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 >,;,. .■''.•.-•• *'  %J7^^^$$$$ffi  '.-.:^;....Y V „.,* -J C'  ^.^(fi^'iW^  I  -\  01.  COLUMBIA RECORD  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 12, Monday, July 8, 191«  FIREPLACE  MANTELS, GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL A8S0RTED STOCK.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marbls Work.  STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  BUILDING  MATERIAL  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-550 Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  ■-. ot  ACCOUNT if he has a bank  ACCOUNT. No account Is too  small to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  Tha  Home Bank of Canada  Vanconver Branch,  446  Haettnffe  St.  W.  J.  P.  MacDO.WAI.-0, Manager  —GALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvIe Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E, rli_hlancf  1573  i VANCOUVER, B.C.  J  BU_.»INO  PBBMXTS   AMOVMXZMO  TO  SSOO OB OVT» XSBUED AT  THS TAMCOUVEB CVTt MAI* TESTEBPAT  Number  ■Peacrtptlon  Coat  Street Addreaa  Xtot and *Blook  SnbdlviBion  Architect  Contractor  Addreaa  Owner  Addreaa  Vancouver Brand Cement. Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc:  Phone ^988  FT.QF COLUMBIA AV        Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  .   burn Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.  Lumber  Mundy. Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  '   ." 4  Power  Installations  Gonoral Electrical Ceiwtnictiea  *   rNK JETWn 1145  State* BMk BwM_f     "  f/uttu-vu - wmm  Panels,  ,  Our Stock> the Moat Complete on the Pacific Coaat  ,r  « ^Wrf^'ilMSele^A«em^to£ toe*- <■-)  Celebrated "Beavar Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring., ,   ,  j. fVfesti/tom co, limited  Vancouver, CB. C.  TrtE  *,.?  -■y'rf  GENERAL Rj^^AY^C|IINTaACTpm:  * -    ,  Wj*q;„M'v!.ti *-^» 4-s   _ ' _i*'--'   '  Sole Agento In Canada ror  Y '*_»:_.JJ_^_tW_d_r?<l*J_;1?__I ^4fv _a -^ '!/„!: -1-.,9339—Pound; Willis &£Ttf cCallum  P*^i "*""^. r<l' -v-s^^ >i».- ,^vv^> '■*.- >bld. garage, ll3ff Commercial Drive  Chipping fHUmfo;£Llt^ $75.    ' V   „"        1   .    Z     u,.,  B^e^Rlve-Mn^^CliipplnB IH.mmere; * Lftfijfc GlahtC Drill.; -.Ountley  Electric Toole;  Rock Drills;  Air CompreMors;  Fuel, Oihendyami Engine*.;;^ ?;  ©.«:*"*-  * i" I V ^ *v*  ■MbMl, Tarttti  *1  *-    C*  4rf       .,.4. JJjr.      4.^^^.;    ^ ... _ ^  542 drier St. W., Vaacamr I C,*  PtoMSal.MIIS  I       BUILDING PERMITS^      |  (Sh.>^*.^.^^>^>»^^^<s».>>^'i»'-&'><'»%*t^>^,*t»'S,*>  . ' 9335—J. Barnett, repairs to dwelling,  '011-919 -Keefer ~St.,"$"L00.'- -.'   1' "f *.-"* -c""1  . , 9336—Chas. Johnston, small addition  '3053 27th Ave. E., $100. ,    '  v * '  '?   9337—G. Kodama, bid. garage, 2071  ^Georgia E., $175, Purdy & Lonergati,  "contractors.  1 - A  I'-       ,"' it  9338—Canadian Lumber Co.. repairs  'to house,, 1605 Georgia V.'.,'$400; G. B.  "Baker, contr.       -' -  tal _ $200,000;   registered  office of tthe  company, Vancouver.      ' '  Signiore Motor Company, Limited,  private, authorized capital $100,000; registered office' of;the company,' Vancouver.        ' - ..     '  Kuyoquot Logging Company, Iiimit-  "e'd/private,' authorized capital $10,000;  'registered oflice of the company, Vancouver.  „'JB.. C. Pig Iron Smelting Company,  l*__ited, private, authorized ^capital  $100;000; registered office of the company, Vancouver. *"~  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phene Seymour 7155  Vancouver, B. C.  1 ISO Homer Street  *    *x    *■ • 11   ■»i>'1'   y ct  CONTRACT FOR" WESTMINSTER"  I        t WORK IS AWARDED  ^Architects  Gardiner & Mercer,' 827  BJrks:jBuikliiig, have awarded^a contract to W.  Pope for converting the  upper floor of the Columbia Block, New  Westminster, into Doctor and Dentil  chambers.    The  alterations  comprise  four,suites'and is of mill construction.  Sub-tenders are being let by the owners.  '   .'•'      ,   000; registered office of the company,  •-*? »^- Y; Vernon/,  •. w   ^Z^A-r   .trVS*-   ,''  FRAIN K DARLING: &  66  THOR  5*  Roller Bearing Drills-Close Quarter Piston Air Drills--Rivetting Hammtrs  Chipping Hammers--Wood Borers-Turbine and Drills  High Speed Steel- -Drills-Reamers. Etc.  Complete Stock of Accessories  ■ s -.  4       i    't  i'A-  H"  1 144 HOMER ST.  y  Phone Sey. 41 OOl  A  ktreel  Wlnnlpag*  Toronto  ▼anconvar. B.  C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  STEEL,    CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,    PIPE,     RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES;   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  ^ : MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC:* V  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  ; 308 HaattnfB W., Vancouver, B. C.  Canaat Taattaff laboratory, Boom 1601; PUyaical Teatin«r Xiaiioratery, Boom Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  MORRIS BLOCK  IS  . NOW NEARING COMPLETION  Contractor G. Kilgren, who has the  contract for the building of a three-  story addition and changing the front  of the Morris Building, 421 Hastings  St. W., will have his work completed  in about two weeks. The improvements cost $14,000 and' the building  will be occupied by Miller & Coe.  SOUTrt  VANCOUVER  NOTES.  Municipal  Engineer Whittaker,   reporting' to Commissioner Gillespie^ on.  the  work of the  building inspector's j  department during June,  states   that  twenty-seven   building, permits' were  issued, calling for new buildings and  alterations  valued  at  $5,948.  During the first half of the year  157 building permits -were issued, as  compared with 90 for the corresponding period of 1917.  >   )** ^.  n.t'- -■\Bi.*—- "■  *   ^  ..*..  .  -. - ^  "»  ^ .  Tf     F.  JL       -^   >  .T4.^  )    f 44>/  ..i>.->  II-. - Lilt!; »!■ tf Al"lf i*- IJlll*llAOii',-"'--!  4*''   '   .  MARINE RAILWAY IS  INSTALLED AT LOCAL PLANT  The Ritchie Contracting & Supply  Co., Ltd., loGO Granville Street have  just installed a complete Marine Railway, 110 x 42 feet in size and will, in  addition to their present business, do  general scow and tug boat repairing.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  DEALERS   IW  POINT GREY  NOTES.  The school board held an informal  meeting on "Thursday night to consider the situation created by the  action .of the municipal council in  rescinding the resolution of February  12, approving of the board's estimates  for 1918 with the exception of the  .$26,500 for Magee school addition.  No action was taken by the board,  but it is understood that a further  meeting will be held on Thursday  next, when in all probability it will  be decided to lay the whole of the  circumstances before the Education  Department at'Victoria.  •<V4 4 ^ ^t..-.-. * --  *- ... * f1 <  BBAKS, CXAB-k&S. ABO&EB, nkVRS, TEBS, COT,  COMB-ETB&.T XQinVPSB *rABBICATZ^O SHOPS, •  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  Fairmont 3396 and 3397  ▼anoonrer, B. C'  Balfour, Guthrie & Co  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  VICTORIA  NOTES.  Ground has been broken for the first  section of the new Cloverdale school,  which will be erected during the holidays. Thomas Ashe has the contract  at $6,1.15. The Municipal Council provides $2,500, the Government grant Is  expected to /produce $2,000, and the! being done.  Board will save the balance from unexpended surpluses.  The building will be the first two  rooms of the future plan, and with the  temporary building already on the  ground, a three-room school will be  qpened in September.  LADNER   NOTES  The Slough Road is open again for  traffic, the hard surfacing being finished. The Trunk Road is now being'  surfaced from Agricultural grounds to  the Goudy Road.  Harrison  & Lamont, of Vancouver,!  BUILDING n  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  Privata Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDINS  Telephone S037  are the contractors, and good work is  B.   C.   INCORPORATIONS.  An    Echo   of   the    Provincial Government's Pig Iron Bounty a Concern Now Incorporated.  During the past week certificates of  incorporation have been issued by the  Registrar of Joint Stock. Companies in  respect of the undernoted concerns:  Remedial Provident Loan Society of  B. C, Limited, public, authorized capi-  FIRE3.  A   fire   in   the   Powell   River-YVuIff-  sohn   Bay  region   has   caused   $50,000;  damage   by    the   destruction   of   the}  logging, camp and  equipment of Blos-|  del, Welch & Stewart. I  Damage to tl\e amount of about  $75,000 was done by a fire at the  Eburne saw mills, owned by .Messrs.  P. D. Roe and Robert Abernethy.  About $10,000 worth of lumber was  also destroyed.  It  EDMONDS   NOTES.  was   decided    at   the   Burnaby  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  Giranvilie Street  (Ccmtinned  on  pair*  4.1  Arm Yon -Cooking" for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have n. splendid proposition to off or you. A thVee-story, mill coii-  structod butldlnc, SOxl^O, and 70 feet vacant land adjoining, located on the  corner of Victoria Drive and Albert Street. This i.s a mortgage sale and the  price and terms will suit you.    Let us show you this.  G-EN-IBBAl ADMINISTBATIO-ISr SOCrBTY  Credit Foiicier Bldg. 850 Hastingg Street West  Fbrgings Machine Work Patterns  Westminister firon Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  'Phone S3  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C.  ■_^a BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  IVf '     }  British Columbia Record  fc*ublished every Monday, Wednesday and  ' Friday by the  RECORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  Telephone Seymour 7808.  Address:   683  Homer-Rlcharda Lane  , Rear of 431  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One month  *1.00  .Six   months    _ *».00  >-   Payable atrictlv In advance.   AST AFFB.-BCXATXO.tr OF    THE COHTBACTOB  The  unreadiness  In  which  the United  States "found itself when at last it was  no longer possible to remain out of the  p0jnf   north of the city,  great   war   with   honor -to   themselves, *  necessitated all preparations being made  And the par.t that  LOCAL SHIPBUILDER  BUYS OUT SHIPYARD  PLANT AT SEATTLE  J.   H.   Price,   President   of   Cameron-  Genoa Co., Building Motorships  on Sound  SEATTLE.—Rapid headway is being made by the J. H. Price Shipbuilding" Corporation in the resumption of work in the former Sandstrom  wooden shipbuilding plant at Meadow  from the ground up.  .4 the contractors played in this great work  is the* subject of discussion in the current issue of "The American Bulletin,"  Monster cantonments had to be built before their citizen army could be called  for .training. Shipyards had to be built  before* production of ships on a large  scale required! could be begun. Both  these fields required construction work  on a colossal scale. The cantonments  are good sized cities, up to date in every  particular, with water and sewer systems, lighting, telephones and miles of  paved streets and sidewalks. All these  all over the country had to be provided,  ready for use, in a few weeks' time. The  contractors of the United States stepped  - into thejbreach-and accomplished a wonderful-work, a work that will make the  name of the contracting profession rank  high in the honor roll of those who ao  1   complished something in-this battle'-for  j  freedom.-  -      y A.     -        .', .*  1    ' The" American'Bulletin says:  "If was a tremendous test for the contractors of the country, yet thev met it  so effectually that the cantonments were  practically all, ready on schedule." The  same-fs true, of shipyardL construction,  especially at the great plant of the  .American- Shipbuilding Corporation at  Hog Island. I**a. On' the first day of last  September  there  was  not  even  a  pass-  . able'iroad on the whole island; today,  great ^steel ships already ' ace > taking  .shape' there, and soon all of fifty building  -ways'Of this huge plant will be cradling  -steel" ' cargo   carriers   destined' to   help,  - smash. the already fading dream of the  "U-boat terrorists.    The magnitude of this  '   -undeVtaking "cannot be ""realized by anyone who has "hot actually seen the great  •plant- take shape1' on   what was - a  bare  and sandy island late last summer.  /   ' "In the short space of time since the  middle  of  last   September 'streets  have  **been2 laid out and paved; barracks, office  v buildings'.huge shop<buildings'"etc.,1have  been built;; an intricate system of service  .  tracks" and, roadways built; thundreds "of  ' thousands', of piles, driven as foundations  x for theTfitty shipways: -a.water system  V capable-'-of, delivering -16,00,0,000.gallons a  •*• day.^and a sewerage system large enough  -for'aE-SllyJof 30,'000MnhabItants. installed.'  j    , "The. work- at    Hog-'Island,/was *por-'  ■> tioned'* out  among  contractors,   each   of  ~ whom tookv a" special pride"* in doing his  ■ allotment in record.time. .And this was  trueTkirover the,country, wherever great  * and ;vvital    projects  had  to  be' pushed  ' through' quickly, h As 'a resulC much 'of  ** the,handlcap ofjour. readlnesrf^h.as'beeri,  „ overcome, through, the skill, and energy  and"patrlotism of our contractors.   They  have done and are do'irig"Taf'&re*a£ work' in-  ' furthering the \war -preparatlons^.of .our  country,  and the  value  of  their  efforts  " will be more appreciated when  we have  .had   time  to  examine   more  closely   the  feats they have performed "  The Kaiser has' learned to appreciate  the American contractor and engineer  . who is now in France.- building ra'lroads  and highways over which are being carried the troops which will crush his war  machine.        * "        '   ,**  ,• -3s?  I     PLUMBING  PERMITS  ' '*.»1 a)!* I*1 * I *» H'H1'1* l'*'f»f »'**»  *-   Last name appearing In aMb. pat—it  given ia contractor.,  15,759 to 15,761.  2085—Murdock Campbell, 2820—7th  Ave. W.;  Geo." Johnston.  2086—Murdock Campbell, 2834—7th  'Ave. W.; Geo. Johnston.  2087—Great West Permanent Loan,  ' 235 Templeton Drive; W. Prout.  Dutch and Norwegian concerns for  wooden ships,* and took up the matter  with Ottawa. It will be remembered  that the Government ruled that no  neutral shipping was to be built, on  the ground that every ^possible facility  for ship construction was to be employed in building vessels for Britain.  The - Vancouver firm has been informed that the Government is now  employed in drawing up a new ship*  building programme for forty vessels,  and this will give every yard aj  chance to build wooden ships.  The Price Corporation bought the  plant from the old Sandstrom Shipbuilding Company late last month and  plans to increase the force of workers  to between 900 and 1,000 men. The  speed which it made last week in  trettine the yard into full operation companies of British Columbia now ac-  geciing   me   ynru   iui /„_Wo  tfrely  enraged  in   ship   construction   or  condition    excited    much    favorable | ^^ 0„anlzed:    .  comment   among   local   shipbuilders.  British Columbia Yards  Following is a list of the Shipbuilding  '    Steel Shipbuilding "MairtsV  Caughlan Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Wallace  Shipyards,* North Vancouver.  ' Wood Shipbuilding; Plants.  Cameron.Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria.  Before the Sandstrom Company became quiescent the ' plant employed  250 men.  Six wooden vessels are taking form  on the ways; all motorships.   Two of j Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., Vic.  2,500 tons and two of 3,000 tons are'   "torli." /'  '■-»•■ " -  Lyall  Shipbuilding   Co.,  North  Vancou-  •   ver.    **■" "■ '  New' WeetmlnsteV Ernie.   A  Const.   Co.,  "Poplar* Island.    * -      J  Pacific Construction Co.,  Ltd., Port 'Ce-  ;quitlam.-v " '  Standard"' Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace* Shinvarda Ltd., Vancouver.  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,' Van-  for" Norwegian interests, and two of  3,000 tons are for' Italian interests.  EXPECT MORE ORDERS V  FOR JtVOODEN* SHIPS  A Vancouver shipbuilding firm  recently had  bona  fide enquiries', from  oouver.  ! Mining News |  Granby made a net profit of $450,000  in May.  Interest continues in the chrome  .-deposits near Cascade, and considerable development is projected.  The use of powdered coal to replace  fuel oil is the subject of experiment  in British Columbia at the present  time. 9  The Providence, near Greenwood,  has slapped six cars of ore since it  opened last fall—most of them secona  grade. It is now using electric power.  Dr. Victor Talmadge, of the geological survey, Ottawa, is in Vancouver  en route to Island pointy where he  will investigate reported occurrences  of ore bearing mercury.  At least $150,000 will be spent on  the development of the Fiddler group  of mineral claims situated near Dor-  een, in the Skeena mining division,  northern British Columbia, a considerable proportion of which will be  expended this year.  The most promising deposit of  mercury in British Columbia is at  Hardy Mountain, near Kamloops Lake,  where an English company" installed <a  plant some twenty years ago and extracted 7,000 pounds of mercury.  These deposits are on the west side of  Copper Creek.  One of the outstanding features of  the mining industry around Princeton  is the recent discovery of rich deposits  of ' strontianite by Station Agen,t  Mickel of the Great Northern and  Kettle Valley Railway. This mineral,^  said to be scarce at present;; is ,used  chiefly in,'the manufacture of .red"'sig7  nal lights and in obtaining' sugar from  molasses. The great demand' for ■ red  signal lights at the front has been  mainly responsible for its scarcity.  can foe used in a  hundred ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting gas to your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carrall and Hasting; Sts. 'Phone Seymour 5000  J  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough, Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  r  , c  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street  Phone 'Boy. 772  VANCOUVER, B./C.  Bambcrton Cement:  .t, »A  _ ~ •* *£  ;\  P  "*  ,,•  Cable  Pacific Lime  ** "i-.  V«i  Uu  4^ ,•  -"**■, "^*^  w  1    *      fJ-Y"    *!■*-•  ?HJ^,       K.        .J       rA„   .,+   >.','     .'/.  X-  *f ,7X  *3r-" •£'<■* ,  R. V. WINCH & CO^ Limited  •      ^-^^ Vaawoovor ami Victoria .  ,r  a\J^  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  Wa apaclallza In* prompt sarvlca for Cantractora*  tamporary powar inatallatfana -  •B<C?EL;|CtRKC-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Stynoir   5000   ni   have   our   ripfiseitativi   eaH  \  U7  !  A <-Vjrt  ♦♦I♦I♦i»iaI»t♦i♦i»i♦i♦i♦t»  t ARCHITECTS *  a>i♦ I »I»l»I »1 -tiyy »!♦i*f'»jt-  Banala. 3mm. A.. 610 Haat. W....8er. f|00  Bryan A Olllaro, 609 Richards Sey. 6608  Ooi. A. Arthur; F.R.I.B.A., 114i .  Pender W .: ■.....>- Sey. 8t7l  Dalton A Kreleich, 616  Haat.  W i;S«*rA   «61  Gardiner,   F.   O.   A   Meroer.   711' Ora>n.;  Seymour $672. *  Gardiner,  Wm.  Frederick.  711  Gran Sey. 1678  _endereon,    A.    Ernest,    89-40  Daris   Chamber*   Bid*.,   616  Hastings W. »-Sey.    7««  _oneyma~ A Curtis, 821 ■'  Pender W;: A.A.A... Sey. lftl  _acey,  Frank, 470  Gran bey. 1804  •Matheson, Robt. M„ 509 Rich...SSey. 6088  Palmer,-Bernard C, 616 Credit-       ^"b  Foncier Bldg.   Sey. 8680  Pratt _ Ross, 786 Gran ...Sey. 155<  Sharpe & Thomson,  680 „».,  Pender   W - Sey. 1064  Somervell  & Putnam,   626      . . *  - Pender   W. Sey. 6230  i Townley, Fred L.. 325 Homer....Sey. 801S  Twizell,  R.  P.  S.,. 837  Hast.W.Sey. 792B  PROPOSED  new: work  VANCOUVER  Armory —   Harbor Work*   Bank A offloa MA«-  HoteU C. N. By   $860,000  _}«t aTivaa  VER JL   ■  Grandvlaw   KltsilanwReserra   HuUma A GraarUIe.  FkiN Creek FUL.  —Government  ...Government  —Royal Bank  ..C. N. By.*: Co.  «_VOAlv9Ce   •aa«**»sa***»a  Perry A Fowler ._,   Government .....i : „  No archt. commissioned yet   ■Wimam  ireparing  Post Offleo  Post Offleo  Concrete Oorac*  XATMX.T mampw  Gore and Keefer- A  Soutk Vaaooorer-  Flftk _Flr at*—;  _ma vmoroaao, mm matb mmmm wmnrowmat   )om. Govt  ..Dom. Govt  .FerdMfotar.'Co.  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  '-««-   -    »Y  PATRONIZIHC     ' r*.r '  tS|^  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  .^<4  Most   modern and complete, equipment for  handllngMACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Chaap Rataa  UNION  STATION  \4  4       t  •Fhoaa Say-ioar 408   .  ^   MAIN STMET  V  '*"'< j-  .Dom. Govt  Dom.-- Govt  Owners     Delayed   Delayed  .— Delayed  "a  \  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  •KilnVFurnacM, and Boiler* a Specialty  ISTIMATIS aivni. - distanck no obstaclk  Telephone Hl«hla)nd yaa 2«at WaH S|.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  m • I ♦ I»I * j ♦ >♦ i ♦, i ♦ i ttie i a i e t. ♦i»i^i»itiai»m»j»»aTai ir  COINTRAeTS  OR WORiK iSTARTED  Oharaotec  i«eaaaaaaa*a->.«t  •Cost  .i ■ ■ i t i - - - • ..* * * * * * * *, •* * ";  AT YOUR SERVICE. j  If yon want to reach the man who I  buys Building1 Materials, Machinery, I  Kardwara, Electrical and *namh_rf  snopllas, Motor Vmcka, Iron and*  Steel, Otc, It will p*y you to /bearepre-f  iJnted _ the British ; Columbia 4  B>acor— |  ''•The British Col—tibia Becord iaj  the oxOy building;, and construction;  newspaper in British Columbia con-I  suited every other day by Cpntrac-I  tors,-Bngineera, Architects, Buildlnci  Material Beelera, Shipbuilders, *Lum-i  I  !_»*„_ - —* —  | bar Mills, and Mining; Companies.  PANTAGES  Three Shows Dally  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Architaot  ..-laaa Baady  & CO, LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  OfficelS 13-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  FIR. CEDAR or  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Seymour 3990.3099  » Incorporated ItOS  a    1021-1024 Rogara Building A     I  M^4^.»d.».>».|..alI.»<.«»»MNiHW.»l. #4.«.i.»i»i#i♦ iai♦ iaiaiai:i*Z  "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. 4^  BRITISH COLUMBIA  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying; Information for Automobile  Ownara and Prospactivo Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard foot control  Price $2.25  Gatreli. & Hastings  Sey.  2108 - 1259  Granville  St.  FORD CARS  GRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Sullivan-Taylor Motor Co.  250 Kingsway Fair. 2730  LITTLE  GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  "All thai the Name Implies"  Lesl-e W.'Pearson, Mgr.  Granville  at  Pacific  Sey.    331  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co lo HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone Seymour 6411 Quick  Service  CONSOLIDATED MOTOR CO.. LTD.  Packard — Nash — Maxwell  Trucks and Passencer  Cars  <1230 Georgia St....- .' Seymour 4030  SEYMOUR TIRE 8c RUBBER CO. LTD.  'Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  Tires  Mo lor Accessories    ;   "  |65l Pender Si. W ■ Sey. 3053  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Yf Auto and. Tire Repairs1'  Za   ' '  Vulcanizing  §1234 Granville. St. ;     SeyMltM  ■^  SAXON  SALES  COMPANY.  \ Distributors' for  SAXON AUTOMOBILES   '<■  1272 Granville St.  Se> .3391  BLACK BROS., LIMITED  Automobile Supplies—^-Car Bodies J  Tops and Seat Coven >.,  |}l 11-15 Homer Sl..l Sey. 46S-69  SHE WAS A GOOD GIRL  BUT TOO FAST FOR PEARSON  Some difficulty is experienced by  Leslie W. Pearson, head of the Little  Giant Motor Truck Company, Vancou/  ver Branch, in obtaining a new stenographer. As a last resort he ordered  a want ad. in one of the local newspapers. The advertisement inserted  follows:  "Wanted — First-class, high-class  stenographer; salary no object; this  stenographer must get it as fast as I  can talk, and get it right; must be  absolutely accurate; must have human  intelligence; if you are not a cracker-  jack, don't bother us.  LITTLE GIANT MOTOR TRUCK CO.  Granville at Pacific St.,  Vancouver, B. C.  This is one of the replies, received  in the mail the following morning;'   ;  Admits Her Talent.  "I note your requirements, as aired  in the newspaper, and hasten to make  enquiry as to this strenuous business  that takes such*, an extraordinary sten-*  ographer. Your advertisement appeals  to me strongly—stronger than prepared mustard, as I have searched Europe,  Airope'and Irope and  the  States x in  quest of some one who could use my  talents to the best advantage.  "When it comes to this chin music  proposition, I have never found a man,  woman or dictaphone who could get  to first base with me, either fancy or  catch-as-catch-can. I write shorthand  so fast that I have a specially prepared pencil with a platinum point and a  water-cooling equipment that I have  had constructed at an exhorbitant expense, a note pad made of asbestos  composition, covered with human hide,  ruled with sulphuric acid and stitched  with cat-gut.  "I use the A-K ignition, double unit  exclusively, and will guarantee to deliver my rated horsepower under either  the A.L.A.M. or S.A.E. standard. I have  been passed by the national board of  censorship and, am guaranteed under  the pure food and drug act of June 30,  1916. I run with my cut-out open at  all speeds and am, in fact, a guaranteed double copper riveted, seamless,  hand-buffed; hydraulically - welded,  drop forged and oil tempered specimen of human lightning on a .45-fraine  ground to one-thousandth of an* inch:  At hot-air juggling you Jiave nothing  On me. ' y   -  '""If  you  wish   to  avail..yourself',of  the opportunity of a lifetime, wire me,  but unless you are fully prepared, financially and physically, to pay the tariff fpr, such services, don't bother me,  as I am so nervous 1 cannot stand  to have my dressmaker measure my  clothes. Spare your time and money  unless you want to pay at least $7.00  per' week, in cash or its equivalent,  and no cuspidors to empty.  "LOUISE GETHERE."  5606- Fourth Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.  FORCE OF HABIT  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  THE   PLACE   FOR   AUTO. AND   TIRE   REPAIRS  MoromuT:—   '.',.* f -.*'-'  "When your tires need repairs—When your car needs repairs—^When you'  have trouble of any description—When you need new tires or tubes—when  ,you need prompt'and-careful service aCReaspnable Prices. ' '■**'; •   -- *  j  1234 Granville St.  Seymour 1184  Vancouver, B.C.  De Quiz—I wonder why that man  walking ahead of us continues to look  down at the pavement as he, mopes  along?  De Whi-s—Don't you know him?  That's Highup, the professional aeronaut. - . '   .  Reminding  Him.  ,. "And, don't forget to,'bring home a  few rolls."  f '-"For the pianola, dearie, or for the.  culinary department?"  Terms  Dealing  with   Electricity  ana  The limit of conservation seems to  be reached by the Western hotel that  puts-this on its bill of fare: "Save  your toothpick."  u  A Lap Ahead  99  Dunlop Tires—"Traction,"  " Special"—represent doing  best what other tires may  have been trying to do well.  Ir  ''Masters of the Road-'  0  A.9S  □  i  D'UNIDP' TIRES  ,<■■'"  -. Y>  ■*■ «y.  i Yt  f-*  **'"»    !  *■;  v; it  fr  \>:v!  ;-a  -;. *^*&-^$*^^^^  _.*?w.       '**VrL  V**  1 &t.    r  ^^jr^yjj^l-fe       3 i t _«_-- * >-^t  ' t.'^-.   *->! _T4  Little Giant Motor  Powerful -- Durable -- Attractive -Economical  Dependable - Quiet  u/rctfcu^  $\h£tymcda\.  LITTLE GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  The above is the definition Webster would have  given the word* LITTLE GIANT, after having examined  the truck that bears diat name. B—__—  At pM/mua  When you buy a LITTLE GIANT TRUCK you are   AJj^jjg, ft j^.  dealing direct with the Factory who are right here on the    ^,      .y "p  QCttftft  only  parts  Phone Sey. 331 and make an appointment.    We are  only too pleased to talk over your hauling problems.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. P-ARSON, Manager.  Seymour 331 .     Granville at Pacific Vancouver  ^AlITO TL^S; DELIVERY  BODIES  ■"■>s*.:y^:'M£  CdMlti^RCIAL A]UTO SPECIALISTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  FUNERAL CARS AND AMBULANCES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  * "i •     - *- \  ONE, ONE^AND-A-HALF AND TWO-TON  TRUCK attachments;  TUPPER & STEELE; LTD.    _  PAINTING AND VARNISHING  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  SEAT COVERS AND TRIMMINGS  >* TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TWO AND FOUR-WHEEL TRAILERS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TRACTORS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WAGON HEARSES CONVERTED  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WELDING, MACHINING, WHEEL AND ENGINE  WORK .  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TUPPER & STEELE, Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Phones Bay. 138 and 139. 1667-9 Third Ave., W.  KEEP POSTED -REAP THE RECORD. \ >  /  (4  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and   MANUFACTURERS  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Set-war 6180  1060 Hmr St  Vncamr B. C.  (Continued from page 1)  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  '. , tlMITCD <.  -f>._ Jonas, Birr.  ** / ' j  WHARF BUILDING,  \        BRIDGES,   i:,y_^  m.s>rAiiunA-rmMC  PILEiFpUNpATONf, ,  ?V    ',.   ETC. ,-■-'-•   *S  6±i*rd pi rusrcuvE"   _  V  I,'  General Towlni  1324 Front St1 /% - a' Hew Westminster  i;  U  .Yew   .  ,1 ■«•   ,„,  Telephone 1015r,,;  '«*.-W-.,  ^^ '44v  bil^"'. --  H$£rA: v  j    4\»*4*   -fr - rr. ^  •glgS}  '  s"\-      -'  .,  "1\  1  i'  — ""i.  Yy-  -■        +  eu    1  *   s *  r  ■  ®B„tish Columbia vbf^The^Globe.  imfem-^r Company of Canada and.  -T6e>Liverpoolti_.«London. & piobe  "pleWprorection;.includ_g; toss^;  ~„,  - ';-^«. through -^       -  Tire,   Th/ft, Collision,   ?£•>««-*,  Damage and Personal Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  ,      LIMITED    ,  wine* bm«.     ■"•UJE'Eg %eJ:  Estate: 1886       ,V»ncouyer, B.O.- .  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  MOW CASES, OFFICE  U* STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  1      v •  PAINTING. PAPER HANG-  . ING and KALSOMINJNG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  E. A, BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 qranvllle St.       Phono Sey. 136  Vancouver, B. C. Res. Bay. 77  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  Council meeting on Tuesday in committee that $250 should be expended  in repairing Royal Oak Avenue from  the B. C. E. R. to Riverway. Thr^e  hundred dollars was appropriated for  Piper Avenue in Ward 3. Three hundred and forty-two dollars for the  Douglas Road, Sperling to Delta, and  four hundred dollars for Broadway in  Ward 4. Douglas Road, Gilmore Ave.  and Harris Street in Ward 5 received  appropriations totalling $542. Patterson Avenue, Inman and Moscrop, as  well as Olive Avenue in Ward 6, received appropriations in total amount  $130. A further $50 was appropriated for 'the north end of Royal  Oak Road in Ward 6, and Ward 4  received an additional $10 to straighten out some puncheon.  -aas________HMHB_H_sss-  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL STAMPS,' METAL   CHECKS,  TIME   CHECKS,  KEV   TAGS   'BRASS   SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF  ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL^WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES ^  PHONE SEY. 316s *,    Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  "Gut out that joking in the ranks,"  cried the sergeant. "But they are rank  jokes, sir," was the culprit's comeback.—Buffalo Commercial.  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,  June 25th, 1918.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  *    STEVESTON SCHOOL  Tenders (for Reshingling  Tenders called  for reshingling and  tarring   2500   square   feet* Steveston  School ,rodf;   estimates to be- in hands  ofj secretary before noon, July 12.  '.\V TIMBER SALE X727  ^Sealed "tenders will be received by  the Minister "of Lands, not later than  noon' on', thej 15tfr_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.   J \   '""y -"  'Further particulars of the•;-Chief  Forester, Victoria;" B.; 0., "or 'District  Forestery: Vancouver, B. C.  iock!_ and - Pine" on ' an areaA situated  on „ Main' Lake, > Quadra Island,, Say:  warrf District:  ,   ;•      ' Y'    \ *•*■'  1 "'NOTICE, TO   CONTRACTORS.  . '  '* '    Crawford Bay 'School.^'; .  Sealed ■ tenders"' superscribed ^'Tender »for Crawford Bay Schoblft'twill be  receiYedjby the Honourable -thej-Min-  Jster of Public Works up' to-12 o'clock  noori^of 'Tuesday, the ,16th.".day of  ;July,r1918, for^he'erecUon''<pf4a, *one-  ' room * 'school--.. and.  outbuildirigs ;t.at  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, Esquimau, B. C.  Tenders should be accompanied by  certified cheque for Ten Per Cent, of  the amount of the tender.       ,      "i  Plans, specifications and permission  to view the site may be obtained from  the undersigned or from the Captain  Superintendent, H.M.C. Dockyard. Esquimau.     • -   ■      '   * *   '"  G.-J. DESBARATS,,  Deputy Minister of the -Naval Service.  - Department Naval Service,'^ t '  ■> Ottawa,- -May "31 j, 1918./^»      * -  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS     '  r'TENDERS_FOR ROTARY  INSTITUTE1.'  The Trustees of the Rotary Club of  Vancouver invite tenders for the erec- ,  tion of a clinic* building to be built on  City land. ,   * -  Sealed tenders to-be in the hands of  the architect hot later than 5 "p.m.. July  15th.   -" < j  General Trades, Plumbing and Heating to be tendered for 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  10 per cent of the 'amount of the,, tender.  The lowest ot- any tender not necessarily accepted. , Y^  Plans, specifications and 'forms*of  tender to be had on >*and= after'Monday  July 1st, at the office of James*A.\Beri'-  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  s  Sey. 3315      511 Dunsmuir 'St.  zie, architect, 429 Standard Bank Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  By order,  EDWARD CANNELL,  Secretary.  Vancouver, B. C, June 27th, 1918.  Business Directory and  Buyers5 Guide  When Buy ins Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  PROPOSALS  WANTED  anscBJJi—NEOus pbofosa&s  The firm of Matheson & DeGurie,  architects and engineers, 509 Richards  Street, are asking for tenders for approximately 800 yards of excavation,  work to be commenced 'immediately.  -Jfc[a  DATA  ;tHiw IHBTAIil—TIOHB  ■hn.; <W   v  • '.  ■ ...4  o_     i   Y    S-^t     *Xf   V-*i«C**".w'K 'Ta -       Y     **       '  _1'   *    JUNE 39, 1918  Medcalf, J.*- T., Accountant, 325 Homer............... .—   MacDonald. W. XL. Sc- Co., Manfrs. Agts.', 4i0 Granville   JUNE 38,  1918' . ■*'"_,  Bardslevs Furniture Store,  602  Rodsoiw ..'.-   Medical' Board of Review, Military, 736 Granville   SVItTt <3, 1918  Gray Dort Motor Sales, N.E. Cor. Granville and Pacific.   Hastings Dye Works, Dyers and Cleaners, 4u,   Hastings h>   Collins, Chas., Roof Tarring, 8S5 Georgia E   .C—AVOES.  TTTXaT   3^  _9_8 J  Jordon, Dr.CA.' McKay, from' 71S Granville to^Tol Granville...  CUlumbia Taxi Service. Taxi Cabs, from 76 Hastings 2S. to  Kent, G. A.,°e" gineers^cbns'ultin'g, from 470 Granville to    .  626 Pender W **-ey*  jttijmr 09    X9X8  Robertson, John & George. Real Kstate, from 16 Hastings E. ^   ^^  Thorne, H ^StSS- *" Bonds! from 744 "Hastings'"-^ to 325 ^merlZ.Sey.  2950  JTJ-WE 38, 1918 „ a^  „_^„„„   ^  7« Tf„h««n   _.Sey.  1108  7014   '..Sey.   _Sey.  -744.0*  7488   Sey.   Sey.  7002  6731.  ., Sey.   High.   High.  7548  2132  2136   Sey.  4565   Sey.  757  MorlockT C"O.   U'phplsterers   from »H Robson to 756 Robson     -bey. 1  Gaenon   O   H., Tobacconist, 83 Hastings E....-......-- ._.._....-— i3CJ'-  aft^o^^Trit' Co. of Canada. Ltd.. from 119 Pender XX. to *    „  Standard 'Paint Co. of Canada,  Harvey" W^G^rom'417"Pender" W."to" 524 SeymourZ  Sey.  Sey.  2913  4491  COPE & SON  1 SO Hasting St., W.        'Phone Scy.86025  ESTABLISHED 1898  Twenty years   in  business  In Vancouver  Electrical Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your troubles. We repair everything Electrical. Nothing too  large, nothing too small. If you have any lighting  trouble send for our expert who will advise you without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and Office  Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.  COPE & SON  150 Hastings St.,W.  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 -completed the building will be , occupied by -.the # Davie  Vulcanizing Company.   ,.    . .,  ". .* ■ ~<  Plans are', now being prepared By  architects- Gardiner &" Mercer- for  Schaake Company Ltd., Industrial  Island, for the enlargement of - their  present shop building, store house,  new" pattern* shops and a new "foundry building 120x40 feet. As soon as  the plans are completed tenders will  be called for, a notice* of which, will  appear -in this - paper.   * ~  AKCIIlTEOTt'ItAI.    TERRA    COTTA.  Bvans, Coleman A Evani, Ft. Col. St., 6. 2988  O'Nell. Wm   N, Co.  Ld.,  548 Seymour.S. 4795  Ritchlo    Con.    A   Sup.   Co.,   .Ltd     Gran.   CI.  Bri*s»       8.9162  ASPHALT' FELT.  Gvam. Coleman A JSvans,  ft.  Col S. 298S  Th* Barrett Co ,  Ltd ,  10th and  Arbutus,  Bar.  772.  AUTOMOBILES '  B««g Hetor Co.. Ltd .  1082 Georgia St W.—S. 904S  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES   -  n»gg Motor Co .  Ltd ,   1082 Georgia St.  W 8. »043  AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE  Ceporley, Boumfall A Co., Ltd., Winch Bldg....S.   7820  '   BANKS  Home  Bank of  Canada S. 5270  BRICK—ALL KINDS.  Evana Coleman A Bvans, Ft. Col., S. 2988  Gilley Bros.. Lta\, New West,, Phones 15. 16  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St.. S, 4795-4788  Ritchie   Contr.   A  Sup.   Co.,   Ltd.,  Gran.   St.  Brldca    B.   9162  R.V.Wlnoh A Co.. Ltd.. Winch B. 8. 279-1944  BUILDING FKLTS  AND PAPERS.  Evana.   Coleman   A Evans,   Ft.   Col.,. '.S. 2988  ------- y.   £  jrbutus, Hay.  17 ~  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  FROM   JUNE   22nd   TO   JUNE ' 27th.  Following  Is a Complete List of New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  -    Vancouver and District:    ,'  No.      "  Name Address   •   ,   Car  15262—J.1 G. -Evans.   1200   Tenth   avenue  ■M'West,, Chalmers.    . >„* -       -        ; ,  15263—Charlie j,Chue,   232   Pender   street  ~'      -. 'Dodge.'.". '''   ' **\     >      -.'    *■•'•."  15264—^K.-Sherman,.West  Vancouver,  %y  ^? Lexineion,'  v   ' *   *  - •     i     q&iM, •  15265T-Pa£rickJ.     &    "Cranston, u f 1183  .  A "\ Homer,'Ford.      •'.'        -   . !   ,    * v  15266—"vV.   C.   McKechnie,   1139 ^Barclay,  ]VrcL.aughlln. A '' "  15267—A.-»W.   Greenlns,   4S0..Keefer, _,  . Studebaker. ■>.  15268—A.   Quadermaine,   2327 ^Granville,  Ford. •:     l    ''  "  15269—G. K. Grieve. 788 39tlvE., Kora.  15270—.1.   Payne,r1219  Georgia  street;  McLaughlin.  15271—C.   Henderson,   2023  XCorty-elghth  . avenue "West, Ford. ^ ,  15272—W.i*U*.'Johnston,  936  Cardero,  McLaughlin.  15273—A. Jack, 2021 Wall street,      Ford.  15274—W.   F.   Frederick,/ 3040   Seventh  avenue west. Maxwell.  ^ . f  15275—Horace Cox, 1207 Homer.<  Ford.  15276—B. C. Telephone Co., Ford.  15277—C. "Smith, North Vancouver,   Kord  1527S—Pacific Transfer, 110 Cordova St.,  Ford.  15279—Ice Delivery-Co., 1040 Hornby St.  ' 'Maxwell.  15280—J.   Moore,  2100  Fourth avenue,  Ford.        l      ■  15281—W. M. Lister,* 162 Keefer, Ford.  15282—E. A. London, Steveston, Ford.  15283—XV. A. Hunter, 1368 Nicola street,  Studebaker. ^  15284—Robert  Kelly,  1186  Nicola,- Hudson. v  15-285—Gan Gee, 21 Pender east, Chevrolet,                  p. \  15286—T. Davis, 1943 Commercial Drive,  1              Ford.  15288—R. Knox'2232 Hemlock. Chevrolet.  15289—Pacific Coast Construction Co.  1 Gramm.  15290—Brandram-Henderson  Paint  Co.,  Ford.  15291—F. Parsons. 3052 Hemlock street,  Chandler.  15292—P. Caimichael, 1920 Kitchener St.  Ford.  1529!—j. \v. Salkeld. Fort Moody, Chevro  15295—Mrs    A.   D.   MeKae,   1849   McKae  avenue, Chevrolet.  15296,    15297, 15298, .15299,  15300, 15301—  Van. Auto Livery, 124 9 Granville,  Ford.  15302—TO.  B. Shove, 4136 Sophia. Ford.  15303—Independent   Van   and   Storage—  Garford.  15304—Independent   Van   and   Storage—  .'.'..     Garford.  15305-V.  Bowles.  30  Nineteenth avenue  -'*•':':'■'      east, Ford.  15306—XV. A. Quest, 11M Granville, Ford;  15307—XV. XV. Harvey, McLaughlin.  15308—S. T. Wallace, 1SG2 Pender street,  Chevrolet.       >  153104-W.   XX.   Wilson,   Ladner.   B.   C, .  -    •.   Studebaker.  15311— Davis &  Son,   1347  Kingsway,  Chevrolet.  15312—W. H. Harvey,- Dominion Creoso.t-  ing Co., McLaughlin.     :  15313—J. Laughton, 1762 Second Ave. W.,  Ford. .  W. S. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St., S. 479*-4798  Tlie  Barrett  Co.,   Ltd..   10th and *_b  BONDS—SVRKTX.  R.V.Wlnch A Co.. Ltd., Winch B.. S. 279-1944  J U J v   *■  CARPENTERS.   ■  Dixon   &   Murray  S. 8765- 8766  '                CEMENT.,.  Balfour,   Guthrie A   Co.... S>. Vl9%-«B7JT  Bvans. Coleman A Evana. Ft. Col...S. 2&8i  Gllley Bros.. Ltd.,'New West.;'Phones 15.-.J*  W. N.' O'Neil _ Co.,'548 Sey. S.t.; S. 479B-479S  .Kltchle   Contr.   A-'Sup.r Ltd..   Granville   St  Bride*    .'. .'. o......... r.   S. 9162  R:V.Winch •> Co.^Ltal.. Winch'~B.. S. 179-1944  >- 'CEMKNT TBSTINO* AND A88AVING.. . ,  Hunt,   Robt.   W.   &   Co,,   Standard   Bank    -  'Bldg.   "....*...: ; 8  2199  CONTRACT*) RS^JENERAL.  Armstrong-,   Morrison    &    Co..    Ltd., ' Bo_wcr  MARBLE  AND  ONY*X  Bvans, Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col..  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 545 Sey. St. 8."  B.   C.  Electric Co  MOTORS  Ltd. _   ...S. 2988  4795-478-8   S. 5001  MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Begg Motor Co.,  1062 Georgia W. S. 9045  Black  Rros., Ltd..  113 Homer S.    668  Little   Giant   Motor  Truck   Co S. 40J9  * f  OFFICE AND  STORE FITTINGS"  Dixon   &   Murray S. 8765- 8766  PACKING,   BELTING   AND   MECHANICAL   GOODS  Dunlop Tire & Ktiljber Good* Co.. Ltd.,  844 Cambie 8uD—, a. 13—S.2595  PAINTING  &  PAPER  HANGING   '  Dixon   &   Murray S. 8765- 8766  PAINTS— Fl bk-PROOF.  W. N, O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St.. ,S, 479E-479S  PAINTS—D/t/HP PROOF.  Bvana, Coleman A Bvans, ft.  Col  W. N. O'Neil A Co.. 64K S»y. St.  .8. 2981  8.4796-4798  Smith.  Davldoon  and  OaTla   Su.  PAPER  A Wright.  Ltd.,  Homer  -S. 95GS  PARTITION—FIREPROOF  £*-vans, Coleman & Evana   Pt. Colum. >S. 2988  Ritchie. Con. A Sup.'Co..'Granv. Bdg. .8. 9:0  PATTERNS  Westminster Iron Works.  New Westminster    Fltoue 59  A  -   V-PIG IRON AND TIN  flalfour,   Guthrie  &'Co... S, 9197-8678  Evans, Coleman & Bvans,  ft. Col S, 2988  .Wilkinson. Co .   Ltd.,  84» ll«ach Avu ,„.„». 7915—a  R.  V.'Wtnch * Co.. Winch Bld...S.   279.1944  ' ...   . PILING AND POLKS  Federal   Luinbur   Co.,   Itugcrs * Bldtr.   .a. 3933-9  Big.  & 1836  CONTRACTORS—TILE—TERRAZZO.   \  Kvans, Coleman & Kvans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  W. N. O'Neil at Co.,  548 Sey. „., S. 4795-4798  CRANES   AND   HOISTS   (ELECTRIC  The-Holden C/6., Ltd., 542"Pender St. W.  ... . Sey.   1065.  r DRILLS—PORTABLE   ELECTRIC  Darling,-Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street .,-Seyr 4100-4101  The.Holden Co.; Ltd., 542 Pender St W.  *    .   "-       • ,i  • ' "' Sey. 1065".  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  B.  C. Electric Co.  Ltd . ..t   C-<>rie k Son, 150 rtaatlngs W    8»y.  5000  SC02  Darling, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer     .  -      Street  ..-—..'- : »-Sey. 4100-4101  ELEVATOR CARS .AND ENCI.OSURES.  W. JN. O'Nell A Co r 548 Se>. St. S, 4795-4798  Kltchle   Contr.'  Bridge   ...;.  A  Sup.  Co .-Ltd.;,Gran,   St.,  :.."..........".    S. 9162  L     .  . 4.        . *  ~<'\-S;Z"    *       -jKLBVATORS     ,-,-,-„    ,.  Darlings Fran£,_i*'CcL,»,ll 42 Homer '  Rir-fct'        J. *'_ ..."r.—Sey.  4100-  .Street   ™  ...■r....Sey. 4100-4101  * 4. /t-.^jf.1  FIRK CLA-x4 -'  Y .   s  Balfour; "'authrle' &  Co '. .-."-.".S. 9197-«575  Evans, Coleman" A Evana Ft.' Col..'.S. 2988  Gllley Bros.,, .New Westminster. Phonea lo.le  W. N.fO--Neil A'C0.,.V548 Sey. St, S.4795:479S  Ritchie Con. A-Sup. Co., Granvl. .Bdg..S 9U'  B. V. Wlnch;A Co.. T^inch Bl*K.-. «• 279-1944  '. FIRE  EXTINGUISHER  SYSTEMS.  Barr"A Anderson. 1060 HcmerSt..; .8. 8180  FLOORING . V,  A' Co..  1320  Richards. .6. 1198  J.  Fyf* Smith  *  -     .'      t      ■ t  F0R8ING3   ..  Westminster Iron Works. Nevr Westminster  Phone 53  HEATING—BOX AIR,   3TI  y '      TII„T1NG  'Bailey, E. A.. 1033 Granvi  S. 3. Trlckey  E. E. Elliot*  CENTRAL SHEET  METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  COPPER, BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620      1J»1"^ Pender St. W.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  - GALVANIZING  Allan   McKelvie Eng; Co., Ltd .High'1573  GAS   APPLIANCES       ,   _.; .  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co S.    801  GLASS—A1X KIND*.  W. N. O'Nell A Co. SU S*y. St.  8. 4795-4798  HARDWARE   r  Brown," Traser A Co..  Ltd.. '1150 Homer SL-.S   T155  Fleet. J. A., lll'Hastings W..*...Beyr 2327-8  , HARDWOOD FLOORS '  W. N. O'Neil A Co.. 548 Sey. St. .".8. 4795-4798  J.  Fyfe Smith A Co. 1820  Richards. .S. 119«  HARDWOOD LUMBER  Smith, J. Fyfe A Co.. 1320 Richards. .8. 1198  3TEAM  AND  VEN-  Anderson,   1060  ille St S.  136  Homer   St,..S. 6180  iJurr   Sc  i . •>  HEATING   AND   VENTILATING   ENGINEERS  Leek k Co.  Ltd,  1098 Homer St  S.    681  IldlSTINO ENGINES  Ritchie Con   Sc Sup. Co, Granvl. Bdg .S. 916i  INTERIOR FINISH  Evans, Coleman &  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  VV. -N.-O'Neil As Co.. 548 Sey. St..S. 4795-4798  Kitchlo. Con. & Sup. Co., Granv., Bdg. .S. Ht«i  TKON  AND  STEEI—STRUCTURAL  Can. Northwest Steel Co., Ltd. •  Prince Kdward St Fair.. 2396-»  BvanB,   Coleman   Sc   Kvans,   l^t.   Col.. ,s. jjusis  Coughlari.  J.  &  Sons. .World   Bldg....S.   (9-'0  Macdonald,   Marpolo  Co.,  Ltd. ....... .'>.  210  Kltchle, Con. Sc Stio. Co.. Oritnv. Bdg. .S. 91fii  W. N. O'Xeil A Co., 54? Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4(98  'Westminster .Iron1 Work*. New Westminster .Phone-53  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach .........S. 7915  '       IRON  AND  STEEI,—ORNAMENTAL.  Kvans, Coloman & Evans,   ft. Col S. 2988  W N. O'Neil & Co.. 548 Soy. St.. .S. 4795-4798  Kttchlo Con. & Sup. Co.. Granvl. Bd.gr.S. al«.  Westminster  Iron Works,  New Weatmlnstur    I'hone 53  KALSOMINING  Dixon   &   Murray... J..........S. 8765- 8766  LATH—METAL  Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ft. Columb..S. 2988  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 648 Sey. St. ,.S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.  and  P.   Co..  Grnn/St S.   U162  LIME.  Balfour,   Guthrie &  Co S. 9197-6676  Kvans,'Coleman & Evans. Ft. Columb..S. 29j8  Gllley Bros., New Westminster. .Phones IB. 16  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey.  St.. .8. 4795-4798  Pacific Llmo  Co..  Ltd..  Pacific lJlclft. •■«• 0,r'0,0  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co.. Granville. .S. 9162  B. V. WiOch Co. Ld.,  Winch BdK..S. 279-1944  LUMBER  Pedoral   Lumlwr   Co.,   IIokits   lildif  S- 3998-B  MACHINERY  Brown,  Frasor & Co.. Ltd..  1150  Homor St 8. 7155  DBr,4nt?4ot'rank & °°- U.4.2SeyOm4100-4101  W. N O-Nall &'Co.'.''54'8S«y. St.: .8. 4796-4798  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bd'g. .S."9J6J  The Holder. Co., Ltd., 642 Pend« St.Q W.  MACHINE   WORK  Wostralnfltor Iron Works.  New Wostmlnster    rhono 53  MANTELS—BRICK. TILE AND WOOD  Evans, Coleman & Bvans, ft. Col.... .s. 2988  W. N. O'Neil & Co., 548 Soy.  St.. .8. 4795-4798  Kltchle  Con.   A  Sup.   Co.,   Granville, .8. 9162  rilJE DRIVING.  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,  tt.  Col S. 29S8  l<T_er   Kiver  i>tlo  Driving   Co..   New   \V«sfli-  .    - - PIPE—8EWER  Evans, Coleman & Evans Ft. Colum. .S. 29S8  Glilt-y Bris.; .Ltd., New W«.at.. .Phones 15. It  Ritchie Con. &. Sup. Co., Granville. .S. 9162  R.   V. -Winch A- Co., Winck Bld...S.   279-1344  r , PLASTER  Balfour.'"Guthrie & Co ..S. 9197-657S  Evans, Coleman A Evatui -Ft. Colum. .S. 298*  Gilley Bros., Lid, New Wfest., .Phones 14, Is  W.-N O'Nell,A Co., Hi Sey. St,. ,S." 4795-479S  Kitghte, Con. & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdff. ,S. 9162  PLASTER, BOARD  Evans.  Coleman '_ Evans, ft.  Col S. 2988  W." N. O'NeirA- CO.. 548 Sey. St....9, 4795-479S  Ritchie Con. ■& Sup.- Co., Granville. ,S. 9162  .  j *• - ■•  PLASTER   PARTITION   BLOCKS  Bvans,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col. :-f. .S. 2988  '   •  .w-_        PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  Evans.  Co'leman & Evans, ft.'1 Col..".'..S~. 29SB  WA •ri*. °'%*il & Co- 54S ^V- St. ..S.'47»6-47M  Kltchle   Con.   A ,3up.   Co.. .aranvllle. .S. 9161  .,..'.   PLCMBING      ,Y£,  Bailey, E. A..rl«33,dranvllle St.'*Y...S. 13«'  Barr   4t   AnUerson,-   1040   HoinerifHC. .8. 618«  '      PNEUMATIC TOOLS Z%  A   /'_  Darling/Prank _<Co.. 1142*Homer*   s:  nA S^re,<it'   •!:••.-%- Sey.' 4*100-41111  The Holden Co., Ltd., 543 Pender St. W.  .. .CSey.  1065.  PRINTERS \ I  Bagley. A. 6: &. Sons. Ltd. " "  ,   616   Pender   VV .-.Sey.    3L6  'A ROOFING COMPOSITION'  Evans. Coleman A'Evana Ft.-Volum. .S 2981  The Barrett Co, Ltd., loth and Arbutus, Hay. 772.  W. N. O'Nell & Co.. 548'Sey. St.-.S**. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con, A Sup. C , Granville..S. 9168  Smith,  Dariitson k Wrjght.  Ltd ,  Homor  and   Davis   Sts. s. 95SS  ROOFING—SHEET METAL~  (See  Cornice   ana   ttoofins)  ROOFING HATE RIAL  The Barrett Co?. Ltd., 10th and Arbutus, .Bay. 778.  Bvans. Coleman A Evana Ft. Colum..S 29S8  Ritchie,Con. A Sup..Co., Granville B...S. 91(8  ROOFING—WHOLESALE  Sidney  Rubber  Roofing-   Co ...S. 4149  ROPE-MANILA  Balfour,   Guthrie   A   Co A 9197-657*  --, RUBBER  STAMPS  Bagrley, A. G. & Sons, Ltd.  516   Pender  XV Sey.    316  SAFES—VAULT DOOR9  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 648 Sey. St...S. 4795-4798  SAND GRAVEL AND CRLSHED ROCK  Evans, Coleman A  Evans, ft.  Col S. 2988  Gilley Bros., Ltd., New Weet.. .Phonea 15, 16  Ritchie, Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .6. 9IS8  SASH  DOORS.   WINDOWS,  ETC.  W. N. O'Nell * Co., 54S Sey. St.. ,S. 4795-479H  SHINGLE  MANLFACTl'RKRS  AND DEALERS. _^  (See Lumber and  Shingles.)  SHOW  CASES  Dixon    &   Murray S. 8765- $766  SLATE  Evans. Coleman &  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  W. N O'Nell & Co., d4!s Sey. St...S 4795-4798  R.-V. Winch Sc Co.. Winck Bld...S. 279-1944  Ritchie, Con. & Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg..S. 91S8  STEEL—REINFORCING.  Bal/our,    Guthrie   A   Co 3. 9107-6576  Evans, Coloman &. Evans,  ft.  Col.... .S. 2938  STORE   A   OFFICE   FIXTURES   A   STORK  FRONTS  Dixon. &  .Mtirr.iy. S8765-S766*  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,   ft.  Col S. 21)88  XV.  N. O'Nell & Co., 648 Sey. St...S. 4795-47.98  TAR   AND   PITCH  The Barrett Co.. Ltd., 10th nml Arbutus. Iluy 772.  Evans,  Coleman & Evana,  ft.  Col.... .S. 2988  TILE—DRAINING  Evans. Coleman Sc Evana Ft. Colum. .S. 39S8  Gllley Bros., Now Westminster Phones 15, 18  Ritchlo  Con. & Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg\.S. 9181  TILE—FLOOR AND  WALL  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  VV.  N. O'Nell A Co.. 548 Pey. St. ..S. 4796-4798  TIN PLATES  Balfour,   Guthrie Sc  Co... S. 9197-6678  Evans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col.... .3. 2B88  R. V. Winch Sc Co., WIncli B!d...S. 279-1944  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach S. 7916  TOOL  STEEL '  Darling,   Franlc  &   Co.,   1142' Homor  St.   S.   4100-4101  VACUUM  CLEANING   SYSTEMS.  Barr & Anderson,  1O60  Hnmrr  St.... ,S. 6181  WALL   BOARDS  Evans,  Coleman Sc Evans,  ft.  Col.  .S. 2981  WATERPROOF COMPOUND  Tho   Barrett  Co.,   Ltd..   lRfh   and   Arhulus,   liny.   771  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  XV. N.  O'Noll & Co.. b48 Sey. St.. .S. 4795-479*  .,     WINDOW SCREENS  W. N. O'Nell Sc Co., 648 Sey. dt. ..S. 47M-479S  WIRE ROPE  Balfour,   Guthrie   A.   Co .«.. .8. 9197-6678  Bvans,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  Ritchle.,Con. A Sup. Co., Grwiv. Bdg. ,S. 9168  R. V. Winch & Co.. Winck Bld...S. 279-194*  Wilkinson Co.. 846 Beach S.  79U  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  Sidney   Rubber  Roofing   Co S.  4149  H  tV  2>V".  W -


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