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 .,.r  " Ss  *■ __ _  1§  :t!i?S  f.  if/  V'    --'I  .."■-'-'    ,»'  RECORD  PUBLISHING   CO.,  Vancouver, Publishers  COLUMBIA RECOK  Covering British Columbia.  Vo'- 14, No. 68, Monday May 27, 19'lfcr  GLASS  We carry a complete stock of  PLATE t                       CHIPPED  SHEET FIGURED  WIRED CATHEDRAL  PRISMATIC PORT LIGHT  Mirrors, Bevelling and  Leaded Art  Work   Given   Prompt   Attention.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  Tel. Sey. 4795-6. 548-550 Seymour St.  The  Home Bank of Canada  Head  Office,  Toronto.  JL J. HANEY, C.E., President.  A     general     banking     business  transacted.  All    classes   of   mercantile   accounts solicited.  Vancouver Branch,  44G   Hastings   St.   W.  J.   T.  MacDONAXD,   Manager  GALVANIZING-  Bolts - Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships' Equipment  PendS f_ ^cKe,vlc E"S8neering Co., Ltd.  1214 Pender St., E.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Highland  1573  Nil ruber  Description  Cost  BUILDIHO  FEBMITS   AMOUl--I-T^G   TO 8500  OB  OVER,  ISSUED AT   THE  VANCOUVER CITT __-&___.  YESTEBDiT  street  Address  J_ot   and   Block  9248—2-tr. addition  $.,000  700 .Bile. 12th Ave. W..  Subdivision  Architect  .J. A, -Benzie  Contractor  Address  S. J. Newitt 954 17th W.  Vancouver General Hospital  = .  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Phone 2988  M..*__.'_r __ ■ ____^  ______ * '  ^FT.OFCOLUMBIAAV Clayburn Firebrick and other Clay-  burn Products, Facing Brick, Building Papers, etc.  Mundy, Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power ^ Installations  General Electrical Construction  PHONE, SEYMOW 1145  Standard. Bank Building  MMCMKI . WMWPEt    .  Lumber   Veneer    Panels.   Etc.  •   i . ,- 4"     .«   ' *■-.»'       --  - *  '--" Our Stock is .the Most Complete oil the" Pacific Coast  We are also Sole   Agents   for'"the"  Celebrated "Beaver Br^and" Maple  and Birch Flooring. - s  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St. r .y-,* ,. - Vancouver, B.C.  ,'  FRANK DARLING & CO.  .   /--"  THE HOLDEN CO., Ltd.  .m w f.}«  ,£    .   i J-; 4*.— .   _.    ... ,    ,. --   v  > j   - -i-   'f  GENEHAL RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS    ,  .~4.  «►_!  vv  ;, vsup?lies __ . ;■       .j^ . .V"  CHicasa.PnciimaitiGtTQoI^Co-^ >  [ant ..Drills; ^Duntley  g      BUILDING PERMITS  9244—11. W. Antill, bid. garage, 3324  Napier St.;  575.  ' 9245—H. W. -Clark, bid. garage. 224  Sth Ave. W.; $30. '  ■■•_2_G—J. XV. Allan, repairs to dwelling, 1675 Burnaby, $200; Coffin, & McLennan, contr. * *  9247—S.   N.   McLeod,   Did.  garage.  *2S57 5th Ave.;  ?100.   ,  ■f2_9-7-R%lnderson; 1-sto": _r..add.rt2Q35  GeoYgia St. E.;  S150     '  •- I 0(  t k  be erected a short distance west, of  The new plant will be equipped to  turn out ship and' railway timbers in  addition to its box "products. The'company propose to employ as many returned men as possible. About 200  men are at work in the present factory "and when the new one is started  this number will be doubled.  Boyer  Riveting, & Chipping .Hammers;, Little-Giant .Drills;  >•   _       ,-.,'' ElectrtsTools;» Rocki Drills;^Air ,CbmpreMor-;-V.  ,  ' *    *   '"'   Fuel Oil ancjrGas  Engines.-   «•'" ''---  Msntreat, Tinati  Wiinipig  542 Pander-St W./'Vakontir B. C.,  "-  ^Pasne Se/. 1065   •  Brown, Fraser (8. Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS    TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'  Machinery and Supplies  Phone Seymour 7155 1150 Homer Street  Vancouver, B. C.  _-ondon, Eng.  MontraKl  Winnipeg'  Toronto  Vancouver, B.  C.  ROBERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  STEEL,    CEMENT,     BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,     RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,   SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,'  CREOSOTED  MATERIAL,  LUMBER,  ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK  BUILDING  508 Ha.ting-. W., Vancouver, B. C. r  C«ment Testing Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Te_tl_gr laboratory, Boom Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  NORTH  VANCOUVER  NOTES. '' '  . No .time has been  lost in arranging for  the initial wSrk  on the  pro-,  j.pos^-permaneftl bridge over, tlie "Cap-  ilano  River,  in  connection  with   the  Pacific Great Eastern Ry. Messrs. Rob-  CALUNG FOR ./TENDERS.'.,;.;,   j ertson..4v,Partnef. will Jmalre aViinme-  ^The  North   Vancouver/ City scliool j diate' start with ttfe work""which'it is  board is ^calling^ for-tenders  for'car-1 expected will-be completed by Domirf-j  penter, plaster, heating, electric light-; ion Day.    % '       '   A  ing and", painting work, in ^connection |    ^The  permanent - structure   wiir-b'e \  with "the    High    School    Commercial j about twenty-three, feet north of "the I  classroom, etc, in Queen Mary. School. \ present bridge and will be on the Howe j  North Vancouver.   A notice of the ten-j truss' principle,  at   a height  of  nine  der appears on page four of this paper. I and a haJf feet over the existing span.   — -    I There will  be  three piers 'supporting jj  WORK STARTS IMMEDIATELY the bridge from the river bed with a}  ON   ORPHANAGE   CAMP   rail span of about 400 feet. I  Contracts  will   be  let   at   once   by       " — .       j  Architect A. E. Henderson, 39-40 Davis VICTORIA  NOTES.  Chambers  Building, for'the construe- B.  C.   INCORPORATIONS,  tion of one of the buildings to be used) Burnaby    Oil    Wells,    Capitalized    at  for a   permanent    summer   camp   atj     $65,000,   Has   Headquarters   Here.  Crescent Beach.   The   work   will   be'     The     following    companies     were  rushed to completion  so as to be in  granted   certificates   of   incorporation >  readiness for the summer. during the week ending today: I    Delia Mines,  Ltd., $25,000,  Vancou-  CONTRACT  IS  LET , ver. N  FOR' MILITARY  ANNEX;     Vancouver Island Fish & Cold Stor  Architect J.   A.   .Benzie^   Standard  age Company, Ltd., "$20,000, Nanaimo.  Roller Bearing Drills --• Close Quarter Piston Air Drills--Rivetting Hammer-  Chipping Hammers-Wood Borers-Turbine and Electric Drills  High Speed sieel-prills-Reamers. Etc! ^  Complete Stock of Accessories  1144 HOMER ST.  JP^one- .Sey. 4.100,  v      ' 4.-7  -    . '  " '-'1\'_-'"I'  -_ ',,"'_3a  -'■■v-l,f'A!'  'y:  -■jSkj-t  .*r.-  j-^.V-'r'  -«   \ *■'-!.'*/*■*  Structural Steel For Every Purpose  BEAMS,  C-___-Win;_-S. AHMES, \PI_&TrS, TEES," COiXTMKS  COM-?__ETE__Y EQUIPPED rABBXCATXNCt' SHOPS  CAN-DIAN NORTHWEST STEEL C07, Ltd.  Fainnont 2396 and 2397  Vancouver, B.  Bank Building, has awarded a contract  to S. J. Newitt," 954 17th Ave. West,  for the construction of the Military  Annex at the Vancouver Hospital. The  new addition will be used for sun  rooms for returned soldiers, and will  cost $4,000.  GAS    CONTROL    SYSTEM  INSTALLED.  The Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.,  767 Robson St.. are changing over the  gas system ai the Vancouver General  Hospital.  The new system is a one control and  in case of fire the g«is throughout the  entire building can be shut off by one  operation. |  Sentry      Manufacturing     Company,  Ltd., $10,000, Vancouver.  Archie Johnson, Ltd.,  $10,000, Kelowna.  Grindrod Farmer's Hall, Ltd., $2,000,  Grindrod.  Burnaby   Oil   Wells,   Ltd.,   $65,000,  Vancouver.  DEALGBS   IN  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  AH Kinds of Building Material  v  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  GOVERNMENT   CONTRACT  AWARDED TO  LOCAL  ELECTRICAL FIRM  Mundy Rowland & Co., Standard  Bank Building, have been" awarded a  contract from the Provincial Government for the electrical work on the  Manitoba Parliament Buildings which,  amounts'to over .-"100,000 and the work! truck at headquarters  The instruction which the City Coun-  1 cil has issued with regard to the closing down of two lire halls follows the  lines of the* course adopted   in Van-  I couver and    New    Westminster .   In  Vancouver the most strenuous objec-  : tion developed, but the council ignored the opponents on the ground that  by the adding to the motor equipment I  the area could be served by less ap-!  paratus  covering a wider range..   In I  New WestminsterNtwo halls were clos- j  ed and one of them moved to a loca- j  tion centrally situated to embrace the !  area formerly covered by the two.      I  The whole of the Victoria Fire De- I  partment  now  being motorized,  with ■  the   exception   of   the   aerial   ladder  it is expected  Balfour, Guthrie & Co  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL.—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.    We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS: —  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.'      We are prepared  to furnish large orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST'IRON  WASHERS,  ETC.  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT — LIME —  HYDRATED   LIME —  FIRE   CLAY  SCOTCH   FIRE  BRICK — BLACKSMITH   COAL — COKE  SEA COAL— PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  [VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  B. C. AGENTS  SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.  will be .handled through their Winnipeg office. A contract for the electrical installation of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Hospital at Port  Arthur, Ontario, for $25,000 has also  been awarded to this concern.  WESTMINSTER     NOTES  Having leased from the provincial  government a portion of the old jail  farm in Queonsborough, on the waterfront, it is the intention of tho B. C.  Manufacturing Co. to erect a new box-  factory and sawmill. The company  is already operating a box factory in  Queensborough and the new mill will,  that the rea-arrangement to be made  will be based on quick motor service  to the outlying sections. Tenders for  certain repairs to halls, are tabled  pending a decision as to how many-of  the seven district halls will be closed.  No S hall is affected by the special  agreement with Oak Bay for lire protection, for which the city is paid $150  a  month  by the district municipality.  "SULLIVAN"   DIAMOND  DRILLS  AIR   COMPRESSORS  ROCK   DRILLS  "SULLIVAN"   DRILL   SHARPENERS  1500 GRANV_____E ST.  DRILL STEEL  HOSE  AIR   RECEIVERS  AIR  LIFT PUMPS  PHONE 9162  POVINCE TO BORROW  TWO   MILLION   DOLLARS  VICTORIA—Advertisements   are   in  coast and provincial newspapers call-  (Continued  on Page  4.)  Forgingrs Machine Work Patterns  Wcs tin I raster Iron Works  John Reld, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  •Phone S3  Office and Works, Tenth St,.  New Westminster, B. C- I/* -  •*?"  5»' sjj>.  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  ICO  TTardsiLane  ^si-fuir Street.  EA^AGINp EDITOR  trlption Bates  __.. .: :........:......$i.oo  T^rnonths    .....'.. ....;...._...;...: ..$5.00  Payable strictly in advance.  ON THE HONEYMOON  **************************  -.■•'■ «  Mining News  PACIFIC WOBTEWEST Willi '  'BUILD HALF  OF TOZ-Z.A0E  SEATTLE—That, Washington and Oregon will get about ,50 per cent. o,f the  new contracts 'for 200 wooden ships to  be awarded by the emergency Meet corporation, is the estimate of William Tig-  ott, supervisor of wooden ship construction for the corporation in the Washington district, who arrived home recently  from Washington, D. C.  Lovey—Ah! darling, I can see tin  love .lights"in your eyes.  Dovey—Don't be silly, Howard  There is nothing in my eyes-but cin  ders.  _?__.".■£  3  ' "  '  life'-'J  P.;." -  1  tit" . '  1  »«_   •-  1  i„,     \  1  '-  1  '-"  1  i.  _*  1  SEATTLE   N0TSE8.  $125,000 BUILDING FOR QUEEN  t ANNE..  .Architect Sherwood fD., Ford, Lyon  Bldg., has been commissioned to pre-  pare the plans and specifications for  the C-nstrucfion of a new three-story  building for the Seattle Engineering  School at.Queen AnneAve^and Roy  St., estimated to co§t complete approximately-$125,000.  *?****4-*********^*fe*%******  |     PLUMBING  PERMITS  Last name appearing lu each permit  given is contractor.   „     ,,•'/'   *t  15,710 to 15,715  2036—J  T>., Bill.  2037—Mr. Muirhead, 2642, York St.    >  2038—Mrs.   Ho   Chon_r, - Powell,, St.,'  H. Mercier Co. v ?'       /   r"  2039���^Simpson" Block, 1785 Davie St.  : „■„',,/ "'■ ?-- —  MACUlNERY F,QR SALE  1—5^__8   Amjericah^Hoist' and '  • Boiler  —   6x12 Beatty Hoist';.  C '  STABT WORK MONDAY  ON   NEW 'SHIP   PLANT  ABERDEEN, Wn.—Pile driving for the  ship machinery plant to be constructed  by the Douglas Bros. Company has been  started.  The Douglas company will , have a  frontage on the harbor of 165 feet and  their holdings extend northward a distance of about 500 feet so that the plant  will be of considerable area to start  with. J. R. Douglas, who has been in  Chicago purchasing machinery for the  new plant, will go to Washington before  his return here.  SITE IS SECURED AT TACOMA  FOK CONCRETE SHIP PLANT  TACOMA—E. a. E. Btelwyn, of the  Standard Concrete Shipbuilding Corporation, just organised and incorporated  for $250,000, announced that concrete  ships will be built on a large scale here.  "The company has obtained a 40-acre site  on which it plans to build ten ways. Preliminary work on the construction of the  yards will start immediately.  RECENT     LAUNCHINGS.  TACOMA—Named the Noyon, after  the town which has been the scene of  many bloody conflicts on the western  front, the second ship built at the Foundation Shipyards here for the French  government   was   launched   Wednesday.  British Columbia Yards  Following is a list of the Shipbuilding  companies of British Columbia now actively engaged in ship construction' or  recently organized:  Steel Shipbuilding Plant*.  Ceughlan Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver..'  Wallace  Shipyards,  North  Vancouver.  Wood Shipbuilding Plants.  Cameron  Genoa Slills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria,  the  capacity  of   their  present  plant  by.J Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., Vic-  constructing  f,our' ways, 'which   is   then . toria.  CAPACITY OF NORTHWEST  , I        STEEL PLANT TO BE DOtTBLES  By securing a 40-acre tract south of  the Coast Shipbuilding Co., the Northwest Steel Co. plans to not only double   ,-     -  —       —  .■        -T-     • w_  Shimmer/;.a|$2. ^Albert St.,  '., Wirt., \   fj-  number of, ways.,.in the- present plant,  but* full equipment necessary to outfit  the vessels will be installed. The outfitting is now being done in the plant  of the .Willamette Iron & Steel Co.  T-heT'Colifrhbia River Shipbuilding Co.,  which has three ways,, will soon construct two additional ways.  Lyall  '1 ver.  Shipbuildi  tag   Co.,   North   Vancou-  '■/'• _,--  New   Westminster   Kng.   &   Const.,;'Co.,  Poplar. Island.  Pacific  Construction Co.,  Ltd., Port Co-  .quitlam. '  Standard  'Shipbuilding  jCo.,   Vancouver.  Wallace  Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver.  '  Western   Canada   Shipyards   Ltd.,   Van-  f  ...... . .'  ***$*******<srt'****.***<'***'b<f>*  '.. ' 1.   ■ ' A  At F§rnie the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal company has almost 2,000 men  on; the payroll.-  The Laurier mine, near Laurler, will  soon begin shipping at the rate of  100 tons a month. The copper content of this ore is about 5 per cenL  Duham & McDonnell have found a  new lead on the surface of the Free-  mont, the property that they are operating under lease near Greenwood.  The St. Keverne group on Payne  mountain in the Slocan will be  worked this summer. Oscar White,  formerly of the Slocan Star, will be  manager.  The recent strike made in the property of the Standard Silver-Lead company at Silverton is growing in importance daily as development proceeds.  The Copper King near Whitehorse!  is working a live-foot lead of copper  glance and bornite, that assays from  40 to 00 per cent, copper and 13  ounces in silver.  E. Jacobs, of Victoria, and formerly  of the Boundary, who has been one  of the most steady and consistent  writers on mining in the province  for the last 25 years, is now in California.  Transformers, loaned by the French  Complex Ore Reduction company at  Nelson to the Pacific Steel company  at the -■coast have been ordered returned by the minister of mines, Hon.  Wm. Sloan.  Some $7,000 or -$8,00,0 worth ,of-ore  has been sacked ,at the _Mastodon  mines on I_aforme creek, itf the Bilk  _  ___  cah be used in a  hundred ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  M .  Consult our New Business Manager  about1 adapting gas to  your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Car rail and Hasting: Sts.  'Phone Seymour 5000  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive  Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED    BY,  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus,Street       .     .."     VANCOUVER   B. C  Phone Bay. 772"'   " 4>  PI  C(  Bend country .beyond RevelstokeJ  ready to take out to the smelter. Men)  are now' working on the wagon road  to the property. y  Bamberton Cement  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  •*.-.ty*=»'-j-  it i i   -.  r>  V..-  Beatty Swing Gear"  Capstani Shaft  Maririe Boiler  Upright Boiler  2060-lb, Pile Hammer  Driver.  and other miscellaneous Contractors' Equipment in first class condition. „   .---_." <  MRS. W. O. GILLETT  .   .Phone Bay. 2812-L  *^*********^i>*.i>******}^*^***  I    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    |  **************************  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor R;H. Gale  {   . .        " City Council  ' Ward* 1 Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2  W..R. Hamifton  Ward 3  W. C. Marshall  Ward 4  Jos. Hoskins  Ward 5  W. R. Owen  Ward 6  S. C. Elliot  Ward 7  Frank' E. Woodside  Ward 8  F. P. Rogers  Financial &  Clerical  Departments  Clerk  Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller ;....G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. J. Johnstone  Accountant  — .A. J. Pilkington  Engineering" Department  Engineer .......F. L. Fellowes  Building Department  Building Inspector.. R. A. McKenzie  J 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  A. C. J. Leek G. W. Hutch ings  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  JR. V. WINCH &;jCO., Limited  Vancouver and Victoria  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  Wo specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  *l  Sic.'•"'  BAC?EJ£E_arR0.  SERVICE  SE  Dc  85  24   HOURS   A   DAY  r  nmr Seymour   5000   and" have  oar | npresentative  call  •^*4*.  " • _ -f  :^$}  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  BY  PATRONIZING  PROPOSEP   NEW    WORK  Cbaracter.  Bstlau-tad  Oast  ._.:   1350.000  VANCOUVER'  Armory   _.. ~~  Harbor "Works    Bank & office bldg Not given  Hotel, C. N. By —.-  '1  J-ocatioB Ownsi  Grand view    Government  /Kitsilano  Keaerve    Government  Hastings A Granville Royal Bank  False Creek Fill C. N. Ry. Co.  trehJUet Plans H-sd,  Perry & Fowler _„    .government    "-'reoarlnTr  No archt. commissioned yet."  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rat  UNION  STATION  'Phone Seymour 405  MAIN STREET  XUPBOVEICEHTS XJSTES _-__-_C__BZAT__-_T BELOW  ABE PBOPOSED  BUT HAVE  BEEN POSTPONED:  Post Office  Post Office    Concrete  Garage  ..$250,000  -135.000  Gore and Keefer.  South Vancouver.  Fifth & Fir Sts....  -Dom. Govt   Dom. Govt   Ford Motor Co.  Dom. Govt.  Dom. Govt,  Owners ........   Delayed   Delayed  ....  Delayed  ADAM JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers a Specialty  DISTANCE   NO  OBSTACLE  ESTIMATES  GIVEN -  Telephone Hlshland 728  VANCOUVER, B, C.  2021 Wall St.  •«***4#+#+.#+*4*4*_44***4**  «4«M4^WM444HH4*e444^!.  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  Character  .Cost  BRITISH COLUMBIA—GENERAL  Location   ..    Owner  Architect  ...Plans Beady  «e»  PANTAGIzS  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c-30c  PILINGiE- POLES  v    FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  *     any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1S09  1021-1024 Rogers Building Seymour 3998-3999  ^m******^**^^**********^ ************<*++i+*^  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  DID YOU  KNOW?  Office 813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  WE   SELL  ROOFING  SHEATHING  WALLBOARD  I  \  LET US QUOTE  Smith Davidson &  YVrie__r f t-H  VANCOUVER   and   VICTOrTa        *-***'  The largest paper house in the west  : ^■4^t^  BRITISH! COLUMBIA: RECORD  \  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  guying Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give For<_» standard fool control  Price $2.25  GATKCLL   &   I .ASTINCS  Se,   2103        1259  Granville St.  FORD CARS  CRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  , FOR FORDS  Sullivan-Taylor Motor Co.      *  2J0 Kmgsway Fair. 2730  BLACK BROS., LIMITED  Automobile Supplies—Car Bodies  Tops and Seat Covers  IHI-15 Homer St Sey. 663-69  LITTLE GIANT   MOTOR TRUCKS  "All that the Name Implies"  Lkslie W. Pearson, Mgr.  Granville  at  Pacific   Sey.    331  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co lo HILL, LTD.  Every. hin<_< for the "Motorist  Phone Seymour  6411 Quick   Service  CONSOLIDATED  MOTOR CO., LTD.*  Packard — Nash — Maxwell *  Trucks and  Passencer Cars  P30 Georgia St....l Seymour. 4030  4  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  , Tires    j -•. ,  Motor Accessories  851 Pender St. V. ~....Sey. 3053  PACKARD   COMPANY   OFFERS   $5,000  IN PRIZES FOB BEST EXAMPLES  OF   TRUCK  EFFICIENCY.  Mr. A.' XV. Cruise of the Consolidated  Motor Company, distributors of the  Kriftli, Packard and Ma.well lines, received the following Information as to  a ^coinnr .Hive tost to hold to further  efficiency of the truck: "The Packard  Motor Cur Company, in an effort to pet  the greatest possible efficiency 'out of  every Packard truck, thereby aiding iji  carrying out the general plans of the  council of national defense, will run  a truck efficiency test during the  mouths of .June, July and August, 191..  Every Packard truck owner should enter his truck or trucks for his own as  well as .the national welfare. The test  is open to all owners of Packard 1 1-2  to 6 1-2 ton trucks In the United States  and Canada. Full information may be  had by calling the Consolidated Motor  Company' who will gladly do all in their  power to help any desirous of en-  tering,-a truck.  rshop will be opened in connection with  their present tire and vulcanizing business. ' '  ' The new department will be in the  hands of two 'experts, both of whom  were in the mechanical transport division in France for mon. than two years,  where they have had a thorough training in their line. The Davie Vulcanizing Co. is very fortunate in securing  the services of these two men, as a  shortage of good mechanics is causing  the motor repair shops along auto row  no little worry at this time, ' as any  number of shops hiive been unable to  handle their - business, being without  men to do the work,  The now department will be equipped  with-all of the latest appliances necessary In maintaining a modern and effluent' repair shop and motorists can  make no mistake by taking their repair  work to this old and reliable establishment.   ' ' n  TRUXTUN USED IN HEAVY ^HAULING, WOIIIC RECENTLY  DELIVERED TO VANCOUVER COAL FIRM.  New   Truxtun    Equipment  This Interesting photograph shows a "Truxtun recently purchased by the Malaspina Coal Company. It cost  the owner~$950 00. Carries four torts continuously; and is giving excellent satisfaction. Made in British Columbia  by Black Bros., Limited. ■    - \l. ,  DAVIE VULCANIZING- COMPACT  OPEN AUTO  REPAIR   SEPT.  The Davie Vulcanizing Co., 1234 Granville St. announces that a motor repair  SALES  HEAD  OF  MilWELL  IS VISITOR IN CITY  L J_ogie, Supervisor of the Maxwell  Motor Company, of "Windsor, Ont., visited the Consolidated Motor . Company  headquarters   last   week   and   conferred  with. Manager A. W. Cruise regarding  several important plans under way for  the Maxwell line this season. Mr. I_ogi<»  -will also , visit th* Maxwell -Distributor  at Victoria before returning east.  Girls of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, are flow  learnipg how to do surgical dressing.  They meet once each week at the local  Red Cross-rooms for this" instruction.  y     *.*       *    . e  »>•*_     .  1i))HgPi-l-Ri? fliCK  .' -V^':,/f>'?>^ -mj^f/'iy,Is.Vi.<>;: 'i_> _(  _? _ *       * -  y c ' y 7  • •'''.  . y  Attention is called to the following annoiihcempnt recently  made by the Council of National Defense:  "The Council of National Defense has given its formal approval to  all measures designed to facilitate the use of the motor truck in traris-  . portation wherever it can be utilized.    It is urging all communities as  far as possible to adapt the motor truck to their local needs and encourage its use in any way to help existing transportation problems."  To promote maximum results in motor transportation, the  Packard Motor Car Company offers a total of $5,000 in awards  to owners an3 drivers for greatest efficiency in hauling. The  awards will be based on certified records of Packard truck  operation over a period of three months, beginning June 1, Best results  are obtained through full loads; ireful routing and proper maintenance  of thei trucks^ To win the awards records must be kept in accordance  with the National Standard Truck Cost System. Transportation experts  not connected with the Packard organization will be the judges. Full  particulars will be furnished by us or any Packard dealer. Every  Packard truck owner and driver is invited to compete for the awards.  EFFICIENT HAULING is now a patriotic duty.   It will release railway cars for government use.  ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE  '.   --      -    V ■  PACKARD MOTOR CAR   COMPANY, Detroit, Mich.  CONSOLIDATED  MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1230 Georgia Street, Vancouver, B. C.  Phone: Sey.  4030  " - <  DAVIE   VULCANIZING   CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  Ship that bursted tire to us; we can repair it, and you can get hundreds  of more miles for a small expense. That tire you have w.ith the-rubber  worn off can be madp to give you thousands of more miles; send them  to us—we- will ret. efid them Plain or Non-Skid, and you will be satisfied  that our wq«W Vi-right.-' " '     "   '  OUT-OF-TOWN   ORDERS   RECEIVE   PROMPT   ATTENTION  TWO SERVICE CARS 'AT TOUR CALL,  1234 Granville St.   Phone Sey 1184   Vancouver  BEGG MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED  1062 Georgia St; W.  Seymour 904S.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  tHSTI_BUTQ-S  <; ■ i  *X rr **■"""  CHEVROLET  '- --, -  t>-_  % *^_ ,_"___ H?_    iSC"*'-'- *   .  .    ..       ...t*. *  :     DODGE  _ / J *■ __   tj-i f. ij. /j.* *»___*_. *"^?«*  i3C*^  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  COPE & SON  1 SO Masting St., VV.        'Phone Sey.8602  ESTABLISHED 1898  Twcsnty years   in  business  In Vancouver  Electrical Contractors  Let us figure on your work. Send us your tpoul)-  les. We repair everything Electrical. Nothing to*  large, nothing too small. If you have any Kgfiting  trouble send for our expert who will advise jam without charge. Our stock of Residence, Store and Ofi_ee  Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.  COPE & SON  ISO Hastings St.,W. /       . '  ' .'  BRITISH OQL PMBIi* 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   CHECKS,  KEV   TAGS,   BRASS    SIGNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF   ALL   KINDS,   ETC.  N        ALL WORK GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY. PROMPT,DELIVERY AND FAIR PRICES  ,   , Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  PHONE SEY. 316  BARR & ANDERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  International  Automatic  Equipment  Phone Seymour 6180  4060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  (Continued from paffe 1)  ing for tenders for-a $2,000,000 loan  ior the government of British Columbia.  Instructions in accordance with the  decision were received by wire from  Hon. John Mart, minister of finance,  and the action is the result of the visit  of Premier Oliver and Mr. Hart to Toronto. The two ministers came to the  conclusion that conditions were sufficiently favorable for the immediate  flotation of this additional loan. All  tenders will be opened on Tuesday  afternoon next by the minister of  finance at the head office of the Canadian Bank of Commerce in Toronto.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  LIMITED  A. Jones, Vlgx.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,  HOQUTAM, Wash—Fire believed by'  the authorities to be of incendiary origin, last week destroyed the entire  plant of tho Northwest Lumber Co.  here, with loss estimated at $150,000.  Ten million feet of airplane spruce  lumber stored in the millyard was  threatened, but was saved.  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 BjTnes, Indian Agent,  New Westminster.  DUNCAN C. SCOTT,  Deputy    Superintendent    General    of  Indian Affairs.  Ottawa, April 24, 1918.  Owners of Tug "CLlVE"    .  General Towing  324 front St: , New Westminster  Telephone ,1015  PROPOSALS   WANTED  _I_SC_I.I__NEOUS   -BOFOSAI.S  Architects Gardiner & .Mercer, 827  Birks Building, are calling for tenders for the alteration and addition to  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.  Architect A. E. Henderson, 39:40  lowing branches of the building trade Da*?is Chambers Building, is at work  will be received by the School Board,  on plans for several new" homes to be  NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.  NORTH VANCOUVER CITY SCHOOL  BOARD  Tenders Invited for Interior Finishing  of Claavooms, Etc.  Total Estimated fete/,, $2,500.  '   Separate bids for work in the fol-  . ;    :  As-General Agent*    ,    •  for British,- Columbia of The Globe  "indemnity^Company of,Canada and  The Liverpool.&^.London::&" Globe  insurance Cd.,-Ltd.'*- sWe'' sell_cpin*"  .  plete protection including loss  ,'     tmrous. ->.'''.  Vlre,- Theft,   CoI listen, >'Property  Damage and Personal.Liability. ■  in connection with High School1 Gftm-  mercial classroom, etc., in Queen, Mary-  school, North Vancouver:  Carpenter; Plaster;- Heating, Electric lighting; fainting. ,  '  Plans and' Specifications .obtainable  from the undersigned, with whom  sealed tenders, accompanied by 5 per  cent,, deposit, to, be lodged not. later  than Tuesday, June 4th, 191S, at 5 p.m.  Acceptance of the lowest 6r any  tender in " any department optional  with the board.  GEO. CAMPBELL, Secretary,  . ,    School Board Offices,  North Vancouver.  erected within a "block of the finest  portion of Connaught -Drive, Shaughnessy. and will call for. .tenders shortly'  for their erection.   "    \ -  DEPARTMENT OE WORKS.  bf .7. ■  TENDERS   FOR   CAST-IRON   PIPES.  -     _ .    ■      ' Etc. : {  ■ Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed ".Tenders for  furnishing cast iron pipes and specials  and lead for -William Head, B. C, Quarantine Station," will be "received, at  this office until 4 p.m. on Friday, June  7, 191S, for'above piping materials'for  water service, at Quarantine  Station,  William Head, B. C.    ,  The following quantities are required: (1) Cast iron pipes about 372  tons. (2) Standard special castings  about 34 tons. (3) Pig lead for jointing pipes about 35 tons. Each person  or firm may tender for any 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; ChJpman &  Power, Engineers, Mail Building, Toronto, Ont., and the Overseer of Dominion   Buildings,  Post  Office,  .Montreal,  p. Q. . lr  Persons tendeiing 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' tove_it*@r 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.,. -;""  Tlie Department Goes not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any/t'endef.   >  By order,  " * "    R." C. DES.ROCIiERS,  . r  -   "v '■'   .„■   sSeferetary. .-  Department of Public Works*/;. , }  .■  - '" Ottawa, May 17, 1918:/ . ~. "    -      .  *  %  *  I . '  ! Vancouver Gas Appliance Co.  AGENTS POR  *  *  *  ♦  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  .  •:•  _■  *•  *  *  *  *  ♦St'  t  McCLARY'S RANGES  Industrial and Household  ,   /a.      r  Gas Fittings  Bain,  Manager  l 767 ROBSON ST.  SEYMOUR 801  <_»  ».  V  *■'  -v ■  _•  ***  *  *  *  *  f  *  f  \  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  i  *  s  *  <i»  t  *  t  «_»  .%  *3>  *  f  v  *  *  *  *  *  *  *** ********•%  '^**********i^^%i**^l^*^********^l'********'s>  I .-'b'Z . '  *  . *>  > Jf-X   .'""iii"' Jf  '■ti-  Cepasley, Rounsefe!! & Co.  • th" TT.D      , ,;  Winch Bldjr.        739  Hastings St. W.  Estab. 1886       Vancouver, B.C....  '■  -___■ :   MURRAY  MANUFACTURERS OF  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  and STORE FITTINGS  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  PAINTING, PAPER HANC-  and KALSOMiNING  Sey. 3765      Sey. 8765  1S65 Dunsmuir St.  E. A. BAB LEY  Plumbing  and "»  .■%'■■'  Steamf itting  1033 Granville St.  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 136  Res. Bay. 77  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SOUTH   WELLINGTON. SCHOOL. ,  Sealed tenders, superscribed, "Tender for" South Wellington School,*'  f will be received by the Honorable the  j "Minister of Public Works up to 12  o'clock noon of Monday, "the 27th day  of May,' 191S, 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 Tru.tees, South Wellington; and the Department of Public Works. 7  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 _re:  funded on their return in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted blank cheque on a  chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, for a sum equal to 20  per cent, of tender, which shall be  forfeited if- the party tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon ■ to do so, or if he fail to  complete the work contracted for. The  cheques of unsuccessful tenderers  will be returned to them upon the  execution of the contract. *.  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  signed with the actual signature of  the tenderer.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.   '  A.  E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works  Department.  .    Victoria, B. .C.,.April 20, 1918,  il  Which Truck Can You  To Own  _ \  i  G. Kilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 946L     962 14th AVE. E.  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  noori 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.  The ordinary truck, that   can   operate   oh  <tjl£i^8l2/Ulixrt.  nothing but gasoline—or the Little Giant truck   Q^ gff^jj^jj\j^  that burns kerosene, distillae, gasoline and other  low grade fuels or the Little Giant that reduces  operating costs at least 50 per cent. J^C^OUih^*  Little Giant Motor trucks have been on the  market for nine years and thousands are now in  daily use in all lines of business.  Manufatured and  guaranteed  by  the Au&MtAfi q\nmu  Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, a $14,000,000 ««w««jnami|  Company. v  Made in 1, 2 and 3 1-2 ton capacities.  Now   on   exhibition   at   our   salesrooms  telephone Sey. 331 for demonstration.  ttao&io^  othjiA loiij-gWc  or  Little Giant IVIotor Truck Co.  LESLIE W. PEAHSON, Manager.  Seymour 331 , Granville at Pacific Vancouver  11  -i  yk  P  II

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