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 •   * \  I  V  JUL   6  .1918  •O-'YJitfJ  COLU  RECORD  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 11, Friday, July 5, 1918  FIREPLACE  MANTELS. GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL ASSORTED STOCK.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marble Work.  * STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  BUILDING  MATERIAL  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-550 Seymour St.   1  A Man Is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT    If.  he    has    a    bank  ACCOUNT.      No   account    In    too  small  to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancourer Branch,  446  Hastings  St. *W.  J.  P. MacDOHA-LD,  Manager  —GALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214- Pender St., E. Misjhlancl  1573  VANCOUVER, B. C.  BUH.DIMG   PERMITS   AMOUNTINO   TO S600 OB  0T» ISSUED AT THB  VAKCOUVEB CXTT HAI.I, TESTEBPAT  Number  "Description  Cost  9332-—I  sto.  fr. add! $1,000  9334-—dwelling house ., - $4,000  9325—alteration   $1,000  9326—Furnace rm. & heat, plant $5,000  3327—factory     $950  Street Address  -Lot  and Block  ,7—420  1656 Grant St   550—12th Ave. W   9 Hastings W   812 Robson St   424 Clark Dr A13-11  Subdivision  264A      526     182  Architect  .Vernon Bros-.  ...F-. W. uMacey.  Contractor  Address  C. Jameson  j.....:.   Vernon Bros -".   Baynes & Horie 836 Howe Street  Baynes & Horie 836 Howe 'St.  Owner    Owner  Address  Prof. E. Odium    F. Biggam    H. A. Jones    Lowen, Harvey & Preston  B. C. Woolen Mills, Ltd   Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc;  Phone 2988  Ff.OFCOLUMBIA AV        Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  >w'      "  burn Products, Facing Brick, Build-  •,;*a*f'1 vw-m        ing Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ,  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  Ooneral EloctrlcM ConstructloB  TIME StYmi 1145  State* Bak tailfef  MKMVE1 - WUBftt  .'I  - * M  . ~aM  "j!  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,  OurStock is the Most Complete on, the Pacific Coast  y  We are also Sole- Agents for . tho  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  I. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St.  Vancouver, B. C.  ~9t  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  GENERALRAILWAY ^OMTRACTOHS  ..\.V    v-   SUPPLIES-.,. J *   v  Sole Agentsln Canada ror  r ~ ehlcakc* PneumaticJTool Go;   , ^  Bayer h ^^^ To^s.»Reck Dr,lMJ.  Air Compressors;       , ,  Msstnst Trots  '      WW|ttI  "" Fuel Oili?and/;Ga« Engines., _       --,,,-„  " "■ r •   ;-- \, ' ; - 5« rtwhrtvn:. Tw'tiw I. c,  '    v       " PsMs Stf. I»S5  .^^^>^^,.j,^J.;.1^.^<S(.%^i.>(S(.;^.j.^»<.:«S.*«3>4.;^ei  |       BUILDING PERMITS       %  932S—F, P. Sparkes, store front, 670-  King&Vv-ay, $400.  0329—A. J.\Jenson, bid. garage, 1425  20th Ave. E., ?100. ' \  9330—Sam Scott,' sleeping' porch,  2531' Laurel St., $200; "W. J. Christian;  contr. -  9331—R. A. Petrie./bld. garage. 4200  Rupert St;, $75;  Jasf Miller,'contr. *v^  9333—G.   Kaburagf,  alterations, 4393  I Powell St., ?200.'     \      . ,. *  NEW HOME FOR  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  TWELFTH AVENUE WEST  F. Bigg-am, 55 Sth. Ave. W., is erect  rooi  cost 4-will  WORK TO START ON    ,    *•'    \  '   -  -  " CAPILANO DAM  ■ With the dry season of the year  Approaching and indications pointing  *to .the.-fact that,the Capilano and Sey-.  mour may possibly taper off to their  lowest ,'known flow., Alderman Rogers,  chairman of the waterworks committee, and City Engineer Fellowes intend to take active steps soon "to begin  work" on the lew retaining dam, which  is to be thrown across the'Capilano  River^ just < below the waterworks intake in order to ensure a constant  "head" of water, or at least enough.,to  keep' the big mains fuU.during'the dry  s^s\f.'"'Y:y^: ^ -,-v ;  >- -;^.-»^  An    appropriation' of ^7,000    was  passed' in the* estimates' of the vwater  FRAN K DARLING & CO.  THOR  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers,  Complete Stock of Accessories  ' ySM  rv,w  4 ' ^"V^  1 144 HOMER ST.  .Phone'Sey. 4100  ^  •fn^i     ft A-^J.-.* ..  works department' by the city council  ing a two storey, six room home atooOjthis year for the preliminary work on  12th   Ave.   West,   j The   cost 4will   be J this retaining dam  $4,000.  Phono Soymoar 71SS  11SO Homer Stroot  Vancouver, B. C.  NBW HEATING PLANT  FOR.COURT   HOUSE   BLOCK  Baynes & Horie, S36 Howe Street,  have been awarded a contract for the  installation of a, heating plant and  furnace in the court-house block, S12  Robson St".   The work will cost $5000.  NORTH   VANCOUVER   NOTES  Building Inspector Fugler has issued  building    permits    during    the    past  month   to   the   amount  of ?6,700,  asi  against S^lOO in June of last year.        j  I  Structural Steel For Eveiy Purpose  > . ''     . -    . .   '4 "'-:v , *• - v~   -  BEAMS, CXAJKMXLB, AJTOUS, VKATBa,' TEES, COX.V1  COlfFXETB-Ur EQTTIPFE-0 rABBIOATrJrO SKOFS  mzr4  "Loadoa,  atrssa  Winnlps**  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION -TESTS CONSULTATION  NSTEEL,     CEMENT',     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES;  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  '■-■.■ 508 Hastings W., Vancouver, B. C.  Csmsnt Tasting- IsUoratory, Booin 1601; Fliysical Testing I.a,«.or»t»ry. Room Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  TENDERS FOR EXCAVATION  ARE  ASKED  FOP  The firm of Matheson & DeGurre,  architects and engineers, 509 Richards  Street, are asking for tenders for approximately S00 yards of excavation,  work to be commenced immediately.  FIRES.  WAREHOUSE  OF WM.  N.  „      O'NEIL CO., LTD., DESTROYED  Fire destros'ed the warehouse of the  Wm. X." O'Neil Co., Ltd., on Railway  Street, Tuesday, causing a loss which  is estimated at close to |60,000. The  building will be rebuilt.  .y  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COY, Ltd.  •Psirmont 3396 and .3397  Vancoarsr, B. C  LETHBRIDGE.—A   livery    barn,    a  garage  and  six   Ford   cars,  together  ELECTRICAL CONTRACT FZ>7\ with one racing horse, were burned at  SIX SCHOONERS AWARDED Cardston last night in a fire which did  "Mundy,   Rowland   &   Co.,  Electrical ? 15,000 damage  Contractors,     Standard   Bank    Bldg,  have been awarded a contract from the  FOREST BLAZE SWEEPING  Lyall Shipbuilding Co., North Vancou- INTO CHILLIWACK DISTRICT  ver,  for  the  electrical  installation of     A   forest   fire-  two  miles wide<  is!  six Auxiliary Schooners.                           reported by the Federal authorities to j                                  have   swept   over. from   tlie   United [  NEW   .RON   FOUNDRY SUtfS   f"^^   "^^^  for DUFFERIN street 30Uth  of  Cultus  Lake,  in   the  Ctulh-  for uufferin STRICT.!wack   districti an&   nas advanced six  The site for a new iron foundry on j miles in one day.   Therefore the situa-  Dufferin   Street,  about   one   and  one--tion presents serious aspects,  half blocks from Main Street, has been |    Lindell's   school   house, a   farmer's  purchased.    It will have a frontage of .dwelling house and several barns are  100 feet on Dufferin Street. already reported destroyed.   ■ .  .Details   regarding   the   foundry   are   not  available,  but it is said  that the j TRAIL NOTES.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.   ■"  We are prepared to fur-'  nish large orders of Special'Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST  IRON  WASHERS,  ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT — LIME —  HYDRATED  LIME —  FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH  FIRE BRICK — BLACKSMITH COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON— MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Ssy. 9197  San Francjsco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone S037  deal  is  completed  and  work  on con-, NEW SCHOOL CONTRACT LET  DEALEBS  IN  and  Crushed Rock,  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  struction will start immediately. A  huge crane for carrying machinery is  now in course of construction.  RECEIVE LARGE CONTRACT  LAST MONDAY FOR $20,400  Monday  evening  the   contract  was  let by the school board for the brick  addition  to  the  present  ,12-room  Cen-|  tral   School   structure, the   successful]  TO SUPPLY BOILERS  tender being from R. Moncrieff and J.  The Vulcan  Iron   Works  on   Indus- ■ whittaker. of Rossland, who are con-  trial Island have taken the contract to j structing the new school in that city,  supply  the  boilers  for the  remaining The   contract   pr'ce   for   the   building  complete is $20,400.  The structure, for which plans and  specifications have been completed,  will be in the nature of a wing to the  present Central School building on the  hill, a duplicate of the south wing of  ships in the Coughlan shipyards. The  fire of May 15, which wiped out half  of the Coughlan shipyards and com-"  pletely destroyed the boiler shop, has  resulted in this new arrangement being; entered into for the supply of  boilers for the big ships building on  False Creek.  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B.  C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND   DRILLS  AIR  COMPRESSORS  ROCK  DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GRANVILLE ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR LIFT PUMPS  VMOVTE 9162  ((".oiittm.ec* on p'ure  •*.>  Are "Vou "Cookingr for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splendid proposition to offer you. A three-story, mill constructed building, SOxlL'O. mid 70 feet vacant land adjoining, loeated on the  corner of Victoria Drive and-Albert Street. This Is a mortgage sale and the  price and terms will suit you.    Let us show you this.  GENESAL A-DlltmiST-aATION SOCIBTT  Credit Foncier Bldg. 850 HautlngB Btro.st West  Forcings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Re:id, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  "•Pftone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. O ■EM11'  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  y  British Columbia Record  Yublisbed every Monday, Wednesday and  r     i   .  Friday by the      1  •RTSCOlRD^PUBIirSHrNO  CO.  la  ="*=r  SHIPBUILDING and MARINE  IV-   <*»*   M-  **l+<l+*4rt' + ++<l>+**<l<++*<l'+<l+*+  T  f  f ""■" X  ining News  Big Copper, near Greenwood, has  shipped five cars of ore this year.  It has been estimated that-Granby's  new coal mining and cokirig plant will  pay for   themselves   in   about   three  Telephone Seymour 7808.  Address:   583 Homer-Richards Lane  Rear of, 431 Dunsmuir Street.  CH'. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One month   81.00  S4x.» months    -....|5.00  Payable strictlv in advance.  TEN STEEL SHIPS  FOR PRINCE RUPERT  A New York dispatch says ,that a  syndicate of   Canadian and American  interests will construct ten steel ships  of S,S00 tons each at Prince Rupert, at  big marine'classification society.  Mr. French says the tremendous  rush of ships, the result of the most  gigantic programme the world has  ever known in a maritime way, is not  lessening workmanship, .and the carriers  are  going  into  commission   for  years.  ..,— _„ —c—_, — - ^     .     _  cost   of   approximately $16,000,000.  tne Allied Governments as though in  The steel is to be fabricated in Pittsburg and assembled in Prince Rupert  THE ARCHITECT IN IWDUSTH.Y  Two shipyards  On  Puget Sound  have  employed architects to prepare the plans  at the floating drydock of the G. T. P  for their buildings instead of delegating  T. ,_ _«._«._j +i,„a *i,„ „„„,���„.... ur.™  their ship draftsmen to the task.    The j n. 1S stated that the new company has  heads of these plants have demonstrated .leased  the  drydock  for five years for  the  fact   by  such   action   that   they  are    ..  ,    ....  broad    enough   business   men   to   reaJize  shipbuilding purposes, r  that an architect knows more about de- I    signing the  ouildings in  a  shiphuildin  plant than they do, or the men who design ships." They realized they would  not effect a saving by turning this task  over to anyone but a competent building  architect.  peace times. In the United * States  there are two classifications having to  do with American tonnage, Lloyd's  and the American Bureau of Shipping.  Oh French" ships the Bureau - Veritas  governs, that being the French classification society.  British Columbia Yards  BUY  CONCRETE  BARGE.  The   , Border    Line    Transportation  Company has chartered a 550-ton- con-  are\nVlS^ bar^'   Punched  at   the   Seattle.  .FolIawlnC Is a list of the Shipbuilding  perhaps the largest now, operating ,111 'hs'yard    of .the    Inter-Ocean    Barge    & *      -- ~.... .   ~  country;    that    both    plants   are    inter-  m„„„„„^,_4.   /-,„   ■• „    .   . ... „*„   ±.   '  nationally    known    for    their    efficient  Transport   Co.,   and   will   operate   the  methods and, the speed, vith which they J vessel in the general freighting busi-  do business, .and  both are landing, more ■ . * .  contracts,   launching    more1  ships    anu ness   between   Seattle,    Victoria    and  other.'British Columbia ports.  SPEED IS NOT LESSENING  WORKMANSHIP ON SHIPS  Jg»i«'*"  making more money than any other two  yards- in the country'.  One ot ,the , big things about * men in  big business who are big is the realization that the advice of experts is worth  something and4,successful men-, do 'not  hesitate to buy it. Z   ' • '  Chas. M. -Schwab uses locomotives in  his steel< mills, but if, he wanted - one  made he would probably call in the expert ofrthe Baldwin ..Locomotive..Works?  and there is a great deal of other equipment made-of-steel   which'-, he  uses  but  would "have specialists in that line-both , ...    design.and build >for him,'*;,;Architects constructors as well, is on an;„inspec  have designed his buildings^and' con-rf. ti^'n rif th*» vard«j .in drlvannp r»f a  tractors have built them.    Sears ago he  uon tnP 0I lne yaras ')* advance OI a  States and' Canada, James -French,  known to every steel shipbuilder in  the country and to most of the .wooden  companies ,of British Columbia now actively "encaged in ship* construction or  recently organized:  Start BsipbaUdln* "Masts.     ..  Co urn Ian Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Walliic*, Shipyards, North  Vancourer.  .;   Wood sThlpbnudlar "Wants.  Cameron Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria, y.  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., Victoria.  At present mines in East Kootenay  are shipping double the quantity of  ore to Trail smelter' that Rosslanu  mines are.  About 150 men are working in the  mines at Ainsworth. Men are also  reported, more plentiful in the Slocan  mines than formerly.  , Ralph Wolverton, of Cascade, has  sold some chrome properties to Walter  J. Nicholls and associates, of Spokane,  and development will start at once.  Development is proceeding on the  Sth and 10th levels of the Silversmith  Mines, Ltd.,' formerly the Slocan Star,  .near Sandon. ' R. H. Stewart, formerly  of Trail, is operating head.  ,  " Clarence Cunningham, of Sandon,  has obtained an extension of three  years on his bond for the Wonderful.  The price is $75,000, as before, but  he has to buy all stock of the company  that is offered.  Rambler-Cariboo, Slocan, has enough  ore to keep the concentrator, which  will start soon, in operation for more I  can be used in a  hundred ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work flf all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting gas to  your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carrall and Hasting: Sts. 'Phone Seymour SOOO  U8E  LloycTs-chief surveyor in.the United  ^j- salpbuildlnr Co.. North Vancou  -"'t.t-.'  ^./l4        .    '  ."H?" 4.  was called' one of the greatest salesmen  • in ■ the" world. . But one of  the Eastern  "schools for salesmanship makes capital  ,  out of the}fact, that, Alr.rS,chwab,-within  * recent ,years, completed their,, course ,'of  •, study. ->  '.     The more a man jknowsrab'out. his.-.own  business,  the   less   he  knows  about   his  ,.> neighbors.. k Let an  owner*-once*.erect,.a.  ^-buildine'*' without    the \services f of    an  '-architect,1 and-he; is < very apt to appre-  , .ft"elate sthat expert's business when ifr be-  '.'''comes svpalnf ully   evident'-, that rhe • Cthe  t.''owner)' doesn't-know'the'other's" busi-  '.^ne8s.^„Thei,manvtwhoj.pronts. by^anpther's;  7 experience ' is -both .-a-wise   and ^ a . rich.  $[ man", -forj he .saves  what the other man  ;' spends..-',    .       ^    '-       ,. ,.' * '■      .. .x"..-  .""-.'- 'it'Is*a'mistaken  Idea-that*, architects  -- are only* supposed'to *be eroployecL.where  : an artistic'building is desired. .There is  ' " 110 structure more.hideous.than aretain-  '" 1ng will,*' but a;competent^ajjcKitec't can  ..imake^.it  afathIns/^*ot, beauty.--'But   the  **  - architedf.is seldom -ifJ'ever-employed-for  Vhis artistic ability."^As^wjell,'employ "a  "i physic'an«only;when one'<,is<"on.his death-  .,. bed,.,but ^.attempt ,to. cure  ones   self  of  - -pneumonia,  typhoid ah'd other ailments,1  a.s to employ an architect'to design'only  libraries and'Structuresv'which are to be  ornate, but attempt to design your own  factory building or your own .warehouse.  A competent architect  is  qualified  to  design     any wbuilding .more-  efficiently,  whether residence, office building, warehouse,  factory  or other structure,  than  - any other. His course of study has fitted  him  to  determine  what class  of  structure  will   best   suit   your  needs,   giving  .- you. the   greatest    light,    maximum    or  ' epace,  with least obstructions, cheapest  in cost and most efficient.    Whether for  a medium priced factory building or for  • a    monumental    structure,    employ    an  architect.  voyage, to Japan in the-interests of the I  '.-'-ver. - --. _--_-,. f^ •      / •-.    -  New'. Westminster   Hue.   tc   Const.   Co.,  Poplar Island. "      "'   *   '  Pacific Construction Co.,  Ltd.',' Port Co-  .quitlam..  Standard - Shipbuilding- Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace ShiDvards Ltd., Vancouver.- i  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Van  couTer. ,  I than a year. On March 29 snowslfdes  did ?5,000 damage tor the mine property, which is now being* repaired:  The Copper Crown property, situated on Grouse Mountain, and in  which business men of - Telkwa. are interested, will soon be under active, development. Word'received fromi]\Ir.~;  Polsen, of Spokane, is to the .effect  that .he will visit the district and that  work will be started on the property  immediately.  ELASTIGU  The Tough, Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  *>. £     ,        '     TA--A .   ;  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street *   -' '   .       VANCOUVER   B. C  Phone B»y. 772 r  x<ry<r£x*  .>-  .E<.  !K:  Cement  -1; fc'jf .*  -r.-'  Bulldbs Cable  ar  y  - v?;  ZY  Pacific Lime  R. V. WINCH & CO^ Limited  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  Wl speciallz* lh prompt sarvica for Contractors'  temporary powor inatallations  1 -W    v  *   4.  *-H  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   ir.   have   sir   represeititivi   call  ovor and Victoria  .;  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  BY  FATRONIZINO  ■'ft      Vs  %    OFFICIAL DIEECTORY    |  ^•♦■ii»iH"t"i"t' *<i<* ii>**********v  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department v  1 Mayor  **■• P- Ge.^6  \  .,, City Council  Ward 1 Tn°8- H- mrk  i Ward 2     »--w. R. Hamilton  *. Ward 3  W. C. Marshall  - Ward 4  *. J°9- Hoskins  ' Ward 5 .- -W. R. Owen  Ward 6  S. C Elliot  Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  '■ Ward 8  F-' ?• Rogers  Financial A Clerical Departments  Clerk  Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller G- F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. J- Johnstone  Accountant  A. J. Pilklngton  Engineering Department  ' Engineer"..". ' "~.F. L. Fellowea  Building Department  Building Inspector..: R."A. McKenzie  Water Department  Secretary .......:r........ :.S; J. Montgomery  Health   &  Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underbill  Library.  Ubrarian  ;..,.:.~....R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers, Chairman  A. C J. Leek G. W. Hutchings  M. S. Logan       George Eldon  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician#..., C H. Fletcher  Street &' Sewers Department  Superintendent, .- -John Morton  Police Department  Police Magistrate.-.'.'. -H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk E. Robinson  Solicitor H. F- Jones  Prosecutor _........'-.- R-- L-. Maitland  Fire  Department  Cnief      _ J. H. Carlisle  PROPOSED   NEW    WORK  Character.  Armory  Harbor Works    Bank A office bids;—  Hotel, C. N. Ry   tsd  Cost  $350,000  VANCOUVER  ...Not given  ■•eoaHoa .••••«•■••«•••  Grandview      Kitsilano -Reserve    Hastings St Granville   False Creek Fill   ....- Oinui  -..Government  ...Government  ..Royal Bank  ..C. N. Ry.-Co.  arnhitscs   Perry A Fowler  .  Government    No archt. commlssioped yet.  ■ *rians Baady  Preparing  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  vf  Choap Rates  UNION  STATION  nir 40S  MAIN STREET  iov:  IXTS *LUT1IS  Post Office   Post Offlce   Concrete Garage  -1250,000  ....$35,000  1-OXATXI.T BBLOW .AU VMOTOXBTt B1TT XAVB BBBH rOSVPOBBB  Gore and Keefer.  South Vancouver  Flftk A Fir Sta.  „,Dom. Govt   Dom. Govt  ..Ford Motor Co.  Dom.   Govt   Dom.   Govt.   .....  Owners     Delayed   Delayed     Delayed  .«.   >,  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  ,    i  •Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers -■ a Specialty  ESTIMATES  OIVCN . . DISTANCE   NO  OBSTACLE  Telephone Hl«hl«n«l 72S 2021 w- c,  VANCOUVER, B. C.     4  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Otaaraotsc  >•••*•••*<•••*■*•<  . sOOsit  BRITI8H COLUMBIA—GENERAL  lioeatloB    Owsur  mniiimiiiiitiinin., wimnlt|ltl), «w  PILING w POLES  Arcnltsot  ..Plans Beady  '/."•  ...4-  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30- 7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  FIR. CEDAR or HEMLOCK  ?ny length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1009  1021-1024 Roger. Building Soymour 3998.3999  """ *" * ! *" *********^»***  *tWt4HtWt««Wt««t  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  Office^ 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper Is now being manufactured in British Columbia.    The paper is  of excellent,  uniform   quality and  of  great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. 0. m  ^^^^ww™™'<tf>i\\°'r.fA*?*-''^A.  '?m  '*)<:  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  BuvlnsT Information for AutomoblU  Ownsrs and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Ford* standard foot control  Price $2.25  Gatrell flc Hastings  Sey. 2108 1259  Granville St  BRITISH COLUMBIA  FORD CARS  GRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Sullivan-Taylor  Motor Co.  250 Kingsway Fair. 2730  LITTLE  GIANT  MOTOR  TRUCKS  "All thai  the Name Implies"  Leslie W. Pearson, Mgr.  Granville  at   Pacific    Sey.    331  M1CHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone Seymour  6411 Quick  Service'your   best   foot   forward,"   by   putting  HOCKLEY SAYS OVERSIZE  FOR  REAR  WHEELS  Tire   Doctor   Reverses   Old   Saying   in  Advice to Tourists and  Car  Owners  George C. Hockley of the Davie Vulcanizing Co., familiarly styled along  Auto Row as "The Tire Doctor," has  olfered some pertinent suggestions for  motorists starting on trips or vaca-(  Hon tours.  In the first place, Hockley would  have the car owner, when starting on  a trip,  reverse  the old  saying,, "Put  CONSOLIDATED MOTOR .CO., LTD.  Packard — Nash — Maxwell  Trucks 'and  Passencer  Cars  1230 Georgia  St....- ...Seymour 4030  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  Tirei  Moior' A cceisories  851 Pender Si. W -  Sey. 3t53  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  Vulcanizing  1234 Granville St. Sey.  1184  SAXON  SALES" COMPANY  Distributors for  SAXON AUTOMOBILES  1272 Granville Si. 'a   Sey.3391  new tires on his rear wheels, preferably oversize tires. "This will afford  a better air cushion," says Hockley,  "eliminating much of the excessive",  road vibration being transmitted to  car and passengers.  "The heavier tread construction of  the oversize is also desirable because  the extra thickness reduces the risk of  rock cuts, punctures anil, blowouts,  which never add to the joy of life fo'r.  the tourist. Furthermore, with the  heavier tread rocks and punctures are  less liable to injure the carcass of the  casing, leaving it In good shape for a  'Hockley Retread.'"       -    ~ - '  CHEVROLET WINS  Gasoline and oil consumption records for two months, kept by the  Pantorium Dye Works of Medford,  Ore., have been received by the Chevrolet Motor Company of California,  along with a complimentary letter regarding the work of the Chevrolet  "490" in delivery service. According  to F. C. Elliott of the, dye concern, the  Chevrolet effected a saving of 50 per  cent, in fuel and lubricant bill of the  car previously used in the work, a  machine lighter than the Chevrolet.  THE  COST OF  HAULING.  The prevailing cost of hauling over  the public roads of the United States  is about 23 cents per ton per mile-  .More than 350,000,000 tons are hauled  over these roads each year, and the  average haul is about eight miles, from  which it can readily be seen that our  annual bill for hauling over the public roads is* nearly $650,000,000.  speed basis, and if it were to be abolished tomorrow, the world's business  could, not be carried on as rapidly,  efficiently and economically. It has  not only 'elficiencyized' every branch  of commercial, industrial and governmental America, but it has revolutionized home life and given us all a better  understanding of healthy and clean  living."  RIGHT IN IT  AUTO MISSION DESCRIBED  AS  TIME-SAVING  "Like other great inventions, the  mission of the automobile is to save  time," says W. L.. Hughson of the  KisselKar.     ^  "It_has put human activities on  a  BLACK BROS., LIMITED  Automobile Supplies—Car ..Bodies  Topi and Seat,Cover*  6   A '  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO,  THE   PLACE   FOR   AUTO   AND   TIRE   REPAIRS  MOTOKIBT:-  /■  When your tires need repairs—."When your car needs repairs—'When you  have trouble of any description—When you need new tires or tubes—When  you need prompt and careful service at Reasonable Prices.  1234 Granville St.  Seymour 1184  Vancouver, B. C.  The Fanner—My son Hiram gets »  good deal o' fun out of automobillng.  The Visitor—But doesn't he own a  machine?  The Farmer—Of course not. He'»  one o' the county constables.  "A Lap Ahead  5)  Dunlop Tires—"Traction,  r  "Special"—represent -doing  best what other tires may  have been trying to do well.  *» *  WJ <-' *<  "Masters of the Road"  DUNLOP,;. TIRES  The German Had No Choice. ,  A London "Tommy," - lying' in hospital, beside him a watch of curious'  and foreign^ design." The attending  doctor was interested.  "Where did your watch come from?"'  he asked.     i *•'  "A German giv it me," he answered.'  The   doctor   inquired   how   the   foe'  had   come   to   convey  his  token  of  esteem and affection. '  ""'E 'ad to," was the laconic reply.  ,i      <> '  ^iTJdL  ,«>.*"  V-' -    ~?A  F5T_  . r*     \ w     J-  fS  Is  -p^,—F«■****I*"**'.-'; ^^^  1 to 5 Too*  i'l   V  »■ ■) L     / \      +,  My~FEDERAL Truck is four years oldr-have  riot expended to exceed twenty-five dollars «Rto  date for repairs or paint and it,isrdoing'good  work and looks fine.   I ani in the General Mef-;  chandise Business.. f -.1 %Z \ .-*-" "   \        * ■">  There's a reason,why FEDERALS Last ~  \. •  833 Fender St. Wert, *ra»eo»T«r? -K'A  H. J?TUCKER^V   -  ----- ;b.''C. 'IMstrnjntor ,. <yr. _  ... ousMOBX&B-.s^niri^'^'f!^,*M'n  Bsymoor 3565  '" < ,"    *        . Dhtribator.for    ; ..  h     «nie reDERAL Motor Trofk Co/De**rolt     ' >_*.»-,  d? tuts j&car e*s«ffrf Hi 5 *&:;}    c*"2 ^^^i^i^^Y;  X1"  ***.  *.  A.,«r»a».ii*. *■-.    x. J?S&.   v**-*/ -***.*   iv    rll* tMt  Little Giant Motor Trucks  Powerful  Durable -- Attractive -Economical  Dependable - Quiet  •uriifitta  The above is the definition Webster would have  given the words LITTLE GIANT, after having examined  the truck that bears that name.  LITTLE GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  :•     »•  ,cnamij  When you huy a LITTLE GIANT TRUCK you are  dealing direct with the Factory who are right here on the  ground to look after you and give you the service that    OtflfiA -cOUJO^OdC  only a Factory Branch can give   with   a   large   stock   of      •       *  parts.  Phone Sey. 331 and make an appointment.    We are  only too pleased to talk over your hauling problems.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co,  Seymour 331  LESLIE W. PBARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  TTWrru^  TlVlft'fMrUJOl-  The  Directory  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 AND TWO-TON  TRUCK ATTACHMENTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD. ;  PAINTING AND VARNISHING  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.     - ,  ..ag'&rQHi'fl-'-''^^  nr.±momMU>£XnsimaUS!3SBBKtl  SEAT COVERS AND TRIMMINGS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TWO AND FOUR-WHEEL TRAILERS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.    [    :        V  TRACTORS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WAGON HEARSES CONVERTED  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WELDING^MACHINING, WHEEL AND ENGINE  WORK  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TUPPER & STEELE, Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Phones Bay. 138 and 139.  1667-9 Third Ave., W.  KEEP POSTED -READ THE RECORD r<\  BRITISH COLOMBIA RECORD  ■ '  "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,  KE"   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  y  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymonr 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  (Continued from pagfe 1)  the building which was erected .two-  years ago. It will be of brick and of  solid construction in every way. The  two upper classrooms will be for the  grade school, while the main floor of  two rooms and part of the basement  will be devoted to classrooms and  chemistry-room and library for the  High School.  Forester, Vancouver, B. C. •  lock and Pine on an area situated  on Main Lake, Quadra Island, Say-  ward   District.  Tenders are being called for the  erection of a new two-room school at  New Denver. Silverton got a new one  about a year ago.  J  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  *  A. Jones, HffT.  1  i /  9      —  t  > /  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  Owners of Tug ^CLIVEV   ,  lZL.]   . General Towing        'V  'v^ -    . \ ■  **■-  S&FroatSt^-:- ".' /'Hew Westminster  Zz •   - , Telephone 1915  ■*  VERNON    NOTES.  W. A. Cryderman has the contract  to  erect a large fruit packing warehouse   for  Stirling  and   Pitcairn and  started   work   on   Monday   morning.  The    building    will    occupy - ground  leased from the C. P. R. on the east  side of the track facing the  station.  It will be 190x50 feet in size, and will  extend, back   over   the   property   at  present occupied by the W. R. Megaw  warehouse.    It will have a handsome  front facing Barnard Avenue  but removed about 80 feet from that street.  The plans were prepared by Bell and  Curtis,   architects   of   this   city,   and  show   a'  commodious   and   well   arranged building fitted with all "necessary appliances   for . assembling  and j  packing , fruit and   with  ample   space  for   business   offices, lavatories,   etc.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Crawford Bay School.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for Crawford Bay School" will be  received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to 12 o'clock  noon of Tuesday, the 16th day of  July, 1918, for the erection of a one-  room school and outbuildings at  Crawford Bay in the Kaslo Electoral  District.  Plans and specifications, conditions  of contract and tender forms can now  be seen at- the office of the Government Agent, Courthouse, Vancouver.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.,  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of  Public Works, '  Victoria, B.  C,  Jiine 25thr 1918.  WRIGHT BROS.  •    BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  Business Directory and  Buyers' Guide  When Buy iris Building; Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  ARCHITECTURAL    TERRA    COTTA.  Evans. Coleman * Evana. Ft. Col. St., B. 2988  O'Nell,  Wm.  N.  Co  X,d.,  548  Seymour.S. 4795  Ritchie   Con.    A   Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Gran.    Z'..  Bridge   8.9162  ASPHALT   FELT.  Evana, Coleman &  Tlio  Ltarrotl Co.,  Ltd.,  Cvans,  ft. Cot..  lOtb  and  Arbutus,  Bay.  988  772.  'Y'Y -"  Si.   ^Ar  w'  8£i*{*.  $$ AU  z~z<:\  i\V-;r^c*)rij'General" *-Agent» .v'-'/ ■*-'  eor-British Columbia of VThe ; Globe  Iridemuit*^ Company A'offCanada'and  The'>sLiiVefpoor&, London & Globe  Insurance Co., Ltd. . ,We>sell com-  -plete protection Including loss  .y''---Ul-'*v*.'i - '"'through-*^ -.■?■'' \ > -  FireT "Theft, ".Collision,   Property"  Damage and'Personal Liability. .  \X  >  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  1    "LIMITED  Winch  Bldg. 739  Hastings St. W.  Estab. 1886       V-ancouver, B.O_.  .*-. -       fSEATTLE' NOTES, r    '  new Warehouse   ,       *"   '  "W,/ TO;COST ,$100,000  Architect S. ,E. 'Sbnnichsen,, Downs'  Block,, lias completed plans for the  construction of a six-story reinforced  concrete" -warehouse, 200x52'"'feet in  size, to be erected, at 1125 Twelfth  Avenue for the Bekins-JIoving & Storage Co., .The Ferro Concrete . Coi,  "Empire Building,' -will be awarded the}  contract to construct the building.  -> ' '     "i* 4 ' "-  GOVERNMENT WILL '.-/.    .  7 *"-     *-'      HOUSE SHIP MEN  ~:Oito M. Eidlitz.head'of the.-hbusing  division of the ^Federal ^epaftment of  Labor^at Washington, has made, public  the fact that the Government;plans the  expenditure of. $500,000, in "Seattle to  assist inThousihg the shipwb'rkers of  the Seattle Const. & Dry Dock-Co.    *  <. .-\ -    . ■ n A , ^  V,It* is-proposed -that the ^Government  put up the homes and sell them-to. the.  fworkers on ■ time^ payments' .thereby  j making it possible for the Government  j to assist the shipbuilders to own their  j homes- and at no particular cost to the  'Government in the end.   '   a  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Department of the Naval Service.  TENDER FOR WHARF.  SEALED TENDER addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for Coaling Jetty," will be received up  to.noon on the 15th, July, 1918; for the  reconstruction of the Coaling Wharf at  H.M.C. Dockyard, Esquimalt, B. C.  Tenders should be accompanied by  "certified cheque-for Ten Per Cent, of  the amount of the- tender. . '  , . Plans, specifications' and permission  to view the (site may be obtained from  the undersigned or from the Captain  Superintendent, H.M.C. Dockyard. Esquimalt.    '  '    '   n     g! J. DESBARATS,  Deputy Minister of the Naval Service  Department Naval Service, •  PROPOSALS   WANTED  laSCEZ.XuB.N-COUS   PBOPOSAZ.B  ,  Architects Gardiner & Mercer, 827  Birks Building, are calling for tenders for the construction of a. one  storey building to be erected on the  Southeast corner of Davie and Granville'Sts. When completerT-the building will be occupied by the Davie  Vulcanizing  Company.  Btsg Motor Co.  AUTOMOBILES  Ltd.,  106'.! Qournia SL  W .8. 904ft  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  Uegg Motor Co.. Ltd.,  1082 Georgia' 9L  W S.  9040  AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE.,  Ceperley, Rounsf.ll k Co., Ltd., WIncli Bid*-..  -S.  7820  Home   Bank of  BANKS  Canada S.  5270  Plans are now being prepared by  architects Gardiner & Mercer for  Schaake Company Ltd., ' Industrial  Island, for the enlargement of their  present 'Shop building, .store house,  new pattern shbps and a new foundry building 120x40 feet. As soon as  the plans are completed tenders will  be called for, a notice. of which , will  appear in this"paper. -\   -  Ottawa, May 31,elf»18.  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF >  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  the  y  noon  TIMBER SALE X727  Sealed  tenders will be received by  Minister of Lands not later than  on  the  15th day of July,   1918,  for the purchase of License X727, to  cut 7,048,000 feet of Fir, Cedar, Hem-  Three* (3) years will be allowed for  removal' of timber.  Further   particulars   of   the   Chief  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANS-  ' m and KALSOMINiNG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1965 Dunsmuir St.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  .     ,   TENDERS FOR ROTARY   ..  INSTITUTE.   .  The Trustees of the Rotary Club of  Vancouver invite tenders for the erection of-a" clinic building to be built on  City land. .  » Sealed tenders to be in the hands of  .the architect not later than 5 p.m.,,July  ,15th. v;   .   * ,   ,    '. '.<.'-../'." .   |'-"  General Trades, Plumbing^ and Heat-  ing to be tenderedfor separately. Each  tender/must be accompanied'by an( accepted-cheque on a -chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Trustees  of the Rotary Club,' of value equal to  30 per cent of the amount of the tender.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Plans, specifications and'forms of  tender to-be had on and after Monday  July 1st, at the office of James A. Benzie, architect, 429 Standard Bank Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C. '  By order,  EDWARD * CANNELL,  Secretary.  VICTORIA—The .'Saanich- School  Board held a special session and, authorized Architect C. E. Watkins to  call for tenders for" the erection of a  two-roomed 'building to be' located on  the site now owned by the Board at  Cloverdale and to be ready for use on  September 1.  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  FROM   JUNE" 22nd   TO   JUNE   27th.  Following Is a Complete List of New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  Vancouver and District:  No. • Names Address Car  15262—J.  G.  Evans.- 1200-Tenth  avenue  .    BRICK—ALL K*TNI>S.  Evans ' Coleman A Evana, Ft. Col., S. 2988  Oilier Bro»„ Ltc.. New West.. Phones 15. 16  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 548 Sey. St.. o. 4795-4798  Ritchie   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  Brld««    a.   9162  R.V.Wlnch * Co., Ltd.. WSnch B. S. 279-1944  BUILDING  FEI/TS AND PAPERS.   -  Evana, Coleman & Evana, Ft. Col... .S-r,298S  W. N. O'Noll St Co.', 548 Soy. St., S. 4795-4798  The  Darrett Co.,  Ltd.,   10th  and^Arbutus,  liny.   77J.  ' BONI>ft—SL'KETV.  R.V.Wlnch & Co.. Ltd., Winch B., S. 279-1941  CARPENTERS  Dixon   &   Murray .' S. 8765- S766  'CEMENT. '  Balfour,   Guthrie  & Co ". &. 919'i-657lT  Ev'ans,' Coleman & Bvans, Ft. Cot'-.S. 2SSS  Gilley Bro«,,-Lts*.. New West.. .Phones 15, 16  W. N. O'Nell & Co.; 548 ssiey- Si-,'S. 4795-I79S  Ritchie   Contr.   A' Sup.,   Ltd.t   GranviHe   St.  Bridge    S. 916?  "R.V.Wlnch'ft. Co.. Ltti.v Winch B., S. i79-1944  '    (CEMENT TKSTJNG ,A*»JD,ASSAYIX(J.  Hunt,   Robt.   "W. '-&   Co., "Standard   Bank  Bldg-, .8. 2199  CONTKACXOJtS—GENERAL. /  'Armstrong,   Morrison   <& - Co.,    Ltd.,    Bowev  Bag    S. 1S36  CONT RACTO KS—TILE—TKKRAZZO.  ■Evans, 'coieman & Evans,  ft. Col.r .*. .S. 2988  s'W. N.  O'Neil &. Co., Mb-Sey. St., S. 4793-479S  '  *>CKANE9   AXD   HOISTS    (ELECTRIC  • The Holden Co., Ltd.. 542 Pender St. W.  riey. <»1065.  DUILI.S^-rORTABL"-S   ELECTRIC      - ,.  Darling, Frank & Co., 1112 Homer  ■Street    ". ". Sty. 4100-4101  The Holden Co., Ltd., 642 Pender St. W.  < , •-  * Sey. 1065.  MARBLE  AND  ONY*K  Evana, Coleman & Evana,  ft. Col..  W. N. O'Nell <Sc Co., 548 Sey. St. S.  B.  M0T0R8  C  Electric Co.,  Ltd _   ...S. 2988  4795-4798   S. 5001  MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Besrer "Vlotor Co., 1062 Georgia W. S. 904 5  Black Bros., Ltd..  115 Homer S.    668  Little  Giant  Motor  Truck   Co S. 4030  OFFICE AND  STORE  FITTINGS  Dixon   ii   Murray S. 8765-  8766  PACKING,   BELJING   AND   MECHANICAL   GOODS  Dunlop Tim & Itutibur Goods Co.,'Ltd.,  8U Cambie St    a. 13—S.253S  PAINTING  &  PAPER  HANGING     '  Dixon   &   Murray S. 8765- 8766  PAINTS—FIKB-PKOOF.  W. N. O'Neil & Co., 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4796-4798  PAINTS—D/ialP PROOF.  Evans, Coleman A Evana, ft. Col S. 2988  W. A. O'.N'eU M. Co., 548 Sey. St. ,.S. 4795-4791  Smith,  Darhlson  luci   U*vle   Sts.  PAPER  tc Wright*; Lid., Iloinw  -S. 9565  PARTITION—FIREPROOF  fivana, Coleman & Evans   It. Colum. .8. 2988  Kitcbte. Con. & Sup. Co., Granvr Bdg. .S. »:«"»  PATTERNS  Westminster Iron Works,  New Westminster   Phono 53  PIG  IRON AND TIN  Balfour.  Guthrie a  Co S.  Evans, Coleman Sc Evans,' ti. Col..  Wilkinson Co., 'Ltd..  8-16  Ueacb  Ave „  it. V. Winch A Co.. Wmca Bld..,S.  PILING AND POLES  Federal   Lumber   Co.,' llOL-ers   Uldx,   9197-6571  ...S. 2988  ,.S. 7915—9  2TS-XA4*  .._S. 3993-9  ' PILE BUI VTNG.*  Evans,  Coleman & Evana," ft. Col S. 29S8  Kru-sur   .rtivor   i->lit>   Uriviug   Co/  New   W «»u  PlI'E—SEWER  tSvans, Coleman St E'/aus Ft. Colum. .6. 2988  Gilley Bros., Ltd.. New Weal.. .Phones 15. IS  Ritchie Con, & Sup. Co.. Grfinvitlo. .S. 9162  "R. V.  Winch Sc Co.. Winck Bid.. .S.   27S-1S44  15263-  15264-  Porester,  Victoria,  li.   u.,   or  District Vancouver, B. C, June 27th, 1918.  %  E. A. 3 A3 LEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  1  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMOHT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  i &  .5.  t  *  t  t  V  !  i  I  **>  t  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  V  AGENTS FOR  mum RANGES  I  f  I  Industrial and Household  Gas Fittings  V  I  %  I  f  ♦I*  i  I  C. Bain, Manager  ?  s  I  4>  J.  G.  Evans.- 1200- Tenth  west,  Ctiiilmers.  Charllefchns,   232   Peiider   street  Dodge. %   '    ' ,     ,    •"  •R. Shernan" AVest Vancouver,  Lexing^cn.'-' - • ■  15265—Patrick^,  * &  '  Cranston,v.     1183  Homer, *ford.  15266—XV.1 C.  McKechnie,-' 1139   Barclay,  „ McLaughlin.    ',-  15267—A.'- w;" Jtrreenins','-480   Keefer,  StudeTjaker.^        -■ , ,  15268-^-A.   Quaderrnalne,' r2327   Granville,  Ford.      V      "  15269—G. K. Grieve, 7SS 39th E\, Kora.  15270—J.   Payne,'1219   Georgia  street,*  McLaughlin.  15271—C.   Henderson,   2-023   Forty-eighth  avenue West.  Ford.  15272—XV. XV. Johnston,  936 Cardero,  McLaughlin.  15273—A. Jack, 2021 Wall street,      Ford.  J.5274—XV.   F.   Frederick,    3010   Seventh  avenue west. Maxwell.  15275—Horace Cox, 1207_Homer.    Ford.  15276—B. C. Telephone Co., Ford.  15277—C. Smith, North Vancouver,   I'ord  15278—Pacific Transfer, 110 Cordova St.,  Ford.  15279—Ice Delivery Co., 1040 Hornby St.  Maxwell.  15280—I.  Moore,   2100   Fourth  avenue,  Ford.  15281—XV. M. Lister, 162 Keefer, Ford.  15282—E   A. London, Steveston, Ford.  15283—W. A. Hunter,. 1368 Nicola street,  Studebaker.  15284—Robert   Kelly,   US6   Nicola,   Hudson.  152S5—Gan Gee, 21 Pender east, Chevrolet.  15286—T. Davis, 194 3 Commercial Drive,  Ford.  1528S—R. Knox.2232 Hemlock, Chevrolet.  152S9—Pacific Coast Construction Co.  Gramm. r  15290—Brandram-Henderson   Paint   Co.,  Ford.  15291—F.  Parsons, 3052 Hemlock street,  Chandler.  15292—P. Carmlohael, 1920 Kitchener bt.  Ford.  i5--.ni—J. XV. Salkeld, Port Moody, Chevro  15295—Mrs.   A.   V.   McRae,   1819   McT'ac  avenue. Chevrolet.  15296,    15297,  15298, 15299,  15300, 15301—  Van. Auto Livery. 1249 Granville,  j 5302—E.  U.' Shove, -IHG Sophia,  Forfl.  15363—Independent   Van   and   Storage—  Garford.  15304—Independent   Van   and   Storage—  Garford.  13305-rr.l-.  Howies.  30  Nineteenth  avenue  east,  Kord.  •r,:>,or,—W. A. Quest, 1114 Granville, lord,  Ifi-rjO"—W. W. Harvey. McLaughlin.  1530B—S. T. Wallace, 1S62 Pender street,  Chevrolet.  310—w.   H.   Wilson,   Ladner,   B.   C,  Studebaker.  15311—Davis &  Son,   13-17   Klngsway,  Chevrolet.  I,r,3j2 w   ir. Harvey, Dominion Creosot-  ing Co.,  McLaughlin.  15313—r. La ugh ton, 17G2 Second Ave. W.,  Ford.  ELECTRICAL SCPl'LEES  C. .Elactrio Co., Ltd...  IJ.  C. .Elactrio Co., LW..., ,—S. 0000  CopaAc-Pon.  150 llastliii!*- W. uS». ..-.KeyK 8C0'i  DarllnV, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street   ._.-._.A   Sey. 4100-4101  1 s   "  1.       t *  ELEVATOR CARS AND ENCI^OSUREa.  WZ-N.-O-Neir* Co., 548 Sey. St. S. 479">-4V798  Rltcste ;Contr. '■#:>, Sup." Cor  Ltd.., Gran.   St.  Bridge    .....:."..".....'.".'".:...'... ..  8. 9181  '-   Yw ELEVATORS *v "  Darling, Frank & Co.,'1142 Homer  --Street    -I/..- ;-..Sey. 4100-^101  tf ,     -.,','      F1KE CI.AT   .,.*;'  \ ',,  Balfour,   Outhrie &  Co -.8. 9197-6576  Evana. Coleman A JEvana Pt. C0I...S. I9S8  Gilley BroB.,,1 New Westminster. Phones 15,18  W. N*. O'Neil A Co.. 54* Sey. .St., S.4795-4798  Ritchie Con. * Sup. Co.. Granvl.~Bdg"-.S. SI*'  R. V. Winch A Co..   .Vlnch BldK.. «*■ "S79-1944  FIRE  EXTINGlilSHKB  SYSTEMS/  Barr 4 Anderson, 1OC0  Homer St..\..S. 61S0  r <,  FLOORING  Sk  Co.,  1330  Richards. .8. 1196  J.  Fyft Smith  FORGINGS  Weatminstcr Icon Worlts.  New Westminster  Phone 53  GALVANIZING  Allan   McKelvic ling. Co., Ltd High 1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co S.    801  GLASS—Al^ -KINDS.  W. N. 0*N«1I tt CO. 648 ftey.Bt..  8. 4795-479?  - PLASTER  Kalrour.  Gu.hrie A:  Co S. 9197-6576  iSvnns. Coloman & Kvai.4 Ft. Colum. .S. 2089  (JJIJey Bios., Ud., New West... Phones 16, 11  X\. N. O Null Sc Co., 54S Sey, Bt,. .S. 47S3-179J  Kitchie. Con. & Sud. Co., Granv. Bdg..S. 91*'S  1'I.ASTEit BOAH0  Ev*n», Coleman & Evana,  ft. Col S. 3988  "JX* "^' °"i"e11 *• Co- *■«'&<*>. St...S. 4795-4T94  Ritchie   Con.   &   Sup.   Co.,   Granville. .S. 916J-  PLASTER  VARTITIOX   BLOCKS  Evans,  Coleman & Bvans.  rt.  Col S. 2988  I'LASTEK—ORNylMENTAL  Evana,  Coleman & Kvans,  ft. Col S. 2388  )>'.'. •■*[•. °'£e>l & CO., 5<S Soy. 8t...S. 4795-47^8  Ritchlo  Con.   &  Sup.   Co..   Oranville..S. 9168  I>LL'3fBI>*G  Bailey, K. A., 1033 Granville St.*,7."....S. 136  Barr  A   Ana«raon,    lt>6u-  ilomer   dl...S. 61841  !'    ',-'*   fXEUMATlC TOOLS'  Darling, Frank & Co., 1142 Horner  o,K   *%?¥?     "A- v-i-: -Se>'- 4100-4101  The H,ol«en Co., Lta., 542 Pender St. W.  " .Sey.  iOGS.  PRINTERS *"  Bagley. A. G. & Sons, Ltd. ,  516  Pender   \V Sey.    316  HARDWARE  Brown.  ITraser k Co., Ltd.,   1130 Homer St S.  Flott, J. A., Ill Hastings W Sey  HARDWOOD FLOORS  W. N. O'Nell ft Co.. 548 Sey. St...8. 4795-4  J. Fyfe Smith * Co  7153  2327-8  >98  1320  Richard*..S. 1196  KOOI ING COMPOSITION  Evans, Coleman .t- Evans Ft. ,olum. .S. 29S*  Tha B»rre« Co., Ltd.. IO10 and Arbutun, Day. 772.  W. X O'Nell & Co., 548 Sey. St.. .S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. &. Sup. C.. Granville. ,S. 91S8  Smith.   UariiLnon  k Wrlsht.  Ltd..  Homer  and   l>a\ri«   Sts.      ,g   J595  ROOFING—SHEET METAL. l"  (See  Cornice ana   Hoofing;)  ROOFING  MATERIAL  Th» Barrett Co., Ltd.. 10th and Arbutus, nay. 772.  Kvans, Colenutn tc Evana Ft. Colum. ,S. 2988  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co., Granville B...6. 916-1  ROOFING—WHOLESALE  Sidney  .Rubber Roofing  Co S.  4149  Balfour,  ROl'E-MANILA  Guthrie   A   Co   .« 9197-6576  HARDWOOD LUMBER  Smith, J. Fyfe * Co.. 1320 Richard*..S. 1196  HEATING—HOT  AIR,   STEAM  AND  VENTILATING  Bailey, E. A„ 1033 Granville St., S.  136  Barr  Sc   Anderson,   1060   Homer   St...S. 61X0  HEATING   AND   VENTILATING  Leek k Co ,   Lul.,  1098 Homer  St   ENGINEERS  _.. _ S.    601  )*  S.a. Trlckey  X. E. Elliot  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 80  t  ^♦K'-M'-fr-H^H^-H^^  CENTRAL SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET, COPPEE, BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620     15116 Fender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B.   C.  HOISTING ENGINES  Ritchie Con   & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdg .S. 916i  INTERIOR  FINISH  Evans, Coleman &  Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  \V. N'. O'-Neil * Co.. 548 Sey. SL..S. 4796-4798  Ritchie. Con. & Sup. Co., Granv. Bdtc. .S. s»ioi  ' IKO N... A N* I)  ST BE I—ST RITCTU R A L  Can. Northwest Steel Co., Ltd.  Prince  Kdward St Fair.  239C-7  Evans, Coleman &■ Evans, • Ft. Col.. .S. ^U8*>  Coutfhlan.  J. &  Sons.  World  B!d&....S.  Vi-".'  .Maorloii.ald,   Alurpole  Co,,   Ltd S.  210  Ritchie, Con. & Sun. Co.,'Granv. Bdg. .S, 91 HI  VV. N. O'.Vell * Co.. Si? Key. St. ..S. 4795-4798  WuatinlnsU-r   Iron Works,   New Woslminster    Phone 53  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach.......... S. 7915  IRON   AND  STEEL—ORN A MENTAL.'  Eva'ns,  Coleman.& Evans,  ft. Col S. 29S8  VV. N. O'Noil St Co.. 648 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. Sc Sup. Co., Granvl. Bd'ff..fa. 810.  Westmlnstor  Iron Works.  New Westminster    J'lione 53  KALSOMINING  Dixon   &   Murray.. , ■  S. 8765- 3766  LATH—METAL  Bvans, Coleman. & Evans, Ft. Columb. .S. 2988  W. N. O'Nell * Co., 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  O.   and  S.   Co.,  Gran.   St S.   9162  LIME.  Balfour,  Gufirle &  Co S. 9197-6576  Kvans, Coleman & Evans. Ft. Columb.. S. 2988  Gllley BroB., Now Weslinlnster. .Phones 16, 16  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 548 Soy. St. ..S. 4795-4798  l'nclflc Llmo  Co., Ltd.,  Pacific Jlldu H. OfiOO  Ritchie Con. & Sup. C9-, Granville. .S. 9162  R.  V. Winch Co, Ld., Winch Bdt.'..S. 279-1944  LUMBER  Federal   Lumber   Co.,   ItoK«rg   I)ldg...._ S. 3998-3  MACHINEKV  r.rown.   Fra»fr k Co.,   Ltd.,   11j0   Homer  St S. 715.r<  Uarlini,', Frank & Co., 1142 Horner  Street         Hey. 4100-1101  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 548 Sey. St...S. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. & Hup. Co., Granvl. Bdig..S. 9161  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St W.  Sey.   1005.  MACHINE   WORK  Westminster Iron Works.  New Westminster    r-hono 53  MANTELS—IIRICK. TILE  AND  WOOD  Bvans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2*J"lg  VV. N. CNell ft Co., 548 Soy. 8t...S. *'*9*i-4798  Ultehle   Con.   &  Sup.   Co..   Granville. .8. 916^  RUBBER  STAMPS  Bagley. A. G. & Sons, Ltd.  516   Pender   XV Sey.    316  SAFES—VAL'LT DOORS  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 548 Sey. St...8. 4795-4791  SAND   GRAVEL AND CRLSHED ROCK  Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 29S8  Gllley Bros., Ltd. New West.. .Phone* 15. H  Ritchie, Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg..S. 9161  SASH   DOORS.   WINDOWS,  ETC.  W. N. O'Neil & Co.. 5'R Sey. SI...S. 4795-479.H  blllNGI.F.  MAN'L'FAC'ITRKRS AND  DRA1>  EK.S.  (See Lumber and  Shingle*.)  SHOW CASES  Dixon   &   Murray...? S. 8765-  S7&6  SLATE  Evans. Coleman &  Evans,   ft. Col S. 2S88  VV. N. O'Nell '& Co., 648 Sey. St.. .S. 4795-4798  It. V. Winch & Co., WIncli Bld...S. 279-1944  Ritchie, Con.:& Sup. Co., Umnv. Bdg..S. 91SI  : STEEL—REINFORCING.-'  Bal/our,    Guthrie   Sc   Co S. 9197-W576  Evans, Coleman & Bvnns,  ft. Col S. 29S8  STORK   tt   OFFICE' FIXTURES.  *   STORK  FRONTS  Dixon  &   Murray S8765-S766  Evana, Colernun Sc Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2V88  VV. N. O'Nell & Co., *54S Sey.  St...S. 4795-47U8  TAR   AND   FJTCH  The Ilarrett Co.. Lid., 10th and Arhntna.- Iiay. 772.  Evans,  Coloman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  TILE—DRAINING  F.vana. Coleman Sc Evana Ft. Colum. .S. 2SS8  Gllloy Bros., New Westminster Phones 16, 16  Ritchicii   Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. 916J  TILE—FLOOR AND  WALL  Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft/'Col S. 2988  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Pey. SL..S. 4795-4798  TIN PLATES  Balfour,   Guthrie &   Co... .S.  9197-6671  Evans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col.... .S. 2088  XI. V. Winch & Co., Winch Bid...8. 27!t-l 94 4  Wilkinson Co., 8-16 Beach. S. 7916  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank  &   Co.,   1142   Homer  St.   S.   4100-1101  VACUUM   CLEANING   SYSTEMS.  Barr & Anderson,  10'60 J-Inmr-r St S. 618J  WALL   HOARDS  Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2981  WATERPROOF COMPOUND  The  Fttrrott   Co.,   Ltd.,   1 Otli  and   ArljiUua,   P.ay.   771  Evans, Colnman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  VV. N. O'Noil & Co.. b4«  Sey.  St...3. 4796-479*  WINDOW  SCREENS  W. N. O'Neil & Cor,- 648 Sey. St...S. 4791-4798  WIRE ROPE  Balfour,   Guthrie   &. CO S. 91U7-6D78  EvanB, Coloman & Evuna,  ft. Col S. 2988  Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg. .8. 916J  R. V. Winch & Co.. Winch Bld...S. 279-194*  Wilkinson Go.. 846 Beach S.  70U  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  Sidney Rubbtr  Roofing  Co S. 4149


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