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 .s  ."■/  \n.  <?<"-  COLUMBIA  RECORD  PUBLISHING  CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers.  CoverSng British Columbia.  Vol.   14.     No.  59.     Fri.,   May  3,   1918-  GLASS  We carry a complete stock of  PLATE CHIPPED  SHEET FIGURED  WIRED CATHEDRAL  PRISMATIC PORT LIGHT  Mirrors, Bevelling and  Leaded Art  Work  Given   Prompt   Attention.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550 Seymour St.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Head Office, Toronto.  M. J. HANEY, C.E., President.  A     general     banking     business  transacted.  All   classes    of   mercantile   accounts solicited.  Vancouver Branch,  446  Hastings  St. W.  J.  P.  MacDONALD,  Manager  —GALVANIZING—  We are equipped with the Most Modern  Plant in Canada  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. Highland 1573  VANCOUVER, B. C.  BUILDING  PERMITS   AMOUNTING  TO  S500  OR  OYER ISSUED  AT  THE  VANCOUVER CITY BALL YESTERDAY  Number  Description  Cost  9191—1 Storey Dw $750.«0  9192—Fr. Dwelling  $500.00  3treet  Addrees  Lot  and Block  .   KR9—1 Rf h   Avo   T7!nst               22—5    -    Mil »**»*•*«***»****»**»•*••••»  Subdivision  Architect  Contractor  Address  S. E. 1-4 Sec. 25  Owner  Oivner  Owner  Owner  Address  W. McKenzie 562 16th Ave. E.  G. Ogelvie    Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  Ft.OFC0LUMBIA AV        Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  burn Products, Facing Brick, Build-  ins Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'NONE SEYMOOI 1145  Standard Bank Boildiig  VMC0U1EI - WINMIPEB  ft  i  Lumber   Veneer    Panels.   Etc.  Our Stock is the 'Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  We ere also Sole Agents for the  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St. ' ~'     '   v Vancouver, B. C.  PRANK DARLING & CO.  i& y/  ft&-$$£*%/■ '-■ % I"-!-."- '*-(%  Sj< AW • VS.*  - lip  I  THE HO|X>EN GO^ Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY » CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES     «  :.'?>,'<=—' t • Sole Assent* In Canada Tor , - f'.  .' "   ctilcaj^ :^^  * MV' ■^i^recirle*3eooi.;  R^eckfprlUf;^lr:Comprssisra;^-^ ^^V'  i  -  ^V?4rf4^.V^rFuel,0^^ -  v^  .fijns.*..-*# *^.^'iv« a): £-.*..«> r^ijS42^shrjSt W^hscsinr I. C'  •,. Ofy. -v'")* *- i >*«w      . j.i   i» , .  V> > i  -"^ "S> '"- • > »% -i  | »     EUILDING PERMITS       f  <^;.0.*«-r..;.(S».;^l»;.^»»%4Mj.^.>.J»*j.'J)»}»'ffJ«<|»»J^»5«  9193—B.*C. Woolen Mfg. Co., Ltd.  Moving bldg., 226 Clark Drive $150.00  9194—Jacob Sleigh, close windows, 229  Powell St., ?75.00.  ADDITION TO DWELLING.  , W. McKenzie, 562 16th Ave. East, is  building a one storey addition, 12x18,  to his home. The cost will be about  .$750.00.  &NEW   SEWER   FOR   16TH. AVE..  |^^e^C^pj^^Td^..ot^or^ki^a^  'approved ^ot1' the''construction'' 6t'*a'  Building Permits—The building permits for the 'month, of April totalled  §7,900, twelve permits being issued.  For the four months of the year  which have elapsed the total permits  issued have been $137,140, as compared with $26,200 in the corresponding, period of 1917, and $20,000 in 1916  for the first four months.  •'•     " POINT GREY   NOTES.  " The Municipal Council was notified  of, the,, in ten tion of-Point Grey School  BoardHo^urctiase at a cost of $20,000  a r, schoplg|site/of, six   acres   between  eaith x- Avenue,- .^two-liv blocks. + west, o£-  Granville Street,-where it is'proposed  to  erect ( a\temporary  building, at a  •cost of:$6,6oo. .c ,\. .,v,<   \.* Ii  >*THORw  Roller Bearing Drills- Close Quarter Piston Air Drills-Rrvetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel - DriUs—Reamers.  Complete Stock of Accessories  off]  y m\  t'    *'\; XfS  ' 'WES  " ' Y.A  »?..  1 144 HOMER'ST.  .Phone Sey. '410O  WINNIPEG .BUILDING  PERMITS.  mv?„-« ,-:.<■  T ^ . i .1 ^*  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  \ SUCCESSORS   TO i  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  sewer, if or fpjur blocks; on Sixteen Ave  tnue, from Sophia to"SCGeorge' Street.  The  estimated  cost* of'^thessewers is  47,266,  and-'its* construction'-was -ap-  proved,  subject  to-financial "arrange-*  meats. *    ',        - -*   *' r /     Winnipeg.—Building     permits     for,/  ,  j-*    »  „    ,        -.^-     ."      '. I Winnipeg, for vthe(,umonth   of April/,  DOMINION   CONSTRUCTION  CO.       I totalled 209 and amounted to ?173,900.  submit low Vender.! —:—  The  tender  of  the  Dominion   Con-  NEW ELEVATOR SOON  struction Co., 509 Richards St., for the , AT  PORT ARTHUR.  I  I  -1 -^r'v ."-_*,-  arM  ^y"m  Pbon. S.ymour 7155  1150 Homer Str.st  Vancouver, B. C.  Xrfradoa, Xag.  Msatrsal  wiaBipsrr  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  St  ifllr"  1     '  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO.. LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  8TEEL,    CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,,- BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS.     CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  508 Hastings W., Vancouver, B. C. „,  icnt Tasting laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing- LauoraUry, Boom Bl  construction of the Gore Ave. wharf  ( was  $8,231,  and  it is understood  the  contract will be let to them in a few  clays.  Other tenders submitted are as follows :  \V. Greenless  $S,375.00  CKalTOl, AjrOUBS. JOkaTBS, T3BB«, COX  COMPZJ5TBJ&T BQirXPFEO rAMMXGATXMa SHOPS  emma northwest steel coy, m.  Palmer Bros  8,500.00  Hodgson & King  S.700.00  Cotton Co  S.S10.00  P.  Adams   1 13,820.00  JRegina.—The  Saskatchewan  Co-Operative Elevator Company recently accepted  the tender of the Fegles-Bel-  lows Engineering    Company,    of Fort j  William,   for   the   construction   of  its  proposed   elevator   at   Port   Arthur.  [ Work  will  begin  immediately.     The  working   house   will have   a   storage  capacity of about 200,000 bushels and  the storage annex a capacity of about  450,000   bushels.  Fairmont 839. and 3397  Tancoarsr, B. O.  APRIL  BUILDING  PERMITS  SHOW GOOD INCREASE  The aggregate value of the permits  issued by building inspector McKen-  zie's   department   for   the -mouth   of  PRINCETON     NOTES.  X7V. P. Tierney & Son, who have the  contract for the Copper Mountain ex-  i tension of the Kettle Valley Railway  are now in Princeton and are busily  Csi  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  •;«■<-  ■'•*■!  :3  M  I  §  CALL MADE  FOR  BUILDERS' CONVENTION.  Contractors of Northwest Will Gather  15,200 i  63,000;  25,77i:  GILLEY BROS. Limited  DBAXBBS   IW  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  April is $89,406 greater than for April; engaged assembling their outfit and  1917—which is another indication of men for the starting of the work. It  the general inprovement in business -s expected that everything will be  conditions. in  readiness  soon    to    call  for sub-  Building   Inspector   McKenzie's   re-: contracts.  port for the month of April, 191S is _ _ .  as follows:  Repairs and  alterations    6S    ? 42,255  Dwelling  houses        10        17,000  Apartment and rooming  houses       2  Factories and warehouses 6  Offices   and   Stores      5  Total permits issued for  April, 191S      91  Total value of buildings  .for April,  1918   Total permits issued for  April, 1917      49  Total value of buildings  for April,  1917    Total   permits   for   four  months, 1918   244  Total value of buildings  for  4   months,   19.1S   Total   permits   for   four  months. .191.7   168  Total value of buildings  for  4   months,   1917   VICTORIA  NOTES.  Tenders for the construction of a  bridge over the north arm of the  Fraser River connect ins Fraser avenue with Lulu Island and the Delta,  will be called for by the Minister of  Public Works at Victoria within the  next few days. The cost is estimated  at  ?20,000   to  $25,000.  at Tacoma on May 23 and 24 and  Form Important Organization.—Invitations Issued to Over Five Hundred Firms.  j    The    necessary    arrangements    for  the convention of the proposed North-  163,230! west Master Builders' Association are  | being made by representatives of the  Master  Builders'  Associations of Ta-  i coma, Seattle and Spokane and the j  General Contractors' Association of  Portland, with the approval of principal associations of building contractors in the States of Washington and  Oregon and British Columbia.  The conventibn will afford exceptional opportunities for every building contractor of the Pacific North-  233,364 west to consider the problems in his  j relations with the architects, the  dealer in building materials, bonding  agencies, contractors in special lines,  sub-contractors and organized labor.  The proposed organization is especially intended to enable its  members i  to anticipate and intelligently provide;  { for  a   great  emergency  changes   and ■  government  adjustments  to  be   made!  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:-—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in TTestern Canada.   W« cut to  length. - Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts,  Tie Bolts.        We are -prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—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. Ssy. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B.  C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  73.S24  344,710,  "SULLIVAN" DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR  COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 OBANTIIIE ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR    RECEIVERS  AIR  LIFT PUMPS  FHONB 9162  ' in the building industry.  Forglngs Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Relcf, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and OrnamentaS ironwork  'Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St,.  New Westminster, B. C7. it.  Hi'  m  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  |*ublished every Monday, "Wednesday arid  Friday by the  RECOKD   PUBLISHING   CO.  Telephone seymour 7S0S.  Address:    583  Homer-Richards  l_,ane  Rear of   131   Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One  month .  $1.00  Si\   months .  ?3.00  it'ayable strlotlv in advance.  MARINE  WOULDN'T INTERRUPT  N'T-'  SPEED   UP   SHIPBUILDING.  Victoria.—To speed up equipment  of the steamers being built in British  Columbia by the Imperial Munitions  Board, a new place lias been adopted,  whereby the vessels, after being  launched, will be turned over to private contractors for the Installation of  machinery and boilers.  First Manager—She has a splendid  voice for grand opera.  Second Manager—Yes; fdr the boxes.  She speaks so softly.  -f  FIRST  CONCRETE SHIP  PLANT BEGINS WORK.  Washington, D. C—It was announced that under the government direction, the first plant to be devoted to  the construction of concrete ships,  started operation Wednesday at Wilmington, N. C. There are four ways  and at least eight concrete vessels  will be built.  oyer one minute, it is claimed. Unofficial timers caught the record as  seven seconds.        '.--,'-.,.■'...;;:.'■",,  The .timbers .making up the keel  were in three sections. They were hot  only placed on the keel blocks but  clamped together in the record time.  The operation was-started as the nose  of the Commandant Challes took the  water.  f- l'-  "(f     •  f*~  Prince Rupert, May 2.—Before the  departure of the 'fishery commissioners for Ketchikan, Hon. J. D. Hazen  expressed surprise that the drydock  in this city should be idle.' He would  take steps when he returned to' Ottawa, he said, to urge upon the chairman of the Imperial Munitions Board  'the necessity for operating the machine shops of-the plant at full blast.  | ARCHITECTS |  Benzie. Jas. A., 510 Hast. "W Sey. 8300  -    Bryan  &   Gillam, 509. Richards  .a Sey. 5508  Cox, 'A.  Arthur, F.R.I.B.A.,1142  Pender W. „...".._.;.: .f...'...r. Sey. 3t72  _  Dalton" & Eveleigb?,  615,  Hast.' W. - ~. .-.: ..'Sey.   v662  ' GardinerV F.- G.   &   Mercer,   718   Gran.;  ' '-'Seymour 3672.      x ' -   •      '  ' \,Gardiner;V,Witi.* Frederick,  718  ;.-   "    YY,  i&4^^^?^'»VGran'- ,-X.'.,....t.t....:.'....l'i..~...."...-~ Sey.'»672  i&Srfe?=   fHoneymai^'Curtis?, 821?    "-.v .   --  >   i.Seyr 1«21  .   A,       "A. *V       .  <v Pender W.>™..™.r./_a3WK  "Macey. Frank, 470 rGran.Xi.J:...iSey. ""180i  -Matheson,/Robt.- M.,J'509rHich.::s'ey. 50S8  Palmer,' -Bernards" C>' 616 * •"-'-   -'  Credit Foncier  ■. Sey. 3680  Pratt &  Ross,   736  Gran Sey.  1557  Sharpe & Thomson,   620  - Pender   W Sey.  1064  Somervell  & Putnam,   626  Pender   W.    Sey. 6230  Townley, Fred L.., 325 Homer ...Sey. 8013  Twizell,  R.  P.  S.,  837  Hast.W..Sey.  7925  NEW KEEL LAYING  RECORD IS SET.  Portland, Ore.—A " new «,record for  speed in keel laying is claimed here  by the Foundation Shipbuilding Company, as a result of quick work in  placing a keel on the ways for the  next ship, just as the Commandant  Challes, a steam auxiliary schooner,  was water-borne. The official claim  by the company for the feat is 10.4-5  seconds.    The   previous   record   was  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.  r  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 Vancsu-  var.  New Westminster Eng. & Const. Cs.,  Poplar Island. - i  Pacific Construction Co., Ltd., Pert Coquitlarn.  Standard    Shipbuilding" Co.,, Vancouver.  Wallace Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver.  Western Canada Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver.  !  :: MINlNtS'.     I  A , graphite claim has been staked  near  Kaslo.  'Approximately $123,000 was expended in wages to miners in Kamloops district during the year 1917,  and it is .expected that this year's  total will greatly exceed this amount.  The Standard mine at Silverton, a  silver-lead property, shows a net  profit of $37S,000 for its year just  closed.  Net earnings of the Ho'dley Gold  Mining Company of Hedley were  $23S,095 in 1917, compared with  ?24S,617  in 1916.  Qrville R. Whittakcr, M.B., of Denver, has been appointed by the government as metallurgical expert in  the investigation to be made of treatment rates, etc., at the Trail smelter.  The Granby Company produced 3,-  807,600 pounds of copper during  March, according to report. The production in February was 3,843,686  pounds. In March, 1917, the production was 3,901.39S pounds, and in  February of that year 2,5DS,2S8  pounds.  The Western Fuel Company, operators of the Nanaimo mines, announces an advance in wages to employees  of'50 cents a day, effective April 16.  The increase applies to all of." the  1,500 employees, underground and surface, and will" mean an increase in  the monthly payroll of $20,000.  The .construction of a 14-mile  branch of the Kettle Valley railroad  from Princeton to the mines and  millsite of the Canada Copper Corporation, Copper Mountain, is being  held up pending a decision from the  government in regard to the income  tax, according to a report from Victoria.  Diamond Brand has no equal  99.5 per cent pure  OBTAINABLE FROM ALL WELL KNOWN DEALERS IN CITY ANO COUNTRY  Pacific  Lime Co., Limited  Works, Blubbor Bay, B. C.  Pacific Bids.,Vancouver B. C  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street       ...       VANCOUVER   B. C  Phone B»y. 772  i  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  iw^.-lfr'.  jS      «^ ,  Vancouver and Victoria      "";   -  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  W« specialize in prompt sorvlca for Contractors'*  temporary power Installations  ^BaC-ELECTRICv  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  *^ I 1. J  j * " '  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   cal  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  y  |    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    |  CITY OFtVANCOUVER.  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. 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. I* Fellowes  Building Department  Building Inspector..._...R. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Secretary....!...'..'... S. J. Montgomery  Health   &   Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T.'Underbill  Library  Librarian R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers, Chairman  A. C. J. j-.eeK U. vv. Huicnings  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  _ E. F. Jones  Prosecutor .../.. R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief  I. H. Carlisle  PROPOSED   NEW   WORK  Chaxactsr.  Armory  .Battinatad  Coat      $360,000  Harbor Works     Bank & office bldg..  Hotel, C. N. Ry   ..Not given  VANCOUVER  location  Owbii  Grsndvlew      Government  Kitsilano  Reserve    Government  Hastings & Granville Royal Bank  False Creek Fill C. N. Ry. Co.  Architect nana U»mdy,  Perry  & Fowler' ..'.     irovernment     Preparing  No archt. commissioned yet   '   CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and  complete. equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rates  UNION   STATION  'Phone Seymour 40S  MAIN STREET  i  XVFBOVElCEZrTB  UBTED  Post Office --  Post Office  . I   Concrete  Garage —..    IDXATSXiT BBIiOW ABE P BOFOSED BUT HAVS  BEES' POSTPONED:  ..$250,000  ....$35,000  Gore and Keefer Dom. Govt  South Vancouver  _ Dom. Govt  Fifth ft Fir Sts Ford Motor Co.  E2™    £ov£ Delayed  Dom.   Govt _ Delayed  °wners    Delayed  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Character  .Cost  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone |-flflrhlancf 728 2021 Wall St.  VANCOUVER, B, C.  i . .     . ■       *  I  %  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  location • .'..?....   ..   Ownsr  Architect :......„„ Plana Beady  PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length --any diameter  I  i  •5  If  PANTAGE  Three Shows Dally  2.30- 7.00-9.00  PR8CES 20c -30c  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1O21.1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  i  ■amwKURH  Office 82.3-S1S Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  DID YOU  KNOW?  WE  SELL    ,      Rfl0F|NG  LET HIS QUOTE  Smith OavacSsom Sc  Wrisrhr S td  VANCOUVER   and   VICTORIA        fi-LCI"  Tlhe largest paper house in the west  ^(•naKAMSMMt. 'ttnvrmrmmia.M  " **~n^i irriiw d»—ianw ■W&E  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  = ■:  Viet Ji. irancis'  (Union- Sqtmre-SaTtitrancisco  yn ihe center of ike  City's'LifemdGlor  Hhief front 0Z9°per  7?ay. foooTZooms:  Convenient to ike  7/tmien.Cluh^Skcps  andl&UiOayfiatwm.  nBeasonabtel^ates.  management (famesKhocls  ASKS   WHAT   AUTOISTS  HAVE    DONE    IN    WAR.  There,is being organized in England  a united legislative council, to be composed of private and tra/le bodies in  the ' automobile field. The organization is an answer to the malcontent  section which has been asking what  the motoring associations have done  or are doing for their members during  the war.  The new council is planned to deal  with "all matters relating to the laws  affecting automobiling and the use of  the highways, so that' when the inevitable revision of ihese laws takes  place in the apparently distant future  there shall be a strong corporate body,  representing the motoring interests,  which will have somthlng to say about  any proposd change. Moorists of  England say that that country should  have had such an organization ten  years ago.  PACKARD   TRUCK    BREAK!  RECORD FOR GOODYEAR.  A Packard truck, newest addition  to the cross-country fleet' which the  Godyear Tire & Rubber Company is  operating between Akron and Boston,  recently made the trip between those  cities in record-breaking time. .Carrying a capacity load of special products urgently needed by the shoe factories of Massachusetts, the giant  carrier clipped eleven hours from the  schedule which has been established  for .this run. ^'  The distance from the Rubber City  to Boston is 740 miles. The Packard  completed the journey in seventy-  seven hours elapsed, time, forty-nine  hours actual running time, at an average speed of    14.9 miles an^hour for  the entire trip. The huge pneumatic  tires, 44x10 Good years, with which the  truck is equipped, allow it to be driven  safely over .'the (mountain roads at  touring car speed.  BIG   MAXWELL    MAN  " SEES   TRUCK    FUTURE.  William J. La Casse, Pacific Coast  sales director for the Maxwell car and  truck, while in this territory recently  stated that during- the introductory  period of the Maxwell truck his company was well pleased- at the manner  in which the public had received their  models.  The utility side of the motor car  industry is now getting some of the  attention it should have received  years ago. Judging by the plans of  the Maxwell factory for the future, it  has set a pace which few, if any, have  equaled.  CARS   AND   TRUCKS  REGISTERED   IN   U. S.  A total gain oYa,396,324 motor cars  and trucks was made in the United  States during 1917 over- 1916. That  the motor car is a necessity in wartime as well as in peace time, could be  "demonstrated in no better- way. The  total motor car and truck registration in the country as of Jan. 1, 1918,  as based on official figures compiled by  the Automobile Industries from all the  forty-eight states,' is' 4,941,276. Nor  does this include duplicate registrations or even the hundreds and perhaps thousands of cars in remote districts, all of which are not registered.  In.,.round figures - there must have  been mighty close to 5,000,000 cars  and trucks in the "United States on the  first day- of 1918.—Motor Age.  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LUTED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 9045"  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  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 500)0  Consulting ami Contracting f?  Heating and Ventilating Engineers  V-'  '■-' ' *i* £1  I . . '     ^ '     * '. .» .-.. *-» ■*■> -_S» Ma  '   !  , .'. v -; **/■  *. ~    '  '     J. "-I'M  - v 7iM  Seymour   061 ' _I0*S Hoasor St  VANCOUVER. B. C.  £^^-^^^^^  For uphill work. Little Giant A mighty truck  of surpassing strength. A truck with the pulling power of an unchained giant. No matter the  weather it is always active. Strong-willed.  Downright good. A delivery of any weight  started in Utile Giant is a promise fulfilled.  Its owners never are forced to uncomfortab e  apologies for delayed deliveries. Because Little  Giant never fails. Gets there always. And on  time. It is an above-par truck that will make  good in your business by paying its way. The  Sower plant is simple. Accessible. ^The truck  is long-lived and thrifty of fuel. A type for  every business, 1-Ton, 2-Ton, 3-^Ton and Con-  vert-a-Car. Trucks with the habit of heavy performance Made that way by the $14,000,000  Chicago Pneumatic Too! Company.  Tell us to prove Little Giant profit in  your business.  ftwrddbui*'  (W mdxxJbXAit  iLt pjtfi/miia  dwtli8aifi,trianu|  LittS© Giant Motor Truck Co,  Seymour 'YM  LESLIE W. PSAESON, Manager.  Granville at. Pacific  Vancouver   iiiiiii—aawMiK'Hnw"'!'"""— "" »nTs-mT urn in    ■—■■■■■"■—*'■■'■■■'■"—■■  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  AGENTS FOR  McCLARY'S RANGES  Industrial and Househlod  Gas Fittings  t  ! 767 ROBSON ST.  C. Bain, Manager  3.  *  *'  *  ♦  •I*  i  ±  <&»  ■«S»  •I-  SEYMOUR 801  i,^^^*™*™******™™™™™™™™'*™*****^** m?mm77Y.  fe^v-Mf*■•••■■  to\&''■■''$'$%■■■  BRITISH COLUMBIA BEOOED  rase-  Yifel;  :r4tti  ?^f''i'  ft BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBRFR STAMPS"  (111  pi  SraK.  • ;$;?  '••■feilv  #'■'  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTiJPirPg  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  'BAGLEY DOES finnn PgM,nfV|!  STENCIL..   RUBBER   ANO^^^S.,,,  J*  New Work -- Contracts Let  THE   POLI.OWIWO   TABUB   SHOWN   «nTTT.;««»    -  SEALS  KE*   TAGS,   BRASS   s7gNS,' NUMBERING*  MAc".!!^^"*>   CHEC«S.   TIME   CHECKS,  ■ALL. WORK GUARANTEED BEST-MLITY.noMPT%f,l^5S   °F  ALL   K,NDS<   ETC.  PHONE SEY. 316 ■ V™lfeuve"rA"ot'Al"p"'<:es  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  Automatic  "inkier  nt  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  F. A. Jonsa, Vtgx.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS.  Characwr  —   Depot und  terminal  .*   3 new blilg. and 2 alterations  Causeway      Shipbuilding plant"'".".""   Dredging- between piers ...  Cold Storage plant    Brick   Canning  Plant...        Power Plant    ...    Sleeping  Pavilion   ....".".'."."   Telephone Exchange        Concrete  lighthouse  tower  Hemodsl  Bldg   Sewer   Work   Warehouse etc          Saw Mill            Shipbuilding plant  "   Power   House         "'   Residence        Concentrator etc. ......'."   Station   and  Terminals.!.'.*   Jetty  (Second Unit)   ."  Turning   Basin   ._..._ _.....   Trunk Sewer "   Seawall       wharf  :;;;;;"   Store  and   office  bldg.  Sewer        wood Bridge""!".!!!!!!!"'!!!.'!!;!;""  1  Sto.  Frame Building....!!!!!!  Shipbuilding Yards  ^..  Club  Building    10-Stall .Roundhouse .........  —  Cost  location  • $1,000,000  .$60,000  .$60,000   $50,000  ....$20,000  .-$15,000   $8,000  -...$16,500  ..$100,000  ....$70,000  .._.—.. ._   Ownar  False  Creek   Can.   Northern  Ry.  C-oVl t^!Uow St University of B. C.  Port  SS^or -S-V City of Vancouver  BSrrnifl °Tdr?J";-POrt   M°°dy   Shipbuild.   Co.  S^Inle4 Can-   Pacific  Ky.  K-2?«-n-aore Ave~ °an- Ashing Cb.  PHnTenSeorge- B' °' E™Porator Atd.  Tf?"Q"1,le"" B- C- A^itT-TubereuTosS Soft  Architect _ —  Obatwwtor  Pratt & Ross....Northern Const. Co. and  <3r,o^« * mu Carter. Halls Aldlnger Co.  rw™,?™ & Thompsoi Baynes & Horie  Owners    '  '  C.  Telephone  Co.   Owners  Nelson    r  Triple  Island,  B.'"c."  553 Granv""       Esquimalt   ...  ElS^i^'-^-^^^'L^er5^!   gSES  Owners   """   Owners   Du Cane Dutcher &" Co  Owners       Owners     VV.  D. Grant  •"-- A.   W.   Quist  .Ward  &   Baldock  Directory and  Buyers' Guide  lasers  ......Snider Bros. & Brethour  n^^io^-Shandiey^^c&   ^Y^^±^!. =""■ * Bra^uT^   v—v-   City   Owners  .Wnpre'n"T's»oU«r~K;  ARCHITECTURAL    TEHUA    COTTA.  Brans. Coloman A Evan., Pt. Col. St., 8. 3888  O Nail. wm. N. Co. Ld.,  548 Seymour.a 4795  Ritchio   Con.  Brid«»  &   8up.    Co..   x,td  Gran,   zt.  ...8. 9162  $700,000 Kaaiaie5,S"k ~   IJ6,000 Patricia Bay..!  "iiBM00   Victoria   ....   ,Slfi,nn8 Uastl"e* P>rk"!  ...|5,000   Nanaimo      $5,000   Bridge St       Va  .Sewerage Board   Owners  ..Governmont Eng. Dept...,   •?, "»••■-C-J1- Rx.   Owners    — ..Can.   N.  P. Ry.  Co.   Owners     o—-•  -■ - Percy Tox  ..   Sewerage  Board   Owners    _  S - -~^::KSb.rC«S SZIS: .!!!!-  $20,000 | Vancouver..S'hauehn'^TC?^hJao" ft I?™ s-^~=:--r-.-  I Frame  Building    Remodel  Building   !"  Foundation   for  Shed   Freight Offices  and Shsdi  Pier Extension . ...  1   Story Brick Addftiwn.l".  Frame  Apart.  Hou-»  Front  Store   Bldg...  Vansouver "Sh*UrhneSSy Hets- <?f,£IcIub   "•'" c!"Paimer.  . «°iaTer _...G. N. Ry. j F.   L,.   Townley  "■::ill:000   Coft.*.^1^ St8 «yM0O1»  Varsity   - - vi. iN. J\y.  Vancourer  _..,  ■•--- / Van  -$o,000   774  .$6,000   10»l  ...-C. N. Ry.  ASPHALT   KELT.  ■-..Warren"&"stancorn"be J ,B,ralM,• Coleman A flvans,  ft. Col   .    8 298tt  ;  Owners automobiles  lion jD*"Uotor Co- L,U' mi Ctaor«l« St. w.  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  Us** Motor Co., hid.,   lOiU Osorgii Bt.  W..  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE   „. Wlncli Hid*-,  S.   Doe,   Victoria I HRirir    m   „lv„„   Luny   Bros.   to BBICK—ALL KINDS.  Owners | -Erans,   Coleman   A   Bvans,   Ft    Col     6  'S88  Owners I w'v   ~T" U*" N'W WmI- Phon" »" 18  ...- : ••"•--—-.^;-k; °;N6il *Co-s"Say- at» *««.«».  -;...Purdy  & Lonergon   RI^??it Contr-   *   S»V-   Co.,   Ltd.,   Oran.   St.  .Grant, -Smith1*   Co.,   „ BrJd°    ..Tiiii  m„„„ ,  _.       - & MacDonnell, Ltd.       """    '   "  Sharpe & Thompson Baynts & -Horie  Contractors _ Purdy & Henderson  inell  Co  .Paciiic DredglnaT Co!  ••••"•••—• --••  nuiwmuuiut   INI  ^PaflCr^fflnI 8o°! I C'Mrl- •ou^» * C° • I"-.   8.   Doe,   Victoria   Luny   Bros.   --...."-   Owners    A.  W.  Mesher i  ..8. 9043  ..8. 9045  .8.   7820  couver     Gran Tills St.."   12th Ave. W.V."."  °wners Grant  Smith A Co  r>«„*» » t. ,,    .^     & MacUonell. Ltd  Pratt & Ross....MacDonold, Nettleton &  -,.....,.C. P.  R.iOwners .... Bruce'  R.V.Wlnoh  A Co..  Ltd..   WInoh B. S. 279-1944  BUILDING FKLTS AND I'Al'EKS.  frVa°8'»?°l0mail_*   I*"*™.   Ft.   Col.,..g. 29S8  MABIILK  AND  ONVX  Evana,  Coleman A Bvans,  ft. Col S. 2)88  W. A.   O'N.11 A Co.,  548 say. St. S.  i79*-47»«  MOTORS  «•  C  Eloctrlo Co.,  Ud.  a   ,„.  MOTOR   TBTTCX8.  Begg Motor Co., 1062 Georgia W. S. 90(C  PACKING,   BELTIN6   AND   MECHANICAL   600DS  Dunlop Tiro & Hubtar Ooocta Co.. LUI„  844 caabl. St.    _ ;_.a. ja.s^jj  PAINT8—FTKK.PBOOF.  W. N. O'N.ll A Co.. E4t Sey. 8t...8. 4795-4798  1'Amrs—da«tp p«oor.  PAPER  -.8. »I«|  -...C. S. Gustofson  -W. S. Thompson  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General Towing  324 Front St.     '      Naw Westminster  Telephone 1015  MACHINERY FOR SALE  Owners /   A.  L.   Benglof   T. A. Fee   City Dominion  Owner    PA BTITION—rUiEPKOOr  Pat«rton 3itg. Co.,  loth* Arbutus St.., B. 778   w-t PATTERNS  contractors, may obtain  -i   Owners   A.   L. Benglof  -- -W. Hepburn  Construction    Co.    Owner  BONDS—SUKKTV.  R.V.Vfinch A Co.. Ltd., Winch B.. S. 279-1944  OEALKNT.  ■tmliutor  Iron  Work..  xew W.«tmln.tw  PIG  tBON AND TIN  Pbona 53  mM?7  Boiler  3—   6x12 Beatty Hoist  1  only       Beatty Swing Gear  Capstan Shaft  Marine Boiler  Upright Boiler  it  „ the sum  of ten doliars ($10), which will be refunded on their return in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted blank' cheque on a  chartered bank of:Canada, made payable to the Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, for a. sum equal to  Balfour,   Guthno *  Co a  wmI1.1"- c°lema° * JflvanVft/cdl  Balfour.   Guthrie A  Co....."... ..s. 9l9-.-667» I R! VTw& A "co"-"-^ ^ "—8" m  I Evans,   Colernan   A  Evans.- Ft.   Col...«   ~2sst  9187-B671  S. 3981  5^x8 ' American Hoist and :.(»'«» and ipedfl^Si^Tftf«,™ lS?rJ8h  a"d ni"ne^mile3  from   the |aiiuy Bros., ^ New We8,, PhonM-16;^  railway.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. .'  PROPOSALS   WANTED  MXSCEKXkAXEOUS   FBOFOSAL8  lZt"*-i*'.''i^ii-.,i:>;';"-/.''Jy;'-'i   a  tKizMp.*),'^  As General Agents „ .•  Cor^ British-Columbia *of The Globe  Indemnity'Compahy ot Canada and  The-Liverpool & London :& Globe  ^Insurance Cd-.^Ltd. „.We sell'com  ^'"-™.''> v™*»;vw«.";•""», c »rroperofjf=  ., Damage and;Per»o'nalXflaliility.f4^  Ceperfey, Rounsefell & Co.  ' -    LIMITED  Winch   Rldff.      " 739   Hastings St.  W  Estab.  188«        Vanconrer, B.C.. .  .2060-lb, Pile-Hammer  I per c6nt- of tender, which" shall" be'    " 1S &Skms f'gr tenders for th6"re  -Driver -forfeited  if  the   party' tendering  de-,,,  MJ  ■ other miscellaneous Contrac I™™ t0'enter into contract wh«n caii-lbulIdmg at Dunsmui^ ^ Howe sts  ' Eauirjment. in firct />loec,     ed  upon  to   d»  so,  or  if  he  fail  to  complete the work contracted for. The  cheques    of    unsuccessful    tenderers  and  tors'Equipment in first class "con  dition.  MRS., W. G. GILLETT  •Phone Bay. 2812-L  Architect  T. A.  Fee,   570  Granville  renders for thV 'remodelling of the Grand Central Hotel{Ar™£ron«. Morrison   a   Co..  TU,E-~ TERKAZZO  Wlnea Bld...S.   V7*-isi44  riLINO AND l>OLES>  V«lm*l   Lumber   Co..   iiag.r»   BUig  g. 3tii.t  VrtJK DBIVING.  Bvan.. Col.mau A Evan.,   ft. Col...'   S 2»sa  CK.riSN* XKSTING  AND A88AV,NG.       I ""'"  ^   "^^  ^V   N^  Can.  mapc't A Te.t. Lat,.,  Emplr. B-dg ^ *»«-«*WJKB  „ •' ■ S.   460*   /^Vi?"8- Coleman  * Evan*    Ft. Colum.  S  29SR  Hunt     Robt     ■""■     •-    "•-      "•■-    - ' tjrlliey   Brus..   f.rrf      v^.„   «»..._.      .™'' -o- J»a8  Bldf. ...;  W.  N.  O'NeJl 4 Co.,  54S tf.y. St.. S. 4786-479S  HIBrwt.C0l,tr-   *   S"p-   Ltd-   Granville   St.  -°rlasr*       S. »1«I  R.V.Wlnch A Co.. Ltd.. Winch B.. 6. S7»-l»<«  We»u  W.   A   Co.,  Architect T. A.   Fee,  570  Granville  Street, is calling for tenders for build  Standard   Bank   8. 2198  CONXKACTOIW—GKNEttAI..  B*ff.  "  <CONTRACTORS  Evan.   Coleman A Evan.,  ft. Col 8. 29«g  vv.  .N. o .\eu 4, Co.. 1.4* Sey. jit., g_ 47JJ.<7SS  Ltd.,    Bower       &■ 1S36  Hitchircon.  ^lriLj..^^.W'"'"-^.°D8-15. 1<  CRANKS   AND   HOISTH    (KLKCTKIC  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Crescent One-Room School..'  SEALED TENDERS will''be received  by the Secretary,'Surrey School Board <  Municipal Hall,' Cloyera'ale, • up to-12  o'clock; .noon, SabrdayV'Ma'y*'^th/"fpr,  fcuildingof,. a,,,largevOne-room School  House   at '"Cfescent.r-Surrey:' Munici-  pahty.  — i'lans and specifications may be seen  will   be  returned   to  them   upon   the  ™S a three-story addition and chang-   Tha Holden Co.. Ltd.. Hi pend<  execution of the contract.  Tenders will not'be considered-unless made out on the forms supplied  signed  with  the  actual  signature  of  the tenderer.  The lowest or any tender' not 'necessarily'accepted. ',   '*  '       '  ^^A. E. FOREMAN^*-   , r'v^-'j  , "' '■'> ■: ^Mle^opks^iEngiiieer. -J.  "   ' Victoria;- BY C.^April.20t\ 191'8/ J'.yJ  ing front of the Morris Building at 4^1,  Ha'stiri'gs  Street West.  er. at. W.  Sey.   1086.  piiIU.g-LpoKTADIiK  ELKCTKIO  Darllnjr,"Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Tl-^otaen^XMriil1-^.^"^  1    , ,'a«y.  10«6.  Gflfey  Brus,  ^^"P-   Co.,   Granvlll.. .s. »16J  t Co.. Wlnoa Bld...S.   av»-is"  Fr.ASTKR  Balfour, .Guthrie  A  Co        «   9i97 B)t7.  &" ^o^-Sd* ^rWe^ ^K-"*"»-  "*V. N. O'.Veil * i'n   '75?rc!W6"i-'*JPhonee IS, K  TI.ASTER BOARD  Bl..«.   Con! \^"cK Vraa^/S-il,',*  fLABTKH PARTITION  BLOCKS  Bran.. Col.man A Bvan.,  fi. Col....  Ti. -V. Winch ft C«."*Wlnoa JBId...S.  -S. 19»$  I»J^A«TBR—ORNAJaTKNTAI,'  EI.ECTKICAL »UP1'UK8  f 13yNopsis;,.6F5c6A'L> minings  ^•■^H^^'siREGiJL'ATroriiS;- Juv'1 jf^T  TeiUF,^ ...     'A9oal!:minJng;rightS;of,theADbminion  TENDERS FOR '.WHARF. -'    [ ,in 'Manitoba? Sa¥katchlwan'and:Ser.  be   received    up   to J to, ttie; rukon>erritory, the North West  B.  C.   «I».>trlc Co.,  Ltd ,   Can.   -A-illu-Chalnior*,   106J   Pend  .Cow A Son,  150 Hoatiuga W.,_„  -.8. (800  .8. 6710  «i«cfci.°Con. VS'i*?4^*'-*--1-- -S- *7S5-««»  .;-. u*-   Co"   Gr«nrlll«..s. »l«f  rLUBBINO  _ ;.:.:.s«,. 8003 ff*11^ *• A.. 1«33 Granvlll. St '« i«  JDarltac.Prank * Co., 1142-Hom«■ - -l?™:* ***>!:'!>*. *m HomirKT.f'A]}  Y\ , Street,. ...-....; Sey: 4100-4101 "'     ' ' •*»-.»i»«  JU.BTATOJR CAftW :A1CD BNCLOflU  ., -, ^>*UMATIO IUOU  «    Thi JH^iK^r^~--i?~S«y--;a  r/ie Goiri/e & McCu//ocf? Co.  LIMITED  Gait Safe Works  SAPES,     VAULTS,  DEPOSIT BOXES,  on and  after Monday;' April 22nd, at  /Municipal-'Hall,'   "Cloverdale,    or   the!    Tenders' will  (office of the "Secretary, S. Cunningham, £°°" on May 3rd at the office. \* the I Territories and a"iortion"of*ine'''lrTOvi  Surrey Centre. ' Public Works Engineer,  Victoria;  for   nee of British Columbia  Each tender must be accompanied by cQlfTnZT °A °\ & ^^  •* SnUg ** f°r a term"of tvventy-one'years at ,                         «kb ci^t  a certified cheque of o per cent, of theUZ'on^Z.T ^  SPe"   'Q annuaI rental of V* Per acre:   No  Baifour, oathr.e a co s. fll97.6675  amount of tender and payable to the £*   publ-c   wort,T       ^ °ffiCe °f r^ than 2,56° aCres'wI]1 be l™"\™F&nSiRS%uEi. %°Ln?a !».»«  Surrey School Board                                 JJ! , . °°!10   Work3 .-Engineer   or   the  to one applicant. .        .       ^- ?•; o'^ii * Co.! S4t sS" strli"""?!!  Thp inTOOcf              '*     ,                       ,-District Engineer,  Court House, Van-1    Anmi«-i, .-,.__. .   .    IS"^'^??": * I1"'- «••■• 9™»Y'- -Bd«..a mis  me lowest or any tender not neces- couver  CaB^AIll.i'Chatmera^,10«»rFWnaiir^^Bi'j'n'o'   ml.' SAr^«a>-.^  er.-- , ,   ^ <  41M-41(»i:  Si -?•.'"°'^eIi *-Co.y^4»'8«fj.sL SA47M-47»g-  KHcaii*   Contr,-. A, Sup.. Co .   Ltd..   Gran.. St.  -- Bntds* '..•,..:.,..'< ■;    g. »1JJ  *■• " .- BLBVATOR0 ' ._..; • .;  Darlins, Frank ftCo., 1143 Horner  may be leas-1 « --.Street    Sey. 4io»-4iOl  >---^j  etc.  Made in Canada  sarily accepted.  S. CUNNINGHAM,  Secretary Surrey School Board.  Cloverdale. B. C, April 22, 1918.  DEPARTMENT OP WORKS.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  SeymotT 3907      569 Richards St.  Vancouver  TIMBER   SALE   X1334,  Sealed tenders will be received bvli.   ~a --■-"- -~"»»j  "'» 'aim xnusi  the District Forester, Vancouver   not ^ •       " Y sections- or Ie6a' ^b  later  than  noon  on  the  11th  day  «'l dl.Vlslozls of actions, and in unsurvey  Applications   ror  a'   lease  must  be  R- v- w'inon * Co.." .vi'ach bj««., s. 279-U44  made  by  the applicant in  person  to)       «bb jsxtinoui6Hkb svstkmb.  the   Agent   or  Sub-Agent   of  tbe  district in which  the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  .   .. Saj^UO'ei.  ,* *! t "  ^f'NTEM        (_    "'_ r .- „  B^t°; ?Y^<^™p$^y!.Ls: 3i«  •-. ^ADIAIOBa'^N^BOIL^i:^^^^:^^!:^  Can.   Alll-Chalmer.. u«63   Pender.Wsisnp^B^^  ROOJ:INC COMPOSITION  .   ^aloma  rh. Il»rr«tt Co..   Ltd..   luih  »nd  vv   v   ^"x-  77"      W--   luUl  »n<'   Arbutus.   Bar    778.  »nj   Uavi.   Bu.   S. 85«|  .».  C1I0  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SOUTH   WELLINGTON   SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders, superscribed, "Ten-  --'   of  xMay, 1918, for the purchase of License  X1334, to cut 375,000 feet of Fir and  [Cedar on an area adjoining L,. 2308  Prince of Wale's Reach, N. W. D.  One   (1)   year  will   be  allowed   for  removal of timber.  Further   particulars    of   the    Chief  Forester, Victoria,  B.  c,   or District  (Forester,, Vancouver, B. C.  ( der for,   South    Wellington  School,"  j will be received by the Honorable the  Minister  of  Public  Works   up  to   12  E.A.BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  ed, territory the tract applied for shall  be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompan-  , ied by a fee of f 5, which  will be refunded  if the rights  applied for are  not  available, but, not  otherwise.    A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall! ,  permitted to purchase whatever avail-1 Sarr  able surface rights may be considered  TIMBER   SALE  X1325.  .     _   ._,    Sealed tenders will  be received hy  o'clock noon of Monday, the 27th day  the District Forester, Vancouver   noJneCeSSary for the workinS of the mine  of   May,   1918,   for  the   erection  and  later  than  noon  on  the  10th  day of turnish the Agent with sworn returns  completion   of    a     four-room   schoo-  May- 1918> for the purchase of License  house at South    Wellington,    in the X1325»   to  cut   115,000-feet   of  Cedar  Newcastle Electoral. District. laDd Fir, on an area adjoining L, 300-1,  Plans,  specifications,  contract,  and  forms of tender may be.seen on and  removal of timber.  Further   particulars    of   the   Chief  Forester,  Victoria,  B.   C,   or  District  Forester, Vancouver, B. C. J ^ the rate of $10 per acre,  For    full    information  j Queen's  Reach,  N.  W.  D.  One   (1)   year  will   be  allowed   for  1033 Granville St  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Re a. Bay. 77  after the 27th day of April, 1918, at  the office of J. .Mahoney, Government  Agent, Court House, Vancouver; S.  McB. Smith, Government Agent, Court  House, Nanaimo; J. E. Parrott, Secretary of School Trustees, South Wellington; and the Department of Public Works.  By application  to  the undersigned,  Barr A Anderson, 10J0  Hcm«r St  FLOORINO  FORCINGS  Wwunlnster Iron Worki.  JT»w WMtmhuter    Phon« 53  J. JTyf* Saita ft  ;*.,  132* RlcharAa. .a. HIS  GLAM—A1X KINDS.  VT. N. 0'N»11 A Co. Hi %<j. St..   8. 47»S-471f  HABDtTABMI  »'•»■•   Truer A 0»..  Ltd .- 11M Hta.r  St.._.S. 71M  Hett. J. A., Ill Haatlnga W Sey. 2327-»  T  -    HARDWOOD FLOORS  W. N. O'Neil A Co. Si* Sey. Ht...B. 4795-4788  J   Trt» Smith  A Co. 1S20  Rlahar«e. .■. 11»6  HARDtroOD LUHBKK  Smith, J.  Fyfe A Co.. 1880 Rlcharde..». ll»|  JIKATING—UOT   AIK,   dTKAM   AND   VJ5N-  .TltATINO  Bailey, B. A;. 1033 Granville St.,......S.  136  "" "    "    Anderson,   10<>0   Homer   at., .a. HHH  HEATING   AND   VENTILATINfl   ENGINEERS  L»«k A Co.,  Ltd., 1098 Homer St........... . s.   1(1  UOI8T1NG KNGINB8  KOOF1XO—ailKKT MBTAX.  <Set  Comic.  *u^ noofin*)  KOOtING  MATERIAL  Rltahl. Con. A^u^^rGrfnvUU^:!' Hi  78.  8  S*  ROrE-HANlLA  Balfour,    Guthrla   A   Co   turns should be furnished at least  a year.  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  [FAIRMONT mi     962 14th AVE. £.  AT YOUR SERVICE.  If yon want to reach the man who  buys BuilOing- Materials, Machinery.  Hardware, Electrical ana Plumbinjr  snpplies, Motor Trucks, Iron and  ¥£tl\etc;' lt Ym pay y°u t0 be repre-  ^ord. British     Columbia  The British Columhia Record is  the only building: and construction  newspaper in British Columbia con"  suited every other day by Contrac-  tors, Engineers, Architects, Buildine-  ******} Dealers, ShipbuUders, Lum?  ber Mills, and Mining  Companies.  TENDERS FOR DONKEY ENGINES.  Tenders will be received. up to  noon on May 3rd at the office of the  Public Works'Engineer, Victoria, for  the purchase of a donkey engine now  standing    eighteen    miles    north    of  accounting for the full quantity of mer-l RHcM" C°" * ^'^ GranV'' Bd*"R ""  Lhantable coal mined, and pay the roy-  Evana, coieman * Evan«, ft. Coi s. sm  ^lty  thereon.      If  the    co.nl    minfn„ \}v- ^'-O-Neii a Co.. ussey. st...s. 479S-4798  ri-hf,, ,M        .   .    . C°aI      mlnin& U'tchi*. Con. & Sup. Co.. uranv. Bris. .a. sub/  rights are not being operated, such re- iron and stbei.-stri.-ctlral  Olice    Caa-   Alll»-Chaimei,«.   10U3   IVnilur. . . .S. 6710  '.Can. Isoi-thwest ateel Co., Ltd.  Prince  Kdward St Kalr.  2396-7  s  Ing rights only, but the lessee mav"hi"  *f™*™^~:Mw'^  ni  t^ ^        / c  't-BbtJ«   may   De    Ritchie, Con. A Sua. Co., Oranv. Bd(r. .S. 91«. I  W. N. O'Neil A CO., 548 Soy. St. ..S. 4796-4798  Westminster Iron Work*. Sow WeBtniinntur l'hono S3  Wilkinson  Co.,  846 Beach S.  7916  IRON   AND  STKKL—ORNAMENTAL.  Can.   Allls-Chalmers.   1063   Peniler S. 5710  Bvani,   CoUman  &  Evana,   ft.  Col S. 2888  W. N. O'Noll A Co., 541  Kltchl* Cou. A Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdijf. .8. 916.  Westminster  Iron   W'orkn.   New Woatmlnster    Plion* 53   A »l>7-667»  RUSBIR, STAMPS  ���a.IV. A.  C. A 8~M.,ud.t  111 MMUn,. W...S.    31«  8AFR»— VAII.T DOORS  W. N. O'N.il A Co., 548 B.y. St...8. 47»5-47M  SAND   GRAVEL  4>i> CRISIIKD BOCK  fRraaa   CoUman * Bvana,  ft. Col % -js**  ojij.>   Bros.,   i.ia.,   ,\ow.   vVect      Vhnn^Z'ii   ii  .Rltohla. Con. A *Jp. c*. OranV.'jM^^/SiiJ  BASH  DOOR«,   WINDOM'0,   KTC.  W.N. O'N.ll A Co., 548 S«y. 8f.. .«. 47S5-47JJ  SlilNGLK  MAN.L-VACXCKKU8  AND DKAL-  UHti.     ■  (See.Lumbor and SMnglH.)  SLATK  The  lease   Will  InrlnrlA  tho „„.,  _,      L^vfln^',   Coleman   A   Evana,   Ft.   Ool.'. .a. ms  wiij  uiciliae tne COal  min-   Coujrhlan.  J.  *  Sons.   World  Bldg 8.   79/0  Sl'EEL—KISfNJ.-'ORCING.  Oal/our,    GuthHe   a   Cu   ii.yana,  Coltman A  Bvuns,   ft  .. .S. 9197-B67I  Col 3. 2 Hi I  STORU   *   OJ-IIGK   J-'LVTCRKS  FRONTS  w  application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,' or  to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  DeP»ty Minister of the Interior.  548 Sey. St..\S. 4786-4798 \qu*£'££?mln *£**?•,  Ft. Colum.  mllY,^!^8:'  ^•*Jvlst'n'n»t.r Phone, is, it  TELEPHONE DATA  NIW INSTALLATIONS  APBIL,  29, 1918  B- C  Tea & Coffee Co..  842  Cambie  ....'.   Pm,,,™nTrrt'"vS/-Vh,b'   Denman  &  Barclay....;  1 nmT>y;.fH''J,'olti\.Co',1tractor'   :J:i6  Rth ^ve.  W.  Lambert, .Mrs. K., Ury Goods. 54 4  Victoria  APEIL  30,  1918  •—     Sey.   --Sey.   Kalr.   High.  3 no  372S  1 122  sou  OLUMBiA  ROAD    SHOWS  MOVING   PICTURES  Prices 10c  MATR  )WS  TURES  Boxes 25c   Sey. .1.S-12   Sey. 704   Sey. 4f)22   Fair. j.(70  Dleffc.  H.   VV.   root Specialist.  73S  Granville..  Oi.tham,   Dr.   Colin,  office,   718   Granville   ....         K"1^' 1m   \V- »•• barrister, 16 Hasting E   J^afe'le, fa., Kl. Kstate, 031  15th B ....'.'.'.'..'.   CHANGES.  APRIL   29,   1918.  l^,;Mn\.GeraId  V'" H''lrrlster, from   102 Pender XV. to  7fiS GranvlllP  Tinrlrt AVrT-7,Ker',lM,r-'  tvom  7S,{   lender  VV to S30  fto >son  Bennett. Tho.s. & Son,  Kuril, from  1035 Kobson  to  12^6 I no'.    '      APRIL  30,   1918.    vfieJs!or C>;?lfVsr- M"l,jr Cycles, from 721  Smythe to 41S Abbott e   faey.     77  LATH—METAL  Brana, Coleman A Kvans, Ft. Colurnb..S. 39SS  VV. N. O'Neil A Co.. 648 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Kltchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.   9163  LIME.  Balfour.   GutNrio  &   Co S.   9197-6676  ETvans, Colernan A Evans. Ft. Columb. .8. 29iiS  Gllley Bros., New WoatmltfBter. .Phones 15. lfi  VV. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Sey.  St...6. 4795-4798  J'acifle him* Co., hu.1, I'aolUc Bldjr...._ H.  9506  Hltchlo Con. & Sup. Co., Granville. .S. 9162  K. V.  Winch  Co, hd.. Winch Bdg..S. 279-1944  LUMBER  Federal   Lumber   Co..   Bo«rva   Bids S. 3998-91 Barr A  Anderson,  10.60  Horn  MACHINERY  A   STOHR  £V"v-"', ?.°.11!nan  *  iCvans,   ft.  Col S. 2911  W. N. O'Neil A Co.,  648 S<Jy.   St...S. 47M.47M  TAR  AND  IUTCU  I''B""", Co-   '-'"-   "Hh  ami   Arlmtu*.   Hay.   778.  B\an«. Coleman A Evans,   ft.  Col 3. 3n$  TILE—DKAININO  S. 3984  filtchl. con. &-8W.'cVra7a«v. bXVSSiw  TILK—FLOOR AND  WALL  Brans, Coleman A Evans   ft   Oni «  i>..  W. N. O'.Veil A Co.. 64."^^.°.a. Vm-'"'  TIN TLA TBS  Balfour,   Guthrie &   Co  s   9197 kick  wttu-\mneb„* Co"  W,"ch Bid..  S    V78'-134i  Wilkinson Co., S46 Beach .....S. 7»i«  TOOL  STKEL  Darllnjr,   Frank  &  Co.,   1H2   Homer  St.   S.   4100-4191  VACUUM   CLEANING   SYSTEMS  WALL  *"<• St 8. 6181  BOARDS   Sey. 3088  .-..Sey. 7520  .-Sey. 7S.11  MiKh. 3.1.1  Sey.   4100-4101    The  Barren  Co      I „\     i77, "»-'««  it...H. 4795-4793    Evana    Pol«m«r/ *' r-   U'   """   Arl'»"'».   "•»•   771  Pender St. W. u Ne" & Co- b4S S«y. St...s. 4795-4794  298J  Ilrown,  Fraser &  Co.,   Uu..   1150  Homer  St S.  71M I Evans    r-nl«mn J.'V'"^   "'"""-"='  Can.   AHls-Chalrners,   108J   P«n'<lur 3. D710 '   coleman  &  Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2981  Darling,   Frank & Co.,  1142 Homer WATKKI'HOOI.- Coill'OrNn  r,,   „Street      Sey.   4100-4101   The  Bar  " "lND  W. N.  O'Neil A Co..   548 Soy.  St.       "    -   "     ""- '  Kltohln Con. & Sup. Co., Granvl   The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pende  Sey.   1065.  I WINDOW  HCKEEnb  MACHINE   WORK W' N' 0:N«il & Co.,  648  Sey. dt...S. 4TM-479K  WMtmlnRter   Iron   Works.   N'ew Wn.itrolnsler    Phone 53 J WIRE R<H»E  MANTELS—BRICK.  TILE  AND  WOOD      | E^"''^^^'0* *„   Ca ' '; «• >1»MW  Bvans,  Coleman & B-vahs  W. N.   C'N'ell * Co..  548  Ritchie   Con.   A   Sup.   Co..  i  «s,   ft.   Col S. 29 81    Uitchle   Con   *Sud   (Tn,!.    dJ,-,5'!IIW  Sey.  St...a 4796-4791    R.   V.   WInoh   * Co.P' W?ncl? Bid' "$ BV% ?'"  ,-o..   Granvlll...s. 9182' Wilkinson  Co..  S'le   Bnach^!. I.'.;./....s   79ir  L

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