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 ^ >*** ...    .  '■ZCZZ-^1-^-- F.  ■Si Z'..f''  1:     ■ ■ ' ■  I  7    J UN 'Q     1918  ">  GLASS  We carry a complete stock of ,'  P"-ATNE SKfSIS  SHEET FIGURED  WIRED CATHEDRAL  prTsmatic port LIGHT  Mirrors, Bevelling and Leaded Art  Work   Given   Prompt   Attention.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  ww                                                                                         543-550 Seymour St.  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.       -  Home Bank of Canada  Head Oflice, Toronto.  M. J. HANEY, C.E., President.  f  A     general     banking-     business  transacted.  All   classes   of   mercantile   accounts solicited.  Vancouver Branch,  446  Hastings  St. W.  j.  r. MacDOBALB,  Manager  GALVANIZING  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. _ Highland 1573  ^^ VANCOUVER, B. C.  .nMBIfl   PEBMIT.  AMOBHTOCO «Q ««*> <>» <>▼«»  ;,.™„  AT TW* ▼AHCO0VBB C1TT «A*» TsWTBmDAT  Vtunber  p—crlption  Cost  9266-dwelling  JJJJJ  9268—dwelling'    r *™  9269—dwelling  ?3b00  Street Addressi  Lot  and Bloo*  1131   St.    \™  2834   7th   Ave.   W 12£j"  2820 7fh W U—M  ,••*••••»•••<  Subdivision  Architect  182A      192       "   owner  192   "".".".'.".".'  Owner  Contractor  Addr—  Owner  Owner  Owner  Owner  Address  D. B. Carmichael    Murdock Campbell   Murdock Campbell ..  ... 2476—ISth  2476—13th  W.  W.  »,•••«••••'*>••*•*•>•••••••»••*■■•••■•«     —  /  •    •  Vancouver Brand Cement Relnforchis Steel/ Mydrated Lime, etc.;  RHONE 2988  fT.OF&WMWAAY       Clayburn Flrebrlck^nd^other Clay-  1    y burn ProdncU, Faclns Brick, Build-  litg Papers, ate.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ' ELECTRICAL EMINEEIS  AND    '  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  amoral Electrical C*MtrttctioR  TIME SETiMl J14S  StauM Ink -MMfaf  .   vMcuva - iMMPa  Etc.  Lumber   Verie^r    Panels,  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  W. are al.o *ole   Agents^**TPj»v '« "*  Celebrated ','Beavor Brand" Maple  *   and Birch Flooring.    ,   ,  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  .*".,       " 4   -$       .      '■.•-■;      ~~ Vancouver, B.C.  1320 Richards St. 4  Ifo-  \fZ  h . *  k*V-..^#  THE HOLPfEN CQ., Ltd.  ^OEMMALriikrii4aYiA CONTRACT©**  -       4USPH»  v   ; -V:   ■  ^ ^:*^tf|l!^ira^  •■**   '*-**+''    ?     .-'  v.._^^IJi:itjtt,e'Giany Drills;   Duntley-  1r CompreMO/f*;^ **( .jr*-.   >.;  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  |       BUILDING PERMITS       |  ^ 9267—Mrs.    Sills,  2oth Ave. E.,>100.  alterations,    49S  JWO  NEW  DWELLINGS  "';,       FOR   SEVENTH   AVE.   WEST  1 Two   beautiful   bungalows   will   be  erected   at   2820   and   2834—7 th   Ave.  WV'by Murdock. Campbell,' 2476—13th  West.  <"jihe two buildings ,will be' tlie same  n^w.r ^Rivetina-A Chipping^ Himmerij .-ti'  ". *** " "'rSSJtrto ,ToS.?; Rock M*£*  Cnglnaif'^^v  -,* v  S42 PtsttrSt !»..»«••»» ■• *•:  ..   PImi Ssf. 10*5, ;v,-  intiarchitecture- and   will   have   flve,r ~*,-t~±  f&7and   concrete^basemeut-and     -   *~S~*  will be 26x45 feet in.: dimensions  «    ikiarchitecture"  Brown, Fraser & Go^, Ltd.  c-    . -     SUCCESSORS   TO*  DOMINION EqUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phon. S.ymour 7155  11SO Hom.r Straat  - \*  Vancouver, B. C.  SOUTH'VANCOUVER: NOTES. -,,  For   the    purpose    of    cutting   the  spruce'and hemlock also some fir, the  B.  C. Box  Co.,-will, as  soon, as  possible, erect for that purpose; a 20,000^  foot  capacity  mill  in   South  Vancouver near the boundary ot Point Grey.  The mill property will  employ abbut  twenty   men   and   the   box   factory,  which  the  company  expects to  erect  as  soon  as   the  mill  is. up,  will .re-  require ,35  men to keep  it in operation. " Electric   power   will   be   used  throughout .the   plant, ;each  machine  liavlns?an additional'motor;.    ' ,  T^r *** ***** "^ - -v o    p  ■  NORTH VANCOUVER^NOTES.  There* is a* movement afoot ^to establish .a vcold .storage-plant;pni:, the  north shore'- and plans and "estimates  are now being .prepared "with thev,object in* view^■  ■    '    /' •' - "l%" ,   'Vy   -j  The    Canadian' Pipe,"Company,  of!  Vancouver-was awarded the contract  for the construction of the East^ Seymour wafer system for'their tender  of $24,217.20 for all wood pipe. " There  Messrs.  £obAob, Buff.  KoBtrssU  Wlanlpcr  Toronto  TanoouTsr. B. C.  fcOlliit W^ HUNT & CO., LTD.  j'Vi'-V^*'*'  .^^■i'^-fc^'^w-^r'^)"1'''^-'-'  :        v MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  Phone Sey. 2199  Resicfent Inspector, at Urge Manufacturing Center.  Ahot1.water heating.system wilUbe  installed'.' The total cost of the'two  buildings 'Is= $7000.' - .- . " '      \       .^  CONTRACT .AWARDEDAFORf, t     " '.  ADDITION   TO   WAREHOUSE  Architect j. H.-Bowman, 914. Yorkshire Bldg., has awarded a contract  to Baynes & Horie, S36 Howe Street,  for   the   construction   of   an   addition <      ^^   to the warehouse owned by Mrs. Love were   three   tenders   in   all.  at  117   Water  Street.     The  building >Barr  &  Anderson  quoted  a. price  ot  j will be 60x 30 feet in dimensions and!|31 210.95   and   Mo0n   &   Silverton   aj  will be constructed of hollow tile and;figure   of   $24,500.     Acting   Engineer  'heavy   construction.     The   estimated' gharpe-s estimate was $24,567.  cost is $7000.  VICTORIA NOTES  The Council has appointed July 3  for the purpose of investigating the  list of dilapidated buildings, sixty-  three in number, reported to them by  the Health Committee.  GILLEY BROS  DEALERS  IH  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  SCHOOL   BOARD   IS  CALLING FOR TENDERS  The School Board is calling for  tenders for the construction of a one  2-roomed frame school building, To ft.  6 in. x 25 ft. in dimensions, to be  erected at the Lord Roberts school,  Comox and Bidwell streets.  Three    One-Roomed    Schools.  Tenders will also be received -for  three 1-roomed frame school buildings, one to' be erected on the  grounds of the General Gordon school  6th Ave. and Bayswater St. One at  tha ML Pleasant school, Broadway &  pngsway, and one at the Livingston  school, 23rd Ave. and Sophia'St. Each  building will be 38 x 25 ft. in dimensions.  BURNABY   NOTES  On the proposal or Reeve Fraser, it  was   decided   at   Tuesday's   municipal j  There will be no new school for  Cloverdale district of Saanich this  year. The municipal council spent  most of the recent session in discussing the granting of $10,400 to the  school board for the purpose, and  the grant was defeated, there being  an even split in the council.  For the first time since the inauguration  of'-shipbuilding  on  a  big scale  in  Victoria,  work will  be  carried  on  in   two  shifts.    This   departure   was j  started at  the  Ogden  Point  Assemb-j  ling Plant of the  Imperial   Munitions!  Board on Thursday morning. J  committee   meeting  that   the   cost  ofjNew Garages Built In City  Represent:  ..    _ ._' _      ii._      i_r„<-t-inCT-o-ncirnnf ■ ± ».   -<   rt\rar   "ftSO.OOG i  hard surfacing the Hastings-Barnet  road continuation to Coquitlam should  .be referred to the government, as  other municipalities received a great  share of the benefit of tho upkeep of  this road.  Oil for roads can now' be obtained  at a cost of $2695 and the engineer  suggested that an additional thousand  dollars'   worth   be , appropriated.  The estimate adopted for work in  the board of works department for  the two weeks succeeding June 10  was $1281, distributed' among the  wards, allowing Ward 1. ?150; Ward  11, $313; Ward III, $200; Ward IV,  $213, and Ward VI., $350, with Kings-  way,  Investment of Over $30,000  The investment of over $30,000 «n j  buildings in connection with the auto-|  mobile business in Victoria, at a time;  when practically no building is pro^  ceeding here shows the confidence of-  the citizens in this industry. I  A building permit has been issued to;  the Imperial Oil Company for the premises which have been under construction for some time as a service  station on Yates Street, the delay having been occasioned by negotiations  with the architect of the building in  connection with details of construction.     The   amount  of  the  permit  is  $14,000.  (Continued on Page 2)  Are You X.ookin? for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We  have a  splendid -proposition   to.offer  you    ^^KfSt^'on^e  ssswa ffii;°knrAi'f ?-i 3F^mortKuge sale antl the  PX and terms will suit you.    ^*o» jou J«.  GEHEBAI ADMIKISTBATION SOf5f *gLstln? street West  Credit roncler Bldg1.           — '■—  FRANK  66  THOR  99  Roller Bearing Drills ---Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Riwtting Hammers  i      Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills -Reamers, Etc.  \   Complete Stick of Accessories s,  - - %J  - • "-if"  '' - '-4  i   , v*  -I 144HQMER ST.  . Phone 'Sey. 4*1 OO  f  ' ■ ^, A * z  * s'K «£4"'VJS?3»  Stmctoal Sled fff E>wt Purpose  "V y3*trri-K  'i*;  bsam, cxAjnirsiiS. AjrouH, rx^.Tmu, Tisxm, !cos  CO!CPXiETBX>T SQVZFFSB rASMlCATaa SHOPS  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, Ltd.  g     — l. j» >■   r  Tsirmoat 8396 and 2397  TaneoBTsr, B. C  Balfour, Guthrie & Co  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  We cut to  REINFORCING STEEL:— n       .  - Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada,  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 BSfCK — 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 S037,  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B.  C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR   COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GRANVIIiI.1! ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR  LIFT PUMPS  FKOZTC 9162  Forcings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone 33  Office and Works, Tenth St.-  New Westminster, B. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  frublished every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.  Telephont: oeymour 7S0S.  Address:    5S3  Homer-Richards Lane  Rear of 431  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGIXG EDITOR  SuloscrliJtion  Bates  One month   SI 00  Six  months   .. ..  $5.00  Payable strlctlv in advance.  SHIPBUILDING and MARINE  a  ining News  (Continued from page  1)  Tlie   garage   building   on   Michigan  Street   for   David   Spencer,   Ltd.,   for  "which a permit was issued on February 14 is costing $10,000, and adding  the $7,S00 for the new garage recently   erected    for   W.   N.    Mitchell    on  Yates   Street,   it   will   thus   be   seen  that  over  $30,000   has  been  invested  in permanent buildings of this.character, in spite of the number of garage   permits   issued   during   the   last  building  boom.  Applications foi\, private garages  continue to be made, showing that  citizens are going in for automobiles  aSj far as circumstances permit.  FRENCH   ORDER   TO   BE    .  FOR   SIXTY   BOATS  Frank W. Walker, representative of  the French Government, while attending the launching of a vessel at the  Foundation Co. plant at Tacoma,, an  nounced that contracts for 20 to 60  additional wooden Vessels would be  awarded to the foundation Co. soon.  The company maintains plants at  Portland, Tacoma and Victoria, B.C.,  the first two having ten ways each  and it is probable that each plant will  be called upon to turn out a like  amount. The construction of additional ways is also being discussed by  ways and  two more are to be added  in  the near future.  .Hi.  ■' The plant of the Ajax Lumber Co.,  situated a short distance south of  Cloverdale, was destroyed by a fire  Wednesday, which started shortly, be- J comnaily officials  fore noon.    George Madden,- of Van-    couver,   is   the   manager   of  the/ com-  SEATTLE SHIP YARDS ARE  pany,  the   head  office   being  in  Van- GIVEN  ADDITIONAL  AWARDS  couver- SEATTLE—:Two   Seattle   shipyards  have received contracts fronv-the Uni-'  ted States shipping board for;19 steel  cargo carriers, to cost a total of $32,-  000,000. Fourteen of the ships are  to be built at the Ames Shipbuilding  LARGEST   PLANT  ON  PACIFIC    FOR    OUTFITTING  Plant  Capacity  is  Ten   Vessels.  PORTLAND—Within a few weeks  the largest outfitting clock on the Pacific Coast devoted to the final equipment for service of emergency, fleet  vessels, will be 'ready for tlie first  ship. The big'docks, accommodating  at the same time 10'full hulls, is being erected between East Morrison  and East Taylor streets, from Water  street to' the river by the Supple-Bal-  lin Shipbuilding Corporation.     ' •  /  '    SCOTT ROAD.—Improvement work  on the Scott Road has. been started.  -The whole' road from the Delta Road  line;- down to, the B. C.  E.  R.   Scott  Road-    crossing,   will    be    reditched, j ~ ~~ d~Z JQ/ Each"ls to be Gf 8800  straightened out and gravelled:   If the 4,^, Ann^mnltrU^ „„„,„ „„„*..{*•<.•"  money -holds out'the road will -be  -widened, and in any case a considerable amount? of- improvement will be  done by, the time the $4,000 of appropriation is all expended.  tV-'- " -  $&>'£■ \*  ;!'----'-y<vi'  $£{:& Zi  ,  MAY BUILD STEEL SHIPS.  OTTAWA—If   present 'negotiations  materialize, Prince   RupJert will  have  an important new industry.   For some  , time  past,  it  is, stated,   a  Pittsburg  firm \ has- been- negotiating' with; the  ,- governmentMiere as-to^the establishment -'of  shipbuildingon * the" drydock  of ,Prince'Rupert.    The company.-undertakes "at oncevthe,',lAyin'g do-vrn",ot  * /.thei.keels' ofaeight..'large jrsteel vessels  •''"'_'   for"oceMttraffic»"'-ff"a^iSV-'-i8--   -.   -  * -' ■' A - The' coripern i has the. steel'rand can  ib -4 .'■tart'/alm'ost' att'vonce. [ Tov-date.'^the,  r - -' Prince i/Ruperts docks has -,not^/been>  n,4-f L'utilized--owingijto. some  disputes  be  • ":.:• ",tween,th« government and the Head-.  " "'-.•'■- ing,company-controlling the* docks." It  • -.« - is "iiowj s.tated,.^however, .that,  this  .  •_ trouble, has, been'satisfactorily arrang-  ed "and tha't the compaiiytfwiir be, given  the contract requested.      '  f     PLUMBING   PERMITS     1  tons deadweight cargo capacity.  The merger of the Skinner- te Eddy  Corporation and .the Seattle, Construction &~ Drydock shipyards' took place  Saturday." The combined plant will be  in full operation Monday with 12,000  employees.     The   plant  now   has   10  British Columbia Yards  Following is a list of the Shipbuilding  companies of British Columbia now actively engaged in ship construction or  recently organized:  Steel Shipbuilding Plants. >  Coughlan Shipbuilding Co.. Vancouver.  Wallace Shipyards, North Vancouver.  Wood Shipbuilding- Plants.  Cameron Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria. '        '.  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., Victoria.' '   ' ''  Lyall Shipbuilding Co.,- North Vancouver. '  New Westminster Enff. A Const. Co.,  Poplar Island.  Pacific Construction Co., Ltd., Port Coquitlam.  The Sally, near Beaverdell, will soon  res um o operations.  The Argo, at Greenwood, has suspended operations for a time.  Bruce White, one of the famous  mining men of the Slocan, returned  from a trip to Prince Rupert this  month. it was on October 7, 1891,  that he local ed tho Slocan Star in  company with John Sandon.  ■W. J. Rattle, who is now looking  after the affairs of the Ladysmith  Smelting Company, has been in the  city for the past few days making  arrangements for the reopening of the  smelter, says the Ladysmith Chronicle.  Mr. Rattle, in company with W. J.  Watson, lias made a thorough inspection of the plant and is highly pleased  with the excellent state in which he  found the machinery.  While the ordinary run of frpp  miners' certificates expire on the 31sl  of May, provision has been made- in  tho case of enlisted men, whereby renewals are not necessary. The same  applies to assessment work, but in  cases where the soldier has a partner  or partners, those not in uniform, or  returned or discharged, must keep up  their share of the work and have it  recorded in the usual way.  With the finding of' a large seam  of coal at the new workings of the  Granby Company near Cassady's Landing, an important forward step in the  company's recently initiated Vancouver Island venture has been made.  Three slopes are in process of being  driven. One of these has reached a  depth of 150 feet, where a seam of coal  14 feet in depth has been struck. ., It  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 Masting: Sts.   _______ 1   'Phone Seymour 5000  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  -y; Phone Bay. 772 '  Standard   Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver,   is one of  the  seams  which  underlies  Wallace *ShiDvards Ltd., Vancouver. J*u„ „,i,^i-  x-^...-:-.,^ „-.„i h„„.i„. '„,.„„'  ro_-*_--,  r>_n_fla   shinviH.  T>* . Von. the whole Nanaimo coal-bearing area.  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.;  Van-  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  /_••'■■  <  i-  *- _<■  ♦   K_r  Paciflc Lime  -4        . "• .^ ;i  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  W* sp«cializ« In prompt s«rvic« for-Contractors'  temporary powar installations  ■X. 7 t>  •B<CrEi.ECimc-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymeur   5000,   and   have   our   represintativi   calf  R£3r£-WllNCH'i&:CQ-L Umitiid  -* -1> .. ■  Vancouvor and Victoria  Last name appearing In, each permit  given is contractor.  15,730"-—   15,731.  2056—Mrs. Hutchinson;'957 24th E.  A. M. Jorgensen.  2057—Alexandra    Hotel,    Dater    &  Carrall.   D. Collie.  LOFFICIAL DIRECTORY    J-  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  c  Executive Department  Mayor  '..::.:..R. H. Gale  City Council  Ward 1 Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2  W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3 W. C. Marshall  Ward % 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 ...„ .....„...F. L. Fellowes  ;.   Building Department >  Building Inspector..'......R-. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Secretary-...'. ...S. J. Montgomery  Health   &   Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underhlll  Library  Librarian R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers, Chairman  A. C. J. Leek G. W. Hutchings  M. S. Logan       George Eldon        j  W. S. Rawiings, 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 E. F. Jones  Prosecutor R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief  J- H. Carlisle  PROPOSED.   NEW   WORK  C-_r_ot«r .- .Irtlimttd  Cost  Armory   _......_    $350,000  Harbor Works  .._ —   Bank & office bldg Not given  Hotel, C. N. Ry     VANCOUVER  Location   Owsn  Grandview   .:'._'.  Government  Kitsilano  Reserve-  Government  Hastings & Granville.  ....Royal Bank  False Creek Fill C. N. Ry. Co.  Architect nana XUady  Perry & Fowler — _ M  -LTOverniiient     I-Teparing'  No. archt. commissioned - yet   ■_ ».>  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Chaap Ratos'  £ *  r  UNION  STATION  'Pkono Seymour 40S  ' Z%.  rth"w t     MAIN STREET  n-PBOTE-EEHTS X-BTSD  Post Office I f26«.0M  Post Office   Concrete Garage   ~   4f  SZA__-Z,T BELOW ABE FBOPOSED  BUT EAVE BEES POSTPOBE9!  .$35,000  Gore and Keefer Dom. Govt  South Vancouver.  _ Dom. Govt  Fifth A Fir Sts Ford Motor Co.  Dom. -Govt Delayed  Dom.   Govt Delayed  ^ Delayed  Owners  > >   «?*  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and. Boilers • Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN . .DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Mlarhland 72S 2021 Wall St.  ,    VANCOUVER, B. C.  »i»i*i-i*.i.«.r^»»».|.».|.»,:,#,i,»._ ♦ i«■ i*i»i»•.♦••■»;♦ i ii».i.»4^.,8.1.  Ohamotev  .Coat  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Loc-tlon        Ownar  Architect .....  ..Plana Beady  PILING  AND  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.       I  Incorporated 1909 4>  1021-1024 Rog.r. Building Seymour 3998-3999   I  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  '♦^^^<^>♦«^^^^^<^^♦*^*^*^^i>^•^^«M.  +*^,***rt?^^**W*^  *♦{«*>«}•  Office 813-815 Boiver Bldg,  Vancouver, B. C.  _l i  DID YOU  KNOW?  WE SELL ||  ROOFING  \\  SHEATHING  WALLBOARD |jLETUS QU0T_  Smith  Davidson &  Wrisrhf- I r<r«  VANCOUVER   and   VICTOfoT tU'  THe largest paper house in the west »<  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard  fool control  Price $2.25  Gatrell & I-Iastincs  Sey.  2103 1259   Granville St  FORD CARS  GRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Suluvan-Tayi'or Motor Co.  250 Kingsway       Fair. 2730  BLACK BROS., LIMITED  Automobile Supplies—Car  Bodies  Tops and Seat Covers  Illi-15 Homer St ,    ....Sey. 6CS-69  LITTLE  GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  "AU thai the iXamc Implies"  Leslie W. Pfarson, Mgr.  Granville  al   Pacific              Sey     331  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co lo HILL. LTD.  EvERyTHINC   FOR  THE   MOTORIST  > i  Phone Seymour 6411 Quick  Service  IITTIE  GIANT TRUCK MA.WAGEB  MAKING GOOD BECORD.  CONSOLIDATED MOTOR CO., LTD.  Packard — Nash — Maxwell  Trucks  and Passencer  Cars  1230 Georgia St...... Seymour 4030  SEYMOUR TJRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear^Truck  Tires  ,, Motor Accessories  851 Peiider St. W „ Seyk 305>  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  Vulcanizing  1234 Granville  Sl. Sey.   1184  SAXON  SALES  COMPANY  Distributors for  SAXON AUTOMOBILES'  1272  Granville *Sl. Sey.3391  Mr. Leslie TV. Pearson, General Manager of the Little Giant Motor Truck.  Company. ' /  LITTLE GIANT TRUCKS  SELLING FAST HERE  SAYS  DEALER  FORTY    TRUCKS    OF    THIS     LINE  SOLD    IN   VANCOUVER    TERRITORY SINCE FIRST OF YEAR  Bringing the total of Little Giant  Trucks sold in this territory by the  Little Giant Motor Truck Co. to forty  ftjnce the first*of January, a shipment of  three carloads was received Hist week  and another carload was unloaded this  week.    Five more carloads are en route.  "Considering the fact that the Little  Giant Truck, although widely and,successfully u.sed in other parts of the coun-,  try, was practically unknown in Vancouver eleven months afro, we consider our  «ales record to date a nattering one,"  ihinapcr Pearson said yesterday,  "While the fir.st Little Giant we sold  lure eleven months ago was a novelty on  Vancouver thoroughfares, Little Giants  are now a common sight on the streets,  not only in this city, but throughout the  province. Purchasers include almost as  many lines of business as there are  Little Giant in use here.  "It Is not so much our sales, efforts  as the merits of the Little Giant, however, that enables us to make such a  splendid showing here. Purchasers of  earlier models are comins back for  more Little Giants, and with hundreds  of new converts being made all the  time,   the   problem   now   confronting  us  VANCOUVER CONCERN UTILIZES POWERFUL LITTLE GIANT  MOTOR  TRUCK  TO  SPEED UP ITS DELIVERIES  -44'"^''Z'ArZZ'f'>-/'>*,'  DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  Auto and Tire Repairs  Ship'that Imrsted tire to us; we can repair it, and you can get hundreds  of more miles for a small expense.; That tire you have with the rubber  worn off can be made to give 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 rignt. *»    bui-op-TOwar obsess becsxvx: prompt attebtxon  TWO SEBVZCE  CABS* AT YOtXB CAXX  1234 Granville St.   Phone Sey 1184' Vancouver,  '    TIME-SAVER  IN SERVICE  Little Giant Trucks are doing their share in transporting freight. Here is a Little Giant operated by  Burke & Cameron, 'and is used for delivery and heavy hauling work. This Little Giant/ was sold by Leslie W. Pearson,  Manager of the Little Giant Motor Truck Co., with headquarters at Granville and Pacific streets:- Despite the war  demands and  transportation  facilities  Mr. Pearson 'is able to get a very fair number for his, territory.  most 5s to meet the demand. We consider ourselves fortunate in sbeing able  to secure a comparatively large shipment of Little Giants at this time."  THREE RIBBED GUIDE TREAD  IS    MAKING    BIG    HIT  Mr.' E. I. Black, of the E. J. Black  Tire Co., 1250 Granville St., British  Columbia Distributors for the F. E.  Partridge Rubber Company,, states  that the new Three Ribbed Guide  Tread,  a front wheel tire-is making  a  big  hit- with   the   many   motorists  r  who have "given them a trial. That  they are proving popular is indi-.  cated by the number of orders Mr.  Black is receiving daily.  GATRELL &  HASTINGS  HAVE   A   BUSY   WEEK  Gatrell & Hastings,' Auto Accessor  ies dealers, 1259 , Granville St., who  are selling out' their entire stock  have had a very busy week. The  stock is being sold at sacrifice prices  and in many instances articles have  been marked at below' cost. A large  new stock . of > spring goods which  arrived just a short time ago are.included in the sale.    ' ,  ■*, • * *  MrK.^M.^H-^__-__E-ggs-g^:i,y i-h-h-1 ^^7ttT^^^^&&&  are <3on?#ted jfecx)^4u__t-l cacti?  jhflui'i ij"u,  T[      RUXTUN  is  the  way  out  of the  hauling  problem—the easy way, the economical way,  ' _.  ■     _• <■   «.«w Txrav     Take nearly any pleasure car, new or second-  ZT^ZXtZZZS* .-£___ -»**_ *■ or «_ __.  HclIlU.      »»c       , ,    rr^   :„„^_.-„4_.r.«- «f tfie  It doesn't only mean cutting down your expenses.  It will do the work of three teams. It means  LTng one driver dp three times as much-most  Sportant in these trying days of labor ah, .age.  It means increasing your delivery radius and keep-  ing^gs moving regularly "day-in and day-out.  With a TRUXTUN you are independent of the  sorely taxed railroads for shipping to nearby points  and anything which helps the railroads now helps  the whole country—helps win the war.  Let us send you complete details or arrange for a  demonstration.  1115  BLACK BROS. Limited  »*-^*w" ^rrnxn?  «5T?Y   668 Distributors for British Columbia  Kit STREET, VANCOUVER,  B. C, 1>H0N!_ SE_. 668 Znszv ^^  A Good  T.  *.  -1 i'i  The "Traction" or "Special"  mark is on  every pavement  and road   in   every   portion  of Canada.    *I Either   marl  is  :' ?$  __  e sure sign that all  well ahead.  Your Garageman Stocks  Dunlop Tires.  A. 86  g2g""g        FOKiWMMUS  Internal Gear Axle Drive  SlS35f "Sow 90 % of al. standard  trucks operate by shaft drive.  Th,. TRUXTUN has the additional advantage o/a solid forued nickel steel axle.  ffiatyu8inaE?uschdC onUUmoderate-  priced trucks.  NOT a Chain Drive  Ford Cars—Model  A,  lVi-ton  Inch   wheelbase    $416  inch   wheelbase    '.  425  Inch   wlu-clbuse     44C-  rord   Cars—Model   13,    2-ton  inch   whci'lbase      inch   wheelbase      540  Other Cars—Mod"l C, l'/i-ton  iu:h   I'riuiU!   length.. $425  uch   frame   length  <50  Other   Cars—Model   13,   2-ton  inch    fnmie   length $540  inch    frame   length   560  X rices F.O.B. Factory  SSSmSSSXSWBfSOB  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 9045  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS BRITISH COLUMBIA :REggg>  ^BAGL^M^^^^A=MMS£EJIdM£Sl  JtW^AQlJEY & SONS Ltd.  ^UP^RAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEL D0ES GOOD PRIHTIM"  =—rT"   „-;._     RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS.   METAL   CHECK  SEALS_^J    R»iJa    SIGNS     NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   .  KEV   TA5f_ SSisGUAR^EtD BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND PA  ___l ______-J    _•__    C1C    O  PHONE SEY. 316  PRICES  Moved to 516 PENDER  Z_B___Z  >•  V  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  PhMi StfWir 81IBy-Zz  \m,mm$*\zz  VancMW B. C.  A clever woman shuts up and listens 115-45 ft. long;   not less than 10 inch  a UC . . .-      1 ,1iam_f_r   at.   t.hfi   tOD.  HLE DRIVING CO.  umitko  *. A. Joaae, *W*.  WHARr BUILDING;  „.. , BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  "CLIVE"  General Towing >  Owners off Tu*  324FnwtSt„ Hew Westminster  Telephone 1015  when  the  right  man  about himself.  begins  to  taut  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Tenders addressed to the undersigned will be received for the erection of one-room schools. Details  to be had from the Building Superintendent, Room 21, School Board offices.  The lowest or any tender net necessarily accepted.  GERALD UPTON  (H.H.)  Secretary   School  Board.  Vancouver, June 5th, 1918.  diameter at the top  3—50 ft. long;   not less than 10 inch  diameter at the top.  1—55 ft. long;   not less than 10 inch  diameter at the top.  Poles   to   be   delivered   where   required   in   the   City,   particulars   of  which can be obtained from the City  Electrician.  T. J.  THOMAS,  City Hall,                  Acting City Clerk.  May 29th, 191&    NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR*.  NEW DENVER SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tend-  er for New Denver, School" will.be re:  ceived.by'the Honorable the Minister  'of Public Works up to 12 o'clock, noon  'of, Friday,.the 21st day of June, 1918.  for. the erection, and completion,^ a  two-room /school and outbuildings at  New Denver in the Slocan Electoral  District, B. C., , " ■ •  Plans, specifications., forms oL.tena-.  er and conditions of Contract may be  seen now at the office of the Government  Agent,  Courthouse,  Vancou,  ver. , i      '  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,    *  Victoria, B. C, May 31st; 1938.  TENDERS FOR CAST IRON PIPES,  Etc.  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for  furnishing cast Jron pipes and specials  and lead for William*Head, B. C. Quarantine Station," will be received at  this office until 4 p.m. on,,Friday, June  7, 1918, for above piping materials, for  water.' service, at Quarantine Station,  William Head,* B.C.  The following quantities are required : (1) .Cast.iron pipes about, 372  tons." (2)' Standard special castings  about 34 tons. (3) Pig lead for jointing pipes about 35 tons. Each person  or firm may tender for any or all of  the above materials, but a< separate  tender., shall be submitted, for, each.  (No bulk or conditional tender will be  entertained:)  •Specification and forms of tender  can be obtained at the offices of the  Chief Architect, Department of Public  Works, Ottawa; of the District Engineer, Victoria, B. C; Chipman &  Power, Engineers, Mail Building, Toronto Ont., and the Overseer of Dominion   Buildings,  Post Office,. Montreal,  P. Q.  Persons   tendering are notified . that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the forms supplied, and  signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and the place of residence of  each    member of the. firm  must  be  given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered.  bank, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per,  cent (10%) of the amount of the ten:  der. which will'be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Jnto a  contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted  for. If the tender be not'accepted the  cheque wiil be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.,  By order,*  R. C. DESROCHERS,-  . Secretary. ••  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 17. 1918. .,  i t  I  - •    X  i Vancouver Gas Appliance Co. j  AGENTS FOR  *  5  McttARn RANGES  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. *  Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Tender  for Resurfacing portions ofv Island  Highway and Colwood Road," will be  *, v-A- -.General. Agent*  .,„, .'   ,  Indemnity .Company of .Canada and  The Liverpool jt London * ™«  Insurance Ca, Ltd.r. We mU"complete' protection- including loss  V^through .      ,-    ' -j  Fire,   Thin.  Collision,'j^Pm*  Damage andPeraonal Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  LIMITED  Winch Bide.     ' -739- Hastings St. W.  W    Estab1886        Vancouver, B.C._.  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANGING aid KALSOMINING  Ssy. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  TELEPHONE DATA  * lf_5W IHSTAliHATIOHS  _T_TN__   1    1918 **■'--  Robertson   & kackett,   Woodyard    1550   OranvlUe   Lane, Wood & Co.,   Barristers, olO Hastings AN ■      •  JUNE 3, 1918.      "*..„,.        j    v  Arch.   A..   Broker.   602   Hastings  \\ ' •"  Vancouver City Market,   11S&  Main p. - ; ■  CHfANOES.     ,  ssS)»s: ff= „.-«__.•». * • ■  207  Hast.   \Y -;- •.   fled cws^oelef^Organlzations, from   207-HastJngs  W.  to  11   Dei ,423  Hamilton    _„";;- "•iT.''T~"V^Tfirnn'vili_  w_   «,p   "«"-   Wonder ^Millinery Shop,  from STS Granville to   -.6 Grain Hie....  received  by the  Honorable  the  Min-j - - _^____  ister of Public Works up to 12 no_n  of Friday, 'the 14th June, 1918, for the  carrying, out of the above ^vork*.  -Drawings.1   specifications,   forms   of  contract; and tenders may _e,seen at  the office,ofJ the   Public Works; Engineer, , Parliament? Buildings; Victoria  B   C   or the office of the-District En-,  gineer, Vancouver, B. C.,;on abd after  June 1st, 1918.'  <•   '*    /     '>.* v  ^ 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 tender 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 he 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 unless made out on the forms supplied  and signed with the actual signature  of the tenderers.  The lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,     •  Public -Works Engineer.  Department   of   Public  Works,  Victoria. B. C, May 28th- 1918.  c   Sey.   Sey,   Sey.   JTair.  ] 1 25  •122  ,]3SG  3221  *  *  s  Industrial and Household  f  Gas Fittings  t   Pair. 16G3   Sey. 1*1 CO  l*  '. Sey. 1839-   -...Sey. 1SS5  ♦  *  *  t  x  *-  !-**<;  C. Bain, Manager  *■ „ ■"■ - *y  767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 801  i^*,,.^--*.^.^^  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steam fitting  1033 Granvllile St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SALMON ARM SCHOOL  Sealed'tenders.' superscribed '-'Ten-  der for Salmon Arm School," will he  received by the Honorable the .Minister of Public Works'up to 12 o'clock  noon of Tuesday, the 11th day of  June, 1913, for the erection and completion of a four-room school at Salmon Arm, in. the Kamloops Electoral  District,  B.  C.  Plans, specifications, forms of ten-  der and conditions of contract can  now be seen at the office of the Government Agent, Court House, Van-  couver.  Lowest   or  any   tender  not   necessarily accepted. .    -AV  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C, May 17, 1918-     _  JLtaiinmub  G. ttflgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER  ELECTRICAL  DEPARTMENT  Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up to  1   P.m. Friday, Juno  7th, 1918, for supply  of poles of the  following dimensions:  No. required. .  4-30 ft. long;   not less than 10 inch  diameter at the top.  12-35 ft. long;   not less than 10 inch  diameter at the top.  26—40 ft. long;   not less than 10 inch  diameter at the top.  ,r  ft_w/mxiii<J  The ordinary truck, that  can   operate   on  ^QfftMo^  nothing but gasoline-or the Little; Giant truck  Q^ j^t^xhWC  3Jt burns kerosene, distillate, gasoline ^d other  low grade fuels or the Little Giant that reduces  operating costs at least 50 per cent.  Little Giant Motor trucks have been on the — rZ"''jL'^  market for nine years and thousands are now in ^ ujWOli_«nfln  daily use in all lines of business. ^  Manufactured and -^"^^fe:^  Chicago Pneumatic ^Tool Company, a $14,000,001)  ^j^f^^ak  Company.  Made in 1, 2 and 31-2 ton capacities.  Now   on   exhibition  at  our  salesrooms   or  telephone Sey. 331 for demonstration.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co,  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  n      ,.;n_ of P-ipifif* Vancouver  c<       ,s,,- -}Q-i Granville at i acinc

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