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 If  m  I  m  ri  _F~v*4  m  I  a  im  I™  'I  pff  fr$g  Pi  18  BRITISH*:  ory c> sy  RECORD  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver,  Publishers.  Covering: British Columbia.  Vol.  11,   No.  48,  Wed.,   Sept.  27,   1916  B. C. Distributor* For  BIRD & SONS  NEPONSET  PRODUCTS  WE SELL : :  Made in CANADA  -"n  "Coted" Waterproof Paper  Paroid ' Roofing"g  Granltized   Roofing*  Prostate  Roofing's  Roofing-   Falnta ■'  '-   Black  Insulating* Paper     fi  riorlan   Deadening-  Pelt.  Plain and Tarred Pap era  r  ; i" ■♦•. '■'  locte.   Wm. N. O'Neil Co:  Costs less than plaster _.__m__  i -   . ' ' ■  .... Vancouver-Estab. 1898-Victoria  and laths. „  WALL BOARD  fob Walls and ceilings  a  LESLIE, TAYLOR CO.  LIMITED,  Building Materials  Sidewalk Lights  Terra Cotta  Terrazzo  Marble  Tile  524 PENDER ST. W.  Seymour 4371  80 Pender St E  Phone- Sey. 405-605-5408-5409  Welch <8  Vancouver B. C.  Sole Agents For  Kilgard Fire Clay Co., Ltd.  Sewer Pipe  Drain Tile  Fire Brick  General Clay Products  Partition Tile Common Brick  Fire Clay Cement, etc.  Face and Fancy Brick "Jingle Pot" Coal  Teaming and Transfer Business Transacted  -.t—a.-praal-n*n_i-i im.i  ,  i-  j          {  >  Nnm-er  ■' 'Description  '        Coat  5253—2  StO  stool & conc  bldg.  ?3po,oob  ,  . /  '          /                          '  •  •  '  -  . '                                v  -  •  '  BUU-DING   PERMITS   AMOUNTIWO   TO  S500   OB  OVEB ISSUED  AT   THE  VANCOUVER  CITY HAIL YESTERDAY  Street 'Address  Lot   and  Block  Park Lane  Subdivision  .Architect  .Fred  L.  Townley  Qontractor  Address  Grant, Smith &. McDonnell,' Ltd.  Owner                           l  Address  'Great  -Northern   Rpilwav .'   t                             '  1  Building Materi al  Phone 2988  Ft.ofColumbiaav.  LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED  STOCK   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  PROMPT DELIVERY  P. E. HARRIS & CO., Ltd.  ELEVATORS  Passenger and Freight  MOTORS.  Alternating Current Mo-,  tors Kept in Stock From  One to  100 Horsepower  Vancouver, B.C.  504 Crown Blag.  Sey." 46981-  5  ,  -  It," -  .:. Panels,  Our'Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  ,  ,   We are also Sole   Agents   for   the   - -  .   Celebrated "Beaver .Brand" Maple  , and Birch Flooring. -    • -•*  Etc.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  _1320 Richards St. " "    _.'<   ft,....,    ^     Zy   "    ''_", .Vancouver, B. C/  ^^.^4..>a.>^.^5»»i-^.>i5».r-<Ks*.;^.>«&*>«S-*I*^%*#;T  $ . ': ^BUILDING NEWS."-..   *  TAna Construction Work not otherwise*  & .   -        Classiflea.'. "     .,"/"..?.  •;-''*»-I-^.v?>l♦t-«J-t•^•I-'S"■'^^l•!*^^^?>'-**^V^"'I•''--V'3■  < ' 7 BUILDING PERMITS.*, ' - j  , ~S252—Brick partition,,B.-C. Electric  Railway Station, B. C. Electric"5 JRail-  way, owner, $250.r-       ,   *    ,.  8254—Add. to bldg., .55 16th-. aye.  -west, llr. N. McEftven. owner, .*? 130."_,.  S256—1 .stbry frame bldg." -14th ave.,  west, Monastry,' owner, ?250.,    " -  THE HOLDEIN CO., Ltd.  ,  "        .  GENERAL RAILWAY?* CONTRACTORS "■•";-,  ,   ; ~ P7Z.   "■■ •*..' .* ^-\^supplies :::, "•;' v •; y~ z- -.-  _■-_»_,■-*-*%. ^  ■Sole A__.err._-_ In Canada For  .A-'i-r  '.L  <_-'-Vr  >>-<,  ^  Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.  r-Boyer^Rivetink.,4. Chipping  ilarnmers;''"'Little .Giant -^Drilli;^ Duntley Vf  ,*-'. _ .. .        ._  Electric'-Tools?}. Rock" Drills;   Air. Compressors  „--" Fi_el£Oirand.-'Gaa."Engines.". .''. '>   "A  ^ . _.     v ,       *   3    j  VANCOUVER—A fire that occurred  at the Lee tea/rooms, English Bay, occasioned damage amounting to about  11,000. ., v . . . - %  QTJALICU-M-^The , petition . for , the  erection"of a wharf at Qualicum Beach  has:been forwarded to Mr.--H.-S. Clem-  enis,' the  district. '"  Dominion 'member  VIEWPOINT OF     ..  i      SEATTLE ARCHITECT  f ;■    ON SUB-BIDDING  PAPER' PRESENTED BEFORE ARCI.l-  -. TECTS/AND CONTRACTORS GIVES  E *].Ei?lGNERS* SIDE OF. EVIL PHAC-  ""TICE.-   ,' ...'.-  By   JAMES   STEPHEN.  _ The term  Sub-Contractor  pres-umes  a  Principal Contractor.  . "A'r principal 'contractor., mav be a contractor without principle, but generally  speaking- he is an ..une_,t master builder  and a.' pretty good fellow when you  know him.  ,-" He may also be a building broker and  not a contractor ' at (£11 as he alleges.  There Is also the contractor who has no  knowledge of hib adopted business, an  interloper ,pure and -simple, -who butts  in and tal.es a chance, expecting the subcontractors to pull him out and leave  him a profit. . *  In this class, although not exclusively,  we find the peddler -who takes sub-bids  "from a number of department bidders,  lumps these together and -puts In*- his  bid. thfn if awarded the work starts his  peddling- methods all over again to jew  down his subs to a point- where no  profit exists except for himt-elf.  3,' There is the,contractor w*rio cares uot  how his- worl-'may *be done so 'loni. as  he sees a profit -and -*can- get by with* it.  " The.contractor., who makes a *-*■*■ —:*-v-  -Netttr-»t.' Tort...  Wm\fti~  ...  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  asm  ■rf  66  TMOR  99  Roller Bearing Drills--Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  , <    Chipping. Hammers-Wood Borers -Turbine and Electric Drills  ' High Speed Steel -Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories'  -c  1 144. HOMER ST.  Rhone Sey.  4100  I_-______-__!|  542 Pco.er SL W.^Vhcnw I.  -   ,■ -* [flHe Sty. 1065 !' -  PACIFIC LIME  Uiio<niallod for quality. ' °  99.5% pure." , ( ■- _.  Saves men's time in slaking.  Consumes more sand than any oilier lime.  Al, all tivsL class dealers.  the- Dominion ...Construction  for" $,f6,9G2.50     by"th*e"'Cit>* J Council  Monday ni_rht, on the recommendation  of the board of works. * '  PACIFIC LIME CO, Limited  Scy9506  Vancouver  VANCOUVER—Time for submitting  tenders   for   the   construction   of   the,  herder.--mi_.l-t* have .been* aj'far_ner.  -__He secured a .cont.act._to construct al  heavv i-etainintr-wall not a mile from, the J  intersection "of Washington "Street and  Second Avenue, South His method of  procedure, if specified, would read as-  follows: Spread out jrravel enough to do  the job I foot thick on Second Ave.  Spread over .this gravel six inches of  sand.     Spread   over   this   sand   one   inch'jj  jetty pier.  the figures are now on their way  -.ondon, Eng-.  Montreal  "Winnipeg:  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   E.QUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,   LUMBER,  ETC,  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  508 Haatinffs W., Vancouver, B. C.  Cement Togting- Laboratory, Room 1601; Physical To_tin_r IiRborat.ry, Room Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  lot* cement,  take  (ire  hose and  wet.   turn  at Vancouver for the Cana-'the  mam  or  mi<'-.s  over and  back again;  . . , | usinir   a   two-horse   team   and   ordinary*  dian  Pacific Ry., expired .Monday, and > p_ow.   Well,   he did  it and  then  it   took f  tr,   about   fift-i.11 hours  ty wheel and  shovel!  , it   into   i>lfic-_      Where  the  specifications i  Winnipeg where   thev "will 'be consid-; failed    was   in   not   specifying ,a   slip |  '    ,       . _.     __,._,..' .      . ' scraper to  fill the forms  ered.   About thirty bids-were received      ^v'e Wouid not have you believe that"  this   was.  a   repi e-sent.uive   type  of  con-'  i tractor,  at least  they are  not all  as  in-j    ' gf*nious,  but   men  to  be  depended  on   to  Considerable  progress  r-  do  the  right   thing,   m" the  right  place,  1      ** i and   in   the   same   measure   as   men    in  other pursuits  the foundations for the new Kooienay^^^m.r^u^ect te Mb^ieiUnjc. which  last  two or  three -j-ear*-, .legitimate stib-  etting   and   the  other  kind,  subbed  and  •esi-bbecl  and  pieced  out  until  the  won-  ,,,,-„_.  nf     hip'o'er is that the work is ever accomplish-  \\ui&  ul     tn-^.      T].e contr.lctor ceases   to  be a con-  virtually  becomes a broker,  at the local office of the, company.  XELSON-  now being made on the construction of  Lake' General hospital, where a gang  of men.is engaged in laying the stone ..subbed  work for the easterly wing ot the  building. The_ removal of the stone  pile.to make room for the south wing  of the new hospital is practically, completed and it is expected that the actual work of building will now be car-  erid to a speedy completion.  BEAMS,  CHANNELS, ANGLES, PLATES, TEES, COLUMNS  COMPLETELY* EQUIPPED  PABRICATING  SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Pairmont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver, B. C.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  VICTORIA—Having completed the  regrading and constructing of a macadam road on Pandora avenue, from  Harrison street to Fort street, the engineering department has secured approval to expend the $1,000 remaining  of the ?."),000 appropriated to repair  the section between Harrison street  and Chambers street.  I      It   is   ob\ u.us   that   work   done   under  Lindbei'g is now in the i such conditions  is bound to be poor and  DEALERS   IN  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  .'■..' ■' / -'•■-.'  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.  NELSON—Investigations into (he  desirability of erecting a zinc smelter  on this side of the international boundary" line to handle British Columbian  ores are being conducted by C. u.  I.indberg of Now York," an engineer  representing.the American Zinu Company. The American Zinc compau.  owns numerous smelters in the United States.   Mr. B .- .._ _,  city on his return from a visit to the J  Hudson Bav mine at Sheep creek.   He!  i  will  leave  shortly  for  Ferule,   where;  he  will  look  into  the coal  and  coke  (mpstion.  , Whether the company wilt build a  smelter on this side of the line depends upon the assured tonnage ot  zinc ore that is in ' sight, the freight  rates, the fuel supply and the character of the ores available.' Upon the  latter question will depend the type of  smelter, if it is decided to proceed  with the project, which would Involve  an investment of probably $.1,000,000,  It will1 be several weeks before the  company roaches any definite conclusion on the matter.  tractor and  virtually  becomes a  if  not  a structural   gambler,   who  takes-J  a   chance  of   getting  the   work   through ,  without a loss, while his subs or his sub-;  subs take a chance on  having  the  work'  hold together until they get their money, I  while   the   poor   architect   (I   speak   ad-  visedlv)   is   driven   to  distraction  in   his  efforts"   to   get   a   reasonably   decent   result lor lu^ client as he labors with the  Irresponsible  -lib   who,  it   may  be.  does-  riot   speak   i-nghsl.   aud   is   open   to   no  reasoning  .\-ept  a   physical  demonstration.    A.* an instance in point     a grad- _  ing contract   was it-cently  let by the __e-'[  aitle   School   Hoard   to   a   bioker   (not   aj  gambler   as  you   will  see*-   who  as  soon,  as   ho   had  signed   up   sub-let   the   woikf  to  an   .Snglish-spe'iking Italian  for  $SO0 j  les«   than   the   amount   of   his   contract.!  Tills aiiper-stihcontructor In turn re sub-i  bed   the   work   to   a   group   of   ordinary  It.tllau   -.ub-contractors.     As   they  could,  not   further sun   it  out  they  started  the  work   and   scrapped   it   nut   with   the   inspector,  who \s.i-s  In   hot water tluough-  out   thf   entire   job,    not    being   able    to  understand or  make  himself  tiudei stood  by   this iiggiuvatitic;.  in espotislble bunch  i of Inoomt'. ti ntt. It took a judge m tho  superior couit to settle the affair*) of  this  combination  '     This  is   nut  one concrete   case  of   the  I broker's  game.  I Then we have the super-sub or contractor  who  pieces out the work  to  fein-  ! gle or small groups of men who are led  to bid  and  underbid each  other  through  ! a  system   of  peddling,  until  the work  is  i finally  done at a   price much   below  the  | prevailing wage for that class of work  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING 'STEEL:-—  J-argest 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 Special1 Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  PORTLAND CEMENT  LIME —  FIRE  CLAY —  SCOTCH   FIRE   BRICK  —   HYDRATED   LIME  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  lOlO LANGLEY ST.  Telephone 5037  unsatis factory  Can you wonder that the architect becomes "pessimistic and that the milk of  human kindness of winch he is possessed  ceases to flow out of thes>e particular  contractors, brokers, super-subs and ped-  dleis who have done their best to queer  him   with   his client'.'  Generally speaking the Architect prefers to let separate contracts for the  heating, plumbing and electric work, and  does not take kindly to having these departments let under the general contract.  They realize that more or less of the  work represented In a general contract  must be done tinder sub-contracts, such  j as painting, tile work, sheet metal work,  i and perhaps plastering, but in no case  should sub-contracts be let for the structural parts of the building, including  concrete, masonry, carpentry, erection of  steel work, etc. In other words, 'the  contractor or his foreman should be in  active charge of building operations  from the inception to the completion of  all  work in connection  therewith.  It   is   up   to   the   master   builders   to  raise   the  standard   of  work  done   under  (Continued on  page  2.)  One-  MACHINERY BARGAINS  -Sive  No.   12  Steel   Finnic   k'oehring Concrete  Mi.er  with  Side  Loader, Gasoline L'ngine, Automatic Water Tank,  -VI-VV  cotuil  Two-  One-  tiou . ...  -Size Xo. 7  -Size Xo. 7,  do  do  $1,150.00  $1,000.00  $   700.00  10 00  l.f. 00  65.00  Co.00  do do do MOW.    Kach.  do do do SI-X'OXD IIAXU..  (Condition equal  to new;.  T*ao—Bull-.'rog   Concrete   Cai ts      Each $  One—G H.P. "Koos" Junior Gasoline Engine, Second hand, equal to new $  One—'I H.P. do.      do. do. do. do  $  Two—2'/i   H.P. do. do do.       do.      XI-W    $  One—Centrifugal  rump,  capacity  700  Gallons  minute,   150   ft.   head.  Belt-dnven.     Kqual   to   new $   250.00  Canadian Allis-Chalmers Ltd.  1063 Pender St. W. Vancouver, B. C Seymour 5710  THE METAL PRODUCTS CO. LIMITED  ORNAMENTAL IRON, STEEL CASEMENTS  STEEL SASH, BRASS & BRONZE  New.We-tminster  Phone 177 ,  Vancouver Office, 304 Bank of OU«wa Bldg.  Phone Sey. 5266 ' lr  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  I !  British Columbia Record  Published every Monday, Wednesday arid  ~   Friday by the    ,  RECORD' PUBLISHING   CO.  Address: 'BS3" Homer-Richards ^Lane  ,  Rear of 431 Dunsmuir Street.  Telephone Seymour 780S.  C. M. DAVID MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Rates     >  /   Payable strictlv in advance.  THE ARCHITECT'S  VIEWPOINT  OP       -  u SUB-BIDDING.  (Continued from page 1.)  sub-contracts by weeding out the incompetents and crooks and let their  work only to reliable men This does  - .tot necessarilv mean cutting out the  little feiow, but lather the crooks; you  Know them, will you pass them up on  the next job? '  The average client having (t. building  to erect is usually keen on lettins; his  -work to the lowest bidder, whether responsible or not, believing that his architect will see that he gets a good 1ob—r  that's what he's paying him for, etc.—  "but such is not always the case,'and instead of getting a good 10b he gets,  jobbed, and the pity of it is he doesn't  always know it. >      , ■  -   The cure for this deplorable condition  rests with the workmen,  the contractors  and the* architects,  each doing his  part,  the former by  refusing-to  bid  on  piece  ,    -work,   the  contractor   by  doing   his  own  o  work through  a. foreman  or individually  and   paying  a' reasonable   wage   to   his  •workmen, and   the  architect. )_v  inviting  bids  o»xJvy from   men.who  are known   to  pjer  .  be   legitimate    contractors,   and     giving  Theatre"Bldg  them' the pr-el'erence in open competitive  'bidding,   in   brief,  giving 'recognition   to  true   business   mtegritv.      May   we   not  from now on call a half in our  reckless  methods   and   jointly   co-operate   in   advancing  the standard of  building practice."- . » . J ,  WHITE'S CEMENT  PACIFIC LIME  ELEVATOR CABLES  DERRICK CABLES  GALVANIZED GUY WIRE  R. V. WINCH & CO. Ltd.  OFFICE SEY. 280  Vancouver and Victoria  WHARF FAIR. 2655  "^  HOLES  We Drill Them Any Size, Any Depth,  For Any Purpose  ROBINSON CONTRACTING CO., Limited  ( •aK.'S/ Robinson, Contracting Engineer  •v , .    **   .    - V-','  Winch Big.  'Phone Seymour 6888  Specializing ,in; ff«K<nda-ion, Test  and  Core Drilling'  PROPOSED   NEW    WORK  Character EsUmat-d   Cost  ■H   - *:   * v  v   *   -f-~  VICTORIA—A deputation from the  e.mil.owners waited on the„streets and  ■ * * i  •'' 'tsewers committee of the council yesterday asking the alderman t either to  '•, reconsider, or to. postpone operation  for eight mouths of the smoke .nuisance by-law. „lt was pointed-'out "that  "no" satisfactoro*"   solution*, of   charred  i i * * -  ^     i >  ! * sawdust combustion had ,*-been obtained,   but a test^'had   been   made" from  "which good results were expected. Mr.  — Cameron - said *he-''had' a'-'uiari experi-  menting  at    Ballard,    Seattle,   on  a  * smoke arrester, which was an adapta-  ' tion of the arrester used in the",woods>  -- and which was-hoped, to be'of service.  He claimed that the advent of the fall  * would ''relieve , the objectionable dust  nuisance complained of, pending the  experiment. - - <   i      ." iv .  Pleasine Pier    A rmoi-yc   Bank  building   Church  bldg     Hotel   .   Bridge  .— -   Harbor Works  .....  Bathhouse & Park   Bank & office bldg   Paving        200,ODO   .     250,000      $350,000   Not given   Uncertair    $2,000,000  ....   $1,750,000  "_"..."-'$To"o7ob'b"   Not given  .$450,000  Bathhouse"".'."".".'.*."'..*.  '- $75,000  Character .._ _ '-  C*»\  Brk. and mill schools •.?Sa,22S  Steel   Bridge f?sn'n«n  Y.W.C.A.  Home   '- •_,'122-222  Union Passenger Depot '1j2x2,222  8 sto office bldg ....-........■.......$300,000  Stone church    ■'. f?X*2x_.  School   J". -'- !J2'222  Rink   (Curling)   _ ''^'222,  Apartment  :. -<-•-   $27,000'  O  i- - '  * '_  i        f  : c:*,. *''  -j *   _. * i   rt  *ir       r  il jJu »"* —  ^™*\   -*  r  '^y.y-Z -..  . -V-" -  -'*. ■*> -    7  * ,-r. "■".'  -PBOvurciAX. estimates are ,-  7 ,"  7 TABLED XZT THE HOUSE  \ VICTORIA.—A   revenue of just under.  '16,000,000 and an expenditure of $11,000,-'  „0_0 -for- the ryear" commencing April* 1  . Tiext is predicted in <■ the provincial esti-  : l mates'^which  were tabled" in jthe__House  lay :Hon."-'Lome-,Campbell,""! 'Minister1 of  Finance, on-Monday. -The revenue shows  .« a -falling off of^aboutv^l.OOO.OOO "for the  anticipated .revenue _foiv this  year,'»while  1 ",the expenditures show, a s>ligh£'tlncrease.  -"''"'The   exact" estimated ; revenue   is   $5,-  j*   944,015*. ,as 'compared",witlv$7,l3 1,015- for  ,(the present "year, "a'diffeience of ¥1,095,-  000. -The estimated disbursements are  ,-$11,301,37'.',' as   con.paied_.w_th, $11,163,-  ,_56 for^the previous year, an increase  -   of  $13S,000.    The ^.increase is, more  than  -accounted,^fort. by the -'increased t fixed  . charges,-which are over* $300,000.    .'%,   •  "'" fSammary of Expenditure  The   summary   of   estimated   expenditure   indicates   that   in   four   of   the   3 4  Government services there will probably  "be   an   increased   expenditure* over, lastI  ■year.    In .-the   rest  a   reduction   is   pre-,)  dieted.'  ",   The following are  the totals:  1915-16.     1916-17.  -Public  debt - $1,152,376  $1,422,254  Civic  government  (salaries)      1,709,566      1,687,736  Character  School "..-. '■ -*-   Dairy- Station >__ ......  Water Supply System   Grain  elevator   (35,000  bu.)k  School_   Plant   Improvements    .-.   Steel Bridge    Steel Bridge'.....'-   Grain Elevator (25,000 bu.) ..  Market Building  ." •/-  Sewers, .*.......   Street.Work  T.   .... Cost  .  $7,500  .$20,000  VANCOUVER  Location ''. •  Owns.  -Vancouver   C. P.   K.  Hastings  St Ale*  Vantage..  English Bay  Coates & Co.  Grand view    Government  Dunsmuir & Granville Dominfon Ban-  Van.   .Methodist  Extension  Society   'Mt: Robson  G. .T. P. Ry.  2nd Narrows. .Burrard Bridge & Tun. Co  Kitsilano  Reserve    Go\_rnmei.t  Kitsilano Beach Van. Park Board  Hastings & Granville Royal' Bank  Saanich ..'. Municipality  English   Bay    -"....-i withheld  V*       VICTORIA      ,*'".„  Location    Ownsr  Victoria   Ci ty  Victoria  .-. '- : ' City  Victoria      Y. .W.   C.   A.  Victoria _ C. ,P. R. and C. N. R.  Victoria German Can. Trust Co.  Victori-_..?.Christ Ch. Cathedral Bldg Ltd.  Saanich (Victoria)  /...'....".School Board  Victoria.....'. Victoria Curling Club  Architect  -Flans R-Kiy    Soon  Owners    B.  M. Pretica •'■   OvMieis    -   Perry  &   l''owler .—-..-  Vot selected Sketches under way  In   bands  of   committee .............f......  Company .'iTndefinite  C   A   P   Turner West Foundation Co.  government   •-•  Preparing  No plans drawn yet Waiting I< unds  No  archt. (Commissioned  yet....l   Slunicipal Kngineer ..Soon  Emll  Guenther v   Architect  :  «»»■ Beady  Spurgin  & Wilkins Indefinite  Owners     .... Preparing  J   C   Frame  Soliciting  Jbunds  Co. Engineers  "  Preparing  No further details available   Jones    &   Beatson—Arranging   finances.  Floor Coverings  If you have C&i'eoleum on .your-floors,' you- can run "a mop  over them and they will ber cleaner than any.' swept floor.'-  ConRoleum is.waterproof right through—water cannotMnjurc  it. ,Compared with printed linoleum, Con^oleum is more  durable, more attractive, more waterproof, yet the "price is  less. 'Conn-oleum requires no fastening—any one can lay it ;  Tit won't curl, up.      .  ' " ,  Congoleum Rug Borders, laid next to a rug or  carpet, give the actual,appearance of polished oak.   $50,000  „'".'".'$'*-5*'6b'o'   $15,000  .__""'""$35'"bbo   $24,000   $50,000  /'.BRITISH ' COLUMBIA—GENERAL >  Location :    Owner  Trail -. :-.±   City  Nanaimo  i •  Slty  Malllardvllle  .". :..-..'-  City  Kamloops  Kamloops .Farmers Ass n.  Rossland   . , ] ^,,<-"i5'-*'  Prince Rupert Imperial Oil, Co.  Vanderhoof - -'•  Pro.   Govt.  Prince'George  Pro. Govt.  Kamloops' Maple Leaf Milling Co.  New "Westminster  City  Nanaimo .:...:.—'. --*-  City  Prince'George .'..' ;  City  Coates & Flett.1:.   Jessie -M.  Warren  .To Build This Year  Architect   Tlonu Beady  THE PATERSON MFG. CO. LTD  10th AVE. and ARBUTUS ST.  VANCOUVER, B.C.   .  :c   " Bayview 772  r J  _■_-_-__.  -_.-.- -  Not decided upon    F. L. Macpherson, con. eng..  Owners ..  Owners ...  Owners ..  Owners ...  City   City    ..Now  Indefinite  """""shortly  Indefinite  Indefinite   '.. Soon  '  '"" "ikFBOVeHENTS LISTED nWEDIATEIY below-abe proposed  but have BEEN POSTPONED:  _.    4. ,/-.m„_."    '     '     - *"   $2*.0 000  ,Gore and Keefer....'.  .Dom. Govt.   Dom.'   Govt Delayed  Post Office   -- *^"'"""   South Vancouver" '        ..'. Dom. Govt    Dom.   Govt s , Delayed  oS-S?G_S5 "-____:=:_!*°_™-. FiiS. SS'r. S__r-__...F-r4 Motor CO.    Own.I. .____.._._ .  .-.yd  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  '        ' -'    *    * , "' , -." " i   ' I - "   r   l ' '  , 7^*>»p«ei_ilii« in prompt service for Contractors'  "■  • •<4-' 'r     temporary power installations  •R*C-Ei_ECTRIC  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  c^  <-"!-  'Phone : Seymour '5000 J-and; have;\ our1 representative,. call"  ••^i***^?'-,,S>*,I^*i*'i''^*'^,*I^t,'*-I-^>''I'^'*!^^^ -I^»>^>%--'y';;«3>i;-^;4gj.;-<£).;-ig>.jH^»^<st»>tj»»;.ta»»;.(«> ;  68,000  .89,820  467,426,  374.100  67.42S  167,62i.  '     472,575  525,800  308,670  * 1,524,500  43,000  25,000  3,023,010  2,032,000  ^Administration      of  justice   (salaries)  Legislation    I...  Public institutions  j,    (maintenance)    ....  m Hospitals and chari-  .    ties      '   Administration       of  1     justice         378,000  -- Jfeducation      1,594,600  Transport  _..    .'83,000  Ttevenue services ....       50,000  Public  works     3,067,315  Miscellaneous  2,128,752  . Jn this .year's'report of .the estimates  the" service "miscell-ineous" "is- divided  Into three distinct services.^ "Lands,"  upon which $565.000ris-io-be spent, this  year, and "agrlcultute," upon which  $176,500 will probably be expended, are  each' given a service to themselves, thus  greatly reducing the "miscellaneous"  .total. ri    "  ■ Present conditions have also necessitated more and larger hospitals, the result being an unusually* large increase  for hospitals and charities. Last year  $16,000 was voted in the way of assistance in the construction of hospitals.  This   year  about. $150,000 will   probably  ■ be granted for that purpose. Grants to  refuge homes, aid societies, etc, is increased from  $19,000  to $80,000,  University of B, C.  Among the appropriations in this  year's estimates is a conditional one of  , $200,000 for the University of British"  Columbia. Last year's estimate was  $176,000. Included In the works and  buildings to be constructed by the Public Works Department aie the following; Okalla prison farm, $15,000;  Improvement of government reserve,  Burnaby, $10,000; mental hospital and  colony farm, JSssondale. $35,000; provincial government buildings, London ("completion and maintenance), $175,000;  maintenance, $8,000. The appropriations  provincial normal school, vancouvui.  for roads, streets, bridges and wharves  In each constituency are the same its  last year. Chilliwack gets $33,300;  Delta, $22,100,' I.ewdney, $68,500, and  -ftichmond $10,000. Eighty thousand Is  -revoted for Kingsway through the Municipality of Bmriaby. Point Giey gets  $10,000 for roads, and Nicomen rsland  the same amount for dyking; $13,500 is a  subsidy for the r.adner-Woodward ferry.  The vote of $100,000 on last year's  estimates for tho Second Narrows bridge  is left off. For bridges generally $150,-  000 is set down, while for the bridge  over the Fraser River at Prince George  there will be an appropriation of $150,-  000.  'An i.em in the Land Department appropriations is that for $20,000 for  "timber testing and investigation of  wood pioducts." An Indication that.the  government intends to continue seeking  ' overseas) markets for the; B./C. lumber  trade is that another $50,000 is appropriated for salaries, travelling expenses,  and purchase of. material..  Other Appropriations.  Among the 6ther appropriations arc  the   following: .  Grant, to B. C, regiments, $5,000, grant  to patriotic fund ?6',000, grant ,to boy  scouts $1,000. grant to Victorian; Order  of Nurses $500, firant -to. returned soldiers' alid commissions, $15,000: Royal  Commissions $15,000 .(last year $50,000),  ebugar bounty $35,000. ; Contribution  to Vancouver toward pi'-chase of  ■certain lanes in AVard VIII. $5,000.  Fraser Rivei' Bridge, Now Westminster,  •maintenance and repairs, $20,200. Song-  bees Reserve improvements, $240,000.  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  1 V i ' *  ■,     - < ' I '  • '   *  -    .     _. ' __ t _ -..  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bids.  Vancouver, B. C.  ".$10,000  ,..$18,000  Sewers            24,000  Concentrator,  etc.    1>2SS'S?,S  Shipbuilding Plant      -2*_2'222  Railway Station  _      „*.2*22x  Concentrator         ?92-S2S  Public- Wotks   ,  15,0.000  Market   Building        _, __5"SS2  Theatre Building       150,000  Post Oflise "Bldg     Public Bldg   Wharf   _. -   2-sto. hotel  —_--■- . ,      w  City Hall   Esquimalt  3-sto   100x100   hotel -'. ••••■■■-»•  2—..-room Schools - each $20,000  Hotel  .      ..._ -  $1,0')0.00U  Depot bldg _ »"l-000,000  Fertillzing  plant & wharf $125,000  Concrete Sanitorium   !105'292  Flour  Mill & Elevator $250,000  Provincial Home (Central Wing)........•—•---•  Hospital   -'  !2°>000  City  Hall    $50,000  Office  Bldg. & Oil  Plant *200,000  Residence  (Stone) _.?_._.*___._.  Armorv   (Dom.   Govt.) SI00,000  Postofhce:  5-sto. conc *200.000  School    — . J20.000  Frame   Hotel-     !19'22n  Hotel   _    _?_?J?-J?J?__*  Brewery  !5°'°°Q  Library     $50.0f|0  Nanaimo  City  Copper Mountain  B. C. Copper Co.  Port Moody ....'. Boyd's Lta.  New Westminster  _ C. N. Ry.  Ainsworth, B.C Silver Hoard Mining Co  Prince   George City  New Westminster   City  New Westminster.-Alhambra Theatre Co.  Revelstoke _ - Dom. Govt.  New Hazelton .  Dom. Govt.  Sidney  Victoria & Sidney R.R.  Ocean Beach  (V.I.)  F. J. Lins  $30,000 _ .'.  Municipality  Pnnce  Rupert .* .'. M. Albert  Vernon, B.C Vernon School Board  Prince Rupert Grand Trunk Pacific  Prince Rupert Grand Trunk Pacific  Skeena River—Sc0t.7A.ner. Oil & Fer. C  Kamloope.—B. C. Anti-Tuberculosis Soc.  Coquitlam....Terminal Grain Elevator Co.  Kamloops, B. C -.Provincial Govt.  Nelson, B. C _ Municipality  Nanaimo, B.  C City of Nanaimo  Prince Rupert Imperial Oil Co.  Uplands   (Victoria)  Withheld  Prince Rupert  Dom. Govt.  Prince   Rupert _ Dom.   Govt.  Rossland   _    City  Prince  Rupert A.  J.  Prudhomme  Fort   George Not   given  Fort George Peace River B. & M. Co.  Nanaimo  City  [ City, _ _   Owners      »   '.   Soon  Owners *.   Owners    .-   City " _   City   ..._   Moscrop & Whitburn..  Dom, Govt,    Gov't   ....   Soon   Completed   —..Preparing  ..  Tenders  closed  .Will   Build  Soon  Jessie M. -Warren Tenders Closed  Thos. D. Sedger  Preparing  Prince Rupert Arcnt. Under Way  Bell & Constant; Branch & Coxall   F. M.'Rattenbury, Victoria Soon  F  M. Rattenbury (Victoria)- Soon  J. S. D. Taylor  _..' Tenders closed  Dalton & Eveleigh.....'. -Tenders .Closed  PlanS Approved No Date Given   .'.Reported  Work Will Start Soon  Now petitioning for appropriation.  Not Drawn Asking Govt. Grant  G. A. Woodland, P. Rupert representative  Jesse M. Warren Tenders soon  Govt.  Tenders  soon  Gov't   Tenders  closed  No.   Archt.   commissioned   yet   Site Just Purchased   Herbert J.  Peyton.T. Sketches  ready  Wilson & Wilson .-. Tenders closed  Undecided    .'.  .Indefinite  fftfd4VVV0_,#«#*«»»*V##»*»*-4»V--B*#*-***-*     .»••••*_._ *-*##ft«--_*A»* _•_,«_.»** »•*■_-  tf,«»Bva»_raBSV_.»**«_,    #MHif.(i.*fnj«Mt#*-«#.-i»f«»t»i"#»*n#ii*.*#f.«###f#f  IMPROVEMENTS l-ISTED  IMMEDIATftlY BELOW  ARE  PROPOSED  BUT  HAVE   BEEN  POSTPONED  ,rotpl $200,000 I Fort  George Grand   Trunk   Pacific  Hotel. Fsto7^£"7inTer:.:Z:..:. $20,000 I Port   Alberni...,. ......Tom   Magrath  Church   (fr.)    -    Coriuitlam    5'sto brk, mill and steel $150,000 I Kamloops    Episcopal Church  ....Kamloops Hotel C«.  Uolablrd & Koache (Chicago) Delayed  Evans & Cook  Delayed  Perrv & -".Fowler  Delayed  W.  T. Whiteway _• Delayed  'I  'I  Concrete Reinforce_7ient Bars  Plain Round, Square and Cold Twisted Squares  WIRE NAILS and other WIRE PRODUCTS  BAR STEEL  DOMINION IRON & STEEL CO.  Mills and Oanaral Offices:   SIDNEY, N. S.  LIMITCD  •^'-'■♦'-■^•^--•-"H^*^ <M»^■^+«-■*•^•'-^'^«^■'$M^-^^  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Building location  Residence     Metchosin  School    millers,   E.  &  >-•  Residence  Foul Bay Rd.  Residence    Gillespie   Place  3-sto   Apmt •■  School   Hollywood  4-sto.   dept.   store  bldg Victoria  Pinrs   (Concrete)    Victoria  School   (Quad!a)    "^|c.tor !.  School   (Beacon Hill)    Victoria  Brk.  veneer church Victoria  Detention Bldg.  (Victoria)  Victoria  Wharf (Marine Depot)  .Victoria  .  Breakwater   Victoria .  Character     Coui  ....$20,000  Elevator      Po'wer "House   Bldg   (Conc.)   Hotel  .:.- -.......,..-.."-.- .....  2-sto stone & steel bldg   Dairy  Bldg.   (conc  & brk)   2-sto brk bldg...... ........  2-Rto.  apmt,- ........: (No  Residence .—   Factory.'...."...--•■• • ..............  Dredging   Sand   Heads ....  Bridge Abutments   (12)     Govt. Bldg. - -   High  School...... .-   Jetty   &  Dredging   Roundhouse •   Bridge     - -   Dam. Mills, -tc   Water   System •  Mills,   Wharves,   etc..........   , $26,000  .$20,000  $ 20,000  -...$15,000  Details)  .   $_.0,000  ..   $25,000  ....$70,000  -.''$30,000  ..   $20,000  ..$755,000  .... $20,000  5,000  1,000,000  40,(TOO  750,000  VICTORIA  Eat. Cost Owner  $20,000  H.  R. Hammond      School   Trustee.  10,000   H-   Lawson  35,000    F.   Nation  45.000      A.  Winch  $4 4,000   City  $700,000   Hudson's  Bay  Co.  $2,000,000       Government  $46,500    School  Board  $] 7,490    School  Board  $20,000   Colomba Presbyterian Ch.  $32 000    Dominion Govt  ..   $24 500   Govt.  $1,000,000 Dom.  Government  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Location      .Ownor  Chilliwack  Rockwell, Theal & D.  Kamloops    Ci ty  Prince George....Prince George Hotel Co.  Nelson, B C ....Carmen' Maglio  Duncans.   B.   C.   Nanaimo J. B. Nicholson  Prince Rupert..... J. McMordlc  Metchosin .....H. R, Hammond  Lulu Island....Morrison Steel & Wire Co.  Fraser River ' Government  Grand  Trunk  Pacific G.  T. P.  Port Alberni  Govt.  Port Al-berni..   Municipality  ■"-Torth   Arm Fraser River .Govt.'  Fort George G. T. P. Ry. Co.  Nanaimo  * '■  City  Princess  Royal   Island....Tonripah-Relmon  Port   Moody City  Ocean .''alls I'acific Mills, Ltd,  Contractor  .Grayson  &  Son   Local  ...A.  H.  Mitchell  ,....P,   McKechnle   Fulton   Bros.   Luney Bros.  B. C. Const. Co  Architect  Butler &  Harrison....,  Spurgin   &   Wilkins...  S. Maclure    S.   Maclure     C.   E.  Watkins   Spurgin & Wilkins....  B. Horwood & White,  Govt Grant Smith & McDonnell  Keith & Watkins Luney Bros.  Keith & Watkins Luney Bros  Wm. Henderson Knott & Jones  Govt Rourke, McDonald & Moncrieff  Govt Parks, Tuppcr & Kirkpatrirk  Govt    Sir John Jackson, Ltd.  Architect Plans Ready  N. J. Hall W. H. Davidson, Supt.  Ducane Dutcher & Co...,...Wm. Greenlees  Butler &' Harri-on....Brewster & Pclham  Geo. C. Egg...... .........Waters & Pasco  J.  O.  M.  Keith; ..Island Building Co.  A. Fprrester.-.Watson, Jacks & Anderson  Jas.  Gilmon...........  Sub-contracts  Butler & Harrison.... ..Grayson & Sons  Owners ..Day   Labor  Govt.. .......Navigation A. Dredging Co.  G. T. P J. A. McK<!nzle & Co. Ex. Bldg,   Kn'ott & Jones, of Victoria   !.. Warnock & Cochran  Govt.   .J Pacific Dredging  Co,  Owners Carter Hall  & A.  City    CI ty  t   Co. .".-.■ Owners  City Robertson,   Godson   Co.  Owners    Owner'*,  TOCH'S "CEMENT FILLER"  AND  " CEMENT FLOOR PAINT"  Protect Cement Floor* from Dusting. Produce a Finish of Lasting  Durability. Render the Floors Absolutely Dustless and Impervious to  Water, Oil or Grease.  <    Used  Extensively in  OFFICE  BUILDINGS;        •    HOSPITALS; POWER  HOUSES; ..RESIDENCES; ..    STORAGE  WAREHOUSES; GARAGES; FACTORIES,  Etc.  WRITE FOR COPY OF NEW BOOKLET  Manufactured In Canada by  "R-1. VV." Damp-Resisting Co.  Office-202 Mail Building, Toronto Factory-Oakville, Ont.  Why  Walk?  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Evana, Coleman & Evans, Pt. Col. St., S. 2988
O.Neil, Wm. N. Co lad., 548 Seymour.S. .795
Ritchie   Con     A   Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Gran,    St
Bridge       8.9162
Warrigton A Johnson.  119 Pender S.;  R. 4912
Evins,  Colernan & Evans,-ft. Col '.S. 2988
i-iuer-o.i -\llg.   Co.,   10th  A Arbutus S., B  772
Confn'I  Ship   __ Trad.  Co.  Ltd S. 6118
Ev.ins Coicman A __van<i, Ft. Col., S. 2988
Gilley Bros, Ltd., New West., Phones 15. 16
W .V. O'Nell A Co, ..48 Sey. St, o 4795-479S
l.itchb-   Contr.   A   Sup    Co,   Ltd,   Gran.   &t
Brldso     S.   9162
Wairlii__ton «;nJ.„(ison, litt Pender,, S.-1912
U.V. Winch  a.  Co., Ltd..  Winch B.  &. 279-1944
Evans,   Colem.*n   A  Evans,   Pt.   CoI,..S. 29S_
Leslie, Taylor Co,,   103 Dunsmuir S  4371
W N, O'Neil & Co, 54$ Sey. St, S. 4795-47U'*
Pateison Mfg. Co, 10th& Arbutus Sts , B. 772
Warrington <_  Johnson.   119  Pender. .S.  4912
R.V.Wlnch Ac Co, Ltd., Winch 11., S. 279-1941
CEMENT.   ,      ,
Balfour,   Guthrie &  Co S. 919i-c575
Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ft. Col...S. 25S&
Gllley Bros . Ltd., New West., Phonc-s 15, 16
W. N. O'Nell A Co.. 54S hey, St.S. 4795-479!>
Hitchle   Contr.   &   Sup.,   Ltd.,   Granville   Si
Bridge         S. 916.
R.V Winch <SL Co. Ltd.. Winch B.. S. 279-1944
Can. Inspc't <£. Test. Lab., Emplie Bids.      •
    S.   4606
Hunt,   Robt,   "W.   &   Co.,   Standard   Bank
Bids S. 2199
Robin-on Contr   Co., Winch Bldg..S  6888
Centre Contracting Company,
8-7  Georgia  St.  E High. 15S1
Armstrong,   Morrison    &    Co.,    Ltd.,    Bower
1   Big.    '.    S. 1836
B.  C.  Granitoid & Contr.  Co,  N.E.  Cor.
B.ach and  Nicola .Sey. ,2296
Centie Contracting Company,
,    '  887  Georgia St. E High. 1581'
Rush & Read,  1736  6th"Ave. W 77.:
, Bay.   1602R—2215L
Ev»ns, Coleman A Evans, ft. Col..'.. .S. 2988
Leslie, T_ylori Co., 403 Dunsmuir. .\ . ".S. 4371
W. N. O'NeU & Co., 548 Sey. ist., S   4795-4798
"■ CORNICE AND  ROOFING.      ' "   '
Macdonald,   Marpole  Co,  Ltd   / S. 210
Macdonald.   Marpole   Co,   Ltd S- -10
The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St AV.
Sey.   1065
detective' agencies   "*    t •*"
Vancouver Detective Agency,'.'4 29-130
Standard-Bank Bldg., Phone Sev. 2140. -■
.sight,   Sey. '2442. '
Darling, -Frank  A Co.,   114 2   Homer  St.
..     ....... "  .   ..S    4100-4101
The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St AV.
,. - Sey. 1065.
Can.   Allib-Chaltners,   1063-Pender S. 5710
Darling:.   Frank   A  Co ,- 1142   Homer  St.     1
 S.   410P-4101f
Can.   Allis-Chalmers.   1063   Pender S. 5710
Harris, J? , D <ft Co . U » Crown Bldg. S. 4698
W. N. O'Nell &. Co..'54S Sey. St. S. 4795-479S
Rltclile. Conlr. AvSup. .Co . Ltd..^ Gran.' .St^
_»■ Bridge    ..: _._. ......*  .*. / _S. 9162
t. . A "      <-,A'    ELEVATORS'",   "  -':„' "-; ';
■Darling,   Pjrank   A  Co.,' 1142   Honier  St.     '  ',
s. ,„.-,-_   »   _ _. -... .„S." 4100-4101
irtvn Bldg   S.   4698
Harris, P. B. _- Co .  *• •'   CrcAvn Bldg   S.
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Evans,  Coleman A Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
Leslie,  Taylor Co.,  403  Dunsmuir S. 4371
W.  N   O'Neil & Co.,  548 Sey. St. S.  4795-4798
Globe Iron Works,  1815 Pandora St ..H.  490
W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St...S. 47U5-479S
Warrington   A John.on,   119   Pender. .S  4912
Evans,  Coleman A Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
W. -\ O'Neil ft Co, 548 bey. St .S 4795-4796
Pateison Mfg. Co., 10th A Arbutus..B 77?
Warrington   &  Johnson.   119   Pender. .S. 491?
Evans, Coleman & Evans rt CoIuju-.S. 218!!
Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co. Granv. Bdg. .S. 916.
Warrington A Johnson. 119 Pender St.S. 491";
, PIG   IKON  AND  TIN     1
Rftlfour,   Guthrio  ..   Co.— S.  9197-RG7f>
Evans, Colernan A E<.*ans,  ft   Col S 29S8
R.   V. .Winch & Co.,   W-lnck Bld...S.    279-1944
Centre Contracting Company,'
,      Si.7   Geoigia  St.  E High.  1581
Evans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col.. .'. .S. 2988
H tt.fi i-iv-i Pile Driving Co, New Weit
ret..son,   Ilcniy,   3022   Victoria  Dr...H.H-5
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Dom. Glzd' Cmnt'pipe Co, Dom. Bld..S8.Sf
Evais, Coleman & E.ans Ft Colum. .S. 298f
Glllej-  Bros,   Ltd.,   New  W. St.. .Phones 15. If
Macdonald,   Marpole   Co.,   Ltd S.  210
Pit. hi. Con A Sup. Co., Granville. .S. 9162
Warrington A Johnson. 119 Pendei St.S. 491S
R. V. Winch A Co., Win. i 'Bid.. .S.   279-1944
Balfour. Guthrle'& Co ....'....' .S. 9197-6571
Evans, Coloman & Evans Ft. Coium. .S 29f"
Gilley Bros, Ltd., New West.. .Phones 15, V
W. N O'Nell & Co, 548 Sey. St,..S 479j-479'
Ritchie, Con. A Sud. Co.. Gran\. Bdg. .S. 9165
Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
W. N O'Neil A Co , 548 Sey. St.. .6 4795-479'
Ritchie   Con.   A   Sup.   Co,   Granville. .S. 9162
Evans,t Coleman A- Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
Evans,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988
D. R Morrison. 712 Richards St..S 2151-215.
W. N. O'Neil * Co., 548 Sey.>St...S. 4795-479'
Ritchie   Con. *&"Sup.*_Co .   Granville. .S. 9162
Sansan Asbestos .Floor, Co., 1209 Jervls-St.   '
.""...'.:.. S. 6643Y
Barr   A   Anderson.   1060   Homer   St...S. 6180
Darling,   Frank  &   Co.,   1142   Homer  St.
. .~. 4  "5    4inn-4T*
The Holden Co.', Ltd., 542 Pender St. AV.
■    ' . Sey.   IO60.
Can."  Allis-Chalmers,   1063   Pender S  571C
Evans. Coleman A Evans Ft ,olum..S 29S.
Paierson Mrg. Co . 10 A Arbutus Sts. ..B 77.
\V. X, O'Nell A Co, 54S Sey. St...S 4795-479J;
Ritchie Con. A Sup. C-. Granville. .S. 9162
Warrington &. Johnson. 119 Pender ptsS. 4911
- '     (S*»e  Cornice '-na*-i-toofing)
Evan's. Coleman *&.-Evans   Ft, Colum..S  2!>'i':
Macdonald,   Marpole  Co.,   Ltd ...S. 210
Patcson  Mfg.  Co.,  10th" A Arbu'us. Bav.  77
Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co , Granville B..".S. 9162
Warrington _L Johnson, 119 Pender St.S. 49H
Automobile Records for B. C.
From Week Ending July 29th
to Week Ending Augnst 5th
Follow-B--  is   a   complete  list of   now  Automo-ile   -.lcenses,
Transfers and BeHng.uis_i_nents Recorded in British Colnm.ia:
The name of person to whom transfer is made is given.    The
name   of   person   making   transfer   may   he   obtained   ty
referring to the .amo license number in any complete <
' published-llst or by telephoning or writing- to the
British  Columbia Record.
Where street address is given and name of town omitted the
t address   is   Vancouver.
      All cars for hire aro ndcated thus
", ~     - l. - ^ »x-~ .
Balfour,  .Guthrie^ A\Co.
AZ:'"-"/'' T"sAJ_ES-f-V-iUJLT DOORS
: ' tS"
8970—D. Adanil. Whulermere	
S5-.'—A. C. Andu".sori, 100 Thirteenth Av'l>. W,""
S51G—P.   C.   Andrews.   Vancouvei    lloU-l    ..
8 5 IS—W. T, Arljiithnot; «J21  Twelfth Ave.  \v77""
Sfil:"—AV.  ,1.   Barrett  Lerm.ud,   Maiine Di i\ e
„.").*" I—P. J. Me-an,  "16'iS Cvjiress St. ..    .
,S920—A.'C. Hiiiimn, Kamloops        .     .    _'.."„'„*.!,
8<*17—E.   L    naternan.  QualU-um   Beach . . ZZ.	
84"*,*.—J. A.  Huckham, G6klen	
S-.0S—Dr. E   \V   Hoalc, Esiiulmalt.  Victoria..*.*.!. .
-9.7—Brentwood  Bl-.cI. Estate Co,  Brentwooa_
f;'l7—E.   YV   Bio wil,  Nanoosc  Bay,  Nanaimo	
21—Dr, F.  "M. Bryant, 27.'! Linden Ave.,  Victoria Studebaker
. .. 'Ford
.. .DodRe
.. ..Kelly
..... Ford
...Willys. -
. .Willys
..... t Ford.
.. Uodgp
.. ,.Chevrolet
i        iForcl
, .Chevrolet
.     .AVillys
 _. Ford
Srsi'S—>T   P. Cameron, Stratlicona  1'lace
S.19—DjK, Campbell, _ 17__ Haro St   	
S871—.,..   A.   Clark,   Penticton'	
1.01—"Re.  Cooper,  Nanaimo           i
•..">ll—Paul  Cotf,  Eburne v       ".    .. ......
4-N7,")—M.   B.  Cochrane.  A7etnori    .   .    \	
8r>10—Dr. H. Cunningham, 631  Seventh Ave.  W. ..
-.29—E. P. Davis, Marine Drive   	
Sx'Tii—Stanley  Davis. Grand  Forks     .. ....
885-.—AV. .1.  Da we,  Grand Fork,	
8855—AV. JI. Dlnsmore, Grand Forks	
8965—M. 11. Dobie, 1215  Richardson St., Alctona
S3.15—A. M.-Dollar, 13S9 Crescent Rd	
8755—Mrs  A   E   Drew, 56 Gth'St., New West....
8531—Evans, Coleman & Evans,  A-ancouver	
SS91—AV.  Duncan,  Gorjre  Rd ,  Victoria  .Ford
8969—1_. C   Fillmore, AA'ork Point Barrack's,  Victoria....AA"illvs
Sa53—J. Fyfe Smith Co., 1320 Richards St Chalmers
8818—Albert   Fehr,   Savona McLaughl.ii
8542—ilrs  J. G. Fleck, 1620 Burnaby St '/.Chandler
8751—A.  Greenwood,  Clayburn    . Ford .
8930—H. T. Gravehn.,1937  Oak Bay, Ave., A*"ictoria....<.-.'.. .Ford
S904—AV. AV. Gray, Nanaimo       .„. McL_.ughlin.
SG-^l—David Greer, 1S29 Seventh Ave E .._ .-. -Hudson*
6367—James Halliday, Cumberland   Ford
SS 13—J. Harrison,' Newcastle,. Nanaimo ..; Ford
8753—F. J. Hart & Co , Burnaby Lake.: Ford
S971—M.'A. Henderson, >Rossland   Dodge*
8890—J. M. Hedley,  Saanichton,  Maxwell
SS4S—AV.' Hogpan.   Nanaimo     .  Chevrolet
8525—Mrs  A. >B. Howie, 1056 13th Ave., AV.   .  '. Dodge
S535—F-   A. Johnston.   30  21st Ave.,  AV .-'...-    Ford*
S515—Mrs. C. M   Jameson, 16..9, Davie .'Abbott
SS99—G. M   B   Jones, 44 1 Constance Ave., A'ictoria ...Hudson
8S95—Airs   A   E. Jones,  Kamloops „   Chevrolet
S31S—VS. A.  Jones, .Tr , 407 Cordova1 St, W     Chevrolet'
8849—E   Kermode,   Nanaimo   .    ....     _ Studebaker
S754—George Ketzel. R.R   No-2, Cloverdale  ....Ford
S872—AV.  J.   Kno-c,  Kelowna  Ford
SS51—G-   G   Keeler, Keiemeos'    . ..     1. .-  Ford
SS70—Land & Agricultural Co., of Canada, Kelowna..Chevrolet
SS79—R. P.  Langford, A'ernon  .- Chevrolet,
S-. 17—Leslie' Lumber Co,   Stc\ eston Ford
S732—Lillooet Sutherland, 65 Mernvale St, New AVest-
minbter.v.. _ I'..., .'...-Ma-srwell
S9.7—Owen Llovd, Parsons Bridge, A'ictoria ../i.'..... Ford
S953—John   May,   Trail ! , Chevrolet
S902—-\rine1*Rescue Station, Nanaimo'....    .... .-. Ford
S75S—J. Mercer «.■. Sons 10th St  & 3rd Ave, New West.-. Ford
SR78—AV. 'McNair,   Armstrong      -' -Cheviolet
rS5tfi—John ^Ic-.lann,  Central   Garage...   .,  McLaughlin
$5 11—_w. M..McLachlan, 1219 Georcia St/.    ..McLaughlin.
S539—,T..A,..McKerche., S37 Hastings  St. h~XV...L Studebaker
8907^-AAr.-McGirr..Nanaimo ..-v..  -.— Dodge
gf,47—Av_J.'--,IacJlilIan, 3341 Third Ave.--\V.-__-..-T_...-.i._—-JVjJlys*
S9GS—G.-iMcCann, 1(>07 Belmont'-Ave..«"A'"ictorja"'..-: ..Chevrolet"-
^522—W:\ Metz,c.l .37   Matthews   Ave -. !....._4.Chevrolet«
"Warrington &"'Johnson,~ll» Pendt-r St.S   491.
W.-N. O'Neil A Co , 54S Sej, St.'..S. 4 795-4 79'
Balfour, Guthrie A Co"".'.. .'..-.*..S'_9197-6675 Evans, Coleman & ^Evans, ft. 'Col.'. .V^.S^SSS
Evans, Coleman & Evan** Ft," Col.. .S 29SSJGlIi-> Bros, Lid, New West.. .Phones 15, It
Glllej  Bros,.  Net*   Westminster. Thones 15.16   Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg. .S. 9162
W. N. O'Neil A Co, 54S Sey. St„ S.4795-479S
Ritchie Con. & Sup Co., Granvl. Bdg..S 91fii
R.  V. Winch A  Co.,   Vinch Bidg,  S.  ^79-1944
Gen. Fire Ex Co., 1140 Hamilton St..S613S
Barr A Anderston,  1060  Hcmer St S.  61S0
I Where Human Life and Property are Valued-
| When Reduced Insurance and Cost are Factors
I ALWAYS Specify
*••■■.'■■". ."■■■■■ ';■ ■     ■
This door is radically difTerent from Fire Door horetofol-e known. Made
t Jr7z\ and  asbostos   crosslnid  galvanized Iron-of  two thicknesses,  with
°f Sn    m and asbestos lining l-lfith Inch thick presents ^warping.    Much
?#..?£ thai?" any oth"r standard Fire, 33aor.    Weight only 5 lbs. per square
nghter than any oui*- ,mnnn« ■ thlt other Fire Doors are installed--
sHdi'ng? swinging, voi Lical, etc-Latest approved hardware and trimmings
use ' sole   Canadian  Uffanufacturera:—
- f
J. Fyfe Smith  *  Co.,  1320  RIcha.di..S  1196
Van. Gas Co.,        Mastl.ga St. W.....S.  J00O
Macdonald,   Marpole*Co.,  Ltd    '..S. 210
W. N. O'N-11 4 Co. 548 Sey. St..   S. 4795-479.
Flett, J. A., Ill Hastings-AV... Sey. 2327-S
W. S. O'Neil * Co. 548 Sey. St ..S. 4795-47M
J. Fyfe Smith  -fe Co.  1320  Rlcharda. .S. 1196
Smith," J.  Fyfe & Co. 1320 Richards. .S. 1196
Barr  A   Anderson,   1060   Homer   St.. .S 6180
Gen. Fire Ex   Co.', 1140 Hamilton St..S 513.
Ritchie Con   & Sup. Co .'"Granvl. Bd'g .S. 916S
Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988
W. N. O'Neil A Co, 548 Sey. St.. .Sr4795-4798
Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. Sioa
Can.   Allis-Chalmers,   1063   Pender...  S. 5710
Can    Northwest   Steel   Ce F.     307
Evans,   Coleman   «.   EVans.   Ft.   Col...S. 29.S
Coughlan,  J.  &  Sons.  World  Bldg S.  79<"i •
.Macdonald,   JInrpolc  Co.,   Ltd S.  210
Ritchie, Con. A Suo Co., Granv. Bdg .S. 916J
VV. N O'Nell A Co 548 Sev. St...S. 4795-479S
Wilkinson Co., S46 Beach S.  7915
Can.   Allls-Chalmflrs    1063   Pender S. 5710
Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 29SS
.Macdonald,   _>.orpole   Co,   Ltd    S.  210
W. N. O'Nell A Co, 54S Sey. St ..S. 4795-4798
Kitchie Con. A Sup   Co . Granvl   Bdit .S  916*
South A'ancouver Iron & AA'irc  Works,
5S50 \"ictoiia Drive  Fraser 156
Evans. Coleman & Evans, Ft. Columb..S 29SS
VV.   N. O'Neil A Co. S4S Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798
Rltchl*-  C    and   5*    Co     Gmn.   St S.   9162
Warrington   &   Johnson,   119   Pender. .S. 4912
Balfour,   Gufirle   &   Co S.  9197-6576
E"vans Coleman A Evans. Ft. Columb .S. 29f>>>
Gllley Bros. New- Westminster. .Phones 15 16
W. N. O'Neil A Co, 6 IS Sey. St . .S. 4795-479S
Ritchie Con A Sup, Co, Granville..S 9162
R. V. Winch Co,  Ld , Winch Bdg..S  279-1914
Can    AUH-C-almeis,   1063   Pender S   5710
Darling,   Frank   A  Co.,   1142   Homer   St.
 S.   1100-H 01
Macdonald,   Marpole  Co.,   Ltd.. ..S. 210
W. N. O'Nell A Co.. 54S Sey. St.. .S. 4795-479S
r-ltchlp Con. A Sup. Co., Ornnvl. Brt'g. .S. 91KV
The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. AV.
Sey.   1005.
Evans, Colemnn & Evans, ft. Col,... .S. 2988
Leslie, Taylor'Co., 403 Dunsmuir. ... .S. 4371
W. N. O'Nell A'Co., 54S Sey.'St.. .S. 4795-4798
Ritchie   Con.   A   Suo.   Co..   Grnn'vlll*!. .S, 9162
._—-_»!■ -111—11 _.»■-„__ ,im .m—ini.i- ■■'
W. N.^O'Neil A Co.. 54,/; Sey. St...S. 4795-479!
ERS. . . '
(See  Lumber  and  Shingles.)
Evans,  Coleman & .Evans,  ft.  Col S. 29SS
V\. N. O'Neil i Co'., 548 Sey. St.. S 4795-479*
R. V. Wln-h & Co.. Wlnca BId...S. 279-1944
Ritchie, Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg..S. 91«S
Balfour.   Guthrie   &   Co S.'9197-667.
E\ans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
Macdonald,, Marpole  Co.,   Ltd S.  210
Warrington A Johnson, 11$ Pender St.S. 4911
Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
W. N. O'Nell A Co, 648 Sey   St..'.S. 4795-478*
Paterson Mfg.Co, 10th A: Arbutui. Bay. T%
Evans"  Coleman A Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988
Evans. Coleman & Evans Ft. Colum..S 298*
Gllley Bros.. New Westminster Phones 15, 16
Pt. Haney Brick Co., 615 Hast. S. W.. S. 13_.
Ritchie Con. A Sup Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. 916J
Warrington   A  Johnson,   119   Pender. .S.,4915
Evans, Coleman A Evans, ft. Col..'.. .S. 2988
W. X. O'Neil A Co, 54. fey. SL..S. 4795-479'
Warrington   A  Johioon,   119   Pender. .S. 4911
Balfour,   Guthrie  &   Co S.  9197-.657"
Evans. Coleman A Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988
R. V. Winch & Co. Wlnca B!d...S. 279-194'
Wilkinson Co., S46 Beach S.  7915
Darling,   Frank  A  Co.,   1142   Homer  St.
V      S.   4100-410--
Macdonald,   Marpole  Co.,   Ltd S.  210
Barr  & Anderson,  10-6C  Homer  St S. 6181
Evans, Coleman A Evans,  ft. Col S. 298S
Leslie, Taylor Co.,  403  Dunsmuir....  S. 437.
Evans, Coleman A Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988
W. N. O'Neil & Co, i>4S Sej. St . .S. 4795-4. i»,
Paterson Mfg. Co., 10th A Arbutus..B. 77.
Warrington   &  Johnson,   119   Ponder. .S. 491!
.Macdonald,   Marpole  Co..   Ltd S.  210
Macdonald,   Marpole  Co.,  Ltd    S. 210
W. N. O Nell A Co., 548 Sey. _.t...S. 479B-479I
Macdonald.   Marpole  Co.,   Ltd    S.  210
«_<"()6—CJ C. IvfacRae: Nanaimo
■.S-i^x-AV.*? A. -Mills,- Newgate,   Cranbrook......:. ._
S217—Donald  Morrison.   X.adner._..?.-...:...   . ! 	
S526—W. J JTvItifford. M.ilner-".:: „._........ ...
{JS-T2—... "Nelson,-Phoeni'.       -0-   "."*    _—.'",.■*•   -.
SSI 9—Angus ' ivelson;   Kamloops "l. \'.. V *"..-. _..
SS10—-Vicola A'alley Garage.  Merritt	
S<?09—Nicola  A'alley Garage,  Merritt. 	
89G6—G. P   Osier, 740 Broughton  St., A'ictoria
8956—J. O'Shea, Hazelton  -. .
S90S—Powell  Chandler,   Pnrksville   	
S.*).")"*—F.  C   Patterson   Tooertson  St .   Victoria..
S.537—AV.   G   Rattrav,   S34   Georgia  St,  E	
S931—R    Rayburn,  Ovama 	
8S9I—J.  R. Renter.  Kamloops
.... ..*:-.-.-.'.Ford;
...;.Z 1 E-Ford, / J
.-. ...v._-'.-iDo*!pe   fl
.. -. rl*  .Wiiiyi   ff
....   :..'AA*illy.sr-1'
.:.   ..    .Dayton'
 _ Dayton*
..I*    Foid
...... Chevrolet*
.   . .....Ford
 „ Dodge
... McLaughlin
8756—Roval City Laundry, New AVes-minster Ford
S954—J.  Roberts.  17C9 Pcm'-roke St.-,   Aricto-"ia ... ..   Ford
8.549—Mrs  S. E. Rogers, 1245 Thirteenth Ave. AV. .'.McLaughlin
SS50—Owen  Boyer,   Greenwood   , /Willys*
SS92—J. H. Rosenergey, Turgoose P. O     Chevrolet
875/7—Superior AVood Co . 12th -fc Columbia, N. AVest McLaugh.
S959—A. C. Thompson, Smithers  McLaughlin
88S2—Thomas  Sergent, Nelson      '. Ford
SS97—Marv Simpson, Coach & Horses Hotel, A'ictoria Ford
SS.2—FJ    Sido,   Chase   River   Ford
S.-S3C—W.  F.   Silver,  McKav  P.   O Studebaker*
S532—Standard Furniture Ltd., 1090 Granville St. .Continental
SS76—Mrs  D. Solly, "West Summerland    Chevrolet
So.'O—G.  Shelton,   1014   Eyeleigh  St ~. Abbott
S527—Marv E   Stewart.'54th and Oak St ' -Dodge
8533—G. F   Stuart,  1S25  Robson  St    Rambler
8S73—Y.   Thorne,   Vernon     _. .Chevrolet
8921—J.  M   A'anduskirt, Kamloops     Chevrolet*
8548—AA'allace Shipvards, Ltd, North A'ancouver     Ford
S5-30—H. O. AA'ootten, 3SS1 13th Ave, AV -.Willys
8534—E   A. Younger,  2722 6th Ave., AV Chevrolet
22S5—H.  R. Adachi  Eburne   Interstate
3118—Robert Adams, R.  R. No. 2,  Cloverdale   • Ford
5603—H. AV. Agnew,  201S  Stanley Ave.,  A'ictoria     Ford
734—R. j.'Arbuthnot, South Wellington Ford
6S50—A.  Bechtel,   1012   Yates  St.,  Arictoria             Ideal
7554—Arthur Bennett, 1S77 Georgia St Studebaker
S03S—G. A   Boothroyd   Surrey Center    Ford
2S00—A. Belanger,  Delhi Cafe, A'ictoria         AVillys
13S—F. A.  Bradlev,  936. Courtney St, A'iotoria Ford
772S—John Bush, 2501  Commercial Di ive    Ford
15 12—C. N. Cameron, 521 Superior St., Victoria. . ... Ford
1210—D   Crause, 215  6th Ave, New Westminster Ford
Balfour,   Guthrie   A   Co    S. 9197-657f
Evans,   Coleman A Evans,   ft.  Col S. 29S8
Mncdonald,   .Marpole   Co.,   Ltd. . S.  210
Ritchie. Con. A Suo.-Co.. Grnnv, Bdg. .S. 916:
R.  V.   Winch  A Co.. Winch  Bld...S.    279-194
Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach... :...S. 7915,
Artistic   Wire   A   Iron   Wks.,   14 62
Klnesivnv  ....:..-    F 264R
South  Vancouver Iron & AAlre AVorks.
5Sr.r>  A'irtnrl'i   Drive Fraser  1 5fi
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Did you ever notice that 95 per
cent, of the big successful firms are
firms who advertise? They figure advertising as an investment not an expense. The secret of advertising is
the selection of a medium whicr
reaches those people who are or wil
be the most likely "purchasers 0 >
;-o_r precinct."   If ycu are in the bui!r
ing supply or machinery line don't s.
lect a moving picture publication ii
which to do your advertising. Because of the fact that the Kb-CORD is
Uie only paper published in the province devoted exclusively to the contracting business it is read by practically every cue you would like to
sell your products to. Your ad. where
they will see it will put a capital C
"_i ycur cash.
. ..Ford
Foi d
.  Ford
.   .      .Ford
„ .      Hupp
.    .       Ford
.. ..    Pcripps
.    Cadillac
. .Ford
. . ..       Ford
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1215—D.  R.  Cameron,  Kamloops
S255—Canadian Produce Co, 1100  Hamilton St. -
(..•.92—Davie  Arulcani-ing Co.,  12*.4   Granville  St.
S271—Dixon & Murray, 2526 3rd Ave, AS'	
711.*'—M. If. Dobie. 1215 Richardson St.  Victoria..
3S_—I.  W. Dobfeon. Nanaimo       . 	
7770—I. C. Donald, 3 29  Eleventh Ave. AV    .       . ..
7304—F. R. E. De Hart, Kelowna	
1 0."">8—A.   Elmgreen,   Phoenix    	
2753—W.  A.  Evernnett,  National   Drug Co	
12.*J—D   Fowler,   1021   Como.  St	
6933—F.  B. Gibb, Yates  St,   Victoria      . .
5699—G. E. Graham, 432 Powell St	
8328—Jennie  Hall,  1S43   Fust Ave.  E      	
7962— J.   B.  Harkness,   919  Granville  St	
7299—Grand Forks Hardware Co , Grand Forks    ..
5977—E. IJ...11 & Son,  Prince  G forge   ... ....
2090—J. A   TTargitt, Mis.sion Cltv	
13SC—H   G   Harding, 421   Seventeenth   AA''	
CI7*",—Hoffmeister Bros., 1135 Pender AV.    .
193 1—n   R   Hughes, Head St, A'ictoria .
512—A.   Jensen,   1149   Fisguard  St.  A'ictoria
f,180—T*   Jones, 1116 Kelowna St.
58 11—F.  M. Kerby,   Uh St. Grand   Forks .
887—E   F   Lewis,  Edmonds      	
71 fly—W.  E   Long,  Armstrong
23S—E    Masters,   1 M)  Beach  Drive,  Victoi ia
7760—Minnie  Mackle,   721   Smythe  St.     ...
,-<"23—F   M   McNnughton, 2(2 Beachwood Ave., A'ictoria-   Ford
,4 370—\V.  11.  McTntyre,   Nanaimo         McLaughlin
6101—-E. T. McLennan, 1.940 Arbutus St Sttideb.-.ker
4071—,T. G. Morton, 242 Linden Ave., A'ictoria Mitchell
3047—Nanaimo Canners & {.acker's Ltd ,  Nanaimo Ford
1931—H. Nadin, 1112 Ross St., .: , Ford
747S—National  Brokerage  Co.,  Yates   St,,'-, Victoria. Ford
..737�� Bella Nixon, 610 Jervis St '...: ..'...,... Overland
4307—P. A   Park, Hat Creek  ....;...: - ......AVillys
2S84 G. D.  Ramsav.  1630'Store  St., A'ictoria .'.-.".Russell
2S40—f.   W.  Boyd, Alta  Vista Ford
1697—A.   J.   Ridley,   Marr.olc    -.. r-ord.
,-,974—r. Rings-haw, 241 Montreal St., Victoria ...Hudson
2.97—R.  "Ro.\borough.   Atlin ......McLaughlin
7983—Richmond  Garage. .Eburne,- Ford
1915— Will Jam' Reillv,  Kerrisdale .....:.........;..... Cadillac
5163—R. .1. Sprott, 336   Hastings  St.  AV....; ;...... Ru'sseir
8192—H.  Schulte,  316 Keefer St.. : Ford
M7fj__K.   ff.   Sandgren,   Mntsciui :....". .....Hudson
078s—p„   Shapiro,   1219   Granville   St Buick
5.|f)2 i.mily Stevens.  2X72 Thirty-seventh  Ave.  W Napier
t>057 A. AV.  Stevenson, Jericho Country. Club ; Hupp
196? studclmker Corp. of Cariiu'l.'i,   1233  Georgia St Russell
14S3— StiHlelif.ker Corporation of Canada, A'ancouver....Cadillac
5021—K.  E.  Trethewoy. Clayburn I''ord
162 t. Tavlor.   (B,   ("'.  Govt.),   Courtenay ....—...-.McLaughlin
1^47 ir   J    TiK'kPr.  S33  Pender AV Abbott
3'>.u; H.   A.  Thompson,   435   llth   Ave,  AV 'l*'ord
'M)f,.( |,-.  \v. Wells,   12;'..''  Hornby St .Hudson
"'•'mi c;   c   Worsfold.  •':."'   1th St., New  West .Studebaker
'ill —P. A. Wo'.-.hY.'rcl,  I•_• I:-•  G:o:--_iu St    .AlfJ-iivyh!1"
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v^- BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  'BAGLLY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  j  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Hamer St.  r   Vancouver B. C.  (iBAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS.   STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,'TIME   CHECKS,  KEY   TAGS,    BRASS    SIGNS,    NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  151   HASTINGS ST., W.  THE  New Work -- Contracts  Let  "FOLLOWING   TABLE   SHOWS   BUILDINGS    COS-.IN&    35,000    OB    OVEB,    ON     WHICH     CONST_«-CTION  UNDEB WAY, OB ON  WHICH  CONTRACTS  HAVE BEEN LET BUT CONSTRUCTION NOT YET STARTED.  IS;   $50,000   ?20,000  ....? 15,000  i-   i  s*-;:  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  '."*'. ',1' '<- ""  ... *" ^'>''-'<■,  -, - i        ,      ...  ?**-*'■■#■'2 *v_.  * •  r   J  LIMITED  P.' A. Jones, MgT.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC-  Owners off Tug  .'CLIVE','  V. General  Towing  324 Front St.    .';     New Westminster  _ \' .Telephone-1015;.    - •'  Character   Coat  Depot and   terminal  $1,000,000  3  new bldg. and 2 alterations $r)0'222  Causeway    .'- $50,000  Shipbuilding  plant   ,  Dredging between piers    Cold Storage plant      Brick   Canning  Plant   preserving  Plant     Power Plant     Sleeping  Pavilion      Telephone  Exchange    Concrete   lighthouse   tower  Remodel   Bid..   _.cwer   AVorlc      Wni-Qhous-e etc   Printing   Phint      Garage    Saw -Mill     Shipbuilding plant    power   House    I.esick-ncc    -   Concentrator  etc   Station   and   Terminals   Sheds, on ,Govt.  "Wharf   Theatre  and   Stores   Jetty  (Second  Unit)     Repalts  to If Id?   Heating System  _   Turning  Basin      Trunk Sewer  :   D red gi n g    Creosoting riant    Seawall       Postolllce  Bldg   Wharf    .'•   W'nti-rworl'c   Sysns-n      Store  and   office   bldg   Observatory      Sewer , '.   Wood Bridge     Location    False   Creek  .Can.    Owner  Northern.  By  ....$15,000   ?8,000  ,...?1 6,500   $7,500  ....$15,000  ..$100,000  ....$70,000   $5,500  ...$500,000  500,000  •15,000  10,000  ...$30G,00'i  10,000  ..$.50,000  ..$100,000  300,000  , $700,000  150,000  100,000  •JJOO.OOO  ...$16,000  ..il'Vi.'i'M.  ....$(10,000  ....$75,000  ..$300,000   $5,000  10th _*_ Willow St University of B. C.  Coal  Harbor  City of   Vancouver  Pprt  Moody....Port  Woody Shipbuild.   Co  Burrard   Trilet Can.  Pacific  By  Foot of Gore Ave ,. .Cun. Fishing Co  Kelowna  B. C. Evaporators, Ltd  Now "Westminister Can. Products Ltd.  Prince George    City  TranciulUe.... B. C. Anti-Tuberculosis  Soc.  Nelson  B.  C.  Telephone  Co  Triple  Island,  B.  C Dom.  Govt.  553 Granville-Elliott Sliandley &. McLe.in  Esquimau    Cily  Victoria  Dom. Go\ t,  Victoria  Cameron Tnv.  & Sec.,Co.  Powell St B. C. Sugar ...rineiy  Gth & Willow  Alberta Lumber Co,  Poplar   Island...."Westminster .Marino liv.  Ariyov   Granby  Min. .s_  Smelt.   Co  New We_tmiiistcr.._Mra. J. C. Armstrong  Surf  Inlet Surf   Inlet   Powei:  Co  False ,Creek Great  Northern   By.  Sal-bury  ,Dr Dom   Get.  Broadway  &  Main   Sts..:..C.   M.  Bowman  Fraser River (lower) Dominion Govt.  ,S72 Granville St Evans.Colemnn & Eva  Central Dist _.Publlc Service Corp.  False Creek. _    Government  Stanley Park ■ '.' Sewerage  Boaid  False Pvoek    Government  North A'ancouver Vane. Creosoting Co.  False Creek  c. .\V Rv.  Mount  Pleasant   —    Government  Patricia  Bay..... Can. .N.   P.  Ry.  Co.  West  Vancouv-_r .... .   .'. .      -Municipality  Victoria   Victoria    Dom.    Government  Hastings  Park   '....Sewerage   Boaid  Nanaimo *.    City  Architect     Contractor  Pratt & Boss ...Northern 'Const.  Co. and  Carter, Halls  Aldinger Co.  Sl-arpe &  Thompsoi Baynes &  Horie  Owners    , •. -••   Owners  Owners  ,   W.   D. Grant  Owners"'.'.'. '. A.   W.  Qulst  Owners.   .': Ward   &   Baldock  Owners   Owners  Du'Cane Dutcher & Co  .............  Owners     if-T. Jas.   Layfleld  Owners   Snider   Bros.  & Brethour  Owners Snider Bros. & Brethour, Ltd,  Owners,  Owners   "Warren &• Stancombe   , r...  Pai-ntt Bros,  Owners ....'.  Owners  Owners   Owners  Owners ...< .'  Owners   , Taylor   Engineering  Co.  Townley •& .lames  J.'C, Allen  I mwtm .„.._.   'R'T!'.'Tow'nio'v.'.Gn-i'rt'^ McPonnell  Govt Snider. Bros. & Brethour Ltd.  W. r. Gardiner Adkison & Dill  Govt.    Marsh   Huton   Powers'1'Co.  ,ns     '„..„' Baynes & Horie   Am. Dlst. Steam Co.  (SenUl.}-  Government .'.lJacl(.c  Dredging Co.  Owners   ; ......  ►Eng. Dept .'. Pacific Dredging Co.  *     b\     ". :   Palmer   Bros.  Owners  A. G. Creelman ■._ Co.  A'   C.   Hope Whiteside  & Williamson  Owners    S.   Doc,   Victor'.*.  Municipal  Engineer  Cotton  Co.  Percy   Vox  ...Luny  Bros.  Owners  McAlpine Robertson Co.  Owners    --, ■   Owners  Owners   A. W.  Mesher  -1  . , - n *■-    -• -.-.'-  - ...-,,- *,  As .General Agent*  -"oWBritish.Columbia'of The Globe  Indemnity Company o.'Canada and  The. Liverpool. & .Loridonyi& Globe.  Insurance-Co..- Ltd. We "sell complete protection-including'loss -  ' - through     - -.'  >  Fire,   Theft,   Collision,   Property  Damage and Personal Liability.  NEW -WESTMINSTER—Dr. Reid.  -Minister of Customs, inspected the  river'improvement at the Sanrlhdads  yesterday. The party included, the  president and executive be the Board  of Trade, Mayor and council, harbor  commissioners and 'pilot board.    *.  *     '  *    ,     ~ r ■ . '">  "•NANALMO—Employees of the Western Fuel Company, at a mass meeting,  ratified a new agreement, governing  operations for a period of three years  from^October 1 next. 'The new agreement calls for, an increase of wages,  affecting 1,100 men, with 5 per cent,'  as a war bonus, and the cost of operating the train •' which conveys 'the  miners'to the Reserve.mine will in  future'be borne by the company.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  "  LIMITED      ,  Winch  Bldg. 739   Hastings St. W.  Estab.  1SS6 Vancouver, B.C....  VANCOUVER—Mr. A'. E. Howard,  the representative of the British Columbia Manufacturers' Association on  the -.War ' Purchasing Commission at  Ottawa,-is at present in th.e city,,and  is ' expected' to' return*■ to*'the East  'about the end"-of the week. .Anyone  who wishes to see 'him in connection  with'war orders will have an opportunity ?of doing so at the office-of'.the  Manufacturers''Association. - --- -  .*.      I  ,-"' MIDWAY—Summer's" store, bakery ■  and meat shop has been entirely destroyed by fire, als\> a large warehouse  belonging to J. G. McMynn and Gallagher's shoe repaiding shop. The  loss sustained by Summers is $5,000,  though the place was insured. Mc-  Mynn's warehouse loss is $7,000.  ,TRAIL—IT., H.  Johnstone   of   Ross-  • The .Vancouver Creosoting Company, Limited, < 1304 Standard 'Bank  Building, Vancouver,' is calling tenders "on' green piling. , Specifications  furnished.on application; _   *•  ° The Canadian Northern "Pacific Ry.  is in the-market'for a quantity of piling" to be used in 'connection with improvements at False''Creek.   ,    *  .NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.  V   ROCK  BAY  BRIDGE. "    -  Sealed tenders will be received by  the-undersigned up to 12 noon, Monday, October 9th, 19L6, for-the "construction and erection 'of a ilmber  swing span on the Rock Bay Tre«jlj!e.  Plans* majr he\ _;een and speci>ications  obtained,at the City Engineer's Office  on and aftei Wednesday, Sept" 20th,  1916. ^Tenders must^ be addressed-to  the" City, .Clerk, "and marked on the  outside.of the envelope,r"Tenders for  Timber -Swing ;,Span-onA Rock;. Bay  -Trestle."-' The • lowest- or,- any • tender  not necessarily, accepted. '~ ~ _ r •£'.  y,<     ,     WELLINTON J. DOWLER,  • i,   ".   _J-       /.    »_ ',City, Clerk.  City Clerk's Office,/-    —'-^ -   «-■.<;  .-Victoria, B. C, Sept. 16, .916." -    7  teenth day of September, at the offices  of the Architects, Can. -Nor. Pac.-Rly.  Co.; S17 'Vancouver Block, Vancouver,  knd Architects'Offices, ,1011 Electric  Railway-Chambers, Winnipeg, Manitoba. " ■-.-,'  The-lowest or, any_ tender not necessarily accepted.". ,-     ' .<■*•■  "-      - M..-H. MACLEOD,'    J   -    -  - ,    '-'        •' General  I^ranager  4 Canadian   Northern Pacific "Ry.  JARVIS ELECTRIC CO.  LIM'TED  Sey,  174—(75 570 Richards St.  Wiring    Contractors  Electric   Repairs  Electric   Supplies  T-lotors,    Generators,  Elevators  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  CANADIAN      NORTHERN      F?ACIFIC  RAILWAY.COMPANY. '      /.  Tenders   for   Freight   Offices   and  Freight   Shed.  Sealed  tenders  for  the entire  construction of freight offices and freight  shed at False Creek, Vancouver, will  bp received   by  Mr.  M.   H. .-MacLeod,  land,-who for three months has been j General Manager, at his offices, Union  acting' inspector .of   mines   in    west, station,   Winnipeg, ^Manitoba,   on   or  Kootenay district, during ,the absence \ before   6 p m    Won(1*ayf   October 2nd,  [of   James   .McGregor   of   Nelson,   na3J191G_    Sea-eci   tenders   to be  marked  been added to the permanent inspec-1 on outside "Tender for freight offices  tion   stalf   of" the   Provincial   Depart- ^ andfreight sheds, Can. Nor. Pac. Rly.',  ment of Mines, and is now one of the } Vancouver, B. C." and must be accom-  regular inspectors.    Now that mining' paniecl  by a  marked  cheque payable  is active    over a large    area of J-he   to tne Can  Nor  Pac  Rly  Co> for flve  country in West Kootenay and Bound- j pef cent (S%) of amoimt o£ tender,  laiy,   it has  been  found  necessary'to,     plang and specifications and forms1  J appoint a second inspector tor -.iiese   of/tender may he-seen after the  fit-  I districts    East Kootenay has two dis-  i trict   inspectors,   both    having    their  PROPOSALS WANTED. v  DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAVAL-  • '    '     /- _.     SERVICE. -   ■"'-  . "Sealed, Tenders,, addre'ssed. to .the  undersigned   antl - endorsed^-.'.'Tenders  for >~r ,-'.*-'--- ,,v - ,- , -i,,,. "--* '•!,">-  (Here insert "'"the- item's , .tendered  upon) "will be received'Aip to. noon on  Monday, • October. 2nd; ?19i6, for, the  undermentioned ^letal - 'supplies '- for  deliver^ -to' 'H. M. C. -Dockyards <at  Halifax, N.S.. "and* Esquimau,,_B._'C.  "*  c        c Items:  1.—Steel  Angles, .Bars,  Sheets  and  Plates.  2.—Iron Bars, Fire Bars.  3.—Brass   Bars  and  Sheets." ;  4.—Copper Sheets and Bars.  5.—Solder,'Tity and Alloys,,  6.—Tubes,'Brass and-Copper.    ,  Forms of tender and  full information  may be obtained by  application  to  the   undersigned  or   to  the  Naval  Store   Officers   at   H.M.C. 'Dockyard,  Halifax,  N. 's.,  and EsSiuim'alt, B.  C.  In  making application  for forms  the  particular   item .or   items   for   which  forms are required should be clearly  stated.  G.  J. DESBARATS,  Deputy Minister of the. Naval Service.  Department of the Naval Service,  "Ottawa. August 23, 1916.  headquarters at Fernie, and there is  another inspector in Nicola district  with  office at Merritt.    Then Vancpu-  TELEPHONE DATA  ' NEW INSTAI.1-ATIONS  SEPT. 22, 1916.  Everything Electrical  er island has two inspectors, the blg.^oj^ ^-^  | coal mines there necessitating their attention.  ATTENTION  Truck Owners!  GIBNEY WIRELESS  SOLID TIRES  also  VACUUM CUP TIRES  MICHEUN TIRES  L TIRE CO.  941 Pender W.        Sey. 6411  PROPOSALS   WANTED  TIMBER SALE X 645.  Sealed Tenders will be received by  i the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the llth day of October, 19Hi,  for the purchase of License X645, to  cut 9,3_._,000 feet of Douglas Fir,  Cedar, Hemlock, Balsam, Spruce and  White. Pine, on an area adjoining-Lot  654, Topaze Harbour, Range 1. Coast  District.  Two (2) years will be 'allowed for  removal of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief  Forester, Victoria, B. C, or District  Forester, Vancouver, B. C.  ■ PROPOSALS WANTED  VICTORIA—Tenders are being asked for by the chief forester for the  purchase of timber license"-X6.90, under which may be cut one minion  feet of cedar, larch, fir and white  pine, one million feet of cottonwood  and 5,000 cords of posts, on an area  adjoining lot 491, Goat River, Kootenay district. One year will be allowed  for the removal of the timber.  Gr*_iKl   Union   Hotel, 7 1  IlastinK.s  \V  Hainpson  C'nfp,   01 "i   puns-mulr    SEPT. 25, 1916. /  Cusslar Packing Co., Ltd, Hulmon (..mncrs  . Ppv,  .Sey.  . Sey.  . Sf-v.  .ii,  20CV  711  HaMlnffs W   CHANGES.  .. Soy.   .732  SEPT. 22, 1916.  n.ilHh Columbia  flnaiu-lal Timr.<?  nil T'oncl>'r V.'cs' to 711 Hn<<tin--.<. W  Hand S.- l-'owl.r,  Ltd.  K   K, .">:"- C.iiinvillP to 5KI  rjr.iinlllo  SEPT. 23, 1916.  Orlffln,  I*'. A- Co,  IIS  Sfvinonr to t>'d?>  S.-vmour "  I'libLc Auto _\f.u-ket.  803  riustin,'.   \V, Sc-y.  Sey  Sev.  Hi-y  l.'Os   to  Sey.  I0.T  .IIS  01  VICTORIA—The chief forester is  calling for tenders for the purchase  of timber license X659, under- which  may be cut 1,024,000 feet of fir, cedar  and hemlock, and 5,120 lineal feet of  poles, on an area adjoining Ramsay  Arm.  AUTOMOBILE   RECORDS  rollowingr   is   a   complete   list   of   new   AutomoDile   3-lconsen,  Transfers and Kelinquisliments Becorded in British Columbia  WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER  2nd,  1916.  The name of person to whom transfer is made is glvon. ..The  name   of   person   making1   transfer   may   be   obtained   by  referring- to the same license number in any complete  published list or by telephoning- or writing" to the  British Columbia "Record.  "Where street address is given and name of town omitted the  address is Vancouver.  All cars for hire are indicated thus: (*)  NEW CABS  No. Name Address Car  8292—1.. B. Scutill,  North   Burnaby..... ............j Ford  8591—j_. S. Hiklebrant, 34GS Pender St......................... Chevrolet  8595—VS. W. Taylor, 1.29 Napier. St ..Dod^e  8596—Terminal City' Motor Co., 725,Georgia St.....McLauphlin*  gr,97_.H.li{,'o Jacobs, 30 Hastings E. Overland  $i("00—M. Stewart, Colony T'arrn, Esaondale.. Overland  g601—Marsh, Hutton Powers .Co., 509 2nd St. N. West..Cadillac  S9IS—C. H. Cryderinan, Vernon. Chevrolet  89.(9—a. J. Mercer, Vernon .' Chevrolet*  8952—Eugene B. Gay, Woods Lake, Vernon-Kelowna  P.oad ; - ...Chevrolet  TBANSrEBS  No. Name Address Car  707—F.   S.  Stevens,  Enderby  ......Hupp  -1193—f. W. Wells, 123,. Hornby St Cadillac  _ 245—John Halifax, ?,0G Abbott St Reo  -1448—W. Slocum, Sidney  — Levitt  _C07—Harley Pake, Kosedale  - Ford  _f.92—E. E. Morrison, 2G37—-1th Ave. W. Ford  1816—W. W. Cole, Arlington Hotel, Trail Cadillac  3071—G. VS. Watts, Kerrisdale Ford  3191—p.  Kolterman, 810  Cartherine St.,  Victoria Ford  3556—Catherine Sharp, 722 Hastings W ".Garford*.  625G—Charles Pryke, 1827  52nd Ave. E Ford  7877—Arthur Elofson, Murrayvllle  Ford  NABOB  COFFEE  —is strictly high-grade-—a com-  bina-ion o£ Mocha and Java.  JJYoiu the plantation 'lo the  c'f-jp, all the processes through  which    "Nabob"    passes ' are   strictly sanitary ,  , The bleiuling—Lho roasting—tho grinding—follow an exact  scicnlific.formula winch ensures absolute Cotl'ee perfection.  ".And  it <also'.ensures  absolute   ..n'fformity—an  exceedingly  important point—day in and day out.        '.  A user.of "Nabob"'knows this—those whp..are not drink-  ring "Nabob" arc surely missing one of the Joys of the culinary  art. °     , •-'*,<.'.  7^-- ^  ASK FOR' IT AT YOUR GROCERS.  O H ^  = S 2.  < «    mmi-'TS    may  .___,       Sg a) £j-  il So ft> a  S   • 5 -I* e '  H   O * <D ^  •l*lJ *" "f -'mam       ' wm*  2 S'goW  u>3  —    ■. 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