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 TfOKtr.  JM  '*$'''*,*s<"-  BC  W  |-\ '.■  RECORD  PUBLISHING   CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 21, Friday, August 2, 1918  rf REPLACE  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.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  BUILDING  MATERIAL  Tel. Sey. .4795-6.  548-550 Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT    If    h«v has    a    "bank  ACCOUNT.      No   account    ia    too  email  to receive a Courteous welcome at this bank.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446 Hasting** St. W.  J.  r.  HacDOWAXa>,  Manager  Bolts - Nuts - Bars -Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. *       Mljhland 1573  VANCOUVER, B.C. i»*mana  137J  WtLDlHO   PBBMZTS   AMOUHTZWO   TO  S500 OB  OT£B ZBBUED  AT  TBS  YAHCOUVEK  CITT KAX.Ii TESTEJtDAY  Wngiber  H—orlptlon  Coat  9404—Dwelling   .' $3,000  9406—1 sto. brick bldg $4,500  9412—church X. :. „.?35,00u  9413—dwelling , -'  13000  D414—laundry  ?1000  Street Address  -Zrot-and Block  9417—alterations  .$1800  197 1'4th W 21—V  859-65-75-85 Robson St 18-19-20—50  1160 Georgia St 7—18  2814—6th W 2-4—32  330 Union St   PowellJSt. ...:.   Subdivision  Architect  526  J. B. Arthur  541    B. Davidson  185 Matheson & DeGuerre  192     i  Owner  Contractor'  Address  J.  B.   Arthur. 2602   Ontario  B. Davidson  1012 Broughton  Matheson. &  DeGuerre....Richards   St.  Owner    Owner _...  D6m. Const. Co —.509 Richards St.  Owner  Address  Dr.  Burritt      Mclntyre  Bros   First Church of Christ Scientist..:   P. Douglas 1018 Granville St.  H. MacKinnon    B. C. Sugar Refinery _   Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel* Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  f  ip*  JT.OFCoLUMBIA AV Clayburn Firebrick and other Clayburn Products, Facing Brick, Building. Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ■ V.J  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations •  General Electrical Construction  •r»t« KTMW1 1145  Standard Bask MMbf  . »AKomi - wmwrre  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  -   Our, Stock rie thVMost Complete on the Pacific Coast -  -^.^o^aiW^So^'^illitihto^for-.tlio  -  Colobr»t«d "Baaver Brand" MapU  v  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  Vancouver, B.  1320 Richards St.  c.  ■£*Ui  '>'  THE  Ltd.  \     BENElULIIAILWAyf^COMTRACTOaB   /■  1    ""■ Sol« Aarenl» IniCeinaelei for -  Boyer Riveting A Chipping   Hammere;   Little  Giant  Drill  Electric,Tools;  Rock' Drills;. Air Compressors;  . .-,-7-jV   j-v-,   FuelOir arid Gas" Engines; *< '5r&.r-'  Duntfey  .*  Hajtreal Terttti  '542 PttaN St ■., Vastem* I. C,  pism ssi. ins   -  ±      BUILDING PERMITS       ♦  *, 9405—Yuen  Chonff," alterations,  114  Een'der E., $400; Wong tYuen,' contr. .►  ;, 9407—E. Mood j-, garage, 2043 Quebec  L*St.. $50.  ;!,, 9408—Wesley  &    Rowson,    garage,  4305 12th W., $150. , -     -  V: 9409—Robertson & Hackett, loading  shed,,False Creek, $375. --.A'-  7*9410—American    Can    Co./   garaged  cor. Railway and Princess Ave., $200.  L:9411—J. Cadham, garage, 2635 10th  W,est, $50. Y.Y   :-.  ~     J  ~*9€L&— Mrs. A.- Thomas,, garage/ ,550-  ?iith e.;$ioo.--   V"     . * ~ ' Y"'-,  ^-9416—.Mrs. A.  Ellison,, garage'; 1649  3rd E., $75.   7  .place, and a not water heating'.plant.  .''sThe' living room, dining room' and  hall down stairs will be finished three  ply veneelred panels, with four coats  of ' stain varnish,. while the , upstairs  will, be finished with four coats of,  white enamel.  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.,  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  LTD.  Phono Soy.nour 71SS  11SO Homer Street  $3,000,BUNGALOW FOR  SIXTH AVENUE WEST  F. Douglas, 1018 Granville Street, is  erecting a five-room bungalow at 2814  Sixth Avenue West, at a cost of $3000.  GET ELECTRICAL CONTRACT  FOR SHIP INSTALLATION  Mundy, Rowland & Co., electrical  ^contractors, Standard Bank' Building,  have been awarded a contract from  the Pacific Construction Co.," I^td., lor  the, electrical instalation of ships.be-  ing^built, at their yards at Port Coquitlam/' Tiis"~concern some^ time ago  was ^awarded a contract from Ithe  LyairVjShipmiilding" Co. for ,the'elec-  trical. installation, of six' auxiliary  schooners, and started work on this  contract last Monday.  «THOR"  Roller Beariig Drills •--Close Quarter Pistol Air Drills ••Rivettiif Hinairs  Chipping Hammers- -Wood lertrs-Tirtiii ill ElectricJrills  High Speed Steel-Diills-Riaioers, Etc?:  ,  Complete Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Ptione Sey.- 41 OO  :££•  "•A  &\  'Vancouver, B. C.  leadom.  WtanlpesT  Toronto  ▼aaeouTer, B.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  8TEEL,    CEMENT,    BUILDINQS,    BRIDGES,    pJPE,    RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMiNT,  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  508* Hasting* W., VaneouTwr, B. C _  Cement Testing* laboratory, Boom 1001; Phyelcal Testing taboratery, Boom Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  NEW. BUNGALOW FOR  FOURTEENTH AVE. WEST  J. B. McArthur, 2C02 Ontario Street,  has-been awarded a contract from Dr.  H. D. Burritt for the construction of  aTbne-story, five-room bungalow to be  erected at 197-14th Ave. W. The building will cost $3,000.  ?  32,662  16,046  NEW BRICK GARAGE  BUILDING FOR NELSON ST.  Contractor G. Kilgren, 962 Fourteenth Averiue East, has been awarded  a contractor from Hoffmeister Bros.,  Ltd., for the construction of a one-  stdrey brick building, 50 by 70 feet, to  be erected on the southwest corner of  Howe and Nelson Streets. Work has  already been commenced, and when  completed the building will be used  for garage purposes.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  ©EAXEBS  IV  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  TENDERS FOR MASONRY AND  CARPENTRY WORK ASKED FOR  The firm of Matheson & DeGuerre,  architects and engineers, 50S Northwest Building, are calling for teud-  ers for the Masonry and Carpenty  work in connection with the construction of the First Church of Christ  Scientists which is being erected on  Georgia Street.  The masonry tenders call for the  laying of cut stone, structural tile  work, etc., while approximately 45,000  common and pressed brick will be  used in the structure.  NEW BUILDINGS TOTAL  $132,153 FOR JULY  Building Inspector R. A. McKenzie's  report for the month of July, 1918, is  as follows:  Repairs and alterations.... 75  Dwelling  houses        9  Apartment   and   rooming  houses     —  Factories & warehouses..    6  Offices and stores    3  Total permits  Issued  for  July, 191S   93  Total  value  of  buildings  for July, 1918   Total  permits   issued   for  July, 1917  _. 46  Total  value of buildings  for July, 1917    Total number of permits  for 7 months, 1918 465  Total  value  of  buildings  for 7 months, 1918  —  Total number of permits  for 7 months, 1917 ...307  Total  value. ot  buildings  for 7 months, 1917...,  —     351,495  Structural Steel For Every Purpose    ^ ^——-  ...  ; ■-■* ■   1;  BSAKS, CSAHHEZiS. AMOXJM, RATIS, TBHS, CO&UXBTS  COlaVUTBXT XQUZmCO TAMMXGAXima 8HOVS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.    .  ralmoat 8396 sad 3397  raaeeaTer,  29,425  54,000  —     132,153  —       27,602  798,008  BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME  PLANNED FOR BIRCH STREET  Matheson & DeGuerre, architects  and engineers, 508 Northwest Building  have just completed plans for the construction of a beautiful home to be  erected for Mr. Wesley Rowsom, on  the northwest corner of 12th Ave. and  Birch St.  The new home will be a two story  structure, 22 x 50 feet, with full concrete  basement,   8   rooms,   brick   flre-  NORTH VANCOUVER NOTES.  The city council has appointed a  committee composed of Mayor Vance,  Aldermen Barclay and McBain to investigate and report of any water  front which it might be desirable ror  the city to acquire. The corporation  will, at some time later, need additional ferry terminal facilities, while the  immediate requirement is a site for a  city market.  The installation of a six-inch water  main for the Wallace Shipyards' new  S10,000 fire protection system recently  completed was authorized by the city  council. The Wallace Shipyards are  undertaking all the expenses in connection with the installation of the  main. -  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   BUILDINO  Telephone 5037  CRESCENT NOTES.  The frame woi of tlie new public  school is now up and it is expected  tlie contractors will be finished and all  in readiness for the opening of the  coming school term.  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street  Are You Looking for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splendid proposition to offer you. A throe-story, mill constructed building, 80x120, and 70 feet vacant hind adjoining-, located on the  corner of Victoria Drive and Albert Street. This is a. mortgage sale and the  price and terms will suit you.    I^et us show you this.  GENERAL ADKINTSTaATIOlT SOCIETY    Credit Ponder Bldg-. 850 ECaetlngv Street Wert  Forcings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone S3  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  (Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  RTOCORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  HH3  SHIPBUILDING« MARINE  te>v**+'**':>+***+*<*<i-**+*+.i'+++  4  I Mining News  Telephone Seymour 7808.  Address:   S83  Homer-Richards Lane  Bear of 431 Dunsinuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One month    $1.00  Six ,months : f 5.00  Payable striotlv in advance.  ROADS. .  The engineer has submitted a statement to the municipal council'showing  the cost of the repairing and resurfacing Alma road to be $4,882.3,5, half of  which the city of Vancouver is expected to pay.  A cloud-burst did considerable damage to the roads in the vicinity of Ashcroft. The Ashcroft hill, which' had  been lately repaired and was getting  into good condition, was practically  TUined.  NANAIMO NOTES.  . Contractors J.' Steel and   Son   are  putting a new , roof on i the Nanaimo  city  hall.    Probably  next  year  four,  jiew walls."will be, erected,"arid thus in  \ the course of time Nanaimo will .have5  a new hall  built on the- installment  Plan. ; , -     ;u ' - -  *4+e+*4F++*+++***+**+*P+*4+  t    '*  PLUMBING PERMITS     J  Last'name appearing in each permit  given is contractor.        -     ,     . ,  . 75786 to 15787. ' ,'--•*.  '; 2112-7-W. Scott, 1630; 1st _W.; tfair-  'view plumbing'Co.     '     .    -,   ,  ' 2113—B. Co|kJ 1049 Nelson St.; A. J.-  Mortimer.  ORIENT WILL AID  IN  SHIPBUILDING  WASHINGTON, D. C—The United  States, turning to its associates in the  Orient for aid in meeting the shipping  crisis, has let new contracts for ships  to Japan which will make a total of  more than $100,000,000 to be spent for  tonnage in the island kingdom and in  China.  Announcement was made recently of  the awarding of contracts for 30 vessels to 13 Japanese yards.   All of the  ships will be of 6500 tons or more and  the total tonnage will be 253,000. These  ships are in addition to 127,000l purchased  from Japan and 150,000  tons  chartered at a total cost of $78,000,000  of which $20,000,000 has been expended.    First  contracts awarded  by the  United States to a Chinese yard were  made public, calling for the building  of 120,000 tons at a cost of .approximately $30,000,000.       . \ *  Japan' will deliver to this country  about 130,000 tons of  ships  by, September ,1 and will continue deliveries j  at regular intervals   as    the    United  States supplies the steel]for "the, vessels.   Altogether, about 135,00<£tons of  steel will besent-to-Papan:   Some of  the' ships will be put "immediately' into  the war zone" service, while others will  be used in the coastwise   and    South  American trades.  All camouflaging of ships built for  the shipping board will be supervised  hereafter by the navy department.  TO BUILD SHIPS ON  SONGHEES  RESERVE  VICTORIA—-The first business attended to by Hon. John Oliver on his  arrival at the parliament buildings on  Monday was the issuance of instructions for the preparation of a lease for  a shipbuilding site on the Songliees reserve, near the spot known as Mud  Bay. Three and^a half acres of land  will thus be leased' to the Choi berg  Ship Company for a period of eighteen  months and immediate construction of  three 1500-ton wooden vessels will be  commenced for   Norwegian   registry. J per con^ent being an average of 15 per  The arrangement to be entered into be-cent     The  8ampies   from  the r strike  "There is more activity in mining  circles in the Slocan district at the  present time than there has been for  years," was ' the optimistic ^message  which Fred A. Starkey, mining man of  the city brought back with him after  spending" a week in the well known interior mining district.  "An unusually large number of small  mines are in operation," he said, "and  although I had little time to investigate thoroughly the numerous properties now being developed, I was surprised to find .active development being done on many claims which" have  been idle for some time."  More satisfactory conditions for the  small operator is the reason given by  Mr. Starkey for the optimistic situation. "It's here and there and everywhere," the mining man says, "all  that is needed is development."  Reports of rich ore struck on the  Princess group of copper claims up the  coast is brought to the city by Mr. J.  Carmichael. The ore is bornite, gold  and silver, and - an' assay just made  here, average "samples' of the lead being  taken, gave $97.34- to the ton, the cop  can be used in a  hundred ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting gas to your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carrall mnii Masting; sts. ' 'Phone Seymour SOOO  tween the. company and the gdvern-  ment provides for a lease at a monthly  rental._'  - , '^'":Y^  British Columbia Yards  •"7,  Wood aTbipbtUldma- riant*.   °  Cameron Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria. 7-       "  Foundation Company of B. C-, Ltd., Victoria.   -   o '-f,    ,    -    •  Lyall fShipbuilding  Co.,   I^orth Vancou-  ver,V r-r >■        -, ?    '"  New   Westminster   Ens;.   A  Const  , Poplar Island.    -    " ' ,  are' some pf the finest ore of this character brought to Vancouver, according  to mining men. It was taken from No.  1 and No. 2 tunnel. A third tunnel Is  being driven to tap the ore_ body at a  depth of 400 feet. rThe owners''expect  to ship ore this fall.      r,    , "„ ^   ,^.  ,_A scowload of   ore of 600 tons from  Westover, Alaska,- has arrived at* the  1  Ladysmith smelter.   -It is- understood  that operations -will resume within a  USE  Co:' J couple of weeks.  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  ,.    , ' Phone Bay. 772  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  j  -a"  Bamberton Cement  *1  4.»-i ♦ i ♦ i»i ♦ t»i»i»i»i»1 ■•♦*,< ■♦  ARCHITECTS  *   ,   .      ♦  VoW 1 ♦l*'l'» W1* I **.**'» r«>l'**»*  /Benzie   Jas. A., 510,Hast. W...-Sey. 3800  Bryan & Gillam,' 509 Richards-Sey. 6508  ,     Cox, A: Arthur,-F.R.I.B.A., 1142    '     '  L   Pender W. ..:.:.7_.:.r..:.-..'......,.'.....Sey.-3»72  >Eualton*"*"Bvelelgh, €16  J  r   Hast. ^ J&:7..T..r:.^w.?:.;;.w:..'.. ..Sey:. «62  7-€ardiner,i F." G.v oVtMenper.   71*>Gran.;  \<f - Seymour S672.-~*.    ^   ,-- r  ;Cardiner,  yfm.  Frederick,^718, i .  -  i'--*' Gran ...t ......5. Sey., I67Z  i-Henderson;i- A. .'Ernest,-*39-4S       ,^ +..,  *.     Davte   Chambers   Bldg.,; 616-  "   "   Hastings-;W.- .«. .'- Sey.   '784  Honeyman & Curtis, 821  Pender W.<■;, .._ '-■?>**■ 1°S.  Macey,  Frank, 470 Gran Sey. 1804  Matheson.  Robt. M., 509 Rich...Sey.  6038  Palmer,  Bernard C,  616 Credit  Foncier Bldg Sey. 3680  Pratt &^Ross,  736  Gran Sey.  155/  Sharpe & Thomson. 620     .«  Pender   XV.     -* Sey. 1064  Somervell  A   Putnam,   626  Pender   W Sey.  6230  Townley, Fred L. 325 Homer. ..Sey. 8013  Twizell,  R. P. S.,  837 Hast.W..Sey. 7925  t    OFFICIAL DIRECTORY    |  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor R. H. Gale  > "' City Council r  '-  Ward 1- - Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2  :._..W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3  -W. C. Marshall  Ward 4  Jos- Hoskins  Ward 5-.— - W. R. Owen  Ward 6  S. C. Elliot  Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8  F. P. Rogers  Financial & Clerical Departments  Clerk  Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. J- Johnstone  Accountant -A. J. Pllkington  Engineering Department  Engineer  F. U Fellowes  Building Department  Building Inspector. JR. A. McKenzie  Water Department  'Secretary ~S. J. Montgomery  Health   &  Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. UnderhiU  Library  Librarian  »-'4-Rfw- D°u«lft8  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers, Chairman  A- C. J. Leek G. W. Hatchings  M. S. Logan       George Eldon  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician C. H. Fletcher  Street ol Sewers Department  Superintendent -...John Morton  Police Department  Police Magistrate....... H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk ...:..JB. Robinson  Solicitor - ■• B- F. Jones  Prosecutor R- L- Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief •.-- J- H- Carlisle  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  "W« specialize In prompt service^ for Contractors)' J  , temporary power Installations  •BxC^EtTEiCTRljE:-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  -T < - * -i  'Phone   SepobT   5000   ud   have   nr   representative   call  f**  Bulldos Cable  Pacific/ Lime  !  f.   TT      V-i*    ~v>i  K  .Xi. .■•*  ^  R. V. WINCH & COW Limited  "     ,  Vancouver and Victoria  &  -•T  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  • mVt  PATRONIZINQ,.  PROPOSED   NEW   WORK  Charaeter.  Armory  .■■ttmated Cost   $360,000  VANCOUVER  Harbor Works    Bank & office bldg..  Hotel, C. N. Ry   ..Not given  Xioeatloa   Grandvlew      Kitsilanu  Reserve     Hastings. A Oranvllle-  False Creek Fill     Ownet   Government  ....Government  —Royal Bank  ...C. N. Ry.-tCo.  f*  Srebltect   Perry  & Fowler   ,  Sovernment    No archt. commissioned yet.  ■nana m«sdy  'repaying  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  {r  Cheap Rates  UNION STATION  'Phono Seymour 405  -11.  MAIN STREET  UCPBOVSJaJUHTB USTE1> Htll  Post Office $252'S22  POHt Office 136,000  Concrete  Oarage   SBXATB&Y BBIiOW AJtZ PBOPOSXD  BTTT SATE  BEBB POaTPOBBO:  Oore and Keefer   South Vancouver..  Flfta * Fir Sts   ...ZDom. Govt  .^.'.—Dom.' Govt  ..Ford Motor Co.  R5J™    ^ov! "  Delayed  Dom.   Govt   Delayed  Owners     Delayed  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Hlflrhland 72S  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  »l»4*i»l»i♦ 1»;»i»i»i»i♦■I,** ♦■i.*i»i»i»i,»^.,  0  Onaraete*    • Cost  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Xoeatloa  Owner  Architect  ..Plans Beady  —:.i  POLES  Y  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30 -7.0Q- 9.00  PRICES 20c -30c  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  '■ t.e t «.■!.» 1 ♦ t 0*»*»*»».a.M,,W.».»   +4+±±*+++++^v+x ltl|l#tl#,|.#^  4*t.  OfficeI813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  "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 gladiy given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. 0. <r  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buvlna Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard foot control  Price $2.25,  Gatrell 6c Hastincs  Sey. 2106 1259 Granville St.  ,     FORD CARS  GRAY- & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Suluvan-Taylor Motor Co.  250 Kingsway Fair. 2730  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone  Seymour 6411 Quick   Service  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  Tires  Motor Accessories  851  Pender St. W .-. Sey  3053  'SAXON  SALES   COMPANY  ,   Distributors for  SAXON AUTOMOBILES  , 1272  Granville Si.         Sey.3391  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs   ■  i        .        - '  Vulcanizinc **''     ,  1234 Granville St. Sey.  1184  LITTLE GIANT OPENS  BRANCH IN CALGARY  Mr. Leslie W. Pearson, manager of  the Little Giant Motor Truck Co., is  at present in Calgary, where he is  •making arrangements for the opening  of a new branch, to be managed by  Mr. James Bettlestone, who has for  some time been connected with Mr.  Pearson in this city. While making'  this trip, Mr. Pearson will go on to  Edmonton,' where, in all probability;  another distributing point for the Little Giant will also be] opened. Mr,  Pearson will return to Vancouver next  week. ; -        . - *  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  4 'l * « *  "All that the Name Implies"  Leslie W. Pearson, Mgr.-"  Granville  el  Pacific '.".„ jSejr. , 331  CONSOLIDATED, MOTOR* CO.; LTD.  Packard — Nash — Maxwell. ,  Trucks 'and Passenger Cass ■■  1230 Georgia St.„„...:.„  Seymour 4030  BLACK BROS., LIMITED,-^.     ,  Automobile Supplies—Car Bodies''  Tops and Seat Covers    ^_ >  1111-15 Homer St............J. Sey. 668-69  AUTO BIG HELP  TCVINSURANCE MAN  / r J  "That the automobile is a drect factor in the insurance business," is the  assertion, made to W. L. Hughson of  the KisselKar in a letter written by a  prominent state agent, who adds:  ' "I could not afford a car for pleasure.  The business I am in takes me over  three states. Since the train service  has been so materially- reduced, without an automobile I could not possibly;  take care of even fifty per cent, of the  •present, work I have to do.,-. It-is'a  direct factor in my business." » r  SAXON  WINS  BIG  ECONOMY PRIZES  Complete details on the wonderful  economy run made by the Saxon Six  during "the Los Angeles to Yosemite  Valley excursion recently were received by B. J. Cameron, head of the  Saxon Six Company, distributors for  Saxon cars in this territory.  During the rjrfi of 365 miles, the  Saxon achieved 29.3 miles per gallon  as officially proclaimed, winning the  cup for its class and also the grand  prize. The contest was under the supervision, of the A. A. A., and the  awards were under its auspices.  omically by motor trucks with trailers  These tracts have been left untouched for years due to the high cost of  building a railroad, and even at this  time when prices for timber are high,  it is impossible to handle these small  tiacts with, railroad equipment.  The cost per mile of railroads Into  the logging country, not including  equipment,' is about $20,000, where  with ,jtruck and trailer a suitable road  can be constructed at from $1500 to  $5000- and the initial cost of equipment is very low in comparison. Besides, with the standard of railroad  equipment, grades must be held to  about 3 per cent, while with the truck  from 10 to 1E> per cent grades are not  uncommon.  ' The motor truck with trailer is no  longer an experiment. Thousands of  trucks are now. in operation and comparative figures show gratifying results':  TRUCKS USEFUL IN  LOGGING CAMPS  I With the increasing demand for timber used in construction of ships ana'  airplanes,.the motor truck is' coming  into its.own in the. logging camps of  this country, says G. C. McMullen, representative for the Timkin Roller  Bearing Co. of Detroit, Mich.  Mr. McMullen while" in this section  recently "made a special investigation  of the'logging work and stated there  were thousands of isolated tracts^pX.  timber which could be bandied ecbn-  ONfc SOLEMN THOUGHT  Tire Repairs - Auto Repairs  We have'just added to our extensive tire business an Auto Repair Department manned by men who have had considerable experience Jn the repair  '' business both here and in France.    '   ..   " ,-,.'..  *        '      - - We can fixyour car from  top to' bottom.  ,'-      -       .  DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  1234 Granville. St.  G.  S. HOGKiasr, Manager.  Seymour- 1184  Vancouver, B. C.  %  t  f  ♦  t  ♦  %  %  %  t  t  %  *  ♦  *  ♦  t  *  Canadian Allis-Chalmers Ltd.  f  •5*  Mining Machinery  Saw Mill Machinery  Centrifugal Pumps  X  Steam Pumps  Hydraulic Power Plants  r &jr-Y    *>,  i   *-r~ ' -'-*- -"rf- *.  ♦  t  ♦  .*  ♦  ♦  t  *  *  '*  I  +  t.  Head Office   -   -   -   -   Toronto, Orit.  '    VANCOUVER BRANCH OFFICE  1063 Pender St., W.  Seymour  ♦  f  +  *  Willie—Say, pop. when does a man  reach the age of discretion? <  Mr. Henpeck—When he realizes that  he is too old to marry.  '  ,     i  ,it.J \ .   «>,,^  *   i-   fST-  ?'&Y, 1 ,'-  |A THE BATTERY  . FOR YOUR CAR  40 per cent, longer, life  ,18 .months'-Guarantee  PRICE    NO  HIGHER  -  Call and see us when passing    *■ , j  JARVIS ELECTRIC CO.  Distributors for B. C.  570 Richards St.  Seymour '175  ■v  Brute Endurance Is Built In Every  LITTLE GIANT  You buy giant stamina in your LITTLE GIANT  TRUCK. 1;12 per cent, reserve strength is built into  every part of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS offer $200.00 to $800.00  more value than do any other makes. Special heavy duty,  high powered motor—disc type clutch — oversize heavy  duty Timken bearings — Duntley Pneumatic Generator  that burns kerosene, distilate or gasoline, showing a saving of over 50 per cent.  IF YOU WANT TO CUT YOUR HAULING  EXPENSES, SEE US. WE CAN SHOW YOU  AND  PROVE   IT.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Du/rtt£ffju^  ftiau/mdxc!  3u*4(Je/n«Aaiot  Vancouver  tKa uMoljwlhftft  qA/^<nft,rayiiWflmfl,  diAtil6rxts;(rXa/iU|  othcA fow-yvah  amd cpAJta,:  TTloUrrufi^  AUTO TOPS; DELIVERY BODIES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  COMMERCIAL AUTO SPECIALISTS  X. TUPPER & STEELE; LTD. -    -  j; ■   ■   ^  FUNERAL CARS AND AMBULANCES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  ONE, ONE-AND-A-HALF AND TWO-TON  TRUCK ATTACHMENTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  PAINTING AND VARNISHING  TUPPER & STEELE., LTD.  SEAT COVERS AND TRIMMINGS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TWO AND FOUR-WHEEL TRAILERS  ' TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TRACTORS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WAGON *HEARSES CONVERTED  TUPPER & STEELE,"LTD.  WELDING, MACHINING, WHEEL AND ENGINE  WORK  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TUPPER & STEELE, Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phones Bay. 138 and 139. 1667-9 Third Ave., W.  j  LEEK & CO., LTD.  Consulting and Contracting  Heating and Ventilating Engineers  Seymour  661 1098 Homer St.  VANCOUVER B. C E> #  *"'  /,?  5SR  --■  •—•!«(fHpij«.f-*'^  ,rfW  -.■*■*!*.• 1  •  »-\ -*v r .>->/-..*   -*1-     **  U  BRITISH, COmMBlA^EOORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  .PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  M  BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  i  »  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  fhue Sefwoor  1060 Hooler SL  Vaaesimr B. C.  CONTRACTORS REFUSE  ?rt  CARPENTERS'  DEMANDS  Building contractors have definitely  retused to meet the demands of the  carpenters for increased jwages on  August 1, and, according to a report  at the headquarters of the carpenters'  union yesterday, a "showdown" Is ex-  pected. ' ?  Business Agent Thomas said the carpenters were determined to enforce  their demands. They seek an increase  from $5.50 a day to $6.50, but are willing to finish old contracts at the old  rate of pay. The contractors have  made an otfer of an increase to $6.00.  About 300 men will beJaffected'in  the event of a strike.  SEALS    STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   MCTAL STAMPS,   METAL  CHECKS.  TIME   CHECKS.  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS   SIGNS,   NUMBERING   MACHINES,   BADGES   OF  ALL   KINDS.   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to S16 PENDER ST., W.  Schaake Company Ltd., Industrial  Island, for the enlargement of their  preseut shop building, store house,  new pattern shops and a new foundry building 120x40 feet. As soon as  the plans are completed tenders will  be called for, a notice of which will  appear in this paper.  INSURANCE  IN  ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  T  ���*■  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  'LIMITEOh'  ';  -  \' ^VYA."9ohmmi'0gt.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  FOUNDATIONS,  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  PACIFIC   GREAT   EASTERN  RAILWAY.  Sealed tenders on unit price basis,  addressed to the undersigned and endorsed for the completion of,,forty-two  ■miles of the above line, will be received at this office until 5 -|p.m. Friday, August 2, 1918.  Alternative bids will be received on  cost plus basis. . \-  Plans and- specifications and blank  forms of tender can be seen, at the  office of the Pacific Great'XEastern  Railway, Engineering Department,  Welton Block, Vancouver, and,at the  Department of Railways, Victoria.  The department does not bind itself  VICTORIA—The Marine Department is calling for tenders for the  construction of a concrete boat ways  at Clayoquot, west coast or Vancouver Island, to which point the TJclue-  let power lifeboat was recently transferred.  Plans of the proposed ways can be  seen'at the local offices of the Marine  Department,   Wharf   Street.  REAL ESTATE  CITY       PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  r  'VICTORIA.—The  plans  for the extension  to the Tranquille Sanitarium  have  been   prepared  and   will  reach  the     Provincial     Government     soon,  when they will be considered by Hon.  Dr. ' MacLean,   Provincial   Secretary,  and  when  approved  tenders   will   be  called   for  and   the  work started   as  soon   as   possible.  -'The   cost   of   the  structure will be jointly borne by the  Proincial  and Dominion governments  each  contributing  $75,000.,  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES        ;  RENTS  CCLIECTEO  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,- Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHES 1886  739 Hastings St. W. Vancouver  -    Telehpone Seymour 72320  SAY I  i  i     ,  '^lANJAK SPECIFICATION"  ROOFING FOR YOUR NEW WORK  "MANJAK" i« a five-ply solid mopped  roof of heavy Asphalted Felt laid with Special Man jak Asphalt, refined at our own plant  at Sidney. B. G. . The surface is flooded with  the Manjak Asphalt, and from 250 to 300 lbs.  of coarse Smelter Slag for each square is embedded in this mass while hot.  Owners of Tub "CLIVE"  fioneral Tof Ing  324Fr*ifSt "*  M i  TUlffcsM  Wtstniistir  to accept the'lowest"or any tender.  A. F. PROCTOR,.  V - «7 ^GhiefsEn«in€  ,-   , -    .<-,    .—'iiieer.  Department qf^Railways, B*C.» office  ofVthe;-Chief ^Engineer," Victoria^ July  22-1918.' '   "■*?' ?,   .,   *  M~ Trim. .'.^-- «   <j% j.* '£*>*■ 'gt;-!. -   i,'  -f 1 < -   V.-I  2^  Y¥-*  &r_tY'^;i    *     ■  - 1  DIXON  *  " * -  ^^'^iiia^w^TMi  ror°  r1  *7 "t__ - t-£     **-  r ' -■• U  ^$i«w;cASEs,ofncE  ' a* STORE HTTUI6S  v^il  ^y^n-j_  M  _ CWPEHTEI WOIR  |f|7s kY >*-*  NOTING, WWiWUfi  UU.S0MJN1NG  ^v *? -f ■♦"■■*■  ?«-■  'fife  .NOTICE T.O-:CONTRAC  Sey. 17651     Sey.l766  1065 Dunsmuir St.   .  I  i*i*" bHw      v      f    V'  E.A.  Plumbing  * *   i  and  *       *   r.  Steamfltting  s&Sealed^Tenders./addressed ;$ to the  undersigned and endorsed Tender for  Shed,and Trackage on Pier No. ,3, Victoria, B.C.,';fwill<be'received at this  office until i2 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, August 13, 1918,"for tlie'construc-  'tion\of .one" "woodenJ'shed, i'trackage,  etc.^on or. near-Pier No. 3 at Victoria^  B. C. , <' . ,fj  \' Plans and forms of contraction toe  seen and specifications and 'forms of  contract obtained at ^hk Department  'and *iat7the office,, of ?the"7pistrict*!Engineer at Victoria, B^C, ""and at the  Post Office, .Vancouver, *B: c. '"*-., 7"  v.! Tenders..willi not^be considered un-  les's'made upon forms supplied "by the  Department" and^'in ""'accordance  withr  conditions set^forth herein.T  "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 per,  cent, of the amount of the tender.  Note.—Blue prints * can be obtained  at the Department of Public Works by  depositing an accepted bank cheque  for;sum of $25 payable'to the order  of the Minister of Public Works, which  will be returned 'if the intending bid-'  der submit a regular bid.  R. C. DESROCHERS,  ' - Secretary  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 15," 1918.  15462-  15463;  15461-  3 5465-  15466-  1033 OranvMIs St.  Vancouver. B. C.  PImmm Say. 136  Res. Bay. 77  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  >*     .   ^*  MiRiMONT 146L     962 14th AVE. E.  I    V  S. J. Triokey  33. E. Elliott  CENTRAL [SHEET  METAL  SHfi&T, WeVER, BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAXTiEtANT  EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  JaEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  I^ione Bey. 520     151^ Fender St. W.  .    fiUfCOWVEJS, B. O.  NOTrCE TO CQNT'RACTORS  OCEAN FALLS SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender  for Ocean Vails* School" "will be received by the. Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon  of Tuesday,  the  6th   day of August",  1918, for the erection and completion  of a  four-room   School and  Outbuildings   at   Ocean   Falls * in   the   Prince  Rupert Electoral District, B.  C.  < Plans and   specifications, also conditions of contract,' can ndw be seen  at the offices of the Government Agent,  Courthouse, ^Vancouver;   Dr. Christie,  Secretary of the School Board, Ocean  Falls;   or the Department of   Public  Works, Victoria, B. C.  ,r Lowest or'.any .tender  not necessarily accepted. t.i ■'■■ Y  A. E. FOREMAN,    ,  ■   Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C.  July 6th, 1918.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  MXSCEI.I.ANEOUS   PBOFOBAL3  Plans  are now '''being; prepared  by  architects    Gardiner    &   Mercer   for  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS,  FROM JULY 10th TO JULY'25th.  following Is-a Complete List of New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  ,    r "'Vancouver and District:  iNTo. ,     . Name   s * "^Address    '    ,Car  laVei—T.~P. Smith,  cor.'.Cotton 'Dr. and  Charles St.—Ford.'   t   '  -Mrs. TX. Hall 2217 Triumph—Ford  :H.   Shull,   3590   Pine, Crescent—  Aic-LauKhhn.        ^   -   "    -  •F. Gavin,  1000 Pender B.—McLaughlin. -     „ „  •A.  Wood,- 2027—34th  Ave.—Ford.  Dr. H. F. Mitchell, 610 Jervis St.  —Ford.     <  15467—H. 'Smith, River Rd.—Ford.  1546S—P. Lawson,  3907 Tupper'St —  Ford. '  15469—Imp.'Transfer Co, 1000 Hamilton  ^^■j^i'Little Giant.  15"t70—B.   Farris,   Comox  St.—McLaugh.  15471—F.   Schommer,   Amer.   Can.   Co —  Willys-O.  15472—H.'Taylor.'1341  Beach  Ave.—  - Gray-Dort.' L. ' 2 1" / " '  154 73—V. Maxwell, Ladner,—McLaughlin  15474—W. "Huntley, 520 Burrard—Chevro  15475—Campbell-Gordon Co.—Chevrolet  15476—E.  McKay,  1109 Harwood—Mc-  .  . Laughlin. •   '  15477j_T. Callos, .1840 6th W.^-Oray-Dt.  15478—A, McCullough, 1377 Hornby—.]  ''Ford. »'.», ^  15479—G. Kent. 1853 Main St—Ford.-J"''  15480—A.  McDonald!''195"Hastings '"E.-fi  S -    ', Ford. .„-%.    ;,'- . - '* *   ,> 7  15481—S.- Matsumlya,  130' Cordova J3-—  Oldsmohile.  15482-7-Leeson, Dickie,,Gross & Co.—/»,  f Chevrolet.     -   '   ' r *  154S3—A. Wilson,- 2122 Alberta St.—Ford  15484-i-McLellan   &   McCarter,   1605 '6th  t   W.—Little Giant.  15485—F. R. Stewart & Co.—Ford j  154S6—Mrs. J. Langill, 1721 Albert'St.—  Ford.  15487—R. Penny, Pt. Grey Rd.—Ford.  >  15488-—Mrs. K. Mason, 3330 3rd W.—    '  Chevrolet.  15489—R. Rogers, 1795 3rd W.—Ford.  15490—David Spencer, Central Garage,—  Briscoe.      « "*  15491—Mah Ling, 1620 Albert St.--"Bris-  coe.  15192—Al. A. Hill, 1335 12th"E—Ford.  15493—J. T. Baker, Essondale^—McEfough  15494—Ferrier & Lucas—McLaughlin.  15495—W   M. Burnett, 2235 Triumph St.  —Briscoe. • •>    '  15496—B.  Gillott  1029  Melville  St.4-  Mitchell.    ' -     *  15497—S. Sutor. Chllliwack—Hudson.  15198—Mrs. J. Burns, Shaughnessy Hgts.  —Chevrolet. t '  15499—Standard  Milk Co—Ford.  15500—E, E. Gibson, 790 Granville—Ford  15501—H. Cotterell, 329 Railway St.-^  Maxwell. t- V'  15502—H. McCartney, Marpole—Ford.  15303—B. Curtain, Pender Garage—Ghev  15504—G Woods, 738 Cardero—Chevrolet  15505—A. Lamb, 2153 Sth W.—Willys-O  15506—H. Dyke. N. Vancouver—Gray-Dt.  15507—H   Harvey,- Ltd., 449 Homer S,t.—  Maxwell. ?'  15508—J. A. Murray, 53 Sth E—Ford;.'    -  15509—E   Cochinour, 1437 10th E.'— J-Mc-  Laughlin. %.  15510—American Can. Co., 4th A Trsfal-  ' gar—Dodge    . \  15511—A. Robb,  156 51st W.—Ford, -i  15512—P-   Oourlay,   543  Granville  $t.—  -Jodge. /j.  15513—iv..   _^.ierty, Lulu  Island,—Little  Giant. {  15.-.1I—R Gillrie, 327 nth E.—Chevrolet.  15.') 15—F. Alexander. 1776 10th W.—Qiev  15516—J. Burgess, N. "Vancouver—E.M.F.  15517—R. Lyons—Packard. ,"*  15518—E.   Hyland,   1537   10th  E — Fofrd-  15519—J.  Dalgleih, White Cliff—Ford.  15520—C. Gcrmyn, Lynn Valley—Chevro.  15521—T.   Jackson,   Kingsway—Met/7  15522—Vancouver Toy Co, 169 20th XV.—  Ford ■ ^  1552.'!—J. Alorr's. Drake & Hornbv—Pforcl  15521—R.  Clarke.COn   12th  E—FordS  15525—Dr.   bans—Chevrolet. |  15526—Van.  Drug Co.—Ford. *  15527—Main  Junk. Co..  Main St.—Foijd.'  15528— J.'Chatwfn, Pt.  Grey Rd.—Ford.  15529—A. Johnston,  1699 Laurier. AVo,—  McLaughlin.- "; ?  15530—G. Bawns, 936 22nd W.—McLaUgh  .:5531—-E. Adams, 1906 13th W.—Grayrpt  1.5532—W. l-^rederick. Ladner—Nash,  jr.:  15533—P. Burns  A Co.—Little Giant.t  15534—P.: Burns A Co.—Republic       ' *±  15535—Mrs. C. D'urant, 2966 Trinity St,—  McLaughlin.. ■■.'■■'■■ -V'.  15536—AV Parker, 'Steveston—Ford,     fr  15537—W.  P.   Buckingham—Chevrolet.  15538—J.  E.  Elliott.  Chllliwack—Stude'r  15539—G. H.  Scott—Cadillac. I ,  15510—E. Berry—Maxwell.  15541—Sun Ylck Co.—Maxwell  15542—M; Vedeck, Pr.  Rupert  155 41—3. Wright, 3917 Albert St.—Ford.  15545—Lee Keet 3S22 Hastings E.-^-Ford  15516—Slater   Bros.,   123   Hastings   E —  Ford.  15547—XV. S.'Donaldson, 609 Hamilton-  Ford.'  M554S—The  World,  Ltd.—Ford,  15519—R. Cooper, Nanaimo—Ford.  15550—A'. Martin, 220 2nd Ave.W.—Ford.  ,15551—Empire Stevedoring Co., 301 Welton  Blk.—Chevrolet.' -  - v .  lo552—S.   Lotzkar,   321   Hawkes  Ave.—  l-ord. - >  155b3—3. McNamara, 552 ^Seymour St.—  i. ,        Saxon. '       - -f. vo  13551—Lee Main, 218 Keefer St.—Reo.-  15555—W,  Mprden, 317, Lonsdale Ave.  1       •   jBuIckr"     -."■     "      -'-■■■'  15556—W. XV. *Ells,  Chalmers.  15557—F. E , Heay, 2016 Kitchener wt.—  Willys-O.   s  >6*72:>Pt'1 Grey^'Road-  15558-  15559-  V. AVilliams, 671 Keefer'St.—Ford  ■A Poffenbargar,-Hastings, St.—  Ford. 1  15560—Price   &'J Green—Ford, -i   --   •   --  15561—Mrs. Alexander,  3515  16th' XV. —  Mavwell."  15562-^A.  R. Hoy,, 1709 Woodland Dr.—  Ford. „,    *"  ,15563—Balfour,, Guthrie   CoV  739   Hastings W.—Pord.   "      v,' '  15564—R. Sim, 282 19th E.-^Ford.-~  15565—Quong Wong, 816 Jackson Ave.—  McLaughlin.  15566—Maxwell & Kelly, 235 10th "W  Ford. .   _  ir,567—Geo. Wellington, 440-Gore Ave.—  G ray-Dor t.-        - - ».. ^-,    - ,,,  155G8—J. SutclifTe 842 Burrard—Ford.-'  15569—H. Munwick,-S.'Vancouver—i-orfl  15570—B. .Thompson. 2989 3rd. W:—Ford  J5571—Chas. Lesile,' 3130 2nd W.—Ford.  15"672-^A'.Travis, 4261  Sophia St.—Chev.  15573—Vancouver Pickle  Co.—Ford.  15574—wra. A. Morritt, 864 Hornby -St.—  '   7Willys-Or;'J'   ,    -   "■"k  sJlBurke & Cameron. 152 Water Stv  ,—tittle "Giant-'-"-        -     ^A-.^r.*  WORKMANSHIP  GUARANTEED BY THE FACTORY  ONE PRICE  -  $7.50 PER SQUARE  ' , ■ - '  SIDNEY RUBBER ROOFING  ■^-•--.-A-ueoMBA^^'lJMiTEi>  Contract! Department,. r  402 Pender Street West,  Seymour 4149      r/ Jvaincbuver, B. C.  V  is  15575-  15576—W.-^W.   Smith.   1537 cKingfiway— ^ =    -  s -Ford.       *'-   '-i.>   *    '        „ . Vr,j,  i     <£>, =  15577—Fr Jordan,  670~17th-W.—E.M-F. ^> =  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTEACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315      511 Donamuir St  15543—3.'1 Burmeston,  N.  F'ord.  'J.  -Little JG.  Vancouver-  '—I  1557ff_iw. Malslater, 1669 3rd W.—Ford  15579—J. Brynes, Seymour Garage^'^,,  •Gray-Dort,   '   -   '    -     ~     -   ''^^'  lSSSO-^-Mrs.  A.  Conkey, "470  Granville—  -■' Franklin.  155S1—R. Stewart, Chilhwack—Chevro.-"  15582—H. Stewart, Central Garage^-'Ford  15583—L Foster, 156,13th W.—StudeWkr  15584—A. Short, 1508 Georgia St.—Dodge"  15585—J. Carter, Port' Mann—Chevrolet  15586—F. Jones, 215 15th W.—Willys-O  15587—D. E. Brown Travel Bureau—Ford  155S8—C. Ott, Chllliwack—Studebaker.  15589���C. Cultur, N. Westmin.—Dodge.-  15590—F. Barger, 857 14th E.—Ford. *  15591—Scott   Bros./ 801   Broadway   E —  ,    Ford. " "**.  15592—W. Carter, 7739 Main,St.—Ford.  15593— - -        .">  V  15594—Mrs. R. .Coutts, 1125-Granville—  Nash.     , *.  15595—B.   A.  Williams—Willys-O.  15596—B. Hardie,   809 Heatley Ave.—  Chevrolet.  1=^7—r   Maltlev, 755  25th W.—Ford/-  115598—Vancouver Breweries, 11th & Yew  '   —Ford.  15599—Pacific Stove & Furnace Co—Ford  15600—T. Thompson, 734 Main St—Ford  ,15601—J. Bell, CollIngwood—Ford.  15602—Lim Kee, 1 Pender W.—McLaugh.  15603—R. Tisdale,  2237 Victoria Dr—  Ford.  15604—Van. Auto Livery, 1249 Granville  —Ford, . r  15605—G. Inamoto, 226 Powell St.—Ford  15606—E. M. Heaps, 1816 Nelson—Willy  15607—G   Proctor—McLaughlin.  16608—W. Kennedy, 316 Lakewood Dr.-r-  Chevrolet. -i  15609—B. C. University—Ford. - '  15610—'  ...  15611—Ajax Window Cleaning Co.—i-ord  15612—H. Percival. 2027 Yew St—Ford.  15613—^nrli-ew Lar-son, 2172 Turner St.—  Ford.  15611—Wm.  V.  O'Neil,  550  Seymour St,  —Ford.  15615—B. Slater, 123 Hastings E.—Ford.  15616—R   McConaghy,  1211  11th  E   —  Maxwell. t  15617—Young Soon & Co—Chevrolet.  1561S—Poaver Auto Transfer Co—Little  Giant. ;  15619—M.   Gamage.    1640   Alberni   St —  Chevrolet  15620—R.  Trethaway,  Abbotsford—Gray  Dort.  15621—J. Ra.xter, 555 Hornby St.—Gray-.  Dort.  .1.5022—F.  A.  Wilson,  1245  13th W.—  Willys-O.  15623—R. r\, Marine, Victoria Dr.—Max-  • welf. -  15624—Imp. Mln. of Munitions—Ford.  1."-"5-S. McCann, loco, B. C—Ford.  15626—  15627—E.  Edwards,   14R6  20th  E.—Chev.  15628—-J.   Howson,   Hotel  Vancouver  —?  Oakland. \  15629—J.  A.  Cairns,, 1649 Robson  St. —  Chevrolet.  15630—C.   L.   Bishop,   1023  Granville  St.!  Ford.  15631—J.   Richmond,   2342  Kingsway —  Ford.  15032—F. Rose, 1069 Granville—Ford.  15633—D. J. McKenzie,  740 11th E. —  Ford.  15634—C. Leland, 376 Main St.—Maxwell  «Y  City's*£ife andGlor  G^entYpit io ike  7/ieaters'YClub?Sfiops  and'BzilzOayStations.  (73^o?ia6le'fea(es.  TELEPHONE DATA  JTBW XH-STAXAATXONS  JULY 22, 1918                                 .    :>'       '     ■-  Pioneer Poultry Market, Main to 1082\Granvllle Sey. 81.57  JUIY 23, 1918.                                  :  Finlayson, K.  D., Waist Mfrs., from 5.76  Seymour to 325  Howe Sey.  4415  JTTI.Y 23,  1918. '?    '  Matsu  Tashima,  office,  207 Gore Avenue .-. Sey.  7809  Sinclair Co.  McK„ Mfrs. Agts.,  615  Pender Si. W Sey.  2262  Provincial  Government  Free Employment Bureau,   140  Cordova  W Sey. 8387  3VZ.Y  24,   1918.  Maunder,  Joseph   H.,   Broker,   510  Hastings  W Sey. 8621  Greenlus,  Dr.  A.   H.,   Dentist,  1710   1st {Ave. E High 2153  Peardon, T.   E..  Grocer.  6590 Victoria.;*.... , Fraser 210L1  JUIY  25,   1918.  Agrett,   Mrs.,  Millinery,   726   Robson   St. _ Sey. SI59  Third & Dundas,  Blacksmiths, 1019  Main „ Sey. 8158  OHAKTOB8.  Fnlayson, K. D., Waist Mfrs., from 576 Seymour to 325 Howe Sey. 4415  Nakal Kiyoshi,  interpreter, from  396  Powell to  837  Hastings W Sey. 2242  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for salt  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  You realize that the better you are known the more bus iness you  will do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk the  matter over with you.   Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 Homer-Richards: Lane*  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA  RECORD  -,'->:c.  ;w;# few; ;>:'.;• .■■■  Sfei7v;'V:7-VV  ife#£''7 -~;YfY  W#i;


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