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 BPP  9*  wmmmmm-mmmmmmm  JUL l s  \$\*  mmmmkmmmmmmmmmmmkmm  \V  BRITISH  RECORD  RECORD  PUBLISHING  CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 16, Wed., July 17, 1918  FIREPLACE  MANTELS. GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL A8S0RTED STOCK.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marble Work.  STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  i  Tel. Sey. 4795-8,  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  548-550 Seymour St.  BUILDING  MATERIAL  A Man Is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT    If    h«    has    &    bank  ACOOWT.      No   account    is   too  small  to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446  HavUnffs  St. W.  3. r.  XacDOKAXty, Xanatfer  GALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. Highland 1573  VANCOUVER, B. C.  J  UXX.BXKO  PEBMXXS  AMODTTTUrO   TO S500 OB OT» XMVXS AT  THX ▼AHCOWVBB CITT MAX.* TMTBEPAT  Wnjisor  P—crtptlon  Coat  9369—1-sto. br. & cone. bldg...$G000  9371—Alter   and   repair $1,000  Street Address  I,ot and Block  Foot of Smythe  St.  ;   G0-C2-70 Hastings B 14-15—13  Subdivision  Architect  Owner  D.L.    169  Contractor  Address  Taylor Engineering Co   Dixon & Murray....l065 Dunsmuir St.  Owner  Address  Imperial   Oil  Cq   Palmer  Land   &   Investment   Co.  Vancouver;Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  EVANS  ITED  Jt.ofColombia av  EVANS  Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  burn. Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  Genoral Electrical Construction  PUNC SETMHI 1145  States Bak'' MMac  VUCimi - WllMlrEI  Lumber ^isivbet-   Pan^Si;  Our Slock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Const  Wo sro also'Solo   Agents,for tho  -    Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  » -    'and Birch rioorinc-  ('-'  .- "       l    \\ *-        '    jfr  J. FYFE SMITH CO: LIMITED  1320 Richards St.  Vancouver, B. C.  hU ^  .'   L    \Y >»«IPr>UE*    ,-'.**  /soi« Ascnteln Canada Tw  Chicago PnctimStic ? Tool  $      BUILDING PERMITS       |  „  93G8—D.   M.   Beaton,   bid.   garage,  l£i03  Hastings  E.;   $75.  " 9370—P.   Pearce,   bld.'v garage,   147  „Lorne   St.   W.;   $50.    »  -.i9372—L.  G.   Wing,  alterations,'  126  Pender E.;  $75;  Wong \uen, contr.  -';;9373—H.   H.   Stevens,   bid.   garage,  1451 12th Ave.  E.;   $130.  BUILDING ON HASTINGS ST.  iv< 7 IS UNDERGOING REPAIRS  ^-Dixon & Murray, ' 1065 Dunsmuir  street, general -carpenters and store  irortlfc^ntriietors.-'are /nialrltiK^repairs  Irid; alterations, to ,'60-62-70 1 Hastings  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  tUCCCSSOItS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT * SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phono Seymour 715S  ,. **"'  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  street"* ea'stjh -A %riewV marble —,base  front, is- being  installed"and" -the" ,in  time", /but, further details will be published later.  %      YOUR  PLEDGE AND  MINE      f  f    <■- " %  %-.    The Allies shall win his war.  Je  ♦  Therefore   I   will   work,   I   will   %  •:- sacrifice,   I   will   endure,   I   will   *  *** fight-r-cheerfully and to   my ut-  *  I  *  +■  t  most—as if the whole  issue of 4  :fthe   struggle   depended   on   me J  tlnnm.        ' .  -   ' ♦  t  TTttTTTT  ■o  ^VICTORIA NOTES.  Forest fires  in the Vancouver dis-  tricttiatone cost- the .province $5,000  last >weeK,   and . while>*.the .general  FRANK DARLING & CO.  "1 <•  «THORM  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Pistes Air Drills— Rivettioi Ranners  Clipping Hanners-Wool Berers • Tirtiie ail Electric Drills:  Hick Speed Steel- -Drills--Reaiers, Etc.  Complete Stock of Accessories  1 <'.  f -  1   I-.'  i  Zionaoa, Zng'.  Montreal  Winnipeg*  Toronto  Vancouver, B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  8TEEL,    CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES; SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  X:-y^ '  ■:-fv-''':M^E!RIALt,LUMBERrE'T9'.,.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD  BANK BUILDING  508 Hastings W., ▼ancouver, B. O.  Cement Teetlaf Hanoratory. Koorn 1601; JPliyslcal Tasting- I»«.orat.ry, Booin Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Intpectort at Large Manufacturing Centers  CONCRETE TENDERS ARE  BEING ASKED FOR  Tenders are being asked for by the  firm of Matheson & DeGuerre, architects and Engineers, 508 Northwest  Building, for approximately 100 yards  of concrete work in connection with  the construction of the First Church  of Christ Scientists, which is being  erected in the 1100 Block, on Georgia  street.  situation 'in, all'rVsecUonsjJof  British|  ^Columbia   was4 ^considerably"relieved'  by*the rains, the'report1 reaching Uie  terior' of   the   buildings   are " be.uij-1 forest branch of the  department ofj  given   a   general   overhauling.' | lands this morning indicates that con  ditions are still extremely hazardous,  kamloops , reports the situation as  safe   for  the  moment.  The Kimberly fire in the Cranbrook  section is under control. There is a  bad fire at Gateway. A large fire at  Osprey Lake, in the Vernon district,!  is still smouldering. A big fire in  the Atlin district is still raging, but  no  material  damage is  reported.  ^  «,  - ■ ■ -^— r*        -  «-"*}»^  m.1.  :*<*-.-  I*»?  ??->  . , * £/■•■  T  n- '?   > *\   if.   ^',T- .   ii   -, **-  .  .   4 »,?ft*>-rt« Vr'""'-'     -'  I'.'  .   -    -    Jit   >-V/?  - 1'   ^.*  JJl -*f--^  CXAJTsmS, AWeUJM,  eoitTUrrafir jQuims tabbioa  co&  ro »on  COOPERAGE   SHED   AND  BARREL   FILLING   HOUSE  . The Imperial Oil Company have  awarded a contract to the Taylor!  'Engineering Company, Credit -Fon-  cier Building, for the construction  of a lone storey brick and concrete  buildins:, 40x60 feet, to be used for  a cooperage shed and barrell filling  house. The new building will cost  $6,000.  BURNABY.NOTES  Mr. A. E. Foreman, public works  engineer, Victoria, notified the council that an appropriation of $10,000  has, been made for continuing the]  hard surfacing of the Hastings-Bar-j  net road, provided the council spends;  a similar amount on the work. He J  asked what steps the council pro-'  posed to take to carry out the work,  , which   must   be   in   accordance   with  plans and  specifications approved   by  the department.    The  clerk  was  au-}  thorized   to   reply.  Board  of works   estimates   for   the'  two Weeks commencing July 22 total- j  j led    $20S6.75,   including   $877.50    fo.rj  oiling.     Contingent   expenditure    for|  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COY, Ltd.  "      VaneouTar^TC  Palrmont 2396 and 3397  GILLEY BROS. Limited  DSAX^ERS   ZH  WILL   COMPLETE  ORNAMENTAL   WORK   FOR  TELEPHONE   BUILDING)  The Westminster   Iron   Works  who  have   just -completed   their   contract   ^ —^  ending July 12  amountedj  for the ornamental  iron work of the  A_.„„„„,.    - 1  B. C. Telephone Co.'s new building  on Seymour street, have been awarded a contract for the second portion  of this work which is required to  complete the building.  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 furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES-rCAST  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. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  FIVE. STOREY   BRICK  BUILDING    IS    PLANNED-  Will  Be Located  on   Pender Sti  East, j  The   Chin   You   Fon   Company,   a  large  Chinese   exporting and  import-;  ing  concern,   have   just   purchased   a  piece of property on Pender St. East,!  between   Main   street   and   Gore   ave-j  nue, and have had plans prepared for;  the   construction   of  a  5-storey   brick!  building which will cost in the neighborhood of $70,000.   It is expected that  work will be commenced in,the very  near   future,   but   whether   the   Company will call for tenders for the construction  work  is  not  known at  this  to $292.15  The proposed expenditure was alio-'  cated as follows: Ward One, $204;!  Ward Two, $459.50; Ward Three.!  $98.50; Ward Four. $474.50; Ward,  | Five, $270.50; Ward Six, $524.75;;  Kingsway, $55.  IOCO NOTES.  In addition to faclitating transportation by road for the company's  commerce there is a scheme afoot  to build thirty or forty cottages for  employees outside the plant but conveniently near for the workmen.  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone Seymour 9163  1561  Granville Street  CLOVERDALE     NOTES.  Iraproement to aud enlargement ofj  the   plant  of   the   Liverpool   Canning j  Co.   across   the   Fraser   River   fromj  New    Westminster    depends    largely  fContlnuecl   on   pate   *."•  Are You Looking- for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splendid proportion to offer you. A three-story, mill constructed iHilldliitc, 80x120, and 70 l'oct vacant land adjoining, located on the  corner of Victoria Drive and Albert Street. This is a mortgage sale and the  prloe and terms will suit you.    Let ua show you this.  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION SOCIETY  Credit render Bldg.  850 Haatlngg Street Wont  Forgings  Machine Work  Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St,.  New Westminster, B. C.  \\  J r  BBTTIBH COLUMBIA RECORD  4.  ui~~'f-  (,V-v,  British Columbia Record  Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  RHCORD  PUBLISHING  CO.  Telephone Seymour-7808.  , Address:   58a Homer-Bichards Lane  Bear of 431 Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NBLSON....MANAGING, EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One month  }100  Six  months    $•<>•  Payable strictlv in advance.  U«rj r-tt   ^    i- "f T  ^jfjjfV r j  i-»-i»'i'»-ii*'i'»'i'»'ii*'i'*-i"»'i'»'t"*iii1»<<*  Mining 'News  *'    PLUMBING  PERMITS     *  Last name appearing. In each permit  given is contractor.  15769   to   15771."-,  2095—Thompson   Bros.,   325    Hast  tags' W.;'>T, Davis.  2096—C.    Sciaviani,    631    5th    E.;  Kydd Brps.  '   2097—Allan Boerg, 1531 4th' W.; A.  N.  Jorgensin.  ♦♦■t"»l ♦■l-»'l-»'!'#'l'»t^1'* }*'} ♦*»*♦  J ,, *_, ARCHITECTS - „        , *  „»!♦ !■» 8 *l » 1 »t"»T'*♦'**» 1**♦ !■♦♦  Benzie. Ja«. A., 510 Hast. W Sey.'3300  Bryan &' Gillain,-509, Richards Sey. S508  Cox.  A. AVthur,'F.R.r.B/A:rn42_    1^   ;  Pender "W" ----; _...,-Sey. ^972  Dalton &.- Eveleigh,  615'    • '    ^   ,     *,   :  Hast. VT.   Sey.    «62  Gardiner,'  F.   G. '&'  Mercer.   711   Gran.;  Seymour 3672.  Gardiner.-Wm/.Frederick,' 718- -  ^   Gran :..-.--. Sey. J6<Z-  Henderson, J'A.    Ernest,    39-40   ^ 4    ■ ■<  ~    Davis "Chambers   Bldg.,   61* •     -  , Hastings W Sey.    in  Honeyman & Curtis, 821       ,       , ,  v.- Pender, ,W.....' Sey. 1621  Maeey, Frank, 470 ,Gran ......Sey. 1804  >Iatheson, 'Robt. M.<. 509';'Rich...Sey.  S038  Palmer.Bernard C,  616, Credit      .       -  ''Foncjer Bldg ' Sey.  3680  Pratt & Ross, 736 Gran.....V.......Sey. 1557  ^nSet^^^---- *•*: ««  f Tendt" ^7S^J!^X Sey. 6230  "Townley..F_red>:--325 HoTner....Sey.' 8013  T*wteeU,-'IW $r M7;-Haat.W..Sey. 7925,  I    OPFICUt DIRECTbRY    f  ■v '<■ - *wry~'6it v>tfco]uver/ <   ' \  LYALL YARDS   LAND  LARGE   SHIP  ORDER  It was learned on Saturday that  Montreal interests have placed a contract for the construction of twenty-  four wooden steamers with the Lyall  Shipbuilding Company of North Vancouver, The agreement was reached  in the early part of the week, when  officials of the contracting firm were  in' the east. Work on the vessels is  to be rushed with the' utmost despatch.  The steamers will be of a slightly  larger type than those which have"  been constructed in British Columbia  under previous contracts, being 3500  tons instead of 2700 tons.  The, timber required for- the construction . of the vessels will be „ obtained from all the mills in the province which are able to furnish the  sizes and descriptions needed.  A generarscale of prices has-been  arranged and the details of the various sub-contracts are all practically  settled, v ■*  12 additional 7,500-ton ships of the  type now building at the yards. It  is possible that this word, which was  received from" the Emergency Fleet  corporation, may relate to the signing of contracts for vessels awarded  this company some months ago. This  means an 'expenditure of from $15,000,-  00 to $18,000,000 for these vessels.  GETS CONCRETE SHIP  CONTRACT FOR EVERETT  A special despatch from Washington,  D.C., reports that contracts for build  ing concrete ships to the total value of  about»$2,000,000 had been awarded to  the West Coast Shipbuilding Co. of  Everett, Wn.  Mayor ...  "JWard','1...  tWard 2 .'...  r^Executive" Department,^   '<   -r  '<■■"*   "•   f?. -*  -v.i/.R. H. Gale   ..-.-....     M.n,,,, •-. J.rf*  •-"•"City Council ..„-...  ,  -    ._..T..:.Thos."H:-Klrk.   W. R. Hamilton*  •Ward'3 1 ,« -W. C. Marshall  TOTmrA 4    ^ -         :.<:..Jos. Hoskins  \5KSs—— v W.R.Owen  .Ward 6  - ~;S: d. Elliot  •Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8 -ZZ -:.:...'-...P.-,P::Roeers  Financial & Clerical -Department*"  Clerk'" f *      - .Wm. McQueen, BrfA.  Comp"troTie"r". G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J- J- JJ*"8*"116  Accountant, A. J. Pilkington  Engineering Department  Engineer *"• 1/ Fellowes  ,„*x.r.   ;BuUdin^ Departrnent -» »    *--  Building Inspectof...."..-Jl'. X McKenzie  ' .r/Water Department       ^ ^  Oecreiary :.:....^..:i-Si*J~.Montgomery  i   Health .*.  Sanitation  Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underbill  -   .j   Library ^ \„JJ  ,v>. •-  JJbrarlan; R- W. Douglas  BonrdLof Park Commissioner*  Johnathan * Rogers, Chairman  A. C J. i-eeic G. W. Hutchings  M. S. Logan     ' George Bldon  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department -  .     .   •  Electrician  — C. H. Fletcher  StreeteV Sewera^ Department  Saperintendent >.u.l..i^...-Uol« Morton  ?    ^ .police Department ,.  iMliceMaglBtrate 3Mf**?  (Coart Clerk- v........A.Rpbtoaon  Solicitor -C..J. :- -»-■:■• J-'S*19*  Prosecutor „..j.a—.*.--.-K. ^ MaiUand  ''    Fire Department.  Chief"r.:.^:.t..r.:r...r:^r:.r....J. H. Carlisle  NORTH SHORE CIVIC  OFFICIALS.  DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER.  Mt Chairmen of Committees:; ■-»..>■.  fe^rS"''::::::c,,""";" "^iSS  ■%££&■::;■?    :*-^ffi  ; x*i nance •*.•         . ,. *    —   ■!»_.—„,—  "Park ami Plans.... ,_.'■' -vVrShS  ipalice and Health....     .    " J- •McCa?ch'r  -Jleeve  ■•■?• H- Bndgman, Esq.  ;CITY OF NOJtT^yAkcpTjyER  Mayor '.'.'.. .....Ceo. W. Vance. Esq.  :    CITY COUNCIL ;u  Y.    y ( Chairmen of Committees: ^r-    ^  mMt^oTksS^YY.y-■■■••■■ Spict W*iB»n  "Parks & Boulevards.. ;■ •. •  E. A. Morden  ■ i?—w.»w. ; * *    ^ir ."-.•.'......".   J.   Barclay  :Io?rd'of WorWrr.^..::v /.....:... -t. irwi«  iMtricx^es?:^VAN^oijyER  Chaimien of Committees:  ' keeve *-       '... ■'•■■'• v- v-  v'n»on^ Es<l  Water', Fife & Light. .Councillor J.  S. -Yates .  CONTRACTS   LET   FOR  "  .-   "H ..STEEL   VESSELS  ' TACOMA," WN.^-While    not . fully  advised, it is believed that .the Todd  Drydock & Construction  Corporation  plant here has secured contracts for  British Columbia Yards  Followine is a list of the Shipbuilding  companies »f British Columbia  now actively  engaged  in  ship  construction   or  recently organized: u    ,  Steel Shipbuilding; Ylastav '■  Caughian Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Wallace-" Shipyards, North .Vancouver.  .Wood, SbiptaUldinr Vlaata. .  Caiherdn- Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria.    ;    ' ,  Foundation Company »f B. C, Ltd., Vic-  , torla. .„, J* : ' ( •<-  LyaH   Shipbuilding   C».;  North.(Vancouver,     ^v^. „     ).  . - c.    \  New^iWestminster^Bng.   «t -Const.   Co.,  „ Poplar Island. .>   v ....... -  Pacific Construction' Co., *ttd.,,Port Co-  ""quinamr-'C -^ -   " i-.- ■     -    ---,>-  Standard   Shipbuilding ^ Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace Shlnvards Ltd., JVancouver. -*  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Vancouver. -   •   «'  At Camp McKinney, Mader & Savage have installed machinery, and  will begin milling the Cariboo dump.  Some ten years ago a bunch from  Phoenix spent over #20,000 on - the  mine, and did not get a cent out of it  —not even  a  stock certificate.  There are 40 men at the Bosun  mine, near New Denver. The product is shipped to the Rosebery mill  where about 20 men are employed,  and about 150 tons treated daily. The  Surprise company recently re-built  this  mill at an expense of $30,000.  The fiscal year of the Granby Consolidated ended on June 30, and it is  expected the report will show a copper yield of approximately 43,000,000  pounds, compared with 42,000,000  pounds in the 1916-17 period. - Cost  of production,^ is expected, will be  a little higher,' but with only 150,000  shares outstanding it is believed that  an excellent showing will be made.  Earning are at the rate of $350,000 to  $400,000 pkr month, less bond interest,   dividends,   and   other   items.  For the first half of the year 1918  the tonnage of ore received for  treatment at the Trail smelter" of the  Consolidated company'from both custom , and company properties, is al-  most identical with the amount received for -the same period of time  in the year 1917—the difference being but 119 tons. In six "months" of  1918 the receipts of ore and concentrates were 179,274. tons, while in  1917 they amounted-to„'l79393 tons.  March, showed the' largest -receipts of  any -month- this year with ^ 41,725  tons, and June has the record.of the  smallest, month thus far, having but  17,965 tons. ''. '  ,, can be 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 tiastlnv Sts. 'Phone Seymour 5000  J  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough, Elastic, Adhesive  Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for'Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street       •       .       VANCOUVER   B. C.  Phone Bay. 772 '  Bamberton Cement  '?►  u"/;  '   Jt   r \\^r-.  a .  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  '.A S  111  .S^L'Jrt   I.J    .fti^VGi^ L.  rk,   --i  R^V.WINCM&  Vawcouvf and Victoria  ;:L-'-:,«■  9\  *'Y\)  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  / Wa apaclaliza in; prompt aarvica.for Contractors'  - tamporary powar installations   ,  •B^rid^rtiiCf  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  , Tfeme   Seymour   500p   and   have jar   representatwi   call  .j  IC »-  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  J.ji'l'i^^  NEW   WORK  Obaiaeter.  Armory  t«4 Ooas  $360,000  Harbor Works    Bonk * office Mda*..  Hotel, C. N/Ry   .J^ot siven  VANCOUVER  booaMon^  Owaet  Ora'ndvlew- .._—.„__  Kitsilaav "Reoervo ~.—  Hastings. * Granvlllo-.  False Crwk Fill   ...Gtovernment  „.Oovorn merit   Royal Bank  „C. N. Ry. Co.  •Vlaas'  anhlaset     Perry St Fowler -j u   Government   _  Preparing  No archt. commissioned yet     ot:  Post Office    Pout- Office ..——  Concrete Qexace  ■fi UBTBD  mftyooa   $35,000  OZAVB^T.-BVLOW AJUB VBOPOSBB BQV BATS B2SW ronNnBl  Gore'and Keener :—.'JDom/'Oovt  «■»   .i '4r,i  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  / handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Chaap Ratoa  UNION  STATION  'Phono Saymoiir 40S  MAIN STREET  South Vaooouv'er..—.  Flfta a Fir Sts   .JOom. Oovt   Ford Motor Co.  Dom.; Govt,   .........—..<.„ —..'.Delayed  Dom.   Oovt   ™ _?. Delayed  Owners .................—„..._.—...:._........ Delayed  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Board of Works  Finance.; ../.._.-  Parks &'Tran'sportat 109  Morgan  R. C. Proctor  ''S./Gisby. :  t  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  pRICEiS 20c - 30c  ^1—__-     ...  —■  -  w»         *•  t™—'—*—"  "        :"  ._  .„.  .,-),_ 11 y,  .— ..-.  - - --L ■       T----1  —  ■a.ir.  1 ill   ■■  1    ■'           .             -''     ';          l -  ■V '  *'"*.-'                  "" - '-             J ' •■  'r  1   ■ ■ ■■                                                                                                        1  -    --- ■                                          {   •■■*••  I  ' ■ ■ ■■  <  ,  r  1  •  .^»m.  mi  «■  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  t.,v  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder arid Contractor  Kilas, Furnaces, and; Boilers \ Specialty  ESTIMATES  QIVBN -- DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephones HlacHlaincf 72S aoaiWallSt.  VANCOUVER, rB. C.  »l»l»l»t»l»iai»in»l*l»l»* ♦i»i»i»iti»i»i»iai.»io>attt  .~j.  •                      ;p ■  -. •  •-.;■-        •■■:■■              '      •■.-.-                                 , _. .  ■ v—r--r  ■     ••-,■•  -.   .         .   .       . *        ,,          ..-..                 ■*     ..-,-  ■■'"  ■•■..'■ '"'■  "'- "I"""""'  ,.,.  ... .-,    .     ._  ■ ■   «   • -                              . ■    ■ •  4.                 ..'•..- ■  .'    -.-'   ...-:■-•"   ■•'.•-' '.' »'-•.   •■1-  '     /Vv ^ "'  ■ "-• -• \ :   '' ■     •   ,' ■-   ■    -' ■    - ■•.  ...., — „,,            . ...  ■■■''■'" ■!'■.    «"■'',"  Architect  .JRaas meady  POLES  FIR, CEPAR or HEMLOCK  any length - .ny dliim.ter  I •*■%••>«!«••<*«•*«■ I  ri*»>».l !■ WHmiT»t«./  n^a< ^^^i^^^^ijis.W fwd^B.*'kA ;»^M(**i«*K»»»^jr»Bf*-V»»r'# f^ •* ^  :iiCvS5Vl  Public Works Contractors  <*  Office:813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  «•  taoo  1021.1024 Ragara Building  SorManr  »»ia 1 at• 10>»iai• 1 oi»ia 1»» ♦>■»»i»i»i»i»t»i♦»♦»+<»i»tal  •W i  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper Is now being manu^-  factured in British Columbia. The paper is  of excellent, uniform quality and of great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  .   Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WEIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. 0.  ■Jttl SSliITi  /*  li •wpppi  •>.'-  /*  *.'.*■*>.* A. ^Jnii,.!  BamaH ooiuuJBu  iu&*»t^t«^«-fc«.* WH Si^ti*.******'*!***  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard foot control  Price $2.25  Gatrell' & Hastings  Sey. 2108 : 1259 Granville Stl1  FORD CARS  GRAY &• DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Sullivan-Taylor  Motor Co.  250 Kingsway Fair. 2730  MICHEL1N TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone Seymour 6411 Quick  Service  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  .   Tires  Motet Accessories  851  Pender Si. W Sey. 3053  SAXON   SALES   COMPANY  Distributers for '  SAXON AUTOMOBILES  1272  Granville St. Sey.3391  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and,Tire Repairs  Vulcanizing  ,1234 Granville St. Sey.   1184  LITTLE GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  "All that the Name Implies"  Leslie W. Pearson, Mgr.  Granville al Pacific '.. y~—Sey.   531  CONSOLIDATED MOTOR CO., LTD.  Packard.*— Nash — Maxwell  Trucks and Passenger^ Cars  1230 Georgia St   Seymour 4030  BLACK BROS., LIMITED      t  Automobile Supplies—Car -Bodies  Tops and Seal Coven  1111-15 Homer St _.C .Sey. 668-69  HOBOES REPORT LOVELY  RIDE IN PACKARD MODEL  The fine sense of appreciation of  J. Footsore Finnegan—and other peripatetic birds of the bumpers—is proverbial. Rarely' does he enjoy the  hospitality of some absent host without leaving a note expressing his  gratitude. And invariably that is  about all he does leave. Witness  this from , the salubrious Pacifilc  slope :t '  A Packard brougham was shipped  to Earle C. Anthony, the Los Angeles  dealer, in a closed freight car containing other merchandise, including  three hoboes. And it may. be assumed that when three bo's find  themselves traveling across country  with a luxurious "passenger car _they  are not going to spend their sleeping  hour on a shipment of horseshoes ,or  drain tile. In this .case they didn't.  When the Car unveiled at Los An-  geles Jit was very' evident that the  satorial derelicts had used it for a  traveling hotel. ■ 'And as is customary  with certain hotel 'guests they annexed all movable articles, such as  interior fittings, for later use. But  they left the usual'note.    It re&K: >  "Packard Motor Car Company:  "We have just had a delightful  demonstration ride in your lovely  Packard limousine, and we are delighted, with it. '"While it is true we  did not see much scenery, the sides  of the box car preventing, the vehicle  rode very smoothly, with an unsurpassed degree of comfort, and. the  next automobile we buy, will surely  be a Packard. There is just one , request we would like to make, 'and  that is, that in the future your company build - your limousines about  six feet longer, as we found considerable difficulty in three of us sleeping comfortably in this bed at one  time.  (Signed)   "A PACKARD TOURIST.'!  .becorife"- interwoven   witlT~tb.e   broad'  '"'scheme of life," says W. L. Hughson  of the KisselKar.  ./"It has become a necessity—an  every-day utility—which we could not  get along without. It plays' an important part in solving new problems that bear on the saving of time  and increasing greater efficiency—the  two great essentials to our national  economic life."  flff—an*.*. «  gaaaaaafrifci  ^Ja<aaOM*aiioi  COOKING UTENSILS  EMPLOYS    WOMEN.  The Federal Motor Truck Company, Detroit, has started to employ  women in its assembly department  ,Nearly fifty women are at work in  this plant and are -proving very-  satisfactory. The company is planning to add to the number.-  AUTO'S  VALUE   IN   LIFE  GREAT,  SAYS   HUGHSON  "It  can   be  truly  described  as   remarkable how ther passenger car has  Tire Repairs - Auto Repairs  We'have Just added to our extensive tire business an Auto Repair Depart- „  ,mcnt,,manned by men -who have had considerable experience in the repair  business'both here and in France. - -  "We can fix,,your car from top to bottom.  DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  1234 Granville St.  G.- S.  HOCKLEY,' Manager.  Seymour 1184  Vancouver, B. C.  hw«>we»j'  ,, Sugar Spoon—I'm one of those gold  rden spoons that get born In people'!  mouths.  Rolling "Pin—You haven't got anything on me In the wealth Hue. I'm  rolling in dough all the time.  u  A Lap Ahead  99  Dunlpp Tires—"Traction,"  "Special"—represent doing  best what other tires may  have been trying to do well.  u  Masters of the Road"  <M  AT YOUR SERVICE.  It you want to, reach "the man who|  bays, Building- 'Materials, Machinery,!  Hardware, Electrical' and^ Plumbing;  supplies,. Motor Tracks, Iron and!  Steel, etc., It will pay yon to he repra-i  seated <ln ' the British Columbia i  Record..v -  t  The' British Columbia Record -1st  the only bull ding- and construction?  newspaper' In British Columbia con-?  suited every other day by. Contrac-?  tors, Engineers, Architects, Building;  Material Dealers, Shipbuilders, Itum-|  ber Mills, and Mining- Companies.      I  •D'U'NL'OP   TIRE'S  ,   \  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 9045  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  - ■'. DODGE  CHALMERS  *f   - -  'Li^.  „     -v.*   ~Ki t   j iv w t i   **•    t v *■ - r ■* ■■*  -r v*~  HUDSON  .^aTasWAaTaTaV   aTaTassaVtOsl afaaH   afsi  ' "sasft  ^slaTaV tfb^iV" *'*■   *■"    I  aV^V'sWA   BWaiiM »"  alBssWaV^^r^^^^MftasMOa^Bsl  ~w-rv  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  J.J.*  £ /*"«it  ,-  1   ,t^*-/J  >,  'k ^ , >   -«  _  *\  ""Vf  H  1 ^'\f  „  \.j        . ' NV  v,  „MSt *.v        $*  ».  -**■ -J-Lfi  You  buy  giant  stamina in yqur LITTLE   GIANT    umj  TRUCK.    112 per cent, reserve   strength   is   built   into  every part of LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS.  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS offer $200.00 to $800.00  more1 valuethan dqrismy other makes^ Special heavy duty, thjtt iJLfiS.  high powered motor-^tc type clutch — overtize heavy  dutjr ^Fiiil^n , bearing* ~ Duntley ^evmatic^Gerieratbr  that burns kero.ene, di.tilate or gatolirte, showing a sav-  : inVof cVer Sbf^ei- cent;  IF YOU WaINT TO CV(T YOUR HAULING  EXPENSES, SEE US. WE C^N SHOW YOU  AND  PROVE   IT.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Seymour 331 Granville at Pacific Vancouver  .w  '   »:  l.v      •.*,  The  Directory  AUTO TOPS, DELIVERY BODIES  4    TUPPER &' STEELE, LTD.  COMMERCIAL AUTO SPECIALISTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  i  FUNERAL CARS AND AMBULANCES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  ONE, ONE-AND-ArHALF AND TWO-TON  TRUCK ATTACHMENTS1  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  PAINTING AND VARNISHING  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD. /^ f"'  SEAT COVERS AND TRIMMINGS  TUPPER" & STEELE/LTD.  TWO"AND* FOUR-WHEEL TRAILERS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.'   TRACTORS  TUPPER 4? STEELE, LTD.  WACSQN HEARSES CONAn&RT^)  TUPPER'& ^tBELE, LTD.  WELDING, MACHINING, .WHEEL AND ENGINE  WbRK  TUPPER' & STEELE, LTD.  TUPPER & STEELE, Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Phones Bay. 138 and 139.  1667-9 Third Ave., W. I  in  V4  a  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS   and   MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  SEALS    STENCILS.   RUBBCR   AND   METAL  STAMPS,   METAL CHECKS,  TIME  CHECKS,  KEV   TAOS,   BRASS   SIGNS,   NUMBERING   MACHINES,   BADGES   OF  ALL   KINDS     ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  ..  i\  k  n  1:5  U  i  i  A  1;  i y<  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone SefMir 6180  1068 Homer St  Vancouver 8. C.  (Continued from pag*e 1)  upon the result of an apeal by representatives of the concern to Surrey Council on Saturday. They ask  ,for access to the plant off the Yale  road, and so urgent is their appeal  that the municipal engineer will prepare a plan of the work at once..  It is pointed- out that the plant is  an important adjunct to the industrial life of Surrey, inasmuch as its  payroll for the past year was in excess of $39,000 and from 30 to 100  hands- employed.  the plans are completed tenders will  be called for,'a notice of which will  appear in this paper.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  .   LIMITED  P. A. Jones, Mgr.  l^Y  f?S- '■  \ ''1'  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS.  ,   PEMBROKE   HAS  $300,000   FIRE  Ontario Town Visited by Second  Big  Conflagration in One Month.  ....PEMBROKE, Ont—July 15.—Starting where the conflagration of June  15 raged, Pembroke this morning had  another, disastrous fire visitation, involving a loss of $300,000, in' which  is included one of the town's most  important industries, the plant of  the , Thomas Pink Company, Ltd.,  munitions  manufacturers.  The damage to this firm's premises  is estimated at $250,000.  Owners of Tus "CLIVE"  •   General Towing  324 Frott St Haw Westminster  TilejhMi 1015  Wrhv *  i*H&. a-   -  i  -  I JA« General Agent*.*,,,; a,  "  .for British Columbia of "Ttie Globe  Indemnity;5 Company of CanEda end  ,The Liverpool & tondon^A Globe  Insurance Co., Ltd. J7e.aell.com-  .-.piete'protection including lose  ''?; .tnroiigb '-"*?    " V /  .Fire, Theft,  Collision, .Property  .Damagerand' Personal Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  LIMITED  Winch Bids.        739 Hastings St. W.  Estab.  1886        Vancouver, B.O_  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ,  - New Denver School  Sealed tenders suberscribed "Tender  for New Denver School," will be received by the Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon  of Tuesday, the 23rd day of July, 1918,  for the erection and completion of a  two-room school and ' outbuildings at  New Denver in the rSlocan Electoral  District, B. C, '    ,      ,  Plans and. specifications,  forms  of  contract and  further  particulars can  now be had at the office of the' Gov  eminent   Agent, _ Court   House,  Van  couver.. '       '   • „ ■ ,,  Lowest or   any'- tender   not neces  sarily accepted.   ■ . -     V' J-  v, '  A.  E.  FOREMAN,   -  -;'. • Public-Works Engineer,  Department of Public-Works,' -  -7 Victoria, B. C, June 27th, 1918/  SYNOPSIS  OF COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  Jn Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories and a portion of the Prov-  nee of British Columbia, may be leas,  ed for a term of twenty-one years at  .n annual rental of $1 per acre.    No  jiore than 2,560 acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Applications for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district In which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land muet  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvev-  ed territory the tract applied for shall  be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must'be accompanied by, a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise.' A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  permitted toipurchase whatever available surface" rights may be considered  necessary for the working,of ^the mine  furnish" the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined, and pay the royalty thereon. If the '-coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315      511 Dunsmuir St.  15324—Geo. Wright, R.R. Westminster—  Chevrolet.  15325—B.   B.   Ladner,   2362   2nd  W.—  Willys-O.  15326—  15327—P. Lewis, R, C.   E. Garage—Ford.  1532S—W.   R.   Ogden,   Kings way   Garage  —Chevrolet,  J 5320—F. M. Brydon, 961 Homer—Ford.  15330—G.  Bollert,   1336—14th Ave.  XV.—  Chevrolet.'  15331—.1. Mersten. 1027 Pender St. W.—  Willys-O.  15332—Chess Bros., Water St.—Ford.  15333—  15334—II.   Davidson,   1221   Thurlow —  Chevrolet.  15335—C.   VV.  Tait, Ltd., New Westminster—Hudson.  15336—  15337—W.   .1. O'Connor, 1260 Granville—  Ford.  1533S—T.  H. Murphy,   572  Granville—    "  Gray-Dort.  15339—K.  McMillan,  251 Dunbar—Gray-  Dort.  15340—D.  A.   Chandler,   1032  Burnaby—  McLaughlin.  15341—G. Gerrard, 622 20th E.—Ford.  15342—II. & P. Hill,  209 9th W.—Ford  15343—A. H. Edwards. 1S60 Nelson St-  Willys-O.    „ ,  15314—A.   McKenzie,   1642   Stephen—'  LEEK & CO., LTD.  Consulting and Contracting  Heating and Ventilating Engineers  Seymour 661 1098 Homer St.  VANCOUVER B. C.  t *  . t "  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  \  ACENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  Stftdebaker.  5—fe\  PROPOSALS WANTED  ^; MracswAireous VBoroiA&s' )  - Architects Gardiner & Mercer," 827  Birks Building, are asking for tenders  for the construction of a large cannery building, to be erected for .Watson/Bros., fish curers and smokers, on  lot 47, Industrial Island. - -     -   - •—  a year. - ,  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  at the rate of $10 per acre.  For full information^ application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.wW. CORY,  Deputy 'Minister, of the Interior.  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  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOWCASES, OFFICE  art STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING  t.  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1865 Dunsmuir St.  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS,.  FROM JUNE 27th TO JULY 10th  Following Is a Complete List of" New  .Automobile Licenses Recorded for-.-  . Vancouver and District: \ ,,/  No.       ' Name  ..      Address '.       Car  15314—H.   R. King,  701 London Bldg.,—  Ford. ' * t • '  15315—Henry   Simon,- 280   Joyce   Rd.r—  , Chalmers.  15316—C." Lane, Mission, B.C.—Saxon.   *"-"  15317—H.   Laverette,   3045   Sophia   St.—  Ford. .*- & "    '  15318—P.   A.' McLennan,   107  Vancouver  . Blk.-^halmers.  15319—J.  F.   Boyd,  Abbotsford.   B.C.—«.  Studebaker.  15320—C. J. Coultas, 679 Granville St.—  Chalmers.  15321—  .  15322—Royal  Transfer Cd.,  314   Granville St.—Ford. - r.  15323—Merchants Cartage, 148 Water St  "—Ford.  TELEPHONE DATA  NSW XXSTAXAATXOirS  JUIY 12,  1918  Stanfields Ltd.,  Manfrs... 757 Hichards St   American Railway Express, 31S  Granville   JTTX.T 13, 1918  Penrose, J. F., Pool Room, 2201 Cambie St. S   Fletcher, Dr.  J.  D.,  Dentist,  2217  Granville   Union Bakerv,  Bakers,  1G65  4th  Ave. E    Sey.  , Sey.  6847  S081   Fair.  17480   Bay.      5   High.   2145  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfltting  SAY!  i ....  "MANJAK SPECIFICATION"  ROOFING FOR YOUR NEW WORK  «1  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone- Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  I  I  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. I  MANJAK" is a five-ply solid mopped  roof of heavy Asphalted Felt laid with Special Manjak Asphalt, refined at our own plant  at Sidney, B. C. The surface is flooded with  the Manjak Asphalt, and from 250 to 300 lbs.  of coarse Smelter Slag for each square is embedded in this mass while hot.  PERFECT WORKMANSHIP  GUARANTEED BY THE FACTORY  ONE PRICE  -   $7.50 PER SQUARE  SIDNEY RUBBER ROOFING  COMPANY LIMITED  Contract  Department,  402 Pender Street West,  15345—'Swift .Canadian   Co.—Ford"  15346—P.  n.   Stewart   Co.,   Water , St.—  Ford.  15347—A.   R.  Robertson, 1S75  Robson—  i    Ford.      -     ~  15348—D: S. Yuen, 37   1-2 Pender St.lS.  —Republic. " '  15349—A.  McMorran,  2816  Sophia—Ford  15350—T. a.  How, Kerrisdale—Briscoe.  15351—Van.- Auto   Delivery,   1219   Gran-  ville:—Pord.  15352—Van.   Auto   Delivery,   1249" Granville—Ford. "        i  15353—J. A. JBlowitz, 101 7th W.—Saxon  15354—Ceperley,   Rounsfell   Co.,   739  .Hastings W,—McLaughlin.  '   _  15355—F.  A.   Maryson,   1219   Georgia frvV.  ' —McLaughlin.  15356—H. E. Percival, Heather and 24th  ' —Ford.  15357—M. Gore,' 46S  61st -W.—Gray-Dort  1535S—Johnston  Storage—Reo.  M359—B„ R.  Amachand,   Roche  Point—  Ford.     ,  15360—A.  J   Aubin, 6424  Chester—Ford.  15361—R. E.  Spears, 1400 Beach—Ford  15362—XV.  Perkins.   1956  5th   E.—Ford.  15363—Allan & McKelvie, 1214 Pender E.  l"      —McLaughlin.  15364—W.  Sherrin,   777   Cambie   St.—  Havers.  15365—W. J. Clarke—Ford. _     .    .\  15366—      , ' *"  15367—A.   Hausen,   1009   Harwood   St.—  '• -- ' TJTord.        ,-  v>vL'        "      '       *,'''<  15368—J. E.^Phalen, 2689 Kitchener—  '    ' Ford. .    ,     -  15369—J. Hall, 'lS43<lst;E.—Saxon.' "  15370—B.- Gibbon, 2433 22nd W.—P'ord:  15371—C." Lorell, Agassiz—Ford. ^   ~>   '  15372—W.'Murdock, 1532 2nd W,—Ford.  15373—H.  Jones,  1050   Seaton  St.—Ford.  15374—R. Schwartz—Chevrolet.  15375—A. Aubin, 6424 Chester St.—Ford.  15376—G.   Leishman,   New  West.—Ford.  15377—S. James,   Port .Mann—Ford.  16378—E. Carr, Port Haney—Ford.    *  15379—M.   Stiles,  New   Westminster—  Chevrolet.  153S0—E.   Smith,  New   Westminster—   ■  McLaughlin.  15381—F.   Winters,   Port   Coquitlam—  Chevrolet.  15382—Ira Reia, New Westminster—  Willy-O.  15383—J. Grant, Hammond. B.C.—Ford.  15426���L.  R. Pegg, 2256  Parker St.  15127—P.   Collins,  Hastings   &  Abbott—  Ford.  1542S—C. Bain,  1457 Nelson—Ford.  15429—R. Young. 1837  Larch—Chevrolet  15430^W.   Sturdy,   2547   McKenzie   St.—  Chevrolet.  15431—M. Evans,-1058 Nelson St—Olym-  pia.  15132—  15433—Burke & Cameron, 152  Water St.  —Ford.  15434—H.  Galer,   1080   Wolfe..St.—Gray-  Dort.  15435—Pilkington Bros-.,  102 Fowell St.  —Ford/   '     ',  15436—F.  Green.  7116  Hume  St.—Ford.  15437—R. A. Sutherland. 2(39 Trinlty"St.  —Ford.  15138—Gto,C.   Suey,  400   Princess  Ave.—  Sfxon.  15439—p.   Barker,   2075   35th   W.—Chevrolet. - -   -  115140—F.  Wilds, 1761 Sth \V.—Ford.  15111—C. Brock ley. Pacific Bldg.  15442—B.   Howard,   Empress    Theatre—  Winton.  154 ii—G.   Boakc,  33S   19th  R.—P.ri.scoe.  15444—IC.   .Miles.   1066  Rth   W.—Russell  15115—1$.   C.   Sugar   Rellnery—Kelly.  15140—G.   Patrick,   1995   10th—Ford.  154 17—11.  Pritchard,   627   Keefer  St.—  Kord.      '  1544 8—A.  McDonald & Co., 4 0 Powell St.  —Ford.  15 149—T.   Lawrle.   1219   Granville—Chalmers.  15450—-W;  Johnston,   Burnaby—Ford.  15151—Barrett Co., Ltd.. 10th & Arbutus  —Ford.  15452—W.   ,*    McKeown,  1108  Roue St.—  Ford.  15153—Quon Lee "Co., 02 r, Main St.—Ford  15454—Leeson, Dickie, Gross & Co—Ford  15155—j^eeson Dickie Gross & Co.—Kord  15456—Empress Mfg. Co.—Ford.  15457—Campbell-Gordon Co.—Chevrolet.  15458—D.  Croner,  Granville &  Smythe—  Ford.  15459—W.   Colwell,   295   Ontario    St.   —  Ford.  15460—E.  Thomas—McLaughlin.  Industrial and Household  Gas Fittings  *>  i *  c.  Manager  rf i  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 80  N  •it fv  ♦♦frfrMHH-***-! ♦■!■♦* l''i>^H^^♦»4^»^>^HH>♦»^w^>4.»^Hf,^><^i,^.»^ »i»; ».i.»  Seymour 4149  Vancouver, B. C.  S. J.;Trlckey  E. E. 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