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 COLUMBIA  RECORD   PUBLISHING  CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 2, Wed., June 12, 1918.  GLA S S  We carry a complete stock of  !                                                PLATE                                          CHIPPED  !                                                 SHEET                                          FIGURED  1                                                 WIRED'                                         CATHEDRAL""  PRISMATIC                                 PORT LIGHT  Mirrors, Bevelling and Leaded Art  Work  Given   Prompt  Attention.  Wm. N. 0'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 47954.*                                                                                     648450 8eymour St.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Head Oflice, Toronto.  M. J. HANBr, C.E., President.  X     general    banking    business  transacted.<  All   claaseB   of.   mercantile   accounts solicited.  ▼aneonVer Branch,-  446 KMtlnffs St. W. .  J.  T. XacDO*AX>X>, Kanafer  ^ V  ' i  i  t  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvic iEngfinccrlnj: Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. -   ._    ,    ,     . Highland 1573  VANCOUVER, B. C. ,, ..       -  IV  i  -  \  lamln  Pee erlptloB-  Cost  9278—galvanizing 'plant'' $1400  "    lUILBXffO mi  UTS  -**  idwrnra  Otreet Address  -  tot  Mfl-.Blook  1214 Pender St. E.  ,  ^  .  ■  »«■*•*'«  *«*•#.. ^#*. ee*. ..#.«•••••••*•*••*•• ^  #■  V  »■•  "„.............:...  ~~«  ^™  -*mbvwnn* *o woo oiomiwriDiini TAvcomrav citt iui tsstmbat  ■abllvlsloa-  Axcbltect  Contractor > ■•  Address  1                                  '                   *  <•  •  ,  -  --  ___.—..~—r~tr—"--—"*•"  ,. mmmtmm* «..........  Owner  Allan & McKelvle 1214 Pender E.  Vaiicouver'Srfciid C«nt«nt Reinforcing Steel, Hydreted Urne, etc.  Phone 2988  PtofColumwa av  Clayburn FlrebHck and other Clay,  burn Products, Facing Brtck, Building Paper*, etc   \;  i,.'''"!  '•*   1  EUCTttC 11 EN flKEDB  " AND  COUTEJICT0W      '  Power InstatttitloM"  Q<MMral ^•ctarlcal fC»—tiisllfta  th« snirni 114*    .  StaMM lak MW* ,  lAKtmi - IUWKI    >  i  ;  t  f- • r  i < si  f'' -1*1  1  M  Lumber   Veneer    Panels.  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Goast  \  Wo aro also Sole A«ent» for-th«'  Celebrated "Beaver Brand*- Maple  and Birch Flooring. >     .  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  '1320 Richards St.'  Vancouver, B. C.  TH E- HO 1£E>EN "COif |,tcir  ^ "    OIHEBAL BAILWAY^CeMT*^  Sole Aarenta ••» Canada for  r,  Pneumatic Tool  -   J   r\   '  fikmavmr- Rlvetirfo^ft-'Chlppina' 'Hammer*; 'Little  ■^Boyer. R,veE\e»tr|3 ,ToP0*;,;»Rock. prill.;;, AlrXompres-or-  - s    '■- - 'K FUe! 'Oihwitf ;,Gar Engine*.* *■. •* ,..*t_i*.  Grant^D'rlllsVbuntleyr  S42 Pedir St W.; tMesmr I. t;  |       BUILDING PERMITS       f  ,t«j.^.<^^.;.<a«.:^K'€K*1*^>€K-,&^2,<*'^%*'H'*'>  9276—Dominion Cafe, alterations, 738  Main St., '$76.  3277-4-Martha E. Gauntt, garage, 2619  .Hastings E.,-?125.  NEW BRICK BUILDING  ,\ 4 FOR GRANVILLE.STREET.  A "Architect T. A. Fee. 570 Granville  SC 'is^receivlng; tenders .for the con-  ^tr^iftt^fes^oWstoreyibriclr^unding  Y«f bV erected next to the Bay-view'  hotel on Granville St.  ELECTRIC CONTRACj'AWARpED/v.  -   ■      FOR SIX MOTOR-SCHOONERS  Co.",  cern has a" contract with the *I. M. B.  for the equipment of all the deck  pumps for ships being being built in  Canada andwnas also contracts with  the Emergency Fleet Corporation for  Steering Engines which are 'being delivered to shipyards along the Eacific  Coast. _■. ."_.",,  / ■"  PRANK DARLING &  66  THOR  99  ..»    , ftW. 1  -I* -  t.t*t  DOMINION  GOVERNMENT  ,MAY   REMOVE   WHARF  Legislation,, passed^ at, ther last ,ses-:  ^sion    " -*"■-■" ** *  *- *■•"--'•• •-  pletely  to the' dispute, between" the city and  Champion & ,\Vhite over "the construe  tion of the>rain St. seawall. ThisVork  has. Been ^held^up^forJth.e Vast  years " through^ legal - action '.■ taken  Champion, & -WtiiteT ^An amendment  Roller Bearine Drills "Clise Quarter Piston Air Drills - Ritetting Huuiors  Chippiig Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills ';v :,'  '    ' " Hieh Speed Steel--Drills—Reamers, Etc. . ^  Complete Stock of Accessories   : ".  ::*c  V  1  v-%r        r        ^--y v>^ ZL   ' JZ  ,1 '144 HOMER ST.  .i.  l-Tv-  w ., Phone.Sey".' 4100  £■'  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machrftery and Supplies  LTD.  Phoaa Soymour 7155  1150 Homer Streat  Vancouver, B. C.  Z..Munday, Rowland.'^ CpJv 'Standard  Bank. Bldg./. have been Jawarded a rcon/ passed "recently to jthe Navigable'  tract for jthe,ielectrical installation Jonjers^protection'>Act regardingr_unauthor-|  six wooden schooners  being" built by jized wharves may be invoked "against,  the Lyall shipyards at North Vancou-Jthe firm in the event of that concern f  tailing to negotiate a settlement of thei  difficulty with the city. -This was conveyed in a letter sent to Champion &  IWhtie from the public works depart-  ver.  "CONCRETE SUBSTATION  "' FOR'B.C.  ELECTRIC  The B. C. Electric  c6.  CO.  is erecting a  "London, Xne*.  Keatnal  Wlanlper  Toronto  ▼aneoaver,  B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS CONSULTATION  STEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES;    PIPE,'    RAILS,    XARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  508 Hasting* W., Vancouver, B. C.  Cement Testing; laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing* Jtaboratery, Boom Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  new permanent substation building at  King Edward avenue on the L.ulu Island tracks. The'new building will be  100 x 60 feet in dimensions of concrete construction and will take the  place of the smaller temporary build  ing on the same site.  NEW   OLEOMARGARINE   FACTORY  HERE.  The establishment of an oleomargarine factory which will manufacture  butter substitute on a large scale, was  reported to the utilities'cominittee of  the City Council Monday by City Industrial Commissioner J. R. Davison.  The plant will be located on Hamilton St.  ment at Ottawa.  The communication informs Messrs.  Champion & White of the action of the  government in amending the act, point  out that the Champion & White wharf  was never authorized by the government, and says that unless an agreement can be reached with the city the  wharf will be torn dowmat the expense  of the owners.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  DEAXJCBS  ZBT  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  TENDERS  FOR  FILLING  AT  TERMINALS BEING RECEIVED  The Canadian Northern   and   Canadian Northern Pacific Railways are receiving tenders at Room S17 Vancouver Block, for certain filling to be done  at their False Creek Terminals. M. H.  1 Mcl»eo'l, general manager pf the Cana-  ' dian   Northern   was   in   the   city  last  week and intimated that the company  hoped to see renewed activity in Vancouver  as   soon   as   definite  arrangements could be made.  CHILLIWACK NOTES.     -  A large span of the Vedder River  temporary traffic bridge at Chilliwack  was swept away at* 10:15 Sunday night  by the flood. Much progress has been  made in restoring the broken span and  it is expected it will be in commission  this week.  RICHMOND   NOTES.  Richmond councillors and ratepayers  in the new Lulu Island slough dyking  district, held a joint meeting Monday  night to discuss the question of adding  drainage to the duties of the dyking  commissioners. It was decided to appoint a committee to draft a petition  to be signed by those in favor of adding drainage to the dyking scheme.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars In Western Canada.   We cot 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—CAST  IRON  WASHERS,  ETC. '  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT —  LIME — HYDRATED  LIME —  FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH  FIRE BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH-BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197'  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037-  NEW  GALVANIZING  PLANT  IS BEING ERECTED  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co.,  Ltd., have started work of excavation  preparatory to the construction of a  new and modern galvanizing plant on  their property at 1214 Pender Street E,  The new building will be 40 x SO feet  in dimensions, of frame construction  and will be equipped with machinery  ofi the most modern kind. The building proper will cost approximately  $1400 and the new plant will be ready  for business about July 5th. In connection with operating the most modern  galvanizing plant in Canada this"  cpn-  STEVESTON  NOTES.  The cost of lighting and operating j  ae swing spans on the  bridges from;  larpole to Sea Island, from Sea Island,  o Lulu  Island, and from  South Van-;  jouver to Lulu Island has led  to an ■  investigation  by  Mr.   Gerald  McGeer, j  M.P.P.,' of the cost of installing power j  on all three bridges.   It has been found i  that  at   a  conservative   estimate   thei  cable costs alone would be about $10001  per bridge, and the other appliances,  motors, etc.. would make the cost much  higher than was at first thought.    No  definite decision has been reached.  Crib work on the Steveston dyke,  burned out in the recent fire, was commenced on Monday, and will be prosecuted.as. speedily as .possible.  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B. C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND   DRILLS  AIR  COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SUfcLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GBAHVIIIE ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR  LIFT PUMPS  ■PHONE 9162  Are Yon "Looking- for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splendid proposition to offer you A three-story, mill constructed bulld'tiR, 80x120, and 70 feet vacant land adjoining, located on the  corner of Victoria Drlvo and Albert Street. This Is a mortgage --ale and the  price and terms will suit .you.    L,ot us show you thls^    ,-. ,. . .  OEUUBAl, AfcM^STBATION SOCTETJ  Credit Ponoier Bldff.  80S Hasting Street Wert  Forgings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  'Phone 53  Offlcteand.Works,, Tenth St..  New Westminster, 8. C.  .'  ,->»'   '■' x^y  ™    9 ■ ■■ pjeeimn  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  ■Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the   ■■■■■■  RECORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  Telephone Seymour 7S0S.  Address:   683 IIomer-Richards Lane  Rear of 431  Duusinuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Rates  One month  $1.00  Six   months   $5.00  Payable stiirtW in advance.  MARINE  FIRES      '  ALDERGROVE—On    Friday   night,  Singer's mill No. 1 was burned, to the  ground.  WINNIPEG — Fire on Saturday  morning practically gutted the building occupied by the Telegram Publishing company, with a loss estimated at  about $150,000.  iniitg News  '( TIMBER SALE X1331.  SEALED TENDERS will be received  l*y die Minister of Lands not later  than'noon on the 11th day of July,  1918/for the purchase of License X1331  to cut 1,164,000 feet of fir and cedar  on ah area adjoining U 4435, Sechelt  Inlet, New Westminster District.  Twro (2) years will be allowed for  removal of timber.  Further particulars-of the Chief Forester. Victoria, B. C, or District Forest-  er, Vancouver, B. C.  IS LAYING PLANS TO  BUILD  BIG  SHIPS  Union    Iron    Works   Will    Turn   Out  20,000-Ton Vessels From  New  Alameda Plant.  SAN FRANCISCO—The Union Iron  Works   unit   of  the   Bethlehem   Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd., has acquired 1G0 acres of land adjoining its plant  in Alameda,  a trans-bay city, and is  preparing to begin work immediately  on ten new shipbuilding berths, it was  announced  here  tonight.    It was  believed the keels of the new vessels,  each  of  20,000  tons,  will  be  laid  by  November next.  Seventy-one    hulls,    totalling    314,450  deadweight   tons,   were   put   into  the  water.   Thirty-nine of them were steel  with a  capacity of  228,750  tons  and  thirty-two were wood of 115,700 tons,  The May launchings exceeded April  by 2G ships and January by 55 ships.  They also exceeded the highest monthly average of the    United    Kingdom  made in 1913, with a record.of 102,931  tons.    They  came  within  57,844  tons'  of equalling the American foundlings,  for the entire year of 1901, the record  pre-war year in American shipbuilding.'  V TIMBER SALE X236,  Sealed tenders will be received by  the Minister of Lands,' not later than  noon on the 24th day of June, 1918,  for the purchase of License X236, to  cut 2,481,000 feet of Fir, Cedar and  Hemlock on an. area adjoining S.T.L.  41359, Lasqueti . Island, New Westminster District'    ^ '  Two '(2) years will be allowed for  removal of timber.  Further particulars 'of the Chief  Forester, \Victoria, B. C, or District  Forester, Vancouver, B. C.  British Columbia Yards  GOES TO  ASSEMBLY  PLANT. . «,,*„,,  Following- is a list of the Shipbuilding  The War Haida, second of the wood-j companies of British Columbia now ac-  en steamers turned out from the yards  tively  engaged in  ship  construction  or  of   the   Cameron-Genoa-.-Company,   is  recently organized  It is expected that] Foundation company of >B. C,  TIMBER SALE X727 ,  Sealed tenders will be received by  the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 15th$day of July, 1918,  for the purchase of License X727, to  cut,7,048,000 feet of Fir, Cedar, Hem-  Three (3); years<iwill be allowed for  •Temoyal of.timberV,   -' v.  Further   particulars   of   the   Chief  Forester,' Victori^ri. >C.f\.or * District  Forester, Vancouver, B. C.  *   r  '  lock' and,r^Pfu>,'j-a£, an -area  situated  Main'fKalce^ Quadra * Island,  Say-  Steel Shipbuilding1 Plants.  Coughlan Shipbuilding: Co., Vancouver.  Wallace  Shipyards,  North  Vancouver.  Wood Shipbuilding1 Plants.  Cameron  Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.',  Victoria.         . , _.. Ltd., Vic  return to the.,Inner Harbor     toria. •■* '       >    '  1 Lyall < Shipbuilding:   Co.,   North   Vancouver.  New   Westminster   Enjj.   <fe "Const.   Co.,  Poplar Island. :        ,    ■  Pacific Construction Co.,  Ltd.,  Port Coquitlam. '  Standard   Shipbuilding-' Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace Sb.iova.rds Ltd., Vancouver.  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Van-i  now berthed at the Outer Wharf assembling plant, where she is receiving  the' machinery and  equipment which  will later be installed by the Victoria)  Machinery Depot  she will  for completion.some time next w,eek  MAY LAUNCHINGS SET  A   NEW  HIGH  RECORD  WASHINGTON—Ship launchings in  May, like deliveries, set a new record.  Sixteen mines shipped to the Trail  smelter for the last reported .week a  total of 3,(!6S tons of ore and concentrates, making a total for 1918 thus far  of 153,1(54 tons.  It. R. Hedley, who has a bond on  the Big Sioux copper property in the  Aspon Grove, has two outfits hauling  ore from the mine to Merritt station,  to be shipped to the smelter.  Fagan Brothers, who have done  some $25,000 in work on the Emigrant  group of 15 gold claims near the old  town of Yale in the last four years,  now feel warranted in installing a  mill.  Ore receipts at the Consolidated  smelter in 1918 have been 153,164  tons. For the same period of 1917  they were almost identical in tonnage,  being 152,097. The figures are for  four and one-half months in each case.  Savage <fe Mader have obtained h  lease on the dump of the Cariboo in  Camp McKinney, and began work last  week. They will use tho flotation process and ship the concentrates to  Grand Forks. There is a mill at the  Cariboo.  With the filing in Victoria of letters  of incorporation, the  Canadian West-  fern Fuel   Company,  which1'has   been  formed for the purpose of taking over  and operating all the assets in British  Columbia   of  the  old   Western    Fuel  Company of San Francisco, comes into  being.   The incorporators of   the new  company are 'Messrs. G. W. Bowen, J.  B. Bowen and John Hunt, and the- capital of the concern is ^5,000,000. There  will be no change .made in the*- management of the company as at present  constituted, and its head offices wilL be  situated in Nanaimo. ;  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  'Phone Seymour 5000  Carrall and Hastlns Sts.  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Bookjet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street       .       . '    VANCOUVER   B   C  Phone Bay. 772 '  on  ward-'.District  JL  l^CHINEjiy FOB SALE  '    , .V    <•«>  *.^,  ^-j;- '     '-  American Hoist and  l—5y2x8  tj ^""        ^ .Boiler    *  ;1—   .6x12. Beatty.TIolst  1 only  l  "r  Bamberton Cement  ■'■>\  c-  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  s&  7-  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  '    W* • P«cl"M*« I" prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative  call  Beatty;Swmg Gear  "Capstan Shaft  1   ** Marine Boiler  j    " Upright Boiler  1   " 206Q-lb, Pile Hammer  Driver  and other miscellaneous Contractors- Equipment in first class condition.  MRS. W. G. GILLETT  Phone Bay. 2812-L  OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    %  R.V. WINCH &  (     f -     i \ ' X  Vancouver and Victoria  Limited  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  * Executive Department  Mayor i ..' - R. H. Gale  City Council  "Ward 1 Thos.'H. Kirk  Ward 2  W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3  W. C. Marshall  Ward 4  ^ ...Jos. Hoskins  Ward 5 .".....'. W. R. Owen  Ward 6  S. C. Elliot  Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8  F: P. Rogers  Financial & Clerical Departments  Clerk  Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. J. Johnstone  Accountant  A. J. Pilkington  Engineering Department  Engineer .......................1.....F. L. Fellowes  '   Building Department  Building Inspector.. R. A. McKenzie  ?    Water Department  Secretary  ...._....,...S. J. Montgomery  Health   &  Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underhill  Library  Librarian ...R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers, Chairman  A. C. J. Leek G. W. Hutchings  M. S. Logan       George Eldon  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician , C. H. Fletcher  Street & Sewers Department  Superintendent ..John Morton  Police Department  Police Magistrate H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk E. Robinson  Solicitor ...ZZ.;. E. F. Jones  Prosecutor  -- R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief —— J- H- Carlisle  PROPOSED   NEW   WORK  Character   Armory     Harbor Works     Bank & office bldg   Hotel, C. N. Ry.._   .aettmated Cost      $350,000  .....Not given  VANCOUVER  Location  Owsu  Grand view    Govern men t  Kitsilano Reserve    Government  Hastings & Granville Royal  Bank  Fa:lse Creek Fill C. N. Ry. Co.  architect pua, Baso>  Perry & Fowler  w.    crovernment       No archt. commissioned yetl  Prepai-ing  BOVE3EBHT8 U8TED  Post Office : 1250.000  Post Office  —-  Concrete Garage   '-...   $35,000  DXAT2X.Y BEX.OW AXE PROPOSED  BITT HATS  BBS* POSTPOMlfs:  Gore and Keefer _:.„.'. Dom. Govt  South Vancouver Dora. Govt  Fifth & Fir Sts  Ford Motor Co.  R~™   £ov* ---.......- Delayed  Owner°°Vt —-••--- Delated  uwners   ——- -«'.  Delayed  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE  ;  . f"   , ;..'V-,',V,:.,',l »Y:;PATRONIZINOv>-^  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete   equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rates  UNION   STATION  /Phone  Seymour 405  MAIN STREET  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Charaoter  .Cost  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Jdooatlon        Owner  Architect Plans Beady  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c -30c  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN - . DISTANCE   NO  OBSTACIE  Telephone HlBhland 728  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  *1'»'I'*l»^*^*»»»*^»^^^^»f>^fH>.  t  4>  PILING M POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length « any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Seymour 3998-3999  «^*4^WWm**!4W#*«.   **<*"4«s^*4~**^*^^  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  DID YOU  KNOW?  WE SELL      ROOFING  SHEATHING  WALLBOARD j-unquote  Smith Davidson &  Wri^lhr f tH  VANCOUVER   an^VICTORlA ^  The largest paper house in the west ■v:  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords." standard'foot control  Price $2.25  Catrell & Hastincs  Sey. 2I0S 1259  Cranvillc St.  FORD CARS  GRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Sullivan  -Taylor  Motor Co.  2730  BLACK  BROS.,  LIMITED  -  Automobile  Supplies  —Car Bodies  -   Tops  and Seat  Covers  till  -15 Homer  St    Sey. 668-69  LITTLE  GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  * "All thai the Name Implies" ,  Leslie W. Pearson, Mgr.  Granville   at   Pacific   ,...Sey.    331  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to-HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone  Seymour 6411 Quick' Service  Federal truck taking  place of farm help  Farmers have been in a bad way on  account of the shortage of farm labor,  but progressive farmers are not permitting this to keep them from doing  their share to feed a hungry world. E.  K. Ballard of Lexington, Mass., is doing his share. By making two trips  daily to Boston markets—thirty miles  per trip—he is doing work with a Federal truck formerly requiring seven  horses and two men.  H. J.' Tucker, 833 Pender VV., is distributor Tor the Federal Truck in this  territory.  CONTRACTORS BEWARE.  A motorcycle rider of Jersey City,  N. J., was recently awarded $2,000  damages against the municipal water  works of Hackensack for damages sustained when he ran into an excavation  which had been left unguarded and un-  lighted.  The monthly output of the Republic  Motor Truck Company, Alma, Mich., is  now 2,000, -with an additional ten  trucks daily for the government.  condition because we did not realize  that it .increased the cost of living.  Now war sternly forbids the interruption of road traffic—and there is developing with tremendous strength a  demand lor "3G5-day roads." They  must come. They are an essential of  the trunk-road policy oi! the future-  yes, and of these war times—Engineering News Record, N.Y.  CONSOLIDATED MOTOR CO.,  LTD.  Packard — Nash — Maxwell* ''  *   \ Trucks and Passenccr Cars  1230 Georgia St  ...Seymour 4030  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  Tires  Motor Accessories  851 Pender Si. W.,[ Sey./^OW  SEATTLE   PLANT SENDS  FORDS  TO  FAR  OFF  ASIA  Red  Cross  Buys  Trucks  and  Touring  Cars for Armenian Relief in Persia.  Last week there left tlie Seattle assembly plant of the Ford Motor Company four one-ton trucfts and two touring cars, which started on their long  journey to Persia to assist the Persian  relief commission sent out by tl\£ American committee for Armenia, and  Syrian relief. These trucks and cars  were completely assembled at,the local  Ford plant and were" boxed and prepared for export shipment on the Ko-  torl Maru, which sailed June 6th.  Canada is second to no other conn-  try .in, regard to its waterpower possibilities' At present 1,800,000 24-hour  horsepower have been developed. It is  estimated that, within areas likely to  be populated In tne near future, there  is an aggregate of nearly 3S,000,000  24-hour horsepower.  THREE-HUNDRED-AND-SIXTY-FIVE  DAY ROADS.  Again we are witnessing the spring'  break-up—not of the ice in our rivers,  but of the roads. The stream quickly  resumes the normal, the ice is swept  out, no damage has been done. The  highway, on the contrary, is ruined.  Tlie surface has been broken through;  that which was a road is now a plague  of ruts. If this applied to the byways  it would be bad enough. ,' But it is true  of'trunk highways too. Commerce is  stopped and the war congestion on the  railways becomes worse. Year after  year we have endured this condition,  but the war has given us a new point  of 'view.' In normal times we stopped  road  transportation;   we endured  the  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  Vulcanizing -i   *"*"',  1234 Granville St. Sey.   1184  I-       SAXON  SALES   COMPANY     *  Distributors for ■>   '   ■ •  SAXON AUTOMOBILES . -  ,1272 Granville St. Sey-.339!  DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  Auto and Tire Repairs  Sfiip that bursted tire to us: we can repair it, and you can get hundreds  ot more miles lor a small expense. That- tire you have with the rubber  worn oft caji be made to g-ive you thousands of more miles; send them  to us—we will retread them Plain or Non-Skid, and you will be satisfied  that our  work is right.  OUT-OF-TOWN   OBDXBS   BECEZyZv PROMPT   ATTENTION    '  TWO SERVICE  CASS AT TOUB  CAX.X.  1234 Granville St.   Phone Sey 1184   Vancouver  fef  He—"Dear, I'm going to buy the furniture today for our future home.  Shall I get twin beds?"  She (blushingly��Oh/ Jack, you  don't think we'll ever have twins, do  you?".  1 he 1 raction or special  mark is on every pavement  and road in every portion  of Canada.    (§ Either   mark  is the sure sign that all  well ahead.  is  Your Garageman Stocks  Dunlop Tires.  A. 66  s>   «^.-J.-fc-.K-H-M.w:«'yMc3  '      SURE GOOD PROVIDER.  - Mandy, said a former mistress to  her seryant, is your husband a good  provider?  Yes, ma'am, dat he is, she replied,  Dat about, all he do. He.say he go  git me some furniture for de house,  perviden he git de money, and, he go  git de money," perviden he git a job,  and he go git de job, perviden he like  it. Yes'm. he sure ;is good at perviden. ■ - »  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 904S  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  'l  'I  .-75"  i-  g- ',■.; ,  DODGE  -CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  ,-"■11./; _  V-, li" ^  ^   -* {   » t*^  i ■*     f *    *■ * " »   :  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  Which Truck Can You Afford  To Own  PnmmfiaJdxi  The ordinary truck, that  can  operate  on   dlukO/U^^  nothing but gasoline—or the Little Giant truck   (Wj»5^  that burns kerosene, distillate, gasoline and other   -*sjv fjT^rSSiiT  low grade fuels or the Little Giant that reduces MXXJaLK^UOJr\X  operating costs at least 50 per cent.  Little Giant Motor trucks have been on the  market for nine years and thousands are now in  daily use in all lines of business.  Manufactured and guaranteed by the  Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, a $14,000,000  Company.  Made in 1, 2 and 3 1-2 ton capacities.  Now on exhibition at our salesrooms or  telephone Sey. 331 for demonstration.  Little Giant SVIotor Truck Co.  Sovmour 331  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  tha uMotjeiihjyi  o/iWt/iu.kflAttflmfl,  di*tiMoto,(rt,amij  othflA bw-ywk  amd at/vCA.:  TTloumi&&,  TTUm-faotoOi-  Ek£ta'di£tw0Mi<  \cr\fobb,—  r Zv%'  . - •. z&i  —   - '."ai;  ' 'Z3?-  li  iwaa^-^tonswKfflBH^^ \ammmutsmmsB^L  vzet  ^ikecenierofilie  (My's£i&andGlor  IPa^es* fr<mt*2?°per  1)ay. Vooo7Sbom£  Gmi)enientioine  7/imterf,(Xtib?$h^  WearoTtaMe-Zales.  i  m  cujernen\  fames*.  -L  A mmm  M  ■  v  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  Nut StyMir 6180,  10StJMfr-SU  ViicmwB.C.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  FALSE CREEK TERMINALS.  Canadian Northern and Canadian Nor-  thern Pacific Railways.  ■    SEALED TENDERS    addressed    to  the General Manager will be received  until noon, June 20th, 1918, at Room  83 7, Vancouver Block, Vancouver, B.C.,  for certain filling to be done in above  terminals.    Full    particulars    of    the  class of work to be done and approximate quantities may be obtained at the  above office.    A marked cheque equal  to 5 per cent'Of the bid must accompany tender.    The lowest or any bid  not necessarily accepted.  T. H. WHITE, :  Chief Engineer C. N. P. Rly. 1  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD Pm^f^T  SEALS     STENCILS,   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS     Mr-r/ii *Z\  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS   SIGNS.   NUMBERING   MACHINES     i«ECKS'  T'ME   CHEC*S,  ou^r."™cuARANTeco b£st QMurr'"»"" '*^;i£r,£Lji£u' etc-  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  less made out on the forms supplied  Jand signed with the actual signature  of the tenderers.  The lowest or any tender will  not  necessarily be accepted.  j  A. E. FOREMAN, T  Public Works/Engineer.  Department  of  Public  Works,  Victoria, B. C„ May 28th. 1918.  Fraser River  Pitt DRIVING CO.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Department of the Naval Service.,  TENDER FOR WHARF.  PROPOSALS WANTED  Sealed   tenders    addressed    to  the  undersigned and marked on the^face  of the envelope,  "Tender for Sliam-  mon Timber,*' will be received-until  noon of Wednesday, June 19 next,* for  the merchantable timber on approximately 1,-100' acres- of the Sllammon  Reserve   situated'   on    the   northern  shore of Malaspina 'Strait, in -the New  Westminster district of the Province  of British. Columbia.  .  Tenderers should  state the: amount  SEALED TENDER addressed to the  undersigned,   and   endorsed   "Tender j °' «cash bonus' they are" prepared to  for Coaling Jetty," will be received up j Pay oyer, and above dues at th© rate  to noon on the 15th July, 1918, for the J0' *1-°0 Per;M feet B. M.,  reconstruction "of the Coaling Wharf at |    An annual* license-will be "granted J **J * ** * * *T ft f 111 f Mt II M II  funded if the rights applied for are  not available; but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchant  able output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  ', The person operating* the mine shall  permitted' to purchase 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 re-  turns'ehould be furnished at least once  a year.'  The lease win Include the coal min-  Ing rights only, but the leasee may be  at tbe rate-of $10-per'acre, i <  For full information 'application  •hould be made to<the.Secretary^of tht>  Department of the Interior, OtUwa,or.  lo any Agent or. S«b.A«eat>'«f>Dominion Landai ,  .'•   W..W. CORT.     .  Deputy-Minister of the Interior."  d       Difectory and  Buyers' Guide  When Buylns Building Material ««rf «&..»„■.»_  Patronise RecordAjte'rS"^ UPP,,C•  BrUge  ARCHITECTURAL    TKRHA    COTTA.  Evans. Coleman ft Evan*, Ft. Col. St. 8 2iR»  O'Nell. Wm N.Co. Ld., 548 Seymour'. 8. 4795  Ritchie   Con.   *   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd    Gran.   Z*   a. ma  ASriLALT  FELT.  Evans, Coleman A Evana,. ft. Col 8. 2988  Th» Birrm Co., Ltd.^lOlh and Arbutu., Tiay.  772.  AUTOMOBILES  B«gg Motor Co., Ltd..  10»J Qtorfla St.W. S. 904»  AUTOMOBILE   ACCIISORIIS -  B«gf Motor Co, Ltd.,  1««3 0»o»gla St. W....  AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE  C«p*rl«jr, Roumrill A Co.. Ltd., Wlnth Bldf.....8.  T810  % ,                              BANKr   *      '  Homt Dank of- Canada...-. <, ..g. S270  MARBLE  AND ONYX  SV*w,''^:S,emBn * Evana, ft. Col....  s 2981  W. N. O'Nell Ik Co., 648 Sey/ St   8. 4796-478I'  '   Motors  B.  C. Eloctrle Co., Ltd 1   ..S. S0OI  motob TBtroxs.  r If.Y".lM0S-> ktd-.  US  Homer S.    009  .S. 4030-  rir.i   •A-"'•' 1<IU-   '•* Homer...  ^•ttle  Giant   Motor  Truck  Co...  ,S. 9013  PACKING,   BELTING   AND   MECHANICAL   GOODS  .-£ "!?• * Bubb»r Qo<>* co.', Ltd.;  ■ ■■    Pant iila     U» "  •44 Carubia St.  ..S. 13—8.2S1J  UMITKO  ». A. JonM, Mgt.  WHARF BUILDING;  jJH.M.C. Dockyard, Esquimau, B. C.        I to   the  successful, tenderer and  five  Tenders should be accompanied by years will be allowed for .the removal  certified cheque for Ten Per Cent, of °''toe timber-under the Regulations  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General Towing;  324 Frist SL    .   ,, New .Westminster  * ^ Telephone 1015,' '  the amount of the tender,  Plans, .specifications,.and permission  to view the site may be obtained from  the''undersigned or from the Captain  Superintendent, H.M.C. Dockyard. Es-  quimalt.  G. J. DESBARATS,  ! Deputy Minister of the7 Naval Service  Department Naval Service,       i  '*'Ottawa, May 31, 1918. '  W?z:  iwi?"  ,S',''---.t  |TJ~ »"■   , -  V^-V ,-'  '<*     •  'iS "  '  'ij> As General*Agents.-<-' s-  for British Columbia, of vThe Globe'  Indemnity Company3of ;Canada and  TherLiverpoor**' London,^ Olobe  Insurance,Co.,''Ltd^' We^ell-com:  plete'. protection"; including loss  _ *..   through"? ' " '  rire,   Theft,  Collision,   Property  Dartiage-and Personal Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  LIMITED   ..  Winch BIdffjo „ 739  HasUngs St. W^  Estab. J886       Vancoav«r, B.C^..  TIMBER SALE X1356. •  SEALED TENDERS will'be .received  by the Minister of Lands not; later  Uian noon on the 5th day of July, 1918,  for the "purchase of License -X1356, to  cut 1,924,000 feet of Fir .Hemlock and  Cedar on an area.adjoiningv-vLot 901,  Loughborough Inlet, .R. 1," Coast "Dis-  I trict. 'V   ( ./.;    '  •f   Two\(2)  years-will^be allowed for  removal of timber.   *^-ZZl f'..  ."'' '  Further particulars'';"of. '.th'e^Chief  Forester;>VictoriarB. 'C.; or District  Forester, Vancouvef,.-B.',C.^  of the ..Department.  The license fee is J50.00 and ground  rent of five cents per acre is* payable  annually .together with.a renewal' fee \  0^12.00. ^    ", ...  -.A plan of the Reserve showing'the  portion to be; placed under license,  and any „ further ipformation may.be  obtained - from the undersigned ~'t or  from Mr. Peter Byrnes, Indian Agent",  New Westminster.  - ,    '      :•  '" DUNClNC. SCOTT,  Deputy    Superintendent    General- - of  Indian Affairs.  Ottawa, April 24, 1918.- /   '  |      \     ARCHITECTS' ±  ♦»»4'»f-*-f-»f»»jt-»il..».f.a>,f»,>»ll,<i.M4  Benzie. Jas. A., 510 Hast. W.....Sey. SSOO  Bryan & Gillam, 509 Klchards Sey. 5508  Cox, "A. Arthur,' F.R.I.B.A.,  H42   *•  Pender Vf      Sey   ^  Dalton & Eveleigh, 615 *<  Hast.  W",    ;  .    a«»v     &R9  Gardinor'   T?    r    7T "*,*„ Balfour,  Guthrto Vfc -Co...  uarainery i<,   g.   &   Mercer,   718   Gran.;   Evana, Coleman  , *?",  DEPARTMENT OF WORKS.  " NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  NEW DENVER SCHOOL.     .    -  Sealed tenders superscribed  "Tend-  SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL   MINING  REGULATIONS.  Coal mining .rights- ot the Dominion  In-Manitoba, "Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories and a portion :bf the'Prov-  nce of British-Columbia,' may be-teas,  ed for a term, of twenty-oner.years, al  -n annual rentar6f.il' per acre, ,No  Jipre/than 2,560 , acres will' be^ leased  to. one applicant.       . - •, •'' <'y'-:' V ' "  Applications   ror., a, lease ;,must -be  made *by^ the';applicant /in! personxto  the |Agent> or Sub-Agient ;6f tbe' dis-  trict;-in which tlie, righteVapplied" for  are situated.)    ' -   V''•   '~"'lZ  *••"• !-.,"■ -      * tr    •. ir,,„--s>i/ "-^'.,    js-'..  In; surveyed[territory^ the land must  be described 'by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for shall  b6 staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompan-  Seymour 3672.  Gardiner,  Wm.   Frederick.  718 v  Gran , ,l,       <■ Sey   S67'  Henderson,    A.\   Ernest,T 39-76"       '       -"■'  - Davis   Chambers   Bldg.,    615-  Hastings W .„.....;. Sey." 724'  Honeyrnan  & Curtis,-821 - - *  Pender W  \_ gtfy   1621  Aracey,  Frank, 470  Gran isey.' 1804%  Matheson. Robt. M., 509 Rlch...Sey.  503S  f aimer, 'Bernard "C, ei6 Credit  J' oncier - Bldgr  A„     Sev   MSO  Pratt  &  Ross, .736  Gran J.Sey   1557  Sharpe & Thomson,  620.   •        c,e'y" 109'  Pender   W.   ..-.      "      gev   10ct  Somervell  & Putnam,   626-    Pender   \V '. „    gey   6230  Townley  Fred I,., 325 Homer.ISey! S013  Twizell,  R.  P. S.,   837   riast.W..Sey.1 7925  BRICK-=-AI,E'KnirlM.«> '     <  i?nfn"-   <7ol«m*nri*s -Bvasav-ftS (Ool.,"-"S:<«88'  :mi«*i-0iw}■.*'S0•i,4, £**' «.'^«. «»Ji«7M  ^iSMlS??1*-  *   8up'   Co"   *-*«••   Otmn.   St,  a. Brldt* "*'.       ■    »l«l  R.V.Winoh a Co., Xtd.. tVlnch B. 8. S79-1S44  -     - BUILDING "FKbTS Alfli.'PAPBm.  -  w*v*'/viS,-!i"i,,«-k ?i?n•• Ft- COL...S. M8J  •Jf' "?.'ONeil * Co" 5I* a*y- St., S.*«7»5-47i>8  llw ilarntt Co.,  Ltd.,  loth and Artiutui, 2»ay.  77_\  r,   ^ BONDS—SURETY:  R.V.Winch a Co., Ltd., Wlncli'B., S. J78-184I  CEMENT.  ......S.  819W57B1  >~„r-'„   *  Evana,  Ft.  Col...S.   2SS8  w.11*^ Sr&,\ ""«;• K«Wk«, Phone. IS; J6  .u',.°^.e_'L* P°-_ 54S «ey..St., S. 4795-1788  rAiNTs—rnuc-pRooF.  W. M. CNail « Co.. 5«S 8ay:*St.. .S. 47U-478S  PAINTS--DAMP PROOF,! *  W, t>. CNoll/a Co'., 64«!a*y.'St.'.1.8, 478S-47II  »»A8»M »•  SmlUj. D«iuMn 4 WrlaUt. Ltd., rtomtr  aud  DtTla ,8t». *-„'.  ,_ _7  ..a. am  yv-.  ?ttwi*i,C°"tr'   &   Su,p-   LEd-'   GranVru'e"St.  iJOrtQgQ      1 ,  I C      Alfjn  R.V.Winch 4-Co.. Lf*.. Winch' B.!'&S7II-1844  1        i •,  CEMENT TESTING  AND ASSAYING.  Hunt    Robt.   W„ &   Co.,   Standard   Bank'  Bids.  .s. m«9  l-ABTtTION—FUtEPROlOP ^ *  ! Rltch... Con. A'Sup. c!!roran¥C°JSSi'.± »?fj  1  PATTERNS  WmUnln.ur lion Wdrto. Sew Wottmlrwtcr   Phone 58  PIG IRON,AND TIN  -  Balfour, Guthrie' *' Co...:  a   9197.8K7»  ivnf,n"' c»l'",,»n & Evana,  tu Col.':.. .B.lS*n'-  WIUtIi.aor,,CU     Ltd..   816 liutch-Mt. 8. 791S-9-  R. V. Winch * Co.. Winch Bld...S.   278-1844  PIT.ING AND POLES    '  Federal   Lumber^ Co.,   Boitoh   UUIs S, 3998-9  CONTRACTOIIS—GENERAL.  Armatrong,   Morrison    &    Co..    Ltd.,    Bower      S. 1S38  Big.  NORTH SHORE CIVIC  OFFICIALS.  DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER.  Chairmen of Committees^  Councillor R. V. Purdic  '    "   '        D.   McLurg  I     "A.   W.   Whitaker  - Jack   Loutet  *,- , R.  Brown  , ZZL   '„.'J^McCartliV  *-*«<*>   -ST ';,V/-V^y jj"-. H^.5»'l8mdn,*,Esq.  pIT^>F:Npi£TH;yANCOUVER  Maypr.:..^v;v.^..'...^C«o. W. -Vance^Esq:  .&■ 'z/. itcmy;,co\iHc\£ZX.   !:/•  Board of Works  V\'atervvorks ,  Tire and Light \  Finance ' .;...  Park'and' Plans .'.-r..'..  Police and Health, .'"•'.f  Reeve  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURER^ OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  ami STORE FITTINGS  CEXEBAL CARPENTER WORK  3VVn 7, 1918.  Iwata, H,  •  ,    PAINTING. PAPE8 NANG-  \% and KAISOMIHIKG  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Duiismuir St.  er for New Denver School"-will.be re-1 led by a fee of ?5 Which will  be re  ceived by the Honorable the TlTinijIu   "  of Public Works, up to 12 o'clock noon  of Friday, the 21st day of. June, 1918,  for the erection and-'completion of a  two-room  school  and  outbuildings  at  New Denver in the Slocan Electoral  District, B. C..  \Plans,' specifications, forms of tender and conditions of Contract may be  seen  now  at  the  office  of  the  Government  Agent,- Courthouse,   Vancou  ver.   ' ....  Lowest   or   any  tender  not  neces  sarily accepted.  A.E. FOREMAN,  Public Works  Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C, May 31st, 1918.- "  "" '■■', *Chairmen\bf "Committees:    .-  Waterworks-    - , y   , ^ Bruce  Watson  Parks '& Boulevafds E.'A. Morden  Ferry   . .       /. W ^j.   Barclay  Board of Works /   <r. Irwin  DISTRICT WEST VANCOUVER  Chairmen of Committees:  ^.c•....:.*:............V.   V.  Vinson,  Esq  Water, Fire & Light..Councillor"T.  S.'Yates  Board of Works.         "        D.  Morean  Finance >.  »        r.  c   proctor  Parks & Transportation      "        S    Gisby  CONTKACTORS—TII.E—TEKKAZZO.  Bvans, Coleman & Bvans.' ft   Col ^ »qoo  .     CRANES   AND   HOISTS .(ELECTRIC  The,Holden Co., Ltd.,, 542 Vender St W.  -/ Sey.> JutJo.  ■   •■      DRILLS^-I'ORTADLE  ELECTRIC  Dal'1s'trIeet'ranlC & Co-'1U2.li°m6r  The Holden Ca.""Ltd7."Tit Pender ^t"1 W"  Sey.  IOCS.  .  , " ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  B.  C Elcctrlo-Co„,Ltd „ '    ' s   SnBo  ("we &-hgn,_l50 Baatlnfi* W, -_ "_s„; |g0»  *  I'        PILE DRIVING.  Evan*, coieman. A Evans,  ft.'Col S. 2988  traeer   Kiver   pjld   Orivlng   Co..   Now   Weil.  PIPE—SEWER  fc""BC<"-,ll7l."i Evana Ft. Colum..s. 2988  w llY.„Br>0S" 'H1^ -Ncw W6«t...Phonesi5."«  R v 'w,*:*"i' v&^Sup' ,Co" G'»nville..S. 81G2  R. V. Winch & Co., Winch Bid...8.   27U-1844  PLASTER  Balfour,  Guthrie & Co.  DATA  HJW nrSTAMATZOM  CKAJT0S8. ■   '  -  roXE 7, 1918. '  Mutual Security Mortgage Co.-, Ltd., Loans & Mortgages, from  4i0 Granville to 402 Fender W. ,..-.   Semmlns, Madame D., from 715 Granville to SeOtGranv'il'ie ."  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C,  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  G. Kilgren  GENFRAL CONVRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. £.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  (   ESQUIMALT  DISTRICT.  Section   of   Island   Highway   and   Colwood Road to be'resurfaced between  Parson's  Bridge  and   Points close to  but  beyond, Colwood   Hotel. -  V  Sealed   Tenders,   endorsed   "Tender  II for   Resurfacing   portions    of   Island j  Highway and Colwood Road," will be  received   by  the  Honorable   the   Minister of Public Works  up to 12 noon  of Friday, the 14th June, 1918, for the  carrying out of the above work;.  ' Drawings,   specifications,   forms   of  contract, and tenders may be seen at  the  office  of  the   Public  Works   Enr.  gineer, Parliament Buildings, Victoria  B. C, or the office of the District Engineer, Vancouver, B. C., on and after  June 1st, 1918.  Tenderers may submit tenders upon  their own specifications  for the 2 1-2  inch surfacing, of which a copy must  be attached to such tender.   Each' ten  der must be accompanied by  an  accepted  bank  cheque or  certificate  of  deposit,  made  payable  to  the  Public  Works  Engineer for a  sum  equal to  ten per cent.  (10%) of the tender, as  security for the due fulfilment of the  contract,' which' shall  be  forfeited  if  the party tendering declines to enter  into a contract when called  upon to  do so,, or if he fails to complete' the  work contracted for.  The  cheques  of  unsuccessful  tenderers . will be returned' to. them upon  the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered un-  ..Sey."31»5>  ..Sey. 4 055  DarUng» Frank*& Co.,~ll42 Homer  •._„ ,',Street...-....-. i :'j..}.:.Sey. 4100-4101  •JELEVATORCARS AND ENCLOSURES.  Ki\£\££?1 *"i-0^548 Sey/Stls. 47H-47M  wJiiilS? »'C- *-* Su«»;' Co;-4 Ltd..   Gran.^ St.'  '•        *-          ' '^ ELEVATORS ] ""  Darling. Frank.& Cd.,\ll42 Homer ��� - ",'  btreet    , Sey. 4100-4101  ,    FIRE CLAT  Balfour,  Guthrie'*^ Co s.  9197-6675  Evana, Coleman ft Evana Ft. Col...S. 2988  Sr11!^ Bli°*",; ?eJT Westmlnater, ?hone«.15,18  I?,; 1^,'ti,NelI^Co••, 6*18 Se>r- St" S.4795-4798  51 £.hiS~C;m' & S"P- Co- Granvl. Bd.g\.R 91R'  R. V. Winch A Co.,   .Vlnch Bidj,'., a. 279-1944  FIRE^EXTINGL'ISIIEK' SYSTEMS.  Barr A Anderaon, 1060 Homer St S. 61S0  FLOORING  J. Fyfe Smith a  So., 1320- Richard*. ,S. 1196  FORGINGS  Westminster  Iron Works,  New Westminster    Phone 53  GALVANIZING     '  Allan   McKelvie Eng. Co., Ltd....;High 1573  S.  9197-657i  S8J'  , l«  4VJ»  Bdjr. ,S. 916J  '      PLASTER  BOARD  Evana,  Coleman & EvansT ft. Col S. 2988  Kitchie   Con.   &  Sup.   Co..-Granville, .s. 9162  PLASTER  PARTITION  BLOCKS  Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  .    PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL'  wBv*v£S" «Jn^n„&''Bvan3'1 ft- Col S. 2981  Ullohle   r?« **.C%- 54S S'-'J'' St..'.S. 4795-4738  -"i?1-!*, ,C<>n;   * .Sup.   Co..   Granville..S.»l«t  ,... r » -...PLL'MJJINO ,'f . » ■ -f-t"-"  Bailey, J:., A.. 1033 Granville St'■""-> "<! iia.  B*rr- * - Aj.der.on; -Ust ;Hom,?y£:?±61?" '  ■' "Zy% ,-^|,NEUMATIC,-TI)OtSJ?^<ft1^'fefe'3'y  'Darling? FrVuk1^" C^Tlia S™#^^  .„.....Sey. 4100-4101  t                  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Gas Appliance  Co S.    801  GLASS—ALL KINDS.  W. N. O-Nell * Co. B4S Siy. Stl.  S. 4795-479?  HARDWARE  Brown,  Frasor A Co..  Ltd .   liso Homer St.. .S   7155  *lett, J. A., Ill Hastings W Sey. 2327-8  HARDWOOD FLOORS  .'  Y-~;0r£*n?t Co: 54f> s»y- St...S. 4795-4798  J. Fyfe Smith & Co.-1320  Richard*.*.S. 1196  HARDWOOD LL'MBER  Smith, J. Fylti & Co.. 1320 Richard*. .8. 1196  .    -f - ->-    *        Hey.  1065.  PRINTERS  Baeler, A. O ,& Son.? Ltd.,  i31 nastincs w..„S." 31*  *  ROOFING COMPOSITION  fLvai2.--' Cole.n*an AEvata   JFt. volum. .S 298«  RltcW.° C«n  **CS" 54i;S«y- S'• • -S. 4795-4798  M'^SSS. % fvXi.t.cifd.GHaDr,e--s-,l6S  and   Daria   St*.      s  mg  ROOFING—SHEET METAL  (Seo Cornice  una   Hoofing)  ROOFING  MATERIAL   *  Th. Barrett Co, Ltd, loth and Arbutu., Bay. 772.  £»yana, Coieman & Evan* Ft. Colum « nie*  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co..,Branvmi b!.' I* m*  ROOFINGS-WHOLESALE  Sidney  Rubber Roofing  Co S.  4149  ROPE-MANILA  Guthrie*   Co a 9197-6571  Balfour.  RUBBER STAMPS  B*«lcy, A. G. t Sops, Ltd..' 131 flattings W_S.  11*  "MANJAK SPECIFICATIdN"  ROQFING FOR YOUR NEW WORK  ^<MANJAK,, is a five-ply solid mopped  rpof of heavy Asphalted felt laid with Spe-  cial Manjak Asphalt, refined at our own plant  at Sidney, BrC. 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,  I Seymour 4149  HEATING—HOT  AIR.' STEAJM  AND  VENTILATING  Bailey, E. A„- 1033 Grativille St S. 13G  Barr   &   Anderaon,   1060   Homer  St.. .S. 6180  HEATING   AND   VENTILATING   ENGINEERS  Leek & Co, Ltd., 1098 Homer St _ g.    661  HOISTING ENGINES  Ritchie Con   & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdg-..S. 9162  -- MACHINE   WORK  VV«stmfns(er Iron Works. New Westminster    Phone 53  MANTELS—I1RICK,  TILE AND  WOOD  Evans,  Coleman &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 3328  VV. N. C'Nell * Co..  oif. S»y. St. .\S.-4795-1798  Kitchie   Con.   &   Sud.   Co..   Granville. .S. 91C2  INTERIOR  FINISH '  <  Evans,'Coleman &  Evans,   ft.  Col.... .S. 2988  ^•. Su\ °'^'e" *? Co- 5,s Se"'- St...S. <7»6-4798  Hitchle. Con. at hup. Co., Granv. Bdg\.o. inoi  IRON  AND  STEEL—STRUCTURAL  Can. Northwest Steel Co., L,td.  ■  ,   Prince Kdward St Fair,  20!)fi-7  Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ft.. Col..:H. 2i)HX  Coughlan. J. & Sons. World Bldg....S 79^0  Macdonald,   Marpole   Co.,   Ltd   s   210  8 A FES—VAULT DOORS  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 611 Sey. St...S. 4795-4791 '  SAND   GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK  Evans,-Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col S. 2981 '  piflSi.B?5-"-  i*2-   IS'ew'   Weet...Phone. 15.11  Ritchie, Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg..S. 9KI  SASH   DOORS,   WINDOW'S,  ETC.  W. N. O'Xell * Co., 548 Sey. St.. .S. 4795-47M'  SHINGLE  MANUFACTURERS AND DEAL.  (See Lumber and  Shingles.)'  SLATE  Evans. Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  .Kitchie. Con. & Sud. Co., Granv. B6g. ,'s. 9161  W. N. O'Xell A C0..-54C Sey. SL. .S. 4796-4798  Westminster Iron  Works.   New. Westminster    Phono 53  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach s.  7915  IRON  AND STEEL—ORNAMENTAL.  Evans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col.... .S. 2988  W. N. O'Nell Sc Co., 548 Sey. St.. .S. 479S-4798  Kitchie Con..& Sup. Co., Granvl. Bd«..S. 8K:  Westminster Iron  Works.  New Westminster    Phone 53  LATH—METAL  Bvans. Coleman & Evans, Ft. Columb..S. 2988  W. it. O'Xell & Co., 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4796-4798  Ritchie  C.  and  S.   Co.,  Gran    *""  St..  .S.   9162  Vancouver, B. C.  LIME.  Balfour.   Gufirlo  &  Co S.  9197-6676  Bvans, Coleman & Evans. Ft. Columb..S. 2988  Gllley Bros., New Westminster. .Phones 1-6, 16 >  W. X. O'Nell ft Co., 548 Soy. St. ..8. 4795-4798  Pacific Lime Co.', Ltd., Pacini; lildtf .....„_   s   9300  Kitchie  Con.   &   Sup.   Co., .Granville; .S.'9162  R. V. 4fVlnch Co, Ld., "vyincff'Bd8T..S. 279-1944  LUMBER  Federal - Lumber - Co.,   Rogera   BWk*.»'.'__ S. 3998-9  MACHINERY  Brown,  Fraser & Co.,  Ltd..  lir.O Homer St S. 7165  Darling, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street     Sey.  4100-4101  W.-N, O'Noil* Co., 548 Sey. St.V.S. 4796-4798  Ritchie' Con. & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bd'g-..8. 9I6J  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  fi«y. 1065.  ■V. N O'Xell A: 'Co., a48 Sey. St S 4795 4791  r -ltV- Winch .4'Co.. Winch. Bid . li i'79-1944  Ritchie. Con; & Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg.Vs. 916J  ,. ,    STEEL—REINFORCING.  Balfour,    Guthrie   &   Co.... S. 9197-6671  Lvans,  Coleman & Evans,   ft.  Col„ ..." 2988  STOKE   ft   OIIJCE   FIXTURES   &   STORM  FRONTS  w*vS'o?vl1?*,an & Evana,  ft.  Col S. 2988  W. X. O.Neii & i7o., 518 Sey.  SI...S. 4795-4798  TAR   AND   FITCH  ^„B.T'C*- *'"'•' -01" a"" *"•»«'* BW. 77?-  b.vans,  Coleman &  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  TILE—DRAINING  r?m "*"-' r,CoIeman & Evans Ft. Colum -« nix*  RIt^J3?*- New Westminster PlZes 15 ?#  Rltchl-   con. & sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg.  S. 9161  TILE—FLOOR AND  WALL  w"To9Xe,?1inCo   ^r^?'--t'oC0' S'2»88   '  n. u.Neil * Co., o4J> t-ey. St. ..s. 4795-4798   '■  Balfour.   o„,hP,?lf %*™S       g   9I976„,  RV*vS^°'ernttn & Evans H. col . S 2988 '  R. V".Winch & Co., Winch Bid S 279-194« !  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach...!Z.l.Zs   79*5  " TOOL STEEL  Darling.   Frank  &  Co.,   1142   Homer  St.   S,   4100-4101  .       VACUUM  CLEANING   SYSTEMS.  Barr & Anderson, iwo Homer st S. 6181    '  Vx:t„i   r, ,      WALL   BOARDS  E^ant Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2981'  ZZ    WATKKI'R00F COMPOUND  Evans""^.^0-  Ltd'  10t"  a,,d Arl""«3-  «•».  77:  HfrKliffn* EvanS'   ft"   Co1 S;2988    >  W. X. O Nell & Co.. 548 Soy. St...S. 4796-479(1    ''  WINDOW SCREEN'S  W. N. O'Nell & Co., 648 Sev. dt...S. 4TM-479I   '  WIRE ROFE  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  Sidney  Rubber  Roofing   Co S. 4149  I


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