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 ,,*-t V'i  •0"'  f  AKS  Y      I  RECORD  PUBLISHING   CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15,  No. 23, Wed.,  August 7, T91&  FIREPLACE  Mantels, grates and tiles  WE HAVE A WELL ASSORTED 8TOCK.  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. 4795-8. , r 548-550 Seymour St.  A Jlan Is Accounted  J  - of  ACCOUsTT    If    he    has    a    bank  ACCOTHfT. . No   account , is   too  small  to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  Hie  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446 Hastings  St.  W.  J.  T. MSC-OOVAI.D, Manager  12  Bolts - Nuts -Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  i* £252 £.,¥.eKc,vlc Ens'neeHnK Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  1573  :vn>Dxna feb-mxts Auovmrtmo to ssoo ok oteb issues at thb vavcovyxm cxtt kau testex-day  Wnjpbsr  Description  Cost  9424—One-room school  _ $1700  9430—Dwelling    $2500  Street Address  "Lot and Block  Laura Secord School    2623 Dundas St 16  Subdivision  Architect  H. T uwner  Contractor  Address  /  Owner  Addxsss  Van. School Board.  D. Davis    Vancouver Brand Cement* Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  Han   W £r*%_ B v   tegy  LIMITED  ^Ft.OFCoLUMBIA AV        Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  .burn Products, Pacing Brick, Bulld-  ' Ins Papers, etc. -  E VANS  < rcr< i * j  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  , -  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations,  General Electrical Construction  t  '    'V  -rMRE SCTMHI 1145  Statei Bank BtiMBf  i Mkmvei - vimipEB  ■■T  if  Lumber   Veneer    Panels.   Etc  .    , .   -i"'>1f     I't   .-I**."*   >K,   -,   -.   '      .JtJ   ■"       J,    |»' -i "\  Our Stock is the Most Completion the Pacific Coast.  .'»*  " in     «   -i    *'"7'''   "_  S.i*...  J. rtfe*  1320 Richard. St  W^are •!»• Sole   Agent* ^br  the  » 1}„  .-  ITH CO. LIMITED  'to.»  5*  .- ,t  ,,  VancouTsr, Bi'C.7  **      ^"7 \* ^-w' ~       "-  -J   " ■» fry*   is-;     * H? [  <,, l"    ,,*■" *      f  ^^-^Ki^AJf*^^*^.^!  ^^■■■■k^        * aa+^-jsi •?* La%^ -""-Ji    a  mmr   —m*. ^ sssi ssh      ^_ ssa   «-    .-u    .-  ai  w  "J? > s *•  K   f  .1 _        I  OEMCItAI. RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS ,,^ -^ r us, v«^j  *'* . I-J 3^^7^iUrVUESv ',i' ^-^/VV!^• s f'A'*^^* ^  .   > -7 ^^^ii ,. aa ■;„<.-'«, Y" "y ■   "     ■■* V"J'  / »ot« Aareants) In Osnacfoi rpr  v ^.<—Y ■< 't  Pneurriatic ITool  /   Boyer Riveting A Chlpplnfl   I  ■-' 4-  amrne^^tlttlel Glanllprillar^Ountlmr *  .J"    BUILDING PERMITS       *  ,- 9422—H. G. Wilcox, garage, 1536 Al-  'berniSt., ?100. , - .   :  '^"9423--E. G, Warwick, 1-str. fr. bldg.,  %150.     . '  5 \ 9435-i-R. B. McLean, garage, 1617—  38"4 JB., |125; W. H. Flannigan, contr.  J ^9426—Amer. CW Co., garag^ .Rail-  '.way and Princess, |200. ' -  *^9'427—James Mellis,'small add.jf412  [Alexarider St.,.$200jChas. Suey.-contr.  i-S7Uf--Ave.*-E.;' $425.  ing, 1,542.65; hall repairs, ?34J65 7 electrolysis. Y43.50! -"/- ""'„ ;< Y & z ^,"V  During-'July 34 building */ permits  were issued calling for buildings of a  total value of ?10,455. Twenty .plumb^  ing permits were issued,' six water permits 'were taken out." The total" amount  paid for fees was $135.10.  \  -J. Sanback,--addition, ^3042—  i'-in^aioK."*  :7* ,'. .    '     ; *>,-  >v'  "•*t  anawVJaX ifPJlPi  542 riastr Jl f., Khmsw 1 C  Ul. 1IIS  :942»^arjnattV,Sf^h}fframe^ird^  ,1750—3.rd Wr.'. $200.:-' 1' /' "«-,. - ^    ;  *&?'■      T    1   l * <■■*?* *"'   **     ""J**1   "     ' 3">   J7''*''4  *  -  -   — -      -   -   »»j, -   ™.<   Tjl/I?  .t-^'f  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  ' SUCCESSORS. TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phea-e Sey.nour 715S 1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  NEW. DWELLING FOR  :" J-xCt'Z '*; DUNDAS STREET  ' D. Davis' 'is erecting, a dwelling "at  2823 Dundas Street, at a cpst of ?2500.  RICHMOND  NOTES.  The initial step has been taken in  establishing a hard-surfaced roadway  acrossJJLulu Island from JLulu Island  bridge-to Woodward's'Landing.•, vThe  Government has made a grant of $7000  to-siaT^^thifrtWori^nd^th^^coxporation-  wiir assist to the extent of, a "similar  amount:, -The work-Viir commence on j  this highway-this?.week. ,/    ,  rlr^Nlpil^lilNG^IdbJ  *     -   y -"■n'Vi \    ^i,^'^^i^^^^}i "J&*~ .»>*■  w  Ro,,er !8!™S'1*^ ««• QMrttr Pistta Air Drflls -» rivtttiac »««R  NiEhSpeii Stctl- Drills -leasiers, Etc.zji^Yy     J  Complete Stock of Accessories /.  1144HOMCRST.  :-   V"  Phone,, Sey., 410O  i-  T     *    V    *   <?'      ,\  ASHCROFT  NOTES.  Work oa the new annex to the Ashcroft ' Hotel'- is progressing rapidly, j  and the building will be finished about  the end of August. Those employed,  besides the contractor, Mr. R. Stodart,  are J. Fraser, D. Miller, Mr. Wilson  and Chas. Hensman who is doing the  StedFoffray Purpose  SELECTED TENDERS  ARE ASKED FOR  Architect A: E. Henderson, 39-40  Davis .Chambers Building, is asking for  selected tenders for the   enlargement  of the oJffices of the Vancouver Milling PaintinS-    The plumbing work is un%  {Company.  The offices will be enlarged ider the mana^eraent of "»* *r- Dumond  'to double the capacity of the .present'-hardware store and is being installed  Quarters ^ ^ast as other work ^n   connection  vTith the building will permit.  coiran.  COMFUBTBAT BQVZVn» rABBZOATZVO SKO-TS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL/COT, Ltd.  ratrmoat 83M and 3397  TaaoouY**, 9. O.  -Lsadoa,  WtBalpsg*  Toronto  Tanoouvsr. B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  8TEEL,    CEMENT,    BUILDINGS,    BRIDGES,    PIPE,    RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  -   808 Basting's .W., Yancouvsr, B. O. ■ "  Osmsat Tsstlac X.aborstory, Boom 1601; Physical Tasting* lUborstsry, Boom Bl  Phone'Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  PROMINENT ENGINEER  OPENS OFFICES IN CITY  Mr. R. P. Wilson, D.L.S., A.M.E.I.C.,  late division engineer on tne Hudson  Bay Railway, has recently settled in  Vancouver .and bas opened an office at  35 Flack Block. Mr_ Wilson was on  triangulation work in West Africa,  seven'years in the Yukon Territory,  four years of which were with the  Topographical Surveys Branch of the  Department of the Interior. For tnei  past  fourteen  years  he  has   been  in i  CLOVERDALE    NOTES. .  Work on the cross section line road  connecting the Pacific Highway near  Nicomekl River with the Coast Meridian road was commenced on Monday.  A contract has been let for the gradingL and gravelling of this road, on  which a considerable amount of  work was expended last year.  Mr. Geo. Humphrey has just completed the erection of a dwelling  house, barn and garage for Mr. Buskin  private practise   as   a   civil   engineer,  and land surveyor   in   Manitoba,   ac I on the forty-acre holding which he se-  quiring during that time a wide ex- lcurad S0™ J,m«' ag0"    The place wlU  „„,..„      . . ,    ,        ,        , ^ be occupied by the new owner at once  perience in municipal work and town       ,   '  *      .       . 1      ,    A  ! and   extensive   improvements   to   the  acreage are contemplated.  planning from both the surveyor's and  engineer's   point   of   view.    His   last  work  there   was the  construction  of  the  last ninety miles of the Hudson CONTRACT FOR  DRYDOCK  Bay Railway from  Kettle   Rapids   to  Nelson,   the - northern   terminus.    Mr.  TO BE LET VERY SOON  VICTORIA.—Filling   operations   are  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bare 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.  SRIKES—CAST  IRON  WASHERS,  ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  QEMENT —  LIME — HYDRATED  LIME - FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH FIRE BRICK — BLACKSMITH COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  {VANCOUVER       San Francisco, Lo.  winch building Angeles, Portland  VICTORIA  Prtv.ti-ExTs.y7oi97       Seattle, Tacoma BTe7.X»?5037,,e  GILLEY BROS.  b:eau:b8 zbt  Crushed Rock/ Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Wilson   says   that   Vancouver   looks j|now..Under way on a foreshore site inf  something   like   a   Paradise   to   him the Inner Harbor preliminary to the!  after the  gruelling winters and mos-'establishment of   a new shipbuilding,  quito-infested summers of the northern f andl ship-repairing plant that may de-  muskegs, velop into an ambitious project.    A syndicate, the head of   which is!  SOUTH  VANCOUVER NOTES.        George Watson, <-;f the firm of Watson I  According to a report submitted by &   McGregor,   proposes to utilize thej  Engineer Whittaker to Commissioner site' located to the south of Pendray/s  Gillespie, $1,240 was spent during July  Soap Works, for   the   operation   of   a  in general repairs, as follows: - Side-  floatlnS ^dock for the repairing of  small vessels.   The new company, it is  walk repairs, $167.75; roads and culverts, $3S9.20; miscellaneous, $6S3.45.  j There^was also $104 spent for carpentry work and $97.85 for team labor,  making a total expenditure of $1442.25.  In connection , with waterworks the  eost of labor during the month was  $1030.75, as follows: Construction,  $194.20; maintenance, $215.75;  operat-  understood, has under consideration,  at some future date, the developing of  its facilities for the construction of  vessels from a tugboat*to an oceangoing vessel.  Floating Drydock.  The initial operations, however, will  (Continued on Page 2)  We Have Just Installed a  C O-.M-P L E T E  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  Granville  Street  Are You IiootLag- for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splendid proposition to otter you. A three-story, mill constructed buildiriK, 80x120, and 70 feet vacant land adjoining, located on the  corner-of Victoria Drivo and Albert Street. This is a mortgage sale and the  price and terms will euit you.    Let us show you this.  OEMEBAI ADWrarcSTRA-TIOHr SOCXETT  OtmOit ronolCT JUdg. ..-      .        -   v- 850 HaJrtdn|rs.Sfcr«rt"W"sst  Forcings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reicf, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  ♦Phone 53  Jass  Office and Works, Tenth St..  Niew Westminster, B- C. F  *JV  'f-,. t  v *-,  ""4-"; -*".  1$Zz:.-  ' ,'r  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  Published every Monday, Wednesday and  ,        Friday by the      %   ,  RJOCORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  SHIPBUILDING * MARINE  Telei>hone Seymour 7808.  'Address:   583 Homer-Itichards Lane  Bear of 431' Dunsinuir Street.  C. H. NELSON ....MANAGING'EDITOR  Subscription Batss  One month $1.00  Six   months   »5.00  i  Payable strictly in advance.  (Continued from pay 1)   toQ confined to the construction.'of a  ■wooden floating drydock,*; "over ( one  hundred feet long and "approximately  fifty feet beam, which will be utilized  lor the' repairing of small coasting  - -vessels and tugboats. It will be built  in sections and additional sections may  be added as required.  Tlie new yard will be bu the site  formerly occupied by. Watson Bros.,  ■who engaged extensively, ^ in . boatbuilding up to 1§10. The contract for  the drydock is expected to be let very  shortly.  PLUMBING PERMITS.    £  +0+0.******-|  ■a  in ing News  LAUNCH  WAR CAMCHIN AT   ,  FOUNDATION CO.'S YARD  Arrangements have .been completed  for the launching of the War Camchin  from the Foundation Company's" plant  on Thursday. ,   >  It is expected that the vessel will  take the water about 5 o'clock in the  evening. , >  The, War Chilkat was launched  Monday night at 7:00 o'clock from' the  yards of-.the Western Canada Shipyards Co.   ' , f  ,  WAR DEPARTMENT TO ENTER  SHIP   BUILDING   FIELD  Washington,   D.   C—The   War   Department will soon .enter the shipbuild  ing field  that   .preparations    practically   fcave  LAUNCHINGS.  Because of the' "holiday" taken by  the men at the Coughlan shipyards,  the launch of the big steamer War  Chief has had to be postponed for ten  days. ^  This serious "toss of time has afect-  ed the finishing touches and it is now  impossible to get her ready by Saturday night. This means that a favorable tide for launching will not be  until August 20.  The War Chief will be the fourth  ship to be launched from the Coughlan shipyards.  British Columbia Yards  ».!»t * .*** I »lVl 'H ♦!»■?■»  - 15791  to 15794.      <  - 2117—Mr. ^Pears, 1516 Gra^eley St.;  T. Davis.    -' V '""-   -' •" -\   /.  2118—G: Reid, 3567 - Oxford-St - YY  2119—Melntyre ,Bros], 959-85 Robson  St.; Hodgson Plumbing C0.-7,-;.-.-  ,2120—P.^J. Gillespie. 1303 Burrard  , 8L'; Hodgsont Plumbing Co.^      \, ^  ♦♦I»l*\>*\ *\*l >* I ♦ I * 1 • 1 *****  $.;-■•-     -- —-   * -'■*  ARCHITECTS   , *   *' j  e-i ♦ 1 »i *i* 1»t.»i***** 1 *}* t »*  ' Benzie.Jaa. A., 510 Hast.l.'W 7.'fey. 380J  . Bryan A ,GiIlamr50!» Richards Sey. 6608  1 Cox, A. Arthur, F.R.I.B.A.,-1142 ■  ,,    FenderTW.' >. a..- 7-•-Sey..,3»72  ■   Dalton & Eveleigh; 616 y^Y    o  \    ceo  ' "7Hast.  W77.:....~; ::..?..ZA>.-—:Sey:    662  '- Gardiner, -F.-  G.   &   Mercer,   718   Gran.,  •" i  ?-,Seymour,3672!;7'  T'Vs'"i_/j* -A  ■-  •,  > Gardiner, -Wm.-Frederick. .718    . \ *  „^Gran. 7". •*------ --..Sey., 8672  <  J Henderson.v A.   -Ernest.   S9;<£ , ~*>  , ,   .Davis . Chambers  >Bld&..1_616 *  u ^.'.Hastings, W .....:....:Z± Sey.    724  \') Honeyman &:Curtis, 821 --  h / Penderl'W      '....:.; -Sey. 1621  V/Macey, Frank. 470 Gran v-gey. 1804  '    ^Matheson." Robt. ,M.. ,60t Rich:; Sey/ 6058  1 Palmer^Bernard'C.Vr6i:6'**Sredity:*   -  -foncier Bldg. ~..„..7........-r. fey. 8680  'Pratt'&'Hoss,  7S6 Grany:..v...-.....Sey. 166 c  1  ri Sharpe &'.Thomsbn.'-\62pV-^  •*-'*:";  Pender   W., '..7„.7.....:r..:..c*-': Sey. 1064  Somervell &  Putnam, 626 "  Pender *W/ ..:.:.::-.-».....----. |ey. 6230  •Townlev   Fred 'L... 325 Homer ..Sey. 8013  TwTzellf'R. P   S..  837 Hast.W..Sey. 7925  **i&Mribfif***&*^^  Z    OFFICIAL' DIRBCTORY    |  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor  *• H. Gale  City Council  Ward 1  7..:...Thos. H. Kirk  ^Ward 2" W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3  -w- c- Marshall  Ward 4LY. Z-- •---J°s- Hoskins  Ward 5 Zii.....:.:. i :- W. R. Owen  Ward 6  -- S. C. Elliot  -Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  -Ward 8  :.-- F. p- Rogers  Financial. oV Clerical Departments  -Clerk' .Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptrolier Z-. G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer         J- J- Johnstone  -Accountant  -_ A. J. Pilkington  - Engineering Department  Engineer F. L. Fellowes  Building Department  Building Inspector. R. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Gecretary  S. J. Montgomery  Health  &  Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underbill  1   - Library  Librarian  : «• W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioner*  Johnathan Rogers,) Chairman.  ,A. a J. i^eek G.W. Hatchings  7       M. S. Logan-     George Eldon  W. S. Rawli'ngs, Superintendent  Light Department  ^Electrician  - -»C. H. Fletcher  Street m\ Sewers Department  Superintendent..'._.-M£--John Morton  Police Department  Police Magistrate.....   —H. C. Shaw  rjourt Clerk ...„...-. -,..,-.-H. Robinson  Solicitor  Z.Y...,-..:..7..^-B. F. Jones  Prosecutor ..—.-   -R- ^ Maitland  Fire Department  Chief - -- "J- H- Carlisle  been completed ,whereby tb,e department will utilize shipyards not at present being used by the. Shipping-Board.  Yards which probably will be used  include'the (West Coast * Shipyard at  Everett, Wn., and a new yard ..being  built at Wilmington, N. C. It was  said the War Department contemplates from mour to eight ships, immediately. It was < said''that the ^department also is considering the building of a 10;000-ton concrete vessel.^ V,  Quartermaster-General Goethals, it  was'said, w;lll have charge. .-/•  It  hpram«  known  Tuesday    ■ Followinjr Is a list of the Shipbuilding  It   Decamr   Known   xuesuay   companJes ot  British  Columbia now actively   engaged  in   ship  construction-or  recently* organized:  ■teal Shipbuilding; riaats. ,     ,  Coughlan- Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Wallace Shipyards/ North Vancouver.  Wood SalpbttUkUar Waata.  Cameron Genoa'^Milis- Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria.   _ - " -      •    r    '   '  Foundation. Company otvB. C, Ltd., Victoria. f ' -<" - •> j.i.i-    _  Lyall ^Shipbuilding   Co..*-Korth'/Vancouver.   ■•.-*»*.    ,"'.,' y '       '   -  New'. Westminster', Eng. ^A   Const.. Co.,  Poplar, Island.       ""-    "j -  f   -';•'  Paoiflc Construction Co.i Ltd., Port Coquitlam.       - •   /,        '  Standard   Shipbuilding   Co.,, Vancouver.  Wallace', ShiDvards Ltd., Vancouver/  Western   Canada, Shipyards   Ltd..'Van-j  '*  - mt*  ^♦^♦♦♦'H^>-l^-8^#^-l'****<^*l^-M*-M«  Several chrome locations liave been  made    in    Wellington    c,amp,    near  Greenwood,     ,  Maghesite is being mined just east  of Canton. A spur from the railway is being built to the mine.  Acting upon the report of Chas. F.  Law, a Boston syndicate are working the Senator Reid in the Caribou.  This mine is free milling gold, and  created a sensation years ago, but  has not been worked for 30 years. .  Drum Lummon Copper Company,  Limited, of Vancouver, has its new  compressor plant installed and In operation at its mine on Douglas channel.  Bruce White states that a deal is  pending for the Noonday, Slocan,  owned by the Noonday Mines, Ltd.,  but that so far there is nothing definite to announce.  After-an unusually long wait for the  departure of the snows of last winter,  the Paradise mine has again resumed  hauling operations with a force of 15  teams. The first carload of the season  left Jot the smelter- last weekv   7 .  H.  H.' Schmidt,  owner  of'the  Blgf  Sioux  and   other  mining property in  the Aspen Grove, is preparing to'drive  a tunnel on the Giant.claim andfhas  a force of men at work. -Mr' Schmidt  expects to remain in the Grove*for.'an  indefinite period. ,. ^ -.7.  At the, annual meeting, of they CorkJ-  Province Mines, Ltd., which-was'held  at the   offices 'of ,the   company'last'  week in Kasio, the following were/re-  elected directors'of   the company for  the ensuing year:'- W: E. Zwickyy^Hj  Giegerich. and ,W. H/ Burgess, Kaslo;  '!  can be used in a  tmunfircd -ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting gas .to your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  'Phone SeymourSOOO  Carrall and rtastlnv St».  U3E  , couver.  R/'-E.<-M. Strickland and >J..,DlV,Sh.er-*  wood, Spokane. Z       ,     -r  ELASTIGU  The Tough, Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.) -  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  'Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COH  1 r  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street ,    •  .    Phone Bay. 772  VANCOUVER, B. C.  H  &  Cement:  Bulldog Cable  .Pacific, Lime  1 3  'i-i'  </5J -  "T2  {  4  '^Y?&-  <9 - -»  -e I.    ai."J7  /■'.'_ r •!-  Ri^ WINCH.&CO~> Limited  "' ''-r'" Vancouver and Victoria  '/«!  i--  %,  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  -     ' -  TV.     - , '        -   , ^   , *■* **A-    i» -■ t f-,-- J* f-     1   >- T "J  .   Wo opoclallzo In prompt sorvleo for Contractors'"  tonporary powor Installation*   •   .  1'  •B^EtlClzltljC-  SERVICE   24 . HOURS   A   DAY  * * i l    '  turn   Uimm  iKi   mt  tan  hi   rapiswtatm   til  PROPOSED   NEW    WORK  Cnaractar.  Armory  .asttnatad  Cast  Z.    $350,000  Harbor Works     Bank.'& office bldg.  Hotel, C. N. Ry   _Not given  VANCOUVER  location  Owssi  Grand view   Government  K'tsilam.  Reserve    Government  Hastings A Granville Royal Bank  False Creek Fill...:..'. C. N. Ry. Co.  architect "Plans BV*ad>  Perry & Fowler- '.. ....  Government  - Preparing  No areht. commissioned yel^   »*• V-'.7^f"'  ,77-f--  i  '-■?'•'  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  Z-~fZ**- PATRONaiMO-:--^   '  c-     S W  L.        t    Tr>rJ*  1  l^4--*l  , '  fit  .-*«.  ,,■.«! .<,.  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  •BOTXnECHTS &ZBTBS  Post Office —Z »2B0.000  Post Office  "135.000  Concrete  Garage   ~   iliJATSStoT BELOW  Gore and Keefer.  South Vancouver   Fift* & Fir Sts   US PBOPOSSB BUT KATE  BEEBT POSTTOBEB:  Bom. Govt f Dom. • Govt 1 Delayed  .Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  targe warehouses for storage  'Phono Seymour 405  MAIN STREET  Choap Rates  UNION  STATION   Dom. Govt   Ford Motor Co.  Dom.   Govt.  Owners  ..Delayed  Delayed  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES GIVEN . . DISTANCE   NO  OBSTACLE  Telephone rllBhlana* 72S 2021 Wall St.  % VANCOUVER, B.s C.  J  *'l*'V*l*V*'l'*'l'*'l*!♦■!■♦ !■♦!♦■!■#*  *im<*>**l***<l+>l+i++*.i.m>**->i**  L - • " X.  CONTRACTS LET  WORK STARTED  Onaraetsc  ...Cost  R. P. Wilson. D.L.S.. A.M.E.I.C.  Givil Engineer  Surveys, Reports, Estimates  All Classes of Drafting  35 Flack Block   Phone, Sey. 8715  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Location         - • •   Owner  Architect  ...Flans Ssady  „(_...  .JLL  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRiCES 20c - 30c  RONG, MORRISON & CO.. LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  Office' 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  :■■-■ ■*  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length -any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incerporatsd 1900  t021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  :%^^t.'•'»)#'Ci.»;l'*<■'• ■!'♦ '!■ ♦ '!■ e.'l'* t»0)'!■ *'!■' 0't'»l»>|'0.|.«.li».l.».t.0.t.».1.0.1.».|iOif.ii^  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapplhg 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 n  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. 0.  ii  Sw. ■■"'■■"•WW"."'
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Buying Information for Automobile
Ownsrs and Prospsctlvs Buyers
t Give Fords itandard foot'control
,■ ;.Price-,$22.5-^'-: :■ ;■'.■■
Gatrell & Hastings
Sey.  2108 ..... 1259  Granville St.
Sullivan-Taylor Motor Co.
250 Kingsway Fair. 2730
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Co.lo HILL, LTD.
Everything for the Motorist
Phone Seymour 6411... Quick' Service
Grant, Chilliwack. H. N. Galer, of the
British American Trust Company, was
also the purchaser^ a Saxon Six this
Have to Contend With Peculiarly Per-
verso Characteristic* of Human
Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck
Tires    >
Motor "Accasorici
851  Pender St. W Sey. 3053
i ,     ',.  Distributors far'
1272 Granville St.     '     « l' Sey.3391
■" Auto and Tire Repairs
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1234 Granville Si.   ' -   Sey.   1164
"All that the Name Implies"
""T~''"V~Lx5uir-.W. Pearson. ,Mgr. .„   - .
Granville at  Pacific    .Sey.   331
Pack AMD — Nash — Maxwell
*"    "Trucks ano*Passence« Cars,'
1230 Georgia St— - Seymour 4030
Automobile Suppliei—Car-Bodies.
T5p» and Seat Covers
I111-15 Homer St.J.i.J :±.....Sey/668-69
"We have a peculiar problem 'In
human nature with,which to contend
In the making ot motor trucks," says
Horace <I\ Thomas, chief engineer' of
Lhe Keo  .Motor Car Co.
"That Is the pioponslty which is almost  universal,  to overload  a truck.
"Any maker who would make a truck
whose maximum load capacity was
1.S00 pounds and then label It a %-ton
vehicle would find he had a mighty,
short lived truck. Not once in fifty
times 'would the load be "K-ton or less.
In many cases it would be fully twice
'Jn trying to figure out the cause for
this, 1 came to the conclusion that a
large percentage of truck drivers have"
graduated from the old horse vehicle.
Of course, horse-drawn vehicles at oiip
time had a capacity rating,-but it was
so long ago nobody remembers it.
All Sams the Horse. ■
"The driver gradually got to know by
experience, or by a kind of instinct, how
much his horses could pull over a cer,->
tain section of road and he -loaded to
that capacity. He did not know or did
not care whether it was one. ton, two
tons or five tons." If .the horses could
get away with It. he considered .that all
"When the same man was given the
mastery over a motor truck, he applied
a similar principal, but with this difference, that if. the truck could not pull
it on high, itcould on intermediate,'«ane|
and if it could not manage on intermediate it could do'it on low gear. Only
when, the strain tore out,the gears".or
twisted off driving shafts ,did the suspicion enter his mind'that he had perhaps overloaded the truck.- , r „",'<$■
"It was in vain you marked the capacity of the truck on a handsome
brass plate and put that^'conspicuously
was rated at two tons „ he -.seemed <tp
on the dash in plain view..-.If the truck
was -rated at ^two-tont, he seemed j. to
figure that if he"started out^with.a fo?irr
ton* load and- came back empty,-* the
average .had been " two, and therefore
must be all right!- So far as he. was
concerned it was all right If.the truck
got away 'with it. at all. ' ... >  «'
"In   the   earlier   days,   engineers , all
wrestled   with   this  problem   of  making,
trucks and  rating them at their actual
capacity, and somehow, hoping to c.hangf;
human .nature.- <•"'-." _ >''
r.      rt-aaUy Oavs It Up. ,      «
"Finally, we Reo folk gave It up. We
made up our minds we could not change
human ^nature-and -so;lwe might better,^
change our .standards: add safety factors in all mechanical parts—shafts,
springs, bearings, etc.; to compensate
for the peculiar mental attitude of the
average   driver.
"Nowadays it is perfectly safe to
overload   a   Reo   truck   100  per  cent.
"Of course, we do not advocate this,
but we tell thc owner he may do so at
his own option, always, with the understanding that he will get a certain
amount ol service out of the'truck one
way or another—half a life for a truck
with 100 per cent, overload; normal life
tor a truck with normal load; and the
life of the truck will bo greatly increased and cost of upkeep greatly reduced by just so much as he,may save
it  in   this   regard.
"Our familiar phrase; 50 per cent,
over-size in all vital parts is not merely
a sales slogan: It is an engineering
fact. The standard was adopted as insurance against a force that iwas bigger than ourselves and which we there-
lore could not control, namely, old j
human nature.'-4
A garage in Georgia has this sign
f       While Near the Gasoline
You May1' Not Bo Worth Much
But the Gasoline Is
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 1» the repair
business both here and in Prance.
We can fix  your car from  top to bottom.
1234 Granville St.
G.  S.  HOCKLEY,  Manager.
Seymour 1184
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Vancouver, B. C.
Bunyan  Up-to-Date.
Teacher—Now, ,do you know what
Christian did when he came to Hill
Pupil—Sure! He threw her into
low.—Boston- Transcript.
"Waiter, as a patriotic citizen, I
protest against a steak like this being
used for food when the army needs
shoes."—Browning's Magazine.
The fact that several Federal trucks
have been doing heavy service daily
in Vancouver for the past seven years,
is the reason for several new sales of
Federals completed this week,' comments H. J, Tucker, local distributor
for the Federal line. Shipments of
Federals are now on the road for
which orders have been placed by Vancouver business" firms.* Two companies
which have taken delivery of Federals
this "week arethe Bailey Shingle Company and the Johnston Storage Company.
40 per cent, longer life
18  months'- Guarantee
Call and see us when passing
Distributors for B. C.
570 Klcharda St.
Seymour 175
Three, sales "of Saxon 'Sixes "were
made last week in one day by, E. J.
Cameron, local distributor.'1 These new
owners of Saxons are Messr's.rC. B.
^Chamberlain, New Westminster; D.
McMillan,   Cedar   Cottage, and'C. B.
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last week.
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This 3-4-Ton Red "Speed Wagon" Verily Has Conquered
the World
Two Questions
With so many lowrpriced
so-called anti-skids obtain-
able, would that great host
of motorists pay more foe
Dunlop "Traction" Tread
if they could get its merits
elsewhere ?
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NO OTHER TRUCK, so far as we know, is
engaged  in   so   many  different  forms   of
activity and in so many countries as this-
1500 pound Reo.
ITS FAME IS WORLD WIDE and its sphere
of usefulness.seems unlimited.
IT'IS VERSATILE—even we, had no idea in
the beginning that a truck of this size and'
power and pneumatically equipped would;
prove to be the ideal vehicle for so many'
kinds of service. {;
STOP TO THINK OF IT, you recall, of course,
that delivery vehicles had under the old
conditions been reduced to certain standard-
FOR EXAMPLE, in the old days we had one "
horse teams, two horse and  occasionally
three horse teams.
THE ONE HORSE LOAD; about 1500 pounds^ ;
Y'':Y constituted eighty per cent, of the 'traffic' j'
vehicle capable of carrying the same load-
but carrying it at least four times as fast.
Doing that, the 1500 pound pneumatic tired
Reo truck, can do the work formerly done
by four single rigs.
THAT'S THE ANSWER—anyone can see it
now. * The ^-TON "Hurry-Up" wagon is
the answer to 80 per cent, of your hauling
IT'S MORE EFFICIENT—it's more economical. It gives the customer better service—
quicker service at a lower cost to you.
THE ONLY LIMIT to the usefulness of this
34-TON Reo seems to be—our capacity for
making them.   Demand seems limitless.
THEREFORE ONLY THOSE who place their
order with us at once, specifying immediate
acceptance of delivery* can be sure of getting this ^-Ton Reo., Avoid disappointment and order'now/   ' :
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TUPPER & STEELE, 1.TD. v        '
Phones Bay. 138 and 139. 1667-9 Third Ave., W. I  ■"i>  er  BRITISH COLUT.IBIA EECSRD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  su  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS-   STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL  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 516 PENDER ST., W.  I  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  ' i  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Honor SL  Vancouver B. C.  CORPORATION OF PENTICTON.  Tenders for Lumber.  Tenders are invited for the supplying of approximately 295 M feet lumber required by the irrigation department. Tenders will close August 31,  and tenderers must be prepared to  commence delivery in carload lots- by  September 15, and complete by November 1. Specifications can be obtained from the undersigned.  B. C. DRACEWELL,  Municipal Clerk.  Lowest   or   any   tender  not> necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department,  .Victoria, B. C, July 22,. 1918.  V-'    '   *  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  *  LIMITED  '9. A. Jonas, Xgr.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES/  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  . -vv.Erc.'*.- -  Owaersof Tug "CLIVE"  General Towing  324 Frait SL     <-''''lil■ltataiBtlr-  ^    Tcliptom 1015  ly 7  DIXON & MURRAY  ■ ';':■',    ■   . «■'*•   •  MAMUFACTUROIS OF    .,  SI0W CASES, OFFICE  to. STORE FITTINGS  GEKfMl CARPENTER WORK  \      mm*, PAPER MilNG-  0K aid MLSOMINING  Sey. 8165      Sey. 8766  1865 Dunsmuir St.  NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS' addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Sprinkler System in sheds on  Government wharf, Vancouver, B. C."  will be received at this office until  12 o'clock, noon, on Thursday, August 15, 19J8, for the installation of  an automatic sprinkler system in the  two wooden freight sheds on the  Government ■ whalrf at Vancouver,  B.  C. -  Plans and forms of contract can  be seen and c specification and forms  of tender, obtained at , this Department, at the offices of the District  Engineers, ■ Shaughnessy Building,  Montreal, Equity Building, Toronto,  and at the Post Office, Vancouver,  B. C.  - -Tenders will hot be considered unless made upon forms supplied by  the Department and in" accordance  with conditions set forth 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 per cent. o£ the amount of the  tender.  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,  July 17, 1918.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders addressed to the  undersigned and endorsed "Tender for  Shed and Trackage on Pier No. 3, Victoria, B. C," will be received at this  office until 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, August 13, 191S, for the construction of one wooden shed, trackage,  etc.  on or near Pier No. 3 at Victoria,  b. c:  Plans and forms of contract can -ue  seen and specifications and forms ot  contract obtained at'this Department  and at the office of the' District En-1  gineer at Victoria, B. C, and at the  Post Office, Vancouver, 13.  C.  Tenders will not be considered unless made upon forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with  conditions set forth herein.  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 sura of ?25 payable to (the order  of the Minister of Public Works, which  will be returned if the intending bidder submit a.regular bid.  R. C", DESROCHERS,  ' Secretary'  Department of Public Works,      > ' '  Ottawa, July 15. 1918.  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  INSURANCE  IN  ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY       PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED ;  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  739 Hasting-s St. -W. Vancouver  Telehpone Seymour 7S20  tension to the Tranquille Sanitarium  have been prepared and will reach  the Provincial - Government soon,  when they will be considered by Hon.  J Dr.   MacLean,   Provincial    Secretary,  TIMBER  SALE  X1407. ,  Sealed tenders-will be*received by  the    District    Forester, * Vancouver,  •B. C, not later than noon on the 19th    day of August, 1918, for the purchase j ~^d   ^n  appr0ved  tenders' will   be  of License X1407, to cut 100,000 feet (called  for  and, the  work  started   as  SAY!  "MANJAK SPECIFICATION"  ROOFING FOR YOUR NEW WORK  "MANJAK" is a five-ply solid mopped  roof of heavy Asphalted Felt laid with Special Manjak Asphalt, refined at our own plant  at Sidney, B. C. 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.  PERFECT WORKMANSHIP  GUARANTEED BY THE FACTORY  ONE PRICE  -  $7.50 PER SQUARE  ';'    SIDNEY RUBBER ROOFING  C0MPANY UMlTED  Contract; Department,  402 Pender Street West,  Seymour 4149  Vancouver, B. C.  "of D. & D. Cedar and Fir on an, area  situated on Powell Lake, New-Westminster District.   -  One (1) year- will be allowed for  removal of timber. '  Further particulars of the_ Chief  Forester, Victoria, B.' C.,', or District,  Forester, Vancouver, B. C.       > -   -  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granvill* St.  Vancouver, B. C.  (Phon* Say. 136  Res. Bay. 77  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  S. J. Trioker  E. E. Elliott  CENTRAL SHEET  METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  COPPER,  BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phono Sey. 620     151% Fender St. W.  VAncoxrvxm, b. c.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  NORTH   SAANICH   SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders, superscribed ."Tender for North Saanich School," will  be received by the Honorable the  Minister of Public Works up to 12  o'clock noon of Thursday, the 15th  day of August, J 918, for erection and  completion of a two-room school and  outbuildings at North Saanich, in the  Islands  Electoral District,  B.  C.  Plans, specifications and conditions  of contract can now be seen at the  office of Department of Public Works  Victoria, B. C.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A.  E.   FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works  Department,  Victoria,  B.   C,   July   22,  1918.    ,  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  CANFORD SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for Canford School" will be received by the Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon  of Tuesday, the 27th day of August,  1918, for the erection and completion of a small one-room school and  outbuildings at Canford, in the Yale  Electoral District, B. C.  Plans, specifications and conditions  of contract can now be seen at the  office of the Government Agent, Courthouse, Vancouver.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A.  E. FOREMAN,  Public  Works Engineer.  Department   of  Public   Works,  Victoria, B. C, July 22nd, 1918.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  mTX8CBI.X»AirEOVa   PBOFOSAI,*  Plans "are" now -being prepared by  architects Gardiner & Mercer' for  Schaake Company Ltd., Industrial  Island, for the enlargement of their  present 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.  soon as possible. The cost of the  structure will be jointly borne by the  Proincial alad Dominion governments  each  contributing  $75,000. , '   •  The firm of Matheson & DeGuerre,  architects and engineers, 508 Northwest Building, are calling for tenders 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.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  SIDNEY  SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for Sidney School"' will be received by the Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon  of Thursday, the. 22nd day of August,  1918, for the erection and, completion of a two-room school and outbuildings at Sidney, in the Islands  Electoral  District.  Plans, specifications and conditions  of contract can now be seen at the  office   of  the   Public   Works  Depart*  j ment, Victoria, B. C.  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, brink fireplace, ?.nd a hot water heating plant.  The living room, dining room and  hall down stairs will be finished three  ply veneered panels, with four coats  of stain varnish; while the upstairs  will be finished with four coats of  white enamel.  VICTORIA.—The  plans  for the ex-  SYNOPSIS OF  COAL MINING - ■  ■"--•     ^/REGULATIONS. .:."*■  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alber-'  ta, the Yukon, Territory, the Northwest  Territories and a portion of the'Prov-  nce of British Columbia, may be leas-  ed for a ter,m of twenty-one years al  .n annual- rental of $1 per acre.    No  jiore than''2,560 acres 'will be leased  to one applicant.  Applications for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  tho Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for*  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for shall  be staked out by the applicant himself.  . Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded If the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  fire cents per ton.  The person-operating the mine shall  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined, and pay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining  right? crt. hot heing operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may'be  at the rate of $10 per acre.  For full information application  Bhould be made to the Secretary of thp  Department of the Interior. Ottawa, or  to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,    ,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  TELEPHONE DATA  NEW IWSTAIiliATIO-WS  JTJ%Y   26.   1918.  Hori,  Y.,   Tobacco,   427 Powell St High.  2158  B.  C. Taxi. 83 Has;ings E j Sey.  8184  Stark,  The Clothes Cleaner, 1211   Granville St Sey.  8668  Agret,  Mrs. Sarah A.   Millinery,  726 Robson St Sey.  8159  Columbia Studio, 320 Main St Sey.  8188  JTXXY 27, 1918.  .Tones'  Dancing Academy,  570  Granville  St Sey.  18-18  Hemmings. Harrv H., Cabinet Maker,  1077  Eveleigh St Sey.  8187  "Williams Piano   House.  60S   Robson  St Sey.  8192  Macpherson & Teetssel, Mfrs. Agts.,  1290 Homer St Sey.  8620  Townshend,  Percy   E.,  Real  Estate,  509   Richards   St Sey. 8705  City Taxi Auto Sightseeing Co..  Ltd.',   412 Abbott Sey.       75  JTJT.Y 29.   1918.  Kevstone   Jewelery   Co.,   35   Hastings   W Sey.  8639  Wilson,   Reginald  P..  C'vll Engr..   163   Hastings   W :...Sey.  8715  Maple  Leaf Theatre.   881   Granville  St.. Sey.  8704  JTXI.Y  30,   1913.  Grayson,   McHugh.   Importers  nnd  Exporters..  207   Hastings   W Sey.  8734  Baggaley,  Bernard. Vacuum   Cleaning,   749   Richard   St Sey.  8195  Vancouver House Movers,  17(1 Guelph St .^..'.wiFair.  3339  CEASOES.  JXT^-Sr   26,   1918.  Militarv Hospital Commission, from 718 Granville to 402 Pender XV Sey.  5244  J*OXY 27,  1918.  Fletcher    .Tames.   Oflice,   from   3218   Commercial   to   1608   Kingswav....Fair.  1638 •  Central   Public   Stenographer, from   510   Hast.   W.   to  207   Hast.   W Sey.  5078  Tick,  17   Y.. Tailors,  from   1565  Commercial  to  1904  Commercial High.     933  J"UXY  30,   19118.  Branca, Philip,  Retail  Groceries, from  432  Main  to  528  Main Sey.  5219  fozetJi.7raneir  QlnionSij^re'Shiifrancisca  ^nihecenierofike  Ciiylr&feandGlor  Tihieerr<mt*Z9°per  7?ayZ~/ooo72ooms:  Comfement ioYtne  and7YYaik)ai/Stations.  (%kasonabUldxtes.  Cha  mqement (Jai^/l/ooas  It Pays Contractors To  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 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  KEEP POSTED-READ THE RECORD.


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