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The  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Braacn,  446 Hastings St. W.  j. r. awBOIUD, Kanat-ar  GALVANIZING  Bolts - Nuts - Bars -Spikes  Ships' Equipment  Allan & McKelvIe Engineering Co., Ltd. ^  121* Pender St., E.       VANCOUVCR, B. C.    573  UILDIHO   M*BMITS  AMOUBTTXtfO  TO tSOO OB OYBB IBBUEP AT  TBI TABCOWVBB CITT KAtT. TBeTBBPAT   fSOO  *emcnl   ..$3,r»oo  »cllinS     -   —  irn   - "'"  (reliinB      >re front    jell. Addn. •■   $1.4*00   11,000   $950   scr»o  Street Addraaa  Lot and Block  subdivision  Architect  ICtli find Burns    1172—12th Ave. W   llith and Glen    2IG1— 21st Ave. E   G*J9 Granville St   586 ldtli Ave*. B   Contractor  Address  Owners    -   3.  McClellan   ;   ,Owner      Owners  ■■ -" """  Gibbs & ,Jackson 513 Hamilton St,  XV. S. Christian    Owner  Address  Grace Methodist Ch 16th & Burns  VV.  Zeigler    II. Brewer    J. & R. Hanna -   Luxemburg  629 Granville  Mr. McDonald    acouver Br an*l<Comeiit. Rolirtorc  i$te«l,Mydrst*MlUm*«rfe.  Phone 2988  Ft.of Columbia av  .niber  Veiteer   Panels,   Etc.  r    Z *-. W* ft* C.-P..U o- .he *«*« Co...  fYFE SnlltH CO. LIMITED  ■•■■■)■• f^WF" _., Vanceerrer, B. C.  lioaritSL  Clayburn Mrebrick andI othjr Cby-  burn Products, Faditft Brick, Building Papers, etc.  Mundy v Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power Installations  aeiteral Eleetrleel Cenetmctloe  •turn struts ii4s  Stat*. Rank MM*  MUftlft ■   ~~—  rfi        S'L  IE H0|X>EN COm Ltd.  >^!;fe•'JlJrt"*CT0"•  V S_ ;/»  » r«      a - BBS--, mm  '-■"-■   i,t« In OM*sM»ei Tor  BUILDING PERMITS       *  9490—W. Zeigler, garage,. 1472—  12th Ave. W., $300.  9491—Edwards & Ames, agts., remodel store front, 681 Granville St.,  $475.,  9494—James    Daniels,    alterations,  329V4 Carrali St., $90. ^  jr\9496—C  P.  Mills,   brick   chimney.  1539 Arbutus, $40  FRANK WATERHOUSE CO.  .'* TO   BUILD   HUGE  TERMINAL  Proposed   Project   will Cost   Approximately $3,500,000.  "'^SEATTLE—To perfect plans for the,  immediate   construction   of   shipping  terminals, to cost approximately $3,-  500,000, Frank Waterhouse will leave  for the east this week.   A great terminal system will be established on  the west waterway holdings of Frank  Waterhouse. &. Co., consrsiing  of -18  FRANK DARLING & CO.  PNEUMATIC TOOLS  THOR"  ,94»7—Wm.  Sparks   move, dwelling, acres!   Two million dollars will be ex-  Dim    p. 'T  .._.• ~« »Ko,>nnnatructlon of a wharf  *  "    . -' * Soto Assent*,n »-""—— ' *   f*  rhiraso Pneumatic Tool co^x  H^?\tCT^nlTomm\ AlTco.npr.MT.;     .^,  tleelrte Tyte|V Hock^ om En9,n-fc  jWhrtrStf.nwwwi.^..  '- riutSn. 1MI  >wn, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  7       •"»Meet»»e«» to  IW.0N MUIPS1EI.T » SUPPLY CO.. LTD.  Mux, Mwcipal and Contractors'  mm an* Supplies  1 ISO Homer Streot  lleysMur 7tSS    ; * _   ^  Vancouver  2730 Union St., *100.  - >499—Royal. Financial Corij.,- alter,  life atofe;nWi^35VMatn*St:.' $285.  -  HEATING  TENDERS   WANTED.  Wm ^Henderson. Resident Architect.  Department of Public \vT>rks, Victoria,  Is asking for tenders for heating Royal Cadets College and other buildings,  at Esquimau. B. C. , Tenders will close  at 4 p.m., September 6th.  Wtaatpes?  Toronto  Tencou'.r. ■■ "•  toERT W. HUNT & CO., LTD.  ENGINEERS  8RPFnTinii:.TCSTS-C0NSULTATjW  oiPP      RAILS,    CARS,  CEMENT,    BUILDINGS.    »R,D0"'  ZZ!1   CREOSOTED  C0MOT.VE8. SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT. CREOS  MATERIAL, LUMBER. ETC.  ™riCE: 1601 STANDARD  BANK BUILDING  Phona Sey. 2199  Re.'d.nt lispeefr. .1 Urge Manufacturin, Center.  MASONRY AND CARPENTER  CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED  Matheson & DeGuerre, architects  and engineers, 508 Northwest Bldg..  have awarded contracts for the ma-  sonry and carpenter work in connec  tion with1 the construction of the  First Church of Christ Scientists being erected on Georgia Street.  G Kilgren, 962-14th Ave. B., was  awarded the contract for the carpen-  ter work and J. Nelson Copp. 1»10—  llth Ave. E., received the masonry  contract.  acre..    » ww «.....-   pended on the construction of a wharf  , J>ftft&e«t.to"a*-a*ad~l50 Jeet-wide..equip5  ped \with modern, freight handling appliances and apparatus for oiling and  coaling of ships from the wharf while  loading, also two concrete warenouses,  each 900 feet long by 150 feet wide.  HUNTINGDON   NOTES.  The Sumas School Board at its  meeting on Saturday arranged for the  purchase of an acre adjoining the  Muncipal Hall for a school site. As  the hall is used at present as a temporary school, there will be no change  of location. c  One of the trustees is anxious to use  the opportunity to get the hall moved  to the extreme edge ot the new addition on the Whatcom road frontage,  putting the sheds immediately beh.nd  the hall, then have the new school  building on the corner of Whatcom  and Vye roads.  _ Air Drills-R'nittiii Haaaers  -TttttM Hi Electric Drills  Rtaairs, Etc  Accessories  Phone Sey. 4too  •"   ■*■■ «  **  -v^C 'I'  Structural Steel For Every Purpose   ■—f«-»        '  WF<|wa| cauunrnavAjra-un. in*,1***, ***** cofomw  NHFtmiT MQvxmv rxBuiwnxa mom  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COY, Ltd.  ralrsMBt 8396 aad'3397  ▼ancernw, •• C.  67  10  10  6  93  $ 40,301  25,900  108,612  41,500  ILLEY BROS. Limited  siBAXSBS m  NEW BUILDINGS TOTAL  $216,313.00 FOR AUGUST  Building inspector R. A. McKenzie's  report for the month of August, 1918,  is as follows:  Repairs and Alterations  Dwelling houses  -   Apartment and rooming  houses    Factories & warehouses  Offices and stores   Total permits issued for  August. 1918    Total value of buildings  Tor August, I91S    Total permits issued for  August.  1917     Total value of buildings  (or August. 1917     Total permits  for eight  months. 1918   55S  Total valu* of buildings -.-  for eight months. .191S   -   1.0U.31S  Total  permits  for eight  ■ months, 19 IT   ™  Total value of buildings  for eight months  191      "     £"9"1  II." A. McWEcn^i1-1'  Building  Inspector.  RULING AFFECTS BUILDERS OF  DISTRICT OF  COLUMBIA  The Community Board of the United  States Employment Service for the District of Columbia, acting under a declaration regarding the labor recruiting program in the District of Columbia have ruled that builders and contractors not engaged in work in con-  rection with war structures or structures having to do.with the ultimate  winning of the war are non-essential  industry. This action establishes a  precedent.  216,313  Balfour, Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  RE,NFSsfst^EofLmid Steel Bar, in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold Twist snd Bend Bars.  BOLTS:— n.   t-o Bolts        We are prepared to fur-  SPIKES-CAST  IRON WASHERS,  ETC. ^  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  -^H^^SE^^"1 °LAY  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING,  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles, Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDINC  Telephone SOS7  [Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  I    902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  *M5 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER, B-  B.  C.   INCORPORATIONS.  The     following     companies     were  granted  certificates  of   incorporation  ..-.'during the past week:  The Honorably Rejected Volunteers  of Canada  (under the Benevolent So-]  cieties Actl. |  Dominion Transportation Company,  Limited, $10,000, Victoria.  Gosse-MUlerd      (Alberni)     Packing  Company,    Limited,   $24,000,  Vancou-  ver.  Brown & Mahoney, Limited. ?25,000,  Vancouver.  Dominion Carton & Printing Works,  TRAIL NOTES. Limited, $35,000, Victoria.  The   contractors  on   the   now^ two-,     ^^ Charlotte City Ml  ct-nrv addition to the Central prince Rupert.  Ire now making a ^^^r4Waiter   Motors, Limited, $100,000  .jmiteci, •txso.uvv,   • ^~- —  Queen Charlotte City Mills, Limited,  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  1561 Granville Street  mzm  ' V'  I  I       I  : i i  f -,■  J\  Phone Seymour 9163  the brickwork being  rorgiogs Machine Work Patterns I  Westminster Iron Works  i.r.hn Reld. Proprietor-  John Reld, Proprietor  i Vancouver.  Modern Brick Bui ding  IV,° on central* lo«nt,d ««»»•« ^  $35,000.00 on terms  Ctodlt ronclerJBld?;  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  Office and Works, Tenth St.-  New Westminster, B. C«  f'li'l  i"!  i!  ,  M [I  II'  I  III  ft  W' 1;  i "' l.  i" li  ■ ■.. 11 ■  \7t  = '0'":i'!.  :■:■ (  ■J'  ■-■■ i • :t; : ' i  1    ■:■, ii-.-vlilil  iii'i- Vjiii  ZZZi  mt7s7\M^  ''■•I"'-' ■!• ■,    ',Vl■■■■• I   li' BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  British Columbia Record  |*ublishod every Monday, Wednesday and  .. Friday by the  RWORP   PUBLTSHtN'a   CO.  SHIPBUILDING ™ MARINE  Telephone Seymour 7868.  Address:    5S3  Homer-Richards Lane  Rear of  <31  Dunsmuir Street.  C. H. NELSON...MANAGING EDITOR  Subscription Bates  One month  :...... ...:..................1..........$1,00  Six   months . ...$5.00  Payable strirtlv  In  advance.  ' <^'<^»>«.»,«»i^g>^»t';>^<£i^-K£>»;«S>»{»tSF).J.,J>»J»iJ,^«gj'  |      PLUMBING   PERMITS      f  Last name appearing In each permit  given is contractor.  15831 to 15837.  2157—Miller & Shore, 3675—-3rd-W.  Orr Bros. ^  2158—E.  F.  Goodrich,   223—7th|w.  Orr Bros. \i  21.59—B. C. Telephone Co., Seymour  St.    Orr Bros.  2160—Lewerke & McWhinnie, Georgia St.   Orr Bros.  2161—C.     W.    -Williams,    302—,16th  . Ave. E. , '" ■<'■ :  2162—Frank S.impson, 2422   Turner  St.    D. Ross.  2163—W. Ziegler, 1472—12th W.   D.  Jtoss.  NEW    ESQUIMALT   SHIPYARD.  VICTORIA.—Negotiations are about  complete for the establishment of a  new shipyard at Esquimalt, Xo be  known as the Esquimalt Ship Company. Application for incorporation  has been made and active shipbuilding  operations will commence shortly.  The initial programme comprises  four wooden auxiliary schooners. Tonnage will be ,2,S00 and 3,500,. both'  types being slightly longer than, the  Imperial Munitions Board vessels.  San Francisco interests are behind  the enterprise, and the Rolphs are the  controlling element. y  ,. The.site of the yard comprises 44  acres at the north end of Esquimalt  harbor.  and four wooden craft.    On August 5  the War Chilkat went down the ways  at the Western Canada yard;  on August 22 the War Tanoo was launched,  also from' tlie Western Canada yard;  on August 24 the War Kitimat plunged,  in the waters of the Fraser from the  New "Westminster yard, and this afternoon the Foundation Co. at Victoria  sent in the War Camchin. These were  all    wood  .vessels.     The   steel    ship  launched  was  the  War   Chief,   S.SOO  tons deadweight capacity, which took  the water from the Coughlan shipyard  on August 19.  <3>  SYMPATHETIC.  "I once knew a man who went hungry in order to buy feed for his horse."  "I can understand his sentiments.  Many's the time I have cut down on  meat and potatoes in 'order to buy  gasoline."—Washington 'Star.  ARCHITECTS  Benzie Jas. A., 510 Hast. XV.....Sey. 3300  Brvan & Gmam, 509 Richards Sey. 5508  Cox,  A.  .Arthur.  F.R.I.B.A.,  1142  Pender W. .„■: Sey. 3972  Dalton  & Eveleigh, .615  Hast..-XT. Sey.     662  Gardiner,   F.   G.   &   Mercer,. 71.   Gran.;  Seymour:36T2.  Gardiner,   Wm.   Frederick,   718 .':■-..  Gran. Sey.  3672  Henderson,     A.     Ernest,    39-4 8  Davis   Chambers   Bldg-.,    615  Hastings W. ....:....:. :.............Sey.    724  Honeyman & Curtis,  S21"  Pender XV :.; .......... Sey. 1621  Macey,   Frank,   470   Gran.*............Sey.  1804  Matheson. Robt. M;, 509 Rich...Sey. 5038  Palmer,  Bernard .C,   616  Credit  Foncier  Bldg. 77..::.J...... ....Sey.  3680  Pratt  & -Ross,^736. Gran. ..Sey. -1557  Sharpe & Thomson,   620  Pender   XV.   ...:.......... Sey.  106-1  Somervell   &   Putnam,   626  ,     Pender   W. Sey.  6230  Townley, Fr^d T... 325 Homer....Sey. S013  Twizell,  R.  P.  S.,   837  Hast.W..Sey.  7925  |    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    |  '^^^s>»^^.^^l<.^^^^#*^^»•:■•'s'-^'5»-^t^l■•i*t&-i•''^•^  CITY OF VANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor - - R- H. Gale  City Council  Ward 1 —- Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2 .....W. R. Hamilton  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. rP. Rogers  Financial  &   Clerical   Departments  -Clerk Wm.  McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller .....Z.ZZ..Z.Z.X}. F. Baldwin  Treasurer J. J. Johnstone  Accountant  AV J. Pilkington  Engineering Department  Engineer F. L,. Fellowes  Building Department ,->.  Building Inspector..:......R. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Secretary. S. J. Montgomery  Health   &   Sanitation   Department  • Medical Health Officer F. T. Underhlll  Library  Librarian  ~..~R. WT. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Johnathan Rogers,  Chairman  A. 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.  0#ue*  J- H- Carlisle  STEEL SHIP TO BE BUILT.  PRINCE RUPERT.—James H. Pills-  bury, superintendent of Prince Rupert  dry dock, who returned from Pittsburg, announces .the leasing of the  plant   by,3ZF.    Mullen    Contracting  British Columbia Yards  Following is a list of the Shipbuilding  companies of British Columbia novr actively engaged in ship construction or  recently organized:  Steel Shipbuilding Plants.  Courhlahv Shipbuilding Co.. Vancouver.  Wallace  Shipyards,  North  Vancouver.  ■-■■--   Wood -Shipbuilding. Plants.  eameron  Genea Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Company,  who  will  built steel cships'Fo^^ Company of B. C, Ltd.. Vic-  here.    All the details respecting   the      toria..  . .   .    . -.7'■       Lyall   Shipbuilding   Co.,   North   Vancou-  lease are completed.      ■     ,,... ver.        —  New,"Westminster   Eng.   A: Const.   Co.,  Poplar Island.  Pacific  Construction Co.,  Ltd.,  Port Coquitlam.  Standard    Shipbuilding   Co.,   Vancouver  Wallace"Shipyards  Ltd., Vancouver.  Western   Canada   Shipyards   LtdM   Vancouver.  LAUNCHINGS.  Shipbuilding in British Columbia for  August resulted in the- launch of hve  steamers, one of them a steel vessel,  Ining News |  f^.^.j.<s.^.tj,^.^j.^j<^j.<§,^.15,^.,gMj<<g,^.^Mj.ij,5;  The Rich Bar. a few miles west ot  Oroville, will resume operation with a  compressor and machine drills.  Last year the lead production of B.  C. amounted to 37,307,465 pounds.  Owing to increased costs of freight,  etc., the Trail smelter has added 55  cents a ton to the cost of treating ore.  ''ast;Zear tne Standard at Silverton  produced 500,000 ounces of silver.  The Queen Bess and Surprise each  produced about 200,000 ounces.    .  The silver production in B. Cv last  year, amounted to .2,929,216 ounces';:  valued at $2,265,749. About 53 per  cent, of the total output wa sfrom the  Slocan.  The new strike in the Silversmith  at Sandon still looks good. When this  mine was known as the Slocan Star It  produced $3,000,000 worth of lead and  silver. ;;,      ' '  Several'oil wells are being drilled  near Peace River Crossing in Northern Alberta. The prospects look good  for an oil field, at least for oil of a  heavy gravity.  The Electric Point, near Northport,  Wash., has put in an aerial tram with  a capacity of 20 tons, an hour. The  tram is over two miles long, and connects (the mine-with-the wagon road.  \ AT YOUR SERVICE.  > If yon want to reach the man who  I buys Building Materials; Machinery, {  I Hardware, Electrical aad Plumbing*  I supplies, Motor Tracks, Iron and*  \ Steel, etc., it will pay yon to be repre-*  •f rented in the Britiah Columbia*  i "Record, f  ? The British Columbia "Record is j  'the only building* and construction!  ■ newspaper in British Columbia con-1  i suited every- other day by Contrite-1  : tors, Engineers,: Architect*. Building4  : Material Sealers, Shipbuilders, Lam-4  i ber Mills, and Mining- Companies.      \  ..•**~m-....~m..m.<m.:-.......».-m-m"m>  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  Carrali and Itastlne Sts. 'Phone Seymour 5000  USE  ELASTICU  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. 63 fy   ■'  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  We specialize in prompt service for Contractors'  temporary power installations  .....m.:~.~.~.~...»-m   I I  Ba m ber ton Cement  Bulldog Cable  Pacific  Lime  R. V. WINCH & CO., Limited  SERVICE   24  I c •  A   DAY  )  HOURS  'Phone   Seymour   5080   and   have   our   representative   call  A~^2  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  BY   PATRONIZING V  /'  Vancouver and Victoria  PROPOSED   NEW    WORK  VANCOUVER  Character Estimated   Cost ! Location  Armory    —  Harbor  "Works     Bank & office bldg   Hot"!, C. N. Ry       $350,000   Not given  Owin  Grand view Government  Kitsilam."   Reserve    Government  Hastings & Granville Royal  Bank  False Creek Fill..... ..C. N. Ry. Co.  architect .......  Perry   &  Fowler  irovernment  -Plans Steady  No archt. commissioned  yeC...  Preparing  W  ^lerCo.  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  Most   modern and  complete   equipment for  handing MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  Large warehouses for storage  Cheap Rates  UNION   STATION  'Phone  Seymour 405  WAIN  STREET  rfiTPSOVEBCEITTS  I»ISTEI>  IMMEDIATEJCY  BELOW  AEJE  PROPOSED   BTTT HAVE   BEEN  POSTPONED:  Post Office _—  Post Office    $250,000  , $35,000  Concrete   Garage    -  Gore and Kee'fer _ .Dom. Govt f Dom.  South Vancouver Dom. Govt    Dom.   Govt. n-i.."    ■  Fifth & X-^ir Sts „ Ford Motor Co.   Owners .Z....ZZZZZ.ZZZZZZZZZ.Z.ZZZ.ZZ  ^?VJ-    - -- ..........Delayed  ayed  Delayed  AOAIVi  JACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  Kilns, Furnacei, and Boile  lers a Specialty  ESTIMATES   GIVEN -- DISTANCE   NO  Telephone Mighland 728  VANCOUVER,  B. C.  OBSTACLE  202X Wall St.  /v.  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  I  R. P. Wilson, D.L.S.. A.M.E.I.C.  Civil Engineer  Surveys, Reports, Estimates  All Classes of Drafting  33 Flack Block    Phone, Sey. 8715  1  BRITISH  COLUMBIA—GENERAL  tooatioa         Owner  Architect  ..Plana Beady  . a *^W*S* •«•«••  PANT AGES  Three Shows Daily  2.30-7.00-9.0©  JpR.OzS20c.30c  ,£l'ilii^w^»||»i'"Ml^''^ll■ll'^^^ll*^*^^^*^'*'^^***^^  * '   , MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  PyfeSic Works Contractors  Officers 13-8 ISIBovver Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  I  \ PILING^ POLES  FIR, CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length -- any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER CO.  Incorporated 1909  1021,1024 Roger. Bu.lding Seymo||r 3998.3999  T  J.  <1  •i  <  %  %  * *  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper Is now being manufactured In British Columbia.    The paper is  of  excellent,   uniform   quality  and   of  great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying Information for Automobile  Ownors and Prospective Buyers  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL. LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone Seymour  641! Quick  Service  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion,  Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  Tires  Motor Accessories  651   Pender St. W... Sey. 3053  FEDERAL WATERS THIRSTY  T  !;  STOCK  IN  NEW  MEXICO  of water. The water is hauled , from  thy? Avater well, which is, in the terms  of the old plainsman, a "water hole."  The truck is equipped with a tank  holding 350 gallons, and the side of  tlie body contains holders for well  casing. '    ■     .  KNOW YOUR CAR.  Along these same lines is the question   that    every    motor    car  driver  should ask himself before starting.out  Makes Haul of 15 Miles Daily Over apna M]K    js rny car in  sood" shape  Prairie  Without  Roads  and  Over    ) and is my .equipment complete and in  Grades of from 10 to 12%.   ,        I working order.    Every  owner  should  Nearly every part of the country has  be thoroughly informed as to the op--  „    ■       ,,   •     .,,       .      ,,• I eration of his car, thus eliminating un-  been well watered with rains this sea-; ,-.       . ,,,  , •  j necessary    service.      If    all    owners  son.    Not only have the *'iows"-the|woul(1 see  lhat their car is properly  large    storm ' areas—been ./.well, dis-j equipped, that their tools are in order,  Sfe-  *»A&*4  SAXON   SALES   COMPANY   .  -■ .    ,'  Distributors' for  SAXON AUTOMOBILES   ,  1272  Granville  St. Sey.3391  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  Vulcanizing  1234 Granville  St. Sey.   1184!  tributed, but the country at large has  been visited by. numerous thunder  storms, making crops grow fast and  helping to produce one of .the largest  crops of grain/and produce that the  pountry. has  ever known.    The  Gov-  that extra tubes and tires and repair  kits are in proper repair, they will  conserve"'time, labor and material for  the government, and eliminate the  emergency work due to lack of proper  equipment.  , Owners   should   consider  LITTLE  GIANT  MOTOR TRUCKS  "AH thai the Name Implies"    o  Leslie W. Pearson, Mgr.  Granville  at   Pacific, ...Sey.    331  ernment reports state that, commit a patriotic duty to make minor re-  wheat, o^ts, potatoes in aggregate will pairs to tires and motor" while on the  be the largest crops ever grown. ! road.    The  following suggestions are  There are very few parts of the' made with the idea of conservation in  country which have been dry.   A con-  mind.  siderable ,portiori. of New -. .Nexico~Hes j Make certain that your car is plen-  within this arid territory. '/      jtifully supplied with gasoline, oil ana  Worswick &. Jones, of Rpswell, N.! water before starting on a'trip. Look  M., have large ranch interests and! over your tires, see that they are  raise sheep and cattle in great nura-j properly inflated ^and that valve and  bers. ',:.,-■■ j dust  caps   are  on   tight.    Keep,  your  Their Federal is used for hauling; car clean. Don't allow mud to dry on  general  ranch  supplies,  such as well■'! brakes and steering gear.  NEEDED IN SUCH A POSITION  «%• *, -.:, ••  mz  "Has your son completed his tc^c-  loKtcal course?"  "Yes, but he is ,taking a post-graduate course In chess and golf so he'll  get. a fashionable charse."  casings, windmills, building material,  and'water for the sheep and cattle  where they are grazing out of reack  / DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  The Place For Auto anil Tire Repairs  MR/MOTORIST: *:      Oil or about September 2nd, 1918, we will be located in our New  Fireproof  Building,  636  Davie  Street,  Between  Granville  and   Seymour  Street.', '  .    ..''■   " ' '   .;' .  -". '■■■  When you require Tire. Repairs, Tube Repairs, Auto Repairs, Auto  Accessories, New Tires—in fact when you need Anything for your Auto  —call in or phone us, aud'-receive our'*Up-to-date, Prompt and Careful  Attention.   . .."..'.,., '.' ,:  1234 Granville St. Seymour 1184 Vancouver, B. C.  <*■■  Familiarize yourself with  the rules  of the; road. • . . "■ ■■■  ....... f, ......  Put distilled water in your battery;  at least every ten days. >  Keep battery'plates covered wir.n  water.    Do not fill battery to top.  At all times be sure that gear shift  is in neutral before starting your eri-  £ine-  lie positive that your (brakes are in  perfect working order.  Have your; lenses comply with the1  state law. '  INSURANCE  IN  ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY        PROPERTIES,        FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL  BONDS, * MORTGAGES  RENTS  COLLECTED  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,   Rounsefell  and Company  ESTABLISHED  1886  739 Hastings'St. W.     , Vancouver  Telehpone Seymour 7820  um§ni  Superiority  A Federal capacity for  every ImsiaeBB reaalre-  xnent.  J. F. BOUSKILL  Hauling Contractor  Vancouver,   B.  C,  July   P2th,   19 IS.  H.  J.  TUCKER,  Esq.,  Mritish Columbia Distributor,  Federal  Trucks,  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  Dear  Sir:—  In reply to your inquiry I  dependability and haulinK power  him   boon   on   strenuous   duty   for  haulint:   3-tou   loads   of   coal   for  three   years   steady,  2-ton loads of gravel  for two yearn steady.  During the year 1916, I drove my Federal "from Portland to  Detroict, and from Detroit back to Vancouver, coverlnR the cross continent trip twice without serious trouble. Throughout the journey I  climbed Rrades rangltiK up to 37VJ per cent., and carried a lijjht load  both ways. No other truck, as far as I know, has ever made this trip.  i">urln{r the pant six months my truck has been hauling 2-ton  loada of wood, and Is performing Rood service at present.  Yours   very   truly,  fSliyned)   JOHN  P.   BOUSKILL.  take pleasure  of my sturdy  six   years.     My  to   the  which  in   testifying  1-ton   Federal.  truck   was   used   for  and   for   hauling  Heavy aaty Tractor* and  Trailers for —-umber aad  Mining- Industrie*.  If Your Average Load  Is Less Than a Ton  THIS REO "SPEED WAGON" will serve the  purpose better than a heavier truck.  FOLK USED TO THINK that the right thing  to do was to buy a truck big enough to carry  the heaviest load they had to deliver.  BUT EXPERIENCE has proven that the  lighter truck, mounted on pneumatic tires, is  theamore economical.  EVEN IF YOU HAVE enough going to the  same place to require two trips of this %-ton  Rep, you'll find you can deliver the lot in less  time than by one load on a big solid tired  truck.  MOST TIMES, however, there are smaller loads  to be delivered to separate points.  IN THAT CASE there is simply no comparison  —The speedy %-ton Reo is the only way.  IN SELECTING a truck for your own particular  service, figure out what is the average load  , and buy for that rather than for your heaviest  loads. The latter are few in most lines of  business.  DON'T OVERLOOK the fact that half the dis-,  tance is made with the truck empty—in a  great majority of cases—and the wear and  tear  on a %-ton truck is about one-fourth  what it is on one of twice that capacity.  ESPECIALLY is that true if the other be  mounted on solid tires.  FULLY 80 PER CENT.^of .all hauling, both in  the country and in the city, is better done-  quicker, and cheaper—by - this 3/i-ton • Reo  "Hurry-Up Wagon."  DEMAND is tremendous. Never have been  able to supply all who wanted Reos. And demand for this particular type of truck is  increasing by leaps and bounds as users discover its great range of adaptability.  IN A THOUSAND lines of business this Reo is  proving itself the ideal type. It will do so in  yoifrs.  BUT YOUR ORDER must be in our hands soon  if you desire a delivery in the near future.  TARDY BUYERS will surely have to wait or  accept a second choice, for only those who  decide now and order at once can hope to  obtain Reos.  t  TODAY won't be a minute too soon.  Reo Motor Car Agency, Limited  1378 Granville St.  TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 1860  Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing,Mich.  Everywhere  The FEDERAL Leads  The FEDERAL Succeeds  WRITE OR CALL FOR INFORMATION  FEDERAL SERVICE  STATION  (Established 8 Years)  833 Pender St. W., Vancouver, B. C.  Distributors for KFDKRAL .MOTOR TRUCK CO., Detroit  PHILADELPHIA  THE BATTERY  FOR YOUR CAR  40 per cent, longer life  18 months' Guarantee  PRICE    NO    HIGHER  Call and eee us when passing  JARVIS  ELECTRIC CO,  Distributors for B. C.  570 ZUchardJi St.  Seymour 175  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for salt—  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  You realize that tho better yov, are known the more bus iness you  will do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk the  matter over with you.    Sey. 7808.  Rear 431 Dunsmuir St   RECORD PUB. CO. 583 Homer-Richards Lane,  Publishers of BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD BPP
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1065 Dunsmuir St.
,. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED    TENDERS,    superscribed
"Tender for Concrete Sluices," will-be
received by the undersigned up to  12
noon of "Friday, the 13th day of September,  J91S.  for the construction of
two four-gate reinforced concrete, sluices  in   Matsqui'"'; Dyking    District, ; at
Pumping Stations No. 1 and    No. .2,
near Gifford Station, B. C. E. Railway.
Plans,   specifications,   contract   and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the  29th  day of'August at  the
office   of  tlie   Provincial   Government
Agent, Court House, Vancouver. Each
proposal must be accompanied by an
accepted bank check, or certificate of.
deposit, on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the inspector of
dykes, for 5 per cent, of the amount
of the tender, which shall be forfeited  if  theiy'.party  tendering  decline  to
enter into contract'when called,'upon
to do so, or if he fails to complete the
work contracted for.    The cheques or
certificates of deposit of unsuccessful
tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be consicrered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signat.ure.of the
tenderer and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 'Z■■'.
E: A. Wilmot, C. E.,    7-- ■
Inspector of Dykes.
Office of Inspector of Dykes,
Victoria, B.C, August 27, 1918;,
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ins'is-
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E.A.SAILEY
Plumbing
and
Steamfitting
1033 Granville St.
Vancouver, 8. C.
Phone Sey. 136
Res. Bay. 77
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for
Wharf at Naramata, B. C," will be received at this office until 12 o'clock
noon on Saturday, 21st September, 1918
for the reconstruction of a wharf at
Naramata, Yale District, B. C.
Plans, specifications and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department at the
offices of the District Engineer, at
Chase, B. C, and New Westminster,
B. C, and on application to the Post-
juaster at Naramata, B." C.
Renders will not be considered un-
lessvmade on forms supplied by the Department and in accordance with con:
ditions contained therein.
J -Each tender must be accompanied by
Jan accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Honorable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to 10 p-c of the amount of the
tender. .,-.'.■
NOTE.—Blue prints can be obtained
at this office by depositing an accepted bank cheque for the sum of $10.00,
payable to the order-of the Honorable
the Minister of Public Works, which
will be returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid. - .
By order,
F. W. AYLMER,
District Engineer.
Department of Public Works, ..
Chase, B. C.
AUTOMOBILE RECORDS
FROM AUGUST 7 to AUGUST 21, 1918
Following  Is a Complete  List of New
Automobile Licenses Recorded for
Vancouver and District:
No. Name Address Cai
ir.S2D—C.   R.   Steele,   401C—Sth   XV,—
Chevrolet. ^?:
1SS30—David   Rose,   2G4'!—1 3tii   XV,—
Chevrolet.
l'SSSl—M. XV. Douglas; 20—-10th E—-Ford
iriS'Ll—Mrs. II.  Prummoiid, 651 Richards
.Street—Kord.
15S33—Mrs.. C.   Royal,   890   Broughton—
Briscoe. .    »
loSIH—Geo.   Ferris,   Stewart' Block—
laS'lfi—Western  Canada Power  Co.,";'."'.(!2
■ :ird   VV.— Kord.
15S3G—Mrs.    VI.    Wallbridye,    HIS, War-
clay  St.—DodK'e.
■Vun.  Creamery   Co.,   lOlk.s   GnraK'*
— h'ord. <
■K.   C*.   Swentt,   Royal   Mansions—
P.   .1    Nicholson,   1S20   Nelson   —
Ford.
Ford.
National   Machine   Co.,   920   Main
St.—MtjLuutfhlin.
lf,S.|i—Woodward's   Dept.  Store.   M'v.st-
inprs   St.   W.—McLaughlin.
1 r.S-12—G.   XV.   Kuhey,   337   Uuifeiin   St.—-
Ford.
1 f,s,| ;>—.j.   i j.   Lucas.   1523 Sth  R— Chevro,
1,084.1—Robert   Brasell,   ir>00    Ith   K.—
Gray-Dort.
l.r)S4«ri—lohn   Perrin,   Ladner,   1-5.   C.—McLaughlin.
J5S4C—A.  L. Murray.   1233  «eor«la St.—
Studebaker, '
1SR47—Hon-,'  Junk   Co., ,125   Pender   ■•;.—
Maxwell. .
15S4S—Van. Auto Livery Co.,  124 9 Granville St.—-Ford.      . <-■
15SI0—Van. Auto Livery Co.,  1249 Gran-
"ville  St.—Ford.
ISSSO—I.   b'eda.   200   Main   St.— Ford.'
15S51—"M.  Chinto,   1729   Ontario  St.—
Gray-Dort.
IfiSni'—J.   P.   Voting,   113   Esplanade .K—
Ford. '^ '-,.'■
15S53—G.  Barnett,  1245—10th Ave. XV.—
Chevrolet. '
15854—XV.   D.   Grant, ,4.20'  Pacific  Bids.—
McLaughlin.
15855—Herbert  Currv,  6107   Fraser St.—
 Ford.
15S5G—J. AV.'.Rawlins, S.9 63rd XV.— Ford.
15S57—R. Krovcoskv,i 567  Broadway K.—
Ford. .
15S5S-—-S:  R.  Toombs, 272S  2nd  \V.— ■
Chevrolet: '
15S59—G.   XV.   Sudden,  Lynn   Valley-
Ford.
15S6'0—J'."K: Chin; 255  6th  E.—Ford.
15SCI—V. M. Patullo, 751  22nd \V.—Ford
15S62— "''-■,
15S63—
15S64—A.  B.  Balderston,  2036   llth W.—
Ford.
15S65—F.    L.   Hacking;,   3506   15th   XV —
Maxwell.
15S66—S.   Campbell,  Aldergrove,   B.   C.—
Chevrolet.     &
15S67—C..   D.    Rowlands,   1241   Columbia
St.^—Russell.
15S6S—I.  M. Robertson, Central Park —
Ford.
15869—MahBin?, Lulu  Island  Statioji—
Little Giant.
15S70—James   Davies,   64 5' Main   St:   —
Willys-O." '■-..■'
15871—XV    Worroll,   1106   Pacific   St.-   —
Ford.
WRIGHT BROS.
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
ROOFING   SPECIALISTS
We Design and Build
Sey. 3315 ,     511 Dimsmuir St.
Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.
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Business Directory arid
Buyers9 Guide
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Patronize Record Advertisers
.15872-
15S73-
-C.   \V.  Nun ley,
Ford.
IS Cordova St.—
1 Dll Cai-dero
10th &  Meu-
Mrs.   J.   M.  Faulds,
St.—Wlllys-O;
15S74 — Vitii.   Gen.   I lospiuil;
ther—Kord.
15S75—C.   VV'lyton, ri575 Grant  St.—Ford.
15876—Campbell   Moving Co.,  S57   Meatty
St.—Republic.
15S77—J. B. Woodworth, 14 IS Davie St.
—Davis,
15S7S—Municipality of Point Grey—Ford
15879— '    ..
15S.S0—rl'*ar West Investment Co.,' 470
Granville—McLaughlin,
1.5SSI — R. I latino, 313 Alexander St.—
Ford.
I5SS2—Airs'. M. .A. Gardiner, 2365 5th XV.
—Premier.
InSS'l—F.  A.  Taylor,   1052   7th   XV.—Ford
15SS4—   i       .
J5SS5—W. XV. rngledew.r 45 Vine St.—
Nash. .''■'■.
1DSS0—Mrs. E. A. Mitchell, 1167 Granville   St.—Maxwell.
15SS7—-V. & V. 'Stevedoring- Co., iobt,of.
Gore   Ave.—Studebaker.:
15SSS—Monastery Laundry Co., 14th A
Ash  St.—Ford. ,
15SS9—F. S. Andefson, 111 Cordova St.—
Napieri  ■
15S00—E. Toombs Co., 2656 5tli W.— ,
Chevrolet.. .: 77
15S91—G. T." Baker, Ladner, B.C— "'■
Chevrolet. .     , ;.
1 j=iSfi2-—A.-K. Reid, North Van.—Chevrolet.
15S93—R. Green,  161   Park  Dr.—Chevro. ■'.
15S94-.-~\    W.   Randall,  Eburne  P.  O.
^CivSyrPiort.
15. Sth   \V.—Dodf?e.
Cassidy,   B.   C—
Lakewood  Drive-
Vancouver—
ir>R05—.1    .1.   Brooks
15896—E.   G.   Taylor,
Na'iier,
15S97—R.   Romy,   621
Chevrolet.   ■>    -
15S9S—B.   Gilbert.   North
Willys-O.
15899-—D   J.   Gordon, Point  Grey—Ford
15900—Mrs. P.   Lyons, H0S  Georg-ia xV.
Packard.
15901—Columbia   Produce Co.,  271  Hast-;
■ '      inRS E.—l-'ord
15902— ■        ■"
15903—
15904—
15905—W; F. Behnson.
Gray-Dort.
15906—
15907—
15908—J.  Anerell,  33- Cordova B.—Willys
ARCllITEt'TlRAI.    TKKKA    COTTA.
Evans, Coloman & Evans, Ft.  Col. St., 8. 2938
O'Noll,  Wm.  N.  Co.  L<1..   548  Seymour. S. 47J*5
Ritchie   Con.    A   Sup.    Co..    Ltd     Gran.    -.;.
BrldK*  r »• 8182
ASIMIAI.T   FKI.T.
Evins.  Coloman 4.  Evans,   ft.  Col.. .. .S. 29SS
The' Uarrett Co.,  Ltd., .10th i*v Ai-Vmtus  Hay. 6.1
Tin-  Standard   I'aint   Co.   of  Canada,   Ltd.).
4.50   Standard   Hank   Bldg-  Sey.-2913
AUTOMOBILE   INSURANCE
Ceperlev,  ttounsefell  A  Co.,   Winch   Bldg.  l
....'. '.'-. ..... . Sey.   7820
BANKS
Horne;' Bank   of   Canada..; S.  5270
UltICK—AIX KINDS.
Evans Coloman A Evana, ' Ft. Col.. S. 2988
Gilley Bios., .Ltd.. New West., Phones 15, IB
XV. N. O'Noll A Co., 548 Bey. Si., t3. 4795-479S
Ititohle   Contr.' 4   Sup.   Co.,   Ltd.,   Gran.   St.
BrldRo  .'I.. ...'. S.   9102
,It.V.Winch  A  Co..  Ltd..  Winch  B.  S.-279-IM4
BLILDINO   FKJ.'I*8  ANli  1'Al'KKS.
Evans,   Coloman   &   lfi-ans,   Ft.   Col.,, .S. 29SS
W.  N.  0*Noll   A Co..  54S   He.v. flt.,   S. 4795-47!'S
The.7!arrett Co., Ltd., 10th &• Arbutus  liny. 63
.The   Standard   I'aint   Co.   of  Canada,   Ltd.,
"    430   Standard   UanW   .15 Id jr.. .......Soy.  2913
BONDS—81'KBTV.
'Ceperley,'Rounsefcll ■&   Co.,   Winch   Bldf.
   Sey.  7820
R.V.Winch A Co.. Ltd.,   Winch   ti., b. ••£■»-1 sm■■
11.  C.  Eicotrlo Co.,
MOTOR8
Ltd	
 S. 0001
MOTOR TRUCKS.
Little Giant MotdrnTruck Co....
Reo Motor Car ^gV'ncy, Ltd....
M. J. Tucker, 833 l.'endcr W....
Tupi'er >*<:   Steel.   Ltd	
CARPENTERS
Dixon    &    Murra^'.
.S. 8765-' S766
404 Welton Blk.—
G. Kilgren
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
FAIRMONT 9461     962 14th AVE. E.
S, J. Triokejr
E. E. Elliott
CENTRAL SHEET  METAL
WORKS
SHEET, COPPER, BRASS
and IRONWORK
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
BOAT TANKS
GALLEY RANGES
STEAM TABLES
SMOKE   STACKS
HEATING       VENTILATING
PLUMBING
Phone Sey. 620      151 Yz Pender St. W.
TTAMrCOTTVER, B.  C.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of tbe Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest
Territories and a portion of the Prov-
nce of British Columbia, may be leas-
ed for a term of twenty-one years at
.n- annual rental of $1 per acre. No
.nore than 2,560 acres will be leased
to one applicant.
Applications ror a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the "land must
be described by sections, or legal sub-
divisions 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 -whatever available surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full .quantity of merchantable coal mined, and pay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights arc-not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once
a year.
The lease will Include the coal min-
Ing rights only, but the lessee may be
at the rate of $10 per acre.
For full information application
should 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,
TELEPHONE DATA
VBW *nf8TAX.X^.TIOHS
AUGUST 33.  1918
Applebv Construction Co.. Contrs.. 8^4 Pender XV	
Kydd,  Norman, Plbg. & Htfc.,  906  Davie „ : v :	
Nichol, .T.D., Boys'  Store,  137 Hast. W	
Grant, W. Pollard. Barrister, 207 Hastings VV	
AUGUST 26. 1918.
Song Ting-Chey, Rest., 15S Pender E	
Station Cafe,  Rest.,   1014  Main ........v,/ '. ■-
Vulcan  Iron   Works,.   Industrial  Island - •—•	
City Market, Fish, Main  .::.. ::*::;;.:..::..:.,. :~ •
CHAHQES.
AUGUST 26, 1918.
Albert Woodyard, Wood & Coal.
 Sey.
 Sey.
 Sey.
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919*>
91 S3
12H0
1119
 Sev.
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 Fair.
9.TF--I
9^03
-9134
32S0
from 19—51st E. to 105 52nd W ...Fraser
20
Electrical Contractors
Light and Power
Motor Repairs
Storage Batteries
The Jarvis Electric Company, Ltd.
570  Ricliards  St. 'Phone   Seymour   175
COPE & SON
1 SO Hasting St., W. 'Phone Scy.8600
ESTABLISHED 1898
Twenty years   in  business
In Vancouver
Electrical Contractors
Let us figure on your work. Send us your troub-
¥e repair everything Electrical. Nothing too
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 Office
Lighting Fixtures is the largest in the city.
les.
large,
1 50 Hastings Sfc»9W,
»9
CKMENX.   ■   ■
Balfour, Guthrio & Co....;.... .S. 919'i-667B
Bvans, Coleman • A Evans, Ft.'Col.r.S. 258k
GUley Bros.. Hi.. New West., Phones 15. Jfi
W. N. O'Neil A Co., 54S Sey. St.. S. 4795-479S
Ritchie   Contr.    A   Sup.,    Ltd.,    Granville   St
Bridge'   .  : .. .. ■  ...    S. 9162
R.V.Winch A Co.. Lti..  Winch B.,  S. S79-1941
1      CEMKNT  TK8TJNG   AND  ASSAYING.     ■
Hunt,    Robt. ' W.   &   Co.,   Standard    Bank
Bldg.    ...... ....... ...........S. H199
CONTRACTOItS—UENJBRAL.' "   .-' ■■ "'
Armstrong,   Morrison    *.    Co.,     Ltd.,    Bower
Big.    . _... . .v>. ... .............. . . ..    S. 1836
CONTRACTORS—TII.E—TKKRAZZO.
Evans, Coleman A Evaus, ft. Col.. .. .S. 298S
W.  N.  O'Neil  A Co.,  648  Sey.  est.,  S. 4T9,"i-479S
CRANKS   AND   HOISTS    (1CI.ECTKIC
The Holden Co., Ltd.,  542 Pender St. W.
.   i" . Sey.   1.06G.
I)ItILL8-PORTABLE   EI.KCTK1C
Dirlinsr, Frank & Co., 1142   Homer
Street :.Se'v.  4100-4101
Th« Holden Co., Ltd., 542 Pender St. W.
Sey.   1065.
ELECTRICAL SOPPIOKS
Ii.   C.   Electric-Co..' Ltd '.'. '. - ...S. 5000
t'upe A Hon.   ISO  llastlnita W.... _ ^....-S^y. S602
Darling,   Frank & Co..  1142  Homer
•Street ..Sey.  4100-4101
ELEVATOR CARS AND ENCLOSURES. '
W. N.  O'Neil  A Co.,  548   Bey.  St.  S. 4795-4798
Ritchie   Contr.   A   Sup.   Co ,   Ltd..   Gran.   St.
Bridg*     8.9162
ELEVATORS
Darlinj*. Frank & Co.. 1142 Homer
Street     Sey.  4100-4101
FIRE CLAY
Balfour,   Outhrlo   A   Co S.   9197-657S
Evans. Coleman A Evans Ft. Col...8. 298S
Gilley Bros.,, New Westminster. Phone* lo.lS
W. N. O'Neil A Co., 548tSey. St.. S.4795-47»3
Ritchie Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. Bdff-.S- SH*'
R.  V. Winch  A  Co..   Vinch  Bi«U'.,  ri: 279-1944
FIRE   EXTINGUISHER   SYSTEMS.
Barr 4 Anderson,  10CO   Hcmer St S.   81S0
FLOORING
J. Fyfe Smith  *■'-£-.>..  1320  Richard*. .S. 119«
FORGINGS
Westminster   Iron  Works.   Now Westminster     Plaone 53
GALVANIZING
Allan    McKclvie  Eng. Co.,  Ltd High  1573
GAS   APPLIANCES
j Vancouver  Gas  .Appliance  Co S.    801
GLASS—ALL  KINDS.
W. N. O'Neil 4 Co. 548 S*y. St..   S. 4795-479?
HARDWARE
Brown.   Fraser A  Co..   Ltd..   1150   ilornor  St S. 7155
Flett, J. A., Ill Hastings W Sey. 2327-8
HARDWOOD  FLOORS
W. N. O'Neil A Co.. 548 Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798
J.  Fyfe  Smith   A  Co.  1320   Richards. .S. 119S
HARDWOOD LUMBER
Smith,  J.  Fyfe  & Co..   1320  Richards.
 Sey.'331
.; .Sey. i860
...St-y. 356S
Uay, .138-ljf>
OFFICE. AND   STORE  FITTINGS
Dixon    He   .Murray.  ,,v.\S.: 8765-  8766
PACKING,    BELTINQ   AND    MECHANICAL   GOOD»
Dunlori Tlrw &  HuljWir Uuoc".» Co.. LIU.,
84-1  Cainbio St _...S. 13—S.2SM
PAINTING  &   PAPER  HANGING :
Dixon    &   Murray .,  .S.  8765-  376*
TAINTS—FIHE-I'HOOF.
W. N. O'Nuil 4 Co.,  548 Sey'/.St;. .S. 4796-4791
TAINTS—■!>/»all*  l'ROOF.
,Kv»ng,  Coleman &  Kvans,  ft.  Col.... .S. 2988
■W.:N.  O'Neil * Co.. 64S rioy.  St.   .S. 4796-47911
The  Standard   I'aint  Co.  of  Canada,   Ltd.,
430   Standard   Bank   j'ldg...., Sey. 2913
PAPER
Smith.   DarUfeon  * ■Wrlsht,   Ltd.,  Il.omsr
acid   U»vlo   »w.   „ : ..„ S. 9585
I'AK'I'ITION—riKKTHOOF
Evans, Coleman  &  Evans    Vt. Co'lum. .S. 2988
Hitchte. Con. * Sup. Co.. Granv, Bdg. .S. 91t!!l
PATTERNS
TVoslmlnstor Iron  Wurk«.   N»« W«sluiluatnr    Phone 58
TIG; IRON  ANO  TIN
Balfour,   Guthrie  A   Co... -.3. 9197-6671
Evans,  Coleman &  Evans,  ft. Col.... .S. 2988
Wilkinson   Co:. •■ Ltd.,   846   lluacti   Am... 8.  7915—0
R.  V.. Winch. A Co..   Winch Bld...S.   279-1944
TILING  AND  TOI.KS
fodcral    Lumbar   Co..    Rogtirs'   UUIk...... ...S. 3998-9
TILE  DRIVING.
Coleman"  A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988
Evana
Frasor   Klvur
Now   Wu»c
8. 1196
V EN-
HEATING—HOT   AIR,   .STKAM   AND
TILAT1NG
Bailey, E. A., 1033 Granville St., S.  136
Barr   A   Anderson,   1060   Homer   SI...S. 61S0
HEATING    AND    VENTILATING    ENGINEERS
L«ek  A Co.,   Ltd..   109S  Hotuer  St  S.    661
HOISTING   ENGINES
Ritchie Con   & Sup. Co..  Granvl. Bdfr..S. 916'.
INSURANCE.
Ceperley,   Rounsefcll   &   Co.,   Winch   lildg.
 : Sey   7820
R.   V.   Winch   &   Co.   Ltd.,   Winch   lildg.
 Sey.  279-1944
INTERIOR   FINISH
Evans.  Coleman  A  Bvaas,   ft.   Col S. 29S8
W. N". O'Neil A Co., 5 IS Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798
Ritchie. Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv.  BdB..S. Sio<
IKON   AND   STE12I STRUCTURAL
Can. North weft Steel  Co., Ltd.
Prince  Kdward  St Kair.  2a!*G-7
Evans.   Coleman   A   Evans     Kt.   c«»i.. .». ;:>^
Coughlan.   J.   A   Sous.   Worid   BldK H.   T9-".1
Macdonald,   Marpole   Co..   Ltd S.  210
Kitchlu, Con. & Suo. Co.. Granv. BrijcS. 91«1
W. N. O'Neil A Co.. 54.« Sey. St. ..S. 4795-4798
VN'fStminstpr   Iron   Works,   .V'"*  Wostniiriflti.'r     I'liunt.' 53
Wilkinson  Co.,  84G   Beach S.  7915
IRON   AND   STEEL—ORNAMENTAL.
Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2988
W.  -\".  O'Neil A Co.,  548 Sey.  St. ..S. 4795-4798
Ritchie Con. <te Sup. Co.,  Granvl.   Bdg.. n   91fi
Westminster   Iron   Works.   New WcHlroInstiT     rhotie 53
KALSOMINING
Dixon    &   Murray S. 8765-  8766
LATH—METAL
Evans. Coleman A Evans. Ft. Columb. .3. 29SS
W. N. O'Neil A Co., 54S Sey. St.. .S. 4795-479S
Ritchie  C.   and   S.   Co.,   Gran.   St S.   al«2
LIME.
Balfour,   Guthrie  &   Co S-  9197-K575
Evans, Coleman A Kvans. Ft. Columb.. S. 29«S
Gilley Bros., New WeRtrninalor. .Phones 15, 16
\V.  N.  O'Neil  A Co.,  548 Soy.  St. ..S. 4795-4798
I'acltlc Limn  Co..   Ltd.,   1'iieille 11UU S- 9506
Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co., Granville. .S. 9162
R.  V.  Winch  Co,  Ld..  Winch Bds. .S. 279-1941
LUMBER
Federal   Luralicr    Co.,   Itoucrn    lildx S. 399H-9
MACHINERY
lirown    Krawr  A  Co..   Ltd.,   II50   Horror  St S. 7135
Darling,  Frank A Co.,  1112  Homer
Street     Sey.   4100-4101
W N. O'Noll A Co., 048 Soy. St. ..B. 4795-1708
Ritchie Con. A Sup. Co., Granvl. nd'K.S. 918!
The Holden Co., Ltd.,  54 2 Pender St. W.
Sey.   1005.
MACHINE    WORK
Westminster   Iron   Works.   New WoHtinlnstur     Plione 5!l
MANTELS—BRICK.  TILE  AND  WOOD
Evans. Coleman A Evans,   ft.  Col s. 2988
VV N. C-'Nell-ft Co., 548 Soy. St. ..8. 4796-479X
Ritchie   Con.   &   Suit.   Co.,   Granville. .3. 9102
MARBLE   AND   ONVX
Evans,  Coleman A Evana,   ft.  Col S. 2988
W.  N.  O'Noll  A Co.,  548  Sey.  St. B.  4735-4798
Plie   OrtvlnK   Co.,
TITK—SEWER
Evans, Coleman & Evans Ft. Colum. .S. 2988
Gilley Bros., Ltd., New West.; . Phones 15. It
Ritchie Con. & Sup. Co., Granville. .S. 916t
R,  V. Winch A Co.,  Winck Bld...S\   279-1944
TLASTER
Balfour,   Guthrie   &   Co... S.  9197-657*
Evans, Coleman A Evai~s Ft. Colum. .S. 2988
Gilley Bros., Ltd., New West.. .Phones 16, II
W. N. O'Neil & Co.. S-iS Sey.'SLl.S. 4795-4791
Ritchie, Con. A Suo.'Co.. Granv. Bdg-. .S. 9161
TLASTER   BOARD
Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,   ft. Col 8.2988
W. N.  O'Neil A Co..  548 S«y. St.. .S. 4795-479i
Ritchie   Con.   &   Sup.   Co..   Grarivllle. .S. 91T31
'1'hc   Standard   I'aint   Co.   of  Canada,   Ltd.,   :
'   430   Standard   Hank   Uldff .... .Sey. 2913
PLASTER   PARTITION   BLOCKS
Evans, .Coleman A  Evans,  ft. Col S. 3988
BLASTER—ORNAMENTAL
Evans.  Colemaa A  E^ans,   ft.  Col .S. 2988
W. N. O'Noil A Co.. 54i Sey. SI...S. 479S-+798
RitchU   Con.   i   oup.   Co..   OranviUe. .S. »16J
PLUMBING
Bailey, K. A., 1033 Granvill* St., .S.  138
Barr   A   Anderson,    1060   Homer   it..,S. 6184)
PNEUMATIC  TOOLS
Darling,  Frank & Co.,  114 2  Homtr
Street     Sey.  4100-4101^
Th« Holden Co.,  Ltd.,  542 Pender St.  W.
Sey.   10S5.
PRINTERS
Bapley, A. G. & Sons, Ltd.
516   Pender   W Sey.     31S
ROOFING  COMPOSITION
Kvans.; Coleman & Svar.s Ft. .olum. .S. 29S8
The Barrett Co., Ltd., 10th & Arbutus Ray. 6i
XX. N, O'Neil A Co., 54s Sey. St.. .a. 4795-4798
Ritchie Con. A Sup. C . Granville. .S. 9161
Staith.   Davidson  &  Wrlsht,   Ltd..   Hoinor
,   and   DaTio   S« _   S, 9595
The  Standard   Paint   Co.  of Canada,  Ltd..
430   Standard   Rank ' Kids .....Sey. 2913
I ROOFING—SHEET METAL
(See   Cornlee   ana   nooCiue)
'■ ".   ROOFING   MATERIAL
The Barrett Co., Ltd..  10th & Arbutus  Ray. 63
Evans.  Coleniii.i  A  Evana    Ft. Colum . .8. 2988
Rltcble Con. A Sup. C<-.. Granville B...S. 916S
The  Standard   I'aint   Co.  of Canada,   Ltd.,
430   Standard   Hank   Rklg Sey. 2913
,    ROOFING—WHOLESALE
The Standard   I'aint  Co.  of Canada,   Ltd.,
430   Standard   Bank   lildg Sey. 2913
Sidney- Rubber   Roofing   Co S.   4149
Balfour.
ROTE-MANILA
Guthrie   &    Co	
..a 9197-6571
RUBBER   STAMPS
Barley. A. G. A Sons, Ltd.
516   Pender   XV	
.Sey.     316
(SAFES—VAULT DOORS
W. N. O'Neil A Co., 54S Sey. St...8. 4793-47»8
SAND   GRAVEL ANI) CKISUED ROCK
Evans,  Coleman  A  Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988
Gilley Bros., Ltd., New West.. .Phonea 15. 1«
Rltcble. Con. A Sup. Co.. Granv. Bdg. .S. 9168
SASH   DOORS.   WINDOWS,   ETC.
W. N. O'Neil A Co.. 54S  Sey. SI...S. 4795-479H
SHEET  METAL
Central   Sheet Metal  Works Sey.  <J2#
SHINGLE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  DEALERS.
(See  Lumber  and  Shingles.)
SHOW  CASES
Dixon    &    Murray S.  8765-   S756
SLATE
Evans.   Coleman  A   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988
W. N. O'Neil A Co., a4.S Sey. St...S. 4795-4798
R.,-:v\ Winch & Co.. Winch Bld...S. 279-1944
Ritchie. Con.  A Sup.  Co., Granv.   Bdir..S. 9163
STEEL—REINFORCING.
Balfour, Uuthriv A Co.... t. .. .S. 9197-6575
Evans,   Coleman   A   Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2988
STORE    it    OFFICE    I IXTl RES   *   STORK
FRONTS,'
Dixon   &   Murray S8765-S766"
Kvttu,   Coletnnn   &   Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2988
W.  N. O'NeU A Ch.. 54s Sey.   St...3. 4795-4798
TAR   AND   PITCH
The Barrett Co.. Ltd.. 10th \- Arbutus Hay. (.3
Kvans,   Coleman  &   Evans,   ft.   Col S. 2388
TILE—DRAINING
Evans. Coleman A Evans Ft. Colum .. S. 29S8
Gilley Bros., New Westminster Phones 15, 16
RItehiu   Con. A Sup.  Co.. Granv.  Bd«. ,S. 9161
TILE—FLOOR  AND   WALL
Evans.   Coleman  A   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 2988
VV. N.  O'Neil * Co..  548 S'ey.  St. ..S. 4795-4798
TIN PLATES
Balfour,   Guthrie  A   Co S.  9197-6571
Evans, Coleman A Evans, ft. Col.... .S. 2988
R. V. Winch A Co., Winch B!d...S. 279-1944
Wilkinson  Co.,  846   Beach S.  7915
TOOL   STEEL
Darllns,   Frank   A   Co.,   1112   Homer   St.
 S.   4100-4101
VACUUM CLEANING SYSTEMS.
I3arr  A  Anderson,  1060   Horner  St S. 618(
WALL    BOARDS
Evans.   Coleman  A   Evans,   ft.  Col S. 3981
The   Standard   I'aint   C<>.   of  Canada,   Ltd.,
430   Standard    Hank    BIdtf Sev.  291.)
WATERPROOF COMPOUND
The   Barrett  Co.,   Ltd..   tilths Arbutus   Hay.  6.1
Evans,   Coleman  &  Evans,   ft.   Col ri. 2988
W   X.   O'Neil A Co. t.tS  Sey. St...S.  1790-479*
Tin:   Standard   I'aint   Co    of   Canada,   Lid.,
430   Standard    Hank    BUIk Sey.   2'*13
WINDOW   SCREENS
VV. N. O Nell A Co.,  548 Sey. ot...S. 47i>"i-47ia
WIRE ROTE
Balfour,    Outhrlo   A    Co s. 9197-filSTil
Evans,   Coloman  A   Bvjiis,   ft.   Col S. 2088
Ritchie. Con. A Hup. Co., Granv. Ii<ig..K. 9161
R.   V.  Winch  A Co.. Winch  Bid...8.    279-194*
Wilkinson  Co.. 846   Ueach S.  79IS"
WHOLESALE    ROOFING
The  Standard   Paint   Co.   of  Canada,   Ltd.,
430   Standard    Hank   Bldff Sey.  291.1
Sidney   Rubber   Roofing   Co S.   4149
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