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 .*>  )  i      1  /. J  '")  B9  COLUMBIA RECORD  RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol.  14.  No. 61.   Wed.,   May 8th,  1918  GLASS  We carry a complete stock of  PLATE CHIPPED  SHEET  FIGURED  WIRED  CATHEDRAL  PRISMATIC  -PORT LIGHT  M  Irrors, Bevelling and Leaded A rt   Work  Given   Prompt   Attention.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  T.I. S.,. 4795-6. 54^550 Seymour St.  Tne  Home Bank of Canada  Head  Office, Toronto.  M. J. HANEr, C.K., President.  A    general     banking     bu»ine«»  transacted.  All   classes   of   mercantile   ao-  countu solicited.  Vancouver Branch,  446  Kastl—fa  Bt.  "W.  J.  r.  MaoDOM—IiD,  Manager  —GALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214- Pender St., E. Highland 1573  VANCOUVER, B. C.  uttx^IMO   FBKMXTS  AMOUHTIKO   TO MOO  0»  OV** »S^EP *T  *** V-BCOPVEB CITT MA-I. T-8TBB--T  Number  Description  Cofct  Street Addreaa  rot  and Block  Subdivision  Architect  Contractor  Addraea  Owner  Adoreae  >•.• ••—••* ■->••• •••■•«»*a^»a •■•*••*•«  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  FT.OF COLUMBIA AV        Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  burn Products, Facing Brick, Build-  • _W «_"▼_'.*_ ^_*_l        Ing Papers, etc.  __^^__r____—m——__ ^ v   •> t  Lumber   Vender    Panels,   Etc.  , Our Stock ia the Mort&ompleteon the Pacific C«ut  W« «r« al«o tol«t;Ag«nt»  for  tha  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PRONE SETIODI 1145  Standard Bak Bnildiig  VMCOITEI - IINHIPEI  ..--*  and; BlrchFlooKidB  ^ ,- r A *-P  J. FYFE SMITH CO, LIMITED  1320 Richards St.  Vancouver, B. C.  &M>Y  '•U        tft    "-    /..    J    ^    V   ">  ■A...'  - V-  V- '  Ltd.  J   '    »   J .   4 »  OENERAL RAILWAYU CONTRACTORS  SUPPLIES  i<   -.<; . <■  Tor  rf'jlr*   ('  SrV'A,  -■^^^-^M^•€'♦^^*•r^^**^*•^*•^,9,*>5**  |% BUILDING PERMITS       |  ■V 9201—J. S _Reid, repairs and alter.,  1929 Union St., $300.  Mrs.   A".   Purdy,   repairs   and  1336   Victoria  Dr.,   ?100.  ; 9203—Alexander   Hotel,   alterations  Brown.  621  -7'9202  alterations,  Water St.,  §450,  J .S.  '$204—P.   'Ramsay,    alteration,  Uakewood Dr., ?50.     .        ,      '  no>action;taken pw  railways "have" ben placed with-the  Pacific, Car; & Foundry Co. with offices  in ttie Alaska Building, Seattle, according to advices received by large  lumbe^ operators recently. Fred H.  GilmanV Seattle "manager of the Am-  erican^Lumbefman, -received \. similar  advices from E. G. Hole, the Chicago  publisher:  The>cars(wiir likely be built on'a  cost plus certain per cent profit basis  and'"'an. outstanding, feature of' the  brders'.-appears to hV the* urgent: de^r  FRANK DARLING & CO.  ^-^.,-^^.^j^ "Tpi^i"OR-9  Roller Bearing Drills - Close Quarter Piston Air Drills - Rrvettin-j Hammers  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-TirtiM aid Electric Drills  HighSpeea" Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc. _   '  Complete Stock, of Accessories  -   U  1144 HOMER ST.  -*■ ^ i  ft.V*-  :> j  'J'  y.-s  r<f»'  !-*■#'  "£'  !?-|  rRock OrlllaV'Alr  m^-  s^Sf  ^ual^Oil and Gas Englnm.,  •OsEtc «4,'  5«l  SLff  1015  V-.  I  -%M|  .jP'* ■  urown9 Ft^^^ & OGmf mAdm  ;    DOMINION'jUtfamWKI a SUPPLY CO.. LTD.  tone Saymour 7155  1150 Homer Straat  Vancouver, B. C.  f/Alfefations tare beifig^,made^totftieT , HUNffWGDON   NOTES  'interior of the 'Alexander Hotel build-1 The handsome residence of Mr. Jas-  mg, on Water street, to be used for per Fadden was destroyed by "a- for-  store purposes  RAISING   HOUSE  J.   S.   lieid,   1929   Union   stieet,   is  raising his home and making repairs  >7:W:  »Bdom, *»*.  laattraal  Winnipeg-  Toronto  Vancouver. B. C.  ROBERT W.HUNt&CO^ LTD.  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATtON  I ■...-.■■■        .'■"■''■■'■-   ■■'.-''  *   8TEEL.    CEMENT,    BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES.    PIPE,     RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHANDEQUIPMENT.  CREOSOTED  ■■'t "MATERIAL, lumber, etc.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  C«a«t L^X**dE£^^^ X.a-Oorat.ry,  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  EBURNE    NOTES.   „   _     . The   Pacific   Steel   Works   are  put-  and alterations to the extent of $300. ting in a new electric furnace.    (    Some   of  the   land   in   the  vicinity  CALLING FOR TENDERS. !being largely of clay  formation, had  Architects  Gardiner &  Mercer, 827! become so hard due to the continued  Birks v<Building,   are   calling   for   ten-j(iry   weather,   that   it   could   not   be  ders for the alteration and addition to, WOrked.     Yesterday   rain    was   very  a residence in New Westminster for j welcome,  the Sun Life Co. of Canada. '  NEW   STORE   FRONT   COMPLETED  Dixon & Murray have just completed  work on the new store fronts at 410-  12-14 Hastings street west. The new  fronts add materially to the appearance of this  side of the street.  Tlie Muir Electric Co. have opened  up a second store at 412 of this building, in addition to their store at 22  Hastings. This concern does a.general electrical contracting and appliance business.  ARCHITECTS   PROTEST  WESTMINSTER    NOTES  A contract has been let to Mr.  Robert Buckland to rebuild the Mercer home on Ninth street, which was  partially destroyed by fire. The loss  has been adjusted by the payment of  ?2,000 on the house and §500 on the  contents.  Assurance that at least a porton  of the work desired on the Fraser  River this year would be undertaken,  was' given city officials here yesterday by Mr. A. R. Dufresne, assistant  chief engineer of the Dominion pub-  lice   works   department,   after  an   in-  Balfour, Guthrie & Go.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  'Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  ilength.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLtS: —  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.        We are prepared to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST  IRON  WASHERS,   ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT —  LIME —  HYDRATED  LIME — FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH  FIRE BRICK — BLACKSMITH  COAL — COKE  SEA COAL — PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.       •  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  mm  ?7!%&Y  7$  W-"§  «•;  GILLEY BROS.  DEAXEBS  IK  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Are'"Asking  to   be   Protected  Against; ,sl,ection trip on  the river yesterday.  American   Competition. j    TORONTO—Claiming   that  the   Do-! MILNER NOTES,  minion government's discrimination j -p],e rj. C. E. R. will erect a freight  against Canadian technical men in: sneci an(j nlnk stand combined, meas-  ■ favor of professional. men of other ] uriug 20x40, nearly opposite the sta-  countries on public works was spread-j tion, should the deal now pending  ing to builders generally, architects! for the sale of the present shed to the  aiul engineers are asking for protec-1 Grain Growers' Association go  tion    against    competition    from    the ] through.      The     proposed   shed will J  nited States. offer the best shipping facilities of any  It having been announced "that the j jn the valley,  government had decided to correct j The B. C. Telephone office has  the balance of trade which exists be- [ been remodelled and now presents a  tween Canada and the United States j very neataand attractive appearance,  by prohibiting the importation from Four carpenters were employed for a  the United States of a number of  lines of'manufactured articles," they  draw attention to the fact that "to  no less degree does the employment  of foreign construction agents lead to  a   reversal   of   trade   balance   against  week on the job.  Canada, and it should have the immediate, careful and discriminating  attention of the government."  VICTORIA  NOTES.  Tenders will be received up to 3  p.m., Monday, May 13th, by Wm. W.  Northcott, Superintendent of Public  Works, for repairs and alterations to  several fire halls.  The building on Carey road for the  Saanich fire hall and works building  is making good progress, and has certainly  been   designed   for  use   rather  SEATTLE   FIRM  TO  BUILD  14,000    BOX    CARS  Orders for 14,000 of the 100,000 box | than appearance, the character of the  cars  to be built  for the  government  structure being of the severest type.  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B. C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR  COMPRESSORS  ROCK  DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 ORANVH.I.E ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR LIFT PUMPS  PHONB 9162  Forgings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John Reid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, 6. C.  j BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD
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Matheson,  Robt.  M., 509  Rich...Sey. 5038
Palmer,    Bernard    C,     616
Credit Foncier .....< Sey. 3680
Pratt & Ross,  736 Gran Sey. 1557
Sharpe & Thomson,  620
Pender   XV 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
BUILD   MORE   SHIPS.
Standard Shipbuilding Co. Gets Orders
for Two 3,500-Ton  Steamers from
Brazil.
j\Ir. Patrick J. Donohoe, general superintendent of the Standard Shipbuilding Company of 'this city, announced yesterday that his company
had signed contracts to construct two
wooden steamers of 3,500 tons deadweight capacity for the Brazilian government, making a total of eight such
vessels to be built at the company's
yards at Ruskin, at the junction of
the Stave river with the Fraser river.
The six vessels previously contracted
for with the Standard Shipbuilding
Company are for the French government.
First Delivery.
The first delivery for the Brazilian
government is set for October 15 and
the second on November loth of this
year. The first of the six vessels to
be built for the French government
will be delivered on October 1, if unexpected delays do not take place, and
one will b e completed every - fifteen
days after that.      .   -        .   s.'
Work is at present going ahead in
fitting up the yards at Ruskin, and
.machine shops, a foundry, a-sawmill,
blacksmith shop, joinery shop and
■various other buildings .have been
erected, and others have been -begun.
The piling for the launching ways is
being assembled and it is expected
that the first keel will be laid within
thirty days.
"War Atlin," the fourth Munitions
Board boat to be launched from tlie
Lyall Yards, will go down the ways
Saturday evening next.
RECENT    LAUNCHINGS.
Marshfield, Ore.—The first ship to
be launched by the Coos Bay Shipbuilding Co. took co the waters Sunday.
British Columbia-Yards
Following- Is a list of the Shipbuilding
companies of British Columbia now actively engaged in ship construction or
recently organized:
■teel Shipbuilding- Plant*.
Coughlan Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.
Wallace  Shipyards,  North Vancouver.
Wood Shipbuilding Plants.
Cameron  Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,
"Victoria.
Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd.,'Victoria.
Lyall   Shipbuilding   Co.,   North   Vancouver.
New   Westminster   Enff.   &   Const.   Co,
Poplar Island.
Pacific  Construction Co.,  Ltd.,  Port Coquitlarn.
Standard   Shipbuilding-   Co.,   Vancouver.
Wallace  Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver.
.Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Van-J
couver.
The mining committee of the Revel-
stoke Board of Trade decided last
week to proceed with preparations
for a big mining convention to be
held in July irrespective of any action, by the Vancouver ■'Chamber of
Minos suggestion to forego the convention altogether. General support
from all the big mining centres on
the continent has been assured the
Revelstoke convention.
The driving of the lower tunnel at
Copper Mountain was completed last
Tuesday, says the Princeton Star.
This will be the main working tunnel, and its length is nearly 3,000
feet. It -will be connected with the
upper workings by a 720 foot raise.
The dimensions of the tunnel are 9x
11 feet. It was driven at tho rate of
IS feet a clay, with timbering included.
Roy C. Lammers, of Spokane, and
associates, who bought tho Slocan
Star mine in the Slocan. district, Avill
reorganize and resume the operation
of the plant. Tho old Slocan Star
Mining Company, one of the well-
known corporations of the district,
will go out of existence. The new
company will have no obligations except debentures of $98,000.'All shareholders in the old corporation will be
reinstated in a company" to be known
as the Silversmith Mines, Limited. '"
The work of developing" has been
carried on aggressively for nearlytyro
years now and there are quantities'of
high-grade silver lead ore on ; the
dump awaiting the completion of^a
wagon road to allow of easy shipment. A compressor and machine
drills for the working of the Sitting
Bull are on order and should be -Installed in the early part of the summer.   ' „ '     'J~!
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MUIX-WAMMW .*{-„:»« I SI  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  wana?  M^ionSqiM^re-ShtYranciseo  (In the cenier ofilie  IBbder frojtt *Z?°per  1)a2f. ^/oooTSooms:  Convenient io ike  7heaien9 CiubsSkops  and7&dtfay'Stations.  ^?3mso7tabte^aies.  man^&nent (famesMods  7   ~,  \\ ^/    -  ^RBBuwwu*iHimmimm*hiMMAwnmm\  LITTLE   GIANTS   SHIPPED  BY   THE   CARLOAD  The apple'crop oi' ilie Okanagan a  year ago totalled nearly 1,800 carloads  and one of the greatest problems of  the Okanagan United Growers, Ltd., a  co-operative organization of the fruit  growers, was getting the crop to the  shipping points. When cars were  spotted considerable time was lost in  moving the   fruit   from the orchards.  creasing number of motor cars on our  business streets and residential thoroughfares, as well as in the suburban districts, to appreciate the important part the automobile is playing in the whole scheme of our business and social life," says W. L. Hugh-  son of the Kisselkar.  "I do not believe that even the  manufacturers know what changes  they have brought about in  business  This- year,   however,   they  have   con- methods—in our entire economic sys-  sidered ways and means and will settle the difficulty with .Little Giant  motor trucks. Leslie VV. Pearson,  manager of the Little • Giant Motor  Truck Company, last week^shipped a  carload of trucks to the Okanagan  Valley, * which will be used by the  farmer in getting the -big red 0. K.  apple to market.  Another Satisfied Owner r t  Being so well pleased with their 1  and 2-ton models which they have had  in service for some time, Burke &  Cameron Cartage Co., 150 Water  street, of this city, have placed an  order with Mr. Pearson for the delivery of a Little Giant 3Vfc-ton model.  REO    RUCK   OUTPUT    INCREASES.  Truck production of the Reo Motor  Car Company for the month of March  was 735 compared with 325 in March,  1917. The present output of fifty per  day will be increased. April 15 the  sales department was .1,119 trucks behind its orders, of which 270 are  heavy-duty trucks.  AUTO  IS PLAYING  MAJOR  ROLE   IN   LIFE'S   SCHEME  Kughson  Shows  How  Important  Part  Motor Car  is Taking  rn   -  "One  only needs  to warcn  the  In  tern.  "The automobile has greatly increased the eiffciency of all classes of  business men by conserving their time  and thereby enabling them to accomplish more in a day. It has brought  a man's business headquarters nearer  to his home, enabling him to make  productive many hours formerly lost  in getting from one place to another  it has freed the owner rrom dependence upon uncertain transportation  methods—it brings him to his office,  factory or store not only in less time,  but also in better condition—thus increasing his efficiency, which everyone  realizes is a -patriotic thing to do  right now.  "After new and important ways of  getting greater efficiency out of some  existing device or machine have been  developed gradually it is hard to understand why they were not thought  of before. .It will be so with the auto-,  mobile. It will become of still greater  importance in the daily activities of  the world. Indispensible as it Is today, its- uses in saving time, inulti-  plying efficiency and increasing pro-  ductin will be immeasureably broadened until even the ' far-sighted business man will -wonder -that its full  utility was not sooner realized."  Thete trucks at« Oirtverled ge^^ridJtatid cat?  BEOO MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St. VV.  Seymour 9045  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  I  a!  I,  -> < m  7?.  t*  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^CQMP^NY  'Carrall" and Haatlns SKaST; ;-c c."  , 4:4, ,.s l'P*°we *&fa?"t SQ00  >it  '-7-M  -7, A  j-A  i. >     t ■     - -.  ■.ij'&jsss  ,-r -,iJ * ■» -•->'  -i V.»+j.-  »n n>2 * sci"*.  — ^?mm  \^.~^-Y^i;-ff-^*isM  Consulting "anil} Contracting  Heating .and Ventilating Engineers  Seymour   661 "     1098 Homer St,  VANCOUVER B. C.  log  'A  S~  TRUXTUN is the way out of the hauling  problem—the easy way, the economical way,  the short way, the satisfactory way. Take nearly any pleasure car, new or second-  hand.   We will convert it at once into a dependabl3 shaft-driven VA- or 2-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 helps  the whole country—helps win the war.  Let us send you complete details or arrange for a  demonstration.  BLACK BROS. Limited  .1115 H0MBR STREET, VANCOUVER,  B. C,  PHONE  SEY. 668  •<h%^{  Distributors for British Columbia  \  I  \  Internal Gear ^x»e vTi\ s  The simplest, most efficient nnd economical form of drive. Chain drive has been  Superseded*intil now 90% of all standard  trucks operate by shaft drive.  The TRUXTUN has the additional advantage of a solid forged nickel steel axle,  which gives it much greater strength ana  durability than the built-up, cast and  bolted housings U3ed on many moderate-  priced trucks.  NOT a Chain Drive  //(YXjLY;  U7:7>&.?>(~  •., -' ^.XCj'   ..lliiililMM  iliilIrmi..mTinliiIll[ll!llllii!  A.   1  Tor Torcl Cars—Model  J12-lnch   whcclbaso      ] 24-inch   wheclbsise    ;-  Kifi-inch   wheelbase      For   Tord   Cars—Model   B,  12C.-inch   wheelbuac      'i:?S-lnch   wheelbase      For Other Cars—Model C,  1  1 tJtJ-itich   frame   length   ISO-inch   frame   lenpth   For   Other   Cars—Model   I >,  ](>l!-lneh    frame   length   ISO-inch   frame   length   Trlcea T.03. Factory  SAY!  "MANJAK SPECIFICATION"  ROOFING FOR YOUR NEW WORK  "MANJAK" is a five-ply solid mopped  roof of heavy Asphalted Felt laid with Special Manjak Asphalt, refined at our own plant  at Sidney, B. G. The surface is flooded with  the Manjak Asphalt, and from 250 to 300 lbs.  of coarse Smelter Slag for each square is embedded in this mass while hot.  PERFECT WORKMANSHIP  GUARANTEED BY THE FACTORY  ONE PRICE   -  $7.50 PER SQUARE  SIDNEY RUBBER ROOFING  COMPANY LIMITED  Contract  Department,  402 Pender Street West,  Vancouver, B. C.  —;"'" ,„   „MU^MMMW M.r_._j^S^^g-ma-^^  SECOi vSBwt.
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BARR & ANDERSON
PLUMBING and
International
Automatic
Sprinkler
Equipment
Phone Seymour 6180
1060 Homer SL
Vancouver B. C.
New Work -- Contracts Let
OVER,    ON     WHICH     CONSTKWCTIOW    IS
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Fraser River
PILE DRIVING CO.
LIMITED
P. A. Jones, Mjrr.
WHARF BUILDING;
BRIDGES,
PILE FOUNDATIONS,
ETC.
Owners of Tug "CLIVE"
, General < Towing
324 fruat St. ' New Westminster
Telephone 1015
Char*ct»r  Co1**
Depot and terminal  fl.000,000
3 new blfig. and 2 alterations *BO/222
Causeway    $50,000
Shipbuilding  plant  	
Dredging between piers     ..........
Cold Storage plant  *°S'S22
Brick   Canning  Plant $20,000
Power Plant  	
Sleeping  Pavilion  --•—
Telephone Exchange  $l&,0uu
Concrete   lighthouse  tower  	
.Remodel  Bldg -.-•„-»»»
Sewer   Work    '§'922
Warehouse etc $16,500
Saw Mill   *10°'°2°
Shipbuilding plant  $70,000
Power House  - ■•■•■■-••,;
Residence    i. $0,500
Concentrator  etc $500,000
Station   and   Terminals      500,080
Jetty  (Second Unit)   $300,00*),
Turning   Basin     $100,000
Trunk Sewer        300,000
Dredging     $700,000
Seawall            100,000
Wharf      f^'j?™
Store  and   otllce   bldg _...$CO,000
Sower     $300,000
Wood  Bridge' $5,000
1   Sto. Frame Building $5,000
Shipbuilding Yards  -■
Club  Building   $20,000
10-Stall Roundlrouse	
location 	
False  Creek
...Can.
  Omut
Northern  Ry
10th & Willow St University of B. C.
Coal  Harbor  City  of  Vancouver
Port  Moodv....Port  Moody   Shipbuild.  Co.
Burrard   Inlet Can.   Pacific   Ry.
Foot of Gore Ave Oan. Fishing Cc.
Kelowna  _ B. C. Evaporators, Ltd.
Prince George  -— City
Tranquille.... B. C. Anti-Tuberculosis  Soc.
Kelson   B.  C.  Telephone  Co.
Triple   Tsland,  B.  C Dom.   Govt.
553 Granville-Elliott Shandley & McLean
Esquimau    -- J^ilY
Victoria   ..Dom. Govt.
Gth & Willow  Alberta Lumber  Co.
Poplar Island....Westminster Marine Ry.
Anyox   Granby Min. &  Smelt.   Co
New Westminster..Mrs. J. C. Armstrong
Surf   Inlet Surf   Inlet   Power   Co.
False  Creek Great  Northern  By.
Fraser River (lower).- Dominion Govt.
Architect   —   Contractor
Pratt & Ross....Northern Const. Co. and
iidtt <v. x.o    Carter> HaUa Aiainger Co.
Sharpe & Thompsoi Paynes & Horie
°^ner&    w. D. Grant
n":™ " """"" A.   XV.  Quist
Owners  '^Zi.-.Z. Ward   &   Baldock
Du Cane butcher & Co i7^""Y^n^\"A
Owners  Jas-   Lay"*3'"
Owners   "" ' Snider Bros.  & Brethour
Owners...".'.'...Snider Bros. & Brethour, Ltd
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Frame   Building   $35,000
Remodel   Building    $12,000
Foundation   for   Shed _ $28,000
Freight  Offices and Sh*d«	
Pier Extension 	
1   Story  Brick Addition ._: $5,000
Frame  Apart.   Houm    $6,000
Front   Store   Bldg $7,000
Dredging   for   Causeway $16,ff.2
Alter Theatre Building $6,000;
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523 Granvlll* St L. N. MacKechnia
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Townley Grant,   Smith  &   Co.,
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Sharpe & Thompson..„.....-Baync,s & Horie
Contractors Purdy & Henderson
Owners  Grant   Smith  &  Co.
UWne      & MacDonell, Ltd.
Pratt & Ross.-.MacDonald, Nettleton &
Bruce.
C,  Palmer..
L.
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ARCHITECTURAL    TKBRA    COTXA.
Evans. Coleman & Evana, Ft. Col. St , S. 2988
O'Neil.  Wm. N.  Co   Ld.,  548  Seymour .S. 4795
Ritchie   Con.    A   Sup.    Co..    Ltd     Gran.    77.
Brltla*     S. 9162
ASPHALT   FELT.
Evans,  Coleman & Evans,   ft.  Coitf«. .3. 2988
Tha  Barrett Co ,  Ltd ,   10th and Arbutus,  15ay.   772.
Ueag Motor Co
AUTOMOBILES
Ltd.,  1082 Ooortila St.   XV. S. 90i">
AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES
Rose Motor Co.,  Ltd ,   1062 Cleomla St.  W S. 9043
"        AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE
Ceperley. Kounsfell A Co , Ltd . Which Bid* S.  7820
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5270
-ALL KINDS.
Evans,   Ft.   Col.,
CORRECTION.
In our issue of Monday, May 6, we
stated that Contractor S.' J. Newitt
was remodelling the Shaughnessy
Heights Golf Club. We wish to correct this statement, as the building is
not being remodelled, but an addition
is being built to it. Architect' Bern:
ard C. Palmer, 616 Credit Foncier
Building, designed this building^
W/i7^ >7"\      *
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fc^plete, protection, including loss ^
-:v' 'J< V. ~ -ii' - 'through '? y '..   " - -■ U'
: nre,;:Th^ft.ViCollision. ^roMrty i
Damage and personal Liability.
Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.
LIMITED
Winch Bldg. 739   Hastings St.  W.
Estato.  1886        Vancouver, B.C.. .
MODERN   HOSPITAL
MAY  BE  BUILT
Tranquille Sanitarium Will Cost
About $200,000, and Will Be Up-to-
Date.
\ Elans .of the new department of
soldiers' civil re-establishment are to
make ,the sanitarium at Tranquille
the ,most improved hospital for ."tuber-
cular^patients • that-there' is on the
continent;?''judging x'by- details "ofeHKe
't
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The Goldie & McCulloch Co.
LIMITED
Gait Safe Works
SAPES,     VAULTS,
DEPOSIT BOXES,
etc.
Made in Canada
Seymoir 3907
569 Richards St.
Vancouver
E. A. B A3 LEY
Plumbing
and
Steamf itting
1033 Granvlll* St-
Vancouver, B. C.
Phone Sey. 136
Res. Bay. 77
L
G. Kilgren
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
FAIRMONT 9461     962 Mill AVE. E.
strong/' Deputy^Minister,; f of ^ the~";new"
department,;who .'retufne'd to-' Vancouver' Sk'turdayC ;,Work;is"to commence
on July 1-on a 100-bed'infirmary for
discharged soldier patients, neV dining room and kitchen of most modern
I improvement   and  a  power  building.
j The expense will be close to f 200,000.
Jn addition there will be a vocational
department    installed    and     arrangements whereby   the   men   may   take
physical exercise.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SOUTH   WELLINGTON   SCHOOL.
Sealed tenders, superscribed, "Tender for South Wellington School,"
will be received by the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works up to 12
o'clock noon of Monday, the 27th day
of May, 1918, for the erection, and
completion of a four-room schoo-
h'ouse at South -.Wellington, in the
Newcastle Electoral' District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender 'may be seen on and
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. ■   "   i
-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' pay;
aDle to the-Honorable the 'Ministerjpf
lP,uhlic,-Works, for a sumVequaltoJ^O:
per, cent:  of\ tender, whichishalLTae
forfeited  if .'the  party  tendeiing.rr*Je:r
clirie\ to enter; Into" contract .wh^en. called- upon Lto do-so,  or  if *he*_failfto
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 neces
sarily accepted.
A. E.-FOREMAN,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department.
Victoria, B. C, April 20, 1918.
MACHINERY FOR SAI^E ^
-5>^xS    American Hoist arid
Boiler
6x12 Beatty Hoist
only
Beatty Swing Gear-
Capstan Shaft ':
Marine Boiler
Upright Boiler
2060-lb, Pile Hammer
Driver
and other miscellaneous Contractors' Equipment in first class condition.
MRS. W. G. GILLETT
Phone Bay. 2812-L
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'. Hardware,   Electrical   and
i supplies,    Motor    Tracka,    Iron
and J
i Steel, etc., it will pay you to be repre-i
• sented in the British Columbia*
| Record. *
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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
XI334, to cut 375,000 feet of Fir and
Cedar on ah area adjoining L.. 2308,
Prince of Wales Reach, N. W. D.
One (1) year will be allowed for
removal of timber.
jFurther particulars • of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, J. C, or District
Forester/Vancouver, B. C.     .
TIMBER   §ALE   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
X1325, to cut 115,000 feet of Cedar
and Fir, on an area adjoining L. 300-1,
Queen's Reach, N.  W. D.
One (1) year will be allowed for
removal of timber.
Further particulars -, of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, BY C, or District
Forester, Vancouver, B. C.
SYNOPSIS  OF. COAL. MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest
Territories and a portion of the Prov-
nee of British Columbia, may be leased" for a term of twenty-one years at
.n annual rental of $1 per acre. No
.nore than 2,560 acres will be leased
to one applicant.
'Applications tor a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the^ Agent or Sub-Agent of the 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 touVby tne.applicant,himself.
-vEacb applicaUon'must^hela^p^pan;
riot Tavailable^hvit, not -otheKwlse. zl' A
royalty/shall belaid on«the merchant-
able output of the :mine at the-.rate of
Qve cents per ton.i"- ^ •- «•._•„, ,.>-. r--
J The person operating the mine shall
permitted to purchase" whatever, available surface rights may.be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
furnisH'the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined, and pay the roy-
alcy thereon. If the 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
at the rate of 510 per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of the
Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or
for any Agent, or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
BItICK
Evans Coleman & Evans, Ft. Col., S. 2988
G-lU&y Bro»., Lta., New West., Phones 1R. 16
W. N. O'Neil St Co., 548 Sey. St., 6. 4795-4708
Rltoiile   Contr.   &   Sup.   Co., c'Ltd.,   Gran.   St.
BrldB*     S.   9162
R.V.Wlnch & Co.. Ltd.. Winch B. S. 279-1944
BUILDING  FEJ.TS  .VNI>  I'AIMERS.
Evans, Coleman & Evana, Ft. Col... .6. 298S
W. xV. O'Neil & Co., 54* Sey. St., S. 4795-47D8
Tho  ISarrott  Co.,   Ltd,   10th and Arbutus,  Itay.   77-\
BONDS—SURETY.
R.V.Wlnch A. Co., Ltd., Wln'oh B., S. 278-194 4
CEMENT.
Balfour,   Guthrie & Co ' S. 919-.-857B
Evuas, Coleman 4 Bvans, Ft. Co)...S. 2S88
Gllley Bros., Lt*., -New West,, Phones 15, JG
\V. N. O'Neil & Co., 54S siey. St., S. 4795-4798
Ritchie   Contr.   &.   Sup.,   Ltd.,   Granville   St.
Bridge     ,     S. 9162
R.V.Wlnch & Co.. Lid.. Winch B.., S. 179-1944
CEMENT TESTING.AND A8SAVING.
Hunt,   Robt.   W.   &   Co.,   Standard   Bank
•    Bids S. 2199
MARBLE  AND  ONYX
Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988
\V. N'.  O'Neil ik Co., 548 S&y. St. 8.  4796-4791
B.  C  Klootrla Co
M0TOR8
Ltd	
..S.  5091
MOTOR  TRUCKS.
Betes Motor Co.,'l062  Georgia W. S, 901R
Ulack  Ittos., Lid.,  US Homer S.' 668
Little   Giant   Motor  Tiuck   Co S. 4030
PACKING.    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   GOODS
Dunlop Tiro & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd ,
814  Cinibie HL  .._ „ S. 13—S. 2535
rAINTS—.FIRE-I'ROOF.
W. N. O'Neil A Co., 648 Sey. St. ..8. 4796-4791
PAINTS—D/lbIP PROOF.
Evans. Coleman * Kvans, ft. Col..
W. iN. O'Neil 4 Co, 54i> say. St. ..8.
PAPER
Smith,  Davidson & Wrlntit, Ltd..
and  UsvJo  Sts.   .__ _.
llomar
...S. 2988
47»i-479H
.8.  93«5
VARTITION—rillEPKOOF
iOvans. Coleman A Bvans   l't. Calutn. .8. 2988
Ritchie. Con. A Sup, Co.. Granv. Bdg. .6. 9168
PATTERNS
Westminster  Iron Workt,  Xuw WetftinJnutor
I'liotio s:i
PIG  IRON AND TIN,
Balfour,   Guthrie  et  Co S. 9197-6675
Evans, Coleman & Evans, ft. Col..., .S. 3988
Wllkliibon Cov L'lft., 81B Ucauli Ave...., — S. 7915~«
R. V. Wtnch^* Co.. Winoa bid...3.   279-1944
Federal
PILING AND POLES
Liimbor   Co.,   Kogers   UhU ~.
„B. 3998-9
CONTRACTORS—GENERAL.
Armstrong,   Morrison    &    Co.,  "Ltd.,
Big. ,	
, Bower
S. 1836
•CONTRACTORS—TILE—TERKAZZO.
Evans,''Coleman A Evans,   ft. Cot e>. 2988
W. NT. O'Neil A. Co„J548 Sey. St.,  S. 4795-4798
' CRAXE9   AXD .HOISTS   (ELECTRIC
Th« Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Fender St. W.
Sey.  1065.
* VpRIIJt.^rpBTABLE   ELECTRIC    .
Darl{nsf-"-I«'*rank'& Co.,"'1142 Homer
.Str4et ,...„ Sey. 4100-4101
Th«> Holden Co., Ltd.. 542 Pender St. W.
bey.  1065.
_S. 5000
- ..•_j:   -  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
B.  CElMtrla'ca..' Ltd . ••
Coi>« & Son,   ISO fljutingn W. ——-'. 8oy. 8602
DirllTiff,, Frank A Co.^, 1142 Homer        .
'   * .Street    .....i ......Sey.  4100-4101
-  itiVATOB-CABS AOT.KJjOMMVBM-^
MtJffi&ofttfrtSir Sud! -T3o'.^iBtd^Q«nW8t;?
PILE DRIVING.
Evans, Coleman A Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2988
Fraaur   rtiver Pile   Driving  Co.,   New   West.
PIPE—HEWLR
Dvans Colaman A Evaoe Ft. Colum..8. 2988
Gllley Bros.. Ltd., New V/isi... Phones 15. Ii
ttilcui* tun. & duD. Co., Granville. .S. 9162
R. V, Winch & Co., Wnoa Bid...8.' 279-1*44
#    ' '
PLASTER
Balfour, Guthrie oe c6. ..*.,.;.. .6. 9197-B67§
'iivans, Coleman A Evai.<f FtrCoium. .S. 2988
Gllley Broir.j'Ltd. New West.. .Phones 15. II
XV. N. O'Neil A Co., 54ir Soy. St...ci. 47«-47»8
Ritchie, Con. A Sud. Co.. Granv. Bdg;. .S. 9I6J
'    PLASTER BOAIU>
Evans,  Coleman sit Evans,  ft. Col S. 2981
W. N. CNtijU a Co., 5*!> eiey. St.. .8. 4795-479S ,
Rltohle   Con." *' aup.   Co..   Granville..«. 91(1
PLISTER  PARTITION  BLOCKS
Evana,  Coleman * Evans,  ft. Col.. 7. .&. 2981
"   ~ • l ■ ■
. PLASTER���OKNAMENTAL
Evana,  Coiamau * Evana, ft. Col.... .6. 2988
W. N. O'Neiftk Co., S4& Swy. Sd . 18. 41»W*T*» "-
Ritohl*  Con.,.4  Sup,   Co..  uranvlll*. .S. 1161
Bairey. Kt*{^I033;Graii'vin*VSt:,.t-.%.S^'l3il
•i
Balfour,', Guthrie  i.       ~ '
EvarisJ- Coleman  4
Giiley Bros.,. New
W. N.' O'Neil & Co.
Ritohie Con. A Sup.
R. V. Winch A Co.,
,     FIRE   EXTINGUISHER  SYSTEMS..j1'J
Barr'& AJideraon," l&6(UHem«r St.. ./.Si.SlSO
FLOORING
J. Fyfe Smith  A  Co., 1320   Rlcharda. .&. 1196
, *^   .     t *'' -., .
\      ,        FORCINGS ,„    '"
Wutmimter  Iron  Works.  New Wcalmlnstor    Phono 53
Allan
GALVANIZING.,.1^ :/■
McKelvie Eng. Co., LttL'.'.^'.'ingK
1573
801
NORTH SHORE CIVIC
OFFICIALS.
DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER
Chairmen of Committees:
Board of Works..
Waterworks.
Fire and  Light...
Finance	
Park and Plans..,
Police and Health.
Reeve	
Councillor R.  P.  Purdie
D.   McLurg
" A.   W.   Whitaker
" Jack   Loutet
"   - R.   Brown
J. McCarthy
.E.  H.  Bridgman. Esq.
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
Mayor.' Geo.  W,  Vance,  Esq.
CITY COUNCIL
Chairmen of Committees:
Waterworks    Bruce   Watson
Parks &' Boulevards.'  E. A.  Morden
Ferry XV,   J.    Barclay
Board of Works T.  Irwin
DISTRICT WEST VANCOUVER
Chairmen of Committees:
Reeve  V.  V.   Vinson,  Esq.
Water, Fire & Light..Councillor J.  S.   Yates
Board of  Works..  "        L>.  Morgan
Finance  "        R.  C.   Proctor
['arks &• TrnnsT3ort.ition       " S.   Gisby	
TELEPHONE DATA
JTEW ZJTSTAIiXLATXO-BrS
MAY 2, 1918.
Hotel Clarendon, Hotel, 028 Main  St	
Phillips, Miss Diana,  Voice Production, 003 Hastings W	
Pacific   Grocery,   Gro.   Retail,   731   Pacific  	
Mount Pleasant Preby. Church.  CJuebec & .10th	
Whitworth & Mews, Repair Garage, i!.'i31 Main	
MAY 3, 1918.
Grocerteria No, 9,  Grocer,  Retail,   lO.'ir;  Robson	
O'Brien,  J.,  Advertising Agt.,  202   Hast.   15.'
GAS   APPLIANCES;, ' !,"<]
Vancouver  Gas Appliance Col.Ts.-, .'.,.4S."
'.   GLASS—AIX KINDS. _      ",v
W. N. O'Xell A Co. 64* B*y. St:.   S, 4795-4798
HARDWARE  '     •
Brawn    Fraser A Co.,  Ltd.,   1150 Uomer  St...S. 7155
FltJtt, J. A-, 111 Hastings W Sey. 2327-8
HARDWOOD FLOORS
W. N.  O'Neil A Co.. 648 Soy.  St...8. 4796-4798
J   Fyfe Smith
Kltchle' CoaT* *'-Uuji."! C".-. lOraKtaIli;:s..»l'?»
fimiUi,-D«vld>on-^ WrUht, Ltd., JZoai»vr,    .>       - \
*adjDa«a' His.   7. ;,  Z—L~*^L^Ji \ 951%
/    •'      '*■      "i  i1      -   --~      -  -        --' .•'•.-,      _  , * ^
/ ROOFING—SHEET METAL   *
, (See, Corrilot- (tug   roofing)   .'
* * .'■       '
' - KOOFIXG  MATERIAL
Tha  Bsrrott.Co..  Ltd.,   10th  and Arti'utus. Bay,   771.
E\aiii. Cot«ruA;\~«l iSvaiui    Ft. Colum. .S. 2988
Kltchla Con. A Supc Cc, GranVill* B...B. 91(41
ROOFING—WHOLESALE      '
Sidney ^Rubber1 Roofing   Co S.  4149
•   , HOPE-MAXIMA
Balfour.   Guthrie   A   Co ..a 9197-6671
RUBBER  STAMPS
Bsgltry,  A. O.   A Jsrs.  Ltd.   151 lUmlngi W....S.
318
,S. 119fi
Smith,
A  Co .  1320   Rlohards
HARDWOOD LUMBER
J.  Fyfe A Co.. 1320  Richards..8  1196
 Sey.  4 563
 Sey.    Hll
 Sey.  7718-0
 Pair.  1185
 Pair  1112
 Sey.
 Sey.
90U  Georgia VV Sey.
3781
4 511
758
36G4
4551
4582
9G0
c
OLUMBIA ■■ THEATR
ROAD
MOVING
SHOWS
PICTURES
Prices 10c        Boxes 25c
E
Jones, Mrs. V. 'Maud, C'oni'ec,
MAY 4, 1918.
Canada Casing Co.,  Ltd.. Butchers & Packers'  Supp.,  123  Powell Sey.
Dominion F-alr Wage Officer,  213   Hastings E Sey.
Ryder, C. S., Broker, 47  Hastings W    .......... Sey.
Mulr  Electric  Co.,   Electric   Contractors,  412   Hastings   \V bey.
C3LANOE8.
MAY 3, 1918.
Prudential Ins. Co. of America, from 837 Hastings W.to GO 2 Hast. W Sey.   5514
Mutch   J   G   &C'o,  Rl   Est., from  350 Pender VV. to 441   Richards Sey.  .1419
Dissto'n, Henry & Sons, Ltd., Saw Mfs., from 211 Columbia to 36 Powell Sey.   5542
MAY 4, 1918.
Reynolds & Co., Sash & Door Dealers, from  152  Cordova E.  to   •
170 Cordova E -••• •• :-v;-Tj :v ;v hcy'
Main Exchange (S. Parish), Loans & Mtge., from 191 Hastings K.
to  65 Hastings E Sey.
HEATING—HOT  AIR,   STEAM   A>D- VENTILATING
Bailev, E. A., 1033 Granville St S.  136
Ua.rr   Ac   Anderson,   1060   Homer   St.. .S. 6180
'     HEATING   AND   VENTILATING   ENGINEERS
Ltek'A'Co.,  Ltd.,  1008 Uomer St....... :.- S.   661
HOISTINO  ENGINES
Ritchie Con   & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdgr.S. 3161
INTERIOR FINISH
Evans, Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2388
W. N. O'Neil A Co.. SIS Sey. SL..S. 4795-4798
Kitchie. Con. A Sup. Co., (j.-anv. BdK. -a. !»i0.
IRON   AND   STEEL—STRICT fit A L
Can. Northwest Steel Co., Ltd.
Prince  it.dwaid St Pair. 239G-7
Evans,   Coleman   &   Evans.   Ft.   Col.. .S. 2U8S
Coughlan.  J.  &  Sons.  World   BldK S.   79^'>
Macdonald,   Alurpolo  Co.,   Ltd S.  210
Ritchie.'Con. & Sun. Co., Granv. Bdg;. .8. 91CJ
VV. X. O'Neil*. Co., 54S Sey. St. ,.S. 4795-098
Westminster Iron Works, New. Westminster I'liono 53
Wilkinson  Co., 846 Beach S.  7916
IRON   AND   STEEL—ORNAMENTAL.
Evans, Coleman A Evans, ft. Col.... -S. 2888
YV N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798
Kltohle Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdig-..H. DIB.
Westminster Iron Works, New Westminster    Plion« 53
LATH—METAL
Bvana. Coleman A Evans, Ft. Colurnb
XV, N. O'Neil A Co., 643 Sey. St
Rltchls  C.   and   S.
.5. 2988
.S. 4795-4798
'Co.,   Gran.   St S.   t)162
1364
G634
LIME.
Balfour,   Guthrie  &  Co S.  9197-657B
lisans. ijoieiiian A livans. Ft. Coluinb..ri. pas
Giiley Bros., New Westminster. .Phones 15. 16
W. N.O'Neil 4 Co., 548 Soy. St...S. 4795-4798
I'aoine Lime  Co., Ltd., I'aeUlc HIcIk ■- -»• »•>"«
Kltchle Con. & Sup. C',.. Granville. .S. 91bJ
R. V.  Winch Co, Ld., Winch Bdg. .S. 279-1944
LUMBER
Feusral    Lumber   Co:,   Honors   Ul'lS s- 39"8-9
MACIUNERV
Drown    Fraser & Co.,   Ltd..  1150  Homer  St S. 7111
Darling,  Frank & Co., 1142'Homer
street  Sey.  4100-410,1
W. N. O'N.ll A Co., 548 Sey. St.. .S.,4796-4798
Rltchia Con. & Sup. Oo^Oranvl. Bd<«r..S. 916.
The Holden Co.. Ltd., 642 Pender St W.
yey.   10o5,
' f-
MACHINE   WORK
Westminster  Iron Works.  Now Westminster    Phone 53
MANTELS—BRICK. TILE AND WOOD
Hvana, Coleman A Evans, ft. Col.. .. .8. 2918
W. N. O'Neil * Co., 548 S«*. «.. .8. 47M-47M
Rltchla   Con.   A   Sup.   Co..   Granvlllt. .8. 8162
SAFES—VAULT DOOM
W. N.' O'Neil A,Co., 548 Sey. St...»). 4786-4791
SAND GRAVEL AXD CRl SUED ROCK
Evans,  Coleman,*  Evana,   ft.  Col S. 2*St
Gllloy Bios., Ltd., New Watt.. .Phone* IB, II
Hlichle, Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. B««. .*. 8Tl8t
SASH   DOORS,   WINDOW'S,   ETC.
W. N. O'Neil * Co., 548 S«y. St. . .6. 4795-479.1
M1INGLE  MANLFACTL'RKllg  ANIJ  DEALERS.
(See  Lumber and  Shingles,)
SLATK
Evans.  Coleman * Evans,  ft. Col.... .S. 2981
),V" w ' ,?.'.'Vt'11 & Oo- 34;s y*J'-. S'- • -S- 4795-4798
it. V. Winch ii Co., Wlncsi Bid...S. 27U-1944
Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv. Hdg. .S. 9168
STEEL— HEIX*"OKCIXU.
Bal/oUr,   Guthrie   &   Co ... .S. 9197-6671
Evans,  Coleman A  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2981
STORE   &    OinC'E   FIXTURES   &   STOHB
FRONTS
Evans,  Coleman A   Uvbub,   ft,  Col S  2»8»
W. N. O'Nfcli A Co., 548 Sey. St...S. 4795-47D8
TAR   AND   J'lTCII
The IIarr»tt Co.. Ltd., luili and Arbutus. Ilay 772.
Evans,  Coleman &  Evans,   ft. Col H. 2U88
TILE—DRAINING
Evans. Coleman A Evans Ft. Colum..S 2981
r °LBrr°S"•'?•?■ w«»""'n«>ter Phone, is l!
Hltohl*   Con. A Sup. Co,, Granv. Bdg. .«. ai«i
TUB—FLOOR ANI> WALL
^,v»°'». .Co'eman & Evans,   ft. Col. S. 29S8
'""""  S. 4795-47K8
1"
w
N. O'Neil Ik Co.,  548 i>y. St..
TIX I'LATES
galfour,   Guthrie  &   Co... s.  9197-667i
nV*t?',T,H0l*Lman *  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 3988
Wilkinson Co., 84 6 Beach..........7.....S.79U
TOOL STEEL
Darling,   Frank  &  Co.,   114a   Homer  St.
  ..S.   4100-4101
VACUUM CLEANING SYSTEMS.
Barr <fe Anderson,  1060 Homer at s. 618(
u>„.        r, ,       WALL   BOARDS
Evans,  Coleman & Evans,   ft. Col S. 2981
WATERPROOF COMI'OCXD
Tlio Barrett  Co..   Ltd.,   lHtli   anil  Arbutus,   Ilay.   77:
wVaSS',^'01m1n,&  Bvans,   ft.  Col S. 2988
XV. N. O Nell A Co , 048 Sey. St.. .S. 4786-47U*
WINDOW SCREENS
W. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Sey. rft...S. 4791-4791
WIRE ROI'E
Balfour,    Guthrie   &    Co S. 9197-6678
Evans,  Coleman A Evans,   ft. Col.....S  2988
R. V   Winch & Co.   Wlno* BW....S.   m-li""
Wilkinson Co., 846 Ueoch S.  791S
WHOLESALE   ROOFING
Sidney   Rubber   Roofing   Co S.  4149

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