  Professor j driven,   but   later  on   this   power  will  U Killam before the Vancouver branch ' °e   simply   kept   in   reserve   and   the  Galley Bros., Ltd.  DEALERS IN  Phone 15 and 16  CRUSHED ROCK - SAND - GRAVEL  !! Kinds of Building; Material  902   Columbia Street West  New Westminster, B.C.  of the Engineering and Technical Institute, in the Sportsropjn oi' the Motel  Vancouver. The subject of Professor  Killam's lecture is "Internal Combustion Engine." and I lie public are cordially invited  to attend.  .  DIAMOND   DRILLING  CONTRACT   AWARDED  Hon.    William    Sloan.   .Minister   of  Mines, announced Wednesday that the  J contract for diamond drilling in the  | Snowstorm group of the Highland  ! Valley has been awarded to the Inter-  j national Diamond Drilling Contracting  | Company. It is stated that the Snow-  [ storm group will prove a valuable as-  j set to the  province.  IE JAMES BROOKES WOODWORKING O0..LTO  sma>pit>M»p><«*M>w''<MBM>n>>«ur^  Union Depot  1916  Can. Northern  Rly. Depot 1917  Calgary  Armory   1918  Rossland High School 1918  NEED    $514,000    FOR    SCHOOLS.  Notice of motion to introduce a by  law  to  borrow  9r.-l4.O00  for  the eree  tion   of  new   schools   and   school   pur  poses   generally,   was   given   by   Aid. i brick  Kirk,   finance   chairman,   at   the   lasr I  j whole plant operated by electricity)  ; generated by water power. The pres-'  ent steam equipment comprises a bat- j  tery of five 300-horsepower vertical |  tube boilers, supplied by the Weeks?  Boiler Company, of Saginaw, Michi- j  gnn. These furnish steam to drive a !  UL'oO-horsepower I'.OO K. XV. turbine |  and generator, supplied by the Allis, j  Chalmers   Co.  Temporary   buildings   have   already  been erected  to take care of a maximum   of   l~,0   workmen  which  will   be  employed during the construction. The  Vancouver offices of the company are  at  307  London   Building.    Among the  local   contracts   already   awarded    in  connection   with   the   erection  of  this  big plant   are  the following:     Mundy,  Uowland    it    Co.,    electrical    work:  Scrim   Lumber   Company,    sash   and  doors;    Vulcan   Iron   Works,   digester  and tanks:  Evans, Coleman  &  Evans J  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts,  Tie Bolts.        We are prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND   CEMENT  —  LIME —   HYDRATED   LIME  —   FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  iitehie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street  <T:r-.Ttt,.riilf*r1    on    -PnCfl    3t  Phone Westminster 473  1259—6th  St., East Burnaby  Modern. [Brick (Busldsng  on  centriillv   Im-.-tr.-<!  enrner  lot  $35,000.00 on terms  Get   full   partii'vihii-s  ;it   the  otIU'c  of  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION SOCIETY  Credit Fonder Bldg-. 850 Hasting-.. Street West  Irorgringrs  Machine Work  Patterns  !  John Reld, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  •)  British Columbia Record  (Established  19 I'D  Published   every   Monday,    Wednesday   and  Friday   by  the  Record Publishing Company  BliT  F  WALLPAPERS  Paints and Varnishes  N. G. Foster Limited  INTERIOR DECORATORS  Seymour 1075 90S Granville St.  Specialists in  Interior  Finishes  MARINE NEWS  Silversmith,  P. Bartlett,. general agent of the  timed to ship four carloads of ore last   S. P. Ry. Co., and T. VV. Simmons, gen-  SHIPBUILDING  H.D.Rees     WAKruse     W.C.Jenkins  The Electric Shop  A newspaper of general circulation, featuring Building, Contracting, Engineering, Industrial, Shipbuilding, .Mining, .Automobile, Pro.  vincial,   City  and   Harbor  Improremeuts.   ,  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Office and  Plant  £83   Homer-Richards   Lane.   VANCOUVER  REAR   OF   431    DUNSMUIR   STREET  PHONE   SEYMOUR   7808.  Subscription Bates  Ooe month $1.00 j  Six   months :  $5.no ]  AU subscriptions are payable strictly in aiianaa  CANADA'S   PLACE   "IN   THE   SUN."  Canadians can indeed hold their  heads high as a result of the splendid  Allied victory achieved over the proud  month, valued at $7,000 each.  A rich gold quartz ledge has been  located near Barkerville. The lead  has been traced for several miles.  The Granby smelter at Grand Forks  shut down temporarily, owing to the  "flu" effecting ore shipments from  Phoenix.  The Crow's Nest Oil Company has a  well down 1580 feet at Sage Creek, in  the Flathead. The drill is in hard  rock, and the well is being cased to  a depth of 14S0 feet.  One of Sam Cavanaugh's mining  claims near the Triune mine in the  Ferguson district has rewarded his efforts  with a, rich  strike of silver ore  eral agent of the S. P. Ry. Co., ocean  transportation lines, will join the New  York office of Frank Waterhouse &  Co. Dec. .1.  Capt. H. C. Hansen will superintend  the construction of three 1400-ton sailing vessehrto be built at the Cholberg  shipyards, Victoria.  The steamer Protesilaus of the Blue  Funnel Line arrived in Seattle at noon  yesterday from Hong Kong, and is due  to arrive in this city on the 26th.  The steamer Mingchow, also of the  Blue Funnel Line, will return here  from Seattle on the 27th, to load cargo  for  Oriental  ports.  The Manila Maru of the O. S. K.  Line arrived in Victoria yesterday,  from Yokohama and Hong Kong.  Two steel steamers of SOOO tons  each will be built by the J. L. Mullen  Contracting Co. at Prince Rupert for  the Dominion Government, at $.185 per  ton.  ELECTRIC     SUPPLIES  WIRING and   REPAIRS  12 Hastings St. E.  Sey. 1224  E. Chrystal & Company  Carpenters and Contractors  Store  and Office Fixtures  General Repairs  219 Keefer St.  Seymour 8551  Phone Seymour 1878.  and arrogant German empire. Canada's   said to be-two feet wide.    Cacanaugh  .,   , ,.v    . . Jnas  completed the crosscut and  con-  jsons   have   writ  large   with   Immortal   .       ,      '      x      .  I templates extensive development,  ink their names on the pages of his-j   ,In  fhe Burnaby district, near Van-  tory. Fifty thousand of them have i couver, the Spartan Oil Company will  died that we might live and enjoy.drill a well 2,000 feet deep if oil is  freedom from German autocracy. At not found before that depth is reach-  Ihe second battle of Tpres they "saved bed.  the situation" which meant that they  saved a vital breach in the whole western front.    Men of peace they sprang  lapidly to arms when the call came,  and every time    they    met a militarized Hun they took his measure. Time  and  again,... either  in  individual  units  or collectively they proved themselves  superior to the Hun.   No army comes  out of  the  war with   greater  honors  than the Canadians.    Living or dead,  they are enshrined forever in Canada's  heart and Canada has earned its place  "in the sun" as a result of her sons'  noble sacrifice. ,  The Copper Farm,;four miles east  of Princeton, will begin shipping to  the Granby this month. The ore averages $35  to the ton in copper and  g"Old.        ■■ ';; ;,,<; ;-.;•;'   ;■'    <-,.;■  JAPANESE   MINER   PREDICTS:  BIG THINGS FOR PACIFIC COAST  The development of commerce and  industry in the countries bordering on  the Pacific Ocean will grow to an undreamed-of magnitude within the next  25 years, says Petseyo Kosugi, representative of the Kuhara Mining Com-  J pany, .of Osaka, Japan, who is in Portland.  "The Kuhara Company is the largest  The 2,400-ton wooden ship Snet'ind  was launched at tlie J.. II. Price Shipbuilding Co. plant in Seattle last Saturday. This is the first ship of the  Golden Garden plant.  in  TACOMA.—Tacoma's first, concrete  float was successfully placed in the  water by the builder, C. E. Hogberg,  at Point Defiance. It is a success in  every way;  The float, which is built on reinforced plans, is 20x40 feet and 3.6 feet  in depth. Plenty of free board was  allowed by the builder. -It is now  factor in Japan, and controls the steel J found necessary to ballast the float  yards in Kiobe, besides operating [ down. It will be used by the park  steamers: to. the Orient.  .:.;" .' board at the park.    .   ,!   : ;  MANUFACTURING COMPANY  •Makers of  Switch Boartln, Panel Boards, Steel  Cabinetc, etc.  Switches  dusifrtHTl  nnrl   built   for  speoinl  work.  any  41 Alexander St.    -    Vancouver, B.C.  Norman Kydd  PLUMBING and HEATING  "Ready Plumbing"  with working blue prints for country  installation!  906 Davie St. Seymour 9188  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Bamberton Cement  Electrical Contractors  Light aad Power  Motor Repairs  Storage Batteries  The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.  t7«  XUkirti  St.  'Phone   Seymour   175  For towing damaged automobiles to  garages : a ; low, .four-wheeled truck  that picks up a car bodily has been invented. '•■-,..':"'  Adkison & Dill  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Specialists In Reinforced  Concrete  325 Howi St  Siy.376a--8iy.B2IR  Bu lidos Cable  Pacific Lime  Baynes & Horie  General    Contractors  836 Howe St  Seymour 1389  R. V. WINCH & CO.,  Vancouver and Victoria  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  •BIOELECTRIC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   hive   our   representative   call  NEW WORK » CONTRACTS LET  THE   POIpLOWING   TABLE   SHOWS   BUILDINOS    COSTIIIO    $5,000    OB    OVER,    ON    WHICH     CONSTRTTCTTOJ*     is  UNDER WAY, OB ON WHICH CONTRACTS HAVE BEEN 1ET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  Edward Cox  General Contractor  Cabinet Making; Fixtures  Seymoar 1163 735 Neinckea St.  Davies  Construction Co.  General    Contractors  Cridit-Foncier Bide. fiicinar, B.C  Dominion Construction  Co., Ltd.  General Contractors  509 Ricbarij SL  Seynoir 1412  Character     Coit  j Hydro  Therapeutic      Residence     $7,500  Road  No.- 3        *.000  Tuberculosis   Clinic    ....47,130  Grain   Elevator    70,000  Church       35,000  Commercial   Bldgs   25,000  Foundry  &  Machine Shop    15,000  Residence        3,i00  Government   Shed    129,000  Residence          9,000  Residence    •   10,000  Residences     each    4,000  Remodelling   Offices      5,000  Brick   Building       Uungalows      6.000  Refreshment   Stand     ...**.$5,000  Residence     ... ...      7,000  Mill   Warehouse    $5,000  Residence    ...: . £500  Bungalow    "595  Remodelling    Building        10,000  Residence $5,000  Powdered   Fuel   Plant $39,000  Brick   Bldg    5000  VANCOUVER  Location    Owner  Military Annex, Gen'l Hosp...MiI. Hosp. C»m.  Shaughnessy   Heights F.   A.   Dietrick  Lulu    Island     Richmond    Municipality  Pender Street Rotary Club  Beach Ave ....... Chas. P. Coles Co.  1160 Georgia St.;. First Church of Christ Set.  Fairview and Point Grey.. Un-versity of  B. C.  Dufferin Street Columbia Block & Tool Co  1305—12th  Ave.  W .Wesley  Rowson  Government   Wharf'..    Government  Shaughnoasy  Heights    .S: J.   Crocker  Shaughnessy   Heights    G.   W.   Tornroos  Angus Ave. Macaulay  A  Nicolls  236  Sroithe Vane.   Milling  &  Grain   Co.  Seymour  St B.   C.  Tel.   Co.  Magee   Allan   &   Richards  Hastings  &  Carrall B.   C.   Elec.   Co.  2875   Alder  Street. .A.   R.  McFarland  236     Smythe.      Van.    Milling   &    Grain    C».  1906 Trafalgar  W. A. Cameion  1435 lath Ave. W H. D. Christie  Cor.  Davie and  Granville Sts.. Geo.  E. Trorey  S.E.   Cor.   Maple & Magee Rd.C.H.McFarlane  Powell  St B.   C.: Sugar  Refinery  131   Hastings   St.   E Pemberton   &   Son  Archt.  Harrison, & Lamond  Industrial Engineers  Seynoir 3535 601 Pacific Bldg.  Character  Coet  I  f  Hodgson & Kins  Contractors & Engineers  403 Locdos Bide. Siyneor 6506  Palmer Bros.  General   Contractors  329 Main SL Seymoar 4178  Fruit   Storage  Warehouse   45,000  lirick   School   Add    20,400  •.2-Mile   Extension 300,000  Hastings-Barnct   Road    •   Ii ridge Span & Trestle     Government    Shed       Bridge  (2 span)      Lining   Tunnel     250,000  Bridge    •    36,000  Reconstruction       160,000  Frame   Bldg      5,000  Residence   .      6.000  Nitrogen  Plant     Concentrator,   etc 1,000,000  Concentrator,    etc    50,000  Railroad .' 1,000,000  Infirmary   and   Service   Bl«ic $151,236  Bridge        liank   Building       12.000  Bridge        Pulp  &  Saw  Mill $750,000  Protective   Works       $60,000  Fred  L.  Townley   J. A.  Benzie.   H. H. Gillingham . ..  Matheson & DcGucrre  Sharp   &  Thompson    .  T. H.  Bamforth   L.  l...   &  Wfi  C.   Vern.  Fred  L. Townley   Jas.  A.   Benzie   A.  E.   Henderson   A.   E.   Henderson   ►Owners     Fred  L.   Townley.. .-...  Owners      Fred.   L.   Townley   A.   E.   Henderson   Fred L. Townley .....  H. D. Christie    Gardiner  &  Mercer. ..,  Fred   L.   Townley   Fuller   Engineering   Co.  J.   H.   Bowman........     Contr.  Davies   Construction   Co.   S. J.  Newitt   Harrison & Lamond   Baynes &  Horie      Owners    Owners   S.   N.   McLeod   Dom. Const. Co.  >n Vernon   Bros.   Hodgson   &   King   * S. J.  Newitt  ■ S. J.   Newitt   S. J.  Newitt   D.   &  W.   Gray  •• Adkison & Dill  ...... G.   M.   Champion       Owners   John   B.   Sterling   D.   &   W.   Gray   Day Lahor   W. J. Read  ..Harrison   &   Lamond   G.   M.   Champion  .Can.   N.W.  Stec!  Co.   Baynes   &   Horie  It Pays ContractdrfTo Advertise  You have service for sale—  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  .You realize that the better you are known the more business vou  wiil do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk the     "  matter over with }'ou.    Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD FUB. CO. 583 Homer Richards Lane,  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GENERAL.  Location    r„ Ownii  Vernon    Vernon   Fruit  Union  Trail   School  Board  Clinton     P.G.E.    Railway  Hastings St.  E   ' Cwigg to   Lulu   Island   Victoria    .     Government  Princeton Kettle   Valley   Railway  Rogers   Pass    C.   P.   Railway  North   Vancouver P.GE.   Railwa  North   Vancouver    Wallace   Shipyard  Ardley   .; Western   Canada  Power Co  Victoria    W.  S.   Salsbury  Lake  Buntzen..Amer.   Nitrogen   Products   Co.  Copper   Mountain B.   C.   Copper   Co.  Chu   Chua Queen   Bess  Mining  Co. I  Princeton  t« Copper  Mt. ...B.  C.  Copper  Co.  Tranquillc B.   C.   Tuberculosis   Society  Oyster   River—Comox    Dist...Prov.    Govenn't  fs'anaimo Royal    Bank  Englishman's River, Alberni Dist.. Prov.Govt  Beaver Cove.. Beaver Cove Lumber & Pulp Co  Steveston     Dom.   Government  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnace*, and Boiler* a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN - -DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone  Highland 728 2021W.I.S1.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  arch — -  Contr.  R.   P.   S.   Twizell     Owner  J.   H.   Bowman Moncrieff  S:  Whittaker    Northern   Const.   Co.   Cotton Co.   Wm.     Grccnlcf-s   R.   Moncricfl   Armstrong,   Morrison  &   Co.,  Ltd   Carter, Halls &  Aldingcr   Robertson and Partner.*   Hodgson & King  '••:;•••••■• Hodgson &  King  C.  M.  Keith S. J.   Newitt  Owners       Owners  Owners   • • • •*     Owner   W.   P.   Tierney  Public   Works   Dept Dominion   Con.   Co.  Prov.  Pub.  Wka Dept.. .Robertson & Partners    Hodgson   &  King  Prov.   Pub.   Wks.   Dept Wra.   Grcenlees  • • ■ • : • • • • •  .    Owners  Public  Works  Dept Hodgson  &  King  Robertson &Partners,Ltd.  Public Works Contractors  and Engineers  Seymour 1274  806 Metropolitan Bldg.  t  H. A. Wiles  GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  Alterations, etc.  1350 • Otb Ave. W. Bayview 2278  ARMSTRONG, I  CO., LIMITED  | PILING"" POLES I  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.       +  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Roger. Building Seymour 3998.3999  *+*++*+*+*^^ ♦+*^**^*Mh»*^  PiifoSSe Works Contractors  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  Office 313-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C  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. S3K«?  Seymour Tire & Rubber  Company, Limited  Sole Dealers and Service  Station for Goodyear S.V.  Truck Tires  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  851 Pender St. W.  Seymour 3053  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACLORY    SITES    AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT  AND  MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  Additional information ■TCKardmfj  thfjst' inquiries may be obtained from  the Secretary ol' the Board of Trade,  Vancouver, or upon application to,'"lne  Commercial IntelliKenee ranch ol' tlie  Department of Trade and Commerce,  Ottawa." ' ■  Correspondents lire requested to quote  the number of the "opportunity" when  'liKkirin for additional information. Holiest for each opportunity should be on  a separate sheet and state opportunity  number. The Bureau does not furnish  credit ratliiKS or assume responsibility  as to the .**r.tni<liii« of foreign inquiries;  the usual precautions should be taken  in   all   ease-i.  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  739 Hastings St. W,     * Vancouver  Telehporia Seymour  7820   :  LATEST   ENQUIRIES.  The followltiK inquiries are the latest  received. For rapid perusal the reader  may know at a glanco items of interest bv notlrm' the class of woods mentioned   at   the   end   or   each   inquiry-        .  IMPORTANT—Quote the number or  the "Opportunity" in your correspondence.  781. Wire ren.cir.g-, Gates, etc.— A  London lirm of engineers is ope:: to  undertake the aireney of a first-class  Canadian manufacture of wire fencing.  Kates, etc.. for the sale of which they  cialm an expert knowledge. A partner  is at present in the United States, so  could advantageously conduct negotiations.  782. Saccharine.—A firm in Yokohama is anxious to obtain supplies of the  above   i:i  Canada after  the.  war.  I era.1 Canadian' manufacturers. lie would  | like to secure representation for the  I following additional lines of Canadian  noods: Medium-priced men's shoes, babies' shoes, knitted underwear, summer  sweaters for ladies, bathing suits, women's fiats, wallpaper rubber goods, artificial   flowers.           734. Bottles—An Importing house in  St. John's, Newfoundland, wishes to purchase one hundred dozen 24-ounce whiskey   bottles.  785. Axe Handles. — A St. John's,  Newfoundland, firm is open to purchase  a carload'of axe handles.  786. Broom Stails.—An English lirm  inquires for hrdbm stalls. Average  length, -1 feet 2 inches: diameter, 1" 1-8  inch full. Inquirer states that there is  a  great  demand for  these  at  present.  787. Aluminum Ing-ota.—A Japanese  fii-m would like to receive samples of  aluminum ingots f'JS per cent.). Said  ingots  to  be  of  first   quality.  788. Railway Red Car Boxes. — A  Glasgow firm inquires for the above,  with a view to post-war business. Considerable quantities have been imported  in   the   past   for  the   United   States.  , 789. Zinc Residues, Flux Skimmingfe  and Kara Spelter. -— A Glasgow firm  w.mies to hear from exporters of the  above, with a view to post-war business.  720. Small Petrol Engine for Panning; Purposes.—An Airdrie lirm' -wishes  to hear from manufacturers who have  the above to offer for post-war business.  791. Zinc Ore.—A Glasgow lirm. who  have imported the above from Canada  before tlie war, wish to communicate  with'exporters with a view to post-war  business.  792. Cream Separators.— A Scottish  firm asks to be. placed in communication  with exporters of the above for postwar business.  793. Small Threshing Outfits. — An  Airdrie lirm asks to hear from exporters  who can offer the above for post-war  business.  794. Chilled Cast Tramway and Bail-  way Wheels—An important lirm of rnan-  uiacturers' representatives would like  to be placed in communication with  manufacturers with a view of undertaking their representation in Argentina, and would like to get in touch J  with one who is in a position to be able  to deliver said materials at a shipping  port  and  ship  same  to  this  country.  795. Pit PropB.— The representative  of several Belgian and .French raanu-  lacturers and mine owners wishes to  make arrangements to get supplies of  j.it props and timber for construction  purposes at the conclusion of the war.  would take up the representation for  this . market. • (Address, British Trade  Commissioner in Canada, ?.G7 Beaver  Hall Square, Montreal, referring to  British Trade Inquiry No.  401-1.)  Electrical g-enerators, motors, switch-  g-ears, projectors, ship ntting-s, etc.—  An Knglish firm of manufacturing engineers, who are not represented here,  desire to make arrangements with a  Canadian firm who can handle their  machinery,   etc.      (No.   -iO.'iO.)  Cycle and motor accessories. — An  .English manufacturing ■ firm in the  Mid Hinds desires to appoint, a Canadian  agent to (rare for their after-war trade.  (No.   4032.) ,  Steam, gas and oil engines, mining-  machinery, etc.—A well-known English  firm of manufacturing- engineers are  prepared to appoint Canadian agents  who control a technical staff capable  of erecting and putting their machinery   in   running   order.     (No,   -1037.)  Dry cells for batteries—A London,  England, firm of manufacturers wishes  to appoint suitable agents Ln Canada.  (No.  2114.)  Basic slag-—An English metallurgist  w'ho will be. in a position after the  war to supply large quantities of basic-  Blag, wishes to get in touch with  Canadian   buyers.     (No.   4039.)  Artistic Wire! & iron Wks.  Manufacturers  Ornamental Iron "Work and  all  kinds  of Wire Work.  112-10   Dufferin   St.  Kair.   204 S  G.  Kilgren       '  Ge  neral Con  tractor  962  14tb  Ave.  Fairmont 94BL  (Continued  from pag*e  1)  Davie Vulcanizing Company  RETREADS, PLAIN  or NON-SKID  This  work done  right here  in  our  shop.  Sections,  Re-inforccments   and   Tread   Repairs  Auto repairing of every description  Phone  Seymour 1184  636    DAVIE    ST.  VANCOUVER,    B.   C.  INQUIRIES       RECEIVES       BT      THE  KBIT iSH   TRADE   COMMISSION  IN CANADA.  Inquiries received from British export houses which wish to open connections with Canada. Canadian importers w-ho may desire to obtain specific articles of United Kingdom manufacture are invited to communicate  with tlie British .Trade. Commissioner in  Canada, 3G7 Heaver Hall Square, Montreal, who .will be pleased to obtain and  furnish catalogues and price lists of  the principal United Kingdom firms  manufacturing   the   goods   required.  IMPORTANT. — Quote the British  Trade   Inuiry   Number   in   each   case.  Scientific apparatus, X-ray tubes.'etc.  —An English manufacturer desires to  get   in   touch   with   Canadian   firms   who I  The plant is expected to be finished  and  in   operation  next spring.    This  first unit will  have a capacity of 40  tbns; of sulphate0 pulp daily, .while the  saw  mill, 'which  is  also being built,  will have a cutting capacity of 100,000  feet of lumber per day.   When in operation the plant will employ between  250   and   300   employees.    It   will; be  necessary to have three shifts of men  in   the  pulp  mill.    The   contract  for  supplying   the    pulp    machinery   has  been awarded to the Waterous Engine^  Works  of  Brantford,   Ont.,  while  the  evaporator will be made by the Swan-  son Evaporator Co., Chicago.    Part of  the caustic tanks for the reduction of  the pulp will be built at the plant.  Favored with an ideal site for their  plant, the Beaver Cove Lumber and  Pulp Co. intend to make a model industrial town there. Plans for the  laying out of the townsite are already  in process. ' Homes will be erected  for the employees, as soon as the plant  is completed, and a church, theatre,  social club and other amusements of  a modern industrial town will come  in  due course.  ^^^'5^@l>3i2)   FORYOURCAR  rts^rp^ni oi     4o per cent> ,on9er |,fe  18   months'  Guarantee  PRICE    NO     HIGHER  Call and see us when passing  JARVIS  ELECTRIC CO.  S70 Richards  St.  Distributors for B.  C.  Seymour 175  USE  ELASTIGU  The  Tough,  Elastic,  Adhesive  Cement  (Ready  for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street      ......   -       VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone Bay. 63  1 to 5 Tons  :Q'  Fact Worth Considering  j For over eight years FEDERALS  have been/built by a strong, well financed  ■ company which has devoted its energies  -to Motor Trucks Exclusively—That's  why they are Built right—Ask /  Tucker Motor Company  Seymour 8565  833 Pender St. West, Vanconvei  Distributors for  The FEDERAL Motor Truck Ca, Detroit  t&.J.*$p^«^J.*W.^^<jp^*iW.»cfK.^.$.**.V(».yt3^^  * ' -■    •£•  * ' 4»  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co  AGENTS FOR  THE  ORIGINAL  FOUR-WHEEL  DRIVE MOTOR TRUCK—ELEVENTH YEAR  In all tmckdom there is no truck similar to the Duplex 4-Wheel Drive. Early in the life  of the truck industry, the originators of the four-wheel drive obtained basis patents on the principles which give the Duplex its amazing abilities to perform. These patents have many years to  run.  The Duplex 4-Wheel Drive has practically four times the pulling power of any rear wheel  drive truck of equal size and capacity. Tlie truck, loaded to capacity, has the additional power  to pull from two to three fully loaded trailers through snow, sand or loam, or up grades that any  rear wheel drive truck would find difficult to negotiate with only its own capacity load.  Trailer loads are the severest tests of a truck's stamina. Tlie Duplex frame is designed and  constructed to absorb and withstand the constant succession of strains on the draw bar resulting  from the wrenching jerks of a strinf of trailers in tow.  A Duplex 4-Wheel Drive truck, even when loaded to full capacity, cannot be stalled as  long as any one of its four drive wheels can find traction.  Tlie Duplex chain case gives it a tremendous reserve power fully ample, when applied to  any one of its four wheels, to extricate the truck from any road hole into which it is driven. By  throwing a lever at his right hand, the Duplex driver can obtain the tremendous power of 64  crankshaft turns to each revolution of a drive wheel—a power impulse from the motor for every  2 inches of wheel travel.  Through the use of the Duplex Adler self-locking differentials on both front and rear axles,  the Duplex is able to go and keep going as long as any one of the four wheels can find traction.  COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY HEAVY DUTY TRUCK.  For Full Particulars, Specifications, etc.  m  McCLARY'S RANGES  Industrial and Household  ^■-s, trmmA.A.m      Z".:'  Gas Fittings  I  ♦  i  I  ±  Distributors  for   Western Canada.  Phone Seymour 1860  nine  1387 Granville St.  C. Bain, Manager  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOOR 801  **•  i  *  X  t <w  to~  BPJTI3H COLOMBIA BEGGED  K&msMB&z^m  •;'•' •>> '•'AV!- avBis^wtwjw5"*  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and  NS Ltd.  ANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SSSRsr  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND    METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,   TIME   CHECKS  KEV    TAGS,    BRASS    SIGNS /'.'NUM. BERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED a EST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and KEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6188  1060 Homer SL  Vancouver B. C.  aaragaa*^  VICTORIA NOTES.  The Local Improvement Commissioners made a start yesterday on the  list of about eighty by-laws submitted  to them'by the city council, and it is  'expected that two weeks will complete the work. The commissioners  will sit every day until the list is disposed of.  POSTED  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, MgT.  x  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ■      ETC--..- '  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General Towing  324 Front St. New Wsstininster  Telephone 1015  TENDERS   WANTED.  Sealed tenders wanted for the manufacture of packing cases,  the. specifications'of which may bo obtained at  our  head  office,   lv'2'2  Standard   Bank  Building, Vancouver, R C.   in all three  hundred   thousand   cases   to be delivered   by  July  .1., '3 919,  at  tlie  rate  of  forty  thousand   cases  per  month,  beginning  December  I.     Tenders   must  quote price per case delivered at our  plant, Front Street, New Westminster,  B. C.   Tenders close Nov. 30.  DOMINION PRODUCTS, LIMITED.  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  wsstEnsm*  1  usiness Directory and  Buyers* Gtside  When Buying Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  aid STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  ?mi\M, PAPER HANS-  INS and KALS8MINING  '   NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Sealed   tenders   superscribed   "Tender  for  Ganges   School,"  will   be  re-)  ceived by the Honourable the Minister  of Public Works up to 1-2 o'clock noon f  of Monday, the .c)th day of December,  IfliiS,  for erection  and   completion  of  a  small   one-room   School   at  Ganges  Harbor,   Salt   Spring   Island,   in   the  Islands Electoral District, B. C.  Plans, specifications, etc., can now  be seen at the office of the Supervising Architect, Public Works Department, Victoria, or that of W. M.  Mouat, Esq., Secretary to the School  Board, Ganges, 13. C.  Lowest   or   any   tender   not   neces  sarily accepted.  A. SE.   FOREMAN,    /  Public   Works   Engineer.  Public Works Department,  Victoria, B. C.. Nov. IS, 1918.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tenders for Cottages," will be received  by the Honourable ' the "Minister of  Railways up to 12 noon December 2,  The Teacher—Why, Jimmy, Jimmy I  Have you forgotten your pencil again?  What would you think of a soldier going to war without a gun?  Jimmy—I'd think he was an officer.  I Loan Bonds of the'TJominion will also  be accepted as security, or war bonds  and cheques if required to make up  an odd amount.  NOTE.—Blue'prints, can be obtained  at this Department by depositing an  accepted bank cheque for the sum of  $.10, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be  returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R.  C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department  of  Public  Works,  Ottawa, November 9, 19IS.  16787-  W.   Herod,   4th  A  Arbutus   Sts.—  Briscoe  Touring,  1B7SS—Murray   Brow.,   1.17   Powell   St. —  Por A  Truck.  1 f.7*S£J—Hudson Bay Co., 712 Cambie St.—  Federal  Truck.'  10790—U.   .Forsyth,   Ladner   P.   O.—Kord  Touring.  10791—J, .Mayers, New Westminster, B.C.  —Niish Truck.  1G792—P. Swa.ru, 7 4 4 eorgia St. E.— Kord  Truck.  16793—C.   C.   Scott,   240-f.O   Kingsway   —  'ARCHITECTS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   lilue  Print iX  Drafting  Co.,  5,11    Granville   St .Sey.  2497-4670  ARCHITECT I'UAL    TERUA     COTTA.  Kvans.  Coleman  &  Evans,   Kt.   Col. St., S. 1!98S  O'Noil,   Wm. N.  Co.  Ld.,   51S  Soyraour, S. 47!i5  Ritchlo    Con,    A    Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Gran.    ."-,  Bi'ldse    s. 0102  ASTHAI/I'    KELT.  Evan:,,   Coleman  &  Evans,   l't.   Col S. 298S  .  MOTORS  B.   C.   Electric  Co..   Ltd   .'. S. 500)  MOTOR TRUCKS.  Little   Giant   Motor   Truck   Co , .Sey.   .131  Keo   Motor   Car  Agency,   Ltil Sey.   1860  fucker'Motor  Co.,  833   I'ender   VV.. .Sey.. 3565  OFFICE  AND   STORE  FITTINGS  Dixon    &    Murray S. 8705-  S766  OFFICE   SUPPLIES   &   PRINTING  16794-  10711:")-  1 G79 li-  Hl 797-  2G79S-  1G799-  1GS0O-  16S00-  ICSOI-  The  Rarrett Co.    Ltd     10th .*  ArbmusKay. 63    Western   Specialty,   Ltd..   572   Gran.   S.-v.  3526  Ine  Standard  i'aint  Lo.   of  Canada,   Ltd., ' ......  -130   Standard    Hank    Hldg Sev.  2913 ' PACKING,    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   GO0D8  Uunluti Tire ,*i  Itul.tuT (roods Co., I,ti| .  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE' . 811   t'aml.iu St.  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  &   Co.,   Winch  Tiklg.   Sey.   7S20  BANKS  Home   Bank of   Canada.... S. 5270  BLUE   PRINTS  Dominion   nine  Print  &   Drat ting  Co.,  531    Granville   St ..Sey.   2W-4670  BRICK—ALL KINDS.  Evans    Coleman   &   Evans,    Ft.   Col.,   S. 298X  Gilley  Bros..   Ltd.,   New   West.,   Phonos  15,   10  Kord   Tourin  -1.    lieda,   200   Main   St.—Standard   W.  X. O'Neil & Co.. 54S Sey. St.,  s. 4795-4798  Truck l* tchle   Contr    A   Sup.   Co.,    Ltd.,   Gran.   St  Bridge    S.   9102  U.V.Winch   & Co..  Ltd..  Winch  B.  S. 279-1914  -13. C.   Rc-finery Co., 4255 Granville  St.—Ford   Roadster.  -T.    Fox,    6124    Fraser    St.—Ford : m.'ILDING  KELTS  AND   PAI-MIRS.  Truck. Kvaii3,   Coleman   .<•   Evans,   Kt.   Co!.,. .S. 29KS  -K.    Marpole,. 1075    Angus   Ave.—! vv. N,  O'Nc-it A Ct>., BIS Sey. St., S. •i7i>".--iT!>s  Kord   Sedan. j The Ji.irrett Co., Ltd..  10th & Arbutus Lav. 63  -Barnev's   Transfer,   9SS   Richards I The   Standard  Paint   Col   of  Canada,  Ltd.!  St. — Ford  Truck. j     .(HO   Standard   IS.-ml:   Hldg Sey. 2913  -Mrs.   J.   L.   Kelly,   U'.'!   St.—Studebaker Tourin  Georgia  'C10   Standard   IS.-ml:   Hldg..  IJONDS- SI'KETV.  1012 "Richard.4*  TIMBER SALE X1360.  Sealed Tenders will be received by  the Minister of Lands not later  than noon on the 2Sth day of December, 191S, for the purchase of License X1360,' to cut 25,929,000  feet of  -.7;   K.   MeCormac-k  St.—Ford  Touring.  ■Transferred   to   K.   C.   Walsh.   .SO,",  Yorkshire   Bldg1.—'Kord   Touring.  C.    M.   Oliver,   1070   llaro   St.   —  Chevrolet  Touring.  10.S02—Technical   l-'ress,   Belmont  Ave.W.  —Briscoe Touring.  1GS03-—-JohiiKton  Storage Co.,  Main  St.—  I-'ederal  Truck.  IfiSO-l—G.   S.    Wooley, . 2;"09   Main   St.   —  Chevrolet  Touring.  1GS05—E.   Chant,   2512   Main   St.—Chrev-  rolet   Touring.  16S0G—Umpire-  Grocery,   2411    Granville  St.— l-'ord Truck.  16S07—W.   P.   Aitken,   12   7th   Ave.   XX'.—  Willys-O.   Touring.  1CS0S—.lames  A  McCIttghan,  New  West-e  minster—Maxwell    Touring:. f  16S09—XV.   G.  Craig,   540   Helmekcn  St.— j  Kord   Touring.  Ceperley,  Kounsefell  &  Co.,   Winch   Bldg.  -••••• .Sey.  7S20  R.V.Winch A Co.. Ltd..  Winch  B., S. 279-1941  CARPENTERS  Dixon    &   Murray ". .S. S765-  8766   _...S. 13—.s.MSJ  PAINTING   &   PAPER   HANGING  Dixon    \-   Murray S. S765-  S/"66  KA1NTS—-KIUK-PROOF.  W. N.  O'Neil A Co..  54S Sey. St. ..S. 4795-479*  fAINTS—D/uill'  1'ltOOK.  Lvins.  Coleman &  Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  U-.  .\.   O'Ntiil  A  Co,   SLS  Sey.   St. M.S. USI5-4798  Hie  Standard   I'aint  Co.   of Canada,  Ltd.,  430   Standard   Hank   Bldg.. Sey. 2913  PAPER  Smith,   IJarttlMon   A  Wrinlit,  Ltd.,   notner  mid   Uarlt!   Sts.   ..._  c;, 9505  VA HTITIOX— IUJEI'ItOOF  Lvnns,  Coleman  ,*i  Evan*    l't."Colum. .8. 2988-'  Ritchie. Con. it Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. 9:t,i  PATTERNS  WfMmlusti'r  Imn ■ WorUs.   Ntw  WVstinlnstcr    IMionc 58  VIC.   IKON  AND  TrN  Balfour,   Guthrie  ac   Co S.' 6197-B67S  Ev».ns,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col.. .. .S. 298s  it.  V.   Winch  A Co..  Winca  B!d...S.    279-1944  I'lLI.Vf.   ANO   I'OLKS  t'*i-d«rnl    Lumlier   Co.,    ItuKvra    lilil« .....S. 399S-9  PILK OKI VINO.  Evins,  Coleman A Evans,   ft.  Col S. 29S8  Kraaer   Klvur   Pllo   Drlvit.,.'   Co..   Now    West.  II'.'C—>"EWKH  "Gi  W;   X.   O'Noil  *  Co..   54S  Sey.   St., S. 47fl3-47USi  Ritchie   Contr.   &   Sup.,    Ltd..    Granvi'do    St  Bridfr*     Si 91C2  R.V.Winch A Co..  Ltd!..  Winch B..  S. £79-1941  CKMBNT  TESTING   ANB  ASSAV1NG.  Hunt,    Robt.    W.   &   Co.,    Standard    Bank  Bldg S. 2199  CONTKACTOKS—GENKKAL.  Armstrong,   llorrlson    &    Co..     Ltd.,    Bowci-  I      BdK.     S. 1S36  CONTItACTOn.S—TfLF—TKRKAZZO.  1GS10—K.   A.   Smith,   2Gth   &   Main   St.— j Evans.  Coleman &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298S  CKJIKNT. ,. Evans.   Colt-man  **i   Evans    Ft. Colum..?   "988  Balfour.   Guthrie  A   Co  J>.   939-.-G573" S!',le.y1 E;":JS--   ^,nl;'   •v.<-'w 'W.?st.. . Phones 15.'IS  Evans.   Coleman   *.   Evans.   Ft.   Col. . .S.   !..« pllv   n- •1"'11'  ^F^i.rP0-;   tlrflni'l!i,!- -s' 9m  Gilley Bros.,   Ltei..   New  West..   Phones  IS,   Ifi R" V"  U Ulc"  ,k Co- Wlneb Bld...S.   -279-1344  1918, for the erection and completion j flrj    hemlock>   .cedar,.   spruce,    white  pine   and   balsam   on   lots   1165,   1107  of  twelve   cottages   at   Snuamish   for  ■'Sey. 871  Duiismuir St.  the    Pacific   Great   Eastern   Railway  Company.  Plans,   specifications,   contract  and  form of fender may be seen on and  after November 20, 1918, at the Pa-  | eific Great Eastern Railway Company's  | office, Welton Block, Vancouver:!'the  i office of the Government Agent, New  Westminster;   or  the  Department   of  Railways.   Victoria,   13.   C. "  Each "proposal-must be accompanied  hy an accepted bank cheque on a  chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the Honourable the Minister  of  Railways,   for  a   sum   enual  to  10  and adjacent land, Kla-anch River,  Nimpkish   Lake,   Rupert  District.  Four (4) years will be allowed for  removal  of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief  Forester, Victoria, tB. C, or District  Forester,   Vancouver,   B.C.  m^m^ummmmtimtAm^Kmmmtim&srmm* ■» mammMmmmmtmmMmrwumwmmawmnmm  AUTOMOBILE HECOBDS  Following  Is a Complete List of New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  Vancouver and District:  From Oct. 19th to  Nov. 9th, 19^3.  No. Name       L   Address, Cai  I67S3—J.   C  Kryser,   17:59.  Burnaby  St.—  per   cent,   of   tender,   which   shall   be ' Nash  Touring.  forfeited   if   the   party   tendering   de- ''■ 16784~Fo^sT?uclJns' -C5 'Has«nss K-  clines   to    enter   into   contract   when 116785:—Brett Anderson,  101  Bank of Ot-  Plumbsng  and  1 tawa Bldg.—Klgin  Touring  16780—F.  A. Coyle, Davie A Bute Sta.-  Clifvroi-?t   Ron<!.<-• r.er.  j called  upon to do so, or if hefails to !  ! complete the work contracted for. The;  ! checiues cf unsuccessful tenderers will  j be returned to them.  i     Tenders  will  not be considered un-  ; less made out on the forms supplied,  ! signed   with   the   actual   signature   of'%neinma"   'f,'U!'  ('°-   ]fin   Cordova  xv   ,   '     . j Barnuni.   A.    \V.     Cigars,    1200    Homer   the   tenderer. | Gray,   Dr.   Kdu-ard   ./..   office.   207   Hast'ngs   XV   I    TbB lowest or any tender not neces-   9>JToii,..\Vi!iiaiTi a.. r.oot_& Shoe Repairing, 150s 4th w  Scripts-Booth   Tourin  ■ltiSU. —11. A.  Hughes,  129  Cordova  St.  —-Dodge   Touring. '  1CS12—Mrs.   r.   Reeve,  1025  Kingsway —|  Maxwell  Touring. j  1CS13—E.   R.   McTaggart,   702   Granville;  St.—Kord  Truck.  16S14—Imperial   Oil   Co.,   Smythe   St.   —  White Truck.  16Sir,—W.- H. Ha'/.litt, 2294 Gth XV.—Maxwell   Touring.  16816—  16817—Dr.   R.  McCaffrey,   Chilliwack.   B.  C.—Dodge Touring.  16S1S—Dr.  Tompsett, Vancouver  Blk. —  McLaughlin   Roadster.  16S19—Alhcrta   Wood   Yard,   790   Gth'W.  .   —Garl'ord  Truck.  1GS20—TI.   M.   Owens,   Post   Oflice—Kord  Touring.  16S21—Fred   K.   Bell,   10th   &   Laurel   St.  ■■'■■-—Kord   Roadster.  16S22—S. K.  Barrack, 33S Hastings  W.—  Chevrolet   Touring. •  16S23—-Airs.   E.   Bray,   Fort   Moody—McLaughlin   Touring.  16S24—B.   Bayne,   3-18   loth   XV. 1 "ord  Touring. .  3GS25—T.  .1.. Thomas,  ?.ui>- 6th   XV.—Kord  Truck.  1GS26—-S.   Vamashita,   130   Cordova   E.—  Packard   Touring.  16S27—Pitt   Meadows Oil  Co.,  736  Gran-  v'lle   St.—Kord   Touring.  3CS2R—E.   B.   Carr,  Port   Haney—  16S29—P..  If.  Moore, 1-5 1-1 Laurier Ave.—  Grav-Dort   Touring.  I6S30—Helen    Marshall,   22-17   10th   W.—  Gray-Dort   Touring.  16S31—T.   j.   Kearney  &   Co..   S02   Broad-  •   way    W.—Palmer   Singer   Ambulance.  PLAST.EK  Haltour,   Outhrle  A   Co S.  9197-U67S  Evans, Coltman * Evai.j Ft. Cnium « '"i?(8  J:!'1?!' n™s;- ]-*d-. N'eiv West ..l'!,„n'es 15,'it  XX. is. O iNeil & Co., 54-S Sey. SI...S- tr^.-4 79.1  Kltchie, Con. & Sud. Co.. Granv. TidgZs. 9162  _ i'LASTKR   MOAKD  J^vans,  Coleman .*i   Evans,   ft.   Col S   21S8  u',FZ °''ZZU '\C"y 5,-S S*y-  SI..-S. 47S5-479/I  Ritchie   Con.    &   Sup.    Co..    Granville. ,S. 9162  I lie Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada,   Ltd.,  430   Standard   flank   liidg Sey.  2913  W.  N-.  O'Neli  & Co.,  54S Sey.  .St..  S. 4 795-4 7 9S ,'Evans!'Cofeman  Mvan""?- CoU^f. 2988  CKANES    AND    IfOISTS    (EI.ECTIMC | fLASTKU—OKN OMENTAL  '   " 29S8  •JS  62  Dominion   Blue  I'rint  *V   Drafting  Co., !,..,,.       ,-, _ J'LI'AMIINO  The Holden Co.,  Ltd.,  542 Pender St.  XV. j Evens.  Coleman .*i  Evans    ft '('ol' S  "9S  Sey.    JOCi.     W.  N.  O'Neil &  Co.,  5If* Sjy.  St/. .S.'4795- + 7a  DRAFTING j Kllchle   Con.   A   Sup.   O...   Granville. .S. 916  lorninion   Blue  I'rint  *Sr   Drafting  Co., j l'H*AMHN<;  $31    Granville   St  Sey.   2497-4670 I [«il'ey.  E. A.,  1033 Granville St.,       S    136  oarr   *c    Anrierson.    1UC0    Horner   sr    "«   tu-n  DUII.LS—I'OftTAHLB   EI.ECTKIC Xortrran  Kvdd/ 9fH   Davie " ■ Sn\-   «ilt«  .Jarling. Frank &  Co.,  1142  Homer " v    bcj. S'188  Stro»*t ..Sev.   4100-4101    r      ,.- I'NKf.MATIC  TOOL.".  The Holden Co.. Ltd., 642 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1065.  RLKCTItiCAL  SDPI'LIKS  B.. C.   Electric  Co..  Ltit... _ _...... S. S0O0  Cope *t So.i.   150  llnstinxs W _  ........Sey.  S002  Darling, Frank A Co.,  1142 Horner  ::,-.     Street -..:. Sey.  4100-1101  -ELEVATOR CAMS  AND  KNCLOS*l'«ES.  W.  X.   O'Neil  & Co.,   34S  Sey.  St.   S. 4795-479S  Kltchie   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.   Ltd:.   Gran.   St.  Bridge ;..     S. 31G2  ELEVATORS  Darling,  Frank & Co.,  114 2 Homer  Street Sey.  4100-4101  ENGINEERS   SUPPLIES  Dominion   t5hie Print  .S-   Drafting  Co.,  53 1    Granville   St  Sev.  2497-4670  FIKJE  CLAY  Darling,  Frank & Co.,  1142  Horn or  ThFn^1     "r- ;";--"-»'.--»Spy.   4100-4101  the  Holden Co., Ltd., 54 2 Pender St. W.  Sey.  1065.'  „.     , PRINTERS  Bagley,- A. G.  & Sons,  Ltd.  516   Pender   W.  gQV     3*s  ROoriNG  COMTOMTION  .  IM-ans. Coieman A Evar.s Ft. .olun*. .p. 29S8  -llie.I.arretl-Xo"..  Ltd.,  10th & Arbutus  I lav. 63  rVpih °;V * Co" 54S Se>'' S*---*- 479i-'479S  Ftltchle Con. A Su;.. C, Grnnvlllt-*. .S. 9162  Smith.   l)avnl:i<m   A,   Wriaht,   I.t.] .   lioiut-r  and   Oavi,.   st*.      . s   r.-^r,  The  Standard   Faint   Co.   oi ' Canada," Ltd '  .430   Standard    Bank   Bldg Sey.  2913.  IlOOriNC,—SilfKKT   MKTAL,  (Sex:   Cornier   una    tioofins)  KoorjNt;  3i.aik:i:i vi.  ROOFING—WHOLESALE  FIRE   KXTlN.iCIF.HEK   SYSTEMS. The   Stlndar.l   faint   Co.   of   Canada    I 1,1  Barr& Anderson.  1U60  Hcnier St S.  SJSOJ     430   .Siaiid.-.rd   Hank   Ilhig..... ...'. S--v   2^13  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW IHSTAIIATIONS  NOV. 15,  1918.  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver. B. C.  Phono Sey. 136  Be*. Bay. 77  S. 0". Trickey  E. E. Elliott  y  rfTfo  SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,   COPPER,  BEASS  and   IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STE-AM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING        VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phono Sey. 620      151 Yz Pender St. W.  VAlSTCOirVSK, B.  C.  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30- 7.GO-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  sarily accepted.  A. F. PROCTOR,  Chief Engineer.  Department of Railways, B. C. office  of chief engineer, Victoria, B. C, November IS,  191S."  *K**a*ammmmmm»mmmmmmemmK*nn—i^^mKwcm-ti'*m* p.jw ■mi '_jaj—«a^a»  '     PROPOSALS   WAK'TSJ)  .' MIKC33X.lA>TBOTTS    PBOr'C." ' 7.G  j    Arc-Iiitect Cdwardes SiToat -30-; Dun-  ■ can   Uuiiding,   110   Pender   St.   \V.,   is  asking   for   tenders   for  tne   construction ot a four and a five room bungalow.  Hi connection with -the construction  of the protective works at Steveston,  contractors Hodgson & King, London  Bldg., are in the market for brush and  rock.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Adjustable Slip and Fenders,  Victoria, -13. C," will be received at  this office until 12 o'clock noon, PYi-  day, December 0, 1018, for the construction of an adjustable slip and  alterations to the protective fenders,  on Pier No. 3, at Victoria, B. C.  Plans and forms of contract can  be seen and specifications and forms  of tender obtained at this Department.  at the office of the District Engineer  at Victoria, B. C, and at the Post  Office, Vancouver, B. C.  Tenders will  not  be considered   un-j  less  made  on printed  forms  supplied  by the Department and in accordance  with  conditions  contained  therein.  Each 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  Sev.   41112  ...Sev   1126  ..Sey. e.'■:,:.  .Bav. lU29  .Sey. 54 08  Fair.   12 13  FLOORING  Fyfe  Smith   ft   ?o.,   1320   Richards. .S. 1196  FORGINGS  Globe    Transfer    Co.,    507    Uiehards  Bam her,   Thomas   P..,   Plumber,   101.')   Kingsway  ' CEAWOE3.  NOV. 15.  1918.  Independent Van Storage Co., Ltd., from 4:"ri Cordova XV. to TfiO Beat ty Sey.     r.00  Independent  Van  Storage Co.   Ltd..  from 425 Cordova XX'. to  "150 Beattv Sey.       9  P.erettoni,  N., Ladies'  Tailor,  from  :JU!) Hastings  F.  to  ."00   Mast.   PL...High.  2(20  Canadian ■ Agencies,   Ltd.,   from    !0S   Cordova   \V.    to   M0*    li'chards ^^y.  2210  Westminster   Iron  Works.   New Wcstininsttr    T'hone 53 |  GALVANIZING  Allan    McKelvie  ling.  Co.,  Ltd High  1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver Gas Appliance  Co S.    801  GLASS—ALL  KINDS.  W. N. O'Noil A Co.  51S S«-y. St..   S.  4795-479f  i "HARDWARE  j Drown.   Friuw  A   Co..   f.t.1..   1150   Homer  St S.  7135  jFlett, J. A., Ill  Hastings VV Sey. 2327-S  I HARDWOOD   FLOORS  i VV.  N. O'Vell A Co.  54S Soy.  St.. .R. 479S-<79S  J.   Fyfe   Smith   *  Co     1.120   Richards. .8. 1191  HARDWOOD LIMBER  Smith,  J.   Fyfe A Co..   1320   Richards. .8. 1196  HEATING—HOT   AIR,   sTKA.M   AND   VKN-  Tl LATINO  j Bailey, E. A.. 1 033 Granville St S.   13G  l.«rirr   A    .*, uderwon,    10ti0    Homer   St.. .S. C1K0  ! S'ornian   Kydd,  906   n.ivie  St Sey.  9188  j HOISTING   KNGINES  I Rltcble  Con   A Sup. Co..  Cirunvl.   B'lK-.S. 9161  j INSURANCE.  I Ceperley,   Kounsefell   A   Co..   Winch   I'ldg.  Sidney   Kubbcr   Hoofing   Co...  |                                  ROTE-MANILA  i Balfour,   Guthrie   A   Co   ...S.  4 149  -R  9137-6671  RUBBER   STAMPS  Bagley, A. G. «v Son**.  Ltd.  5lC   Pender   \V.  -Sey.  IS  SAI'KS—VAI.-LT I>OOK5  W. N. O'Neli A. Co., 64S Sey. St...S. 479o--t798  SAND    CHAVEI. AND CRl SIIKD  ROCK  £v»ns,  Coleman  A  Evana,   ft.   Col....   s  21S8  Cllioy   Oros.,   Ltd..   Sew   Wert.. . Hiioncs'l5, 1«  ititchle, Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv.  Bu«..S..9161  SASH    DOORS.   WINDOWS.   KTC.  XV. N. O'Neil A Co..  54S Sey.  St...S. 4T9.i-.179J  SHEET  METAL  Central Sheet Alcial  Works Sey.  62*  SH1NGLK  MANfFACTl RKItS  AND   DF.AL-  ERS.  (See   Lumber   ind  Shingles.)  SHOW  CASES  Dixou    &    Murray S.  S765-S766  SI.ATK  Evnns,  Coloman  &   Ev.-iri.i    ft.   Col S. 29S8  ))' w ,V.',N"" * '-'"•• •''"' •"''»• St---S. 479J-I798  R. \ V, liicli ,<;• Ch., Winch I3id...S. 279-1944  Ritchie. Con. ><i Sup.  <.',...  Granv.   Uttg..S. 91BI  STEEL—H KIN FORCINtJ.  I'-ali'our,    Gurlirlv    *.    i.'.',i *S. 9 ! il 7 - ti 5 7 B   ■ Sey.   7820 1 Kvmm,   Cidtmnn  &   Kvans,   it.   Col    ..   s  '"1X8  K.   V.  Winch   A  Co.   Ltd..  Winch   i.ldE. ' ».-.'«8   Sey.  279-1944  ;© Volts  40 Volts  OO Volt;  Large Stock   -   -   Qiaiick Delivery  eemc  INTER I OK   FINISH  Evans,   C-lcinan   A  KvuriH,   ft.   Co! S. 298>  U". N. O'.^ei! A Co.. ;.<•! S^y. St. . .S. 479:'.-479S  Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv.   Bdg. ..S. 9io;  IRON   AND   KTKEI.—•iTId'f'Tt'KAI.  Can. Northwest Steel  Co.,  Ltd.  Prince  k'dward  St Fair.  2-K96-7  Evans. Coleman A ICvuiis Kt. Col.. ..S. 2!'.v.<  Coughlan. .7, & Sona. World Bklg . . .«. Ty";  Ritchie. Con. A Sun. Co.. Granv. I3d(?..S. 01 itf  VV. N. O'Neil ft Co., 51? Soy. St. . .S. 4795-479S  Westminster   I run   Work.1,   New WeBtmlnslor    J'honn 53  IRON   AND   STKEL—ORNAMENTAL.  Artistic  Wire A   Iron  Work,,   112-16  l.ulTonri    St.     Iv fair.  2643  Evans,  Coleman  & Evans,   rt.   Col S. 298*  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Soy. St.. .S. 4795-4798  Rltehle Con. & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bd-gr. .S. 91«-  Westminster   Iroa   Work*.   New Westminster    I'lione ,ri3  Dixon    &   Murr:  KALSOMINING  .S. 8765- 8766  Seymour 5710  1065 Pender St. W.  LATH—METAL  EVans. Coloman A Evans, Ft. Columb. .a. 29SS  W. N. O'Neil A Co., BIS Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.   9102  LIME.  Ralfour,   GutVIe   A   Co S.   9197-11575  Evans, Coleman & Evans. Et. Columb. .3. 29S8  Gilley Bros.. New Westminster. . Phones 1 5, 16  VV. N. O'Neil A Co.. 54S i*~v. St. . .6. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. A Sup. ry . Grnn vlllc. .S. 91C2  R.   V.   VVineh  Co,   Ld„  Winch  .Bdg. .8. 279-194 I  LUMBER  Federal    biimhor   Co.,    lto«er.4    Illdn   S.  3998-9  1,1.-1  MAC'IIINKKV  rtrown.   Fiajer A Co..   Ltd..   11 SO   Homer   fit 3  Pari ing,   Frank  & Co.,   1142  Homer  Street Sey.   4 100-4 101  W. N. O'Noil A Co.. 14 8 Sey. SI...S. 4795-1798  IMichl'- Con. A Sup. Ci.., O.-nnvl. TRl'jf. .S. 91^  Tho  Holden Co.,  Ltd.,  642 Pender St.  W.  Sey.   I0G5.  MACHINE    WORK  Westminster   Iron   Work:.,  New  Wratraln.'itrr     Phono 53  MANTELS— HRICK.   TILE   AND   WOOD  Ev»nn,  Coloman JKVHvariH,'ft.  Col .-i. 29J8  VV. N. O'Nfell A CW548 Sey. 8t...S. 4795-4798  Ritchie   Con.   A   Suv.   Co..   Granville. .8. 9) «2  MARBLE   AND   ONYT  Evana,  Coleman A  Evana,   ft.  Col 8. 3988  W.  N.   O'Neli  A Co,,  648 Soy.  St.  8.   4796-4791  STORE   *    OFMfK    II.VT1 RES    *    STORB  I-'KONTS  Ih.von   A-   Murray SS763-S766  e.vans,   Coietinin   &   Kvurtr,,   It.   Col S. 2988  VV.   NVO-.WU & Co.,  5IS  .S.-y.   St...H. 4795-4798  TAR    AND    TITCH  Hie Barrett Co., Ltd.. Hllh\- Arbuius liav. 63  Evans,   Coh'inaii   A   Evans,   It.   Col S. 2988  TILE—DRAINING  Evans. Coleman ,t Evan* Ft. Colum . . S. ''9S8  Gilley Liro.H., Nov Westminster Phones 15' 1«  Ititchl*.   Con.  & Sip.  Co.. Grunv.   Odg..S. il'ltiJ  TILK—FLOOR  AND   WALL  Evans,   Coleman   jt   Evans,   ft.   Col..       3  2988  W.  N.  O-Nell *. Co..   6-18 i'ey.  SI...S.  1795-4798  TIN TLATE8  Halfr.ur.   Guthrie   ,<i   Co S.   9197-6571  Evans,   Coleman  &   Evans,   ft.   Col H. 29S8  li.   V. Winch  A Co.,   Winch   Bid.. .S.    279-1944  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank   A.   Co.,   J 142   Hon.or   St.   .v.   4 100-4101  VACCIiM   CLEANING   SVe TICMS.  Barr A   Anderson,   1050   Homer   {.t S. 018(1  WALL    HOARDS  Evans,   Coleman- &   Evans,   ft.    .'ol S. 2981  The   Standard   Pafnt   Co.   ni  t'r laiia,   Ltd..  •130   Standard   Rank   lildjr Sev.  2V13  WATBRTROOF COI.I'OI'NII  The  riarretl  Co..  Ltd.,  I0tlic\   Arhulu*,  Itav. 63  Evans,   Cob.'inan   A   Evans,   .'t.   Col .S   2988  VV.  N^Q-.Veil  A Co.  h-18  S(/.  St...S. 479P-479*;  The   St.inilarrl   I'aint   Co.   < I   Canada.   I,Id.,  430   Standard   Rank   Hh/.; Sey.'2°13  WINDOW   SI -KEEN'S  W. N. O'Noil .t- Co.,  E IN .-.ley. ot...S. 47flr.-47Sll  WINDOW   SCREENS  Arlislir  \\'ire .V   Iron   Works,   112-16  IhifTi-rii*     Si.     I-: |.-;,ir.  _'(,.|*J  WIHF.   WORKERS  Artistic   Wire  .V   Iron   Works,   IIJ-Ii'.  DulTcrin     St.     P, I'air.  2643  WIRE .COI'E  rialfour,    Outhrle    A    '.o a. 9197-8571  Evans,  Coleman  A   K» unm,  tt.  Col S. 2988  Ritchie, Con. A Sup.  f o.. Granv.   lidg. .H   !i|(]  R.  V.   Winch  A.  Co..  Winch   BM...N." 279-194,  WHOLESALE   HOOFING  The    Hai-rctt    Co..    Ltd.,    10th       Ave.  and    Arbuius   Si Hay.       63  The  Standard   I'aint   Co.  of Canada,   ",,d  430   Standard   Rank    '"dg Sey.  2"13  Sidney   Rubber   Roofing   Co S,  4'.«<;


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