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 Jm  Wm  ,,•*  fit*.  -m  ft.-***  1  i  Mm  im  *i*l  \v  ' \>  1  RECORD  PUBLISHING   CQi,  Vancouver, Publishers.  -r  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 26, Wed., August 14, 1913  ;;'"-w-:^^:nREPIJlCE\:C-^'-  MANTELS, GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL ASSORTED STOCK,  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT '  Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marbl* Work.  STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co.,  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  BUILDING  MATERIAL  548-550 Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  ;   ':of,;..v      ■...  ACCOUNT    if    he    has    a     bank  ACCOUNT.     No;  account   la.   too  small  to receive a courteous welcome at this bank/; ;•■  ','���".   Tn«::!.' .  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver/Branch,'  446  Hasting*  St. W.  j.  p.  MacDONALD,  Manager  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Sh  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co^, Ltd.  1 214 Pender St., E. Highland  1573  UIH,I*0   FEBMIT8   AMOOyxmOTO  S50Q  OR   OVE»  ISSUED  AT  ^•«gJrA^^»_CTTY*+™ V™™****  yppiber  Pfrgoriptlon  Co»t  9444—alterations   $™°  9-I4T—School addition  $500  3treet  Address  tot   and  Bloolt  '314 Hastings W   Cor. Albert and Clinton -  Subdivision  Arohitect  Contractor   "Gibbs & Jackson    Owners      Address  Owner  Address  Tom   the   Tailor   Vancouver School Board    # Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinfore-  ing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  FT.OFCoLUMBIAAV        Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  "    ' burn Products, Facing Brick, Build  ing Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PIQUE SEYKOII  1145  Standard Bank Builds*.  VAMOOVEI - WINNIPEG  Lumber   V-ferteer    Panels.   Etc.  Our Stock i. theMoat Complete on the Pacific Coast  We ere aloe Sole   Agents   for  the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Blrch;fleortn'«. .-••' a  J. FYFE StflTH CO. LIMITED  THE HOLDEN GO., Ltd.  QENERAL RAILWAY * CONTRACTORS  ,   SUPPLIES  .„ -,       , ''SoVe^e^teln'ciinatfairor^  Chicago RpjBuimatic Tiool Co.  . . c     -■.-* ■;,'•.' Fuel'Oil ■ndJOa»;Eoalne«j *_^ ^      *_.   ... ..,..-  NMlnd. TwtU  '542 fiisw,lt •., »«tmr l C  fHttStr 1M5  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT * SUPPLY CO.. LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  1150 Homer Street  Phone Seymenr 71SS  Vancouver, B. C.  |       BUILDING PERMITS       |  ? • 944S—J. B. Parkham, garage, 1410—  12th E., S100.  0445—Mrs." Johnstone, garage, 747  Seymour St., $300; G. Milne, contr. ;  ' 9446—P. J. Cantelae. kitchen, 2813  Main St., $350; D. Simpson, contr.  9448_W. Abbott, repairs, 263—14th  ..E., $300.  ISOLATION   HOSPITAL   REPAIRS.  Oh Monday afternoon the city coun-  «foil .voted an appropriation „ot, $4-25.00,  for \lie"repairing"o'rthTfloors of the'  Isolation  Hospital.  PLUMBING,AND  HEATING   _,    ,  CONTRACT IS AWARDED  The firm of -Matheson & DeGuerre,  architects and engineers, 508 Northwest Building, have awarded a eon-  tract for the plumbing and heating in  connection with the construction of  the First Church ot Christ Scientists  | to Mr. George Johnston, 2855—6th  Ave. West.  evening's meeting of the Surrey  Council after the reading of a communication from the public works department of the ^ provincial government offering to defray half the cost  oVf this work, provided that the  amount did not -exceed a total of  $4000. " "*■ "   ?"    V  1 EDMONDS   NOTES.        t . .  ■ The^electrical connections will soon  be completed for the smelting of magnetic ores at the old power house  leased by R. P. Drummoriu for that  plant premises, which have been  '"ptntpo"se>IrEv«rything.46rno.w€in.:readiI  nesst-for "active operations with the  exception of the electroids, which  have been shipped from the factory-  In 'the United States, and as soon as*  these arrive work on the smelting  process will commence.  PRANK DARLING & CO.  "THOR"  Roller Bearing; Drills - Clise (barter Piston Air Drills--RWettiig Hamners  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine aid Electric Drills  : • High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc  Complete Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 4100  .'P ,'V- £'.',  X.ondoa.xaff.  itrse. I  Winnipeg*  Toronto _  Vancouver, B. C.  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   BANK BUILDING  hob Kaethurs W., Vancouver, B. O. »__™ m  C«.nt Testing- Lbora^r? Bot,»"l601; Physical Teeing Softer,, Boom Bl  Phone sey. 2199  Resident Inspector, at Large Manufacturing Centers  P.   G.   E.   TENDERS   OPENED.  According to advices received from  Victoria yesterday the lowest tenderers for the construction work on the  Pacific Great Eastern Railway from  50-mile House to Williams Lake are  Messrs McKinnon, Cooper, Drabble  & Co., of Vancouver. A conference  is being held between government engineers and the contractors in Victoria. ■"'.. '"■"■;*;'""""  Among the tenderers were the Foundation Company of British Columbia,  Limited: Messrs. Grant Smith & Co.;  Northern Construction Co.; Messrs.  McKinnon & Co.; Messrs. Palmer  Bros.; Robinson & Co.; Sullivan &  Co., and H. A. Stewart.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  X>EAX£BS  OT  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  FIR   LOG  CUT   NEAR  COAST WORTH $500  PORTLAND—A fir log cut on the  Siuslaw river measured this week  scaled 2G.00O. It was PO feet in length  about 6 feet in diameter and straight  and clear. Lumbermen stated that  the log was probably worth $500 in  the water.  VERNON NOTES,  The Vernon Fruit Union is erecting a new storage warehouse 80x400  feet. The structure will be frostproof, the largest of its kind in the  province and will be capable of holding 250 cars.  CLOVERDALE NOTES.  "That plans and specifications be  prepared and tenders be called for  the removal of the existing plank  road approach to the Fraser River  bridge at South Westminster and for  the grading and graveling of a par-  manent roadway at that point," was  a resolution   passed  at  last  Saturday  CAPILANO   BRIDGE  The permanent location of the Cap-  ilario Bridge on Marine drive is still  a debated question says the North  Shore Press  editorially.  The Provincial Government .has  manifested its interest in the restoration of,the bridge over the Capilano  on Keith road, by agreeing to defray  one-third of the cost of the new  structure, in common with the federal government and the municipalities  concerned, but unfortunately the offer  has attached to it a condition, which  altogether neutralizes its value to the  municipalities in the demand that  the site of the bridge be changed'to  a position about eight hundred feet  higher up the stream. •    •   ;.  If this were done, it would at once  shoulder upon the municipalities the  necessity of changing the route of  Keith road on the east of the Capilano and of the Marine Drive on the  west of that stream, in order to connect with the new bridge site. These  changes would involve the necessity  of purchasing right-of-way for road  purposes and the construction of the  new pieces of roadway would necessi  tate the building of a new bridge over  Sisters creek at a cost, as yet unknown. The span of the Sisters  creek bridge would need to be at  least fifty feet and the nature of  the supports could not be determined  until soundings were made to determine the nature of the foundations.  It is certain at any rate that the additional expenditures which the municipalities would find necessary to assume, would amount to more than the  proposed assistance by the government.  The municipal councils are therefore acting strictly in the public interests in submitting their case to  the department with a view to having the government accept the present site as the location of the new  bridge.  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  <s^i?:  urarES, fxiAtbs, tbbs, co&toem  coBoruraE&T.sQVxmD vabbicatiho shops  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Fairmont 8396 and 3397  ▼anaooTcr, M. O.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    vr» cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  '.BOLTS:— r:;y, ;--■-■-'--'-:-■ y     y^\        ."''''■ . ; •  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie/3olts.       We: are prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short-notice.  SPIKES—CAST  IRON WASHERS,  ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT — LIME — HYDRATED  LIME —  FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH  FIRE BRICK — BLACKSMITH  COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER       San Francisco, Los VICTORIA  WINCH BUILDING ^*?l??\*™"™*  Private Ex. Sey. »197        Seattle, Tacoma  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 8037  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  Arc You Iiooking- for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  corner of Victor^  Drive and Albert Street.    This Is a mortgage sale and the  prloe and terms will Bult you.    Let us show you this.  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION SOCIETY «.,_,.„_*  Credit Ponder V,ld^ 850 Hturtdng. Street Wert  .1 " )   i        ■ .■"I ' " "°*"  Forgings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  'Phone !f3  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C.  ass. (■:*  t-^cr***^  ''■■-<&&'■■■  :&-■&'■  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  .*- ».,,«,  British Columbia Record  Ihiblished every Woaday, Wednesday and  ■ .■■-.». ■:■: ."'V"-Friday- .by'^the .■-.■.'.'■.•!■"''*"''"•■      ;■  vc■ • :■' ■':':'? lUSCORD.*I»OBI^SffiHbj-GOv!K:v-:'  »  «*   • i .a. ,*, A,*. »a..«, AiLsfc iti Aetsefciffsefcstiefciti-shites'fc iff itrf8  News  v,.ri-;-..«=v«,.<^Telei>hone'.5eyin4>ur^7808.'-VV-v;: -v..--.':.  ■:::>: .;> Address: "683Home^Rlcharda: Lane,"  '■?.:r/L.:ffSi.B*ar/ot:':i3iy'DiiM  extensive a one; as ^heigreater; part of  the;; ship's; bottom "extending from the  'stein •to> amidships; is badly: itbrn and  CONTRACTS IN SIGHT FQI-t^  WMM/: W^O^M&I S i A N b|y A R DS  Payable strictly'In'advance.  wanted;  i/KKfcS'?;*;  a^Sf^Ekp^  Vlr|:.^an} wanted, '(or ^an"who^ndersiands  ;S--I ^specialties, I^Splend id gpropbs itioh'ft for  ^■■fevsmarfe^  president of this firm, who' is-now in  'Ne^-^York, /.to" -the : effect.; thatrhe^ex-;'  pe^t^Sto:|si^ Contracts :for^flyerrand;  mo   tt       -»,, u   -i    t; «   7/t»       i„   pbssiblyheigtit vessels; to be ;built lo-  -v;«;!583^Hbmer^ichardS:^Eane^(Kear-.,431t ^r.-..y^^'.^',^>i^.-^!r '7 ,'■- -•■•■•-    ■*■;;^-;'^i.^*a^afe^^Jis^K^.tgi.^^.-,iv,;,^^vfr-tie; ..^.■;;:.-.-/:v. cally; for^French interests.  Si^Punsmuy-iStOv;.^  „,,..,...„.... v r  ;w;or^Vwill)'-ih^lude,:th^'::straiiii'hte'hihg of  Engineering^Company,   operating  the ^1 '•*■:■':.■■■..-::■:-■<,.<■ :■::.~;v..-.:,-rs•■:.,:.-■■-^r;v:^-"- v  shipyards  on^ Poplar ;islanffl^  eeived ^wirei 3from ^Vtr. John?, Hastie, /^&$* WB ^^^y^al w^ek s to  complete and,■will^raean theveinploy-  nieht of'Ik large force cf men2v The  contrast ;w^  >500itons^jwbile j. the Jsothersj^iare^of  of over half a million dollars^;i I  «-*:  I  i  G. Weaver Loper,' of Spokane, former managing director of the Lucky  .lim Zinc Mine, Limited; with properties in the Slocan "district of. B. C,  has' been arrested, charged, with  fraudulently issjuing stock of the corporation. It is claimed that he made  an overissue of the stock while managing director.  News   comes  from   Hope   that  the  gold dredge which lias been operating  there for some time  past is  getting  very  satisfactory   results   and   it is  hoped   that  if  the   present   favorable  indications     continue     arrangements  will  be  made to build  several more  dredges of the same type'and operate  on a  more extended /scale.    A  very  fine showing of free gold ore Is being  opened up on a property close to the  Emancipation "group   at   Jessica," fifteen miles above Hope.    The Aufeas  mine is also taking out ore and''altogether- the raining outlook in^the vicinity of Hope looks'more  rosy,, than it  has' done for some years.  ' It-is   50   years   since, .the * United-  States acquired from Russia the territory of Alaska, but that outpost.,of  the American confederation,was little  'known till the gold rush to, the Yukon  twenty years ago. The rush to Alaska  followed,   with  the  result   that*" that  outpost   of   the   United   States, "has  produced, gold to the value>of^about  $|oo;ood;o00; > copjwfr&ynupM§$00t-  000;   other .mineralsj^|ia;()6o",000;^in  addition"*to the fisheries-and fur-pro-  Aiic.tirm   ~nr\^ that   A la air a   haa !honn .!tho  can be used In a  hundred ways in  "* fr*"*! r-t^t k      ■»■« it-t'f  -*4 >> m    i  "Vii<«4j  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  t-/j -f ■ p.  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting* gas to your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carroll and rlastlnv Shs.  'Phone Seymour SOOO  ■duction./soJhat^AlaBka,, has 'been sthe  best^investmeTitR^the^Ti^ted.vStates  ©ViP^raad^^th-ithelexcepUoniofithe  union with, the Allies to" destroy jthe  ', J *J>       fXti  ■     --U8E  ELASTIGUM  The Tough, Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  KiBl'  I  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  VANCOOVElf, B. C,  L  Cor,T«nth Avenue and Arbutus Street  '■ft.           "-f       <   v t , y i     i"   -si  ^  ELtCT  ^h?'"",**•  ^:: ^-ANs  We spoclallz* In prompt ••!>!«• for C«ntr«ct«rs'  .    temporary p*w«r liMtsilattoiM   .  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  "-5 ^S.  V3?  i,'J   s  ThMi   SipHr  5800   »d   hm   Mf   nprutttitin ^ nR  iii^^i^ii^Slter^iilciiii  K^£Si^i:ifeb^directe^  ^-:^,Kv'-i;y^-f;3:r,i!;;;;->fiy:;iiv;-'iv^S-.::S,^*ii:i(f.t#  #M-fe4'.-M^t6¥en'8ure^th«i:cb  js#3?S::iS;i;'J»^fctoS;acp  ?''feg $.#fll^li»ians>?^^ ^<oitiier:;J in-"  v&^^&^^ltorniati  ^^©;JSi!at^  SSp->:V?'i  YSirZ-.  m®Mmp^*®W^^ . ,    ^ -i  ^^m'j;ff;^i&m%»iSS -' «l  ■;;<.»V.->;iS«>ia'|?',,Av"f^ ^     r I  *-   ^   \A--  A-^     . >^    »*  "i-i, J^' *■ "*»i«*.wi»jr  **t »-**f  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  '*•*■.-  f.-C,j«v,,A.  "rtri  u.;^,taf  •Y  PATftONIZINQ  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  -^ Vrt. ^*   ,r,<  ■-;/:;^;;  r^i^Y^.^v' Q^^f'-}•  J&i^:nW^B^^MP:^^^w<f'' >:  > ?  ssfatasc  •'t^rrfX^.V-f^'^p^:  jfe^was^:*  -  X  §|:fgiC;|||culps^  ^^Eift^^^l^hebuver^^  Sjithe ArchitecturalVT-^i*r^erit» ^Public,  ^|i'I^lc^ps^B|^|^ahe?Wo;^  ^ifc^^ouseJyj^w^^  :;;';:;y':'-:IS:)>yJanJacc'epted^  ■■u::;.^-|.-^^k;^i^ayal  ^:-;':-:;| ;^i; CS^nU-Tuh^^  ; ■ -.: ;#?'»?:'sum:;; :-not vlessj;piainlvfi ve- ^per -Ippnt^  ^r-^r/l'^S^V^ot^-t^e^amol  ; which; wiU&be"if6rteited^ifthevplirtie8>  ;     ; Kvtendering^ecli^^  ^:'.;■;V*;^tl^■r^h4n:f|caUedi^^  v the tender is'riot accepted, the cheque  v wilt be .returned..   If  the   tender  is  £     '"accepted; an additional cheque'for "a  Obaractar  e >'• e-.ee.e e'e • e*  lArmbry,s:^..;i_^™.^_:  Harborf>.W'6rkasw-.i.  Bank"*rofflce'-'bidg"-;  Hot^^C^N.;:Ky._.fT:..  ..Bs^llDatea  Cest  ^SSSsNot :> gi v.en'-  ^r,s?«e5f;  ^^^>^jyANC0^6li:'  ■^TO'-^'**''1'.!^--'''■'  .-Owme«;  ■ Orandvlewy-i .;.;^.^^^.^.^^l.;.Q6verrimerit;  Kitsilano Reserve - .i^i-ssil^Qovferniherit  Hastings * Oranvllle..^_ii.„..Royal Bank  False Creek PflL:......^^„^^:.^CrNi R"r.; Co.  4renltset  ► e ■ • e e i  ...nana Keady  - ft'1*"?-  •Perry %&&.6irlet-:£iMiL .1  .l„  apvernnient;A..i:.::.i;.^&:  Preparing  No -archt?; commissioned- yet_   I^W~--*-J>-™«\   lf.«r»    l.V.l.iiMy.5,  most   modern and, complete equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  '■"■ .x*   Si*1*.  si'  Mrge warehouses for storage  Chaap Rates  UNION  STATION  rPhona Seymour 405  MAM STREET  «r '  "  .^'■'■'iSiiMM  P6atH6mca^^^».'^..r^r^;-vr-:-  Post Office£-^^^^ii^^^-~~----*35.<»<>0  Concrete Q&rage <^^^^~^~~—:.—r-»  DUn» BfeMV 1U KOM8SD B1TT EAV£  Gore and; Keefer^  Sbuth*\Van6ouver.™..  Fifth:-Js/Ftr- Sta.;..:^:,  i^-iJD»m.iOoyt;frDom.   Govt.  i.J™Dom; 5Qovt rDom;-s Govt.'  ■jvis"  -y>     t.      .     -fv-     V.   ^  ^.F;ord; Motor .Co:  Owners ^^.^  .'.........Delayed   Delayed    Delayed  l::t,;x*W  ~*-   ;*reyf? v.-*^  *^^   ^« ^i---.^-->  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES OIVBM . . DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone' Hlahfand*72S  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Ah  2021 Wall St.  mi*uimi«i«mti.ittft ivi*nni>m#I#ltl#lt|l»8<8^  x,';:8uiri\jeqWyttle^;^^ve: per cent^ j(5*)v  :• of^the^ampunt of the tender must be  ■:deposited f iibeforer^the. —contract»v^h  | signed.    The  total; security  will   be  I forfeited   if   the"4 contractor^"fails* to  -complete the work .contracted .loc.*' »/  Certificates of-payment shall be-ifl-  Bued monthly as the: work progresses  - and  shall  not exceed  in  the. aggre-,  gate  ninety  per cent.   (90%)   of the  -■ '.Value' of,vthe^Wlxjrtandr,material,",ftir-. ~ZZZ.  «^.M *■****.'  LtT <JR WORk STARTED  .Oeet  The lowest ,pr any tender not neces-i -■  8ajrJ^'icc<Sp)fe<A. ■*$$&?*'•'?''>?    ;4   'jftt  -   iri^eloBe^^n^ft^fe'te^ l«''  marked   ""Tender ^foi*   Extensions   W  t Tranquiiie ^ahatornirn,'' and addressed to the undersigned.   r(-: '•'-' "-'^•' ;\--1  ;:"' ;:T,""'::;'^'.'V":':"-';- '  E. MAHON,"■:-:;;i  .^ChairmaTi,: B.  C. Anti-Tuberculoels  <:.    Society.'' "-  710 SBirks building; -             ■-■■;,  ''Vancouver, B. C. :   '      ■*  -Mf"  ----r-_.-i-  •    '<,       .--■.■'  -11  i. ■■:      '-,.-"     . ■' ^--" 't ■'•'''          ■''"   '"                                                    ''  *"* ■■'  ■■•^  «*  . -■ ,-  ""■'•;^'. :■•"  '"'   '''* T' '«■■ '  J.  '■*'"■'''-".  BRITISH COLUMBIA—QENERAL  «*OCMIclOS' "* OWMlf  R. P. Wilson. DX.S.,A.M.E.I.C.  Civil Engineer  Surveys, Reports, Estimates  ' All Classes of Drafting  ......... ^.  ^rFIacK* Block   Phone, Sey. 8715  ;. ,'t-".".- ;,'.j,r     f!,;1; ■";•;-'.■.'.■'. " -as", ■.   ;   ■ ■■,■,■.'. ""***"  ..—.—  . ;.   ,....;.. ■■■■■' '■■■■■..■—^»—■■■■—»  >">■'.'-■**" "T1 r-*****'-'*" "■"""■"■"■   ■ " ■■■■■; i-■'.. ■ w..—m«mm  ATCaitaet  .^Iana Beady  r  r^trT-  '*,*T^T^TT^T**^;^"-"■^*'*,^**,^ •*•«• »Jj  "4a *>•■:.■ ■  ._.:-1:  . .- ■    ,  ,.^__   (    tm t l   FIRf CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  I. '-, ;  ;    1021.1024 Roaars BuIWIns  •   !  ■ .'■»'■  »   1     .' - "--',.  )..  i  u-t. - ^Kgiin.iaiea-'.att^,.  i'S>!  9  P^|ft|?t  #o  Soymour 3SSS-9M9  MoiaieiOfiiionttitievaa, «,,. f t I n s t s I s i s I s i s i If  (:.SZ  *BVJ  .■e^riljg'ic.-5* i;-i '■;  ii.'Jinx ji'a'J  Ki   vij'istis T;iii.*.v.'.;  n.?flO'i(;.'.-.'j  .- .'.'I. ■.•!.;'.....-''  Public Works Contractors  W  OfficeI813-81p Bower BSdg.  Vancouver, B. C.  *l>i*>   i'i!   -Vi  i.  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  :: notice  Kraft Wrapping Paper Is now being manufactured in British Columbia. The*paper ia  of excellent, uniform quality and of great  tensile strength.  8ample8 and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. 0,  h I  ""?•&*• r -WZfr^'y   *     <• *»f"+*9T-Jtn*,r<. Jt««iayMj*l.^»»jj;^*i   v   -j*Jj;r^KV*»Wfaj  ,'t  BMTltfl^t*^^  ^li* 4 •( **ri  '  —i   I  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying Information for Automobile-  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard foot control  Price $2.25  Catrell & Hastings  Sey. 2108 1259  Granville Si.  J «Mf,|-..   S.SS* *WVS«IU«>iW.M( J!-i^in_^^a^X3^-t.-I..fIM-:_.KS,~=M,„„TO  FORD CARS  '  GRAY & DAN/IS STARTERS  ,    FOR FORDS.  Sullivan-Taylor Motor Co.  250 Kingsway Fair. 2730  * -.  MICHEL1N TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL, LTD.  Everything for the IVIotorist  Phone Seymour 6411 ,** Quick  Service  j^p if11    ; vjujw     jj»'  ' wmF**** "SPjf"18^^  SEYMOUR TIRE * RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobsy's and Goodyear Truck  Tires  CORD TIRE ECONOMICAL  DURING PERIOD OF WAR  Active steps to encourage greater  economy among tire users by use of  cord tires are being taken by G. W  Seymour, of the Seymour Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 851 Pender Street West.  , Seymour's attitude is that through'  their.easy retreading, cord tires present a saving in the long ft-un to the  motorist.  v -        i i  "Cord*tires are not susceptible to  the usual injuries that shorten tlie life  of the fabric tire," said Seymour, "The  carcass   is   usually   intact   after    the  Travis and Frotheringham, 2-ton; Alberta Woodyard, 2-ton; Central Wood-  yard,' 2-ton; Wing Lee, 3-ton; O. Na-  tatsura, 1-ton; Vernon Feed Company, 1-ton, and the Victoria Baggage  Company, 1-ton.  "Well," replied the undertaker, "it  did ,gJve me a little trouble at nrei..  I„iiaed it for a mourning vehicle, you  know, to carry the mourners and  friends, and they don't like to be shook  up in their grief. t But now I'm using  it as a hearse, and I haven't had any  complaints so far."—Harper's Magazine.  REO'SPEED WAGONS ARE     .  ORDERED  BY GOVERNMENT  The Reo Motor Car Company will  deliver under contract to the Canadian Government . 183 Reo speed-  wagons, 85 of which will be used for  ambulance purposes'. For ambulance'  work the Government buys only the  chassis, fitting on its'own'ambulance  Motor Accessories        j .        . ...  ... „ * j    c   ... J     ,*,» tread goes, and the average cord can  851 Pender Si. W   .Sey. 3653 be retreaded 80 that ft wi,j be pr&c. bodies.    The remaining   part   of   the  . Ij^had been stated in London, Eng.,  recently that no poetry had been  written re our fair B. C, .but we  have since learned that the following  has been published and was written  by one of our own people:  There 'was  a  young  girl  from  Cow-  . ichan  Who   sat  scratching  herself   in   the  kitchen,  Her mother said, Rose, you've hives,  I suppose,  Nawitka, Mamma,  they're itching."  (Nawitka may be all right, but  just what does he mean by kitchen?  -Ed.)"  '   *  ' Blttl AflTI ttMIM THE BATTERY  PP^SJ^^HS^ Fdii VdTO CAR  siraie  40 per cent, longer life  ***       18   months'  Guarantee  r       i  PRICE , NO    HIGHER  «!'  C\        '     ''>'i,  -    »  -, Call and see us when passing  JARVIS  ELECTRIC CO.  «,, Distributors for B. C.  570 XtlchardM; ,St. } .  •'.!  i  i J  Baysaour 175  SAXON  SALES  COMPANY  ,'        Distributors for,  SAXON AUTOMOBILES  1272 Grsaville St. .-        Sey .339J  » * *    *   *  '   DAVIE VULCANIZING CO/  Auto and. Tire Repairs  y,.,,_ Vulcanizing  1234 Granville Si. Sey.  1184,  tically as good as new."  NEW PURCHASERS OF  t.        >     r * <• rti  LITTLE" GIANT'MOTOR TRUCKS  "All Ami the Name Implies"  '    ^vf;UsClE*W. PEA*SON.'Mgr.'^ "  Granville at Padic  ,c6Ns^t^bA*raS-motor eo!.1 ltd.  PACKAao'— .NasTfr- MAXWEtr  '.;UTaUCItSAAN0   PASSCNCCR-CAi^  ,JX  1230 Georgia Si -.. ...Seyssour 4030  BLACK BROS, LIMITED*   -**  Auloawbile Supplies—Car Bodies  *'     Tops and Seal Covert "i   ?„.  fl 11-15,He«er St.„ Sey. 669-69  LITTLE (SlANT TRUCKS'  Following is a' list of new owners of  Little Giant Trucks, which have, been  delivered since. July 15th, by Leslie ,W.  Pearson, general manager,lltpf thVldt-  tie'Giant Motor Truck Co., a*t the corner., of Granville and^Vaciflc.streets:'  The Merchants ' Cartage t Company,," a  3%-ton; Burke and ^Cameron;.a 3%-  ton and av2-ton; Beaver Transfer; a  3%-ton; Robt. Doherty>3%'-tonT"B.VC.  Electrli^2ft6n"; Paclftc Transfer, 2-ton;;  contract will be used for general  transportation purposes in hospital  work. The speed-wagon ambulances  will transport wounded men from the  transports to hospitals 'in the interior.  The delivery of the Reo speed-wagons  will mean' 400 such vehicles now in  Government service in' the Dominion.  JUST AN&THER VARIATION    i  ' - B-i  yw'-jj  No Kick Then.  The motor-car dealer met an undertaker one afternoon to whom he had  recently" sold a second-hand .'car. - *-"  "Well, Lane/' said the dealer, "how  about'that'car'Isold you?- Everything  goingv^tisfactoriry Vi. C- '~$ Z t > -V 'A        *  5P  1-  tire Jtepai^s  11   AT-  ^'jUiMllmt^^  we have Just aaaed to our extenatre tire business an Auto Repair D  U ment manned bynjen. who-have had considerable.experionce la ths^  "^ business both here-and in'France.'^ "        "     ,   "    "*'*' ■•'!-"■  *" ;/   ^^JWjscan nx your'car from top to bottom. %  DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  O.  S. HOC|CL.|«r,  Manager/  Depart-  repair  V        1  1234-Granvllla St. \  Seymour 1184  Vancouver; B. C.  t:-m  >»"-.!.'  stiOns  .t.,  'L<  tS>S .mm •   nS  De Quiz—Did yon bear about Jonest  De Whiz—No.  zi De Qulz^HeioWhlsrigtt leg/ '"    f  "^De Whis-^ra'ddus!  'I^thought be  !|uui every thing* In-his wlfe'sname.  »-w- -.^-js ^.^ ^ j  -j |       ; ,j#sals^Si saxftW- stZ<i£*l  i,  IK,  ith so many lowrpnced  soHcallied a'fiiti'-ski'ds* obtainable, would that great  host  motorists pay more ror„  it they Gould get its mertts;  etefeV^here?  *   v " r ■*"      " (        »>   v        „  .Also',*woiiljd' tnat^ other  targe^&oi car, owhlk^blSy  ^itat. .  i *'  i^  -".   J  '        i  f   r 'I      "  >  t  k   y\i tires which sbrncj^whatl  resemble  it  in   appearance  * -V» i ^> J-'V i. v\'  resembled it-in emcrency?  'S?' *■ *"'  I   ^w. . ?r    f -.i\     "'.*       ^*... /c^   '       H      'V     -*^ >  ^ v-1-^      -' ^ ^MJ^.IA/j^ -i ^«ti>.    y.  - J'c- 6-T'^;'  £- *^r— ■f1"*-^^—'i  s8-   .'!■!•    i^ ,"•    $,i    1  *^ V   «*.     w^.        X .t^-       ft- *A«  c riiJj.\» c_  The Dire  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  Making Good  cOvJrddbuu>  r^mmvmT  You want to make good in your business.   You want to meet the new war time demands of  rush work, economy, saving of manpower.  You want to cut expenses and get greater results from your equipment.    Make your truck  M   equipment, Little Giant equipment then.  Lfrs  Day by day more business'Rouses are placing their reliance in Little Giant trucks.    Growing        QflA(|wM,Kftwljflff^  ;  h  ';;'   resales prove it. "  : r When you buy a Little Giant you are dealing direct with the factory, we are here right on the  .1 ground to look after your requirements and service with a large stock of repair parts.  ' AH sizes of Little Giant Trucks now on display at bur show rooms. Drop in and let us^ demonstrate the celebrated Duntley Generator, an exclusive feature of the Little Giant, it makes  possible the burning of Distillate, kerosene or gasoline, keeping the engine free from carbon  and&more miles per gallon of fuel.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. P1ARS0N, Manager.  i»« !ft;tf^^Atts"*Vv.'v-;t   '-;.': i.;'.-« '.  Vancouver  AUTO TOPS,  DELIVERY^ BODIES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  COMMERCIAL AUTO SPECIALISTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  FUNERAL CARS AND AMBULANCES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  ONE, ONE-AND-A-HALF Aftb TWO-TON  TRUCK ATTACHMENTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  PAINTING AND VARNISHING  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  %  ft  f  A  ■»■  %  »;t  I:  -\    »!«♦   TS jh   **  SfW^  T,  i1     ^if  SEAT COVERS AND TRIMMINGS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TWC> AND FOURWHESL.TRAILERS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  •• -■■';.;•>    TRAicTJORi:iyc^:,:  .   TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WAfeOli^ HORSES CONVERTS  TDTPBR]'i STEELE, LTD.  WELDING, MACriiNlife^^HEEL AND  .•    ^,-.,;:a W:0B&m    ^  TUPPB^a''ft fefBELH, LTD.  ■■■I -CSA'J  j . Vi. i*^ i,  & STEELE, Ltd.  VANGOUVER, B. C.  Phones Bay. 138 and 139. 1667-9 Third Ave., W.  I  mm r  BRITISH COLOMBIA RECORD  =5     '«  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  "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 BF.3T QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  llMaJU  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour  1060 Honor St  Vaicouw 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 3. Specifications can be obtained from the undersigned.  B. C. T3RACBWELL,  Municipal Clerk. „  seen  and  specification  and  forms  of'. Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  at the office of the' per cent, of the amount of the tender.  V^   ,»_..!.-_,.    -_j      NOTE.—Blue prints can be obtained  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jonsa,,mrr.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS.  '    j ETCsf'A'*-  Owaen oi W;"CLIVE"  General Towing  SALE  OF SAWMILL AND  MACHINERY.  Under the power of sale contained'  in a chattel mortgage covering the  hereinafter described chattels, the  mortgagees have instructed me to call  for tenders for the purchase of the  saw mills of Bulman Lumber Company,    Limited,    situate    at    Cushion  tender obtained  District Engineers ^at Victoria and  New Westminster, B. C, and at the  Post Office, Tofino, B. C.  Tenders will'not be considered unless made on forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with  conditions contained therein.  Each tender must he accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the  Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent, of the amount of the tender.  NOTE.—Blue prints can be obtained  at this office by depositing an accepted  bank 'cheque for the sum of $10.00,  payable to the orde"r of the Minister  of Public Works, which will be returned if the intending bidder submit  a regular bid.  By order,  A. F. MITCHELL,  ,        Acting District Engineer  at this office by depositing an accepted  bank cheque for the sum of $10.00,  payable 'to the order of the Minister  of Public Works, which will be returned if the intending bidder submit  a regular bid.  By order,  A. P. MITCHELL,  Acting District Engineer.  Department of Public Works, Canada,  Victoria, B. C.  324 MIL  liw Wistiiistef  1815   ,;,  '••it        . t '**  *,!»'.  'rt  yp-  <■       *  r,',  * ..  .  yv*^,  ■*    U "* L  t\,rf;"     .■  ',,V   )"  £»''   "i > "  " _ .v. .     .  *-*",    ,     '•  ** •.' i  <A......  UXOfl 8. MURRAY  a»ANUFACTUIiei«5 OF  SI0W CASES, 8FF1CE  * storeImm^,  fiEWMl CAJPMTER WORK /  -i    u.    a* j^s^-V      • __ -c! ]*Zlx   ***nl    r ±       i ^i  *»  P«KTUI6.r*rEIMKG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  j'■!"»•*»  Cove, Salt Spring Island, and at Mon- a        ~ =>  -  —=   treal Street, Victoria, B. C. Department of Public Works, Canada,  The mill at Salt Spring Island has Victoria, B. C.      -  a capacity of about 25 to 30 thousand  feet a day and is on salt water with  good booming ground. Has electric  lighting plant, 50 lights, planers,  edgers, etc., also about sixty thousand feet lumber, medium sized scow  and small motor launch.  Mill at Victoria is small, planing  mill with equipment, doors, sashes ^and  large lumber scow.      /        (  Tenders 'Will be received for ,the  whole* or any-part of the said, property., up ,to August 19th, 1918,, and  must • be - accompanied by marked  cheque for o per' cent/ of tender. The  highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. 'A*^ ^ <        > -    .'  Full  particulars  may „be .had from  undersigned:   t.. ■.      *   «  *.'   l-1**    "V\c:d. WHITE,'    j  SOS^Central Bldg., Victoria, B. C.  Bailiff i for Mortgagees.  -V"  A %v*i  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  j   i  Steamfitting  1033 QramrHIa St.  Vancasnrar. B. C."  Phona Say. 13S  Rss. Bay. 77  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  s. j. wauir  E. E. SUiott  CENTRAL SHEET  METAL  ■kgHEXT, COPPER, BRASS  ^ and M)NWORK  RESTAtJitANT  EQUIPMENT  BOAT-iAlfKS  GLAlXi«fe»ANGES  STEAM TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATHfO       VENTILATING  P&tfMBING  Phone Sey. 620      151*6 Pender St. TW.  TAJfCOtTVEB, B. C.  .lVnOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  theTundersigned, 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,- 1918, for the installation -of  an automatic sprinkler system, in the  'two'' wooden l freight sheds" Voii, the  Government '"whalrf1   at   .Vancouver,  ". /Plana and fornis of "contract can  be seen and 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 >not be considered unless made upon forms supplied by  the Department and in accordance  with conditions set forth therein.  Each tender must be accompanied  tjy 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 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. I  By order,  R.    C.    DESROCHERS,  Secretary,  Department of Public  Works,       ,  Ottawa, July 17,  1918.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  ,   VERNON COURTfHbuVE.''  .' Sealed <, tenders ^superscribed "Repairs, ' Vernon Court' "House'"* will be  received ,by| the, * Honorable*' the Min:  isterof jPubiic Works up to 12 o'clock  noon' of,.Thursday , the ,15th '-day of  August, 1918/for certain" alterations to  ther Court House" at "Vernon, in, the  North Okanagan 'Electoral 'District,  B. C. ' * ' ' ' - ' *• ■■"  , Plans, specifications, etc.vcan^now  be seen atr the office of • the/ Govern-,  ment Agent,-Court House; Vernon, B.C.  - Lowest,  or any,   tender not necessarily accepted.    *-'-  ><*-'.   .,    . " -  A. E. FOREMAN,;  Public -Works Engineer  Public Works Department, " :\    * ^\\i  Victoria, B. C, July 23rd, 1918^  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  •   CANFORD  SCHOOL.  Sealed .tenders   superscribed   "Tender for  Canford  School"  will  be  received by the Honorable' the Minister  J of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon  of Tuesday, the 27th day of August,  191S,   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.        ; r-  '     >,A.  E. FOREMAN; *  Public Works Engineer.  Department, of Public -Works, - ;v ~-  .     Victoria, .B.» C," July 22nd, 1918.-74  ceived 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 Department, Victoria, B. C.  Lowest or any -tender not necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, July 22, 191S.  . '   I    ,      i     - l      - -V *+' '  NOTICE  TG  CONTRACTORS."  .   * '^-'SIDNEY SCHOOL.     -',-•'' T  Sealed ^ten^exs^superscribed ^Tender  for  Sidney ;School**-'wilR-be' re-  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  NORTH   SAANICH   SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders; superscribed "Tender for North Saanich School," will  be received by the Honorabla the  Minister of Public Works up to 12  o'clock noon jof, Thursday, the 15th  day of August, 191S, 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. *  u,\r. »    .A.,E.,FOREMAN,^  *''  , ,     -<rl'»>PubHC Works/"Engineer.'  Public.;"VVorks^Department,-r *    . \  ">,.Victoria/7b. :C, c July   22,   1918.-'  INSURANCE  IN ALL  ITS  BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY       PROPERTIES,   ,   FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  *      m   in        ■ i       ■  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1880  739 Hastings St: W. Vancouver  Telehpone Seymour' 7S20  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey.- 3315   , .511 Dunsmuir St.  NOTICE-1 TO CONTRACTORS. :!  ; Sealed tenders; addressed to the  undersigned/:".:"am'd"' endorsed "Tender  for Repairs to Wharf, Tofino, Comox-  Alberni District/B. C,," will, be received at this office until 12 o'clock noon,  oh August 31st, 1918, for the work  mentioned. t  Plans and*^ forms of contract can be  ,     NOTICE^TO  CONTRACTORS.  Sealed tenders addressed "to the  undersigned,^ and endorsed'* "Tender  for;Repairs yto Government f Wharf,  Victoria, B. C.,'wilfjbe" received'-at  this 'office- until «i2 o'clock noon,^ on  24triJ August, "1918, for the above nfen-  tioned''work. -   >      --- •' - l -J  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification andt forms of  tenders obtained at the offices of the  District Engineers at Victoria and  New Westminster, B. C.  Tenders will not be considered.un-  less made on 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, equalto ten  per cent, of the amount of the tender.  NOTE.—Blue prints can be obtained  at this office by depositing an accepted  bank cheque for the 5sum of $10.00,  payable to the order of, the Minister  of Public Works, which will "be returned if the intending bidder submit  a regular bid.  By order,  A. F. MITCHELL,  Acting- District Engineer.  Department of Public Works, Canada,  Victoria, B. C. .  i v  GEORGE the FIFTH, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom^f  Great Britain ami Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond, the  >^Seas, KING^Defentier>of theFaith, Emperor of India. ^  To altto whom tlieSe presents^ shall come or whom tjie same may in any  . -V^wise^cohcern^GRfEETING^: v/f<^{&trr k.,, ^j,^*;.),   , <- , jV^i ,-,  A Prociamation^of^»nditibnal\ amnesty 'r^pept^ti9|m ^ongM^to  ;   Class 1 under ttfe Military Service Act, 1917, who have disobeyed four  Proclamation of 13th Oct6ber,t1917,,or their orders to report for duty,  or are 'deserters^ or absent without leave from^e Canadian Expedi-  •tionary Forces  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS  Sealed tenders addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for Construction of Float, Hardy Bay,  Bf'"*C.,'' will be received at this-.office  until 12 o'clock noon, on 24th August,,  1918,^for the:work^^|||foned. T;;>^--^.  Plans and forms$j§f'contract can be  seen -and specification - "and forms of  tenderjB'obtained at'the offices of the  DistriotV Engineers, at Victoria ..and  New;^estmInstery;/B/jC;/V' WJ&-.&.. ■/  Tenders will not be considered^unless -made on forms supplied 'by the  Department and in accordance with  conditions contained therein/   ;;  Each tender mtist be accompanied  by an accented cheque on a chartered  bank'payable   to   the   order, of  the  TELEPHONE OATA  ITEW INSTALULTIONS  AtTG-UST 7, 1918.  ' _        „„,„n  Astor Pool  Boom, 147%  Hastings West .—•■ -Sey. .1 _/570  Mullett's   Market,  32  Hastings  East....; ^ey.  8o82  AUGUST 8, 1918. ■ on0Q  Star Transfer,  785 Horner : -- -- �� , £ey- 90JS  Thlelen.  Oscar, Auto : Repairs,  1112  Seymour  Street ... -Sey. 9084  McKenzie,   Mrs.   Janet,   Dressmaker,   2165   Fourth   Wdst Bay.  245b  AUGUST 9, 1918. c        nonr  Atlantic Tailors, Tailors,  53  Cordova West.. -.. |cy.  J-V>>  Watson, Madame, 2nd Hand  Dealer,  1032  Robson  Street....... Sey.  9286  Oyster Bay Cafe, Restaurant, 300 Carrall Street. - bey. J-»(  Matthews,   Jordan,' Advertising Service,  602  Hastings  West Sey. 9110  CHANGES.  Cope ^Sc^ETecU-lcal Supplies, from 760 Beatty to 150 Hastings W....Sey. 8600  Cone /£?™d^Man!rs.. from 760 Beatty to 160 Hastings West        Sey. 8600  Edmunds    H.   T.    Auto   Transfer  Co..   Automobile   Tranfer.   from   ^34^  Nelson to 738 Nelson Street •'••••■••••; ■£*?■ ■■„,,„  Vnlrview  Transfer Co., from   1684  4th W.  to  1795  3rd  W Bay.     220  Canada Nut Co.. Ltd.. from  1285 Pender W. to 1280 Homer. Sey. 1115  E. L. NEWCOMBE,  Deputy Muifcter of Justice.  Canada.  AND WE DO   HEREBY   STRICTLY  WARN     AND     SOLEMNLY     IMPRESS  UPON ALL SUCH MEN, and as well those  ' who employ, harbour, conceal or assist them  in their disobedience, that, if they persist in  their failure to report,' absence or desertion  ucicncc 01   v^anaua wiuci   wm  * »«*.*«»««w.«..    until the expiry of the  last mentioned  day,  of 13th October, 1917, although they have thus    they winfDe pursued and punished with all,the  become by law soldiers enlisted in the Military ' rigour and severity of the law, SUBJECT lTO  S, \ WHEREAS conatder-  B<  j alile numbers of men  -'•-"—•■- ' ^ '  belonging to Class I under our Military .Service Act, 1917, called out on active service in  our Canadian Expeditionary Force for , the  defence of  Canada under  Our Proclamation  Service of Canada,  Have failed to report for duty as lawfully  required of them under the said Military Service Act and the regulations thereunder, including the Order in Council duly passed on  April 20 last,.  Or  have  deserted.  Or absented themselves without leave  from our Canadian Expeditionary Force,  And it is represented that the very serious  and unfortunate situation in which these men  find themselves is due in many cases to the  fact that, notwithstanding the information and  warning contained in Our Proclamation afore-,  said, they have misunderstood their duty or  obligation, or have been misled by the advice  of ill-disposed, disloyal or seditious persons.  AND WHEREAS we desire, if possible, to  avoid the infliction of the heavy penalties which  the law imposes for the offences of which these  soldiers have thus been guilty, and to afford  them an opportunity within a limited time to  report and make their services available in Our  Canadian Expeditionary Force as is by law  their bounden duty, and as is necessary for the  defence of Our Dominion of Canada.  v_-.  NOW KNOW YE that we in the exercise  of Our powers, and of Our good will and  pleasure in that behalf, do hereby proclaim and  declare and cause to be published and made  known THAT THE PENALTIES OF THE  LAW WILL NOT BE IMPOSED OR  EXACTED as against the men who belong  to Class 1 under Our Military Service Act,  1917, and who have disobeyed Our Proclamation aforesaid ; or who have received notice  from any of Our registrars or deputy registrars  to report for duty on a day now past and have  failed so to report ; or who, having reported  and obtained leave of absence, have failed to  report at the expiry of their leave, or have  become deserters from Our Expeditionary  Force, PROVIDED THEY REPORT FOR  DUTY ON OR BEFORE THE TWENTY  FOURTH DAY OF AUGUST 1918.  THE JUDGMENT OF OUR COURTS  MARTIAL WHICH WILL BE' CONVENED TO TRY SUCH CASES or other  competent tribunals: and also that those who  employ, harbour, conceal or assist such men  will be held strictly accountable as offenders  and subject to the pains, penalties and forfeitures in that behalf by law provided for their  said offence.  Provided however that nothing contained  in this Our Proclamation is intended to release  the men aforesaid from their obligation to  report for, duty as soon as possible or to grant  them immunity from arrest or detention in the  meantime for the purpose of compelling them  to perform their military duty; Our intention  being merely to forego or remit the penalties  heretofore incurred for failure to report,  absence without leave or desertion incurred by  those men of the description aforesaid who  shall be in the proper discharge of their military  duties on or before the said twenty-fourth day  of August^ 1918. r  Of all of which Our loving subjects and all  others whom these presents may concern are  hereby required to take notice and govern  themselves accordingly. \;  IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused these  Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great Seal  of Canada to be hereunto affixed, Witness:, Our  Right Trusty and Right Entirely Beloved Cousin  and Counsellor, Victor Christian WiHiam, Duke of  Devonshire, Marquess of Hartington, . Earl, .of  Devonshire, Earl of Burlington, Baron Cavendish  of Hardivicke, Baron Cavendish of Keighley,  Knight of Our Most Noble Order of the Garter:  One of Our Mosh. Honourable Privy Council;  Knight Grand Cross of Our Most Distinguished  ' Order of Saint Michael and Saint George; Knight  Grand Cross of Our Royal Victorian Order; Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Our  Dominion of Canada. **  At Our Government House, in Our City of OTTAWA,  this FIRST day of AUGUST, in the year of Our  Lord one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, and  in the ninth year of Our Reign.  By Command,  "t-  iy  Under-Secretary of State.  ■9  J)  I

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