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RECORD   PUBLISHING   CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers
Covering British Columbia.
GLASS
We carry a complete stock of
PLATE CHIPPED
SHEET FIGURED
WIRED CATHEDRAL
PRISMATIC PORT LIGHT
Mirrors, Bevelling and  Leaded Art   Work   Given   Prompt   Attention.
Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited
Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550  Seymour St.
Vol. 14, No. 67, Wed.', May 22, 1918.
The
Home Bank of Canada
Head  O-Aoe, Toronto.
M. J. HANKY, C.E.. President.
A     general     banking     b_»ine«_.
tranwacted.
All   classes   of   mercantile   accounts solicited.
Vancouver Branch,
446   Hasting!   St.  W.
J.   F.  aKaoDO-STAXi-),   ManAgre*
GALVANIZING—
Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes
Ships' Equipment
Allan & rVf cKelvie Engineering ^ 0    Ltcj
1214 Pender St., E. ' s       __-'•__"     Z   __.-...
VANCOUVER, B. C. «.*hlantl  1573
BUIX-DUrO   PERMITS   AMOUNTIWO   TO  S5O0  OR   OVER ISSUED  AT  THE  VAKCOTT. ER CITT _ZA__3_  TESTESOAY
Number
Description
Coat  Street' Address
tot  and  Block
9__ 7—shingling  roof  &  rep $1,000
9241—Raise house, cone, fdn $1,800
.1242—Dwelling   $3,000
Cor. Dunsmuir and Homer Sts..
1271 Reefer Street 	
224 —LOth Ave	
Subdivision
Architect
Owner
Contractor
Address
C. 1. Perry .
C. N. James..
Owner
Address
Sisters of St. Ann	
A. J. Brunk... 1271 Keefer St.
A. lames 2G33 Columbia,
Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydra ted Lime, etc.
Phone 2988
8 y/tu
FT.GFCoLUMBIA AV Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-
burn Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.
Mundy, Rowland & Co.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I   Power  Installations
General Electrical Construction
' 'PHONE SETiOOl 1145
Standard Bank Building
VJUCOOVE- -  WIN-IPES
c>
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I.
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13
l
4
Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.
Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast
We'aro also Sole   Agents   for   the _.   -
' Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple
and Birch Flooring.
J. FYFE SfVliTH CO. LIMITED
1320 Richards St. "*      ,i '    .-   -Vancouver, B. C.
. fc
I ** '"    -
THE HOLDEN GO., Ltd.
•"•  GENERAL RAILWAY-&sCOI.TRACTORS     :
" ^ "SUPPLIES X"/\'     ."''".'
Sole ^LKcnlsIn Canada For1'     * -
Boyer-Riveting,. A Chipping   Hammers';-. Little* Giant   Drills;   Duntley
Electris Tools;, Rock Drills; .AlKvCompfeMors;   y .
Martreii Tarmti
t >". 'Fuel Oil,and  Gail = Engines.-
542 Pe
..St l..; Va550B.er S..C,
r-i»j Sty. 1065
vummmmmmm»-*
d.f
Brown, Fraser ^ Co./Ltd
/ SUCCESSORS    TO
DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Mining, Municipal and Contractors1
Machinery and Supplies
Phone Seymour 7155 1150 Homer Street
Vancouver, B. C.
*&***4&*****&*******'t&*****
± '    BUILDING PESMITS       I
^%*5*'*3* •I***.!* •** '5**I* ^**I-* *J**v* *;_^^*^-^*~f-_rK*5^__t>*i,*i^*^-_J**^ *sr*J"
923.—J. W. Laing; ^iterations, 13C0^
ThurlOw St., $200.    J. W.-Hislop.
. 9235—J.ohn   Osterberg;     alterations
to dwelling and concrete   foundation,
.1828 Triumph, $200.
_   _
_\"9236—J.    Mendelman,. garage,    829
Georgia St. E.    - .
,' 9238—Sim Yuen, alterations, Columbia, and Render St., $400.
, 'V9-239—J. F\ Elliott, cow stable, 1125
#&__"Ave. W.r&5Qp"-i:
..." 9240—K."
son, ,$140__
,-•.9243—H. 6. Stacey,  -garage,'j 033
12_h  Ave. E., $60. •        .    -
'-.-. VICTORIA NOTES.-.
<- A building permit has been issued
to Hutchinson Brothers, Ltd., for' a
storeroom on their wharf. Parfitt
Brothers will carry out the contract,
the amount of the building permit being .?2,000.
Bdwell, garage, 1522 Nel-
$30CO   HOME   FOR   TENTH   AVENUE,
*   A.   .'ati'LS," 2633  Columbia  Street  i?
The city council' has decided on
immediate improvement for .several
streets, following the recommenda-,
tions of Engineer,. C. H. Rust. -
, The streets to be repaired, together
with' the estimated cost of -the work,
follow: ' - '. '  .     '-
'-^-BicS-mond Road—Cowan .o^.Quam-
fchan,*"$600;-Clara. Street—Oak Bay .to'
Cowan,!' $900;'. " .King's."-' Road—Shel-
bqurite" to--Richmond, ..§1,600; \ 'Cecelia
Street—Oliver' to' Manchester;*$600;'
Carrol Street—Burnside Road, westward^,. $90; Arbutus Street—Carrol toj
Albany, $160;   Bay "Street—Vancouver/
FRANK DARLING & GO.
wTHORM
Roller Bearing Drills- Close Quarter Piston Air Drills-•-Rivetting Hammers
Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills
High Speed Steel-Drills-Reamers, Etc. /
Complete Stock of Accessories
1144HOMER ST.
c\
Phone: Sey. 4-100^
<v
I
t r.   '
i'.;«_- -'. *'. _ - ■:f.-
jZ' .
Ste$Foi$$Wm®
to   Quadra.   $200;     I-Iereward   Road
J building: a new home at 224 10th Ave.lPine to railway"bridge, $900;  Govern-!
j at a cost of $3000.   C. N. James is the'ment   Street—.Michigan    to   Toronto, ri
$600;. Cowan Avenue—Davie to Richmond, $500;    Forbes Street—Haultain
contractor.
VERANDA   AND   FOUNDATION'
FOR   KEEFER  ST.   HOME
to Ryan, $1,500.
Haultain Street between Shelbournej
and Richmond will be improved at an ]
bj-ams, cx_ur_ix__s, _ur_fi--.s, P-_atss, tees, cox.vvarm
CO_-_P_.ET_Sl_T EQVIPTED TABMICATliia SHOPS
CAN-DM- NORriftVE-T STEEL COT.ltt
4. .
Pfclrmont 2396 and 2397
Vancouver, B. C.~
A. J. Rrunk, 1271 Keefer Street, is,'     f.   „^,   nn .     .   ~onn ..      ,
estimated  cost  of  $S00  on   the   local
adomg a new concrete foundation and'.      - t   ,     .      ,-.,
_    ,     ,.    t .„, .   i improvement   basis.   Oil   and   gravel,
veranda to  his home.    The cost will'     ,       .„ v i-   . _    T   •  ..      _    _ I
i,_ «i-_n • .only will be applied to Leighton Road,'
j between    Richmond    and    Foul    Bay
| Road at van estimated expenditure of
' $1,000.
be $1S00.
__*_t(_«m, Mvig.
KsatrwU
WixJilpeff
Toronto
Vanoouver, B. C.
ROBERT W. HUNT & CO . LTD.
ENGINEERS
INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSOLTATION
STEEL,     CEMENT,    BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES.     PIPE,     RAILS,     CARS,
LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED
MATERIAL; LUMBER, ETC.
OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING
508 -Tasting's "W., Vanoouver, B. O.
Camas. Testing- Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing l-ftboratory. Boom Bl
Phone Sey. 2199
Resident Inspector* at Large Manufacturing Centers
ST. ANN'S  ACADEMY
UNDERGOES    REPAIRS
Shingling the roof and other repairs
to   the   extent  of $1000.00   are   being
made    to    the    St.    Ann's Academy,,
Homer  and   Dunsmuir   Street.     C.   P. j the Sirapson-Shrubsall salmon cannery
PRINCE   RUPERT   NOTES
The lumber for the construction of
Perj-y is the contractor.
at Lockeport, Queen Charlotte Islands,
has already been shipped. The enterprise will be known as the Lockeport
' Cannery Co., Limited, with registered
office in Prince Rupert.
NEW   HOMES TO  BE   BUILT
NEAR CONNAUGHT DRIVE
Architect A. 15. Henderson, 39-10
Davis Chambers Building, is at work
on plans for several new homes* to be
erected within a block of the finest
portion of Connaught Drive, Shaugh-,
ncssy, and will call for tenders shortly  continuation of the gravelling of the
JVULNER  NOTES.
Municipal  work in  the  Milner  district has been recommenced with the
Trunk road, between Milner and Lang-
ley Prairie.
DEAL-IBS   IW
Crushed Rock, Sand
and Gravel
All Kinds of Building Material
902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST
PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
for their erection.
As shown on the plans the cottages
will be the very latest in architectural
design and will vary in sizes and style. FERNIE    NOTES.
Owing to the heavy demand for homes,    The Fernie electoral district has a I
in this section of the city these homes "vote  ot'  blIt   R00O  for  public  works!
are  being  built and when  completed l'thls -*'ear: $29,000 was voted for Cran-
will   be   put  on  the  market   for  sale. !'bi*ook, but only ?2,900 at Nelson.
Macaulay & Nicolls, Pacific BIo6k are
the agents for the property. EVERETT STEEL  PLANT
TO BUILD AT ONCE.
EVERETT, Wn—The United States!
Steel  Co.  will  begin  the construction!
A.  K.  MacLean. | of their buildings next week.    Bids for j
finance,   in    the  the  construction  work   are   being   re-j
ceived from Everett contractors. This
company intends to manufacture mer-
squares,
Balfour, Guthrie & Co.
BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT
REINFORCING STEEL: —
Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    TV• 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   LlM_  —  FIRE   CLAY
SCOTCH  FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE
SEA COAL— PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.
VANCOUVER        San Francesco, Los
winch building Angeles, Portland
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VICTORIA
Private ex. Sey. 9197
___«_■_>   T__ ____ BELMONT   BUILDING
aeattie, Tacoma Telephone 5037
/ ■<■;■
Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.
B. C. AGENTS
VOTE $100,000  FOR
WORK ON  FRASER  RIVER
OTTAWA — Hon
acting   minister   of
Mouse,  yesterday    tabled    supplementary   estimates   totalling   $40,057,312.
The total is unusually large because it j chant   steel   and   iron bars
SULLiVAN MACHINERY CO.
includes a vote of $37,000,000 to cover! rounds, fiats,   angles,   tees,
channels,
and
"SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND   DRILLS
AIR   COMPRESSORS
ROCK   DRILLS
"SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS
1500 GBA1.VII.__ ST.
DRILL STEEL
HOSE
AIR    RECEIVERS
AIR  LIFT PUMPS
PHONE 9162
>■'■  it
the working expenses of the Canadian i concrete reinforcing,   corrugated
government railways.   This large item I twisted and special shapes.
is  almost  invariably  included   in   tho 	
main  estimates  brought  down  earlier  BUILDERS MAKE  FINAL PLANS
in the session.    Of the amount asked' FOR BIG CONVENTION
for, only $5,170,3.- is chargeable to I Arrangements for tiie War-time Con-
capital account expenditure. There is vention and Organization meeting of
a vote of $175,000 for the construction I Building Contractors of the Northwest,
of a bridge on the Canada Central Rail-1 to be held at Tacoma, Washington,
way over the Peace River near Peace i May 2.-2-1 are completed.
River  Crossing. The special  importance of the pur-
Tlie sum of $100,000 is provided for'pose  of the  Convention  may  now  be
Fraser River improvements. (Continued on Page 2)
Forcings Machine Work Patterns
Westminster Iron Works
John Reid, Proprietor
I
Manufacturers of
Structural and Ornamental Ironwork
'Phone 53
Office and Works, Tenth St,.
New Westminster, ES. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  f. <\r  ?..'  Ik";  s.;  _. -i  -.+ }       «y     n  Hf **-*■  -  w\ ■ ■  ™_i_?-  -*>.   ?  __-=j„      .  British Columbia Record  Fublisbed every Monday, Wednesday and  1«.May by the  KBCORD   PLTBLISHING  CO.  Telephone Seymour 780S.  Address:   5S3 Homer-Richards. Lane  Rear of 431  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON. ..MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One month      ' Sl'.OO  Six   months    $5.00  Payable stric.lv jn advance.  SHIPBUILDING ™ MARINE  **^***4^.^b******************  | fining News  (Continued from page 1)  said to have been officially recognized  as the Regional Director of Railroads  has, on a fixed limit,—authorized a reduced rate to ail delegates accredited  to the Convention. '  The Organization Committee, together with other representatives of  the  Northwestern  States and  British  OKLAND WILL HAVE  $10,000,000 YARD  OAKLAND, Cal.—A $10,000,000 con-  Columbia—has just issued a statement) crete shipbuilding plant is to be erect-  of which the following is an extract.      ed h? the Government on an island in  Oakland estuary, it was officially stated here today by Government officials.  A second plant, it was said, will be located at a point at San Diego, Los  Angeles or at some other point between these ports.  "Nearly five hundred additional delegates' cards have just been issued to  Northwest Master Builders."  "Increasing interest in the movement initiated is being shown' by numerous associations of builders in the  Eastern States."  "Master Builders of ten (Mid-western  States—in accordance with lines laid  out here—will hold a preliminary organization meeting in DesMoines, la.,  during the present month.  23-24) timely subjects wilL be discus  sed by eminent speakers of national  importance, and one session at least—  that of Thursday evening, May 23rd—  will   be  open  to   the  public  and   for  general discussion."  "Subjects  already assigned to that  session are:  VICTORIA   FIRM'S  LARGE CONTRACT  Messrs. Hutchison Bros. & Co., Ltd.,  Esquimalt Rd., electrical and mechanical   engineers,   are   about   to   launch  "At  the   Tacoma  Convention   (May   into a new undertaking, viz.:   the in-  -241  timelv sub.ecta will, be discus-  stallation of machinery and fitting out  of vessels.  This is an important step in the  firm's expansion and incidentally in  the city's industrial activities.' Negotiations have already been entered into for the extension of the water front-  I age and the alteration of the plant to  As soon as the tail shaft for tho  "War Nicola" is received by the Lyall  Shipbuilding Company, the fifth of the  wooden boats will be launched from  these yards for the Imperial Munitions  Board.  The "War Cariboo," the second boat  launched from these yards, is now be-i  ing equipped with machinery' at   the  Ogden Point assembly plant. '  OAKLAND, Cal.—The hulls of four  big steel vessels slid smoothly from  the ways in three shipyards within a  space of forty minutes here recently,  adding 36,000 tons to the cargo space  of the Emergency Fleet Corporation.  British Columbia Yards  ********<^ii>*<b*ch*<i>*'ii*****iT^i.  The 1917 net profit of Hedley Gold  was equal to $1.9S a share earned on  120,000 shares of capital stock, compared with $2.07 a share earned in  1916. ij  The Hedley Gold Mining Co. are  taking out the slimes from the old  pond opposite the office and remilling  them. Somebody intimated something  about the pond making a good skating rink next winter..,. It certainly  would. '&*  That the Ladysmith smelter, which  has been idle for some months, will  be blown in on or about June 20 Dext,  was an announcement made by Hon.  William Sloan, minister of mines, today. There are 4000 tons of coke on  hand at the smelter and 200 tons of  basic copper ore.  The old mine that has been dormant for many years on the lake  front just to the northeast of the  town has become the" property of the  Penticton Exploration and Development Company, and the workings will  at once be put into shape prepara-  torjv to the larger operations to be  undertaken. This concern now numbers    quite   a    few    valuable    claims  ME  Diamond Brand has no equal  99.S per cent pure  OBTAINABLE FROM ALL WELL KNOWN DEALERS IN CITY AND COUNTRY  Pacific Lime Co., Limited  Pacific Bide,Vancouver B. C.  Works, Blubber Bay, B. C.  among    its   holdings,   and  .although  Following is a list of the Shipbuilding working   in  a   small   way   at   present  Uv_iPya,en|a°g.cf .i.ttaiiSoaa!__cnt^^hPect to make interesting announce-  recently organized: ments sh'ortly.  , "War-time    Co-operation    between  suit  the  work;   the  wharf  is  being  Contractors and the Government." enlarged, and a' few^assembling plant  "Ideal Relations between organized  Labor and Building Contractors."  "War-time   Housing   and   Building  Operations."  "State Industrial Insurance and Med-'  'leal Aid- Systems."       ^ ,< -  "Systems   of Training,   to   produce  Skilled Mechanics."  "All delegates are requested  when  purchasing railroad tickets-, to obtain  ticket receipt certification form No. 217  to qualify them for benefit" of reduced  r.ates."  ,   , "The special report*to''the Conven-  1 ,tion of   the - Organization '- Committee  .  Chairman   (sojourning   for   weeks' m  Eastern centers, and now in the City  . of Washington), 'ist looked forward ,to,  ,< - especially with , reference "to'" prospec-  '--.live war requirements, to be bet by  -_ Building  Contractors. - "    "'/.."'  -'"' '"Builders of ttfe Northwest!    It is  ' tonly through organization, and by tak-  ■ ing earnest counsel}- toggtlier that, we1  can act,in_a fully intelligent, united  "and effective' manner —'that we can  . best adapt ourselves- to -;the profound  changes to'•foe made in the building industry   duiing  war-times   and   render  the best service to our country—thea  to ourselves."  erected; and the company estimate  that the staff will require to be nearly doubled to handle the enterprise, as  they intend ^fitting and completing' a  vessel within ninety days from the  time that it is handed over to them.  Cauffhlan Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Cameron  Genoa Mills' Shipbuilders Ltd.  Victoria.  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd, Victoria.  Lyall   Shipbuilding   Co.,   North   Vancouver.  New   Westminster   Eng.  , Poplar Island.  &   Const.   Co.,  Pacific  Construction Co.,  Ltd.,  Port Co-  - quitlam.  Standard   Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver.  Extensive prospecting is in .progress in .the Kaslo section, ^ where  miners* are eagerly searching for manganese. Much ore is being found  over an area extending as far as  eight miles from- the original Curie-  Larson property. Some of it is low  grade and some is said to be -good.  Locations are being made on-Lthe  Archer ranch and also almost up'.to  USE     .  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive  Cement  >_»  (Ready for use.)  i  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY. Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Street       _ *    .  Phone B»y,v772  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Western   Canada   Shipyard*   Ltd.;   Van-   tn/e  town  limits   of Kaslo.  Bamberton Cement  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  W« specialize In prompt service for Contractors'  temporary powar installation*  ->_i  Bulldos Cable  Pacific Lime  • -..»_  BXC^EtE_etRlCr  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  Tfcone   Seymour   5000   and  have   our   representative  ** _, _>  R. V. WINCH A GC^Urriitcd  , Vancouver and Victoria  .   .  FIRES  Fire which starred from an overflowing pot of tar entirely destroyed  a pipe factory and planing mill at  Brilliant on Saturday morning. The  damage is estimated at $20,000. The  mill was owned by the Doukhobors.  CARIEVALE, Sask. — Fire, Avluch  started in the basement of Coade's  corner block, caused a loss that is  estimated at $75,000.  PROPOSED   NEW    WORK  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  . .    BY  PATRONIZING:  ■c  Character   Armory      Harbor Works     Bank & office bldg   Hotel, C. N. Ry   ,-_-Ux_-_>t«d   Cast   1350.000   Net given  VANCOUVER  Edition Went Like Wild-Fire.  "Was your last book a success?"  "Oh, immense!    The publisher sent  the entire edition to  my. house; Just  as we ran out of coal."  Ir»c*__oa  Grandvlew  Ownst  ..Government  Kitsilano Reserve    Government  Hastings & Granville Royal > Bank  False Creek Fill  C. N. Ry. Co.  *""*«• - Ma-L-JUady  Perry  &  Fowler  _   Government    ""™r"_n_.", .-*_•  No archt. commissioned yet""   * reparinfir  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  -    ' '    "-':VV:'".   '   .  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rates  UNION   STATION  £ 'Phone Seymour 405  MAIN STREET  r  TENDERS WANTED.  Tenders are called for approximately 5,000 feet B. M. of used lumber  .aken from Sooke Bridge. Also for  lumber in place on bents 2 and 4.  Loose lumber piled on east bank of  river. Tenders to be in not later than  May 31.  PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEER.  Victoria, B. C.  .}*1^^**********:>&*****ty*%»1r&  PLUMBING   PERMITS     f  **************************  15707 to 15709  2033—Mr. Dickie,   660   Hornby   St.  Weeks & Co.  2034—Stewart, Pender and Hornby.  Weeks & Co.  .'   2035—Royal   Dairy,   1216   Denman.  Weeks & Co.  Z-__P30TE___C_rTS XJSTED XXMESXATBl-Y BELOW ABB PBOPOSED  BUT HAVE  BEER POSTPONES -  Post Office  Post Office  Concrete  Garage  .$250,000   : 135,000  Gore and Keefer.   South Vancouver   Fifth __ Fir Sta..    Dom. .Govt   Dom. Govt  ..JFord Motor Co.  ;Dom.   Govt. T.-i_     j  Dom.   Govt.    £- *ye2  Owners ' £e.ay .?   -   Delayed  •)  J  ADAM JJACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilna, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Htehl._n«l 728 a02a w-||  VANCOUVER, B. C.  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Character  .Cost  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Z>oo«t-o_    Owasr  Architect _  pi,-,, B<ady  I ; '_•'■*. *  t  I      -■*--      «-~  L    __ t  i _ri_Lii^u AND  t  PILING___ POLES  C  OLUMBIA - TKEATR  ROAD  MOVING  Prices 10c  SHCWS  PICTURES  Boxes 25  E  PANTAGES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK j  any length - any diameter .  ■ .       ■ i  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.       !  Incorporated 1909 *  J    1021.1024 Roger. B«Hdi„g Seymour 3998-3999   |  ±  ^^*^^*_*..*...4«.WH    ********+**W4>**+,  ****4*'t>*  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.OO-9.OO  PRICES 20c-30c  I  , — -» » «»., LIMITED  Piib.ic Works Contractors  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  DID YOU  KNOW?  WE   SELL    li  !  SHEATHING  WALLBOAf.  I  |j LET 115 QUOTE  Sm-th  Davidson &  \Vr^E___^ i ___  VANCOUVER   andvlCTO^A td'  The largestpapcr house in t.,e west  mm BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  •fofe ■*/& Traneir  ^nionSqtmre^an&ancisco  Qn ike cenieroftke,  TPaier from *Z?°per  7?ay. -foooTiboms:  Gntfenieniioike  meaiav.Chb^Sfwps  NEW ACCESSORIES FOR  THE   FORD   CAR  Latest Appliances Being Manufactured  in  City' by  Gatrell  &  Hastings.  New accessories and appliances for  Ford cars are put on the market almost daily, and one that is being favorably   received   is   being   manufactured in the city by Messrs. Gatrell &  Hastngs at  their accessory house at  1250 Granville street.   The new appliance is the "Hegat" foot accelerator  for right hand drive Ford cars.    During the past few weeks they have disposed  of a large number' to  owners  and at present the  demands  of jobbers are keeping them busy.   The accelerator gives the same control of the  Ford as in all high  priced  cars and  those who have used  the device are  loud   in their praise.    While  the  device is primarily for right hand drive  cars sucli  as are sold in British  Columbia,  they  are  also   able   to   take  special orders for the opposite drive.  The accelerator is substantially made  and retails at a low price, being installed in a very few minutes by. the  manufacturers.  Moore is a lemon grower and hog  raiser. He has in the past been hauling his hogs to San Diego ' or Los,  Angeles in a made-over truck. The  trip from the Fallbrook ranch to the  city occupied twelve or more hours.  It was this long, tiresome journey  that caused the hogs to lose money.  An average shrinkage in weight of  twenty-five pounds was suffered by  the hogs. At this rate Moore was losing ,$3.75 per hog.  A Maxwell truck was purchased and  over the good roads it is making about  twenty miles an hour. Moqre figures  that this speed is saving him about 70  per cent, of the loss which he had  been suffering.  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 9045  MAXWELL   TRUCK    EFFECTS  SAVING   IN   HOG   PRICES  Saving.$2.63 per hog is the latest  M axwell record to come to the attention of the company officials. This  new record is due to the performance  of the sturdy Maxwell truck, according to Manager A. W. Criuse, of the  Consolidated Motor Company, Maxwell and Nash dealers._  • William Moore, of Fallbrook, Cal.,  is the owner of the record maker.  Owners of any Maxwell truck, however, will achieve as good records.  TO HAUL ORE.  A heavy White motor trifck went  through Trail this week, destined for  Kitto Landing/ on Kootenay Lake,  where it wil be utilized in hauling  ore fom the Consolidated company's  Molly Gibson mine- to the Landing.  INDUSTRIAL   MOTOR  SHOW.  A pavilion with 10^000 square feet of  floor space and capacity for 1,0.00 machines will be provided for the motor  show which Js to he held in connection  with the Pacific Coast Land and Industrial Exposition, September 9-Octoher  6,' at Oakland, Cal. An arrangement  of tiers will make each exhibit of machines clearly visible. The exposition  occupies more than thirty acres of  ground as well as the civjlc auditorium,  and will exploit the land and industries' of the West .Among.the features  wjJU-he motor cars and tractors. .   '"'  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  imck&  can be used in a  hundred Ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting <gas. to your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carrall and HatUng Ste.  'Phone Seymour SOOO  -   i  t'   - "v-    >      '_:  LEEK & CO., LTD  Consulting and Contracting  Heating and Ventilating Engineers  S«y_Moi_r   €61 1098 Homer St.  VANCOUVER B. C.  SAY!  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 secondhand.   We will convert it at once into a dependab.f3 shaft-driven VA- or 2-ton truck.  "MANJAK SPECIFICATION"  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 she  .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  HOMER STREET, VANCOUVER,  B.  C, PHONE  SEY.  668 Distributors for British Columbia  i***  \  _  \   \ W  SN  *Ti  -   f  Internal Gear Axle Drive  The simplest, most efficient and cconomi-  _ _? fnr-i-f drive. Chain drive has been  a-U«ededf unUl now 90% of all standard  trucks operate by shaft drive.  The TRUXTUN hns the additional advantage of a solid forged nickel steel axle,  which gives it much greater strenRth and  durability than the built-up, cast and  botted housings used on many moderute-  priccd trucks.  NOT a Chain Drive  &jsw*U«/    ->  Zu^J, JM'aTl.  fflll!!!  C&fcv-s^ifltcf*.  Hill.. !l!l  illlli  ?M!!T. !;!ii| ,|  nnnJliliilfi.  'lllill-'l1   IjI'ilVV'li '.ly. ij//r,  !|l!!l:;li'.:i!I'! II h^X^KM  -I1.'"  \mimm;j:z;^mm.  : Tord Cars—Model  A,   I'/j-ton  -Inch   wheolbnse    Jji_10  -Inch   wheftlbaso     425  -Inch   wheelbase     440  •   Tord   Cars—Model    B,    2-ton  -Inch   wheelbase    $525  -inch   wheelbase      540  : Other Cars—Model C,  l'A-ton  -Inch   frame   length $425  -Inch    frame   leiiKtli   450  ■   Other   Cars—Mode.    I..),    2-ton  -Inch    I'rnmo   length $540  -Inch    I'ramo   length   560  Trices P.OJ3. Factory  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. C. 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,  Seymour 4149  Vancouver, B. C  r-Y*P«ffi-TO__f-«^_^^ ^_^__3___1'_. _ »_1 _T_3__5_-__.. __..- vnar,  OSTED- READ THE  .'  i - -  ?. ■' .  .    ."s.v  CM  * rl  1/ ' V_5  f ^  ' \ .:*"'y,3  *'i|  J-3  \  YJJ  -_L_  i. J___ 4_- .  1    _.*"_.  I*'  & '        _  IN  it"  t  ' BRITISH COLOMBIA RECORD  . -.....  N  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. a. BAGLEY ^ SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and    MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  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^ND FAIR PMCES  PHONE SEY. 316  I  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1050 Korner St  Vancouver B. C.  NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS.  CORPORATION   OF   RICHMOND.  STEVESTON DYKE.  Tenders for the construction wort:  at Steveston dyke will be received b.  the undersigned until 5 p.m. of Thursday, the 23rd inst.  The  lowest or any tender  not ne «  cessarily accepted.  S.  SHEPHERD,   C.M.C.  Richmond Municipal office,  Eburne,  B.C.,  May 17,  1918.  Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  TOO MUCH FOR HIM  Fl"_rl _____*  PILE DRIVING GO.  LIMITED  P. A. Jones, Mg_.  WHARF BUILDING,;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  ETC.  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  '. General Towing   '  324 Front St Mew Westminster  Telephone 1015  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  FRASER   AVENUE   BRIDGE.  Tenders will be received up to noon  on May 25 at the office of the Public  Works Engineer, Victoria, B,   C,  for  | the erection of a new 140-I-Iowe Truss  Span across the North Arm of the Fraser River on Fraser Avenue.  Plans and specifications may be seen  at the office of the Public Works Engineer, Victoria, B. C., or at the ofliee  of the District Engineer, Courthouie,  Vancouver, B.C.  The lowest or any tender not neces  sarily accepted.  of .2.00. -.'..';'  A plan of the Reserve showing the  portion to be placed under license,  and any further information may be  obtained from the undersigned . or  from Mr. Peter Byrnes, Indian Agent,  New Westminster.  DUNCAN C. SCOTT,  Deputy    Superintendent    General    of  Indian Affairs. '  Ottawa, April 24, 1918.  Buyers' Guide  and  When Buying Building Material and Supplies  Patronize Record Advertisers  ARCHITECTURAL  "'   .. As General "Agents  for British Columbia of The Globe  -Indemnity,. Company.of' Canada and  .The.'-Liverpool *&' J_6_ulb_r &f Globe  ',insurance^Co., Ltd. ..We sell com;.  -'* plete protection -, including loss '  through.v ,t,.-.  - Fire,   Theft,   Collision,   Property  Damage and Personal. Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell £ Co.  LT_rr.TED -     .   ■  Winch   Rldf,. 739   T-Iastlngs  St.  XV.  Estab.  1S86        Vancouver, B.C._ .  PROPOSALS WANTED  CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT  OF  NORTH   VANCOUVER.  Sealed   Tenders   on   the   prescribed  forms   and   accompanied   by, cash   or  certified cheque for 5 per cent, of the  j amount of tender (which sum shall be  retained as a guarantee until the satisfactory   completion' of   the   works)  will be received until noon n May 23,  191S, by Mr. John G. Farmer, municipal clerk, for the supply and laying of  the following approximate lengths of  water mains:  - 2,200 ft'. 8-in. lap welded steel' pipe  13,960 ft. S-in. wood stave pipe  1,600 ft. 6-in. wood stave pipe,  with   the - necessary, valves 'and   specials,   in  accordance  with  plans   and  specifications to be seen at the District Engineer's Office, Municipal Hall,  Lynn Valiey.   The lowest or any tender not.necessarily accepted.  >   ,   ....       FRANK M. SHARP,  Acting District Engineer.'  -Elephant—So your marriage with  Mrs. Grizzly Bear was an unhappy  one?  Mr. Stork—I should say so! No matter how hard I worked for her she did  nothing but growl from morning' till  night.  1 "  1 "  1    '"  1     "  DEPAETMENT OF WORKS.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  MISCE-.-_AN_.OXTS   PROFOSAX.8  ,-, Architects .Gardiner & Mercer, -827  Birks Building,. are- calling -for lenders for the alteration and, addition to  a residence in New'Westminster for  the Sun Life Co. of Canada."  Architect   J. • A.   iBenzie,   Standard  Bank   Building,   is   working   on   the  plans of the Rotary Clinic and  it is  j expected' that everything will   be  in  | readiness to call for tenders in about  ■ three' weeks.  J! TENDERS   FOR   CAST   IRON   PIPES.  ,   -,  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STOSE FITTINGS  Etc.  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  FAINTING, PAPER HANG-  IHG and KALSOMiHING  Sey. 87S5      Sey. 8768  li  !«.  E. A. BAS LEY  Plumbing  and  Stoamfitting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     982 14th AVE. E.  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for  furnishing cast iron pipes and specials  and lead for William Head, 3. C, Quarantine Station," will be. received at  this office until -1 p.m. on Friday. June  7, 1918. for above piping materials for  water service, at Quarantine Station,  j William Head, B. C.  1 The following quantities are re-  quired: (1) Cast iron pipes about 372  j tons. (2) Standard special castings  j about 34 tons. (3) Pig lead for jointing pipes,about.35 tons. l_ach person  or firm may tender for amy or all of  the above materials, but a .separate;  tender shall be submitted-for each.  (No bulk or conditional tender will be  entertained.)  Specification and forms of tender  can be obtained at the offices of. the  Chief Architect, Department of Public  Works, Ottawa; of the District Engineer, Victoria, B. C; Chipman &  Power, Engineers, Mail Buildirjg, Toronto, Out., and the Overseer of Dominion Buildings., Post Office, Montreal-,  P. Q.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the forms supplied, and  signed with their actual . signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and the place of residence of  each member of the firm must be  given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the- order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per  cent (10%) of the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline, to enter into a  contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted  for. If the tender be not accepted the  cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,   ^  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 17, 1918.  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, 1Q1S, for the erection' and  completion of a four-room schoo-  house 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.  > 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   de-  cirne 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 -0, 1918.  MACHINERY FOR SALE  1—5j^<x8   American Hoist and '  Boiler  1—    6_c_2 Beatty Hoist  .1  only       Beatty Swing Gear  Capstan Shaft  Marine Boiler  Upright Boiler  2060-lb, Pile Hammer  Driver  and other miscellaneous Contractors' Equipment in first class cpn-  dition.  MRS. W. G. GILLETT  Phone Bay. 2812-L  **************************  f ARCHITECTS . *  *************•!'<'****<&*****%*%.  Benzie. Jae.  A.,  510 Hast. XV S«y.  830»  Bryan & Gillam, 509 Richards Sey. 550S  Cox,   A.  Arthur, I.R.I.B.A.,  11.2  Pender XV Sey.  3972  Dalton  &  Eveleigh,   615 '     <  Hast.   XV: s ,. .....Sey.    6G2  Gardiner,   F.   G.. &   Mercer,   718   Gran.-;  Seymour 3G72.  Gardiner,   Wrn.  Frederick,  "IS  Gran. Sey.  2672  Honeyman & Curtis,  821  Pander XV :. :..Sey.  1621  Macey,  Frank,  470  Gran Sey.' 180.  Matheson,   Robt.  M.,  509  Rich...S&y.  5038  Palmer,- Bernard C, C16 Credit  Foncier  Kids Sey. 36S0  Pratt SS. Ross,  736  Gran Sey.  1.57  Sharpe & Thomson,  C20  Ponder   XV Sey. 1004  Somervell  & Putnam,   626  Pender   W. '..S_y.   6230  Townley, Fred L.., 325 Homer....Sey.  8013  Twizell*,  R.  P.  S.,   837  Hast.W..Sey.,^7825  TERRA    COTTA.  EvanB. Coleman A Evans, Ft.  Col. St., 8. 29S8  O'N.d),  Wm. N.  Co.   _d„  54 3  Seymour.S. 4795  Ritchie   Con.    _   Sup.    Co.,    Ltd     aran.    ~'.  Bridge       S. 9162  ASPHALT   KELT.  Evans.  Coleman A Bvans,   ft.  Col 8.2988  '£_•   Barren   Co..   Ltd.,   10th  and   Arbutus,   Bay.   77a.  AUTOMOBILES  U*_g Motor Co., Ltd.,   10U_  aeorjrla St.   W 8. 0044  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  ilt»*r Motor Co.,  Ltd..   10«_  UeoriiJa St.   \V 3, 90„)  AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE  CeperUy. Kou-ifcl] A Co., Ltd., Winch U1U« B.  7820  BANKS  Home   Bank  of   Canada S. 5270  BKICK—ALL KINDS.  Evans Coleman A .Evans, Ft. Col., 6. 2988  Gilley Bros.. Ltd., New W>.t., Phones 15, 16  W. N. O'Noil & Co., 64 8 6oy. St.. 6. .796-.798  Ritchie   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.,    Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  Bridge    s.   9162  U.V.Winoh  A Co..  Ltd..  Winch B. S. 273-1944  BUILDING   FELTS   AND  FA .'BUS.  Evans. Coleman A Bvans, Ft. Col... .8. 2988  W. N. O'Noil A Co., 546 Sey. St., S. .795-47.8  Tim  Uarretl  Co.,   Ltd.,   KlUi   and   Arbutus. iSay.   77J.  MARBLE  AND   ONYX  Evans, Coleman A .Brans,  ft.  Col S. 2988  54* .bey.  St.  8.   4795-4798  W.  N.  O'Nell <&  Co.,  MOTORS  15.   C.   Eloctrle Co.,   Ltd _  s. 500|  ,    MOTOR   TBTXCSCS.  _.*.■ *Totor X°- 1062 Georgia W. S. 90.5  j-lack  Bros., I,td.,  115   (Tomer S.    668  Little   Giant   Motor  Truck   Co S. 4830  PACKING,    BELTING   AND    MECHANICAL   GOODS  Dunlcp Tiro & itubber Quod- Co.. Ltd ,  8. I t'ambio Ht.     _ _.;. 8.  13—S. 25.5  PA INTS—.11 UK -PROOF.  XV. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 Soy. St...S. 4795-4798  PAINTS—B_.-I> PKOO_.  Evana,  Coloman & Kvans,  ft. Col S 2988  \V,  _N. O'N-il * Co., 51.  b.y. St...a. .796-4798  PAPER v y   Smith.  Ua.ld.10-  A WrUht. Ltd.,  Homer  and   _>arl«   Sts .'.  _  g_ 9jgj  __       __Ti»ir'Tr?TAT.    T_TT.T-__T_.PV       *  BONDS—SURETY.  it. V.Winch  A Co., Ltd.,  Winch B„ S. 279-194'.  CKMKNT.  Balfour,   Guthrie a  Co .-.6. 919'.-5670  Evans, Coleman & XBvans, Ft. CoI.-.S. I9Sh  Gilley Bros., Ltd,, New -West., Phone* 15. 16  W. N. O'Nell A Co,. H&tS^y. St.. S. 4785-473S  Kitchle   Contr.   A   Sup.,   Ltd.,   Granville   St  BridK-    .'. '     S. 916?  R.V. Winch A Co.: Lta... Winch B.. 8.479-194 4  ' _  CK-I1.-.T TKSTINU  AlN'D  ASSAYING.  Hunt,   Robt.   W^   A   Co.,   Standard   Barik  ttld.. : S.'2199  . * .,  •  , contractou87-.;knkral,  Armstrong,   ilorrisou    A    Co.,    Ltd.,    Bower  •   Belfir J S. 1836  ,    _  CONTRACTORS— TII.B—XJ5RKA7ZO.  Evans,  Coleman A Evans,  ft.  Col 3. 29S8  vV. >*. O'Nell & Co., 5«!j Sey. tit.. S. 4795-<798  CRANES   AKl>   HOISTS    (ELKCTRIC •  Th* Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W,  Soy.  1065.  PARTITION—FIREPROOF  Evans, Coleman  & Evan*    rt. Colum. ,3, 2988  KltcU.c. Con. A Sup. Co.. Uianv. Bdg..S. »:«*  PATTERNS  TVr»»ttnii-.t»r  Iron  Work*,  Xg.r Waatiul.ii.tsr    Phone 53  PIG   IRON A-VD  TIN  Balfour,  Guthrie  a  Co a.  9197-C57S '  £vaus, Coleman  A Evans,  ft. Col S._988  WlUdnkOD Co.,  Ltd.,  Sit u«ao_i av«  s   79li—•  JFt. V. Winch A Co.. Wlncli B.d...s.   279-ia<4  PILIXO AND  POLKS  Fedoral   Ltimter   Co.,   Itosors   Itlila   ..S. 3998-t  "    PILK DHIVlNt.;  Evana, Coleman & Evans,   ft.  Col S. 3988  -___*■•_-   jtvi>»r   JfUit   urlviug _Co..   _.*w   Wesu  PIPE—J.EW-2B  JDvana. Coleman* l.v«tns   Ft. Colum..5 2988  usliuy   Bios.,   L.til.,   New   West., . Vhones 16  J«,  "_*lV,hI ...Con"   &  buP'   Co-   Granville. .S. 9162  H.   V.   Winch A Co..  Wluvm bid...d.    279-1941  DRILLS—POBTAfiLT.   ELECTR£C  Darling,  Franic A Co., 1142 Homer  Street     Sey.^ 4100-4101  Th« Holden Co., Ltd.,'542 Pender St XV.  . Sey.   1065.  OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY  ********************'%***■*■ t  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  '   Executive Department   .1  Mayor R. PI. Gale  City Council  Ward 1  ...:.„.„.'.Tho's. H. Kirlc  Ward 2  : W. R. Hamilton  Ward 3  .•_.•_'.W. C. MarsLall  Ward 4  ."."..:...".—Jos. Hoskins.  Ward 5  .'. .": W. R: Oweii  Ward 6  '. S. rC. Elliot  Ward 7- Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8  _ F. P. Rogera  .   Financial & Clerical  Departments   *  Clerk  ...Wm. 3IcQueen, B.A.  Comptroller G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. 3. Johnstone  Accountant^ A. J. Pilkington  Engineering Department  Engineer  V. L. Fellowes  Building Department  Building-Inspector R. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Secretary  S. J.- Montgomery  Health   &   Sanitation   Department  Medica) Health Officer F. T. Underhill-  Library  Librarian  R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  .Tohnathan Rogers,  Chairman        j clash*—all kinds.  A. C. J. Leek G. W. Hutching-| vr. n. o*x-n a Co, hi »«.y. St.. s. 4795-479*  M. S. Logan       George Eldon  ELECTRICAL SUPPUEO  B.   C.  Ultctrle Co.,  Ltd.-  .._..:__.  S. 5000  L'cpt A .Son.  150   tlaitine* \V...'.r. __. _»j. ttVi  DarHnar, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street     Sey.   -108-4101  ELEVATOR CARS AND ENCLOSURE-.-,-  W. N.  O'Nell A Co.,  S48 Sey. 'St/:S.4795-479l.  .Ritchie   Centr.   A   Sup.. Co." Ltd..   Grati.   St.  Brads*.  _ ......,.•.   B. 9162  ELEVATORS  Darllnj, Frank <& Co,, 1142 Homec  ".   Street    .. : Sey.  4108-4101  IT RE CLAY  Balfour,   Guthrie  A  Co S.  9197-1S576  Evans, Coleman A Evans Ft. Co!...S. 29SS  Gilley "Broe.,, X.w Westminster. Phones 15,16  XV. N. O'Nell & Co., 54S Sey. St.. S.4795-4798  Ritchie Can. & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdg-.S. VI t'  P.. V. Winoh &  Co.,   ,Vinoh Bidb'., i..  <.7S-1944  KIItE   EXTINGUISHER   KYJ?TEM8.  Barr A Anderaon,  1.C0  Homer St t_.  61S0  PLANTER  Balfour,  Guthrie  _i  uo S. S-197-657J  m..08' T?0'e"'-1'' &  Kvaud   Ft. Coiuin..S. 29tt»  *Z\lleJ  %."!*■>   Ltil-   New   \Ve(_t...Phun**15, 1*  .,.*,i-*i     ;>e" ^   ."'' £<S fc*}- st-- -^  ITSS-47SI  Kitohie, Con. a. Sup. Co., tfrauv. Btlg..s. 91«1  PLASTER BOARD  Evana,  Coleman A Evana,   ft. Col S  2988*'  l_l'___.__.° £011 &_C_' j44 **>• J*---*- 4795:479k"  KllehJe   Con.   A   bup.   Co.,   Granvilla. .s. 9K2  PL-S.TKR  PARTITION   BLOCKS  Evans,  Coleman A Evana,  ft. Col J..' 298»  •PLASTElt—UilXA-UUNTAJL ..  5?a£B,C'c!',m*n. *  Xlvinis,   tu  Cal.'. .V.;S._98g  t-V_?«-u * Ci" 6<» *">*• St.. .H. 479i-4798  oup.   Ci*..   Oranrllle. .S3. Sltt  W  Hit able ,Con.  -    I'LUMBIXG \  Bailey." B. A., 1033 Granville St., S. 13«  -Barr   «- Aaa.rsoa,  a**o   iiont.r   *Jt.. .s. _is«  , ,    PNEUMATIC  TOOL8  DSLrl&tf' Fr&ttk.'& c«>.. 11**,Homer      -    .  Th, j/owVn'coTttdTr^FltndsV^S^w!  ,   , '..'. ,   .   ' -    .'        Say.   1085.  POINTERS  Bazity, A. O.  A Sous, Ltd.,  151 llaatlngi'  31S  FLOORING  J. Fyfe  Smith  A   :.«.,  1320  .Richards.  .S. 1136  FORCINGS  \\ _juni;i_t«r  Iron U'o.k*.   .N'O'.t \V*ntn.i: .tor    Fbou» 53  ROOFING  COMPOSITION  •fiVa_.3" Co'c'*"ln * Svai.< Kt. ,oium..S. 29S8  /It* -arret: Co., Ltd.. ICtli and Arbului. lTay 773.  )V   ^.. O-Xell & Co., 54!. Sey. St..   .s  J7«-.-47S.  ^t,-,lnC._n * *UP- t-.*Gra,;m.V.V.»i"  .Siauh.   Darld^ou   *.  W.iRtit. Ltd.,   (iumor       "  and   Uarle   iiu.  -.8. 93S8  Allan  GALVANIZING  McKelvie Enf. Co., Ltd High 1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver  Gas  Appliance  Co S.    801  ROOFING—SUKET METAL  (See  Cornj«e  una   tvoofins:)  UOOjCING   MATERIAL  Th» Barrott Co., Uil„ lotli anil Art.ii.uj, Baj -77i  Jvyaub. coleitiun A Evans Ft. Colum. .d. M&g  K.tchie Con. A Bup.  Ci., Granville B...8. nil  ROOFING—WHOLESALE  Sidney  Kubbcr  Roofing  Co... S.  4149  Balfour,  RorK-JJAMLA  Cuthrie   A    Ca «• 91J7-667I  w.  PROPOSALS WANTED  Sealed tenders addressed to the  undersigned and marked on the face  of the envelope, "Tender for Sliam-  mon Timber," will be received until  noon of Wednesday, June 19 next, for  the merchantable timber on approximately 1,100 acres of the Sliammon  Reserve situated on the northern  shore ot,- Malaspina Strait, in the New  Westminster district of the Province  of British Columbia.  Tenderers should state the amount  of cash bonus they are prepared to  pay over and above dues at the rate  of ?1.00 per M feet B. M.  An annual license will be granted  to the successful tenderer and five  years will be allowed for the removal  of the timber under the Regulations  of the Department. ■'  S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician  C. H. Fletcher  Street & Sewers Department  Superintendent John Morton  Police Department (  Police Magistrate.. ........H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk E. Robinson  Solicitor .....E. F. Jones  Prosecutor .R. L. Maitland  Fire   Department.  Chief ...........■.._...,- J. H. CarUsle  \  NORTH SHORE CIVIC  OFFICIALS.  DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER.  Chairmen of Committees:  Board of Works..  Waterworks   Fire  ami   Light. . .  I'innncc....  Park and Plans... .  Police and Health...  Reeve   Councillor K.  P. Purdie  D.   McLurif  " A.   W.   Whitakcr  " Jack    Loutct  " R.   I.rown  J.  McCarthy  .K.  II.   Bririgman, Esq.  CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER  Mayor ; Geo.  W.  Vance, Esq.  CITY COUNCIL  Chairmen of Committees:  Waterworks     liruce   Watson  Parks it lioulcvards E. A.  Morden  r _rry W.   J.    Barclay  Board of Works T.  Irwin  DISTRICT WEST VANCOUVER  ' Chairmen of Committees:  m,      ,. e ,-a -n        _. , 1 Reeve '. V.   V.   Vinson,   Esq  The license fee IS ?o0.00 and ground'Water,,Fire & Light..Councillor J.  S.   Yates  Board of Works  " D.  MorRan  R.  C.   Proctor  S.   Gisby  rent of five cents per acre is payable ,-  *    ' rinancc   annually together with a renewal fee Parks * Transportation  TELEPHONE DATA  1CBW USrSTAiLATlOl-S  MAY 16, 1918  B. C.  Machinists,  Machinists,  715 S-yrnoitr    Federated   Labor   Party  OrgHuizutlons,   -07   Hastings   W   MAY 17,  1918  Dovvnic,   XV.   J.,   office,   71S   Granville-     Davit; Ht.  Dining Uooms,  Rest.,  7.",:.   l.iavie   Newsorr,,  W.  L„ Gen. Ins.,  '.27 Seymour   Alatsumiya, S.  Co.,   Dry Goods,   '2'2'J  Powell     People's New & 2nd  Hand  Furniture .Store,   10'S-l   Granville   Globe Building Co., contractors,   071.   Seymour   MAY 20, 1918.  . .   ,1   Laundry, 317  Georgia E   OXULNe_-S.  MAY 16, 1918  Merchants Auto  Delivery,  Transfer,  from  5-9  10th  K.  to  2!)._2 Scott....Fair  MAY   17,  1918 ^ -.,^^^______  „.... ..   ... . -     _.„  .j.v'Jr'  Woman's Bakery, bakers, from 2IS9 Main  to 2110  Main    Sey.   .91.9   Sey.   Itia3   Sey. (503  : Sey. _l2fi   Sey. ri\2   Sey. 4191   Sey. .0.. I   Sey. -19 19   Sey.   .1209  3131  ~D88  HARDWAKJE  Irtwi.  Trttn A Co..  Ltd..   1151  Homer SL_.S. 7153  l'_«tt, J. A., Ill HastinifB W Sey. -.S27-S  HARDWOOD  FLOOItS  W. N.  CNail A Co..  04R 8»y. St. ..8. 479S-4798  J.  Tyfa  Smith   A  Co,  1320  Bicharda. .3. 119B  UAIIBWOOD UMIlEll  Smith,  J.  Fyfe A Co..  1320 Klchards. .6. 1196  HBATING—HOT  AIK,   ifTEAM   AND   VEN-  'riLATI>'C  Bailey, Bl. A;, 1033 Granville St., S.  13G  Barr   A   Anderson,   1060   Iloiner   St.. .S. til!<u  HEATING   AND    VENTILATING    E..GINEC.8  L««fc A C»..  Ltd.,  1008  Hoiaur St _.a.    «61  HOISTING  ENGINES  Ritchie Con   A Sup. Co., Grauvl. Bdg. .S. 916i  JM'EItlOK  1INISII  Bvan«,  Coleman  &   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 298S  VV.  -V O'Neil A Co..  54»* Sey.  Kt. ..S. 4735-4796  Uitchl«, Con. & Sup. Co., oranv. Bdg..a. >ioi  IKO>'  ANO   STKKL—STUl.'OTL-KAL  Can. Northwest Steel Co., Ltd,  Prince   l-Jdvvatd St Fair.  2396-7  Kvan», Coleman A Evana^ Kt. Col.. ._>. -.'Uti-  CouKhlan.   J.   &  Sons.   World   Bldg. ...S.   ~'J''t  Macdonald.   Jlarpole   Co.,   Ltd S.  210  Kitchle, Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg..S. 916,  VV. N. O'Noil A Co., 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Westtnlnnter Iron Wurln, New VVeatmlnstor l'liuiw 03  Wilkinson Co., 846-Beach S.  7915  IRON   AND  STEEL—ORNAMENTAL.  Bvans, Coleman A Evans,  It.  Col S. 2988  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Soy. St.. .S. 4795-4798  F'.itchU Con. A Sup. Co., <jranvl. Bd_j. .H. 91R.  WMtmlnstM-  Iron  Works.   N*w ,SV'«.tiiiiii_Ier    i'liona 53  LATA—METAL  Evans. CoUman A Evans. Ft. Columb..S. S98S  W. N. O'Nell & Co., B48 Soy. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St 8.   9162  LIMK.  Balfour,   Gut. .He &  Co S.  9197-6576  Evan*, Coleman & Evans, Ft. Columb..S. 39__  Gilley Bros.. New Westminster. .Phones 15. 16  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey.  St. ..6. 4795-4798  1'aoiflo Lime  Co..  Ltd., I'aclfle I.UIr H. !)-0(l  llltchle Con. & Hup. Co.. Granville. .S. 9162  R. V. Winch Co,  Ld., Winch 13ds..B. 279-1944  RUBBER  STAMPS  Begley, A. O. A fl»r». Ltd..  151 Hasting Tf_..a.    31«  SAl'ligt—VAILT DOOKS  W. X. O'Neil A Co.. 5-.ii Sey. St.. .S. 4T95-479*  SAND    UKAVEL ANli CKLSHRD ROCK  Evnns,  Coleman A iBvans,   ft.  C«l S. 298.S  Gilley .lirus.,   Ltd.,   .Yew   Wee:.. .Phone# 15   i*  Kitct.le, Con. ft sup. Co., Oranv. IW«..g. 9i«i  8ASII   DOOKei,   WlNUOHS,   JSTO.  W. N. O'XeJI & Co., 54S Sey. gt.. .8. 47J6-479S  SiUINOLE  JlJAJ.t:_ACTl'REKS AND  DK.VL-  Kith.   ■■ ■  (See  Lumber   and  St.lng.es..)  SLATE  Evsna. Coleman &  Evans,  ft.  Col.. ...S  29IU  h,^-.W'"Ch   _f 9°- Wlnch  BId...S.    279-1944  Kitchle, i_on. & iup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. 916J  -Tlilil^—HKINIOKCING.  UaUour,    Guthrie   *    Co  S. 9197-UB76  t-vana,  Coleman  Jt   Evans,  ft.   Col.... .S. 3981  A   SCOUK  stoke  *   officii;   II.Vri.JtEi.  FRONTS  Bvans,  Colemnn  A  Kvans,   ft.   Col S. 2981  VV. N. O'Nell A Co., 648 Sty. St...3. 4796-4798  TAR   AND   PITCH  Tin Itarrett Co., Ltd., loth anil Arbutus, IUj 77*  Evans,  Coleman  & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 298«  TILE—DRAINING  Evans. Coleman A Evans Ft. Colum. .S. 298»  ml iy. Br°B- New Westminster Phonoe 16. U  Rltctii*   Con. A Sup. Co., Granv. Bdg. .8. 9161  TILE—FLOOR AND   WALL  Evans, Coloman A Evans,  ft.  Col S 291g  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 54B iUy. St.. .S. 4795-479*  fi!vilUrV.   .ulhr,°  *   Co s-  9197-657*  -v*"«'  Coloman * Evans,  ft.  Col S. 3»l«  bi  .*iW",Ch,*  Co"   VVincl1   Bid...S.    279-1944  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach s. 7i'k  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank   &   Co..   1142   Horner   St.   S.   4100-4101  LUMBER  _>_deral   Lumber   Co.,   Koko.h   Bldg..   S. 3998-9  MACHINERY  Krown.  Fra«»r A Co.,   Ltd.,   1130 Homer  St S. 7155  Darling,  Frank & Co., 1142  Homer  Street     --Sey.  4100-4101  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ultchi* Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdg..8. 916-  Th* Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  Sey.   1065.  MACHINE   WORK  Westminster  Iron Works.  New WeHlmlnster    I'hone 33  MANTELS—BKICK,  TILE AND  WOOD  flvans, Coleman A Evans,  ft. Col S. 29*8  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 648 Sey. St. ..8. 4795-4798  Ritchie  Can.   &   Sup.   Co..   Granville, .a. 91«: ,  VACUUM   CLEkNINO  SYSTEMS.  Barr &  Anderson,   1080   Homer  Ht 8.618.  _ ,       WALL   ItOAICDS  i-vans,  Coleman &  Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2981  WATERPROOF COMPOUND  The  Barrott   Co.,   Ltd.,   lurh   ami   Arbutus,   Bay.   77.'  Ev«.ns,  Coleman A Evans,  ft.  Col S. 238J  W. N. O'Neil A Co.. t-.j.  Sey. St...S. 4796-_7!.<  WINDOW SCREENS  W. N. ONeil & Co., 518  Sey. 6t...S. 4TM-473I  WIRE ROl'E  Balfour.   Guthrie   &   Co S. 9197-GB7I  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col S. 2939  l-ltchlo. Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .8. 91-1  K. V. Winch A Co.. Wlnck Bld...S. 279-1D4<  Wilkinson  Co.. 846 Beach S.  791f  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  Sidney   Rubber   Hoofing   Co S.   .H>  Jis_«  _?._?  fc_fia  :«S-*-  -',t'-'.r  j.v.

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