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 ■i  ^hl**'**.  '*"■*■•  ICORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering-; British Columbia.  Vol. 14.    No. 60.    Monday, May 6, 1918.  CI LASS  !»88  I7M  5091  DIG  )D8  I53S  it  »t  «f  I  We carry a complete stock of  PLATE  SHEET  WIRED  PRISMATIC  CHIPPED  FIGURED  CATHEDRAL  PORT LIGHT  The  Mirrors, Bevelling  and  Leaded Art   Work   Given   Prompt   Attention.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550 Seymour St.  Home Bank of Canada  Head  Office, Toronto.  M. J. HANEY, CIS., President.  A     eeneral     banking     business  transacted.  All   classes   of   mercantile   accounts solicited.  Vancouver Branca,  446   Hastings   St.  W.  J.   F. MacDOBA—D,  Manager  We are equipped with the Most Modern  Plant in Canada  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  121* Pender St., E. Highland  1573  VANCOUVER, B. C.  K%mk  .1 - ",.;fi/'>V,''■'■ '■'  BUJXDINO-  PERMITS   AMOUXTTHVO  W)  S500  OB   OVEB ISSUED  _T  THB  VAKCOUVEB  CITY HALL XESTEBDAT  b«r  Description  -dwelling    ?0,000  -I  str.  fr.  add $500  Cost   Street Address  Ziot  and  Block   Subdivision  ;H"i.}'S:.of'.r.  UI54 Cornwall St 5—191  'r,G Kootenay  '. 5—27  Architect   Contractor  '52G Twentieth Century House Co.  H.   T   Address  Owner  H.' A'. Wiles 1361—8th W.  Owner    Address  Mrs.  James   Stark.,  R. J. Craig    g§t§Vancouver Brand Cement, ReSnforc-  ' |ing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  EVANS  LIMITED  ^FT.OFCOLUMBIA AV Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  burn Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE SEYMOUR  IMS  Standard Bank Building  VAMCOUVEB -  WINNIPEG  .umber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our Stock uthe Most Complete on the Pa'cific Coast  We are also Solo Agents for the  Celebrated '"Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  _3ss  &m  BUILDING /AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS .;   .  e  .t»Q  1320 Richards St  Vancouver, B. C.  •j^.j^.;.f*.^.;.i5>.^.*M5.;^^^.>^i»>«&»*;-^>%-t2!  *  BUELDING PERMITS  *^t^*.tjj.j«£>.j.i2>.j»i^vi^'.»5(^.<j>^.j?}.j.ijj.%tji»».i^,  iMtTUi. TsTHts  THE HOLDEIM GO^ Ltd.  GENERAL RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS  -/    SUPPLIES^  ,"„,*    "  Sole Aieentiin Canadafor     ' v' ,.!  Chicago Pneumatic-TobllCb.  r-:f ''V* Electric lTool.;ftRo1e1t>pVW»; jAfr^mprtMofc;  l -, - r- .-r:      ,-.-Fuel ,OII\ahd Gat, Engine*.&$$><;.  542-PSiriir St ,W:, VaicM-m B. C,  ,' - FhfH Sey. 1065 , '  Brown, Fra ser & Co., Ltd  9 J 96—R. Horowitz, garage and shed,  743 Georgia E., $200.  9197—Mrs. Smith, alter, to store, 141  Pender B., $300;  R. P. Forshaw, contr.  9199—W. E. Hodges, bid. garage,  1351 Broughton St., *$100; Hodgson &  King, contr.  9200—G.' E. Mitchell, garage, 1703  Stephen St., $300.  ling of- the Shaughnessy Heights Golf  X Club, is remodeling the residence of  *f*) M.ax Walkins on Angus Ave., and is  preparing to build several cottages at  Roslyn for the Canadian Robert Dollar  Co.  CONTRACT  LET FOR  ^REBUILDING  MORRIS BLOCK.  ..^Architect, T., A. .Fee,  570, Granville  Jgre*n,.8fe'%^£&T&^ve!^_.t. tor the -build-  Jug?/ oV-Ja. ttrtee-storey ./addition 'f,Jahd  "changing'the front-of the M^orris:Building-1 at 421 Hastings Street West. The  estimated '.cost of the improvements  will "be about,? 14,000, and work will be  | startedtoday.  It is expected the build-1  TENDERS  ALL TOO   HIGH.  CLOVERDALE — That the tenders  submitted for the completion of the  Surrey   dyking scheme' were  all  too  high, was the opinion of the commissioners at   their    adjourned   meeting  held yesterday in the municipal hall}  here.   Under these circumstances thef  ^commissioners  have; left' the, matter j  in- abeyance "and~it-'is -possible J that ai*  l-ahe-fem^tiMf^  ta&en aVa. little lateKdate-•;':-*• *-.  FRANK DARLING & CO.  "THGR"  t  Roller Bearing Drills •--Close Quarter Piston Air Drills--• Rivetting Hammers  Chipping Hammers--Wood Borers --Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc.  Complete  Stock of Accessories  V.  J)  V  1 14<* HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 41OO  DISTRICT TO ASK  FOR  W/iTER<WORKS TENDER I  SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  LTD.  hone Seymour 7155  1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Tenders will  be   Invited for Building f  East 'Seymour .Water System."    ] f  _-_ r ,.   ... .„ ..„,.—_ „^ „„„„-,     NORTH  VANCOUVER.-— Tenders/  [ing' will  be .ready for occupancy the|f0'r tne construction of a water system/  middle of- July.   -  ^ , j estimated   at   approximately   ?3O,000, '  ■" —- least of the Seymour river, are to'bej  JARVIS ELECTRIC CO. (invited  by the district of North  Van-j  AWARDED   CONTRACT, couver to oe in by May 23, according j.  The   Jarvis   Electric Co., Ltd.,  has j to a .resolution passed by the council f  j been  awarded  a  $12,000  contract fori at    the    last    regular    meeting.    The,  j the    electrical    machinery    on    three j bylaws  to authorize  the construction i  auxiliary sailing ships now under con-i 0f this water system  and to provide,1  struction by the Wm. Lyall Shipbuild-j the   necessary  money   were   submit-j  ing Co., Ltd. j ted to the ratepayers on Saturday. The I  included in this equipment are three i proposed  system  will  run  from  Sey- i  I  Steel For Every Purpose  '   -4,  ' V  J  *:  BSAXO^ CKAXWBX.U, .AM01.XB, P-AT-V, TBXS, COT.VXMU  coimcTKcr _quxfz>_.d tabmica-txho shops  CMMN NORTHWEST STEEL CO'l Ltd.,  Palnnont 2396 asd 3397  ▼•sconrw, ».  _ondoa, _n*.  KomtrMl  -Winnipeg*  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-COHSULTATION  8TEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  508 Hastings W., Vanoouver, B. C.  Csment Tsstlng- laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing -aoorstsry, Boom BI  Phone Sey. 2199  Reiident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  generators directly connected to gasoline engines, electrically, driven sail  hoists, and motor equipment for air-  compressors and bilge pumps.  The electrical sail hoist is a new  departure on sailing ships in B. C,  and is being made locally after original designs by the Jarvis Electric Co.  mour to the Canadian Robert Dollar  Mills on the Northj Arm of the Inlet,  with laterals en route.  A. B. Foreman, public works en- j  gineer for the province, in a letter .to!  the council advised that as soon as,,  possible repair work would commence j  on the government's road through  Moodyville.  GILLEY  Limited  I  i.  -DEAX.EBS   XN  Crashed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  $5000 HOME FOR  CORNWALL STREET, j  The  Twentieth  Century  House  Co.  have   awarded   a   contract   to   H.   A.  Wiles, .13(51—8th Ave. W., for the construction  of an   eight-room   residence  for Mrs. James Stark at 2-15-1 Cornwall  Street at a cost  of §5.000.    The residence is of the ready-cut system and  is the iirst one of its kinu to be erected  in this city by the Twentieth Century  Company.    The  home  will  be of the  very   latest   design,   and   among the  features will   be  a hot-water heating  system, hardwood floors, fireplace, cabinet  pantry and  kitchen.    The Twentieth    Century   House    Company   are  shipping many of these houses to the  prairies, some being sold as far north  as Kcnville, Manitoba.  INCORPORATIONS.  The following companies were is-j  sued certificates of incorporation dur-j  ing the past week:  . Spartan Oil Company, Limited, capital, $2fi0,000. with head office.at Van-'  couver; Eburne Steel Company, Lira-.J  ited, $100,000. Eburne; Point Hydrau-!  lie Mining Company, Limited, $25,000,<  Vancouver; Esplanada Pavillion Lim-:  ited, $2-5,000, Vancouver; National!  Motor Co., Limited., $10,000, Victoria; j  North Wellington Colleries. Limited,;  $25,000. Vancouver;. The French Red;  Cross Society. Vancouver.  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL: —  Largest stock of Mild. Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.'  BOLTS:—•  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.        We are  prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST   IRON   WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT —  LIME — HYDRATED   LIME —  FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH  FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone S037  DOMINION CANNERS, LTD., PLAN  EXTENSIVE   IMPROVEMENTS.  While in Vancouver recently, Mr. D.  Marshall, an official of the Dominion  dinners, Ltd., with headquarters at  Hamilton, Ontario, authorized extensive improvements to the company's  plant at Front and Lome Street. It  is proposed to increase the capacity of;  the plant considerably, and new machinery has been ordered and will be  installed immediately. When the new  plant is made ready for operation it  will employ about 200 people.  Contractor S. J. Newitt, 95-1—17th  Ave. \V„ who has the contract on this  work, is also completing tho remodel-/'  APRIL SETS   HIGH   MARK !  IN   U.  S.  SHIPBUILDING;  WASHINGTON,   D.C.—A   total   out-!  put of 240.000 tons of new shipping for|  the month of April was reported to the  shipping   board   by   Commissioner   of:  Navigation   Chamberlain.     Two-thirds  of the tonnage was constructed in the  last hall' of the month.  At that rate the output for the year  would approach three million tons,!  but shipping board officials are look-1  ing forward to much higher monthly !  totals as building gets under way. The .  best previous month's construction i  was in June of last year when 22S.I5 1:  tons was built. The total in March i  was Hit!,700 tons. The shipping board ,'  figures on April construction will not'  be announced until complete reports;  (Continued on  TaKe  4.) I  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B. C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR  COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GBAirVILLE ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR  LIFT  PUMPS  PHOKTE 9162  Forgrings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St,.  New Westminster, B. C.  A^i  __.'* BRITISH COLUMBIA. RECORD  British Columbia Record  "Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  BECORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  Telephone Seymour 780S.  "Address:   5S3 . Homer-Richards Lane  Rear of 431  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON....MANAGING EDITOR  ■Subscription Rates  One month    S1.00  Six   months   "ffj.00  Payable strlrtlv in advance.  NO LONGER INTERESTING  ,£*?!■:-  RECENT LAUNCHINGS.  Bellingham, Wash.—The Pacific  American Fisheries Co. launched its  sixth vessel here. The vessel just  launched is 250 feet long. Four other  vessels are under construction.  'pyyW^kWy^  feW;i;:;'X:':«te:;  Helen—She married him to reform  him. ,  Grace—And'failed? >  Helen—No, she succeeded—and after that she lost all interest in ^'m.  *    „„  _i     $  *  ^fyi  :^Yi£^>x?u7777:77Y"  PLUMBING  PERMITS  yl^i■l■■gl■^<l.^^^^»<■r^l■:.^i■^#.^».^<»^H^w^^e^»»  ;,     Last name appearing in each permit  given is contractor.  15,683 to 15,683  2009—E. Cook, 157 Alexander St., J.  G., Johnston.  2010—Church   at   170   Cordova   St.,  Ches. Morgan.    , r- <  2011—Loeweii,'  Harvey   &   Preston,  S14 Seymour St., Kydd Bros.  2012—Prof. E. Odium, 1520 Commercial Dr., P. Davis.  2013—Brewers    Bakery,   3130   Glen  Dr., P. Davis.'  2014—W. Flemming, 2622 Cambridge  St., J. G. Mortimore.  tut   fit   '     *'■*     >■#.•—>—•   —   •  A.I.—   *   A  •  A   ♦   A  ITtV*! • *» ™F~'r^Ttr"r-tr * W • W • *w 1 V*-^-T--  | ARCHITECTS .   |  Benzie. Jas. A., 510, Hast. W Sey. '3300  Bryan   &  Gillam,   509.'Richards  -•«—... -.•-;-- Sey.- 5508  Cox, -A.  Arthur? F.'lU.B.A'.', U42 "   V    ,  tPender,W:\:i'i'rL L.:...^...J....Ser. 8*72  Dal ton & Eveleigh, 615 ,  " ,    -Hast.  w'^r.:Li:...l...v...... Sey." -662  ' "Gardiner,"F.v'/O,., &   Mercer,   718   Gran.;  'r?Z,vSeymo'ur'3678.' _    ',-",,>•"   "**'■- ■'"» '• ''  ^LGarSiner'/,;Wm;f Frederick,-, 718';' "~;*f" **,  -   ".,v Grsin.".....l7z..J.t/...ir..j.:....\..r.'..'. Sey. 8672  Hone'yman &'Curtis,- 821 •  ,  Pender W Sey. 1621  Macey,. Frank," *70  Gran Sey. 1804  Matheson, Robt. M., 509 Rich...Sey. 5038  Palmer,    Bemard    C,     616  Credit Foncier  Sey. 3680  Pratt &  Ross.  736  Gran Sey. 1557  Sharpe & Thomson,  620  Pender   W Sey. 10C4  Somervell &  Putnam,   626  Pender   W Sey.  6230  Townley, Fred L., 325 iromer....Sey. 8013  Twizell,  R. P.  S.,  S37   Hast.W..Sey. 7925  INVENTS   RE-USABLE  FORM    FOR   VESSELS.  Spokane, Wash.—Henry L. School,  a Spokane mining man, has devised a  new method of making concrete ships  in which the war department is so  keenly interested that it has sent for  him and his architect to come, to  Washington at once. It now takes  two or three weeks and from 150 to  250 men to build the form into which  the concrete is poured for a vessel of  this construction. It takes several  days to tear it away after the vessel  is built and the work 'has to be done  over again for the next ship. Mr.  School has invented a form which, it  is claimed, can be put up in a day  and taken down in a day and used  for the next vessel.  '1000 added feet of waterfront adjoining its plant with the idea of doubling"  the capacity of its yard. The announcement was made by Bayley Hipkins,  Pacific Coast manager of the company.  "It is planned to devote the new  space to steel ship construction," said  Mr. Hipkins. "If this materializes, Tacoma will have a 20-way steel and  wooden shipyard. It is planned to  build up a community about the Foundation yard with homes for workmen  and business places to serve them."  Two new ways will be added also  at the plant of the Todd Drydock &  Construction Company and extensions  will be made to the big steel shed.  British Columbia Yards  '.^♦^►:^'>*^*8«'^€»^*,>*^S^.''M',^^''M-,4W<  Seven new shippers for this year  will be found in the Consolidated list  on another page. '  Loon Lake Copper, a Trail'shipper,  will issue $40,000 in bonds to build a  100-ton mill and pay for other equipment.  Tonnage total to the Trail smelter  this week was smaller than recently,  being 7,720 tons, with a total of 130,-  44L tons for the year to date.  Last Tuesday was the regular  semi-monthly payday in Trail, when  approximately $70,000 or more was  distributed here to Consolidated employees.  The Silver Glance mine in the Slo-  can district has resumed operations  after being closed down for the  winter.  As the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  have about 2,000 men in' their employ  the advance of 20 cents per day  awarded miners by the commission  will means an increase in their monthly payroll of nearly $10,000.  Kootenay district offers one of the,  finest fields of -mining opportunity to  be obtained anywhere, according to  A. G. Langley, resident government  engineer for that district, with head-  Diamond Brand has no equal  99.5 per cent pure.  ...,.',  OBTAINABLE FROM ALL WELL KNOWN DEALERS IN CITY AND COUNTRY  Pacific  Lime Co., Limited  Works, Blubber Bay, B. C. Pacific Bids;.,Vancouver B. C.  USE  Following is a list of the Shipbuilding  companies of British  Columbia now ac-, quarters  at   Revelstoko.  tively   engaged   in  ship  construction   or  recently organized:  TWENTY-WAY  PLANT AT  TACOMA IS PLAN  Foundation  Company  plans to   Enter  Steel Ship Field.  WILL HAVE TEN MORE WAYS.  TACOMA,    Wn. — The    Foundation  Company is considering the leasing of j    courer.  Steel Shipbuilding Plants.  Coughlan Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Wallace   Shipyards,  North  Vancouver.  -    -      Wood Shipbuilding* Plants.  Cameron  Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria. .   ,   .    ,.,  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., v ic-  Lyall Shipbuilding Co., North Vancouver. , , _      ^    _  New Westminster Enff. & Const. Co.,  Poplar Island. (  Pacific Construction Co., Ltd., Port Coquitlarn.  Standard    Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Van-'  A new and important strike has  been reported on the Copper Farm  group, four miles below Princeton,  owned by the Princeton Alining &  Development Co. 'Y  The Mandy, the northern Manitoba  rich copper producer, which sent 3,-  339 tons of ore to Trail in 1917, is on  the shipping list for 191S forjthe first  time^this week, with 104 tons. The1  ore is a 15 to" 20 per cent, product and  comes a distance of over 1,200 miles  from the mine to Trail;     .   ;•?  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  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  v>  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  '   Wo specialize In prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  /   i.  •BXC^ELECTRIX:-  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   representative   call  ..."■?"  *—»»  R;V. WINCH & CO., Limited  Vancouver and Victoria  • 4(< -*jj    >^rf  ;Wy>' '  PROPOSED   INEW    WORK  |    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    |  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive^epartment  Mayor .....:.:.  Ward '■■„._-.:.:  Ward 2 .:..'...  Ward 3 ........  Ward 4  ...„...„. ..........:.:.R. H. Gale  City Council  ....:„.:...........:Thos. H. Kirk  ...;„:•.. ..W. R. Hamilton  .;............... ...W. C. Marshall   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 .W,m. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller i G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J.'J. Johnstone  Accountant A. J. Pilkington  Engineering Department  Engineer F. L. Fellowes  Building Department  Building Inspector R. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Secretary S. J. Montgomery  Health   &   Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underhill  Library  Librarian  TI. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers, Chairman  A. C. J. Leek G. W. Hutchlngs  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  Ti. '■•• Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief  ■' >■ H- Carlisle  Character _sti__ted   Cost  Armory    —  Harbor Works ..„   Bank & office bldg.....  Hotel, C. N. Ry..   ...  »350,000  ".Not given  VANCOUVER  Location  Ownei  Grandview    1   Kitsilano  Reserve   ......  Hastings & Granville-  False Creek Fill...............   .-.::Government  ...:. LlGovornment  •. ..;Royal  Bank  ..:....C. N..Ry. Co.  Architect ...-.      Plana A*ady  Perry & Fowler   - -■   Uovernment     Preparing  No archt. commissioned yet _ :...  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  BY   PATRONIZING    .  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  *~t *",    * i  Most   modern and complete - equipment for    ^  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Jv *'.  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rates  UNION   STATION  'Phone Seymour 405  MAIN STREET  ':YY-i0YY7YY<  '-■^i'?:.Y  n-PBOVE—X*BTT8 U8TBD 1M__DIAT__T BSIOW AB8 nOPOSES  BUT  RAVE  BEEN POSTPONES:  Post Office    Post Office  ....  Concrete Garage   $250,000   $35,000  Gore and Keefer.... _. J)om. Govt  South Vancouver.......  ..Dom. Govt  Fifth & Fir Sts.. Ford Motor Co.  Dom.   Govt.  Dom.   Govt.   ...  Owners   ..Delayed   Delayed  ..Delayed  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  ADAM  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN ■ ■ DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone MlaThland 728  2021 Wall St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ♦*♦»»*'* * ■* '!■»<V * 'I' <**<****+*+*<+*•  +***+**>V+l'+>l>*+**+*<9 h* |.»'H^-  t  f  Character     Co«t  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7-00-9.00  PR8CES 20c -30c  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  location    ':..   Owner  Architect  Plana Beady  Office 813-815 Bower B8dg.  Vancouiveir, B. C.  PILING:*™ POLES  FIR, CEPAR or HEMLOCK  any length ~ any diameter  I       FEDERAL LUMBER CO.       t  i> Incorporated 1909  t    1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999   %  t  u%*>^*^«»^t|w^*4.«|»^.t|»4.ig)»l.<gi^«g)4.*4.<lMj.   4^V«M»***^'K«t'H«<l"5«,W«<?»^*4M?»«V*^*  I  OID YOU   KNOW?  WE   SELL  LET US QUOTE  S  Smith, OavecSsoBTi $k  Wright Ltd.  *VAPVCOLJVt:i*   iiru!   VICTORIA  The largest paper house Jn the west BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ranar  (Union $^xzre~§aitifcaKCi$CQ  (mime cenfer crme  (My&Li^andGlor  ^aies* /ram $Z?°per  TJaif. ^QGoT^oomr.  G>ni)cnteni io ifie  7/mierf$ubr9$kops  andl&ifam/f^  *73zarona6le73x(es.  nayem&d (lam^Mhocb  waMBm&sb&mMMMHBamaxmaMi  ••f<to^fc'5sv.«..«-;'ii«a*A*1.  %  AUTOMOBILE CLUB MEETING.'  A get-together meeting of members  of the Vancouver Automobile Club  will be held on Tuesday evening at the  Hotel Vancouver at 8 o'clock. Well-  known speakers on automobile topics  will be present and a bright and varied  musical programme has been arranged.  LIKE   A   RAILROAD.  Kalispel, Mont.—KalispelL is now  the terminal of the run of seven 16-  passenger auto busses which will make  scheduled trips between here and  Whitefish, Somers and Big Fork. The  enterprise grew out of motor traffic  in connection with commercial travellers who make these towns.  * AUTOS   AS   LOCOMOTIVES.  To enable division superintendents  to get about easily without the use of  locomotives needed in regular service,  the Chicago, Burlington # Quincy railroad has converted a number of automobiles of a moderate-price make into  •vehicles capable of travelling on the  rails. According to the Railway Age  Gazette, these automobiles were adapted by replacing the rubber-tired  wheels with pressed-steel flanged  wheels, attached to a rigid^ axle,' adjusted to standard gauge. The steering  wheel is made inoperative, the steering post serving to support the throttle and spark, levers. Since the" steel  wheels ' are -somewhat smaller than  those with which the car is regularly  equipped, it was necessary to apply  racing gears instead of the standard  gears furnished with the, car. This  makes possible a speed of 40 miles an  hour. A frame is placed under the  center of the car on which it is raised  when it is necessary to turn it around  or remove it from the track. The cars  are run under tram orders, the driver  acting as engineer and the superintendent as conductor.  TRUCKS IN EAST.  The increase in registrations for  motor trucks in Massachusetts was 40  per cent, more in 1917 than in 191G,  showing, in the opinion of A. N. Sov-  ers of the Jackson Motor Car Company of Boston, distributors for the  Fulton truck in New England, that  the business men of New' England,  have awakened to the value of time  saving by the use of the truck.  TRUCK AND   TRAILER  ~   MOVE     STOCK.  Instead  of   depending  upon  a railroad   to   move   a   stock  of  store   fixtures from,Cleveland to Toledo, Ohio,  a   shoe   dealer   who   purchased   the  stock called in the services of a Packard  truck  and   a  Troy  trailer.   This  j permitted him to pack up the load in  'Cleveland Saturday, arrange his stock  in   Toledo  Sunday  and  be ready  for  I business. Monday.    Due to the fragile  ' contents of the load, travel was slower  and 15 hours were consumed in making the trip of 126 miles.  GENERAL AVERAGE GOOD.  "Does you car go as fast as the demonstrator said it would?"  "Not quite; but, the gasoline goes  even faster."  THE  CHEERFUL  FLIVVER.  "He says • that he never lets anything pass him." -   <  "You ought 'to see him when the  plate comes alone in church"   -  „, p  I^T^RUXTUN is the way out of the hauling  A problem—the easy way, the economical way,  the short wav the satisfactory way. Take nearly any pleasure car new or second-  £_f wJw_ convert it at once into a depends shaft-driven VA- or 3-ton truck.  It doesn't only mean cutting down your expenses.  It will do the work of three teams. It means  having one driver do three times as much—most  important in these trying days of labor sh. .age.  It means increasing your delivery radius and keeping things moving regularly "day-in and day-out.  With a TRUXTUN you are independent of the  sorely taxed railroads for shipping to nearby points  and anything which helps the railroads now help3  the whole country— helps win the war.  Let us send you complete details or arrange for a  demonstration.  BLACK BROS. Limited  ,, ,D HOMER STREET, VA^OU "Ci C, -, PHONE SEY. 668 Distributor. ^British Cl»mb»  *Kl£*0  ■"■ -i:f-i$"-  ***  l\  *fc»       *  .» i in A    1    T\-m    «  Internal uear Axie vnvc  The simplest, most efficient nnd economt-  cnl form of drive. Chain drive hno been  superseded until now 90 % of oil standard  trucks operate by shaft drive.  The TRUXTUN has the additional advantage of a solid forged nickel steel axle,  which Rive" it much sreuter strength and  durability than the bu.lt-up, cast and  bolted housings used on many moderate-  priced trucks.  NOT a Chain Drive  Mm \ikm^&^  V'YilY&.'-ilvY1)' Y\Y^:i^i.■■•<>■ .,;:';!;'i.ii!!'i|;i  Per  .1 I U-  12-i-  13 0-  "For  1 -i »',-  1 ::s-  For  lii-'-  I sopor  1S0-  Tord  Cars—Model  Inch   wlUM'lbase      inch    wheelbaso      inch    wheelhase      Ford   Cars—Model  inch   whpolbuse      inch   wheel base*.      Other Cars—M(.del  inch    frame,   length   rich    frame   length   Other   Cars—.Model  inch    I'runiL-   Icimth... .  inch    frumo   length   I"*riccs F.O.B. Facto  -»  ffOBSSSSi  \0gsssst^sssB^sssmsz  CTJKSaOBKBHBMaW^lOU^  BEOG MOTOR COMPANY LUTED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 9045  'X' **¥  V'.i  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  *  .•is  . /  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  VANC6LIYER GAS.C^iilPANY  Carrall and Hasting Sts. <' , ;■-■  v is  TPhe»r»_"S«ynfiour 5000  -JJ £.'-- "-j—*  IT' Y.  \  ■v'-j '  'A "-   *- .J  .    **' '  ~ ^. ^  :  LEEK & CO., LTD  C i. m   ■»«**■*„    s_ *~r  Consulting and Contracting  Heating and Ventilating Engineers  Seymour   661 1098 Homer St.  VANCOUVER B. C.   •  COPE & SON  1 SO Hasting St., W. 'Phone Scy.8602:  ESTABLISHED 1898  Twenty years   in business  In Vancouver  Electrical Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your troubles. We repair everything Electrical. Nothing too  large, nothing too small. If you have any lighting  trouble send for our expert who will advise you without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and Offke  Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.  g-s SUW  .   ___-_..   ,-.t_    .        _!i-  l •itts"* cot,ttm*t* rfcq~t>  "BAGLEY MAKFS GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  Ltd.  V,  A. G. BAGLEY & SON  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    "*^,f ACTURERS  New Work — Contracts Let  58sara». »■_■ ^gd8s_-g-»--ns.js  SEALS     STENCILS     RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,    METAL   CHECKS,  TIME   CHECKS,  KEv   TAGS     BRASS    SIGNS     NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PHICES  Moved to S16 PENDER ST., W.  PHONE SEY. 316  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, Mar.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General  Towing  324 Front St. New Westminster  Telephone 1015  WHICH    COSrSTRTJCTIOB*/    xs  TH_    rOLLOWINa   TABI£   SHOWS   BRINGS   OOSOTWgg _« ^g^xp^OT VET STARTED.  Character  -   —  CoBt  Depot and  terminal  $1,000,000  3 new bldg. and 2 alterations fj?°'°°2  Causeway    $ou,uuu  Shipbuilding  plant      Dredging between piers    Cold Storage plant    Brick   Canning   Plant   Power Plant     Sleeping  Pavilion      Telephone Exchange    Concrete   lighthouse   tower  Remodel Bldg   Sower   Work  ""!Z!$'J0,000   $20,000  "."? 15,000  ;.."!"$ sToo'o"  r    yvoiiv    Viernn  Warehouse etc iTnn'nno  Saw  Mill   *I™'nnn  Shipbuilding plant  $70,000  Power   House  VV'VX'n  Residence    - tdn'ono  Concentrator etc »|^'2S2  Station  and  Terminals      "0°.^*?  Jetty  (Second Unit)  Turning Basin       Trunk Sewer — -   Dredging  -    Seawall.    -   Wharf    Store  and   office   bldg.      Sower      Wood  Bridge    1   Sto. Frame Building   Shipbuilding Yards    Club  Building     10-Stall Roundhouse    Frame  Building  ....$300,00')   $100,000        300,000   1700.000         100,000   $16,000   $00,000  ....$300,000  '    $5,000   $5,000  .'"""......$2b"bod  _i_m     $35,000  mm*    ii o nnn  lie-model  Building        \\2,000  Foundation   for   Shed _ $2&,<,us  and Sheds  ► Vancourer  Freight Offices  Pier Extension tTn'riri  1   Story Brick Addition $£.000  Frame  Apart.   Hou-i    »«.000  Front  Store  Bldg V?I'S--  Dredging   for  Causeway Htnal  Alter Theatre Building $6,00UJ  _oo»tlon _ -  °~ner  False   Creek  Can.  Northern  By.  10th & Willow St University of B. C.  Coal  Harbor  City  of' Vancouver  Port Moody ...Port Moody Shipbuild. Co.  Burrard Inlet Can. Pacific By-  Foot of Gore Ave ..Oan. Fishing Co.  Kelowna  B. C. Evaporators, Ltd.  Nelson  B.   C.   Telephone  Co.  THnlei   Island    B   C Dom.   Govt.  C53PGranvine.^lliott Shandley _«McLean  «Taalt :z::zzzx>om." <££l  6th & wflTowT.".." Alberta Lumber Co.  Poplar  Island   .Westminster Marine Ky.  Anyox   Granby   Min.  &  Smelt.   Co.  New W«stmlnster..Mrs. J. C. Armstrong  Surf 'Inlet Surf  Inlet   Power   Co.  False   Creek Great   Northern   By.  Fraser River (lower)- Dominion Govt.  iT>nin»  frpek     Government  Stanfcy Park"""".- Sewerage Board  lalseCreak   Government  False Creek  _..-.; £-«««   rW  Patricia  Bay  Can.   N.  P.  Ry-  Co.  \MctOiT*l& •    -••- ...,......—•.•••«• —*■■•■••"  Hastings  Park" Sewerase  Board  Bridge'st- ::\'::::::::"\\".'v'anrLumber co.  Vanc-onrer ".'.'. J- Coughlan &; Sons  VancouTer..Shaughnessy Ilgts. Golf Club  Vancourer G- N- n*-  10th & Willow Sts McGIll  University  Cordora St. W Royal Bank of Can.  Yanc«UT«r G. N. ny.   C N. Ry.  Vancouver  ■■■■■ ------^,-C. P.  R.  774 Granvlll* St C. S,  Gustofson  1098—12th Ave. W W. S. Thompson  • 32 Granvills St L. N. MacKechnie  Vancouvmr  v;;—v;"«.  ^\\Z  9(1 «ran Tills St W.  P. Nh ills  Architect   -  Contractor  Pratt & Ross....Northern Const. Co. and  I ratt o- .u°» Carter> Halls Aldinger Co.  Sharpe & Thomyaoi.- Baynes 4. Horie  Owners  """'Owners  Owners   - w   D   Grant  X -•"■ ".""'. A.   W.  Quist  8w"e«  ■.".'"."■.'."."■.'....Ward   &   Baldock  Du Cane Dutcher & Co ;ja-8;"Xayn"eVd  Sonera    ""'SnTdiVrBros. & Brethour  Owners..::.'::.Snider Bros. & Brethour. Ltd.  riwnp'rs '."".""."'.Warr'e'n"& Stancombe  RW  „,? ""    Tarfltt Bros.  Ownei s       Owners  Owners  -  Owners  °wners  Taylor" Engineering   Co.  Townley''& James  J-   C. Allen  F"L'VowniVy.'.Grant"Smith'_S  Govt.   ..„„.. .....3Iaiah. fluton^Poweia  Co.  Government. "'  Owners  ....Pacinc Dredging Co.  F^Zeiii'''.::::::::::::::^^^ Dredging co.  nZ»*7i A. G. Cieelman & Co.  Ownei.*-  -"•• *-"■      n        Victoria  OWTieis  r.„nv    nmn  Percy  Fox  Owners   ....  Owners    Owners     Luny  Bros.      Owners  ..A. W.  Mesher   _ Owners  ....-•"— •• •.■"er""".'".".". Purdy & Lonergon  F    L.   Townley Grant    Smith  &   Co  11  a. MacDonnell. Ltd.  Sharpe & Thompson -Bayncr? & Horie  Contactors *"J¥^ymlV*nCo  Owners  Grant   Smith   ft:  Co.  uwncrs  & MacDonell, Ltd.  Pratt & Ross....MacDonald, Nettleton &  9z™™ * :::::::::::;::::::"6wn'oVs  2WL    Benglof"":'.'.'"'.'. "...:.-.A.   L.  Benglo t  T   A  Fel"_ w- Hepburn  CJty.'. .'.'."Dominion   Construction_Co_  Owner    Owner  Insurance  case." asked the first lawyer.  "A hundred and fifty thousand dollars,", replied the second lawyer.  "Good round sum, eh?"  "Yes, but I thought that the old man  left more than1 that."  DEPARTMENT OF WORKS.  rirer Theft,   Collision,   Property  Damage and Personal Liability.  ^ L  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  LIMTTED  Winch  Bldg. 739   Hastings  St.  W.  Estab. 18S6        Vancouver, B.C.. .  have been received from all shipyards.  Those from Pacific coast yards may  not be at hand before the middle of  next week.  "To the lay mind, unaccustomed-to  shipbuilding figures,"    said    a   statement by the board making public Mr.  Chamberlain's   report,   "this   total   of  240,000 tons not seem very impressive.  But it means that during the 26 working days in the month there were turned out on an average of 9,000 tons of  ship  construction a day."  have their first barge about two-thirds  done and expect to be able^to launch  it in about three weeks..-.T> was started March  20/aniMs  expected to-be      , .    pnNTSACTOpLc  finished about May 21.    The barge is      NOTICE TO CONTKAL1UK&.  Tfeet1 long, .with 34 feet beam and     SOUTH   WELL.NGTON  SCHOOL  has a tonnage rot 650 tons..                 .        Sealed tenders, superscribed^    Ten  •    "                                                       der for-..South,.   Wellington  School,'  will be received by the Honorable-the  12  day  'and  w., i(^"«;.-<=—; . t -v.--.     j-completion   of '  a     rour-room   schop-  building-concrete   ships ; and   bar6es'\ouse at South . .Wellington; ., in  the'  Newcastle Electoral District.  A. MISCALCULATION. land Fir, on an area adjoining .L. 3004  "What did you get out of that will Queen's Reach/ N. W. D.  One (I) year will be allowed for  removal of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief  Forester, Victoria, B. C, or District  Forester, Vancouver, B. C.  MACHINERY FOR VESSEL  HAS ARRIVED HERE  NEW WESTMINSTER—Three car-  loads of machinery, including the main Mahonev, Government  engines   and   some   other   equipment,   the omce oi J\\__    ;/_    G  to  be installed in the War Kittimat,  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be seen oh and  after the 27th day of April,  1918, at  The Goldie & McCuHoch Co.  LIMITED  Gait Safe Works  SAFES,     VAULTS,  DEPOSIT BOXES,  etc.  Made in Canada  Seymour 3907  569 Richards St.  Vancouver  have arrived and are being unloaded  at the New Westminster Construction  & Engineering Co., Ltd.'s assembling  plant on the city wharf at the foot of  Tenth street.  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  The first shipment from Keiier by  the way of the Miller Navigation Company, operating the steamer Nes'pe-  lem on the Columbia river, was made  the other day, according to a report  from Keller, Wash. The shipment  consisted of 12 tons of spar consigned to the Trail, B. C, smelter. The  Trail smelter has an engineer here  and is operating the Fogarty spar  property on Jack. Creek, four:: 'miles  north of Keller. A ' 50-ton shipment  will be all that is made at present.  This is to relieve the'-. shortage of  spar needed by the smelter. ■  MACHINERY FOR SALE  1—51^x8   American Hoist and  Boiler >,  \—    6x12 Beatty Hoist  1 only       Beatty Swing Gear  1    " Capstan Shaft  1    " Marine Boiler  j.    " Upright Boiler  1    " 20G0-lb,  Pile Hammer  Driver  and other miscellaneous Contractors' Equipment.in first class condition.  MRS. W. G. GILLETT  Phone Bay. 2812-L  SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL  MINING  REGULATIONS. ;.    >  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory,- tne Northwest  Territories,and"a portion of;the Prov.,  nceT'of' British Columbia, :may be .leas,  cd for a term of twenty-one years ai  ^nTannual' rTentar^f' $i; per^re.,<;}No  ^A-k^*hoS».*9rsfift1!n(f>T;ea"^wlll-'',beUeased  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRM0HH46L     962 14th AVE. E.  i  j AT YOUR SERVICE. j  * If you want to reach the man whoj  J buys Bu.lldlnsr Materially Machinery•, i  * Hardware, Electrical ana ««»*_«*  iauDPlies, Motor Tracks, Iron ana.  ! Steel, etc., it will pay you to be repre-f  Isented in the British Columbia.  i Record. I  1 The British Columbia "Record is;  tthe only building- and constructton:  Tnewspaper in British Columbia con-.  ? suited every other day by Contrac-.  Ttors   Engineers, Architects, Building1 j  * Ma?erfal Dealers, Shipbuilders, turn-1  jber MiUs, and Mining- Companies.      i  iOLUMBIA - THEATR|  ROAD    SHOWS  MOVING   PICTURES  Prices 10c  Boxes 25c  Agent, Court House, Vancouver;  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,  contractors may obtain a copy of the  plans and specifications for the sum  of ten dollars ($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 20  per cent, of tender, which shall be  forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or if he fail to  complete the work contracted for. The  cheques of unsuccessful tenderers  will be returned to them upon the  execution of-, the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  signed with the actual signature of  the tenderer.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department.  Victoria, B. C, April 20, 1918.  TIMBER   SALE   X1334.  Sealed tenders will be received by  the District Forester, Vancouver, not  later than noon on the 11th day of  May, 1918, for the purchase of License  X1334, to cut 375,000 feet of Fir and  Cedar on an area adjoining L. 2308,  Prince of Wales 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.  TIMBER SALE X1325.  Sealed tenders will be received by  the District Forester, Vancouver, not  later than noon on the 10th day of  May, 1918, for the purchase of License  XI325,   to   cut   115,000   feet   of  Cedar  ('*Wpplicatlons>,Jt6r '*aPlease" mustube  made by vtli© -applicant;in person to  We Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe district in which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for shall  be'staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating tbe mine shall  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  furnish the AgeDt with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined, and pay the royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year. ■•■#  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  atNthe rate of 310 per acre.  For::full information application  ■should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  fo any Agent or Rub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  NORTH SHORE CIVIC  OFFICIALS.  DISTRICT OF NORTH  VANCOUVER.  Chairmen of Committees:  Board of Works...... Councillor R   P   Purclic  Waterworks  '    ,     „.U-„^Hrg  Fire and  Light  A.   \V.   Whitakcr  Finance  " J»c„!5   L'ol,ut  Park and   Plans  i(  Police and Health   Reeve '-   u  CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER  j,rayor Geo.  W.  Vance,  Esc*..  CITY COUNCIL  Chairmen of Committees:  Waterworks     f;.'»«'  VVatson  Parks &  lioulevards • E-  A-  M«n on  Ferry      ^V •   -'•    l"'"'c''iy  rSo.-.nl of Works '1'. Ii win  DISTRICT WEST VANCOUVER  Chairmen of Committees:  RCCve V.   V.   Vinson.   Esq.  Water, Fire K I.islit. .Councillor   I.   S.   Yates  Hoard of  Works  " P.   Morgan  Finance  " ,{-   V-   Proctor  Parks & Transportation       " S.   Cisby  Business Directory and  Buyers9 Guide  When Buying Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  .     ARCHIXECTtBAl.    TKHKA    COTTA.  Bvans, Coleman & Bvan», Ft. Col. St., 8. 2988  O'Neil,- Wm. N.  Co   Ld.,  548  Seymour.S. 4795  Ritchie   Con,    4   Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     Gran,    Z'..  Bri4««     8. 916 J  ASrifALT   FELT.  Bran*, Coleman & Evana,  tt. Col S. 2988  Th«  Barratt  Co.,   Ltd ,   lOtU  »nd   Arbutus.   Buj,   772.  AUTOMOBILES  B»gg Motor Co., Ltd.,   1002 Grarela St.  W 8. 9045  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  B.gg Motor Co., Ltd .   1062 Georgia St.  W 8. 9043  AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE  Ceperlejr. BouiiBfell 4 Co,, Ltd., Winch Bldg... .8.  7820  BKICK—ALL KINDS.  Bvans    Coleman   &   Bvans,   Ft.   Col.,   8. 2988  Gllley Bros.,  Lt*., Now Weat.,  Phones 16,  16  W. N. O'Neil &Co., 541 Sey. St., 6. 4795-4798  Rltohle   Contr.   &   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd..   Gran.   St.  Bridge    ,; 8-   91t.i  R.V.\Vlnoh & Co..  Ltd.. Winoh B. S. 279-1944  BUILDING  1TKLTS  AND  l'AI-KS.  Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ft. Col.,. .S. 2988  W. N. O'Noll t. Co., 548 Sey. St., S. 4795-4798  Paterson llfg. Co., lOtht Arbutus"Sts., B. 772  BONDS—SUKJSTY.  R.V.Winch & Co., Ltd.. Winch B., S. 279-1944  <.    ', CEMENT.  Balfour,   Guthrie & Co &- 919<-6675  Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ft. CoI...S. 2SS8  Gllley* Bios., LU., New West., Phones 16, 16  W. N. O'Neil & Co.,.54S,aey. St., S. 4795-I79S  Ritchio   Contr..  &   Sup..   Ltd.,   Granville   St.  Bridffe         b. 910S  R.V.Wlnch 4 Co.. Ltd.. Winch B.. S. S79-1944  CEMENT TESTING  AND ASSAYING.  'Ca'n. Tiispc't & Tost.  Lal>„ Empire Bldg.   ,     S.   4b06  ft   Co.,   Standard   Bank  * S. 2199  Hunt,   Robt.   W.  Bids-   CONTRAGipBS—GENERAL. (  Armstrong-,   Morrison    &    Co..    Ltd.,    Bower  Bd?., i •. \   CONTKACTOK3—TILE—TEHKAZZO.  S. 2988  S. 4795-47»!>  Evans,  Coleman 4  Bvans,  ft. Col.  VV. ><. C ^ou & Co.. 544 s>ey. «Si.- ►  CttA>BS   AND   HOISTS    (ELECTK1C  Th« Holden Co.. Ltd.. 642 Pender St W.  bey.  lubo.  DRILLS—PORTABLE   ELECTRIC  Darlinf   Frank ft Co,;ll« Homer^^^  The-Holden "Co.; Ltd., S42 Pender St.^W.  BLECTRICAT. »CmiK8  B.  C- Electric Co., -Ltd..  _  S.  5000  ^on-1£«gS W~^^$  ■^KVATOR^CAlM%KDriW<XOeWI^«.: >r  W  N   O'Neil 4 Co., 548 Key. St. S. 4/■*»-*»»"  Wlcfci.  Wr.   4   Sup.   Co,.   Ltd..   Gran. fSu  ,.   Brid's*'4-' •"• :,"■.'."  .' *" ,   " KLBVATOBS'  MARBLE  AND  ONVX  Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col.' S. 2988  W.  N.  O'Neil 4 Co..  54* 8ey. St. 8.  4795-4798  MOTORS  B   C.   niectrlo Co,  Ltd _  i 3. 5001  r  MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Beifg Motor Co., 1062 Georgia W. S. 9045  PACKING,   BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   600D9  Duulop Tiro & Rubber Goods Co., LU].,  841 Cambl« Hi.     S. 19—S.20SJ  PAINTS—FIRE-PROOsT.  W, N, O'Neil 4 Co., 548 Sey. 8t. ..8. 4795-4791  PAINTS—Daj*P PROOF.  Evans, Coleman 4 Bvans,  ft. Col 3,2988  O'Noll 4 Co . 648 Sey. St. . .8. 4796-4798  W. N.  Paterson  Mfg.  Co..  Evana, "Coleman 4 Evans,  ft. Col.  IV. .NT:0'iV»!ll <* Co.. 54k S«y. «5t...S. 4796r47aS  8. S1C2  H.  P.rown  J.  McCarthy  Briilgman,   lCs(|.  TELEPHONE DATA  JJEW IWSTAI.—ATIOWB  cKAJsraBS.  JTIKECLAT  Balfour.   Guthrie  4  Co  .. . .8.  «"-«7|  iS?^^™"^^-™'.-^. Cp°honob.- 1-5  VV '??.  O'Neil  4 CO.  648  Sey.  St..  8.I7BB-     98  Ritchie Con. 4 Sup. Co    Granvl   Bd«..a JJJ  r. v. Winch 4 Co.,   .Vlaoh Bid*.. »• 119-1***  FIRE  EXTINGt'lbMER  SYSTEMS.  Barr 4 Anderson. 10*0  Hcmer St *. «1»0  FLOORING  F0RG1NG8  WMtnilnstsc Iron Works.  N.w Wwtifllnst.r   *Pbon. 53  J.   Kyf»  Hmitll  4   C«..  1329   Rlehard*. .*. 1»«  GLASS— 41- KINDS.  W. N. O'Nsll 4 Co. 841 Sey. St..   S. 47M-479?  JfAHDWAR-  Brewa   Tra»er 4  C:.  Ltd..   11»«   rja-sr St....B. 7155  FUtt. J. A., Ill Ha»tln6« W Sey. 2327-8  , HARDWOOD FLOORS  W   N   O'Neil 4 Co.. S48 S»y.  «.. .S. 479S-4798  T:\Wftt»  Smltb   4 Co .  1320- Rlohards. .8. llM  HARDWOOD LUMBER  Smith, J. Fyfe 4 Co.. 1320 Richards..8. 1198  IIEAT1NG-UOT   VIH.   STEAM  AND   VENTILATING  Rallev   E  A .1033 Granville St S.136  Barr   ft Anderson, ;1060   Homer   St.. .S. 8180  HEATING   AND   VENTILATING   ENGINEERS  Leek 4 Co..  Ltd..  1098 Homer  St  8-    ««1  HOISTING  ENGINES  Ritchie Con   4 Sup. Co.. Granvl. Ed*..8. SIM.  INTERIOR  FINISH  Evans.  Coleman 4  Evans,   ft.  Col.... .8. 2988  \V    N.  0'Ne[l * Co.. 54S Sey.  &t...S. 4795-479*  Ritchie. Con. 4 Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .o. ^«-  IRON AND STEEI—-STRfCTl UAI  Can. Allls-Chalmers, 10«2 Pendor... .S.  Can. Nortliwt-st Steel Co., Ltd.  Prince  Edward St *air. 239G-7  Evans. Coleman & Evans, 11. "-o'-- •»• "%  Coughlan. J. 4 Son.. World Bldg.. ..8. .»■ J  Macdonald, Marpolo Co., Ltd. •••;••• •=; -'u  Ritchio. Con. & Sun. Co Granv. Bdg. .8/ 9l«.  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co., 648 Sey. St.. .b. 4795-4798  Westminster  Iron  Work-.   New Westminster    "'"•»?  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach S.   /»l&  IRON AND STBEI^—ORNAMENTAL.  Can. Allls-Chalmers, ^63 ■ Pemler... .S. 6no  Evans. Coleman 4 Evans. «. Col.... -S. 2988  W. N. O'Noll 4 Co.. 548 Sey. St . -S. «9J-4798  fitrht« Con. 4 Sup. Co., (jranvl. Bdig..S. 91H.  \%_tmtat.r "«* Works.  New Westminster    I'hon. 53  LATH—METAL  Bvans, Coleman 4 Evans. Ft. Colurnb....8. 298|  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co,, 648 S«y. St.. .S. <T96-4798  Ritchie  C.  and  S.   Co.,  Gran.   St...;.S.   9162  .S. 6710  LIME.  Balfour,   Guthrie  &  Co.  Coleman 4 Evans, r u .„u.u.......«. --  Bros.. New Wostm_insteir; .PhoriBS^l-^l*  06  ..... ..S.  9197-6576  Evans, Coleman 4 Evans. Ft. Colurnb. .S, 89*8  Ny o'.Neil 4 CO.V54S Sey. St.. .8. "95-4798  He Urns Co.. Ltd.. I'acillc Bklg -- ..«• »j0b  "hi«   ron    4   Sup.   Co.,   Granville..S. 916.2  rrtrhZu  r%   Tv,     Wlnr-h Bdlf..S. 279-1944  Gllley  W  i'aciflc  RUVhWlnch Co. -LA.: XVU^BiK..&. in  LUMBER  Federal   Lumber   Co..   Kogora   Bldg S- 3998-9  MACHINERY  Brown.  Fra.sor & Co.,  Ltd..   1150  Homer St 8. 7135  Can.   AlllH-Chalmers.   1063   Ponder  Darl  .S. 5710  Nf o".H * CoV. 548 Sey. St... .d. "06-4788  Ritchie Con. fcfiup. Co.. TA^^v tt VV  The Holden Co., Ltd.. 542 Pender^ St.Q W.  MACHINE   WORK  Westminster  Iron  Works.  N.w Westminster    Phone 53  MANTELS—BRICK. TILE AND WOOD  ,.„.   rnlaman 4 Bvans,   ft.  Col.... .8. 28  Evans,  Coleman 4 Bvans,  88  WN'C'Neil 4 Co., 648 Sey. St.. .6. 4795-4798  Ritchie   Cob.   ft   Sun.   Co..   Granville..8. 91*-!  10th   4   Arbutus..B.    771  PAPER  Smith, Darldion  4 Wrijitit. Ltd.,  Homer  aud   Ua>te   Sta -  S. 958*  PARTITION—FIREPROOF  Evans, Coleman 4 Evane Ft. Colum. ,S. 2988  Ritchie. Con. 4 Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. 91CJ  PATTERNS  Westminster  Iron Works,   .Now Wustralnstcr    1'houe 51  PIG   IKON AND TIN  Balfour,   Guthrie  «c  Co S. 9197-6571  Evans,  Coleman 4 Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  Wilkinson   Co..-Ltd..  846'Heacti  Ato S. 7915—4  R. V. Wluch & Co..  Wine* Bld...S.   279-1944  PILING AND J'OLES  i'eoeral   Lumber   Co..   Itogors   Okie _—S. 3993-9  PIIJ2 DRIVING.  Evans,  Coleman 4 Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  Ki&cer   jto>«r  File   Driving  Co..   Now   \Vest.  PIPE—S-WEH  Evans, Col«uan & -Evan« Ft. Colum. .5. 2988  Gllley. Bros,, Lul.. New West.. .Phonee 15. 1*  Ritchie Con. &. Sup. Co.. Granvlllo. .S. 9162  R. V.  Winch 4 Co., Wine* Btd_..S,   279-1944  PLASTER  Balfour,   Guthrie  ft   Co S. 9197-6678  Evans. Coleman & &\ai.4 Ft. Colum. .S. 2988  Gllley Bros., Ltd., N4w Wosl.. .Phones 15, I*  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co., 54S Soy. St...S. 4795-4798  Ritchie, Con. 4 Suu. Co.. Gran\. Bdg..S. 9161  PLASTER  BOARD  Evans, Coleman 4  Evans,  ft. CoJ S. 2981  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co., 4i6 S»y. St.. .'S. 4795-47*9*  Rltohle   Con.   4   Sup.   Co..   Granville, .S. 9168  PLASTER  PARTITION  BLOCKS' -  Evans, Coleman & Bvans,  ft. Col S. 2988  PLASTER—ORNAMENTAL  .S. 2988  96r4798  Ritchie   Con. .ft, Sup.   Co..   Granville. .S. 111!  , PLCMII1NG  Bailey, "S.-A./1033 Granville St.,:...'..S. XS«  Barr   *.   And«r»on,v lo4«   komer   at.Y.b. «l»e    -  DarlinE.^Kriuikliftr'.Co;, '1142-Horner "i-^Y--Y  "■V '.Str««V—£iS~^.._Sij_.-.Sey. 41M-4KJ1-?:.  -'Th«rHolder^Co.^Ltd.; S42, Pender St.' .W.-*-'. ,  *"• ' J  r-    PRINTERS -•,..•■  Bailey, .A. O.' 4 -Soos/luI , 151 -HMtuigi Wi_S.   3tl  RADIATORS AND BOILERS iW    >,V\'i  Can.   Allls-Chalmers.   1063   Pender.*/".„£>T6*7!'•'"" "  ROOFING  COMPOSITION  Evans. Coleman & Evans Ft. Oolum. .S 2981  The Barrett Co., Ltd . 14lh and Arbutus; Bay. 778.  W. X. O'Neil 4 Co.. 54* Sey. St.. .6. 4796-4798  Ultchle Con. ft Sup. C. . Granville. .3. 915S  Hmitb,  Uaridson  &"Writflit.   Ltd., Homer  and   Dane   Sis.       —S. 9J«  ROOFING—SHEET ftlETAL  (See  Cornice   ana   ivoofing)  ROOFING   MATERIAL  The Barrett Co.. Ltd.. 10th and Arbuius, Bay. 778.  Evans, Coleman 4 Etur,a Ft. Colum. .tj. 2SJS8  Rliahiw Con. 4 Sup. Cc. Granville B...fc'. 9161  ROPE-MANILA  Balfour.    Guthrie   4   Ce • 9J.97-657*  RUBBER  STAMPS  JJatley, A. O.  A .'Joes.  Ltd.,   151 Uastlnii W..-S.    3l»  SAFES—VAULT DOOMS  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co.. 548 Bey. St...8. 4785-478S  SAND   GRAVEL AND CRLS1IED HOCK  Evaas, Coleman ft Evans,  ft. Cel ». 298S  Ulllev-Bros., Ltd., New VVect.. .Phone* 15, 10  Ritchie, Con. 4 Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg. .S. 9161  BASH   DOORS,   WINDOWS,  ETC.  W. NT. O'Neil ft Co.. 548 Sey; St.. .8. 4795-47M  tslUNULE MANL'FACTL'REUS  AND  DEAI>  '    EKS. ■ '    '  (See Lumbtir and  Shingles.)  SLATE  ifivans.  Coleman  4  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298B  W. N. O'Neii'ft Co., oih Sey. St...S. 4795-4798  K. V. Winch 4 Co.. Wine* Bld...S. 279-1944  Rllchle, Con. 4 Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg..S. 9181  STEEL— REINFORCING.  Balfour,    Guthrie    &    Co S. 9197-U678  Kvans,  Coleman  4  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988  STOKE   ft    Ol'I'lCE   llXTlUKa   ft   STORfS  FKONTS  Evans, Coleman 4  Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  W.  N. O'Neil 4 Co., 54s Sey. St...3. 4795-4798  TAR   AND   PITCH  The Barrett Co.. Ltd.. luth ami Arbutus. Hay. 77t,  Evana,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col 3.2988  TILE—DRAINING  Evans. Coleman & Evana Ft. Colum..S. 2988  Gllley Bros., New Westminster Phones 16,18  Ritcht*  Con. 4 Sup. Co., Gnuiv. Bd«. .S. 9181  TILE—FLOOR AND  WALL  Bvans, Coloman &  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  W. N. O'Neil * Co., 648 t>ey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  TIN PLATES  Balfour,   Guthrie  4   Co...; S.  9197-B67*  Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2888  R. V. Winch & Co,, WlncH Bid...8. 279-UK4  Wilkinson  Co., 846 Beach S.  791*  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank  4   Co.,   1142   Homer  St.   S.   4100-4101  VACUUM   CLEANING   SYSTEMS.  Barr & Anderson,   10<60  ilarner St 6. 6181  WALL   BOARDS  Evans, Coleman 4  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2981  WATERPROOF COMPOUND  The Barrett Co., Lul., lfllh ami Arbutus, Hay. 771  Evans, Coleman 4 Evans, ft. Col.... .S. 2988  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co . 648 Sey. St.. .S. 4796-479*  WINDOW  SCREENS  W. N. O'Neil 4 Co., 648 Sey. dt...S. 4T9S-47J1  WUUC ROPE  Balfour,    Guthrie   4   Co S. 91S7-«BT«  Evans, Coloman 4 Evans,  ft.  Col 9.2988  Ritchie. Con. 4 Sup. Co., Gro-nv. Bdg. .8. DIM  R. V. Winch 4 Co.. Winch Bld...S, 279-19+*  Wilkinson Co.. 846 lriwach S. 7BIS  ■¥ml  ^ 'V-?r  I  s>  'A  r  L

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