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 ..-*   , -, '.,  <l*  * ^  **  •ftftu   .  0  1318  RECORD  PUBLISHING  CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering Britisih Columbia.  Vol.  14, No. 66,  Monday, 20, 1918.  GLASS  We carry a complete stock of  PLATE CHIPPED  FIGURED  SHEET  WIRED  PRISMATIC  CATHEDRAL  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.  Home Bank of Canada  Head  Office, Toronto.  M. J. HANSY, CMC., Prenidant.  A     general     banking     bu»ine»«  transacted. '  All   classes   of   mercantile   accounts solicited.  Vancouver Branch,  4-S   Hastings   St.  W.  J.   7. _XaoD02TAX.S,  Manager  —GALVANIZING—  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  ______ £_!---?_£ ft McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E. t-ii__i_is_«,_   _«_-_"*  VANCOUVER, B. C. "lafhlancl  1573  /  BUILDX-TO-  PERMITS   AltOU-fTX-fG.   TO S5O0  OS  OVJ3-. ISSUED  AH  1HS  VAKCOXTVEB  CITT SAZiZ.  TESTZSKDAY  Number  Description  Cost  • - —      ■       -   *         Street Addrena  tot and  Block  Subdlviaioa  Architect  ■ t  Contractor  Addreea  ■ _ _ mm ■■■»*,t»_*..*.*ft.t    -.t.l**.*...w..« _._._«. *4  i _*■>«**>* _._••__•_ i  Vancouver^Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime. etc.  Phone 2988  FT.bFCOLUMBIA AV Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  burn Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.r,  •>-  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'PHONE SETMOBI IMS  Standard Buk BiiMig  1MCMID. - fflMIPEI  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,   Etc.  Our,Stock i» the Most Complete on the Pacific Coaat  Yf*£ are also -Sole* -Agents   for*; tho  Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple -,   - , v.  "   and Birch >F.dort«g. - -i    a   ?   .-  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richard* St. '. - Vancouver; B._C.  BUILDING   AND   INDUSTRIAL  NEWS      ' * ■• "  PRANK DARLING & GO.  V-i   * »_: *.  .w J  TI V »  TH E HOLPENCO. Ltd.  ?- a ^. * * «. •  fij  .   . GENERAL RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS  .  > ''SUPPLIES     " -   -  ;^ Ghicaio^Phciimatlc Tool  Boyar  Rivetina ,;A Chipping: Hammers;   little<j£lant. Drills;   Duntley  :   :   EfectfCTools;, Reel.'Drills;,.Alr'.Com'pressprs;_;_;.;_ ; -'  ' \ Fuel^Oil and Gas EnQin'e*.:'.   -  I     1  *'     BUILDING PERMITS       |  9232—W.   Pe'arce,   alterations,   847  23rd Ave. E., $150; G. Hodges, contr.  '"'  9233—Mr. Dill, bid. garage, 3542 3rd  'Ave. W., $175; Fred S." Perry.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACT LET ' ^  ' -».-, " >OR GASOLINE STATION  'I Mundy, Rowland & Co.." Electrical  Contractors, Standard ,BanWrBuilding,  iave "been awarded „ a "contract from  the^Tayior Engineering rCd.'J"for * tlie  electrical work of the new-gasoline  and, oil .station being" .built" for ,• the  Imperial;' Oil;Co.* at"'-the'' "Southeast  will shortly., call for tenders for the  alteration, and finishing of the two  vacant, rooms on the second floor of  the Queen Mary school- at the' east  front of~.be building.•* The building  committee • at the regular monthly  meeting held last week was authorized' to commence whenever the "time  was opportune to, connect .these two  class rooms and finish and equip  them, as "the new commercial room.   -  Ikstrtii Taut.  3, www  54- Pinter St W.. VatMftr I. C,  "  Pbm Sty. 10es  ■     *" ..WESTMINSTER - NOTES  ^/Tlie Granby Smelting Company will  build -"another1. tower?* „ifg_fer vt_.an7ttie;  present -one in '.connection'with- their,"  conveyor" plant„T6n_the..GJNVR. J-wharf  J for loading coke on -barges. ■  "THOR?  Roller Bearing Drills--Close Quarter Piston Air Drills-RivettiBg Hammers  < Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers -TorbiM and Electric Drills  - High Speed Steel --_rills-8eamers."Etc.  Complete Stock of Accessories  1 144 HOMER ST.  lPlt«_«e: Sey. ;*1 PQ  1'H*    >'■  ' -   f.   .  1  _^»_»__-__Vfl  _r   •■^■^yspr^  .flfl  ► _. .^. .^ -        a.---      ^       Lr      ^      -Vjj  u*»V  "■H>MM  .4*  _  l  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  >   SUCCESSORS   TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phons Ssymour 7155  Vancouver. B. C  1150 Homsr Strest  corner of Columbia and  Cordova Sts. j  i    .Two - more • electrified mills "are be-  ifig "erected on the War IVVhoop "road,  one  being under construction  on the!    =?     -James    George   property   by. George  present time for the erection of sev-|Ke_liedy and CJiarles Booth, and the  eral buildings to be used for a" per-lother by <Angus Beaton, formerly of  manent summer camp and playground^ Coghlan, on the McParland place,  for poor children at Alexandra campr[wull the erection of these two latest  Crescent Beach. Architect A. E.(industries there will be no less than  Henderson, 615 Hastings St. W. ls!seven operating in this immediate  at work on the plans. Further de-|neig|1DOr2100(}_  tails will   be  available later.  .   _ V.^        ^ '      .     _ -      Jj.  Steer for fveryi Purpose  s -1^.   ^  il,- "-^ V'  BSAJCS, CK__N-TEI.8. AITOZ^S, PXUiTXS, TEES, .COLnCfl  CO_SPXJB_-SI^T EQUIPPED rABBXCATX-TO- SSOFS  C-N-CIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COY, Ltd.  <z  Fairmont 2396 and 2397  Taaco-Ttr, M. O.  ___:  Kondon, Mag.  K*atr«a  Wtaniper  Toronto  V-BOOUVCT,  B. C.  VICTORIA NOTES.  COUGHLAN'S YARD IS The department of public  works is  BEING  CLEANED  UP'canjng   for-  tenders'  for   the   taking  A large crew of men  are engaged down of the present Howe-truss span  clearing    away   the    debris    at    the' 0f the highway bridge over the Fra-  Coughlan   shipyards  and  by  the  end' se>    Ri%-er    from    the    Mainland    to  of the week the yard should be well J Twigges'   Island  and  the erection  of  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  8TEEL,     CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: ISOl STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  DOS Haatiaff- W., ▼ancouver, B. C.  C«ma_t T»wtlag I-aboratory, Boom 1601; FUyalcal Te.ttug- I.a-orat«ry. Boom Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  cleared up, when work of reconstruction will begin at once. J. J. Cough-  Ian rnd J. L. Lockhart, general manager of 'the 3raf-, are new on their  way home from Ottawa at which  time a statement of the loss sustained  will   be  given.  a similar span in lieu thereof, bids to  be in up to noon of the 25th inst.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  DEALERS   IN  Crushed Rock Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMB9A STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.  The following Companies were issued certificates of incorporation during  the past week:  Five  millions  is the capital of the  Canadian    Western    Fuel    Company,  CANNERY PLANT TO  BE  BUILT.    Limited, with head office at Nanaimo,  That a'cold storage plant "is "to be j the powers of which are very exten-  installed aj the North Shore Cannery isive,   including   development   of   coal  and    other    important    developments j mines, manufacture of coke and other  are   to   materialize   is   a    statement'by-products,    the   operation    of.  saw-  made   by   A.   H.   Sherman.' Managing; mills  and   the carrying on of a tim-  Director of the Great  Northern  Can-' ber  business  in   all  its   branches;   as |  neries.   The estimated cost of the im-'-well as  the development aud sale of!  prove'mejits will le about $70,000 and  electric power, etc.  part   of  the   new   machinery,  has   al-j    Other  new companies   are: f  ready    arrived.     This    concern    also!    Collen    Company   Limited,    private j  proposes to open a cooperage between • concern,   authorized   capital,   $20,000; j  j Eburne   and   Now   Westminster and | registered office of the company, Vic-1  ja plant for smoking fish will also be; toria. ;       j  opened in the east end of Vancouver.!    Lockport Canning Company Limited!    : private,    authorized    capital    $50,000;  SOUTH   VANCOUVER  NOTES.      | registered office of the company, Van-  Damage to the extent of about $15,-.! couver.  000 was caused Friday when  fire de-j    Haddington Quarry Company Limit-  stroyed two dry kilns and about  five led, private, authorized capital, ?20,000, ,  thousand  dollars' worth of  the bevel j registered office of the company. Van-{  siding   in   the   yards   of   the   Ontario | couver.  Lumber Company, whose mill is situ- j     Canoe River Lumber Company Lim-  ated at the foot of-Ontario street on j ited,  public   concern, authorized  capi-  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEELi—  Largest stock of Mild Steal Bars in Western Canada.' W« cat 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 notica.  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        San Francisco, Los VICTORIA  Angeles,  Portland BELM0NT building  T. lephone 5037  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  Seattle, Tacoma  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B.  C. ACHEN-S  ULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  the North Arm of the Fraser river.  NORTH   VANCOUVER   NOTES.  In view of the destructive fire at  Coughlan's shipyard last week, both  the shipbuilding yards on tho North  Shore have been put under special  supervision and armed guards together with extra fire protection apparatus have been placed- in both  yards.  The North Vancouver school board  tal,   $10,000;   registered   office   of  the  | company, Kamloops.  j    Fred   Foster,  Furrier,   Limited,   pri-  jvate,   authorized   capital,   $20,000,   re-j  Igistered -office  of  the  company,   Vic-{  toria. !  Terminal City Coal Company Limit-j  ed, private, authorized capital. $10,-j  000; registered office of the company,"  Vancouver. j  Harold   D.   Carey,   Limited,   private, ■  authorized capital, ?10 000;   registered j  (Continued on Page 2)  "SULLIVAN"  DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR   COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GRANVILLE ST.  DRILL STEEL  . HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR LIFT PUMPS  FHONB 9162  Forgingfs Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Bron Works  John Re id, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  'Phone 53  Office and Works, Tenth St..  New Westminster, 3. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  RJDCORD   PUBLISHING   CO.  Telephone Seymour 7S08.  Address:   58;.  Homer-Richards Lane  Rear of 431  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON.A.MANAGING EDITOR  Subscrlpt-on Bates  One month   *J-<J0  Six   months    ?5.00  Payable strictly in advance.  (Continued from pa?e  1)  office of the company, Vancouver.  Cawston Canning Company, Limited, private, authorized capital ?20,000,  registered office of the company, Kelowna.  SHIPBUILDING *"d MARINE  PLAN TO  ERECT  TWELVE APARTMENTS  Chas. B. Martin, architect for the  Standifer Shipbuilding. Corporation,  Vancouver, Washington, has received  instructions to, prepare plans for a  number of apartment buildings to be  occupied by tho company's employees. Present plans are to erect 12  buildings, each to contain lfi apartments of five rooms each. The buildings will be two stories high and will  have baths and other conveniences.  ************************ **  % __________*_•  iu___._____» :.  *  Mining News  *  NEW HUDSON CANAL OPENED.  The new state bargo canal, completed at a cost of more than $150,-  000,000, was opened to through traffic  between the Hudson River and the  Great Lakes on Wednesday last.  U. S. BOARD TO LET CONTRACTS  FOR FORTY CONCRETE VESSELS  WASHINGTON.—The United States  Shipping Board late Friday, authorized construction of forty additional  concrete ships of 7500 tons each.  They will be divided equally as cargo  carriers and tankers and will he  built in five government yards. The  total cost is estimated at $45,000,000.  Two of the yards, Wilmington, N.C.,  and San Francisco, have been named,  but the other three have not yet been  decided on.  |     PLUMBING  PERMITS     f  \(A'lti'i,***ii'*'i'*'i,*''i'*'l*****'i'***  1  15,702 to 15,706.  2028—Mr. Noble, 736 15th W.  •2029—Mr. Faulds,"t71176, Cordova St.  2030—Park Board, Second Narrows.  2031—Mr. Beasley, 2834  16th E  2032—J.  G.  Lambert,   577  18th  E. ,  _■-'..•" 1     "    '-  WrZ-. -  M■.'■;■.  I .IV,,.- „,-,  _SMT-£L *i », - *■  I •.. _->- -i    -  lis?,, -i t. *,  r-V''  ". TIMB_R*SALE X727  Sealed tenders will be received by  the .Minister of; Lands not later than  noon on the 15th. day of July, 1918/  for the purchase''of"License X727, to  "cut 7,048,000^feet of Fir, Cedar, Hem:  Three (3) years''will be allowed for  removal of timber. - *  ' Further particulars of the' Chief-  Forester, Victoria,, B. ,u., or District  Forester,1 Vancouver^ _J.l C.V "*' * £ **  lock and-Pine 'an? an .'area. situated  onS Main,. Lake, v Quadra Island, Say1  ■ward  District.,.'.^'   ; ,"   -  ,-  ,:,,  " - . .i. _        f        t-     -•        -"*•*- r_____________ _ !___  -   J?  u_  !i___.-£4^ _:■_____ 12 ___••_  ON   GUARD   AT   SHIPYARDS.  Packard  Rushes Pyrene  Protection  to Growing Merchant Fleet.  Fire must be kept out of the great  shipbuilding 'plants   now   rushing" our  merchant ships to completion. When  the   Pyrene   Manufacturing   Company  of New  York received   an   order  for,  1500 fire extinguishers to be delivered  to   the  American  International   Shipbuilding Company of Philadelphia, it  realized the importance of getting.the  shipment' to • destination 'with  utmost  speed. • ' .  The railroads between the two cities were too congested to accept the  extinguishers for shipment even by  express.   * Cross-country ^'delivery was  decided on, and within ninety minutes  after   the   order   was   received,   the  Pyrene   Company's   four-ton   Packard  was loaded and under way.  A   Prof of   Stamina.  The big carrier encountered snow-  filled roads all through the trip, but  it mastered the drifts and made delivery to the shipbuilding plant— the  largest in the world—thirty-three  hours after leaving the factory. Summed up by the Pyrene Company, the  performance of the Packard was "a  perfect run."  The Pyrene Manufacturing Company also operates a six-ton Packard  in inter-city service. The giant truck  hauls supplies from the brass foundries in Connecticut to the factory in  New York, and delivers fire-fighting  apparatus to many ports on the Atlantic seaboard.  Thus has another far-sighted company demonstrated the. ability of  suitable motor .truck equipment to  ov|rcome railroad' tie-ups.  Skilled in Both..  "That lady is very, expert."  "Huh?"' " '  >  "Keeps knitting and talking."  "Well?"   ,      •  "And  never drops  a stitch  or  thread of h'er conversation."   _.  the  This week Granby placed another  copper furnace in blast at Grand  Forks, making four in all of the battery of eight.  The annual" report of the Canada  Copper Corporation, just issued,  shows that the sum of $152,390 was  earned last year from the. properties  at Greenwood.  Electric Point is on the Consolidated shipping list this week with 9G  tons of lead ore. Idaho-Alamo, of  Sandon, "46 tons, and Molly Hughes,  New Denver, 19 tons, are also new  shippers for this year.  Silver is having its innings these  red days, revolving around the dollar  mark; lead is looking up; zinc is in  the dumps and copper is stabilized by  regulation, while other metals are  corning to the front.  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 Mines suggesting to forego the convention altogether. General support from all the  big mining centres on the continent  has been assured the Revelstoke convention.  Silver  is   practically  at   the   dollar  mark,   the  figure anticipated  months  ago,   and   in   spite   of    attempts, at  elaborate   adjustments.     The coif of  it .    .  production has increased so consider-  ably  that  the  added   values • do- not  represent   to the producer , anything  like the face value which so high' a  price would apparently promise. ^-Few  .would .venture to prophesy how; long  it, will stay at that..abnormal quota  tion. , .' -      .      '     i' \  LI rv_ E  Diamond Brand has no equal  99.5 per cent pure  OBTAINABLE FROM ALL WELl KNOWN DEALERS IN CITY AND COUNTRY  Pacific Lime Co., Limited  Works, Blubber Bay, B. C. Pacific Bids-Vancouver B. C.  USE  ELASTIGUM  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive  Cement .  ,  . .       . ' .  ,  (Ready for' use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus Streetv"     -       -       VANCOUVER, B. C.  -   Phone- B»y'.,l772 *  *</s  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  ^-^Pacific Lime'  <■_  ■    _    ,'x"  ��-*)"  " ^Fpllowjhig is a list/of the Shipbuilding  comparties of .British Columbia now actively 'engaged  in   ship  construction   or  recently "organized: /   -..■--,-,    ,  Coughlan'Shipbtuiiajng Co., Vancouver/-  Cameron "Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd:",  Victoria. *"   -' ' --41    r. '    '-.     '   "  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., Victoria.  Lyall   Shipbuilding-.Col,  North   Vancouver.  New   Westminster - Ens.   &   Const.   Co.,  Poplar Island.  Pacific  Construction Co.,  Ltd., Port Coquitlam.  Standard   Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace  Shiovards  Ltd., Vancouver.  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Van  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations ,  . ■•■ ^    ■_ . *■  * v.   \+ *  "* ' ..,_* '   _  * "  *ir<crE_:E;cTRi;c>  SERVICE   24   HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seymour   5000   and   have   our   rtprisentatrve   caA  R. V.„WINCH &  Vancou.  id Victoria  **$"  ?.-  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  ;.^;__Y   PATRONIZING  PROPOSED   NEW   WORK  MACHINERY FOR SALE  -5^4x8   American Hoist and  Boiler  6xJ2 Beatty Hoist  -  only  Beatty, Swing Gear  Capstan Shaft  Marine ..Boiler  Upright Bojler ,  2060-lb'^ Pile Hammer  Driver  and other miscellaneous Contractors' Equipment in first class condition.  MRS. W. G. dLLETT  Phone Bay. 2812-L  BASE BALL  PACTzano  -COAST      ZHTEBVATZOVAIi  x-BAairx:  SCHi:ST7Z>E   OP   1»ACI3. IC   COAST   Hf-  TBB-HATX02.A_  LEAGUE  TOM 1918  HOME    GAMES  Tacoma ve. Vancouver  May 8.   9,   10.  July   15,   16,   17,   18,   19.  Seattle  vs.  Vancouver  May 20,  21,  22. 23,  24, 24.  July 29, 30,  31. ■  Aug.  1.  2.  Portland ra. Vancouver  June  3,   4,   5,   6,  7.  Aug.   12,   13.   14,   lt>,   16.  Spokane vs. Vancouver  June 17,  18,  19, 20,  21, 22, 22.  Aug.  26,  27,   2S,  29,   30,  31,  31.  Aberdeen   va.   Vancouver  July  1,   2,   2,   3,  5.   6.     ,'  Sept.  9,   10,   11.  12,   13,   14.  Character   Armory    Harbor Works    Bank & office bldg...  Hotel. C. N. Ry   .Bat-mat*-   Coat   $350,000  ..Not given  _ *'- *  VANCOUVER  Zfocatlos  Ownu  Grand view    Government  Kltsilano  Reserve    ,  Government  Hastings & Granville Royal' Bank  False Creek Fill C. N.- Ry. Co.  architect Plana B»ady  Perry  & Fowler _._  '!„ _   Government   Preparing  No archt. commissioned yet  „   CARTAGE  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  v       ,       -.-,■'" I* •. - nv ■' ' -'■-  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rates  UNION   STATION*  'Phone Seymour 40S  MAIN STREET  .*''  XB-PBOVElEE-rTS LISTED XMXEBZATB&T BZLOW ABB PBOPOSED  BUT HAVE  BEEB  POSTPONED:  Post  Office   Post Office   Concrete  Garage  ..$250,000  .....$35,000  Gore and Reefer   South Vancouver..  Fifth * Fir Sta.__.  ..Dom. Govt    Dom. Govt  ._Ford Motor Co.  Dom.   Govt Delayed  Dom.   Govt Delayed  Owners  _„. Delayed  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilna, Furnacei, and Boilers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO OBSTACLE  Telephone Mlshland 728 2021 WaH St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ***>l***>h******+*******+*+*   ♦>.»>:.».f.».l.»,I.».^».:.»l;.li,l[l»lt,#>» ;.,,,.;■  GOiNTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  iOLUMBIA ---THEATRI  ROAD    SHOWS  MOVING   PICTURES  Prices 10c  Boxes 25  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  -ooatloa        Owsir  Architect „ Plana Beady  f • — •"«•-—-•——...—......  PILING:*" POLES  : i ■  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length -- any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  %  %  _>  %  I  1021-1024 Rogers Building  Incorporated 1909  t  <•>  Seymour 3998-3999   $  PAiNTAGES  T^ree Shows Daily  2_30-7.OO-9.O0  PRICE.S 2'Oc -30c  Public Works Contractors  CO., LIMITED  ■^^^*^**4^****^*ti>*^^,^i.   ^.-^M.***^.!^^*^*^!,^^*^^  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver,, B. C.  DID YOU   KNOW?  WE   SELL  ROOFING  . SHEATHING  WALLBOARD  LET US QUOTE  Smith   Davidson ^  Wris^hr _ i-ri  VANCOUVER   and   VICToj^A  The larsresfc parser house in the west Vi-V i- r,jn>, W5J.,(f jf.JSf I!!}. fi|ty ^^.^..-^..^^y,,,.^ „, .;„^ „...,■•■./■.',.: '  -r^4-.ai:«  \  . *'.  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  I ^lu_o Row  no{eUt[7ra7tcis  OlnidnSqimre-Saft^ancism  vn ike center of ike  Qty!r£iieandG(or  'Jpafarrom*2?°per  "Day. •ioooTSooms.  Convenientioilte  7neaie??,Ch&?S(iops  - ~. .__ __•*_■•___ __f __■___• .'•.*<[  A    HAUL   FOR    HERCULES.  Pennsylvania   Packards   Prove   Their  Power In a  Remarkable Test.  Moving   a   thirty-five-ton   load   by  motor truck is a considerable job on  a   level   street,   but  when   the   route  stretches over the hilly roads in the  neighborhood of Pittsburgh, the  task'  becomes a real hauling feat.    Consequently,   when R.  H.   Cunningham   &  Sons,   contractors   of   Turtle   Creek,  Pa.,   undertook   the   task   of   moving  a hugessteam shovel drag  link from  Turtle Creek to a coal mine located  in    the    mountainous    country    four  miles    distant,    they    realized    their  Packard   equipment was to   have  an  unusual opportunity of demonstrating  its -reserve power.  From the Union Railroad at the  Greensburg pike the massive piece,  of machinery was unloaded, by means  of a wrecking derrick, onto a staunch  trailer. Then, hauled :by a fleet of  Packards, the seventy-thousand-pound  loa:d was started overland.  A-Test of Power and Brakes.  Several sharp grades were encountered. At times it required the ,motive power of eight mighty trucks''in  tandem . to pull _- the „ ponderous machine;   on some of the down  grades  This latest demonstration of their remarkable stamina has made even  keener Packard enthusiasts of the  owners.  it was necessary fpr two Packards  to hold back the' load to, prevent it  from crashing into the trucks ahead.  Packard brakes* were given a chance  to show their trustworthiness in circumstances where failure would have  spelled disaster, and the spectacular  procession\reached, its goal without  accident or delay.  The Cunningham "Company, knowing the dependability and operating  economy J of Packard', trucks,.- have  used them exclusively for some time.  FROM   THE  MINE TO  PLANT VIA TRUCK  * Early last spring, the Allegheny  Plate Glass Company, in common with  many other manufacturers'. was  threatened with the prospect of having to shut down its plant at Glass-  mere, Pa., because of inability to get  coal. The railroads could not supply  them.  Largely as an experiment the company started to haul coal direct from  mine to plant with a five-toi? Packard  truck. The method proved very practical, for the truck was able to haul  as much as 180 tons in a crajr, sufficient' for the needs of the plant.  After several months of continuous  operation it has been found that the  truck not only is more efficient than  the railroad, but more economical.  What   the   Ledger   Shows.  During' the  month   of October,  the  total   cost   of   operating   the   truck,  "including a depreciation charge at the  rate of 20 per cent, a year, amounted  to   $3.3.50.     In   this"  period   the   big  Packard   hauled ,2686   tons   pt   coal,  averaging. 110  tons daily.'  The  cost  of hauling by truck was_$.128 per ton.  The freight rate from mine to plant j  is $.268 per ton, making a total saving _or the month.of $376.0_ through  operating the truck.        , ■ >  "This is not the maximum that  the truck is capable- of carrying," says  the Allegheny Company. -'"We are  governed by conditions at the mine  .which allow us to operate the truck  cnly. eight, hours a day . instead .of  ten hours."  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 9045  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  Second-hand ca_S  f r  Can  can1 be used in a  _ J r ,     -  hundred ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our Now Business Manager  about, adapting gas to your . needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  ill and HatUng StaL- _.,        .--."--     ,,,. .'^honeSeyinpur 5000  -_^T  *  ■1.  LEEK & CO., LTD. ^  Consulting and Contracting  Heating and Ventilating Engineers  Seyo-our   •«_ 1098 Homer St. r-  VANCOUVER B. C.  ',,-   ':.  '*' N Si  • -,'---4'  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 adependab!3 shaft-driven iH- or 2-tori 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 sFk   .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  demonstration.  for a  1115 HOMER STREET, VANCOUVER,  BLACK BROS. Limited  PHONE SEY.  668 Distributors for British Columbia  1!  - ■  \  ..A  \  Internal Gear Axle Drive  The simplest, most efficient and economical form of drive. Chain drive has been  superseded until now 90 % of all standard  trucks operate by shaft drive. «•  The TRUXTUN has the additional advantage o-a solid forged nickel steel axle,  which gives it much greater strength and  durability than the built-up, cast and  bolted housings used on many moderate-  priced trucks.  NOT a Chain Drive  For  112-  121-  136-  For  12G-  KtS-  For  i<;_-  1 SO-  For  10--  180-  Ford Cars—Model  A,   1  inch   wheelbase      Inch   wheelbase   .'.   nch   wheelbase      Ford   Cars—Model   B,  Inch   wheelbase      Inch   wheelbase   Other Cars—Model C, 1  inch   frame   length   Inch   frame   length   Other   Cars—Model   D,  inch   frames   length ...  inch   frame   lentfth  Trices r.OJ3. Factory  % -ton  ...$410  ... 425  ... 440  2-ton  ...$525  ... 540  'A-ton  ...5425  ...  450  COPE & SON  150 Hasting St., VV. 'Phone Sey.8602  ESTABLISHED 1898  Twenty years   in  business  In Vancouver  ^^ae^v^mimfSTim^fBnR^if^rm a___?_r-^«__^BH^_a^W_.^;  Electrical Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your troubles. We repair everything Electrical. Nothing to.  large, nothing too small. If you have any lighting  trouble send for our expert who will advise you without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and OCntc  Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.  COPE & SON  1 50 Hastings St.,W. ,.i «.  .*  BRITISH CQXiOM3JA' RECORD  "BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  A. G. BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  PRINTERS,   ENGRAVERS    and   MANUFACTURERS  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  -*.  SEALS     STENCILS.   RUBBER   AND   METAL   STAMPS,   METAL   CHECKS    TIME   CM. . K«  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS.   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS     rxr  ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  Advertising is a steady drive for  business. How to do it most intelligently is an important subject of  consideration in every successful business.  _L<__^  NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.  CORPORATION   OF  RICHMOND.  STEVESTON DYKE.  Tenders for the construction work  at Steveston dyke will be received by  the undersigned until 5 p.m. of Thursday, the 23rd inst.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  S.  SHEPHERD,  C.M.O.  Richmond Municipal office, Eburne,  B.C., May 17,  1918.  »■ v.-  $_  _ V.  ', J." -  -   "  -V'- '  &v.vt   r  .7,j-  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  v        LIMITED  P. A. Jonea, Mfrr.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  General Towing  324 Friat St. , New Westminster  Telephone 1015 r  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  .RASER  AVENUE  BRIDGE.  Tenders will be received up to noon  Ion May 25 at the office of the Public  | Works-Engineer,. Victoria, B.  C,  for  the erection of a new 1.0-Howe 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 ofrfce  of the District Engineer, Courthouse,  Vancouver, B.C.  The lowest-or any tender not necessarily accepted.  ing rights only, but the lessee may be  at the rate of 510 per acre.  For full information application  __ould be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  Business Directory and  Buyers' Guide  WhenB.ya^s_-Sr^-,^.,i--r-upp,,M  ..••■••*o..#.*..«M«..»..«MOM'fe.»..9~«..#..«««*4..«..t  AT YOUR SERVICE. .  J    If you, want to roach the mas who!  ibuys  Building- Materials, Machinery, $  1  i Hardware,   Electrical   and   Flam-lug-i  • supplies,    Motor    Trucks,    Iron    and *  . i Steel, etc., It will pay yon to he repre- f  sented     In    the    British    Columbia*  Record. ■*' •  The   British   Columbia   Record   Is?  the   only   building-   and   construction J  1 newspaper in British  Colombia  con-i  * suited every other day by Contrac- J  tors, Engineers, Architects, Byllding-;  Material Sealers, Shipbuilders, XiUm-i  ber Mills, and Mining Companies.       I  ARCHITECTURAL    TERRA    COTTA.  Evans, Coleman A Evans, Ft. Col. St., S. 2988  O'Nell. Wm. N. Co.  _d.,  648 Seymour.S. 4795  Ritchie   Con.    A   Sup.    Co..   Ltd     Gran.    C\  Bridge      S. 9163  "Manager Grooves dirt not accept  my play, but ho praised it very highly. He spoke particularly about its  wealth of atmosphere. I wonder, by  'the way, what he meant."'  "Perhaps it was his way of saying  that the play was mostly wind."  ASF. .ALT   FELT.  Bvans. Coleman & Bvans,  ft. Col...  Tli* Barrett Co.,  Ltd.,   10th  and Arbutus,  AUTOMOBILES  BiM Motor Co.. Ltd..  100J deo.Kia St.  W..  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  Deig Motor Co.,  Ltd..   IOC! Qwjriila St.   W..  . .8. 2988  Bay.   773.  -S. 901.  J  MARBLE  AMI)  ONYX  _!.*_"' ,- °lem»«i * Evans,  ft. Col S. 2988  W. A.  ONeil A Co., 548 Sey. St. a.  4796-4798  MOTORS  B.  C. Electric Co.,  Ltd   .8. 5SM  .8. 9043  AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE  Ceperley, Rounsfell A Co., Ltd . Winch lsidg S.  7820  MOTOR   TRUCKS.  Begg Moror Co.,  _062 Georgia W. S. 9015  Iliac-: Bros., Ltd.,  115 Homer S.    668  Little   Giant  Motor  Truck   Co S. 4030  PACKING.   BELTING   AND   MECHANICAL   GOODS  Duulop Tire & liu-ber Goods Co., Ltd.,  -V- S.  13—S.2035  Si*  Caui.le SL     MACHINERY FOR SALE  1—5^x8   American Hoist and  Boiler  _—   6x12 Beatty Hoist  >#*> '■■<  _^ '^ .'',  ■  5$.! .   '" r  £.• V^v.k ,v <:  <$££('.;,>, ,"■ '- ■>-  *;.£. ;1). . „_  sfe'.'*''._>.  __• __tV_'1^^      ^   "-  SJv.^'-ui __   '.  ____*,___*..' _  m-v"-T<"  •0,  i,: -':. - V^J'General'iAflentii-4; C:._. .  : .or>kBrtti-Sr^Columbi_;df ;XKe\ Globe  ilndenikity" Company i of: C __*<-*' and r  ^he ."Liverpool & .London "M*Globe'  "Insurance, Co., Ltd. .'We-selh.cbm-  , plete,- protection^ including" loss * •  .'.-     '<'   ,.-'..-through.?" \jv   ■ 'I ,  Tire,   Theft,   Collision,   Property  Damage and Personal Liability.  Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co.  . LIMITED  Winch   Bids.   '     739  Hastings. St.  W.  I-stab.  1886        Vancouver,-B.C..  DIXON & MURRAY  ,     PROPOSALS WANTED  CORPORATION   OF  THE   DISTRICT  v OF  NORTH  VANCOUVER. ...„_  Sealed   Tenders "on  the  prescribed  forms" and   accompanied   by  cas(L_ or  certified cheque for 5 per cent, of the  amount of tender (which sum shall.be  retained 'as a" guarantee dntil'the satisfactory " completion' of   the   works)  will be'received until rioori n May* 23,  1918, by Mr. John G., Parmer,, municipal "clerk, for the supply and laying of  the following approximate lengths of  water mains: .   ,    r  " 2,200. ft.- S-in: lap welded steel pipe  , 13,960 ft. 8:in.,„woodvstave 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-'Office^ Municipal Haill,  Lynn Valley!; The,lowest or any ten-  .der not necessarily^accepted.;.,;,'.,  ." "Sx /''-'I'-ls'^RANK M.' SHARPr  i      Acting District Engineer.  only  forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or if he fail to  complete the work contracted for. The  cheques of unsuccessful tenderers  will he returned to them upon the  execution of the contract.  -   Tenders will not be'considered un-J  less made out on the forms supplied, f  signed  with   the actual   signature   of j *%**. ***********>b*********  the tenderer. ."--'     .- <"  Thes lowest or any tender not' necessarily accepted.'      l" - 4'  A.E. FOREMAN,  t          rPublic Works Engineer.  Public Works Department.  Victoria, B. C-, April 20, 1918.  Beatty S\ving Gear  Capstan Shaft.  Marine Boiler  Upright Boiler-     "    -  2060-lb, Pile Hammer  Driver -    .  '  arid other n-iscellaneous Contractors' Equipment in fir3t class condition.       , " " -     .   '.    ■'  MRS. W. a GrILLETT  Phone Bay. 2812-L i  Home  Bank' of  BANKS  Canada , S. S270  f       v    ARCHITECTS *  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOWCASES/OFFICE  jad STORE FITTINGS  PROPOSALS^ WANTED  ~ MTSCEJiiiAI-EO _ S   PKOPOSAI.S  I Architects Gardiner & -Iercer, 827  JBirks Building, are calling for ten-  * ders for the alteration and addition to  J a residence in New Westminster for  the Sun Life Co. of Canada.  Architect J. A. (Benzie, Standard  Bank Building, is working on the  plans of the Rotary Clinic and it is  expected that everything will be in  readiness to call for tenders in about"  three weeks.  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANG-  INS and KALSOMINING  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  TIMBER  SALE  X236.  Sealed tenders will be received by  the Minister of Lands not later than  noon  on the 24th day of June,  1918,  for the purchase of License X236, to  cut  2,481,000   feet  of Fir,  Cedar  and  Hemlock on an area adjoining S.T.L.  ! 41359.   Lasqueti   Island,   New   West-  ; minster District.  Two  (2)  years will be allowed for  removal  of timber.  Further   particulars   of   the   Chief  Forester, Victoria,   B.   C,  or District  PROPOSALS WANTED  Sealed   tenders    addressed   to   the  undersigned j-and marked on the face  of the  envelope,  ".Tender- for Sliarn-  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 .of 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.  The license fee is $50.00 and ground  rent of five cents^ per acre is payable  annually together with a renewal fee  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.  Benzie. Jas. A., 510. Hast. W..._.Sey.  Bryan & Gillam," 509 lUchards "Sey.  Co., A.  Arthur,  F.R.I.B.A.,  1142    . .  Pender XV.t '.. , .".....Sey.  Dalton & Bv'eleig-h,  615  Hast.   W _'. S"ey.  3-0*  5508  3972  BRICK—-U.L KINDS.  Evan» 'Coreman A Evana, Ft. j Col., S. 2988  Gilley Broi., I_t- , New West., Phone- 16. 16  W, N. O'Neil A Co.. 648 Smf. St., 6. .795-.79S  RitohU* Contr.   A   Sup.   Co.;   Ltd.,   Gran.   St.  Bridge    ,..*. s.   9162  R.V.Wlnch A Co., Ltd.. Winoh B. 8. 279-1944  BUILDING FKLTS AND PAPER-t.  Evans, Coloman A Evans, Ft. Col... .8. 2988  W, N. O'Nell A Co., 5-«8 Sey. St., S. 47»6--798  The Birratt  Co ,  Ltd ,  J 0th  and  Arbutus,   Hay.   7X1.  L BONPS—8URE1Y.  R.V.Wlnch A Co.. Ltd., WlncU B„ S. 278-1944  CK-TBNT.  Balfour, Guthrie A Co.. ..'.. ..'..-C._19-.-_57.  Evana. Coleman A Evans,, Ft. .Col.. .S, 2988  Gilley-Broa., LU„ New West., 'Phooe. 15, 16  'W. N. O'Nell & Co., 548 «ey. St.. S.>4795-4798  Ritchie   Contr.   _k   Sup-.^'Lld.,   Granville" St.  Brldgre     ..' ■.-.    S. 9162  R.V.Wlnch A Co.. _ta._ Winch B.., 8. 179-1944  CEMENT  --STING  AND ._S6A_I_TG.  Hunt,   Robt.   W.   A   Co.,   Standard   Bank  '    Bid*.     .-..' S. 2199  PAINTS—FIIUC-I-BOOF.  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 648 Sey. 8t. .".8. 4795-4718  rAiNTS—damp proof.  Bvans,  ft. Col.. .. .S. 2988  &__. b*y.  HI...H. 4795-4798  Evans,. Coleman A  XV. a. O'Nerl'-t Co.,  PAPER  Smith,  Davidson A Wright,  Ltd.,  . and  Davie   8t_.-    Homer  _....S. 9S65  PA K riT^ON—FIKE PKOOF  i-tvans, Coleman  A Evans   1 _. Colum. .S. 2988  Ititchi*. Con. & Sup   Co.. Granv, JBdg. .S. ili.  PATTERNS  W«^_mlr_Ur Iron  Work.,  N.w Wa_tmlr>_sr    1 _ouo S3  PIO  IBON AND TIN  Balfour,   Guthrie  __   _:o g.  »197-eS7»  Evans,  Coleman  & Evana,  ft. Col ,S. 2988  Wll-.ns.un   Co .  Ltd..   8.«  Uc»oh  Ava M. 791>-a  R. V.'Wincb A Co.,  ffmci B10...S.   279-1944%  PILING AND POLKS  Padsral   Lumbar" Co..   Jtogera   Hide   -S.  -99. *  .'"  CONTRALTORS-^-GENERAI..  Armstrong,   Morrison"   A    Co.,    Lf<L,  Bower  S. 1836  66£  Forester, Vancouver, B. C.  DEPARTMENT OF WORKS.  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1C33 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phon* Sey. 136  Re*. Bay. 77  l  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14tli AVE. E.  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-  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 e.ual to 20  per  cent,  of tender,  which shall  be  SYNOPSIS   Or   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 leas  cd for a term of twenty-one years ai  -n annual rental of $1 per acre. No  .nore than 2,560 acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Applications ror a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent ■i or Sub-Agent of' the district in -hich the "rights applied for  are situated. >  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed-territory, the tract applied for shall  be staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not. otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of  five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  permitted to purchase^wbatever 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 royalty 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 rain-  Gardiner,   J .   G.   &   Mercer,   718   Gran.;  Seymour 3672.  Gardiner,   Wm.  Frederick,  718      *■  Gran _.„ Sey.  J672  Honeyman & Curtis; ,331  Pender XV. _ Sey.'1621  Macey, Frank, 470 Gran..., Sey.  1804  J_atheson,  Robt. M., 509_Kich...Sey.( 5088  'Palmer, Bernard C.",  616  Credit'.   . ,  * Foncier Bldg.  .--.„„..._.„....". Sey. "3680  Pratt' & Ross,  736 Gran.. ]Sey. _557  Sharpe &, Thomson,' 620 ",        " ", .  _   '%.  > Pender -,W.   .--..:._..._.-.1 _.. .:..Sey. 10«_  Somerv'ell  _£"'PutnanC'6/2« ' "_\J v   ,. *•     r  *-Tender .W. ";}...._„. i.-.„'.7....r..Sey>"6280  Townley, FredL.?, ,3251Homer....Sey. £013  Twizell',' -t. 'P. 8.,'-37 Hast.W..Sey. ~7f25  I    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    |  &'t**&*****^****<fr*^&*?j!***<&?(  , CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor  R. H. Gale  City Council  Ward 1 Thos. II. Kirk  Ward 2  :.'. -W. R., Hamilton  Ward Zt '. :.'.W. C. Marshall  \Vard,-4  „,Tos. Hoskins  Ward 5  _ .„ W. R. Owen  Ward 6  ._T. .-. S. C. Elliot  Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8  ..._„F. P. Rogers  Financial & Clerical  Departments  Clerk  Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. J. Johnstone  Accountant  A.. J. Pllkington  Engineering Department  Engineer  F. L. Fellowes  *    -   Building Department  Building Inspector R. A. McKenele  - Water Department  Secretary  S. J. Montgomery  Health   &   Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Underhill  Library  Librarian  R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers,   Chairman  _. C. J. Leek G. W. Hutchings  M. S. Logan       George Eldon  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician C. H. Fletcher  Street & Sewers Department  Superintendent .'. ...John Morton  Police Department  Police Magistrate ...H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk E. Robinson  Solicitor .....: E. F. Jones  Prosecutor R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief :...J, H. Carlisle  TILE—TEBICAZZO.  .. .S. 2988  S. 4795-47».  CONTR.VCTOB-  Svans,  Coleman _. Evans,  ft. Col  'W. S. O-Nell _. Co.,  64S Soy. tSt., !  ', CBANES   _»NO   HOISTS   (ELKCTKIC  Th« Holden Co.. Ltd.. 542 Pender St "W.  ..' ^.    -    ....    '   *.,. y«y- .065-  .. >-   DRILLS—rOBTABLfi  J.LECTKIC  ,  Darling, Frank ft Co.', 1142 Homer     '  Street    1 Sey. 4100-4101  rsih* Holden Co., Ltd., 642'Eender St.  VV.  _>- .&.  ->;\      '   ' ,        - - .4 Key. i065.  - ri-JB DRIVING.   ;  Evans, Coleman Ik Evans, ft.'Col.. .*. .S. ii%4  tr_..«r   iilv.r  Vll*   Drtvui*   Co,.   Now   w«bt. "  1 'I-'E—.I-WER ".  Bvans, Cotemin & Evans K:. Colum. .S. 2988  Gilley Broa.; Ltd., Now West.. .Phones 15. 18  Kitcbls Con. A Sup. CJo.. GranvJIlo. .S. 91CJ  R. V.  Winc-t _ Co., Wlri-k Bld...ti.   _79-l»_.  , PLASX_.lt  Balfour,   Guthri«  A  Co :...S. 91S7-e57t  ..-us' ,^0(»nian' & JBvai_   Ft. Coium.._. iOHS  Cllley  Broa..   Ltd... Now   XV. N. O'N-U  Kitchle, Con. *„dup. Co., Granv. Bdg-.'.S. 9161  uiiiey  Bros.,   Ltd.,. Now'West.. ..hones li  u  _,V-.-t_', °'***U H- CO., 5l« Bcy.ftjt...-;. 47^i-.79J  -'_    -^    KIJfiCTRIpAL 8I7_>1>I-IKS  _3. -C^TBl'sctria .Cs..  Ltd . . -..  „B. 5000  Cope'A Sou,   150  -U.Uni- W.~._ .....i-SJ-y.  .602  Darling/"Frank Ml Co.,, 1142 Hon-«Jr^-;-",- -'  -'' Street" .......i.....j....-..:-.....Sey..4100-4101  .* .,-..',-' v ,^;-c- ' - - '"• 'i'/^'.t. - ' •>'  KLKYATOKCAR-l AND,-5NCLOSUI-__«. \  W.' N^b-Nsil *,Co.,  .48  Ssy.-f St, _, .7.^-4798  KlUkls-Contr.. _k   Sup.   Co.   Ltd:. 'Gran.   St.  Brld««, ,...'... :; Vv.\...-.: ;.._..    S. 9162  .. ,-"< ,     '   "'-    BLK VATOJtfl"   . . .    .  ".  Darllnc, Frank &. Co., 1142-Homer  ' Street      f..._ Sey.  4100-4101  FIRE CLAY"       *-Z ' ■   'I   '-  alfour,   Outhrl.;__ -Co S..9l97-«575  Kvans, Coleman A Evans Ft. Coi,. .S." *29!iS  Gilley Bros., >few ^Westminster, Phones IS,16  W.,N. O'Nl-1 & Co., 5.K gey. St., S.4795-4798  R.itchI«Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. Big..S. 91fi-  R.  V. Winoh & Co.,   .Vinoh Brdtf., S.  Z79-1944  FIRE   EXTINGUISHER   SySTEMS.  Barr A Anderson," 10-60  Ilcraer St..i..-.  S180  FLOORING       .   /  J.  Fyf_ Smith A  Do.,  1320  Richards. .«. 1196  r FORQIN6S  W«stminjt«r Iron Work*.  Sevr Wsstralnstot    Phon* 53  .   ri_.VSTER BOARD »,  Bvans, Coleman * Evans",  ft. Col S. 2988  _/.'.   ..< 0'£'ei* * Co., 04. bey. St.. .S. 4794-.79/1  Kltohls   Con.   A  Sup.   Co..   Granrrlle. .S. 918J  v      PL46TKK PARTITION  BLOCKS  f"  Bvans.-Coleman tt' Ev_us/-_t. Col.,'.". .S. 2988 -  \-f   VrVAhnHR—OHSAXlKTStAI.''   "^  Evaas, Colsman.-fc'?Ev_.na,  it.Col S. 2988  -_.-i"i °'-"U *,9°.- Si*> Wy. St.. .S. 479S-47M8   *  l.»lohi«  <_on„'&   s>uj». Xo..-<-ranviIle..S. S1SJ  -   "   . \ '    ^TpVMBiXk,"-*>-, ,     • •  Bailey, E. A., lO-SJeratwil-i St.,;._.„S. 136 •    '  Barr. *, -jru��>wn,* _»w;Roarer   at., .d. Bls« ' '  j *.     < -  . t„   -»%-....;.  -,»' ...       ^ >   .  -ri.  \.    {■ T-NKl-UATIC T<»6_B  Darllng; Frank A 'Co.; ,1142 -J-fomer  t-I^I-1' -a-'—•_"■_• s«y- -<100-4_01  Thft-Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pander St. W.  ' . " --   ~- -     Sey.  106».  I«ft?.  .  ,    PBINTER3  lUeley, A. O.  A Sons,  Ltd . 131 Uniting. W.  ,.S.    314  GALVANIZING  AJIan   -lcKelvje ijng. Co., Ltd High -1573  GAS   APPLIANCES  Vancouver Gas Appliance Co...- S.   -801  ,'"       - . -\   •  .  GLAI48—AM. KINDS. -'    ; i  W. N. 0'N«ll A Co".,644.i»-y. St..|8." 47JS-479I  HARDWARE  Brswa. rraiu- A Co.,  Ltd..   lift Homer St 8   715S  _!_•«, J. A., Ill Hautihss W Sey. 2327-8  ROOFING COMPOSITION        "•  ._.va?f' Coivnl&n AKva.i.a Ft. „olurn.,.S 29SS  Tho _t-rrett  Co.,   Lui.,   10th  anil   Ar.utu*,  Hay    77i  d^', Si\ °'.5e" & Co., S48 Sey. St...5. 4795-4798  Ritchie Con. A Sup. C . Granvlils. .S. 91SS  i.mltlt.  DariUsori  A Wrisht.   Ltd,, iiomur  una  Ijane   Su.   ...       s   9JM  ROOFING—SHEET MKTAL  tSeo  Corn.us  una   Hoofing)  , i  ROOKING   MATEBIAL  Th»  Barrstt   Co ,   Ltd .   10lh  arul   Arhutu_,   B»y.   77J.  S. 29».  e. »i_t  Evans, Cols-nmii A Evans    Ft. Colum.  Kitohis Con. A Sup.  Co., Granville B..  - "'   -ROOFING-r-WHOLESALE  ,Sidney Kubber  Roofinjf  Co S.  4149  HARDWOOD FLOORS  W. N. O'Nvll A Co.  -48 3*y. St. ..S. 4795-4798  J   Fyfe Smith * Co . 1820  Richards. .B. 1 ISA  HARDWOOD LUMBER  Smith, J. Fyfe A Co..  1320 Richards..«, 1196  HEATING—HOT   AIR,   -TEAM  AND   VENTILATING  Bailey, IS. A.. 1033 Granville St., S.   136  tiarr   AJ Anderson,   10i<0   Homer   Ht...S. 61fc0  HEATING   AND   VENTILATING   ENGINEERS  Loek A Co,  Ltd.,  1008 liomor  St  S.    661  ' HOI-TING  ENGINES  Ritchie Con   A Sup. Co., Graovi. Bdg\.S. 91C1  INTERIOR FINISH  Evans, Coleman A Evana,  ft. Col .S. 2988  VV.  N. O'Meil A Co.. 548 Sey. St.. .S. 4795-4798  Kitchle. Con. A Sup. Co., uranv. Bdg. .a. >x<li  Balfour,  HOI>E-_-ANILA  Guthrls   A    Co * 9197-6671  RUBBER  STAMPS  B««l«y, A.  Q.  A Son, Ltd.,  151 U_.-ln« W.. .S.  31*  NORTH SHORE CIVIC  OFFICIALS.  DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER.  Chairmen of Committees:  Board of'Works Councillor R. P.  Pttrdie  Waterworks  " D.   McLurg  Fire and Light....... " A.   W.   Whitakcr  Finance    " Jack   Loutct  Park and  Plans...... " R.   Brown  Police and Health  " J. McCarthy  Reeve  E. H.  Bridgman, Esq.  CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER  Mayor  Geo.  W. Vance,  Esq.  CITY COUNCIL  Chairmen of Committees:       '  Waterworks     Bruce  Parks & Boulevards....  Kerry   Board of Works.  Watson  . Ii. A. Monlcn  ,..\V. J. Barclay  '. T.  Irwin  IKON   AND  STEEL—STRLCTLUAL  Can. Northwest Steel Co., Ltd.  Prince'.lid ward St. __.ir. 239C-7  Evans, 'Coleman A JSVans, Kt. Col.. .S. _JSS  CouKhlan, J. _ Sons. World Bldg;.'.. .S. 78"';  Macdonald, Mat-pole Co., Ltd. ...'.»".'. .3. 210  Kitchle, Con. A Sun. Co., Granv.,Bdg. '.S. 91C:  VV. N. O'Xeil A Co., 548 Sey. ,St. ..8. 4795-4'798  WeBtrntnster Iron Works. Now Weatrniiwter , Phone 53  Wilkinson  Co., 846v Beaclr.. ..«.&.  7915  IRON  AJfD  STEEL—ORNAMENTAL.  Evans, Colema'n & Evans, ft. Col.. ...S. 2988  W. N. O'Nell 4 Co., 548 _ay. St.. .S. 4795-4798  Kitchle Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdg..S. 916.  Westminster Iron  Works.'.New.-Westminster'* Phone 53  LATH—METAL  Bvans, Coleman A Evans, Ft. Columb..S. 29.S  W. N. O'Neil & Co., 648 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798  Ritchie C.  and  S.   Co.,   Gr>ui.   St S.   9163  LIME.  Balfour,' Gut.Vie  A  Co S. 91H7-6576  livarm, Coleman & Evans. Ft. Columb..S. 39r>8  GIMey Bros., New Westminster. .Phones 15. 16  XV. N. O'Neil A Co., 64S Soy.  St. ..6. 4795-4798  racl-o Lime Co., Ltd.,  I'achle iildft....- H. 0506  Ritchie Con. A Sup. Co., Granville. .S. 91G2  It. V. Winch Co, Ld., Winch Bdg..S. 279-1944  6AFKS—VAULT DOOK8  W. N. O'Neil A Co., 548 6ey. SI...B, 4795-479I  SAND   GRAVEL AND CItLSIIED ROCK  Evans,  Coleman A J!vans,   ft.  Cel S. 2.8«  Gilley  Bios,   Ltd.,   _.-»v   Wect.. .Phone* 15, It  Ritchie, Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv. Bag. .*). 916t  SASH  DOORS,   WINDOM'S,  ETC.  XV. N. O'Nell &.CO., 54S Say. St...S. 4795-4791  SHINGLE  MANLFACTIREKS AND DEAL.  KHS.  (See  Lumber  and  Shingles.)  SL.\TK  Kvans,  Coleman  A Evnns,   ft.  Col S. 2988  -'• ?>• r9.',Ne.   **  Co- 0l>> *>**•  S>t...S. 4795-4196  h.   _,WIncn & Co-  Winch  Bld...S.    279-1944  Kitchle, Con. & aup   Co., Granv. Bdg. .S. 9161  STEEL—-REINFORCING.'..     *  Balfour,-'   Guthrie   .4    Co S. 9197-667.  li.vans, Coleman & Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2981  STORE   ..    OFFICE    FIXTURES   A   -TORE  FRONTS  Evans,  Coleman  A  Evans,  ft. Col S. 298«  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Suy.  St...S. 4795-4798  TAR   AND  J'ITCH  Tho  JSarr-tt  Co,.   Ltd..   luth  and   A.liutus,   Hay.   772.  Ev^ana,  Coleman & EJvans, jrt. Col.... .S. 298*  -"   TILE—DRAINING  . ,v'?n»\Co!em'-h  & Evana   Ft. Colum..S. 298»  „ l   -". BfL0S-  Sew Wostmlnstor Phones 16, 1*  Rltchl»   Con..& Hup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .8. 9161  TILE—FLOOR AND  WALL  _,v",r,.B,.Coleman & Evans,  ft. Col  W. ... O Neil A Co., 548 Sey. St...,  ,. .S. 2981  S. 4795-4798  DISTRICT WEST VANCOUVER  Federal  LUMBER  Lumber   Co.,   Boners   Bids..  _  3908-9  Chairmen of Committees:  Reeve ■ V.   V.   Vinson,  Esq  Water, Fire v. Light. .Councillor J.  S.  Tatcs  Board of Works  " D.  Morgan  Finance  " R. C.   Proctor  P.irks & Transportation      "        S.   Gisby  TELEPHONE DATA  nzw rwsTA--__A_ioi-S  MATT 15,  1918.  McDonald,   Conrt.,   Apartment,   318   Main   St Sey.  772SO  MACHINERY \  Brown.   Fraser A Co.,  Ltd.,   1150  Homer  St 8.  7155  Darling, Frank & Co., 1142 Homer  Street     Sey.  4100-4101  XV. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St.. .3^4795-4798  Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co., Granvl. Bd«'..S. 9IC3  The Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.  .Sey.  1065.  MACHINE   WORK  Westminster Iron  Works,  New Westminster    Thone 03  MANTELS—BRICK. TILE AND WOOD  Bvans,  Coleman A Bvans,  ft. Col S. 2948  W. N. O'Nell A Co., 548 Sey. St.. .8. 4795-4798  RitohU   Can.   A.   Sup.   Co..   Granville. .8. 9162  r_._ _    *.    TIN riATES ^  Balfour,   Guthrie   A  Co 8.  9197-657*  u    _?8'„£01 -n,,n * Evans,  ft. Col S. 29SJ  wii-. W,nCh. *  Co"   Winck  Bid.'. .3.    279-1944  Wilkinson Co., 846 Beach s. 7915  TOOL  STEEL  Darling,   Frank   &  Co.,   1142   Horner  St.   • S.   4100-4101  .VACUUM   CLEANING   SYSTEMS.  Barr & Anderson,  1.60 Horner St S. «18«  w , „  ,       WALL   BOARDS  Evans,  Coleman & Evans,  ft.  Col.  .S. 298J  VVATEttl'ROOF COMPOUND ''  The Barr-ft Co.. Ltd.. loth ar»I Arbutus, V.t.y. 77'  SrVa?,B*.9?rIo.man * Evans, ft. Col... .-.a. 2988  W. N. O'Neil & CO. 548 Soy. St...S. 4798-4/9*  WINDOW  SCREENS  W. N. 0:Neil & Co., 648 Sey. dt...S. 4T9.-4798  WIRE ROPE  Balfour,   Guthrie   A   Co. S. 9197-65?f  Eva_9/ Coleman & Evans, ft: Col..'.. .S 29«S  Ritchie. Con. A 8up. Co., Gra-v, Bdg..S. 91.1  _m,X-< Wlnch & Co,,WlnC- Bid.. .S. 270-194,  Wilkinson Co.. «46 Bnach 8.  791S  WHOLESALE   ROOFING  Sidney   Rubber  Roofing   Co S.  414.  W:  Hi


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