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 L_M_P_BM___PV_P'VHBHB_i>s«_PV*BVs9V_^p>)_HBPssBiBPBiP-Be^  TISH  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 9, Friday, June 28, 1918.  :Wtm  :p:»;  FIREPLACE  MANTELS, GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL ASSORTED STOCK.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marble Work.  STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  BUILDING  MATERIAL  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. *48-55? Seymour St.  * A Man Is Accounted  of  ACCOUNT'   if    he    has    a    bank  ACCOUNT.      No, account   is    too  srniall to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  __• A  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446   Hastings   St.  W.  j.  p. MacDOHALD,  Manager  '/  Bo9ts - Nuts - Bars - Sp  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Go.| JLtl^fc#5  12! 14 Pender St., E. ':bx:bXAb^    HlghiandxtS^T3  Vancouver, b. CAxxx:bbxAbA:A:yxbbAAbblbA'-,j  BUILDING  PERMITS  AVLOVMTXMO  TO  S500  OB  OVER ISSUED AT  THE  VANCOUVER CITT HALL TBBTBMBAT  Number  Description  Cost  9313—Cannery   1)314—Dwelling    $4,9uw  , $900   ,__,_.,  Street Address  Lot  and Bloc-  Front Street 23, 24, 25-3  3C38 Sophia 10-48  Subdivision  Architect  200a.  301 .  ...A. E. Henderson  J       c  Contractor  Address  S.J. Hewitt 954—17th W.  Owner  3638 Sophia  Owner  Address  Dominion Canneries.  E. Stopforth    Front St.   3638 Sophia  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  Ft.ofColumbia av  Clayburn Firebrick and other Clayburn Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.  i  EL£CTRICmL\ CHGifNtEHS  M  "bb'%bAbBMn.bbbb Axxxyx:  Power  Installations  Genoral Eloctrical Construction  StaH-. BaU BiiMat  »«C0im - WHMHPE6  X^'b:'xSi&  'bbbfbAA  mum  bAA^0A  :bAybl;0A:  .m'y.mmi  AA<$M&  ■yy-y.&iiifcz  . y.x  -»  _  Lumber   Verteer    Panels,  Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  We aro also Sole   Agents  for   the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  . .-   . and Birch Flooring.     -  J. FYFE SMlfH CO. LIMITED  „. .      ,   oi ~ % Vancouver, B. _.  1320 Richards St.  ,  /*  < i  THE  °bW.  GENERAL RAILWAY & CONTRACTORS  .- . ., ;^:;S':#uf>F_iES *;ff;,Vr- -V'-  Sol«-Aarcn_sln Gumda Tor  M.._v    ^--fj'ra^   " ' '  >   X     v   '  Chicago !^$¥_0!fi^<fel^  ?5  Boye^Rlvetlnr* Chipping. *«# mjj"^ "'? ???^  "' _"Ji v. VEIectrts Tools;  Rock .Drills; ;A!rCo/npressors, ,-   „     ,  ■fcA   OV  ' — „•   .-, ^Fuel-tfil and Gas Engines.      .,...   w,  ,.T•n?l,^      -      - '...,_-   PkiuSty. 1BS5       *■ i  4-     »>rT*  ;  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  . _   *      ...  ,-       - SUCCESSORS.TO c '_, -    -  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and  Phene Seymour 715S  Vancouver,  1      BUILDING PERMITS,,. "J  9312—W. J. Murdock, 1532—2nd E.,  garage, §100.  ' 9315—It. 'C. Cooper,. 1264—1,1th W.,  garage, ?l00.f  ADDITION   IS  MADE .TO'  SOPHIA STREET DWELLING  ' -E. Stopforth is remodeling his home  at 3638 Sophia Street. -The improve-,  ments will cost S900™.     ''      . '   ■', -"v  NOTICE.  Monday, July 1st,' being a Dominion  holiday, there will be no issue "of the  Record on that day.  1150 Homer Street  B. C.  .DOMINION CANNERIES/LTD.,*  ^;^     > "MAKE NEW ADbtfIONS  Architect   A.   E. .Henderson,. 39-40  Davis, Chambers Building; has awarded  a. contract ,to fsT'-J^Hewitt.'^Sf^lJth  W.', for the construction of a new.galvanized  iron  boiler house and  other  improvements at-the plant of the Dominion  "Canneries,    Ltd.,    on    Front  Street.    The   new   addition   and   improvements will cost $4,900.  -—r ;  _o_do_, Mug.  stssal  Wlnntpsr  Toronto  Tancouvsr, B. C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION -TESTS -CONSULTATION  STEEL,    CEMENT;     BUILDINGS;    BRIDGES,    PIPE,     RAILS.     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL/LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  soa Hastlncrs W.. "Vancouver, B. C  Csmsnt Tsstlng; l-anorawr f. Boom 1601 j Physical T«,.tln_ liaborat.ry. Koom Bl  v        Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  ARCHITECT ASKS FOR  TENDERS FOR   ROTARY CLINIC  Architect J. A. Benzie. 429 Standard  Bank Bldg., is asking for tenders for  'the construction of the Rotary Clinic.  General Trades, Plumbing and Heating  will be asked for separately.  Owing to a few changes in the plans  of the grounds it will be Tuesday before the Architect, Mr. Benzie will be  in readiness for figures. Notice of ten-  derappears on page 4.  BUILDING NEWS  FROM SEATTLE  $58,455 ROAD CONTRACT LET    .  "TSEATTLE.^—The board^ t of \ King  county * commissioners - yestercay  awarded to the'J. -A. Fletcher Co.,  •liuzer^eYA^artn^ntSf^he-^oiittact^to,  pave 2.31 miles of permanent"'highway  'No. -18, beginning, at the south' limits  ofvKenfc _nd running thence north rto-  -ward-Orilla, on.-a bid,of ?oS,4oo.20. . i  - Approxiniately «27,326 square yards  of one-course paving will be laid.  The bids received for the paving of  permanent highway No. 18 follow:  J. A. Fletcher & Co $5S,455.20J  Kaiser Paving Co  64,314.34  R. M. Hardy   64,500.00  County engineer's estimate— 57,979.43  No bids were received'in response  to the county's call for the paving of  permanent highway No. 19 (Tolt-Falls  City project), estimated by the county  engineer to- cost $25,000.  • '■'-,'■ '■ 'y'AyAi''b'CL«:Ab'A \\s-'A*^s£&ffij$  \i'\A''wAA}b;-'bAAj;bjt ;'y./. A'<ij&t'£}.$tfjt+.  Ki.Ay y >/'v:Uv y- '■ - l-f/ 'MMf- '■. f' jS^fe  ti' v V':V. -'!";--*--," '*-,A" ~bAK"'A.b.'Js'i'l$$ac$G&a  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter i^ii^i^^iiii^iJliiiP  r -   ^hipping. Hammers-Wood Barfr^fn#g1^fl|^^^!|>inife***  ,.T , , _ ijiigh Speed Steel---fffiii^^  Complete Stocl^li^liatteSsoi?^^         ;™Xi:%iiy&}iZ:%?$i^y?hiy'pyXi^  ■mAbWbAm*$!h>on&&t^$  ^v,^'v,--.-.i^;j:;^-;-nLH.^^'.3;-T-rt'v5v;-ir;^--/  m£m:mb:bbMAAms^  '*'X^iyXi-^-yWx!!$^%$¥#§  bAA?xAbmbbAbMM  AM Ax miAM?AmM  1 144 HOMER ST.  \Akmx:^^mmiM0  I tyx'A, \mbAi ''•jA.b'^.A\-*A-'-'': ^tv'^ffi.'ij ?''£■;  PORT HAMMOND  NOTES.  The Port Hammond Cedar Mill  Company are kept busy pumping, but  otherwise have not yet been incommoded by the rising waters of the  Fraser. The company are making extensive additions to their plant, which,  when completed, will double the-capacity of their shingle' and lumber mill  output.  CALL BIDS ON 77 MILES  OF  IDAHO  HIGHWAYS  Bids are officially called by the State  Highway Commission of Idaho, until  July 11, for the construction of approximately 77 miles of highway. This call  covers one of the largest highway development projects undertaken in the  Northwest this year. The new highways are to be located in Custer and  Lemhi counties, Idaho.  cx__nrB_s. __ro_B_, p_l_t_^ teb_, cb_o_nr_  COMP__TX->T EQTTIPPEI) r_BWCATWO SHOPS ^  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COX Ltd.  rairmont 8396 and 3397  TaaoouTsr, S. O.  ;AybA  y.-tiXA  bW'iAi  GILLEY BROS. Limited  DBA-BBS  IN  TRATL NOTES.  An unconfirmed rumor is afloat that  Trail has been selected as the site for  the new steel plant that is to be  erected in' Western Canada with assistance in the way of bonuses from  the Federal and Provincial Govern  ment.  in close proximity to the largest body  ofl;suitable iron ore in British. Columbia.  CAMP  LEWIS  ICE  PLANT  WILL COST $72,000.00  TACOMA, Wash.—The ice plant and  ice storage building at Camp Lewis  will be completed in July and will have  a capacity of 20 tons of ice per day,  and will. have cost $.72,000.  FIRES  Fire at the Hanbury mill on False  Creek ���yesterday afternoon did  about  The' reason^grve'iTis "that" it is j $1,000 damage in the^boiler-room.  DAWSON".—Fire damage estimated  at approximately $75,000 was caused  to the machine shops of the Canadian  Klondike Mining Company at Bear  Creek.  Balfour Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bar8;.in7Westerh-'''!Cana4a.'^:-We--'Ciat-.tO;  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars..'.b'''--'^y'':';---  BOLTS:— . ■A'xA'WAAx'bK'':',". 'yy ■ ;A^A  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.       We are prepared  to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST  IRON  WASHERS,  ETC. . ' C  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 S037  Xlb  Wm  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  BIG SAWMILL TO BE BUILT  PORTLAND, Ore.—A sawmill with  j a capacity of 1,000,000 feet a day, ano  in other respects equipped to make it  the largest mill on the Pacific Coast,  and probably second largest in the  country, has been designed in Port-  laud, for the United States Government, as part of its spruce production  programme. The mill will'be erected  on the Olympic peninsula on the shore  of Lake Pleasant, near Beaver, in Clallam Count.}-, Wash., and about r>0 miles  west of Port Angeles.  NEW WESTMINSTER.—Damage to  the extent of several hundred1- dollars  was caused when fire broke out in the  rear part'of the Model Grocery, located at 30S Sixth Street.  CLE BLUM, Wash.—Thirty blocks  of this city were swept by fire Tuesday afternoon and more than 1,500  persons are homeless. The loss is  estimated at $1,500,000.  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B.  C. AOEWTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR   COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GRANVILLE ST..  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR LIFT PUMPS  PHONE 9162  Are You LooWngf for a  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splpnclld proposition to offer you. A three-story mill rpn-  fstnit'tod biillilirif,', 80xti!0, and 70 foot vacant land adjoining, located on tne  corner of Victoria Drive and Albert Street. This is a mortise sale and the  price and terms will suit you.    Let us show you this.  GENERAL ADKIN-STBATION SOCIETY  Credit Ponder mag.  850 Hastings Street Weat  Forgings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John ReicJ, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, B. C  ___ii.fai.__-_,  ^Ab^k BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  \'A-  W "■  Km' :r ...  kA?A •', -  British Columbia Record  Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  RRCORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  Telephone Seymour 7808.  Address:   5S3  Homer-Richards Lane  Rear of 431  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Sates  One month  $1.00  81x   months  $5.00  Payable strictly In advance.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Tenders will be received on or before  5 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, July 2nd, for  , the erection and, completion of a  Frame Public School Building, on Quadra Street, for the Municipality of the  District of Saanich.  Drawings and specifications may be  seen at the office of the undersigned.  Lowest  or  any tender   not   necessarily accepted.  C. EL WOOD WATKINS,  Victoria, B. C. Architect.  SHIPBUILDING » MARINE  3.  rvi.n.ng News  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS "  Department of the Naval Service.  TENDER FOR WHARF.  SEALED TENDER addressed to the  undersigned,   and   endorsed   "Tender  for Coaling Jetty," will be received up  to noon on the 15th July, 1918, for the  reconstruction of therCoaling Wharf at  -H.M.C. Dockyard, Esquimalt, B. C.  Tenders should be accompanied by  certified cheque for Ten Per Cent, of  the amount of the tender.  Plans, specifications and permission  to view the site may.be obtained from  the undersigned or from the Captain  Pacific American Fisheries, Beliingham, Blythedale, 3500.  Seaborn Shipyards, Tacoma,' Chimo,  3500.  Sloan Shipbuilding Corporation, Seattle, Sewickley, 3500.  Tacoma Shipbuilding 'Company, Ta-  ships  and  S.800   tons   of steel  ships, jcoma, Coloma 3500, Fossett 3500.  while the Puget Sound district will on      Wright Shipyards, Tacoma, Bourne-  GREAT LAUNCHINGS  ON JULY FOURTH  131,000 Tons of Shipping to Slip From  Ways  of  Northwest—High  Officials to Come  The Oregon district will launch on  July  Fourth  36,000   tons   of   wooden  the  same  day launch   53,500  tons  of  wooden ships and 32,600 tons of steel  ships.  Below will be found the names of  the ships and the yards of the Puget  Sound district, at which they will be  launched:  Steel Vessels ,        ,   *  S. B. Todd Company, Seattle, Puget  Sound, 7500.  Seattle * Construction   Company,   Seattle, Delight, 7500. r-  Skinner & Eddy, Stattle, West Gam-  ville, 3500.  Bainbridge 'Colby, of   the   Shipping  Board, is planning to visit the important shipyards of the Pacific Coast in  company with Charles M. Schwab du/-'j jjst  ing July.   The itinerary of the party)  has  not yet been  completed, further  than an agreement by,Mr. Colby to be  aLSan. Francisco on July 4."  LeRoi and Center Star, Rossland,  now being worked together, will hereafter have their tonnage reported, together.  Good reports are sent regarding the  progress of development of the JNlolly  Gibson mine in the Burnt Basin district, the values being largely in gold.  Granby is almost ready to begin  development of the Velvet, recently  taken under option from its English  owners, the unwatering being about  completed.  Two new shippers are on the current weekly Trail ore receipt report.  Aspen Grove, Merritt, sent 30 tons, and ,  Cork-Province, Kaslo, sent 49 tons of  its rich silver-lead concentrates.  So   far   this   year   82   mines   have  shipped to the Consolidated smelter in  Trail a total of 169,531 tons of ore and  concentrates.    Last   year    for    same  l,(i5erioa\ there were 102 mines  on   the  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 rlastlnsr Sts. 'PhoncSeymourSoon  U8E  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive Cemenf  British Columbia Yards  , Superintendent, H.M.C.' Dockyard.   _3s:  quintal-    . "   r  b 'G;J. DESBARATS,/  Deputy Minister of'the Naval Service.  Department Naval Service,  '     Ottawa, May 31, 1918.  notice to contractors  Richmond; district.  •Bridge, Fraser; River, Twigges Island  to  Lulu  Island, 120 foot Wooden  Howe4 Truss,' and '240 feet of Pile  Trestle.   ' .    b]\  .,-Sealed'/'tenders/ , endorsed ; "Tender  ' for Howe'Truss Span and,Pile Trestle," will be/received at the Department of Public «Works,'Victoria, B. C>  '-1-, up to noon of the 2nd' day of July for  the erection and completion of a wooden Howe Truss Span "and 240 ,feet of  'APile Trestle over the-'Fraser   River,  'Cnear'I-ilu,Island. _; - -'-■■    ■ .'" ?      '*  ,'-' Drawings,v specifications,' forms   of  contract and'tender may, be seen at  the ^office .of the   District   Engineer,  Court 'House, Vancouver, B. C, on and  < after the 25th1 inst: a j . -  *  r Eachvtender .must be  accompanied,  py-an accepted~_ank;cheque orr certifi-'  Tcate of t deposit, .made payable to the  Public   Works   Engineer  for  a' sum  equal to twenty percent. (20%) of the  tender,; as security* for the due fulfilment 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 not neces-  -earily accepted.  Department of Public Works,  Vancouver, B. C, June 25th, 1918.  bo, 8800.  Duthie    & ,,Co.,    Seattle;   Western  Cross, 8800. r  a      Wooden Vessels  Meacham & Babcock, Salmon Bay,  Daca,, 3500.  Meacham & Babcock, Seattle, Wayu.  can, 3500.^  Allen   Shipbuilding  Company,  Seattle, Sosworth, 3500.-  Nilson   &   Kilez,   Seattle,  Forster,  3500. - -  Following is a list of the'Shipbuilding  companies of British Columbia now actively engaged iu< ship construction or  recently, organized:  Steel S_lpbnl_U-_ Plant*.  Couch Ian Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Wallace  Shipyards,.* North  Vancouver.  - - .4 <• s Wood Shipbaildi-g- , Plants.  Cameron Genoa Mills .Shipbuilders Ltd.,  - Victoria.  Foundation Company af B. C, Ltd., Victoria. „,,  Lyall   Shipbuilding  Co.,  North  Vancouver. -,~ , , .. *  New; Westminster   Kn_.   A   Const.    Co.,  - Poplar. Island.    *"  Pacific Construction-Co., .Ltd.,  Port  Coquitlam."'  "-*.»-       ..       . . >  Standard   Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver. J  Wallace Shipyards, Ltd.. Vancouver. „».,*.,«. c oon . „* _,  Western   Canada   Shipyards * Ltd.,- "Van- about C'000 tons of ore monthly.  Today is the serai-monthly payday  for employees at the Trail smelter and  refineries, when the usual amount of  around $65,000-is being distributed to  something like 1,100, employees for the  first half of June.'  Last Wednesday Granby' 'declared  its usual quarterly dividend of two and  a half per cent., amounting to $374;692,  payable August 1st. This will'make a  total of 110,198,895' paid in ^dividends  by this company in the-la_t 20 years  nearly. , -    :  • Ab; ' -'  Hedley Gold has/deciared.rahother  dividend o£,15 cents per.share;jpayable  June 29, amounting to ?36,006,;hiaking  a total of'$£376,000 in dividend's. - The  company has-a 40-stamp milf',i'n the  Similkameen . country * and  is  milling  (  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Fre.g Booklet  MANUFACTURED. BV  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street       -       .        VANCOUVER   e  Phone B»y. 772  C.  Bamberton Cement  .  V  \0*u:  Bulldos Cable  Pacific Lime  %^~  "W ^ .* (l£h. j^ &v.  '>vtfi -i  f_,V. WINCH :_fe  >-  , Kvi*-_  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize In prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  -J 4,  •B^EtECTRLC  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Hon   Seymoir   5000   an_   have   oir   rtpresentatrvt   calf  invar  Victoria  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  BY   PATRONIZING  IPROl^OSED   NEW    WORK  I    OPPICIAL DIRECTORY    |  ' '»^^^^'^»^^*^^♦^^»4^»^♦♦•'g>4^,.H,^H'^.  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor R. H. Gale  City Council  Ward 1 ~. Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2  W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3  W. C. Marshall  Ward 4  Jos. Hosk'ins  Ward 5 W. R. Owen  Ward 6  S. C. Elliot  Ward 7  Frank B. 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. Pilklngton  Engineering Department  Engineer F. L. Fellowes  Building Department .-, .,  Building Inspector. Jt. Av^icKenzie  Water Department  Secretary .......l......;....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 i  M. 8. Logan       George Eldon        l  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  '■'.:....  Light Department  Btectr^ciah,,....-.  ...:.C. H. Fletcher  Street-. Sewers Department  Superintendent John Morton  police Department  Police Magistrate.- H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk -• E. Robinson  Solicitor H. F. Jones  Prosecutor R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief  ..-.- J. H. Carlisle  Ob_r_otw.........  Armory  ...  Harbor Work*    Bank _ offlce bids-.  Hotel, C. N. Ky.   ttadjCosi  $310,000  _Not given  VANCOUVER  £oeatloa  Own*t  Orandview    . . .. Government  Kitsilano- Reserve   _. Govornment  Hastings A Orauville Royal Bank  False Creek Fill C. N. Ry. Co.  —robiteot 91_as Soady  Perry _ Fowler    Government   "5»reDarTn_  No archt. commissioned yet__ '  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Wb»t   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  ry  b^~-  Chaap Rates'  UNION  STATION  for storage  'Phono Saymour 405  MAIN STREET  OVZ-CBHT8 -___-»<  Post Ofllce   Pout Offlce   Concrete Garage  .1260,000  ...135,000  OXATKX.T BXZ.OW.__UB PmPFOSBD BVT BAVZ BBBV POSTFOBXD:  Gore and Keefer —Dom. Govt  South Vancouver.. 'X —Dom. Govt  Fiftb A Fir Sts. Ford Moter Co.  Dom. Govt.  Dom. Govt  Owners    ...Delayed  ...Delayed  Delayed  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN . . DISTANCE   NO  OBSTACLE  Telephone Highland 72S  VANCOUVER, B. C  2021 Wall St.  •i*i*nitit'w»>t^*»i^t* ♦■.♦.<l,.„(M1„„«1,|,H->  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  O-araetsc  •••••«,  ....Oost  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  £oeatloa               .   Owner  Architect Jnmam a^ay  *  !  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c - 30c  ARMSTRONG. MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  PILING-. POLES  FIR. CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length --any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1808  1021-1024 Rogar. Bulling 8iymp|ir 3998:3999  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in British Columbia. The paper is  of excellent, uniform quality and of great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. &~>.  . \> i (>t, iMi*fJ   " ■  ■vfj  "  ""'   X A !*>%%& #sA  '„_«  '' >'W/J^THUnrSHVi.  •ft*'—!  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard fool control  Price $2.25  Gatrell & Hastincs  Sey.  2108 1259 Granville St.  badly creased tube, that it is impossible to lavish too much care and  attention on his tires, and on all the  little details connected with them.  "Time and-again I have insisted that  a tube must be placed evenly inside a  casing, and that every crease must be  got rid of at all costs."  FORD .CARS  GRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Sullivan-Taylor Motor Co.  250 Kingsway ..Fair. 2730  BLACK BROS,, LIMITED  *" Automobile Supplies—Car Bodies  Tops and Seat Covers  1111-15 Homer St Sey. 663-69  LITTLE  GIANT   MOTOR TRUCKS  "All thai the Name Implies"  Leslie W. Pearson, Mgr.  Granville  at   Pacific     Sey.    331  TRUCKS   USED TO  HAUL  ORE.  Ait the Granby mines at Phoenix  auto trucks are now largely used in  place of horses.  NEW   AUTO   LICENSES.  A complete list of autos licensed  from June lst to June 22nd, inclusive,  will be found on page 4. Each week  these records appear in this paper.  tons—hauls ranging from four to  twelve miles, from thei different  ranches to a central packing shed, for  .016 cents per box—60 cents per ton.  H. J. Tucker, 833 Pender St. West,  is local agent for the Federal truck.  MICHELIN TIRES «t ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone Seymour 6411.... Quick  Service  CONSOLIPATED MOTOR CO., LTD.  Packard,— Nash — Maxwell  Trucks and  Passenger Cars  1230 Georgia St  Seymour 4030  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  , -      Tires  v             XMotor Accessories  851 Pender Si. W....'. L—Sey. 3053  FEDERAL TRUCK SAVES  APPLES IN WASHINGTON  It was necessary to do it, or a considerable quantity of Washington's  excellent apples would have gone to  waste. Johnston and Anderson, Entiat,  Wash., proceeded to keep these apples  fit for the market. They worked in  shifts—7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., 7 p.m. to  6:30 a.m.—with their two-ton Federal  for ninety-five days. In this time they  hauled  53,927   boxes  of   apples—1078  HOCKLEY  IS NOT  DOOLEY DISCIPLE  The Inimitable Mr. Dooley says that  the thick end of a baseball bat will  convince a man more quickly thaa any  argument.  "I must confess, however," says  George C. Hockley, of the Davie Vulcanizing Co., "that in the present case  at least the Dooleyan method does not  appeal   to  me.  "For even as the pen is sometimes  mightier than the sword, so the thing  itself is more convincing than a mere  description, and I believe I can persuade the motorist, by showing him,a  SAXON SALES COMPANY, BUILDS HOPES ON THIS WINNER  FOR 1918 SELLING SEASON  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  Vulcanizinc  1234 Granville Si. Sey.  1164  SAXON  SALES  COMPANY  Distributors for  - SAXON' AUTOMOBILES .  1272 Granville Si. - Sey.339! ]  The above .photograph shows E. J. Cameron.-Saxon Distributor, in one of his  handsome new models. ., . -  Advertising is a steady drive for  business. How to do it most, intelligently is an important subject of  consideration in every successful business.  TIT FOR TAT  VANCOUVER MILLING AND GRAIN COMPANY BUY SECOND  LITTLE GIANT TRUCK WITHIN YEAR FROM  LESLIE W. PEARSON  The new one-ton Little Giant Truck shown in this photograph recently was  added to the motor equipment of the Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, being  the second one purchased by this concern within a year.  Mrs. Benton Ilplme (engaging new  'cook)—Why did you leave your lasf  place?- „    , '•  Bridget Burns—Shure; an' why did  yez last cook lave yez?  \  Real Beer Echo.  Guide—Sir, there is an extraordinary e'cho to ,be heard at this spot.  For instance, suppose you shout "Two  mugs of beer!" as loud as you can,  and listen."  Simple Tourist—Two mugs of beer!  (Pause.)    I can't hear the echo.  v Guide—No, sir.   Well, anyhow, here  comes the beer! •'".  S.j.     ^-W-  fr"   hi  _ i V r#1 *,_■_.  r   ..-fl   VfcV  .*•. i r  X-:-'-i"s% v\,-Vri»>--:  Z*'  5 *?-  ■i-l^'S.  .s4r<')  4  »-K -;,5- -i'-p,ym.-A:m*\<$  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  THE rpLACE    FOR   AUTO   AND   TIRE    REPAIRS  KB. MOTORIST:—  . When your tires need repairs—When your car needs repairs—When you  have trouble of any description—When you netfd new tires or tubes—When  you need prompt and careful service at Reasonable Prices.  1234 Granville St:  Seymour 1184  Vancouver, B. C.  «  A Lap Ahead  99  <-  j _,  Dunlop Tires—"Traction,"  "Special"—represent doing  best -VrKat otKervtir^ may  ,-      *-      ''      '       ""        "      X :-T > ' \     "    <t-__  ave been t_ymg=tQ,dp iryell.  !' B.U.MLQP, TIRES  Powerful  Durable -• Attractive -Economical  Dependable -• Quiet  vrikhihsL  Duurut-_A^  .'» .i  '*'  The above is a little definition Webster would have  given the words LITTLE GIANT, after having examined  the truck that bears that name.  LITTLE GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  When you buy a LITTLE GIANT TRUCK you are  dealing direct with the Factor^ who are right here on the  ground to look after you and give you the service that  only a Factory Branch can give   with   a   large   stock   of  parts.  Phone Sey. 331 and make an appointment. We are  only too pleased to talk over your hauling problems.  Little Giant Motor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. PEARSON, Manager.  Ck !£________  di pju\rrivbi  !, OX CWUj  omd ai/uCA.:  TTlottmifl&  TTUmbotuOi-  the  Seymour 331  Granville at Pacific  Vancouver  MuvVw  t1_-M_;__a»ffgi«wB»«M»T_^^  __________  AUTO TOPS, DELIVERY BODIES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  COMMERCIAL AUTO SPECIALISTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  FUNERAL CARS AND AMBULANCES  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  ONE, ONE-AND-A-HALF AND TWO-f ON  TRUCK  ATTACHMENTS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  PAINTING AND VARNISHING  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  SEAT COVERS AND TRIMMINGS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TWO AND FOUR-WHEEL TRAILERS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TRACTORS  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WAGON HEARSES CONVERTED  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  WELDING, MACHINING, WHEEL AND ENGINE  WORK  TUPPER & STEELE, LTD.  TUPPER & STEELE, Ltd  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Phones Bay. 138 and 139.  1667-9 Third Ave., W.  '■rt I  w  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS99  A. Q. BAGLEY & SO^IS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  S^ALS     STENCILS,   ROBBER   AND   METAL  STAMPS,   METAL   CHECKS,  TIME   CHECKS,  Krv   TAGS     BRASS   SIGNS.   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY, PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 , Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  1;  \  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  15th.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. JO-Mr MgT.  '?><"  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  " '''ETC., . „-  Owners off Tug "CLIVE"  /  General  Towing  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  TENDERS FOR ROTARY  INSTITUTE.  The Trustees of the Rotary Club of  Vancouver invite tenders for the erection of a clinic building to Be built on  City land.  Sealed tenders to be in the hands of  the architect not later than 5 p.m., July  General Trades, Plumbing and Heating to be tendered for separately. Each  tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Trustees  of the Rotary Club, of value equal to  10 per cent of the amount of the tender.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Plans, specifications and forms of  tender to be had on and after Monday  July lst, at the office of James A. Benzie, architect, -129 Standard Bank Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  By order,  EDWARD CANNELL/  Secretary.  Vancouver, B. C, June 27th, 1918.,  bank, payable to the order of the Mln«  ister of Public Works, equal to 10 p.c.  of the amount of the tender.  By order.  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  t    Ottawa, June 6, 1918.  c324 Front St.  New Westminster  0i^:mm'  &fe__V-V_ ...7  IwAi-"-- -'  $&&Zi* ^     '   '"-'"'  PROPOSALS   WANTEIJ  _rXSCE--AV_OTTB   -BOFOSaIL-  VICTORIA—The Saanich _chool  [Board held a special session and' authorized Architect C. E. Watking to  call for tenders for the erection of'a  two-roomed building to be located on  the site now owned by the Board at  Cloverdale _and to be ready for use on  September'1. ,  V  1  A  J$h ?Mb#   '',161,   ■„ .yt-X-  !»*■  \b  :A»*General. Agen^     '    ; ,  rfor British,Columbia of Tjje^Globe  tlndemnity^Company.of Canada and  rThe Liverpobl> ft .Iktadcau&-,G,°£?:  Insurance _kg£'£td.;.; We:sell coin-  '    m  ■    A   through    „    J*  Fire,   Theft,   Collision; ^Pjroptrty  ' Damage and Personal Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  LIMITED.    J.  Winch -Bids.        739' Hastings St. W.  Estab. 1886        Vancouver, B.C.-  ,   TENDERS,-FOR .COAL,  B.  C.  Sealed tenders addressed to Wm.  HendersonfJ Resident Architect, Vic-  toria, B. C, and endorsed "Tender for  Coal "for the Dominion Buildings, Province of 'British Columbia," ,will be received, at this office, until* 12 o'clock  noon, on Wednesday,,July 3, 1918, for,  the supply of coal for the Public Buildings throughout the Province of ^British-Columbia. - ^ .  Combined specification arid ,form of  tender {can be obtained at this, office  from the Resident 'Architect,.Dominion  Buildings, ^ Victoriap and the" S-p_ri_-  tendent vDo'minion .JBuildings.-^Vancou-  yer, B.4CV  -   V       A    ,A \    '•'   '  "Persons tendering are notified that  tenders^ will not be .considered unless  made';orLthe Sprinted ,forms supplied,  and' r sighed',with, their actual signatures. - ' ' ■.<---.,-  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 13.  Following Is a Complete List of New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  Vancouver and District:  No. Name Address Car  15101—J. II. Mclsean, Pt. Moody—Willys-  Overland..   '  X5102—A.  B.   Webster,  Atfassiz—Dodtrc  15103—H. A. Braspiece, 1245 Hist _.—  Chevrolet. „ .  15101—Bothwlck & KelUck, 6271 Fraser  —Dodge.   r „_  ji  15105—Empire Taxi, 622 Robson—Dodge  ijjioG—   ;;       :: '    '..  1510S—C. P.. Stear, 5S39 Prince Edward  St.—Flanders.  15109—E. S. Hutchison. 3444 Albert St.  —Chevrolet. ■ ,  15110—J. H.. Poison,  2252  3rd W.—l<ord  15111—Wilson Bros., Victoria—Studeb kr  15112—V. C. Gainsford, 2368 Kings way-  Ford." ,      _     .  15113—R. H. Powell, Victoria—l'ord.  15114—E. J. Tait,  1690 Matthews—Pack.  15115—Comfort Waist Co., 661 Granville  —Chevrolet. ,     „r    _^   ,  15116-i-C. ATTIoss, 1980 36th W.—Dodge  15117—A   F. Fawcett, Ladner— _ray-Drt  1511S—F.' B. Miller,-964 Broadway W.—  * - Gray-Dort.   > „     „", T        ».  15119—A.' Rtans,  431. 56th  E—McLaugh.  15120—J. IT. & V". Bowman, 829 Powell—  15121—Wm! Nicol, 1300 Sth W.—Gray-D  1512_—S. "Uclnda, 1323 lst E.—McLaugh.  ir>123—J W. McLeod, Salmon Arm—Chev  15124—W. Y. Mayne, 123 Hast. W.—l-ord.  15195 k  _,  Davis, "Marine Dr.—Cadillac  i51o'6__i3' p. Davis. Marine Dr.—Dodge.  15127—Annie  McGown,  1936' McNichol—  Gray-Dort. .       ,,-,-.  1512S—C. A. "Harinher, Commercial Dr.—  ' Chevrolet. ,  ' '-..__  15129—II   B. Purdy,-9'12 Howe—Studeb r  15130—J. McMahon, 1G31 Dunbar—McL n  13131—3. K/Skelton, 2791 Trinity—Ford \  15132-^-A. C. .McDonald, Alcazar Hotel—(  15133—R." °V.' T.o_marl_N Vane.—Ford.  15135—W.-   J.   Lessage,   157S    llth   E.—  ,     McLaughlin.  1513(T—A. J. Mahy, 3776 Albert—Cheyr^It  15137—M. E. Embrec,  2020 Vine—Wil y-  15\38—E.X). Clapp, 2725 6th W—Stude.b'r  lBl39—M. Saba, 652 Gran.—■Studebaker.  15111—W  S. Martin, 2156 Pt. Gray Road  ■  —Studebaker. ''_„,.        _.    .  15142—Burke & Wood, 157 Watefc-rFord.  15143—Granby Mining Co., 1062 Georgia  ** ——Dod_TG  15144—Granby Mining Co.,'1062 Georgia  <-     ,' —Republic. • v.        ■■"_     -•.-"=■.-  15145—F.   M.'Sylvester,   1062   Georgia—  •Cadillac.-*- "„„.-4T,    _• -,\ -  15146__W K. "Graham, 1064 Pendrill—  "'. Studebaker.,      . _„4-"r'-  15147__l.-TJeda, 206 Main St.—E.M.F..,-  15148—Wv Vallance,  Marpole-^Chevrolet  15149—W. F. Broderlck,-1147 Seymour—  Willys-O.       ' "     w* '"  15150—H. Tennant—Oakland. -t'*-ti ..K  15151—Low Nai, "Coquitlam—ReijubUe^, v  15152—B.1 C.  Leather, &• Findings, Co.—  Dodge.'-    -   >  r-*-  ■/'- T   --,-:-  15153—E.' Mori,r306 Cordova—Hupp... ,'  15154—Mitchell '^Bros.,   1240 ^Richards—  Abbott. ,*■ - ' - -y- „ 1 -:'i  15155—A. L. Amielrl025'Maln—Maxwell  15156— A. Lockhart, cjo Coughlan—Stutz.  15157—S B. Didier, Ardley P.O.—McL.  15158—Mrs. C. W. Wrenv' Mission—Chey.  15159 R. Efford, 1233 Georgia—Studeb r  15161— F. O. White, 3163 3rd W—Chev.  15162—Can. Perm. Mort. Co.—Chevrolet  15163—Johnston Bros., Pender and Cambie—Ford.  151C4—G. C. Naylor, S75 Chilco—Winton  15165—Mr. Bowell, 1522 Nelson—McLg'n  15166— A. J. Mahy, 3776 Albert—Ctxwio.  J 5167—H. M. Welch, 110S Nicola. Gray-D  I516S—Edgctt & Gilland, 156 Water, l-'ord  ,5169—A. Murphy _ Co.. Granville—Ford  15170—Chum   Wo  Co.,   376  Lansdowne—  Chicago.  15171—A. W. Finch. 1128 Seymour—Jrorrt  15172—D.  McDonald,   39th  and  Pt.  Grey  —Ford ,     „,,  15173—Wm.  Melizer,   1233   Georgia  W.—  Studebaker. „      . ,  15174—Can.   Cartage   Co.,   219   Cambie—  Ford.  15175—J. Tons, 2313 Main—Ford.  1517G—Wilson & Balconi, Carleton Hotel  —Elgin. „    J  15177—Hoy Bros.,  14 1  llth E.—T<ord.   '  Chandler. v„  1517S—C. S. Disher, 1160 llth Ave. W.—  15179—Shelley. Bros.—Kord. ,  15180—I.  S. Paterson,  1507  12frh Ave W.  —Chevrolet.  15181—Swift Creek Lumber Co., Swift  Creek—Ford.  15182—Hyman Kramer, 73S Georgia E.  —Ford.  151 S3—Marsh,  Hutton, Power Co..  New Westminster—Chalmers.  15184—H. J. Powers,  10G2 Georgia St.—  Chalmers. „„  „,  15185—Chapman   Cartage  Co.,   82  Water  St.—Little Giant. _  151S8—Gavin  Bros.  & Leigh,  1006  Pender   St.—Ford.  15189—Dairy Machine Co., 811 15th E.  —Ford.  15190—C. G. Hobson, 3016 6th Ave. W.—  ' Ford.  15191—K.  Peacock,  1610 Haro St.—  McLaughlin. '  15192—Gus Johnston, 159 Hastings E.—  -Chevrolet. ''  15193—J    B|  Wear,  1396 Richards   St.—  Hupp. •    '  15195—C. H. Glbbs. 1047 Gran.—Ford.  15196—J. McNeice. 2600 Wall—Ford.'  15197—PhUlips & Iloyt. McKay—Chicago  1519S—Swart'/. Bros., Water—^Chicago.  FROM JUNE 13 TO JUNE 22.  Stewart Co.,  Ford  Harvle,   917   Nicola street,  15200—A. Gagmeux, 1627 Fourth avenue  east,'^ Chevrolet. \  -  15201—McClary -Mfg.',Co..  Iteq..   '   '   V   —     X-   t  , 1  15202—F.   R  15203—IX.   .1.  Willys-O.  25200—Lee Yick Yuen, Republic.  15206—Chas.   Thompson  &  Son,   Ford.  15207—H.  IT.   Stevens,   McLaughlin.  1520S—A. Knotts, 30 Front street. Ford,  15209—T.   Cowan,   Oxford   street,   Ford.  2S2S—W.  Wrigley,   2115  McDonald  St.,  llupmobile.  10211—J.    R.    Duncan,    1256  Thirteenth  avenue west, Studebaker.  15212—Mrs.  L. Morris,  1950 Cedar crescent,  Oldsmoblle  15213—Stanley        O'Neill,        Steveston,  Willys-O.  15214—I.    P.    Becker,    1437    Matthews  avenue,  Oldsmoblle.  15215—Alta     Jtter.     3519   Third  avenue  west.  Chevrolet.  15210—W.   Rowlands.   623   Rurrard   St..  Ford.  15217—Allen    Patterson,     1S04     Comox  street. McLaughlin.  15218—C.     Bowry.     6+27     Main-    street,  Ford.  15219—A. Newman, 1329 Twelfth avenue  east.   Ford.  15220—Vancouver   Transfer   Co..   White.  15221—McLennan & McFeoly.   Ford.  15222—A.    13.    lietchley,    1537    Nelson  street. Chevrolet.  15223—AngU3    Stewart,    1922     William  street,  Mitchell.  15224—B. A.   Trust Co,.   Ford.  10225—Norman     Telford,     2747     Alder  street, Chovrolet.  15220—S. Tamure,  211  Dunlevy avenue,  McLaughlin. o  15227—Dr.  Gillies,  718 Granville street,  Ford.       ,  10228—Percy   Il.t Snider,   1S56   Eleventh  , avenue east,   Ford.  15229—Novelty     Photo      Co.,      Jericho,  Ford.     '  15230—G.  Giberson,  Ford  10_3i—T. Davis, 1016 Commercial, Ford.  15232—W.   McGinnes,   1512   Second  avenue east, Ford.  15233—Dominion Fish Co., Ford.  15231—K.   MacKenisle,   743   Twenty-third  avenue west, Brisco.  15235—Lewis     Itosman,     501,   Salsbury  drive.  Ford. _  15236—W.    H.    Brooks,    2632    Granville  street, Ford.  15237—T. W. Honing, 264,2 Main street,  Ford.  WRIGHT BROS.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  10238-  Wood wards   Land-  •C.    Hartwell.  ing,   Maxwell.  15239—M.   Crawford,   Maxwell.  2S12—Mrs. Goodall, Kingsway, Briscoe.  152,11—Mrs.    E.    Neilly,    Bueua    Vista,  Chevrolet.  15242—J. Tosey, 550 .Union street. Ford.  10243—A.   MCDiarniid.   3368   Point   Grey  road,  Chevrolet,  1524 1—B.    Watson,    North   Vancouver,  Winton.  15245—IS. P. Coles, 632 Seymour street.  Ford. *  15246—Mrs.  R.  Broughton, Packard.  15219—W.     A.     MacDonald,     Edmonds,  Tupper & Steele.  15250—Pioneer Coffee Mills,  Briscoe.  10251—Lee How,   Briscoe.  15252—Mrs.   A.   ElHson,' 16*9 Third avenue   east.   McLaughlin.  15253—N.    Mitchell,    6Q4    Twenty-third  -  avenue   east,   Chevrolet.  15254—City Dairy,   Ford.   •  15255—A.   F. Gormley.  35  Pender  street  -east,  Hudson.  15257—C.   B/ McNeill.   3S3S   Angus  avenue, McLaughlin.  152SS—-.T.    H.    Greer,   884 ^iButo   street,  Ford.  152S9—Sooa^Cihg,  Ford.  152C0—J.    A.    Ogden,   4 IS   Sixth  avenue  i     east. Maxwell.  152C1—A,   McCarthy,    343     Seventeenth  avenue west, Chevrolet.  V  '("'■  DIXON & MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  aid STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANG-  IMG and KALSOMINING  Sey. 8765    ,, Sey. 8768  1065 Dunsmuir St.  ...Sey. 2317  ...Sev. 4044  ..High.  17S50  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granvlli* St.-.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  G. Kilgreni  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  TELEPHONE DATA  HEW _WSTA__A_IOH_  JUNE 24th, 1918.  International Bible Students' Ass'n, 244 Dunsmuir   Granville  Garage,   1366  Granville -"-   Tomonltsu, J.,  Rooming House,  512  Cordova E —.- ;—  VancouwH_ndle Co^Broom Handle Works, S.E. Cor. llth and Yew-Bay.        6  CB-UV0E8.  Front IFwoody-Vd" ro m 3 Dufferin E  to S.E, Cor. Front and[Ontario .Fair. 2700  Davie St  Dining Rooms, Rest., from 733 Davie to 826 Hornby &ey. 4^ib  Payson.  F. E., from Hine Wharf to Gore Ave. WTiarf _   SummeS fr". Insurance Agt. from 602 Hastings W  to 320 Homer..Sey. 2302  Andrews, A,' Tobacconist, from 1066 Pender W. to 1056 Pender W Sey. 2386  &t++*****++WA++^^  *  *  £  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  *  *  t  *  •:♦■  ♦  t  f  t  i  ♦  %  ♦  AGENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  Industrial and Household  Gas Fittings  V  . C. Bain,  Manager  767 ROBSON ST. SEYMOUR 80  %  %  ♦  <3>  t  v  <%> l  ♦ I  V  I  *  !  4  f  v  ♦  f  -i-  *  f  V  1*  t  t  PUBLIG  NOTICE  a   m .?   '■ .m~    •.,... -- ■ <<-<■/,< <* c<  MILITARY SERVICE ACT, 1917.  Men 19 and 20 Years of Age.  Leave of Absence on Ground   of    Extreme   Hardship.  Procedure to obtain Leave of-/Absence.  Men Nineteen.and Twenty Years of Age. -, .  It has come to the .attention of the Government that there is a widespread impression that  young men of -nineteen years, and those \vtio became twenty since October 31, 1^917, as well as  xthose who may become nineteen from time to time and who have been or will be called upon to  register under the Military Service Act, are to be immediately called to'the colours.  This impression is quite incorrect. No date has yet been fixed for calling upon such men to so  report for duty, nor has the question been brought before the Cabinet for decision. In View of  tlie need of labour on the farra^ it is most unlikely that consideration will be given to the matter  until after the harvest, is over,' although of course the Government's action must be determined  primarily by the military situation.  There is' no further obligation incumbent upon young men of the ages above mentioned who  have registered or who do so hereafter, until they receive notice from the Registrars.  Harvest Leave.'  Some enquiries have been received as to the possibility of granting harvest leave to such  troops as may he in. the country at that time/ No definite assurance can be given on this point as  advantage must be taken of ships as they become available. On the other hand, harvest leave will  be given if at all possible.  Leave of Absence on Ground of Extreme Hardship.  It is desired that the Regulations respecting leave of absence in cases of hardship should be  widely known and fully understood. Such leave will be granted in two cases:—(a) where  extreme hardship,arises by reason of the fact that the man concerned is either the only son  capable of earning a livelihood., of a father killed or disabled on .service or presently in service  overseas, or in training for such service, or under treatment after returning from overseas; or  the only remaining of two or more brothers.capable of earning a livelihood (the other brother or  brothers having been killed or disabled on service, or being presently in service overseas, or in  training for overseas or under treatment after his or their return from overseas); brothers married before 4th August, 1914; living in separate'establishments and having a child or children  not to be counted in determining the fact that the man is the "only" remaining son or brother;  ■ (b) where extreme hardship arises by reason of exceptional circumstances such as the fact that  the man concerned is the sole support of a widowed mother, an invalid father or other helpless  dependents. . ". .   '  It is to be noted that in all these cases the governing factor is not hardship, loss or suffering  to the individual concerned, but to others, that is, members of his family or those depending  upon him.  Procedure-to obtain leave'of absence.  \ simple system for dealing with'" these cases has been adopted. Forms of application have  been*supplied to every Depot Battalion and an officer of each battalion has been detailed whose  duty it is to give them immediate attention. The man concerned should on reporting to ins  unit state that he desires to apply for leave of absence on one or more of the grounds menjioiied  and his application form will then be filled out and forwarded to Militia,Headquarters Ottawa.  In the meantime, if the-case appears meritorious, the man will be given provisional cave ot  absence for thirty days so that he may return home and continue his civil occupation while ms  case is being finally disposed of.  Issued by Department of Militia and Defence,    ,   j.  . !„   .; .: i;  Department of Justice. !  i '.j  i''b™$l:,AA<  ^*&irJ,  ^f  I  8  \  W&b^M®^^  _iB_l>rri'r 'IriitiBi  ii___-_ifi__i  ___n

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