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^MILLENNIUM 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


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Established  1874 

TheVulcan  Ironworks 

Limited 


The  Largest  and  Most  Thoroughly  Equipped  Plant 
in  Western  Canada 

Melting  Capacity,  50  to  75  Tons  Daily 


Iron  and  Brass 

Castings 

Structural  Steel,  Tubular  Boilers,  Elevator  and 
Mill  Machinery,  Forgings,  Boiler  Plate,  Boiler 
Tubes,  Bar  Iron,  Iron  Pipe,  Etc. 

We  Make  a  Specialty  of 

Machinery  Repairs 


Agents  for 

Taylor-Forbes  Co.,  Limited,  Sovereign  Boilers  and 
Radiators,  T-F.  Joist  Hangers 

Huntley  Manufacturing  Co.,  Monitor  Grain  Cleaning 
Machinery 


Telephone  St.  John  800 

Private  Exchange  connecting  all  Departments 

Point  Douglas  Ave.  and  Maple  Street 


Henderson’s  Winnipeg  Directory 


1914 


Special  Advertising 
Departments 


Page 

Banks,  Trust  Companies,  Mortgage  Companies,  Barristers, 

Chartered  Accountants  ......  5 


Insuranee,  Financial,  Investments  . 
Real  Estate,  Rentals,  Loans 
Wholesale  Manufacturers  and  Jobbers 


.  49 
93 
.  133 


Machinery  and  Supplies,  Eleotrlcal  Apparatus,  Engineers, 

Iron  Founders,  Machinists  .  .  173 


Architects,  Engineers,  General  Contraotora 


.  193 


Builders'  Materials,  Lumber,  Sash  and  Doors,  Brlok,  Stone, 

Cement,  Lime,  Sand,  Hardware  and  Tools  .  205 

Contractors  and  Builders,  Heating,  Sanitary  and  Ventilating 

Engineers,  Electricians,  Painters  and  Decorators  .  .  233 


Automobiles,  Garages  and  Supplies 


245 


Miscellaneous,  Retail  Merchanta,  Plano  and  Muslo  Dealers, 

Et0 . .  255 


Index  to  Advertisers . 280 

Classified  Business  Directory  at  End  of  Book 


E 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Banks 

Trust  Companies 
Mortgage  Companies 
Barristers 

Chartered  Accountants 


Page 


Alloway  &  Champion,  Limited  ....  2,1 

Anglo-American  Trust  Company.  .  .  39 

Bank  of  British  North  America  ...  11 

Bank  of  Hamilton  .  12 

Bank  of  Montreal  .  6  and  7 

Bank  of  Nova  Scotia .  10 

Bank  of  Ottawa  .  13 

Banque  d’Hochelaga  .  12 

Canada  Life  Assurance  Co.  (Loan 

Dept.)  .  36 

Canada  Permanent  Mortgage  Cor¬ 
poration  .  34 

Commercial  Loan  &  Trust  Co.,  Ltd.  96 
Credit  Foncier  Franco-Canadien  .  .  35 

Dominion  Bank  .  15 

Dominion  Trust  Company  .  33 

'  Empire  Loan  Company  .  38 

Fidelity  Trust  Company  .  39 

Great  West  Permanent  Loan  Co.  .  .  37 

Holland-Canadian  Mortgage  Co .  36 

Home  Bank  of  Canada  .  14 

Home  Investment  &  Savings  Assn..  .  36 

Imperial  Bank  of  Canada  .  16 

Imperial  Canadian  Trust  Company..  31 
Inland  Mortgage  Corporation  Ltd...  87 
La  Compagnie  Fonciere  de  Mani¬ 
toba.  Limited  .  32 

Merchants  Bank  of  Canada  .  17 

Molsons  Bank  (The)  .  18 

National  Trust  Co.,  Ltd .  23 

Northern  Crown  Bank .  19 

Northern  Trusts  Company  .  22 

Osier  &  Nanton  Trust  Company  ...  63 

Prudential  Trust  Company,  Limited  28 
Quebec  Bank .  20 


Page 

Royal  Bank  of  Canada  .  18 

Scottish  Canadian  Mortgage  Co., 

Ltd .  88 

Standard  Bank  .  20 

Standard  Trusts  (The)  . .  24 

Toronto  General  Trusts  Corporation  25 
Trustee  Company  of  Winnipeg,  Ltd.  32 

Union  Bank  of  Canada .  8  and  9 

Union  Trust  Company,  Limited  .... 

. 26  and  27 

Western  Trust  Company  .  29 

Winnipeg  Mercantile  Trust  Co .  30 

American  Bank  Note  Company .  14 

Armstrong  &  Hopkinson  .  42 

Central  Detective  Service  of  Canada  47 

Cross  &  Menzies  .  46 

Edwards,  Morgan  &  Co .  43 

F.  C.  Gilbert  .  46 

Henderson,  W.  A.  &  Co .  42 

Laing  &  Turner  .  42 

Machray,  Sharpe,  Dennistoun,  Locke 

&  Crawley  .  41 

Marwick,  Mitchell,  Peat  &  Co .  45 

Morton,  John  J.  &  Sons  .  44 

Newton  &  Nicholson  .  4£ 

Oscar  Hudson  &  Co . 

D.  A.  Pender,  Cooper,  Slasor  &  Co.. 

Phillips  &  Glendenning  . 

Ronald.  Griggs  &  Co . 

Ronald,  Merritt,  Griggs  &  Co. 

P.  S.  Ross  &  Sons  . 

Sterling  &  Rankin  . 

Vernon  Pickup  &  Co . 


A 


6 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Established  1817 


The  Bank 


Head  Office 


MANITOBA 


Albarta — continued 


Altona 
Brandon 
Dauphin 
Plum  Coulee 
Portage  la  Prairie 
Winnipeg 
Ft.  Rouge 
Logan  Ave 
Yorkton 


Red  Deer 
Spring  Coulee 


BRITISH 

COLUMBIA 


Alberni 
Armstrong 

SASKATCHEWAN^^ 

Cloverdale 


Indian  Head 
Moose  Jaw 
Outlook 
Prince  Albert 
Regina 
Saskatoon 
Swift  Current 
Weyburn 


ALBERTA 


Calgary 
East  End 
Ogden  Shops 
Cardston 
Edmonton 
High  River 
Lethbridge 
Magrath 
Medicine  Hat 
Utaymond 


Enderby 
Greenwood 
Hosmer 
Inverinere 
Kamloops 
Kelowna 
Lumby 
Merritt 
Nelson 
New  Denver 
New  Westminster 
Nicola 

North  Vancouver 
Penticton 
Port  Alberni 
Port  Haney 
Prince  Rupert 
Princeton 
Rossland 
Summerland 


- 

- 

Montreal 

Branches: 

IN  CANADA 

British  Columbia 

Ontario — continued 

QUEBEC 

— continued 

Mount  Forest 

Buckingham 

Vancouver 

Newmarket 

Cookshire 

Main  Street 

Oakwood 

Danville 

Vernon 

Ottawa 

Fraserville 

Victoria 

Bank  Street 

Granby 

West  Summerland  Hull,  P.Q. 

Grand  Mere 

Paris 

Levis 

Perth 

Magog 

ONTARIO 

Peterboro 

Megantic 

Picton 

Montreal 

Alliston 

Port  Arthur 

Bleury  Street 

Almonte 

Port  Hope 

Hochelaga 

Aurora 

Sarnia 

Lachine 

Belleville 

Sault  Ste.  Marie 

Maisonneuve 

Bowmanville 

Schreiber 

Notre  Dame  de 

Brantford 

Stirling 

Grace 

Brockville 

Stratford 

Papineau  Ave. 

Chatham 

St.  Catharines 

Peel  St. 

Collingwood 

St.  Mary’s 

Pt.  St.  Charles 

Cornwall 

Sudbury 

Seigneurs  St. 

Deseronto 

Toronto 

Ste.  Anne  de 

Eglinton 

Bathurst  Street 

Bellevue 

Fenelon  Falls 

Carlton  Street 

St.  Henri 

Fort  William 

Dundas  Street 

St.  Lawrence 

Goderich 

Queen  Street 

West  End 

Guelph 

Queen  Street  E. 

Westmount 

Hamilton 

Yonge  Street 

Windsor  Street 

Barton- Viet. 

Trenton 

Quebec 

Holstein 

T  weed 

St.  Roch 

King  City 

Walla  ceburg 

Upper  Town 

Kingston 

Waterford 

Sawyerville 

Lindsay 

Welland 

S herb rook 

London 

Windsor 

St.  Hyacinthe 

Quebec — continue 


Thetford  Mines 
Three  Rivers 


NEW  BRUNSWIC 


Bathurst 

Chatham 

Edmundston 

Fredericton 

Grand  Falls 

Hartland 

Moncton 

Perth 

Shediac 

St.  John 

Woodstock 


NOVA  SCOTIA 


Amherst 
Bridgewater 
Canso 
Glace  Bay 
Halifax 
North  End 
Lunenburg 
Mahone  Bay 
Port  Hood 
Sydney 
Wolfville 
Yarmouth 


PRINCE  EDWARD  ISLAND— Charlottetown 


IN  NEWFOUNDLAND — St.  John's,  Curling,  Grand  Falls 


IN  GREAT  BRITAIN 

London — 47  Threadneedle  Street,  E.C.,  G.  C.  Cassels,  Manager;  Waterloo  Place,  Pall  Mall 


IN  THE  UNITED  STATES 

New  York — R.  Y.  Hebden,  W.  A.  Bog  and  J.  H.  Molineaux,  Agents,  64  Wall  Street 
Chicago — Bank  of  Montreal,  J.  M.  Greata,  Manager,  108  South  La  Salle  Street 
Spokane,  Wash. — Bank  of  Montreal 


IN  MEXICO 

Mexico,  D.F. — Bank  of  Montreal,  T.  S.  C.  Saunders,  Manager 


BANKERS  IN  GREAT  BRITAIN 

don — The  Bank  of  England  Liverpool — The  Bank  of  Liverpool,  Ltd. 

‘  le  Union  of  London  and  Smith’s  Bank,  Ltd.  Scotland — The  British  Linen  Bank  and  Branches 

idon  County  and  Westminster  Bank,  Ltd. 

National  Provincial  Bank  of  England,  Ltd. 


BANKERS  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES 

t — The  National  City  Bank  Boston — The  Merchants  National  Bank 

knal  Bank  of  Commerce  Buffalo — The  Marine  National  Bank 

Park  Bank  San  Francisco — The  First  National  Bank 

Fourth  Street  National  Bank  The  Anglo  and  London  Paris  National  Bank 


in  Canada  and  London,  Eng.,  for  the  Canadian  Government 


BANKS  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S 


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Incorporated  by  Act  of  Parliament 


if  Montreal 


Capital  Authorized . $  25,000,000 

Capital  Paid  Up .  16,000,000 

Rest .  16,000,000 

Undivided  Profits .  1,046,217 

Deposits  by  the  Public .  189,572,838 

Total  Assets  (31st  October,  1913) .  244,787,044 


BANK  OF  MONTREAL  BUILDING 
MAIN  STREET  AND  PORTAGE  AVENUE 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

The  Right  Hon.  Lord  Strathcona  and  Mount  Royal 
G.C.M.G.,  G.C.V.O.,  Honorary  President 

H.  V.  MEREDITH,  President 

R.  B.  ANGUS 

E.  B.  GREENSHIELDS 

SIR  WILLIAM  C.  MACDONALD 

SIR  THOMAS  SHAUGHNESSY,  K.C.V.O. 

HON.  ROBERT  MACKAY 

DAVID  MORRICE 

CHARLES  R.  HOSMER 

A.  BAUMGARTEN 

CHARLES  B.  GORDON 

HUNTLEY  R.  DRUMMOND 

D.  FORBES  ANGUS 

WILLIAM  McMASTER 


SIR  FREDERICK  WILLIAMS-TAYLOR,  General 
Manager 

A.  D.  BRAITH  WAITE,  Assistant  General  Manager 

A.  MACNIDER,  Chief  Inspector  and  Superintendent 
of  Branches 

CAMPBELL  SWEENY,  Superintendent  British  Col¬ 
umbia  Branches 

F.  J.  COCKBURN,  Superintendent  Quebec  Branches 

E.  P.  WINSLOW,  Superintendent  North  West  Branches 

D.  R.  CLARKE,  Superintendent  Maritime  Provinces 
and  Newfoundland  Branches 


A.  F.  D.  MacGachen,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 

G.  P.  Worsley,  Assistant  Manager 

ain  Street  and  Portage  Avenue 


rt  Rouge  Branch  - 
>gan  Avenue  Branch 


Osborne  Street,  corner  Stradbrooke  Avenue 
936  Logan  Avenue,  corner  Trinity  Street 


8 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Union  Bank 


HEAD  OFFICE!  WINNIPEG 


Branches  as  on 

November  29th 

1913 : 

MANITOBA 

Baldur 

Cypress  River 

Manitou 

Rapid  City 

Virdep 

Winnipeg  (cont) 

Birtle 

Dauphin 

Melita 

Roblin 

Waskada 

Portage  &  Ar¬ 

Boissevain 

Deloraine 

Minnedosa 

Roland 

Wawanesa 

lington 

Brandon 

Glenboro 

Minto 

Russell 

Well  wood 

Portage  &  Garr; 

Carberry 

Hamiota 

Morden 

Shoal  Lake 

Winnipeg 

Sargent  Ave. 

Carman 

Hartney 

Neepawa 

Somerset 

Corydon  Avc 

.  Sargent  &  Ar¬ 

Carroll 

Holland 

Nesbitt 

Souris 

Logan  Ave. 

lington 

Clearwater 

Killarney 

Newdale 

Strathclair 

North  End 

Crystal  City 

McCreary 

Ninga 

The  Pas 

Portage  Ave. 

SASKATCHEWAN 

Abbey 

Dummer 

Kerrobert 

Meyronne 

Qu’Appelle 

Togo 

Adanac 

Eastend 

Kindersley 

Milestone 

Regina 

Tompkins 

Alsask 

Esterhazy 

Landis 

Moose  Jaw 

Rocanville 

Vanguard 

Areola 

Estevan 

Lang 

Moosomin 

Rosetown 

Veregin 

Asquith 

Eyebrow 

Lanigan 

Morse 

Saskatoon 

Viceroy 

Assiniboia 

Fillmore 

Lemberg 

Netherhill 

Sceptre 

Wapella 

Bounty 

Gravelbourg 

Loverna 

Neudorf 

Scott 

Watrous 

Buchanan 

Guernsey 

Lumsden 

Ogema 

Shaunavon 

Wawato 

Cabri 

Gull  Lake 

Luseland 

Outlook 

Simpson 

Webb 

Canora 

Herbert 

Macklin 

Oxbow 

Sintaluta 

Weyburn 

Carlyle 

Hughton 

Maple  Creek 

Pense 

Southey 

Wilkie 

Craik 

Humboldt 

Maryfield 

Perdue 

Strassburg 

Windthorst 

Cupar 

Indian  Head 

McRorie 

Piapot 

Swift  Current 

Wolseley 

Cut  Knife 

Jansen 

Melfort 

Plenty 

Tessier 

Yorkton 

Dinsmore 

Kelfield 

Melvinhurst 

Prince  Albert 

Theodore 

Zealandia 

ALBERTA 


Airdrie 

Bowden 

Cereal 

Empress 

Irvine 

Pincher  Creek 

Alix 

Bow  Island 

Chinook 

Fort  Saskatchewan Lacombe 

Seven  Persons 

Barons 

Brooks 

Claresholm 

Grande  Prairie 

Langdon 

Standard 

Bashaw 

Calgary 

Cochrane 

Grassy  Lake 

Lethbridge 

Strathmore 

Bassano 

Carbon 

Consort 

Hanna 

MacLeod 

Swalwell 

Bellevue 

Cardston 

Cowley 

High  River 

Medicine  Hat 

Three  Hills 

Blackie 

Carlstadt 

Didsbury 

Hillcrest 

Okotoks 

Wainwright 

Blairmore 

Carstairs 

Edmonton 

Innisfail 

Passburg 

Winnifred 

BRITISH 

COLUM  BIA 

Enderby 

Nanaimo 

Prince  Rupert 

Vancouver 

Vancouver  (cont) 

Vancouver  Heights 

Glacier 

New  Hazelton 

Smithers 

City  Heights 

Granville  &  Rob- Vernon 

Hazelton 

Newport 

Telkwa 

Cordova  St. 

son  Sts. 

Victoria 

Lillooet 

New  Westminster 

Fairview 

Main  St. 

Mount  Pleasant 

ONTARIO 

Alexandria 

Erin 

Hepworth 

New  Liskeard 

Portland 

Toronto  (cont) 

Barrie 

Fenwick 

Hillsburg 

North  Gower 

Roseneath 

Eglinton 

Belleville 

Fisherville 

Islington 

Norwood 

St.  Catharines 

Gerrard  and 

Berlin 

Fort  William 

Jarvis 

Orillia 

Shelburne 

Greenwood 

Brampton 

Fournier 

Kemptville 

Orton 

Smith’s  Falls 

Terauley  &  Ger¬ 

Canboro 

Galt 

K  inburn 

Osgoode  Station  Smithville 

rard  Sts. 

Canfield 

Goderich 

Kingsville 

Ottawa 

Springbrook 

Sunny  side 

C'arleton  Place 

Grimsby 

Leamington 

Bank  Street 

Stirling 

1170  Yonge  St. 

Cayuga 

Guelph 

Manotick 

Market 

Stittsville 

Wark  worth 

Cookstown 

St  Patrick’s  Wrd 

Melbourne 

Somerset  St. 

Sydenham 

West  Lome 

Cooksville 

Haileybury 

Merrickville 

Owen  Sound 

Thornton 

Westport 

Crysler 

Hagersville 

Metcalfe 

Pakenham 

Toledo 

Wheatley 

Dundalk 

Hamilton 

Mimico 

Peterboro 

Toronto 

Wiarton 

Diinnville 

East  End 

Mount  Brydges 

South  End 

Bloor  &  Clinton 

Winchester 

Easton’s  Corners 

Locke  Street 

Newboro 

Picton 

Church  &  Wei 

Englehart 

Hastings 

New  Dundee 

Plantagenet 

lesley 

QUEBEC 

Aylmer 

Montreal 

Montreal 

(cont)  Montreal  (cont) 

Papineauville 

Dalhousie  Station 

Ontario  & 

Bour-  St.  Catherine  & 

St.  Catherine  St. 

Quebec 

•Jonquieres 

bonniere 

St. 

Christophe 

West 

Place  d’Armes 

Kenogami 

St.  Lawrence  & 

St.  Polycarpe  ( 

Fairmount 

NEW  BRUNSWICK-Halifax  NOVA  SCOTIA—  3t.  John 


LONDON,  ENGLAND — 51  Threadneedle  Street,  E.C. 

F.  W.  Ashe,  Manager  G.  M.  C.  Hart-Smith,  Assistant  Manager 

West  End  Branch  :  The  Haymarket  cor.  Panton  Street 

A  Visitors'  Room  is  provided  for  the  convenience  of  clients  of  the  Bank  when  in  London,  to  which  their  mail  may 

addressed.  1 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S 


9 


of  Canada 

ESTABLISHED  1865 


Paid  Up  Capital .  $5,000,000 

Rest... .....  .  3.400,000 

Deposits . . (over)  64,595,288 

Total  Assets  (29th  November,  1913) .  80,766,532 


Board  of  Directors  : 

Wm .  Price,  Esq .  Honorary  President 

John  Galt,  Esq . President 

R,  T.  Riley,  Esq . Vice-President 

Geo.  H.  Thomson,  Esq . Vice-President 

V.  R.  Allan,  Esq.  o>  E.  E.  A.  Duvernet,  Esq.,K.C.  F.  E.  Kenaston,  Esq.  F.  W.  Heubach,  Esq. 

at. -Col.  John  Carson  J  '{  Stephen  Haas,  Esq.  E.  L.  Drewry,  Esq.  B.  B.  Cronyn,  Esq. 

stf  mcHvtsu  bi~  |  I M.  Bull,  Esq.  Hon.  Samuel  Barker,  P.C.,  M.P. 


Main  Office  Winnipeg 
Main  Street,  corner  William  Avenue 


G.  H.  Balfour,  General  Manager 

H.  B.  Shaw,  Assistant  General  Manager 

F.  W.  S.  Crispo,  Superintendent  of  Branches 


Savings  Bank  Department 

Established  at  All  Branches 

Special  attention  given  to  Depositors,  and 
Interest  allowed  on  Deposits  of  $1.00  and 
upwards  at  Current  Rates. 

Accounts  of  Farmers,  Manufacturers  and 
Merchants  accepted  on  favorable  terms. 
Loans  and  Advances  made  at  customary  rates. 

A  General  Banking  Business 
Transacted 

Accounts  of  American  Banks  will  receive 
special  attention.  An  extensive  Branch  Sys¬ 
tem  comprising  over  313  Branches — 200  west 
of  the  Great  Lakes — extending  from  Halifax 
to  Prince  Rupert,  affords  excellent  facilities 
for  the  transaction  of  all  Banking  Business. 


Agents  and  Correspondents  in  all  cities  of 
importance  throughout  Canada,  the  United 
Kingdom,  the  Continent  of  Europe  and  the 
British  Colonies. 

Drafts,  Letters  of  Credit  and  Travellers’ 
Cheques 

Issued,  negotiable  in  all  parts  of  the  world. 


IVI 


Winnipeg  Branches! 

ain  Office  D.  M.  Neeve,  Manager  Main  Street,  cor.  William  Avenue 

Portage  and  Garry  Branch  F.  J.  Boulton,  Mgr.  250  Portage  Ave.,  cor.  Garry  St. 

North  End  Branch  A.  F.  Schimnowski,  Mgr.  409)4  Selkirk  Ave.,  cor.  Salter  St. 
Logan  Avenue  Branch  J.  V.  Harrison,  Mgr.  646  Logan  Avenue,  cor.  Sherbrook  St. 
Sargent  Avenue  Branch  J.  V.  Harrison,  Mgr.  577  Sargent  Ave.,  cor.  Sherbrook  St. 
Corydon  Avenue  Branch  S.  B.  O'Connell,  Mgr.  Corydon  Avenue,  cor.  Osborne  St. 

W.  W.  Barry,  Mgr.  490  Portage  Ave.,  near  Balmoral  St. 
W.  W.  Barry,  Mgr.  869  Portage  Ave.,  near  Arlington  St. 
J.  V.  Harrison,  Mgr.  796  Sargent  Ave.,  cor.  Arlington  St. 


Portage  Avenue  Branch 
Portage  and  Arlington 
Sargent  and  Arlington 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia 


INCORPORATED  1832 


Head  Office  -  Halifax 


Winnipeg  Branch 


Capital  Paid  Up  $5,962,470 

Reserve  Fund  -  10,837,458 

Total  Assets  -  80,000,000 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

JOHN  Y.  PAYZANT  -  President 
CHARLES  ARCHIBALD  Vice-President 
G.  S.  Campbell  J.  Walter  Allison 

Hector  Mclnnes  N.  Curry 

J.  H.  Plummer  R.  E.  Harris,  K.C. 

General  Manager's  Office  -  Toronto 

H.  A.  Richardson  -  General  Manager 
D.  Waters  -  Assistant  General  Manager 


CORRESPONDENTS 

Great  Britain— The  London  Joint  Stock 
Bank,  Limited.  Royal  Bank  of  Scotland. 
France— Credit  Lyonnais. 

Germany — Dresdner  Bank. 

United  States — New  York — Bank  of  New 
York,  N.B.A.  Boston — Merchants  National 
Bank.  Chicago  —  First  National  Bank. 
Philadelphia — Fourth  Street  National  Bank. 
Baltimore — Citizens  National  Bank.  San 
Francisco — Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce. 
Minneapolis — First  National  Bank. 


Branches  of  the  Bank  in  Western 
Canada 


Calgary 

Calgary,  West  End 
Edmonton 
Kamsack 
Moose  Jaw 
Prince  Albert 
Regina 


Saskatoon 

Saskatoon,  West  End 
Vancouver 

Granville  Street 
Hastings  Street 
Victoria 
Winnipeg 


102  Branches  in  Canada,  Newfoundland,  West  Indies  and  the  United  States 


A  General  Banking  Business  Transacted 

Interest  allowed  on  Deposits  of  One  Dollar  or  over  at  highest 
current  rates. 

Sterling  Exchange  bought  and  sold. 

Letters  of  Credit  available  all  over  the  world,  and  Travellers’ 
Cheques  issued. 


Safety  Deposit  Vaults 

Boxes  to  rent  from  $5.00  per  annum  and  upwards. 

The  patronage  of  those  requiring  a  safe  depository  for  their 
securities  or  other  valuables  is  solicited. 


Blair  Robertson,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 

254  Portage  Avenue,  cor.  Garry  St. 


BANKS  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S 


11 


ESTABLISHED  IN  1836  INCORPORATED  BY  ROYAL  CHARTER  IN  1840 

The  Bank  of 


British  North  America 


Paid  Up  Capital 
Reserve  Fund  - 
Total  Assets  over 


$  4,866,666 
2,920,000 
66,000,000 


5  Gracechurch  Street,  London,  E.C. 


Head  Office : 

J.  DODDS,  Secretary 

J.  H.  BRODIE,  ESQ. 

J.  H.  MAYNE  CAMPBELL,  ESQ. 
JOHN  JAMES  CATER,  ESQ.. 


COURT  OF  DIRECTORS 

RICHARD  H.  GLYN,  ESQ. 

E.  A.  HOARE,  ESQ. 

HENRY  J.  B.  KENDALL,  ESQ. 


W.  S.  GOLDBY,  Manager 


FREDERIC  LUBBOCK,  ESQ. 
C.  W.  TOMKINSON,  ESQ. 
GEO.  D  WHATMAN,  ESQ. 


Head  Office  in  Canada  -  140  St.  James  Street,  Montreal 


H.  B.  Mackenzie,  General  Manager 


JAMES  ANDERSON,  Superintendent  of  Branches 
JOHN  McEACHERN,  Superintendent  of  Central  Branches,  Winnipeg 
O.  R.  ROWLEY,  Chief  Inspector 
A.  S.  HALL,  Inspector,  Winnipeg 


AGENCIES  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES,  ETC. 

New  York — 52  Wall  Street — H.  M.  J.  McMichael  and  W.  T.  Oliver,  Agents 
San  Francisco — 264  California  Street — G.  B.  Gerrard  and  A.  S.  Ireland,  Agents 
Chicago — Merchants  Loan  and  Trust  Company 

FOREIGN  AGENTS — LONDON  BANKERS — The  Bank  of  England  and  Messrs.  Glyn  &  Co. 
LIVERPOOL— Bank  of  Liverpool.  SCOTLAND — National  Bank  of  Scotland,  Limited,  and 
Branches.  IRELAND— Provincial  Bank  of  Ireland,  Limited,  and  Branches;  National  Bank, 
Limited,  and  Branches.  AUSTRALIA — Union  Bank  of  Australia,  Limited.  NEW  ZEALAND 
— Union  Bank  of  Australia,  Limited  INDIA ,  CHINA  AND  JAPAN — Mercantile  Bank  of 
India,  Limited.  WEST  INDIES — Colonial  Bank.  PARIS— Credit  Lyonnais.  LYONS— Credit 
Lyonnais. 

Drafts  on  South  Africa  and  West  Indies  may  be  obtained  at  the  Bank’s  Branches 
Issues  Circular  Notes  for  Travellers,  available  in  all  parts  of  the  world 
Agents  in  Canada  for  Colonial  Bank,  London  and  West  Indies 

Savings  Departments  at  all  Branches 

Special  care  given  to  Savings  Accounts,  which  may  be  opened  with  deposits  of 
$1.00  and  Upwards. 

Accounts  of  Commercial,  Manufacturing  and  Business  Firms  carried  on  the  most 
favorable  terms.  Prompt,  courteous,  satisfactory  service  in  every  department  cf 
Banking. 

LOANS  MADE  TO  RESPONSIBLE  PARTIES 

A  Strong  British  Bank,  with  Connections  Throughout  the  World 


G.  A.  C.  Weir,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 

436  Main  Street,  near  McDermot 

McGregor  and  Selkirk  Avenue  Branch,  D.  H.  ALLAN,  Manager,  592  Selkirk  Ave. 


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Bank  of  Hamilton 


HEAD  OFFICE:  HAMILTON,  ONT. 

Paid  Up  Capital  $  3,000,000 

Reserve  and  Undivided  Profits  -  3,600,000 

Total  Assets  -  46,327,488 

DIRECTORS 

HON.  WM.  GIBSON,  President  J.  TURNBULL,  Vice-President  and  General  Manager 

C.  A.  Birge  Geo.  Rutherford  W.  A.  Wood 

Col.  The  Hon.  J.  S.  Hendrie,  C.V.O.  C.  C.  Dalton,  Toronto 

WESTERN  ADVISORY  BOARD 

Hon.  C.  H.  Campbell  C.  H.  Newton  H.  A.  Aylwin,  Western  Superintendent 


BRITISH  ( 

National  Provinci 

AMERICAN 

New  York,  Hanover  National  Bank 
“  Fourth  National  Bank 
Philadelphia.  First  National  Bank 
Boston,  International  Trust  Co 
“  National  Shawmut  Bank 
Buffalo,  Marine  National  Bank 
Pittsburg,  Mellon  National  Bank 
Detroit,  Old  Detroit  National  Bank 
San  Francisco,  Crocker  National  Bank 

Collections  effected  in  all  pa 


^respondents: 

Bank  of  England,  Ltd. 

RRESPONDENTS  : 

Chicago,  Continental  and  Commercial 

National  Bank 
“  First  National  Bank 

St.  Louis,  National  Bank  of  Commerce 

“  Third  National  Bank 

Kansas  City,  National  Bank  of  Commerce 
Minneapolis,  Security  National  Bank 
Seattle,  Bank  of  California 

s  of  Canada  promptly  and  cheaply 


SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT  at  Every  Office  of  the  Bank 


Winnipeg  Branches: 

MAIN  OFFICE — 399  Main  St.,  cor.  McDermot  Ave . F.  E.  Kilvert,  Manager 

PRINCESS  STREET — 138  Princess  Street . W.  L.  Birnie,  Agent 

NORWOOD — Marion,  N.W.  cor.  Tache . R.  M.  Doull,  Agent 


Banque  D’Hochelaga 

Established  1874 


Authorized  Capital 
Capital  Paid-Up  - 
Reserve  Fund 

Total  Assets  (30  Nov.  1913)  over 


$  4,000,000 
4,000,000 
3,625,000 
31,894,709 


Head  Office:  -  Montreal 


J.  A.  VAILLANCOURT,  President  BEAUDRY  LEM  AN,  Superintendent  of  Agencies 
YVON  LAMARRE,  Inspector  F.  G.  LEDUC,  Manager 


PRINCIPAL  EASTERN  OFFICES 

Twenty-seven  Branches  in  Montreal,  Quebec  and  Sherbrooke 

BRANCHES  IN  WESTERN  CANADA 

Edmonton,  Alta.,  Prince  Albert,  Sask.,  St.  Albert,  Alta.,  St.  Boniface,  Man.,  St.  Paul  des  Metis,  Alta. 

St.  Pierre,  Man.,  Winnipeg,  Man. 

We  issue  Circular  Letters  of  Credit  and  Travellers’  Checks  available 
in  all  parts  of  the  world,  open  Commercial  Credits,  Buy  Foreign  Exchange 
and  Sell  Drafts,  Cable  and  Telegraphic  Transfers  on  all  important  points. 
Collections  made  in  all  parts  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  and  return  promptly 
remitted  at  the  lowest  rate  of  exchange. 


Winnipeg  Branches: 

MAIN  OFFICE — 433  Main  Street . E.  Belair,  Manager 

ST.  BONIFACE — 27  Provencher  Avenue . . J.  H.  N.  Leveille,  Manager 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO'S 


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The 

Bank  of  Ottawa 

ESTABLISHED  1874 

Capital  Authorized 
Capital  Paid  Up 
Rest  -  -  - 

Total  Deposits  - 
Total  Assets  (Nov.  30,  1913) 

BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

Hon.  GEORGE  BRYSON,  President  JOHN  B.  FRASER,  Vice-President 

Sir  Henry  N.  Bate,  Russell  Blackburn,  Henry  K.  Egan,  David  Maclaren, 

Denis  Murphy,  Hon.  George  H.  Perley,  Edwin  C.  Whitney 

Head  Office  -  Ottawa,  Ont. 

George  Burn . . . General  Manager 

D.  M.  Finnie . Asst.  General  Manager 

W.  Duthie,  Chief  Inspector 
J.  H.  Neeve  and  G.  H.  Ross,  Inspectors 


An  efficient  banking  service  is  furnished  by  this  Institution  to 

Corporations,  Merchants  and  Business  Firms 

Money  transmitted  to  any  point  in  the  world  by 

Bank  Draft,  Telegraphic  Transfer,  Cable  Transfer 

The  Bank  transacts  every  description  of  banking  business 

Savings  Bank  Department 

Interest  allowed  at  Current  Rates 

Prompt  and  careful  attention  given  to  all  banking  and  financial 
matters  entrusted  to  us. 

This  Bank  offers  to  clients  every  facility  which  their  balances, 
business  and  responsibility  warrant. 


ST.  JAMES  BRANCH— A.  G.  DUNNETT,  Manager 
Phone  Sher.  538  —  Parkview,  cor.  Portage  Avenue 

J.  B.  MONK,  Manager,  Winnipeg  Branch 

Phone  Main  404  -  363  Main  Street 


$  5,000,000 
4,000,000 
4,750,000 
40,807,499 
54,674,231 


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Home  Bank  of  Canada 

Original  Charter  1854 
HEAD  OFFICE  -  -  TORONTO 

Capital  Authorized  -  $2,000,000  Reserve  Fund  -  -  $ "  650,000 

Capital  Paid  Up  -  -  $1,938,208  Total  Assets  (May  31, 1913)  $14,735,100 

Board  of  Directors: 

Col.  The  Hon.  James  Mason  -  President  Thomas  Flynn  ...  Vice-President 
E.  G.  Gooderham  John  Persee,  Winnipeg,  Man. 

Thomas  A.  Crerar,  Winnipeg,  Man.  John  Kennedy,  Swan  River,  Man. 

C.  B.  McNaught  A.  Claude  Macdonell,  M.P. 

Col.  The  Hon.  James  Mason  -  General  Manager  J.  Cooper  Mason  -  Assistant  General  Manager 
John  Adair  -  Supervisor  Western  Branches 

Branches  in  M  anitoba— Crystal  City,  Goodlands,  Grandview,  Lyleton,  Neepawa,  Winnipeg 
Branches  in  Saskatchewan — Moose  Jaw,  Sintaluta,  Welwyn,  Weyburn 

British  Columbia  Branch—  Fernie 

General  Banking  Business  Transacted 

Letters  of  Credit,  Drafts  and  Money  Orders  Issued 
Payable  in  Every  Part  of  the  World 
Sterling  and  U.  S.  Exchange  Bought  and  Sold 

Savings  Department 

Deposits  of  $1.00  and  upwards  received  and  Interest  allowed  at  highest  rates 

WILLIAM  A.  MACHAFFIE,  MANAGER 
WINNIPEG  BRANCH 

426  Main  Street  -  Phone  Garry  1621 


Incorporated  by  Act  of  the  Parliament  of  Canada 
Business  Founded  1795 

American  Bank  Note  Company 

Head  Office  and  Works Ottawa 

Engravers  and  Printers 

Of  Bank  Notes,  Postage  Stamps,  Bonds,  Share 
Certificates,  Drafts,  Checks,  Letters  of  Credit, 
and  all  kinds  of  Securities  for  Corporations  and 
Governments 

Work  acceptable  on  all  Stock  Exchanges 
Special  safeguards  against  counterfeiting 


Phone  Main  6678 

C.  J.  Mills,  Manager  Western  Branch,  Winnipeg 

Union  Bank  Building 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S 


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The  Dominion  Bank 

Head  Office  -  Toronto 


Capital  Paid-Up .  . $  5,600,000 

Reserve  Fund .  7,200,000 

Deposits  by  the  Public .  62,500,000 

Total  Assets  .  83,000,000 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS  I 

SIR  EDMUND  B.  OSLER,  M.P.  -  President 

WILMOT  D.  MATTHEWS  -  -  Vice-President 

HON.  JAMES  J.  FOY,  K.C.,  M.L.A.  J.  C.  EATON  A.  M.  NANTON 

A.  W.  AUSTIN  W.  R.  BROCK  JAMES  CARRUTHERS  R.  J.  CHRISTIE 

ERIC  W.  HAMBER  and  H.  W.  HUTCHINSON 

CLARENCE  A.  BOGERT,  General  Manager  F.  L.  PATTON,  Superintendent  of  Western  Branches 

W  T  frWVN  ^Vpstprn  I nsnprtor 
E.  A.  BEGGj  Assistants  to  the  General  Manager  WALTER  WI LEY,  Eastern  Inspector 

A.  PEPLERj 

Branches  and  Agencies  throughout  Canada  and  the  United  States 

London  Office:  73  Cornhill,  London,  E.C. 

A  Special  Department  provided  for  the  Use  of  Visitors  and  Bearers  of  this  Bank’s 

Letters  of  Credit 

A  Necessity  When  Travelling 

Travellers’  Checks  and  Letters  of  Credit,  issued  by  this  Bank,  are  cashed  in  any 
part  of  the  world.  They  are  self-identifying,  and  make  it  an  easy  matter  to  procure 
ready  money  at  any  stage  of  the  journey.  If  lost  or  stolen  they  are  of  no  value  to  finder 
or  thief.  Full  information  regarding  these  conveniences  of  travel  may  be  obtained  at 
any  branch  of  The  Dominion  Bank. 

Savings  Bank  Department 

Interest  added  Half-yearly  on  Deposits  of  One  Dollar  and  Upwards 

Accounts  of  Corporations,  Municipalities,  School  Districts 
Manufacturers,  Merchants,  Importers,  Farmers  and  Indi¬ 
viduals  solicited.  Special  Attention  given  to  Collections. 

Sterling  and  Foreign  Exchange  Bought  and  Sold. 


BRANCHES  IN  THE  CITY  OF  WINNIPEG 

Main  Office:  -  -  440  Main  Street,  Corner  McDermot  Avenue 

F.  L.  Patton,  Manager  G.  R.  Heron,  Assistant  Manager 

North  End  Branch : .  687  Main  Street 

W.  S.  Darling,  Manager 

Notre  Dame  Branch:  -  648  Notre  Dame  Ave. ,  Cor.  Sherbrook  Street 

C.  M.  Denison,  Manager 

Portage  Avenue  Branch  :  650  Portage  Ave.,  S.E.  Cor.  Sherbrook  Street 

R.  F.  Sutton,  Manager 


St.  John’s  Branch : 
Arlington  Branch: 


1-  -  Main  Street,  S.W.  Corner  Redwood  Avenue 

E.  J.  Townshend,  Manager 

879  Portage  Avenue,  Corner  Arlington  Street 

H.  C.  T.  Wright,  Acting  Manager 


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Established  1875 

Imperial  Bank 

of  Canada 


Capital  Authorized  - 
Capital  Paid-up  - 
Reserve  and  Undivided  Profits 
Total  Assets,  over  - 


$10,000,000 

6,925,000 

8,400,000 

80,000,000 


DIRECTORS  : 

D.  R.  WILKIE  -  -  -  President 

HON.  ROBERT  JAFFRAY-  Vice-President 

WM.  RAMSAY,  of  Bowland  ELIAS  ROGERS  SIR  WM.  WHYTE,  Winnipeg 

Stowe.  Scotland  PELEG  HOWLAND  J.  KERR  OSBORNE 

HON.  RICHARD  TURNER.  Quebec  W.  J.  GAGE  CAWTHRA  MULOCK 

WM.  HAMILTON  MERRITT,  M.D.,  St.  Catharines 


Head  Office  -  Toronto 


D.  R.  WILKIE,  General  Manager  E.  HAY,  Asst.  General  Manager  W.  MOFFAT,  Chief  Inspector 

BRANCHES 

Principal  Branches  in  Provinces  of  Ontario  and  Quebec— Fort  William,  Hamilton,  Kenora, 
London,  Ottawa.  Port  Arthur,  Toronto,  Montreal,  Quebec.  Also  thirty-five  other  branches  throughout 
the  Province  of  Ontario. 

Province  of  M an itoba— Brandon,  Portage  la  Prairie,  Winnipeg. 

Province  of  Saskatchewan  —  Balgonie,  Broadview,  Candahar,  Ft.  Qu’Appelle,  Hague,  McLean, 
Moose  Jaw,  North  Battleford,  Prince  Albert,  Regina,  Rosthern,  Saskatoon,  Wilkie,  Wynyard. 
Province  of  Alberta— Athabasca  Landing,  Banff,  Calgary,  Edmonton,  Lethbridge,  Medicine  Hat, 
Millet,  Red  Deer,  Redcliff,  Strathcona,  Wetaskiwin. 

Province  of  British  Columbia — Arrowhead,  Chase,  Cranbrook,  Fernie,  Golden,  Invermere,  Kamloops, 
Michel,  New  Michel,  Nelson,  Revelstoke,  Vancouver,  Victoria,  Wilmer. 

AGENTS  AND  CORRESPONDENTS 

Great  Britain— Lloyd's  Bank,  Limited.  Manchester  and  Liverpool  District  Banking  Co.,  Ltd.  The 
Commercial  Bank  of  Scotland,  Limited. 

France — Credit  Lyonnais.  Germany — Deutsche  Bank. 

United  States — New  York:  Bank  of  the  Manhattan  Company  ;  Bank  of  America;  Merchants  National 
Bank;  National  Bank  of  Commerce;  Bank  of  Montreal.  Boston:  National  Shawmut  Bank. 
Chicago:  First  National  Bank.  Duluth:  First  National  Bank.  St.  Paul:  Second  National  Bank. 
Minneapolis:  First  National  Bank.  San  Francisco:  Wells  Fargo  Nevada  National  Bank. 
Portland,  Okeg.  :  United  States  National  Bank. 

China  and  Japan — Hong  Kong  and  Shanghai  Banking  Corporation. 

Australia,  New  Zealand,  Tasmania — Union  Bank  of  Australia. 

Sandwich  Islands — Yokohama  Specie  Bank  ;  Bank  of  Hawaii,  Limited. 

South  Africa — Standard  Bank  of  South  Africa,  Limited. 


Savings  Department  at  All  Branches 

Interest  Allowed  on  Deposits  from  Date  of  Deposit  at  Current  Rates. 

Accounts  of  Corporations,  Municipalities,  Merchants,  Farmers  and  Private  Individuals  invited. 
Municipal  and  Other  Debentures  Purchased.  Sterling  Exchange  Bought  and  Sold. 

Letters  of  Credit,  Travellers'  Cheques,  Drafts  and  Money  Orders  issued,  payable  in  all  parts  of  the  world. 

A  General  Banking  Business  Transacted 

WINNIPEG  BRANCHES 

Main  Office  -  -  441  Main  Street,  Cor.  Bannatyne  Avenue 

Norman  G.  Leslie,  Manager  John  D.  Hood,  Assistant  Manager 

North  End  -  -  964  Main  Street,  Cor.  Selkirk  Avenue 

G.  D.  Ritchie,  Manager 

461  Portage  Avenue,  Near  Colony  Street 

C.J.  Dancer,  Manager 


Portage  Avenue 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S 


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Established  in  1864 

The  Merchants  Ban 

of  Canada 

Capital  Authorized  -  $10,000,000 

Capital  Paid-Up  -  6,881,400 

Reserve  Fund  and  Undivided  Profits  6,911,050 
Total  Assets  -----  85,017,670 

Head  Office:  St.  James  St.,  Montreal 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 


President,  SIR  H.  MONTAGU  ALLAN.  C.V.O. 


THOS.  LONG 
ANDREW  A.  ALLAN 
F.  HOWARD  WILSON 


ALEX.  BARNET 
C.  C.  BALLANTYNE 
FARQUHAR  ROBERTSON 
ALFRED  B.  EVANS 


Vice-President,  KENNETH  W.  BLACKWELL 


F.  ORR  LEWIS 
ANDREW  J.  DAWES 
GEORGE  L.  CAINS 


E.  F.  FIEBDEN,  General  Manager 
T.  E.  ME R RETT,  Superintendent  of  Branches  and.Chief  Inspector 
GEORGE  MUNRO,  Superintendent  of  Western  Branches 
JOHN  J.  GALLOWAY,  Inspector 

PRINCIPAL  EASTERN  OFFICES 

Montreal  (6  offices),  Toronto  (3  offices),  Ottawa,  Quebec,  St.  Johns,  Halifax 

BRANCHES  IN  WESTERN  CANADA 

ALBERTA 

Acme,  Botha,  Brooks,  Calgary,  Calgary — 2nd  Street  E.,  Camrose,  Carstairs,  Castor,  Chauvin, 
Coronation,  Czar,  Daysland,  Delburne,  Donalda,  Edmonton  (5  offices).  Edgerton,  Edson,  Hanna,  Hug 
henden,  Irma,  Islay,  Killam,  Lacombe,  Leduc,  Lethbridge,  Mannville,  Medicine  Hat,  Munson,  Na' 
Norway,  Okotoks,  Olds,  Raymond,  Redcliff,  Red  Deer,  Rintley,  Rumsey,  Ryley  (Sub.),  Sedgew^ 
Strome,  Stettler,  Tofield,  Trochu,  Vegreville,  Viking,  Wainwright,  Walsh,  Wetaskiwin. 

MANITOBA 

Austin,  Brandon,  Carberry,  Gladstone,  Griswold,  Hartney,  Lauder,  Macgregor,  Morris,  Napinka, 
Neepawa,  Oak  Lake,  Oakville,  Portage -la-Prairie,  Russell,  Souris,  Sidney,  Starbuck,  Winnipeg, 
Winnipeg — Bannerman  Avenue. 

SASKATCHEWAN 

Antler,  Areola,  Battleford,  Carnduff,  Frobisher,  Gainsborough,  Gull  Lake,  Kisbey,  Maple  Creek, 
Melville,  Moose  Jaw,  Oxbow,  Regina,  Saskatoon,  S.  Battleford,  Unity,  Whitewood. 

BRITISH  COLUMBIA 

Chilliwack,  Elko,  Ganges  Harbor,  Nanaimo,  New  Westminster,  Sidney,  Victoria,  Victoria  Northl 
End,  Vancouver,  Vancouver — Hastings  Street. 

Bankers  in  Great  Britain — Lordon  Joint  Stock  Bank,  Limited 
New  York  Agency— 63  and  65  Wall  Street 

fA  General  Banking  Business  Transacted 

Commercial  Letters  of  Credit,  issued,  available  in  China.  Japan,  and  other  Foreign  Countries 

Travellers’  Letters  of  Credit  and  Cheques  issued  available  in  all  parts  of  the  World. 

Drafts  sold  available  in  any  city  or  banking  town  in  the  United  Kingdom  or  United  States. 

Savings  Bank 

Interest  allowed  on  deposits  of  $1.00  and  upwards. 


Wm.  J.  FINUCAN,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 

377  Main  St.,  Cor.  Lom^^ 

BANNERMAN  AVE.  BRANCH,  Cor.  Bannerman  Av*^ 

Phone  St.John  1266  G.  A.  McEwei 


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The  Molsons  Bank 


INCORPORATED  BY  ACT  OF  PARLIAMENT  1855 


kT 

BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

Wm.  Molson  Macpherson,  President  S.  H.  Ewing,  Vice-President 
Geo.  E.  Drummond  David  McNicoll  F.  VV.  Molson  W.  A.  Black  Wm.  W.  Birks 
E.  C.  Pratt,  General  Manager  W,  H.  Draper,  Superintendent  of  Branches 

E.  W.  Waud,  Inspector  H.  A.  Harries  and  T.  Carlisle,  Assistant  Insoectors 


Capital  Authorized  - 
Capital  Paid  Up 
Reserve  Fund 
Total  Assets  - 

Head  Office 


$5,000,000 

4,000,000 

4,800,000 

50,384,268 

Montreal 


PRINCIPAL  EASTERN  OFFICES 

Montreal,  Head  Office  and  9  Branches.  Toronto  (2  Branches),  Ottawa,  Hamilton  (2  Branches),  London, 
Quebec,  etc.,  etc. 

BRANCHES  IN  WESTERN  CANADA 

Calgary,  Camrose,  Edmonton,  Lethbridge,  Port  Arthur,  Revelstoke,  Vancouver  (2  Branches), 
Winnipeg  (2  Branches).  • 

Agents  and  Correspondents  in  all  the  Principal  Cities  ot  the  World 
A  General  Banking  Business  Transacted 


439  Main  St.,  Corner  Bannatyne  Ave. 

F.  F.  Kohl,  Manager,  Winnipeg  Branch 

Portage  Avenue  Branch  -  377  Portage  Avenue,  near  Edmonton 

A.  H.  Young,  Manager 


he  Royal  Bank  of  Canada 

INCORPORATED  1069 

with  which  is  united  The  Traders  Bank  of  Canada 

Capital  Authorized . $  25,000,000 

Capital  Paid  up .  11,560,000 

Reserve  Fund .  13,575,119 

Aggregate  Assets  .  180,246,785 

Board  of  Directors 

H.  S.  HOLT,  President  E.  L.  PEASE,  Vice-President 

E.  F.  B.  JOHNSTON,  K.C.,  Second  Vice-President 
1  Wiley  Smith  D.  K.  Elliott  Wm.  Robertson  Hon.  D.  MacKeen  W.  H.  Thorne 

|A.  J.  Brown,  K.C.  Jas  Redmond  Hugh  Paton  W.  J.  Sheppard  G.  R.  Crowe 

T.  J.  Drummond  C.  S.  Wilcox  A.  E.  Dyment 

Head  Office  Montreal 

E.  L.  PEASE,  General  Manager.  W.  B.  TORRANCE,  Superintendent  of  Branches 
C.  E.  NEILL  and  F.  J.  SHERMAN,  Assistant  General  Managers 
T.  R.  WHITLEY,  Supervisor  of  Central  Western  Branches 

340  Branches  in  Canada,  Newfoundland,  Cuba  and  West  Indies 
1DON,  Eng.  2  Bank  Bldgs.,  Princes  St.,  E.C.  NEW  YORK,  68  William,  cor.CedarSt. 

A  GENERAL  BANKING  B  US  I  N  ESS  TR  A  N  SACTE  D 

vites  the  Accounts  of  Corporations,  Firms  and  Individuals  on  the  most  Liberal  Terms 
Consistent  with  Conservative  Banking 

D.  C.  REA,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 

S.  Hamilton,  Assistant  Manager 


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ESTABLISHED  1879 


INCORPORATED  1912 


Alloway  &  Champion 

LIMITED 

Members  Winnipeg  Stock  Exchange 


PRESIDENT 

WILLIAM  F.  ALLOWAY 

DIRECTORS 

Sir  Daniel  H.  McMillan,  K.C.M.G. 

Hon.  Colin  H.  Campbell,  K.C. 

Daniel  E.  Sprague 

General  Manager  - 
Secretary  .... 


VICE-PRESIDENT  AND  TREASURER 

HENRY  T.  CHAMPION 

A.  McTavish  Campbell 
Frederick  W.  lleubach 
Charles  V.  Alloway 
John  J.  Lenfestey 
Peter  Lowe 


Capital  Authorized .  $3,000,000 

Capital  Paid  Up  .  1,025,000 

Reserve  Fund .  120,000 


STOCK  AND  BOND  BROKERS 

STEAMSHIP  AGENTS  FOREIGN  EXCHANGE  BROKERS 

Bankers 

and  Brokers 

Conduct  a  General  Banking-  Business 

Stocks  and  Bonds  Bought  and  Sold  on  all  Principal  Stock. Exchanges. 

Deal  in  Government,  Municipal  and  Corporation  Bonds,  and  School 
Debentures  suitable  for  Government  Deposit 
Make  Loans  Against  Approved  Collateral 
Make  Collections  Speedily  and  at  Favorable  Rates 
Transfer  Money  by  Mail  or  Telegraph  to  All  Parts  of  the  World 
Pay  the  Highest  Market  Rates  for  Foreign  Drafts,  Coin  and  Currency 
Travellers’  Cheques  Payable  Everywhere 
Sell  Drafts  on  All  Parts  of  the  World 

Steamship  Department 
Representing  all  Transatlantic  Lines 

General  Passenger  Agents  for  Western  Canada — 

North  German  Lloyd  Steamship  Company 


Main  Office: 

362  Main  Street,  near  Portage  Avenue  Phones  Main  124-125 

North  End  Branch: 

667  Main  Street  -  -  -  -  Phones  Main  3863-3864 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The 

Northern  Trusts  Company 


Capital  Subscribed . 

.  $1,500,000 

Capital  Paid  Up . 

.  1,500,000 

Total  Assets . . 

.  8,500,000 

Head  Office 

- 

Winnipeg 

Geo.  F.  Galt . 

G.  R.  Growe . . 

R.  T.  Riley . 

. Managing  Director 

J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  K.C. 
G.  W.  Allan 
J.  H.  Ashdown 
J.  H.  Brock 


Directors  1 

M.P.  P.  Burns 

D.  K.  Elliott 
A.  Macdonald 

F.  W.  Stobart 

G.  V.  Hastings 


J.  A.  McDougall 
R.  D.  McNaughton 
A.  M.  Nanton 
J.  Robinson 


Executor  -  Administrator  -  Trustee 
Guardian  -  Estates  Managed 
Mortgage  Loans 


WE  GIVE  SPECIAL  ATTENTION  TO  THE  ADMINISTRATION 
OF  ESTATES  AND  TRUSTS  OF  EVERY  CHARACTER 


Money  to  Loan 

On  Approved  Security  at  Current  Rates  of  Interest 


Phones  Main  4790-4791 

(Private  Branch  Exchange  connecting  all  Departments) 

Great  West  Lite  Bldg.,  Lombard  Street 


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Toronto  Montreal  Winnipeg  Edmonton  Saskatoon  Regina 

National  Trust 

Company,  Limited 

J.  W.  Flavelle,  President  W.  E.  Rundle,  General  Manager 


Capital  Paid  Up .  $  1,500,000 

Reserve  Fund .  1,400,000 

Total  Assets  Over .  38,000,000 


Winnipeg  Branch,  323  Main  Street 
D.  H.  Cooper,  Manager  C.  Y.  Stanier,  Secretary 

Advisory  Board 

A.  McT.  Campbell  Hon.  G.  R.  Coldwell 

Kenneth  Mackenzie  Hon.  D.  C.  Cameron 


Authorized  to  accept  and  execute  Trusts  of  every  nature  and  to  act  as 

Trustee,  Executor,  Administrator,  Guardian, 
Liquidator,  Assignee  and  Financial  Agent 

for  Individuals  and  Corporations. 

Solicitors  bringing  Estates,  Administrations,  etc.,  to  the  Company 
are  retained  in  the  professional  care  thereof  during  the  execution 
of  the  trust. 

Wills  naming  the  Company  Executor  are  drawn  free  and  may  be  left 
for  safe  keeping  in  our  deposit  vaults  free  of  charge  and  return¬ 
able  on  demand. 

Estates  Managed 

Executors  or  Trustees  desiring  to  be  relieved  of  the  burden  of 
management  of  estates  are  invited  to  consult  with  and  employ 
the  services  of  this  Company,  whose  financial  strength  and  expert 
staff  ensure  responsible  and  capable  administration. 

Savings  Department 

4%  paid  on  Deposits  of  $1.00  and  Upwards  half-yearly,  subject 
to  withdrawal  by  cheque. 

Money  to  Loan 

On  Improved  Farm  and  City  Properties  at  lowest  current  rates. 
Low  expense.  No  commission  charged  to  Borrowers. 

Safety  Deposit  Vaults 

Rentals  from  $5.00  upward  according  to  size  of  boxes. 


National  Trust  Building 

323-325  Main  Street,  cor.  Notre  Dame  Ave.  East 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  T.  GORDON,  Esq. 

PRESIDENT 


Sir  WILLIAM  WHYTE,  K.B. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 


The 

Standard  Trusts 

A  STRONG  HOME  COMPANY 


Capital  Authorized 
Capital  Subscribed  and  Paid  Up 
Reserve  Fund  - 
Total  Assets  over  - 


$1,000,000 

750,000 

400,000 

12,000,000 


ACTS  AS 

Trustee  Executor  Administrator 
Guardian  Receiver 


Financial  and  General  Agents,  Etc. 

BOND  ISSUES  A  SPECIALTY 


Estates  Economically  and  Expeditiously  Administered 

Solicitors  bringing  same  to  Company  are  retained 
in  the  professional  care  thereof. 

Money  to  Lend  at  Lowest  Current  Rates. 


William  Harvey,  B.L.,  Managing  Director 
W.  E.  Lugsdin,  Secretary-Treasu rer 


346  Main  Street 


Branches:  Saskatoon,  Edmonton,  Vancouver 


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ESTABLISHED  1882 

The  Toronto 

GeneralTrusts 

Corporation 

Hon.  Featherston  Osler,  K.C.,  President 
J.  W.  Langmuir,  Vice  President  and  General  Manager 

Paid-Up  Capital,  31st  December,  1912  -  $1,250,000 

Reserve  Fund,  31st  December,  1912  -  -  $1,100,000 


Head  Office  -  Toronto 

Branches  -  Ottawa,  Winnipeg  and  Saskatoon 
Acts  as 

Administrator,  Executor,  Guardian, 

Committee,  Receiver,  Assignee, 

Liquidator.  Trustee  under  Wills, 

Mortgages,  Marriage  Settlements 
or  other  Trust  Deeds.  Agent,  Etc. 

Trust  Funds  to  Loan  at  Lowest  Current  Rates 
on  Improved  Farm  and  City  Property 

Manitoba  Advisory  Board 

Sir  Daniel  McMillan,  K.C.M.G.,  Chairman 
Lieut.-Governor  Cameron  H.  It.  Smith 

W.  H.  Cross  A.  L.  Crossin 

F.  T.  Griffin 


Absolute  Security 
Continuous  Service 
Reasonable  Charges 


Command  of  Investments 
Wide  Experience 
Systematic  Management 


John  Paton  -  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 


Bank  of  Hamilton  Building 

395  Main  Street,  cor.  McDermot  Avenue 


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- - 

The  Union  Trust 

Head  Office:  Temple  Building,  Toronto 

A  General  Trust  and 
Financial  Business  Transacted 

Trust  Department 

Chartered  Executor,  Administrator,  Guardian,  Liquidator, 
Trustee,  Assignee  and  Financial  Agent 
Trustees  to  Secure  Bond  Issues 
Bonds  of  Approved  Companies  Guaranteed 

Guaranteed  Investments 

Money  received  for  Investment  in  First  Mortgages,  and  Principal 
and  Interest  Guaranteed 

Special  Attention  given  to  the  Management  of  Estates,  and  every 
possible  care  and  protection  is  afforded 
Wills  kept  Free  of  Charge  in  the  Company’s  Vaults 

Mortgage  Department 

Money  to  Loan  on  Improved  Real  Estate 

Savings  Department 

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Per  Annum  Paid  on  Savings  Accounts,  subject  to  cheque 

Safe  Deposit  Vaults 

Boxes  to  Rent  $5.00  per  annum  and  upwards.  The  safest,  most 
up-to-date,  best  constructed,  most  convenient,  best  located 
boxes  in  the  city.  No  red  tape.  No  stairways  to  climb 


Western  Offices 

Union  Trust  Building 

Corner  Main  and 


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Company,  Limited 

London,  Eng.:  75  Lombard  Street,  E.C. 


Capital  Authorized  and  Paid-Up 
Reserve  Fund  (December  31,  1912) 
Assets,  Trust  Funds  and  Estates 


$  1,000,000 
850,000 
14,102,443 


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BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS: 

Charles  Magee,  Chairman  of  the  Board 
Ottawa 

H.  H.  Beck,  President 
Toronto 

Hon.  Elliott  G.  Stevenson,  Vice-President 
President  Independent  Order  of  Foresters,  Toronto 

E.  E.  A.  DuVernet,  K.C.,  Vice-President 

Director,  the  Union  Bank  of  Canada 

Hon.  Samuel  Barker,  M.P.,  P.C. 

Hamilton 

T.  WlLLES  Chitty 

Master  of  the  Supreme  Court,  London,  England 
Henry  F.  Gooderham 

Barrister,  Toronto 

Right  Hon.  Lord  Hindlip 

Hindlip  Hall,  Worcester,  England 

Charles  H.  IIoare 

Chairman,  London,  England,  Committee,  Union 
Trust  Co.,  Limited 

S.  F.  Lazier,  K.C. 

President  Hamilton  Law  Association,  Hamilton 

George  S.  May 

President  George  May  &  Sons,  Ottawa 

J.  H.  McConnell,  M.D. 

Toronto 

J.  M.  McWhinney 

General  Manager,  The  Union  Trust  Co.,  Limited, 
Toronto 

Hon.  Sir  George  W.  Ross,  Knt. 

(Formerly  Premier  of  Ontario)  Toronto 

H.  S.  Strathy 

Toronto 


Union  Trust  Building,  Main  Street,  Cor.  Lombard 


W.  W.  Evans,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 


Phone  Main  111,  Private  Exchange 

Lombard  Streets 


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Incorporated  by  Special  Act  of  the  Parliament  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada 

Prudential  Trust 

Company,  Limited 


Authorized  Capital . $1,500,000 

Capital  Issued . $1,000,000 


Board  of  Directors! 


Hon.  President  :  Farquhar  Robertson 
President  :  B.  Hal  Brown 

Edmund  Bristol,  K.C.,  M.P.,  and  W.  G.  Ross,  Vice-Presidents 


Hon.  J.  M.  Wilson,  Montreal 

Colonel  James  Mason,  Toronto 

F.  B.  Pemberton,  Victoria 

W.  J.  Green,  Toronto 

Clarence  F.  Smith,  Montreal 

Gilbert  W.  Ganong,  St.  Stephen.  N.B. 


C.  Jackson  Booth,  Otta.wa 
R.  C.  Smith,  K.C.,  Montreal 
W.  Burton  Stewart,  Montreal 
Herbert  B.  Ames,  M.P. 

Chas.  A.  Barnard,  K.C. 

Robt.  Bickerdike,  M.P. 

W.  M.  Doull 


Sir  George  Garneau 
J.  P.  Steedman 
Paul  Galibert 
W.  J.  Morrice 
W.  Grant  Morden 
W.  T.  Rodden 


London  Board  ! 

Sir  Reginald  McLeod,  K.C.B.,  Acting  Chairman 

Major-General  Sir  Ronald  Lane.  C.  B.,  K.C.V.O.;  Francis  B.  Dunsford,  J.P.;  Sir  Gilbert  Parker.  M.P. 

C.  G.  Bryan,  Manager 


Head  Office  : 

41-43  St.  Francois  Xavier  Street,  Montreal 

B.  Hal  Brown,  General  Manager 

London  Office  ! 

14  CORNHILL,  LONDON,  E.C. 

Branch  Offices! 

TORONTO  CALGARY  VICTORIA  ST.  JOHN  CHARLOTTETO WN,  P.E.I. 

WINNIPEG  EDMONTON  QUEBEC  HALIFAX  CHR1STIANNA,  NORWAY 

REGINA  VANCOUVER  OTTAWA  MOOSE  JAW 


Administrator,  Executor,  Guardian,  Trustee 

Receiver,  Liquidator,  Assignee,  Custodian 
Transfer  Agent  and  Registrar 
Trustee  for  Bondholders 
Financial  Agents 

Real  Estate  and  Insurance  Agents 

Agent  for  the  Investment  of  Funds  on  Usual  Agency  Terms,  or 
with  Guarantee  of  Company 

Management  of  Sinking  Funds  of  Companies  and  Municipalities 


Reference  Agencies! 

All  Branches  of  the 

Union  Bank  of  Canada  Home  Bank  of  Canada  Bank  of  Toronto 

Advisory  Boards  at  All  Important  Centres 


H.  P.  Pennock,  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 

Advisory  Board  :  Geo.  H.  Balfour,  W.  R.  Allan,  H.  B.  Shaw 

364  Main  Street  Phone  Main  1547 


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The 

Western  Trust 


Company 

Authorized  Capital  - 
Subscribed  Capital  - 
Paid  Up  Capital  ... 
Reserve  Fund  (earned) 

Total  Assets  (June  30th,  1913) 


$2,000,000 

1,005,000 

1,005,000 

150,000 

6,617,333 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS! 


ALAN  J.  ADAMSON,  President 
JAMES  JOHNSTON 
j.  d.  McArthur 
G.  R.  WHITMORE,  Regina 
F.  E.  KENASTON,  Minneapolis 


SIR  R.  P.  ROBLIN,  K.C.M.G.,  Vice-President 
MICHAEL  LONG 
JOHN  A.  THOMPSON 
JOHN  E.  ADAMSON 
KENNETH  MACKENZIE 


HON.  J.  H.  ROSS,  Moose  Jaw  J.  G.  TURRIFF,  M.P. 

A.  B.  COOK.  Regina  JAMES  B.  SMITH,  C.A.  (Scot.)  Secretary 


A  General  Trust  and 
Financial  Business  Transacted 

Acts  as  Executor,  Administrator.  Guardian,  Com¬ 
mittee,  Receiver,  Assignee,  Liquidator,  etc. 

Acts  as  Trustees  under  Wills,  Mortgages,  Marriage  , 
Settlements  or  other  trust  deed  by  appointment  or  sub¬ 
stitution  for  retiring  trustees. 

Receives  Money  for  Investment  in  Mortgages  or 
other  securities  under  guarantee  of  principal  and  interest, 
or  otherwise. 

The  safety  of  the  trust  fund  is  the  paramount  con¬ 
sideration  of  the  Company. 

The  Company  has  charge  of  a  large  aggregate  in 
trust  estates.  Its  business  is  to  administer  estates. 

Money  to  Loan 

On  Improved  Farm  and  City  Property 


Head  Office  for  Manitoba  1  WINNIPEG 

JAMES  B.  SMITH,  C.A.,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Head  Office  for  Saskatchewan  I  REGINA 

GEORGE  DICKSON,  Manager. 

274  Main  Street,  Phone  Main  5219 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Winnipeg 
Mercantile  Trust  Company 

Head  Office!  WINNIPEG 
Directors— 

President— J.  H.  G.  RUSSELL  Vice-Presidents-H.  L.  WILLSON,  THOS.  BRUCE 
W.  M.  Crichton  J.  H.  Willard  H.  M.  Millman 

A.  C.  Ruttan  R.  McKay  J.  Crichton 

JOHN  CRICHTON,  Managing1  Director 

Acts  as  Executor,  Administrator,  Guardian,  Liquidator 
Trustee,  Receiver,  Assignee 

Agent  for  the  Management  of  Estates,  Investment  of 
Trust  Funds  in  First  Mortgages  on  Real  Estate 

Money  to  Loan 

On  Approved  Security  at  Current  Rates 


The  Canadian  Finance  and 
Securities  Company 

Directors  ! 

J.  H.  G.  RUSSELL,  President  H.  M.  MILLMAN,  Vice-President 

W.  M.  Crichton  H.  L.  Willson 

JOHN  CRICHTON,  Manager  and  Secretary-Treasurer 

Financial  Agents 

AGREEMENTS  OF  SALE,  MORTGAGES,  ETC.,  PURCHASED 


Phone  Main  5276 


42-43  Canada  Life  Block 

208  Portage  Avenue 


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The 

Imperial  Canadian 

Trust  Company 


Authorized  Capital . $3,000,000 

Subscribed  Capital .  1,168,100 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 


CAPT.  WM.  ROBINSON 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

D.  E.  SPRAGUE,  ESQ.;  HON.  D.  C.  CAMERON,  Lieut. -Governor  Province  of  Manitoba; 
E.  F.  HUTCHINGS,  ESQ.:  SIR  GILBERT  PARKER,  M.P.,  London  Eng.; 


W.  T.  ALEXANDER,  ESQ. 

E.  D.  MARTIN,  ESQ.;  F.  H.  ALEXANDER,  ESQ.;  E.  L.  TAYLOR,  ESQ.,  Iv.C. ;  STEPHEN  D. 
LAZIER,  ESQ. ;  JAMES  SHORT,  ESQ.,  K.C.,  Calgary;  HON.  A.  C.  RUTHERFORD,  M.P.P..  Ed¬ 
monton;  WM.  H.  DUNCAN,  ESQ.,  Regina;  R.  T.  ELLIOTT,  ESQ.,  K.C.,  Victoria,  B.C.;  THOS. 
S.  McPHERSON,  ESQ.,  Victoria,  B.C. ;  JONATHAN  ROGERS,  ESQ.,  Vancouver. 

Authorized  to  act  as 

Trustee,  Executor,  Administrator 
Guardian  and  Receiver 


4%  Interest  HT'  allowed  on  Savings  Deposits 

Subject  to  cheque  withdrawal 


Trust  and  Financial  Agents 

Trust  Funds  to  Loan 

On  Improved  City  and  Farm  Property 


W.  T.  Alexander,  Managing  Director 


Head  Office!  356  Main  St. 


Telephone  Main  5754,  Private  Exchange 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Trustee  Company 

of  Winnipeg,  Limited 

Capital  Authorized  -  $1,000,000 

BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS  : 

Hon.  D.  C.  Cameron,  President  Wm.  H.  Cross,  Vice-President 

M.  J.  A.  M.  de  La  Giclais,  Managing  Director  and  Secretary-Treasurer 
E.  J.  McMurray,  B.A.,  LL.B.  Horace  Chevrier  VV.  J.  Bulman 

N.  T.  MacMillan  Hon.  J.  Bernier,  Prov.  Secretary  Hugo  Carstens 

The  Company  Acts  as 

Executor,  Administrator,  Trustee,  Guardian 
Assignee,  Liquidator,  etc.  Estates 
Managed,  Mortgage  Loans 

All  business  entrusted  to  our  care  receives  prompt  and  efficient  attention 


La  Compapie  Fonciere  de  Manitoba 

Limited 

Capital  Authorized  -  $1,000,000 

M.  J.  A.  M  de  La  Giclais,  President  and  Managing  Director 
Horace  Chevrier,  Vice-President  Antoine  Griveau,  Secretary-Treasurer 


The  Continental  Fire  Insurance  Company 

Head  Office:  Winnipeg 

M.  J.  A.  M.  de  La  Giclais, ’President  and  Managing  Director 
Joseph  Lecomte,  Vice-President  Antoine  Griveau,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Directors:  Horace  Chevrier,  Wm.  F.  Hull,  T.  J.  Langford,  P.  Marion,  L.  de  Galembert 


Norwood  Heights,  Limited 

M.  J.  A.  M.  de  La  Giclais,  Secretary-Treasurer  and  Manager 


De  La  Giclais  &  Co. 

Stock  Brokers  and  Financial  Agents 


Phone  Main  2143 

300  Nanton  Building,  203  Portage  Avenue 

Paris  Office:  8  Rue  de  la  Chaussee  D’Antin  Saskatchewan  Office:  Moose  Jaw 


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Dominion  Trust  Co. 


Authorized  Capital  -------  $5,000,000 

Subscribed  Capital  -------  2,500,000 

Paid  Up  Capital  -------  2,000,000 

Reserve  Fund  -------  800,000 

Total  Assets .  4,973,161 

Trusteeships,  executorships,  and  trusts  under  admin¬ 
istration  (31st  December,  1912)-  -  6,217,983 

Trusteeships,  for  bondholders  -  25,308,000 


Head  Office  -  Vancouver,  B.C. 

W.  R.  ARNOLD,  Managing  Director  E.  P.  MILLER,  General  Manager 


Vancouver 

Victoria 

New  Westminster 
Nanaimo 


BRANCHES  ! 

Win  mpeg’ 
Regina 
Calgary 
Charlottetown 


Montreal 

London,  England 
Antwerp,  Belguim 


Transacts  a  Strictly  Trust  Company  Business 

Acts  as  Trustee  under  Wills,  Mortgages,  Marriage  Settlements,  or  other  Trust  Deeds  by  appoint¬ 
ment  or  substitution  for  retiring  Trustees, 

Administrator  without  a  will  or  with  the  will  annexed. 

Guardian  of  a  minor  or  an  incapable  person. 

Receives  money  for  investments  in  Mortgages  or  other  securities. 

Collects  Interest,  Dividends  and  Coupons,  as  Agent  for  Investors,  Married  Women,  Executors 
and  others. 

Undertakes  the  Management  and  Sale  of  Real  Estate,  Collection  of  Rents,  etc. 

Trustee  under  Mortgage  for  Bond  Issues  of  every  description. 

Registrar  and  Transfer  Agent  of  Stocks  and  Bonds  for  Financial  and  Industrial  Companies. 
Receives,  Invests  and  Manages  Sinking  Funds. 

Acts  as  Assignee,  Liquidator  or  Receiver  in  business  embarrassments. 


Mortgages  and  Insurance 

Insurance  Companies  Represented  ! 

Railway  Passengers  Assurance  Company,  of  London,  England 
Liverpool  Victoria  Insurance  Corporation,  of  London,  England 
Providence  Washington  Insurance  Company,  of  Providence,  R.I. 

Safety  Deposit  Vaults 

The  Safe  Deposit  Vaults  of  the  Dominion  Trust  Company  are  fitted  with  all  modern  improve¬ 
ments  and  are  absolutely  fire-proof  and  burglar  proof.  Rentals  from  $5  per  annum  upwards. 

Wills  appointing  the  Company  Executor  kept  Free  of  Charge  and  returnable  upon  demand 

4%  Interest  Allowed  on  Deposits  4% 

SUBJECT  TO  CHEQUE 


H.  W.  Trenholme,  Manager 

Harry  R.  Page  -  Manager  Fire  Insurance  Department 
B.  G.  Carnegie,  Manager  Accident  and  Liability  Insurance  Department 
Robert  G.  Marshall,  Accountant 


367  Main  Street 


Phone  Main  5800 


PRIVATE  EXCHANGE 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Canada  Permanent 

Mortgage  Corporation 

Head  Office  -  Toronto 


President  . 

1st  Vice-President  . 

2nd  Vice-President  . 

Joint  General  Managers  j  ' 

Manager  Manitoba  Branch 


W.  G.  Gooderham 
.  .W.  D.  Matthews 

. G.  W.  Monk 

. R.  S.  Hudson 

. John  Massey 

.Geo.  F.  R.  Harris 


Paid-Up  Capital 
Reserve  Fund 
Assets,  Over 


S  6.000,000 
4,000,000 
31,000,000 


Money  to 
Loan 

On  Improved  Farm  and 
City  Property 
At  Lowest  Current  Rates 


Deposits  .  . 
Bonds  .  .  . 


Interest  allowed  on  Deposits. 

Our  Bonds  offer  the  small  Investor  an 
opportunity  to  invest  his  money  profitably 
and  without  risk. 

We  issue  them  in  sums  of  One  Hundred 
Dollars  and  Upwards. 

These  Bonds  are  by  law  an  Authorized 
Trustee  Investment. 


Manitoba  Branch :  298  Garry  St 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S 


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Established  1881 

Credit  Foncier 

Franco-Canadien 

HEAD  OFFICE  -  MONTREAL,  QUE. 

Paris  (France),  Quebec,  Charlottetown,  Toronto,  Fort  William,  Winnipeg,  Regina,  Edmonton,  Vancouver 

Capital  Subscribed . $9,647,667 

Capital  Paid-Up .  4,823,833 

Reserves  and  Unappropriated  Profits .  2,005,935 

Total  Assets . (over)  50,000,000 


Mortgage  Loans 

on  Productive  Farm  and  City  Properties  at  Current  Rates 
BEST  TERMS  LOW  EXPENSE  NO  DELAY 

Debentures  Bought 

Active  and  Responsible  Agents  Wanted 


J.  H.  Bourgouin  -  Manager  Winnipeg  Branch 


Phone  Garry  3504 

1 1  Royal  Bank  Bldg.,  464  Main  St. 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Holland-Canada  Mortgage  Company 

Head  Office:  The  Hague,  Holland 

ADVISORY  BOARD 

HON.  D.  C.  CAMERON 

Lieutenant-Governor  Province  of  Manitoba,  President 
A.  McTAVISH  CAMPBELL 
Manager  Canada  Life  Assurance  Company,  Vice-President 
HON.  H.  A.  ROBSON 

Public  Utilities  Commissioner,  Ex-Judge  for  the  King's  Bench  of  Manitoba 
D.  WILSON 

Financial  Agent,  Ex-M.P.P.,  Member  of  Messrs.  Oldfield,  Kirby  &  Gardner 
F.  F.  BROCK 

Manager  Loaning  Department  of  the  Great  West  Life  Assurance  Company 


Money  to  Loan  on  Improved  City  and 
Farm  Property  at  Lowest 
Current  Rates 

CHIEF  OFFICE  FOR  CANADA: 

J.  G.  COSTER,  General  Manager 

910-911  Confederation  Life  Building 

MONEY  TO  LOAN  D E B E NTU R ES  PU RCH AS E D 

Address  :  Robert  Young,  Manager,  Investment  Department 

Canada  Life  Assurance  Company 

AGENTS  WANTED 


Phone  Main  2204  Canada  Life  Building-,  208  Portage  Avenue 


M.  Bull,  President  W.  A.  Windatt,  Manager 


Home  Investment  & 

Capital  Subscribed 
Capital  Paid-Up 
Reserve 


Savings  Association 

$864,000 
$862,490 
(over)  $400,000 


4 Yz°/q  Allowed  on  Deposits  Subject  to  Cheque 
5%  Allowed  on  Deposits  of  $100.00  or  over  left  for  a  definite  period  of 
not  less  than  6  months 


Money  Orders  Issued 


Farmer  Building,  333  Main  Street 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  .CO’S,  TRUST  CO'S. 


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Incorporated  by  Special  Act  of  Parliament  of  Canada 


The  Great  West  Permanent 
Loan  Company 


Subscribed  Capital 
Paid  Up  Capital 
Reserve  Fund 
Assets  Exceed 


$2,424,750 
2,247,297 
600,  S06 
6,106,686 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

W.  T.  ALEXANDER,  Esq. 

President  and  Manager 
E.  S.  POPHAM,  Esq.,  M.D. 

First  Vice-President 
NICHOLAS  BAWLF,  Esq. 

Second  Vice-President 
CAPT.  WILLIAM  ROBINSON 

D.  E.  SPRAGUE,  Esq. 

SIR  GILBERT  PARKER,  M.P. 
London,  Eng. 

E.  D.  MARTIN,  Esq. 

E.  L.  TAYLOR,  Esq.,  Iv.C. 

S.  D.  LAZIER,  Esq. 

F.  H.  ALEXANDER,  Esq.,  Secretary 


E.  F.  HUTCHINGS,  Esq. 
MAJOR  J.  R.  WYNNE 
H.  SANDISON,  Esq. 

HON.  THOS.  W.  PATERSQN 
Victoria 

GEO. ‘I.  WILSON,  Esq. 
Vancouver 

ALFRED  PRICE,  Esq. 

Calgary 


ADVISORY  BOARD 

JAMES  SHORT,  Esq.,  K.C. 
Calgary 

IION.  A.  C.  RUTHERFORD 
M.P.P.,  Edmonton 
CIIAS.  WILLOUGHBY,  Esq. 
Regina 

ANDREW  GRAY,  Esq. 

Victoria 


B.  F.  ROYCE,  Esq.,  M.D. 
Kelowna 

THOMAS  SHOTBOLT,  Esq. 
Victoria 

JONATHAN  ROGERS,  Esq.. 
Vancouver 

JONATHAN  MILLER,  Esq. 
Vancouver 


Money  to  Loan  on  Improved  City  and  Town  Property 


Savings  Department 


A-i 


allowed  on  Deposits  of  $1.00  or  over,  your  Account 
being-  subject  to  Cheque  withdrawal. 


Si  allowed  on  Short  Term  Debentures  of  $100.00  or  over. 


ABSOLUTE  SECURITY 


COURTEOUS  TREATMENT 


Patronize  a  Strong  Home  Company  that  has  made  a  record  for 
Canadian  Loan  Companies 

References:  The  Royal  Bank  of  Canada,  R.  G.  Dun  &  Co.,  The  Bradstreet  Company 


W.  T.  Alexander,  General  Manager 

Head  Office  -  356  Main  Street 

Phone  Main  5750  Private  Exchang-e 


BRANCH  OFFICES 

VANCOUVER  VICTORIA  CALGARY  EDMONTON 

055  Pender  Street  1016  Government  Street  807  Centre  Street  52  Jasper  Avenue  West 


REGINA 

1845  Scarth  Street 


TORONTO,  ONT. 

20  King  Street,  West 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


CHARLES  M.  SIMPSON 


LEOPOLD  H.  MITCIlELlj 


Simpson,  Mitchell 


Investments 


The  Empire  Loan 
Company 


Capital  Subscribed 
Capital  Paid-up 
Reserve  Fund 
Total  Assets  - 


$580,000 

420,000 

30,000 

900,000 


Chas.  M.  Simpson,  President  and  Manager 


Dr.  C.  W.  Clark,  Vice-President 


Directors  :  H.  H.  Beck,  Wm.  Brydon,  A.  N.  McPherson,  Richard  McKenzie  and  W.  W.  Watson 
Sidney  T.  Jones,  Secretary-Treasurer 

5  Per  Cent.  Short  Term  Debentures 

Fully  secured  by  First  Mortgages  to  the  amount  of  150%,  deposited 
with  a  Trustee  and  backed  by  our  assets  of  nearly  a  million  dollars. 


Mortgage  Loans 


On  Improved  City  Property  at  Current  Rates  of  Interest 


Phones  Main  4340-4341 


200 


(PRIVATE  EXCHANGE) 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S. 


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ROBERT  S.  EWING 


Ewing 


Loans,  Real  Estate 


The  Fidelity  Trust 
Company 


Capital  -  -  $1,000,000 


Capital  Paid-up 


$300,000 


Chas.  M.  Simpson,  President  and  Managing-  Director  W.  W.  Watson,  Vice-President 
Board  of  Directors: 

W.  F.  Hull  W.  L.  Parrish  H.  H.  Beck  W.  H.  Fares  T.  B.  Keith 

TL  Slagsvol  Frederick  C.  Leonard  Isaac  K.  Kerr  (Calgary)  A.  J.  Keith  A.  J.  Marsh  (Eau  Claire,  Wis.) 

Robert  S.  Ewing,  Secretary-Treasurer 

A  General  Trust  Business  Transacted 


Mortgage  Loans 

Trust  Funds  Carefully  Invested 


The  Anglo-American  Trust 

Company 

Capital  Authorized  -  $500,000  Capital  Subscribed  and  Paid-up,  $150,000 

Herbert  H.  Beck,  President  Charles  M.  Simpson,  Vice-President  and  Manager 

i  Thomas  R.  Slagsvol,  Secretary-Treasurer 

I 

Mortgage  Loans 

Agreements  of  Sale  and  Mortgages  Purchased 

Mil 

- - — - 

1  Union  Trust  Building 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


WALTER  WICKSON  G.  A.  WICKSON 


Walter  Wickson 

Members  Winnipeg  Stock  Exchange 
Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange 

Agreements  and  Mortgages 
Purchased 

LOANS  ARRANGED  REAL  ESTATE 
INVESTMENTS  INSURANCE 


Representing 

Real  Estate  Investment  Company,  Limited 
Mortgage  and  Agreement  Purchase  Co.,  Limited 


Phone  Main  5832  P.O.  Box  2142 


Suite  “A”  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building 

254  Portage  Avenue  cor,  Garry  Street 


'BANKS.  MORTGAGE  GO'S,  TRUST  CO'S. 


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R.  Maxwell  Dennistoun,  K.C.  John  A.  Machray,  M.A.,  K.C.  Frederick  J.  Sharpe 

Charles  H.  Locke  C.  Alan  Crawley  Herbert  Dunk 


Cable  Address:  “Machray" 

Codes — Western  Union.  A.  B.C.  5th  Edition. 

Lieber’s 

Machray,  Sharpe,  Dennistoun, 
Locke  &  Crawley 


Barristers,  Solicitors 
Attorneys,  Notaries 

Etc. 


Solicitors  for 


The  Mol  sons  Bank 

The  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce 

The  Aillan  Lines 

The  Sun  Life  Assurance  Company  of 
Canada 

The  Standard  Life  Assurance  Company 
of  Edinburgh 

The  Economic  Tr-ust  Company 
Investment  Corporation  of  Canada 
Limited 

The  Prudential  Trust  Company 


The  Ocean  Accident  and  Guarantee  Co. 
Manitoba  Rolling  Mills  Company,  Ltd. 

The  Guarantee  Company  of  North 
America 

The  Archbishop  of  Rupert’s  Land 
The  Western  Union  Telegraph  Company 
The  Ford  Motor  Car  Company 
The  Canadian  Mortgage  Investment  Co. 

The  Yorkshire  Fire  Insurance  Company 
of  York.  etc. 


Trust  Department 

R.  H.  Shanks,  Accountant 


Phone  Main  3640 

(Private  Branch  Exchange) 


Offices:  Fifth  Floor 

Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


ADAM  ARMSTRONG,  C.A.  JOSEPH  HOPKINSON,  C.A. 

Res.  Phone  Sher.  2149  Res.  Phone  St.  John  1837 

Armstrong  &  Hopkinson 

Chartered  Accountants 
Assignees  and  Auditors 


Phone  Main  186 


207-208  Kennedy  Building 

317  Portage  Avenue 


William  A.  Henderson,  C.A.  John  D.  Reid,  C.A.  Basil  Jones,  C.A.  Alfred  E.  Gibson,  C.A. 

(Manitoba  and  Alberta)  (Manitoba)  (Manitoba)  (Alberta  and  Scotland) 

ESTABLISHED  1882 


W.  A.  Henderson  &  Co. 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS  AND  AUDITORS 


408-40  Winnipeg  Electric  Railway  Chambers 
402  Huckdale  Block  Winnipeg-  Arcadia  Block 

Medicine  Hat  Lethbridge 


Oscar  Hudson  &  Co. 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS 

MONTREAL  TORONTO  PORT  ARTHUR  WINNIPEG 

SASKATOON  CALGARY  VANCOUVER 


Phone  Main  2598 


302  Confederation  Life  Building,  Winnipeg 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  GO'S. 


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Cable  Address  :  “Edwards,"  Winnipeg:.  Western  Union  Code. 

Edwards,  Morgan  &  Co. 

Chartered  Accountants,  Auditors, 
Liquidators,  Trustees 

Toronto,  Imperial  Life  Building: . George  Edwards,  F.C.A. 

W.  Pomeroy,  C.A. 

Montreal,  201  Royal  Trust  Building. ...  H.  Percy  Edwards,  C.A. 

Calgary,  Maclean  Block . W.  Herbert  Thompson,  C.A. 

Vancouver,  710  London  Building . Arthur  H.  Edwards,  F.C.A. 

and  in  London  and  New  York 


T.  Cresswell  Parkin,  F.C.A.,  (Eng.,)  Resident  Partner 

710-711  Electric  Railway  Chambers  Phone  Garry  4912 

GEORGE  S.  LAING,  C.A.,  FRANK  C.  TURNER,  C.A.  WILLIAM  GRAY,  C.A. 

Laing  &  Turner 

Chartered 

Accountants 

WINNIPEG  REGINA 

CABLE  ADDRESS:  “ LATURN ” 

WESTERN  UNION  CODE 

Phone  Main  8142 

502  Trust  and  Loan  Building 

173  Portage  Avenue  East 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


John  J.  Morton 


"MORTON’S  HOTEL  SYSTEMS” 


John  D.  Morton 


John  J.  Morton  &  Sons 

ACCOUNTANTS,  AUDITORS  AND  SYSTEMIZERS 

SPECIALTIES 

Installation  of  Modern  Office  Systems  Designing  Office  Books  and  Forms 
Office  Organizing  Opening  Books  Monthly  Auditors’  Reports 

Annual  Statements  Secretarial  Work  for  Joint  Stock  Companies 

408  Chambers  of  Commerce 

Phone  Garry  4525  1  60  Princess  Street 


David  A.  Pender,  C.A. 


David  Cooper,  C.A. 


Henry  Slasor,  C.A. 


D.  A.  Pender,  Cooper,  Slasor  &  Co. 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS 

AUDITORS  LIQUIDATORS  ASSIGNEES 


Phone  Main  4234 


402  Great  West  Permanent  Building- 


William  D.  Glendinning,  C.A. 
(Canada  and  Scotland) 


Cable  Address:  "Unravel” 


Arthur  E.  Phillips,  C.A.  (Canada) 
A.C.I.S.  (England) 


Phillips  &  Glendinning 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS  AND  AUDITORS 


Phone  Main  3456 


1205  Union  Trust  Building- 


MEMBERS  OP  THE  INSTITUTE  OF  CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS  OF  ENGLAND  AND  WALES 
INSTITUTE  OF  CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS  OF  MANITOBA 
INTERNATIONAL  ACCOUNTANTS’  SOCIETY,  U.S.A. 


Vernon  Pickup  &  Co. 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS 

AUDITS  INVESTIGATIONS  TR  UST  ACCO  U  NTS 


CODE  :  WESTERN  UNION 


Phone  Main  3633 


707  McIntyre  Block 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO'S. 


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Marwick,  Mitchell,  Peat  &  Co. 


Chartered  Accountants 

Douglas  Dhyvar,  C.At,  Resident  Partner 
Robert  T.  Cunningham,  C.A.,  Manager 


Departments ! 

BANK!  Examinations  of  Banks  and  of  Trust  Companies.  Audits  of  Foreign 
Exchange  Departments.  Organization  and  Revision  of  Systems. 

MUNICIPAL:  Audits  of.  Cities  and  Counties  and  of  their  Public  Utilities. 
Municipal  Systems. 

INDUSTRIAL!  Cost  Systems.  Reports  on  Production  and  Internal  Economy. 
GENERAL!  Commercial  Manufacturing,  Insurance,  Railway,  Gas  and  Electric 
Light,  Power,  and  other  Audits  and  Systems.  Acting  as  Comptrollers  and  Secretaries. 


Montreal,  11  Place  d'Armes 
Winnipeg,  1011  McArthur  Building 
Vancouver,  215  Winch  Building 
Moose  Jaw,  505  Walter  Scott  Block 
London,  11  Ironmonger  Lane,  E.C. 
Middlesborough,  Royal  Exchange 
Barrow-in-Furness,  125  Ramsden  Sq 
York,  Clifford  Chambers 
Cardiff,  3  Dock  Chambers,  Bute  St. 
Leeds,  Central  Bank  Chambers 
Darlington,  85  Northgate 


OFFICES  : 

Glasgow,  41  St.  Vincent  Place 
Paris,  5  Rue  Daunou,  pres 
l’Avenue  de  l’Opera 
New  York,  79  Wall  Street 
Boston,  8  Congress  Street 
Philadelphia,  1421  Chestnut  St. 
Washington,  733  Fifteenth  St. 
N.W. 

New  Orleans,  226  Carondelet  St. 
Pittsburgh,  248  Fourth  Avenue 
Chicago,  115  South  La  Salle  St. 


Milwaukee,  609  Pabst  Building 
St.  Louis,  417  Pine  Street,  cor. 
Broadway 

Kansas  City,  1322  Commerce  Bldg. 
St.  Joseph,  10  Tootle  Block 
St.  Paul,  74  East  Fourth  Street 
Minneapolis,  760  Temple  Court 
Salt  Lake  City,  609  Newhouse  Bldg. 
Spokane,  417  Eagle  Building 
Portland,  302  Spalding  Building 
San  Francisco,  Babcock  Building 


1011  McArthur  Building  Phone  Main  6821 


W.  SIDNEY  RONALD,  C.A.  HENRY  C.  MERRETT.  F.C.A.  BENJAMIN  F.  GRIGGS.  C.A. 

London,  Eng. 

Ronald,  Griggs  &  Co. 
Ronald,  Merrett,  Griggs  &  Co. 

Chartered  Accountants 

Auditors  Trustees  Liquidators 


Phone  Main  2154 

Cable  Address:  “ELUCIDATE,  WINNIPEG,"  Western  Union  Code 

804-805  Lindsay  Building 

Other  Offices:  SASKATOON,  MOOSE  JAW,  LONDON,  England 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Wm.  H.  Cross,  F.C.A. 
Toronto 


John  H.  Menzies,  F.C.A 
Winnipeg- 


Cross  &,  Menzies 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS  AND  AUDITORS 


Phone  Main  2145 


211  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building 

Portage  Avenue  cor.  Garry  Street 


Residence  504  Gertrude  Avenue  Phone  Fort  Rouge  2787 


Fred  C.  Gilbert 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANT 

MANITOBA  AND  ONTARIO 


Phones  Main  5886-7 


907  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


Thomas  Law,  C  A.,  Resident  Manager 


P.  S.  Ross  &  Sons 

ESTABLISHED  1879 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS,  AUDITORS,  TRUSTEES,  ETC. 

CANADIAN  OFFICES  AT 

Montreal,  Que.;  Winnipeg,  Man.;  Toronto,  Ont.;  St.  John,  N.B. 

British  Office  at  London,  Eng. 

611  Notre  Dame  Investment  Building 

Phone  Main  2715  167  Notre  Dame  Avenue  East 


James  F.  Stirling,  C. A.  Ewen  Rankin,  C.  A 

Cable  Address:  “Finance,  Winnipeg" 

Code:  A.B.C.  Fifth  Edition 


Stirling  &  Rankin 

CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANTS 


Phone  Main  3408 


602  Lindsay  Block 


BANKS,  MORTGAGE  CO’S,  TRUST  CO’S. 


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colin  a.  McDonald 

Res.  565  Jubilee  Ave. 
Night  Phone,  Ft.  Rouge  221 


PRINCIPALS 


The 


HARRY  J.  MURRAY 
Res.  Royal  Alexandra  Hotel 
Night  Phones,  Main  5234  and 
Main  5544  Exchange 


Central  Detective  Service 


of  Canada 


LICENSED  AND  BONDED 


Connections  in 


LONDON 

PARIS 

BERLIN 

MONTREAL 

TORONTO 

CALGARY 


VANCOUVER 

SEATTLE 

NEW  YORK 

PHILADELPHIA 

BOSTON 

PITTSBURG 


BUFFALO 
CHICAGO 
ST.  LOUIS 
ST.  PAUL 
MINNEAPOLIS 
CLEVELAND 


SAN  FRANCISCO 
LOS  ANGELES 
NEW  ORLEANS 
DENVER 
KANSAS  CITY 


Legitimate  Detective  Work  Undertaken 

for  Corporations  and  Individuals 


Also  operating  the 

Central  Detective  Service  Protective  Patrol 

Reliable  Patrolmen  furnished  for  Day  or  Night  duty 
for  Corporations,  Banks,  Warehouses,  Retail  Stores 
Weddings  and  Private  Residences 


Phones  Main  4882  and  2306 


General  Offices 

Suite  10,  Banque  d’Hochelaga  Chambers 

433  Main  Street 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


C.  H.  NEWTON,  J.  B.  NICHOLSON 

Official  Assignee  Accountant 

Newton  &  Nicholson 

Assignees,  Accountants 

And  General  Financial  Agency 

Phones  Garry  1136-1137 


Cor.  of  King  and  Bannatyne 


The  Monarch  Life  Assurance  Company 

Subscribed  Capital  -  $1,000,000 

Head  Office:  Winnipeg,  Canada 

J.  T.  Gordon  . . . . President 

Nicholas  Bawlf . . . 1st  Vice-President 

E.  L.  Taylor,  K.C . 2nd  Vice-President 

J.  W.  W.  Stewart . Managing  Director 

J.  A.  McFarlane,  A.I.A . . . Secretary  and  Actuary 

AGENTS  WANTED 

Boyd  Building,  Portage  Ave.,  cor.  Edmonton  St. 


The  Royal  Canadian  Securities  Company 

LIM  ITED 

Head  Office  -  -  Winnipeg 

Authorized  Capital  -  $1,000,000 

OFFICERS  AND  DIRECTORS: 

President . .J.  T.  Gordon 

Vice-Presidents . N.  Bawlf,  J.  W.  W.  Stewart 

Directors...  ,H.  A.  Mullins;  E.  S.  Popham,  M.D. ;  E.  L.  Taylor,  K.C. 

MONEY  TO  LOAN  AGREEMENTS  PURCHASED 

Boyd  Building,  Portage  Ave.  corner  Edmonton  St. 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Insurance 

Financial 

Investments 


Page 

Acadia  Fire  Insurance  Co .  58 

Allan,  Kiillam  &  McKay . 60-61 

Argue  Brothers,  Ltd .  92 

Atlas  Assurance  Company,  Limited  56 

Bingham  &  DnaJhonnet  .  86 

British  Northwestern  Fire  Insur¬ 
ance  Com, p  any .  58 

B'pown-Olarke  Agency  .  80 

Brydges  &  Waugh,  Limited  .  68 

Canadian  Finance  &  Securities  Co..  30 

Canadian  Properties,  Ltd .  98 

Cameron,  A.  P.  &  Co .  100 

W.  J.  Christie  &  Co .  69 

Confederation  Life  Association  ....  51 

Continental  Fire  Insurance  Co .  32 

Day,  Pettigrew  &  Martin  .  84 

De  La  Giclais  &  Company .  32 

Dominion  of  Canada  Guarantee  and 

Accident  Insurance  Company .  52 

Dominion  Investment  and  Securities 

Company.  Limited .  85 

Dominion  Trust  Company .  33 

Drummond  &  Nash,  Limited .  80 

Edward  Brown  &  Co .  86 

Employers  Liability  Assurance  Cor¬ 
poration,  Ltd .  65 

Fredk  K.  Foster  .  82 

Grassie.  Willlia.m  .  105 

Guarantee  Company  of  North  Am¬ 
erica  (The)  .  54 

Hamber,  Webster  &  Co .  90 

Heubach,  Finkelstein  &  Heubac'h  .  .  .  109 

Imperial  Guarantee  and  Accident 

Insurance  Co.,  of  Canada  .  55 

Knight  &  Pumpel'ly,  Limited .  74 

C.  W.  O.  Lane  &  Co .  82 

John  W.  Lord .  83 

Laing.  G.  S .  83 

McCa'l/lum,  Hill  &  Co .  Ill 

McMeams,  Miller  &  Cio . ’.  75 

MacMillan,  N.  T.  Company,  Ltd.  ...  87 

Mathew,  Wrightson  &  Co.  (Canada). 
Limited  .  78 


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89 


48 

88 

90 

48 

52 


Maurer  &  Wilde  . 

|  Monarch  Life  Assurance  Company.. 

;  Montague  Aldous  . 

National  Life  Assurance  Company, 

of  Canada  . 

Newton  &  Nic'holson . 

North  American  Life  Assurance  Co. 
Northern  Assurance  Company,  Lim¬ 
ited.  of  London,  Eng .  59 

North  Western  Mortgage  Corpora¬ 
tion,  Ltd .  113 

Notre  Dame  Investment  Co.,  Limited  81 

Oldfield,  Kirby  &  Gardner  . 70-71 

Osier,  Hammond  &  Nanton . 62-63 

Railway  Passengers  Assurance  Co., 

of  London,  Eng .  57 

Reginald  Lawson  and  Company  .  .  .  .72-73 

Robinson  &  Black  . 64-65 

Ross-MacMilllan-Knight  Agency,  Ltd.  7  4 

Royal  Canadian  Agencies.  Ltd . 66-67 

Royal  Canadian  Securities  Co.,  Ltd.  48 

Royall  Insurance  Company,  Ltd .  53 

Ryan  Agency,  Ltd .  77 

Simpson,  Mitchell  &  Ewing  . 38-39 

Skuli  Hansson  &  Co .  107 

Smith  Agency  (The)  .  84 

Smith-Fess  Agency .  90 

Sovereign  Life  Assurance  Co.,  of 

Canada  .  50 

Springfield  Fire  &  Marine  Insurance 

Company .  59 

Springfield  -  Winnipeg  Insurance 

Agency .  59 

Trustee  Company,  of  Winnipeg,  Ltd.  32 

J.  P.  Turner  &  Co .  76 

Voorheis  &  Lewis .  79 

Walter  Wickson  . 

Western  Canada  Accident  and 
Guarantee  Insurance  Company  .  . 

Whitlaw  &  McFadyen  .  91 

Winnipeg  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agen¬ 
cy,  Limited  .  84 


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The  Sovereign  Life 

Assurance  Company 

Of  Canada 

Authorized  Capital  -  --  --  --  --  $1,000,000 

Head  Office— Winnipeg 

Incorporated  by  Special  Act  of  the  Parliament  of  Canada 
Full  Government  Deposit 


Robert  R.  Scott . President 

Lendrum  McMeans  K.C . 1st  Vice-President 

Hon.  Colin  Campbell,  K.C  . Solicitor 

Johnson  Douglass . Treasurer 

Thomas  Allen . Secretary 

J.  S.  Gray,  M.D . ....Medical  Referee 

Sidney  H.  Pipe,  A. I. A.,  F.A.S . Consulting  Actuary 

H.  J.  Meiklejohn,  M.D . Managing  Director 


Directors ! 

VV.  Sanford  Evans,  Winnipeg  E.  E.  Sharpe,  Winnipeg 

Geo.  N.  Jackson,  Winnipeg  John  McClelland,  Toronto 

Alexander  Melville,  Winnipeg  R.  G.  Macdonald,  Brandon 


Special  Opportunities  for  First-class  Field  Men  in  the 
Four  Western  Provinces 


Money  to  Loan 

ON  CITY  PROPERTY  AND 
IMPROVED  FARM  LANDS 


Phones  I 

General  Office  -  Garry  4786  Managing  Director  -  Garry  3029 

707  Canada  Building 

354-360  Donald  St. 


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Confederation 

Life 

Association 

Head  Office  -  Toronto 


President: 

J.  K.  -MACDONALD 

Vice-President  and  Chairman  of  the  Board: 

W.  D.  MATTHEWS 

Vice-President: 

SIR  EDMUND  OSLER,  Kt.,  M.P. 

Directors: 

JOSEPH  HENDERSON 
LIEUT. -COL.  A.  E.  GOODERHAM 
MAJOR  J.  F.  MICHIE 
THOS.  J.  CLARK 

Medical  Director: 

ARTHUR  JUKES  JOHNSTON.  M.D..  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 

Secretary  and  Actuary: 

W.  C.  MACDONALD.  F.A.S. 

General  Superintendent  of  Agencies: 

J.  TOWER  BOYD 

The  money  now  invested  in  the  West,  plus  the  amount 
repaid  to  policy  holders  and  their  heirs,  largely  exceeds 
the  money  received  from  payments  to  the  Company. 

Assets  exceed  $17,270,391.84 

Business  in  force  exceeds  -  63,764,311.00 

Extended  Insurance,  Paid-Up  Policies  and  Cash  Values  Guaranteed 

Money  to  Loan 


DANIEL  MCDONALD,  Honorary  Local  Director 
ARTHUR  E.  LAWSON,  Field  Manager 
FRED  W.  GILL.  Secretary 

Confederation  Life  Building 

457  Main  Street  Phone  Main  364 


D.  R.  WILKIE 
CAWTHRA  MULOCK 
JOHN  MACDONALD 
SIR  WILLIAM  WHYTE 


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North  American  Life 

Assurance  Company 


HOME  OFFICE  -  -  -  TORON  TO,  ONT 

Dividends  paid  Policy  Holders  during  the 

past  ten  years  over  -  -  -  -  $  1,300,000 

Total  Assets  about  -----  14,000,000 

Money  to  Loan  on  Improved  Property 

C.  W.  STRATHY,  Manager  Loan  Department 


Life  Department 

Angus  Elliott  -  -  -  -  Superintendent  of  Agencies 

For  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta 

H.  Eari,  Johnstone . District  Manager 

A.  W.  Francis  --------  Branch  Secretary 

E.  P.  Strang  and  Edmund  Ryan  -  -  -  -  Inspector 


Phones  Main  827-828 

Birks  Building,  Portage  Avenue  corner  Smith  Street 


The  Dominion  of  Canada 

Guarantee  and  Accident 

Insurance  Company 

Head  Office:  Toronto 

Branches:  M  ontreal,  Winnipeg,  Calgary,  Vancouver 


Dominion  Government  Deposit  $201,260.56.  Claims  Paid  Exceed  $1,600,000.00 
Canada’s  Oldest  and  Strongest  Accident  Insurance  Company 


Personal  Accident  Insurance,  Sickness  Insurance.  Workmen’s 
Collective  Insurance,  Fidelity  Guarantee  Bonds,  Administrators’ 

Bonds,  Court  Bonds,  Plate  Glass  and  Elevator  Insurance. 

Protect  Yourself  Against  Financial  Loss  by  Bonding  Employees  Filling  Positions  of  Trust 


J.  F.  C.  Menlove,  Branch  Manager 

706  Somerset  Block  Phone  Main  2075 


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Royal  Insurance  Company 


Limited 

Chief  Office  -  Liverpool,  England 
Head  Office  for  Canada  -  2  Place  d’Armes,  Montreal 

Life  Department 

ESTABLISHED  IN  THE  YEAR  1845 

Moderate  Premiums,  Liberal  Conditions 
Low  Ratio  of  Expenses 
Large  Profits  to  Policyholders 


Total  Income  1912 . $6,106,349.56 

Premiums . $4,117,950.72  Interest . $1,987,532.52 

Total  Disbursements,  1912. ..  .$5,011,196,92 

Claims  (by  death) .  $2,569,799.52  Claims  (by  maturity) . $797,193.18 

Surrenders . $348,287.00  Bonuses  (in  cash) .  $11,327.40 

Total  Paid  to  Policyholders.  .  . $4,033,364.52 

Commission . $218,138.06  Expenses  of  Management..  .  .$292,691.52 

New  Policies  Issued . $8,526,385.40 

Total  Life  and  Annuity  Funds. $53. 292,364. 94 


Note — At  the  Distribution  of  Profits  for  the  Five-year  period  ending  31st  Decem¬ 
ber,  1909,  the  sum  of  $4,038,549.80  was  apportioned  for  distribution  in  cash  among 
Policyholders. 

The  “ROYAL”  was  established  Sixty-eight  years  ago  and  is  transacting  an 
increasingly  large  business. 

Careful  Investment  of  Funds  and  Strict  Economy  of  Management  have  always 
characterized  this  Company. 

Commissions  and  Expenses  of  Management  represent  only  9%  of  the  Income — a 
singularly  striking  evidence  of  the  extremely  economical  Management. 

Thus  it  is  clearly  and  unmistakably  indicated  that  the  Company,  by  the  exercise  of 
economy,  is  effecting  unusually  large  savings  for  its  Policyholders. 

The  same  rate  of  BONUS  has  been  maintained  unaltered  for  the  past 
45  years  by  the  “  ROYAL” 

Looking  into  the  future  in  the  light  ot  the  tried  and  proved  experience  of  68  years, 
the  prospects  can  be  regarded  with  the  utmost  confidence. 


Absolute  Security  and  Complete  Safety 

of  the  Funds  of  an  Insurance  Company  should  constitute  the  first  attention  of  an 
intending  insurer. 

Rates  of  Premiums 

for  any  form  of  Policy,  together  with  full  particulars  regarding  any  plan  of  Assurance 
offered  by  the  Company  may  be  obtained  from 

B.  Roberts  Bechtel,  Inspector  of  Agencies,  Man.  and  Sask. 

Allan,  Killam  &  McKay  Building 

364  Main  Street,  near  Portage  Ave. 

Phone  Main  1951 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


ESTABLISHED  1872 

The  Guarantee  Company 
of  North  America 

The  Original  Company  in  America 

Head  Office  -  -  Montreal 


Capital  and  Resources,  over  -  $2,000,000 


Bonds  of  Suretyship 

This  Company’s  Bonds  are  accepted  by  the 
Dominion  and  Provincial  Governments,  and  by 
the  leading  Banking,  Railway  and  Commercial 
Corporations  of  Canada  and  of  the  United 
States,  and  for  losses  sustained  through  the 
infidelity  of  employees,  it  has  paid  to  employers 

Over  $2,200,000 


HERBERT  F.  GORDON 

General  Agent  Winnipeg  Branch 


Phone  Garry  1478 

(Branch  Exchange) 

31  Bank  of  Toronto  Building 


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This  Directory  is  not  Complete 

For  the  reason  that  between  the  dates  of  compilation  and  publication 
many  of  those  whose  names  are  contained  therein  have  passed  to  the 
Great  Beyond. 

Some  of  these  have  met  death  by  Accidental  means 

The  Imperial  Guarantee  and 
Accident  Insurance  Cn. 

of  Canada 

A  Strong  Canadian  Company 

Is  issuing  the  best  Accident  and  Health  Policies  in  Canada;  Liberal 
and  Free  from  Conditions  and  Restrictions. 

The  Imperial  has  placed  more  high-class  Accident  and  Sickness 
business  on  its  books  in  the  last  eight  years  than  any  other  Company 
doing  business  in  Canada  in  the  same  length  of  time. 


We  also  specialize  in 

Plate  Glass,  Automobile  and  Passenger  Elevator 
Liability  Insurance 


Guarantee  Bonds 

Are  issued  to  cover  all  positions  of  trust. 

Enquire  for  particulars  of  our  Imperial  Protection  Policy,  covering 
disability  of  every  nature 


No  delays.  Policies  issued,  Claims  settled  at  the  Western  Office,  Winnipeg 


Telephone  Main  4434.  Residence  Phone  Sher.  3018 

Wm.  Carr,  Western  Manager 

813,814,815,816  Union  Bank  Building 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Western  Canada 

Accident  and  Guarantee 
insurance  Company 

Authorized  Capital  -  $1,000,000  Subscribed  Capital  -  $380,000 

Full  Government  Deposit  for  the  Security  of  Policy-Holders 

Board  of  Directors! 

Edward  Brown,  President  R.  M.  Matheson  T.  M.  Milroy,  M.D.,  Medical  Referee 
Edward  Cass,  Vice-President  Hon.  D.  C.  Cameron  H.  H.  Cottikgham 
A.  E.  Mott  James  McDiarmid  J.  A.  Marion 

A.  C.  Bulling  H.  A.  Mullins 


This  Company  is  now  engaging  in  the  following 
Classes  of  Insurance; 


Fidelity  Guarantee  Bonds 
Court  Bonds 
Contractors’  Bonds 
Personal  Accident  and  Sickness 


Employers’  Liability 
Automobile  Liability 
Teams  Liability 

Elevator  Liability  and  Industrial  Insurance 


Insure  in  a  Western  Company  No  Delay  Prompt  Service 

Opportunities  for  Agents 


EDWARD  BROWN, 

President 


Head  Office  ! 


A.  F.  W.  SEVERIN, 

Manager  and  Secretary 


402  Canada  Building 

356  Donald  St.  Phone  Garry  4791 


Atlas  Assurance  Company  Limited 

Of  London,  England  Founded  A. D. 1808 

Subscribed  Capital  (,£2,200,000) .  $  11,000,000 

Total  Security  for  Policy  Holders  Exceeds .  $  27,580.000 

Claims  Paid  Exceed .  $147,000,000 

Head  Office  for  Canada  -  Montreal 

The  Company’s  Guiding  Principles  have  ever  been  Caution  and  Liberality. 

Conservative  Selection  of  the  Risks  accepted,  and  Liberal  Treatment  when  they  burn. 

Agents — i.e.,  Real  Agents  Who  Work 
—  Wanted  in  Unrepresented  Districts 

C.E. Sanders,  Local  Manager  Northwestern  Department 

316-317  Nanton  Building,  Portage  Avenue,  cor.  Main  Street 

Brydges  &  Waugh,  Limited  -  City  Agents 


$100  REWARD 

The  Association  of  American  Directory  Publishers  will 
pay  $100  Reward  for  the  arrest  and  conviction  of  any 
person  or  persons  attempting-  to  collect  money  on 
fraudulent  directory  advertisements. 

WILLIAM  H.  BATES,  Secy. 

202  EAST  TWELFTH  ST.,  NEW  YORK  CITY 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


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Established  1849 


Railway  Passengers 


Head  Office'  London,  England 


The  Shares  of  which  are  vested  in  and  the  Contracts  of  which  are  guaranteed  by  the 


North  British  and  Mercantile  Insurance  Company 


Capital  fully  subscribed  . 

Capital  paid  up  .  . .  . 

Reserve  over . 

Deposited  with  Dominion  Government. 


$5,000,000 

1,000,000 

3,000,000 

160,000 


Claims  Paid,  over  $33,000,000 


The  Oldest  Accident  Company  in  the  World 


Its  experience  inspired  and  furnished  data  for 
all  other  Accident  Insurance  Companies  in  the 
Old  World  and  America. 


Head  Office  for  Canada  : 


Confederation  Life  Building  -  Toronto 


General  Manager  and  Attorney  for  Canada  F.  H.  RUSSELL 


U  FIANCE  AGAINST 

Public  or  Third  Party  Liability 
Teams  Liability 
Automobile  Liability 
Plate  Glass  Insurance 


NS 


Accidents  of  all  Kinds 
Accidents  and  Sickness 
Employers'  Liability 


Workmen's  Collective 


Passenger  and  Freight  Elevator  Liability 


Fidelity  Guarantee  Bonds 


Guarantees  are  Required  by 


Commercial  Firms:  In  respect  of  Managers,  Cashiers,  Accountants, 
Clerks,  Travellers,  Collectors  and  Agents,  etc. 

County  and  Town  Councils:  In  respect  of  Treasurers,  Clerks,  Col¬ 
lectors,  etc. 

Courts  of  Justice:  In  respect  of  Succession  Duties,  Administrators, 
Guardians,  etc. 

Grain  and  Commission  Agents. 

Liquidators,  Assignees  and  Receivers:  For  the  winding  up  of 
limited  companies. 

Property  Owners:  In  respect  of  Agents  and  Rent  Collectors. 


Dominion  Trust  Company,  General  Agents 


B.  G.  CARNEGIE,  Department  Manager 


Suite  111  Devon  Court,  Broadway,  cor.  Edmonton.  Phone  Main  1668 


Phone  Main  5800  367  Main  Street 


Private  Exchange 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Acadia  Fire  Insurance  Co. 

Established  1862 

Head  Office  : 

58  Bedford  Row,  Halifax,  Canada 

R.  K.  ELLIOTT 
Secretary  and  Treasurer 

Capital  Stock  Paid  Up  -  $400,000 
Surplus  to  Policy  Holders  572,744 
Total  Assets  (Dec.  31,  1912)  773,214 

“A  Sound  Canadian  Company” 


Applications  for  Agencies  Solicited  in  Unrepresented  Districts 

L.  S.  BAKER  .  Branch  Manager 

Western  Branch  Office!  Winnipeg 

1004  Lindsay  Building  Phone  Main  1634 

Insurance  and  General  Agency  Limited,  City  Agents 

Great  West  Life  Building,  Lombard  Street 


British  Northwestern 


Fire  Insurance  Company 


Capital  Authorized 
Capital  Subscribed 
Capital  Paid  Up 


$2,000,000 

500,000 

175,000 


Head  Office 


Winnipeg 


EDWARD  BROWN  . President 

SIR  WILLIAM  WHYTE,  K.B . First  Vice-President 

HON.  D.  C.  CAMERON  . Second  Vice-President 

FREDERICK  K.  FOSTER  . Managing  Director 


Directors: 

C.  W.  N.  KENNEDY  A.  C.  FLUMERFELT,  Victoria 

D.  E.  WILLIAMS  E.  P.  DAVIS,  K.C.,  Vancouver 

P.  C.  McINTYRE  T.  J.  S.  SKINNER.  Calgary 

THOMAS  WOOD,  Brantford,  Ont.  JOSEPH  STAUFFER.  Galt,  Ont. 

O.  A.  ROBERTSON,  St.  Paul,  U.S.A. 


Telephone  Main  180 

Offices  ! 

Kennedy  Bldg.,  317  Portage  Avenue 


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Established  in  183S 

The  Northern  Assurance  Company 

Of  London,  England  Limited 


“Strong  as  the  Strongest’’ 


Income  and  Funds  1912: 

Accumulated  Funds .  $38,800,000 

Income  from  Fire  and  Life,  etc.  Premiums  and  from  Interest  upon 

Invested  Funds .  .  $  9,370,000 

Deposited  with  the  Dominion  Government  for  Security  of  Canadian 

Policyholders .  $  507,600 


Head  Offices:  Aberdeen  and  London 


Robert  W.  Tyre,  Manager  for  Canada,  88  Notre  Dame  St.  West,  Montreal 

Applications  for  Agencies  Solicited  in  Unrepresented  Districts 


R.  0.  TAYLOR  DRUMMOND  &  NASH,  LIMITED 

Manager  North-Western  Branch  Resident  Agents 


Offices  218  Bannatyne  Ave.  Phone:  Garry  2964 


Springfield  Fire  and  Marine 

Insurance  Company 

OF  SPRINGFIELD,  MASS. 


Western  Canadian  Department: 


F.  L.  HEBERLING,  General  Agent,  E.  M.  SCHARF,  Special  Agent 

LIABILITIES— CAPITAL  STOCK . $  2,000,000 

Reserve  for  Re-Insurance .  5,001,291 

Reserve  for  all  Unpaid  Losses .  469,233 

Reserve  for  all  other  Liabilities .  320,113 


TOTAL  LIABILITIES . $  7,790,638 

TOTAL  ASSETS  over . $12,000,000 

Net  Surplus . $  3,266,053 

Surplus  to  Policy  Holders .  5,266,053 

Losses  Paid  Since  Organization . Over  $58,000,000 


Deposited  with  the  Dominion  Government,  $247,000,  for  Protection  of 
Canadian  Policy  Holders. 

Writing  Fire,  Tornado,  Sprinkler  Leakage,  Rent  and  Rental  Value,  Use  and 
Occupancy,  Inland  Transportation  (Registered  Mail,  Travellers’ 
Samples,  Goods  in  Transit) 


Springfield  -  Winnipeg  Insurance  Agency 

F.  L.  HEBERLING,  Manager 

City  Agents,  304  Notre  Dame  Investment  Building  Phone  Main  1881 

Aronovitch,  Ripstein  &  Leipsic,  101  Bon  Accord  Block.  Phone  Main  4018 
McMeans,  Miller  &  Co.,  105  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building.  Phone  Main  8835 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Allan,  Killani 

Real  Estate  and 
Rental  Agents 

Money  to  Loan 

Agreements  of  Sale  Purchased 


Managers  for 

London  &  British  North  America  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  England,  at 
Vancouver,  B.C.  Capital  Paid  Up  -  $2,500,000 

Scottish  Canadian  Mortgage  Company  of  Edinburgh,  Scotland 
Manitoba  Land  &  Loan  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Sun  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Consolidated  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Crown  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Royal  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Queen  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Crescentwood  Annex  Land  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Permanent  Building  and  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
St.  John’s  Investments,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 


Cable  Address!  “Allangkilm” 


BRANCH  OFFICES! 

1404  Main  St.,  Winnipeg,  Man.  Fort  William,  Ont.  Edmonton,  Alt; 


HEAC 

Main  Street,  Winnipeg 


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McKay 

LIMITED 

Investment  and 
Stock  Brokers 

Insurance 

Companies  Represented  : 

Royal  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of  Liver¬ 
pool,  England 

(The  Greatest  Fire  Insurance  Office  in  the  World) 

Union  Assurance  Society  of  London,  England 

Sun  Insurance  Office  of  London,  England. 
Founded  A.  D.  1710 

(The  Oldest  Fire  Insurance  Company  in  the  World) 

Scottish  Union  and  National  Insurance  Com¬ 
pany  of  Edinburgh,'  Scotland 

Home  Insurance  Company  of  New  York 

Insurance  Company  of  North  America  (Phila¬ 
delphia) 

Quebec  Fire  Assurance  Company  of  Quebec 

Northwest  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Win¬ 
nipeg 

London  and  Lancashire  Life  and  General  As¬ 
surance  Association,  Limited,  of  London, 
England 

Ocean  Accident  and  Guarantee  Corporation  of 
London,  England 

United  States  Fidelity  and  Guaranty  Company 
of  Baltimore 

Dominion  Gresham  Guarantee  and  Casualty 
Company,  Limited,  of  Montreal,  (Burglary) 

New  York  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Company  of 
New  York 


OFFICE: 

Man.  Phone  Main  7600 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Osier,  Hammond 

Investment  Brokers, 


Companies  Represented 

Loaning 

North  of  Scotland  Canadian  Mortgage  Company,  Limited 

Law  Union  and  Rock  Insurance  Company,  Limited  (Investment  Department) 
Dominion  of  Canada  Investment  and  Debenture  Company,  Limited 
Northern  and  Dominions  Mortgage  Company,  Limited 
Osier  and  Nanton  Trust  Company 

Insurance 

Law  Union  and  Rock  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  England 
New  York  Underwriters’  Agency 
Western  Assurance  Company 
Queen  Insurance  Company 

Lands 

Calgary  and  Edmonton  Land  Company 
Winnipeg  Western  Land  Corporation,  Limited 
Canada  Saskatchewan  Land  Company,  Limited 

Coal 

Galt-Bituminous,  Canadian  Anthracite,  American  hard  and  soft 
Bankhead  Briquettes 


Telephone  Main  8400— Private  Exchange 

Corner  Main  St. 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


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and  Nanton 


Financial  Agents,  etc. 


Stocks  and  Bonds 

Bought  and  sold,  on  commission,  for  cash  or 
on  margin,  on  Winnipeg,  Toronto,  Montreal, 
New  York  and  London  (Eng.)  Exchanges. 
Private  wire  connections  with  New  York  and 
Toronto. 


Osier  &  Nanton 
Trust  Company 


Sir  Edmund  B.  Osler,  President 
A.  M.  Nanton,  Vice-President 
Osler,  Hammond  &  Nanton,  General  Managers 


Nanton  Building 

Corner  Main  Street  and  Portage  Avenue 


The  Osier  &  Nanton  Trust 
Company  acts  as  Agent  and 
Attorney  in  the  investment  of 
monies  by  way  of  loans  on 
Improved  Farm  Lands  and 
City  Properties.  • 


able  Address  :  “Nanton”  Codes  used: — A.B.C.  4th  &  5th  Editions  Anglo-American  Moreing  &  Neal 


OSLER  &  HAMMOND, 


Stock  Brokers  and  Financial  Agents, 

Members  Toronto  Stock  Exchange, 


21 


Jordan  Street,  TORONTO 


and  Portage  Ave. 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Edward  M.  Robinson 


Investment  and 


Real  Estate 

Estates  Managed  Rental  Agents 

A  Specialty  of  Central  and  Suburban 
WINNIPEG  PROPERTY 

Money  to  Loan 

On  Improved  City  and  Farm  Property 

Alliance  Trust  Company,  Limited,  of  Dundee 

Canadian  and  American  Mortgage  and  Trust  Company,  of  Liverpool 
Investors’  Mortgage  Security  Company,  Limited,  of  Edinburgh 
Scottish  Canadian  Trust,  Limited,  of  Dundee 
Western  Canada  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  London 
Western  and  Hawaiian  Investment  Company,  Limited,  of  Dundee 
Manitoba  Investment  Agency,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Dominion  of  Canada  Mortgage  Company,  Limited,  of  Edinburgh 
Scottish  Manitoba  Company,  Limited,  of  Edinburgh 


Phone  Main  5120 

Private  Exchange  Connecting  All  Departments 


200  Garry  Building, 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL  INVESTMENTS 


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G.  Montegu  Black 


&  B  I 


Financial  Agents 


Insurance 


Companies  Represented  ! 

Alliance  Assurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  England  (Fire) 
Total  Funds  Exceed  $116,400,000 

Employers’  Liability  Assurance  Corporation,  Limited,  of  London, 
England  (Fire) 

General  Accident,  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Corporation,  Limited,  of 
Perth,  Scotland  (Fire  and  Automobile) 

Phoenix  Insurance  Company,  of  Hartford,  Conn.  (Fire)  Organized  1854 
Phoenix  Assurance  Company  Limited,  of  London,  England  (Fire) 
First  British  Fire  Office  Established  in  Canada— A. D.  1804 
Total  Funds  Exceed  $66,000,000 

Glens  Falls  Insurance  Companyt  of  Glens  Falls,  N.Y. 


Employers’  Liability  Assurance  Corporation,  Limited 

Of  London.  England 

Canadian  Branch  Offices  :  Montreal  and  Toronto 

General  Accident,  Sickness  and  Health  Insurance 
Employers'  Liability  and  Fidelity  Guarantee  Bonds 


Phone  Main  5120 

Private  Exchange  Connecting  All  Depart  ments 


a  c  k 


ortage  Ave.,  cor.  Garry 


C6  SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Royal  Canadian 

W.  SANFORD  EVANS,  President 
HENRY  F.  MYTTON,  J.  M.  SAVACxE,  Directors 

Successors  to  W.  Sanford  Evans  &.  Co. 

Stock  and 

Mortgage  Loans 

Financial  and 

British  Canadian  and  General  Investment  Company,  Limited  (of 
London,  England) 

Canadian  Bond  and  Mortgage  Corporation  (of  Winnipeg)  3 

Capital  Authorized,  $5,000,000  j 

Stock  Department 

(Members  Winnipeg  Stock  Exchange) 

Stocks  bought  and  sold  on  commission  for  cash  or  on  margin  on 
all  leading  Exchanges  of  the  world 

Bond  Department 

Municipal,  Industrial  and  Corporation  Bonds  bought  and  sold 

Loan  Department 

Canadian  Bond  and  Mortgage  Corporation 

Money  Loaned  on  Mortgages  on  city  or  farm  property  at  current 
rates 

Agreements  of  Sale  purchased 


Third  Floor  Union 

North  End  Branch  - 

Main  Street  cor.  Kilbride,! 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


i  Agencies  Ltd. 

JOHN  C.  McGAVIN,  Vice-President 
NORMAN  J.  BLACK,  Secretary 

Successors  to  Savage  &  McGavin 

Bond  Brokers 

;  i  Rea  I  Estate 

!  Insurance  Agents 

Boulevard  Realty  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
Canadian  Industrial  Securities,  Limited 

Insurance  Department 

British  Crown  Assurance  Corporation,  Limited,  of  London  and 
Glasgow 

Germania  Fire  Insurance  Company,  of  New  York 
L’Union  Fire  Insurance  Company,  of  Paris,  France 
Founded  in  1828 

Employers’  Liability  Assurance  Corporation,  Limited,  of  London, 
England 

Fidelity  and  Guarantee  Bonds,  Accident  and  General  Inability  Insurance 

Real  Estate  Department 

(Members  Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange) 

City  and  Town  Real  Estate,  Farm  Lands 

■  High-class  Investment  Opportunities 

Phone  Main  1440 

Private  Branch  Exchange 

i  Trust  Building 

.Harry  Grainger,  Manager 

a  Phone  St.  John  2480 

■ 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Brydges  &  Waugh 

Limited 


FREDERICK  H.  BRYDGES,  President.  Res.:  148  Kingsway.  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  1388 
JOHN  C.  WAUGH,  Vice-President.  Res.:  588  River  Avenue,  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  187 
WILLIAM  J.  FRANKLIN  REITH,  Manager  Insurance  Dept.  Res.:  357  Carlton 
St.,  Phone  Garry  2374 

CHARLES  A.  GAREAU,  Manager  Real  Estate  Dept.  Res.:  48  Dumoulin  St.  Phone 
Main  8717 


Real  Estate  Money  to  Loan 

Insurance 


Representing  the  following  Strong  Board  Companies: 


FIRE  INSURANCE 

Total  Funds 

Atlas  Assurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  Eng.  -  $26,000,000 

Commercial  Union  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London, 

Eng.  ---------  113.000,000 

Guardian  Assurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  Eng.  -  33,000,000 

Calumet  Underwriters’  of  Pittsburg,  Pa.  -  4,000,000 

(Guaranteed  by  National  Union  Fire  Insurance  Co.) 


Canada  Accident  Assurance  Company,  of  Montreal 

Owned,  controlled  and  guaranteed  by  the  Commercial  Union  Assur¬ 
ance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  Eng. 

Personal  Accident  and  Sickness,  Guarantee  Bonds,  Plate  Glass, 
Employer’s  Liability  and  Automobile  Liability 

Guardian  Accident  and  Guarantee  Company  of  Montreal 

Owned,  controlled  and  guaranteed  by  the  Guardian  Assurance  Com¬ 
pany,  Limited,  of  London,  Eng. 

Personal  Accident,  Sickness  and  Health,  Employer’s.  Elevator  and 
Trams  Liability.  Plate  Glass,  Fidelity  and  Guarantee  Bonds,  . 
License  'Bonds,  Burglary  and  Theft. 

Southern  Improvement  Company,  Limited 
London  Land  Company,  Limited 
Red  River  Realty  Company,  Limited 
Canadian  Provinces  Investment  Company,  Limited 


Day  Phones :  Main  5004,  5005.  5006.  Night  Phones :  Fort  Rouge  187, 1388 
403  Keewayden  Building 

138  Portage  Avenue  East 


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JAMES  H.  WYE  WILLIAM  J.  CHRISTIE  R.  S.  BURNS, 

Chief  Loan  Inspector  Accountant 

THOMAS  A.  BRIGGS  ERIC  A.  MILLER. 

Superintendent  Insurance  Department  Manager  Real  Estate  Department 

A.  O.  MEREDITH,  Manager  Rent  Dept. 

Cable  Address!  “Christie" 

Western  Union  Code 

W.  J.  Christie  &  Co. 

Fire  Insurance 
Real  Estate 
Financial  Brokers  and 
Rental  Agents 

Fidelity  Guarantee  Bonds  and  Vessel  Brokerage 

Loans  on  City  Property  and  Farm  Lands  at 
Lowest  Current  Rates 

Estates  Managed  and  Collections  Made  for  Non¬ 
residents 

Special  Attention  Given  to  the  Collection  of  Rents 
and  Interest 


City  Agents 

British  America  Assurance  Company,  Head  Office  Toronto 
(Fire).  Incorporated  3S33.  Total  Assets  over  $2,000,000. 
Liverpool- Manitoba  Assurance  Company  (Fire) 
Connecticut  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Hartford,  Conn. 


Representing 

The  Ontario  Loan  and  Debenture  Company 
THE  LOANING  DEPARTMENTS  OF  THE 

London  Life  Insurance  Company 
Belgo-Canadian  Real  Estate  Co.,  Ltd. 
Manufacturers  Life  Insurance  Company 


Valuators  for 

The  Edinburgh  Life  Assurance  Company 

The  London  and  Lancashire  Life  Assurance  Company 

Scottish  Life  Assurance  Company,  Limited 


Phones!  Main  6780,  6781,  6782 

Union  Bank  Bldg.,  Main  Street 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Established  1882 

Oldfield,  Kirb;/ 

Member  Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange 

Investment  Brokers 

Real  Estate  Rental  Agents 

Care  and  Management  of  Property  for  Residents  or  Non-Residents 
Our  long  experience  enables  us  to  produce  best  results 


We  are  Exclusive  Agents  for 

Stores,  Offices,  Houses,  Apartments,  etc. 

In  all  Parts  of  the  City 


Building  Managers  and 

Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building-,  Portage  Ave. 
cor.  Garry  St. 

Bon  Accord  Building-,  Main  St.  cor.  Logan 
Boyd  Building-,  Portage  Ave.  cor.  Edmonton 
Carlton  Building-,  Portage  Ave.  cor.  Carlton 
Edmonton  Building,  Portage  Ave.  cor.  Ed¬ 
monton  St. 

Electric  Railway  Chambers,  cor.  Notre  Dame 
and  Albert  St. 

Empire  Building,  620-624  Main  St. 


Rental  Agents 

Empress  Building,  354  Main  St. 

Forum  Building,  445  Main  St. 

Home  Bank  Building,  428  Main  St. 

Ham  pie  Building,  273j£  Portage  Ave. 
Langside  Building,  Portage  Ave.  cor.  Lang-1 
side  St. 

Merchants  Bank  Building,  377  Main  St. 
Phoenix  Building,  26  Princess  St. 

Rialto  Building,  482  V2  Main  St. 

Strang  Building,  449  Main  St. 


Residential 

Alexandria  Apartments,  cor.  Graham  Ave. 
and  Edmonton  St. 

Belvidere  Apartments,  cor.  Colony  St.  and 
St.  Ma'ry’s  Ave. 

Cadillac  Apartments,  cor.  Kennedy  St.  and 
Qu’Appelle  Ave. 

College  Apartments,  cor.  Ellice  Ave.  and 
Vaughan  St. 

Cumberland  Court,  341  Cumberland  Ave. 

Devon  Court,  cor.  Broadway  and  Edmonton 
Glines  Building,  346  Portage  Ave. 

AND  ( 


Apartme  nts 

Grosvenor  Court,  cor.  Grosvenorand  Stafford* 
Harrow  Apartments,  cor.  Grosvenor  and* 
Harrow 

Kingswood  Apartments,  478  River  Ave. 
Rideau  Hall,  85  Kennedy  St. 

St.  James  Park  Apartments,  cor.  Portage* 
and  Beverley  St. 

Spadina  Court,  cor.  St.  Mary’s  Ave.  andM 
Garry  St. 

Wentworth  Building,  372  Portage  Ave. 
Westminster  Apartments,  330  Donald  St. 


234  Portage  Ave.,! 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


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Branches:  Saskatoon  and  Calgary 

and  Gardner 

Member  Winnipeg  Stock  Exchange 


Insurance 

Fire,  Marine,  Live  Stock,  Automobile,  Launch,  Plate  Glass 
Accident,  Liability  and  Guarantee  Bonds 


Mortgage  Loans 

Canadian  Managers 

Investment  Corporation  of  Canada,  Limited 

Head  Office:  4  Great  Winchester  Street,  London,  E.C 
Capital  -  -  $4,866,666 


Representing  the  following  Companies 

Caledonian  Insurance  Company  of  Edinburgh 

London  and  Lancashire  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Liverpool,  England 

North  British  and  Mercantile  Insurance  Company  of  London  and  Edinburgh 

Norwich  Union  Fire  Insurance  Society  of  Norwich,  England 

Yorkshire  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of  York,  England 

Mannheim  Insurance  Company  of  Mannheim,  Germany 

Canadian  Surety  Company  of  Toronto 

Canada  Accident  Assurance  Company  of  Montreal 

Royal  Loan  and  Savings  Company  of  Brantford 

Northwestern  Investment  Company  of  Winnipeg 

Winnipeg  Apartments,  Limited 

B)evon  Court  Apartments,  Limited 


Phone  Main  5304 

Private  Exchange 

next  Post  Office 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Reginald  Lawsorl 


Members  Winnipeg  Stock  Exchange 
Members  Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange 


ESTATES  MANAGED 
LOANS 

RENTS  COLLECTED 


Real  Estate 


Financial  Agents 


Fi 

M 

P( 


Choice  City  Properties 


Cable  Address:  “Lawson.”  Western  Union  Code 


Phones  Main 


Farmer  Building,  Main  Street 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


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and  Company 

ROYAL  EXCHANGE  ASSURANCE 
OF  LONDON 

Incorporated  by  Royal  Charter,  A.D.  1720 


MARYLAND  CASUALTY  COMPANY 
OF  BALTIMORE 

Incorporated  1898 


Total  Assets  -  $5,580,652.54 


Insurance 


Fire 

Marine 

Personal  Accident 
and  Health 


Employers’  Liability 
Plate  Glass 
Sprinkler  Leakage 
Elevator  Liability 
Automobile  Liability 

J 


Fidelity  and  Surety 

Bonding 

Burglary 

Boiler 


Contractors’  Guarantee  Bonds 


8208  and  8209 

next  to  Bank  of  Montreal 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Neil  T.  MacMillan,  President  Avard  S.  Knight,  Managing-  Director 

Ross  -  MacMillan  -  Knight 

Agency,  Limited 

Insurance  Agents 

MORTGAGE  LOANS 

PRIVATE,  TRUST  AND  INSURANCE  FUNDS 


Protector  Underwriters  of  the  Phoenix  Insurance  Co.  of  Hartford,  Conn. 

Surplus  to  Policyholders . $6,155,090.80 

Total  Cash  Assets  (January  1st,  1913). ..  1 1,806,049.41 

Canadian  Casualty  and  Boiler  Insurance  Company  of  Toronto 
(Accident,  Sickness  and  Boiler  Insurance) 


Avard  S.  Knight,  Frederick  G.  Pumpelly, 

President  and  Managing  Director  Secretary-Treasurer 

Knight  &  Pumpelly 

Limited 

Real  Estate,  Insurance 
and  Financial  Agents 

The  Burrin  Boulevard  Company,  Limited 
The  Red  River  Boulevard  Company,  Limited 
Colonial  Investment  and  Loan  Company  of  Toronto 


Phones— Main  2248  and  9100 

701-702  Trust  &  Loan  Building 

173  Portage  Avenue  East 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


V.  A.  V.  McMEANS  '  H.  E.  MILLER 

McMeans,  Miller  &  Co. 

Insurance  and 
Financial  Agents 

Real  Estate  and  Loans 


We  have  a  complete  list  of  Summer  Resort  Properties,  Islands,  Acreage, 
Cottages,  etc.,  for  sale  in  the  district  of  Minaki,  Ontario 

Insurance 

Automobile  Insurance  of  every  class  a  specialty.  Fidelity-Guarantee 
Bonds  issued  to  cover  .ill  positions  of  trust.  Employers’  Liability,  etc. 
Issuing  the  best  Accident  and  Health  Policies.  Boiler,  Elevator  and 
Plate  Glass  Insurance. 

Companies  Represented". 

Canadian  Phoenix  Insurance  Company  (Fire)  of  Brandon,  Man. 
Springfield  Fire  and  Marine  Insurance  Company  of  Springfield,  Mass. 
Imperial  Guarantee  and  Accident  Insurance  Company  of  Canada 
London  Guarantee  and  Accident  Insurance  Company  of  London,  Eng. 
Sovereign  Life  Assurance  Company  of  Winnipeg  (Life  and  Loan  Depts.) 
National  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Company  of  Winnipeg 
Stuyvesant  Insurance  Company  of  New  York  (Automobile) 


Phone  Main  6120 


105-114  Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


JOHN  P.  TURNER,  Manager  JAMES  J.  LENNON,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Res.  8  Wolseley  Apartments  Res.  172  Kennedy  Street 

Phone  Sher.  4845 


J.  P.  Turner  &  Co. 


Insurance 

And  Financial  Agents 


Fire,  Tornado,  Accident,  Plate  Glass 
Burglary  and  Automobile  Insurance 
Fidelity  Guarantee  Bonds 

Fidelity  Phenix  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  New  YTork 

Fire  and  Tornado 

Dominion  of  Canada  Guarantee  and  Accident  Insurance  Company 
of  Toronto 

Personal  Accident,  Sickness  and  Health,  Burglary,  Plate  Glass,  Fidelity  and  Guarantee  Bonds 


Phone  Main  7500 

601  Lindsay  Building 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL  INVESTMENTS 


EDWIN  C.  RYAN,  Manager  and  Treasurer  WILBUR  D.  LAW,  Secretary 


Ryan  Agency 

Limited 


Fire,  Marine,  Automobile  (Fire  and  Collision),  Tornado, 
Personal  Accident  and  Health,  Guarantee  and 
Fidelity  Bonds,  Burglary,  Elevator,  Plate  Glass 

Insurance 


Representing  the  following  Companies: 

Liverpool  and  London  and  Globe  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of 
Liverpool,  England.  (Fire) 

German-American  Insurance  Company  of  New  York.  (Fire) 

St.  Paul  Fire  and  Marine  Insurance  Company,  of  St.  Paul,  Minn. 

Fire,  Tornado,  Marine,  Motor  Boat,  Automobile,  Travellers  and  Tourist  Floater 

Lloyds  of  London.  Motor  Car  Insurance  (Fire  and  Collision) 

London  Guarantee  and  Accident  Company,  Ltd.,  of  London,  England 
Accident,  Sickness  and  Health,  Employers'  Liability,  Guarantee  Bonds, 
Burglary,  Elevator  and  Automobile  Liability. 

Fidelity  and  Casualty  Company,  of  New  York 

Personal  Accident  and  Health,  Plate  Glass,  Burglary  and  Theft,  Physicians’, 
Dentists’  and  Druggists’  Liability,  Owners'  and  Landlords'  Liability,  Elevator, 
Steam  Boiler  and  Fly  Wheel  Insurance. 

Newman  Watch-Clock  Co.,  of  Chicago 
Watchman  Clocks 


Phones  Main  6138  and  6139 


603-606  Confederation  Life  Building 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Cable  Addresses  :  Codes  : 

“  Cuadrado,  London  "  “  Cuadrado,  Montreal "  Western  Union  A.  B.C.  5th  Edition 

“  Cuadrado,  Winnipeg  M  Coe  and  Ross  Private 

Matthews,  Wrightson  &  Co. 

(Canada)  Limited 

HEAD  OFFICE  -  MONTREAL 

Branches  :  Toronto,  Halifax,  Winnipeg,  New  York,  Chicago,  London,  Eng. 
William  J.  Willcox,  Winnipeg,  Manager 

Financial  and  Insurance  Brokers 

Mortgage  Loans 


REPRESENTING  : 

Millers  National  Insurance  Company,  of  Chicago 
London  Mutual  Fire  Insurance  Company,  of  Toronto 
Gresham  Life  Assurance  Society,  Limited,  of  London,  Eng. 
Canada  Hail  Insurance  Company,  of  Winnipeg 
General  Animals  Insurance  Company  of  Montreal 


Matthews,  Wrightson  Loan  and  Investment 
Company,  Limited 

Capital  -  -  $500,000 

Harry  Wrightson  (London,  Eng.) . President 

Hon.  Colin  H.  Campbell . Vice-President 

George  H.  Williams . Managing  Director 

William  J.  Willcox . Director  and  Secretary-Treasurer 


Carson  &  Williams  Land  and  Investment 
Company,  Limited 

A.  H.  C.  Carson,  Montreal  . President 

George  H.  Williams . Vice-President 

William  J.  Willcox . Secretary-Treasurer 


Phones  Main  6112  and  6113  (Private  Exchange) 

722-728  Union  Bank 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


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G.  B.  VOORHEIS 

Res.  52  Smith  Street  Phone  Main  3779 


HENRY  F.  LEWIS 
Res.  50  Smith  Street  Phone  Main  3160 


Voorheis  &  Lewis 


MORTGAGE  LOANS  NEGOTIATED 
AGREEMENTS  OF  SALE  PURCHASED 


Real  Estate,  Insurance 
and  Financial  


GENERAL  AGENTS  FOR  MANITOBA: 

The  United  States  Fidelity  and  Guaranty  Company,  of  Baltimore,  Md. 

Accident  and  Health,  Automobile,  Employers’  Liability  and  Plate  Glass  Insurance 

Marine  Insurance  Company,  of  London,  England 

Automobile,  Fire 


AGENTS  FOR  WINNIPEG: 


The  American  Insurance  Company,  of  Newark,  New  Jersey  (Fire) 
General  Animals  Insurance  Company,  of  Montreal  (Live  Stock) 
The  Overland  Loan  Company,  Limited 


G.  B.  Voorheis,  President 


Henry  F.  Lewis,  Secretary 


Phone  Main  2044 


412-414  Nanton  Building 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


CHARLES  W.  BROWN,  Residence:  134  Walnut  Street  Phone  Sherbrooke  633 
EDWARD  S.  CLARKE,  Residence:  5  Rideau  Hall,  85  Kennedy  St.  Phone  Main  5426 


Brown-Clarke 

Agency 

Our  Companies  have  grown  and  prospered,  have 
always  paid  all  claims,  and  made  a  record  for  fair 
dealing. 

We  can  now  underwrite  much  heavier  lines  than 
ever  before. 


The  Oldest  and 

?restNoB-  Insurance 


Office  in 
Manitoba 


Companies  Represented 

Anglo-American  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Toronto 
Dominion  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Toronto 
Equity  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Toronto 
Montreal-Canada  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  Toronto 

ALL  CLASSES  OF  INSURANCE  WRITTEN  AT  REASONABLE  RATES 

401  Lindsay  Building  -  Phone  Main  3897 


FRANK  A.  DRUMMOND.  President  CLAUDE  W.  NASH,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Res.  202  Harvard  Avenue  Res.  Suite  3,  Boniveens  Block  185  Spence  St. 

Phone  Ft.  Rouge  1678  Phone  Sherbrooke  420 

Drummond  &  Nash 

LIMITED 

Fire,  Automobile  Floater  and  Liability 

Accident,  Sickness  and  Health 
Fidelity  and  Guarantee  Bonds 

Insurance 


REPRESENTING 

Northern  Assurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  England 

Established  1836 

Imperial  Guarantee  and  Accident  Insurance  Company,  of  Canada 


Bulman  Block 


218  Bannatyne  Avenue  Phone  Garry  2964 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


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Edward  Cass,  President  John  Carr.  Vice-President  R.  W.  Paterson.  Secretary-Treasurer 

C.  E.  Leveson  Gower,  Director,  London,  Eng. 


The  Notre  Dame  Investment 

Company,  Limited 

Capital  -  $3,000,000 

GENERAL  FINANCIAL  AGENTS 

Insurance  Real  Estate 
Rental  Agents 
Loans 

Representing 

Fidelity  (Fire)  Underwriters,  of  New  York  • 

Fire,  Lightning-  and  Rent  Insurance.  (Policies  assumed  half  by  the  Fidelity- 
Phenix  Fire  Insurance  Company,  and  half  by  the  Continental  Insurance  Company) 
Stuyvesant  Insurance  Company,  of  New  York 

(Fire,  Cyclone,  Tornado,  Hail  and  Automobile  Floater) 

Insurance  Company  of  the  State  of  Pennsylvania 
National  Plate  Glass  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of  Winnipeg 
(Plate  and  Bevel  Glass,  Stained  Glass,  Show  Cases,  etc.) 

Owners  and  Managers 

Notre  Dame  Investment  Building,  167  Notre  Dame  Avenue  East 
Keewayden  Building,  138  Portage  Avenue  East 
Notre  Dame  Apartments,  179  Notre  Dame  Avenue  East 
Cumberland  Building,  365  Cumberland  Avenue 
Foley  Building,  Market  Street  East 
Market  Street  Building,  Market  Street  East 
Kenmore  Apartments,  314-318  Broadway 
Wellington  Apartments,  264-280  Wellington  Crescent 
Osborne  River  Building,  454  River  Avenue,  corner  Osborne  Street 
AND  OTHERS 


William  E.  Lough,  Manager 

Residence  :  828  McMillan  Avenue  Phone  :  Fort  Rouge  2208 


Phones  Main  5855-6 

(Private  Exchange) 

Notre  Dame  Investment  Building 

167  Notre  Dame  Avenue  East 

London  Office!  34  Nicholas  Lane,  Lombard  Street,  E.C. 


82 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Res.  Suite  D,  Amulet  Apartments  Res.  Phone 

Westminster  Ave. ,  cor.  Lang-side  St.  Sherbrooke  1884 

F.  K.  Foster 

Fire  Insurance 

General  Agent 

Nova-Scotia-Fire  Underwriters  Agency 
Winnipeg  Fire  Underwriters  Agency 

of  the  Home  Insurance  Co.,  of  New  York 

British  Northwestern  Fire  Insurance  Company 

of  Winnipeg 


Phone  Main  180 

Kennedy  Bldg.,  317  Portage  Ave. 


CHARLES  W.  O.  LANE,  Res.  Suite  2,  Albany  Block,  91  Edmonton  St.,  Phone  Main  3646 

C.  W.  O.  Lane  &  Co. 

Real  Estate  Loans 

Insurance 

British  and  Canadian  Underwriters,  of  Norwich,  England 
Established  1797  Assets,  $10,297,535 

Westchester  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  New  York 

Established  1837  Assets,  $4,  683,  245 

Norwich  Union  Fire  Insurance  Society,  of  Norwich,  Eng¬ 
land.  (Accident  Branch) 

Accident,  Sickness,  Employers’  Liability  and  Plate  Glass 

Liverpool  and  London  and  Globe  Insurance  Company,  of 
Liverpool,  Eng.  (Automobile  Insurance). 

British  Western  Loan  and  Investment  Company,  Limited, 
of  Winnipeg 


445  Main  Street 


Phone  Main  2168 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


G.  S.  Laing 

Financial  Agent 

INSURANCE  LOANS  REAL  ESTATE 
ESTATES  MANAGED 

Representing 

The  American  Underwriters’ Agency 

of  Philadelphia,  Penn. 

Surplus  to  Policy  Holders  -  -  $1,203,492.20 


Insurance  of  Every  Description  Written 
FIRE  TORNADO  NON-USAGE  RENTAL 
AUTOMOBILE  BURGLARY  ACCIDENT  HEALTH 

EMPLOYERS'  LIABILITY  FIDELITY  BONDS 


Phone  Main  8142 

502  Trust  and  Loan  Building,  173  Portage  Avenue  E. 


Residence  :  268  Spence  Street 

John  W.  Lord 

Real  Estate  Loans 

Insurance 

Fire  Personal  Accident  Automobile  Plate  Glass 
Employers’  Liability  Fidelity  and  Guarantee  Bonds 

Representing  I 

Hudson  Bay  Insurance  Company  of  Vancouver 
Intercolonial  Fire  Underwriters’  Agency  (of  the  Rimouski  Fire 
Insurance  Company),  Toronto 
Midland  P’ire  and  Accident  Insurance  Company  of  Brandon 
Railway  Passengers  Assurance  Company  of  London,  England 


Phone  Main  2107  Res.  Phone  Sher.  1199 

304  McGreevy  Blk.,  2581  Portage  Ave. 


84 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


A.  D.  DAVIDSON 
President 


A.  D.  McRAE  A.  R.  DAVIDSON  WM.  SCHUPP 

Vice-President  Treasurer  Managing  Director 

G.  I.  ap  ROBERTS 

Asst.  Secretary-Treasurer 


Winnipeg  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agency 

LI  M  ITED 

Fire  and  Marine  Insurance 

GENERAL  INSURANCE  BROKERS 


REPRESENTING 

Continental  Insurance  Company,  of  New  York  Lloyds,  of  London,  Eng. 

#  (Marine  &  Fire) 


Toronto 

Toronto  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agency,  Limited 
Montreal 

Montreal  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agency,  Limited 


Port  Arthur 

Port  Arthur  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agency,  Limited 
Vancouver 

Vancouver  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agency,  Limited 


16  Canadian  Northern  Building 

392  Main  Street  Phones  Main  2792  and  3770 


Mrs.  O.  H.  Day 


VV.  D.  Pettigrew 


F.  VV.  Martin 


Day,  Pettigrew  &  Martin 

INSURANCE 

Representing 

Mercantile  Fire  and  Marine  Underwriters  Agency  of  St.  Louis,  Mo. 


Phone  Main  3845 


300  Sterling  Bank  Building 


B.  B.  Smith 


Capt.  Wilson  Smith 


The  Smith  Agency 

FIRE  INSURANCE  AND  MORTGAGE  LOANS 

Agents 

Firemen’s  Insurance  Company  of  Newark,  New  Jersey 


Phone  Main  T  776 


1201  McArthur  Block 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


85 


E.  E.  HALL,  J.  S,  LOUDON,  H.  J.  QUINN. 

President  Vice-President  Secretary 

Dominion  Investment  and 

Securities  Company 

Limited 

CAPITAL  AND  SURPLUS  -  $700,500 

STOCKS  and  BONDS 
BROKERS  and  FINANCIAL  AGENTS 

Real  Estate  Investments 

Loans  -  Insurance 
Rental  Agents 

Reliable  Valuations  and  Appraisements  of 
City  and  Country  Properties 


Correspondents  in  the  Principal  Cities  of  Canada  and  the  United  States 


Phones  Main  6294-6295 

Private  Branch  Exchange  Connecting  all  Departments 


400  Garry  Building 

250  Portage  Avenue  cor.  Garry 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Edward  Brown  &  Co. 

Financial 

Agents 

Agencies ! 

CANADA  WEST  SECURITIES  CORPORATION 
BRITISH  COLLIERIES  (BRAZEAU)  LIMITED 
PEACE  RIVER  FARMS  LIMITED 
WINNIPEG  TRACKAGE  LIMITED 


Telephone  Main  9058 

Canada  Permanent  Chambers  -  296  Garry  Street 

Richard  Bingham  Jean  Drahonnet 

Res.  4  Harrow  Apartments.  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  2665  Res.  401  Devon  Court.  Phone  Main  557 

Bingham  &  Drahonnet 

Financial  and  Insurance  Agents 

INVESTMENTS  REAL  ESTATE 
RENTAL  AGENTS 

City  Agents 

General  Fire  Assurance  Company 

of  Paris,  France 

PHONE  MAIN  4436 

301  Garry  Building 

290  Portage  Avenue,  cor.  Garry  Street 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


87 


john  j.  Macmillan 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 

Res.  35  Casa-Loma  Court 
Phone  Sherbrooke  1768 


Company 


Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange 
Winnipeg  Stock  Exchange 
Winnipeg  Board  of  Trade 

Estate  and 
Financial  Brokers 

INSURANCE  MORTGAGE  LOANS 
RENTAL  AGENTS  ESTATES  MANAGED 

STOCK  BROKERS 


NEIL  T.  MacMillan 

PRESIDENT 

Res.  137  Kingsway 
Phone  Ft.  Rouge  116 


Limited 

MEMBERS  OF 


AGENTS 

The  Inland  Mortgage  Corporation  Limited 

Mortgage  Loans  and  Agreements  Discounted 


Managing  Owners  and  Rental  Agents: 

Casa-Loma  Court,  Sherbrook  Street,  S.Ii.  Cor.  Portage  Avenue 
Ivan  Court,  River  Avenue,  Cor.  Tache  Street  (Fort  Rouge) 
MacMillan  Court,  Kennedy  Street,  S.E.  Cor.  Cumberland  Avenue 
Oriole  Block,  110  Furby  Street,  near  Westminster  Avenue 
Pembina  Block,  507  Ellice  Avenue  near  Young  Street 


John  M.  Wright,  Manager  Rentals  and  Insurance  Department 
.  W.  H.  Hull,  Manager  Loan  Department 
Charles  S.  Tyrell,  Manager  “  The  Pas  Annex”  Department 

Cable  Address:  “McVol” 

Phones  Main  3034-35-36,  Private  Exchange 

301-305  McArthur  Building 


88 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


MONTAGUE  ALDOUS,  D.T.S.,  Res.  2  Elswood  Street 
Phone  Fort  Rouge  945 

Montague  Aldous 

Financial  Agent 
Real  Estate 

MORTGAGE  LOANS  FARM  LANDS 
INVESTMENTS  ESTATES  MANAGED 


REPRESENTING 

Scottish  Canadian  Mortgage  Co.,  Ltd. 

OF  EDINBURGH 

Capital  Paid  Up,  $2,500,000 


Telephone  Main  8143 


502  Trust  and  Loan  Building 

173  Portage  Avenue  East 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


8!. 


Wm.  H.  Campbell  William  Schadek 

.  ;k  .  r.. 

Campbell  &  Schadek 

Real  Estate,  Insurance 
and  Financial  Agents 

Farm  Land  Specialists 

Money  to  Loan 


Steamship  Ticket  Agents 


906  Union  Bank  Building 

Phones  Main  5460-5461 

Branch:  Talbot  Block  (Elmwood)  -  -  Phone  St.  John  2712 


Adolph  V.  Maurer  Louis  F.  Wilde 

Res.  332  Manitoba  Avenue  Res.  668  Strathcona  Street 

Phone  St.  John  1 2 J5  Phone  Sher.  507 


Maurer  &  Wilde 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  FINANCIAL  BROKERS 
LOANS,  INSURANCE  AND  RENTING 
FARM  LANDS,  FRUIT  LANDS,  TIMBER  LIMITS 


Phone  Main  7394 


Suite  901,  McArthur  Building 


$100  REWARD 

The  Association  of  American  Directory  Publishers  will 
pay  $100  Reward  for  the  arrest  and  conviction  of  any 
person  or  persons  attempting  to  collect  money  on 
fraudulent  directory  advertisements. 

WILLIAM  H.  BATES,  Secy. 

202  EAST  TWELFTH  ST.,  NEW  YORK  CITY 


90 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


HAROLD  B.  HAMBER  HAROLD  W.  WEBSTER  AUBREY  WEST 

JAMES  MUNRO 

Cable  Address  “HAMRO” 


Hamber,  Webster  &  Co. 

Insurance  and  Financial  Agents 
Real  Estate  and  Investment  Brokers 

Representing 

The  Mercantile  Fire  Insurance  Company 

Policies  Guaranteed  by  the  London  and  Lancashire  Fire  Insurance  Company 
of  England 

The  Royal  Exchange  Assurance  of  London,  England 

Casualty  and  Liability  Department 

Western  Properties  Limited 


Phone  Main  3877 

404-405  Belgica  Block,  290  Garry  St. 


Harry  H.  Smith  William  P.  Fess  Roy  H.  Dean 

Smith-Fess  Agency 

Insurance 

R  EPRESENTING — 

American  Central  Insurance  Company  of  St.  Louis  (Fire) 

Palatine  Insurance  Company,  Limited,  of  London,  England 
Fidelity  and  Casualty  Company  of  New  York 
(Accident,  Health,  Burglary,  Plate  Glass,  Boiler  and  Elevator  Liability) 

Phone  Garry  2052 

1001  Lindsay  Building  -  Notre  Dame  Avenue 


The  National  Life  Assurance  Company 

OF  CANADA 

Elias  Rogers,  President 

Albert  J.  Ralston,  Managing  Director 

H.  V.  Pearlman,  Manager  Executive  Special  Department 


Phone  Garry  2738 

1008-1009  Electric  Railway  Chambers,  Winnipeg 


INSURANCE,  FINANCIAL,  INVESTMENTS 


91 


JAMES  T.  WHITLAW  CHARLES  H.  McFADYEN 

Whitlaw  &  McFadyen 

Investment  Brokers 

Insurance  Loans 

Real  Estate  Rentals 

PRIVATE  FUNDS  TO  LOAN 
HOUSES  BUILT  FOR  CLIENTS 


General  Agents  for  Manitoba 

Mount  Royal  Assurance  Company  of  Montreal 

(Fire  and  Plate  Glass) 

Canadian  Building  Corporation,  Limited 
The  Westminster  Investment  Company,  Limited 


Phone  Main  3774 


600-601  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


92 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Argue  Brothers 

Limited 

Successors  to  M.  Willis  Argue 

Real  Estate  Investments 
Loans  Insurance 
Rental  Agents 

Houses  Built  and  Sold  to  Clients  on  Easy  Terms 

PLANS  AND  SPECIFICATIONS  PREPARED 


Companies  Represented! 

A.B.C.  Investments,  Limited 
Seven  Oaks  Land  Company,  Limited 
International  Loan  Company,  Limited 


Phones  Main  818  and  2418 


707-708  Confederation  Life  Building 


457  Main  Street 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Real  Estate 

Rentals 

Loans 


Page 


Ahier,  Wall  ter .  12  4 

Argue  Brothers,  Ltd .  92 

Argue  Realty  Co.,  Ltd .  94 

Armstrong,  S.  R .  94 

Berry  &  Carson  .  124 

Bingham  &  Drahonnet  .  86 

Boyle  Realty  Company .  96 

British  Canadian  Securities,  Ltd.  .  103 

Buffet,  C .  97 

Bulmer,  Reid  &  Curie  .  95 

Burdick  (The  W.  L.)  Co .  124 

Cameron,  A.  P.  &  Co .  100 

Cameron,  Wi'llliam  N .  125 

Canadian  City  and  Town  Properties, 

Ltd .  99 

Canadian  Dominion  Development, 

Ltd .  99 

Canadian  Properties,  Limited .  98 

Canadian  Resources  Development, 

Ltd .  99 

Cattley  Canadian  Investments,  Ltd.  100 

Chalmers,  H.  A.  D .  124 

Clements,  Louis  R .  126 

Commercial  Loan  &  Trust  Co.,  Ltd.  96 

Crotty,  T.  H.  &  Co .  102 

Dalburg,  C.  J .  125 

Dominion  Investment  &  Securities 

Company,  Limited .  85 

Downing  &  Miller .  126 

Fox-Decent,  T .  101 

Goodwyn  &  Company .  139 

Grant.  M.  R..  Realty  Co .  104 

Grassie,  William  .  105 

Haffner,  John  .  126 

Haldorson.  H .  127 

Hamber,  Webster  &  Co .  90 

Hamilton,  W.  R.  &  Co .  104 

Hancox  Land  &  Building  Co.,  Ltd.  126 

Henderson-Blanchard  Realty  Co.  .  .  127 

Heubaeh,  Finkelstein  &  lieu  bach  .  109 

Imperial  Development  Co.,  Ltd  .  .  106 

J.  W.  Sherwin  &  Co . 1M 

Lovell,  G.  J .  96 

McCatlum,  Hill  &  Co . Ill 

McCalilum,  Peter  .  .  113 

McCutcheon  Bros..  Limited  .  108 

McDonald,  D.  A.  Realty  Co .  127 


Page 


|  McNeill  &  Joseph  .  129 

i  ,McPhail  Realty  Company .  128. 

I  Macgregor,  John  Co.,  Ltd .  108 

!  Marsden  &  Teepile  .  110 

!  Maxwell,  R.  D.  &  Co .  120 

;  Mean  well  &  Co .  128 

|  Menzies  &  Sihantz  .  110 

I  Montague  Aldous .  88 

National  Realty  &  Investment  Co.  112 
New  Canada  Investment  Co.,  Ltd...  112 
N.  T.  MacMillan  Company,  Ltd.  ...  87 

;  O’Brien.  T.  W .  128 

I  Oakes- Grey  Realty,  Limited  .  115 

!  Oddson,  Th.,  &  Sons  .  117 

;  Original  Townsite  Co.  of  Canada, 

Ltd .  129 

Palmer,  J.  Fred  .  129 

!  Pearson.  Wm.  Co.,  Ltd .  114 

|  Peer,  James  N .  129 

I  Port  Arthur  Lands,  Limited  .  99 

Red  River  Loan  &  Land  Co.  .....  130 

Residential  Building  Company,  Ltd.  121 

Rogers  Realty  Company,  Ltd .  122 

i  Ross,  D.  M.  &  Co .  130 

:  Sandy  Hook  Realty  Co.,  Ltd .  125 

Shaw,  E.  J.  &  Co .  130 

Simpson,  Mitchell  &  Ewing  . 38-39 

i  Skuli  Hansson  &  Co .  107 

i  Stanbridge  Realty  Co .  131 

I  Stevenson  &  Feillde .  116 

Stewart  &  Walker,  Ltd .  118 

Suffield-Pain  Investment  Corpora¬ 
tion,  Ltd .  106 

Taylor,  Hilliard  .  120 

Walch  Land  Company  (The)  .  118 

Wark,  David  &  Son  .  131 

Warszawski  (Edward)  Co .  131 

Watson,  John  L.  Land  Co .  114 

Webb,  H.  A.  &  Co .  131 

Whitehead,  T.  P .  132 

Whitlaw  &  McFadyen  .  91 

i  William.  Frank  .  102 

Williams  Bros.  Co.,  Ltd .  132 

•  Williamson  Realty  Co .  122 

;  Wolfe  &  Company .  125 

I  Wright,  Thomas  &  Co.. .  132 


94 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


H.  A.  ARGUE  C.  ARGUE  W.  M.  ARGUE 

President  Vice-President  Sec.-Treasurer 


Real  Estate  and  Investment  Brokers 

Financial  and  Rental  Agents 


INSIDE  CITY  PROPERTY 
OUR  SPECIALTY 


606  Sterling  Bank  Building  Phone  Main  74 


Samuel  R.  Armstrong-  Res.  497  Beresford  Ave. 

Phone  Ft.  Rouge  1883 


S.  R.  Armstrong 


FINANCIAL  AGENT 


Real  Estate 


LOANS  AND  INSURANCE 


Phone  Main  434 

707  Merchants  Bank  Building,  377  Main  Street 


'REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS  LOANS 


95 


ames  H.  Bulmer  John  S.  Reid  John  H.  Curle 

Bulmer,  Reid  &  Curie 

Investment  and 

Real  Estate 

Brokers 

CITY  AND  SUBURBAN  PROPERTIES 

Farm  Lands 

WHOLESALE  and  RETAIL 


Managing  Agents  for 

Confederation  Real  Estate  Company,  Limited 
Anglo-American  Investors,  Limited 
Simcoe  Investments,  Limited 
Welland  Realty,  Limited 


1104  McArthur  Building 

Phone  Main  1704  (Private  Exchange) 


96 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Cable  Address:  “LOVELL” 


Residence  Phone  :  Ft.  Rouge  1819 


G.  J . 


Lovell 


Investment  Broker 

and  Financial  Agent 


representing: 

Manitoba  Beach  Company,  Limited 

CAPITAL  $100,000 

Hardware  Specialties,  Limited 

CAPITAL  $40,000 

Odorkill  Manufacturing  Company 

Northwestern  Battery  Company,  Limited 

CAPITAL  $200,000 

International  Sanitary  Company,  Limited 

CAPITAL  $100,000 

Safety  Fire  Lighters,  Limited 

CAPITAL  $25,000 

Advice  upon  General  Business  Investments  Companies  floated  on  sound  propositions 

449  Main  Street  Phone  Main  7966 


John  O.  Boyle  Res.  255  Morley  Avenue  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  166 


Boyle  Realty  Company 

REAL  ESTATE 

RENTING  AND  INSURANCE 


Phone  Main  1339  Suite  307-9,  Somerset  Block,  294  Portage  Avenue 


Thos.  D.  Robinson,  President  W.  M.  Bannatyne,  Manager 

C.  W.  N.  Kennedy,  Vice-President  R.  T.  Heron,  Asst.  Manager 


The  Commercial  Loan  and  Trust  Company,  Limited 

Acts  as  Trustee,  Administrator,  Executor,  Assignee,  etc. 

Undertakes  the  management  and  Sale  of  Real  Estate 

MONEY  TO  LOAN  ON  IMPROVED  CITY  REAL  ESTATE 

4 lA  per  cent,  allowed  on  Savings  Deposits,  payable  quarterly  subject  to  withdrawal 

Phone  Main  1846  Kennedy  Building,  315  Portage  Avenue 


REAL  ESTATE.  RENTALS.  LOANS 


97 


CLAUDE  BUFFET 

Res.  107  Chestnut  Street  Phone  Sherbrooke  1098 

C.  Buffet 


Real  Estate 

Loans 

Insurance 


WINNIPEG  AND  ST.  BONIFACE  REALTY 


PHONE  MAIN  7862 

200  Farmer  Building 

333  Main  Street,  Winnipeg 


98 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Cable  Address 
“CANAPROP,”  WINNIPEG 


Codes  Used 

WESTERN  UNION,  BENTLEYS, 
IMPERIAL  COMBINATION 


Canadian  Properties  Limited 

L.  BENSON  BOYD,  Manager 
HARRY  Z.  LOGAN,  Assistant  Manager 


STOCKS  AND  BONDS 
BROKERS  AND  FINANCIAL  AGENTS 

Real  Estate  Investments 
Loans,  Rental  Agents 

General  Agents 

British  Columbia  Fruit  Lands,  Limited 
Edmonton  Strathcona  Land  Syndicate,  Limited 
Canadian  Midlands,  Limited 
Cicetar  Estate 


We  have  extensive  Farm  Land  Holdings  in  the 
Saskatoon,  Goose  Lake  and  Kindersley  Districts. 


Branches  at  Saskatoon  and  Kamloops,  B.C. 


Phone  Main  1565 

Head  Office 

81 1  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


REAL.  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS 


99 


BRITISH-CANADIAN  AFFILIATED  COMPANIES  BANKERS— BANK  OF  MONTREAL 

Registered  Offices:  Liverpool,  England 

Cable  Andress — “  Portarlan,  Winnipeg  ” 

FARM  LANDS  FRUIT  LANDS 

WHEAT  LANDS  CITY  PROPERTY 

COAL  AND  OTHER  INVESTMENTS 


Canadian  Dominion  Development 

Li  m  ited 

Capital  £.400,000  ($1,940,000) 

Choice  Fruit  Lands  on  the  Arrow  Lakes,  British 
Columbia.  Wheat  Lands,  Coal  Mines  and  Business 
Properties. 

Canadian  City  and  Town  Properties 

Limited 

Capital  £.300,000  ($1,455,000) 

Owners  of  Boulevard  Heights,  Moose  Jaw,  Sas¬ 
katchewan.  City  Properties  throughout  the  West. 

Canadian  Resources  Development 

Limited 

Capital  £.100,000  ($485,000) 

Owners  of  Intercity  and  Interocean  Park,  centrally 
located  between  Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William,  Ont. 

Port  Arthur  Lands,  Limited 

Capital  £50,000  ($242,500) 

Owners  of  Selected  Lands  at  Port  Arthur,  Ontario. 


Frederick  L.  Hammond,  Managing  Director  Edward  Baillie,  Canadian  Manager 


HEAD  OFFICES  IN  CANADA: 

114  Cadomin  Building 

282  Main  St.,  cor.  Graham 


100 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


A.  PURKIS  CAMERON  FRANK  W.  STONEHAM  SAMUEL  MCCLELLAND 

Res.  27  Carlton  St.  Res.  St.  James  Place 

Phone  Main  1028  ’  Phone  Sher.  2331 

Cable  Address:  “Purkcam,  Winnipeg” 


A.  P.  Cameron  &  Co. 

Members  Winnipeg’  Stock  Exchange 
Montreal  Stock  Exchang-e,  Toronto  Stock  Exchang-e, 

New  York  Stock  Exchang-e,  London  (Eng-.)  Stock  Exchange 

Stocks,  Bonds, 

Real  Estate,  Loans  and  Insurance 


Phone  Main  3335 


808-9  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


ROBERT  CATTLEY 
President 


J.  H.  CATTLEY  P.  J.  HENRY 

Vice-President  Secretary-Treasurer 


Cattley  Canadian  Investment  Co.  Ltd. 

Real  Estate  and  Investments 


South  End  Properties  a  Specialty  Southwood  and  Prospect  Park 


Phone  Garry  1523 


116  Phoenix  Block,  Winnipeg 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


iOl 


T. Fox-Decent 

(Member  Real  Estate  Exchange) 


Real  Estate  and 
Financial  Agent 

Notary  Public 


Buys  and  Sells  City  and  Farm 
Property 

Makes  Investments  for  British 
and  Foreign  Investors 

Manages  Estates 

Makes  Valuations 

Negotiates  Loans 

Insures  Property 


Office  Phone:  Main  4500  Residence  Phone:  Garry  3785 

Suite  33,  Empress  Block,  354  Main  St. 

London  Office:  110  Bishopsgate  St.,  London,  E.C.,  England 


102 


SPECIAL.  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


THOMAS  H.  CROTTY  HERBERT  H.  EDMISON 

T.  H.  Crotty  &  Co. 

Established  1879 

Real  Estate  Brokers 
Financial  and  Rental  Agents 


CITY  PROPERTY 


Phone  Main  757 

702  McArthur  Building  -  Portage  Avenue 


William  Frank 

Real  Estate 

Farm  Lands  and  Investments 


Head  Office  of  the  following  Companies  ! 

Midland  Investment  Company,  Limited 
Selkirk  and  Northern  Land  Company,  Limited 


Phone  Main  165 

409-410  McArthur  Building 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


103 


British  Canadian  Securities 

Limited 

Capital  Paid  Up,  -  $250,000 

Head  Office!  Vancouver,  B.C. 

City  Real  Estate 
Farm  Lands 


British  Columbia 

Fruit  Lands  and  Timber  Limits 


STOCKS  AND  BONDS 
AGREEMENTS  OF  SALE  PURCHASED 


Douglas  K.  Horne,  Manager  Real  Estate  Dept. 
O.  M.  Ross,  Assistant  Manager  Real  Estate  Dept. 


Phone  Main  5800-01-02 

(Private  Exchange) 

367  Main  Street 


104 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Marshall  R.  Grant,  Res.  359  River  Ave.  Phone  Fort  Rouge  2177 

M.  R.  Grant  Realty  Co. 

Successors  to  Grant  &  Simmers 

Real  Estate  Brokers 

LOANS  INSURANCE 

MONEY  INVESTED 


City  and  Suburban  Properties 

A  SPECIALTY 

401  McArthur  Bldg.  Phone  Main  2002 


WILLIAM  R.  HAMILTON 


ANGUS  M.  McKAY 


W.  R.  Hamilton  &  Co. 

Real  Estate  Brokers 
Loans  and  Insurance 

FARM  LANDS  RENTAL  AGENTS 

PRIVATE  FUNDS  TO  LOAN 


Phone  Main  7671  P.O.  Box  1403 

34  Canada  Life  Building,  208  Portage  Avenue 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


105 


William  Grassie 

Financial,  Insurance 

and 

Real  Estate  Broker 


Representing 

The  British-American  Investment  Company,  Limited 
The  Northern  Finance  Company,  Limited 

Money  to  Loan 

Agreements  of  Sale  Purchased 
Investments  -  Insurance 

Real  Estate 

Bought,  Sold  and  Exchanged 

SPECIAL  ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO  SALE 
OF  PROPERTIES  EXCLUSIVELY  LISTED 

C.P.R.  Transcona— Our  Specialty 


Phone  Garry  3244 

54  Aikins  Bldg.,  221  McDermot  Ave. 


106 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Imperial  Development 

Company,  Limited 

JOS.  SNOWDEN,  Managing  Director 
Special  Commissioner  for  Alberta 

Investors  and  Dealers  in 

Western  Canada  Lands 
and  Securities 

Suburban  Acreage  Loans 

Farm  Lands  Insurance 

City  and  Town  Property  Reliable  Valuations 


Phone  Main  9174 

1005  Union  Trust  Building 


J.  D.  Suffield  Edward  Pain 

Cable  Address  “iNREAL”  Winnipeg 
Lieber’s  Code 

Suffield-Pain  Investment 

Corporation,  Limited 

Real  Estate  and 
Financial  Agents 

LOANS,  AGREEMENTS 
OF  SALE 


Phone  Main  5676 

203  Farmer  Building,  333  Main  Street 


REAL  ESTATE.  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


107 


Skuli  Hansson,  Res.  Suite  5,  Alexandria  Apartments,  393  Graham  Avenue 

Phone  Main  5024 


Skuli  Hansson  &  Co. 

ASSOCIATES 

H.  B.  Skaptason  John  Davidson  C.  B.  Deacon 
John  Baldwin  C.  G.  Christie  S.  C.  Miller 
J.  Hodge  Forrester 


Real  Estate  and 
Investment  Brokers 


Insurance, 

Loans 


And 

Securities 


North  Canadian  Securities  Co.,  Limited 
St.  Vital  Investments,  Limited 
Kildonan  Investments,  Limited 


Telephones  Garry  340-341 


47  Aikins  Building 

221  McDermot  Avenue,  Corner  Albert 


108 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


McCutcheon  Bros. 

Limited 

Head  Office!  214a  Seventh  Ave.  West,  Calgary 

Real  Estate  and 
Financial  Brokers 


Branch  Offices  ! 


Winnipeg  -  -  447  Main  Street 

Toronto  -  98  King-  Street  West 

Ottawa  -  147  Sparks  Street 

Victoria  -  -  1309  Douglas  Street 

London,  Eng.  Norwich  Union  Building 
Piccadilly 

Great  Falls,  Mont. 


Regina 
Ed  monton  - 
Moose  Jaw 
Fernie 


-  -  Black  Block 

-  1 18  Jasper  Avenue 

-  Walter  Scott  Building 

-  -  Liphardt  Block 


Glasgow,  Scot.  Scottish  Temperance 
Chambers,  St.  Vincent  St. 

Plymouth,  Eng. 


Joseph  H.  McCutcheon,  Director  and  Local  Manager 

447  Main  Street  Phones  Main  6600-6602 


W.  H.  CROSS,  president  R.  T.  RILEY,  Vice-President 

JOHN  MACGREGOR.  Managing  Director 

The  John  Macgregor  Do. 

LI  M  ITED 

AGREEMENTS  FOR  SALE  PURCHASED 

Real  Estate  and  Financial  Brokers 


Caledonian  Investment  Company,  Ltd. 

Head  Office  :  Winnipeg 

John  Macgregor,  Managing  Director 

Canada  Land  and  Loan  Company,  Ltd. 

John  Macgregor,  Managing  Director 

The  Allan  Securities  Company,  Ltd. 

John  Macgregor,  Managing  Director 

The  Northern  Land  and  Loan  Company,  Ltd. 

Directors  :  G.  W.  Allan  (President),  VV.  H.  Cross  (1st  Vice-President),  J.  A.  Girvin  (2nd  Vice-President) 
A.  M.  Nanton,  M.  Bull,  G.  R.  Crowe,  W.  J.  Christie,  G.  V.  Hastings 

John  Macgregor,  Managing  Director 

The  Western  Land  and  Loan  Company,  Ltd. 

Directors:  G.  W.  Allan  (President),  W.  H.  Cross  (1st  Vice-President),  W.  J.  Christie  (2nd  Vice-President) 
M.  Bull,  J.  A.  Girvin,  D.  K.  Elliott,  John  Galt,  Hon.  W.  H.  Montague 

John  Macgregor,  Managing  Director 


308  Nanton  Building  -  Phone  Main  1098 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


109 


Heubach, 

Finkelstein  &  Heubach 

Financial  Agents 
Stock  Brokers 

Realty 

Investments 

Managers  for 

Tuxedo  Park  Norwood  Rydal 


Phones  Main  144  and  145 

Private  Exchange  Connecting  All  Departments 


Second  Floor 

Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce 

391  Main  Street 


110 


SPECIAL,  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


HERBERT  M.  MARSDEN  CHAS.  M.  TEEPLE 

Res.  55  Berry  Street,  Norwood  Res.  204  Belvidere  Court 

Phone  Main  2911  Phone  Sher.  3840 

Marsden  &  Teeple 

Real  Estate  Farm  Lands 
Insurance  Mortgage  Loans 

We  specialize  in 

Norwood,  St.  Boniface  and  St.  Vital  properties 


Phone  Main  1517 


205  Farmer  Building 

333  Main  Street,  Next  Bank  of  Montreal 


JOHN  S.  MENZIES 
Res.  209  Balmoral  Street 
Phone  Sher.  1947 


MILTON  E.  SHANTZ 
Res.  553  Rosedale  Ave. 
Phone  Ft.  Rouge  1185 


Menzies  &  Shantz 

Real  Estate  Brokers 


SELLING  AGENTS 

Kings  Park,  Limited 


804-  Trust  and  Loan  Building 

173  Portage  Ave.  E.  Phones  Main  3413-3414 


REAL  ESTATE.  RENTALS  LOANS. 


Ill 


Head  Office:  Grand  Trunk  Building-,  17-19  Cockspur  SL 

1770  Scarth  St.,  Regina  London,  Eng. 

McCallum,  Hill  &  Co. 

Real  Estate,  Loans  and 

Insurance 


British  Dominions  General  Insurance  Company, 
Limited,  of  London,  England 

Dominion  Gresham  Guarantee  and  Casualty  Company, 

of  Montreal 


Fire,  Marine,  Plate  Glass,  Travellers’  Baggage, 
Automobile,  Employers’  Liability,  Personal  Ac¬ 
cident  and  all  lines  of  Casualty  Insurance 


Charles  H.  Allen,  Manager,  Winnipeg  Branch 


Phone  Main  2572 

200  Nanton  Building 


112 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


GERALD  L.  STEINRICH,  RES.  969  McMILLAN  AVENUE  RES.  PHONE  FT.  ROUGE  1623 

National  Realty  &  Investment  Co. 

Real  Estate  Investments 
Insurance  Loans  Rentals 

Exchange  Department 

APARTMENT  BLOCKS,  HOUSES,  FARMS,  ETC. 


Phone  Main  7979 

501  Keewayden  Building,  138  Portage  Avenue  East 

ROBERT  W.  MUIRHEAD,  President  .  WILLIAM  J.  STEPHENS,  Secretary 

New  Canada  Investment 

Company,  Limited 

Western  Canada  and  California  Lands 


Sales  Managers 

SOUTH  KIRKFIELD  PARK  VISTA  HEIGHTS 

ST.  CHARLES  ST.  VITAL 

High  Class  Residential  Properties  adjoining  City  of  Winnipeg 


Provincial  Sales  Agents  in  Western  Canada  for 

Thomas.  D.  Campbell  &  Co.,  625  South  Hill  St.,  Los  Angeles 

Fontana  Orange  and  Olive  Lands,  near  City 
of  Los  Angeles,  California 


907  Lindsay  Building 


Phone  Main  1348 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


11a 

Peter  McCallum 


Real  Estate  Broker 
and  Financial  Agent 

INVESTMENTS  (CITY  PROPERTY) 
FARM  LANDS,  INSURANCE,  LOANS 


The  North  Western  Mortgage 
Corporation,  Ltd. 

PETER  McCALLUM  -  -  Managing'  Director 

DONALD  McCALLUM  -  -  Secretary-Treasurer 


Mortgage  Loans  Investments 
Agreements  for  Sale  Purchased 


322-324  Somerset  Block 

Portage  Avenue 


Phone  Main  7040 


114 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


The  Famous  and  Fertile 


Last  Mountain  Valley 


Saskatchewan 

The  Great  Spring  Wheat  Belt  and  Mixed  Farming 
District  of  Western  Canada 


Harvest  of  1913 


The  Last  Mountain  Valley  raised  the  best  average  crop  of  wheat, 
both  in  quantity  and  quality,  in  the  Province  of  Saskatchewan, 
thus  keeping  up  the  usual  high  standard  of  many  years. 

If  you  want  a  SURE  thing  buy  land  in  the  Last  Monntain  Valley. 
Send  for  maps,  booklets,  etc. 


Wm.  Pearson  Co.  Ltd. 


Phones  Main  3761  and  7110 


Canada  Permanent  Building,  296  Garry  Street 


Farm  Land  Specialists 


C ity  Real  Estate 


We 


Prairie  Lands 


and 


n 


Farms 


Yorkton,  Sask. 
Red 


(Suburban  to  Winnipeg) 


Brokenhead 


Districts 


and 


435  Main  Street  Phone  Main  8845 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


115 


Albert  H.  Oakes  Joseph  W.  Gray 
Vice-President  and  Manager  President 


Albert  Prugh  Thomas  E.  Moffatt 

Treasurer  Secretary 


Oakes-Gray  Realty 

Limited 

Members  Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange 

Capital  $500,000 

Investments  carefully  made  for 
Non-Resident  Clients 


Realty  and  Investment  Brokers 

Central  City  Property,  Winnipeg  Suburban  Acreage 

ARE  OUR  SPECIALTIES 


Managing  Agents 

United  Investors,  Limited 

Capital  Stock,  $1,000,000 

Board  of  Directors  ! 

RICHARD  D.  WAUGH,  President  ALBERT  H.  OAKES,  Vice-President  and  Managing  Director 
THOMAS  E.  MOFFATT,  Secretary-Treasurer 
J.  W.  COCKBURN,  E.  R.  CHAPMAN,  JOSEPH  W.  GRAY  (Minneapolis) 
FREDERICK  W.  MOORE  DUNCAN  CAUGHLIN  (Clearwater) 

Suburban  Estates,  Limited 

Winnipeg  and  Western  Canada  afford  Splendid  Opportunities  for 
the  Safe  and  PROFITABLE  INVESTMENT  OF  FUNDS 
Send  us  card  for  “Prospectus”  and  Leaflet  entitled  “Profits,” 
containing  concrete  examples  of  Profits  made  by  our  clients. 

References — R.  G.  Dun  &  Co.,  Bradstreet’s 


300-306  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


116 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


J.  W.  Sherwin  &  Co. 

J.  WALLIS  SHERWIN,  Manager 

Real  Estate 

Investments 

Loans 

Consolidated  Securities,  Limited 

Winnipeg-  and  Western  City  Investments 

Phone  Main  1996 

2H  Kennedy  Bldg.,  317  Portage  Ave. 


Sidney  S.  Stevenson  James  F.  Feilde 

Stevenson  &  Feilde 

Real  Estate  and 
Financial  Agents 

MANAGERS  OF 

Interprovincial  Land  Co.,  Limited 
Sterling  Investments  Limited 


Phone  Main  6450 

603-4  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


HEAL  ESTATE  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


117 


THORSTEINN  GODSON 
Res.  448  Sherbrook  St. 
Phone  Sher.  865 


LEI  FUR  OODSON 
Res.  448  Sherbrook  St. 
Phone  Sher.  865 


THORY  ODDSON 
Res.  448  Sherbrook  St. 
Phone  Sher.  865 


Members  Winnipeg  Real  Estate  Exchange 


Real  Estate 

and  Rental  Agents 

Investments 

Loans 


Owners  and  Managers  of  the  following 
Apartment  Blocks: 

The  Kelona,  819  St.  Paul  Avenue,  cor.  Burnell  Street 

The  Haslemere,  Ellice  Avenue,  cor.  Furby  Street 

Claremont  Court,  Burnell  Street,  cor.  Ellice  Avenue 

The  Komoka,  817  St.  Paul  Avenue 

St.  Paul  Terrace,  St.  Paul  Avenue 

Coronado  Apartments,  485  Furby  Street 

The  Kolbrun,  Burnell  Street,  cor.  St.  Paul  Avenue 


Phone  Main  2312 


402-404  Sterling  Bank  Building 

Portage  Avenue,  cor.  Smith  Street 


118 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Stewart  &  Walker 

Limited 

Real  Estate  and 
Financial  Brokers 


EXCLUSIVE  SALES  AGENTS  FOR 

Amalgamated  Land  and  Mortgage  Companies  of  Winnipeg,  Limited 

CAPITAL  -  -  $5,000,000 

Deer  Lodge  Security  Company,  Limited 

CAPITAL  -  -  $1,500,000 


Phones  Main  4817  and  4818 

(PRIVATE  EXCHANGE) 

200  Sterling  Bank  Building 


Farm  Lands  and  Real  Estate 
Investments 

Phones— Main  440  and  441 


HEAD  OFFICE 

Northern  Crown  Bank  Building 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS  LOANS. 


119 


ERNEST  E.  GOODWYN  H.  GEOFFREY  GOODWYN 

Goodwyn  &  Company 


Real  Estate 


RENTAL,  INSURANCE  AND  INVESTMENT 
AGENTS  MONEY  TO  LOAN  FARM  LANDS 


Phone  Main  5990 


403  Nanton  Building 


Branch  Office 


Weyburn,  Sask. 


120 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


R.  D.  Maxwell  &  Co. 

Financial  Brokers  and  General  Agents 

Real  Estate 

Insurance,  Loans,  Rentals 


Phone  Main  2039 

216  Kennedy  Building 


Hilliard  Taylor 

Investment  Broker 

Real  Estate 

Loans,  Stocks  and  Fire  Insurance 

CHOICE  CITY  AND  FARM 
PROPERTIES  FOR  SALE 
AND  HIGH-CLASS 
BRITISH  COLUMBIA 
FRUIT  FARMS 


Phone  Main  68 

400  Great  West  Permanent  Building 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


121 


d.  p.  McConnell,  j.  e.  wilkins,  w.  duguid, 

President  and  Managing  Secretary-Treasurer 

Director 

Directors 

d.  p.  McConnell,  d.  a.  kay,  fred  h.  stewart,  john  bellingham,  j.  e.  wilkins 

©iff  Umfontial  IttilMmi 

(Unmjrang,  IGimitrii 

Home  Builders 


61% 
Is  All  We 
Charge  on 
Your  Home 


There  is  Nothing  Saved  by  Paying  Rent 

HOMES  BUILT  ON  EASY  PAYMENT  PLAN 

Send  for  our  Booklet 

“How  to  Become  Your  Own  Landlord” 


Phone  Main  3945 


609  Confederation  Life  Building 


122 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


The  Rogers  Realty 

Company,  Limited 

CAPITAL  PAID-UP  -  $500,000 


SEE  US  FOR 

Western  Canada  Farms 
Winnipeg  Properties 
B.  C.  Fruit  Lands 


Phones:  Main  2194-2195 

Head  Office :  258  Portage  A ve. 


Milton  J.  Williamson 

Res.:  Suite  24  Rego  Court,  cor.  Maryland  and  Allowav 
Phone  Sher.  3512 


Williamson  Realty  Co. 

Real  Estate 
Investments 

Business  Brokerage,  Loans  and  Insurance 


WINNIPEG  CITY  PROPERTY  AND  SUBDIVISIONS 
ARE  ALWAYS  GOOD  PURCHASES  FOR  INVESTMENT 


PHONE  MAIN  2472 

407-409  Somerset  Block 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


123 


Member  Association  of  American  Directory  Publishers 

Henderson  Directories,  Limited 

WINNIPEG  -  REGINA  -  SASKATOON 


PUBLISHERS 


Brandon  City  Directory 
Fort  William  City  Directory 
Moose  jaw  City  Directory 
North  Battleford  City  Directory 
Portage  La  Prairie  City  Directory 
Port  Arthur  City  Directory 
Prince  Albert  City  Directory 


Regina  City  Directory 
Saskatoon  City  Directory 
Swift  Current  City  Directory 
Weyburn  City  Directory 
Winnipeg  City  Directory 
Yorkton  City  Directory 


Manitoba  and  Saskatchewan  Gazetteer  and  Directory 


Henderson  Directories  Alberta 

LIMITED 


CALGARY  -  EDMONTON 

PUBLISHERS 

Calgary  City  Directory  Edmonton  City  Directory 

Lethbridge  City  Directory 

Alberta  Gazetteer  and  Directory 


Henderson  Directory  Co. 

Henderson  Publishing  Co.,  Limited  Liability 

VANCOUVER  -  VICTORIA 


PUBLISH  ERS 

Vancouver  City  Directory  (including  North  Vancouver, 
Soufh  Vancouver,  Point  Grey,  New  Westminster, 
Chilliwack  and  Lower  Fraser  Towns) 

Victoria  City  and  Vancouver  Island  Directory 
Prince  Rupert  City  Directorv 

British  Columbia  Gazetteer  and  Directory 


124 


SPECIAL  advertising  department. 


Walter  Ahier 

REAL  ESTATE 

Winnipeg  Offers  Good  Investments.  List  Your  Property  with  me 


Mail  Address:  P.O.  Box  25  Phone  Main  5710  421  Somerset  Block 


Thos.  Berry,  J.P. 


C.  D.  Carson 


Berry  &  Carson 

APPRAISERS 

REAL  ESTATE,  MORTGAGES  AND  INSURANCE 
MONEY  TO  LOAN 


Phone  Main  333 


248  Tache  Ave.,  Norwood,  St.  Boniface 


The  W.  L.  Burdick  Company 

REAL  ESTATE  BROKERS 


Phone  Main  2663 


1208  McArthur  Building 


Life  Insurance 


Plate  Glass  Insurance  Fire  Insurance 

Rent  Collecting:  a  Specialty 


H.  A.  D.  Chalmers 

NOTARY  PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER  IN  B.R.,  ETC, 

REAL  ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE 


405  Nanton  Building 

Cor.  Portage  and  Main 


Office  Phones:  Main  423  and  424 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


125 


Agreements  of  Sale  Cashed 


William  N.  Cameron 

REAL  ESTATE  BROKER 
LOANS  AND  INSURANCE 


Phone  Main  7717 


601  Somerset  Building' 


C.  J.  Dalburg 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  INVESTMENTS 

HIGHEST  CLASS  ONLY 


Phone  Main  2736 


708  McArthur  Building 


J.  Brockest 

President 


H.  J.  Barnes 

Vice-President  and  Manager 


J.  B.  Heatley 

Secretary-T  reasurer 


Sandy  Hook  Realty  Company,  Limited 

INVESTMENTS,  STOCKS,  BONDS.  MORTGAGES,  INSURANCE 
AGREEMENTS  FOR  SALE,  FARM  LANDS,  CITY  PROPERTY 
FRUIT  LANDS 


Telephone  Main  2162 


105  Farmer  Building,  333  Main  Street 


Farm  Lands,  City  Property  Owners  of  the  Mission 

Money  to  Loan  Garden  Subdivision 

Fire  Insurance  and  Renting- 


Wolfe  &  Company 

REAL  ESTATE  AGENTS 


Telephone — Office,  Main  1780 
Telephone — Residence.  Sher.  856 


Confederation  Life  Building 
461  Main  Street 


126 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


CENTRAL  CITY  PROPERTY  A  SPECIALTY  PRIVATE  MONEY  TO  LOAN 

ROOMS  AND  HOUSES  TO  LET  RENTS  COLLECTED 


Louis  R.  Clements 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  FINANCIAL  AGENT 

RENTS  LOANS  AND  INSURANCE 


Phone  Main  4486 


903  Confederation  Life  Building* 


Henry  Downing 


Bernard  W.  Miller 


Downing  &  Miller 

REAL  ESTATE,  FINANCIAL  AND  INSURANCE  BROKERS 

Representing  : 

THE  OCEAN  ACCIDENT  AND  GUARANTEE  CORPORATION 


Phone  Main  670 


342  Somerset  Block 


RENTS  COLLECTED 


ESTATES  MANAGED 


MEMBER  WINNIPEG  REAL  ESTATE  EXCHANGE 


John  Haffner 

REAL  ESTATE,  FINANCIAL  AND  LOAN  AGENT 

CITY  PROPERTY.  FARM  LANDS.  TIMBER  LIMITS,  COAL  FIELDS  AND  CATTLE  RANCHES 
LOANS  AND  INSURANCE  NEGOTIATED  FIRE  INSURANCE  ADJUSTED  FOR  INSURED 


Telephone  Main  2077 


273 J  Portage  Avenue 


Frank  E.  Hancox,  President 

Res.  Phone  St.  John  178 


Frederick  R.  Cross,  Vice-President 

Res.  Phone  Sher.  4210 


Hancox  Land  &  Building  Co.,  Ltd. 

BUILDERS 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  FINANCIAL  BROKERS 

MORTGAGES  AT  LOWEST  RATES 
INSURANCE  PLACED  IN  BEST  COMPANIES 


Phone  Main  1149 


208  Nanton  Building 


REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


12V 


Res.  231  Aubrey  Street  Phone  Sherbrooke  1704 

H.  Haldorson 


Builder  and 
Financial  Agent 

City  Houses  a  Specialty 

Always  pleased  to  show  you  what  I 
have,  or  build  to  suit  you 


Houses  Sold  on  Terms  Like  Rent 


Phone  Main  2491 


48  Merchants  Bank  Building 

J.  B.  Henderson  J.  S.  Blanchard 


Henderson-Blanchard  Realty  Co. 

CITY  AND  SUBURBAN  PROPERTIES 

ACREAGE  FARM  LANDS 
FIRE  AND  AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE 


Phone  Main  355 


701  Confederation  Life  Building- 


Duncan  A.  McDonald,  Manager  Res.  31  Fawcett  Street  Phone  Sherbrooke  2223 


D.  A.  McDonald  Realty  Co. 

INVESTMENT  BROKERS  INSURANCE  AND  FI  N  A  NC  I A  L  AG  E  NTS 
MONEY  TO  LOAN  RENTALS 

Owners  and  Controllers  of  City  and  Farm  Properties 
We  make  a  Specialty  of  Collections 


501  Northern  Crown  Bank  Building 

Portaee  Ave.  cor.  Fort  Street 


Phone  Main  4637 
Evening-  Phone  Slier.  2223 


128 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


McPhail  Realty  Company 

REAL  ESTATE,  LOANS,  FIRE  AND  LIFE  INSURANCE 


KILDONAN  AND  ELMWOOD  PROPERTIES  A  SPECIALTY 

Trackage  property  within  one  and  a  half  miles  of  the  C.P.R.  Depot  and 
unequalled  elsewhere  in  the  City  at  surprisingly  low  prices 


Phone  St.  John  1471  Cor.  Stadacona  and  Talbot  Streets,  Elmwood 


VV.  Mean  well 


L.  W.  Meanwell 


J.  H.  Meanwell 


Meanwell  &  Co. 


NORWOOD  AND  ST.  VITAL  PROPERTIES  A  SPECIALTY 

FIRE.  LIFE  AND  AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE 
LOANS  (LONG  OR  SHORT)  HOUSES  AND  LAND 


Phone  Main  4090 


Office:  244^-  Tache  Ave.,  Norwood 


INSIDE  TRANSCONA  PROPERTIES  A  SPECIALTY 


T.  W.  O’Brien 

REAL  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS,  INSURANCE 

AGREEMENTS  OF  SALE  DISCOUNTED 
EXCHANGES  EFFECTED 


Business  Phone  Main  1470  309-311  McGreevy  Block 

Residence  Phone  Sher.  2108  258^  Portage  Avenue 


Is  Directory  Advertising  Read 

9 

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WHAT  ARE  YOU  DOING  NOW? 

The  Cost  is  Small,  Returns  More  Than  Satisfactory 


REAL  ESTATE.  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


129 


James  W.  McNeill 


Ernest  Joseph 


McNeill  &  Joseph 

REAL  ESTATE  AND 
RENTAL  AGENTS 

CITY  AND  SUBURBAN  PROPERTIES 
MORTGAGE  LOANS  NEGOTIATED 


Phone  Garry  5277 


602  Main  Street 


The  Original  Townsite  Co. 


of  Canada,  Limited 

Real  Estate 

Loans  Insurance 


Owners  of  Choice  Inside  Properties  only 
Ernest  A.  Boom,  Managing  Director 

Phone  Main  883  805  Confederation  Life  Building 


Residence  247  Inkster  Avenue 


Phone  St.  John  689 


J.  Fred  Palmer 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  FINANCIAL  AGENT 
ESTATES  MANAGED,  LOANS  AND  INSURANCE 
NORTH  WINNIPEG  PROPERTY  A  SPECIALTY 


Phone  Main  8430 

61  1  McIntyre  Block 

CITY  PROPERTY 

Res.  Phone  Main  22 

INVESTMENTS 

James  N.  Peer 


REAL  ESTATE,  LOAN 


AND  FINANCIAL  AGENT 


Phone  Main  4032 


711  McArthur  Building: 


130 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


CHOICE  FARM  LANDS,  IMPROVED  OR  UNIMPROVED,  CLIENTS  DEAL  WITH  US  DIRECT 

IN  MANITOBA  AND  SASKATCHEWAN.  AS  WE  ARE  OWNERS 

WINNIPEG  CITY  AND  SUBURBAN  PROPERTY 


Red  River  Loan  &  Land  Co. 

THOMAS  GUINAN,  PRESIDENT 
EDWARD  C.  COMPLIN,  Manager 


Phone  Main  3735  703  Union  Bank  Building 


PROPERTY  BOUGHT  WINNIPEG  AND  SURROUNDING 

SOLD  AND  EXCHANGED  PROPERTY  A  SPECIALTY 


D.  M.  Ross  &  Co. 

ESTABLISHED  1 S7T 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  INVESTMENT  AGENTS 

Property  Bought  and  Sold  in  Western  Towns,  principally  Coronation  and 
Tofield,  Alta.,  and  Wainwright  and  North  Battleford,  Sask.,  also  in 
Dauphin,  Man.  Apply  for  particulars 


Phone  Main  634 


305  Confederation  Life  Building 


Ernest  J.  Shaw 


Res.  880  Dorchester  Avenue 


Phone  Fort  Rouge  966 


E.  J.  Shaw  &  Co. 

REAL  ESTATE  BROKERS,  LOANS 
AND  INVESTMENTS 


Phone  Main  3795 


438  Somerset  Block 


Winnipeg’s 

Most  Progressive  Business  Men  Advertise  in 
the  City  Directory 

In  which  Class  are  You? 


Think  it  over,  and  send  for  our  Representative 


REAL,  ESTATE,  RENTALS,  LOANS. 


133 


W.  G.  Stanbridge 


A.  H.  Stanbridge 


The  Stanbridge  Realty  Co. 

SPECIALTY : 

HOUSES  AND  LOTS  IN  THE  WEST  END 


Offices:  1006  Lindsay  Building 

Phone  Garry  2054  Notre  Dame  Avenue 


David  Wark  G.  W.  Wark 


David  Wark  &  Son 

IMPROVED  FARMS  AND  PRAIRIE  LANDS 

Special  attention  given  to  local  and  Ametican  clients.  Wholesale  tracts  are  our  specialty 


Phone  Main  4903 

Res.  Sher.  1127 


722  Somerset  Block,  Portage  Ave. 


Preparing  of  all  kinds  of  Foreign  Documents  a  specialty 
Interpreting  and  translating  from  German,  Ruthenian,  Polish,  Russian  and  Bohemian 


Edward  Warszawski  &  Co. 

CONVEYANCERS,  NOTARIES,  COMMISSIONERS,  ETC. 


Phones:  Office,  St.  John  1562  and  1417 


834  Main  Street 


Branch:  Logan  Ave.,  Weston  Phone  Garry  4979 


H.  A.  Webb  &  Co. 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  INVESTMENTS 
TUXEDO  PARK  AND  NORWOOD 

Our  Specialty:  We  can  buy  or  sell  anything  here  if  price  is  right 


Phone  Main  3224 


Room  50,  Canada  Life  Block 


132 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


A.  G.  WILLIAMS  W.  M.  WILLIAMS 

Williams  Bros. 

Company,  Limited 

Real  Estate  and  Financial  Brokers 

Rental,  Loan  and  Insurance  Agents 


CITY  PROPERTY  AND  FARM  LANDS 
LAND  AND  CITY  PROPERTY  VALUATORS 
AGREEMENTS  OF  SALE  BOUGHT  AND  SOLD 


Phone  Main  2136 

508  Sterling  Bank  Building 


T.  P.  Whitehead 

REAL  ESTATE  BROKER 

Prince  Albert  and  Saskatoon  Property  a  Specialty 
Farm  Lands  in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta 


57  Victoria 


Bankers:  Merchants  Bank  of  Canada  Established  1904 

Res.:  6  Touraine  Apartments,  Kennedy,  cor.  Ellice 


Thomas  Wright  &  Co. 

FINANCIAL  AND  REAL  ESTATE  BROKERS 
FARM  LANDS  AND  CITY  PROPERTY 


Phone  Main  2949 


509  McGreevy  Block,  258J  Portage  Ave. 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Wholesale 

and 


Manufacturers 

Jobbers 


Page 


D.  Ackland  &  Son,  Ltd .  157 

Acme  Glove  Works,  Limited  .  138 

Acme  Sample  Case  Co .  140 

Bromley  &  Hague,  Limited  .  141 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender  Co.  of 

Canada,,  Ltd .  162 

Campbell  Bros.  &  Willson,  Ltd.  ...  142 

Canada' Paint  Co.,  Ltd .  158 

Canadian  Consolidated  Rubber  Com¬ 
pany,  Limited  .  153 

Canadian  Diebold  Safe  Co- .  156 

Canadian  H.  W.  Johns-Man  villi  e  Co. 

Ltd . 157 

Clare  &  Brockest,  Ltd .  150 

J.  D.  Clark  Billiard  Co .  163 

Clark  Bros.  &  Col.  Ltd . 

Columbia  Press,  Limited .  168 

Consolidated  Plate  Glass  Go.,  of 

Can.,  Ltd .  160 

Consolidated  Stationery  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  165 

Crane  &  Ordway  Co .  145 

Der  Nordwesten  Publishing  Co., 

Limited .  168 

Dominion  Glass  Company,  Ltd.  ...  148 

Edward  L.  D  re  wry  .  161 

Finnie  &  Murray  .  134 

Foot-'Komfort  Manufacturing  Co...  136 

Gordon,  Ironside  &  Fares  Co.,  Ltd.  144 

Green  shields,  Limited  .  138 

Gutta  Pe-rcha  &  Rubber,  Ltd .  152 

Henderson  Bros .  169 

Hobbs  Manufacturing  Co.,  Limited  148 
Imperial  News  Company,  Ltd.  ...  164 

Israelite  Printing  Co-.  .  168 

Lake  of  the  Woods  Milling  Com¬ 
pany,  Limited  .  143 

Lamontagne,  Limited  .  140 

Lozo  Joseph  A .  156 

Me  Clary  Mfg.  Co .  149 

McCdll  Bros.  &  Co .  159 


Page 

McCormick  Glass  Co.,  Ltd . 148 

McLeod  Hawthorne  Company,  Ltd.  140 

Macnab  &  Roberts,  Limited  .  135 

Manitoba  Welding  &  Manufactur¬ 
ing  Co .  176 

Merrick- Anderson  Company  .  151 

National  Drug  &  Chemical  Company 

of  Canada,  Ltd .  135 

Nerlich  &  Co .  139 

Nicholson  &  Bain  .  142 

Northwestern  Register  Co.,  Limited  164 

Pease  Western  Foundry,  Ltd.  ...  146 

H.  P.  Pennock  &  Co.,  Ltd .  142 

Prairie  City  Oil  Company .  160 

Redmond  Company,  Limited  .  138 

Richardson  &  Bishop,  Limited  ....  167 

Royal  Crown  Soaps,  Limited  .  142 

Ryan  Brothers  .  144 

Sanol  Manufacturing  Co.  of  Can.. 

Ltd . 136 

John  Schretlin  Importing  Co .  140 

Scottish  Whoelisale  Specialty  Com¬ 
pany  .  136 

Sheet  Metail  Products  of  Can.,  Ltd.  157 

James  Smart  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd .  150 

L.  C.  Smith  &  Bro .  166 

Stanley  Brock.  Limited  .  151 

Stanley  Mineral  Springs  Co.,  Ltd...  170 

Suckling  John  &  Co .  134 

Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Limited .  144 

J.  &  J.  Taylor,  Limited  .  156 

Tilden.  Gurney  &  Co.,  Limited .  147 

Tribune  Publishing  Company  .  171 

Union  Overall  Oo^  .  1,37 

Watson,  John,  Mfg.  Co . 154-155 

West  Disinfecting  Co .  136 

Western  Paint  Co .  158 

Williams  &  Taylor  .  146 

Willson  Stationery  Co .  166 

Winnipeg  News  Co.,  Ltd .  164 

Winnipeg  Safe  Works,  Ltd.  .....  150 


D 


134 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Finnie  &  Murray 

WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS 
AND  IMPORTERS  OF 

Dry  Goods,  Men’s  Furnishings 
and  Smaliwares 


Phones  Garry  634  and  635 

Cor.  McDermot  Ave.  and  Adelaide  St. 


John  Suckling  &  Co. 

Manufacturers’  Agents  and  Wholesale  Importers 


Sole  Agents  for  Canada  for 

Clyde,  Butler  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Notting¬ 
ham,  Eng. 

Laces,  Veiling:.  Nets,  Fancy  Collars  and  Frillings 
Paul  Landrock,  Plauen,  Saxony 

All  kinds  of  Plauen  Laces,  Allovers  and  Lace 
Collars 

F.  Blumer  &  Cie,  Switzerland 

Handkerchiefs  ot  all  descriptions 

F.  Stern  &  Co.,  London,  Eng. 

Tweeds,  Mantlings,  Silks  and  Dress  Goods 
Loeschigk&  Gestefeld,  Hamburg,  Ger¬ 
many 

Ladies’  Silk  and  Cotton  Gloves,  Cashmere,  Silk 
and  Cotton  Hosiery,  Men's  Cotton  and  Cashmere 
Sox,  Ribbons,  Hair  Nets,  Combs,  Pins,  Needles, 
Elastics,  Coat  Hangers  and  all  Smaliwares 


the  following  Manufacturers! 

L.  Appele,  Apolda,  Germany 

Knitted  Goods  of  all  descriptions,  Golfers.  Caps, 
Scarfs  and  Hoods,  etc. 

Franz  Galhert  &  Co.,  Weipert,  Bohemia 
Fancy  Dress  Trimmings  and  Braids  of  all  des¬ 
criptions 

The  Flemish  Paste  Co.,  London,  Eng. 
Omega  Metal  Polish  for  cleaning  Brass,  Silver, 
Nickel,  Copper  and  Gold 

We  are  also  agents  for  Caps,  Sheep  Coats,  Mac¬ 
kinaw  Coats  and  Pants,  Shirts,  Overalls,  Wool 
Sox,  Leather  Mitts  and  Gloves 

Stanfield’s  Underwear 

Stock  carried  in  Winnipeg 


PHONE  GARRY  4290 

44-46  Princess  St. 

Warehouse:  Cumberland  Building 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  &  JOBBERS 


135 


Macnab  &  Roberts 


Limited 


Manufacturers’  Agents 


Soda  Water  Fountains  and  Supplies 
Bakers’  and  Confectioners’  Supplies 
Steam  Pipe  and  Hot  Air  Ovens 

London  and  Petrolia  Barrel  Co. — Barrels  and  Kegs 
Solomon  Allen — Cider  and  Vinegars 
Pendretb  Machinery  Company,  Limited 
Dough  Mixers,  Dividers,  Cake  Mixers 
Steel  Troughs,  and  all  kinds  of  Power 


Phones  Main  1926-1927-1928 


120  Lombard  Street  -  Winnipeg 


L.  J.  MYLIUS,  Managing  Director 
G.  E.  ROWED,  Chief  Accountant 


I.  C.  SQUIER,  Warehouse  Manager 
ALFRED  RUSSELL,  Sales  Manager 


National  Drug  and  Chemical 
Company  of  Canada,  Ltd. 


Executive  Offices  :  32-34  St.  Gabriel  Street,  Montreal 


Associated  Branches  at!  Halifax,  St.  John,  Montreal,  Ottawa,  Toronto,  Hamilton, 
London,  Winnipeg,  Regina,  Calgary,  Edmonton,  Vancouver,  Victoria 


Wholesale  Druggists 

Chemicals,  Perfumery,  Patent  Medicines 


Manufacturers  of 


Na-Dru-Co.  Preparations 


136 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


Sand's  Anti-Diabetes 

Is  the  only  reliable  and  thoroughly  tested  Remedy  for  Diabetes  Mellitus.  It  has 
the  endorsation  of  several  well-known  Hospitals.  Price  $2.00  per  bottle. 

Sanoi 

NEVER  FAILS  TO  CURE 

Gall  Stones,  Kidney  and  Bladder  Stones,  Gravel,  Kidney  Trouble,  Lumbago,  Ailments 
of  Uric  Acid  Origin.  Price  $1.50. 

From  most  leading  druggists,  or  direct  from 

The  Sanoi  Manufacturing  Co.  of  Canada,  Limited 

Phone  St.  John  343  975  Main  Street,  Winnipeg,  Man. 


Other  Canadian  Offices  :  Montreal,  Toronto,  Vancouver 


West  Disinfecting  Co.  (Inc.) 

LARGEST  MANUFACTURERS  OF 

DISINFECTANTS,  SANITARY  APPLIANCES,  LIQUID  SOAP 

IN  THE  WORLD 


Phone  Main  504  210  Confederation  Life  Building 


Toe-Komfort  -  Price  25c 

Immediate  Relief  for  Tired,  Aching,  Burning  Feet,  Corns, 
Callouses,  Bunions,  Chilblains,  Excessive  Perspiration,  Bites  of  Insects,  Etc. 

Absolute  Cure  for 

Ingrowing  Nails,  Blisters  Between  the  Toes,  Soft  Corns,  Etc. 

SATISFACTION,  OR  MONEY  REFUNDED 

Foot-Komfort  Manufacturing  Co. 

P.  H.  VERMILYEA  &  SON 

389  Tweed  Avenue  Winnipeg,  Canada 


Drink  “Three  Quaker”  Tea 

PACKED  IN  SCOTLAND 

“  Three  Quaker  "  makes  better  Tea  and  more  of  it.  It  has  an  aroma  and  flavour  unequalled.  Sold 
only  in  sealed  packets,  at  50c.  and  60c.  per  lb. 

“Three  Quakers  sat  talking  well  into  the  night, 

Well  into  the  night,  till  the  fire  went  down 
Each  talked  of  the  liquor  which  he  loved  the  best 
That  liquor  so  mellow,  so  nice,  rich  and  brown, 

Twas  ‘  Three  Quaker  ’  Tea  so  good  and  in  fragrance  excelling.” 

Packers  and  Importers — 

Scottish  Wholesale  Specialty  Company 

Phone  St.  John  2437  263  Talbot  Avenue,  Elmwood 

Phone  Garry  4241  Retail  Store :  306  Notre  Dame  Avenue 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  &  JOBBERS 


137 


The  Union  Overall  Co. 

LIMITED 


Overalls 

UNION  MADE 


The  Most  Popular 
in  the  Trade 


Cor.  McDermot  and  Lydia 


Phone  Garry  1088 


C.  E.  CLARK  -  -  Manager 
ARTHUR  GUTHRIE  -  Secretary 


138 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  D.  OUELLETTE,  President  H.  J.  ALLEN,  Vice-President  A.  LEPINE,  Secretary-Treasurer 


Cable  Address!  “  ACMEGO” 

5th  Edition  A.B.C.  Code 

Factories : 

Montreal 
Marieville 
Indian  Lorrtte 
St.  Titk,  Que. 

Three  Rivers,  Que 


TRADE  mark 


Head  Office  : 
Montreal,  Que. 

Tannery  : 
Quebec,  Que. 


Acme  Glove  Works 

Limited 


Manufacturers  of 

Mitts,  Gloves,  Moccasins 
Sweaters,  Lumbermen's  Socks,  Larrigans 
Workingmen’s  Shirts,  Overalls 

Largest  Manufacturers  of  Sheeplined  Coats  in  the  British  Empire 

Sole  Agents  in  Canada  for  “Silva’s"  Gloves 


Winnipeg  Branch  ! 

286-290  McDermot  Avenue  Phone  Garry  4719 

MONTREAL  TORONTO  WINNIPEG  ST.  JOHN,  N.B. 


Selling  Agents  tor  G.  M.  NEWTON,  Western  Manager 

Priestley's  Dress  Goods  Pewny's  Gloves 
J.  &  T.  Alexander's  Linens  Crum’s  Prints 
Western  Brand  Underwear 


Greenshields  Limited 

WHOLESALE 

GENERAL  DRY  GOODS 


Phone  Garry  3328 


286  Bannatyne  Avenue 


The  Redmond  Company,  Limited 

HATS,  CAPS,  FURS,  MITTS  AND  GLOVES,  COATS 
“BEAVER  BRAND"  GOODS 


78  Princess  Street 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  &  JOBBERS 


139 


Nerlich  &  Co. 

LARGEST  STOCK  IN  CANADA  OF 

Wholesale  Fancy  Goods 


Head  Office  and  Warehouse:  146-148  Front  Street  West,  opp.  Union  Station,  Toronto 

Toys,  Dolls,  Games,  Christmas  Novelties,  Staple 
and  Fancy  China,  Crockery,  Glassware,  Rich  Cut 
Glass,  Toilet  Sundries,  Smokers’  Goods,  Musical 
Goods,  Leather  Goods,  Smallwares  and  Notions 


Branches  in  Montreal,  Quebec,  Winnipeg,  and  Berlin,  Germany 


Chas.  B.  Montgomery,  Manager 

52-54  Albert  Street  Phone  Garry  605 


140 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Arthur  J.  Leslie,  Western  Manager 


Head  Office  :  Montreal 


Exclusive  Trunks 
and 

Leather  Goods 
Proprietors  : 

Winnipeg  Trunk  &  Bag  Co. 


(bMPANY.  LIMITED. 


Manufacturers  of 
Travellers’  Sample 
Trunks  and  Cases 
a  Specialty 

Repairing- 


387^  Portage  Avenue  Phone  Main  8324 


P.O.  Box  1056  Phone  Garry  2664 

Corner  Princess  St.  and  McDermot  Ave. 


SAMPLE  CASES 
JEWELRY  CASES 


PAPER  BOXES 
SHELF  BOXES 


FILING  CASES 
MAILING  TUBES 


Acme  Sample  Case  Co. 


Phone  Main  2212 


316^  Donald  Street 


John  Schretlen  Importing  Co. 

IMPORTERS  AND  JOBBERS 
DRY  GOODS  FANCY  GOODS  ADVERTISING  NOVELTIES 


Phone  Main  1314 


306  Donalda  Block 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  &  JOBBERS 


141 


EDWIN  BROMLEY  CLIFFORD  C.  HAGUE  RICHARD  W.  PIKE 

President  Managing:  Director  and  Director 

Secretary-T  reasurer 

Bromley  &  Hague 

Limited 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Tents 

Awnings,  Tarpaulins,  Camping 
Outfits,  Flags  and  Streamers 

Horse  Blankets,  Boat  Sails,  Waterproof 
Horse  and  Wagon  Covers,  Stack,  Machine, 

Binder  and  Haycock  Covers 

DEALERS  IN 

TENT  AND  AWNING  MAKERS’  SUPPLIES, 

OUNCE.  SAIL  AND  WIDE  COTTON  DUCKS, 

ROPE,  BUNTING 

Tents  to  Rent 


Phone  Garry  3738 

242  Princess  Street 

Corner  Alexander  Avenue 


142 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Branches  : 

Campbell,  Wilson  &  Horne  Ltd. 
Calgary,  Edmonton 
and  Lethbridge 


Branches : 

Campbell,  Wilson  &  Strathdee  Ltd. 
Regina 

Campbell.  Wilson  &  Adams  Ltd. 
Saskatoon 


Campbell  Bros.  &  Wilson  Ltd. 

IMPORTERS  AND  WHOLESALE  GROCERS 
PACKERS  OF 

ROYAL  SHIELD  BRAND  OF  GOODS 


Winnipeg:,  Canada 


E.  Nicholson  D.  H.  Bain 

PHONE  MAIN  5200 

Private  Branch  Exchange  Connecting  All  Departments 


Nicholson  &  Bain 

WHOLESALE  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS  AND  BROKERS 

ALSO  STORAGE 

Branches  : 

Nicholson  &  Bain,  Edmonton,  Alta. 

Nicholson  &  Bain,  Calgary,  Alta. 

Nicholson  &  Bain,  Regina,  Sask. 

Nicholson  &  Bain,  Saskatoon, .Sask, 

Nicholson  &  Bain,  Lethbridge,  Alta.  1 13-1 Bannatyne  Avenue  East 


H.  P.  Pennock  &  Co.,  Ltd. 

IM  PORTERS 

WHOLESALE  GROCERY  BROKERS  AND  MANUFACTURERS’  AGENTS 

Canadian  Salt  Co.,  Ltd.,  of  Windsor,  Ont. 

Co-operative  Tea  Gardens  Co.,  of  Ceylon 
Hennessv’s  Brandy  Radnor  Water 

Gillespies  &  Co.  Montreal 

Allan,  Killam  &  McKay  Building- 

Phone  Main  1547  364  Main  Street 


WINNIPEG,  MAN. 


CALGARY,  ALTA. 


VANCOUVER,  B.C. 


The  Royal  Crown  Soaps,  Limited 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

THE  CELEBRATED  WITCH  HAZEL  TOILET  SOAP 

LAUNDRY  AND  TOILET  SOAP  AND  PERFUMES 


Phone  Garry  1550  (Exchange 


Office  and  Factory  : 

289  King  Street,  Winnipeg 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  &  JOBBERS 


143 


ASK  FOR 

FIVE  ROSES 


The  Worlds  Best 


144 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Swift  Canadian  Co. 

LIMITED 

Beef,  Pork,  Veal,  Mutton 
Produce 


Swift’s 


PURE 

FOOD 

PRODUCTS 


WORLD  STANDARDS  OF  QUALITY 


Swift’s  Premium  Hams  and  Bacon  Swift’s  Silver  Leaf  Lard 
Brookfield  Butter,  Eggs  and  Cheese 


General  Office  and  Plant— Elmwood 

Wholesale  Market!  William  Avenue,  cor.  Adelaide  St. 

Phone  St.  John  1000— Private  Exchange 


HEAD  OFFICE  :  WINNIPEG 


CABLE  ADDRESS  !  “IRONSIDE,  MONTREAL" 


Gordon,  Ironside  &  Fares  Co.,  Ltd. 

PORK  AND  BEEF  PACKERS 


Branches  in  Ontario  :  Kenora.  Fort  William,  Port 
Arthur,  Rainy  River;  also  at  Regina,  Sask.;  Moose 
Jaw,  Sask.;  Saskatoon,  Sask. 


HEAD  OFFICE  : 

Logan  Avenue  West 

Corner  Trinity  Street 


Ryan  Brothers 


JOBBERS  OF 

BUTCHERS*  AND  PACKERS’  SUPPLIES 

Casings,  Flour  and  Spices 


Manufacturers  of 

‘‘Eclipse"  Refrigerators,  Show  Cases  and  Fixtures  for 
Meat  Markets,  Grocers,  Hotels  and  Restaurants 


Salesroom:  110  James  St. 


Factory  :  Cor.  Alexander  and  Brighton  Streets 


WHOLES  VLE  MANUFACTURERS  &  .JOBBER'S 


145 


Plumbing  and 
Heating  Material 

Pipe  Fittings 
Valves 

High  Pressure 
Steam  Equipment 
Thresher  Supplies 


Write  For: 

No.  40  STEAM  CATALOGUE 
PLUMBING  CATALOGUE 
POWER  CATALOGUE 
GASOLINE  ENGINE  CATALOGUE 
THRESHER  SUPPLY  CATALOGUE 


Crane  &  Ordway  Co. 

97  Lombard  Street  Phone  Main  3882  Private  Exchange 


146 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


W.  R.  WILLIAMS  M.  VV.  TAYLOR 

Williams  &  Taylor 

Manufacturers’ 
Agents 

Representing 

CHAS.  FAWCETT,  LTD.,  Sackville,  N.B. 

Stoves  Ranges  Furnaces 

BOLTE  MFG.  CO.,  Kearney,  Neb. 
Gasoline  and  Hand  Power 
Concrete  Mixers 

SUSSEX  MFG.  CO.,  LIMITED 

Refrigerators 


OFFICE  AND  WAREROOMS 

288  Princess  St.  Phone  Garry  1218 


Pease  Western  Foundry,  Ltd. 


Economys 

School  Steam  Heaters  and  Ventilators 
Soft  Coal  and  Wood  School  Heaters 
Florence  Sectional  Steam  and  Hot  Water  Boilers 
Ideal  Sectional  Steam  and  Hot  Water  Boilers 
“Economy”  Round  Steam  and  Hot  Water 
Boilers 

Pease  “Economy”  Warm  Air  Furnaces 
Pease  “Economy”  Combination  Warm  Air  and 
Hot  Water  Heaters 

Pease  “Economy”  Combination  Warm  Air  and 
Steam  Heaters 
Victor  Furnaces 

Floor  and  Side-wall  Registers,  Faces,  Borders, 
etc. 


Show  Room:  287  Donald  Street 

Phone  Main  3180 

Warehouse  -  Midland  Street 

Phone  Garry  4926 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  &  JOBBERS 


147 


Tilden,  Gurney  &  Co. 

Limited 

J.  C.  Thomson,  Manager 


Souvenir  Stoves  and  Ranges 
New  Idea  Furnaces 
New  Idea  Registers 

New  Idea  Steam  and  Hot  Water  Boilers 
New  Idea  Radiators 

“Lang”  Patent  Hot  Blast  Hotel  Ranges 
Locks  and  Builders’  Hardware 
Gurney  Scales  and  Warehouse  Trucks 


AGENTS  FOR: 

The  Hamilton  Stove  and  Heater  Co.,  Ltd.,  Hamilton,  Out. 
(formerly  Gurney,  Tilden  &  Co.,  Ltd.) 

The  Gurney  Scale  Co.,  Hamilton,  Ont. 


281  Rupert  St.  Phones  Garry  1677-1678 


148 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Hobbs  Manufacturing  Co. 

Limited 


We  carry  large  stocks  of 
Polished  Plate  Glass 
Sheet  Window  Glass 
Fancy  Figured  Glass 
Prismatic,  Wired,  Etc. 


We  manufacture  at  Winnipeg 
Leaded  Art  Glass 
Bevelled  Plate  Copper  Lights 
Chipped,  Sand  and  Mitre  Cut 
Bevelled  Plates  and  Mirrors 


Our  Business  is  Glass 
exclusively 

Consequently  we  can  fill  All  Orders  promptly  and  satisfactorily. 
Obtain  Our  Prices. 


Importers  of  the  Thorne  Metal  Window  Bars 


Ask  for  Catalogue  and  Discount  Sheet 

Princess  Street  and  C.P.R.  Tracks  Phones  Garry  2367-8 


MONTREAL  TORONTO  HAMILTON  WALLACEBURG 

Dominion  Glass  Company,  Ltd. 

Successors  to  Diamond  Flint  Glass  Company,  Ltd. 

Manufacturers  of 

Lamp  Chimneys,  Fruit  Jars,  Table  Ware,  Blown  Tumblers,  Bottles  of  all 
kinds,  including  Druggists’  Prescription  Ware,  Beer  and  Soda  Water. 
Insulators  and  Electric  Arc  Lamp  Globes. 

W.  A.  H  ossie,  Manager  Phone  Garry  626 

Rooms  308  and  310  Hammond  Block  -  63  Albert  Street 

Alberta  Factory:  REDCLIFFE  Manitoba  Factory:  BEAUSEJOUR 


The  McCormick  Glass  Co.,  Ltd. 
GLASS 

Manufacturers  in  Stained,  Bevelled, 

Sand-cut,  Chipped,  Leaded  Glass  and  Mirrors 


Phone  Sher.  1881 


Office  and  Factory:  633  Wall  Street 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


149 


“If  it’s  McClary’s--it’s  Good” 


McClarys 


MAKE 


“Famous”  Enamel  and  Tin  Wares 
“Famous”  Stoves  and  Ranges 

See  our 

“Sask-Alta”  and  “Kootenay” 
Ranges 

“  Best  in  the  Land  ” 

“Famous”  Furnaces 

Our  “  Sunshine,”  “  Radium  ”  and 
“Magnet”  Furnaces 
Make  Light  of  Zero  Winters 


"  Champion”  Interchangeable  Gas  Range 


Quality  Lines 

Refrigerators  Ice  Cream  Freezers  Oil  and  Gasoline  Stoves  and 
Ovens  Corrugated  Galvanized  Roofing  Metals  Tinsmiths’  Supplies 


Hotel  Range— “ Double  Army” 


Hotel  and 
Restaurant 
Kitchen 
Equipment 

Gas  Stoves 
and  Ranges 

For  Artificial  or 
Natural  Gas 

Phone 

Main  5091 


Office  and  Warehouse: 

187  Bannatyne  Ave.  East 


150 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


ESTABLISHED  1854 


INCORPORATED  1881 


The  James  Smart  Mfg. 


COMPANY,  LIMITED 


Manufacturers  of 

Hardware 

3utts,  Hinges,  Latches 
Etc. 

3umps,  Lawn  Mowers, 
Jack  Screws 

School  Desks,  Refrig¬ 
erators 

■Perfection”  Stoves, 
Ranges  and  Furnaces 

The  Kelsey  Warm  Air 
Generator 

'ull  stock  carried  in  Win¬ 
nipeg 


let  our  catalogue  and  prices 


William  Sutherland,  Manager 


Head  Office  and  Works:  Brockville,  Ont. 


Phone  Main  1515 


May  Street  cor.  Macdonald  Avenue 


Directories  of  different 

Cities  in  Canada  and  the 
United  States  are  on  file  at  the 
City  Directory  Office.  They  have 
been  placed  there  for  the  accom¬ 
modation  of  the  Public  and  can 
be  referred  to  Free  of  Charge. 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


151 


T.  A.  Anderson,  President  G.  A.  Merrick,  Vice-Pres.  Jos.  A  Merrick,  Sec.-Treas. 

Established  30  Years 

Merrick  ■  Anderson  Company 

Manufacturers  and  Wholesale 

Dealers  in  all  kinds  of 

HARDWARE 

Building  Papers,  Roofing,  Stoves  and 
Furnaces,  Sewing  Machines 

Manufacturers  of  the  well  known 

“Jubilee”  Brand  Building  Paper 


Phone  Main  4550  (Private  Branch  Exchange) 


Papermill  and  Stove  Warehouse!  Poplar  Ave.,  Elmwood 

Office  and  Hardware  Warehouse! 

117  -  119  Bannatyne  Avenue  East 


Stanley  Brock,  Limited 

Representing 


Plumbing*  Goods 

Standard  Ideal  Co.,  Ltd.  (Enamel- 
ware). 

United  Brass  &  Lead,  Ltd.  (Brass 
Goods). 

A.  W.  Spooner,  Ltd.  (Solder). 
Trenton  Potteries  Co. 


Belting*,  etc. 

J.  C.  McLaren  Belting  Co.,  Ltd. 


Babbitt  Metals  and  Solder 

Alonzo  W.  Spooner,  Ltd.  (Copperine) 


Laundry  Machinery  and  Supplies 

Trov  Laundry  Machinery  Co., 
Alden  Speares  Sons’  Co. 


Alkalis  and  Washing  Powders 

J.  B.  Ford  Company  (“Wyandotte”) 
Washing  Soda  and  Cleanser,  Bot¬ 
tlers’  Alkali 
Michigan  Alkali  Co. 


Turned  Wood  Goods 

J.  H.  Still  Manufacturing  Co.,  Ltd., 
(Handles  Whiffletrees,  Neckyokes). 
Windsor  Turned  Goods  Co.,  Ltd. 
(Vehicle  Parts). 


Glass  Bottles 

Illinois  Glass  Co. 


Corrugated  Paper  Specialties 

Hinde  &  Dauch  Paper  Co.,  Ltd 

Pipe  Threading  and  Cutting  Machinery 

Macdonald  &  Sons,  Ltd. 


Ltd. 


A  Complete  Stock  of  Leather  Belting  and  Laundry  Supplies  Carried 

Offices,  Showrooms  and  Warehouse  at 

80  Lombard  Street  Phones  Main  9190-9191 


152 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Trumbull  Warren 
President  and  Treasurer 


C.  N.  Candee 

Vice-President  and  Managing  Director 


Gutta  Percha  &  Rubber,  Ltd. 

SUCCESSORS  TO 

The  Winnipeg  Rubber  Co.,  Limited 

Head  Offices  and  Factories!  Toronto 

Branches:  Montreal  Halifax  Winnipeg  Calgary  Vancouver 

Melbourne,  Vic.  Sydney,  N.S.W. 


Manufacturers  of 

Rubber  Goods 


BELTING 

For  All  Purposes 
PACKINGS 
VALVES 
VALVE  SHEET 
TUBING 
GASKETS 
TILING 

MATS  and  MATTING 
MOULDED  GOODS 

Mackintoshes,  Rubber 
and  Oil  Clothing 


Rubber  Hose 

FOR 

WATER 

SUCTION 

STEAM 

AIR 

FIRE  PROTECTION 

ACIDS 

BREWERS 

PNEUMATIC 

TOOLS 


Sole  Manufacturers  of  the  Celebrated  “  Maltese  Cross”  and  “Lion”  Brands 


Fine  Rubber  Footwear 

Fire  Hose  and  Fire  Department  Supplies  of  every  description 

Maltese  Cross  Tires 

For  Automobiles  and  Motor  Trucks 


H.  D.  MEWHIRTER,  Manager  Central  Division,  Winnipeg 
W.  J.  COOPER  ,  Sales  Manager 

Warehouse  and  Office: 

Maltese  Cross  Building 

McDermot  Are.,  Cor.  King  St.  Phone  Garry  2400 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


153 


Canadian 

Consolidated  Rubber 

Company,  Limited 

Executive  Offices:  -  -  Montreal 


Selling  Agents  for 

The  Canadian  Rubber  Company  of  Montreal,  Limited 

The  Granby  Rubber  Company,  Limited 

The  Merchants  Rubber  Company,  Limited 

The  Berlin  Rubber  Manufacturing:  Company,  Limited 

The  Maple  Leaf  Rubber  Company,  Limited 

Dominion  Rubber  Company,  Limited 

Dominion  Tire  Company,  Limited 


Manufacturers  of 


Everything  in 


Belting- 
Hose 
Packing- 
Fire  Hose  and 
Supplies 
Moulded  Goods 


Mats  and  Matting- 
Tiling 

Plumbers’  Supplies 
Water  Proof 
Clothing 

Robes  and  Rugs 


Rubber 

Textile  Lines 
D  ruggists’  Sundries 
Automobile  Tires 
Truck  Tires 
Rubber  Footwear 
Felt  Footwear 


Phone  Main  630  (Private  Exchange) 

89  Princess  Street 


Warehouse  !  Corner  Empress  and  Dublin  Streets 
Branches!  Calgary,  Regina,  Edmonton  and  Saskatoon 


154 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  John  Watson 


Lawn  Rollers 

Without  a  good  Roller,  a  smooth,  even  lawn  is 
impossible.  The  Roller  illustrated  is  on  the  lines  of 
the  best  English  makes.  Rounded  edges  so  that  it 
will  not  cut  or  tear  the  turf.  20  inches  in  diameter  by 
20  inches  wide.  Every  Roller  made  in  two  sections. 
Handle  stands  straight  up  when  not  in  use.  Made  in 
250  lb.  and  350  lb.  sizes  for  ordinary  lawns.  Special 
Rollers  for  Cricket,  Tennis  and  Rowing  Clubs. 


Lawn 

Settees 

Comfortable  and  will  stand 
hard  usage.  Well  braced — 
can  be  folded  for  storage. 
Footboard  to  protect  grass 
and  keep  feet  from  damp. 
Length,  6  feet  ;  Weight,  40 
lbs.  400  of  this  pattern  supplied 
City  of  Winnipeg. 

Lawn 

Vases 

Beautiful  and  lasting  orna¬ 
ment  for  lawns,  verandahs, 
balustrades,  etc.  Painted 
with  handsome  Aluminum 
Bronze.  Gives  distinction 
and  “class”  to  your  lawn 
or  garden. 

E. 


S.  Strachan,  Manager 


311  Chambers  Street, 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


155 


Co. 


Manufacturing 

Limited 

Hand  Trucks 

We  carry  every  variety  of  Hand  Truck  made. 

Illustration  shows  our  “C”  Truck.  All  side 
[straps,  cross  bars,  leg's,  nose  pieces  and  axles 
■are  steel.  Frame  of  best  materials.  Bolts  pass 
through  frame,  tenons,  side  straps  and  cross  pieces. 

Barrel  Skids  6,  8,  10  and  12  foot  sizes,  extra 
f  strong  and  heavily  ironed. 

Casters,  anti-friction  or  ball-bearing. 

Wheels  in  stands,  plain  or  rubber-tired 


I  Illustration  shows  “ Reynolds”  Truck  Strong 
frame.  Easily  moved  about.  Turns  in  its  own 
length.  Ball-bearing  Casters.  Made  in  many 
sizes. 


Platform  Trucks 


We  carry  many  other  styles  of  Platform  Trucks,  suitable  for  all  purposes. 

Phone  Garry  1022 


Corner  Henry  Avenue 


156 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


H.  H.  Thomas,  Manager 
Winnipeg  Branch 


Our  own  expert  available 
day  and  night 


J.  &  J.  Taylor,  Limited 

SAFES  AND  VAULT  DOORS 

EXPRESS  BOXES,  ETC. 


Phones 


/Day,  Garry  34.58 
\Nig-ht,  Sher.  3687 


60-62  Princess  Street 


F.  H.  Robinson,  General  Manager 


W.  T.  Perry,  Secretary-Treasurer 


The  Winnipeg  Safe  Works,  Ltd. 

DEALERS  IN 

Burglar  and  Fire  Proof  Safes 

New  and  Second  Hand 

Sole  Canadian  Agents  for  the  Famous  Diebold  Burglar 
and  Fire  Proof  Safes 

Also  Agents:  The  Safe  Cabinet  Co.,  Marietta,  Ohio 

Phone  Garry  2336  50  Princess  Street 


J.  A.  Lozo 


Joseph  A.  Lozo 

LOCKSMITH  AND  SAFE  EXPERT 


Sharpener  of 

Fine  Edged  Tools,  Cutlery,  Scissors,  Razors 
Surgical  Instruments,  etc. 


Repairer  of 

Umbrellas,  Parasols,  Locks 
of  every  description,  etc. 


Phone  Garry  4276 


65  Albert  Street 


Canadian  Diebold  Safe  Co. 

Safes,  Vaults  and  Safe  Cabinets 
Safe  Experts 

Second  Hand  Safes  in  stock  at  all  times 


249  Main  St.  Phone  Main  3389 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS  157 

D.  Ackland  &  Son,  Ltd. 


Wholesale  Hardwood  Lumber 
Carriage  and  Wagon  Bent  Wood  Goods 
Carriage  and  Wagon  Hardware 
Blacksmiths’  Supplies,  Bar  Iron,  Etc. 


We  are  the  Largest  in  our  Line  in  Canada 

Office  -  65-67  Higgins  Avenue 


The  Canadian 

H.  W.  Johns  -  Manville  Co. 

Li  mited 

The  Largest  Manufacturers  of 

Asbestos  and  Magnesia  Products  in  the  World 

Some  of  the  Lines  We  Manufacture  and  Carry  in  Stock: 

Asbestos  Roofings;  “Rubber  Type”  Roofings;  Waterproofing  Materials; 

Mastic  Flooring;  Packings:  Pipe  and  Boiler  Coverings;  Insulating  Felts; 

Fire  Extinguishers  ;  Electric  Railway  Supplies  ;  Noark  Enclosed  Fuses 
and  Protective  Devices;  Modern  Illumination;  Cold  Storage  Insulation. 

92  Arthur  Street  Phones  Garry  452,  453  and  454 


The  Sheet  Metal  Products  Go.,  of  Canada,  Limited 

MONTREAL,  QUEBEC  TORONTO.  ONTARIO  WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Sheet  Metal  Goods  of  Every  Description.  Stove  Pipes;  Stove 
Pipe  Elbows  ;  Enamelled  Kitchen  Ware  ;  Japanned  and 
Galvanized  Ware;  Pieced  Tinware;  Oilers;  Stove  Boards,  Etc. 


Western  Branch:  111  Lombard  Street,  Winnipeg 


158 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Factories  and  Offices  :  Oxide  Mines  : 

Montreal,  Toronto  and  Winnipeg  Red  Mill  -  Quebec 

The  Canada  Paint 

Company,  Limited 

Manufacturers  of 

Paints,  Varnishes,  Dry  Colors 

White  Lead,  Putty,  Etc. 

Ready  Mixed  Paints  a  Specialty 

CORALITE  Sanitary  Wall  Finish.  Write  us  for  Color  Cards  or 
other  Information.  Proprietors  of  The  Winnipeg-  Linseed  Oil  Mills 

Pure  Linseed  Oil,  Raw,  Boiled  and  Refined 

A.  J.  BLAND,  Sales  Manager 

Office  and  Factory  : 

1 1 2  Sutherland  Ave.  Phones  St.  John  1 605-1606 


The  Western  Paint  Co. 


Sole  Agents  for 

P.  D.  Dods  &  Co.,  Limited 


Manufacturers  of 

Paints 
Colors  and 
Varnishes 


Importers  of 

Brushes  and 

Painters’ 

Supplies 


Garry  2303  121  Charlotte  Street 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


159 


McColl  Bros.  &  Co. 

H.  H.  Bradburn,  Manager 


Lubricating  Oils 

and  Compounds 


Highest  Grade 

Greases 


PHONE  GARRY  1364 

Henry  Ave.,  near  Sherman 


160 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Consolidated  Plate  Glass  Co. 

Of  Canada,  Limited 


Everything  in  Glass  for  Building  Purposes 


Phones  Sherbrooke  3877-3878 

375  Balmoral  Street,  near  Portage 


Importers  and  Manufacturers 
of 

ILLUMINATING  AND 
LUBRICATING 

Oils,  Greases 
and  Specialties 

LINSEED  OIL  AND 
TURPENTINE 


437-443  Somerset  Block,  294  Portage  Ave.  Phone  Main  2725 

Warehouse  :  Pine  Street,  off  Notre  Dame  West.  Phone  Garry  2704 


‘VT'OUR  Advertisement  in  the  City 
Directory  is  before  the  public 
every  day  in  the  year. 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


161 


E.  L.  Drewry 

LIMITED 

Manufacturers  and  Importers 

PROPRIETORS  OF  THE  REDWOOD  BREWERY 

Golden  Key  Brand  Aerated  Waters 


“The  Redwood  Factories — Largest  and  Most  Complete  Brewing  Plant  in  Western  Canada’’ 

Drewry’s 

Refined  Ale  Redwood  Lager 

(REGISTERED)  AND 

Extra  Stout 

Western  Canada's  Favorite  Brands 

A  home  product  equal  to  the  best  of  any  country  and  which  cannot  be  sur¬ 
passed  for  purity,  quality  and  flavor. 

Brewed  from  malt  and  hops  only.  Ag-ed  for  months  in  glass-lined  storage 
tanks.  Water  used  is  of  the  purest  quality  from  our  own  artesian  wells. 


Distributors  for  Canada  of 

Chippewa  Water 

Imported  direct  from  the  Chippewa  Springs,  Wisconsin,  U.S.A. 

A  Pure,  Soft,  Natural  Spring  Water,  proven  by  its  analysis  to  be  the 
purest  and  softest  yet  discovered. 

Put  up  in  half-gallon  bottles,  natural,  as  drawn  from  the  spring,  and  in 
quarts,  pints  and  splits,  CARBONATED. 


Redwood  Avo.  and  Main  St.  North 


162 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Co. 


of  Canada,  Ltd. 


Branches  in  Principal  Cities  of  Canada  and  United  States 

We  are  the  largest  Manufacturers 
in  the  World  of 

Billiard  &  Pocket  Tables 

Equipped  with  the  Celebrated  Quick 
Patent  Monarch  Cushions 

Billiard  Merchandise  of  every  description. 

BAR  FIXTURES,  Artistic  in  Design.  In  stock 
for  immediate  delivery. 

Special  Designs  made  to  order. 

BOWLING  ALLEYS  with  valuable  Improved 
Patented  Attachments. 

Bowling  Alley  Supplies 

Phones  Main  3723-3724 


Office  and  Warerooms:  143  Portage  Avenue  E. 


Is  Directory  Advertising  Read 

9 

■ 


WHAT  ARE  YOU  DOING  NOW? 


The  Cost  is  Small,  Returns  More  Than  Satisfactory 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


163 


John  D.  Clark,  Res.  608  Gertrude  Ave. ,  cor.  John  Phone, Ft.  Rouge  172 

J.  D.  Clark  Billiard  Co. 

IMPORTERS  JOBBERS  MANUFACTURERS 

Billiard  Tables 

And  Accessories 


By  Special  Appointment  to 
H.M.  King-  George  V. 


Contractors  to  H.M.  War 
and  Admiralty  Depts. 


Burroughes  &  Watts,  Limited 

English  Billiard  Tables 
carried  in  stock 


Write  For  All  Information 

Office:  280  Main  St.  Phones M. 94-95 


Factory  and  Track  Warehouse:  Cor.  Scotland  Ave.  and  Wentworth 


164 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


S.  E.  WHITING,  President  A.  A.  WHITING,  Vice-President 

H.  L.  WHITING,  Secretary-Treasurer  C.  H.  WHITING,  General  Manager 


Northwestern  Register  Co. 

Limited 

Manufacturers  and  Jobbers  of 

HOTEL  AND  OFFICE  FURNITURE  AND  SUPPLIES 

PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS  AND  BINDERS 
COMMERCIAL  ARTISTS  AND  DESIGNERS 


Phone  Garry  2081 

327  Cumberland  Avenue,  near  Donald  Street 

American  Branches:  Port  Huron,  Mich.;  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


TORONTO  MONTREAL  LONDON,  ENG. 

Imperial  News  Company,  Ltd. 

Wholesale 

News  Agents,  Booksellers,  Publishers 

Sole  Agents  ! 

Slater  &  Palmer  Printing  Ink,  Varnish  and  Color  Manufacturers 
London,  England 

14  Princess  Street  Phone  Garry  5078 

The  Winnipeg  News  Co.,  Ltd. 

WrLLiAM  J.  Walsh,  Manager 

Wholesale  Booksellers 

News-Dealers  and  General  Distributors  of  English  and 
American  Publications 

Phone  Garry  2032 

Gregg  Building,  56  Albert  Street 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


165 


Clark  Bros.  &  Co. 

LIMITED 


Wholesale  Stationers 
Paper  Dealers  and  Book  Sellers 


WESTERN  AGENTS  FOR 
THE  MacMILLAN  CO.,  Ltd.,  Toronto 
JOHN  UNDERWOOD  &  Co.,  Toronto 
ALEX.  COWAN  &  SON,  Ltd.,  Edinburgh  - 
HOWARD  PAPER  Co.,  Ohio 
AMERICAN  WRITING  PAPER  Co.,  Holyoke 
HAMPSHIRE  PAPER  Co.,  Mass. 

ROLLAND  PAPER  Co.  - 
HENRY  STEPHENS  &  Co.,  London  - 
JOHANN  FABER  &  Co.,  Germany 
WIGGINS,  TEAPE  &  Co.,  London 


Publishers 

Writing  Inks 

Rooklet 

Paper 

Paper 

Paper 

Paper 

Inks 

Pencils 

Pencils 


We  carry  a  large  Stock  of  Stationery,  Wrapping  Paper  and  Bags.  A  full  stock  of 
Printers’  Supplies.  Fancy  and  Leather  Goods 


Phone  Garry  3200 

48  Charlotte  Street 


P.O.  Box  2894 

-  Winnipeg 


ALEX.  PARKER,  President  JOHN  H.  WOODHEAD,  Managing  Director  and  Treasurer 

GEORGE  W.  PAYNE.  Secretary 


The  Consolidated  Stationery 

Company,  Limited 

Wholesale  Dealers  in 

Stationery,  Printers’  Supplies 

Books,  Fancy  Goods  and  Toys,  Tobacconists’ 
Sundries  and  Pipes,  Sporting  Goods,  Hammocks 
Clocks.  Wrapping  Paper,  Paper  Bags,  Etc. 


Books  and  Stationery.  G.  W.  PAYNE.  Phone  Garry  2863 

Fancy  Goods  and  Toys.  F.  DAWKINS.  Phone  Garry  3477 

Printers’  Supplies  .  .  A.  PHILLIPS.  Phone  Garry  3877 

SHIPPER  .  .  .  Phone  Garry  3506 


104  Princess  Street  Office  Phone  Garry  2862 


166 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Office  Furniture 


Here’s  a  sam¬ 
ple  stock  of  ab¬ 
solutely  the  best 
Sectional  Filing 
Cabinets  made. 


Our  moderate 
prices  on  these 
goods  will  sur¬ 
prise  you. 


Let  us  send 
you  our  beauti¬ 
ful  New  Office 
Furniture  Cata¬ 
logue. 


The  Willson  Stationery  Co.,  Limited 


Winnipeg  Regina 

Calgary 

Moosejaw  Saskatoon 


The  World's  Finest  Writing  Machine 

The  New  “15  Jewel”  Model  No.  5 

L.  C.  Smith  &  Bros.  Typewriter 


Flawless  in  Construction  Swift,  Silent,  Accurate,  Durable 


Ball- 

Bearing 


Long 

Wearing 


A 

Magnificent 

Worker 


The  Smith  Visible  Typewriter  Co.,  Ltd. 

20  Princess  Street  Phone  Garry  4975 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


167 


Established  1878 

Richardson  &  Bishop 

Limited 

Wholesale  Paper  Merchants 

Commercial  Stationers 

Stationery  and  Blank  Books.  Loose  Leaf  Systems 
Filing-  Cabinets.  Office  Appliances 

Labor  Savers  of  all  kinds 


Office  Furniture,  Etc. 

F.dison’s  Mimeographs.  Cheque  Protectors 

Elliott  Addressing  Machines.  Steel  Index  Tabs 
Calcumeter  Adding  Machines 


Typewriter  Supplies 


Bookbinding  and  Printing 

Lithographing  and  Printing — Productions  of  the 
highest  standard 

Embossing  and  Engraving — High  grade  work 
Binding — Makers  of  best  quality  Blank  Books 


Representing  : 

Wabash  Office  Furniture  and  Card  Systems.  Twin-lock  Loose  Leaf  Systems 
Shea-Smith  Impression  Books.  Pinkerton  Index 

Smith's  Steel  and  Leather  Tabs.  Ellam's  Duplicator 


Phones  Main  4812-4813-4814-4815 

368  Main  Street,  nr.  Portage  Avenue 


16  S 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  J.  Vopni,  President 


J.  A.  Blondal,  Manager 


The  Columbia  Press  Limited 

PRINTERS  AND  PUBLISHERS 
BOOK  AND  GENERAL  JOB  PRINTING 

PUBLISHERS  OF  THE  ‘‘LOGBERG'’  (ICELANDIC  WEEKLY) 

Columbia  Block 

Phone  Garry  2156  Sherbrook,  cor.  William  Ave. 


B.  Goldstein.  Editor 


F.  Simkin,  Manager 


Israelite  Printing  and  Publishing  Co. 

DK5335DKTI  DJJEPTR--TR  TJTL 

The  First  and  Only  Jewish  Weekly  in  the  Entire  Dominion 

of  Canada 

Phone  St.  John  2213  216  Dufferin  Avenue 


Oer  Nordwesten — Canada’s  Largest  German  Weekly  Newspaper.  Issued  Every  Wednesday  since  1889 
Dkr  Nordwesten  Kalender — The  German  Farmers  Magazine  Yearly  Book  started  in  1896 

These  publications  have  large  circulations  in  Western  Canada  among  the  German  reading  people 
Advertising  to  the  Germans  pays 


Der  Nordwesten  Publishing  Co.,  Limited 

PUBLISHERS  AND  PRINTERS  IN  ALL  LANGUAGES 


Phones  Garry  2078-2079 


120-122  King  Street 


Wiggins  Systems 

MULTIGRAPH  LETTERS.  MAILING  WORK.  ADDRESSING 

LETTER  CAMPAIGNS  THAT  BRING  RESULTS 

We  bring  the  experience  of  many  campaigns  to 
solve  your  problems 


Suites  5  and  6  Edward  Building 

325^  Portage  Avenue 


Phone  Main  3258 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


169 


Henderson  Bros. 


A  COMPLETE  AND  MODERN  PLANT 

FOR 

Printing 

PAMPHLETS,  CATALOGUES  AND 
STATIONERY 

Bookbinding  Ruling 
Loose  Leaf  Work 


Quality  and  Service  the  Best 


Phones  Main  7224-7225 


170 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


YES,  SIR  ! 

STAN  LEY 

Extra  Dry  Ginger  Ale 
and  Mineral  Water 

A  hundred  point  home 

Phone  for  a  Case—  product 

MAIN  8638  Bottled  at  the  Spri  ngs 


Remember 


a 


Although  a  man  may  spend  millions 
in  advertising,  he  is  poorly  adver¬ 
tised  if  he  cannot  be  found  in  the 
Directory. 


A  large  portion  of  good  advertising 
reaches  those  who  are  not  ready 
to  buy,  and  when  they  are  ready, 
they  must  consult  the  Directory. 


If  you  advertise  at  all,  put  your 
advertisement  in  the  Directory  and 
get  the  full  benefit  of  all  the  other 
advertising  you  are  paying  for. 


But  above  all,  have  your  advertise¬ 
ment  in  the  Directory  in  order  that 
you  may  be  easily  found  by  those 
who  look — at  the  time  they  intend 
to  buy. 


The  CLASSIFIED  LISTS  in  the 
Directory  are  the  greatest  Buyers’ 
Guide  in  the  World. 


WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURERS  AND  JOBBERS 


171 


A.  MACDONALD,  President  R.  L.  RICHARDSON,  Managing  Director 


This  is  the  TRIBUNE  BUILDING,  newly  erected  at 
the  north-east  corner  of  Smith  and  Graham  Ave. 

For  Office  Space  in  this  Fully  Fireproof  Structure 
apply  to — 

The  Tribune  Publishing  Co.  Ltd. 

The  Local  Advertising'  Medium  for  Local  Merchants 
No  Waste  Circulation  to  pay  for 


The  Tribune  Publishing  Co. 

Publishers  of 

The  Winnipeg  Tribune  (Daily) 

The  Farmers’  Tribune  and  Prairie  Home  Magazine  (Weekly) 

THE  INDEPENDENT  PAPERS  OF  THE  WEST 

Established  in  1 890  -Succeed i ng  the  Sun 


Phone  Main  6620  (Private  Exchange) 

Smith  Street,  corner  Graham  Avenue 


172 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


OTHER  WESTERN  DAILIES  MAY  FOLLOW 
BUT  NONE  APPROACH 

The  Free  Press 

Winnipeg 


Largest  Paid  Circulation  in  Western  Canada 

Largest  Volume  of  Display  Advertising  in 
Western  Canada 

Largest  Volume  of  Classified  Advertising  in 
Western  Canada 

Highest  Advertising  Rates  of  any  Daily  in 
Western  Canada 

Finest  Housed  Newspaper  in  Western  Canada 

Best  Equipped  Newspaper  Mechanically  in 
Western  Canada 

Contains  more  Special  Features  than  any 
other  Western  Canada  Daily 

The  Newspaper  which  has  fought  more 
aggressively  on  behalf  of  Western 
Canada's  rights  than  any  other  newspaper 

The  Free  Press  should  be  Your  newspaper 
— the  chances  are  it  is 


The  Manitoba  Free  Press 

COMPANY,  LIMITED 

300-306  Carlton  Street 

Phone  Main  6340,  Private  Exchange 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Machinery  and  Supplies 
Electrical  Apparatus 
Engineers 
Iron  Founders 
Machinists 


Page 

British  Canadian  Engineering  & 


Supply  Co.,  Ltd .  18S 

Brydges  Engineering  &  Supply  Co., 

Ltd .  188 

Canada  Metal  Co..  Ltd .  190 

Canadian  Allis- Chalmers.  Limited 

184-185 

Canadian  British  Engineering  Co., 

Ltd .  179 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.  183 

Canadian  General  Electric  Co., 

Limited  . 184-185 

Dominion  Equipment  &  Supply  Co.  180 

Economy  Foundry  Co.,  Ltd .  178 

General  Engineering  Co .  181 

General  Supply  Co.  of  Canada 

Ltd .  182 

H.  P.  Electric  . .  189 

Leonard,  E.  &  Son  .  178 

Mainer  Electric  Co..  Ltd .  179 


Page 

Manitoba  Bridge  &  Iron  Works, 


Ltd.  . 174-175 

Manitoba  Welding  &  Mfg.  Co .  176 

Nicholas,  F.  &  Co.,  Limited  .  186 

O’Neil.  C.  C.  &  Co .  186 

Ontario  Wind  Engine  &  Pump  Co., 

Ltd .  189 

Ref rigeration  &  Engineering,  Ltd..  181 
Roehrig  &  Koenig  Machinery  Co., 

Ltd .  188 

Schumacher  Gray  Co.,  Ltd .  186 

Shipman  Electric  Co.,  Ltd .  189 

Skinner,  W.  E..  Ltd .  186 

Stuart  Machinery  Co.  Ltd .  187 

Western  Steel  &  Iron  Co.,  Ltd.  ...  177 

Winnipeg  Brass  &  Fixture  Co.  ...  176 

Winnipeg  Foundry  Co.,  Ltd.,  .  177 

Winnipeg  Steel  Granary  &  Culvert 

Co .  176 


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174 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


T.  R.  DEACON,  C. E.,  M.E.,  President  and  General  Manager 

HUGH  B.  LYALL,  Secretary-Treasurer  and  Assistant  Manager  I 

The  Manitoba  Bridge] 

ROBERT  R.  NEILD,  Mechanical  Superintendent  EDGAR  STEWART,  P 

Engineers,  Designers,  F 

Railway  and  Highway! 

GREY  IRON  CASTINGS  HEAVY  FORGINGS 


Osborne  Street  Bridge,  Winnipeg 


Phone  Garry  1260— Private  Exchange 

901  Logan  Avenue  West 


MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


175 


SIR  DOUGLAS  C.  CAMERON,  Vice-President 
Directors— A.  M.  NANTON,  G.  W.  ALLAN,  G.  F.  GALT,  CHAS.  POPE 


eand  Iron  Works,  Ltd. 

ST,  Production  Superintendent  JOHN  A. McCULLOCII.  Sales  Manager 

,  Founders  and  Machinists 


Bridges,  Steel  Structures 

Prompt  Fabrication  Guaranteed,  and  Erection 
Superintended  by  Expert  Engineers 


#  Merchant  Steel  Carried  in  Stock 

I  Beams,  Channels,  Angles,  Plates,  Zee  Bars,  Tee  Bars, 

Broad  Flange  Beams,  Rounds,  Squares,  Flats,  Rivets  and 
Bolts,  Square,  Cold-Twisted,  Medium  Steel  Bars  for 
Concrete  Reinforcement,  Steel  Rails,  etc. 

Power  Transmission  Equipment 

Grain  Elevator  and  Saw  Mill  Machinery,  Coal  Handling 
Plants,  Belting,  etc. 

Tanks  and  Plate  Work 

Stand  Pipes,  Tanks  of  All  Kinds,  Plate  Work,  Stairs  and 
Fire  Escapes,  Steel  Road  Drags 


ILLUSTRATED  CATALOGUE  FURNISHED  ON  REQUEST 


Cable  Address  “Maniron”  Code  “Western  Union” 

Brant,  Henry  and  Dorothy  Streets 


H7G 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Manitoba  Welding  &  Manufacturing  Co. 

WELDERS  OF 

CAST  IRON,  STEEL,  CAST  STEEL,  MALLEABLE  IRON 
BRASS  AND  COPPER 

By  the  Oxy-Acctylene  Process 

CRACKED  CYLINDERS.  ALUMINUM,  CASES,  AND  ALL  KINDS  OF  BROKEN  MACHINERY 
WELDED  AND  GUARANTEED 

Steel  cut  quickly  in  unaccessible  places  by  the  Oxy- Acetylene  Flame 


iPhone  Garry  2678 

62*4  Princess  Street 

Alex  A.  Crocker 

Edward  Soltthy 

Alfred  Burton 

Winnipeg  Brass  &  Fixture  Company 


Manufacturers  of 

BRASS  RAILINGS,  EASELS,  POSTER  FRAMES,  KICK 
PLATES,  BRASS  SIGNS,  Etc. 

We  carry  a  large  assortment  of  Sheet  Brass  Rod  and  Tubing 
Brass  and  Bronze  Castings  Metal  Polishing  and  Electro  Plating  in  all  its  branches 


Phone  Sher.  4179 


Cor.  Portage  Ave.  and  Clifton 


Wilbert  H.  Hamilton,  President 


Lyle  J.  Crossen,  Secretary-Treasurer 


Winnipeg  Steel  Granary  &  Culvert  Co.,  Limited 

Sheet  Metal  Products  Corrugated  Culvert  Pipe  and  Well  Curbing 
Portable  Steel  Granaries 
Gasoline  Wagon  Tanks  Gasoline  Barrels 
Municipal  and  Contractors’  Supplies 

Electric  Welding  Department.  Broken  Machinery  Welded  and  Guaranteed 

Office  and  Factory : 

Phones  Main  774  and  775  Archibald  Street,  St.  Boniface 


Winnipeg’s 

Most  Progressive  Business  Men 

Advertise 

In  the  City  Directory 


MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


177 


The  Western  Steel  and  Iron  Co.,  Ltd. 

(Of  Winnipeg,  Canada) 

Engineers  and  Iron  Founders 

MANUFACTURERS  AND  IMPORTERS  OF 

Architectural  Iron,  Steel  and  Bronze  Castings  in  Grey  Iron,  Semi-Steel 
Brass,  Bronze  and  Aluminum 
Forgings- — Heavy  and  Light.  Mechanical  Repairs 
Light  Plate  Work  and  Tanks 
Overhead  Trolley  Systems  for  Warehouses 
Steel  Playground  Equipment 
Contractors’  Plant  and  Equipment 
Stable  Sillings  and  Equipment 
The  Cuddy  Patent  Steering  Device  for  Gasoline  Tractors 
The  Toye  Patent  Joist  Anchor 
The  Patent  Car  Stake  Pocket  for  Logging  Cars  and  Sleighs 
The  Campbell  Gas  Engine  and  Producer  Plants 

Phones  St.  John  1567-1568 

419  Chalmers  Ave.,  Elmwood 


J.  H.  Pace,  President  J.  T.  Hill,  Secretary-Treasi  rer 

The  Winnipeg  Foundry  Company 

Limited 

Iron  Founders  Pattern  Makers 

Machinery  Repairs  Promptly  Attended  To 
Castings  of  All  Descriptions 


Phone  St.  John  1712 

115-117  Robinson  Street 


178 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


ESTABLISHED  1834 

E.  Leonard  &  Sons 

Head  Office  and  Works:  London,  Ont. 

Warehouses  and  Agencies  at 

Montreal,  Que.  Toronto,  Ont.  St.  John,  N.B.  Calgary,  Alta.  Winnipeg,  Man.  Vancouver,  B.C. 

POWER  PLANT  SPECIALISTS 

Manufacturers  of 

Engines  and  Boilers 

For  All  Purposes 


ENGINES 

High  Speed  Automatic  Corliss 

Slow  Speed  Corliss 

Leonard  Automatic 

Suction  Gas  Plants 

English  Vertical  Quick  Revolution 

Clipper,  Tangye  and  Leonard 

GAS  ENGINES  AND  PRODUCERS 


BOILERS 

Stationary  Return  Tubular 
Hot  Water  and  Steam  Heating- 
Eclipse  Semi-Portable 
Locomotive  Portable 
Internally  Fired 
Water  Tube  Vertical 

PUMPS  AND  HEATERS 


Sole  Agents  for 

B  rowett- Lindley  Vertical  Quick  Revolution  Steam  Engines  (English) 
National  Gas  Engine  Company’s  Engines  and  Producers  (English) 

Herbert  G.  Evans  Res.:  222  Aubrey  Street 

Manager  Manitoba  and  Saskatchewan  Phone  Sher.  634 


222  Aubrey  Street  Phone  Sher.  634 


Economy  Foundry  Company 

li  mited 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Grey  Iron  Casting 

We  Specialize  in 

Structural  Castings  and  Builders’  Ironwork 
Sewer  Casting  and  Waterworks  Supplies 
Grey  Iron  Machine  Castings 
Brass  Castings 


Works  : 

Portage  La  Prairie 

Manitoba 


Office  : 

619  Somerset  Bldg. 

Win  nipeg 


Phone  Main  531 


MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


179 


Canadian  British  Engineering 

Company,  Limited 

Successors  to  the  James  Stuart  Electric  Co. 


Wholesale  Electrical  Supplies 


Agencies : 

Power  Gas  Corporation 


W.  Sissons  &  Co. 
Fielding-  &  Platt 
Reavell  &  Co. 

Bristol  Engineering  Co. 
Russell  Newbury 
Lewis  &  Tylor 
Berry-Skinner  &  Co. 


Power  Gas  Distribution 

Steam  Engines 

Gas  and  Air  Engines 

Air  Compressors 

Pneumatic  Rock  Drills 

Direct  Couplet  Lighting  Sets 

Belling 

Fool  Proof  Switches 


Phones  Main  2410-2411-2412 

324  Smith  Street,  Winnipeg 


ROBERT  H.  MAINER,  Vice-President  and  General  Manager 

The  Mainer  Electric  Company 

LIMITED 

Wholesale  Jobbers  of 

Electrical  Heating-  and  Cooking-  Specialties  Electric  Motors 
Electrical  Fixtures  and  Glassware  Electrical  Supplies  and 
Apparatus  Electrical  Specialties  Automobile  and  Launch 
Accessories  Large  New  Stock  Prompt  Shipments  and  Best 
Market  Quotations 


Phones  Garry  3600-3601 

61-63  Albert  Street 


Branch  Offices  :  Saskatoon  and  Edmonton 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Cable  Address:  ‘‘Equipment”  Western  Union  Code 

Dominion  Equipment  &  Supply 

Company,  Limited 

WINNIPEG  EDMONTON  VANCOUVER 


Railway  and  General 
Contractors’  Supplies 


Concrete  Mixers 

New  and  Second-Hand 

Boilers  and  Engines 
Machinery  of  all  Classes 
Pumps,  Transmitting  Appliances 
Dredgers,  Ditchers,  Steam  Shovels 
Clam  Buckets,  Steel  Skips 
Coal  and  Concrete  Tubs 


Hoisting  Engines 

All  Capacities  All  Purposes 

Derricks  and  Derrick  Irons 

Steel  Blocks,  all  sizes 

Wire  Rope  for  all  purposes 

Concrete  Carts,  Dump  Cars,  6  cubic 
feet 

Wheelbarrows 


A  full  line  of  Contractors’  Equipment  carried  in  stock 


46  Canada  Life  Block 

208  Portage  Ave.,  cor.  Main  St.  Phones  Main  803  &  1152 


Warehouse  !  92  McDermot  Ave. 


Phone  Main  6172 


181 


ENGINEERS,  MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


Refrigeration  &  Engineering 

LIMITED 

Engineers  and  Contractors 

ICE-MAKING  AND  REFRIGERATING  MACHINERY 
COLD  STORAGE  INSULATION 

Main  5659  700  Portage  Avenue 


Vertical  single  acting,  two  cylinder,  self  oiling,  Refrigerating 
Machine,  direct  connecting  to  Corliss  Engine.  Motor 
operated  plants  1  to  50  tons  daily  capacity 


The  General  Engineering  Co. 

Engineers  and  Contractors 

Gas,  Gasoline  and  Oil  Engines,  Steam  Turbines 
Electric  Light  and  Power  Generating  Sets 
Pumping  Machinery  and  Engineering  Supplies 

“Specification  and  quotations  on  application” 


Telephone 

Main  5659 


700  Portage  Avenue 


182 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The 

General  Supply  Company 

of  Canada,  Limited 

OTTAWA  TORONTO  WINNIPEG 

Everything 

FOR  THE 

Contractor,  Factory, 

Machine  Shop  and  Mill 

HIGHEST  QUALITY— AT  THE  RIGHT  PRICE 


Firms  we  Represent: 


R.  K.  LeBlond  Machine  Tool  Co. 
Cincinnati  Shaper  Co. 

Cincinnati  Gear  Cutting  Machine  Co. 
Von  Wyck  Machine  Tool  Co. 

Mueller  Machine  Co. 

John  Steptoe  Shaper  Co. 

King  Machine  Tool  Co. 

H.  G.  Barr 

Domestic  Engine  &  Pump  Co. 

South  Bend  Machine  Too-1  Co. 

Van  Dorn  &  Dutton  Co. 

Fay  &  Scott 

Loew  Manufacturing  Co. 

Novo  Engine  Co. 

Atlantic  Engine  Co. 

Cleveland  Twist  Drill  1  Co. 

Chicago  Flexible  Shaft  Co. 

Brown  &  Sharpe  Mfg  Co. 


Detroit  Seamless  Steel  Tubes 
Standard  Pressed  Steel  Co. 
Chicago  Watchman’s  Clock  Co. 
Beardmore  Bolting  Co. 

E.  C.  Atkins  Co. 

Vi-Balata  Belting 
Prescott  Emery  Wheel  Co. 
Russell  Chuck  Co. 

Reed  Mfg.  Co. 

H.  &  E.  Lifting  Jack  Co. 
Thomas  Grate  Bar  Co. 
Dominion  Wire  Rope  Co. 

Can.  Bond  Hanger  Co. 

Peteler  Car  Co. 

Leader  Iron  Works 
S.  W.  Card  Mfg.  Co. 

Sibley  Machine  Tool  Co. 
Rockford  Drill  Co. 


Every  progressive  machine  'Shop  that  has  more  business  than  it 
can  easifly  handle  should  get  in  touch  with  us.  We  can  supply  ma¬ 
chines  that  will  increase  your  output  at  minimum  labor  cost,  and 
eliminate  the  necessity  of  increasing  the  capacity  of  your  plant. 

We  have  competent  engineers  at  each  of  our  offices  who  will  gladly 
tender  their  service.0  absolutely  free,  to  help  you  pick  the  most  suitable 
machines. 

Great  care  has  been  taken  in  selecting  the  lines  we  carry,  and  we 
know  from  experience  that  they  are  the  best  value  we  can  offer  our 
trade. 

Everything  is  backed  by  our  guarantee  to  be  as  represented.  If 
after  a  trial  you  find  any  article  or  to'ol  lacking  what  we  claim  for  it, 
ship  it  back  at  our  expense. 


Offices  and  Warehouse  : 

85  Water  Street 


Phones:  Main  8054,  8055  and  8056 


ENGINEERS,  MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


183 


The  Canadian 

Fairbanks-Morse 

Company,  Limited 


HEAD  OFFICE 


MONTREAL 


REGINA  SASKATOON 

VANCOUVER  VICTORIA 

QUEBEC  OTTAWA 


CALGARY  FORT  WILLIAM 

WINNIPEG  ST.  JOHN 

HAMILTON  TORONTO 


Distributors  of 

Fairbanks  Standard  Scales 


Gas  and  Oil  Engines  (Stationary  and  Marine); 
Steam  and  Power  Pumps;  Generators  and 
Motors;  Windmills;  Railway  —  Hand  and 
Power  Cars;  Railroad  Specialties  and  Supplies; 
Herring-Hall-Marvin  Safes  and  Vault  Doors; 
Mack  Motor  Trucks  from  to  5  tons  capacity 

Canada’s  Largest 

Machinery 

and  Mill  Supply  House 


Extensive  Stocks  Carried  of 


Scales  for  all  purposes 
Contractors’  Machinery  and  Supplies 
Transmission  Appliances  of  all  kinds 
Motor  Boats  and  Accessories 
Automobile  Accessories  and  Supplies 
Yale  and  Towne  Chain  Blocks, 
Electric  Hoists,  Trolleys  and 
Cranes 


Pumps  of  every  description 
Metal  and  Wood  Working'  Machin 
ery 

Steam  and  Water  Fittings 
Steam  Engines  and  Boilers 
Machine  Tools 
Warehouse  Trucks 


Phone  Garry  650  (  Branch  Exchange) 

General  Office  and  Warehouse 

300-310  Princess  Street,  cor.  Henry 


184 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Canadian  General 

HEAD  OFFICE 
DISTRICT 

MONTREAL  OTTAWA  PORCUPINE  FORT  WILLIAM 

HALIFAX  COBALT  SUDBURY  WINNIPEG 

Main  Electric  Works,  No.  1  Power  House,  No.  2  Power  House  and 
Electric  Porcelain  Works,  Peterboro 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Electrical  Apparatus  and  Machinery 

Generators  and  Motors  for  Alternating  or  Direct  Current 
Lighting,  Railway,  Power  and  Mining  Plants 
Incandescent  Lamps,  Fixtures  and  Wiring  Supplies 
Wire  and  Cables,  Meters,  Transformers,  Switchboards 
Electric  Pumps,  Hoists  and  Locomotives 
Storage  and  Dry  Batteries,  Fans,  Bells  and  Heaters 


Canadian  Allis- 

Sole  Agents  for  Canada  Foundry  Company,  Li mited ,  Toronto 

LARGEST  GENERAL  ENGINEERING  WORKS 

Foundry  and  Engineering  Works  and  Architectural  Bronze  and 
Iron  Works,  Toronto 

Mining,  Crushing  and  Cement  Machinery 
Flour,  Grain  Elevator,  and  Saw  Mill  Machinery 
Steam  and  Gas  Plant  Equipment,  Water  Power  Plants 
Stationary  and  Marine  Boilers,  Return  Tubular  Boilers,  Water 
Tube  Boilers 

Cochrane  Feed  Water  Heaters  and  Purifiers,  Condensers 
Pumping  Machinery,  Steam  Turbines,  Mine  Pumps 
Water  Works  Supplies,  Cast  Iron  and  Rivetted  Steel  Pipe,  Gate 
Valves,  Hydrants  and  Water  Towers 
Steam  Road  Rollers,  Asphalt  Rollers  and  Tools 

Architectural  Bronze  and  Iron  Work 

Stairs  and  Stair  Railing’s,  Elevator  Cars  and  Enclosures,  Bank  and  Office 


C.  E.  Mackenzie,  Manager  Winnipeg  District 

Office  and  Warehouse — 

Phone  Main  800 

Private  Exchange 


ENGINEERS.  MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


185 


Electric  Company 

|  -  TORONTO  LIMITED 

OFFICES 

REGINA  CALGARY  NELSON  VANCOUVER 

SASKATOON  EDMONTON  VICTORIA  PRINCE  RUPERT 

Electrical  Supply  Works  and  Carbon  and  Tungsten  Lamp  Works,  Toronto 
Tungsten  Lamp  Works,  Montreal 

CONTRACTORS  FOR  THE 
INSTALLATION  OF 

Light  and  Power  Plants 

WITH  COMPLETE 
DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEMS 


Chalmers,  Ltd. 

and  Allis-Chalmers,  Manufacturing  Co.  of  Milwaukee 

IN  THE  DOMINION  OF  CANADA 

Bridge  Works,  Bridgeburg 
Hydraulic  Engineering  Works,  Montreal 

Air  Compressors,  Rock  Crushers,  Rock  Drills,  Quarry  Cars, 
Gyratory  Ore  Breakers 

Gas,  Gasoline  and  Oil  Engines  and  Supplies,  Gas  Producer  Plants 
Bridges  and  Structural  Steel  Work 

Steam  Locomotives,  Steam  Shovels  and  Cranes  (Travelling  and 
Wrecking),  Lidgerwood  Hoists 
Transmission  Appliances,  Pulleys,  Shafting  and  Hangers 
Contractors’  Supplies,  Concrete  Mixers,  Hoists 
Steam  Specialties,  Machine  and  Cold  Pressed  Bolts,  Tanks 

Bronze  and  Iron  Ornamental  Work  of  All  Kinds 

Railings,  Lighting  Standards,  Door  and  Window  Grilles,  Gates,  Fences,  Etc. 


We  will  gfive  you  immediate  quotations  from  Winnipeg- 
Office  and  have  the  facilities  to  make  g-ood  deliveries. 


Notre  Dame  East 


186 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


William  E.  Skinner,  Res.  211  Maryland  Street 
Phone  Sherbrooke  108 


Cable  Address  :  “  Renniks  " 


Plans 

Specifications 
Estimates 
and  Supervision 
Furnished 


W.  E.  Skinner,  Ltd. 

CONSULTING 

ELECTRICAL  AND  MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Electrical 
and  Mechanical 
Apparatus 
Standard  and 
Special 


Phone  Main  7290 


204  Sterling  Bank  Building 


Chester  C.  O’Neil,  Res.  187  Arlington  Street 


Residence  Phone  Sherbrooke  3939 


C.  C.  O’Neil  &  Co. 

MECHANICAL  AND  ERECTING 

ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERS 

SWITCH  BOARD  AND  POWER  PLANT  WORK 
AMATEUR  WINDING  AND  GENERAL  ELECTRICAL  REPAIRS 


Phone  Garry  919 


52*4  Princess  Street 


W.  I.  Gray,  E.E.  •  J.  H.  Schumacher,  E.E. 

Schumacher  Gray  Co.,  Limited 

Successors  to  Mitchell-Gray  Electric  Company 

Contracting  Electrical  Engineers 

Electrical  Construction  Power  and  Lighting'  Plants 

125  Phoenix  Block  -  Phone  Garry  4962 


MONTREAL  WINNIPEG  CALGARY 


VANCOUVER 


F.  Nicolas  &  Company,  Limited 

WHOLESALE 

ELECTRIC  LIGHTING  SUPPLIES 

Sole  Distributors  of 

Laco  Drawn  Wire  Tungsten  Lamps  and  Royal  Suction  Cleaners 


Phone  Garry  3185 


24  Silvester-Willson  Building 


ENGINEERS,  MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


187 


TRANSMISSION 

MACHINERY 


Standard 


Wood  Split  Pulley 

with  Interchangeable 
g\(f^  Bushing. 

The  original  patent  pulley 
made  in  all  sizes  and 
carried  in  stock  for  im¬ 
mediate  shipment.  Every 
pulley  is  guaranteed  for 
double  belts.  Every  pull¬ 
ey  is  thoroughly  nailed, 
in  perfect  balance.  Best 
shaft  fastening. Lighter 
and  cheaperfhan  iron  or 
steel.  Better  belt  surface 
and  used  by  the  largest 
plants  in  existence. 

DO  NOT  ACCEPT  SUBSTITUTES 
SEND  FOR  LATEST  CATALOGUE  / 


DODGE 


MACHINERY 


HANGERS 

PULLEYS 

Th 

We  claim  to  turn  out 
more  of  this  class  of 
material  daily  than  any 
other  one  concern.  Our 
quality  is  standardized 
to  a  high  degree  of  per¬ 
fection.  Our  facilities  are 
immense, net  result. 
Satisfaction  in  our 

V—  service.  — 

TRY  US.  / 


188 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


British-Canadian  Engineering  &  Supply 

Company,  Limited 

The  Ideal  Power  Plant  for  Town  Electric  Lighting, 
Water  Works  or  Sewage  Disposal 


For  Economy,  Reliability,  Ease  of  Cleaning  Without  Stopping  the  Plant,  Clean  and 
Cool  Gas,  Simplicity,  and  for  Generating  Electricity  there  is  no  Plant  like  the — 


Ruston 


Suction  Gas 
Engine  and 
Producer 


For  Anthracite,  Coke 
and  Charcoal 

Patent  Producers  for  using 
all  kinds  of  Wood  refuse — as 
Wood  Blocks,  Bark  Clip- 

Ruston  Patent  Suction  Gas  Plant  and  Ruston  Gas  Engine  pmgs.  Sawdust,  Etc. 

Plants  Now  Supplied  or  on  Order!  Supplied  to  Towns  of  Grenfell,  Sask.,  Langham,  Sask., 
Outlook,  Sask.,  Gull  Lake,  Sask.,  Hanley,  Sask.,  Wadena,  Sask.,  Herbert,  Sask.,  Rapid  City,  Man., 
Russell,  Man.,  Strassburg,  Sask.,  and  the  Leader  Publishing  Company,  Regina,  Sask. 


122  Phoenix  Block  Phone  Garry  3596 


Brydges  Engineering  and  Supply  Co. 

LIMITED 

Engineers  and  Agents 

SPECIALISTS  IN  DESIGN  AND  INSTALLATION 

of  Producer  Gas,  Electric  Lighting  and  Pumping  Plants 

Agents  for  Messrs.  TANGYES,  LTD.,  of  Birmingham,  England 

229  Main  Street  Phone  Main  8230 


Cable  Address:  "LEITWECO” — Code:  A.B.C.  5th  Edition 


Roehrig  &  Koenig  Machinery  Co.,  Ltd. 

EUWECKE,  LEITNER  &.  MENTZENDORFF 

SOLE  REPRESENTATIVES  FOR  CANADA 

Builders  and  Contractors  for 

SAND— LIME— BRICK  FACTORIES 

Our  System  Recognized  as  Unexcelled  in  the  whole  World 


Phone  Garry  3652 


Phoenix  Block,  26  Princess  Street 


ENGINEERS,  MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 


189 


Windmills  for  Power  and  Pumping 

Chapman  Gasoline  Engines 

Well  Drilling  and  Boring  Machinery 

Water  Towers  and  Elevated  Tanks  for 

Town  and  Village  water  supply  and  fire  pro¬ 
tection 

Fire  Engines,  Steel  Flag  Staffs 
Toronto  and  Aylmer  Pumps — (all  styles  and 
kinds  in  Iron  and  Wood) 

Tanks  in  Steel  and  Wood 
Roller  Crushers 
Pneumatic  Pressure  Tanks 
Grain  Grinders  Feed  Cutters 
Steel  Saw  Frames  and  Saws 
Stock  Watering  Troughs  and  Basins 
Aylmer  Standard  and  Pitless  Scales 
Pneumatic  Water  Systems 
Winslow  Tank  Heaters 


Our  General  Lines 


Well  Casing 
Pipe  and  Fittings 
Belting  and  Hose 

Brass,  Iron  and  Porcelain  Lined 
Cylinders 

Eureka  and  Deep  Well  Cylinders 
Hydraulic  Rams 

Write  us  for  Catalogue  and  Prices. 

Specify  the  goods  you  wish  infor¬ 
mation  about 

Ontario  Wind  Engine 
&  Pump  Co.,  Ltd. 

Cor.  Logan  and  Arlington  St.  Our  Winnipeg  Warehouse 


ELECTRIC  FIXTURES.  RANGES,  GRATES,  TOASTEPS,  IRONS,  FANS,  MOTORS,  STOVES,  RADIATORS 
VACUUM  CLEANERS,  WASHING  MACHINES,  ETC.,  OUR  SPECIALTIES 


The  H.  P.  Electric 

CONTRACTORS  FOR 

LIGHT  HEAT  POWER  TELEPHONES 

Let  Us  call  on  you  and  advise  you  as  to  the  most  Economical  Way  of  Equipping  Your 
Home  with  the  Latest  Labor  Saving  Devices,  that  will  give  you 
Comfort,  Save  You  Time  and  Money 


Phone  Garry  4108 


732  Sherbrook  Street 


Fixtures  a  Specialty  Contractors  in  all  Classes  of  Electric  Work 


Shipman  Electrical  Company,  Limited 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS  IN  ELECTRICAL 
APPARATUS  AND  SUPPLIES 


Phone  Main  4916  Exchange 


290-292-294  Graham  Avenue 


100 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Canada  Metal  Co.  Ltd. 


WE  MANUFACTURE  IN  WINNIPEG 


Lead  Pipe 
Lead  Traps 

Block 
Tin  Pipe 

Sheet 

Britannia 

Metal 

Solder 

Stereotype 

and 

Linotype 


i  rnMPANV 


i/EADPIffl- 


OUR  WINNIPEG  FACTORY 


Babbitt 

Metals 

Battery 

Zincs 

Phosphor 
Tin  and  All 
White  Metal 
Mixtures 

Fuse  Wire 

Sheet 
Block  Tin 


HEAD  OFFICE  AND  FACTORY:  FRASER  AVENUE,  TORONTO 

CARRY  IN  STOCK 

Pig  Lead,  Pig  and  Ingot  Tin,  Antimony,  Spelter,  Copper,  Bismuth,  Aluminum 
Phone  Garry  354 

WINNIPEG  OFFICE  AND  FACTORY: 

310  Chambers  Street,  near  Logan 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


191 


Member  Association  of  American  Directory  Publishers 

Henderson  Directnries,  Limited 

WINNIPEG  -  REGINA  -  SASKATOON 


PUBLISHERS 


Brandon  City  Directory 
Fort  William  City  Directory 
Moose  Jaw  City  Directory 
North  Battleford  City  Directory 
Portage  La  Prairie  City  Directory 
Port  Arthur  City  Directory 
Prince  Albert  City  Directory 


Regina  City  Directory 
Saskatoon  City  Directory 
Swift  Current  City  Directory 
Weyburn  City  Directory 
Winnipeg'  City  Directory 
Yorkton  City  Directory 


Manitoba  and  Saskatchewan  Gazetteer  and  Directory 


Henderson  Directories  Alberta 

LIMITED 


CALGARY  -  EDMONTON 

PUBLISHERS 

Calgary  City  Directory  Edmonton  City  Directory 

Lethbridge  City  Directory 

Alberta  Gazetteer  and  Directory 


Henderson  Directory  Co. 

Henderson  Publishing  Co.,  Limited  Liability 

VANCOUVER  -  VICTORIA 


PUBLISH  ERS 

Vancouver  City  Directory  (including  North  Vancouver, 
South  Vancouver,  Point  Grey,  New  Westminster, 
Chilliwack  and  Lower  Fraser  Towns) 

Victoria  City  and  Vancouver  Island  Directory 
Prince  Rupert  City  Directory 

British  Columbia  Gazetteer  and  Directory 


192 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


ORGANIZED  NOVEMBER  1898 

Association  of  American 
Directory  Publishers 

HEADQUARTERS 

202  East  12th  Street,  New  York 


OFFICERS 

J.  L.  Hill,  President . Richmond,  Ya. 

R.  H.  Donnelley,  First  Vice-President . Chicago,  Ill. 

W.  II.  Lee,  Second  Vice-President . New  Haven,  Conn. 

W.  H.  Bates,  Secretary-Treasurer . New  York,  N.Y. 

BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES 

W.  E.  Murdock . Boston,  Mass. 

R.  H.  Donnelley . Chicago,  Ill. 

A.  V.  Williams .  . Cincinnati,  O. 

J.  L.  Hill . . Richmond,  Va. 

R.  L.  Polk . . .  Detroit,  Mich. 

W.  II.  Bates . New  York,  N.Y. 

W.  H.  Lee . . New  Haven,  Conn. 

E.  M.  Gould . St.  Louis,  Mo. 

W.  G.  Torchiana . Philadelphia,  Pci. 


W.  H.  Lee 


EXECUTIVE  COMMITTEE 

W.  E.  Murdock  W.  G.  Torchiana 


The  Objects  of  the  Association 

FIRST:  The  improvement  of  directories  by  the  interchange  of  ideas  and  the 

exchange  of  experienced  employees. 

SECOND  :  The  protection  of  the  public  against  fraudulent  advertising  schemes  operat¬ 
ing  under  the  name  of  directories,  and  the  maintenance  of  a  high  standard 
of  excellence  and  accuracy  of  information  in  the  publication  of  directories  ; 
thereby  maintaining  and  promoting  the  confidence  of  the  advertising  public 
in  reliable  directories;  also  the  securing  of  permanent  employment  for 
competent,  industrious  canvassers  and  honest  compilers. 

THIRD:  The  advancement  of  the  interests  of  all  who  may  become  members  hereof. 

FOURTH:  The  promotion  generally  of  social,  as  well  as  business  intercourse  among 
its  members. 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Architects 

Engineers 

General  Contractors 


Page 

Archibald,  Geo.  H.  &  Co.,  Limited  199 
Bitulithic  &  Contracting  Co.,  Ltd..  202 

Brown  &  Vallance  .  195 

Canadian  Domestic  Engineering 

Company,  Limited  .  196 

Carter,  Hall,  Aldinger  Co..  Ltd.  .  .  200 

Fort  Garry  Construction  Co' .  198 

Galt,  John,  Engineering  Co.,  Ltd...  197 

Hughes,  Owen  Company,  Ltd .  194 

Kelly,  Thomas  &  Sons  .  203 

Lyall  Mitchell  Co.,  Ltd .  201 

McDiarmid,  J.  Co.,  Ltd .  200 

National  Construction  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  203 

Pratt  &  Ross  .  195 

Sutherland  Construction  Co .  198 

Trussed  Steel  Concrete  Co.,  of  Can¬ 
ada,  Ltd .  199 

Watts,  E.  R.  &  Son,  Canada,  Ltd...  194 


F 


194 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Montreal  Toronto  Ottawa 

Winnipeg  Vancouver 

Hughes,  Owens 
Co.,  Limited 

Manufacturers  and  Jobbers  of 

Blue  Print  Papers 

Surveying  and  Engineering 
Instruments 

DRAWING  MATERIALS 
ARTISTS'  MATERIALS 


Phones  Garry  2462-2463 

312  Ross  Avenue 


E.  R.  Watts  &  Son 

(Canada)  Limited 

HEAD  OFFICE  -  OTTAWA,  CANADA 

Surveying  Instruments 
Manufacturers 

Transits,  Levels,  Aneroids,  Compasses,  Tape  Measures 
Drawing'  Instruments,  Drawing',  Blue  Print,  Black  Print, 

Profile  and  Cross  Section,  etc.,  Papers  and  Linens 
Microscopes,  Thermometers,  Telescopes,  Field  Glasses 
Tracing  Linen,  Boards  and  T-Squares,  Set  Squares, 

Scales,  etc,,  etc. 

Surveyors’  and  Architects’  Instruments  and  Supplies 
Repairs  of  all  kinds  done  at  Winnipeg 


PHONE 

Garry  678  65  Albert  Street 


ARCHITECTS,  ENGINEERS,  CONTRACTORS 


195 


DAVID  R.  BROWN  HUGH  VALLANCE 

Head  Office!  Montreal 
Offices  Winnipeg,  Calgary  and  Saskatoon 

Brown  &  Vallance 

Architects 

Representatives— E.  E.  Sheppard.  Winnipeg- 
B  Herschel,  Canary 
A.  J.  McLean,  Saskatoon 

Architects  for  University  of  Saskatchewan  and  Regina  College 


Phone  Main  8091 

1006  McArthur  Building 


Ralph  B.  Pratt,  Architect  Donald  A.  Ross,  B.A. 

M.R.A.I.C.  M.  Can.  Soc.  C.E.,  A.R.A.I.C. 

Pratt  &  Ross 

Architects 

Structural  and  Civil  Engineers 


Power  House  and  Factory  Designs 
Reinforced  Concrete  Construction 


Phone  Main  5157 

1 01 1  Electric  Railway  Chambers 


196 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


MONTREAL  TORONTO  WINNIPEG 

5  Beaver  Hall  Square  47  King-  Street  West  103  Princess  Street 

Canadian  Domestic  Engineering 

Company,  Limited 

George  Huey,  M.E.,  President  and  Chief  Consulting  Engineer,  Toronto 
Ernest  Belanger,  B.A.Sc.,  C.E..  Vice-President  and  Consulting  Civil  Engineer,  Montreal 
A.  D.  Woodman,  Treasurer  and  General  Manager,  Montreal 
Frank  W.  Walker,  B.A.Sc.,  M.E.E.,  Resident  Consulting  Mechanical  and  Electrical  Engineer,  Winnipeg 

Consulting,  Designing  and 
Supervising  Engineers 

FOR 

Steam  and  Electric  Power  Plants,  Heating, 
Ventilating  and  Plumbing,  Illumination, 
Refrigeration,  Mill,  Factory  and  Office 
Building  Engineering,  Etc.,  Etc. 


Sherwood  &  Dawson,  Ltd.,  Western  Representatives 

Phone  Garry  4587 

Galt  Building,  103  Princess  Street 


$100  REWARD 


The  Association  of  American  Directory 
Publishers  will  pay  $100  Reward  for 
the  arrest  and  conviction  of  any  person 
or  persons  attempting  to  collect  money 
on  fraudulent  directory  advertisements. 


WILLIAM  H.  BATES,  Secy. 

202  EAST  TWELFTH  STREET,  NEW  YORK  CITY 


ARCHITECTS,  ENGINEERS,  CONTRACTORS 


197 


JOHN  HADDIN,  M.  Can.Soc.C.E.,  A.M.Inst.C.E.  EDMUND  L.  MILES,  A.M.Can.Soc.C.E 

WINNIPEG  CALGARY 


The  John  Galt  Engineering  Co. 

LIMITED 

OFFICES  WINNIPEG,  CALGARY  AND  VANCOUVER 

Consulting,  Civil  and 
Constructing  Engineers 


Specialist  in  all  kinds  of  Municipal  Engineering  Work 

WATERWORKS  SEWERAGE  ELECTRIC  LIGHTING 
STEAM  AND  WATER  POWER  CONCRETE  CONSTRUCTION 


Phone  Main  2752 


Suite  314  Kennedy  Building 

317  Portage  Avenue 


198 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


DANIEL  D.  WOOD 
President 


ARTHUR  J.  WILLS,  Assoc.  Mem.  Can.  and  Arner.  Soc.  C.E. 
Assoc.  Mem.  Inst.  M.  &  C.E.,  Great  Britain 
Vice-President  and  General  Manager 


Fort  Garry  Construction 

Company,  Limited 

Engineers  and 
General  Contractors 


GEORGE  Y.  BRIGHTON,  Secretary  and  Manager  Millwork  and  Carpentry 

JAMES  G.  HOWARD,  Treasurer  and  Purchasing  Agent 

JAMES  FRASER,  Director  and  Manager  Masonry  and  Concrete  Work 


Office  and  Yards  : 

Arlington  Street  corner  Ross  Ave. 

Phone  Garry  1532 


J.  SUTHERLAND 

Res.  Phone  St.  John  939 


L.  F.  BORROWMAN,  C.E. 

Res.  Phone  Sher.  3589 


J.  N.  SUTHERLAND 


Sutherland  Construction  Co.,  Ltd. 

GENERAL  CONTRACTORS 


Phone  Main  3550 


211  Carlton  Building- 


Your  Business  is  Good 

THEN  MAKE  IT  BETTER 

Others  have  greatly  increased  their  business  by  advertising 
in  the  City  Directory 

and  SO  CAN  YOU 


ARCHITECTS,  ENGINEERS.  CONTRACTORS 


199 


George  H.  Archibald,  President  and  General  Manager  William  H.  Archibald,  Secretary-Treasurer 
•  John  W.  Aldridge,  Construction  Engineer 

Geo.  H.  Archibald  &  Co. 

Limited 

Branch  Offices!  Calgary,  Edmonton,  Saskatoon 

Engineers  and 
General  Contractors 

SPECIALTIES 

Mills,  Grain  Elevators,  Factories,  Warehouses, 
and  Heavy  Concrete  Construction 


Phone  Main  676  Exchange 


824-828  Union  Bank  Building 

Warehouse  and  Yards  I  McPhillips  St.,  near  Notre  Dame  Ave. 


Head  Office  and  Works  -  Walkerville,  Ont. 

Branches  :  Toronto,  Winnipeg,  Montreal,  Vancouver,  Calgary  and  Halifax 

Correspondents  : 

Trussed  Concrete  Steel  Co.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Trussed  Concrete  Steel  Co.,  London,  Eng-. 

Trussed  Concrete  Steel  Co. 


Of  Canada,  Limited 

Reinforced  Concrete  Engineers 


Kahn  System  of 

Reinforced  Concrete 


A.  St.  C.  Ryley,  Engineer  and  Branch  Manager 

Phone  Main  7681  803  Union  Bank  Building 


200 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


W.  H.  Carter,  President  and  General  Manager  A.  H.  Aldinger,  C.E..  Vice-President*and  Engineer 

Frank  E.  Halls,  Secretary-Treasurer 


Carter -Halls -Aldinger 

Company,  Limited 

Engineers  and  Builders 

Railroad  and  Public  Work 

Steel  Construction  and  Fire-proof  Building's 

Heavy  Masonry,  Foundations  and  Caissons 

Contracts  taken  for  All  Kinds  of  Building  Construction 


Phones  Main  7656-7657-7658-7659 


1010  Union  Bank  Building 


James  McDiarmid,  President  Thomas  Borgford,  Vice-President 

Edward  Cass,  Secretary-Treasurer 


J.  McDiarmid  Company 

Limited 


General  Contractors 


Office  Phone!  Garry  4510;  Eng.  Dept.!  Garry  4511 


Room  705  Canada  Building,  356  Donald  Street 


Factory  and  Yard:  1135  Winnipeg  Ave.,  cor.  Myrtle  Street 

Phone  Garry  3624 


ARCHITECTS,  ENGINEERS,  CONTRACTORS 


201 


PETER  LYALL 

President,  Secretary-Treasurer 


STEPHEN  C.  OXTON 

Managei 


The  Lyall  -  Mitchell 

Company,  Limited 


General  Contractors 

Phones  Main  8108  and  2596 

2  Standard  Trusts  Building,  346  Main  St. 


202 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Bitulithic  and  Contracting 

Limited 

W.  M.  MACPHAIL,  B.A.Sc.,  A.M.  Can.  Soc.  C  E. 

President  and  General  Manager 


Nine  of  the  Principal  Cities  and  Munici¬ 
palities  of  Western  Canada  are  Standing 
Advertisements  of  the  merits  of  the 

Bitulithic 

Pavement 

The  Ideal  Boulevard 

This  pavement  is  constructed  by  the  latest  scientific  process, 
and  excels  all  others  in  durability,  ease  of  maintenance,  and  is 
more  economical  than  block. 

Its  rough,  gritty  surface  makes  it  the  ideal  pavement  for 
driving  and  motoring  Horses  step  out  freely  without  fear  of 
slipping,  and  motors  do  not  skid  when  the  pavement  is  wet. 


Branch  Offices  ! 


St.  Boniface 
Edmonton 
St.  Vital 


Regi  na 
Calgary 
Fort  Garry 


Saskatoon 

Lethbridge 

Assiniboia 


Phone  Main  3847 


Head  Office  -  Winnipeg 

37  Empress  Building,  354  Main  Street 


ARCHITECTS,  ENGINEERS,  CONTRACTORS 


203 


Thomas  Kelly  Robert  Emmet  Kelly  Charles  B.  Kelly  Laurence  C.  Kelly 


Thomas  Kelly  &  Sons 

General  Contractors  and 
Brick  Manufacturers 


Phones  Main  286  and  287 


General  Offices  : 

504-505  Lindsay  Building,  Nntre  Dame  Avenue 

Brick  Yards  I  St.  Boniface  Phone  St.  John  971 

Christopher  H.  Simpson,  President  Michael  Kelly,  Vice-President 

James  M.  Kelly,  Secretary-Treasurer 

The 

National  Construction 

Company,  Limited 

General 

Contractors 


Phone  Main  1945 


Office!  807-808  Boyd  Building 


204 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Do  You  Want 
To  Find  Anyone 

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To  keep  track  of  customers  ? 

To  know  who  you  are  dealing-  with 

To  keep  your  accounts  clear  as  to 
customer’s  name  and  address  ? 

To  have  the  very  best  information  bureau 
in  the  city  at  your  command  ? 

To  be  in  direct  communication  with  every 
house  in  the  city? 


Use  a  Directory 


Henderson  Directories,  Limited 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Builders’  Materials 
Lumber,  Sash  and  Doors 
Brick,  Stone 
Cement,  Lime,  Sand 
Hardware  and  Tools 


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Acme  Sash  &  Door  Co.  Ltd .  226 

Aikenhead  Clark  Hardware  Co. 

Ltd .  224 

Alexander,  Jobn  H .  223 

Alsip  Brick,  Tile  &  Lumber  Co.. 

Ltd .  215 

Barker,  A.  &  Co .  222 

Birds  Hidl  Sand  Co.  Ltd .  216 

Black,  T'hos .  213 

Braid  &  McCurdy  .  211 

Branford  Roofing  Co.,  Ltd .  225 

Brooke,  J.  H .  220 

Browne  Angus  .  2.2 2 

Campbell  Bros .  22.0 

Carey,  Philip,  Co .  2,25 

Chamberlin  Metal  Weather  Strip 

Agency  of  Winnipeg  .  224 

Coast  Lumber  Yards,  Limited  .  .  .  229 

Couture  &  Marion  .  2(2.1 

Cox,  Fred.  J.  C.  &  Co .  210 

Cusson  Lumber  Co .  230 

Dominion  Fire-Proofing  Co..  Ltd...  223 
Dominion  Gypsum  Co.,  Limited  .  .  209 

Dominion  Lumber  &  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd.  230 
Fonseca  Roofing  &  Sheet  Metal  Co.  225 

Graham,  J.  C.  Co.,  Ltd .  226 

Grandy,  G.  B.  &  Co .  222 

Guilbault  Co.,  Ltd .  221 

Hackney  Tile  &  Supply  Co.,  Ltd.  .  222 

Lake  Winnipeg  Shipping  Co.,  Ltd..  217 


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Lee,  W.  F .  212 

McArthur,  J.  D.  &  Co .  230 

Macintyre,  A.  L . *. .  220 

Manitoba  Gypsum  Co.,  Limited  .  .  209 

Manitoba  Pressed  Brick  Co..  Ltd..  2.2.1 

Marble  &  Tile  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd.  219 

Menzies  &  McIntyre,  Ltd .  218 

Murray,  G.  W.  Co..  Ltd .  228 

National  Supply  Co.,  Ltd .  221 

North,  V.  C.,  Contracting  &  Supply 

Co .  224 

Oliver  &  Manson  .  218 

Paterson  Mfg.  Co.,  Limited  .  225 

Radford-Wright  Co.,  Ltd .  227 

Rat  Portage  Lumber  Co..  Ltd.  ...  231 

H.  J.  St.  Clair  Co.,  Limited  ....  232 

S.  A.  Sigurdson  &  Co .  232 

Taylor,  A.  T .  208 

Waite- Fullerton  Co.,  Ltd .  210 

Walker, s,  Limited  .  208 

Wallace  Sandstone  Quarries,  Ltd.  216 

Walsh  &  Charles  .  208 

Western  Marble  &  Mosaic  Co.,  Ltd.  219 

Western  Stone  Company.  Ltd .  218 

Western  Supply  &  Mfg.  Co .  2;24 


Winnipeg  Paint  &  Glass  Co.,  Ltd. 

. 206-207 

Winnipeg  Sandstone  Brick  Co.,  Ltd.  217 
Winnipeg  Supply  &  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd.  214 
Wood-Mosaic  Co.  (Incorporated)  .  22>6 


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Edward  Cass,  President  James  McDiarmid,  Vice-PresidentM 

The  Winnipeg 

Company 


“EVERYTHING  FOR  A  BUILDING” 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL 


Lumber,  Sash  and  Doors 

Rough  and  Dressed  Lumber 
Sash,  Doors  and  Interior  Finish 
Hardwood  Finish  a  Specialty 
“Korelock"  Oak  and  Birch  Veneered  Doors 


Mill  Work  and  Show  Cases 

Largest  and  Most  Complete  Factory  in  City 
Show  Cases,  Store  Fronts,  Fixtures 


Roofing  and  Building  Papers 

“Winnipeg”  Roofing — Waterproof  and  Weatherproof 
Plain  and  Tarred  Building  Paper,  Sheathing,  Etc. 


Builders’  Hardware 

“  Russwin  ”  Builders'  Hardware 
‘■‘Triple  A”  Floor  Smoother,  Coal  Chutes 
Builders'  Specialties  of  every  description 


Lumber  Yards,  Wood  Working  Factory 
Sash  and  Door  Warehouse— 

Gertrude  A ve.  and  Joseph  St.,  Fort  Rouge 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


207 


John  Carr,  Vice-President  R.  W.  Paterson,  Managing-  Director 

Paint  &  Glass 

Limited 

“EVERYTHING  FOR  A  BUILDING” 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL 


Paints  and  Varnishes 

Martin-Senour  Paints,  Sundries 
Pratt  &  Lambert  Varnishes,  Enamel 
“Calcimo”  Coldwater  Wall  Finish 
“Adams”  Paint  Brushes — Highest  Quality 


Plate,  Window  and  Fancy  Glass 

Large  Stocks  of  Plate,  Window  and  Fancy  Glass 
Manufacturers  of  Art  Glass  and  Mirrors,  Bevelling,  etc. 


Burlaps  and  Leatherette 

“Lin-una”  Burlap — the  Artistic  Wall  Covering 
“Leatherette” — Will  Outwear  Real  Leather 


Mantels,  Grates,  Tile  and  Marble 

Wood  Mantels  in  Artistic  Designs  and  Finishes 
Coal  and  Wood  Grates,  Fireplace  Trimmings,  etc. 
Floor  and  Wall  Tile,  Marble  of  every  description 


General  Offices 

Show  Rooms  and  Warehouses— 

167  to  171  Notre  Dame  Avenue  East 


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SPECIAL.  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


PHILIP  WALKER,  President,  Res.  211  Mayfair  Avenue.  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  911 
Codes:  A.B.C.  5th  Edition 


Walker’s  Limited 

Mechanical  Appliances  for  Buildings 
Builders’  Supplies  and  Specialties 
Heating  and  Ventilating  Specialties 


Shone  Ejector 

Tuttle  &  Bailey  Manufacturing- Co’s. 
Registers  and  Grilles 

Johnson  Humidifier 

Donaldson  “Eclipse”  Air  Washer 


“Rotrex”  Vacuum  Cleaner 

Johnson  System  of  Temperature 
Regulation 

Sheldon  Ventilating  Fans,  Heater 
Coils 


Phone  Garry  277 

259-261  Stanley  Street 


A.  T.  Taylor 

SELLING  AGENT 

Dahlstrom  Metallic  Door  Co.  Hershoffer  Ringer  Co. 

Monarch  Weather  Metal  Strip  Watson  Manufacturing  Co. 

Whitney  Casement  Window  Co. 


Phone  Sherbrooke  194 


205  Maryland  Street 


Walsh  &  Charles 

P.  L.  Charles,  Manager 

Manufacturers  Agents 

Powers  Temperature  Regulation  Dole  Packless  Radiator  Valves 

Kieley  Steam  Specialties  Sandusky  Stocks,  Ties  and  Dies 

Sparks  Vacuum  System  Neptune  Water  Meters 

Monash  Air  Valves 


406  Tribune  Building 


Phone  Main  6204 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


209 


Manitoba  Gypsum  Company 

Limited 


Manufacturers  of 


“Empire”  Cement  Plaster 
“Empire”  Finish  Plaster 
“Trowel”  Plaster  of  Paris 
“Empire”  Plaster  Board 


“Empire”  Woodfibre  Plaster 
“Gold  Dust”  Finish  Plaster 
Gypsement  the  prepared  hardwall 
“Empire”  Plaster  Tile 


And  other  Gypsum  Products 


NATIONAL  STEEL  STUDDING 
The  only  Metal  Studding-  on  which  either  plaster 
board  or  metal  lath  can  be  used 


Phones  Main  5249-5250 

504  Trust  and  Loan  Building 


W.  ARMSTRONG  T.  A.  CUDDY  E.  L.  BUCHANAN  G.  B.  HYDE 

President  and  Man.  Director  Vice-President  Secretary-Treasurer  Superintendent 

Dominion  Gypsum  Company 

Limited 

Manufacturers  of  Gypsum  Products 

“Peerless”  Wall  Plaster 

“Peerless”  Wood-Fibre  Plaster 
“Peerless”  Hard-wall  Plaster 
“Peerless”  Hard-wall  (Unfibred)  No.  2 
“Peerless”  Ivory  Finish 
“Peerless”  Stucco  (Plaster  of  Paris) 
“Peerless”  Prepared  Finish 
“Peerless”  Plaster  of  Paris 
“Kelly  Island”  Lime 

“Portland”  Cement  Plasterers’  Hair 
“Keene’s”  Cement  Plaster  Board 

510  Electric  Railway  Chambers 

Phone  Main  1676  P.O.  Box  537  Mill  I  Phone  Garry  1281 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


F red  J.  C.  Cox  &  Co. 

Manufacturers’  Agents  and  Dealers  in 

Building  Papers,  Felts  and  Roofing 
Materials,  Builders’  Supplies 

HARDWARE  LADDERS 

GASOLINE  STOVES,  ENAMELLED  METAL  TILE,  Etc. 

Re  presenting 

Alex.  McArthur' &  Co.,  Limited,  Montreal 
Enterprise  Foundry  Company,  of  Sackvilie,  N.B. 

Montreal  Hardware  Manufacturing  Company 


403  Travellers’  Building  Phone  Garry  854 

Warehouse!  Bannatyne  Ave.  East  Phone  Main  6499 
Branches!  Edmonton  and  Calgary,  Alta. 


R.  FULLERTON,  President  T.  C.  ANDERSON,  Secretary-Treasurer 

The 

Waite -Fullerton 

Company,  Limited 

DEALERS  IN 

Building  Specialties  and  Supplies 

High-Grade  Face  Brick  Terra  Cotta 

Enamelled  Brick  Hollow  Building  Blocks 
Roofing  Tiles  Floor  Tiles  Mantels 
Marble  Waterproofing 

Flooring  Garden  Furniture 

Ornamental  Iron  Contractors’  Equipment 

402-3  Builders  Exchange  Phone  Main  5404 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


211 


J.  Edwin  Braid 


Archibald  G.  McCurdy 


Braid  &  McCurdy 

Building  Materials 
and  Specialties 


Cabot’s  Creosote  Shingle  Stains 
Cabot’s  Waterproof  Cement  Stains 
Cabot’s  Waterproof  Brick  Stains 
Cabot’s  Interior  Plaster  Stains 


Cabot’s  Damp-proofing 
Cabot’s  Black  Waterproofing 
Cabot’s  Protective  Paints 
Cabot’s  Mortar  Colors 


Cabot’s  Quilt 

(Insulating  and  Deadening  Felt) 


Bird  &  Son’s 

(F.  W  Bird  &.  Son) 

Neponset  Products 

Neponset  Paroid  Roofing  .  Neponset  Waterdyke  Felt 

Neponset  Insulating  Paper  Neponset  Asphalt  Felt 

Neponset  Black  Waterproof  Paper  Neponset  Wall  Board 


Lake  Francis  Gravel 


Hardwall  Plaster 
Woodfibre  Plaster 
Plaster  of  Paris 
Hunt  Metal  Corner  Bead 


Hollow  Plaster  Fireproofing- 
Plaster  Board 
St.  Anne  Sand 
Brick  Ties 


Kawneer  Store  Fronts 

Solid  Copper,  Brass,  Bronze  or  Aluminum  Construction 
Weber  Double-acting  Floor  Scrapers.  Weber  Concrete  Chimneys. 


204  Farmer  Bldg.,  333  Main  Street 

Phones  Main  5284  and  1232 


Warehouse :  Foot  of  Bannatyne  Avenue 


Phone  Main  1448 


212 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


W.  F.  Lee 


Sole  Agent  in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan 
and  Alberta  for  the  Best 

Salt  Glazed  Vitrified 

Sewer  Pipe 

Made  on  the  American  Continent 

Is  invaluable  for  draining  low  lands;  is  unequalled  for 
well  cribbing  ;  is  impervious  to  the  action  of  frost  and 
water  ;  for  road  culverts  and  small  bridges,  beyond 
comparison;  for  chimneys  and  chimney  lining,  is  better 
than  iron. 

Builders’  Supplies 

Stone  of  all  descriptions;  white  and  gray  lime;  cement; 
wood  fibre  and  hard  wall  plaster;  hair;  sand  mould, 
fire  and  common  brick  ;  fire  clay  ;  Keene’s  cement  ; 
wood  lath  ;  river  and  pit  sand,  gravel,  etc. 


Asphalt  and  Rubber  Roofing 

Is  the  best  roofing  that  is  made;  is  sold  under  a  positive 
guarantee;  is  cheaper  than  wood  or  metal  shingles;  is 
more  durable  and  more  satisfactory. 


Yard:  426  Wall  Street,  cor.  Ellice  Phone  Sher.  798 


General  Office  and  Yard: 

Phone  Main  1116 


136  Portage  Avenue 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


213 


Thos.  Black 

Pedlar’s  “  Perfect”  Metal  Lath,  Truss  Fabric,  Corner  Bead 
Metal  Shingles,  Sidings,  Ceilings  Expanded  Metal 
Cement,  Waterproofing,  Paints  and  Compounds 
Wire  Concrete  Reinforcing 

Hardware  Specialties 
and  Builders’  Supplies 


Cement,  Lime,  Plaster  and  Building 
Paper,  Ready  Roofing,  Roofing  Felt 

Pitch,  Tar,  Asphalt,  Waterproofing  Paints 
Deadening  Felt  and  “Keystone”  Hair  Insulator 
Wall  Board  and  Insulating  Papers 


Phone  Main  8800 — Private  Exchange 


76-82  Lombard  St. 


Branch  Warehouse  and  Yards:  Sargent  and  Wall  Street 


214 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


DAVID  BOWMAN,  Treasurer  and  Manager 


JOHN  A.  HENDERSON,  Secretary 


The 

Winnipeg  Supply&Fuel 

Company,  Limited 
Dealers  in 

Lime  Gravel  Crushed  Stone 

Cement  Sand  Rubble  Stone 

Plaster  Fire  Brick 

Expanded  Metal  Lath 
Balmoral  White  Brick 

Builders’  Supplies 

Lime  Kilns  and  Quarries,  Stonewall,  Man. 


Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealers  for 

The  D.  L.  &  W.  Coal  Company’s 

Scranton  Coal 

The  Standard  Anthracite 


Telephone  Garry  2910— Exchange 


Main  Office  and  Yard 

298  Rietta  Street 

Three  Branch  Yards 

Fort  Rouge  Yard:  Hugo  and  Scotland  Avenue.  Telephone  Ft.  Rouge  2213 
West  Yard:  901  Erin  Street  -  -  -  Telephone  Sherbrooke  3667 

St.  James  Yard:  Portage  Avenue  and  C.N.R.  Tracks.  Telephone  Sherbrooke  3475 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


215 


Alsip 

Brick,  Tile  and  Lumber 

Company,  Limited 


MANUFACTURERS  AND  DEALERS  IN 

Building  Supplies 

“From  Foundation  to  Roof” 


Brick,  Fancy  and  Pressed 

Winnipeg  White  Brick 
Hollow  Brick  Partition  Blocks 
Fire  Brick  Fire  Clay 

Tiles  and  Tiling 

For  Grates,  Mantels,  Floors  and  Walls 

Sewer  Pipe  Drain  Tile 

Wall  Coping  Flue  Lining 

Stone  Sand  Gravel 

Plaster  Lime 

Lumber,  Dressed  and  Undressed 

Sash  and  Doors  Lath  Mouldings 

Shingles  and  Interior  Finish 


Estimates  Furnished  on  Shortest  Notice 


Phone  Main  1711  (Private  Exchange) 

Offices :  502  Builders  Exchange 

Yards:  St.  Boniface  and  Elmwood  Phones  St.  John  447-448 

Erin  Street  Phone  Garry  1026 


216 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


E.  F.  Hutchings  D.  D.  Wood  Wm.  Brydon 

President  Vice-President  and  Managing  Director  Treasurer 

T he  Birds  Hill  Sand 

Company,  Limited 

Dealers  in 

Screened  Sand  and  Gravel  and  Crushed  Gravel  In  til  Sizes 

Portland  Cement,  Lime  and  Plaster 

Pit  at  Birds  Hill,  Man.  Highest  Quality  Guaranteed.  Best  Prices  Quoted 


William  P.  Alsip  E.  F.  Hutchings  D.  D.  Wood 

President  Vice-President  Sec.-Treas.  and  Managing  Director 

Birds  Hill  Sandstone  Brick 

COMPANY,  LIMITED 

Manufacturers  of  Common  and  Face  Brick 

Colored  Brick  made  to  Order.  Most  Up-to-date  Process  Adopted 
Office  and  Works  : 

Arlington  Street  corner  Elgin  Ave. 

Phones  Garry  424  and  3842 

Sandstone  Quarries  and  Works  Limestone  Quarries  and  Works 

Wallace,  Nova  Scotia  Tyndall,  Manitoba 

Montreal  Offices 
Transportation  Building 

Wallace  Sandstone  Quarries 

Limited 

QUARRIERS  AND  MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Dimension  Blocks,  Rubble,  Lime 

Sawed,  Planed  and  Cut 

Stone 

Agents  for 

G.  P.  Sherwood  &  Co.  of  Montreal  and  New  York,  Marble  Dealers 


Albert  W.  Cote  -  -  Manager 

Phone  Main  3281 

1001  Electric  Railway  Chambers 

Yards!  Higgins  Avenue  Phone!  Main  4222 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


217 


HUGH  SUTHERLAND  S.  S.  SMITH 

President  and  General  Manager  WILLIAM  KILLEY,  Sales  and  Credit  Manager 

FRED  W.  SMITH  Secretary-Treasurer  CLIFFORD  SIFTON 

Assistant  General  Manager  General  Superintendent 

Lake  Winnipeg  Shipping  Company 

Limited 

Builders’  Supplies 

Dealers  in 

“  Lake  Winnipeg  ”  Washed  and  Screened  Sand  and  Gravel 
“Bird’s  Hill ”  Sand  and  Gravel 
Rubble  and  Crushed  Stone 
Crushed  Granite  Stone 

Cement,  Lime,  Plaster,  Fire  Brick  and  Fire  Clay 


Ft.  Rouge  Branch,  McMillan  Avenue 
Water  Street  Branch  and  Docks,  Foot  of  Water  St. 

St.  James  Branch,  Richmond  Street 
Quarries  and  Lime  Kilns,  Big-  Island  and  Granite  City,  Lake  Winnipeg 

Head  Office  ! 


410  Builders  Exchange  Phones  Main  640-641 


HUGH  SUTHERLAND,  President  W.  D.  MacFARLANE,  Manager  and  Secretary-Treasurer 

Winnipeg  Sandstone  Brick  Company 

Limited 

Manufacturers  of  High-Grade 

Pressed  Sand-Lime  Brick 

Capacity  80,000  Per  Day 

THE  CRUSHER  RESISTANCE  STRENGTH  of  these  Bricks  ranges 
from  60,000  lbs.  to  150,000  lbs.,  according  to  their  age 


See  Us  for  Quotations 


Phone  Fort  Rouge  1705 

Office  and  Factory  -  Pembina,  Corner  Mulvey  Avenue 


218 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Send  us  plans  at  our  expense  Estimates  cheerfully  given 

The  Western  Stone  Company 

Limited 

Cut  Stone 

And  All  Kinds  of  Granite  and  Marble  Work 

We  have  a  modern  plant  and  can  supply  our  products  promptly 

Phone  Main  5682 

Office,  Plant  and  Works  I 

Corner  Bourgeault  and  Desautels  Sts.,  St.  Boniface 


Menzies  &  McIntyre,  Limited 

W.  B.  MENZIES  -  Manager 

All  kinds  of 

Cut  Stone 

Phone  Sher.  2175 

Office  and  Yards:  Erin  Street  near  Portage  Ave. 

James  Oliver  L.  L.  M anson 


Oliver  &  Manson 

CONTRACTORS  FOR  ALL  KINDS  OF  CUT  STONE 


Phone  Garry  1024 


Office  and  Mill : 

Erin  Street,  near  Notre  Dame 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


2.19 


R.  W.  Paterson,  Presidenr  Edwarh  Cass,  Vice-President  James  McDiarmid,  Vice-President 

John  Carr,  Treasurer  A.  G.  Matthews,  Secretary 

The  Marble  and  Tile  Company 

Of  Canada,  Limited 

Marble  and  Tile  Work 

of  Every  Description 

INTERIOR  and  EXTERIOR  MARBLE  for  OFFICE  BUILDINGS 
BANKS,  HOTELS,  Etc. 

Flooring  Contractors 

MARBLE  TILE  MOSAIC  TERRAZZO 


Saw  Mill  and  Factories  Phone  Main  4333 

St.  Jean  Baptiste  cor.  La  Verandrye  Ave.,  C.N.R.  Tracks,  St.  Boniface 

Office:  Notre  Dame  Investment  Building 

167  Notre  Dame  Avenue  East 

Phone  Main  9381  Exchange 


Western  Marble  &  Mosaic 

Company,  Limited 

Contractors  and  Dealers  in 

Interior  Marble,  Roman  Mosaics 
Venetian  Mosaics  Terrazzo, 

Floor  and  Wall  Tile 


Our  Specialty 

Terrazzo  and  Marble  Mosaics 


PHONE  MAIN  1354 

Corner  La  Fleche  and  La  Verandrye  Streets,  St.  Boniface 


220 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  H.  Brooke  m.?.  s<. 


RSJOKIKIOPH© 


Phone  Main  5334- 

idCbieMonuments 


Monuments,  Headstones,  Mantel  Pieces,  Cemetery  Fencing,  Etc. 


Campbell  Bros. 

Marble  and  Granite  Company 

All  Orders  Promptly  Attended  to 
and  Work  Guaranteed 

Phone  St.  John  2255 

90  Hespeler  Avenue  -  Winnipeg,  Man. 

Residence  256  Beverley.  Phone  .Sherbrooke  693. 


Monuments.  Tablets.  Heads^pnes 
AND  ALL  KINDS  OF 
Cemetery  Plot  Enclosures 


Estimates  Furnished  on 
Interior  Work  in  Marble 
Slate  and  Tile 


A.  L.  Macintyre 

MARBLE  AND  GRANITE  DEALER 


Phone  Garry  1988 


Office  :  63  Princess  Street 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


221 


Elzear  Couture 


Residence  Phone  Main  5084 


J.  A.  Marion 


Couture  &  Marion 

BRICK  MANUFACTURERS 
WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS  IN  CORDWOOD 
OLDEST  BRICKYARD  IN  THE  PROVINCE 


P.  O.  Box  30  Yards  and  Offices: 

Phone  Main  1677  End  of  Plinguet,  St.  Boniface 


Office  Telephone  :  Main  604 


Yard  Telephone:  Main  7442 


The  Guilbault  Co.,  Ltd. 

GENERAL  CONTRACTORS 

DEALERS  IN 

WOOD.  COAL.  BUILDERS’  SUPPLIES.  ETC. 


258  Des  Meurons  Cor.  Goulet  Street 


St.  Boniface 


Manitoba  Pressed  Brick  Co.,  Ltd. 

FOR  THE  BEST 

Pressed  Brick 

as  used  in  the  largest  buildings 

502  Keewayden  Building-  Phone  Main  2390 


National  Supply  Co.  Ltd. 

DEALERS  IN 

Lumber,  Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings,  Lime, 

Sand,  Stone,  Gravel,  Hardwall  Plaster, 

High-grade  Portland  Cement 

Office  and  Yard:  Cor.  McPhiliips  Sf.  and  Nofre  Dame  Avenue 

Office  Phone  :  Garry  3558  Order  Desk  :  Garry  3556 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


222 


A.  Barker,  Manager 


A.  Barker  &  Co. 

SPECIALTIES 

TERRA  COTTA,  FLOOR  AND  WALL  TILES,  GLAZED  BRICKS,  FIRE  GRATES 
AND  MANTELS.  SOIL  AND  WATER  PIPES.  SANITARY  WARE 


Phone  Main  7610 


706  Builders  Exchange 


Angus  Browne 

DEALER  IN 

BUILDERS’  SUPPLIES 

LIME,  SAND.  STONE,  BRICK.  HARD  WALL  PLASTER,  CORDWOOD,  ETC. 


Phone  St.  John  327 


250  Sutherland  Avenue 


Kindly  drop  us  a  line  of  enquiry  for  any  goods  you  may  require 

G.  B.  Grandy  &  Company 


Railway  and  Builders’  Supplies 

Concrete  Machinery,  Gasoline  Engines,  Railway  Supplies 
Bishopric  Wall  Board  and  Sheathing,  Grates,  Ornamental 
Iron,  Brass  and  Bronze  Work,  Elevator  Enclosures  a  Spec¬ 
ialty,  Tool  Steel,  Paint  Oils,  Wheelbarrows,  Trucks,  etc. 

Phone  Garry  3672  -  20  Princess  Street 


D.  M.  Hackney,  Managing  Director 


The  Hackney  Tile  &  Supply  Co.,  Limited 

WHOLESALERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  OF  TILE,  MARBLE, 
TERRAZZO,  SLATE 

ORNAMENTAL  IRON  AND  BRONZE  FANCY  BRICK.  FIRE  PROOFING  AND 
HOLLOW  TILE.  TERRA  COTTA.  NATIONAL  AUTOMATIC  HEAT  CONTROL 


Phone  Main  3782 


80-82  Lombard  Street 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


223 


Dominion  Fire  Proofing 

Company,  Limited 

CONTRACTORS  FOR  THE 
MANUFACTURE  AND  INSTALLATION  OF 

Hollow  Tile  Fire  Proofing 
and  Building  Blocks 


Phone  Main  2773 

HEAD  OFFICE: 

503  Confederation  Life  Building 


John  H.  Alexander,  C.E. 

(Assoc.  M.  Am.  Soc.  C.E.) 


Reinforced  Concrete 


Estimates  and  Designs  on  Concrete 
Reinforcement,  also  Cantilever  Flat 
Slab. 

Luxfer  Prisms 

Sidewalk  Lights  Window  Prisms 

Fireproofing  Materials 

Metal  Doors  Metal  Grounds 

Metal  Windows  Metal  Bead 

Metal  Lockers  Metal  Studding 


Waterproofing  Materials 

Insulite 

McCormick  Compound 
(Shamrock  Brand) 

M  iscellaneous 

Ornamental  Terra  Cotta 
Ornamental  Iron 
Opera  Chairs 
School  Furnishings 

Automatic  Temperature  Control 

Victor  Regulators 


Phone  Main  7568 

604  Builders  Exchange 


224 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Builders  Hardware  Contractors’  Supplies 

Aikenhead  Clark  Hardware  Co.,  Limited 

ESTIMATES  FURNISHED  BUILDERS  ON 
FINISHING  HARDWARE 

Representing:  Yale  &  Towne  Manufacturing  Co.,  of  New  York 
Manufacturers  of 


Locks  and  Hardware 


Phones  Main  7150  and  7151  Boyd  Building,  Edmonton  Street,  cor.  Portage 


J.  S.  GREEN,  Manager  C.  L.  WOOLVERTON,  Secretary-Treasurer 


The  Chamberlin  Metal  Weather  Strip  Agency 

of  Winnipeg 

CHAMBERLIN  METAL  WEATHER  STRIP 
REKCAP  NATURAL  SASH  RAIL  VENTILATOR 
BURROWE’S  RUSTLESS  INSECT  SCREENS 
WATSMITH  ROLLING  PARTITIONS 


Phone  Main  5391  (6th  Floor)  62^4  Scott  Block,  Main  Street 


Western  Supply  &  Manufacturing  Co. 

Manufacturers  and  Contractors 

ORNAMENTAL  IRON  AND  BRONZE 
MARBLE,  TILE,  TERRAZZO  BUILDERS’  SUPPLIES 


Phone  Main  1514  Works:  Pacific  Ave.  cor.  Yeoman 


Dealers  in  Builders’  Materials  and  Plumbers’  Supplies 
Winnipeg-  Agents  for  Missisquoi  Marble  Co.,  Ltd. 


The  V.  C.  North  Contracting  &  Supply  Co. 

MARBLE  AND  TILE  CONTRACTORS 
BUILDING  AND  PLUMBING  SPECIALTIES 


SPECIALTIES 

Terra  Cotta,  Tiling,  Glazed  Bricks,  Fire  Grates  and  Mantels,  Soil  and  Water  Pipes 
Sanitary  Ware 


Main  4707 


583  Tache  Avenue,  St.  Boniface 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


225 


Brantford  Roofing  Company 

LIM  ITED 

Manufacturers  of 

Asphalt  and  Rubber  Roofing 

Superior  Roof-Coating 
8RANTFORD. CANADA  Branroco  Lap  Cement 

Roofing  Contractors,  Building  Papers  and  Wall  Board 

HERBERT  E.  EDY,  Manager 

291  Owena  Street  Phone  Garry  5240 


General  Offices,  Roofing:  and  Asbestos  Works:  Lockland,  Cincinnati,  Ohio 
Carej'-Magnesia  Covering:  Works:  Plymouth  Meeting,  Pa. 

The  Philip  Carey  Company 

Manufacturers  and  Patentees  of 

Carey’s  Standard  Roofing 

Fire  Proof 

Asbestos  and  Magnesia  Products 

Roofing-  and  Metal  Paints  Repairing  Cements  Roofing  Felts 
Building-  Papers  Cold  Tar  Products  Pipe  and  Boiler  Covering 
Roofing-  Contracts  a  Special  Feature 

185  James  Avenue  Phone  Main  8506 


Fonseca  Roofing  &  Sheet  Metal  Co. 

Asphalt,  Felt,  Gravel  and  Mica  Roofing 

Manufacturers  of 

Galvanized  Iron  Cornices,  Skylig-hts,  Eave-Troughs,  Conductor  Pipes,  Etc. 
Fire-Proof  Doors  and  Windows  made  to  Underwriters’ specifications  and  requirements 
Dealers  in  Asphalt,  Pitch,  Tar,  Roofing-,  Paint,  Etc. 

Office  and  Warehouse  : 

Gordon  Ave.  and  Stadacona  St,,  Elmwood  Phone  St.  John  514 


Montreal  Toronto  Winnipeg-  Vancouver 


The  Paterson  Manufacturing  Co. 

Limited 

Roofing;  Felt  Roofing;  Pitch 

Building-  Paper  Coal  Tar  Products 

Ready  Roofing 


OFFICE  :  140  ALEXANDER  AVENUE 

PHONE  MAIN  5162 


WORKS!  ST.  BONIFACE 
PHONE  MAIN  4054 


226 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Wood-Mosaic  Company 

Incorporated 

Alexander  E.  MacLean,  Manager 

Manufacturers  of  and  Dealers  in 

All  Kinds  of  High-Grade 

Hardwood  Lumber 

Indiana  Quarter-Sawed  White  Oak 
and  Red  Oak 

Whitewood,  Birch,  Maple,  Cypress, 

Sycamore, Cottonwood,  Basswood, 

Elm 

Walnut  and  Mahogany  Lumber 
Quartered  White  and  Red  Oak  Veneers 

In  all  thicknesses,  widths  and  lengths 

Phone  Garry  1032 

Erin  Street,  cor.  Wellington  Avenue 


The  Acme  Sash  and  Door  Co.  Limited 

Manufacturers  of  All  Kinds  of  Mill  Work 

Dealers  in 

Stock  Sash,  Doors  and  Interior  Finish 

SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED 

Phone  Main  3713 

304  -  320  Des  Meurons  Street,  St.  Boniface 

J.  C.  GRAHAM,  President 


J.  C.  Graham  Co.,  Limited 

WHOLESALE  SASH,  DOORS  AND 
INTERIOR  FINISH  OF  ALL  KINDS 


Office  and  Warehouse  A,  29 2  Princess  Street 
Warehouse  B,  Lincoln,  cor.  McPhillips  Street 


Phone  Garry  2882 
Phone  Garry  4880 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


227 


Radford-Wright  Co. 

Limited 


RADFORD-WRIGHT  VENEERED  DOORS 

are  the  Pride  of  every  Home  Builder  who  uses  them 

Artistic,  Distinctive 
Homes 

at  a  Reduced  Cost 

By  specifying  Radford-Wright  Guaranteed  Mill  work  for  your  home,  you  are 
assured  of  the  BEST — and  you  secure  a  touch  of  distinction  at  reasonable  stock 
prices.  The  cosy  den,  panelled  dining-room,  artistic  stairway,  nobby  Craftsman 
interior — all  can  be  produced  with 

Radford  Stock  Millwork 

It  costs  .less  than  special  detail  work,  and  can  be  delivered  immediately  from  our 
warehouse  without  the  vexatious  delays  experienced  with  special  detail  work. 
Before  you  build,  consult  us.  We  can  undoubtedly  offer  some  suggestions. 


Phones  Garry  1953-1954-1955 

(PRIVATE  EXCHANGE) 

Cor.  Pacific  Ave.  and  Yeoman  Street 


Western  Warehouse 


Saskatoon 


228 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


G.  W.  Murray  Co.,  Ltd. 

Designers  and  Manufacturers  of 

High-Grade  Bar,  Bank  and  Office  Fittings 

Interior  Finish 

Staircases,  Libraries,  Church  Work,  Etc. 

Wood  Craftsmen 


Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings,  Blinds, 
Cabinet  Work,  Carvings,  Grilles,  Bar 
Fixtures,  Garden  and  Station  Seats 


Show  Cases  and  Silent  Salesmen 


Agents  for  and  Manufacturers  of 

Atchison  Patent  Revolving  Doors 

All  kinds  of  Hard  and  Soft  Woods 
kept  in  stock 

Designs  and  Estimates  Furnished  Free 


Phones  Main  3360  and  715 


Foot  Of 

Market  Street  East 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


9 


Coast  Lumber  Yards 


Limited 

Dealers  in  All  Kinds  of 

Lumber 


B.C.  FIR, 

Fir  Finish, 


CEDAR,  PINE,  SPRUCE,  OAK 

Edge  Grain  Fir  Flooring 

The  “Coast”  two  panel  Fir  Door 
is  the  last  word  in  Veneered  Panel 
Doors.  They  are  made  at  Fraser  Mills, 
B.  C.,  by  the  most  modern  and  up-to- 
date  door  factory  in  Canada.  The  special 
features  in  the  “Coast”  Door  are: 

The  Three  Ply  Rotary  Cut  Slashed 
Grain  Veneered  Panels 

Vertical  Grain  Stiles  and  Rails 
They  are  Dry  and  Unshrinkable 

Big  Stocks  Big  Timbers 

Good  Service  and  Quick  Deliveries 

Three  Yards  ! 

No.  1— St.  Boniface— Tache  Avenue 

No.  2 — McPhillips  Street  and  Notre  Dame  West 

No.  3— St.  James — Portage  Ave.  cor.  Madison  Street 


“Coast"  Two-Panel  Fir  Door  ROBERT  F.  BINGHAM,  Manager 


Phone  Main  765 


(Private  Exchange  Connecting  all  Yards) 


General  Office:  185  Lombard  Street 


230 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  D.  McArthur  Co. 

Limited 

Head  Office ;  204  McArthur  Building  Phone :  Main  5061 

Manufacturers  and  Dealers  in 

Lumber 

Lath,  Shingles  and  Interior  Finish 

A.  B.  DONLEY,  Manager 

Office  and  Yards  : 

341  Princess  Street,  cor.  Higgins  Ave. 

Phones  Garry  2360-2361 

Saw  Mills!  Lac  du  Bonnet,  Manitoba  and  Atikokan,  Ontario 

J.  A.  CUSSON,  C.  CUSSON,  S.  J.  DUSSAULT, 

President  and  Manager  Vice-President  and  Asst.  Manager  Secretary 

The  Cusson  Lumber  Co.,  Limited 

Dealers  in  Lumber,  Shingles,  Lath,  Cordwood, 

Builders’  Hardware  and  Supplies,  Glass,  Etc. 

Sand  and  Gravel  Dealers 
Manufacturers  of  All  Kinds  of  Shop  Work 

Gravel  Pit  at  Bird’s  Hill  Sand  Pit,  St.  Anne 

Factory,  Offices  and  Yard:  Provencher  Avenue,  Between  C.N.R.  Main  Line  and  Seine  River 

Phones  Main  2625-2626  St.  Boniface 


Wm.  Scott,  President  D.  J.  McDonald,  Vice-President 

M.  Mclnnis,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Residence  Phone  St.John  404 


The  Dominion  Lumber  &  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd. 

LUMBER,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH 
DOORS,  MOULDI  NGS,  WOOD,  ETC. 


Winnipeg-  Yard  : 

667  Redwood  Ave.,  cor.  McKenzie  St. 

Phones  St.John  910  and  1132 


Transcona  Yard: 
Pandora  Avenue 
Phone  St.  John  1507 


BUILDERS’  MATERIALS 


231 


The 

Bat  Portage  Lumber 

Company,  Limited 

Saw  Mills  at  KENORA,  HARRISON,  VANCOUVER  and  WINNIPEG 


Manufacturers  of 

Fir,  Cedar,  Spruce,  White  and  Red  Pine 

Lumber 

Cedar  Shingles,  Fir  and  Cedar  Lath 
Sash  and  Doors  and  Interior  Finish 

Estimates  given  on 

All  kinds  of  Millwork,  Turned  and  Band  Saw 
Work,  Box  Shooks  and  Packing-  Cases,  Hardwood 
Lumber,  Cedar  Posts  and  Poles,  Tamarac  Piling-, 

Fir  Timbers  for  Heavy  Construction  Work,  E.  G. 
Flooring-  and  Stepping,  Cedar  Siding  and  Finish 


Head  Office 

Manager  and  City  Sales 
Line  Yard 

Sash  and  Door  Factory 

Box  Factory 

Notre  Dame  Branch  - 


Phone  Main  4523 
Phones  Main  1372-2343 
Phone  Main  8701 
Phones  Main  576-4210 
Phone  Main  8879 
Phone  Garry  2680 


Phone  Main  1372 

Marion  Street,  Norwood 

Branch  Yards:  1151  Notre  Dame  Ave.  Phone  Garry  2680 


232 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


H.  J.  St.  Clair  Co.,  Limited 

Specialists  in  Store  Fronts 

All  Metal  Store  Front  Construction 

The  store  front  must  be  attractive.  It  must  invite  people  into  the 
store.  Allow  us  to  give  you  an  estimate  on  your  entire  store  front. 

fiO|,n  PlIfQt  ^  SIDEWALK  PRISMS 
dull  Dill  U I  100%  under  surface  of  glass 

7fiefa/A/JV£APOL/S* 

Sri  Heat  Regulator 

Handles  Heat  like  a  Clock 
tells  Time 

Saves  Money,  Time,  Coal 


PHONE  GARRY  3403 

352  Cumberland  Ave. 

S.  A.  Sigurdson  &  Co. 

Houses  Built  Brickwork  a  Specialty 

Satisfaction  Guaranteed  Houses  for  Sale  at  All  Prices 

Building  Contractors 

Real  Estate  Brokers,  Etc. 

Loans  Effected 


Phone  Main  4463  208  Carlton  Block 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Contractors  and  Builders 
Heating,  Sanitary  and 
Ventilating  Engineers 
Electricians 

Painters  and  Decorators 


Page 

Andrews  &  Son  .  234 

Baxter,  F .  23  8 

Baxter,  James  H .  238 

Beaux-Arts,  Limited  .  239 

Benoit  &  Company  .  234 

Boland  Bros .  244 

Brynjolfsson,  S.  &  Co .  23  4 

Canada  Floors,  Ltd .  236 

Charette,  Kirk  Co.,  Ltd .  241 

Cheney,  H.  E.  &  Sons  .  240 

Cotter  Bros..  Ltd . 242 

Davidson,  W.  J .  234 

Charles  Gate  &  Sons  Co.,  Ltd .  24  2 

Gisli  Goodman  .  240 

Henderson  &  Snyder  .  236 

Jubilee  Metal  Works  .  240 

Lyons,  Thomas  .  238 

McDonald,  Robert  J .  237 

McTaggart,  J.  A.  &  Company  ....  241 

Mackie,  James,  Co.,  Ltd .  242 

Mainer  Bros .  242 

Morgan-Richardson  Well  Drillers, 

Limited .  236 

Morley,  J.  W.  &  Sons  .  2i38 

Richards,  H.  G.  Company .  239 

Seebach,  D.  &  Company  .  244 

Sigurdson,  S.  A.  &  Co .  23  2 

Smith  Construction  Co.,  Ltd .  235 

Smith  &  Kirkpatrick  .  237 

Standard  Plumbing  &  Heating  Co., 


Taylor,  C.  H .  251 

Wallace,  D.  J .  244 

Western  Plastering  Co .  237 

Western  Plumbing  Co .  244 

Wilson,  J.  C .  23  6 

Young,  C.  C.  Co.,  Ltd .  243 


H 


234 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


W.  T.  Andrews 


E.  W.  Andrews 


B.  C.  Andrews 


Andrews  &  Son 

BUILDERS  AND 
CONTRACTORS 

Office  Fittings 

Shop  Work  of  All  Kinds,  Planing,  Band- 
Sawing,  Turning,  Etc. 


Phone  Sher.  830.  Res.  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  58.  Portage  Ave.  cor.  Victor  St. 


Irene  Benoit 


Emanuel  Couture 


Joseph  R.  Cote 


Benoit  &  Company 

GENERAL  CONTRACTORS 

CEMENT  WORK  OF  ALL  KINDS  A  SPECIALTY 


Phone  Main  3169 


50  Provencher  Avenue,  St.  Boniface 


Syeinn,  Sigfus,  Ingie  and  Bennie  Brynjolfsson 


S.  Brynjolfsson  &  Co. 

GENERAL  CONTRACTORS 

REINFORCED  CONCRETE  CONSTRUCTION 


Phone  Main  2211 


506  Builders’  Exchange 


W.  J.  Davidson 
House  Phone 
Sher.  1153 


Charles  Blake 
Superintendent 


W.  J.  Davidson 

GENERAL  CONTRACTOR  AND  ENGINEER 
Reinforced  Concrete  and  Heavy  Masonry 


Phone  Main  6092 


515  Builders’  Exchange 


CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS 


235 


E.  E.  Wire,  President  J.  Ambrose  Smith,  Secretary-Treasurer 


The  Smith  Construction 

Company,  Limited 


Houses  for  Sale  in  all  parts  of  the  city  on  easy  terms 
Houses  and  Farms  to  exchange  for  City  Property 


Estimates  Given  for  Construction  Work  of  any  Description 


Phones  Main  1200  and  2807 

217  Kennedy  Building,  Portage  Ave. 


236 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


E.  G.  Henderson 


Wm.  H.  Snyder 


Henderson  &  Snyder 

CONTRACTORS  AND  DRILLERS  OF 

OIL,  GAS  AND  ARTESIAN  WELLS 


Phone  Garry  5253  406  Ashdown  Building-,  211  Bannatyne  Avenue 


Wells  Drilled  from  4in.  to  12in.  any  depth  Pump  Repairing-  promptly  attended  to 


Morgan-Richardson  Well  Drillers 

Limited 


925  Ashburn  Street 


Office  Phone  :  Main  1535  Res.  Phone  :  Sher.  3462 


J.  C.  Wilson 

TINSM  ITH 

SHEET  METAL  WORKER 


Furnace  Work 

a  Specialty  155  Lombard  Street 


Canada  Mosaic  Floors 
Magma-Asbestos  Floors 
Canada  Mastic  Floors 


Asphalt  Waterproofing 
Asphalt  Roofing 


Canada  Floors  Limited 

ENGINEERS,  CONTRACTORS  AND  MANUFACTURERS 

Canada’s  Best  Flooring  is  Fireproof,  Sanitary,  Dustless,  Light,  Attractive  and  Durable 
Suitable  for  Schools,  Churches,  Hospitals,  Offices.  Bathrooms,  Halls 
Public  and  Private  Institutions  Manufactured  in  Winnipeg 


For  further  information  and  specifications,  call  or  write  to 

Winnipeg  Branch:  417  Grain  Exchange  Building 


Phone  Main  4636 


CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS 


237 


Residence:  818  Mulvey  Avenue  Residence  Phone  :  Ft.  Rouge  8314 

Robert  J.  McDonald 

Plasterer  and 
Contractor 


JOBBING  PROMPTLY  ATTENDED  TO 

Estimates  Furnished 


MaVrT  2683  514  Builders’  Exchange 


W.  McCARTNEY,  Secretary-Treasurer 
Residence  Phone  Slier.  2325 


A.  HUDDLESTONE,  President 
Residence  Phone  St.  John  534 


Western  Plastering  Company 

PLAIN  AND  ORNAMENTAL  PLASTERING 

If  it's  Plastering  we  can  do  it 


Phone  Main  7751 


313  Confederation  Life  Building- 


P.  SMITH,  849  Westminster  Avenue 
Phone  Sher.  1842 


G.  H.  KIRKPATRICK,  328  Langside  Street 
Phone  Sher.  999 


Smith  &  Kirkpatrick 

CONTRACTORS,  BUILDERS.  AND  GENERAL  MILL  WORK 

Manufacturers,  Exterior  and  Interior,  Wood  Finish,  Sash,  Doors  and  Blinds 
Store  and  Office  Fittings,  Wood  Specialties,  Etc. 


Office  : 

625  Broadway,  Suite  C,  “Martello  Block” 

PHONE  SHER.  586 


Factory  and  Yards  : 

Erin  and  Livinia  Streets 

PHONE  SHER.  1915 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


2  US 


SIGN  PAINTING  ESTIMATES  FURNISHED 


F.  Baxter 

THE  DECORATOR 

HOUSE  PAINTING,  PAPER  HANGING  AND  KALSOMINING 


Phone  Ft.  Rouge  72 


447  Stradbrooke,  Fort  Rouge 


SIGNS 


James  H.  Baxter 

SIGN  WRITER 
SCENERY  PAINTING  A  SPECIALTY 


Phone  Main  2124 


244  Tache  Avenue,  Norwood 


KALSOMINING 


PAPERHANGING 


Thomas  Lyons 

PAINTER  AND  DECORATOR 

INTERIOR  DECORATIONS  A  SPECIALTY 


Phones  Garry  2328-2251 

647  Elgin  Avenue 

JAMES  W.  MORLEY, 

LEONARD  B.  MORLEY 

FREDERICK  J.  MORLEY 

EVERYTHING  IN  CONNECTION  WITH  HOUSE  DECORATING 

J.  W.  Morley  &  Sons 

PAINTERS  AND  DECORATING  CONTRACTORS 
INSIDE  WALL  DECORATIONS.  KALSOMINING  AND  GLAZING 


Phone  Main  2950 
Phone  Garry  3324 


Office  515  Builders  Exchange 
Shop  624  Sherbrook  Street 


CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS 


239 


Designers 

Craftsmen  and  Decorators 

The  highest  Artistic  Standard  of  Quality  maintained 
in  all  our  Furniture,  Tapestries,  Carpets,  Rugs, 

Lace  Curtains,  Wall  Papers,  Etc. 

Designs  and  Estimates  Submitted  Exclusive  Designs 

111  Osborne  Street  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  144 


H.  G.  Richards  &  Co. 

Painting  Paperhanging  Decorating 

Fine  Wall  Papers 

We  have  a  large  variety  of  latest  designs 
in  English  Washable,  French,  American 
and  Canadian  Papers. 

Interior  Decorating  a  Specialty 


Shelf 749  562  Portage  Avenue 


240 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  W.  WRIGHT,  Proprietor 


ESTIMATES  FURNISHED 


The  Jubilee  Metal  Cornice  Works 


Manufacturer  and  Owner  of 

Wright’s  Patent  Galvanized  Steel 
Farmer’s  Granary 


Sanitary  Plumbing,  Heating 
and  Ventilating  Engineers 


Eavestroughing,  Copper  and  Galvanized  Iron 
Tin  Roofing,  Tar  Roofing,  Lead  Burning, 
Fire  Proof  Windows,  Skylights,  Cornices, 
Metal  Ceilings  and  Metal  Sidings 


Phone  Garry  2687  7  01  Wellington  Avenue 


H.  E.  Cheney  &  Sons 

PRACTICAL  TINSMITHS 

HOT  AIR  HEATING  A  SPECIALTY 


Phone  Sherbrooke  2221 


Cor.  Victor  and  Portage  Avenue 


Residence:  7G1  Banna  tvne  Avenue 


Residence  Phone:  Garry  899 


Gisli  Goodman 

HOT  AIR  HEATING,  METAL  CEILINGS  AND  ROOFINGS 
TINSMITHING,  FURNACES 


Phone  Garry  2988 


786  Toronto  Street 


CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS 


241 


JOSEPH  A.  CHARETTE  CHAS.  D.  KIRK 

President  and  General  Manager  Manager  of  Plumbing  and  Heating  Dept. 

The  Charette,  Kirk 

COMPANY,  LIMITED 

Steam,  Hot  Water  and  Hot  Air 
Heating,  Plumbing,  Gas  Fitting 

Contractors  Engineers 

/i>o0F\^b 

Ventilating,  Cornice  Work 

Skylight  and  all  kinds  of  Sheet  Metal  Work 

510  Desmeurons  Street,  St.  Boniface 

Phones  Main  7317-7318  P.O.  Box  199 


J.  A.  McTaggart  &  Company 

Railway  and  Contractors’  Supplies 

Heating  and  Ventilating  Engineers 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

CANADIAN  ACME  AIR  WASHERS 


Exclusive  Western  Canadian  Agents  for 


B.  F.  Sturtevant  Co.  of  Canada 
Ventilating  Apparatus 
James  B.  Clow  &  Sons 

High-Grade  Plumbing  Fixtures 

Whiting  Foundry  Equipment  Co. 
Cranes  and  Foundry  Equipment 

Waterloo  Cement  Machinery  Corp. 
Concrete  Mixers 


Canadian  Kellogg  Co.,  Limited 

Radial  Brick  and  Concrete  Chimneys 
High  Pressure  Power  Plant  Piping 

Thomas  &  Smith 

‘‘Economy”  Pumping  Machinery 
Bilge  and  House  Pumps,  Etc. 

T.  F.  Stroud  &  Co. 

Graders  and  Dump  Wagons 


Telephone  Garry  858 

405  Travellers  Building 


242 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Thomas  Cotter,  President 


Richard  Cotter,  Vice-President 


Cotter  Bros.,  Limited 

SANITARY  PLUMBING 

AUTOMATIC  SPRINKLER  SYSTEMS  GAS  FITTINGS,  STEAM  AND 
HOT  WATER  HEATING 


Telephone  Main  520 


207  Fort  Street 


C.  E.  Gate 
H.  Gate 


A.  Gate  William  Gate 

Walter  Gate  T.  Gate 


The  Charles  Gate  &  Sons  Co.,  Limited 

PLUMBERS 

STEAM  AND  HOT  WATER  ENGINEERS 

Estimates  Submitted  Plans  and  Specifications  Furnished 


Telephone  Sherbrooke  3709 


Cor.  Portage  Ave.  and  Maryland 


JAS.  MACKIE 
President  and  Manager 


G.  BUR  WASH 
Secretary-Treasurer 


James  Mackie  Company,  Limited 

PLUMBING,  STEAM  AND  HOT  WATER  HEATING 
ESTIMATES  GIVEN 


Phone  Sherbrooke  792  357  Langside  Street,  4  Doors  North  of  Portage 


JOBBING  REPAIRS  PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED  TO 


IMMEDIATE  ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO 
COUNTRY  ORDERS 


Mainer  Brothers 

Steam  and  Hot  Water  Heating,  Plumbing,  Ventilation, 
Hot  Air  Furnaces,  Galvanized  Iron  and  All  Kinds  of 
Sheet  Metal  Work 


Phone  Sherbrooke  1390 


171  Sherbrook  Street 


CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS 


243 


JOSEPH  TURNER 

President 


GEORGE  CLARK 

Secretary-T  reasurer 


Standard 


Plumbing  and  Heating 

Company,  Limited 


Heating  and  Ventilating 
Engineers 

Steam  and  Hot  Water  Heating 
Sanitary  Plumbers 


Estimates  Furnished  on  Application 


PHONE  MAIN  529 

296  Fort  Street 

Branch:  46  Provencher  Ave.,  St.  Boniface 
Phone  Main  8132 


The  C.  C.  Young  Co. 

Limited 

Charles  C.  Young,  President  and  Managing  Director 
Christie  Boag,  Vice-President 
Alfred  E.  Bowyer,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Plumbing  and  Heating 
Contractors 

Ventilating  Engineers 


Phone  Garry  2142 

45  Olivia  Street,  near  McDermot  Ave. 


244 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


REPAIR  WORK  A  SPECIALTY 


ESTIMATES  SUBMITTED 


D.  Seebach  &,  Co. 

(Successors  to  J.  POWERS) 

PLUMBING  AND  GAS  FITTING 

Steam  and  Hot  Water  Heating 
Tinsmithing  and  Sheet  Metal  Work 

Phone  Main  5833  276  Smith  Street 


D.  J.  Wallace 

PLUM  BING 
H  EATING 
TINSMITHING 


Office  Phone  Sher.  1820 

Res.  Phone  Sher.  1887  291  Huntleigh  Street 


COPPERSMITHING  AND  ALL  KINDS  OF  REPAIRS 


M.  COLLERMAN,  Manager 


Western  Plumbing  Co. 

PLUM  BERS 
STEAM  HEATING 


Phone  St.  John  1740  rc  •  \ 

After  6  p.m.  St.  John  1866  222  L) UliGlTn  Av6nil6 


W.  F.  BOLAND 

Res.  Phone  Garry  3326 


J.  R.  BOLAND 

Res.  Phone  Garry  4486 


Boland  Bros. 

GENERAL  CONTRACTING  and  HOUSE  MOVING 

PILE  DRIVING,  SAFE  AND  MACHINERY  MOVING 

Satisfaction  Guaranteed  Smoke  Stack  Razing  Second-Hand  Houses  Bought  and  Sold 


Phone  Garry  3052 


923  Winnipeg  Ave. 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Automobiles 
Garages  and 
Supplies 


Page 

Auto  Tire  &  Vulcanizing  Co .  252 

Cadillac  Motor  Sales  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  .  250 

Canadian  Motor  Co,  Ltd  .  251 

Ford  Motor  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd.  .  .  250 

Ford  Specialty  Co .  272- 

Hagarty,  P.  C.,  &  Co .  253 

Joseph  Maw  &  Co,  Ltd  .  251 

Kennedy,  J.  H.  M.  &  Co .  272 

Lewis  Carriage  Works.  Ltd .  24  6 

Lion’s  Auto  Garage  .  248 

Manitoba  Electric  Motor  Car  Co.  .  .  254 

McLaughlin  Carriage  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  .  247 

Palace  Garage  &  Supply  Co .  249 

Plew-s  Automobile  Co .  250 

Triple  Tread  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd.  of  Can.  253 

Winnipeg  Garage,  Ltd . 248 

Winnipeg  Taxicab  Co.,  Ltd .  250 


246 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


EDWARD  LEWIS 

President 


ROLPH  D.  LEWIS 

Secretary-Treasurer 


LewisCarriageWorks 

Limited 


Carriage,  Waggon  and  Sleigh  Manufacturers 

Automobile  Woodwork 
Body  Builders 

Roadster  Taxicab 

Touring  Limousine 

Commercial  Truck  Bodies 
Wheels  and  Springs 


Painting  Repairing 


Phone  Sher.  2580  P.  O.  Box  1083 


Office  and  Works: 

Portage  Avenue  West,  City  Limits 


AUTOMOBILES,  GARAGES  AND  SUPPLIES 


247 


McLaughlin  Carriage  Co. 

LIMITED 

Factory:  Oshawa,  Ont. 

Branches  and  Depots:  Regina,  Saskatoon,  Calgary,  Vancouver 


1914  “pjerce  Arrow” 1914 


America’s  Highest  Grade  Six-Cylinder 
Automobile  in  36,  48  and  66  horse-powers 

36  H.P. — Three-passenger  runabout,  four-passenger  touring  car,  five- 
passenger  touring  car,  five-passenger  brougham,  five-passenger  landaulet. 

48  and  66  H.P. — Three-passenger  runabout,  four-passenger  touring 
car,  five-passenger  touring  car,  seven-passenger  touring  car,  five- 
passenger  brougham,  five-passenger  landaulet,  seven-passenger  sub¬ 
urban,  seven-passenger  landau,  and  seven-passenger  vestibule  suburban. 

Representatives  will  have  pleasure  in  waiting  on  you  with  full  details 
CATALOGS  ON  REQUEST 


Richard  McKenzie,  General  Manager 


Phone!  Garry  830  Private  Exchange 

Showrooms:  204  to  212  Princess 

Garage!  275  to  277  Maryland  Street 


The  Pullman  Car  of  the  Automobile  World 


Street 


248 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Lion’s  Auto  Garage 

Commercial  and  Pleasure  Cars 

Storage,  Accessories  and  Repairs 


Best  attention  given  to  all  makes  of  cars 


230  Fort  Street  Phone  Main  2568 


Winnipeg  Garage,  Limited 

AUTOMOBILE  DISTRIBUTORS  FOR 

The  Lozier  Maxwell 

4  and  6  Cylinder  4  and  6  Cylinder 

American  Underslung 

4  and  6  Cylinder 


SOLE  MANUFACTURERS  OF  THE  FAMOUS 

McCulloch  Tube  Skates 

The  Best  in  the  World 


Phones  Main  4654  and  2764 

263  Edmonton  Street 


AUTOMOBILES,  GARAGES  AND  SUPPLIES 


249 


UNEQUALLED  REPAIR 
DEPARTMENT 


FULL  LINE  OF  SUPPLIES 
AND  ACCESSORIES 

ENTIRELY  FIREPROOF 


WARM  IN  COLDEST  WEATHER 


Give  Us  a  Trial 


Palace  Garage  & 
Supply  Co. 

263-5  Smith  Street,  Winnipeg 

Phone  M.  2345 


Winnipeg’s 
Best  and 
Largest 
Garage 


250 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Ford  Motor  Company 

OF  CANADA,  LIMITED 


4-Cylinder,  20  h.p.  Tour¬ 
ing-  Car  - 

Runabout  -  -  - 

Fully  Equipped 


$690 

$650 


Phones  Main  3500-3501 
Exchange 


81-85  Water  St. 


Plews  Automobile  Company 

“  Reo” 

(First  Car  Across  Canada) 

Electric  Lighted  Electric  Self-started 

Centre  Control  Fully  Equipped 

30-35  H.P.  -  $1650 

326-330  William  Avenue  Phone  Garry  81 7 

Winnipeg  Taxicab  Co.,  Ltd. 

Taxicabs 

AND  TOURING  CARS  FOR  HIRE 
Prompt  Service  Day  and  Night  City  and  Suburban  Trips 

Phone  Main  6769  and  all  Principal  Hotels  158  Fort  Street 


AUTOMOBILES,  GARAGES  AND  SUPPLIES 


251 


The 

Canadian  Motor  Company 

Limited 

Head  Office:  City  Garage,  Portage  Avenue  East 

Phone  Main  2281 


Distributing  Agents  for 

Detroit  Electrics,  Pleasure  Vehicle  and  Trucks 
Wolseley,  Chandler,  Federal  Trucks 


Garages 

Detroit  Electric  Service  Station,  Carlton  Street 

Phone  Main  4337 

City  Garage,  Portage  Avenue  East  Ft.  Rouge  Garage,  Corydon  Ave. 

Phone  Main  2281  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  2243 


Joseph  Maw  &  Co.,  Ltd. 

DEALERS  IN  HIGH-GRADE 

Automobiles  and 
Commercial  Trucks 

AUTOMOBILE  ACCESSORIES,  SUPPLIES 
REPAIRING  AND  ELECTRIC  CHARGING 


Phones  Garry  3140-3141 

(EXCHANGE) 

112-118  King  Street 


252 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


REPUBLICATREAD 
s  taggaRd  Mm  TIRES 


INSIST  ON  HAVING 
YOUR  NEW  CAR 
EQUIPPED  WITH  THEM 


SAFETY 

SERVICE 

ECONOMY 


The  six  rows  of  heavy  robber  studs  are  arranged  in  such  a  way 
that  they  exert  a  positive  resistance  to  side  pressure  from  any 
direction  at  angles  with  the  straight  course  and  make  skidding  or 
slipping  practically  impossible. 

The  extra  thickness  of  the  studs  gives  Republic  Staggard  Tread 
Tires  a  riding  surface  equal  to  two  ordinary  smooth  tread  tires — • 
meaning  twice  the  service. 

AUTO  TIRE  &  VULCANIZING  CO.  266  HARGRAVE  ST  Phone  Main  359 


J.  H.  M.  Kennedy  &  Co. 

Distributors  of 

“Firestone”  Tires 

And  Jobbers  of 

Auto  Supplies 

235  Fort  Street  Phone  Main  9452 


Ford  Specialty  Company 

(W.  N.  Macneil) 

Nickel  Plating,  Seat  Covers,  Demountable  Wheels,  Self  Starters,  etc.,  etc. 
Everything  for  Your  Ford 


Excelsior  Rubber  &  Supply  Co.,  Limited 

AUTOMOBILE  TIRES,  ACCESSORIES, 

MECHANICAL  RUBBER  GOODS,  ETC. 

Phone  Main  3796.  Res.  Phone:  Sher.  2765.  75  Water  Street 


AUTOMOBILES.  GARAGES  AND  SUPPLIES 


253 


P.  C.  Hagarty  &  Co. 

Importers  and  Jobbers 

Automobile  Accessories,  Automobile  Tires 
Repaired 


Distributors  for 

MICHEL1N  &  CO 

CLERMONT-FERRAND 
FRANCE 

281  Donald  Street  Phone  Main  3306 

Cable  Address  :  “  Hagarty,  Winnipeg  "  After  6  p.m.,  Ft.  Rouge  511 


Triple  Tread  Mfg.  Co. 

Limited,  of  Canada 

E.  H.  WILKINSON  -  MANAGING  DIRECTOR 
Manufacturers  of 

Steel  Studded  Leather  Automobile  Tires 

Dealers  in 

Automobile  Accessories 

Agents  for 

John  C.  Fuller  &.  Son,  Ltd.,  London,  England 

“Fuller’s  Patent  Block”  Storage  Battery  for  motorcars  and  motorboats 
lighting'  and  ignition,  house  lighting,  etc. 

Spencer  Moulton  Rubber  Tires — British  Made 
Herroline — The  Gasoline  and  Oil  Improver 

Office  and  Factory: 

City  Limits,  St.  James  Phone  Sher.  4323 

Retail  Store  : 

302  Hargrave  Street 


Phone — 

Main  1518 


254 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Interior  View — Front  Drive 
Model  “J4” 


Drive  Gear  and  Wheel 


Interior  View — Double  Drive 
Model  “  J4” 


Motor,  Propeller  Shaft,  Worm  Drive  and  Drive  Wheel 
F.  H.  Girdlestone  -  Manager 

Garage  and  Service  Station 

Manitoba  Electric  Motor  Car  Co.,  Ltd. 

Salesrooms  and  Office 

Assiniboine  Ave.  cor.  Fort  Street 


Phone  Main  2552 


Special  Advertising 
Department 


Miscellaneous 


Page 

Banfield,  J.  A .  268 

Baslaugh  &  Taylor  .  267 

Bryans,  J.  E .  262 

Caskie,  Donald  .  256 

Cleaners,  The  .  258 

Cleat  &  Co .  256 

Cornell  &  Reid  .  256 

Cross.  Goulding  &  Skinner,  Ltd.  .  .  261 

Dauphin  Land  Co..  Ltd .  265 

Doherty  Piano  Co.,  Ltd .  262 

Fairweat'hers .  256 

Fashion  Craft  .  257 

Fowler  Piano  Co .  264 

Freelands,  Limited  .  257 

Henderson  Directories,  Limited  ...  276 

Hudson’s  Bay  Co . 259 

Jones  Bros .  266 

Earn  Morris  Piano  &  Organ  Co., 


Lawrence  Feed  &  Fuel  Co .  265 

Lawrence  Feed.  Fuel  &  Transfer 

Co .  266 

Leslie’s  .  269 

Lindsay  Piano  Co .  262 

McColm,  T.  W .  265 

McIntyre,  Sons  &  Co .  260 

McKinley  Transfer  Co .  266 

McLean,  J.  J.  H.  &  Co.,  Ltd .  261 

Moodie-Sim.pson  Wardrobe  Co.  .  .  .  258 

Murray.  J.  &  Co .  265 

Peace  &  Co .  257 

Rainy  River  Navigation  Co .  266 

Ransom  Engraving  Co.  Ltd .  267 

Richard  Co.  (The),  Ltd .  257 

Rosen  &  Olson  .  258 

Rosery,  Florist  .  260 

Story  &  Story  . 258 

Tucker  Piano  &  Music  Co .  264 

United  Transfer  .  266 

Western  Mausoleum  Co.,  Ltd .  270 

Williams.  Mrs.  A .  260 

Williams  Marble  &  Terrazzo  Supply 

Co .  270 

Winnipeg  Piano  Co .  263 


J 


256 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Cash  paid  for  Raw  Furs  Importer  and  Exporter  of 

Foreign  and  Domestic  Furs 


Donald  Caskie 

WHOLESALE  MANUFACTURER  OF  FURS 
FURS  STORED  AND  RENOVATED 


Third  Floor,  Baker  Block 

Phone  Garry  4101  470  Main  Street 


Everything  in  Furs  Furs  Stored 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Furs  Repaired  and  Remodelled 

Dealers  in  Raw  Furs 


LADIES' 

SUITS 

COATS 

DRESSES 

CORSETS 

BLOUSES 

GLOVES 

HOSIERY 


“it  pays  to  pay  for  quality’’ 


Ready-to- Wear  and  Furs 


FAIRWEATHER  &  COMPANY,  LIMITED 


LADIES' 

AND 

MEN’S 

FURS 

RUGS 

ROBES 

MILLINERY 


Phones  Main  5 136-5 137-5 138 


297-299  Portage  Avenue 


Arthur  Corneil 


W.  E.  Reid 


Cornell  &  Reid 

HABERDASHERS 

THE  SHOP  OF  SATISFACTION 

Art  Clothes  to  order  or  ready-to-wear.  Hat 
Specialists.  High  class  Neckwear  and  Shirts 


247  Portage  Avenue 

Opp.  tjie  Post  Office 


Phone  Main  2280 


MISCELLANEOUS 


257 


J.  A.  BELIVEAU,  Managing  Director 

We  Specialise 


In  Men’s  Furnishings  and  Clothing 
of  High  Class  Grade 


432  Main  Street 

Phone  Garry  1967 


367  Portage  Avenue 

Phone  Main  2074 


Frank  E.  Freeland,  Manager  Charles  R.  Freeland,  Secretary-Treasurer 
Suite  6,  256  Edmonton  Helmsdale  Ave.,  Kildonan  E. 

Phone  Main  743  Phone  St.  John  924 


Franklin  Sherk,  Director 
Mandeville  Ave. 
Phone  Sher.  2691 


Freelands  Limited 

THE  ART  CLOTHES  SHOP 

HATTERS  AND  HABERDASHERS  and  ART  CLOTHES  TO  ORDER 


Phone  Main  4140 


McIntyre  Block,  420  Main  Street 


HIGH-CLASS  HATS  AND  CAPS 

HABERDASHERY 


SEMI-READY 

TAILORING 


Phone  Main  5818 


271  Portage  Avenue 


258 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


W.  MORLEY  STORY  HAROLD  P.  STORY 

Story  &  Story 

The  House  of  HoBBERLiNy  Limited 

Tailors  to  the  Canadian  Gentleman 


PHONE  MAIN  1075 

Carlton  Block  -  -  350  Portage  Avenue 


Furs  Dressed,  Blended,  Dyed 
and  Cleaned 


Leipzig  Persian  Lamb  Dyeing 
Blue  Dyeing  on  Wolf 


Rosen  &  Olson 

FUR  DRESSERS  AND  DYERS 

BLACK  DYEING  A  SPECIALTY 


Phone  St.  John’s  1422  395  Anderson  Avenue 


Clifford  B.  Moodie  Richard  Simpson 


Moodie-Simpson  Wardrobe  Co. 

PRESSING  AND  CLEANING  PARLORS 


MONTHLY  OR  PUNCH  CARD  SYSTEMS  IF  DESIRED 
SUIT  CASE  SUPPLIED  TO  ALL  OUR  MONTHLY 
CUSTOMERS 


Phone  Sher.  4452 


610  Portage  Avenue 


SEND  YOUR  CLOTHES  TO 

***?«*■+* 

Efficient  _  Personal 

Service  0  0  0  M  Supervision 

Phone  Ft.  Rouge  ZUuU  Jessie  &  John  Sts. 


All  Garments  Delivered  in 
Sanitary  Dnstproof  Bag’s 


MISCELLANEOUS 


259 


The  Hudson’s  Bay  Company 

Department  Stores 


THE  SEAL  OF  QUALITY 

The  seal  and  emblem  that  assures  you  absolute 
reliability  of  merchandise  and  fairness  of  price. 

Dependable  Merchandise 

Our  various  stocks  consist  of  everything-  that 
men,  women  and  children  wear,  and  most  all 
things  that  enter  into  the  affairs  of  every  day 
home  life. 

Nothing  but  what  is  thoroughly  reliable  has  a  place 
in  our  stores 

Lowest  Prices  Consistent  with  Quality 

Illustrated  Catalogue  issued  twice  a  year — Fall  and  Spring 
— Sent  to  every  home  in  Western  Canada  on  request. 


Herbert  E.  Burbidge,  Stores  Commissioner 
William  E.  Ada,  General  Manager 


Phone  Main  3121 

Private  Exchange  Connecting  All  Departments 

Main  Street,  cor.  York  Avenue 


260 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Mrs.  A.  Williams 

Caterer 

WEDDING  BREAKFASTS  LUNCHEONS 
PICNIC  PARTIES  AFTERNOON  TEAS 


All  Orders  Receive  Best  Attention 


301  Carlton  St.,  Phone  Main  120 


The  Rosery  Florist 

High-Class  Cut  Flowers 

Flowering;  Plants,  Palms,  Ferns,  Etc.  Jardinieres,  Vases,  Hampers 

Artistic  Wedding  Bouquets  and  Funeral  Designs 
Our  Specialty 

Night  and  Sunday  Calls — Phone  Sherbrooke  2667 

Phone  Main  194  -  289  Donald  Street 


Selling  agents  for :  Montreal  Winnipeg 

John  Shields  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Linens  A.  D.  MacDonald,  Manager 

Viyella  Flannels 
Corona  Brand  Underwear 
Crown  Brand  Fabric  Gloves  and  Hosiery 
Trefousse  &  Rouillon  Kid  Gloves 
Kirby  Beard  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Smallwares 


McIntyre,  Son  &  Co.,  Ltd. 

WHOLESALE  IMPORTERS  OF  DRY  GOODS 


Phone  Main  3191 


47  Rorie  Street  cor.  McDermot  Avenue 


MISCELLANEOUS 


261 


JOSEPH  W.  KELLY 
President 


JOSEPH  REDMOND 
Vice-President 


WALDON  J.  ROSS 
Sec. -Treasurer 


Have  Your 
Opera 
at  Home 

with 

The  New  Scale  Williams  Player  Piano 

The  Most  Copied  Piano  in  Canada 

Cross,  Goulding  &  Skinner,  Ltd.  323  Portage  Ave. 


Winnipeg’s  Greatest  Music 
House 

A  Model  Music  House  in  Facilities 
and  Methods 


Heintzman  &  Co. 
Pianos  and 
Player  Pianos 

“The  Best  by  Test” 

You  will  remember  the  good 
quality  long  after  the  price  is 
forgotten 

Victor  Victrolas  and  Victor  Records 


Portage  Ave.  cor.  Hargrave  Phones  Main  808-9 

18 


262 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Piano  Question  Solved— Buy  a  “Doherty” 

The  Piano  “She”  Wants 


The  Doherty  Piano  Co.,  Limited 

Factory  and  Head  Office:  Clinton,  Ont. 

Western  Branches: 

324  Donald  Street,  Winnipeg  606  First  Street  West,  Calgary 

Karn-Morris  Pianos  and  Organs 

ALWAYS  GIVE  SATISFACTION  IN 

Action  Touch  Tone 

PREMIER  QUALITY 

Karn-Morris  Piano  and  Organ  Co.,  Ltd. 

Phone  Main  862  337  Portage  Avenue 


Gerhard  Heintzman 
Pianos 


Steele  Block  -  360  Portage  Avenue 


J.  E.  Bryans 

Sewing  Machines,  Pianos,  Phonographs  and  Gramophones 


Repairs.  Gramophone  Repairs  and  Parts 
Sewing  Machine  Repairs  and  Parts 
Agent  Malleable  Steel  Ranges  and  Singer  Sewing  Machines 


Phone  Garry  821 


531  Sargent  Avenue 


MISCELLANEOUS 


263 


Winnipeg  Piano  Co. 

Sole  Agents 


Chickering,  Gourlay  and  Knabe 
Angelus  Player  Pianos 

and 

Chickering,  Gourlay,  Haines, 
Bell  and  Sherlock  Manning 
Pianos 

Prices  Pianos:  $275,  $300,  $350,  $400,  $450,  $500,  $550 
Terms:  $8  and  $10  Monthly 

Prices  Player  Pianos:  Gourlay  Angelus,  $850and  $950 
Other  makes  at  $550,  $650  and  $750 


Sole  Agents  ! 

Columbia  Graphophones 
and  Records 


Graphophones 


B.  Z.  Bijou  . $  20.00 

Eclipse,  Oak .  26.00 

Eclipse,  Mahogany .  32.50 

B.  N.  Champion .  35.00 

B.  N.  W.  Royal . .  45.00 

B.  N.  W.  M.  Premier .  60.00 


Table  Models 


Princess . $  78.00 

Regent  Baby. . . 130.00 

Regent  Junior .  195.00 

Colonial .  .  195.00 

Regent .  250.00 


Grafonolas 


Favorite  .  .  .  , 

Regal . 

Mignonette  . 
Nonpareil  .  . 
De  Luxe  . . . . 


$  65.00 
65  CO 
125.00 
180.00 
250.00 


Grand  Piano  Model 

Grand  . $650.00 


Sold  on  Easy  Monthly  Payments 
30,000  Records  in  Stock 
Send  for  Our  Latest  Catalogues 


Phones : 

Piano  Dept!  Main  2691  Graphophone  Dept!  Main  1002 

Manitoba  Hall,  295  Portage  Ave. 


64 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


Tucker  Piano  and 

Limited 


Music  Co. 


Nordheimer 

Warerooms 


PIANOS  TO  RENT 


PIANOS  TUNED 


Columbia  and 
Edison  Store 


MODERATE  CHARGES 


PIANOS  POLISHED 


Western  Representatives 

Steinway  &  Sons  The  Evans  Bros.  Piano  Co.,  Ltd. 

The  Nordheimer  Piano  Co.,  Ltd.  Dominion  Piano  and  Organ  Co.,  Ltd. 


Phone  Main  1459 

THE  ONLY  PIANO  STORE  ON  MAIN  STREET— OPP.  INDUSTRIAL  BUREAU 

286  Main  Street  South,  Corner  Graham  Avenue 


Harry  F.  Fowler,  President  Arthur.  F.  Wonderlick,  Secretary 

Fowler  Piano  Company 


Sole  Agents  for 

Knabe,  Willis,  Newcombe,  Sohmer, 
Fowler,  Blundall 

Pianos 

Prices  Pianos:  $265,  $285,  $300,  $350,  $400, 
$450,  $500 

Terms:  $8  and  $10  Monthly 
Player  Pianos  :  $550  to  $950 
Agents  Victor-Victrolas  and  Records 

Expert  Piano  Tuners 


290  EdmontoifSt.,  cor.  Portage  Ave. 

Phone  Main  3605 


MISCELLANEOUS 


265 


Dealers  in  Whips,  Robes,  Riding-  Saddles,  Blankets,  Horse  Clothing  and  all  Stable  and 
Harness  Room  Requisites,  also  Wagon  Covers  and  Tarpaulins. 

J.  Murray  &  Co. 

Manufacturers  of  Every  Description  of 

Harness 

For  Draft,  Driving,  Saddle  and. 
Farm  Florse 

Phone  Garry  2888 

180  Princess  Street 


FURNITURE  MOVING  BAGGAGE  AND  EXPRESS 

T.  W.  McColm 

DEALER  IN 

All  Kinds  of  Coal  and  Wood 

THREE  YARDS 

345  Portage  Ave.— Phone  Main  2579  Corner  Victor  and  Portage 

Coal  yard  793  Erin  Street  near  Portage  Avenue 

Mail  Address  :  Box  145,  King-  Edward  P.  O.,  Man. 


The  Lawrence  Feed  &  Fuel  Co. 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL 

COAL,  WOOD,  FLOUR,  FEED,  HAY,  ETC. 

BAGGAGE  AND  EXPRESS  PROMPT  DELIVERY 


Phone  Sherbrooke  654 


Corner  Portage  and  Kintyre,  St.  James 


Edward  Fearon,  President  and  Manaper  Roy  C.  Skene,  Vice-President 

J.  R.  Gray,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Dauphin  Land  Company,  Ltd. 

Real  Estate  and  Insurance 
Lots  Lands  Loans 

Owners  and  Developers 

Colonizers  of  Western  Canada  Lands  and  Town  Property 

PHONE  MAIN  8563 

Head  Office  -  404  Donalda  Block 

BRANCHES:  WILKIE,  SASK.;  DAUPHIN,  MAN.;  LONDON,  ENG. 


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SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


D.  F.  McKinley,  Proprietor 

The 

McKinley 
Transfer  Co. 

PIANO  MOVING  A 
SPECIALTY 

FURNITURE  and  BAGGAGE 

Office  Phones : 

Garry  2508-2560 

272  Alexander  Avenue 


The  United  Transfer 

JONES  BROS. 

Baggage  Transfer 
Express  and  Parcel  Delivery 


Wholesale  Delivery  a  Specialty 


stables :  630  Agnes  street  Phone  Garry  994  67  Adelaide  Street  Phone  Garry  1 059 


“Only  Trip  in  all  the  West” 

Through  the  Ten  t  housand  Islands  of 
Lake  of  the  Woods  and  Rainy  River 

For  Particulars  apply 

Rainy  River  Navigation  Co.,  Limited 

Kenora,  Ontario 

Or  A.  McKenzie,  Agent,  56-57  Merchants  Bank  Building  Phone  M.  4234 


'VTOUR  Advertisement  in  the  City 
Directory  is  before  the  public 
every  day  in  the  year. 


MISCELLANEOUS 


267 


A.  Bauslaugh  J-  Scott  Taylor 

Bauslaugh  &  Taylor 


SPECIALISTS  IN 

Portrait 

Photography 


Phone  Main  3482 


Gallery!  275  Portage  Ave. 


Edgar  J.  Ransom,  President  Charles  C.  Harman,  Secretary-Treasurer 

Ransom  Engraving  Co.  Ltd. 

Artists 

Commercial  Designers,  Photographers,  Photo- 
Engravers,  Electrotypers  and  Fine  Color  Printers. 

We  Specialize  on  Reproducing  and  Printing 
Articles  and  Designs  in  their  Original  Colors. 


12-16  Princess  Street  Phone(ls 3460 


268 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


J.  A.  Banfield 

WE  ARE  LEADERS  IN  THE  FURNITURE  TRADE 

A  Three  Room  Suite 

Furnished  Complete  for  $99 


Best  Quality;  Lowest  Prices;  Prompt  and  Courteous  Service 
Cash  or  Credit 

Country  Orders  Packed  and  Shipped  Free  of  Charge 


“Everything  for  the  Home” 

WE  CARRY 

Fu  rn  itu  re 

OF  ALL  DESCRIPTIONS 

Carpets,  Rugs,  Curtains,  Draperies,  Mats 
Matting,  Oilcloth  and  Linoleums 

Stoves  and  Ranges 

Gas  Heaters  and  Gas  Stoves,  Cooking  Utensils 

Bedding  and  Table  Linen 

Sheets,  Drapes  and  Fancy  Table  Covers 
Lace  Curtains 


Complete  House  Furnishers 

We  also  do  Repairs  in  Furniture  and  Upholstery 
Cash  or  Credit 

492  Main  Street 

Phone  Garry  1580 — Private  Exchange 
Warehouses:  108  Princess  Street  and  656-660  Young  Street 


MISCELLANEOUS 


269 


Leslie’s 

The  only  Store  in  Winnipeg-  specializing  in 

Fine  Furniture 


Exclusiveness  and  Individuality  in  Furniture  and  Decoration 
The  charm  of  an  exclusive  design,  whether  of  Furniture  or  Fabric,  not  only  adds  to 
the  artistic  value  of  the  work,  but  increases  the  pleasure  in  its  ownership 

Choice  Carpets,  Oriental  Rugs,  Irish  Hand-Made  Rugs,  Curtains, 
Draperies  and  Fine  Wall  Papers,  Choice  Selection  of  Reproduc¬ 
tions  of  Antique  Furniture 

We  Decorate  and  Furnish 

Homes  Correctly 

Furniture  Packed,  Shipped  or  Stored  in  finest  Fireproof  Warehouse 
in  Winnipeg.  Lowest  Insurance  Rates 


Phone  Main  150  Private  Exchange 

324-328  Main  Street 

Warehouse!  272-276  Assiniboine  Avenue 


270 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT 


This  company  is  one  of  a  circle  of  Mausoleum  companies  in  the  Dominion  ot  Canada  and  the 
United  States  engaged  in  the  erection  of  sanitary  and  beautiful  Community  Mausoleums 

Our  Mausoleums  comply  in  every  particular  with  the  strictest  public  health  laws,  and  are  endorsed 
by  Boards  of  Health,  scientists  and  professional  men.  We  have  in  our  office  copies  of  letters  and 
reports  from  scientific  experts  and  authorities  on  sanitation,  endorsing  the  Community  Mausoleum  idea  in 
the  strongest  possible  terms. 

The  Western  Mausoleum  Company,  Limited,  has  taken  over  the  full  rights  for  the  whole  of  Western 
Canada,  in  patents  which  cover  the  distinctive  features  of  construction  and  the  incomparable  system  of 
sanitation  employed  in  the  erection  and  equipment  of  modern  Community  Mausoleums. 

A  plan  has  been  adopted  whereby  each  Mausoleum  will  be  endowed  with  a  fund,  the  income  from  which 
will  amply  provide  for  the  upkeep  of  the  building  for  all  time.  This  endowment  will  be  placed  with  a  Trust  Com¬ 
pany  or  a  Trustee,  selected  by  the  purchasers  ot  the  compartments,  who  become  the  owners  of  the  building. 

It  is  the  purpose  of  this  Company  to  erect  Mausoleums  of  the  finest  modern  type  in  the  cities  and  towns 
of  Western  Canada  in  the  immediate  future.  These  buildings  are  the  most  permanent  known,  being  entirely 
ot  reinforced  concrete  with  exteriors  of  permanent  stone,  and  interiors  of  polished  marble.  Doors  and 
windows  are  of  solid  bronze. 

Telephone  Main  5058 

Office:  512  Boyd  Building,  Portage  Avenue 

DAVID  B.  HARKNESS,  Managing  Director  DUNBAR  H.  HUDSON.  Vice-President 


Williams  Marble  and  Terrazzo 

Supply  Company 

H.  D.  WILLIAMS  -  Manager 


Marble,  Tile  and  Terrazzo  Contractors 

TERRAZZO  FLOORING  BEDFORD  STONE 

PARQUETRY  FLOORS  MARBLE  AND  TILE 


Phone  M.  3994 


509  Boyd  Building 


SPECIAL  ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT. 


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Introductory 

The  publishers  present  herewith  the  Thirty-sixth  Annual  Edition  of  Henderson's 
Winnipeg-  City  Directory.  They  do  not  believe  that  the  work  could  be  made  more 
complete,  and  they  have  faithfully  endeavored  to  show  within  these  pages  the  constant 
growth  of  the  city  in  papulation  and  in  commercial  and  industrial  development. 

This  Edition  embraces  the  area  of  GREATER  WINNIPEG,  comprising  the  terri¬ 
tory  of  the  City  proper,  Elmwood,  St.  Boniface,  Norwood,  St.  Vital,  St.  James, 
Assiniboia,  Kildonan  and  other  environs. 

Special  attention  is  directed  to  the  Miscellaneous  Section  in  the  front  part  of  the 
volume.  This  has  been  compiled  from  various  records  and  statistics  issued  in  the 
city  and  province,  and  the  thanks  of  the  publishers  are  accorded  to  all  assisting  in 
this  work. 

The  Classified  Section  in  the  back  part  of  the  volume,  like  the  Miscellaneous,  is  so 
arranged  as  to  be  of  the  greatest  value  for  ready  reference.  The  information  in  both 
sections  is  comprehensive  and  pertains  to  everything  regarding  the  City  of  Winnipeg. 

The  Advertising  Section  presents  the  names  of  firms  and  individuals  who  are  making 
Winnipeg  the  great  city  that  it  is,  and  who  are  a  power  in  the  industrial  and  commercial 
world  of  Western  Canada. 

The  form  of  the  pages  is  much  the  same  as  last  year,  but  to  provide  for  the  steady 
increase  in  information,  and  to  prevent  the  book  from  becoming  unwieldy,  the  publishers 
have  substituted  a  smaller  face  of  type,  and  have  eliminated  all  advertisements  from 
the  columns  of  names.  This  directory,  although  containing  a  great  many  more  names 
than  the  directory  of  last  year,  is  actually  a  smaller  book.  Our  patrons  will  doubtless 
appreciate  these  features  which  have  enabled  the  book  to  be  presented  to  them  in  a 
much  more  convenient  form  for  reference. 

Instead  of  the  red  and  green  covers,  which  the  public  have  become  accustomed  to, 
the  directory  this  year  presents  a  slightly  different  appearance  :  the  cover  is  of  one 
piece  of  green  cloth.  This  has  been  done  to  improve  the  binding,  and  to  enable  the 
publishers  to  meet  the  demand  occasioned  by  subscribers,  for  early  copies  of  the  book. 

Population 

The  greatest  interest,  naturally,  is  always  aroused  regarding  the  population,  and 
its  increase  from  year  to  year.  The  directory  method  is  an  accepted  form  of  estimat¬ 
ing  the  population  of  a  city.  The  publishers  believe  they  have  settled  on  a  multiple, 
that  will  give  figures,  as  nearly  correct  as  it  is  possible  to  obtain  them  by  this  method. 
Henderson  Directories  bases  its  estimate  on  the  number  of  names  in  the  Winnipeg 
Directory,  using  the  multiple  2.75.  It  must  be  thoroughly  understood,  however,  that 
the  figures  deal  with  GREATER  WINNIPEG,  and  are  an  estimate  only.  They  are 
not  a  census. 

Population  of  Greater  Winnipeg,  276,177 

The  appended  Table  indicates  the  increase  in  the  population  of  Winnipeg  since 
the  first  issue  of  Henderson’s  Directory  in  1876  : — 


Year 

No.  of 

Names 

Estimated 

Population 

Increase 

Per  Cent. 

1876 

1,080 

4,050 

1880 

2,156 

7,847 

93.75 

1890 

8,334 

27,085 

245.16 

1900 

15,151 

50,503 

86.46 

1910 

60,232 

172,865 

242.28 

1911 

71,007 

204,145 

1912 

82,669 

227.339 

1913 

94,704 

260,436 

1914 

100,428 

276,177 

The  publishers  desire  to  thank  their  patrons  and  the  general  public  for  the  unfail¬ 
ing  courtesy  given  their  representatives,  and  also  to  say  that  they  appreciate  most 
thoroughly  the  confidence  and  satisfaction  which  the  business  men  of  Winnipeg  have 
always  shown  in  them  and  their  work. 

January  10,  1914  HENDERSON  DIRECTORIES,  LIMITED 


Index  to  Advertisers 


Page 

Acadia  Fire  Insurance  Co  .  58 

Ackland,  D.  &  Son,  Ltd . 157 

Acme  Glove  Works,  Ltd . 138 

Acme  Sample  Case  Co .  140 

Acme  Sash  &  Door  Co.,  Ltd . 22>6 

Adams  (D.  E.)  Coal  Co  Ltd  .... 

.  left  head  lines 

Ahier,  Walter  .  124 

Aikenhead-Clark  Hardware  Co.,  Ltd.  224 

Aikins  &  Pepler  .  right  head  lines 

Alaska  Bedding  Co.,  Ltd . 

.  right  side  lines 

Aldous  (Montague)  .  88 

Alexander,  J.  H .  223 

Allan,  Killam  &  McKay  . 

Front  edge  of  leaves  and  60  and  61 

Alloway  &  Champion,  Ltd .  21 

Alsip  Brick  Tile  &  Lumber  Co.,  Ltd. 

.  left  foot  lines  and  215 

American  Bank  Note  Co .  14 

Andrews  &  Son  .  234 

Archibald,  Geo.  PL  &  Co.  Ltd  _  199 

Argue,  Bros,  Ltd .  92 

Argue,  McLean  Ltd.  .  .  right  foot  lines 

Argue  Realty  Co .  94 

Armstrong,  S.  R .  94 

Armstrong  &  Hopkinson  .  42 

Aronovitch,  Ripstein  &  Leipsic  .... 

.  left  head  lines 

Atlas  Assurance  Co.,  Ltd .  56 

Auto  Tire  &  Vulcanizing  Co . 252 

Banfield,  J.  A .  268 

Bank  of  British  North  America  . .  11 

Bank  of  Hamilton  .  12 

Bank  of  Montreal  .  6  and  7 

Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  .  10 

Bank  of  Ottawa  .  13 

Banque  d’Hochelaga  .  12 

Barker  &  Co  .  222 

Bauslaugh  &  Taylor  .  267 

Baxter,  Frank  .  238 

Baxter,  James  H .  238 

Beaux  Arts,  Limited  .  239 

Benoit  &  Co .  234 

Berry  &  Bond  .  left  head  lines 

Berry  &  Carson  .  124 

Big  (4)  Four  Transfer  &  Storage 

Ltd .  left  head  lines 

Bingham  &  Drahonnet  .  86 

Birch,  James  .  left  foot  lines 

Birds  Hill  Sand  Co.,  Ltd . 216 

Birks,  Henry  &  Sons  right  foot  lines 
Bitulithic  &  Contracting,  Limited..  202 

Black,  Thomas  .  213 

Boland  Bros .  244 

Boyle  Realty  Co .  96 

Braid  &  McCurdy  .  211 

Brantford  Roofing  Co.,  Ltd . 225 

British-Canadian  Engineering  & 

Supply  Co.,  Ltd .  188 

British  Canadian  Securities,  Ltd.  .  .  103 
British  Northwestern  Fire  Ins.  Co.  82 

Brock  (Stanley)  Limited  .  151 

Brock  &  Muttlebury,  Ltd . 

.  left  head  lines 

Bromley  &  Hague  .  front  cover  and  141 

Brooke,  John  H  .  220 

Browne-Clarke  Agency  .  80 

Brown,  Edward  &  Co .  86 

Brown  &  Vallance  .  195 

Browne,  Angus  .  222 

Brunswick-Balke,  Collender  Co.,  of 

Canada,  Limited  . 162 

Bryans,  J.  E .  262 

Brydges  Engineering  &  Supply  Co., 

Ltd . 188 

Brydges  &  Waugh  .  68 


Page 

Brynjolfsson,  S.  &  Co .  234 

Buffet,  Claude  .  . .  .left  foot  lines  and  97 


Bulmer,  Reid  &  Curie 


95 


Burdick,  W.  L.  Co .  124 

Cadillac  Motor  Sales  Co.,  Ltd  ....  250 

Calder,  Alexander  &  Son  .  2 

Calgary  Brewing  &  Malting  Co., 

Ltd . lower  left  corner  cards 

Cameron,  A.  P.  &  Co .  100 

Cameron  William  N .  136 

Campbell’s  Art  Gallery  . .  left  foot  lines 

Campbell  'Bros.  &  Wilson  Ltd . 142 

Campbell  Heating  Co .  255 

Campbell  &  Schadek  .  89 

Canada  Floors,  Ltd .  236 

Canada  Life  Assurance  Company  .  .  36 

Canada  Loan  &  Realty  Co.,  Ltd. 

.  right  side  lines 

Canada  Metal  Company,  Ltd . 190 

Canada  National  Fire  Ins.  Co.  .  . 

.  right  foot  lines 

Canada  Paint  Co.,  Ltd . 158 

Canada  Permanent  Mortgage  Cor¬ 
poration  .  34 

Canadian- Allis-Chalmers  Ltd . 

.  184  and  185 

Canadian  (The)  British  Engineering 

Co.,  Ltd . 179 

Canadian  City  &  Town  Properties, 

Ltd .  99 

Canadian  Consolidated  Rubber  Co., 

Ltd .  153 

Canadian  Diebold  Safe  Co .  156 

Canadian  Domestic  Engineering  Co., 

Ltd .  196 

Canadian  Fairbanks  Morse  Co.,  Ltd.  183 
Canadian  General  Electric  Co., 

Ltd .  184  and  185 

Canadian  Johns-Manville  (The  H. 

W.)  Co.,  Ltd .  157 

251 
98 
225 
200 
256 


Canadian  (The)  Motor  Co.,  Ltd 
Canadian  Properties,  Ltd. 

Carey  (The)  Philip,  Company 
Carter-Halls-Aldinger  Co.,  Ltd. 

Oaskie,  Donald  . . 

Cathcart  &  Co  .  right  foot  lines 

Cattley  Canadian  Investment  Co., 

Ltd .  100 

Central  Detective  Service  of  Canada 

. (backbone  and  47 

Chalmers,  H.  A.  D . - .  1,24 

Chamberlin  Metal  Weather  Strip 

Co.,  Ltd .  224 

Charette-Kirk  Company,  Ltd . 241 

Cheney,  H.  E.  i&  Sons  .  240 

Christie,  W.  J.  &  Co . 69 

City  Rooming  &  Rental  Bureau  .  . 

.  left  head  lines 

Clark  Bros.  &  Co.,  Ltd .  165 

Clark  Bros.  &  Hughes  .  .  left  foot  lines 

Clark,  J.  D.  &  Co . 

.  inside  back  cover 

Clark  (J.  D.)  Billiard  Co . 163 

Clark-Leatherdale  Co.,  Ltd . 

.  left  foot  lines 

Clean  Towel  Supply  Co.  right  foot  lines 

Cleaners  (The)  .  258 

Cleat  &  Company  .  256 

Coast  Lumber  Yards,  Limited  .... 

.  left  side  lines  and  229 

Clements,  L.  R .  126 

Columbia  Press,  Ltd .  168 

Commercial  Loan  &  Trust  Co .  96 

Confederation  Life  Association  ...  51 

Consolidated  Plate  Glass  Co.  of 

Canada,  Ltd .  160 

Consolidated  Stationery  Co.,  Ltd.  ..165 


280 


Page 

Corneil  &  Reid  .  256 

Cotter  Bros.,  Ltd .  242 

Couture  &  Marion  .  221 

Cox,  Fred  J.  C.  &  Co .  210 

Crane  &  Ordway  Co . 

. front  cover  and  145 

Credit  Foncier  Franco  Canadien  . .  35 

Cross,  Goulding  &  Skinner  .  261 

Cross  &  Menzies  .  46 

Crotty,  T.  H.  &  Co .  102 

Cusson  Lumber  Co.,  Ltd .  230 

Czerwinski  Box  Co.,  Ltd.  (The)  .  . 

.  right  foot  lines 

Darling  Brothers,  Ltd .  199 

Dauphin  Land  Co.,  Ltd.  .  265 

Davidson  Electric  Co .  203 

Davidson,  W.  J .  234 

Davis  &  MoGreevy  .  .  .  right  head  lines 

Day,  Pettigrew  &  Martin  .  84 

Doherty  Piano  Co.,  Ltd .  262 

Dominion  Bank  .  15 

Dominion  Bridge  Co.,  Limited . 

.  right  head  lines 

Dominion  of  Canada  Guarantee  & 

Accident  Insurance  Co .  52 

Dominion  Equipment  &  Supply  Co.  180 
Dominion  Fire  Proofing  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  223 

Dominion  Glass  Co.,  Ltd .  148 

Dominion  Gypsum  Co.,  Ltd . 209 

Dominion  Investment  &  Security 

Co .  85 

Dominion  Lumber  &  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd.  230 

Dominion  Trust  Company  . 

.  back  cover  and  33 

Downing  &  Miller  .  126 

Drewry,  E.  L.,  Ltd.  front  cover  and  161 

Drummond  &  Nash  .  80 

Economy  Foundry  Co.,  Ltd .  178 

Edwards  Morgan  Co .  43 

Empire  'Sash  &  Door  Company,  Ltd. 

.  right  head  lines 

Endert.on,  C.  H.  &  Co.  .  .  right  head  lines 

Evans  Gold  Cure  Institute  . 

.  left  head  lines 

Excelsior  Rubber  &  Supply  Co.  Ltd.  252 

Fairweather  '&  Co.,  Ltd . 256 

Fashion  Craft  .  257 

Fetherstonhaugh  &  Co.  right  side  lines 

Finnie  &  Murray  .  134 

Fonseca  Roofing  &  Sheet  Metal  Co.  225 

Foot  Komfort  Mfg  Co .  136 

Fort  Garry  Construction  Co.,  Ltd.  .  198 

Ford  Motor  Company,  Ltd . 250 

Foster,  Frederick  K .  82 

Fowler  Piano  Co .  264 

Fox-Decent,  Thomas  . 

.  left  side  lines  and  101 

Frank,  William  .  102 

Freelands,  Limited  .  257 

Furnival,  Wm.  G . right  side  lines 


Galt  (The  John)  Engineering  Co., 


Gate,  Charles  &  Sons  Company 

Limited  .  242 

General  Engineering  Co . 181 

General  Supply  Company,  of  Can¬ 
ada,  Ltd .  182 

Germain  French  Bread  Co.,  Ltd.  ..1727 

Gilbert,  Fred  C .  46 

Goodman,  Gisli  .  240 

Goodwyn  &  Co .  119 

Gordon,  H.  F.  &  Co.,  Ltd  .  54 

Gordon,  Ironside  &  Fares  Co.,  Ltd.  144 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Co.  .  . 


Graham  (J.  C.)  Co.,  Ltd .  226 

Grandy,  G  B.  &  Co .  222 

Grant,  M.  R.,  Realty  Co .  104 

Grassie,  Wm .  105 

Great  West  Permanent  Loan  Co.  .  .  37 

Greenshields,  Ltd . ;  .  138 


Greenwood,  Sydney,  Building  Co., 

Ltd .  left  head  lines 

Guarantee  Co.  of  N.  A .  54 

Guilbault  Co.,  Ltd.  (The)  .  221 

Gutta  Percha  &  Rubber,  Ltd . 152 

Hackney  Tile  &  Supply  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  222 

Haffner,  John  . 126 

Hagerty,  P.  C.  &  Co .  253 

Haldorson,  Haldor  .  127 


Page 

Hamber,  Webster  &  Co .  91 

Hamilton,  W.  R.  &  Co .  104 

Hammond  &  Rodway  .  .  right  foot  lines 

Hancox  Land  &  Building  Co  .  126 

Hansson,  Skuli  &  Company  . 

.  back  cover  and  107 

Harris  &  Chisholm . left  foot  lines 

Havergal  College  . 1751 

Henderson-Blanchard  Realty  Co  . .  127 

Henderson  Bros . 169 

Henderson  Directories  .  276 

Henderson  &  Snyder  .  238 

Henderson,  W.  A.  &  Co .  42 

Heubach,  Finkelstein  &  Heubach  . .  109 

Hobbs  Manufacturing  Co.,  Ltd . 148 

Holland-Canada  Mortgage  Co .  36 

Holley  &  Baird  Realty  Co . 

.  right  head  lines 

Home  Bank  of  Canada  .  14 

Home  Investment  &  Savings  Asso¬ 
ciation  .  36 

Houston,  Jas . 1751 

H.  P.  Electric  .  189 

Hudson’s  Bay  Co . 

.  left  foot  lines  and  259 

Hudson’s  Bay  Co.  (Whol)  . 

.  1122  A.  B.  C.  Section 


Hudson,  Oscar  &  Co  .  42 

Hughes,  Owens  Co.,  Ltd . 194 

Imperial  Bank  of  Canada  .  16 

Imperial  Canadian  Trust  Co .  31 

Imperial  Development  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  106 
Imperial  Guarantee  &  Accident  In¬ 
surance  Company  of  Canada  .... 


Imperial  News  Co.,  Ltd . 164 

Inland  Mortgage  Corporation,  Lim¬ 
ited  . , .  87 

Irvine,  James  &  Co  ....  right  side  lines 
Israelite  Printing  &  Publishing  Co.  168 
Jubilee  Metal  Cornice  Works  ....  240 
Karn  Morris  Piano  &  Organ  Co., 


Kelly,  Thomas  &  Sons  .  203 

Kennedy,  J.  H.  M.  &  Co . 252 

Knight  Co.,  Ltd .  74 

Knight  &  Pumpelly  Ltd  .  74 

Laing,  George  S .  83 

Laing  &  Turner  .  43 

Lake  Winnipeg  Shipping  Co.,  Ltd.  217 
Lake  of  the  Woods  Milling  Co.,  Ltd.  143 

Lamontague,  Ltd .  140 

Lane,  C.  W.  O.  &  Co .  82 

Lawrence  Feed  &  Fuel  Co .  265 

Lawson,  Reginald  &  Co . 

.  ribbon  mark  and  72  and  73 

Lee,  William  F .  212 

Leonard,  E.  &  Sons  .  178 


“Leslies”  ....  right  head  lines  and  269 

Lewis  Carriage  Works,  Ltd . 

_ .  right  side  lines  and  246 


Liddle  Bros . left  foot  lines 

Lindsay  Piano  Co.,  Ltd . 262 

Lion’s  Auto  Garage  .  248 

Dondon  &  Lancashire  Fire  Insur¬ 
ance  Co.,  Ltd .  right  foot  lines 

Lord,  John  W .  83 

Love'll,  G.  J .  96 

Lozo,  Joseph  A .  156 

Lyall-Mitcheil  Co.,  Ltd .  201 

Lyons,  Thomas  .  238 

McArthur  (The  J.  D.)  Co.  Ltd.  ...  230 

McCallum,  Hill  &  Co .  Ill 

McOallum,  Peter  .  113 

McClary  Manufacturing  Co . 149 

McCormick  Glass  Co.,  Ltd . 148 

McColl  Bros  &  Co . 

.  left  foot  lines  and  159 

McColm,  Thomas  W .  265 

McCutcheon  Bros.,  Ltd .  108 

McDiarmid,  J.  &  Co .  200 

McDonald  (D.  A.)  Realty  Co . 127 

McDonald,  Robt.  J .  237 

MacGregor  (The  John)  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  108 
Machray,  Sharpe,  Dennistoun,  Locke 

&  Crawley  .  41 

Macintyre,  Alexander  L .  220 

McIntyre,  Son  &  Co.,  Ltd .  260 

McKenzie,  Alexander  .  266 

Mackie,  James  Co.,  Ltd .  242 


281 


Page 

McKinley  Transfer  Co .  266 

McLaughlin  Carriage  Co.,  Ltd . 247 

McLean,  J.  J.  H.  &  Co .  261 

McLeod,  Hawthorne  Co.,  Ltd . 140 

McMeans,  Miller  &  Co . 

.  bottom  edge  of  leaves  and  75 

MacMillan,  N.  T.  Co.,  Ltd .  87 

MacNab  &  Roberts,  Ltd . 135 

McNeill  &  Joseph  .  129 

McPhail  Realty  Co .  128 

McTaggart,  J.  A.  &  Co .  241 

Mainer  Bros .  242 

Mainer  Electric  Co .  179 

Manitoba  .Bridge  &  Iron  Works,  Ltd. 

.  174  and  175 

Manitoba  Electric  Motor  Car  Co., 

Ltd .  254 

Manitoba  Free  Press  Co .  172 

Manitoba  Gypsum  Co.,  Ltd . 209 

Manitoba  Pressed  Brick  Co.,  ’Ltd.  221 
Manitoba  Welding  &  Manufacturing 

Co .  176 

Marble  &  Tile  Co.  of  Canada .  219 

Marsden  &  Teeple  .  110 

Marwick,  Mitchell,  Peat  &  Co .  45 

Mason  &  Risch,  Ltd.  .  .  right  side  lines 
Matthews,  Wrightson  &  Co.  (Can¬ 
ada)  .  left  foot  lines  and  78 

Maurer  &  Wilde  .  89 

Maw,  Joseph  &  Co.,  Ltd .  251 

Maxwell,  R.  D.  &  Co .  120 

Meanwell  &  Co .  128 

Menzies  &  McIntyre,  Ltd .  218 

Menzies  &  Shantz  .  110 

Merchants  Bank  of  Canada .  17 

Merrick-Anderson  Co .  151 

Molsons  Bank  (The)  .  18 

Monarch  Life  Assurance  Co.  .  .  48 

Moodie-Simpson  Wardrobe  Co.  .  .  .  258 
Morgan-Richardson  Well  Drillers, 

Ltd .  236 

Morley,  J.  W.  &  iSons  .  238 

Morton,  John  J.  &  iSons  .  44 

Murray,  G.  W.  Co.,  Ltd .  228 

Murray,  J.  &  Co .  265 

Mussens,  Ltd .  right  foot  lines 

National  Construction  Co.,  Ltd.  .  203 
National  Drug  &  Chemical  Co.,  Ltd.  135 

National  Life  Assurance  Co .  90 

National  Realty  &  Investment  Co.  112 

National  Supply  Co.,  Ltd .  221 

National  Trust  Co.,  Ltd . 

.  front  cover  and  23 

Nerlich  &  Co .  139 

New  Canada  Investment  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  112 

Newton  &  Nicholson  .  48 

Nicolas,  F.  &  Co.  Ltd .  186 

Nicholson  &  Bain  .  142 

Nordal  &  Bjornson  . 1821 

Nordwesten  (Der)  Publishing  Co.  .  .  168 
North  American  Life  Assurance  Co.  52 
North  (The  V.C.)  Contracting  & 

Supply  Co .  224 

Northern  Assurance  Co.,  Ltd .  59 

Northern  Crown  Bank  .  19 

Northern  Electric  &  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd. 

.  left  side  lines 

Northern  Trusts  Co.  (The)  .  22 

Northwestern  Register  Co.,  Ltd.  .  . .  164 

Notre  Dame  Investment  Co .  81 

O’Brien,  Thomas  W .  128 

O’Neil,  C.  C.  &  Co . 186 

Oakes  Gray-Realty  Ltd .  115 

Oddson,  Th.  &  iSons  . 

.  side  line  front  cover  and  117 

Office  Specialty  Mfg  Co.,  Ltd . 

.  right  head  lines 

Oldfield,  Kirby  &  Gardner  ....  70  and  71 

Oliver  &  Manson  .  218 

Ontario  Wind  Engine  &  Pump  Co., 

Ltd .  189 

Original  Townsite  Co.  of  Canada, 

Ltd .  129 

Ormiston,  R.  B . left  foot  lines 

Osier,  Hammond  &  Nanton  . 

.  back  cover  and  62  and  63 

Palace  Garage  .  249 

Palmer,  J.  Fred  .  129 

Paterson  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd .  225 

Peace  &  Co.,  Ltd .  257 


Page 


I  Pease  Western  Foundry  Ltd . 146 

I  Pearson,  Wm.  Co.,  Ltd .  114 

j  Peer,  James  N .  129 

Pender,  Cooper,  Slasor  &  Co .  44 

Pennock,  H.  P.  &  Co.,  Ltd .  142 

Pepler,  J.  B.  &  Co.  .  .  right  head  lines 

Phillips  &  Glendinning  .  44 

Pickup  (Vernon)  &  Co .  44 

Pittsburgh  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.  right  side  lines 
Plaxton  (John)  Co.,  Ltd.  right  head  lines 

Plews  Automobile  Co .  250 

Porte  &  Markle,  Ltd  .  .  right  foot  lines 

Prairie  City  Oil  Co.,  Ltd .  160 

Pratt  &  Ross  .  195 

Prudential  Trust  Co.,  Ltd .  28 

Pucci  Bros.  &  Co..  Ltd . 1878 

Quebec  Bank  (The)  .  20 

Radford-Wright  Co.,  Ltd .  227 

Railway  Passengers  Assurance  Co.  57 
Rainy  River  Navigation  Co.,  Ltd.  226 

Ransom  Engraving  Co.,  Ltd . 267 

Rat  Portage  Lumber  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  231 

Red  River  Loan  &  Land  Co . 130 

Redmond  Co.,  Ltd.  (The)  .  138 

Republic  Tire  Agency  .  252 

Refrigeration  &  Engineering  Ltd.  181 

Residential  Building  Co.  Ltd . 121 

Richards,  H.  G.  &  Co .  239 

Richardson  &  Bishop,  Ltd . 

backbone  and  left  side  lines  and  167 

Robinson  &  Black  .  64  and  65 

Robinson  &  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  .  left  foot  lines 
Roehrig  &  Koenig  Mach.  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  188 

Rogers  Realty  Co .  122 

Rome  Cafe  . 1878 

Ronald  Griggs  &  Co .  45 

Rosen  &  Olson  .  258 

]  Rosery  (The)  .  260 

Ross,  D.  M.  &  Co .  130 

Ross,  P.  S.  &  Sons  .  46 

Ross-McMillan-Knight  Agency  ....  74 

j  Round,  John  &  Son,  Ltd . 1799 

i  Royal  Bank  of  Canada  .  18 

j  Royal  Canadian  Agencies,  Ltd.  .  . 


:  Royal  Canadian  Securities  Co.,  Ltd.  48 

!  Royal  Crown  Soaps,  Ltd.  .  .  .  142 

i  Royal  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd .  53 

|  Ryan  Agency  .  .  right  foot  lines  and  77 

i  Ryan  Bros .  144 

St.  Clair  Co.,  Ltd .  232 

Samwel,  IPeter  C .  206 

Sandy  Hook  Realty  Co.,  Ltd . 125 

Sanol  Manufacturing  Co .  136 

Schretlen  John  Importing  Co . 140 

Schumacher-Gray  Co.  Ltd . 186 

Scott.  Hill  &  Co . left  head  lines 

Scottish  Wholesale  Specialty  Co.  .  .  136 

Security  Land  Co . right  head  lines 

Security  Storage  &  Warehouse  Co. 

.  left  head  lines 

Seebach  D.  &  Co .  24  4 

Shaw,  E.  J.  &  Co .  130 

Sheet  Metal  Products  Co.,  of  Can¬ 
ada,  Ltd .  157 

Sherwin,  J.  W.  &  Co .  116 

Shipman  Electrical  Co .  189 

Shragge  (The  B.)  Iron  &  Metal  Co. 

Ltd .  left  side  lines 

Sigurdson,  S.  A.  &  Co . 

.  right  foot  lines  and  232 

Simpson,  Mitchell  &  Ewing  .  .  38  and  39 

Skinner,  W.  E.,  Ltd.  .  186 

Smart,  James,  Manufacturing  Co., 

Ltd .  150 

Smith  Construction  Co.,  Ltd . 235 

Smitli-Fess  Agency  .  90 

Smith  Agency  (The)  .  84 

Smith  &  Kirkpatrick  .  237 

Smith  &  'Saunders  .  right  foot  lines 

Smith  Visible  Typewriter  Co.,  Ltd.  .  166 
Sovereign  Life  Assurance  Co .  50 


Sprague  Lumber  Co.  Ltd.  left  side  lines 
Springfield-Winnipeg  Insurance  Ag¬ 


ency  .  59 

Stanbridge  Realty  Co .  131 

Standard  Bank  of  Canada  .  20 

Standard  Plumbing  &  Heating  Co.  243 

Standard  Trusts  Co .  24 

Stanley  Mineral  Springs  Co.,  Ltd...  170 


282 


Page 

Western  Canada  'Accident  &  Guar¬ 
antee  Ins.  Co .  56 

Western  Marble  &  Mosaic  Co.,  Ltd.  219 

Western  Mausoleum  Co.,  Ltd . 270 

Western  Paint  Co .  158 

Western  Plastering  Co .  237 

Western  Plumbing  'Co .  244 

Western  Properties  Ltd .  91 

Western  Steel  &  Iron  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  177 

Western  Stone  Co.,  Ltd .  218 

Western  Supply  &  Mfg.  Co . 224 

Western  Trust  Co .  29 

Whitehead,  T.  P .  132 

Whitlaw  &  McFadyen  .  91 

Wickson,  Walter  .  40 

Wiggins  Systems  .  168 

Williams,  Mrs.  Amanda  .  260 

Williams  Bros.  &  Co.,  Ltd . 132 

Williams  Marble  &  Terrazzo  Supply 

Co .  270 

Williams  &  Taylor  .  146 

Williamson  Realty  Co .  122 

Willson  Stationery  Co.,  Ltd . 166 

Wilson,  James  C .  236 

Windatt  &  Co .  left  head  lines 

Winnipeg  Brass  Fixtures  .  176 

Winnipeg  Ceiling  &  Roofing  Co.  . . 

.  left  head  lines 

Winnipeg  Foundry  Co.,  Ltd .  177 

Winnipeg  Garage,  Ltd .  248 

Winnipeg  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agen¬ 
cy,  Ltd .  84 

Winnipeg  Mercantile  Trust  Co.  .  .  . 

(The)  .  30 

Winnipeg  INews  Co .  164 

Winnipeg  Paint  &  Glass  Co.,  Ltd.  back 
cover,  right  head  lines  and  20-6  and  207 

Winnipeg  Piano  Co .  263 

Winnipeg  Safe  Works,  Ltd . 156 

Winnipeg  Sandstone  Brick  Co.,  Ltd.  217 


Page 


Sterling  &  Rankin  .  46 

Stevenson  &  Feilde  . . . .  116 

Stewart,  Fred  H.  &  Co.  . .  left  side  lines 

Stewart  &  Walker,  Dtd .  118 

Stiles  &  Humphries,  Ltd.  left  foot  lines 

Story  &  Story  .  258 

Stuart  Machinery  Co . 

.  right  head  lines  and  187 

Suckling  (John)  &  Co .  134 

Suffield-Pain  Investment  Corpn. 

Ltd .  106 

Sutherland  Construction  Co . 198 

Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Ltd .  144 

Taylor,  A.  T .  208 

Taylor,  Hilliard  .  120 

Taylor,  J.  &  J.,  Ltd .  156 

Tessler  Bros . left  foot  lines 

Thomson,  J.  Co .  right  side  lines 

Tilden,  Gurney  &  Co.,  Ltd .  147 

Toronto  General  Trusts  Corporation  25 

Tribune  Publishing  Co .  171 

Triple  Tread  Manufacturing  Co., 


Trussed  Concrete  Steel  Co.,  of  Can¬ 
ada,  Ltd . 199 

Trustee  Company  of  Winnipeg  .  .  32 

Tucker  Piano  &  Music  Co.,  Ltd.  .  .  264 

Turner  (J.P.)  &  Co .  76 

Union  Bank  of  Canada .  8  and  9 

Union  Overall  Co.,  Ltd .  137 

Union  Trust  Co.,  Ltd .  26  and  27 

United  Transfer  Co .  266 

Voorheis  &  Lewis  .  79 

Vulcan  Iron  Works,  Ltd .  3 

Waite-Fullerton  Co.,  Ltd .  210 

Walch  Land  Co .  118 

Walker  Theatre  . 

.  facing  inside  back  cover 

Walkers’  Ltd  .  208 

Wallace,  D.  J .  244 

Wallace  Sandstone  Quarries  Ltd...  216 

Walsh  &  Charles  .  208 

Wark,  David  &  Son  .  131 

Warszawski,  Edward  &  Co .  131 

Watson  (John)  Manufacturing  Co., 


Watson  (John  L.)  Land  Co . 114 

Watts,  E.  R.  &  Son  (Canada)  Ltd.  .  194 

Webb,  H.  A.  &  Co .  131 

West  Disinfecting  Co .  136 


Winnipeg  Steel  Granary  &  Culvert 

Co .  176 

Winnipeg  Supply  &  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd. 

.  right  head  lines  and  214 

Winnipeg  Taxicab  Co.,  Ltd . 250 

125 
226 
132 
243 


Wolfe  &  Co . 

Wood-Mosaic  Co . 

Wright-Thomas  &  Co.  . 
Young,  C.  C.  &  Co.,  Ltd. 


283 


Winnipeg  Miscellaneous 
Section 


Precis 


Part  I.— Civic  Administration 

Past  Mayors  of  Winnipeg,  Council  and  Committees,  Civic  Depart¬ 
ments  and  Officials,  Statistics  of  Expansion,  City  Police  Court, 
Fire  Department,  Cemeteries,  Waterworks,  Parks. 


Part  II.— Educational  Information 

Public  School  Board  Officials,  University  Governors  and  Faculty, 
Colleges,  Churches,  Religious  Societies,  Y.  M.C.A. ,  Y.W.C.A., 
Libraries  and  Museum. 


Part  III.  — District  Information 

Board  of  Trade,  Grain  Exchange,  Canadian  Industrial  Exhibition, 
Industrial  Bureau,  Real  Estate  Exchange,  Stock  Exchange, 
Trade  and  Social  Associations,  Political  and  Labor  Organ¬ 
izations,  Clubs,  Hospitals,  Homes,  etc.,  Secret  and  Benevolent 
Societies,  Personnel  of  the  Daily  Press. 


Part  IV.— Provincial  Government 

Members  of  the  Legislature,  Provincial  Departments  and  Officials, 
Courts  of  Justice  and  Judicial  District  Officials,  Manitoba  Grain 
and  Root  Crops. 


Part  V.— Dominion  Government 

Federal  Departments  and  Officials,  Consuls  and  Consular  Agents, 
Military  Information,  Dominion  Census. 


City  of  Winnipeg 


PART  I. 

Civic  Administration 


LIST  OF  MAYORS  OF  WINNIPEG 

1874  Francis  E.  Cornish,  Q.C. 

1875  William  N.  Kennedy 

1876  William  N.  Kennedy 

1877  Thomas  Scott 

1878  Thomas  Scott 

1879  Alexander  Logan 

1880  Alexander  Logan 

1881  Elias  G.  Conklin 

1882  Alexander  Logan 

1883  Alexander  McMicken 

1884  Alexander  Logan 

1885  Charles  Edward  Hamilton 

1886  Henry  S.  Wesbrook 

1887  Lyman  M.  Jones 

1888  Lyman  M.  Jones 

1889  Thomas  Ryan 

1890  Alfred  Pearson 

1891  Alfred  Pearson 

1892  Alexander  MacDonald 

1893  Thomas  W.  Taylor 

1894  Thomas  W.  Taylor 

1895  Thomas  Gilroy 

1896  Richard  W.  Jameson 

1897  William  F.  McCreary 

1898  Alfred  J.  Andrews 

1899  Alfred  J.  Andrews 

1900  Horace  Wilson 

1901  John  Arbuthnot 

1902  John  Arbuthnot 

1903  John  Arbuthnot 

1904  Thomas  iSharpe 

1905  Thomas  Sharpe 

1906  Thomas  Sharpe 

1907  James  H.  Ashdown 

1908  James  IH.  Ashdown 

1909  W.  Sanford  Evans 

1910  W.  Sanford  Evans 

1911  W.  Sanford  Evans 

1912  R.  D.  Waugh 

1913  Thomas  Russ  Deacon 

1914  Thomas  Russ  Deacon 

BOARD  OF  CONTROL,  1914 

Mayor  T.  R.  Deacon,  Chairman;  J.  W. 
Cockburn,  C.  Midwinter,  Dan.  McLean, 
Fred  J.  G.  McArthur,  M.  Peterson, 
Secretary 

MUNICIPAL  REPRESENTATIVES  1914 

Mayor:  T.  R.  Deacon 

Aldermen 

No*  .1 — 'Fort  Rouge,  south  of  Assiniboine 
River,  R.  -C.  Macdonald,  A.  L.  Bond. 
No.  2 — Extends  south  to  Assiniboine 
River,  north  to  Notre  Dame  Avenue, 
east  to  IRed  River  and  west  to  centre 
lane  between  Young  St.  and  Spence  St. 
Frank  O.  Fowler,  G.  R.  Crowe.. 

No.  3 — 'Extends  north  to  Notre  Dame 
Ave.,  south  to  Assiniboine  River,  east 
to  centre  lane  between  Young  St.  and 
Spence  St.,  and  west  to  City  Limits, 
H.  Gray  and  J.  J.  Wallace 
No.  4 — Extends  north  to  Point  Douglas 
Ave.,  south  to  Notre  Dame  Ave.,  east 
to  Red  River  and  west  to  City  Limits, 
F.  H.  Davidson  and  W  .  R.  Milton 


No.  5 — Extends  north  to  centre  line  Bur- 

.  .rows  Ave.,  south  to  Point  Douglas 
Ave.,  east  to  Red  River  and  west  to 
City  Limits,  A.  iSkaletar  and  R.  A. 
Riggr- 

No.  6 — Extends  north  to  City  Limits, 
south  to  centre  line  Burrows  Ave., 
east  to  Red  River  and  west  to  City 
Limits,  J.  G.  Munroe,  R.  J.  Shore. 

No.  7 — Elmwood  bounded  on  the  west 
by  Red  River,  on  the  north  by  the 
north  side  of  parish  lot  46,  St.  Boni¬ 
face,  on  the  east  by  Panet  Road,  on 
the  south  by  the  south  line  of  parish 
lot  71,  St.  Boniface,  W.  J.  Long  and 
A.  McLennan. 

STANDING  COMMITTEES 

Works  and  Property — Aid.  Shore  (chair¬ 
man),  Aids.  Bond,  Crowe,  Wallace, 
Milton,  Skaletar,  Long,  Controllers 
McLean,  Midwinter  and  McArthur. 

Fire,  Water,  Light  and  Power — Aid. 
Fowler  (chairman),  Aids.  Macdonald, 
Gray,  Davidson,  Rigg,  Munroe,  Mc¬ 
Lennan,  Controllers  Cockburn  and 
Midwinter. 

Health — Aid.  Munroe  (chairman),  Aids. 
Macdonald,  Crowe,  Wallace,  Milton, 
Rigg,  McLennan,  Controller  McLean. 

Market,  License  and  Relief — Aid.  David¬ 
son  (chairman),  Aids.  Bond,  Fowler, 
Gray,  Skaletar,  Munroe,  McLennan, 
and  Controller  McLean. 

Legislation,  Reception,  Trade  and  Com¬ 
merce  —  Aid.  Wallace  (chairman), 
Aids.  Bond,  Crowe,  Davidson,  Skaletar, 
Shore,  Long  and  Controllers  Cock¬ 
burn,  McLean,  Midwinter  and  Mc¬ 
Arthur. 

Library  and  Public  Baths — Aid.  Gray 
(chairman),  Aids.  Macdonald,  Fowler, 
Milton.  Rigg,  Munroe,  McLennan  and 
Controller  McLean. 

Good  Roads — Aid.  Bond  (chairman). 
Aids.  Crowe,  Gray,  Davidson,  Rigg, 
iShore,  McLennan,  Controllers  Cock¬ 
burn  and  McArthur. 

Pensions — Aid.  Milton  (chairman),  Aids. 
Macdonald,  Fowler,  Wallace,  Milton, 
Skaletar,  Shore,  Long,  and  all  four 
controllers. 

Exhibition  Board  Representatives — Aids. 

Bond,  Crowe,  Gray,  Milton,  Skaletar, 
Shore,  McLennan.  Controllers  Cock¬ 
burn,  McLean,  Midwinter  and  McAr¬ 
thur. 

Industrial  Bureau  Representatives  — 

Aids.  Bond,  Crowe,  Gray,  Milton,  Skal¬ 
etar.  Munroe,  Long  and  Controller 
McArthur. 

Winnipeg  General  Hospital — Aids.  Mac¬ 
donald,  Fowler,  Gray,  Davidson,  Rigg, 
Shore  and  McLennan. 

Sinking  Fund  Trustee — Aid.  Crowe. 

Police  Commission — Mayor  Deacon,  Aid. 
Fowler  and  Aid.  Davidson. 


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PUBLIC  PARKS  BOARD 

Mayor  T.  R.  Deacon  (chairman).  Aid. 
Bond  and  J.  H.  Blackwood,  secretary. 

WINNIPEG-  POLICE  COMMISSIONERS 

Chairman:  Mayor  T.  R.  Deacon,  Aid. 

F.  W.  Davidson,  Aid.  Fowler. 

His  Honor  Hugh  John  Macdonald,  Police 
Magistrate;  Hon.  R.  Hill  Myers, 
Senior  Judge  County  Court. 

A.  A.  Aird,  secretary. 

WINNIPEG  CIVIC  OPFICERS,  1914 

Mayor;  T.  R.  Deacon — 11  a.m.  to  12  p.m. 
Clerk:  C.  J.  Brown — 9  a.m.  to  5  p.m. 
Librarian:  J.  H.  McCarthy 
Engineer:  H.  N.  Ruttan — 10  a.m.  to  5 
p.m. 

Engineer  of  Construction:  J.  W.  Astley 
Treasurer:  Harry  C.  Thompson — 10  a.m. 
to  4  p.m. 

Comptroller:  William  H.  Evanson 
Assessment  Commissioner  and  Survey¬ 
or:  J.  W.  Harris — 9  a.  m.  to  5  p.m. 
Tax  Collector:  H.  R.  Pattinson — 10  a.m. 
to  4  p.m. 

Health  Officer:  A.  J.  Douglas,  M.D. — 10 
a.m.  to  12  p.m. 

City  Bacteriologist:  J.  H.  Leeming,  M.D. 
— 10  a.m.  to  5  p.m. 

Health  Inspector:  J.  H.  Pearson — 10 
a.m.  to  12  p.m. 

Chief  Food  Inspector:  P.  B.  Tustin 
Food  Inspectors:  F.  L.  Martin,  A.  W. 
Foote 

Dairy  Inspector:  E.  C.  Brown 
Veterinary  Surgeon:  W.  A.  Hilliard 
City  Electrician:  F.  A.  Cambridge — 9 
a.m.  to  5  p.m. 

City  Light  and  Power  Dept:  J.  G.  Glass- 
co,  manager:  Professor  L.  A.  Herdt 
and  William  Kennedy,  Jr.,  Consulting 
Engineers. 

Building  Inspector:  E.  H.  Rodgers — 10 
a.m.  to  12  p.m. 

Chief  of  Police:  Donald  McPherson — 
10  a.m.  to  12  p.m. 

Chief  of  Fire  Dept.:  J.  E.  Buchanan — 
10  a.m.  to  12  p.m. 

License  Inspector,  Poundkeeper  and  Re¬ 
lief  Officer:  Frank  Kerr — 9  a.m.  to  5 
p.m. 

City  Solicitor:  Theodore  A.  Hunt 
Plumbing  Inspector:  J.  Smith 
Sur>t.  of  Parks  and  Boulevards:  G. 
Champion 

Secretary  Parks  Board:  .1.  H.  Blackwood 
Coal  and  Wood  Inspector  and  (Humane 
Officer:  Harper  Wilson 
Market  Superintendent:  R.  Ridd 
Caretaker  Brookside  Cemetery:  J.  H. 
Gunn 

Electrical  Inspectors:Wm.  IE.  Skead,  S. 
Langley,  G.  Newman,  F.  Shepherd  and 
W.  Sibbald 

Sewe^  Inspector:  S.  Copp 
Morality  Inspector:  Wm  Eddie 
Storekeeper:  J.  S.  Nicholas 
Street  Commissioner:  W.  F.  Tallman 
Manager  City  Quarry:  C.  P.  Kelpin 

WINNIPEG  POLICE  COURT 

Police  Station:  Corner  Rupert  Ave.  and 
Louise  St. 

Court  held  every  morning  at  10  a.m. 

Clerk  of  the  Police  Court:  Alexander  A. 
Aird 

Assistant  Clerk  of  Court.  Geo.  F.  Rich¬ 
ards 

Police  Magistrate:  Sir  H.  J.  Macdonald 
Chief  Constable:  Donald  Maepherson 
Deputy  Chief  Constable:  C.  H.  Newton 
Inspectors:  Philip  Stark,  Walter  Blair, 
Henry  Green  and  M.  Bruton 
Chief  of  Detectives:  Eli  Stodgill 

TIRE  DEPARTMENT 

The  Winnipeg  Fire  Alarm  System, 
owned  and  operated  by  the  City,  com¬ 


prises  110  miles  of  overhead  and  14 
miles  of  underground  wiring,  322  street 
boxes,  and  E.M.  gongs  at  each  of  the 
fire  stations,  pumping  stations,  chief’s 
residence,  Electric  .Street  Railway,  City 
Light  and  Power  Stations  and  police 
stations,  etc.  There  are  ilO  box  cir¬ 
cuits  and  4  gong  circuits,  and  the  sys¬ 
tem  is  arranged  for  manual  operation; 
storage  batteries  are  used  for  current 
supply.  Operators  are  on  duty  day  and 
night,  and  alarms  can  be*  given,  also  by 
telephone,  on  calling  up  “100.”  A  new 
high  pressure  service  is  in  use,  157  hyd¬ 
rants  being  operated  for  that  purpose. 

The  fire  department  is  a  uniformed 
one,  the  number  of  men  forming  the 
brigade,  together  with  the  equipment, 
being  as  follows: 


Staff: 

Chief  .  1 

Assistant  Chiefs  .  1 

Secretary  .  1 

District  Chiefs  .  3 

Stenographer  . 1 

Captains  .  16 

Lieutenants  .  14 

Master  Mechanic  .  1 

Motor  Mechanc  .  1 

Engineers  .  6 

Assistant  Engineers  .  6 

Firemen  .  1516 

Total  .  206 


Eouipment: 

15  Fire  Stations 

I  Drill  Tower 
95  Horses 

7  Steam  fire  engines 

6  Chemical  engines 
17  Hose  waaons 

5  Motor  Hose  Wasrons 
3  Aerial  hook  and  ladder  trucks,  65 
and  two  85  feet  respectively 

7  Hooks  and  ladder  outfits 

1  Water  tower  (65  feet)  with  deck 

turret 

3  Glazier  nozzles 
3  Jumping  nets 

59,000  feet  of  2%  in.  aud  3 Vz  in.  fire  hose 
2,000  Fire  Hydrants  (on  low  pressure 
service — domestic) 

157  Fire  Hydrants  (special  high  pres¬ 
sure  service) 

258  Miles  of  domestic  water  mains 
58  Underground  fire  tanks 

II  Miles  of  high  pressure  water  mains 

2  Assistant  chief’s  motors 
1  Chief’s  60  H.'P.  motor 


CEMETERIES 

Brookside — Notre  Dame  cor.  Moody 
Elmwood — Kelvin  Road  cor.  Hespeler 
St.  James — Portage  Ave.  cor.  Centre 
(St  James) 

St.  John’s — East  end  St.  John’s  Ave. 

St.  Mary’s — Osborne  cor  Arnold  (Ft  R) 
Shaarey  Zedek  Cemetery  (Hebrew)  — 
Kildonan  1  mile  north  of  city  limits 

WATERWORKS 

The  water  works  system  is  owned  and 
operated  by  the  City.  The  supply  is 
from  an  artesian  source,  and  is  excep¬ 
tionally  pure. 

The  daily  pumping  capacities  of  the 
several  wells  is  approximately  10,000,000 
gallons. 

The  reservoir  capacity  is: 

No.  1,  300,000  gallons 

No.  2,  6,000,000  gallons 

The  Fire  Service  Waterworks  has  a 
capacity  of  12,960,000  gallons  per  day 
agains  300  lbs.  pressure.  This  service 
is  operated  by  2500  h.p.  gas  engines. 
There  are  10  miles  of  high  pressure 
water  main  in  the  business  districts  and 
157  special  hydrants. 


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WINNIPEG’S  RECORD  OP  MUNICIPAL  PROGRESS 

Miles  of  School 


Years  Total  Permits  Population  Miles  of  Miles  of  Water  Attend- 


Assessment 

Building 

Sewers 

Sidewalk 

Mains 

ance 

1894 

.  .$  22,001,330 

34,954 

37.9 

141.23 

21.00 

1895 

.  .  22,168,990 

37,124 

38,7 

146.24 

22.00 

1896 

.  .  22.560,430 

37,983 

39.4 

150.67 

'22.50 

6,374 

1897 

.  .  22,832,020 

38,733 

41.4 

152.12 

22.50 

1898 

.  .  22,851,700 

39,384 

42.8 

1154.36 

32.68 

1899 

.  .  23,519,520 

40,112 

47.9 

159.56 

44.78 

7,172 

1900 

.  .  125,077,460 

$  1,441,863 

42,534 

51.8 

165.64 

59.63 

7,500 

1901 

.  .  26,405,770 

11,708,557 

44,778 

'58.5 

175.04 

'64.62 

8.866 

1902 

.  .  28,615,810 

2, 408,125 

48,411 

65.67 

184.82 

76.14 

9,500 

1903 

..  36,273,400 

5,689,400 

56,603 

70.00 

1195.00 

84.00 

10,600 

1904 

.  .  48,214,960 

9,651,750 

67,137 

83.14 

205.00 

94.65 

12,300 

1905 

.  .  6(2,727,630 

10,840,150 

79,975 

110.00 

259.25 

125.00 

13.675 

1906 

80,511,725 

12,625,950 

101,057 

140.75 

316.75 

143.00 

15,445 

1907 

.  ,  '96,7816,768 

6,309,950 

111,729 

159.75 

347.25 

170.00 

16,302 

1908 

.  .  116,106,390 

5,513,700 

118.252 

167.50 

360.25 

184.00 

17,099 

1909 

.  .  111,091,094 

9,226,325 

122,390 

177.00 

404.00 

202.00 

17,770 

1910 

.  .  160.962,227 

15,116,450 

132,720 

193.00 

428.00 

216.00 

19,538 

1911 

176,714,726 

17,500,000 

151,955 

201.00 

443.75 

.228.75 

22.067 

1912 

.  .  218,979,720 

20,255,900 

185,000 

212.50 

466.00 

240.00 

23,112 

1913 

.  .  259,419,520 

18,621,660 

201,000 

227.84 

496.23 

258.00 

24,000 

INCREASE  IN  ASSESSED  VALUE 


1901  .  $  26,405,770 

1902  28,615,810 

1903  36,273,400 

1904  48,214,950 

1905  62,727,630 

1906  80,511,725 

1907  9:6,786,768 

1908  116,106,390 

1909  111,091,094 

1910  160,962,227 

1911  176,714,725 

1912  218,979,720 

1913  259,419,520 


ASSESSMENT,  RATE,  POPULATION, 
1874-1914 


WINNIPEG  BUILDING  PERMITS 


Year 

No.  Permits 

No.  Bldgs. 

Value 

1900. 

637 

$  1,357,473 

1901. 

796 

1,718,057 

1902. 

822 

'973 

2,365,325 

1903. 

.  .  12  3i2 

1592 

5,689,400 

1904. 

2288 

9,651,750 

1905. 

! !  3366 

4122 

10,923,350 

1906. 

.  .  3508 

4176 

12,625,950 

1907. 

.  .  2443 

2825 

6,371,150 

1908. 

.  .  1546 

1171 

5,447,200 

1 9  0>9 . 

.  .  ,2498 

2932 

9,226,325 

1910. 

...  ,3291 

.3916 

15,116,450 

1911. 

.  .  ,3671 

4342 

17,500,000 

1912. 

.  .  4489 

5406 

20,475,350 

1913. 

..  4125 

4834 

18,621,650 

MORTALITY  RATE  IN  WINNIPEG 


Number  of  deaths  in  Winnipeg  during 
.1913 


Total 

Rate 

Popula- 

Assessable 

in 

tion 

Year 

Property 

Mills 

1874  .  . 

.  .  .$  2,676,018 

10 

1,869 

1875  .  . 

.  .  .  2,653,805 

8 

2,061 

1880  .  . 

.  .  .  4,008,460 

15 

6,178 

1885  .. 

.  .  .  19,711,695 

20 

19,574 

1890  .  . 

.  .  .  19,612,410 

20 

23,000 

1895  .. 

...  22,168,990 

20 

37,124 

1,900  .  . 

.  .  .  25,007,460 

23.25 

50,503 

1901  .  . 

...  26,855,770 

24.5 

52,443 

1902  .  . 

.  .  .  28,615,820 

23.25 

54,303 

1903  .. 

.  .  .  35,273,400 

17 

77,304 

1905  .  . 

.  .  .  62,727,630 

10.7 

78,367 

1906  .  . 

...  80.511,725 

17.90 

101,057 

1907  .. 

.  .  .  93,825,960 

16 

111,729 

1908  .  . 

.  .  .116,101,300 

15 

118,252 

1909  .. 

.  .  .1  34.406,614 

15 

122,300 

1910  .. 

.  .  .1-60,970,227 

10.8 

132,720 

1911  .. 

.  .  .172  677,250 

13.25 

151,958 

1912  . . 

.  .  .214,360,440 

12 

166,553 

1913  .  . 

.  .  .259,419,520 

13 

184,730 

♦Business  assessment  not  here  in¬ 
cluded. 


January  .  180 

February  .  174 

March  .  197 

April  .  201 

May  .  188 

June  .  207 

July .  244 

August  .  233 

September  .  194 

October  .  215 

November  .  195 

December  .  216 


Total  .  2444 


The  total  given  above  is  the  gross 
number  of  deaths,  i.e.,  it  includes  the 
deaths  of  persons  from  outside  points 
who  have  died  in  Winnipeg  hospitals. 

PARES 

Alexandra  (Square  . . .  .Bannatyne  Ave. 
Assiniboine  (City  Park)  west  of  Agri¬ 
cultural  College  on  Assiniboine  River 
Athletic  Park.  ...  Sargent  and  Downing 

Central  Park  . 'Cumberland  Ave. 

Cornish  Park  . Assiniboine  Ave. 

Clark  Park  . Magnus  and  Chudley 

Crescentwood  Park  . Yale  Ave. 


WINNIPEG  BUILDING  RECORD 


The  following 

table 

shows 

the  build- 

ing  figures  for 

the 

year 

1913  by 

months. 

Month 

Permits. Buildings,  Value. 

January  . 

48 

56 

$  382,100 

February 

149 

199 

75,2,800 

March  .... 

211 

2-66 

1,007,000 

April  .... 

595 

702 

2,566,750 

May  .... 

698 

861 

(3,006,400 

•Tune  .... 

535 

>640 

1,843,350 

July  .... 

441 

508 

1,554,200 

August  .  . 

330 

364 

1,769,850 

September  . 

373 

401 

,3,445,000 

October  . 

364 

413 

1,325,300 

November 

230 

25,2 

490,950 

December 

151 

174 

504,950 

Totals  .  .  . 

4,125 

4,8i34 

$18,621,650 

Dufferin  Park.. Logan  cor.  Gwendoline 

Elm  Park  . oipip  River  Park 

Elmwood  Park  . Elmwood 

Fort  Rouge,  River  Ave.  opp.  Lewis  (Ft. 
Rouge 

Fort  Garry  Park  . Main  South 

King  Edward  Park  . Elmwood 

Kitchener  Park.  ..  .Hearn  and  Kitchener 

Kildonan  Park  . Main  North 

Logan  Park  .  McPhillips  St. 

Midwinter  Park  . Stadacona  St. 

Notre  Dame  Park  . Notre  Dame  W. 

Pembina  Park  . Riverview  Sub. 

River  Park  ....  Foot  of  Osborne,  Ft.  R. 

Riverview  Park . Riverview  Sub. 

St.  James  Park,  e.  s.  Home  bet  Portage 
and  Preston 

St.  John’s  Park  . Main  St.  N. 

Selkirk  Park  . Flora  Ave. 

Victoria  Park  . Foot  of  Rupert 

Weston  Park  .  Logan  West 


288 


PART  II. 


Educational  Information 


WINNIPEG  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  BOARD 
Offices  Winnlam,  cor.  Ellen 
Trustees  1914 

Ward  1 — W.  J.  Bulman,  G.  H.  Greig 
Ward  2 — Johnson  Doulass,  Arthur 

Congdon  _  w  . 

War^  3 — Duncan  Sinclair,  H.  W.  Craig, 


Ward’  4 — G.  A.  Lister,  J.  T.  Haig,  B.A. 
Ward  5 — J.  A.  McKerchar,  M.  Abraham- 
son 

Ward  6 — Geo.  Grisdale,  R.  R.  Knox 
AVard  7 — T.  Glen  Hamilton,  M.D.,  A.  H. 
Brown 

Board  meets  second  Tuesday  in  each  j 
months  at  7.30 


Standing  Committees 
Finance — Johnson  Douglass,  chairman, 
G.  H.  Greig,  Dr.  T.  G.  Hamilton,  R.  W. 
Craig,  J.  A.  McKerchar,  Arthur  Cong¬ 
don. 

Meets  at  5  p.m.  on  Friday  before  the 
2nd  Tuesday  in  each  month 
Building — G.  A.  Lister,  chairman,  Geo. 
Grisdale.  Duncan  Sinclair,  A.  H. 
Brown.  M.  Abrahamson,  G.  H.  Greig 
Meets  at  8.30  p.m.  on  Thursday  before 
the  2nd  Tuesday  in  each  month. 

School  Management — R.  W.  Craig,  chair¬ 
man.  R.  R.  Knox,  Johnson  Douglass, 
G.  A.  Lister,  Dr.  F.  Hamilton,  W.  J. 
Bulman,  J.  A.  McKerchar,  Geo.  Gris¬ 
dale 

Meets  at  7  p.m.  on  Thursday  before 
the  2nd  Tuesday  in  each  month 
Supply — W.  J.  Bulman,  chairman,  R.  R. 
Knox,  M.  Abrahamson,  A.  H.  Brown, 
Duncan  Sinclair,  Arthur  Congdon 
Meets  at  7.30  p.m.  on  Thursday  before 
the  2nd  Tuesday  in  each  month 


Officials 

Chairman — J.  T.  Haig 
SuDerintendent  of  Schools — Dr.  D.  Mc¬ 
Intyre 

Secretary-treasurer — R.  H.  Smitn 
Commissioner  of  School  Buildings  and 
Supplies — Lt.-iCol.  J.  B.  Mitchell 

Supervisors 

Grade  Teachers — Miss  J.  Ptolemy,  Miss 
M.  Macdougall  and  Miss  R.  Rodgers 
Music — Miss  A.  Pullar 
Sewing — Miss  M.  Haliday  and  Miss  M. 
Neilson 

Drawing — Miss  E.  Hewitt  and  Miss  A. 
Baxter 

Physical  Drill- — Lt.-ICol.  T.  H.  Billman 
and  Capt.  Hugh  Urquhart 
Technical  Education — W.  J.  Walters 

Schools 

Aberdeen — A.  E.  Hearn,  B.A.,  principal, 
Salter  and  Stella  Sts 
Aberdeen  No.  2 — A.  E.  Hearn,  B.A.,  prin¬ 
cipal,  Salter  and  Stella  Sts 
Albert — Gertie,  William  and  Bannatyne 
Sts 

Alexandra — L.  A.  Ferguson,  principal, 
Edmonton  and  St.  Mary’s  Ave 
Argyle — W.  N.  Denike,  principal,  Argyle 
and  Henry  Sts 

Cambridge — M:ss  F.  M.  Galley,  princi¬ 
pal,  Cambridge  St 

Carlton — Miss  Annie  Milne,  principal, 
Carlton,  Hargrave  and  Graham  Ave. 
Carter  Avenue — -Mrs.  A.  E.  Templeman, 
principal,  Carter  Ave. 

Cecil  Rhodes — W.  E.  Grant,  principal, 
East.  William  and  Elgin  Aves. 

Clifton — Mrs.  A.  Jeffrey,  principal,  Clif¬ 
ton  St 

Collegiate  (Kate  St.) — R.  T.  Hodson, 
B.A.,  principal,  Kate,  William  and 
Bannatyne  Sts 

Dufferin — T.  C.  Jerrom.  acting-principal, 
Logan,  Alexander,  Park  and  Nares  St 


Elmwood — Miss  E.  Corbett,  principal, 
Talbot  St 

Fort  Rouge — 'Miss  C.  M.  Yuill,  principal. 
River  and  Mayfair  Aves 
Gladstone — H.  P.  Dole,  principal,  Pem¬ 
bina,  Corydon  and  McMillan  Sts 
Greenway — Thomas  Laidlaw,  principal, 
Livinia,  Banning  and  Burnell  Sts 
Isbister — E.  J.  Motley,  principal,  Ellice 
Ave  and  Vaughan  St 
John  M.  King — J.  J.  Wilkinson,  princi¬ 
pal.  Ellice  Ave  and  McGee  Sts 
Kelvin  Technical  High  School — E.  A. 
Garratt,  B.A.,  Harrow,  Kingsway  and 
Academy 

King  Edward — W.  T.  Gough,  principal, 
Selkirk.  Pritchard  and  Arlington  Sts 
Laura  Secord — A.  G.  McArthur.  B.A., 
principal,  Wolseley,  Ida,  Ruby  and 
Lenore 

La  Verandrye — W.  Clipperton,  principal, 
Jessie,  Rosser,  Lilac  and  Wentworth 
Lord  Roberts — S.  A.  Campbell,  M.A., 
principal,  John,  Rathgar  and  B' 
ford  Sts 

Lord  Selkirk — T.  E.  Argue,  B.A.,  princi¬ 
pal,  Brazier,  McIntosh  and  Poplar  Sts 
Luxton — J.  P.  Mellors,  principal,  Poison, 
Athol  and  Mac  Sts 

Machray — J.  B.  Wallis,  principal,  Moun¬ 
tain.  Charles  and  College  Sts 
Mulvey — J.  W.  Beckett,  nrincipal,  Mary¬ 
land  St  and  Broadway 
MdPhillips — Miss  J.  S.  Douglas,  princi¬ 
pal  cor.  McPhillips  and  Aberdeen 
Norquay — J.  H.  Mulvey,  M.A.,  principal,. 

Euclid  and  Lusted  Sts 
Pinkham — C.  C.  Stewart,  principal,  Pa¬ 
cific  and  Alexander  Aves 
Principal  Sparling — H.  H.  McIntosh,, 
principal,  Richard,  Garfield  and  Sher- 
burn 

Riverview — Miss  A.  R.  Gordon,  princi¬ 
pal,  Maplewood  Ave 
St.  John’s  Techncal  High  School — A.  C. 
Campbell,  B.A.,  Salter,  Church,  Mach¬ 
ray  and  Powers 

Somerset — Wm.  Martin,  principal,  Sher- 
brook  and  Margaretta  Sts 
Strathcona — W.  J.  Si.sler,  principal,  Mc¬ 
Gregor,  Burrows  and  Alfred  Sts 
Victoria — J.  W.  Forhan,  principal,  Ellen, 
William  and  Bannatyne  Sts 
Wellington — J.  Marshall,  B.A.,  principal, 
Wellington.  Beverley  and  Simcoe  Sts- 

UNIVERSITY  OF  MANITOBA 

Broadway,  west  of  Kennedy  Street 

The  University  of  Manitoba,  estab¬ 
lished  by  the  Act  of  Legislature  in  1877, 
has  the  sole  power  of  conferring  de¬ 
grees  in  Arts,  Law,  Medecine,  Engineer¬ 
ing,  Pharmacy  and  Architecture  in  the 
Province  of  Manitboa. 

Degrees  of  Divinity  may  be  granted 
by  the  various  colleges  affiliated  with 
the  University,  provided  that  all  can¬ 
didates  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of 
Divinity,  not  graduates  of  this  or  any 
other  University,  shall  have  passed  a 
satisfactory  examination  on  the  sub¬ 
jects  of  the  first  and  second  years  in 
Arts  as  prescribed  by  the  University, 
Greek  being  compulsory,  and  such  grad¬ 
uates  in  Divinity  have  in  the  University 
the  same  rights  and  privileges  as  other 
graduates. 

The  government  of  the  University  is 
vested  in  the  Chancellor  appointed  by 
the  Lieutenant-Governor  in  Council  and 
a  council  of  sixty-one  (>61)  members, 
composed  of  representatives  from  each 
of  the  affiliated  colleges,  the  members 
of  Convocation,  the  College  of  Physi¬ 
cians  and  Surgeons  of  Manitoba,  the- 
University  Faculty  and  the  Provincial 
Government. 


2SD 


The  following-  colleges  are  in  affilia¬ 
tion  with  the  University:  In  Arts,  St. 
Boniface  College  (since  1879),  St.  John’s 
(since  1877),  Manitoba  College  (since 
1877),  Wesley  College  (since  1888).  In 
Medicine,  Manitoba  Medical  College 
(since  1882).  In  Pharmacy,  Manitoba 
College  of  Pharmacy  (since  1902). 

The  general  superintendence  of  all 
examinations  is  entrusted  to  a  Board 
called  the  Board  of  Studies,  composed 
of  members  of  the  Council  elected  an¬ 
nually  as  follows:  Two  by  each  of  the 
affiliated  colleges  in  Arts,  two  by  the 
graduate  representatives,  one  by  the 
College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of 
Manitoba,  one  by  the  Manitoba  Medical 
College  and  one  by  the  Council. 

Members  of  the  Board  of  Studies 
Session  1913-1914 

Pres.  James  A.  MacLean,  chairman 
Rev.  Father  Blain 
Roger  Goulet 

Very  Rev.  Dean  Coombes 

Rev.  Canon  Murray 

Prof.  ,F.  W.  Clark 

William  Tier 

Rev.  Dr.  Stewart 

R.  O.  Jolliffe 

D.  M.  Duncan 

Dr.  J.  R.  Jones 

Dr.  E.  S.  Popham 

Dr.  J.  S.  Gray 

Professor  Frank  Allen 

Professor  E.  E.  Brydone-Jack 

W.  J.  iSpence,  secretary 

It  is  the  duty  of  the  Board  also  to 
report  to  the  Council,  when  they  see  fit. 
on  the  studies  of  the  University  and 
other  matters  connected  therewith,  and 
generally  to  discharge  all  duties  that 
may  be  assigned  to  them  by  the  Council. 

Governing  Body  of  the  University 
1913-1914 

Visitor — Sir  Douglas  C  Cameron,  K.C.- 
M.G.,  {Lieutenant  Governor  of  Mani¬ 
toba 

Chancellor — Most  Rev.  Archbishop  Ma- 
theson,  LL.D. 

Vice-Chancellor  —  Sir  Joseph  Dubuc, 
B.C.L.,  LL.D. 

President — James  A.  MacLean,  B.A., 
Ph.D. 

Registrar — W.  J.  Spence,  B.A. 

Hon.  'Bursar — J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  M.A.,  K.C. 
Solicitor — I.  Pitblado,  M.A.,  LL.B. 

St.  Boniface  College  Representatives  on 
Council 

Rev.  Edmond  Dacompte,  S.J.,  rector 
Rev.  A.  A.  Cherrier,  Pt. 

Rev.  Joseph  Blain,  S.J. 

.Sir  Joseph  Dubuc,  B.C.L.,  LL.D. 

Hon.  J.  E.  Prendergast,  B.C.L. 

Mr.  Rogers  Goulet,  B.A. 

Joseph  Bernier,  M.A. 

St.  John’s  College  Representatives  on 
Council 

Very  Rev.  Dean  Coombes,  M.A. 

Ven.  Archdeacon  Fortin,  B.A.,  D.D. 
Rev.  Canon  Murray,  M.A. 

Rev  Canon  Phair,  M.A. 

J.  A.  Machray,  M.A.,  LL.B., 

Rev.  Canon  Matheson,  M.A. 

Rev.  J.  J.  Robinson,  warden 


Wesley  College  Representatives  on 
Council 

Rev.  Andrew  Stewart,  D.D.,  Acting  Prin¬ 
cipal 

J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  M.A.,  K.C. 

F.  W.  Sparling,  B.A. 

R.  T.  Riley 

E.  L.  Taylor,  K.C. 

R.  O.  Jolliffe,  M.A. 

H.  W.  Hutchinson 

Manitoba  Medical  College  Representa¬ 
tives  on  Council 

H.  H.  Chown.  BA.,  M.D.,  L.R.C.P.,  Dean 
of  Faculty 

E.  S.  Popham,  M.A.,  M.D.,  C.M. 

S.  Willis  Prowse,  B.A.,  M.D.,  F.IR.C.S. 
Edin. 

College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons 
Representatives  on  Council 

D.  G.  Ross,  M.D. 

D.  H.  MoCalman,  B.A.,  M.D.,  C.M. 
William  Rogers,  B.A.,  M.D.,  C.M. 

J.  S.  Gray,  M.D.,  C.M. 

Representatives  from  Convocation  on 
Council 

Gordon  Bell,  B.A.,  M.D.,  C.M. 

Fred.  W.  Clark,  B.A. 

D.  M.  Duncan,  M.A. 

J.  Halpenny,  B.A.,  M.D.,  C.M. 

.T.  R.  Jones,  M.D.,  L.R.C.P.  London 
Edwin  Loftus,  M.A.,  LL.B. 

D.  McIntyre.  M.A.,  LL.D. 

W.  A.  McIntyre,  B.A.,  LL.D. 

I.  Pitblado,  M.A.,  LL.B. 

W.  J.  Slpence,  B.A. 

Representatives  from  Provincial  Gov¬ 
ernment  on  Council 

The  Hon.  the  Minister  of  Education 
(ex  officio) 

S.  Carson  Lee,  M.A. 

R.  Fletcher,  B.A. 

C.  K.  Newcombe,  B.A. 

Rev.  W.  P.  Reeve,  BA.,  B.D. 

Rev.  David  Christie,  M.A. 

R.  N.  Lea 

Hon.  W.  H.  Montague 

Manitoba  College  of  Pharmacy  Repre¬ 
sentatives  on  Council 

H.  E.  Bletcher,  Phm.B.,  Principal 

E.  D.  Martin. 

A.  R.  Leonard 

University  Faculty  Representatives  on 
Council 

Frank  Allen,  M.A.,  Ph.D.;  Matthew  A. 

Parker.  B.Sc..  F.C.S..  Voting  Members. 
Ernest  E.  Brydone-Jack,  B.A.,  C.E,; 

Alexander  W.  Crawford,  M.A.,  Ph.D.; 
Neil  B.  MacLean,  M A. ;  Edward  P. 
Fetherstonhaugh,  B.Sc.,  L.  A.  H.  War¬ 
ren,  M.A.  N'on-voting  Members. 

Standing  Committee  of  the  University 
Session  1913-1914 
University  Land  Board 

Most  Rev.  Archbishop  Matheson 

J.  A.  M.  Aikins 
Rev.  Dr.  Baird 
R.  T.  Riley 
Isaac  Pitblado 
J.  A.  Machray 

Dr.  W.  A  McIntyre 


Manitoba  College  Representatives  on 
Council 

Rev.  Dr.  A.  B.  Baird,  M.A.,  D.D.,  Acting 
Principal 

Rev.  Dr.  George  Bryce,  M.A.,  LL.D. 

Rev.  G.  B.  Wilson,  M.A.,  Ph.D. 

Rev.  E.  G.  Perry,  B.A.,  Ph.D. 

H.  H.  Saunderson 

George  H.  Ross,  B.A.,  LL.B. 

William  Tier,  M.A. 

Rev.  A.  G.  Sinclair,  M.A.,  Ph.D.  (alter¬ 
nate) 


Finance  Committee 

Rev.  Dr.  Wilson 
J.  A.  Machray 
Edwin  Loftus 
H.  H.  Saunderson 
E.  D.  Martin 
Joseph  Bernier 
Dr.  J.  Hal  penny 
Dr.  Daniel  McIntyre 
R.  T.  Riley 
H.  W.  Hutchinson 
George  H.  Ross 


290 


Building1  and  Grounds  Committee 

Rev.  Dr.  Stewart 
Robert  Fletcher 
Prof.  N.  B.  MacLean 
Prof.  H.  *E.  Bletcher 
Prof.  Frank  Allen 
Prof.  Brydone-Jack 

Rhodes  Scholarship  Committee 

Most  Rev.  Mgr.  Cherrier 
Hon.  Mr.  Justice  Richards 
Dr.  H.  H.  Chown 
Hon.  Mr.  Justice  Myers 
W.  J.  Spence 

Library  Committee 

Prof.  M.  A.  Parker 
Prof.  A.  W.  Crawford 
Rev.  David  Christie 
Dr.  E.  G.  Perry 
Prof.  Frank  Ak'en 
Rev.  Canon  Matheson 
Dr.  J.  R.  Jones 

University  Faculty 

James  A.  McLean,  B.A.  (Tor.),  Ph.D. 
(Columbia),  LL.D.  (Colorado  and  Tor¬ 
onto),  President 

Frank  Allen,  M.A.,  Ph.D.,  F.R.S.C., 
Chairman 

Neil  Bruce  MacLean,  M.A.,  Secretary 
Frank  Allen,  M. A.  (U.N.B.,  and  Cornell), 
Ph.D.  (Cornell),  F.R.S.C.  Professor  of 
Physics 

Gordon  Bell,  B.A.  (Tor.),  M.D.,  C.M. 

(Man.),  Professor  of  Bacteriology, 
Pathology  and  Histology 

A.  H.  Reginald  Buller,  B.Sc.  (Lond.), 
Ph.D.  (Leipzig),  D.Sc.  (Birm.),  F.R.¬ 
S.C.,  Professor  of  Botany 
Matthew  A.  Parker,  B.Sc.  (Glas.),  F.C.S. 

Professor  Chemistry 
Swale  Vincent,  M.D.  (Lond.),  D.iSc. 
(Edin.),  M.R.C.’S.,  L.R.C.P.,  F.R.SS.  E. 
&  C.,  Professor  of  Physiology 
Ernest  E.  Brydone-Jack,  B.A.,  (U.N.B.), 
C.E.  (Renss.),  M.Can.Soc.C.E.,  M.Am.- 
Soc.C.E.,  Professor  of  Civil  'Engineer¬ 
ing 

Edward  P.  Fetherstonhaugh,  B.Sc.  (Mc¬ 
Gill),  A.  M.  Can.  Soc.  C.  E.  Professor 
of  Electrical  Engineering. 

Arch.  Brown  Clark,  M.A.  (Edin.)  Pro¬ 
fessor  of  Political  Economy 
Alexander  W.  Crawford,  M.A.  (Tor.), 
Ph.D.  (Cornell),  Professor  of  English 
Chester  B.  Martin,  M.A.  (U.N.B.),  M.A., 

B.Litt.  (Oxon),  Professor  of  History 
Neil  Bruce  MacLean,  M.A.  (Tor.),  Pro¬ 
fessor  of  Mathematics 
Robert  iC.  Wallace,  M.A.,  B.Sc.  (Edin.), 
Ph.D.  (Gottingen),  D.Sc.  (Edin), 
F.iG.S.,  Professor  of  Geology  and  Min¬ 
eralogy 

Arthur  A.  Stoughton,  Ph.B.  (Columbia) 
Professor  of  Architecture 
W.  F.  Osborne,  M.A..  (Tor),  Professor  of 
French  Language  and  Literature 
Jacob  H.  Heinzelman,  Ph.D.  (Chicago), 
Professor  of  German  Language  and 
Literature 

Robert  K.  MoClung,  M.A.  (McGill),  B.A. 
(Cantab.),  D.Sc.  (McGill),  F.R.S.C., 
Assistant  Professor  of  Physics 
Lloyd  A.  H.  Warren,  M.A.  (Queen’s) 
Assistant  Professor  of  Mathematics 
A.  T.  Cameron,  M.A.,  B.Sc.  (Edin.),  As¬ 
sistant  Professor  of  Physiology 
Leslie  I.  Johnstone,  B.S.  (Maine)  Assis¬ 
tant  Professor  of  Surveying  and  Geo¬ 
desy 

Charles  J.  Triggerson,  M.A.  (McMaster), 
Ph.D.  (Cornell),  Assistant  Professor 
of  Zoology 

Henry  P.  lArmes,  B.Sc.  (Leeds),  Ph.D. 

(Strassburg),  Lecturer  in  Chemistry 
John  W.  Dorsey,  E.E.  (Lehigh)  Lecturer 
in  .Electrical  and  Mechanical  Engin¬ 
eering 

Ralph  Flenley,  M.A.  (Liverpool)  B.Litt. 

(Oxon.),  Lecturer  in  History 
Ellis  E.  Bankson,  B.S.  (Milliken),  Lec¬ 
turer  in  Materials  and  Hydraulics 


Thomas  Howden  Fraser,  M.A.,  LL.B. 

(Edin),  Lecturer  in  Political  Economy 
Robert  W.  Moffatt,  B.A.,  B.Sc.  (Tor.), 
Lecturer  in  Masonry  Construction  and 
Drawing 

Aaron  J.  Perry,  M.A.  (Yale),  Lecturer 
in  English  Language 
R.  H.  Kingston,  M.A.  (Queens),  Lecturer 
in  Mathematics 

Other  Members  of  the  Teaching*  Staff 

Olafur  T.  Anderson,  B.A.  (Man.).  De¬ 
monstrator  in  Physics 
Jon  Arnason,  B.A.  (Man.),  Demonstrator 
in  Chemistry 

Arthur  H.  OReilly’,  B.C.E.  (Man.),  De¬ 
monstrator  in  Civil  Engineering 

MANITOBA  AGRICULTURAL 
COLLEGE 

Board  of  Directors 

Hon.  George  Lawrence,  Minister  of  Ag¬ 
riculture,  Winnipeg 

Elected  by  Agricultural  Societies 

Hugh  M.  Dyer  (chairman),  Minnedosa 
Walter  James,  Rosser 
P.  Smith,  Treherne 
James  Duthie,  Hartney 

Elected  by  Lieutenant-Governor-in- 
Council 

J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  K.C.,  Winnipeg 
Alexander  Morrison,  Homewood 
J.  Parent,  Letellier 
E.  A.  C.  Hosmer,  Virden 

C.  K.  Newcombe,  B.iA.,  Winnipeg 
Principal  W.  J.  Black,  B.Sc. 

Secretary — G.  A,  Sproule,  B.A.  Man. 
Agric.  College 

MANITOBA  MEDICAL  COLLEGE 
In  Affiliation  with  the  University  of 
Manitoba 

Original  Incorporators  —  Dr.  J.  Kerr, 
Dean;  J.  R.  Jones,  Winnipeg;  Dr.  R. 
J.  Blanchard,  Winniipeg;  Dr.  R.  B. 
Ferguson;  Dr.  R.  G.  Brett,  Banff,  B.C. ; 
Dr.  J.  W.  Good,  Winnipeg;  Dr.  A.  H. 
Ferguson,  Chicago,  Ill.;  Dr.  J.  W. 
Whiteford,  Registrar;  Dr.  J.  Patter¬ 
son.  Winnipeg;  Dr.  W.  R.  D.  Suther¬ 
land;  Dr.  T.  Farfard;  Dr.  A.  McDair- 
mid,  Chicago,  Ill.;  Hon.  Dr.  Wilson, 
Vancouver,  B.C. 

Officers  of  the  Faculty 
Dean — H.  H.  Chown,  B.A.,  M.D.,  C.M., 
263  Broadway 

Registrar — E.  S.  Popham,  M.A.,  M.D., 
C.M.,  344  Ellice  Ave. 

Treasurer — S.  Willis  Prowse,  B.A.,  M.D., 
801  Boyd  Block 

ST.  JOHN’S  COLLEGE 

Chancellor — -Most  Rev.  the  Archbishop 
of  Rupert’s  Land,  D.D. 

Warden — Rev.  J.  J.  Robinson,  M.A.,  D.D. 
Deputy  Warden  and  Secretary — Very 
Rev.  Dean  Coombes,  M.A.,  D.D. 
College  Officers — 'Dean  of  the  College — 
The  Rev.  Canon  Phair,  M.A. 

Bursar,  Steward  and  Registrar  —  W. 
Burman,  B.A. 

WESLEY  COLLEGE 
(Affiliated  with  the  University  of 
Manitoba) 

Acting  Principal — Rev.  A.  -Stewart,  D.D. 

Executive  Committee 
J.  H.  Ashdown 
J.  A.  M.  Aikins 
Rev.  Dr.  Stewart 
R.  T.  Riley 
Dr.  Pcpham 
E.  Loftus 
M.  Bull 
J.  T.  Gordon 
H.  W.  Hutchinson 

E.  L.  Taylor,  K.C. 

F.  W.  Sparling,  B.A. 

Zion — Alexander  s  e  cor  Ellen  Rev  Ar- 


291 


Officers  of  the  Board 

Chairman — J.  H.  Ashdown 
Vice-Chairman — Dr.  Poipham 
Bursar — F.  W.  Sparling-,  pro  tern. 
Secretary — E.  Loftus,  M.A.,  LL.B. 
Auditor — D’Arcy  MoGee 

ST.  BONIFACE  COLLEGE 
Frovencher  Ave.,  St.  Boniface 
Staff,  1913 

R.  Fr.  Gustave  Jean,  S.J.,  Rector 
R.  Fr.  John  Cox,  S.J.,  Minister 
R.  Fr.  F.  X.  Robichaud,  S.  J.,  Bursar 
R.  Fr.  Guy  Leclaire,  S.J.,  Prefect  of 
Studies 

CHURCHES  AND  PLACES  OF 
WORSHIP 

Adventist 

Seventh  Day  Adventist — Main  cor  Sel¬ 
kirk  Rev  Willis  M  Adams  pastor  h 
438  Selkirk 

Seventh  Day  Adventist — Bannerman  s  e 
cor  Aikins 

Anglican 

Most  Rev.  Samuel  P.  Matheson  (D  D) 
Archbishop  of  Rupert’s  Land  and  Pri¬ 
mate  of  All  Canada 
All  Saints — Broadway  opp  Osborne  Rev 
Walter  M  Loucks  M  A  rector  h  495 
Broadway 

Christ  Church — Princess  cor  Higgins 
Rev  W  Walser  rector  h  285  Henry 
Holy  Trinity — Donald  n  e  cor  Graham 
Ven  Archdeacon  Fortin  D  D  rector  h 
273  Donald,  Rev  A  E  Ribourg  D  C 
assistant  h  Holy  Trinity  Parish  House 
Roseberry  Hall  Church — Roseberry  St 
St  Albans — 468  Rathgar  Rev  John  Mor¬ 
ris  curate  h  317  Bartlett 
St.  Andrew’s  Anglican  Church — -Rev  L 
Swalwell  B  A  rector  e  s  Wallasey 
(Sturgeon  Ck) 

St  Barnabas — s  s  Burrows  cor  Mc- 
Phillips  S  J  Wickson  lay  reader 
St  Chrysostom’s  Mission  Church — 585 
Bannerman  H  McCartney  lay  reader 
St  Cuthbert’s — McIntosh  cor  Brazier 
(Elm)  Rev  E  C  R  Pritchard  B  A  rec¬ 
tor  h  Oak  View  Ave  (E  Kil) 

St  George’s  Church — 103  Isabel  cor  Ban- 
natyne  Rev  J  J  Roy  rector  h  68 
Isabel 

St  George’s  Church — Crescent  Road 
(Transcona)  Rev  A  T  Norquay  rector 
St  James — Portage  Ave  nr  Centre  Rev 
W  G  iNicholson  B  A  rector  h  rectory 
St  John’s  Cathedral — Macallum  PI  Very 
Rev*  Dean  Coombes  D  D  dean  Rev 
Canon  Murray  M  A,  Rev  Canon  Phair 
M  A,  Rev  Canon  Matheson  M  A,  h 
“The  Deanery”  St  John’s  Private  Road 
St  Jude’s — Home  s  w  cor  Arlington 
Rev  George  Horrobin  iB  A  rector  h 
815  Home 

St  Luke’s — Stradbrooke  Ave  n  w  cor 
Nassau  Rev  Wm  Bertal  Heeney  B  A 
rector  h  114  Nassau  F  R 
St  Margaret’s — 149  Arlington  Rev  A 
W  Woods  rector  h  cor  Home  and 
Westminster 
St  Mark’s — 11*6  Disraeli 
St  Martin’s — 150  /Smithfield  Rev  Canon 
E  A  W  Gill  M  A  minister  in  charge 
h  80  St  Cross  St 

St  Matthew’s — Livinia  cor  Maryland 
Rev  Robert  B  McElheran  M  A  rector 
and  Rural  Dean  of  Winnipeg  h  138 
Maryland 

St  Michael  >&  All  Angels — Mulvey  nr 
Hugo  (Ft  Rouge)  Rev  G  H  Broughall 
M  A  rector  h  663  Rosser 
St  Patrick's  Anglican  Church — 954  Pine 
St  Peter’s — Selkirk  cor  Aikins  Rev  F  S 
de  Mattos  Ph  D  rector  h  367  Selkirk 
St  Phillips — Tache  cor  Eugenie  (Nor) 
Rev  Canon  Garton  rector  h  186  Tache 
(Nor) 

St  Stephens  Church — s  s  Helmsdale  Ave 
(E  Kil) 

St  Thomas — 1557  William  cor  Worth 
Rev  T  Marshall  rector 
St  Mathias  (mission) — Cambride  St 


Baptist 

Baptist  Convention  Chapel  531  Burrows 
Broad-way — Broadway  cor  Walnut  Rev 
A  T  Sowerby  pastor  h  18  Rothesay 
Apts 

Elmwood — Kelvin  cor  Noble  Rev  Wm 
Letham  h  182  Harbison 
Emmanuel — Services  held  in  Wonder¬ 
land  Theatre  cor  Sherbrook  and  Sar¬ 
gent  Rev  S  J  Arthur  pastor  r  513 
William 

First — Hargrave  cor  Cumberland  Rev  A 
N  Marshall  237  Donald 
First  German — 825  McDermot  cor  Te- 
cumseh  Rev  John  A  H  Wuttke  pastor 
h  829  McDermot 

First  Swedish — Logan  cor  Ellen  Rev 
Carl  A  Johanson  pastor  h  —  Anderson 
German — >652  Manitoba  Rev  John  A  H 
Wuttke  ipastor  h  829  McDermot 
German — 1401  Ross 

Nassau — Nassau  s  w  cor  Gertrude  Rev 
Wm  Hay  h  Y  M  C  A 
Olivet — 234  Parkview  (St  James)W  J 
McCormick  h  Karnac  _P  O 
Russian — -Stella  Ave  Rev  'N  Kriewetsky 
pastor 

Scandinavian  Baptist  Church — 405  Lo- 
san 

Kildonan  Church  —  s  s  Kildonan  cor 
Aikins  Rev  F  W  McKinnon  pastor 
Tabernacle — Burrows  cor  Charles  Rev 
F  W  Walker  Pugh  h  390  Boyd 
Weston — 1534  Elgin  Rev  Walter  Letham 
pastor  h  182  Harbison  (Elm) 

Church  of  Christ — Disciples 
Church  of  Christ — McDermot  cor  Kate 
Church  of  Christ’s  Disciples — e  s  Mar¬ 
jorie  (St  J)  Rev  W  W  Burton  pastor 
Church  of  Christ’s  Disciples — Sherbrook 
n  of  Sargent  W  F  Neal  Evangelist 
Christian  Church  Disciples — 485  Sher¬ 
brook  nr  Ellice  A  H  Simjpson  B  A 
pastor 

Church  of  Christ 

Reorganized  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of 
Latter  Day  Saints — 932  Sherbrooke 
Joseph  L  Petersen  elder 

Church  of  Christ — Scientist 
Ft  Rouge  Church  of  Christ — Scientist— 
Nassau  n  e  cor  River  (Ft  R) 
Evangelical  Lutheran 
Christ  Church  (German) — 561  Aberdeen 
Rev  John  Kraeger  pastor  h  593  Boyd 
Church  of  the  Cross  (German) -^Alex¬ 
ander  n  w  cor  Chambers  Rev  Leopold 
Tank  pastor  h  607  Bannatyne 
Church  of  the  Redeemer  (German)  — 
Rev  Paul  H  Kohlmeier  pastor  h  825 
Manitoba 

Ebenezer — Alexander  cor  Stanley — Rev 
E  J  Bechtel  pastor  h  335  Alexander 
Emmanuel  (German) — 294  iStella  Rev  P 
Ross  pastor  h  81  Charles 
First  (English) — 484  Maryland  cor  El¬ 
lice  Rev  P  E  Baisler  B  D  pastor  h 
484  Maryland 

First  (Icelandic) — Sherbrook  n  cor  Ban¬ 
natyne  Rev  Jon  Bjarnason  D  D  h 
118  Emily 

First  (Norwegian — s  e  cor  Victor  & 
Wellington  Rev  J  P  Oien  pastor  h  723 
Victor 

Holy  Cross  (German) — 708  McCalman 
(Elm)  Rev  W  C  Hitzemann  pastor  h 
Tweed  cor  Montcalm  Ave  (Elm) 

Holy  Trinity  (German) — Dufferin  cor 
Salter  Rev  Martin  Ruccius  pastor  h 
360  Dufferin 

St  John’s — 'College  cor  McKenzie  Rev  F 
Winger  pastor  h  477  College 
St  Paul’s — -Montcalm  s  e  cor  Tweed 
(Elm)  Rev  Henry  W  Kahre  pastor  h 
422  Tweed  (Elm)  . 

Winnipeg  Tabernacle — -Sargent  cor  Fur- 
by 

Zion  (Swedish) — Logan  cor  Fountain 
Rev  John  G  Dahlberg  h  372  Logan 

German  Reformed 

Salem — Andrews  n  e  cor  Burrows  Rev 
C  F  W  Graeser  pastor  h  359  Aber¬ 
deen 


292 


20 


Zion  Alexander  s  e  cor  Ellen  Rev  Ar¬ 
nold  Heineman  pastor  h  392  Alexan¬ 
der 

Hebrew 

Children  of  Israel  Synagogue — 75  Mar¬ 
tha 

Congregation — Ados  Teshuran  217  Mc¬ 
Gregor 

Hebrew  Synagogue — 325  Stella 
House  of  Abraham  (Synagogue) — Rev 
David  Mahmanson  rabbi  4  6  Charles 
House  of  Jacob  Congregation  —  49 
Schultz 

Jewish  Synagogue  685  Selkirk 
Jewish  Synagogue — Lillian  cor  Sinclair 
(Kil)  ,  , 

Rosphina  Synagogue — 81  Martha  s  e  cor 
Henry 

Schaarey  Zedek  Synagogue — William  cor 
Dagmar 

Tyipheras  Israel  Synagogue — 467  Mani¬ 
toba 

Typheras  Israel  Synagogue — 1 9?3-5  Pow¬ 
ers 

Presbyterian 

Augustine — River  Ave  s  w  cor  Royal 
Rev  G  B  Wilson  Ph  D  pastor  h  111 
Royal 

Calvin — 1-5 35  Elgin 

Carter  St — 985  Carter  (Elm) 

Clifton  St — 589  Clifton  J  B  Clyde  pastor 
h  664  Spruce 

Robertson  Memorial  —  McKenzie  cor 
Burrows  Rev  Alexander  McTaggart 
pastor  h  540  Burrows 
Ruthenian — Stella  cor  McGregor 
Free  Presbyterian — Scott  Memorial  Hall 
services  conducted  by  M  Giles 
Home  St — 318  Home  cor  Portage  Rev 
Hugh  J  Robertson  B  A  pastor  h  453 
Spence 

Jewish  Mission — 215  Jarvis  Rev  Hugo 
Spitzer  h  same 

Kildonan — Rev  Hugh  Hamilton 
King  Memorial — Kelvin  n  s  Cobourg 
(Elm) 

Knox — 297  Ellice  Rev  F  B  DuVal  D  D 
pastor  h  59  Donald  Rev  D  M  Solandt 
M  A  asst  pastor  5‘66  Maryland 
Knox — Harvard  Ave  (Transcona)  Rev 
Robert  Crockett  pastor 
Norwood — Eugenie  cor  St  Joseph  Rev 
R  J  Hay  pastor  h  156  Eugenie 
Point  Douglas — 'Macdonald  nr  Argyle 
Rev  J  S  Muldrew  r  40  Lily 
Riverview — 'Pembina  cor  Oakwood  (Ft 
R)  Rev  J  Irvine  Walker  pastor  h  343 
Balfour 

St  Andrew’s — Elgin  n  w  cor  Ellen  Rev 
A  G  Sinclair  Ph  D  pastor  li  429  Elgin 
St  Giles — Burrows  cor  Charles  Rev  W  A 
McLean  pastor  h  298  Charles 
St  John’s — 'Cathedral  cor  Charles  Rev  J 
Phillips  Jones  M  A  pastor  h  114  Ban- 
nerman  Ave 

St  Paul’s — n  s  Notre  Dame  cor  Pearl 
Rev  P  Bruce  Thornton 
St  Stephen’s — ‘Portage  Ave  cor  Spence 
Rev  C  W  Gordon  D  D  pastor  h  567 
Broadway 

Sherman  Street — 254  Sherman  Rev  A 
Chsholm  pastor 

St  James — e  s  Hampton  nr  Portage  Ave 
Rev  D  MacRae  h  631  Ashburn 
St  Vital  Mission — n  s  St  Vital  Rd  nr 
St  Mary’s  Rd 

Westminster — ‘Maryland  cor  Westmin¬ 
ster  Rev  David  Christie  M  A  pastor 
h  120  Maryland 

Methodist 

Bethel — 730  Alexander  cor  Lulu  Rev 
John  Maclean  719  Pacific 
Bethlehem — Powers  nr  Stella  Rev  F  B 
Ball  pastor  res  Wesley  College 
Broadwey — Kennedy  cor  Broadway  Rev 
W  B  Caswell  pastor  h  17  Edmonton 
Burrows  Ave  (Polish) — #61  Burrows 
Rev  Edmund  Chambers  h  470  Stella 
Epworth — 1104  Sherburn 
First — Yale  Ave  (Transcona)  Rev  Philip 
Barker  pastor 


Fort  Rouge — Wardlaw  cor  Nassau  Rev 
Geo  F  Salton  Ph  D  pastor  h  346  Spa- 
dina 

Gordon — Poplar  (Elm)  Rev  W  R 

Hughes  Ph  D  pastor  r  201  Poplar 
Maple  St — Rev  Chas  E  Somerset  pastor 
363  Pritchard 

All  People’s  Mission — 470  Stella  Rev 
W  A  Cooke  D  D  supt  h  464  Stella 
Grace — Ellice  n  w  cor  Notre  Dame  Rev 
J  E  Hughson  B  A  pastor  273  Ellice 
Kildonan — n  s  Kilbride  nr  Main  Rev  C 
W  Finch  pastor  h  222  Burran  Boul 
King  Edward — 272  King  Edward  (St  J) 
Rev  F  Marlett  Bellsmith  pastor 
MacDougall  Memorial — 931  Main  nr  Sel¬ 
kirk  Rev  R  A  Scarlett  pastor  h  309 
Church 

Maryland  Street — Maryland  cor  Sargent 
A  Hamilton  B  A,  D  D  pastor  h  572 
Maryland 

Norwood — Marion  cor  St  Joseph  Rev 
T  W  Bailey  162  Marion 
Regent’s  Park — 154  Ellesmere  (Nor) 
Rev  R  A  Hoey  pastor 
Rosedale — Rev  Chas  Morgan  pastor  h 
'525  Rosedale 

Robertson  Memorial — s  s  Burrows  cor 
McKenzie  Rev  A  M  McTaggart  pas¬ 
tor 

Morse  Place — (E  Kil)  Rev  A  Rose  pas¬ 
tor  h  Wesley  College 
Siparling — Ross  n  e  cor  Worth  Rev  R  A 
Swyers  pastor  h  1609  Elgin 
St  John’s — Poison  cor  Charles  Rev  J  W 
Churchill  M  A  pastor  h  231  Poison 
Stella  Ave — Rev  E  Chambers  pastor  464 
Stella 

Sturgeon  Creek — Rev  H  Whiteley  pastor 
h  Harcourt  St  (St  J) 

Sutherland — Rev  Harry  Atkinson  pastor 
464  Stella 

Wesley — William  s  e  cor  Juno  Rev  G  F 
McCullogh  pastor  h  526  Bannatyne 
Young— -Broadway  and  Furby  Rev  Rich¬ 
ard  W'hiting  B  A  pastor  h  257  Furby 
Zion — ‘Pacific  Ave  w  of  Princess  Rev 
J  L  Batty  pastor  h  Parsonage 

Congregational 

Central  Congregational  Church  —  Har¬ 
grave  cor  Qu’Apipelle  Rev  J  L  Gordon 
pastor  h  366  Hargrave,  Rev  Ernest 
R  Weeks  associate  r  509  Balmoral 
Crescent  Congregational  Church  Mc¬ 
Millan  s  w  cor  Aynsley  Rev  J  G  Hind- 
ley  pastor  h  325  Lilac 
Roumanian — 46  Charles 
St  James  Park — Home  nr  Portage  Rev 
E  Whitehouse  pastor  r  211  Furby 
Mormon 

Reorganized  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of 
Latter  Day  Saints  —  932  Sherbrook 
Alex  F  Henderson  pastor  h  217  Lip- 
ton 

Reorganized  Church  of  Latter  Day 
Saints — 247  Kensington 

Roman  Catholic 

Most  Rev  L  P  Adelard  Langevin  (O  M 
I)  Archbishop  of  St  Boniface 
Holy  Ghost  (Polish) — 35‘5  Selkirk  Rev 
Father  F  B  Kowalski  O  M  I  parish 
priest  h  341  Selkirk 
Immaculate  Conception — 191  Austin  Rev 
A  A  Cherrier  parish  priest  h  191  Aus¬ 
tin 

New  Assumption  —  Liola  (Transcona) 
Rev  Father  Lee  rector 
Ruthenian — McGregor  cor  Stella  Rev 
Emanuel  Krasicki  pastor  h  115  Mc¬ 
Gregor 

St  Boniface  Cathedral — Tache  Ave  cor 
Cathedral  (St  Bon)  Right  Rev  Msgr 
Francois  Az  Dugas  rector  li  Arch¬ 
bishop’s  Palace 

St  Edward’s — Arlington  cor  Notre  Dame 
Rev  A  Gerritsma  pastor  h  same 
St  George  Syrian  Catholic  Church — 79 
Barber  Rev  A  Catton  pastor 
St  Ignatius — Hugo  and  Jessie  (Ft  R) 
Rev  John  Coffey  (S  J)  pastor  h  476 
McMillan 


293 


St  Joseph’s  (German) — 492  College  Ave 
Father  Paul  Hilland  iparish  priest  h 
493  College 

St  Mary’s — St  Mary’s  cor  Hargrave  Rev 
Chas  Cahill  O  M  I  parish  priest  h  353 
St  Mary’s 

St  Mary’s  (Polish) — 3/61  Burrows  Ave 
Rev  Alfonso  Markiewicz  pastor  h 
377  Alfred 

St  Nicholas  (Ruthenian) — McGregor  cor 
Stella  Rev  Filipow  Athanasius  parish 
priest  h  612  Flora 

Sacred  Heart  (French) — Bannatyne  s  w 
cor  Lydia  Rev  Father  Xiste  Porte- 
lance  parish  /priest  Kate  s  w  cor  Mc- 
Derrsot 

Salvation  Army  Divisional  Headquarters 

Citadel  cor  Rupert  and  King  Major 
McLean  provincial  officer  Staff  Cap¬ 
tain  Peacock  Chancellor  Capt  Sydney 
Cox  cashier  Staff  Capt  E  Trudge  im¬ 
migration  sec  Adjt  A  Bristow  asst 
immigration  sec  Capt  W  Marsland  im¬ 
migration  officer 

Local  Corps 

No  1 — Ruipert  and  King  Adjt  Merritt 
No  2 — 229  Pritchard  Capt  Muttart 
No  3 — 669  Elgin  Capt  Veigle 
No  4  (Swedish) — 391  Logan  Adjutant 
Larson 

No  5— Queen  St  (St  J)  Capt  Mardall 
Industrial  Home  —  Adjutant  Andrews 
matron  220  Arlington 
Grace  Hospital — Staff  Capt  Mrs  Payne 
Relief  Store — 440  Logan  Adjt  S  Black¬ 
burn 

Men’s  Social  Headquarters — 259  Foun¬ 
tain  Staff  Cant  E  Simms  supt 
Men’s  Metropole — 259  Fountain 
Domestics’  Home — 241  Balmoral  Adjt 
Mrs  Bristow  matron 

Unitarian 

All  Souls — Westminster  and  Furby  Rev 
Horace  Westwood  B  D,  Ph  B,  pastor 
First  (Icelandic) — iSherbrook  cor  Sar¬ 
gent  Rev  Gudmundur  Arnason  pastor 
h  533  Agnes 

Miscellaneous  Churches  and  Missions 

Alfred  Avenue  (German)  732  Alfred 
Apostolic  Faith  Mission — 221  and  228 
King  and  283  Logan 

Christian  Science  Meeting  House — 310 
Notre  Dame  Services  on  Sunday  at  11 
a  m  and  7pm  Wednesdays  8pm 
Christian  Bros  Home — Rev  Bro  Andrew 
Kurner  prin  220  Hargrave 
Christian  Science  Church — River  n  e 
cor  Nassau 

Christian  Church  (Disciples)  48o  Sher- 
brook  Rev  A  N  Simpson  B  A  pastor 
Christian  Church — 149  Arlington 
Christian  Science  Free  Reading  Room- 
Miss  E  M  McLean  supt  445  Somerset 
Bik 

Church  of  Christ  (Disciples) — 203  Mar¬ 
jorie  (St  J) 

Church  of  Christ — -Sherbrook  n  w  cor 
Sargent  „  „ 

Church  of  Christ — Pacific  w  of  Kee- 
watin  Rev  Wm  F  Neal  pastor 
Ebenezer  Hall — 231  Martin  (Elm) 

Elim  Chapel — Ellice  Ave  nr  Beverley 
First  Spiritualist  Church — 371  Poison 
First  Spiritualistic — 401  Ross,  332  Lo¬ 
gan  and  47  Inkster 

Gospel  Hall  (Methodist) — 255  Princess 
Rev  T  H  Salter  pastor 
Holiness  Movement — 344  Ross 
Norwegian  Mission  Society — e  s  Spruce 
Pentecostal  Holiness  Mission — 311  Lo¬ 
gan 

St  Nicholas — '612  Flora 
Scandinavian  Mission  Church  —  Logan 
cor  Ellen  Rev  J  Sallstrom  pastor  h 
266  Ellen 

Scott  Memorial  Hall — 216  Princess 
Scott  (Margaret)  Mission  Home  —  99 
George 

Skjaldborg  (Icelandic) — 57-6  Burnell 
Spiritual  Research  Mission — 713  Lipton 


Swedish  Mission  —  4/63  Newton  (Elm) 
Rev  Henry  J  Haarsma  rector 
Welsh — Wpg  Business  College  Rev  H  W 
Griffith  pastor  h  549  Langside 
Zion  Reformed  Church — Rev  Arnold  A  K 
Heineman  pastor  392  Alexander 

THE  MORAL  AND  SOCIAL  REFORM 
COUNCIL  OF  MANITOBA 

Secretary’s  Office  —  702  Builders’  Ex¬ 
change 

General  Officers 

Honorary  President  for  Canada — Most 
Rev  S  P  Matheson,  D.D.,  LL.D. 
Honorary  President  for  Manitoba — Sir 
William  Whyte 

President — Rev.  Charles  W.  Gordon,  D,- 
.D.  LL.D.,  F.R.S.'C. 

Vice-Presidents — 

Arthur  W.  Puttee,  ex-M.P. 

Hon.  L.  A.  Preud’homme 
Rev.  Jas.  L.  Gordon,  D.D. 

Treasurers — 

Arthur  M.  Fraser,  M.A. 

Col.  J.  B.  Mitchell 
Secretary — W.  W.  Buchanan 
Field  Secretary — Rev.  Robt.  Aylward, 
M.A. 

DIOCESE  OF  RUPERT’S  LAND 

Synod  Officers 

President — His  Grace  the  Archbishop  of 
Rupert’s  Land,  D.D.,  D.C.L.,  Bishop’s 
Court,  Winnipeg,  Man. 

Chancellor  John  A  Machray,  B.A.,  LL.B., 
Barrister-at-Law,  Winnipeg. 
Secretaries — 

Rev.  Canon  Jeffery,  M.A.,  BJD.,  Sec¬ 
retary  treasurer 

J.  G.  Dagg,  Winnipeg,  honorary  lay 
secretary 

Auditors — W.  A.  Henderson  Co.,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

CONGREGATIONAL  CHURCH  EX¬ 
TENSION  SOCIETY  OF  WEST¬ 
ERN  CANADA  (Incorporated) 
Board  of  Directors 

President — Arthur  Wickson 
Vice-president — James  Hooper 
Treasurer — Fred  G.  Hamilton 
Minute  Sec. — Charles  G  Stewart 
Gen.  Sec. — »Rev  Edgar  Whitehouse 
Arthur  Congdon 
G.  A.  iGlines 
Rev.  J.  L.  Gordon,  D.D. 

Allan  L.  MacLean 
J.  J.  Wallace 

MANITOBA  &  SASKATCHEWAN 
BIBLE  SOCIETY 

184  Alexander  East 
President — Thomas  Ryan 
Vice-President — Edward  Brown 
Secretary-Treasurer — 'Rev  E.  J.  B.  Sal¬ 
ter 

Depositary — Rev.  Peter  McGregor,  Alex¬ 
ander  near  Martha 

BAPTIST  UNION  OF  WESTERN 
CANADA 

34/5  Somerset  Blk 

General  Secretary — J.  F.  McIntyre,  P. 
O.  Box  118 

Treasurer — H.  B.  Stiles 

BAPTIST  CONVENTION  OF 
MANITOBA 

345  Somerset  Blk 

Superintendent  —  J.  N.  MacLean,  P.O. 
Box  118 

BAPTIST  WOMEN’S  MISSIONARY 
SOCIETY  OF  WESTERN  CANADA 

President — Mrs  Dunbar  Hudson 
Recording  Sec. — Mrs.  C  .  D.  Stovel 
Treasurer — .Mrs  J.  F.  McIntyre 


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MANITOBA  SUNDAY  SCHOOL  ASSO¬ 
CIATION 

W.  H.  Irwin,  General  Supt.  and  Secre¬ 
tary,  62  Scott  Block,  Winnipeg: 

Officers 

Honorary  President — J.  A.  M.  Aikins, 
K.C.  M.P.,  Winnipeg 
Honorary  Vice-Presidents — 

Mrs  E.  A.  Alexander,  iNewdale 
Edward  Brown,  Winnipeg 
•S.  L.  Head,  Winnipeg 
Member  International  Committee  —  T. 
Gordon  Russel,  Winnipeg 
Alternate — T.  H.  Patrick,  Souris 
President — W.  H.  Thomson  Portage  la 
Prairie 

Vice-Presidents — 

C.  S.  B.  Burley,  Portage  la  Prairie 
A.  Jardine  Winnipeg 
Peter  Lamont,  Brandon 
R.  G.  Taylor,  Swan  River 
General  Supt.  and  Secy. — W.  H.  Irwin, 
Winnipeg 

Recording  Secretary — Thos.  Davie,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

Treasure — B.  G.  Crealock,  Burnside 
Auditor — Geo.  Carter,  Portage  la  Prairie 
Editor-in-Chief — W.  H.  Irwin,  Winnipeg 
Superintendents  of  Departments 
Elementary — Miss  Helen  Palk,  Winnipeg 
Temperance — Rev.  W.  E.  Egan,  Fox- 
warren 

Teacher  Training  and  Reading  Circle — 
Hugh  C.  Leggat,  Winnipeg 
Organized  Adult  Classes  W.  P.  Rundle, 
Winnipeg 

Home — Mrs.  J.  W.  Crawford,  Pipestone 
Secondary  Division — Hugh  C.  Leggat, 
Winnipeg 

J.B.R. — Rev  Chas.  Morgan,  Winnipeg. 
Missionary — R.  S.  Henderson,  Winnipeg 
Religious  Census — J.  D.  McCuaig,  Port¬ 
age  la  Prairie 

Ways  and  Means  —  J.  B.  McCracken, 
Winnipeg 

YOUNG-  MEN’S  CHRISTIAN  ASSOCIA¬ 
TION 

The  Young  Men’s  Christian  Associa¬ 
tion  of  the  City  of  Winnipeg  is  or¬ 
ganized  by  branches  under  a  Board 
of  Directors  It  is  supported  and  man¬ 
ned  for  the  purpose  of  “Manhood 
Building.”  The  metropolitan  office  is 
301  Vaughan  St. 

Officers  and  Directors 
President — D.  W.  McKerchar 
Vice-President — 'Geo.  N.  Jackson 
Treasurer — F.  S.  Harstone 
Recording  Secretary — Jas.  G.  Dagg 
R.  Crawford 
A.  L.  Crossin 

D.  J.  Dyson 

F.  C.  Hamilton 
W.  L.  Parrish 

Dr.  Manley  Bowles 
Rev.  James  Elliott,  D.D. 

Jabez  Miller 

G.  F.  Stephens 
Edward  Brown 
R.  N.  Lowery 
J.  P.  Frith 

R.  R.  Gallagher 
W.  A.  Mackie 
Wm.  Pearson 

H.  B.  Thompson 

Advisory  Board 
J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  K.C. 

J.  H.  Ashdown 

Hon.  C.  H.  Campbell,  K.C. 

J.  T.  Gordon 

E.  D.  Martin 

F.  J.  McIntyre 
Thomas  Ryan 
W.  C.  Clark 

Committee  of  Management 

Geo.  N.  Jackoon,  chairman 
F.  C.  Hamilton 
Jas.  C.  Dagg 


Edwin  Loftus 
J.  H.  Baird 
J.  H.  Curie 
Robt.  Shaw 
Chas.  E.  Stockdill 
R.  R.  Gallagher 
N.  J.  Black 
R.  F.  McWilliams 
Alex.  Burgess 

Executive  Porce 

T.  D.  Patton,  general  secretary 
W.  C.  Benson,  business  secretary 
H.  R.  Hadcock  physical  director 
W.  A.  Smethurst  asst,  physical  director 

G.  A.  Carson  asst,  physical  director 
Thos.  Dickinson,  asst,  physical  director 
W.  A.  Wilkinson,  educational  director 
J.  M.  MacKendrick,  religious  work  sec¬ 
retary 

C.  F.  Hynes,  advisory  and  employment 
secretary 

W.  H.  Moor,  boys’  work  secretary 

P.  J.  Legge,  asst  boys’  worK  secretary 

Geo.  Freethy 

Fred  Gallagher 

W.  E.  Burnham 

M.  E.  Fraser 

W.  W.  McAllister 

J.  E.  West 

YOUNG  WOMEN’S  CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 
of  the  City  of  Winnipeg 

Ellice  Ave.  West. 

Officers 

President — Mrs.  Edward  Brown 
First  Vice-President — 

Second  Vice-President — Mrs.  W.  E.  Mil¬ 
ner 

Third  Vice-President — Mrs.  J.  Halpenny 
Fourth  Vice-President — Mrs  J.  K.  Bruce 
Recording  Secretary  and  Corresponding 
Secretary — Mrs.  R.  C.  Shame 
Treasurer— Dr.  Mary  E.  Crawford 
General  Secretary — 'Miss  Nellie  Elliott 

Secretaries 

Miss  Nellie  Elliott,  general  secretary 
Miss  Kate  Wilson,  business  secretary 
Miss  Annie  Redmond  household  science 
director 

Miss  Olga  Eckwurzel,  physical  director 
Miss  E.  Grace  Brooking,  extension  sec¬ 
retary 

Miss  J.  Budd,  house  secretary 


“BOY  SCOUTS — BADEN  POWELL” 

Patron — ;Sir  Douglas  C.  Cameron,  K.C.- 
M.G.,  Lieut.-Governor  of  Manitoba 
Provincial  Commissioner  —  Col.  S.  B. 

Steele,  C.B.,  M.V.O.,  A.D.C. 

Deputv  Prov.  Com. — Jas.  A.  Hesketh 
Prov.  Secretary — W.  A.  Bartlett,  606  Mc- 
Dermot  Ave. 

Iiocal  Association 

Honorary  President — 'Mayor  Deacon 
President — W.  H.  Moor 
Vice-President — A.  C.  Merrett 
Secretary — Percy  T.  Cox,  P.O.  Box  1495 
Boys’  Div.,  Vaughan  St.  Y.M.C.A. 

BOYS  BRIGADE  (WINNIPEG) 

President — H.  M.  Urquhart 
Secretary — G.  W.  Downie 

ALL  SAINTS  CADET  CORPS 

Headquarters:  All  Saints’  Church 

ST.  BONIFACE  COLLEGE  CADET 
CORPS 

Headquarters  same 

ST.  MARGARET’S  CADET  CORPS 

Headquarters:  St.  Margaret’s  Church 


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LIBRARIES 

Carnegie  Public  Library 

William  corner  Dagmar 

Opened  October  11,  1905 
Number  of  Volumes— 78,000 
Librarian — J.  H.  McCarthy 
Asst.  Librarian — Miss  H.  E.  Jackson 
Secretary — Miss  S.  Beattie 
Reference  Dept. — Rev.  R.  C.  Johnstone 
Supt.  Juvenile  Dept. — Miss  M.  Houston 
Supt.  Branch  Libraries — .Miss  B.  Pater¬ 
son 

Stenographer — Miss  F.  M.  Eddy 

Open  week  days  from  9.30  a.m.  to  9.30 
p.m..  Summer  season,  8  p.m. 

Open  Sundays  and  holidays  (except 
Victoria,  Dominion  and  Christmas  days) 
the  reading  room,  from  2  p.m.  to  9  p.m. 
Branches — having  2,000  each 
No.  1—988  Main 
No.  2 — 300  Nairn,  Elmwood 
No.  3 — Portage  Ave.  cor  Sherbrook 


No.  4 — 116  Osborne  (Ft.  Rouge) 

No.  5 — 888  Logan  (Weston) 

No.  6 — -Cor.  Grosvenor  and  Stafford  (Ft. 
Rouge) 

No.  7 — 830  Notre  Dame 
No.  8 — 414  Main 

No.  9 — Cor.  Rosedale  and  Pembina 
N^  10 — Cor  Arlington 

Lang,  W.  Or.,  Marion,  n  e  cor  Tache 
(Nor.) 

Medical,  811-814  Boyd  Bldg. 

Law  Society,  Court  House 

McIntosh  Circulating — 309  Portage  Ave. 

David  McIntosh,  prop 
Provincial — Parliament  Buildings,  J.  P. 
Robertson,  Provincial  Librarian 

WINNIPEG  MUSEUM  OP  PINE  ARTS 

Industrial  Bureau  Building 
Curator — Donald  Macquarrie 


PART  III. 

Miscellaneous  Information 


WINNIPEG  BOARD  OF  TRADE 

Officers,  Council  and  Committees 
Past  Presidents 

1879  Hon.  A.  G.  B.  Bannatyne  (de¬ 
ceased) 

18-80  A.  F.  Eden 

1881  W.  H.  Lyon  (deceased) 

1882  Jos.  Mulholland  (deceased) 

1883  C.  J.  Brydges  (deceased) 

1884-6  Kenneth  McKenzie 

1887  J.  H.  Ashdown 

1888  George  F.  Galt 

1889  James  Redmond 

1890  R.  J.  Wh’itla  (deceased) 

1891  Stephen  Nairn  (deceased) 

1892  J.  E.  Steen 

1893  F.  W.  Stobart 

1894  W.  B.  Scarth  (deceased) 

1895  R.  T.  Riley 

1896  F.  H.  Matthewson 

1897  D.  W.  Bole 

1898  A.  M.  Nanton 
1.899  E.  L.  D"ewry 

1900  D.  K.  Elliott 

1901  Wm.  Georgeson 

1902  John  Russell  (deceased) 

1903  G.  R.  Crowe 

1904  H.  W.  Hutchinson 

1905  A.  L.  Johnson 

1906  A.  Strang 

1907  (part  of)  G.  F.  Carruthers 

1907- 8  J.  B.  Persse 

1908- 9  iH.  M.  Belcher 

1909- 10  E.  D.  Martin 

1910- 11  F.  W.  Drewry 

1911- 12  H.  Bruce  Gordon 

1912- 13  E.  A.  Mott 

Officers  for  1914 
John  Stovel.  President 
M.  F.  Christie,  Vice-President 
A.  L.  Johnson,  Treasurer 

C.  N.  Bell,  Secretary 

Council 

E.  A.  Mott 

,T.  E.  A.  Wildmann 

V.  W.  Drewry 
R.  Driscoll 

H.  Bruce  Gordon 
G.  M.  Piack 

W.  J.  Boyd 

A.  K.  Godfrey 
W  .T.  Bulman 
G.  V.  Hastings 
R.  W.  Paterson 

D.  J.  Dyson 
D.  E.  Sprague 
D.  E.  Wji’iams 
.T.  H.  Ashdown 
R.  Campbell 


Note — By  the  By-laws  of  the  Board,  all 
chairman  of  the  standing  committees 
are  ex-officio  members  of  the  Council 
Board  of  Arbitrators 
T.  D.  Robinson,  Chairman 
G.  F.  Carruthers 
K.  MacKenzie 
G  J.  Maulson 
J.  B.  Persse 
R.  T.  Riley 
A.  Macdonald 
R.  Driscoll 
Wm.  Brydon 

F.  W.  Adams 
Alex.  Reid 

T.  A.  Anderson 

G.  R.  Crowe 

Grain  and  Milling 

W.  L.  Parrish,  Chairman.  All  members 
engaged  in  the  grain  and  milling  busi- 

Agricultural  Implements 

J.  M.  Reid,  Chairman.  All  members  en¬ 
gaged  in  the  implement  trade. 

Insurance  Matters 

G.  N.  Jackson,  Chairman.  D.  K.  El¬ 
liott,  J.  H.  Ashdown,  J.  E.  Holland, 
W.  J.  Boyd,  A.  C.  Bulling,  E.  E. 
Hall,  M.  F.  Christie,  M.  G.  Broder, 
J.  C.  Falls,  Thos.  Bruce. 

Legislation  and  Civis  Affairs 
W.  Sanford  Evans,  Chairman.  W.  J. 
Bulman,  J.  H.  Ashdown,  T.  R.  Deacon, 
Geo.  Munro,  E.  D.  Martin,  T.  D.  Robin¬ 
son,  G.  F.  Galt,  D.  J.  Dyson,  H.  M. 
Belcher,  W.  A.  Matheson,  A.  L.  Cros¬ 
sin,  D.  E.  Sprague. 

Shippers’  Section 

E.  D.  Martin,  Chairman.  R.  W.  Pater¬ 
son,  J.  G.  McIntosh,  R.  R.  Scott,  R. 
Laing,  T.  D.  Robinson,  H.  Bruce  Gor¬ 
don,  J.  H.  Ashdown,  H.  W.  Hutchin¬ 
son,  F.  W.  Drewry,  J.  C.  Macnab,  J.  H. 
Parkhill,  C.  R.  Gordon,  M.  F.  Christie, 
J.  Y.  Reid,  H.  M.  Agnew,  J.  E.  A. 
Wildman,  A.  L.  Johnson. 

Manufacturers 

J.  H.  Parkhill,  Chairman.  F.  W.  Drewry, 
D.  E.  Sprague,  G.  W.  Erb,  W.  A.  Mac¬ 
Leod,  G.  W.  Murray,  John  Stovel,  W. 
J.  Bulman,  Peter  Lyall,  T.  R.  Deacon, 
R.  W.  Paterson,  J.  E.  A.  Wildman,  A. 
Noden,  H.  J.  Hardie,  H.  M.  Agnew. 
Commercial  Education 
E.  D.  Martin,  Chairman.  W.  Sanford 
Evans,  G.  S.  Laing,  J.  A.  Machray, 
W.  A.  Matheson,  W.  H.  Gardner,  A. 
Congdon,  E.  A.  Mott,  W.  J.  Bulman. 


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Postal  Matters 

H.  M.  Belcher,  Chairman.  John  Stovel,  ; 
J.  C.  Falls,  W.  M.  Carson,  John  A.  Hart  j 

Customs  Matters 

H.  W.  Hutchinson,  Chairman.  W.  G. 
Bell,  W.  V.  Gordon,  D.  H.  Hudson, 
G.  V.  Dingle. 

Membership  Committee 
A.  L.  Crossin,  Chairman.  E.  A.  Mott, 

J.  H.  Parkhill,  G.  N.  Jackson,  H.  Bruce 
Gordon,  Walter  H.  Little,  C.  Gordon, 
Geo.  S.  Laing,  A.  W.  Allyn,  R.  H. 
Hamlin,  W.  L.  Ball,  F.  H.  Stewart, 

J.  H.  Willard,  H.  J.  Hardie,  E.  E.  Hall, 
O.  B.  Knight,  T.  Bruce,  W.  Grassie, 
W.  S.  Fallis. 

Winnipeg  Industrial  Bureau 

G.  N.  Jackson,  W.  L.  Parrish 

Board  of  Grain  Examiners 
N.  Bawlf,  G.  R.  Crowe,  G.  V.  Hastings, 
W.  W.  McMillan,  S.  Spink. 

Dominion  Board  of  Grain  Examiners 
S.  Spink,  A.  R.  Hargraft,  N.  Bawlf,  G.  V. 
Hastings. 

Board  of  Flour  and  Meal  Examiners 

G.  V.  Hastings,  S.  Spink,  S.  A.  McGaw, 
W.  A.  Matheson. 

Board  of  Hide  and  Leather  Examiners 

All  members  engaged  in  the  hide  and 
leather  business. 


WINNIPEG  GRAIN  EXCHANGE 

The  Winnipeg  Grain  Exchange  is  by 
far  the  largest  and  most  important  one 
in  the  Dominion  of  Canada  today,  and 
occupies  a  magnificent  exchange  build¬ 
ing  in  which  is  most  satisfactorily 
handled  the  ever-increasing  volume  of 
business  created  by  the  enormous  crops  I 
of  Manitoba  and  the  Northwest  Terri¬ 
tories. 

Although  the  Exchange’s  future  trad¬ 
ing  market  has  not  been  long  in  exist¬ 
ence,  its  quotations  are  regularly  sup¬ 
plied  by  the  telegraph  companies  to  the 
leading  grain  and  produce  associations 
of  Canada,  Great  Britain  and  the  United 
States,  upon  whose  quotations  they  ex 
ert  a  strong  influence. 

Past  Presidents 

John  Fleming,  1908;  Hugh  N.  Baird, 
1908-09;  George  Fisher,  1909-10;  A.  D. 
Chisholm,  1910-11;  Donald  Morrison, 
1911-12;  Andrew  Kelly,  1912-13. 

Officers,  1914 

Alvin  K.  Godfrey,  president;  S.  T.  Smith, 
vice-president;  Chas.  N.  Bell,  secre¬ 
tary-treasurer. 

Council 

W.  A.  Anderson,  W.  R.  Bawlf,  T.  Brodie, 
Geo.  Fisher,  J.  C.  Gage,  G.  V.  Hastings, 
David  Horn,  Andrew  Kelly,  W.  E.  Mil¬ 
ner,  Donald  Morrison,  Thos.  Thomp¬ 
son. 

Committee  of  Arbitration 

H.  N.  Baird,  G.  R.  Crowe,  John  Fleming, 
A.  R.  Hargraft,  F.  N.  McLaren,  W.  L. 
Parrish,  A.  C.  Ruttan. 

Committee  of  Appeals 

E.  W.  Kneeland.  W.  A.  Matheson,  S.  A. 
McGaw,  W.  W.  McMillan,  E.  S.  Par¬ 
ker,  S.  Spink,  C.  Tilt 


CANADIAN  INDUSTRIAL  EXHIBI¬ 
TION  ASSOCIATION 
Winnipeg 

Offices:  Chambers  of  Commerce 

Patrons 

His  Royal  Highness,  the  Duke  of  Con¬ 
naught,  K.G.,  K.T.,  K.P.,  LL.D.,  Gov¬ 
ernor-General  of  Canada. 

The  Right  Hon.  Lord  Strathcona  and 
Mount  Royal,  G.C.M.G.,  Etc.,  High 
Commissioner  of  Canada. 


Honorary  Directors 

Sir  Douglas  C.  Cameron,  K.C.M.G.,  Lieu¬ 
tenant-Governor  of  Manitoba 
Hon.  R.  L.  Borden,  Sir  R.  ,  P.  Roblin, 
Hon.  Robt.  Rogers,  Sir  Daniel  McMil¬ 
lan,  Sir  Thos.  Shaughnessy,  Sir  Wm. 
McKenzie,  E.  J.  Chamberlin,  John  C. 
Eaton. 

Directors 

President — Sir  Wm.  Whyte 
Vice-President — F.  J.  C.  Cox 
Treasurer — W.  H.  Evanson 
Manager  and  Secretary — A.  W.  Bell 
Sir  Douglas  C.  Cameron,  Hon.  Geo. 
Lawrence,  W.  J.  Boyd  William  Bry- 
don,  F.  W.  Drewry,  W.  T.  McMil¬ 
lan,  G.  F.  Galt,  G.  H.  Miner,  G.  H. 
Greig,  C.  W.  Graham,  A.  C.  McRae, 

E.  A.  Mott,  Prof.  F.  W.  Broderick, 
D.  E.  iSprague,  H.  G.  Spurgeon,  Hugh 
Sutherland,  Jas.  Bray,  A.  J.  Mackay, 
Wm.  Martin,  W.  Rutherford,  C.  W. 
Sharp,  J.  J.  Wisliart.  F.  H.  Wieneke, 
Dr.  Chas.  Little,  Principal  W.  J. 
Black,  Mayor  T.  R.  Deacon,  Cont.  J.  W. 
Cockburn,  Cont.  F.  J.  G.  McArthur, 
Cont.  D.  McLean,  Cont.  C.  Midwinter, 
Aid.  A.  L.  Bond.  Aid.  G.  R.  Crowe,  Aid. 
W.  J.  Long,  Aid.  W.  R.  Milton,  Aid. 
R.  J.  Shore,  Aid.  T.  Stefanik,  Aid.  J.  J. 
Wallace,  Prof.  W.  J.  Mitchell. 

STANDING  COMMITTEES 
Executive  Committee 

Sir  Wm.  Whyte  (chairman),  F.  J.  C. 
Cox,  A.  A.  Gilroy,  Geo.  H.  Greig,  A.  C. 
McRae,  E.  A.  Mott,  D.  E.  Sprague,  W. 
J.  Boyd,  Mayor  T.  R.  Deacon,  Cont. 
J.  W.  Cockburn,  Cont.  W.  G.  Douglas, 
Cont.  D.  MacLean,  Cont.  C.  Midwinter, 
W.  H.  Evanson,  Aid.  R.  J.  Shore. 

Finance  Committee 

Sir  Wm.  Whyte  (chairman),  F.  J.  C. 
Cox,  A.  A.  Gilroy,  Geo.  H.  Greig,  D.  E. 
Sprague,  Mayor  T.  R.  Deacon,  Cont. 
W.  G.  Douglas,  Cont.  J.  W.  Cockburn, 
Cont.  D.  McLean,  Cont.  C.  Midwinter. 

Grounds  and  Buildings 

Wm.  Brydon  (chairman,  Buildings),  Aid. 
R.  J.  Shore  (chairman,  Grounds),  Sir 
Wm.  Whyte.  F.  W.  Drewry,  G.  H. 
Greig,  Dr.  Chas.  Little.  E.  A.  Mott, 
A.  C.  McRae,  H.  G.  Spurgeon,  Aid.  G. 
R.  Crowe,  Aid.  T.  Stefanik,  Aid  J.  J. 
Wallace,  Wm.  Martin,  Prin.  W.  J. 
Black,  Prof.  F.  W.  Broderick,  Prof. 
W.  J.  Mitchell. 

Attractions  Committee 

F.  W.  Drewry  (chairman),  F.  J.  C.  Coc, 
W.  J.  Boyd,  G.  F.  Galt,  D.  E.  Sprague, 
Aid.  A.  L.  Bond,  Aid.  W.  J.  Long,  Aid. 
J.  J.  Wallace,  C.  W.  Sharp. 

Printing  and  Advertising 

A.  E.  Mott  (chairman),  Sir  Wm.  Whyte, 

F.  J.  C.  Cox,  W.  Sanford  Evans,  G.  F. 
Galt,  G.  H.  Greig,  C.  W.  Graham,  H.  G. 
Spurgeon,  Aid.  A.  L.  Bond,  Aid.  G.  R. 
Crowe,  Aid.  W.  J.  Long,  Prin.  W.  J 
Black,  Hon.  Geo.  Lawrence,  Prof.  W.  J. 
Mitchell. 

Prize  List  Committee 

G.  H.  Greig  (chairman),  W.  J.  Boyd,  Sir 
D.  C.  Cameron,  W.  Sanford  Evans,  C. 
W.  Graham,  Dr.  Chas.  Little,  A.  C. 
McRae,  Hugh  Sutherland,  Aid.  W.  R. 
Milton,  Aid.  R.  J.  Shore,  Aid.  T.  Ste¬ 
fanik,  Hon.  Geo.  Lawrence,  Prin.  W.  J. 
Black,  Prof.  F.  W.  Broderick,  Prof. 
J.  W.  Mitchell,  Wm.  Martin,  Jas.  Bray, 
A.  J.  Mackay,  W.  Rutherford,  C.  W. 
Sharp,  J.  J.  Wishart,  F.  H.  Weineke. 

Gates  and  Tickets 

D.  E.  Sprague  (chairman),  Sir  Wm. 
Whyte,  Wm.  Brydon,  Hugh  Suther¬ 
land,  Aid.  A.  L.  Bond,  Aid.  G.  R. 
Crowe,  Aid.  T.  Stefanik. 


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Exhibit  Committee 

W.  J.  Boyd  (chairman),  Wm.  Brydon, 
'Sir  D.  C.  Cameron,  W.  Sanford  Evans, 

G.  F.  Galt,  E.  A.  Mott,  Aid.  J.  J. 
Wallace,  Aid.  W.  R.  Milton,  Aid.  W.  J. 
Long,  Wm.  Martin,  Prin.  W.  J.  Black, 
Prof.  F.  W.  Broderick,  Prof.  W.  J. 
Mitchell,  Hon.  G.  Lawrence. 

Speed  Committee 

A.  C.  McRae  (chairman),  A.  A.  Gilroy, 

C.  W.  Graham,  Dr.  Chas.  Little,  D.  E. 
'Sprague,  H.  G.  Spurgeon,  H.  Suther¬ 
land,  Aid.  W.  R.  Milton,  Hon.  Geo. 
Lawrence,  Aid.  R.  J.  Shore. 

Dog  Committee 

H.  G.  Spurgeon  (chairman),  F.  J.  C.  Cox, 
C.  W.  Graham,  Aid.  W.  R.  Milton,  A.  P. 
Mutchmor,  J.  H.  Holman,  V.  C.  Ko- 
bold,  F.  T.  Miller,  G.  P.  Stirling. 

WINNIPEG  INDUSTRIAL  BUREAU 

(Incorporated) 

Bureau  Exposition  Building,  Main  and 
Water  Streets 

A  body  of  public  spirited  men  repre¬ 
senting  twenty  business  organizations 
of  Winnipeg,  whose  object  is  the  develop¬ 
ment  of  opportunities  in  Winnipeg  and 
western  Canada 

Executive  Committee 
W.  J.  Bulman,  President. 

Wm.  Grassie,  1st  Vice-President,  Chair¬ 
man  of  Finance 

M.  F.  Christie,  2nd  Vice-President 
W.  Sanford  Evans,  Past  President 

N.  T.  MacMillan,  Past  President 

F.  W.  Heubach,  Past  President 

D.  J.  Dyson,  C.  B.  Piper,  E.  C.  Scythes, 

H.  B.  Andrews,  James  McDiarmid,  Dr. 
J.  H.  R.  Bond,  Arthur  Congdon,  C.  D. 
-Shepard,  J.  B.  Hugg,  Dr.  R.  C.  Wal¬ 
lace,  J.  Bruce  Walker,  Geo.  Wilson. 

Chas.  F.  Roland,  Commissioner-Sec. - 
Treas. 

WINNIPEG  REAL  ESTATE 
EXCHANGE 

Board  Room  and  Office,  Industrial  Bureau 
Building 

J.  S.  Evans,  Clerk  of  the  Exchange 
Allan,  Killam  &  McKay,  Ltd. 

George  W.  Andrews 
George  H.  Balls 
Bulmer,  Reid  &  Curie 
Chambre  &  Chambre 
Montague  Aldous 
Baker  &  Robinson 
Boyle  Realty  Co. 

T.  R.  Billett 
H.  S.  Champion 
A.  Childerhose 

E.  M.  Counsel! 

T.  H.  Crotty  &  Co. 

Dominion  Investment  &  Securities,  Ltd. 
Dalton  Realty  Co. 

H.  S.  Edwards  &  Co. 

Arni  Eggertson 
C.  H.  Enderton  &  Co. 

W.  B.  Fairbanks  &  Co. 

M.  Fortune  &  Co. 

Cattley  Canadian  Investment  Co.,  Ltd. 

Downing  &  Miller 

Dangerfield  &  Doolittle 

J.  A.  Dart 

T.  Fox-Decent 

Percy  W.  Newman 

Oakes-Gray  Realty,  Ltd. 

Th.  Oddson  &  Sons 
Oldfield,  Kirby  &  Gardner 
Osier,  Hammond  &  Nanton 
Parker  Realty  &  Investment  Co 
J.  B.  Pepler  &  Co. 

Notre  Dame  Investment  Co.,  Ltd. 
Neely-Rodgers  Land  Co. 

Walter  Piper  Realty  Co. 

Pattinson  &  Gunn 
Wm.  Pearson  Co.,  Ltd. 

Robinson  &  Black 
Rogers  Realty  Co.,  Ltd. 

James  Scott 

Security  Land  Co.,  Ltd. 

Shields,  Scott  &  Co 


Royal  Canadian  Agencies,  Ltd. 

G.  H.  Smith  &  Co. 

Standard  Trusts  Co. 

C.  E.  Simonite 

Simpson,  Mitchell  &  Ewing 

F.  E.  Sprague  &  Co. 

Stanbridge  Realty  Co. 

Stevenson  &  Feilde 

Fred  H.  Stewart  &  Co.,  Ltd. 

Stewart  &  Walker,  Ltd. 

J.  W.  Sherwin  &  Co. 

Security  Land  Co. 

Selkirk  Land  &  Investment  Co. 

Michael  B.  Scott 
Talbot  Realty  Co. 

Louis  Verhoeven 
Walch  Land  Co. 

Waugh  &  Beattie 

G.  E.  Simonite 
Stevenson  &  Fielde 
Hilliard  Taylor 
Voorheis  &  Lewis 

G.  H.  Walton  &  Co. 

Fry,  Smith  &  McLean 
Glines  &  Co.,  Ltd. 

Wm.  Grassie  &  Co. 

John  Haffner 

Fred  C.  Hamilton  &  Co. 

W.  W.  Hancock 

Heubach,  Finkelstein  &  Heubach 
Flanders  &  Burgess 
Gunn  &  Batten 
Goodwyn  &  Co. 

M.  R.  Grant  Realty  Co. 

J.  W.  Higgins 

Howey  Bros.,  Ltd. 

W.  A.  Kenning 
T.  J.  Langford 
Langlois  &  Co. 

Harper  &  McCrea,  Ltd. 

C.  S.  Jennison 
C.  W.  N.  Kennedy 
Reginald  Lawson  &  Co. 

Joseph  Lecomte 
Lewis  (Rowe)  &  Co. 

Liddle  Bros. 

Lowery  Bros. 

John  Macgregor  Co.,  Ltd. 

McLean  &  Grisdale,  Ltd. 

George  A.  Metcalfe 

H.  M.  Millman  — 

National  Trust  Co.,  Ltd. 

N.  T.  McMillan  Co.,  Ltd. 

MILLION  FOR  MANITOBA  LEAGUE 

An  organization  for  the  upbuilding  of 
the  agricultural,  manufacturing  and 
commercial  interests  in  Manitoba. 
Central  Executive  Offices:  Industrial 
Bureau 

Sir  Douglas  C.  Cameron,  K.C.M.G.,  patron 
Sir  William  Whyte,  hon.  president 
W.  Sanford  Evans,  president 
C.  J.  Whellams,  business  secretary 

WINNIPEG  STOCK  EXCHANGE 

Clearing  House  Room,  Merchants  Bank 
Building 

Chairman — W.  Sanford  Evans 
Vice-Chairman — W.  T.  Kirby 
Secretary  and  Treasurer — T.  R.  Billett 
Managers — H.  T.  Champion,  A.  M.  Nan- 
ton,  A.  P.  Cameron 


R.  H.  Agur 
M.  Aldous 

H.  H.  Beck 
T.  R.  Billett 
J.  E.  Botterell 
A.  P.  Cameron 
H.  T.  Champion 
W.  J.  Christie 

S.  P.  Clark 

E.  M.  Counsell 

G.  R.  Crowe 

H.  S.  Edwards 
W.  Sanford  Evans 
W.  H.  Gardner 

J.  T.  Gordon 
Cecil  S.  Gunn 

E.  E.  Hall 

F.  W.  Heubach 
W.  T.  Kirby 

M.  J.  A.  M.  de  la  ( 


R.  Lawson 
J.  J.  Lenfesty 
Chas.  E.  Lewis 
D.  H.  McDonald 
J.  C.  McGavin 
Geo.  A.  Metcalfe 
N.  T.  MacMillan 

A.  M.  Nanton 
H.  W.  Nanton 
H.  F.  Osier 

R.  R.  Pattinson 
R.  T.  Riley 
W.  P.  Rodgers 
R.  G.  Rogers 
F.  H.  Stewart 
Hugh  Sutherland 

B.  K.  Thomson 
T.  Harry  Webb 
A.  Wickson 


298 


WINNIPEG  HOUSING  AND  TOWN 
PLANNING  ASSOCIATION 

President — Wm  Pearson 
Vice-Presidents — W.  Sanford  Evans,  W. 
J.  Bulman,  N.  T.  .MacMillan,  R.  S. 
Ward,  V.  Mager,  C.  D.  Shepard,  J.  H. 
G.  Russell 

Directors — J.  D.  Atchison,  Aid.  A.  L. 
Bond,  Prof.  Brydone-Jack,  W.  J.  Bul¬ 
man,  F.  J.  Cole,  Dr.  A.  J.  Douglas, 
D.  J.  Dyson,  Harold  Edwards,  A.  C. 
Emmett,  W.  'Sanford  Evans,  J.  W. 
Harris,  V.  Mager,  N.  T.  MacMillan, 

G.  H.  Miner,  Wm.  H.  Moore,  H.  A. 
Mullins,  J.  S.  Woodworth,  Wm.  Pear¬ 
son,  G.  H.  Perkins,  R.  A.  Rigg,  Donald 
A.  Ross,  C.  D.  Shepard,  Dr.  R.  M. 
Simpson,  S.  R.  Tarr,  R.  S.  Ward 

Secretary — G.  Lyon 
Treasurer — G.  H.  Perkins 
WESTERN  CANADA  FIRE  UNDER¬ 
WRITERS’  ASSOCIATION 
Second  Floor  Travellers  Building 
Chairman — G  M.  Black 
Vice-Chairman — C.  A.  Richardson 
Secretary-Treasurer — A.  H.  S.  Stead 
Members 

Allan,  Killam  &  McKay,  Ltd. 

L.  S.  Baker 
Bell  Realty  Co. 

T.  R.  Billett 

A.  W.  Blake 

Thomas  Bruce 

Brydges  &  Waugh,  Ltd. 

F.  T.  Bryers 
George  F.  Carruthers 
W.  J.  Christie  &  Co. 

D.  Cownie 

Day,  Pettigrew  &  Martin 

M.  J.  A.  M.  de  la  Giclais 

Dominion  Investment  &  Securities  Co. 
Dominion  Trust  Co. 

Drummond  &  Nash,  Ltd. 

C.  H.  Enderton  &  Co. 

Equitable  Trust  Co. 

Frederick  K.  Foster 
Wm.  E.  Fudger 
Hamber  Webster  &  Co. 

Harris  &  Chisholm 
John  Holroyde 

Insurance  &  General  Agency,  Ltd. 

C.  W.  O.  Lane 

G.  >S.  Laing 
Reginald  Lawson 
M.  Long 

McCallum,  Hill  &  Co. 

McKee,  Carlyle  &  Garland,  Ltd. 

National  Insurance  Agencies,  Ltd. 

Notre  Dame  Investment  Co.,  Ltd. 
Oldfield,  Kirby  &  Gardner 
Osier,  Hammond  &  Nanton 

H.  E.  Passmore 
H.  D.  Patterson 
Pickering  &  Walker 
S.  N.  Richards 

C.  A.  Richardson 

C.  S.  Riley 

Robinson  &  Black 

Ross,  McMillan  &  Knight  Agency 

Royal  Canadian  Agencies,  Ltd. 

Ryan  Agency,  Ltd. 

C.  E.  Sanders 
W.  W.  Scrimes 
Smith-Fess  Agency 
Smith  Agency 
F.  H.  Stewart  &  Co.,  Ltd. 

R.  O.  Taylor 

J.  P.  Turner  &  Co. 

Voorheis  &  Lewis 
Whitlaw  &  McFadyen 
Williams-Rainey  Co.,  Ltd. 

Winnipeg  Insurance  &  Vessel  Agency 
BUILDERS’  EXCHANGE 
Tribune  Building 
Officers,  1914 
President — W.  H.  Carter 
1st  Vice-President — F.  H.  Welfley 
2nd  Vice-President — G.  W.  Sharp 
Treasurer — T.  D.  Robinson 
Secretary — A.  M.  Rose 
Directors — J.  W.  Morley,  W.  P.  Alsip, 

H.  C.  McMartin,  Thomas  Black,  T.  R. 
Deacon,  G.  W.  Murray,  J.  Bourgeault, 
W.  J.  Davidson,  Fred  Hinds,  W.  J. 
Taylor,  John  Heslip,  J.  H.  Schumacker 


WINNIPEG  GRAIN  AND  PRODUCE 
EXCHANGE  CLEARING  ASSOCIATION 

President — <S.  A.  McGaw 
Vice-President — E.  W.  Kneeland 
Secretary-Treasurer — C.  Tilt 
Manager — F.  O.  Fowler 
Assistant  Manager — E.  L.  Cavanagh 

WESTERN  CANADA  LIVE  STOCK 
UNION 

Hon.  President — Hon.  M.  Burrell,  Minis¬ 
ter  of  Agriculture,  Ottawa,  Ont. 
President — Dr.  J.  G.  Rutherford,  C.M.G., 
Calgary,  Alta. 

Vice-Presidents — And.  Graham,  Pome¬ 
roy,  Man.,  representing 

The  Horse  Breeders,  Assn,  of  Man. 
The  Cattle  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Man. 
The  Sheep  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Man. 
The  Swine  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Man. 
Hon.  W.  C.  Sutherland,  representing 
The  Horse  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Sask. 
The  Cattle  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Sask. 
The  Sheep  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Sask. 
The  Swine  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Sask. 
John  A.  Turner,  Calgary,  Alta,  repre¬ 
senting 

The  Horse  Breeders’  Assn  of  Alta. 
The  Cattle  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Alta. 
The  Sheep  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Alta. 
The  Swine  Breeders’  Assn,  of  Alta. 
Dr.  S.  F.  Tolmie,  Victoria,  B.C.,  rep¬ 
resenting  The  British  Columbia 
•Stock  Breeders’  Assn. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Dr.  A.  W.  Bell,  160 
Princess  St.,  Winnipeg. 

LIVE  STOCK  ASSOCIATIONS  OP 
MANITOBA 

Chambers  of  Commerce 
Dr.  A.  W.  Bell,  Secretary-Treasurer 
Horse  Breeders’  Association 
President — Wm.  McKurdy,  Napinka 
Vice-President — And.  Mitchell,  Hayfield 
Executive 

John  Graham,  Carberry 
A.  C.  McPhail,  Brandon 
J.  G.  Washington,  Ninga 
John  Scharff,  Hartney 

Cattle  Breeders'  Association 

President — Jas.  Dut'hie,  Hartney 
Vice-President — W.  H.  English,  Harding 
Executive 

Geo.  Allison,  Burnbank 
F.  J.  Collyer,  Wellwyn 
J.  G.  Barron,  Carberry 
James  Yule,  Winnipeg 

Sheep  Breeders’  Association 
President — A.  J.  MacKay,  Macdonald 
Vice-President — R.  L.  Lang,  Oak  Lake 
Executive 

A.  D.  Gamley,  Griswold 
W.  R.  Bowman,  Forrest 
J.  Charles  Yule,  Winnipeg 

Swine  Breeders’  Association 
President — And.  Graham,  Pomeroy 
Vice-President — R.  L.  Lang,  Brandon 
Executive 

F.  H.  Wienke,  'Stony  Mountain 
W.  H.  English,  Harding 

WINNIPEG  ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS 
SOCIETY 

President — Edward  Brown 
Vice-President — Dr.  H.  H.  Chown 
Hon.  Treasurer — Isaac  Pitblado,  P.  O. 
Box  2889 

Hon.  Secretary — Dr.  H.  J.  McDermid, 
School  for  the  Deaf 

PUBLIC  UTILITIES  COMMISSION 

535  Somerset  Block 
Cmmissioner — H.  A.  Robson,  K.C. 
Secretary — A.  Wilson  Smith 


299 


PLAYGROUNDS  COMMISSION 

Office  in  the  Industrial  Bureau 
Chairman — R.  Fletcher 
Commissioner  of  Recreation — A.  R.  Mor¬ 
rison 

Secretary — Miss  M.  K.  Knowles 

WINNIPEG  HUMANE  SOCIETY 

Office:  301  Edwin 

Under  the  patronage  of  His  Honor 
the  Lieutenant-Governor  of  Manitoba, 
His  Grace  the  Archbishop  of  Rupert’s 
Land,  His  Worship  the  Mayor  of  Win¬ 
nipeg. 

President — Walter  T.  Kirby 
Treasurer- — S.  L.  Barrowclough 
Secretary — C.  Roy  Austin 
Office:  McDermid  House  301  Edwin  St., 
Phone  Main  2324 

ROYAL  LIFE  SAVING  SOCIETY 

(Manitoba  Branch) 

Patron — H.R.H.  The  Duke  of  Connaught 
President — J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  M.P. 

Hon.  Treasurer — G.  F.  R.  Harris 
Hon.  Secretary — Percy  T.  Cox,  P.  O.  Box 
1495 

THE  DICKENS  FELLOWSHIP 

Founded  October  6th,  1902 
Winnipeg  Branch 

Patron — H.R.H.  The  Duke  of  Connaught 
Hon.  President — Rev.  C.  W.  Gordon,  D.D. 
President — 'Prof.  A.  W.  Crawford,  M.A., 
Ph.D. 

Hon.  Librarian — R.  S.  Patten,  B.A. 

Hon.  Treasurer — F.  W.  Hudson 
Hon.  Secretary — Gerald  Wade,  Suite  5 
The  Vansittart  Phone  Ft  Rouge  2193 

ELGAR  MUSICAL  SOCIETY  OP 
WINNIPEG 

Fifth  Season,  1913-1914 
Patron — H.R.H.  The  Duke  of  Connaught, 
K.G.,  K.C.M.G. 

Hon.  President — Sir  Douglas  C.  Cam¬ 
eron,  K.C.M.G. 

President — J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  K.C.,  M.P. 
Director — Ernest  E.  V'inen,  Mus.  Bac.. 

F.R.C.O.,  F.C.G.O. 

Librarian — J.  Morrison 
Hon.  Secretary — T.  H.  Wilson,  537  Ban- 
natyne  Avenue 

Rehearsals  held  in  Grace  Chruch  school¬ 
room  every  Tuesday  evening,  at  8 
o’clock 

CANADIAN  WELFARE  LEAGUE 

Office:  Room  10,  Industrial  Bureau 
Telephone  Main  6091 
President — Dr.  J.  Halpenny,  Winnipeg 
Vice-President — A.  Chevalier,  Montreal 
2nd  Vice-President — A.  T.  Cushing,  Ed* 
monton 

Treasurer — J.  H.  Brock,  Winnipeg 
Secretary — J.  S.  Woodsworth,  Winnipeg 

DENTAL  BOARD  OP  MANITOBA 

482%  Main  Street 
Board  of  Directors 
President — Dr.  G.  F.  Bush,  Winnipeg 
Secretary — Dr.  D.  M.  Ross,  Winnipeg 
Treasurer — Dr.  J.  M.  Rogers,  Boissevain 
Registrar — Dr.  H.  A.  Croll,  Souris 
Dr.  John  Dickson,  Brandon 
Dr.  M.  H.  Garvin,  Winnipeg 

BOARD  OP  EXAMINERS  IN 
OPTOMETRY 

Province  of  Manitoba.  Office  280  Lipton. 
R.  T.  Butchart,  chairman. 

H.  A.  Nott  secretarv-treasurer. 

J.  H.  Bartlett. 

F.  Leach. 

W.  A.  Robertson. 

MANITOBA  OSTEOPATHIC 
ASSOCIATION 

President — Dr.  Mary  Cornelius. 
Vice-President — Dr.  J.  H.  Dicks. 
Secretary — Dr.  G.  Glenn  Murphy 
Treasurer — Dr.  Robert  Kurth. 


ASSOCIATION  OP  MANITOBA  LAND 
SURVEYORS 

President — J.  L.  Doupe,  Winnipeg. 
Vice-President — L.  M.  Vaughan  Selkirk. 
Secretary-Treasurer — W.  B.  Young,  Land 
Titles  Office,  Winnipeg. 

MANITOBA  ASSOCIATION  OF  ARCHI¬ 
TECTS 

716  Builders  Exchange 
President — H.  E.  Matthews. 

1st  Vice-President — J.  B.  Mitchell. 

2nd  Vice-President — Donald  Ross. 
Secretary — R.  G.  Hanford,  401  Builders 
Exchange. 

Treasurer — D.  W.  F.  Nichols. 

Architectural  classes  held  for  stu¬ 
dents  Tuesdays  and  Thursdays  at  8  p.m. 
at  the  association  rooms. 

|  THE  SANITARY  INSPECTORS’  ASSO¬ 
CIATION  OP  WESTERN  CANADA 

Patron — H.  R.  H.  the  Duke  of  Connaught. 
Vice-Patron — Lord  Strathcona.  G.C.M.G. 
President — E.  W.  J.  Hague,  Assoc.  Roy. 
San.  Inst. 

Vice-Presidents — Western  Ontario,  W.  E. 
Stanley,  Assoc.  Roy.  San.  Inst.;  Man¬ 
itoba.  P.  B.  Tustin  Assoc.  Roy.  San. 
Inst.;  Saskatchewan,  Thos.  Watson, 
Assoc.  Roy.  San.  Inst.;  Alberta,  J.  J. 
Dunn  Assoc.  Roy.  San.  Inst.;  British 
Columbia,  F.  L.  Glover,  Assoc.  Roy. 
San.  Inst. 

Executive  Committee — W.  J.  T.  Watt, 
Cert.  Inc.  San.  Assoc.,  Scotland;  Ar¬ 
thur  Rigby,  Assoc.  Roy.  San.  Inst.; 
W.  F.  Thornley,  Assoc.  Roy.  San. 
Inst.;  F.  J  Johnson,  Assoc.  Roy.  San. 
Inst. 

Secretary-treasurer — Alex.  Officer,  Cert. 

Inc.  San.  Assoc.,  Scotland. 

Health  Department,  City  Hall. 

WINNIPEG  MASTER  BUILDERS’ 
ASSOCIATION 

3rd  Floor  Canada  Block 
Thomas  Kelly,  chairman 

LAKE  SHIPPERS  CLEARANCE  ASSO¬ 
CIATION 

113  Grain  Exchange 
President — Capel  Tilt. 

Vice-president — H.  T.  Swart. 

Director — A.  K.  Godfrey. 

Treasurer — John  Fleming. 

Secretary — A.  C.  Ruttan. 

General  Manager — F.  W.  Young,  Fort 
William,  Ont. 

Fort  William  Manager — J.  A.  Speers. 
Winnipeg  Manager — A.  E.  Spendlove. 

WINNIPEG  TEACHERS  ASSOCIATION 

President — R.  T.  Hodgson. 

Secretary — P.  D.  Harris. 

Treasurer — E.  J.  Motley. 

ARMY  AND  NAVY  VETERANS’  ASSO¬ 
CIATION  OF  CANADA 

Incorporated  1901,  Headquarters^  Winni¬ 
peg,  Man. 

Honorary  Patrons — Their  Majesties,  the 
King  and  Queen;  H.  R.  H.  The  Duke 
of  Connaught,  Governor  General  of 
Canada,  and  Col.  Hon.  Sam.  Hughes, 
Minister  of  Militia  and  Defence. 
Headquarters  Officers  for  1913 
Honorary  Presidents — Lt.-Col.  Sir  D.  H. 
McMillan  and  Hon.  H.  M.  Howell, 
Chief  Justice  of  Manitoba. 

President — Ca>pt.  Sir  Hugh  J.  Macdon¬ 
ald. 

First  Vice-president — Capt.  G.  F.  Car- 
ru  thers. 

Second  Vice-president — Lt.-Col.  Jolin  B. 
Allan. 

Secretary-treasurer — Joseph  M.  Tees,  P. 

O.  Box  931  Winnipeg,  Man. 
Committee — J.  H.  Holman.  S.  C.  P.  Col¬ 
lier,  John  J.  Morton,  Ed.  W.  Low.  C. 
W.  Johnstone,  R.  H.  Graham,  W.  B. 
Wood,  Andrew  Lyttle,  J.  S.  Patrick, 
James  Gray. 


300 


BUILDING-  OWNERS  AND  MANAGERS 
ASSOCIATION 
Officers — 1914 

President — C.  D.  Shepard. 

Vice-presidents — E.  M.  Counsel  and  C. 
W.  N.  Kennedy. 

Board  of  Directors — N.  T.  MacMillan,  E. 
Pollard.  A.  O.  Meredith,  Geo.  E.  Bal- 
dry,  J.  W.  Rogers,  G.  M.  Black,  Robt. 
McKay  and  E.  E.  Goodwyn. 

Treasurer — Royal  Burritt. 

Secretary — J.  S.  Evans. 

WINNIPEG  MUSICIANS’  MUTUAL 
PROTECTION  ASSOCIATION 

President — R.  J.  Lyons 
Vice-President — J.  T.  Simmons. 

Recording  Secretary — W.  M.  Huntley. 
Corresponding  Secretary — F.  A.  Tallman. 
Secretary-treasurer — F.  A.  Tallman,  507 
Builders  Exchange. 

NORTH  WEST  GRAIN  DEALERS’ 
ASSOCIATION 

426  Grain  Exchange 
Frank  O.  Fowler,  Secretary 

WESTERN  RETAIL  LUMBERMEN’S 
ASSOCIATION 

703  McIntyre  Block 
Secretary-treasurer — A.  M.  Stewart 

THE  NORTH  WEST  COMMERCIAL 
TRAVELLERS’  ASSOCIATION 
OP  CANADA 

402-403  Travellers  Building 
Incorporated  May  23,  1887,  Head  Office 
Winnipeg,  Canada 

Officers 

President — A.  McAllister. 

Vice-president — Chas.  Holden. 

Treasurer — L.  C.  MacIntyre. 

Secretary — Fred  J.  C.  Cox. 

British  Columbia  Agencies 
Percy  Cudlip,  P.O.  Box  1234,  Victoria; 
W.  W.  Burke,  5111  Dominion  Bldg,. 
Vancouver;  R.  L.  McBride,  c.o.  Wood- 
Vallance  Co.,  Nelson. 

Alberta  Agencies 

D.  C.  Russell,  300  Travellers  Bldg,  Cal¬ 
gary:  F.  M.  Morgan,  Ames  Holden  Mc- 
Cready  Co..  Edmonton;  John  Horne, 
c.o.  Campbell,  Wilson  &  Horne,  Leth¬ 
bridge. 

Saskatchewan  Agencies 

K.  W.  Ross,  c.o.  Westman  Chambers, 
Rose  St.,  Regina;  A.  H.  Gebbie,  116 
2nd  Ave.  N.,  Saskatoon.  W.  W.  Muir, 

51  River  St.  East  Moose  Jaw. 

Manitoba  Agencies 

Head  Office — Fred  J.  C.  Cox,  Secretary, 
402  Traveller’s  Bldg.,  Winnipeg:  D.  L. 
Paulin,  c.o.  Scott  Fruit  Co.,  Eighth  . 
St.,  Brandon. 

Ontario  Agency 

W.  F.  Elliott,  c.o.  Ft.  William  Flour  & 
Feed  Co.  cor.  Hardisty  and  Leitch 
Sts.,  Fort  William. 

UNITED  COMMERCIAL  TRAVELLERS 
ASSOCIATION 

Office,  402  Travellers  Building 
Winnipeg  Council  No.  154  meets  at 
Travellers’  Hall,  Travellers’  Building, 
on  4th  Saturday  in  each  month. 
Senior  Councillor — A.  E.  Dingle. 

Junior  Councillor— *W.  J.  Platt. 

Past  Councillor — H.  F.  Moulden. 
Secretary-treasurer — Fred  J.  C  Cox, 

P.  O.  Box  307.  Winnipeg. 

Conductor — W.  H.  Lewis. 

Page — Wm.  Lewis. 

Sentinel — A.  Johnson. 

Executive  Committee — J.  M.  Scott,  Geo. 
Bolton,  F.  H.  Agnew,  O.  H.  Dingman. 


NORTHWEST  LAUNDRYMEN’S 
ASSOCIATION 

President — N.  J.  Christie. 

Vice-President — L.  J.  Rumford  (Home 
n  e  cor  Wellington) 
Secretary-treasurer — J.  A.  Davidson. 
Board  of  Directors — Robert  Leech,  J.  D. 
Plumer  (Moose  Jaw),  W.  Hurley,  D. 
Turner. 


IRISH  ASSOCIATION  OP  WINNIPEG 

President — Joseph  Fahey 
Vice-president — Henry  Beattie 
Secretary — S.  Larkin,  565  Victor. 
Treasurer — R.  M.  Fitzsimmons,  53  Ca¬ 
thedral. 

Auditor — J.  W.  Buchanan,  376  Maryland. 


LORD  SELKIRK  ASSOCIATION  OP 
RUPERT’S  LAND 


Patron — Lord  Strathcona  and  Mount 
Royal. 

Hon.  President — Capt.  John  Hope,  R.N. 
President — Most  Rev.  Archbishop  Mathe- 
son. 

First  Vice-president — Hon.  Colin  Inkster. 
Second  Vice-president — John  Henderson. 
Chaplain — Rev.  Samuel  Poison. 
Treasurer — B.  McKenzie  Gunn. 
Recording  Secretary — J.  R.  Bun. 
Executive — James  Munroe,  J.  H. 
Gunn,  Robt.  McBeth,  Alex.  Matheson, 
Neil  Campbell  and  John  Poison. 


IMPERIAL  SERVICE  MEDAL  ASSO 
CIATION 


Established  1886 

President — Capt.  John  S.  Leitch 
Vice-president — C.  A.  Millican 
Secretary-treasurer — C.  H.  Kemp 

THE  KENTISH  ASSOCIATION  OP 
WINNIPEG 


Headquarters:  Executive,  Room  137  In- 
dusrial  Building,  Main  St.  Meet  2nd 
and  4th  Wednesdays  of  each  month. 
Social,  Traveller’s  Building,  Bannatyne 
Ave.  Meet  third  Friday  of  the  month. 

Officers,  1914 

Hon.  Patron — Lord  Harris 
Hon.  President — C.  W.  O.  Lane 
President — W.  R.  Welsford 
Vice-Presidents — A.  W.  Puttee,  Dr.  M.  C. 
O’Brien 

Hon.  Treasurer — G.  M.  Jenner,  251  Pem¬ 
bina  Road 

Hon.  Secretary — J.  France-Hughes,  P.O. 
Box  896 

Hon.  Asst.  Secretary — R.  Palmer,  36 
Knappen  Ave. 

Directors — H.  Baker,  H.  V.  Weaver,  R. 
Bailey,  J.  T.  Smith,  W.  F.  P.  Smith, 
S.  W.  Mitchell 

Auditors — C.  E.  Bowmaker,  A.  N.  Peer¬ 
less 

WINNIPEG  CONSERVATIVE 
ASSOCIATION 

Patron — Right  Hon.  R.  L.  Borden 
Honorary  President — Sir  Rodman  P. 
Roblin 

President — Dr.  R.  M.  Simpson 
1st  Vice-president — Daniel  McLean 
2nd  Vice-President — J.  P.  Turner 
Vice-president  West  Winnipeg — W.  J. 
Hood 

Vice-president  North  Winnipeg — Daniel 
Sullivan 

Vice-president  Centre  Winnipeg — D.  Mor- 
den 

Vice-president  South  Winnipeg — Harold 
Sprague 


301 


WINNIPEG  LIBERAL  ASSOCIATION 

Honorary  Presidents — The  Right  Hon. 
Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier,  T.  C.  Norris, 
M.P.P.;  T.  H.  Johnson,  M.P.P.;  S.  Hart 
Green,  M.P.P. ;  J.  H.  Ashdown,  John 
Knott 

President — Fred  C.  Hamilton 
Vice-president — A.  B.  Hudson 
Vice-president  South  Winnipeg — C.  C. 
McGlashan 

Vice-president  West  Winnipeg — R.  J. 
Buckingham 

Vice-president  Centre  Winnipeg — D.  S. 
Hamilton 

Vice-president  North  Winnipeg — Dr.  Mc- 
Munn 

Secretary — Hugh  McKenzie 
Treasurer — D.  W.  McKerchar 
Auditors — G.  H.  Smith  and  J.  D.  Conk¬ 
lin 

SOCIALIST-DEMOCRATIC  PARTY  OP 
CANADA 

213  Jarvis 

WINNIPEG  TRADES  AND  LABOR 
COUNCIL 

Office — 14  Labor  Temple 

President — J.  V.  Johnston 
Vice-President — A.  E.  Moore 
Secretary  and  Business  Agent — R.  A. 

Ri  SS 

Treasurer — J.  L.  McBride 
Warden — Wm.  Miller 
Statistician — A.  Heaps 

LABOR  UNIONS 

Labor  Temple,  James  St.  East 

Asbestos  Workers,  2nd  and  4th  Thurs¬ 
days 

Barbers,  No.  506,  last  Thursday 
Boilermakers,  No.  126,  1st  Wednesday 
and  3rd  Sunday 

Boilermakers,  No.  451,  1st  Tuesday  and 
3rd  Saturday 

Boilermakers,  No.  1.  3rd  Wednesday 
Bakers  and  Confectioners  and  Helpers, 
1st  and  3rd  Saturdays 
Boilermakers,  No.  127,  1st  and  3rd  Thurs¬ 
days 

Blacksmiths  and  Helpers,  No.  335,  4th 
Saturday 

Blacksmiths  and  Helpers,  No.  147,  1st 
and  3rd  Fridays 
Bookbinders,  2nd  Friday 
Broom  Makers’  Union,  1st  Thursday 
Brewery.  Workers,  2nd  and  4th  Thurs¬ 
days 

Brewery  Drivers,  No.  372,  2nd  and  4th 
Thursdays 

Bricklayers  and  Masons,  every  Monday 
Bridge  &  Structural  Iron  Workers,  2nd 
and  4  th  Wednesdays 
Building  Trades  Council,  2nd  and  4th 
Tuesdays 

Bartenders,  1st  and  3rd  Sunday  at  3 
p.m. 

Carpenters.  Amal.,  No.  1,  every  alter¬ 
nate  Friday 

Carpenters,  Amal.,  No.  2,  every  alter¬ 
nate  Friday 

Carpenters,  Amal.,  No.  3,  every  alternate 
Wednesday 

Carpenters  Bro.,  No.  343  every  Friday 
Carriage  Workers,  1st  and  3rd  Thurs¬ 
days 

Carmen,  Bro.  Rly.,  No.  6,  1st  and  3rd 
Tuesdays 

Cigarmakers,  1st  Tuesday 
Carpenters,  Bro.  District  Council,  2nd 
and  4th  Thursdays 

Carmen  Bro.  Rly.,  No.  371,  1st  and  3rd 
Fridays 

Electrical  Workers,  No.  166,  every  Mon¬ 
day 

Electrical  Workers,  No.  435,  every  Mon¬ 
day 

Federated  Trades  Council,  C.  P.  R.  4th 
Friday 

Freight  Handlers.  Bro.  of  Railroad,  177, 
1st  and  3rd  Wednesdays 
Glass  Workers,  No.  59,  2nd  and  4th  Wed¬ 
nesdays 

Garment  Workers,  No.  35  2nd  Friday 
Label  League,  2nd  and  4th  Wednesdays 


Laborer.  Ry.  Helpers,  No.  12806,  3rd 
Tuesday 

Laborers  (Federal)  No.  4,  3rd  Thursday 
Lathers,  every  Friday 
Letter  Carriers  Association,  2nd  Tues¬ 
day  / 

Lithographers,  No.  31,  2nd  Thursday 
Moulders  No.  174,  2nd  and  4th  Mondays 
Machinists,  No.  122,  1st  and  3rd  Wed¬ 
nesdays 

Machinists,  No.  189,  2nd  and  4th  Mon¬ 
days 

Machinists,  No.  723,  1st  and  3rd  Thurs¬ 
days 

Machinists,  Ladies’  Auxiliary,  2nd  and 
4th  Fridays 

Machinists,  No.  457,  1st  and  3rd  Fri¬ 
days 

Maintenance-of-Way  Employees,  No.  323, 
4th  Tuesday 

Maintenance-of-Way  Employees,  No.  207, 
4th  Wednesday 

Marble  Cutters  &  Helpers,  No.  90,  1st 
and  3rd  Wednesdays 
Plasterers,  every  Friday 
Printing  Pressmen,  1st  Monday 
Plumbers,  No.  254,  2nd  and  4th  Tuesdays 
Patternmakers’  League,  3rd  Tuesday 
Photo  Engravers  No.  37,  1st  Tuesday 
Painters  and  Decorators,  No.  739,  2nd 
and  4th  Wednesdays 
Pressmen,  Web  2nd  Monday 
Sheet  Metal  Workers  Rly.,  No.  420,  3rd 
Friday 

Stereotypers,  2nd  Monday 
Sheet  Metal  Workers,  No.  31,  1st  and 
3rd  Mondays 

St.  Ry.  Employees,  2nd  Wednesday 
St.  Ry.  Employees.  2nd  Thursday 
Stonecutters,  1st  and  3rd  Wednesday 
Storemen,  Bro.  Rly.,  No.  18,  1st  Tuesday 
after  15th 

Steamfitters,  No.  332,  2nd  and  4th  Thurs¬ 
days 

Steamfitters  No.  479,  1st  and  3rd  Mon¬ 
days 

Tailors,  No.  70.  1st  Monday 
Tile  Setters,  No.  71,  2nd  and  4th  Wed¬ 
nesdays 

Trades  Council,  2nd  and  4th  Thursday 
Trades  Hall  Co.,  Directors,  2nd  and  4th 
Tuesdays 

Typographical,  1st  Saturday 
Theatrical  Stage  Employees,  No.  63,  1st 
Sunday,  2  p.m. 

Upholsterers’  Int.  Union,  No.  49,  2nd 
and  4  th  Thursdays 

Winnipeg  Moving  Picture  Operators, 
every  Saturday,  LI. 30  p.m. 

Waterworks  Operators,  Local,  2nd  and 
4th  Fridays 

Winnipeg  Postal  Clerks’  Asst.,  2nd  Tues¬ 
day,  at  9  p.m. 

Allman  Hall,  592  Main  St. 

Engineers,  Div.  127,  1st  and  3rd  Mon¬ 
days,  14k 

Engineers,  Div.  592  (C.N.R.),  1st  and 
3rd  Thursdays 

Steam  and  Oper.  Engineers,  No.  453 

Pembina  Hall 

Engineers,  Loc.  Div.  583,  1st  and  3rd 
Sundays 

Firemen,  Loc1.  Div.  597,  1st  and  3rd 
Thursdays 

Other  Halls 

German  Hall,  Typo-German,  No.  23,  1st 
Thursday 

Fairbairn  Hall,  Engineers,  Div.  76,  2nd 
and  4th  Sundays 

Fairbairn  Hall,  Firemen,  B.  of  L.,  127, 
1st  and  3rd  Sundays 
496  Jessie,  Switchmen,  1st  and  3rd  Sun¬ 
days,  2.30  and  8  p.m. 

Oddfellows’  Temple  Commercial  Tele¬ 
graphers,  No.  1,  1st  Sunday 
Oddfellows’  Temple,  Musicians’  Union, 
1st  Sunday  « 

A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall,  328  Smith  St..  Train¬ 
men,  No.  691,  2nd  and  4th  Tuesdays 
and  2nd  Sunday 

Scott  Hall,  Trainmen,  No.  223,  >1,  2,  3 
Tuesdays,  4th  Sunday 
Travelers’  Hall,  Order  of  Railroad  Con¬ 
ductors  2nd  4th  Sundays 
Silvester-Willson  Bldg.,  Allied  Printing 
Trades  Council,  3rd  Monday. 


302 


WESTERN  CANADA  MILITARY 
INSTITUTE 

10  Osborne  Place 
Secretary — George  Wallace 

MANITOBA  SOCIETY  OP  CHAUF¬ 
FEURS 

Offices — Palace  Garage,  263-5  Smith  St. 

Officers  1914 
President — T.  Watson 
Vice-president — Wm.  Galea 
Trustees — J.  B.  Stewart,  H.  O.  Ham¬ 
mond  and  T.  Sloan. 

Committee  of  Management — Messrs. 
Reynolds,  Burchall,  Morris,  Stalker, 
Porter,  Allan,  Woods,  McKee,  Waugh, 
Stewart  and  T.  Bjoin. 
Secretary-treasurer — C.  Patterson 

BREWERS,  LIQUOR  DEALERS  AND 
CIGAR  MANUFACTURERS 

301  Travellers  Bldg 
W.  T.  Edgecombe,  Secretary. 

BANDS 

90th  Regiment  Band — (50  pieces) 

100th  Regiment  Band — (40  pieces),  J. 

O’Donnell,  conductor  (290  Vaughan) 
Veteran  Brigade  Band — (30  pieces). 

Harry  E.  Kirk,  conductor  (74  Colony) 
Salvation  Army  Band — (35  pieces). 
Headquarters,  S.  A.  Citadel,  Rupert 
Ave.,  Charles  Newman,  conductor. 

79  th  Highlanders  Band — (35  pieces), 
Headquarters,  194  Main,  T.  J.  Cock¬ 
ing,  conductor,  (156  Telfer) 

Winnipeg  City  Band — (48  pieces),  Head¬ 
quarters,  Columbia  Conservatory  of 
Music,  Samuel  L.  Barrowclough,  con¬ 
ductor 

Trades  &  Labor  Band,  W.  G.  Hules, 
conductor 
Maple  Leaf  Band 

MANITOBA  BRANCH  OF  THE  AMA¬ 
TEUR  ATHLETIC  UNION  OF  CANADA 

Office  Phone  Main  2781.  P.  O.  Box  1484. 
President — Thos.  Boyd,  Winnipeg. 

First  Vice-president — H.  H.  Russell, 
Winnipeg. 

Second  Vice-president — E.  A.  Gilroy, 
Portage  la  Prairie. 

Secretary-treasurer — A.  R.  Morrison. 

Committees — 1914 

Registration — A.  E.  Coo,  chairman;  C. 
Robinson,  J.  M.  Baird,  H  H.  Russell, 
W.  O.  Graham. 

Record  Committee — Leo  Ward,  E.  B.  De- 
Armond 

Championship — J.  Coates  Browne,  Chair¬ 
man;  A.  J.  B.  Milborne,  F.  H.  Marples, 

J.  D.  McKelvie,  R.  W.  Patterson. 
Finance — A.  C.  Skinner,  P.  W.  Dyde. 

MANITOBA  CURLING  ASSOCIATION 
1913-1914 

Headquarters — Industrial  Bureau 

Office  Bearers 

Hon.  Life  Patron — Field  Marshall  H.lR.OH. 
the  Duke  of  Connaught,  K.C.,  K.T., 

K. P.,  Governor-General  of  Canada 
Patron — Lieut. -Col.  Sir  D.  C.  Cameron, 

Lieut.-Governor  of  Manitoba 
President  E.  J.  Rochon,  Winnipeg  Man. 
First  Vice-President — C.  W.  Goodale, 
Butte.  Mont. 

Second  Vice-President — H.  E.  Robinson, 
Carman,  Man. 

Secretary-Treasurer  —  J.  P.  Robertson, 
Winnipeg 

Chaplain — Rev.  Dr.  J.  L.  Gordon,  Winni¬ 
peg 

Executive — J.  T.  Haig,  M.  Campbell,  L. 
W.  Donley,  M.  Petterson,  W.  Tier, 
W.  A.  Carson,  J.  Fred  Palmer,  B.  Hal- 
lock,  T.  H.  Verner  W.  Evanson,  W. 

F.  Payne  and  W.  E.  Ellerby  and  the 
following  presidents  of  city  clubs: 
Granite,  C.  C.  Chisholm;  Assiniboine, 

G.  E.  Todd;  Strathcona,  R.  Langtry; 
St.  Johns,  R.  Jacob;  Union  Terminals, 
W.  Pratt;  Civic,  J.  Smith;  Elmwood, 
Dr.  J.  McTavish. 


Committee  on  Appeals — W.  Drummond, 

G.  Neil.  R.  D.  Waugh  and  J.  G.  Cory 

Honorary  -  Life  Members — Alexander 

Brown,  Winnipeg;  W.  H.  Sparling, 
Minnedosa 

Auditors — *G.  W.  Murray  and  J.  M.  Chis¬ 
holm 

Official  Umpires — F.  L.  Patton  and  J. 

H.  Curie 

Bard — Thomas  Tod,  of  Russell,  Man. 

WINNIPEG  CURLING  CLUBS 
Assiniboine 

President — 'G.  E.  Todd 
Secretary — A.  Lawson 

Civic 

President — J.  Smith 
Secretary — J.  Davies 

Elmwood. 

President — Dr.  J.  A.  McTavish 
Sec"'  tary — W.  B.  Williams 

Granite 

President — C.  C.  Chisholm 
Secretary — John  Erzinger  Jr. 

St.  Johns 

President — R.  Jacob 
Secretary — D.  M.  Gunn 

Strathcona 

President — (R.  Langtry 
Secretary — J.  A.  Martin 

Thistle 

President — E.  J.  Rochon 
Secretary — A.  W.  Scott 

Union  Terminals 

President — W.  Pratt  Jr. 

Secretary — A.  McFeat 

WINNIPEG  HOCKEY  LEAGUE 

President — Dr.  W.  F.  Taylor 
Vice-presidents — Dan  Bain  and  Jack 
Gannon 

Secretary-treasurer — Fred  Marples 

VICTORIA  HOCKEY  CLUB 

Patrons — E.  L.  Drewry,  R.  D.  Waugh, 
S.  M.  Black  and  K.  H.  Gardiner 
Hon.  Presidents — D.  H.  Bain,  J.  C. 
Waugh,  W.  E.  Robinson  and  J.  C.  S. 
Armitage 

President — J.  D.  Pratt 

Vice-presidents — C.  C.  Robinson,  W.  R. 

Bawlf,  and  D.  W.  Elliott 
Executive  committee — E.  B.  Tadie.  Ken 
Patton.  Les  Moffatt 
Secretary-treasurer — 'Claude  Nash 
Assistant  secretary — ‘Geo.  H.  Stead 

WINNIPEG  HOCKEY  CLUB 

Patrons — A.  H.  .T.  Adamson,  W.  H.  Turn- 
bull,  and  A.  J.  Andrews 
.  Hon.  president — D.  H.  Cooper 
I  President — C.  N.  Ruttan 
Vice-president — H.  G.  Mayes 
Secretary-treasurer — D.  W.  F.  Nichols 
Executive  committee — J.  D.  Ruttan.  R. 
Patterson,  and  W.  W.  Breen 


INTERCOLLEGIATE  HOCKEY  ASSO 
CIATION 

Hon.  president — Archbishop  Matheson 
President — Paul  G.  DuVal 
Vice-President — C.  K.  Anderson 
Secretary — Vic  Tait 
Treasurer — M.  H.  Garton 


WINNIPEG  STREET  RAILWAY 
HOCKEY  LEAGUE 

Patrons — Sir  William  Whyte,  A.  M. 
Nanton,  R.  J.  MacKenzie,  H.  Suther¬ 
land.  F.  Morton  Morse.  J.  S.  Vassar, 
J.  S.  Mackenzie,  G.  A.  Henson 
Hon.  president — W.  Phillips 


303 


Hon.  Vice-president — Wilson  Phillips 
and  R.  R.  Knox 
President — T.  Dunderdale 
Vi~--president — J.  Ingram 
Secretary-treasurer — F.  J.  Pratt 
Managing-  committee — J.  Wales,  G.  Alex¬ 
ander  E.  Snider 

WINNIPEG  BANKERS  HOCKEY 
LEAGUE 

Patrons — A.  F.  D.  McGachen,  C.  W. 
Rovvuny,  G.  A.  C.  Weir,  F.  E.  Kilvert, 
W.  J.  Finucan,  J.  B.  Monk,  D.  C.  Rea, 

J.  R.  Lamb 

Hon.  Presidents — C.  Bartlett  and  F.  L. 
Patton 

Hon.  Vice-president — Crawford  Gordon 
President — D.  M.  Neeve 
Sec. -treasurer — S.  Jackson 

CANADIAN  CRICKET  ASSOCIATION 

Hon.  President — H.R.H.  The  Duke  of 
Connaught 

President — Hon.  Hugh  John  MacDonald, 

K. C.  (Winnipeg) 

Vice-presidents — His  Honor  Judge  John¬ 
stone.  'Regina;  H.  F.  Lownsborough, 
Toronto;  R.  S.  Hart,  Montreal 
Hon.  Sec.-treasurer — Arthur  R.  Morri¬ 
son,  Industrial  Bldg. 

WESTERN  CANADA  CRICKET  ASSO¬ 
CIATION 

President — His  Hon.  Judge  Johns'one, 
Saskatchewan 

Vice-presidents — H.  G.  Napper,  Alberta; 
G.  A.  Page,  Saskatchewan;  Sir  Hugh 
J.  MacDonald,  Manitoba 
Secretary-treasurer — O.  J.  Godfrey,  In¬ 
dian  Head,  Saskatchewan 

MANITOBA  CRICKET  ASSOCIATION 

President — Rev.  George  Horrobin 
Hon.  Sec. -Treasurer — A.  B.  S.  Brown, 
•City  Hall  Annex 

WINNIPEG  CRICKET  ASSOCIATION 
Officers  1913-1914 

Patron — Sir  Daniel  McMillan,  K.C.M.G. 
Hon.  President — R.  D.  Waugh 
President — K.  E.  Money 
Vice-p"Qsidents — Rev.  George  Horrobin, 
W.  M.  Brighton 

Hon.  Sec. -Treasurer — Arthur  R.  Morri¬ 
son.  Industrial  Bureau 
Asst.  Secretarv — H.  L.  Wiggleswortli 
Auditor — J.  Crichton 

WINNIPEG  CRICKET  CLUBS 

Division  A 

Wanderers — E.  C.  Laver  sec.,  Union 
Trust  Bldg- 

Civics — W.  Rothwell,  sec.,  General  Hos¬ 
pital 

Winnipegs — L.  W.  Moore,  sec.,  Osier, 
Hammond  &  Nanton 
C.  P.  R. — H.  L.  Wigglesworth,  sec., 
Right  of  Way  Dept. 

Young  Conservatives — W.  Denton,  sec. 

305  Confederation  Bldg. 

St.  Judes — S.  C.  Bray,  sec.,  690  Agnes 
St 

Division  B 

Wanderers — O.  Heywood,  sec.,  Union 
Trust  Bldg. 

Winnipegs — L.  W.  Moore,  sec.,  Osier, 
Hammond  <Sr  Xanton 
White  Rose — W.  Randall,  sec.,  491  Cam¬ 
den  Place 

Eatons — C.  Deschamps,  sec.,  Adv.  Dept. 
Weston — D.  Buttersworth,  sec.,  Dickens 
P.O. 

St.  Judes — S.  M.  Cottam,  .sec.,  Oldfield, 
Kirby  &  Gardner 

Division  C 

Young  Conservatives — W.  Denton,  sec. 

30'5  Confederation  Bldg. 

Telephones — C.  G.  Last,  sec..  City  Plant 
C.  P.  R. — H.  L.  Wigglesworth,  sec., 
Right  of  Way 

White  Rose — W.  Randall,  sec.,  491  Cam¬ 
den  Place 

Carribeans — .T.  A.  Perkins,  sec.,  406  Ross 
Prov.  Architects — C.  E.  Yearwood,  sec., 
261  Fort  St 


MANITOBA  PROVINCIAL  RIFLE  AS¬ 
SOCIATION 

Hon.  Patron — Lord  Strathcona  and 

Mount  Royal  G.C.M.G. 

President — -Lieut. -Col.  H.  M.  Ruttan, 
Commanding  20th  Infantry  Brigade 

Executive  Committee  of  Council 

Chairman — Lieut. -Colonel  J.  W.  de- 
Courcy  O’Grady,  90th.  Regt. 

Committee — Capt.  J.  Geddes,  79th.  Regt.; 
Lieut.  K.  C.  Bedson,  34th.  Fort  Garry 
Horse;  Lieut.  J.  S.  Cameron,  18  th. 
M.R. ;  Regtl.  Sergt. -Major  M.  Docherty, 

L. S.H.  (R.C.) ;  Arm.  Q.M.  Sergt.  H.  R. 
Northover,  90th.  Regt.;  Musk.  Sergt. 

M.  Ridge,  79th.  Regt.;  A.  Harvard, 
18th.  M.R. 

Treasurer — iCapt.  Geo.  W.  Andrews,  90th. 
Regt. 

Secretary — Major  W.  A.  Munro,  90th. 
Regt..  513  Somerset  Bldg.,  Winnipeg 

WINNIPEG  RIFLE  ASSOCIATION 

Captain — R.  J.  Wilson 

Secretary — E.  W.  Browne  (342  Lipton) 
Treasurer — Wesley  Mcllveen 

CLUBS 

Adanac  Club,  208  Main 
Assiniboine  Club  (top  floor)  Silvester- 
Willson  Bldg 

Association  of  Manitoba  Land  Survey¬ 
ors,  210  McIntyre  Blk 
Assiniboine  Lawn  Bowling  Club,  Wolse- 
le.y,  cor.  Walnut 

Austrian  Hungarian  Club,  410  Pritchard 
Beige,  -2-915  Pi  ovencher  (St  Boniface) 
British  Public  'Schools  Club,  911  Boyd 
Bldg. 

Camera,  273  V2  Portage  Ave. 

Canada  Permit  House  Club,  262  Furby 
Canadian  Credit  Men’s  Trust  Associa¬ 
tion,  Ltd.,  615  Ashdown  Blk.,  Henry 
Detchon,  general  manager. 

Canadian  Freight  Association,  1502  Can¬ 
ada  Blk. 

Canadian  Industrial  Exhibition  Associa¬ 
tion,  Chambers  of  Commerce 
Canadian  Manufacturers  Association.  129 
Industrial  Bureau 

Canadian  Press  Association,  Ltd.,  20 
Empress  Blk. 

Canadian  Society  of  Civil  Engineers,  139 
Indus1  'M  Bureau 

Canadian  Women’s  Press  Club,  Indus¬ 
trial  Bureau 

Canoe  Club  w  s  Suffolk  Ave.,  nr  Kings¬ 
ton  Row 

Carleton  Club,  308  Main 

Cartier,  27  Dumoulin  (St  Boniface) 

Catholic  Club,  265  Portage  Ave.,  W.  P. 

Murptv,  sec.-treas. 

Chess.  5128V2  Main 
Clef,  273*4  Portage  Ave. 

Cosmopolitan  Club,  5.36  V2  Main 
Count"”  Club,  St.  Charles 
Devon.  Cornwall  &  Somerset  Associa¬ 
tion.  1-37  Industrial  Bureau 
Direct  Legislation  League  of  Manitoba, 
4 ?°  Chambers  of  Commerce 
English  Counties  Association,  137  In¬ 
dustrial  Bureau 

Fort  Rouge  Bowling  Club,  Hugo,  cor. 

Gertrude  (Ft.  Roue-e), 

German.  61  Heaton,  F.  Hine,  sec. 

German  Hungarian  Club,  386  McGregor 
Hebrew  Amateur  Athletic  Assn.,  Ger¬ 
man  Hall  (Ellen  St.), 

Immaculate  Conception,  Jarvis  n  w  cor. 
Maple 

Jewish  Colonization  Association,  114 
Bon  Accord  Bldg. 

Lancastrians  Association,  137  Industrial 
Bureau 

Licensed  Hotel  Keepers  Association  of 
Manitoba,  301  Travellers  Bldg. 
Manitoba  Association  of  Architects,  71i6 
Builders  Exchange 

Manitoba  Association  of  Stationary  En¬ 
gineers,  11  Thomas  Blk. 

Manitoba  Club — Broadway,  cor.  Fort 
Manitoba  Sunday  School  Association,  62 
Scott  Blk. 


304 


Moose  Club.  1.21  Pacific 
Orcnestral  Musicians’  Association.  Ltd., 
Jordan  Bldg.,  305  Fort 
Over-iSeas  Club,  132  Industrial  Bureau 
Porters’  Headquarters  Ltd.,  671  Main 
Railway  Enginemen’s  Education  Club  of 
Canada.  G.  F.  Collings,  sec.,  room  3 
Kn^-nress  Blk. 

Retail  Merchants  Association  of  Canada, 
:2 1 1  Chambers  Commerce 
St.  Charles  Country  Polo  Club,  F.  F. 
Montasrue,  sec. 

Western  Art  Association.  Industrial 
Bureau 

Western  Canada  Railway  Club.  138  In¬ 
dustrial  Bureau 

Winnipeg  Automobile  Club,  W.  E. 
Wright,  sec.-treas.  (care  of  National 
Cash  Register  Co.) 

Winnipeg  Boys’  Club,  925  Sherbrook 
Winnipeg  Canoe  Club — w  s  Suffolk  Ave. 

nr  Kingston  Row  (Windsor  Park) 
Winnipeg  Golf  Club,  H.  D.  Patterson, 
pres.;  H.  Keen  sec.;  Links,  Linden 
Ave.  and  Bird’s  Hill  (Nor.) 

Winnipeg  Motorcycle  Club  2  Mac’s  Bldg. 
Winnipeg  Rowing  Club,  C.  S.  Riley,  pres., 
W.  T.  Chisholm,  sec.-treas. — (Linden 
Ave.  (Nor) 

Winnipeg  Swimming  .Club,  A.  J.  B.  Mil- 
borne,  sec. 

Winnipeg  Tennis  Club,  J.  Harry  Rad¬ 
ford.  sec. — iRoslyn  Road  w  of  Osborne 
(Ft  Rou0-^) 

Winnipe  Theosophical  Society,  I.O.O.F. 
Temiole 

Winnipeg  Hunt  Club.  ,234  Portage 
Winnipeg  Yacht  Club — Linden  Ave.  nr 
St.  Mary’s  Road 

CANADIAN  CLUB  OP  WINNIPEG 
1913-1914 

President — C.  W.  Rowley 
First  Vice-President — Judge  R.  Hill 
Myers 

Second  Vice-president — A.  L.  Crossin 
Literary  Correspondent — Prof.  Chester 
Martin 

Hon.  Secretary — >R.  H.  Smith 
Hon.  Treasurer — Crawford  Gordon 
Executive  Committee — R.  M.  Dennis- 
toun,  K.C.,  D.  M.  Duncan,  Jasper  Hal- 
penny,  M.D.,  C.  S.  Riley,  N.  Bawlf, 
R^ral  Burritt,  R.  Macfarlane,  C.  N. 
Bell 

WINNIPEG  ADVERTISING  CLUB 
133  Industrial  Bureau 
Officers 

Hon.  President — A.  A.  Gilroy 
President — E.  J.  Ransom 
Fi”st  Vice-.p^sident — Geo.  Saults 
Second  Vice-preisident — E.  C.  'Scythes 
Third  Vice-president — J.  W.  Ryckman 
Secretary — 'Osborne  Scott 
Treasurer — J.  H.  Chambers 
Business  Secretary — J.  L.  Carne,  Club 
Room's,  1 3'3  Industrial  Bureau 
Executive  Committee — Harry  E.  Rowlin, 
Harold  Daly,  Chas.  O.  Smith,  C.  A. 
Abraham,  W.  J.  Voisey,  G.  E.  Darling, 
E.  S.  Horn 

Auditors — W.  J.  (Harrison,  P.  B.  Arnell 

BUSINESS  SCIENCE  CLUB 
501  Northern  Crown  Bank  Bldg. 

Past  Presidents — Geo.  J.  Hyndman,  E. 

C.  Scythes,  Robert  Tate,  J.  H.  Baird 

Officers 

Hon.  President — A.  F.  Sheldon 

Hon.  Vice-presidents — D.  J.  Dyson,  E. 

Loftus,  R.  Shaw 
President — W.  H.  Hammell 
First  Vice-president — E.  B.  Reynolds 
Second  Vice-president — W.  A.  Mackie 
Third  Vice-president — W.  T.  Devlin 
Secretary — A.  D.  Anderson 
Treasurer — J.  H.  Curie 
Directors — )F.  E.  H.  Luke,  M.  Dalton,  H. 

D.  Patterson,  C.  A.  Sargent,  W.  Cor¬ 
coran,  S.  Hart  Green,  M.P.P. 

Chaplain — Rev.  Geo.  E.  Salton,  D.D. 


WINNIPEG  HUNT  CLUB 

President — A.  M.  Nanton 
M.  F.  H. — J.  S.  Hough 

Deputy  (M.  F.  H.)  and  Hon.  Secretary — 

S.  W.  Abbott  234  Portage 
Hon.  Treasurer — L.  W.  Hicks 

ST.  CHARLES  COUNTRY  CLUB 

Directors — Peter  Lyall,  J.  E.  Botterell, 

T.  L.  Peters,  T.  A.  Macdonald,  Cecil 
Gunn,  John  Galt,  Chas.  H.  Mansur, 
■C.  D.  Rea,  E.  E.  Sharp.  R.  D.  Strat¬ 
ton.  S.  C.  Richards  and  J.  B.  Monk 

WINNIPEG  ROTARY  CLUB 

President — J.  F.  'C.  Menlove 
Vice-president — J.  W.  Hillhouse 
Secretary — C.  J.  Campbell 
Treasurer — A.  H.  Young 
Board  of  Directors — L.  J.  Rumford,  J. 

H.  G.  Russell  and  H.  T.  Reade 

MOTOR  COUNTRY  CLUB 

Hon.  Patron — Sir  Douglas  C.  Cameron, 
K.C.M.G. 

Hon.  President — C.  ILNewton 
President — W.  E.  Wright 
First  Vice-president — R.  M.  McLeod 
Second  Vice-president: — F.  E.  H.  Luke 
Secretary- treasurer — A.  C.  Emmett 
Board  of  Governors — (Messrs.  C.  H.  New¬ 
ton,  W.  E.  Wright,  N.  J.  Breen,  A.  A. 
Gilroy,  F.  J.  C.  Cox.  F.  E.  H.  Luke, 
J.  A.  Banfield.  R.  M.  McLeod,  W.  R. 
Bawlf,  A  B.  Stovel,  J.  Parkhill,  F.  M. 
Pace 

Auditor — W.  Sidney  Ronald 

ARMY  AND  NAVY  VETERANS’  CLUB 

428  Main  St.  over  Home  Bank 

Honorary  Presidents — Capt.  Sir  Hugh  J. 
Macdonald.  Lt.-Col.  Thos  Scott,  Lt.- 
Col.  A.  G.  Irvine 
President — W.  B.  Wood 
First  Vice-president — John  J.  Morton 
Second  Vice-president — 'Capt.  C.  A.  Milli- 
can 

Secretary- treasurer — Joseph  M.  Tees 
Committee — D.  R.  Bremner.  O.  J.  Camp¬ 
bell,  Capt.  G.  F.  Carruthers,  Chas.  W. 
Chubb,  Capt.  F.  Lome  Cosby,  Alex.  J. 
Grant.  John  Hay,  H.  G.  Hubbell.  Geo. 
C.  James,  W.  H.  Nesbitt,  John  S 
Patrick,  J.  Hillyard  Leech 
Club  Rooms  open  week  days  12  noon  to 
11  p.m.  Sundays  2  to  10  p.m. 

NORTH  WEST  COMMERCIAL  TRAV¬ 
ELLERS’  CLUB 

Travellers’  Building,  Bannatyne 

President — G.  W.  Jamison 
Vice-president — Wm.  CoulsDn 
Sec.-treasurer — Ferd.  J.  C.  Fox 


HOSPITALS,  HOMES,  ETC., 

Anti-Tubercular  Home,  31  Emily 
Barnardo’s  (Dr.)  Homes,  Oakwood,  Ban- 
nerman  Av  East 

Beath’s  (Dr.)  Private  Hospital,  River 
s  w  cor  Rose 

Children’s  Aid  Shelter,  101  Mayfair,  Miss 

I.  M.  Scott,  matron 

Children’s  Aid  Society  of  St.  Adelard, 
198  Aulneau 

Children’s  Home,  198  River  Av,  Isabelle 
C.  Wilson,  matron 

Children’s  Hospital,  2  Beaconsfield,  Miss 

J.  A.  Norris,  supt. 

Convalescent  Home  of  the  W.  H.  A.  S., 
698-700  Elgin 
Day  Nursery,  378  Stella 
Dominion  Immigration  Hospital,  Point 
Douglas  cor.  Maple 

Girls’  Home  of  Welcome,  130  Austin, 
Ethel  A.  Tassell,  supt. 

Grace  Hospital  and  Home,  Preston  cor. 
Arlington,  Staff  Captain  Hannah  Bros- 
ter,  matron 


305 


Home  of  the  Good  Shepherd,  Forest  Av 
Home  of  the  Friendless  Children,  590 
Furby,  Mrs.  L.  B.  S.  Crouch,  supt. 
Hospice  Tache,  Tache  Av.  (St.  Bon.) 
Knowles  Home  for  Boys,  582  McDermot 
Jewish  Orphanage,  73  Robinson 
Margaret  Scott  Nursing  Home,  99  George 
Misericordia  Hospital,  20  Sherbrook 
Methodist  Deaconess  Home,  85  George 
North  Winnipeg  Hospital,  462  Burrows 
Nurses’  Home,  781  Bannatyne 
Provincial  House  of  Charity,  Tache  nr 
Hospital 

Quarantine  Hospital,  n  w  cor  .Brookside 
Cemetery 

St.  Boniface  Hospital,  w  s  Tache  Av. 
('St  Bon.) 

St.  Boniface  Orphanage,  Tache  Av.  (St. 
Bon.) 

St.  Joseph’s  Orphanage,  Portage  Av. 

(iSt.  J.),  ‘Sister  Prince  matron 
St.  Roche  Hospital,  Tache  Av.  (St  Bon.) 
Salvation  Army  Industrial  Home,  230 
Arlington 

Social  .Service  Home,  226  Simcoe 
Trudeau  Home,  31  Emily 
Ursuline  Sisters  530  College 
Victoria  Hospital,  River  cor  Rose 
Winnipeg  General  Hospital,  Bannatyne 
cor.  Olivia,  G.  W.  Sinclair,  supt. 
Woman’s  Christian  Temperance  Union, 
Mrs.  W.  F.  Hunt,  matron,  473  Bal¬ 
moral 

WINNIPEG  GENERAL  HOSPITAL 
Board  of  Trustees 

For  the  term  expiring  1916 — C.  N.  Bell, 

E.  L.  Drewry,  G.  F.  Galt,  G.  V.  Hast¬ 
ings,  A.  L.  Johnson,  D.  E.  Sprague 
For  the  term  expiring  1915 — D  K.  Elliott, 
J.  IS.  Hough,  K.C.,  W.  A.  Windatt,  A. 
Strang,  -C.  H.  Enderton,  W.  F.  Allo- 
way 

For  the  term  expiring  1914 — W.  R.  Al¬ 
lan,  H.  M.  Belcher,  J.  B.  Persse,  J.  C. 
Gordon,  M.  Bull,  S.  J.  Pentland 
Representing  the  University  of  Mani¬ 
toba — J.  H.  Ashdown  (1916),  J.  A. 
Machray  (1915),  E.  Loftus  (1914) 
Representing  the  City  of  Winnipeg — His 
Worship  the  Mayor,  Aid.  R.  C.  Mac¬ 
donald,  Aid.  F.  H.  Davidson,  Aid.  R.  J. 
Shore,  Aid.  F.  O.  Fowler,  Aid.  A.  Mc¬ 
Lennan,  Aid.  Gray,  Aid.  Rigg 
Representing  the  Provincial  Govern¬ 
ment — The  Honorable  the  Minister  of 
Agriculture 

Officers 

President — G.  F.  Galt 
Vice-President — G.  V.  Hastings 
Hon.  Secretary-Treasurer — A.  L.  Johnson 
Vice-Hon.  Secretary-Treasurer — H.  M. 
Belcher 

Committees  of  the  Board  of  Trustees 
1914 

Finance,  Property  and  Insurance — Messrs 
Johnson,  Ashdown,  Enderton,  Persse, 
Bell,  Machray,  Bull,  Galt,  Windatt, 
Alloway,  Belcher,  Allan,  Aid.  Fowler 
and  Aid.  Wallace. 

House — (Messrs.  Persse,  Hastings,  El¬ 
liott,  Loftus,  Strang,  Belcher,  Johnson, 
Bell,  Gordon,  Hough,  Sprague,  Galt, 
Aids.  Macdonald  and  Davidson. 
Buildings,  Lands  and  Machinery — 
Messrs.  Hastings,  Sprague,  Pentland, 
Machray,  Persse,  Galt,  Johnson  and 
Aids.  (Shore,  MacDonald  and  iStefanik. 
Special  Building  Committee — Messrs. 

Johnson,  Drewry,  Persse,  Hastings, 
Galt,  Pentland,  Gordon,  Alloway,  Bel¬ 
cher,  Loftus,  Bull,  and  Aids.  Fowler, 
Davidson  and  MacLennan. 
Investigation  —  Messrs.  Galt,  Hough, 
Johnson,  Sprague  and  Persse. 
Legislative — Messrs.  Sprague,  Drewry, 
Johnson,  Hough,  Galt  and  Persse. 
Donations  —  Messrs.  Enderton,  Galt 
Persse,  Alloway,  Belcher,  Windatt, 
Johnson,  Drewry  and  Aid.  Shore. 


Resident  Staff 

Superintendent — G.  W.  Sinclair,  M.D. 
Senior  Internes — F.  L.  McKinnon,  M.D., 

F.  L.  Jamieson,  M.D.,  N.  W.  Wanrer, 

M. D.,  D.  G.  Garrett,  M.D.,  W.  E.  Camp¬ 
bell,  M.D. 

Junior  Internes — A.  E.  Stewart,  M.D., 

N.  J.  Herringer,  M.D.,  W.  J.  Sharman, 
M.D.,  L.  G.  Gunne,  M.D.,  F.  F.  Dun- 
hamm,  M.D.,  I.  O.  Fryer,  M.D.,  D.  B. 
McLean,  M.D.,  J.  B.  McGregor.  M.D., 

G.  S.  Williams,  M.D.,  Edith  M.  Ross, 
M.D.,  L.  J.  Cameron,  M.D.,  A.  A.  Mur¬ 
ray,  M.D.,  Wm.  Cole,  M.D.,  J.  F.  Sad- 
lier,  M.D.,  A.  V.  G.  Green,  M.D. 

Director  of  Pathological  Laboratory — 
Sidney  J.  S.  Peirce,  M.D. 
Bacteriologist — A.  J.  Long,  M.D. 
Pharmacist — George  E.  Rogers 
Superintendent  of  Nurses — Miss  Fred¬ 
erica  Wilson 

Asst.  Superintendent — Miss  I.  Johnson 
Instructor  of  Nurses — Miss  M.  F.  Gray 
Night  Superintendent — Miss  Etta  San¬ 
ford 

MISERICORDIA  HOSPITAL 
(Maternity) 

20  Sherbrook  Street 
A  modern,  sanitary  building,  conduct¬ 
ed  by  the  Sisters  of  Misericordia.  The 
institution  was  founded  in  1898.  The 
hospital  can  at  present  accommodate 
250  patients.  In  addition  to  public 
wards,  there  are  several  semi-private 
and  private  rooms,  two  well  equipped 
operating  rooms,  anq  adjoining  prepara¬ 
tory  or  dressing  room  for  patients,  also 
a  consulting  room  for  doctors. 

All  physicians  are  free  to  attend  their 
cases.  In  connection  with  the  hospital 
is  a  training  school  for  nurses.  One 
year’s  course  in  Obstetrics  and  Gynae¬ 
cology. 

Superior — .Sister  St.  Aime 
Assistant — ‘Sister  St.  John  of  the  Cross 
Supt.  of  Nurses — 'Sister  St.  Emmanuel 
Treasurer — Sister  St.  Madeline  de  Pazzi 

ST.  BONIFACE  HOSPITAL 

West  Side  Tache  Av.  (St.  Boniface) 
Superintendent — Sister  Lupien 
Chaplain — Rev.  J.  A.  Messier 
Chief  House  Surgeon — W.  L.  Gaboury, 
M.D. 

First  Asst.  House  Surgeon — A.  B.  ‘Sinnes, 
M.D. 

Second  Asst.  House  Surgeon — A.  Roy, 
M.D. 

CHILDREN’S  AID  SOCIETY 

101  Mayfair  (Fort  Rouge) 
President — J.  H.  Ashdown 
Secretary — W.  H.  Weston 
Treasurer — J.  M.  Johnston 
Matron — Miss  I.  M.  Scott 


DR.  BARNARDO’S  HOMES,  NATIONAL 
INCORPORATED  ASSOCIATION 

Patrons — His  Majesty  The  King,  Her 
Majesty  The  Queen,  Her  Majesty 
Queen  Alexandra 

Founders — The  Late  Dr.  Barnardo 
President — His  Grace  the  Duke  of  Som¬ 
erset 

Western  Agent — E.  A.  Struthers,  Oak- 
wood,  Bannerman  Av.  East,  Winnipeg 

ASSOCIATED  CHARITIES 

301  Edwin  Street 

President — Nicholas  Bawlf 
Vice-President — E.  D.  Martin 
Treasurer — Dr.  E.  G.  Perry 
Secretary — J.  Howard  T.  Falk 
Local  Families  and  Homeless  Women — 
Office,  301  Edwin  St. 

Homeless  Men — Office  cor.  Martha  and 
Logan  Av. 


306 


WINNIPEG  FREE  DISPENSARY 

(Dispensary,  213  Logan  Avenue) 


Hon.  President — Lady  McMillan 
President — Mrs.  W.  J.  Boyd 
Vice-President — Mrs.  N.  T.  MacMillan 
2nd  Vice-President — Mrs.  W.  J.  McMar- 


3rd  Vice-President — Mrs.  E.  K.  Godfrey 
Secretary — Mrs.  R.  F.  McWilliams 
Treasurer — Mrs.  John  A.  Henderson 
Assistant  Treasurer — Mrs.  R.  F.  Rorke 
Convenor  of  Supplly — Mrs.  F.  E.  Arkell 
Convenor  of  Babies,  M.D. — Mrs.  E.  K. 


Convenor  of  Ways  and  Means — Mrs.  J. 
T.  Huggard 

Asst.  Convenors  of  Ways  and  Means — ■ 
Mrs.  C.  H.  Weagant  and  Mrs.  C.  E. 
Sanders 


SECRET  AND  BENEVOLENT  SO¬ 
CIETIES 


7818 — Winnipeg,  Man.,  Robin  Hood,  1st 
and  3rd  Fridays,  , Scott  Memorial  Hall, 
335  William  Ave.  G.  C.  Weitman,  766 
Lipton  Ave. 

8948 — Winnipeg  Man.,  Pride  of  the  West, 
2nd  and  4th  Wednesdays,  A.  O.  U.  W. 
Hall,  328  Smith  St.  P.  W.  Ellis,  559 
Furby  St. 

9216 — Weston,  Winnipeg,  Man,,  Weston, 
Meets  1st  and  3rd  Thursdays,  Calvin 
Church,  Weston,  Winnipeg.  A.  J. 
Richards,  sec,  151  Worth  St. 

9219 — Winnipeg,  Man.,  St.  John,  1st  and 
3rd  Tuesdays,  Harrison  Hall,  1402 
Main  St.  J.  W.  Wood,  59  Inkster  Ave. 

9341 — Winnipeg  Man.,  Elmwood,  2nd 
and  4th  Fridays  in  Morrow’s  Hall. 
W.  G.  Moore,  see.,  590  Windsor  Ave. 

9346 — Winnipeg,  Man.,'  Gate  City,  2nd 
and  4th  Tuesdays,  in  the  Industrial 
Bureau.  E.  Reinhart,  sec.,  suite  4,  150 
Rupert  Ave. 

Ancient  Order  of  United  Workmen  of 
TTifi  fia.nadian  North  West 


Masonic 

Masonic  Temple,  329  Donald  cor.  Ellice, 
Phone  Main  466  (All  bodies  meet  in 
the  Temple  except  as  stated) 

Grand  Lodge  of  Manitoba  A.  F.  &  A.  M. — 
Founded  May  12th,  1875. 

Edward  M.  Walker,  Winnipeg,  Grand 
Master 

L.  S.  Vaughan,  Selkirk,  D.G.M. 

H.  E.  Bletcher,  Winnipeg,  G..S.W. 

P.  E.  Kellett,  Winnipeg,  G.J.W. 
Alexander  McIntyre,  Winnipeg,  D.D. 

G.M.  First  Masonic  District 
James  A.  Ovas,  Grand  Secretary,  Ma¬ 
sonic  Temple 

Subordinate  Lodges  in  Winnipeg 

Prince  Rupert’s  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  3rd 
Tuesday.  W.  E.  Davison,  sec.,  Ma¬ 
sonic  Temple 

Ancient  Landmark  Lodge  No.  3 — Meets 
3rd  Monday.  J.  F.  iSpeakman,  sec., 
Masonic  Temple 

St.  John’s  Lodge  No.  4 — Meets  1st  Wed¬ 
nesday.  Wm.  Douglas,  sec.,  Masonic 
Temple 

Northern  Light  Lodge  No.  10 — Meets 
3rd  Thursday.  John  MacWhirter,  sec., 
Masonic  Temple 

Ionic  Lodge  No.  25 — Meets  1st  Monday 
W.  A.  MacKenzie,  sec.,  Masonic  Temple 
King  Edward  Lodge  No.  93 — -Meets  3rd 
Wednesday  in  Fairbairn’s  Hall,  cor. 
Selkirk  and  Main  -St.  G.  -R.  MacKay, 
sec,  614  Home  St. 

Acacia  Lodge  No.  Ill — Meets  2nd  Wed¬ 
nesday  in  Morrow  Hall,  Elmwood. 
Wm.  Dewar,  sec.,  120  Hart  Av. 

“The  Assini/boine”  Lodge,  No.  114 — 
Meets  1st  Tuesday.  iH.  E.  Miller, 
sec.,  Masonic  Temple. 

Norwood  Lodge  No.  119 — (Meets  2nd 
Thursday  in  the  Orange  Hall,  Nor¬ 
wood.  Rev.  Canon  Garton,  sec.,  186 
Tache  (Norwood) 

:3t.  James  Lodge  No.  121 — Meets  2nd 
Wednesday  in  Roseberry  Hall,  -St. 
James.  Benj.  iStockdale  Karnac 

A.  A.  O.  N.  Mystic  Shrine 

Khartoum  Temple,  Oasis  of  Winnipeg — 
-Meets  on  call.  A.  W.  Chapman,  Po¬ 
tentate,  W.  A.  McKay,  recorder,  P.  O. 
Box  1025 

A.  &  A.  Scottish  Bite 

Winnipeg  Lodge  of  Perfection  14° — 
Meets  2nd  Friday.  Wm.  M.  Gordon, 
sec.,  Masonic  Temple 
Bethesda  Chapter  Rose  Croix  18° — 
Meets  3rd  Friday  (quarterly).  Wm. 

M.  Gordon,  registrar,  Masonic  Temple 
Manitoba  Sovereign  Consistory  32° — 

Meets  4th  Friday  (quarterly).  Wm. 
M.  Gordon,  sec.,  Masonic  Temple 
Ancient  Order  of  Foresters 
i6898 — Winnipeg,  Man.,  Excelsior,  1st 
and  3rd  Wednesday,  A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall. 
328  Smith  St.  John  Dodds,  sec.,  633 
Maryland  )St. 


Grand  Lodge  Office — ‘Room  30  Canada 
Life  Bldg.  Wm.  M.  Gordon,  Grand 
Recorder 

Ancient  Order  United  Workmen 

Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  2nd  and  4th  Thurs¬ 
days  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in  A.  O. 
U.  W.  Hall,  328  Smith  St.  A.  E.  Hinds, 
recorder,  Chambers  of  Commerce 

Lodge  No.  2 — Meets  2nd  Friday  of  each 
month  at  8  p.m.,  in  A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall, 
328  Smith  St.  Harry  Ashton,  recorder, 
130  Langside  St. 

Lodge  No.  4 — Meets  4th  Friday  of  each 
month  at  8  p.m.,  in  A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall, 
328  Smith  St.  J.  C.  McQuade,  recor¬ 
der 

Lodge  No.  8 — Meets  2nd  and  4th  Mon¬ 
days  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in  A.  O. 
U.  W.  Hall,  328  Smith  St.  Geo.  R. 
Gordon,  30  Canada  Life  Bldg. 

Lodge  No.  39 — -Meets  1st  and  3rd  Thurs¬ 
days  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in  A.  O. 
U.  W.  Hall,  328  Smith  St.  C.  A.  S. 
Banyard,  recorder,  45  Lansdowne  Ave. 

Canadian  Order  of  Foresters 

D.  E.  McKinnon,  District  High  Secre¬ 
tary,  401  McIntyre  Block,  Phone  Main 
2923 

Court  Garry  No.  2 — Meets  1st  and  3rd 
Fridays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in 
Eureka  Hall.  M.  MacLean,  sec. 

Court  Rupert  No.  15 — Meets  1st  and  3rd 
Tuesdays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in 
Foresters  Hall,  222  MoDermot.  H. 
Hodge,  sec.,  623  Furby  iSt. 

Court  Osborne  No.  22 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Thursdays  of  each  month  at  8 
p.m.  in  Eureka  Hall.  Robt.  Mawson, 
sec.,  588  Kylemore  Ave. 

Court  Manitoba  No.  302 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Fridays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Foresters  Hall.  B.  J.  D.  Woodrow, 
sec.,  494  Toronto  St. 

Court  Liberty  No.  305 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Wednesdays  of  each  month  at  8 
p.m.  in  Foresters  Hall,  McDermot  Ave. 
R.  J.  Gray,  sec.,  750  Simcoe  St. 

Court  St.  John  No.  373 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Tuesdays  of  each  month  at  8 
p.m.  in  Fairbairn’s  Hall,  960^  Main 
•St.  H.  N.  Bromley,  sec.,  120  Lydia  St. 

Court  Louise  Bridge  No.  605 — Meets 
2nd  Monday  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Morrow  Hall,  Elmwood.  Andrew 
Gregg  sec.,  1523  Alexander  Ave. 

Court  Norwood  No.  1006 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Fridays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Orange  Hall,  Norwood.  Fred  Dale, 
sec. 

Court  Vinland  No.  1146 — Meets  2nd 
Thursday  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in 
Good  Templars  -Hall  Sargent  cor.  Mc¬ 
Gee.  G.  Johannson,  sec.,  800  Victor  St. 

Court  St.  James  No.  1244 — Meets  2nd 
and  4th  Tuesdays  of  each  month  at 
8  ,p.m.  in  Foresters  Hall,  St.  James. 
D.  Whitson,  sec. 


307 


Court  Rosedale  No.  1245 — -Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Tuesdays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Pembina  Hall,  Fort  Rouge.  W. 
Heselwood,  sec.,  171  Pembina  (Ft  R) 
Court  Rosser  No.  1282 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Fridays  at  Weston.  Wm.  Seal, 
sec.,  1648  Alexander  Ave. 

Court  Seven  Oaks  No.  1284 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Thursdays  in  Harrison  Hall, 
Main  St.  John  Dickson,  sec.,  176 
Athol  Ave. 

Catholic  Order  of  Foresters 

St.  Mary’s  Court  No.  276 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Thursdays  of  each  month  at 
8  p.m.  in  Cadomin  Block,  265  Portage 
Ave.  George  McLean,  sec. 

Catholic  Mutual  Benefit  Association — 
.Meets  1st  and  3rd  Wednesdays  at  8 
p.m.  in  Avenue  Block,  264  Portage  Ave. 
Harry  Brownrigg,  sec. 

Canadian  Order  of  Chosen  Friends 

Winnipeg  Council  No.  198 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Thursdays  in  Fairbairn  Hall. 
Ernest  W.  J.  Hague,  recorder 

The  Elks 

Meets  headquarters  305  McIntyre  Block. 
A.  E.  Warren,  exalted  ruler 

Independent  Order  of  Foresters 

High  Court  of  Manitoba 
H.C.R. — T.  A.  M.  Hughes.  M.D.,  Souris 
P.H.C.R. — A.  Macdonald,  Winnipeg 
H.VC.R. — T.  Beaman,  Edrans 
Hon.  Sec. — W.  D.  Pettigrew,  P.  O.  Box 
1655,  Winnipeg 

H/  Coun. — E.  R.  Chapman,  B.A.,  305,  213 
Notre  Dame 

H.  Phys. — R.  S.  McMunn,  M.A.,  630% 
Main 

H.  Auditors — J.  S.  Miller  and  H.  W.  Cox 
Smith 

Court  Hudson  No.  409 — -Meets  in  Fores¬ 
ters  Hall,  220  McDermot.  W.  D.  Pet¬ 
tigrew,  fin.  sec.,  A.  Finlay,  rec.  sec. 
Court  North  Star  No.  989 — Meets  in 
Fairbairn  Hall  4th  Wednesday.  D.  A. 
Ritchie  rec.  sec.,  812  Main 
Court  Point  Douglas  No.  1015 — Meets 
in  Fairbairn  Hall,  4th  Wednesday. 
Court  Isafold  No.  1048 — Meets  4th  Wed¬ 
nesday.  A.  Magnusson,  rec.  sec. 

Court  Assini/boine  No.  3071 — Meets  in 
A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall,  Smith  St.,  4th  Fri¬ 
day.  J.  P.  Cassap,  rec.  sec.,  35  Lipton 
St. 

Court  Fort  Rouge  No.  4823 — 'Meets  2nd 
and  4  th  Tuesdays.  J.  Jackson,  rec. 

Court  Elmwood  No.  4650 — Meets  in  Elm¬ 
wood 

Court  Falkonan  No.  143 — Meets  corner 
-Sherbrook  and  Sargent,  2nd  Monday. 
M.  Benedickton,  rec.  sec. 

Court  Shining  Star — Meets  in  Orange 
Hall  2nd  Monday,  1st  and  3rd  Thurs¬ 
days.  Mrs  Summers,  472  Toronto  St. 
King  Edward  No.  4835 — Meets  Rose- 
berry  Hall,  St.  James,  2nd  and  4th 
Tuesdays.  F.  Reuss,  rec.  sec. 

Independent  Order  of  Oddfellows 

Grand  Lodge  of  Manitoba — 

Grand  Master — H.  E.  Turner,  Winnipeg 
Deputy  Grand  Master — J.  G.  Miller,  Ra¬ 
pid  City 

Grand  Warden — Rev.  Thos.  Neville,  Ra¬ 
pid  City 

Grand  Secretary — B.  D.  Deering,  I.O.O.F. 
Temple,  Winnipeg 

Grand  Treasurer — F.  C.  Hamilton,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

Grand  Encampment  of  Manitoba — 
Grand  Patriarch — W.  Rintoul,  Dauphin 
Grand  High  Priest — J.  F.  Orr.  Winnipeg 
Grand  Senior  Warden — A.  Malcolmson, 
Carman 

Grand  'Scribe — D.  E.  McKinnon,  Winni¬ 
peg 

Grand  Treasurer — W.  J.  McKean,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

Grand  Junior  Warden — H.  B.  Walker, 
Regina 


Manitoba  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  every 
Friday  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Hall, 
Princess  cor.  McDermot.  A.  A.  Bar¬ 
tholomew,  sec. 

North  Star  Lodge  No.  2 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows 
Temple.  J.  W.  T.  Wilson,  sec. 

Minnehaha  Lodge  No.  7 — Meets  every 
Thrusday  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows 
Temple.  G.  B.  McCready,  sec. 

Union  Lodge  No.  14 — Meets  every  Mon¬ 
day  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Temple. 
Thos.  Barker,  sec.,  P.  O.  Box  2083 

Wellington  Lodge  No.  23 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  8  p.m.  in  Morrow  Hall 
(Elmwood).  Alex.  McDonald,  sec. 

St.  John’s  Lodge  No.  29 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  8  p.m.  in  Fairbairn  Hall, 
960%  Main  St.  H.  E.  Acott,  sec. 

Ridgeley  Lodge  No.  35 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  8  p.m.  in  Orange  Hall, 
Berry  St.  (Nor.).  Louis  Klinck,  sec. 

Hiawatha  Lodge  No.  60 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows 
Tmple.  A.  McCormick,  sec. 

Temple  Lodge  No.  75 — Meets  in  Oddfel¬ 
lows  Temple.  T.  Thomas,  sec. 

Fort  Rouge  Lodge  No.  79 — Meets  in 
Pembina  Hall  (Ft  R).  A.  Barber, 
sec.,  293  Fountain 

Olive  Branch  Rebecca  Lodge  No.  1 — 
Meets  2nd  and  4th  Tuesdays  of  each 
month  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Temple. 
Mrs.  L.  M'.  Greenfield,  sec. 

Strathcona  Lodge  No.  82 — Meets  Mon¬ 
days  in  Foresters  Hall  (St  James). 
John  McCallum,  sec.,  161  King  Edward 

Sovereign  Lodge  No.  85 — Meets  Satur¬ 
days  in  Oddfellows  Temple.  F.  A. 
Tallman,  sec.,  507  Builders’  Exchange 

Winnipeg  Lodge  No.  88 — Meets  Wednes¬ 
days  in  Oddfellows  Hall,  Princess  and 
McDermot 

Roseview  Lodge  No.  89 — Meets  Fridays 
in  Oddfellows  Hall,  McMillan  Ave. 
Everett  Boyd,  sec. 

Queen  Esther  Rebecca  Lodge  No.  2 — 
Meets  1st  and  3rd  Fridays  of  each 
month  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Temple. 
Mrs.  M.  Shanks,  sec. 

Miriam  Rebecca  Lodge  No.  5 — Meets  2nd 
and  4th  Mondays  of  each  month  at  8 
p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Temple.  Mrs.  E. 
Talman,  sec. 

Louise  Rebecca  Lodge  No.  14 — -Meets 
1st  and  3rd  Mondays  in  Morrow  Hall. 
Elmwood.  Nellie  Partridge,  sec. 

Ivy  Rebecca  Lodge  No.  19 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Mondays  in  Fairbairn  Hall, 
Main  cor.  Selkirk.  B.  Burns 

Florence  Nightingale  Rebecca  Lodge — 
Meets  1st  and  3rd  Mondays  in  Odd¬ 
fellows  Hall,  Princess  St.  Agnes 
Grant,  sec. 

Harmony  Encampment  No.  1 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Wednesdays  of  each  month  at 
8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Hall,  Princess 
cor.  McDermot.  W.  iS.  Barrington, 
scribe 

Eureka  Encampment  No.  3 — Meets  2nd 
and  4th  Wednesdays  of  each  month 
at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Temple,  Ken¬ 
nedy  St.  C.  D.  Briggs,  scribe 

Canton  Winnipeg  Lodge  No.  1,  P.M. — 
Meets  1st  Monday  of  each  month  at 
S  p.m.  in  Oddfellows  Temple.  R.  Aker, 
clerk 

I.O.O.F.  Funeral  Aid  Association — 258% 

Portage  Ave.  H.  E.  Turner,  sec. 

Premier  Encampment  No.  14 — Meets  2nd 
and  4th  Saturdays  in  Oddfellows  Tem¬ 
ple,  Kennedy  St.  G.  V.  -Stonehouse, 
scribe 

Sunshine  Rebekah  Lodge  No  .43 — Meets 
1st  and  3rd  Mondays  in  Oddfellows 
Hall,  Kennedy  St. 

Fort  Rouge  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  45 — 
Meets  2nd  and  4th  Thursdays  in  Odd¬ 
fellows  Hall,  McMillan  Ave. 

St.  James  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  49 — 
Meets  in  Orange  Hall,  St.  James 


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Independent  Order  of  Oddfellows 
Manchester  Unity- 

District  Lodge  of  Manitoba — 

Prov.  Grand  Master — T.  C.  Plume, 
Winnipeg 

Prov.  Deputy  Grand  Master — R.  W. 

Wakeham,  Winnipeg 
Prov.  Secretary — George  F.  Chadburn, 
Winnipeg 

Subordinate  Iiodges 

Loyal  Albert  Lodge  No.  7039 — Meets  in 
Eureka  Hall,  Main  St.,  2nd  and  4th 
Fridays.  G.  N.  Redfern  ,sec. 

Loyal  Geysir  Lodge  No.  7119 — Meets 
Templars  Hall,  cor.  Sargent  and  Mc¬ 
Gee,  2nd  and  4th  Mondays.  J.  Wor¬ 
ley,  sec. 

Loyal  Thomas  Lodge  No.  8255 — Meets 
Calvary  Church,  Weston,  1st  and  3rd 
Mondays.  T.  Plume,  sec.,  Weston 
Loyal  .Morse  Lodge  No.  8275 — Meets 
Morse  Place  Church,  Elmwood,  2nd 
and  4th  Tuesdays.  E.  Woodman,  sec., 
Morse  Place 

Past  Grands  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  Scott 
Memorial  Hall,  monthly.  G.  Chad- 
burn,  sec. 

Independent  Order  of  Rechabites 

Western  Pioneer  Tent  No.  75 — Meets 
1st  and  3rd  Mondays  at  8  p.m.  in 
Oddfellows  Temple,  Kennedy  St.  Wm. 
Smith,  sec. 

Knights  of  the  Maccabees 

Fort  Garry  Tent  No.  1 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Tuesdays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Castle  Hall,  339  William  Ave.  W. 
Johnson,  sec. 

Knights  of  Pythias 
Grand  Lodge  Officers  for  1914 
G.C. — Fred  R.  Copeland,  Dauphin 
G.M.E. — Thomas  Montgomery,  Winni¬ 
peg 

G.K.R.S. — .Frank  O.  Delong,  Winnipeg 
S.R. — F.  J.  G.  McArthur,  Winnipeg 
S.R. — Wm.  Bentley,  Winnipeg 
Winnipeg  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Tuesdays  of  each  month  in  Eu¬ 
reka  Hall,  Main  St.  Ralph  Lewis, 
C.C.,  Harry  F.  Allen,  K.R.  &  S. 
Assiniboine  Lodge  No.  4 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Mondays  of  each  month  in  Eureka 
Hall,  Main  St.  A.  Anthony,  C.C., 
C.  Neilson,  K.R.  &  S. 

Damon  Lodge  No.  5 — Meets  1st  and  3rd 
Tuesdays  of  each  month  in  Travellers 
Bldg.  J.  W.  Wilton,  C.C.,  John  Wer¬ 
ner,  K.R.  &  S. 

Manitoba  Lodge  No.  24 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Wednesdays  of  each  month  in  Odd¬ 
fellows  Temple.  Kennedy  St..  Bert 
Lennox,  C.C.,  A.  R.  Morrison,  K.R.  &  S. 
Norwood  Grove  Lodge  No.  33 — Meets 
2nd  and  4th  Wednesdays  of  each 
month  in  Eureka  Hall,  Main  St.  Fred 
Shipman,  C.C.,  C.  E.  Winemark,  K.R. 
&  S. 

King  Edward  Lodge  No.  36 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Thursdays  of  each  month  in 
Travellers  Bldg.  S.  W.  A.  Melsted, 
C.C.,  K.  K.  Albert,  K.R.  &  S. 

Winnipeg  Company  No.  1,  Uniform 
Rank — Meets  every  4th  Friday  in 
Leckie  Block  McDermot  Ave.  Wm.  J. 
Mason,  colonel,  F.  W.  B.  Lougheed, 
sgt.  recorder 

Knights  of  Columbus 

Winnipeg  Council  1107 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Mondays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Columbia  Hall,  cor.  Smith  and  Gra¬ 
ham 

Loyal  Orange  Lodge 

District  Lodge  No.  1 
W.  District  Master — Wm.  Spence,  804 
Logan  Ave. 

District  Rec.-Secretary — J.  Bailie,  566 
Kylemore  Ave. 

Pioneer  L.O.L.  No.  1307 — Meets  1st 
Thursday  of  each  month  at  Scott 
Memorial  Hall.  C.  J.  C.  Cooper,  W.M., 
F.  F.  Evans,  rec.  sec. 


Union  L.O.L.  No.  243 — Meets  1st  Wed¬ 
nesday  and  3rd  Tuesday  of  each  month 
at  Scott  Memorial  Hall.  Joshua  Nel¬ 
son,  W.M.,  A.  Cracknell,  rec.  sec. 

Ulster  Heroes  L.O.L.  No.  1520 — Meets 
1st  Tuesday  of  each  month  at  Scott 
Memorial  Hall.  Joseph  Fleming, 
W.M.,  Thomas  Fleming,  rec.  sec. 

Scott  Memorial  L.O.L.  No.  1795 — Meets 
2nd  and  4th  Tuesday  of  each  month  at 
Scott  Memorial  Hall.  Richard  Spence, 
W.M.,  John  R.  Carphin,  rec.  sec. 

Excelsior  L.O.L.  No.  484 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Fridays  at  Elmwood  Orange  Hall. 
T.  Robinson,  W.M.,  D.  Bruce,  rec.  sec. 

Winnipeg  Total  Abstinence  L.O.L.  No. 
1913 — Meets  4  th  Tuesday  of  each  at 
Scott  Memorial  Hall.  J.  Bailie,  W.M., 
H.  A.  Sanders,  rec.  sec. 

St.  John’s  L.O.L.  No.  1982 — Meets  2nd 
Wednesday  of  each  month  at  Scott 
Memorial  Hall.  T.  V.  Meara,  W.M., 
Jos.  Wells,  rec.  sec. 

Assiniboia  L.O.L.  No.  2160 — Meets  4th 
Wednesday  of  each  month  at  Rose¬ 
bery  Hall,  St.  James.  John  Calder, 
W.M.,  Wm.  Jamieson,  rec.  sec. 

Golden  West  L.O.L.  No.  2311 — Meets  1st 
Thursday  each  month  at  Scott  Mem¬ 
orial  Hall.  Geo.  T.  Curry,  W.M.,  H. 
Barss,  rec.  sec. 

St.  Matthews  L.O.L.  No.  2258 — Meets  2nd 
Friday  of  each  month  at  Good  Temp¬ 
lars  Hall,  /Sargent  Ave.  D.  L.  Cor- 
mack,  W.M.,  E.  J.  Harmon,  rec.  sec. 


Winnipeg  District  L.O.L.  No.  2 


District  Manager — Samuel  Larkin,  252 
Simcoe  St. 

Rec.  .Secretary — J.  H.  Wallis,  Box  1402, 
Winnipeg 

Fort  Garry  L.O.L.  No.  120 — Meets  4th 
Thursday  Scott  Memorial  Hall.  J.  E. 
Verdin,  W.M.,  R.  W.  M.  Henderson, 
rec.  sec. 

Maple  Leaf  L.O.L.  No.  325 — Meets  *n 
'Scott  Memorial  Hall  on  4th  Wednes¬ 
day.  Wm.  J.  Wylie,  W.M„  Chas  E. 
Jenner,  rec.  sec. 


X’ Ui  L  xvuuge  -L/.W.-L/.  IN  O.  6  55 - Meets  111 

Pembina  Hall  1st  Tuesday.  J.  H. 
Martinson,  W.M.,  W.  J.  Battley,  rec. 
sec. 

Norwood  L.O.L.  No.  1844 — Meets  in  Nor¬ 
wood  Hall  1st  and  3rd  Thursdays. 
H.  C.  Payne,  W.M.,  John  McMurray, 
rec.  sec. 

Major  Mulvey  Memorial  No.  2077 _ 

Meets  in  Scott  Memorial  Hall  4th 
Monday.  E.  W.  Croft,  W.M.,  Wm.  Gil¬ 
christ,  rec.  sec. 


Koyal  Antediluvian  Order  of  Buffaloes 

Grand  Lodge  of  Canada — Meets  1st  Mon¬ 
days  at  8  p.m.  at  the  Arlington  Hotel. 
J.  P.  Brindle,  Grand  Primo,  Prank 
Powell,  Grand  Sec. 

Dominion  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  Arlington  Hotel.  A.  A. 
McGinn,  sec. 

Empire  Lodge  No.  2 — Meets  every  Tues¬ 
day  evening  at  Arlington  Hotel.  Chas. 
Mess,  sec. 

King  George  V.  Lodge  No.  3 — Meets 
every  Wednesday  evening  at  the  Mid¬ 
land  Hotel.  Fred  Spence,  sec. 


Loyal  Order  of  Moose 

Winnipeg  Lodge  No.  816 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  8  p.m.  in  Scott  Mem¬ 
orial  Hall,  Princess  St.  Club  room  and 
secretary’s  office,  3rd  floor  Thistle 
Curling  Rink,  Macdonald  Ave.  near 
;C.  P.  R.  Depot. 

Dictator — J.  Rush  Bronson 
Vice-Dictator — C.  J.  Egan 
Prelate— E.  W.  H.  Riches 
Secretary — H.  E.  Acott 
Treasurer— L.  J.  Aitken 


Canadian  Order  of  the  Woodmen  of  the 
World 

Wolseley  Camp  No.  87 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Thursdays  in  Scott  Memorial  Hall, 
L.  Ruthig,  C.C.,  H.  G.  Kennedy,  Clerk, 
3 3*5  Poison  Ave. 


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309 


1 


Seven  Oaks  Camp  No.  174 — Meets  2nd 
and  4th  Mondays  in  Scott  Memorial 
Hall,  Thos.  Atkinson,  C.C.,  J.  L.  Hall, 
Clerk,  381  Mountain  Ave. 

Hawthorne  Camp  No.  301 — 'Meets  2nd 
and  4th  Fridays  in  Scott  Memorial 
Hall,  R.  G.  Stinson,  C.C.,  J.  Hewitson, 
Clerk,  2259  Gallagher  Ave. 

King  Edward  Camp  No.  303 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Thursdays  in  St.  James  Hall, 
Hampton  Street  (St.  James),  F.  A. 
Bott,  C.C.,  C.  W.  Chubb,  Clerk,  Queen 
St. 

Mr.  R.  G.  Stinson,  c.  o.  Waghorn’s 
Guide  is  the  western  member  of  the 
executive  council,  and  Sam  Cameron, 
c.  o.  Winnipeg  Hotel,  is  the  manager  of 
the  organization  department  for  the 
Province  of  Manitoba. 

Modern  Woodmen  of  America 

Northern  Light  No.  13,311 — Meets  1st 
and  3rd  Thursdays  of  each  month  at 
8  p.m.  in  Travellers  Bldg.,  Bannatyne, 
A.  M.  Whyte,  sec. 

Arctic  Camp — Mets  1st  and  3rd  Fri¬ 
days  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in  Scott 
Memorial  Hall,  216  Princess 
Elm  Camp — Meets  1st  and  3rd  Wednes¬ 
days  of  each  month  at  8  p.m.  in  Mor¬ 
row  Hall,  Elmwood,  C.  Landin,  sec. 
Grand  Lodge — Meets  1st  and  3rd  Tues¬ 
days  in  Eureka  Hall,  C.  D.  Corbould, 
clerk,  619  Somerset  Block 
Consul — W.  G.  Stark 
Advisor — O.  Diamond 
Banker — G.  F.  Newton 
Clerk — C.  D.  Corbould 

Royal  Templars  of  Temperance 

Aurora  Council  No.  1  —  Meets  every 
Thursday  at  8  p.m.  in  Oddfellows 
Temple,  Kennedy  and  Portage  Ave., 
Mrs.  Margaret  Siddall,  sec. 

Immanuel  Council  No.  4 — 'Meets  every 
Friday  at  8  p.m.  in  Provincial  Head¬ 
quarters,  Suite  2,  316^  Donald  St., 
Miss  Margaret  McCurdy,  sec. 

Fort  Rouge  No.  54 — Meets  each  Tues¬ 
day  at  8  p.m.  in  Nassau  St.  Baptist 
Church  Nassau  (Ft.  Rouge),  F.  J. 
Allan,  sec. 

Provincial  headquarters — 704  Builders 
Exchange,  Margaret  McCurdy,  sec. 

St.  Andrew’s  Society 

Meets  1st  Tuesday  of  each  month  at  8 
p.m.,  102  Cadomin  Block,  cor  Graham 
and  Main.  Wm.  Wilson,  hon.  sec. 
Officers — 

President — Dr.  )R.  Rennie  Swan 
Vice-Presidents — Capt.  J.  Y.  Reid  and 
J.  Bruce  Walker 
Chaplain — Rev.  C.  W.  Gordon 
Physician — Dr.  H.  J.  McDermid 
Solicitor — A.  G.  Kemp 
Treasurer — T.  K.  Middlemas 
Secretary — Wm.  "Wilson 

Scottish  Clans 

Meets  1st  and  3rd  Tuesdays  of  each 
month  at  8  p.m.  in  Bawlf  Block,  Prin¬ 
cess,  Hugh  Muir,  sec. 


Sons  of  England  Benefit  Society 

Office — 142  and  143  Industrial  Bureau. 
District  Deputy  Supreme  President — 
Arthur  J.  Taylor,  608  Alverstone  St. 
Lodge  Chamberlain  259 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Tuesdays  in  Oddfellows  Temple 
Kennedy  St. 

Secretary — Vernon  Morris,  113  Cauch- 
on  St.,  Phone  Ft  Rouge  656 
Lodge  Westward  Ho  98 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Wednesdays  in  Foresters  Hall,  220 
McDermot  Ave. 

Sec. — I.  B.  Black,  92  Grove  St.,  Phone 
Main  2584.  iP.  O.  Box  2154. 

Lodge  Neptune  144 — Meets  1st  and  3rd 
Fridays  in  the  A.  O.  U.  W.  Hall,  328 
Smith  St. 

Sec. — G.  F.  Ludlow,  £65  William  Ave. 
Lodge  Shakespeare  164 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Mondays  in  Foresters  Hall,  220 
McDermot  Ave. 

Sec. — G.  T.  Pankhurst,  113  Olivia  St., 
Phone  Garry  23i5 9. 

Lodge  Winnipeg  304 — Meets  2nd  and  4th 
Fridays  in  Fairbairns  Hall  cor  Sel¬ 
kirk  and  Main  St. 

Sec.— F.  J.  Mably 

Lodge  Elmwood,  No.  325 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Wednesdays,  Morrow  Hall  (Elm- 
Secretary — iH.  W.  /Collins,  34i3  John¬ 
son  Ave.,  Elmwood. 

Lodge  Weston,  No.  3i26 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Thursdays  in  Calvin  Presbyterian 
Church,  Elgin  Ave. 

Secretary — G.  H.  Boarman,  293  Thomp¬ 
son  St.,  Weston. 

Lodge  Idlewylde  (St  James),  No.  329 — 
Meets  1st  and  3rd  Tuesdays,  Rose- 
berry  Hall,  St.  James. 

Secretary — John  Walmsley,  302  Rose- 
berry  St. 

Juveniles  Lodge  Queen  of  West  25 — 
Meets  2nd  Mondays  in  the  month. 
Foresters  Hall,  220  McDermot.  Sec. — 
R.  S.  Cox,  297  Toronto. 

Lodge  Norwood  No.  328 — Meets  2nd  and 
4  th  Wednesdays  in  Orange  Hall. 
Secretary — John  Clegg. 

Daughters  of  England 
Daughters  of  England — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Tuesdays  at  8  p.m.  in  Foresters 
Hall,  Mrs.  J.  Eddy.  sec.  Res.,  14  84 
Ross  Ave.,  Phone  Garry  2722. 

Sons  of  Scotland 

Camp  Melrose  No.  126 — Meets  1st  and 
3rd  Tuesdays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Fairbairns  Block,  9601/£  Main,  R.  B. 
Anderson,  Sec. 

Woodmen  of  the  World. 

Wolsey  Camp  No.  87 — Meets  2nd  and 
4th  Fridays  of  each  month  at  8  p.m. 
in  Castle  Hall,  339  William  Ave.,  H. 
G.  Kennedy,  Sec. 

Sons  &  Daughters  of  Ireland  Protestant 
Association 

Meets  in  Scott  Memorial  Hall,  2nd  Mon¬ 
day  of  each  month,  John  Easton,  pres. 
W.  G.  Martin,  sec. 

Imperial  Order  Daughters  of  Empire 

127  Winnipeg  Industrial  Bureau 


310 


PART  IV. 


Province 


of  Manitoba 


(Entered  Confederation  July  15,  1870) 
Lieutenant-Governor — Sir  Douglas  Colin 
Cameron,  K.C.M.G. 

Private  Secretary — Count  de  Bury  and 
de  Bocarme 

SENATORS  IN  DOMINION  PARLIA¬ 
MENT 

Hon.  R.  Watson,  Portage  la  Prairie; 
.Hon.  F.  M.  Young,  Killarney;  Hon.  J. 
N.  Kirchoffer,  Brandon;  Hon.  A.  A.  C. 
La  Riviere,  St.  Boniface 

MEMBERS  IN  HOUSE  OF  COMMONS 

J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  Brandon;  R.  Cruise, 
Dauphin;  W.  H.  Sharpe,  Lisgar;  Alex. 
Morrison,  Macdonald;  Hon.  Dr.  W.  J. 
Roche,  Marquette;  Hon.  A.  E.  Meighen, 
Portage  la  Prairie;  J.  P.  Molloy,  Pro- 
vencher;  George  Bradbury,  Selkirk;  Dr. 
F.  L.  Schaffner,  Souris;  Hon.  Robt. 
Rogers,  Winnipeg 


PROVINCIAL  EXECUTIVE 

Hon.  Sir  Rodmond  Roblin,  K.C.,  M.G. 
(Premier),  President  of  Council,  Pro¬ 
vincial  Land  Commissioner,  Railway 
Commissioner 

Minister  of  Public  Works — Hon.  Dr.  W. 

H.  Montague,  P.C. 

Provincial  Treasurer — Hon.  H.  Arm¬ 
strong 

Minister  of  Education,  Municipal  Com¬ 
missioner — Hon.  G.  R.  Coldwell 
Atorney-General,  Minister  of  Telephones 
and  Telegraphs — Hon.  J.  H.  Howden 
Minister  of  Agriculture  and  Immigra¬ 
tion — Hon.  George  Lawrence 
Provincial  Secretary — Hon.  Joseph  Ber¬ 
nier 

LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY,  1914 

Elected  July  11th,  1910 


CONSTITUENCIES,  MEMBERS  AND  ADDRESSES 
Thirteenth  Legislature 
(Fourth  Session) 

Hon.  James  Johnson,  Speaker;  A.  H.  Corelli,  Clerk  Legislative  Assembly,  John 
Macdougall,  Sergeant-at-Arms 

Constituencies  Members  Post  Office  Address 

1.  Arthur  . A.  M.  Lyle  . Lyileton 

2.  Avondale  . James  Argue  . Elgin 

3.  Assiniboine  . Aime  Bernard . Winnipeg  _ 

4.  Beautiful  Plains . Hon.  James  H.  Howden ....  Neepawa 

5.  Birtle  . George  J.  H.  Malcolm . Birtle 

6.  Brandon  . Hon.  G.  R.  Coldwell . Brandon 

7.  Carillon  . Albert  Prefontaine  . St.  Pierre 

8.  Cypress  . George  Steel  . Glenboro 

9.  Dauphin  . J.  G.  Harvey  . Winnipeg 

10.  Deloraine  . J.  C.  W.  Reid . Underhill 

11.  Dufferin  . Hon.  Sir  Rodmond  Roblin  ..  Winnipeg 

12.  Emerson  .-. . D.  H.  McFadden . Emerson 

13.  Gilbert  Plains  . S.  Hughes  . Grandview 

14.  Gimli  . E.  L.  Taylor  . Winnipeg 

15.  Gladstone  . J.  W.  Armstrong . Gladstone 

16.  Hamiota  . William  Ferguson  . Hamiota 

J.7.  Kildonan  and  St.  And’ws.Hon.  Dr.  W.  H.  Montague.  .  .Winnipeg 

18.  Killarney  . Hon.  George  Lawrence.  ...  Killarney 

19.  Lakeside  . C.  D.  McPherson . ..Portage  la  Prairie 

20.  Lansdowne  . Tobias  C.  Norris  . Griswold 

21.  La  Verandrye  . W.  Molloy  . Winnipeg 

22.  Manitou . James  Morrow . Clearwater 

23.  Minnedosa  . J.  W.  Thompson  . Minnedosa 

24.  Morden  . B.  J.  McConnell,  M.D . Winnipeg 

25.  Morris  . Hon.  Colin  H.  Campbell  Winnipeg 

26.  Mountain  . J.  B.  Baird  . Pilot  Mound 

27.  Norfolk  . Robert  F.  Lyons  . Carberry 

28.  Portage  la  Prairie . Hon.  Hugh  Armstrong  ....Portage  la  Prairie 

29.  Rhineland  . Valentine  Winkler  . Winnipeg 

30.  Rockwood  . Isaac  Riley  . Stonewall 

31.  Russell  . F.  Y.  Newton . Russell 

32.  St.  Boniface  . Hon.  Joseph  Bernier  . St.  Boniface 

33.  South  Brandon  . A.  H.  Carroll  . Carroll 

34.  Springfield  . Donald  A.  Ross  . Winnipeg 

35.  Swan  River  . D.  D.  McDonald  . Pretoria 

36.  Turtle  Mountain . Hon.  James  Johnson . Boissevain 

37.  Virden  . H.  C.  Simpson  . Virden 

38.  Winnipeg  Centre  . Thomas  W.  Taylor  . Winnipeg 

39.  Winnipeg  North  . S.  Hart  Green  . Winnipeg 

40.  Winnipeg  South  . L.  McMeans  . Winnipeg 

41.  Winnipeg  West  . T.  H.  Johnson  . Winnipeg 

42.  Le  Pas  . R.  W.  Orok,  M.D . Le  Pas 


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GOVERNMENT  OFFICIALS 

Clerk -Executive  Council — Malcolm  Mac- 
Lean 

Deputy  Attorney-General — John  Allen 
Deputy  Minister  of  Public  Works  and 
Chief  Engineer — Charles  H.  Dancer 
Deputy  Provincial  Treasurer — W.  J. 
Ptolemy 

Deputy  Minister  of  Agriculture  and  Im¬ 
migration — Professor  S.  A.  Bedford 
Deputy  Provincial  Secretary — B.  L.  Bald- 
winson 

Deputy  Provincial  Lands  Commissioner — 
L.  J.  Howe 

Deputy  Municipal  Commissioner — E.  M. 
Wood 

Deputy  Minister  of  Education— R.  Flet¬ 
cher 

Auditor  Sec.  Treasury  Board — G.  Black 
Principal  Manitoba  Agricultural  Col¬ 
lege — W.  J.  Black 

Inspector  Public  Buildings  and  Institu¬ 
tions — W.  M.  Baker 
King's  Printer — James  Hooper 
Drainage  Commissioner  and  Departmen¬ 
tal  Auditor — A.  D.  Jolliffe 
Librarian — J.  P.  Robertson 
Inspector  Legal  Offices — R.  C.  Irving 
Insurance  Inspector — A.  E.  Ham 
Fire  Commissioner — A.  Lindback 
Chairman  Provincial  Telephone  System 
Commission — iGeorge  A.  Watson 
Coroner — Maxwell  S.  Inglis,  M.D.,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

Chief  Provincial  Police — E.  J.  Elliott 
Provincial  Game  Guardian — Charles  Bar¬ 
ber 

Chief  License  Inspector — M.  J.  John¬ 
stone 

Public  Utility  Commissioner — Hon.  H. 
A.  Robson 

Supt.  Deaf  and  Dumb  Institute — H.  Mc- 
Dermid,  M.D., 


PROVINCIAL  BUILDINGS 

Land  Titles  Office,  Boissevain 
Hospital  for  the  Insane,  Brandon.  J.  J. 
McFadden,  medical  superintendent;  R. 
B.  Cummings,  bursar 
Land  Titles  Office,  Brandon 
Land  Titles  Office,  Carman 
Land  Titles  Office,  Morden 
Land  Titles  Office,  Neepawa 
Land  Titles  Office,  Dauphin 
Land  Titles  Office,  Portage  la  Prairie 
Hospital  for  the  Insane,  Selkirk — J.  B. 
Chambers,  M.D.,  medical  superinten¬ 
dent;  H.  J.  Norquay,  assistant  medical 
superintendent;  M.  Sutherland,  bursar 
Agricultural  College,  Winnipeg — W.  J. 
Black,  principal 

Court  Houses,  Kennedy  St.,  Winnipeg 
Court  House  and  Gaol,  Brandon 
Court  House  and  Gaol,  Portage  la  Prairie 
Court  House  and  Gaol,  Morden 
Court  House  and  Gaol,  Minnedosa 
Government  House,  Kennedy  St.,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

Home  for  Incurables,  Home  for  Aged 
and  Infirm,  Portage  la  Prairie — W.  P. 
Smith,  superintendent;  H.  A.  Gordon, 
attending  physician 

Industrial  Training  School  for  Boys  and 
Girls — John  Weir,  Ph.  B.,  supt. 
Institution  for  the  Deaf  and  Dumb,  Por¬ 
tage  Ave.,  Winnipeg — H.  J.  McDermid, 
M.D.,  principal 

Land  Titles  Office,  Broadway,  Winni¬ 
peg 

Normal  School,  Winnipeg — Dr.  W.  A.  Mc¬ 
Intyre,  principal 

Parliament  Buildings,  Broadway,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

University  of  Manitoba,  Broadway,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

COURT  OF  APPEAL 

Hon.  Hector  Mansfield  Howell,  Chief 
Justice  of  Manitoba 
Judges  of  Appeal — 

Hon.  Albert  Elswood  Richards 
Hon.  William  Egerton  Perdue 
Hon.  John  Donald  Cameron 
Hon.  Alexander  Haggart 


Registrar  and  Taxing  Officer — G.  H. 
Walker 

Deputy  Registrar — Augustus  Mills 
Clerk  and  Stenographer — A.  J.  Christie 
Court  of  Appeal  sits — 

March  term  commences  first  Monday 
in  February  and  ends  second  Satur¬ 
day  following 

April  term  commences  second  Monday 
in  May  and  ends  second  Saturday 
following 

June  term  commences  second  Monday 
in  June  and  ends  on  second  Satur¬ 
day  following 

September  term  commences  last  Mon¬ 
day  in  September  and  ends  second 
Saturday  following 
November  term  commences  last  Mon¬ 
day  in  November  and  ends  second 
Saturday  following 

Official  Assignee — Charles  H.  Newton, 
Winnipeg 

EASTERN  JUDICIAL  DISTRICT, 
WINNIPEG 

Sheriff — Colin  Inkster 
Official  Administrator — Toronto  General 
Trusts  Corporation,  Winnipeg 
Deputy  Sheriff — John  Peguizer 
Crier — A.  G.  Petrin 
Judges  Messenger — J.  C.  De  Lorimier 

CENTRAL  JUDICIAL  DISTRICT 
PORTAGE  LA  PRAIRIE 

Deputy  Clerk  of  Crown  and  Pleas,  and 
Clerk  of  Surrogate  Court  and  County 
Court — S.  M.  Macdonald,  Portage  la 
Prairie 

Sheriff — H.  Jolly,  Portage  la  Prairie 
Deputy — George  A.  Muir,  Portage  la 
Prairie 

Official  Administrators — National  Trust 
Co.,  Winnipeg 

Court  Reporter — F.  W.  Galbraith,  Por¬ 
tage  la  Prairie 

COURT  OF  KING’S  BENCH, 
MANITOBA 

Chief  Justice — Hon.  T.  G.  Mathers 
Puisne  Judges — Hon.  D.  A.  Macdonald, 
Hon.  T.  L.  Metcalfe,  Hon.  J.  E.  P. 
Prendergast,  A.  C.  Galt  and  J.  P.  Cur¬ 
ran. 

Sits  every  Tuesday  in  Eastern  District 
(Winnipeg).  Sittings  at  Portage  la 
Prairie,  second  Tuesday  in  January, 
second  Tuesday  in  May,  first  Tuesday 
after  the  first  day  of  July  and  the 
third  Tuesday  in  September 
At  Brandon,  on  first  Tuesday  after  sixth 
i  of  January,  the  first  Tuesday  in  May, 

I  last  Tuesday  in  June,  and  third  Tues¬ 
day  in  September 

,  At  Morden,  on  third  Tuesday  in  January, 
fourth  Tuesday  in  May,  first  Tuesday 
I  after  the  first  day  of  July,  and  on  the 
:  third  Tuesday  in  September 

At  Minnedosa,  fourth  Tuesday  in  Janu¬ 
ary,  third  Tuesday  in  May,  last  Tues- 
I  day  in  June,  first  Tuesday  in  October 
i  At  Portage  la  Prairie,  second  Tuesday 
in  January,  second  Tuesday  in  May, 
first  Tuesday  after  first  July,  fourth 
1  Tuesday  in  September 

COURT  OFFICIALS  AT  WINNIPEG 

Inspector  of  Legal  Offices — R.  C.  Irving 
Sheriff — 'Colin  Inkster 
Referee  in  Chambers  and  Master — Geo. 
Paterson 

Prothonotary  and  Deputy  Referee — 
Geoffrey  H.  Walker 

Deputy  Prothonotary — Augustus  Mills 
Registrar — W.  A.  Wilkes 
Accountant — H.  B.  J.  K.  Smith 
Clerks— G.  A.  Buchanan.,  T.  W  Noble 
and  H.  A.  Laws 

Court  Reporters — Wm.  Perkins  and 
James'  Perkins 


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WESTERN  JUDICIAL  DISTRICT, 
BRANDON 

Deputy  Registrar  and  Clerk  of  Crown 
and  Pleas — Robert  Darrach,  Brandon 
Sheriff — W.  H.  Henderson 
Official  Administrators — National  Trust 
Co.,  Winnipeg 

Court  Reporter — A.  M.  Ross 

SOUTHERN  JUDICIAL  DISTRICT 

Deputy  Clerk  of  Crown  and  Pleas — E.  D. 
Kerby 

Sheriff— A.  C.  D.  Pigott 

Official  Administrator — J.  H.  Black 


BOILER  INSPECTORS 

District  No.  1 — Wm.  J.  Restall,  316  Aber¬ 
deen  Ave. 

District  No.  2 — Alex.  Campbell,  Portage 
la  Prairie 

District  No.  3 — James  J.  Calladon,  Bran¬ 
don 

District  No.  4 — Wm.  Garrett,  Morden 

District  No.  5 — T.  Robinson,  Neepawa 

District  No.  6 — T.  J.  Adair,  Grand  View 

District  No.  7 — Ernest  Schneider,  Mor¬ 
den 

District  No.  8 — Telesphore  Rondeau, 
Somerset 

District  No.  9 — Wm.  Harrison,  Holmfield 

LAND  TILES  OFFICE 


NORTHERN  JUDICIAL  DISTRICT 

Deputy  Clerk  of  Crown  and  Pleas — Geo. 
L.  Stone 

Sheriff— R.  J.  Spratt 

Official  Administrator — E.  B.  Fisher 

Court  Reporter — F.  Hand 

COUNTY  COURT  JUDGES,  CRIMINAL 
COURT 

Courts  held  at  Winnipeg,  Portage  la 
Prairie,  Morden,  Minnedosa  and  Bran¬ 
don,  presided  over  by  judges  of  the 
courts  for  East,  Centre,  Southern,  West¬ 
ern  and  Northern  Judicial  Districts  re¬ 
spectively. 

Eastern  Judicial  District — Heath  Jack- 
son,  clerk 

County  Court  Judges — Winnipeg,  R.  Hill 
Myers,  Alex.  Dawson,  George  Pater¬ 
son;  St.  Boniface,  L.  A.  Prud’homme; 
Portage  la  Prairie,  Joseph  Ryan;  Bran¬ 
don,  T.  D.  Cumberland;  Morden,  Cor¬ 
bet  Locke;  Minnedosa,  C.  J.  Mickle. 

SURROGATE  COURT 

Eastern  Judicial  District,  held  at  Court 
House,  Winnipeg.  Judge,  R.  H.  My¬ 
ers;  Clerk  and  Registrar  for  the  Prov¬ 
ince,  L.  N.  Betournay 
Central  Judicial  District,  held  at  Por¬ 
tage  la  Prairie.  Judge,  Joseph  Ryan; 
Clerk,  S.  M.  Macdonald 
Western  Judicial  District,  held  at  Bran¬ 
don.  Judge,  T.  D.  Cumberland;  Clerk, 
Robert  Darrach 

Southern  Judicial  District,  held  at  Mor¬ 
den.  Judge,  Corbet  Locke;  Clerk,  Geo. 
Cochrane 

St.  Boniface,  held  at  St.  Boniface.  Judge 
Hon.  L.  Prud’homme;  Clerk,  J.  C. 
Turenne 

Northern  Judicial  District,  held  at  Min¬ 
nedosa.  Judge,  Hon.  C.  J.  Mickle; 
Clerk,  G.  L.  Stone 

LICENSE  COMMISSIONERS 

District  No.  1 — W.  W.  Ireland,  Car- 
berry;  E.  J.  Barclay,  Brandon;  J.  A. 
Blakeman,  Virden 

District  No.  2— A.  Kerr,  Gladstone;  S.  D. 

Barr,  Neepawa;  A.  McDonagh,  Russell 
District  No.  3— John  M.  Phillips,  Mor¬ 
ns;  C.  S.  Finlayson,  Bannerman;  R. 
Owens,  Manitou 

District  No.  4— D.  E.  Sprague,  Winni¬ 
peg;  M.  H.  Morrison,  Carman;  T.  Sted- 
man,  Winnipeg 


LICENSE  INSPECTORS 

Chief  Inspector  Manitoba— M.  J.  John¬ 
stone;  Edward  Power,  assistant  chief 
inspector 

Local  Inspector  for  District  No.  1 — A. 
Wilson,  Brandon;  No.  2 — Wm.  Cox, 
Portage  la  Prairie;  No.  3 — D.  A.  Mc- 
Intyre,  Manitou;  No.  4 — D.  Huston, 
S.  Weir,  R.  Power,  S.  Hanford,  Snow¬ 
flake;  Chief  Clerk,  J.  Penrose,  Winni¬ 
peg 


Registrar-General  for  Province — W.  E. 
Macara,  Winnipeg 

Deputy  Registrar-General  for  Province — 
J.  H.  Brown,  Winnipeg 
Winnipeg  Land  Titles  District,  com¬ 
prising  the  city  of  Winnipeg,  the  par¬ 
ishes  of  iSt.  Paul,  Kildonan,  St.  John 
St.  James,  St.  Boniface,  St.  Charles, 
Headingly,  St.  Francois  Xavier,  St.  Vi¬ 
tal,  St.  Norbert,  St.  Malo,  Rat  River 
Settlement,  St.  Anne,  Oak  Island,  Lor- 
ette,  Grande  Point,  and  that  part  of 
St.  Agathe  north  of  lot  239  west  of 
Red  and  lot  240  east  of  Red,  and  tps. 
4  to  12,  rgs.  2  W.  to  east  boundary  of 
Province;  tps.  13  to  15,  rgs.  2  to  4  W. 
District  Registrar — W.  E.  Macara,  Win¬ 
nipeg 

Deputies  (new  system) — J.  H.  Brown, 
E.  D.  Carey,  C.  E.  Bastin  and  E.  A. 
Pridham 


Deputy  (old  system) — F.  C.  N.  Kennedy, 
Winnipeg 

Brandon  Land  Titles  District — Tp.  7, 
rgs.  1 7 -i2 9 ,  tps.  8-9  rgs.  17-22,  tps,  10- 
12  rgs.  13-22 

District  Registrar — F.  G.  A.  Plenderson, 
Portage  la  Prairie  Land  Titles  Dis¬ 
trict — Comprising  parishes  of  High 
Bluff,  Poplar  Point,  Portage  la  Prairie, 
Baie  St.  Paul  and  iSt.  Laurent,  and  the 
settlement  of  Westbourne  and  Oak  Point 
and  tps.  19-44  rg.  1,  tps.  18-44  rg.  2, 
tps.  16-18,  rg.  2  W.  of  Shoal  Lake,  tps. 
16-44  rgs.  3-4,  tps.  10-12  rgs.  3-4,  tps. 
10-44  rgs.  6-12. 

Registrar — John  O’Reilly 

Morden  Land  Titles  District — Tps.  1-5 
rgs.  3-16  and  tp.  6  rgs.  7-16  W. 
Registrar — W.  R.  Black 

Boissevain  Land  Titles  District — Tps. 
1-16  rgs.  17-23  W. 

Registrar — J.  A.  Taylor 

Neepawa  Land  Titles  District — Tps. 
13-15  rgs.  13-27,  tps.  16-22  rgs.  13-29, 
tps.  23-24  rgs.  26-29  and  all  N.  of  tp. 
44. 

Registrar — J.  B.  Cain 


Carman  Land  Titles  District — Tps.  7-9 
rgs.  3-16  W.  and  tp.  6  rgs.  3-6  W.  and 
Carman  village. 

Registrar — H.  W.  H.  Knott 


Lisgar,  Gimli  and  Plessis — Tps.  13-44 
rg.  4  E.  to  boundary  and  parishes  of  St. 
Andrews,  St.  Clements  and  St.  Peters. 
Registrar — L.  S.  Vaughan 

Manchester  Land  Titles  District — Tps. 
1-3  rgs.  1-2  W.,  rg.  1  E.  to  Lake  of 
Woods. 

Registrar — John  Angus 


Rockwood  Land  Titles  District — Tps. 
13-44  rgs.  1-2  E.,  tps.  13-18  rg  1  W., 
tps.  16-17  rgs  2  W.,  East  Shoal  Lake. 
Registrar — J.  M.  Riley 

Dauphin  Land  Titles  District — Tps. 
23-24  rgs.  13-25  W.,  tps.  25-44  rgs  13-29 
W. 


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Virden  Land  Titles  District — Tps.  8- 
rgs.  23-29,  tps.  13-15  rgs.  28-29. 
Souris  River  Land  Titles  District — 


Tips.  1-6  rgs.  24-29  W. 
Registrar — J.  A.  Ross 


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JUSTICES  OP  THE  PEACE,  WINNIPEG 

A.  A.  Aird,  Sigfus  Anderson,  M.  Aldous, 
Chas.  Barber,  W.  G.  Bell,  Thos.  Berry, 
Henry  J.  'Cairns,  J.  Callaway,  Geo. 
Clark,  H.  T.  Champion,  Geo.  C.  Ellis, 
M.  Finkelstein,  H.  Fry,  J.  E.  M.  Furby, 
A.  Hallonquist,  Maurice  Halter,  Sam¬ 
uel  Halter,  S.  T.  Handscomb,  J.  W. 
Hhrris,  W.  Harvey,  W.  Hespeler,  F.  H. 
Hewitt,  Jas.  Hooper,  J.  W.  Horne,  D. 
Hossack,  T.  C.  Keenleyside,  N.  G.  Les¬ 
lie,  Edward  W.  Levins,  G.  Latimer, 
V.  Mager,  R.  A.  W.  Magnusson,  I.  W. 
Martin,  Dr.  Wm.  C.  Morden,  W.  K. 
McPhail,  Geo.  Wm.  Neary,  Jas.  Pen- 
Rose,  W.  J.  Ptolemy,  Wm.  Thomas 
Peace,  F.  C.  Patterson,  George  Fred¬ 
erick  Richards,  R.  T.  Riley,  J.  J.  Roon¬ 
ey,  J.  Stuart,  A.  Strang,  L.  D.  Smith, 
J.  Scroggie,  Edward  Sproule,  M.  Suther¬ 
land,  P.  H.  Thom,  T.  Harry  Webb, 
Thos.  Wilson,  B.  Zimmerman. 

PROVINCIAL  POLICE  MAGISTRATES 

Alexander — D.  Loney 
Altona — Peter  Braun 
Assessippi — John  T.  Adams 
Austin — A.  Pickering  and  W.  B.  Gilroy, 
J.P. 

Atwell — Josiah  Hunter 

Baldur — A.  W.  Playfair 

Beausejour — T.  T.  Wvzkowski 

Beausejour — C.  E.  Stewart 

Berens  River — F.  A.  Disbrow 

Binscarth — Wm.  L.  Johnson 

Birtle — H.  A.  Manwaring 

Boissevain — W.  V.  Udall 

Brandon — Wm.  H.  Bates 

Brookdale — Chas.  Gowans 

Bruxelles — Auguste  De  Paps 

Carman — E.  D.  Malcolm 

Cartwright — W.  P.  Duncalfe 

Clearwater — H.  J.  McIntyre 

Crystal  City — James  Colter 

Crandall — W.  J.  Budd 

Darlingford — R.  A.  Fines 

Dauphin — A.  E.  Munson 

Deloraine — D.  L.  Livingstone 

Dunrea — J.  Taylor 

Ed  ran  s — Tom  Seaman 

Elgin — J.  Rutherford  Code 

Elkhorn — Charles  W.  Crosby 

Elkhorn — Joseph  Webster 

Elphinstone — iR.  iB.  Prout 

Elm  Creek — C.  C.  Clough 

Emerson — J.  W.  Whitman 

Fort  Alexander — -Leo  Schanus 

Gilbert  Plains — W.  B.  Nicholson 

Gladstone — -Donald  A.  McLean 

Greenway — W.  P.  Cornock 

Griswold — S.  W.  Taylor 

Griswold — Thomas  Garth 

Grandview — A.  L.  Henry 

Gretna — J.  Tennant 

Hamiota — -L.  B.  Latimer 

Hartney — T3.  D.  Batty 

Holland — James  Campbell 

Holm  Held — D.  Pritchard 

Kenville — J.  White 

La  Broquerie — A.  Roean 

Lac  du  Bonnet — J.  F.  Horrocks 

Lenore — F.  H.  Ringwood 

Lorette — R.  R.  Keam 

MacGregor — W.  B.  Gilroy 

Mariapolis — W.  Craik 

Minitonas — -S.  Dunn 

Minitonas — J.  J.  Walker 

Miami — Thomas  G.  Coles 

Mini ota — G.  Rowan 

Minnedosa — W.  H.  Sparling 

Morden — W.  M.  Morden 

Morris — D.  M.  Ure 

Mowbray — F.  Beattie 

Neeoawa — W.  G.  Pollock 

Neepawa — J.  A.  McGill 

Ninga — C.  W.  Seefield 

Oak  Lake — A.  A.  Cameron 

Oak  River — John  H.  Stewart 

Pipestone — W.  R.  Turnbull 

Portage  la  Prairie — G.  A.  J.  A.  Marshall 

Pine  Valley — E.  Einarson,  Jr. 

Rapid  City — J.  Northam 


Rapid  City — 'George  Clackson 

Reston — F.  W.  Read 

Ridgeville — A.  W.  Heath 

Rivers — R.  S.  Dunsmuir 

Roblin — rR.  W.  McBride 

Roland —  W.  H.  Southam 

Rossburn — V.  W.  Johnston 

Russell — A.  B.  Callin 

Seeburn — O.  Seebach 

Selkirk — R.  C.  Moody 

Shoal  Lake — W.  M.  Ingersoll 

Sidney — A.  C.  iSharpley 

Sinclair — Thomas  Smith 

Somerset — Jean  De  Froment 

Souris — P.  R.  O’Neaill 

Solsgirth — E.  G.  Fisher 

Sprague — J.  E.  'Can ham 

Stonewall — J.  E.  Turner 

Stony  Mountain — A.  Saunders 

St.  Anne  de  Chenes — R.  Magnan 

St.  Boniface — Joseph  Turenne 

St.  Laurent — J.  M.  J.  Mulvihill 

St.  Lazare — W.  C.  O’Keefe 

St.  Norbert — Henri  de  Moissac 

St.  Pierre — Moise  Jutras 

Strathclair — E.  Burnell 

Stuartburn — Thos.  Holgate 

Swan  River — C.  A.  Lewis 

Swan  Lake — G.  W.  Burrell 

Teulon — James  Graham 

Tyndall — R.  J.  Girard 

Virden — W.  F.  Scarth 

Waskada — R.  Marr 

Waskada — F.  J.  Davis 

Wawanesa — A.  Eason 

Wellwood — Young  Taylor 

Westbourne — W.  Rhunid 

Whitemouth — W.  Cousins 

Whitewater — J.  H.  Bates 

Winkler — A.  Johnson 

Winnipeg — Hon.  Hugh  John  Macdonald 

Winnipeg — Alex.  McMicken 

Winnipeg — 'George  F.  Richards 

Winnipeg  (Elmwood) — J.  K.  Hardy 

Winnipeg  Beach — J.  Kernestead 

Winnipegosis — G.  O.  Bellamy 

Woodridge — G.  Bafortune 

DEPARTMENT  OF  EDUCATION 

Minister  of  Education — Hon.  G.  R.  Cold- 
well,  K.  C. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Education — Robert 
Fletcher,  B.A. 

Chief  Secretary — Fred  J.  Ney 
Office  Staff — ‘Miss  M.  C.  Killam,  ac¬ 
countant;  Mrs.  M.  E.  Rooke.  clerk  of 
records;  Miss  G.  A.  Killer,  Miss  E.  M. 
Corelli,  George  Sherman,  stenograph¬ 
ers:  Fred  Neeves,  Clerk  of  Free  Texts; 
William  lies,  messenger;  J.  M.  Roe  and 
Milfred  Woods,  clerks. 

Advisory  Board. — -Representative  of  in¬ 
spectors.  A.  W.  Hooper,  Brandon; 
representative  of  high  school  and  col¬ 
legiate  teachers,  E.  A.  Garratt,  B.A., 
Winnipeg;  representative  of  public 
school  teachers,  D.  J.  Wright,  De¬ 
loraine,  and  Daniel  McIntyre.  M.A., 
LL.D..  Winnipeg:  appointed  by  the 
Department  of  Education,  Wm.  Ive- 
rach,  Isabella.  Man.:  Rev.  A.  A.  Cher- 
rier,  Winnipeg:  C.  K.  Newcombe.  B.A., 
Winnipeg;  .T.  R.  Jones,  M.D.,  Winni¬ 
peg:  Rev.  S.  D.  Thomas,  Rivers.  Man.; 
the  Most  Reverend  Samuel  P.  Mathe- 
son,  B.D..  Archbishop  and  Metropoli¬ 
tan  of  Rupert’s  Land.  Winnipeg; 
Chairman,  the  Most  Reverend  Samuel 
P.  Matheson;  secretary,  R.  Fletcher. 
Normal  School — W.  A.  McIntyre,  B.A., 
LL.D.,  principal;  Alex.  McTntvre,  B.A., 
assistant  principal:  B.  J.  Hales,  B.A., 
LL.B. ;  Miss  L.  Cull  (handwork  for  the 
grades);  Miss  Hodgson  (drawing  and 
art) 

Model  -School — Principal.  W.  A.  McIn¬ 
tyre.  B.A..  LL.D.;  assistants.  Mis  3 
Laura  Cull,  Miss  Helen  Palk,  Miss 
Kate  Macleod.  S.  T.  Newton  (manual 
training) 


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Brandon  Training-  School — Principal,  J. 
T.  Cressey,  Brandon;  assistant,  T.  D. 
Perley,  Brandon;  Jacob  T.  Norquay, 
Brandon 

Winnipeg  Training  School  —  Principal, 

A.  F.  Bloch,  B.A. 

Organizers  of  Schools  among  foreign¬ 
speaking  people — Paul  Gigejczuk,  Win¬ 
nipeg;  John  Hiebert,  Altona;  J.  I. 
Bargen,  Plum  Coulee 
Manitoba  Institution  for  the  Deaf  and 
Dumb.  Portage  Avenue  cor  Sherbrook. 
iPrincipal,  Dr.  H.  J.  McDermid;  Bursar, 
H.  G.  Lilley. 

Inspectors — S.  E.  Lang,  M.A.,  inspector 
of  secondary  schools;  E.  E.  Best,  166 
Chestnut  St.,  Winnipeg;  T.  M.  Maguire, 
Portage  la  Prairie;  A.  L.  Young,  36 
Furby  St.,  Winnipeg;  Roger  Goulet, 

B. A.,  St.  Boniface;  A.  Potvin,  B.A.,  St. 
Boniface:  A.  W.  Hooper,  Brandon;  W. 
J.  Parr,  B.A.,  Killarney;  E.  H.  Walker, 
B.A.,  Dauphin;  A.  J.  Hatcher,  Elk- 
horn,  A.  B.  Fallis,  Neepawa;  D.  J. 
Wright,  Deloraine;  M.  H.  Jones,  Win¬ 
nipeg;  F.  H.  Belton,  'Roblin;  J.  E.  S. 
Dunlop,  Carberry;  A.  A.  Herriott, 
Gladstone;  E.  D.  Parker,  '35  McAdam 
Ave.,  Winnipeg;  J.  B.  Morrison,  Ham- 
iota;  W.  C.  Hartley,  Carman,  J.  W. 
Gordon,  Manitou;  A.  Weidenhammer, 
Morden;  T.  G.  Finn,  Morden;  G.  R. 
Brunet,  St.  Boniface. 

PROVINCIAL  BOARD  OF  HEALTH 

Chairman,  R.  M.  Simpson,  M.D.,  Winni¬ 
peg;  J.  H.  Edmison  M.D.,  Brandon; 
J.  M.  Eaton,  M.D.,  Carberry;  F.  L. 
Schaffner,  M.D.,  Boissevain;  Gordon 
Bell,  M.D.,  Winnipeg;  Secretary,  E.  M. 
Wood,  Government  Buildings,  Winni¬ 
peg;  Provincial  Bacteriologist,  Dr. 
Gordon  Bell 

Heath  Inspectors 

District  No.  1. — iR.  M.  Simpson,  M.D. 
District  No.  2. — R.  B.  Cuthbertson,  M.D. 
District  No.  3. — J.  H.  Edmison,  M.D. 
District  No.  4. — D.  C.  Davidson,  M.D. 

MANITOBA  GOVERNMENT  TELE¬ 
PHONES 

Commissioner,  George  A.  Watson;  Chief 
Engineer,  H.  E.  Brockwell;  Chief 
Clerk,  W.  R.  Harris;  Local  Manager, 
James  F.  Innes;  Provincial  Commer¬ 
cial  Superintendent,  James  T.  Mat- 
tice. 

The  Government  System  connects 
with  the  long  distance  and  local  lines 
of  the  Government  of  Saskatchewan. 

In  addition  to  the  above  the  Govern¬ 
ment  -System  makes  connection  with  the 
systems  of  the  different  municipalities 
throughout  the  province  and  the  systems 
operated  by  the  farmers  locally. 

It  also  has  a  connecting  agreement 
with  the  Northwestern  Telephone  Ex¬ 
change  Systems,  to  points  in  the  United 
States  via  Neche,  Hannah  and  Emerson. 

PROGRESS  OF  AGRICULTURE 

Province  of  Manitoba 
Grain  Crops 

1913 


Area  in 

Total 

Crop 

Aver¬ 

Yield 

Acres 

age 

Bushels 

Spring  Wheat 

3, 12  5, <6  40 

20. 

62,400,276 

Fall  Wheat  .  . 

15,578 

22.8 

355,178 

All  Wheat  .  . 

3,141,2 18 

20 

62,755,455 

Oats  .... 

1,939,7,23 

.42. 

81,410,174 

Barley  .  .  . 

1,153,834 

28.6 

33,014,69,3 

Flax  .... 

115,054 

11.3 

1,301,278 

Rye  .... 

10,936 

19 

208,322 

Peas  .... 

4,115 

20.9 

8<6,024 

Total  .... 

6,364,880 

178,775,946 

1912 


Area  in 

Total 

Crop 

Aver¬ 

Yield 

Acres 

age 

Bushels 

Spring  Wheat 

2,8-14,08/3 

20.7 

158,225,729 

Fall  Wheat  . 

9,279 

22.4 

207,850 

All  Wheat  . 

2,8/23,3l62 

,20.7 

58,433,579 

Oats  .... 

1, 9-39, 982 

46. 

,87,190,677 

Barley  .  .  . 

9.62,928 

35.1 

33,795,191 

Flax  .... 

196,315 

13.6 

2,-671,729 

Rye  .... 

10,305 

19.6 

202,605 

Peas  .... 

2,936 

21.7 

63,713 

Total  .  .  . 

5,935,828 

182,357,494 

Potatoes  and  Roots 


1913 

Total 

Area 

Aver- 

Yield 

Acres 

age 

Bushels 

Potatoes 

.  .  .  5-5,743 

180. 

9,977,263 

Roots  . 

.  .  .  .  16,275 

257.8 

4,19,6,612 

1912 

Total 

Area 

Aver- 

Yield 

Acres 

age 

Bushels 

Potatoes 

.  .  .  51,878 

206. 

10,734,612 

Roots  . 

.  .  .  .  14,109 

276. 

3,89-5,118 

Oats 

Year 

Acreage  Av. 

Yield 

Total  Yield 

1909 

1,373,683 

37.1 

50,983,056 

1910 

1,48-6,436 

28.7 

42,647,766 

1911 

1,628,562 

45.3 

73,786,683 

1912 

1,9,39,982 

46. 

87,190,677 

1913 

1,9-39  723 

42. 

81,410,174 

Barley 

Year 

'Acreage 

Av.  Yield 

Total  Yield 

1909 

601,008 

27.31 

16,416,634 

1910 

624.644 

20.75 

12,9-60  038 

1911 

759,977 

31.5 

23,999,239 

1912 

962,928 

35.1 

33  79-5,191 

1913 

1,153,834 

28.6 

33,014,69-3 

Flax 

Year 

Acreage 

Av.  Yield 

Total  Yield 

1909 

20,-635 

12.29 

253  636 

1910 

41,002 

9.97 

410,928 

1911 

85,836 

14. 

1,20-5,727 

1912 

196,315 

13.6 

-2,671,729 

1913 

115,054 

11.3 

1,301,278 

Wheat 

Year 

Acreage 

Av.  Yield 

Total  Yield 

1909 

2,542,111 

17.33 

45,774,707 

1910 

2,962,187 

13.47 

39  916,391 

1911 

3,339,072 

18.29 

61,058,786 

1912 

2  823,362 

'20.7 

-58,433,579 

1913 

3,141,218 

20. 

62,755,455 

Land  Prepared  for  Crop  of  1914 

1913  1912 


Breaking . 

155,942 

232,945 

Summer  Fallowing 

.1.144,405 

1,016,575 

Fall  Plowing  . 

1,581,-824 

695,703 

Total . 

2,882,171 

1,945  223 

Live 

Stock 

1913 

1912 

Horses . 

300,753 

273,395 

Cattle . 

456,-936 

429  274 

Sheep  . 

52,142 

42„085 

Pigs . 

248,254 

216,640 

315 

PART  V. 


Dominion  of  Canada 


GOVERNOR- GENERAL 

His  Royal  Highness,  Arthur  William 
Patrick  Albert,  Duke  of  Connaught 
and  Strathern,  K.G.,  K.T.,  K.P., 

G. C.S.I.,  G.C.M.G.,  G.C.I.E.,  G.C.V.O., 
P.C.  (assumed  office,  October  13, 
1911.) 

Governor-General’s  and  ^Military  Secre¬ 
tary — Lieut.-Col.  H.  C.  Lowther,  C|M. 
G-,  M.V.O.,  D.S.O.,  Scots  Guards. 
Equerry  and  Comptroller  of  the  House¬ 
hold — Capt.  T.  H.  Rivers-Bulkeley, 

C. M.G.,  M.V.O.,  Scots  Guards. 
Aides-de-Camp — Lieut,  the  Hon.  A.  Ram¬ 
say,  R.N.,  A.D.C. ;  Capt.  W.  Long, 

D. S.O.,  Scots  Greys,  A.D.C.;  Capt.  H. 

C.  Buller,  The  Rifle  Brigade,  A.D.C- ; 
Capt.  Orlando  Ball,  R.N.R, 

Medical  Office — Capt.  E.  S.  Worthington, 
M.V.O.,  R.A.M.C. 

Private  Secretary — Arthur  F.  Sladen,  C. 
M.G. 

Deputy  Governor-General  and  Admini¬ 
strator — The  Right  Hon.  Sir  Charles 
Fitzpatrick,  P.C.,  G.C.M.G.,  K.C..  Chief 
Justice  of  Canada  and  Member  of 
Hague  Tribunal. 

THE  CABINET 

President  of  the  King’s  Privy  Council 
and  Prime  Minister — Hon.  Robt.  Laird 
Borden,  LL.D.,  K.C. 

Minister  of  Trade  and  Commerce — Hon. 
George  Eulas  Fqster,  B.A.,  D.C.L., 

LL.D. 

Minister  of  Interior — Hon.  William 
James  Roche,  M.D. 

Minister  of  Public  Works — Hon.  Robert 
Rogers. 

Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals — Hon. 
Francis  Cochrane. 

Minister  of  Finance — Hon.  William 
Thomas  White. 

Postmaster-General — Hon.  Louis  Phil¬ 
ippe  Pelletier,  K.C. 

Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  and 
Minister  of  Naval  Service — Hon.  John 

D.  Hazen.  B.A.,  B.C.L. 

Minister  of  Justice — Hon.  Charles  J. 

Doherty,  K.C..  D.C.L.,  LL.D. 

Minister  of  Militia  and  Defence — Hon. 
Samuel  Hughes. 

Secretary  of  State  and  Registrar-General 
of  Canada — Hon.  Louis  Coderre.  K.C. 
Minister  of  Labor — Hon.  Thomas  W. 
Crothers,  B.A.,  K.C. 

Minister  of  Inland  Revenue  and  Mines 
—Hon.  Wilfred  Bruno  Nantel,  K.C. 
Minister  of  Customs — Hon.  John  D.  Reid, 
M.D. 

Minister  of  Agriculture — Hon.  Martin 
Burrell. 

Ministers  Without  Portfolios — Hon.  Geo. 

H.  Perley,  B.A. ;  Hon.  A.  E.  Kemp,  Hon. 

J.  A.  Lougheed,  K.C. ;  Hon  Audre 
Charrest. 

PRIVY  COUNCIL  OFFICE 

Clerk  of  the  Privy  Council — R.  Bou¬ 
dreau. 

Asistant  Clerk  of  the  Privy  Council — F. 

K.  Bennetts. 

Secretary  for  Imperial  and  Foreign  Cor¬ 
respondence — W.  Mackenzie. 

Private  Secretary  to  Prime  Minister — 

A.  E.  Blount. 

SENATE  OF  CANADA 

Speaker — Hon.  P.  Landry. 

Clerk  of  the  Senate  and  Clerk  of  the 
Parliaments — Samuel  E.  St.  Onge 
.Chapeau 


TWELFTH  PARLIAMENT 

Hon.  Thomas  S.  Sproule,  Speaker. 

LIBRARY  OF  PARLIAMENT 

Alfred  Ducios  De  Celles,  LL.D.,  F.R. 

S.C.,  General  Librarian. 

Martin  Joseph  Griffin,  LL.D.,  Parlia¬ 
mentary  Librarian. 

Comox-Atlin  —  Herbert  S.  Clements, 
Prince  Rupert. 

Kootenay — Robert  F  Green,  Kaslo. 
Nanaimo — Francis  H.  Shepherd,  Nanai¬ 
mo. 

New  Westminster — James  D.  Taylor, 
New  Westminster. 

Vancouver — Henry  H.  Stevens,  Vancou¬ 
ver. 

Victoria  City — George  H.  Bainard,  Vic¬ 
toria. 

Yale-Cariboo — Hon.  Martin  Burrell,  Ot¬ 
tawa. 

HIGH  COMMISSIONER’S  OFFICE. 

High  Commissioner  for  Canada  in  Lon¬ 
don,  17  Victoria  Street  S.  W. — The 

Right  Hon.  Baron  Strathcona  and 
Mount  Royal,  G.C.M.G. 

Secretary — William  Linney  Griffith. 
Assistant  Secretary  —  Christopher  J.  . 
Taylor. 

Immigration  Branch — J.  Obed  Smith. 
Deputv  Clerk  of  the  Crown  in  Chancery 
— J.  C.  Foley. 

DEPUTY  HEADS  OF  DEPARTMENTS, 
OTTAWA 

Auditor-General,  John  Fraser,  I.S.O. 
Deputy  Minister  of  Finance,  T.  C. 
Boville,  B.A. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Inland  Revenue,  W. 
J.  Gerald. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Public  Works,  James 

B.  Hunter,  B.A. 

King’s  Printer  and  Controller  of  Sta¬ 
tionery,  Charles  H.  Parmelee. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals 
and  Chairman  Government  Railway 
Managing  Board,  A.  W.  Campbell, 
CE. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Trade  and  Com¬ 
merce,  F.  C.  T.  O’Hara. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Justice,  Edmund 
Leslie  Newcombe,  C.M.G.,  K.C.,  LL.B. 
Comptroller  Royal  North  West  Mounted 
Police,  Frederick  White,  C.M.G. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Agriculture  and 
Deputy  Commissioner  of  Patents,  G. 
F.  O’Halloran,  B.A.,  B.C.L. 

Under  Secretary  of  State  for  External 
Affairs,  Joseph  Pope,  C.V.O.,  C.M.G., 
IS.O. 

Under  Secreary  of  State  and  Deputy 
Registrar  -  General,  Thomas  Mulvey, 

B. A.,  K.C. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisn 
eries,  A.  Johnston. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Interior,  W.  W.  Cory, 

C. M.G. 

Deputy  Superintendent-General  of  In¬ 
dian  Affairs,  Francis  Pedley. 


316 


Commissioner  of  Customs,  John  Me- 
Dougald. 

Deputy  Postmaster-General,  R.  M.  Coul¬ 
ter,  M.D.,  C.M.G. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Militia  and  Defence, 
Col.  Eugene  Fiset,  D.S.O.,  G.G.H.S., 
P.AM.C. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Labor,  Frederick  Ac- 
land. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Mines,  Albert  P. 
Low,  LL.D.,  B.Sc. 

Deputy  Minister  of  Naval  Service  and 
Comptroller,  G.  J.  Desbarats. 

Deputy  Master  of  the  Royal  Mint,  Dr. 
James  Bonar. 

Dominion  Police — Lieut. -Col.  A.  P.  Sher¬ 
wood,  C.M.G.,  Commissioner. 

DEPARTMENT  OP  THE  INTERIOR 

Minister  of  the  Interior,  Hon.  William 
James  Roche,  M.D. 

Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior,  W.  W. 
•Cory.  C.M.G. 

Assistant  Deputy  Minister,  J.  A.  Cote. 
Minister’s  Private  Secretary,.  George  F. 
Buskard. 

Secretary  of  the  Department  of  Interior, 
Perley  G.  Keyes. 

Surveyor  General,  Edouard  Deville. 
Commissioner  of  Dominion  Lands,  J.  W. 
Greenway,  Ottawa. 

Assistant  Deputy  Commissioner,  F.  Fitz¬ 
Roy  Dixon. 

Outside  Service. 

Director  of  Mines,  Eugene  Haanel  Ph. 
D.,  F.R.S.C. 

Inspector  of  Dominion  Land  Agencies, 
R.  E.  A.  Leach,  Brandon. 
Superintendent  of  Forestry,  R.  H.  Camp¬ 
bell,  Ottawa. 

Acting  Deputy  and  Director  Geological 
Survey,  R.  W.  Brock,  M.A.,  F.G.S. 
Superintendent  of  Immigration,  W.  D. 
Scott,  Ottawa. 

Commissioner  of  Immigration,  J.  Bruce 
Walker,  Winnipeg. 

POST  OFFICE 

Portage  Avenue  Cor.  Garry 
Inspector — Henry  H.  Phinney 
Postmaster — P.  C.  Mclntyor 
Assistant  Posthiaster — T.  T.  Bower 
Superintendent  Dead  Letter  Office — E. 
M.  Walker 

INLAND  REVENUE 

Old  Post  Office  Building 
Collector — Thos.  S.  Gosnell 


Inland  Revenue  Collections 


1911 

1912 

1913 

January  . 

$  76,835 

$  104,109 

$  112,665 

February 

74,630 

94,502 

101,600 

March  .  .  . 

86.892 

99,252 

99,382 

April  .  .  .  . 

87,113 

108,323 

114,951 

May  .  . .  . 

81,690 

105,381 

101,785 

June  .  . . . 

82,656 

94,090 

94,801 

July  .  .  .  . 

82,619 

104,122 

99,244 

August  .  . 

99,420 

111,740' 

111,697 

September 

115,096 

110,604 

110,288 

October  . 

118,744 

124,749 

,130,610 

November 

138,559 

151,317 

137,986 

December 

102,305 

146,021 

139,304 

$1,146,559 

$1,354,210 

$1,354,313 

DOMINION  PUBLIC  WORKS 

Third  Floor  Post  Office  Building 
Superintendent — J.  E.  Cyr 

DOMINION  SCHOOL  LANDS 

Third  Floor  Post  Office  Building 
Superintendent — F.  A.  Collins 

DOMINION  GOVERNMENT  SAVINGS 
BANK  AND  ASSISTANT  RECEIVER 
GENERAL’S  OFFICE 

Old  Post  Office  Building 
Assistant  Receiver  General — H.  M. 

Drummond 

DEPARTMENT  OP  THE  INTERIOR 

(Forestry  Branch) 

Old  Post  Office  Building 
Inspector — F.  K.  Herchimer 

DOMINION  LANDS  OFFICE 

Third  Floor  Post  Office  Building 
Agent — Leonard  Rankin 
Assistant  Agent — Fred  Axford 

CROWN  TIMBER  OFFICE 

Third  Floor  Post  Office  Building 
Agent — A.  Freeman 
Assistant  Agent — J.  Tod 

RAILWAY  MAIL  SERVICE 

Second  Floor  Post  Office  Building 
Superintendent— G.  E.  Kavanagh 

H.  M.  CUSTOMS 

Old  Post  Office  Building 
Surveyor — A.  M.  Kennedy 
Collector — Geo.  F.  Bryan 
Accountant — W.  T.  M.  Morrison 


Customs  Duties  Collected 


1911 

1912 

1913 

January  . $ 

528,109 

$  558,966  $ 

854,486 

February 

504,291 

769,684 

834,339 

March  .  .. 

588,749 

799,936 

852,155 

April  .... 

569,995 

992,110 

935,220 

May . 

618  054 

932,058 

961,119 

June  .... 

596,509 

840,238 

820,326 

July  .... 

575,540 

883,597 

833,442 

August  .  . 

803,869 

1,079,958 

911,385 

September 

709,065 

1,088,456 

819,390 

October  . 

701,683 

989,139 

831,443 

November 

698,720 

916,478 

684,243 

December 

747,969 

820,356 

572,370 

$7,642,558  $10,670,976  $9,909,918 

DOMINION  IMMIGRATION  HALLS 

Point  Douglas  Avenue  Oor.  Meade 
Commissioner — J.  Bruce  Walker 

DOMINION  RAILWAY  COMMISSION 

705,  167  Notre  Dame  E. 
Assistant  Engineer — H.  A.  K.  Drury 
Inspector — J.  Gardiner 
Inspector — J.  H.  Shinnick 
Assistant  Chief  Operator — G.  Spencer 

CONSULS  AND  CONSULAR  AGENTS 

Austria  -  Hungary — Keewayden  Bldg., 

Geo.  Reininghaus,  acting  consul 
Belgium — 201  Somerset  Bldg.,  A.  J.  H. 
Dubuc,  vice-consul 

France — 11  Royal  Bank  Bldg.,  Capt.  A. 
Andre,  vice-consul;  A.  L.  Monnin, 
deputy  consular  agent 


317 


Germany — '35  Royal  Bank  Bldg.,  H.  Frei-  I 
herr  Rudt  Von  Collenberg 
Italy — 541  Maryland,  J.  Barattieri 
Netherlands — 348  Main,  F.  E.  H.  Groen-  1 
man  acting  vice-consul 
Norwegian — 436  Grain  Exchange,  H.  R. 
Soot,  vice-consul 

Republic  of  Guatemalo — 731  Grain  Ex¬ 
change,  C.  N.  Bell,  vice-consul 
Royal  Danish — 506  Builders’  Exchange, 
•Sveinn  Brynjolfsson,  vice-consul 
Sweden — 51,  377  Main,  Harold  J.  Smith, 
vice-consul 

Switzerland — 11  Royal  Bank,  John  Erzin- 
ger 

United  States — 301-303  McGreevy  Block, 
Dr.  Frank  Dillingham,  consul-general; 
James  J.  McBride,  vice  and  deputy 
consul  general 

MILITARY  DISTRICT  NO.  10 

Headquarters:  Fort  Osborne  Barracks, 
Winnipeg,  Man. 

Headquarter  Staff — District  Officer  Com¬ 
manding  Col.  S.  B.  Steele,  C.B.,  M.V.O. 
A.D.C. ;  General  Staff  Officer,  Major 

L.  J.  Lipsett;  District  Staff  Adjutant, 
Major  W.  T.  Lawless;  Principal  Medi¬ 
cal  officer,  Major  F.  L.  Vaux,  P.A., 

M. C. ;  District  Signaller,  Lieut.  J.  Mc- 
Cready;  Sig.  Corps  Senior  Ordnance 
Officer,  Maj.  The  Cout  de  Bury  et  de 
Bocarme,  C.O.C. ;  Principal  Veterinary 
Officer,  Major  H.  D.  Smith,  V:S: 

District  Paymaster — Capt.  E.  Gagnon, 

C. A.P.C.  and  Q.M.S.,  Welsby  and  Sgt. 
Von  Rosen 

District  Staff  Clerks^J.  W.  Chandler, 
Sgt.  H.  W.  Robinson  and  Sgt.  Cum¬ 
mins 

Major  J.  A.  Hesketh,  Corps  of  Guides 
District  Intelligence  Officer — Major  J. 
A.  Hesketh,  .Corps  of  Guides 

Royal  School  of  Instruction 
Commandant — Lt.  Col.  A.  C.  Macdonell, 

D. S.O. ;  Adjt.  Capt.  F.  L.  Cartwright 
LORD  STRATHiCOxNA’S  HORSE  (Royal 

Canadian) — Lt.  Col.  A.  C.  Macdonald, 
D.S.O. ;  Majors — E.  F.  Mackie,  D.S.O., 
H.  D.  B.  Ketchen,  F.  L.  Cartwright, 
D.S.O.;  Captain — W.  R.  Russell;  Lieu¬ 
tenants — A.  E.  Shaw,  T.  L.  Arnott,  A. 
C.  Critchley,  A.  D.  Cameron,  Lt.  Davis, 
Lt.  J.  Crichtley,  R.  Duhault,  V.O. 

THE  16TH  LIGHT  HORSE,  Military 
District  No.  10  (Organized  G.  O.  3 
July.  ’05).  Regimental  Headquarters 
— Regina,  Sask.  Four  Squadrons. 
Squadron  Headquarters:  A  Squadron, 
Moosomin;  B  Squadron,  Yorkton;  C 
Squadron,  Regina;  D  Squadron,  Gren¬ 
fell.  Uniform,  scarlet;  facings,  yel¬ 
low.  Lieut.-Col.,  R.  A.  Carman. 

THE  18TH  MOUNTED  RIFLES,  Mili¬ 
tary  District  No.  10  (Organized  G.  O. 

2  April,  ’07).  Regimental  Headquar¬ 
ters — Portage  la  Prairie,  Man.  Four 
Squadrons.  Squadron  Headquarters: 

A  Squadron,  Winnipeg;  B  Squadron, 
Dominion  City;  C  Squadron,  Portage 
la  Prairie;  D  Squadron,  Morden.  Uni¬ 
form  scarlet,  facings  yellow.  Lt.  Col. 
C.  D.  McPherson. 

20TH  B.  H. — A  Reston,  B  Carnduff.  C 
Estevan,  D  Weyburn.  Scarlet  and 
white  facings. 

22ND  SASKATCHEWAN  LIGHT  HORSE 
Military  District  No.  10  (Organized 
G.  O.  1  March,  ’08.  Regimental  Head¬ 
quarters.  A  Squadron,  Lloydminster; 

B  Squadron,  Lachburn;  C  Squadron, 
North  Battleford;  D  Squadron,  Battle- 
ford.  Uniform  scarlet,  facings  white. 

27TH  LIGHT  HORSE — A  Squadron,  Ma¬ 
ple  Creek;  B  Squadron,  Swift  Current; 

C  Squadron,  Moose  Jaw.  Uniform 
scarlet,  facings  white. 


29TH  LIGHT  HORSE — A  Squadron,  Sas¬ 
katoon;  B  Squadron,  Allan;  C  Squad¬ 
ron,  Saskatoon;  D  Squadron,  Priuce 
Albert.  Uniform  scarlet,  facings  yel¬ 
low. 

SURGEONS — Lieut.  B.  J.  Curry,  Win¬ 
nipeg. 

13TH  WINNIPEG  BATTERY  C.  A.. 
Winnipeg — Major  L.  J.  Ducharme 
(Commanding).  Capt.  H.  R.  Ham¬ 
mond,  Lieuts.  A  H.  Rounthwaite,  E. 
J  Anderson.;  W.  Gault,  Medical  Offi¬ 
cer;  Surgeon,  Major  R.  J.  Blanchard. 

26TH  FIELD  BATTERY— Major  W.  G. 

V.  Bishop,  Regina. 

36TH  BATTERY — Major  F.  Lachance, 
M.D.,  St  Boniface. 

CANADIAN  ARMY  SERVICE  CORPS, 
No.  11  COMPANY,  Winnipeg— Major 
C.  N.  Scott;  Lieuts. — C.  A.  Ruttan, 
Vet.  Lieut. — T.  Z.  Woods. 

No.  18  COMPANY  CANADIAN  ARMY 
SERVICE  CORPS— Major  A.  Corelli, 
Capt.  L.  S.  Baker,  Lieut.  J.  A.  Short, 
Lieut.  J.  B.  Morrison. 

7  9TH  CAMERON  HIGHLANDERS  OF 
CANADA,  Military  District  No.  10 — 
Organized  February  1,  1910.  Head¬ 
quarters:  Winnipeg,  Man.  Eight  com¬ 
panies.  Hon.  Col.,  Rt.  Hon.  Lord 
Strathcona  and  Mount  Royal,  G.C.M. 
G.,  G.C.V.O. ;  Hon.  Lieut.-Col.,  D.  C. 
Cameron;  Lt.  Col.  J.  A.  Cantlie, 
Major  D.  S.  McKay;  Captains  H.  F. 
Osier,  H.  J.  A.  Davidson,  W.  Grassie, 
J.  Y.  Reid,  H.  P.  Pennock,  J.  C.  Gil¬ 
lespie,  W.  H.  Collum,  R.  M.  MacLeod. 

CORPS  OF  GUIDES — District  Intelli¬ 
gence  Officer,  M.  D.  10,  Major  J.  A. 
Hesketh,  Winnipeg;  Capt.  J.  L.  R. 
Parsons.  Regina;  Lieut.  F.  A.  M. 
Creighton,  Prince  Albert;  Lieut.  W.  M. 
Everall,  Port  Arthur;  Lieut.  W.  T. 
Daniel.  Regina;  A.  J.  Bell,  Prince  Al¬ 
bert;  Capt.  F.  A.  Wilkin. 

SIGNALLING  CORPS — District  Signal¬ 
ling  Officer,  Lieut  J.  McCready  and 
S.  M.  I.  (W.S.)  F.  Rush,  L.S.H.R.C. 

Warrant  Officers — R.  S.  M.  M.  Docher- 
ty,  L.S.H.,  R.C. 

100th  Regiment  “Winnipeg  Grenadiers” 
Military  District  No.  10 
(Organized  G.  O.  April  1st,  1908) 

Regimental  Headquarters — Winnipeg, 
Man. 

1  Batallion  (8  companies) 
Uniforms  Red,  Facings  Blue 

Honorary  Lieut.-Col. — E.  Brown,  Esq. 

Lieut. -Colonel — J.  B.  Mitchell. 

Majors — R.  Burritt  (M.S.C.),  G.  S.  Alex¬ 
ander. 

Captains — S.  McClelland,  E.  L.  Howell, 
M.  P.  Blair. 

Lieutenants — C.  D.  Lindsay,  E.  A.  Wel¬ 
don,  F.  E.  Parker,  A.  C.  Wingood,  T. 

W.  Brady,  L.  J.  Carey,  A.  W.  Haw¬ 
key.  F.  W.  Stoneham,  J.  N.  Semmens, 
F.  Taylor,  E.  F.  Hutchings,  P.  Walk¬ 
er,  C.  H.  Manahan,  A.  P.  Cameron, 
R.  Tidmus,  J.  D.  Huttan,  R.  F.  Fair- 
brother,  K.  G.  Richardes,  G.  L.  War¬ 
ner,  H.  S.  Champion. 

Adjutant — Lieut.  A.  T.  Wood 

•Signalling  Officer — F.  Taylor 

Quartermaster — Capt.  J.  Leslie 

Medical  Officers — Major  W.  Webster, 
( A.M.C.).  Capt.  iC.  E.  F.  Fortin  (A.M. 
C.) 

Chaplain — Rev.  W.  B.  Heeney  (Hon. 
Captain.) 

Corps  Reserve  Captain — T.  L.  Hartley. 


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Winnipeg . 

1901 

42,340 

1908 

90,216 

Brandon  . 

5,620 

14,000 

St.  Boniface  .  .  . 

2,019 

5,-119 

P.  la  Prairie  .  . 

3,901 

6,500 

Selkirk  . 

2,188 

3,2-00 

Dauphin  . 

1,135 

3,000 

Morris  . 

465 

513 

Neepawa  . 

1,418 

1,895 

Souris  . 

838 

2,000 

Virden  . 

901 

1,471 

Minnedosa  .... 

1052 

1,550 

Carman  . 

1,439 

1,530 

Morden  . 

1,522 

1,438 

Emerson  . 

840 

920 

Killarney  . 

585 

1,117 

Stonewall  . 

689 

1,074 

Boissevain  .... 

898 

979 

Carberry  . 

1,023 

1,111 

Beausejour  .... 

Deloraine  . 

Gladstone  . 

731 

836 

Melita  . 

485 

784 

Manitou  . 

617 

716 

Grandview  .... 

Hartney  . 

Shoal  Lake  .... 

Rapid  City  .... 

52:9 

738 

Elkhorn  . 

Hamiota  . 

Russell  . 

Gretna  . 

666 

646 

Swan  River  .  .  . 

Gimli  . 

Winkler . 

Pilot  Mound  .  . 

446 

650 

Birtle  . 

Oak  Lake  .... 

Plum  Coulee  .  . 

394 

500 

Wawanesa  .... 

Napinka  . 

Winnipeg  Beach 

Gilbert  Plains  . 

CITY  OF  ST.  BONIFACE 
City  Officials,  1914 
Mayor — Dr.  F.  Lachance 
Aldermen 

Ward  1 — J.  A.  Marion,  J.  A.  Cusson 
Ward  2 — T.  Pelletier,  Ed.  Guilbault 
Ward  3 — A.  Gauvin,  J.  A.  OBeaupre 
Ward  4 — D.  C.  McFee,  Thos.  Turnbull 
Ward  5 — H.  Sutherland,  W.  J.  Kenny 
Clerk  and  Treasurer — J.  B.  Cote 
Magistrate — Joseph  Turenne 
Engineer — M.  P.  Blair 
Tax  Collector — J.  C.  Dussault 
City  Electrician  and  Plumbing'  Inspec¬ 
tor — R.  J.  Swain 

Building  Inspector — Henri  Cusson 
Supt.  of  Public  Works — L.  Lafranchise 
Chief  of  Police — Leo  Marcil 
Pound  Keeper — J.  Thompson 
Chief  of  Fire  Brigade — Leo  Marcil 
Provincial  Government  Officials 
Judge  of  County  Court — L.  A.  Prud- 
homme 

Clerk  of  County  Court — J.  C.  Turenne 
County  Court  Bailiff— F.  X.  Normandeau 

TOWN  OF  TRANSCONA 

Mayor — Peter  W*att 

Councillors — F.  Mackichan,  J.  Mawby, 
C.  Alsip,  G.  G.  Roberts,  B.  Kovnats, 
W.  J.  Amor,  W.  Newman,  C.  Z.  Good¬ 
year 

Building  Inspector — Robert  F.  Webster 
Medical  Officer — D.  V.  S.  Winkler,  M.D. 
Health  Officer— W.  Barugh 
Assessor — O.  F.  Dennison 
Sec.-Treasurer — George  P.  Campbell 

RURAL  MUNICIPALITY  OF  ROSSER 

Reeve — John  Haddow 

Councillors — Duncan  McDonald,  Percy 
Beachell,  James  N.  Taylor,  John  C. 
Stewart,  Harry  Hardern 
Sec.-Treasurer — Walter  H.  Beachell 
Assessor — Frederick  A.  Corbett 
Constable — Wm.  N.  Snell 

RURAL  MUNICIPALITY  OF  ST.  PAUL 

Reeve — A.  Sperring 

Councillors — T.  H.  Ernes,  J.  Oakley,  W. 
Waugh,  H.  J.  Pritchard 

Secretary-Treasurer — W.  Gorham 
Solicitor — G.  W.  Baker 
Health  Officer — Dr.  Chas.  W.  Trick 
Assessor — S.  Henderson 
Weed  Inspector — J.  Macbeth 


191.1 

135,430 

13,833 

7,478 

2,990 

2,815 

1,987 

1,863 

1,854 

1,'558 

1,483 

1,266 

1,130 

1,043 

1,010 

1,005 

918 

878 

847 

808 

782 

690 

639 

637 

623 

591 

580 

574 

565 

562 

519 

517 

496 

458 

4’58 

456 

449 

380 

350 

326 

264 

51 


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Postal  Information 

RATES  OF  POSTAGE 

_ 


FIRST-CLASS  MATTER. 

LETTERS 

Letters  addressed  to  places  in  Canada, 

Mexico  and  United  States,  including  Guam, 
Hawaii,  Panama  Canal  Zone,  Phillipine 
Islands,  Porto  Rico  and  Tutuila,  2  cents  per 
ounce  or  fraction  thereof. 

Letters  addressed  to  places  in  Canada 

must  be  at  least  partially  prepaid,  and 
those  addressed  to  Mexico  and  the  United 
States  must  be  prepaid  at  least  a  full  rate 
(2c.).  Otherwise  they  will  be  sent  to  the 
Dead  Letter  Office. 

Letters  addressed  to  places  in  Canada 

and  partly  prepaid  will  be  forwarded,  sub¬ 

ject  on  delivery  to  double  the  amount  of 
unpaid  postage. 

Letters  for  the  United  States  should  bear 
the  name  of  the  State  as  well  as  that  of  the 
Post  Office. 

Letters  addressed  to  mere  Initials,  or  ficti¬ 
tious  names,  will  not  be  delivered  unless 
addressed  in  care  of  a  resident  or  to  some 
box  in  the  Post  Office. 

Letters  addressed  simply  to  a  street  num¬ 
ber  or  to  a  room  number  in  a  specified 
building  without  the  name  of  a  person,  firm, 
etc.,  may  be  delivered,  provided  there  is 
only  one  household  or  firm  in  occupation  of 
the  premises  indicated;  otherwise  letters  so 
addressed  will  be  sent  to  the  Dead  Letter 
Office  as  insufficiently  addressed. 

Every  letter  for  the  city  should  bear  name, 
street  and  number,  no  matter  how  well 
known  the  name  may  be;  otherwise  it  is  an 
incomplete  address,  and  delivery  may  be 
delayed. 


RE-DIRECTED  LETTERS. 


Re-directed  letters  are  not  liable  to  any 
additional  postage  if  handed  back  to  the 
Post  Office  with  a  changed  address  at  the 
moment  of  delivery  or  as  soon  as  possible 
thereafter,  provided  always  the  change  in 
the  address  does  not  require  the  letter  to 
be  sent  to  any  place  to  which  the  postage 
rate  is  higher  than  was  at  first  payable.  In 
this  case  the.  additional  postage,  if  not  pre¬ 
payed,  will  be  collected  on  delivery. 

Re-directed  letters  should  not  be  dropped 
into  a  Post  Office  Box  or  Receiver  unless 
additional  postage  has  been  put  on  to  carry 
them  to  their  second  destination. 


REQUEST  LETTERS 

Letters  from  places  in  Canada.  Newfound¬ 
land,  Mexico  and  the  United  States,  covered 
by  envelopes,  bearing  a  request,  either  print¬ 
ed  or  written,  that  the  letters  be  returned 
to  the  sender  if  not  delivered  within  a  cer¬ 
tain  specified  time,  will  be  returned  as  re¬ 
quested  if  not  delivered  in  the  time  stated. 

Requests,  whether  printed  or  written,  on 
packages  of  Third  or  Fourth-class  matter, 
and  on  transient  newspapers  for  return  in 
case  of  non-delivery,  will  be  complied  with; 
but  a  charge  will  be  made  for  such  direct 
return  equal  to  the  original  postage  charge. 


SPECIAL  DELIVERY  LETTERS 


Letters  are  sent  to  their  City  Addresses 
between  7  a.m.  and  11  p.m.  daily,  except 
Sunday,  bearing,  in  addition  to  the  usual 
prepayment  of  2  cents  an  ounce,  a  “special 
delivery”  Canadian  stamp,  addressed  to  the 
following  cities  in  Canada:  Berlin,  Brandon. 
Brantford,  Brockville,  Calgary,  Charlotte¬ 
town  (P.E.I. ),  Chatham,  Ft.  William,  Ed¬ 
monton,  Fredericton.  Galt,  Guelph,  Halifax, 
Hamilton,  Hull  (Que. ),  Kingston,  Lethbridge 
(Alta.),  London.  Moncton  (N.B.),  Montreal, 
Moose  Jaw  (Sask.),  New  Westminster  (B. 
C. ),  Niagara  Falls  (Ont. ),  Ottawa,  Owen 
Sound,  Peterboro,  Port  Arthur,  Quebec,  Re¬ 
gina.  St.  Catharines.  St.  Hyacinthe,  St.  John. 


St.  Thomas,  Sarnia,  Saskatoon  (Sask.),  Sault 
Ste.  Marie  (Ont.),  Sherbrooke,  Stratford, 
Sydney  (N.S. ),  Toronto,  Trois  Rivieres.  Van¬ 
couver  and  Victoria,  Windsor,  Winnipeg.  The 
10  cents  “special  delivery”  stamp  may  be 
obtained  at  any  post  office. 

American  Special  Delivery  Stamps  may  be 
obtained  at  the  Stamp  Counter. 

EXPRESS  LETTERS  AND  PARCELS 
There  is  immediate  delivery  of  “Express” 
letters  and  parcels,  so  marked,  addressed  to 
United  Kingdom.  Fee  payable  there  on  let¬ 
ters  is  6c.  a  mile  from  addressee’s  post  office. 
Fee  payable  on  parcels.  10c.,  can  be  prepaid 
here. 


POST  CARDS 

For  Canada,  Mexico  and  the  United  States. 
1  cent  each.  For  Great  Britain,  Newfound¬ 
land  and  all  Postal  Union  countries,  2  cents 
each.  Reply  cards  for  Canada  and  the 
United  States,  2  cents  each.  Nothing  must 
be  attached  to  a  Post  Card. 

Private  Post  Cards,  duly  prepaid  1  cent 
each  by  postage  stamp,  may  be  posted  in 
Canada  for  delivery  within  Canada.  Mexico, 
and  the  United  States. 

Private  Post  Cards  may  have  a  reply  card 
attached  bearing  1  cent  stamp. 

Post  Cards  (official  or  private)  may  be 
posted  in  Canada  addressed  for  delivery  In 
any  Postal  Union  country,  postage  2c.  each. 
Such  cards  are  admissable  as  “printed  mat¬ 
ter,”  provided  they  conform  to  the  regula- 
I  tions  governing  same,  in  which  case  the 
;  postage  rate  is  lc.  each. 

j  The  limit  of  size  for  a  Private  Post  Card 
(Domestic)  is  6  in.  long  by  3%  in.  wide. 

The  British  Post  Office  will  recognize  as 
I  entitled  to  return  to  this  country  the  reply 
!  halves  of  Canadian  Domestic  Reply  Post 
j  Cards  upon  which  the  additional  1  cent 
postage  stamps  required  have  been  affixed. 

For  fear  of  the  reply  side  of  a  double 
post  card  becoming  uppermost,  enclose  it  in 
a  small  India-rubber  ring. 

Legal  Documents  and  Commercial  Papers 

Legal  Documents  and  Commercial  Papers, 
and  all  other  matter  either  wholly  or  partly 
in  writing  (except  the  matter  specially  men¬ 
tioned  under  Third-class),  are  liable  to  letter 
rate  of  postage,  2  cents  per  ounce,  when 
posted  for  delivery  in  Canada. 

These  papers  may  be  sent  to  Great  Bri¬ 
tain.  Newfoundland.  United  States,  and  all 
Foreign  countries  at  5  cents  for  the  first  10 
ounces,  and  1  cent  for  each  additional  2 
ounces.  Must  be  sent  in  covers  open  at  the 
ends,  so  as  to  be  easy  of  examination. 

SECOND-CLASS  MATTER. 

NEWSPAPERS  FROM  OFFICE  OF 
PUBLICATION 

The  despatch  of  newspapers  by  mail  from 
office  of  publication,  is  governed  by  the 
regulations  of  the  Post  Office  Act,  61  Vic., 
cap.  20.  and  all  information  respecting  en¬ 
closures,  sample  copies,  etc.,  can  be  obtained 
at  the  General  Post  Office. 

Transient  Newspapers  and  Periodicals. 

Transient  newspapers  and  periodicals  for 
any  place  in  Canada,  Mexico  or  the  United 
States,  lc.  per  4  ounces.  For  other  countries 
see  Foreign  Postal  Rates  published  in  Post 
Office  Guide. 

THIRD-CLASS  MATTER. 


Books,  Matter  Partly  Printed  or  WTiolly  in 
Print  and  Miscellaneous  Matter 

On  Books  (printed),  Pamphlets,  Circulars 
(printed  or  produced  by  a  multiplying  pro¬ 
cess),  Catalogues,  Hand  Bills.  Blank  Forms, 
Prices  Current  (printed),  Calendars,  Show 
Cards,  Maps,  Prints.  Drawings,  Plans  (with¬ 
out  specifications),  Engravings,  Lithographs, 


320 


Photographs  (on  card  or  paper),  Visiting 
Cards  (printed  or  engraved),  Sheet  Music, 
Printed  Stationery,  Official  or  Private  Post 
Cards  (when  sent  in  bulk  to  a  separate 
address)  and  all  matter  wholly  in  print, 
when  addressed  to  Canada.  Mexico,  United 
States,  Newfoundland,  and  all  other  coun¬ 
tries  the  rate  is  lc.  for  each  2  ounces  or 
fraction  thereof.  Limit  of  weight  to  Canada, 

5  lbs.,  but  a  single  hook,  10  lbs.  Limit 
to  United  States,  4  lbs.  6  ozs.,  and  to 
United  Kingdom,  5  lbs.  For  other  Postal 
Union  countries,  4  lbs.  6  ozs.  No  packet 
addressed  to  Canada  may  exceed  3  feet  6 
inches  in  length,  nor  may  the  combined 
length  and  girth  of  any  package  exceed 

6  feet.  When  addressed  to  other  countries, 
except  to  the  United  Kingdom,  when  the 
limit  is  2  ft  x  1  ft.  x  1  ft.,  the  limit  in  size 
must  not  exceed  18  ins.  in  any  direction 
unless  in  the  form  of  a  roll,  when  a  length 
of  30  ins.  is  allowed,  provided  the  diameter 
does  not  exceed  4  ins. 

Book  and  Newspaper  Manuscript,  Printer  s 
Copy  and  Printer’s  Proof  Sheets,  when 
posted  for  delivery  in  Caflada,  or  the  United 
States,  the  rate  is  lc.  for  each  2  ozs.  or 
fraction  thereof.  Limit  of  weight  to  Can¬ 
ada.  5  lbs.;  to  the  United  States,  4  lbs. 

6  ozs. 

The  rate  on  this  class  of  matter,  when 
addressed  to  places  in  Mexico,  is  1  cent, 
per  2  ozs.;  limit  of  weight,  4  lbs.  6  ozs. 

Manuscript,  when  not  accompanied  by 
proof  sheets,  addressed  to  Great  Britain  and 
all  foreign  countries,  with  the  exception  of 
the  United  States  and  Mexico,  must  be  pre¬ 
paid  as  commercial  papers. 

Manuscript,  when  accompanied  by  proof 
sheets  relating  thereto,  may  pass  to  Great 
Britain  and  all  foreign  countries  at  the  rate 
of  lc.  for  each  2  ozs.  or  fraction  thereof. 
Limit  of  weight  to  Great  Britain,  5  lbs.; 
to  other  countries,  4  lbs.  6  ozs. 

All  such  matter  must  be  put  up  in  such 
a  way  as  to  admit  of  the  contents  being 
easily  examined. 

CIRCULARS 

are  communications  in  print,  or  produced 
by  a  multiplying  process  easily  distinguished 
from  typewriting,  which  are  posted  to  several 
Individuals,  and  couched  in  identical  terms. 

A  circular  may,  without  becoming  liable  to 
a  higher  rate  of  postage,  be  signed  and  dated 
in  handwriting  and  may  also  contain  the 
name  of  the  addressee  in  .writing  at  the 
top. 

The  postage  on  Circulars  produced  in 
imitation  of  typewriting  or'  handwriting  by 
a  multiplying  process,  is  lc.  per  2ozs.,  when 
at  least  20  copies  in  precisely  identical  terms 
are  handed  in  to  the  Post  Office  at  one 
time.* 

Circulars  typewritten  are  liable  to  letter 
rate. 

Printed  Matter  Addressed  “The  Householder” 

Circular  matter,  duly  prepaid,  may  be  , 
posted,  addressed  simply  "The  Householder." 
without  the  name  of  any  person,  or  indi¬ 
cation  of  street  or  number,  and  will  be 
delivered  at  every  house  so  far  as  the  supply  ! 
permits,  in  places  in  Canada  where  there  | 
is  free  delivery  by  letter  carrier.  The  num-  | 
ber  of  householders  in  city  offices,  where 
the  letter  carrier  system  is  in  operation,  can 
be  ascertained  on  application  at  the  Post¬ 
master’s  Office. 

PATTERNS  AND  SAMPLES 

Bonafide  Patterns  and  Samples  of  Mer¬ 
chandise,  not  exceeding  3  lbs.  in  weight, 
and  not  of  saleable  value,  may  be  sent  to 
any  place  in  Canada  or  Mexico,  at  1  cent 
for  each  2  ounces  or  fraction  thereof.  Must 
be  put  up  so  as  to  admit  of  inspection. 
Goods  sent  in  execution  of  an  order,  how¬ 
ever  small  the  quantity  may  be,  articles 
sent  by  one  private  individual  to  another, 
not  being  actually  Trade  Patterns  or  Sam¬ 
ples,  are  not  admissible.  Limit  of  size,  30 
inches  in  length  by  1  foot  in  width  or  depth. 

The  rate  on  these  articles  when  addressed 
to  other  countries  is  2  cents  for  the  first 

4  ozs.  or  fraction  thereof,  and  lc.  for  each 
additional  2  ozs.  or  fraction  thereof. 

Limit  of  weight  to  United  Kingdom  is 

5  lbs.;  limit  of  size,  2  feet  in  length  by  1 
foot  in  width  or  depth. 

The  limit  of  weight  to  other  Postal  Union 
countries  is  12  oz.s. ;  limit  of  size,  1  foot  in 
ength  by  8  ins.  in  width,  and  4  ins.  In 
depth.  If  in  form  of  roll  it  may  be  12  ins. 
in  length  and  6  ins.  in  diameter. 


SEEDS.  CUTTINGS,  BULBS,  ETC. 

On  Seeds,  Cuttings,  Bulbs,  Roots,  Scions 
or  Grafts(  but  not  cut  flowers),  when  posted 
for  delivery  in  Canada,  the  postage  is  2 
cents  for  the  first  4  ozs.  or  fraction  thereof, 
and  1  cent  for  each  additional  4  ozs.  or 
fraction  thereof.  Limit  of  weight,  5  lbs. 
These  articles  can  only  be  sent  to  th« 
United  States  at  the  1  cent,  per  ounce  rate. 
Limit  of  weight.  4  lbs.  6  ozs. 

FOURTH-CLASS  MATTER. 

MERCHANDISE,  ETC. 

comprises  such  articles  of  general  mer¬ 
chandise  as  are  not  entitled  to  any  lower 
rate  of  postage.  When  addressed  to  places 
in  Canada  or  the  United  States,  the  postage 
is  lc.  for  each  ounce  or  fraction  thereof. 
Limit  of  weight  in  Canada.  5  lbs. ;  to  the 
United  States,  4  lbs.  6  ozs. ;  of  size,  3  ft. 

6  ins.  in  length,  but  the  combined  length  and 
girth  of  any  packet  must  in  no  case  exceed 
6  ft.  Matter  claiming  to  be  Fourth  Class 
must  be  open  to  inspection,  and  there  must 
be  no  correspondence  enclosed,  except  in- 
voices.  and  accounts  of  the  articles  enclosed, 
(when  addressed  to  Canada  only).  Pack¬ 
ages  of  Fourth  Class  matter  may  be 
sent  to  the  United  States,  including  Porto 
Rico,  Hawaii,  Panama  Canal  Zone  and  Phil¬ 
ippine  Islands,  if  prepaid  1  cent  per  ounce, 
but  the  contents  will  be  liable  to  Customs 
Inspection  and  collection  of  duty  in  the 
United  States,  Sealed  tins  containing  fish, 
lobster,  vegetables,  meats,  etc.,  if  put  up 
in  a  solid  manner  and  labelled  in  such  a 
way  as  to  fully  indicate  the  nature  of  their 
contents,  may  be  sent  as  Fourth  Class 
matter  within  the  Dominion,  but  no  sealed 
matter  can  bent  forwarded  to  the  United 
States  under  this  head.  Liquids,  oils  and 
fatty  substances  may  be  sent  to  places  in 
Canada  and  the  United  States  as  Fourth 
Class,  if  securely  put  up. 

REGISTRATION 

Money  letters  should  always  be  registered. 

Every  article  intended  for  registration 
must  be  handed  in  at  the  wicket  and  a 
receipt  obtained  therefor. 

The  fee  on  all  classes  of  articles  addressed 
to  countries  to  which  matter  may  be  regis¬ 
tered  is  5  cents. 

The  sender  of  a  registered  article  posted 
in  Canada  for  delivery  in  Canada,  or  in  any 
other  Postal  Union  country,  may  entitle 
himself  to  a  certificate  as  to  the  disposal 
of  the  said  article  by  the  Postmaster  at  the 
office  addressed,  on  prepayment  of  an  addi¬ 
tional  fee  of  5  cents.  All  classes  of  matter 
may  be  registered  to  all  destinations  in 
Canada  and  (with  the  exception  of  that 
sent  by  parcel  post)  throughout  the  Postal 
Union;  and  letters  may  be  registered  to 
most  of  the  countries  not  included  in  the 
Union. 

Senders  of  registered  articles  are  requested 
to  put  their  names  and  addresses  in  the 
upper  left  hand  corner  of  the  cover. 

The  public  are  reminded  that  registered 
letters  are  only  carried  on  trains  that  are 
accompanied  by  a  railway  mail  clerk.  Hence 
a  registered  letter  and  an  ordinary  letter 
posted  simultaneously  will  often  be  received 
at  different  times. 

In  case  of  the  loss  in  the  Postal  Service 
of  a  registered  article  posted  in  Canada  for 
delivery  in  Canada,  the  addressee,  or,  at 
the  request  of  the  addressee,  the  sender,  is 
entitled  to  an  indemnity,  which  in  no  case 
shall  exceed  twenty-five  dollars,  or  the 
actual  value  of  the  lost  registered  article 
when  the  same  is  less  than  twenty-five 
dollars,  provided  no  other  compensation  or 
reimbursement  has  been  made  therefor. 

FOREIGN  AND  COLONIAL  MAILS 
Rates  of  Postage 

The  postage  rate  on  letters  mailed  in 
Canada,  addressed  for  delivery  in  the  United 
Kingdom  and  the  following  British  Posses¬ 
sions,  is  2  cents  per  ounce  or  fraction  there¬ 
of:  Aden,  Ascension,  Australia,  Bahama 
Islands,  Barbados,  Basutoland,  Bechuana- 
land  Protectorate,  Bermuda,  British  States 
in  Siam,  British  East  Africa,  British  Guiana, 
British  Honduras,  British  New  Guinea,  Bri¬ 
tish  North  Borneo  Company’s  Territory  (in¬ 
cluding  Colony  of  Labuan).  British  Agencies 
in  French  Settlements  in  India,  British  Solo¬ 
mon  Islands,  British  Somaliland,  British 
Postal  Agencies  in  China,  viz. :  Amoy,  Can¬ 
ton,  Chefoo,  Foochow,  Hankow,  Hoihow, 
Liu-Kung-Tau  (Wei-Hai-Wrei) ,  Ningpo. 


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Postal  Agencies  in  Morocco,  viz.:  Alcazar, 
Casablanca.  Fez,  Larache,  Marrakesh,  Maza- 
gan,  Mequinez,  Mogador,  Rabat,  Saffi,  Tan¬ 
gier’  and  Tetuan;  Cape  Colony,  Cayman 
Islands,  Ceylon,  Cyprus,  Egypt,  Falkland 
Islands,  Fanning  Island,  Fiji,  Gambia,  Gib¬ 
raltar.  Gold  Coast  Colony,  Grenada,  Hong 
Kong,  India  (Brit.),  including  agencies  at 
Bahrain,  Guadur),  and  Muscat,  and  Gyantse, 
Pharijong,  and  Yatung  (Chumbi),  in  Tibet; 
Jamaica.  Lagos,  Leeward  Islands,  Malay 
States,  Malta,  Mauritius,  Natal,  Newfound¬ 
land.  New  Zealand  (including  Cook  Islands), 
Nigeria,  Norfolk  Island,  Nyassaland  Pro¬ 
tectorate,  Orange  River  Colony.  Papua,  Rho¬ 
desia,  St.  Helena,  St.  Lucia,  St.  Vincent,  Sara¬ 
wak.  Seychelles,  Sierra  Leone,  Straits  Settle¬ 
ments,  Soudan,  Tobago,  Transvaal.  Trinidad, 
Tristan.  D'Acunha,  Turk’s  Islands.  Uganda, 
Zanzibar. 

The  Countries  included  in  the  above  list 
are  all  embraced  in  the  Postal  Union,  and, 
with  the  exception  of  the  reduction  in  the 
Letter  Rate  and  in  the  Newspaper  Rate  to 
the  United  Kingdom.  Bahamas,  Barbados, 
Bermuda,  British  Guiana,  British  Honduras, 
British  North  Borneo.  Ceylon,  Cyprus,  Falk¬ 
land  Islands,  Fiji,  Gambia.  Gibraltar,*  Hong 
Kong,  Jamaica,  Leeward  Islands,  Malta, 
Mauritius,  Newfoundland.  New  Zealand,  Ni¬ 
geria,  Sarawak,  Seychelles.  Sierra  Leone, 
Trinidad.  Tobago,  Turk’s  Islands.  United 
South  Africa,  and  Zanzibar,  the  Postal 
Union  rates  and  Regulations  remain  in 
force 

Transient  newspapers  and  periodicals 
printed  and  published  in  Canada  may  be 
sent  to  places  indicated  in  the  preceding 
paragraph  at  the  rate  of  1  cent  per  4  ozs. 
or  fraction  thereof.  Other  papers  at  the 
rate  of  1  cent,  per  2  ozs. 

RATES  TO  OTHER  POSTAL  UNION 
COUNTRIES. 

Letters,  5  cents  per  ounce  or  fraction 
thereof,  and  3  cents  for  each  additional 
ounce  or  fraction  thereof;  Post  Cards,  2 
cents  each;  Newspapers,  Books,  Photographs, 
Printed  Matter,  etc.,  1  cent  per  two  ounces; 
Samples,  2  cents  for  first  four  ounces,  1  cent 
for  each  additional  2  ounces:  Commercial 
Papers,  5  cent  for  first  10  ounces,  1  cent  for 
each  additional  2  ounces;  registration  fee, 
5  cents.  Packets  of  photographs  for  Italy 
exceeding  3 V2  ounces  in  weight  can  only  be 
forwarded  when  prepaid  at  parcel  post  rates. 

Letters  containing  Gold.  Silver,  Jewelry, 
or  anything  liable  to  customs  duties,  cannot 
be  forwarded  by  post  beyond  the  Dominion. 
Such  articles  when  addressed  to  the  United 
States  must  be  sent  forward  as  Fourth-class 
matter.  To  all  other  foreign  countries(  ex¬ 
cepting  those  to  which  their  entry  is  pro¬ 
hibited)  these  articles  must  be  forwarded  by 
Parcel  Post. 

Postage  stamps  must  be  placed  on  the 
address  side  of  Post  Cards  and  other  un¬ 
enclosed  cards  sent  abroad. 

INTERNATIONAL  REPLY  COUPONS 

for  the  purpose  of  enabling  the  senders  of 
letters  to  other  countries  to  provide  for 
prepayment  of  the  replies  can  be  purchased 
at  Canadian  Post  Offices  for  6  cents  each. 
These  Coupons  are  exchangeable  for  postage 
stamps  of  the  value  of  5  cents  In  any  of 
the  countries  participating  in  the  arrange¬ 
ment,  and  the  names  of  such  countries  can 
be  ascertained  on  equiry  at  Stamp  Counter, 
General  P.  O. 


PARCEL  POST 


Direct  Parcel  Post  Exchanges  are  in  opera¬ 
tion  between  Canada  and  the  countries  men¬ 
tioned  in  the  following  table,  the  rate  and 
limit  of  weight  being  as  specified  in  each 
case : 

Rates  of  Postage.  Limit 
For  For  each  of 
first  succeeding  Weight, 
lb.  lb. 

Australian  Com¬ 
monwealth  (ex¬ 
cept  West  Au- 


stralia)  . 

24c 

24c 

11  lbs. 

Bermuda  . 

16c 

12c 

11  " 

♦China  (see  foot 

note)  . 

France  . 

18c 

8c 

11  “ 

Grenada  . 

25c 

25c 

7  “ 

Japan  . 

20c 

20c 

7  “ 

Newfoundland  . 

12c 

12c 

11  “ 

New  Zealand  .  . 

12c 

12c 

11  “ 

United  Kingdom 

12c 

12c 

11  “ 

Bahamas.  Barbados,  British  Guiana,  Ja¬ 
maica,  Leeward  Islands,  Mexico.  St.  Lucia, 
St.  Vincent,  Tobago  and  Trinidad,  for  the 
first  pound,  12  cents:  for  each  succeeding 
pound,  12  cents;  limit  of  weight,  11  lbs. 

♦The  rates  on  parcel  post  to  all  parts  of 
China  having  been  increased,  they  cannot 
be  shown  in  the  above  table.  Parties  wish¬ 
ing  to  mail  parcels  to  that  country  are, 
therefore,  advised  to  ask  at  the  Post  Office 
as  to  the  rates. 

Parcels  may  also  be  sent  via  England  to 
nearly  all  other  countries.  Rates  and  spe¬ 
cial  conditions  may  be  found  in  the  Official 
Postal  Guide,  or  learned  on  enquiry  at  Post 
Office  or  any  of  the  Branch  Offices. 

No  correspondence  must  be  enclosed.  A 
Custom's  Declaration  of  the  contents  and 
value  of  each  parcel  must  be  filled  up  at 
the  Post  Office,  or  one  of  the  branches,  and 
attached  to  the  parcel  by  the  sender. 

No  parcel  sent  from  Canada  by  parcel  post 
to  the  United  Kingdom,  or  to  another  coun¬ 
try  via  the  United  Kingdom,  may  contain  an 
enclosure  bearing  a  different  address  from 
that  on  the  cover  of  the  parcel. 

Parcels  addressed  to  the  United  Kingdom 
must  not  exceed  30  ins.  in  length  by  1  ft. 
in  width  or  depth,  nor  must  the  combined 
length  and  gifth  exceed  6  ft.  Parcels  will 
be  accented,  however,  3  ft.  6  ins.  in  length, 
and  having  a  combined  length  and  girth 
not  exceeding  6  ft.,  provided  the  contents 
are  articles  which  could  not  be  packed  in 
shorter  parcels,  such  as  umbrellas,  golf 
clubs,  etc. 

Parcels  addressed  to  any  country  other 
than  the  United  Kingdom  must  not  exceed 
2  ft.  in  length  by  1  ft.  in  depth. 

No  parcel  may  contain  coin  or  bullion 
exceeding  five  pounds  sterling  in  value;  in 
case  of  coins  a  special  exception  is  made, 
allowing  coins  which  are  clearly  intended 
for  purposes  of  ornament  to  be  enclosed  in 
parcels,  even  if  their  value  exceeds  five 
pounds. 

The  importation  of  the  following  articles 
into  the  United  Kingdom  by  Parcel  Post 
is  prohibited: — Letters,  explosive  and  danger¬ 
ous  articles,  foreign  reprints  of  British 
Copyright  works,  acetylene,  extracts  or 
other  concentrations  of  coffee,  chicory,  tea 
or  tobacco,  snuff  work,  tobacco  stalks,  to¬ 
bacco  stalk  flour,  prison-made  goods,  saccha¬ 
rin,  and  substances  of  a  like  nature  or  use, 
rags,  shoddy,  and  live  animals  (except  bees 
in  properly  constructed  cases). 


POST  OFFICE  SAVINGS  BANKS 


are  established  at  the  General  Office.  Sums 
of  $1.00  or  any  multiple  of  $1.00  can  be 
deposited,  but  the  maximum  sum  which 
may  be  received  from  any  one  depositor  In 
any  year,  ending  the  31st  March,  is  $1,500, 
and  the  total  sum  which  may  be  received 
to  the  credit  of  any  depositor  is  $5,000. 
Interest,  3  per  cent. 


MONEY  ORDERS 


The  purchase  of  a  Money  Order  is  but  the 
work  of  a  minute  and  payment  is  just  as 
prompt. 

The  rates  of  commission  for  Money  Orders 
issued  for  Canada  for  payment  in  Canada, 
Antigua,  Bahamas.  Barbados.  Bermuda, 
British  Guiana,  Cayman  Islands,  Cuba,  Do¬ 
minica,  Grenada,  Guam.  Hawaii,  Jamaica, 
Montserrat,  Nevis,  Newfoundland,  Panama 
Canal  Zone,  Philippine  Islands,  Porto  Rico, 
St.  Christopher  (St.  Kitts).  St.  Lucia.  St. 
Vincent,  Tobago,  Trinidad,  Turks  Island,  Tu- 
tuila  (Samoa),  Virgin  Islands,  and  the 
United  States,  are  as  follows,  viz.: — 

On  Orders  up  to  $> . $0.03 

Over  $  5  and  up  to  $10 . 06 

Over  $10  and  up  to  $30 . 10 

Over  $30  and  up  to  $30 . 15 

Over  $30  and  up  to  $75 . 25 

Over  $75  and  up  to  $100 . 30 

The  rates  on  commission  on  Orders  pay¬ 
able  in  the  United  Kingdom,  British  pos¬ 
sessions  and  all  other  countries  upon  which 
Money  Orders  may  be  obtained,  except  those 
mentioned  above,  are  as  follows,  viz.  :- 
If  not  exceeding 
Over  $3  and  up  to 

Over  $10  and  up  to 

Over  $20  and  up  to 

Over  $30  and  up  to 

Over  $40  and  up  to 

Over  $50  and  up 


$5... 

. $0.05 

to 

$10. . . 

. 10 

to 

$20. . . 

. 20 

to 

$30. . . 

. 30 

to 

$40. . . 

. 40 

to 

$50 . . . 

. 50 

to 

$60 . . . 

. 60 

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$60 

and 

up 

to 

$70 . 

. 70 

$70 

and 

up 

to 

$80 . 

$80 

and 

up 

to 

$90 . 

Over 

$90 

and 

up 

to 

$100 . 

There  is  no  exchange  of  money  orders 
with  Spain. 

Duplicate  orders  issued  free  of  charge. 

Transfer  of  payment  from  one  place  to 
another  and  changes  in  names  of  persons 
to  whom  payment  is  to  be  made  are  effected 
without  any  additional  charge. 

Office  Hours  at  Head  Office — From  8  to  22. 


POSTAL,  NOTES 


The  Postal  Note  System  established  by 
the  Post  Office  Department  affords  a  cheap 
and  convenient  means  for  remitting  small 
sums. 

Are  sold  and  paid  at  more  than  10,000 
Post  Offices  in  Canada. 

May  be  bought  as  quickly  as  Stamps. 

May  be  bought  during  all  Post  Office 
Hours. 

Can  be  crossed  to  ensure  safety. 

To  meet  the  public  interest  the  rates 
have  been  fixed  at  very  moderate  figures, 
as  follows: 


lc.  on 

note 

for.  .$0.20 

2c.  on 

note  for. 

$0.90 

lc. 

" 

.  .  .25 

2c. 

“ 

1.00 

lc. 

.  .  .30 

2c. 

“ 

1.50 

lc. 

.  .  .40 

2c. 

“ 

2.00 

2c. 

“ 

.50 

2c. 

“ 

2.50 

2c. 

.  .  .60 

3c. 

“ 

3.00 

2c. 

.  .  .70 

3c. 

** 

4.00 

2c. 

“ 

.  .  .75 

3c. 

“ 

5.00 

2c. 

“ 

.  .  .80 

5c. 

“ 

10.00 

Odd  cents  may  be  made  up  by  affixing 
Canadian  Postage  Stamps  not  exceeding  9 
cents  in  value  to  the  face  of  a  Postal  Note, 
if  the  same  is  for  remittance  to  a  place 
in  Canada. 

Additional  Postage  Stamps  must  not  be 
attached  to  Note  by  payee. 

Canadian  Postal  Notes  can  be  made  pay¬ 
able  at  any  Post  Office  in  the  United  States 
transacting  Money  Order  business.  If  the 
payee  resides  in  a  city,  the  Notes  must  be 
drawn  on  the  Main  City  Office,  not  on  a 
sub-office  or  station. 

Postage  Stamps  must  not  be  affixed  to 
Postal  Notes  drawn  for  payment  in  the 
United  States. 

Canadian  Postal  Notes  are  payable  only 
in  Canada  and  the  United  States. 

British  Postal  Orders  issued  in  the  United 
Kingdom  and  British  Possessions  are  pay¬ 
able  at  the  Main  Office  in  the  following 
cities  in  Ontario:  Ottawa,  Kingston,  To¬ 

ronto,  Hamilton,  Brantford,  London  and 
Windsor;  and  also  at  the  principal  cities  in 
the  other  provinces  of  Canada. 


GENERAL  POSTAL  INFORMATION 


A  large  number  of  letters  reach  the  Post 
Office  every  day  which  are  undeliverable, 
by  reason  of  the  absence  of  street  and 
number  from  the  address,  while  serious 
delays  and  vexatious  errors  occur  all  the 
time  from  the  same  cause.  Whether  in 
business  or  residential  districts,  “street  and 
number  ”  form  an  indispensable  part  of  the 
address  of  letters.  If  business  men,  how¬ 
ever  well  known,  have  their  street  and 
number  printed  on  their  stationery,  their 
correspondents  avail  themselves  of  the  in¬ 
formation,  and  the  Post  Office  and  public 
are  both  benefited.  Delay  to  the  extent 
of  at  least  one  delivery  must  occur  when 
reference  to  the  City  Directory  is  necessi¬ 
tated. 

CITY  LETTERS. — Where  an  addressee's 
name  is  in  the  City  Directory,  the  writer 
has  the  same  means  of  completing  the 
address  as  the  post  office  has,  and  delay 
in  delivery  is  avoided. 

A  street  runs  sometimes  for  miles  under 
the  same  name,  and  a  dozen  or  more  car¬ 
riers  serve  its  several  parts.  Where  the 
house  number  is  omitted  from  the  address 
in  such  streets,  the  letter  will  be  returned 
to  writer  for  amended  address,  instead  of, 
as  heretofore,  being  tried  on  every  carrier 
serving  that  street,  and  prompter  delivery 
will  result.  If  referred  to  our  Directory 
Clerks,  the  wrong  person  must  often  be 
“tried”  and  time  is  lost  in  the  same  way. 


Thinking  to  save  trouble  in  their  own 
offices,  persons  mailing  circulars,  catalogues, 
etc.,  in  large  numbers  often  address  them 
omitting  street  and  number;  thus  entailing 
certain  delay  in  sorting  and  equally  uncertain 
delivery.  Banks  and  companies  posting  notices 
and  dividend  cheques  are  constant  offenders 
in  this  way.  In  the  interest  of  the  senders 
these  will  be  returned  in  bulk  for  better 
address. 

i  Persons  living  in  the  neighborhood  of  the 
Post  Office  sometimes  complain  that  they 
receive  letters  no  earlier  than  those  who 
live  in  the  suburbs.  It  would  seem  almost 
unnecessary  to  state  that  every  carrier  begins 
his  walk  practically  at  the  same  time.  The 
position  of  a  house  in  the  carrier’s  walk 
governs  the  time  at  which  letters  are  re¬ 
ceived  there.  These  walks  are  meant  to  be 
covered  in  one  hour,  or  two,  according  to 
district  and  the  number  of  deliveries  made 
in  the  day.  The  hour  of  the  first  delivery 
]  accords  with  the  arrival  of  morning  trains 
from  the  East;  and  a  majority  of  people 
object  to  receiving  letters  before  8  a.m. 

Merchants  or  others  having  much  mail 
i  matter  to  post  at  or  about  6  p.m.,  when 
their  offices  close,  are  advised  to  insist  on 
their  messengers  carrying  the  matter  to  the 
General  Post  Office,  thus  avoiding  occasional 
overfilling  of  the  street  letter  boxes  in  the 
central  district. 

Persons  posting  circular  notices  of  meet¬ 
ings,  etc.,  where  immediate  despatch  is  of 
I  importance,  would  do  well  to  hand  them 
in  at  the  Post  Office  with  intimation  to 
I  that  effect. 

The  growing  habit  of  using  in  an  address 
the  fancy  title  of  a  house,  instead  of  merely 
i  the  plain  street  and  number,  is  a  frequent 
j  source  of  error  at  the  sorting  cases,  where 
the  work  has  to  be  done  by  a  rapid  glance, 

|  and  the  title  of  the  house  happens  also 
j  to  be  the  name  of  a  post-town. 

A  Carrier  is  not  required  to  leave  letters 
;  at  any  house  where  he  may  be  in  danger 
of  a  vicious  dog.  The  owner  must  call  at 
!  the  General  Delivery,  till  the  dog  is  tied  up 
;  or  otherwise  disposed  of. 

Many  persons  telephoning  to  the  Post 
Office  resent  the  reply  that  their  request 
J  must  be  put  in  writing.  But  obvious  mis- 
j  chief  might  result  from  order.s  for  the  dis¬ 
position  of  correspondence  given  by  an  un¬ 
recognized  voice. 

Unused  Postage  Stamps  not  being  redeem- 
j  able  by  the  Department  should  not  be  used 
for  the  remittance  of  small  sums  of  money, 
as  Postal  Notes  have  been  introduced  for 
!  that  purpose. 

A  letter  once  posted  becomes  the  property 
of  the  person  to  whom  it  is  addressed,  and 
must  be  forwarded  according  to  its  direc¬ 
tion.  On  no  application,  however  urgent, 
can  it  be  delivered  back  to  the  writer  or 
to  any  other  person. 

The  sending  of  a  letter  or  any  communi¬ 
cation  or  document  subject  to  letter  post¬ 
age  in  an  open  cover  does  not  in  any  way 
diminish  its  liability  to  letter  rate  of  post¬ 
age. 

Letters  bearing  mutilated  stamps,  or 
stamps  so  soiled  and  defaced  as  to  make  it 
impossible  for  the  sorting  clerks  to  decide 
whether  they  have  been  used  before  or  not 
will  be  sent  to  the  Postmaster  General  for 
his  adjudication. 


MAIL  COLLECTIONS 


On  week  days  the  street  letter  boxes 
(according  to  location)  are  searched  from 
nine  times  a  day  in  the  central  districts  to 
twice  in  the  outside,  except  Sunday. 

On  Sundays.  street  letter  boxes  are 
searched  at  6.00  p.m. 

On  Public  Holidays — New  Year’s  Day, 
Good  Friday,  24th  of  May,  Dominion  Day, 
Labor  Day.  Thanksgiving  Day  and  Christ¬ 
mas  Day — there  is  a  morning  delivery  only. 
The  outgoing  mails  will  close  as  usual. 
Street  letter  boxes  will  be  collected  twice 
during  the  day,  viz.:  10  and  19.30.  The 
General  Delivery  will  be  open  from  8  to  11 
o’clock. 


LICENSED  STAMP  VENDORS 


The  Post  Office  Act  imposes  a  fine  of 
$40.00  (each  offence)  for  the  unauthorized 
sale  of  Postage  Stamps,  Post  Cards,  etc. 


323 


Personnel  of  the  Daily  Press 


THE  MANITOBA  PR  EE  PRESS 


The  Manitoba  Free  Press,  established, 
weekly  187i2,  -daily  1874.  The  Mani¬ 
toba  Free  Press  Company,  Limited, 
Publishers. 

E.  H.  Macklin,  President  and  General 
Manager 

J.  W.  Dafoe,  Vice-President  and  Editor- 
in-Chief 

W.  McCurdy,  Secretary  Treasurer  and 
Assistant  to  the  General  Manager. 
Walter  F.  Payne,  News  Editor 
W.  J.  Healy,  Editorial  Writer 
J.  J.  Conklin,  Day  Editor 

R.  G.  Dafoe,  Night  Editor 

A.  V.  Thomas,  Editorial  Writer 
H.  E.  M.  Chisholm,  Resident  Correspon¬ 
dent,  Ottawa 

G.  Leyden,  Day  City  Editor 

H.  F.  M.  Ross,  Financial  Editor 

D.  B.  MdRae,  Night  City  Editor 
Miss  E.  Cora  Hind,  Commercial  Editor 
W.  J.  Finley,  Sporting  Editor 

Miss  G.  Cornell,  Society  Editor 
Miss  K.  Haig,  Editor,  Woman’s  Page 
A.  C.  Emmett,  Automobile  Editor 

F.  H.  Avery,  Real  Estate  Editor 
A.  J.  Tassell,  Editorial  Secretary 

S.  R.  Gordon,  Advertising  Manager 

H.  Saul,  Classified  Advertising  Manager 
W.  E.  Barley,  Advertising  Salesman 


A.  J.  Massie,  Advertising  Salesman 
John  A.  Macdonald,  Advertising  Sales¬ 
man 

C.  M.  Hall,  Advertising  Salesman 
J.  N.  Gooch,  Advertising  Salesman 
P.  H.  Walker,  Advertising  Salesman 
M.  H.  Walker,  Advertising  Salesman 

T.  C.  Cox,  Advertising  Manager,  Weekly 
J.  E.  Buchanan,  Accountant 
J.  A.  Johnston,  Asst  Accountant 

R.  J.  Buchanan,  Mechanical  Superinten¬ 
dent 

W.  B.  Simpson,  News  Room  Superinten¬ 
dent 

Arthur  Judd,  Day  News  Foreman 

D.  McKay,  Night  News  Foreman 
James  McMillan,  Foreman  Stereotype  De¬ 
partment 

F.  Tinney,  Night  Stereotype  Foreman 
J.  W.  Miller,  Circulation  Manager 
A.  G.  Cowan,  Superintendent  Mailing  & 
Delivery 

L  H.  Maycock,  Superintendent  City  De¬ 
livery 

Jos.  Harrison,  Superintendent  North  End 
Branch 

C.  W.  Collins,  Superintendent  Fort 
Rouge  Branch 

H.  W.  Cooper,  Chief  Engineer 
C.  H.  Williams,  Chief  Caretaker 


THE  WINNIPEG  TELE  GRAM 


C.  A.  Abraham,  President  &  Business 
Manager 

W.  L.  Roblin,  Secretary-Treasurer 
Col.  G.  C.  Porter,  Editor 

D.  B.  Bogle,  Editorial  Writer 
Chas.  Dingman,  Editorial  Writer 

Thos  Blacklock,  Ottawa  Staff  Represen¬ 
tative 

E.  F.  Mather,  City  Editor 
A.  Coo,  Night  Editor 

Geo.  A.  Roblin,  Western  Editor 

K.  Creighton,  Telegraph  Editor 

V.  Knowles,  Saturday  Editor 
Tim  Ching,  Sporting  Editor 

C.  W.  McQueen,  Asst.  Sporting  Editor 
Geo.  Measham.  Weekly  &  Market  Editor 
Prof.  W.  T.  Allison,  Editor  Book  Page 
Mrs.  G.  E.  L.  Skinner,  Editor  Sunshine 
&  Woman’s  Department 
Miss  Cora  E.  Fryer,  Prairie  Chicken  Club 
Editor 

Miss  C.  Denholm,  Society  Editor 

W.  H.  Groves,  Editor  Query  Dept. 

L.  H.  Stanton,  Parliamentary  Editor 

M.  B.  Agnew,  Municipal  Editor 


Geo.  Mitford,  Financial  Editor 
W.  R.  Smith,  Railroad  Editor 

R.  S.  Hamilton,  Circulation  Manager 

W.  H.  Henderson,  City  Circulation  Mana¬ 
ger 

B.  F.  Sprung,  Accountant 
A.  E.  Welch,  Cashier 

C.  O.  Gorgas,  Manager  Classified  Adver¬ 
tising 

C.  W.  Cranmer,  Manager  Motor  Depart¬ 
ment 

W.  R.  B.  D’Esterre,  Advertising  Agent 
Jas.  Beaver,  Advertising  Agent 

F.  H.  Pope,  Advertising  Agent 

G.  W.  Laing,  Mech  Supt  &  Press  Fore¬ 
man 

W.  Cal  main,  Night  Press  Foreman 

S.  Martin,  Stereo  Dept.  Foreman 
Miss  Beth  Fay,  Day  Proofreader 
Frank  Griffin,  Foreman  News  Composing 

Room 

A.  Wilkins,  Night  Foreman,  Composing 
Dept. 

J.  M.  Macaulay,  Foreman  Mailing  Room 


THE  WINNIPEG  TRIBUNE 
Established  1890 


Alex.  Macdonald,  President 

R.  L.  Richardson,  Managing  Director 

J.  J.  Moncrieff,  Managing  Editor 

C.  C.  Stein,  Sporting  Editor 

H.  Good,  Sporting  Editor 

A.  M.  Chapman,  Reporter 

A.  G.  Rose,  Reporter 

C.  V.  Combe,  Reporter 

A.  W.  Tutte.  Reporter 

F.  Haig,  Reporter 

M. ,  E.  Adamson,  Advertising  Manager 
Forrest  Geneva,  Advt.  Dept. 

LeRoy,  G.  Mills,  Adv.  Solicitor 
J.  Wilson,  Collector 
Gordon  Wright.  Collector 
P.  Hardman,  Collector 
H  S.  Blake,  Circulation  Manager 


W.  E.  Remion,  Accountant 
C.  A.  Shaughnessy,  Foreman 
Staff 

R.  E.  Swindley 

S.  C.  Capsey 
Clifford  Newell 
W.  J.  Gray 

J.  Burton 
Fred  Land 
Frank  Land 
Miss  Edith  Killey 
Miss  Dorothy  Boyce 

N.' Browne,  Foreman 
C.  Shane,  Foreman 
J.  Pittis,  Machinist 
A.  Boyd,  Caretaker 


WESTERN  ASSOCIATED  PRESS,  LTD. 

Free  Press  Building 


J.  Fred  B.  Livesay,  Manager 

T.  Wayling,  Night  Editor 
F.  H.  Wilson,  Day  Editor 


I  C  H.  Bligh,  Accountant 
|  F.  J.  Turner,  Chief  Operator 


324 


Some  Pioneer  Citizens 
1876-1914 


Of  all  the  names  that  appeared  in  the  1876  Directory,  there  are  only  51 
that  show  in  the  1914  edition,  the  others  having'  moved  to  other  places, 
or  been  gathered  in  by  the  grim  reaper. 


Daniel  D.  Aitken 

William  F.  Allovvay 

George  Andrew 

James  H.  Ashdown 

Charles  A.  Baskerville 

Charles  N.  Bell 

Alexander  Brown 

Rev.  George  Bryce,  D.D. 

Page  T.  Carper 

George  F.  Carruthers 

Henry  T.  Champion 

William  Clarkson 

William  Code 

D.  S.  Curry 

William  Dodd 

Ven.  Archdeacon  Fortin,  D.  D. 

James  G.  Harvey 

James  Henderson 

Hon.  William  Hespeler 

Richard  T.  Huggard 

Colin  Inkster 

Richard  I.  Jones 

J.  A.  Kenny 

Robert  Leckie 

Alexander  Macdonald 

John  MpKechnie 


Alexander  McMicken 
Albert  C.  McMicken 

Sir  Daniel  H.  McMillan, 
K.C.M.G. 

William  W.  McMillan 
Edmund  Marston 

Most  Rev.  Samuel  P. 
Matheson,  D.D. 

Thomas  Maxwell 
Thomas  Montgomery 
George  Murray 
John  Henry  Pearson 
James  Penrose 
John  P.  Robertson 
Maxime  Rocan 
Thomas  Ryan 
Col.  Thomas  Scott 
William  G.  Scott 
Charles  W.  Sharp 
Daniel  E.  Sprague 
Hon.  David  M.  Walker 
Geoffrey  H.  Walker 
Alfred  Warner 
William  Wellband 
Edmund  M.  Wood 
George  H.  Young 


22 


325 


Blocks  and  Halls 


Aberdeen  Annex,  23.3  Carlton 
Aberdeen  (The),  230  Carlton 
Aberr  Apartments,  Mountain  s  e  cor 
Aikinis 

Acadia  Block  578  Victor 
Adelaide  Apartments  107%  Osborne 
Afton  -Block,  Ellice  s  w  cor  Carlton 
Aikins  Building-,  221  McDer.mo.t 
Aikins  Court,  167  Aikins 
Albany  Apartments,  91  Edmonton 
Alhermarle  Apartments,  64  Langside 
Alberta  Block,  255%  Portage  Av 
Alcalde  Apartments,  720  Dorchester 
Alceister  Court,  365  Kennedy 
Alexander  Block,  235  King 
Alexandria  Block,  254  Edmonton 
Alexandria  Block,  389-l393  Graham 
Alfholl  Court,  421  Maryland 
Alhambra  Apartments,  5  iBal moral  PI 
Alice  Block,  300-306  Main 
Allan,  Killam  &  McKay  Building,  364 
Main 

Allman  B-lock  and  Halls  1  and  2,  592 
Main 

Alloway  &  Champion  Building,  667 
Main 

Almonte  Apartments,  e  s  Langside  opp 
Preston 

A1  verst  one  Apartments,  784  Alverstone 
American  Flats,  650  McDermot 
Amulet  Apartments,  Westminster  cor 
Langside 

Anvers  Apartments  McMillan  c-or  Ayns- 
ley 

A  O  U  W  Hall,  328  Smith 
Aro-vle  Block,  331  Garry 
Armstrong  Block,  Portage  Av  cor  iKoiSe- 
ber-ry 

Ashdown  Block,  211  Bannatyne 
Aslhford  Block,  381  Balmoral 
Ashland  Block,  Ashland  cor  Pembina 
Asquith  Court,  720  Fu-rby 
Assiniboia  Municipal  Hall,  s  s  Portage 
Av  (Sturgeon  Greek) 

Assiniboine  Court,  lAssiniboine  cor  Har¬ 
grave 

Auditorium  Hall  Winnipeg  Industrial 
Bureau 

Aurora  Court,  54-3  Ellice 
Avalon  Block,  89  Notre  Dame  E 
Avenue  Block,  265  Portage 
Avoca  Apartment  Block,  n  ,s  Sargent  nr 
Edmonton 

Avondale  Block,  253  Sherbrook 
Avonlea  Block,  1436-1444  Elgin 
Aynsley  Court,  Dorchester  cor  Aynsley 
(Ft  R) 

Baddon  Block,  2:60  Tache  (Nor) 

Baker  Block,  470  Main 
Balmoral  Court,  540  Balmoral  and  474 
Sargent 

Banfield  Block,  492  Main 
Bank  of  British  North  America  'Cham¬ 
bers,  436  Main 

Bank  of  Hamilton  Chambers,  395  Main 
Bank  of  Hamilton  Chambers,  257  Tacihe 
(Nor) 

Bank  of  Montreal  Building,  Main  s  e  cor 
Portage 

Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building,  254  Por¬ 
tage 

Bank  of  Nova  Scotia  Building  (New), 
Stadacona  cor  Newton 
Bank  of  Ottawa  Building,  363  Main 
Bank  of  Toronto  Building,  456  Main 
Bannatyne  Apartments,  543  Bannatyne 
Bannerman  Apartments,  Charles  n  e  cor 
Bannerman 

Banque  d’Hochelaga  Chambers,  433  Main 
Bardal  Block,  841  Sherbrook  N 
Bart-ella  Court,  377  Home 
Bates  Block,  1603%  Logan 
Bawlf  Place,  290  William 
Baydon  Chambers,  150  Rupert 


Bee  Hive  Block,  212%  Dufferin 
Belgica  Block,  290  Garry 
Beliveau  Block,  652%  Main 
Bell  Block,  8  Princess 
Belle-Vista,  597  Ellic-e 
Bellemore  Block,  476  Balmoral 
Relvidere  Block,  e  s  Colony  nr  Cooper 
Belvidere  Block,  n  s  Portage  W  cor 
Belvidere  (St  J) 

Beresford  Apartments,  717-725  Osiborne 
Beresford  Block,  465  Churdhill 
Bettes  Block,  Carlton  n  e  cor  Portage 
Beveridge  Block,  802  Main 
Bexley  Court,  Sargent  cor  Kennedy 
Bideford  Apartments,  277  Young 
Bieldy  Apartments,  Mountain  cor  Ai¬ 
kins 

Bijou  Theatre  Block,  494%  Main 
Bird  Block,  Bannatyne  s  e  cor  Main 
Birks  Building,  Smith  cor  Portage 
Blewett  Block,  62.1-623  Selkirk 
Bloomfield  Block,  408  Alexander 
Blue  Store  Building  203  McDermot 
Bon  Accord  Block,  645  Main 
Boniveens  Block,  185  Spence 
Boyce  Block,  48  Lydia 
Boyd  Building,  Portage  s  w  cor  Edmon¬ 
ton 

Boyiston  Apartments  Riv-er  cor  Lewis 
(Ft  R) 

Braemar  Court  and  Annex,  470-472  Bal¬ 
moral 

Breadalbane  Apartments,  Hargrave  s  e 
cor  Cumberland 

Bright-Johnston  Block,  141  Bannatyne 
Broadway  Court,  Broadway  in  w  cor 
Garry- 

Broad  way  Hall,  368  Broadway 
Brown  Block,  325  Garry 
Brown  Block,  902  Home 
Brown  Block,  207  Princess 
Brussels  Apartments,  Dorchester  cor 
Lilac 

Brydon  Chambers,  150  Rupert 
Burriss  Block,  686  Toronto 
Burrows  Block,  Burrows  cor  Main 
Burrows  Court,  w  s  Salter  cor  Aberdeen 
Builders'  Exchange,  333%  Portage  Av 
Bui  man  Block,  218  Bannatvne 
Burge  Block,  Notre  Dame  cor  Gertie 
Bur  ri  dge  Bl  ock,  156-158  Hen.r3' 

Cadillac  Block,  Qu’Appelle  n  w  cor  Ken¬ 
nedy 

Cadomin  Building.  282  Main  cor  Graham 
Campbell  Block,  530%  Main 
Canada  Block.  354-360  Donald 
Canada  Life  Block,  208  Portage  Av 
Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce  Building, 
391  Main 

Canadian  Northern  Building,  392  Main 
Canadian  Pacific  Railway  iStation,  Hig¬ 
gins  Av  off  Main 
C  P  R  Block,  203  McDermot 
Canada  Permanent  Mortgage  Corpora¬ 
tion  Building,  296  Garry 
Ca-rdon  Block,  200%  Des  Meu-rons  (Nor) 
Carlyle  Apartments,  580  Broadway 
Carlton  Building,  352%  Portage 
Carter  Flats,  21  Hargrave 
Cartier  Club  Ha'll,  27  Dumoulin 
Casa  Loma  Court,  S-h-erbirook  s  e  cor 
Portage  lAv 
Cass  Block,  279%  Fort 
Castle  Hall,  339  William 
Central  Block,  347  William 
Central  Park  Apartments,  389  Cumber¬ 
land 

Chambers  of  Commerce  Building,  160 
Princess 

Chatsworth  Apartments,  532  MjcMillan 
Clheapside  Block,  576  Main 
Ohlopan  Block,  Burrows  nr  McGregor 
Christie  Block,  536%  Main 


Christie  Block,  249 %  Notre  Dame 
City  Hall,  Main,  bet  William  and  Market 
City  Hall  (St  B),  n  s  Proven  dher  cor 
Aulneau 

Civic  Office  Building,  223  James 
Claremont  Court,  Burnell  nr  Ellice 
Clarence  Court,  i5 2 6  Walker  (Ft  R) 

C  lei  and  Block,  705  Main 
Clements  Block,  527  Main 
Clements  Block  (West),  494%  Main 
Cohen  Block,  446-8  King 
College  Block,  Ellice  s  e  cor  Vauglhan 
Columbia  Block,  853-7  Sherbirook 
Columbus  Hall,  Smith  cor  Graham 
Commercial  Travellers’  Building,  King 
n  w  cor  Bannatyne 

Commonwealth  Block,  522  Main  and  205 
Market 

Confederation  Life  Building,  4 67  Main 
Connaught  Block,  637  Sargent 
Continental  Block,  796  Main 
Convention  Hall,  Main  cor  Water 
Conway  Block,  251-257  Main 
Conway  Court,  165  Kennedy 
Corbett  Block,  613%  Main 
Cornelius  Block,  4 8-5  Sherbirook 
Cornwall  Apartments  (rear)  263  River 
Coronada  Apartments,  485  Furby 
Coronation  Block,  2i2 8  %  King 
Cotter  Block,  207%  Fort 
Court  House,  Kennedy  cor  Broadway 
Craig  Block,  1623  Portage 
Crescent  Court,  e  s  Hugo  nr  Gertrude 
Orescent  View  Court,  207  Helen  (Ft  R) 
Crump  Block,  S46  Main 
Cumberland  Building,  344  Cumberland 
Cumberland  Court,  365  Cumberland 
Cycel  Court,  193-195-197  Furby 
Davidson  Block,  326-338  Young 
Davis  Block,  225  Market 
Dawson  Court,  432  Furby 
Debary  Apartments,  Wardlaw  cor  John 
De  Gramont  Block,  245  Oak  (Nor) 
Delmar  Apartments,  623  William  • 

Delta  Block,  185  Portage  Av  E 
Derby  Block,  102  Derby 
Devon  Court,  Broadway  s  e  cor  Edmon¬ 
ton 

Diana  Court,  583  Furby 
Dingwall  Building,  62-4  Alb  "t 
Dismor.r  Building,  327  Portage  Av 
Doka  Apartments  cor  Lilac  &  Mulvey 
Dominion  Bank  Building,  678  Main 
Dominion  Bank  Chambers,  707  Main 
Dominion  Express  Building,  712-4  Main 
Dominion  Theatre  Block,  175  Portage  Av 
Dominion  Trust  Building,  367  Main 
Donalda  Block,  322  Donald 
DoneTlv  Block,  123  Marion  (Nor) 
Donovan  Block,  551  Notre  Dame  cor 
Kate  ^ 

Dorclh ester  Block,  Lilac  s  w  cor  Dor¬ 
chester  (Ft  R) 

Douglas  Block,  366  Graham 
Duffin  Block,  204  Bannatyne 
Dunedin  Court,  793  McMillan 
East  Annex  Aipartmets,  rear  263  River 
East  Apartments,  265  River 
East  Clements  Block,  527  Main 
Ebenezer  Hall,  231  Martin 
Eastern  Townships  Bank,  367  Main 
Edgar  Court,  401  Burrows 
Edmonton  Building,  385%  Portage  Av 
Edward  Building.  325%  Portage  Av 
Edward  Hall,  2H5  Henry 
Electric  Railway  Chambers,  213-9  Notre 
Dame 

Elles^^e  Apartments  (new),  72  Carlton 
Elsinore  Block,  677  Maryland 
Emily  Apartments,  Winnipeg  n  w  cor 
Emily 

Empire  Block,  207%  Logan 
Empress  Block,  354  Main 
Enderton  Building,  334  Portage  Av 
Enright  Block.  Jarvis  cor  Main 
Euclid  Block,  Euclid  s  e  cor  Main 
Eureka  Hall  (top  fl)  325  Main 
Evans  Block,  255%  Portage  Av 
Evanson  Apartments,  40  Evanson 
Exeter  Block,  76  Lily 
Fairbairn  Block,  960%  Main 
Fairfax  Block,  Kate  n  e  cor  Notre  Dame 
Fairweatlher  Block.  299  Portage  Av 
Farmer  Building,  333  Main 


Farmers  Advocate  Bldg,  Notre  Dame  cor 
McMicken 

Farmers  Advocate  Building  (Old),  14 
Princess 

Fensala  Apartments,  Jessie  cor  Aynsley 
Fits  her  Apartments,  St  John’s  cor  Main 
Folis  Block,  464  Burrow's 
Fontant  Apartments,  Cauchon  nr  Strad- 
brook  Av 

Foresters’  Hall,  220  McDermot 
Forrester  Block,  261  Fort 
Fort  Garry  Court,  Main  n  w  cor  Broad¬ 
way 

Fortune  Block,  230  Main 
Forum  Annex,  447  Main 
Forum  Block,  445  Main 
Francis  Block,  501  Notre  Dame 
Free  Press  Building,  Carlton 
Freeman  Block,  490  Main 
Friendship  Hall,  Silvester- Willson  Bldg 
222  McDermot 

Frontenac  Apartment  Block,  90  Gertie 
Furby  Court,  361  Furby 
Galt  Block,  103  Princess 
Garry  Building,  250  Portage 
Caspar  Block,  257  Brovenaher  (St  B) 
Genoa  Court,  480  Maryland 
Germain  Apartment  Block,  249-2153  Ellen 
Gevaert  Block,  Provencher  nr  Aulneau 
(St  B) 

Gibson-Gage  Block,  2 IS  St  Mary's 
Gillett  Building,  173  McDermot 
Glen  Avon  Apartments,  4  64  .Spence 
Glencoe  Apartments,  Scott  s  w  cor  Spa- 
dina  (Ft  R) 

Glengarry  Block.  290  McDermot 
Glines  Block,  344  Portage  Av 
Gloucester  Apartments,  812  Wolseley 
Goodall  Block,  328  Talbot 
Gordon  Block,  256  Ellice 
Gospel  Hall,  106  Bon  Accord  Blk 
Gospel  Hall  w  s  Ferry  Rd  (Sit  J) 
Government  Buildings,  Kennedy  cor 
Broadway 

Gowans-Kent  Building,  166-8  Market 
Grain  Exchange  Building,  165-7  Lombard 
Gregg  Building,  52-56  Albert 
Great  West  Life  Building,  177  Lombard 
Great  West  Permanent  Building  356 
Main 

Green  Block,  643%  Notre  Dame 
Green  &  Litster  Block,  235%  Fort 
Grosvenor  Court,  Grosvenor  n  w  cor 
Stafford  (Ft  R) 

Grundy  Block,  433  Maim 
Guelph  Apartments,  778  McMillan 
Guest  Block,  598  Main 
Gunn  Block,  256-66  Jarvis 
Gunn  Block,  670  Main 
Gwalia  Block,  173  Osborne  (Ft  R) 
Hallonquist  Block,  402  Logan 
Hammond  Building,  61-5  Albert 
Hamjple  Building,  273%  Portage  Av 
Hampson  Ct,  47  Kennedy 
Harald  Apartments,  Westminster  cor 
Langs  ide 

Hargrave  Block,  334%  Main 
Harrison  Block,  818%  Main 
Harrison  Block,  Ii36  Salter 
Harrow  Apartments  Harrow  s  e  cor 
Grosvenor 

Haselmere  (The)  Apartments,  Ellice  n  e 
coir  Furby 

Havana  Syndicate  Block,  Sutherland  nr 
Austin 

Hayward  Block,  462  Weatherdon 
Healani  Apartments,  Dorchester  s  e  cor 
Aynsley 

Hekla  Apartments,  258  Toronto 
Henderson  Block,  142  Princess 
Henderson  Building  100  Adelaide 
Henderson  Directories  Building,  279 
Garry 

Hosteler  Block,  151  Main 
Holiness  Movement  Hall,  344  .Ross 
Holyrood  Court,  563-565  William 
Home  Bank  Building,  428  Main 
Hood  Apartment  Block,  54  3  Sargent 
Howard  Apartment  Block,  233  Isabel 
Howard  Block,  907  Home 
Hrefna  Apartments  768  Toronto 
Hudson’s  Bay  Chambers,  140  Main 
Hugo  Apartments,  Wellington  Ores  opp 
Hugo 

Hungarian  Hall,  388  McGregor 


327 


I 


Hutchings  Block,  191  Market 
Hyde  Block,  21-3  Gertie 
Icelandic  Hall,  63i5  Sargent 
Inglis  Block,  630  Notre  Dame 
Iona  Court,  148-50  Kate 
I  O  O  F  Building,  293  Kennedy 
I  O  O  F  Temple,  293  Kennedy 
Ivan  Court,  390  River 
Ivanihoe  Block,  759  Wellington 
lvanhoe  Court,  277  Balmoral 
Investor  Block,  734  S'herbrook 
Jameson  Block,  610  %  'Portage  Av 
Jarvis  Block,  213-5  Jarvis 
Jermyn  Building,  21-5%  Logan 
Jewisih  Hall,  235  Selkirk 
Johan  Apartments,  461-3  Balmoral 
John’s  Block,  314%  McDermot 
Johnson  Apartment  Block,  524  Sargent 
Johnston  Block,  211%  Pacific 
Jordan  Building,  305  Fort 
Jubilee  Block,  2i23%  Alexander 
Keewayden  Building,  138  Portage  IE 
Kelly  Block,  181-3  Bannatyne 
Kelona  Apartments,  819  St  Paul  cor 
iBurnell 

Kenilworth  Court,  44  Hargrave 
Ken  more  Apartments,  314-8  Broadway 
Kennedy  Building,  317  Portage  Av 
Kensington  Block,  27i5  Portage  Av 
Kenwood  Apartments,  ©89  Maryland 
Kerr  Block,  227  Main 
Kindt  Apartments,  310-12  Park 
King  Edward  Hall,  215  Henry 
Kingsley  Court,  275  Balmoral 
Kings  wood  Apartments,  478  River 
Kipling  Apartments,  465  Langside 
Kirkland  Apartments,  Qu’Appelle  cor 
Carlton  _ 

Knights  of  Columbus  Hall,  Smith  cor 
Graham  w.... 

Knights  of  Pythias  Hall,  339  William 
KoLbrun  Apartments,  St  Paul  cor  Bur- 

Komoko  Apartments,  817  St  Paul 
Labor  Temple,  165  James 
Lanark  Apartments,  693  Maryland 
Lancaster  Apartments,  s  end  Rose  (1 1 

Lancaster  Apartments,  411  Spadina  (Ft 

Landen  Block,  131  Marion  (Nor) 
Laudhan  Block,  333%  William 
La  Salle  Block,  807  Main 
Laurel  Apartments,  14  Osborne 
Laurel  Block,  Osborne  s  w  cor  Broad¬ 


way 

Lauzon  Block,  339  William 
Lawrence  Block,  1617  Logan 
Lead  lay  Building,  310  Ross 
Leckie  Block,  220  McDermot 
Lear  Block,  113  Fur  by 
Lee  Court,  217-9  Donald 
Le  Manitoba  Block,  42  Provenclher  (.St  B) 
Lennox  Block,  159  Portage  Av 
Lewiston  Apartments,  Charles  n  w  cor 
Aberdeen  A 

Liberal  Club  Building,  310  Notre  Dane 
Liberal  Club  Hall,  314  Notre  Dame 
Lilac  Court,  172  Lilac 

Lincoln  Apartments  s  s  Wolseley  cor 
Clhe'stnut  __ 

Linda  Vista  Apartments,  171  Vaughan 
Linden  Court,  7  30  Maryland 
Lindsay  Block,  185%  Isabel 
Linjdisay  Building,  226  Notre  Dame 
Livinia  Court  and  Annex,  Victor  s  e  cor 

Lodh  1  Katrine  Apartments,  531  Furlby 
Loma  Linda  Apartments,  516  Maryland 
London  Block,  430%  Main 
Lothian  Court,  154  Evanson 
Luce  Block,  523  Logan 
Ludlow  Court,  141  River 
Lydia  Court,  48  Lydia 
L.  P.  Court,  21  Siher brook 
Mac’s  Building,  n  -s  Ellice  cor  -Sihei- 
brook  _  . 

McArthur  Building,  20/  Portage  Av 
MeFadden  Hall,  Slherbrook  n  w  cor  Por¬ 
tage  Av 

McGee  Block,  600  McGee 
McGreevy  Block,  258%  Portage  Av 
McGregor  Block,  240  Isabel 
McGregor  Block,  180%  Princess 
McIntyre  Block,  416  Main 
McKeague  Block,  281  Laura 


VIcKeague  Block,  427  Logan 
McKerchar  B'lock,  602  Main 
McKinney  Block,  46  Albert 
McLean  Block  528%  Main 
McLean  Block,  653-5  William 
viciRae  Block,  269  James 
Malber  Block,  549  Logan 
Alaccabees  Hall,  216  Pacific 
Mac  Lean  Block,  181  I  sabel 
Macrea  Block,  616%  Main 
Madison  Block,  506  Ellice 
Magee  Block,  202  Rupert 
Magnus  Street  Hall,  Magnus  n  e  cor 
Powers 

Malcolm  Block,  600  Young 
Maltese  Cross  Building,  66  King 
Manitoba  Hall  Block,  291%  Portage  Av 
Mansfield  Court,  626  Ellice 
Marie  Apartments,  8*52  Alverstone  cor 
Yarwood 

Markland  Court,  712  Furby 
Marlboro  Court,  372-82  Graham 
Martel! o  Apartments,  62*7  Broadway 
Masonic  Temple,  329  Donald 
Maw  Block,  12S  King 
Mayfair  Court,  135  .Mayfair 
Medway  Block,  307-9  Edmonton 
Meeting  Hall,  268  Stanley 
Melbourne  (The),  135  S  her  brook 
Melrose  Block,  100  Rose 
Merchants  Bank  Building,  377  Main 
Metcalfe  Block,  41  Hetherington  (Ft  R) 
Milan  Apartments,  McMillan  .s  w  cor 
Wentworth 

Mill  man  Block,  River  s  e  cor  Osborne 
(Ft  R) 

Mills  Block,  1000  Main 
Mil  met  Block,  247  Ellen 
Milord  Block,  139  Selkirk 
Minnewaska  Court,  74  Spence 
Minto  Hall,  318  Carlton 
Minuk  Block,  254-60  Dufferin 
Minuk  Hall,  262  Dufferin 
Molson’s  Bank  Block,  435  Main 
Monadnock  Block,  313  Fort 
Monte  Cassino  Court.  637%  Portage  Av 
Montgomery  Block,  Wellington  Crescent 
Morrow  .Hall,  394  TaLbot 
Mount  Block,  1404  Main 
Mowhawk  Block,  272  King  and  244  Lo¬ 
gan  lir  ,  ■ 

Moxam  Block,  Corydon  n  e  cor  Went¬ 
worth 

Moxam  Court,  River  cor  Clarke 

Mulvey  Apartments,  635  Mulvey 

Murray  Block,  Nassau  s  w  cor  McMillan 

(Ft  R)  „  ^ 

Musicians’  Hall,  448  Notre  Dame 
Muttlebury  Block,  Portage  Av  n  e  cor 
Balmoral 

Nan  ton  Block,  430%  Main 
Nanton  Building,  203  Portage  Av 
National  Trust  Building,  32.5  Mam 
Neil  Apartments,  573  Rosser 
New  Westminster  Apartments,  705  West- 
minster 

Nicks  Block.  Rose  cor  Helen 
Nix  Block,  401-5  Ross 
Noble  Block,  987  Stverbrook  . 

Nortlh  End  Dancing  Hall,  243  Dufferin 
North  West  Hall,  504  Ross 
Northern  Block,  88-92  MdG'regor 
Northern  Crown  Bank  Chambers,  232 
Portage  Av 

Norwood  Court  f Apts)  246  Tadhe 
Norwood  Hall,  236  ‘Taohe  (Nor) 

Norwood  Orange  Hall,  22  Berry  (Nor) 
Norwood  Terrace,  77  Marion  (Nor) 

Notre  Dame  Apartments,  179  Notre 
Dame  E 

Notre  Dame  Block,  406  Notre  Dame 
Notre  Dame  Investment  Building,  167 
Notre  Dame  E 
Nova  Villa,  615  Slherbrook 
Oakley  Block,  296  Chambers 
Oak-Mar  ion  Block,  Oak  cor  Marion 
(Nor) 

Oban  Court,  567  William 
Odd  Fellows’  Temple,  293  Kennedy 
Odd  Fellows’  Hall,  72  Princess 
Olafsson  Block,  21:6  James 
Old  Land  Titles  Building,  Kennedy  n  w 
cor  Broadway 

Old  Manitoba  Club  Building,  290  Garry 


328 


Old  North  Fire  Hall,  Hig'gins  n  e  cor 
Maple 

Old  Post  Office  Building,  401  Miain 
Old  Stobart  Block,  290  Portage  Av 
Oliver  Block,  Mountain  s  e  coi-  Charles 
Olympia  Cafe  Building,  321  Smith 
Orange  Hall,  208  Bespeler  (Elm) 

Oriole  Apartments,  111  Furby 

Orris  Block,  930  .Slberbrook 

Orris  Block,  3015  Elgin 

Osborne  Apartments,  450  River 

Osborne  Hall,  98%  Osborne 

Osborne  River  Aipartments,  454  River 

Osborne  Cl'he),  110  Osborne  (Ft  Rl 
Panama  Court,  Dorchester  nr  Lilac 
Pandora  Court,  759  Winnipeg 
Parisian  Apartments,  Notre  Dame  cor 
Gertie 

Park  View  Annex,  401  Carlton 
Park  View.  403  Carlton 
Parkdale  Court,  539  Bannatyne 
Parkview  Building,  n  s  Portage  Av  (St 

Parliament  Buildings,  Kennedy  s  w  cor 
Broadway 

Parrish  Block,  24  Edmonton 
Pasadena  Court,  w  >s  Hugo  nr  Welling¬ 
ton  Cres 

Paterson  Block,  54  Donald 
Patricia  Court,  489  Furby 
Pembina  Apartments,  688-90  Osborne 
Pembina  Apartment  Block,  505  Ellice 
Pembina  Hall,  209  Pembina  (Ft  R) 
Phoenix  Block,  2i6  Princess 
Fharoah  Apartments  652  Simcoe 
Polisih  Hall,  585  Stella 
Polish  Meeting  Hall,  735  Scotland 
Post  Office,  Portage  Av  bet  Garry  and 
(Fort 

P.reston  Blo-ck,  21  Hargrave 
Preston  Court,  Langside  s  e  cor  Preston 
Prince  Rupert  Court,  376-84  Ellice 
Princess  Block,  1,28%  Princess 
Proven, dher  Block,  94%  Provenf, hor  (St 
iB ) 

Provincial  Government  , Phone  Exchange 
Building,  McDermot  cor  Charlotte  _ 
Provincial  Jail,  Vaughan  s  w  cor  Uni- 
v  ers  i  t y  P 1 

Public  Press  Ltd  ('Block),  275-7  Sber- 
brook  _  ,  . 

Pulford  Block  (Old),  398y2  Portage  Av 
Pulford  Blk  318-322  Donald 
Queen’s  Hall,  235  Selkirk 
Q welch  Apartments,  210  Queldh 
Quo  Vaidis  Block,  405-9  Qu  Appel le 
Ramona  Court.  267  Pritchard 
Raymond  Apartments 
Redwood  Apartments,  205-13  College 
Regal  Court,  n  e  cor  ATloway  and  Mary¬ 
land 

Reliance  ©lock,  486  Young 
Restivo  Block,  86  Charlotte 
Rialto  Block,  482 V2  Main 
Ridhlards  Block,  278  Laura 
Richmond  Hall,  4  30  Young 
Rideau  Hall,  »5  Kennedy 
Ripstein  Block,  180  Logan 
Ripstein  Block,  48  Martha 
Riverside  Apartments,  42  Lang'side 
Riverview  Mansions,  Sipence  s  e  cor  Bal¬ 
moral  PI 

Rosa  Linda  Apartments  (new),  Evanson 
nr  Bath 

Roscoe  Block,  532  Selkirk 
Rosedale  Apartments,  761-3  Osborne 
Rosedale  Apartments,  280  Rosedale 
Rose  Glen  :n  e  cor  Alfred  and  Sinclair 
Rosemount  Block,  River  nr  Tadhe  (Ft 
R) 

Rosetta  Court,  e  s  Langside  nr  ‘Preston 
Roslyn  Apartment  Block,  Roslyn  Rd  cor 
Osborne  (Ft  R) 

Roslyn  Court,  701  Shenbrook 
Ross  Block,  427-47  Qu’Appelle 
Rothesay  Apartments,  Preston  ,s  e  cor 
Home 

Rothesay  Court,  777-95  Dorchester 
Royal  Bank  Building,  4*62  Main 
Rozel  Apartments,  105-7  Clarke 
Rozentzweig  Block  51  Derby 
Ruthenian  Hall,  4>67  Manitoba 
Rya>n  Block,  56  Princess 


Ryan  Building,  110  James 
Ryan  Commercial  Building,  286  Bannia- 
tyne  Av  cor  King 

St.  Boniface  Hall,  66  iProvenclber  (St  B) 
St.  Elmo  Apartments,  177  Colony 
St.  George  Apartments,  344  %  Portage 
Av 

St.  Helena  Court,  227  Helen  (Ft  R) 

St.  James  Annex,  64  Martha 
St.  James  Court,  875  Westminster  co.r 
Evanson 

St.  James  Hall,  220  Hampton  (St  J) 

St.  Jamies  Park  Block,  Beverley  n  e  cor 
Portage  Av 

St.  Jo..n’s  Block,  984 %  Main 
St.  Mary’s  Court,  371  ;S:t  Mary’s 
St.  Paul’s  Terrace,  w  s  Arlington  nr  Sar¬ 
gent 

St.  Regis  Apartments,  170  Kennedy 
St.  Regis  Court,  561  MdDermot 
Sala  Block,  544  Main 
Salter  Block,  289  Salter 
Salvation  Army  Hall,  669  Elgin 
Sandison  Block,  304  Main 
Sargent  Building,  668  Sargent 
Sdhaefer  Block,  466  King 
Sclhapher  Block.  2i39  Dufferim 
Sohoiey  Block,  255  Sthierbrook 
Scott  (Block  217 2-  Main 
Scott  Memorial  Hall,  216  Princess 
Selkirk  Hall.  270  iStanley 
Shakespeare  Hall,  316%  Donald 
Sharpe  Block,  Qu’Appelle  cor  Edmon¬ 
ton  ,  . 

Sheffield  Court,  n  s  Church  cor  Aikins 
Slher brook  Block,  Shehbrook  n  e  -cor  Por¬ 
tage  Av 

Slherbrook  Court,  876%  Sherbirook  N 
Shipley  Block,  Furby  s  e  cor  Portage 
Shipman  Court,  545  .Bannatyne 
Silvester-Willson  Building,  73  Albert 
Simcoe  Apartments,  618  Simcoe 
Simmons  Block,  11  Sutherland 
Skjaldbreid  Apartments,  745  Wolseley 
Smitlh  Block,  McMillan  cor  Nassau 
Smith  Block,  528  iRoiSS 
Smith  Court,  7  9  Smith 
Somerset  Block,  294  Portage  Av 
Spadina  Court,  St  Mary’s  n  w  cor  Garry 
Spadina  Court  -Annex.  261  St  Mary’s 
Spence  Court,  466  iSpence 
Snencer  Block,  245  Portage  Av 
Stanley  Block,  621%  Main 
Starlamd  Building,  630-32  Main 
Steele  Block,  360  Portage  Av 
S'teiman  Block,  541  Selkirk 
Steinhoff  Block,  171  Jamies 
Sterling  Bank  Building.  283  Portage  Av 
Stobart  Block,  290  Portage  Av 
^tone  Block,  650  Main 
Stone  Blk,  Main  St  s  w  cor  Atlantic 
Stradbrooke  Block,  468 %  Stradbrooke  Av 
(Ft  R) 

Strand  Theatre  Block,  557 -<565  Main 
Strang  Block,  449  Main 
Stratford  Hall  College,  n  e  cor  Charles 
Strathmore  Aipartments,  Broadway  s  e 
cor  Hargrave 
Stuart  Court,  52  Fawcett 
Sunnyorest  Apartments,  cor  Furby 
Sutherland  Court,  Sutherland  n  e  cor 
Argyle 

Sutton  Block,  759%  Notre  Dame 
Sveinsson  Block,  637-9  Sargent 
Sveinsson  Block,  Wellington  cor  Simcoe 
Swedish  Hall,  394  Logan 
Sylvia  Apartments,  770  Toronto 
Syndicate  Block.  222  Po-rtage  Av 
Tache  Apartments,  115-25  Tadhe  (Ft  R) 
Tavistock  Apartments,  724  Wellington 
Taylor  Block,  243  Main 
Telfer  Block,  156  LLmbard 
Temple  Building,  325  Donald 
Templar  Hall,  411  Nairn  (Elm) 
Theodore  Apartments,  536  Maryland 
Thomson  Block.  499  Main 
Tooke  Block,  91  Albert 
Tour^ine  Apartment  Block,  Ellice  s  e 
cor  Kennedy 

^  a"-  «  .Bank  Chambers,  433  Main 
Trades  Hall  Building,  165  James 
Travellers’  Building,  283  Bannatyne 
Tribune  Block,  211  McDermot 
Tribune  Building,  Smith  n  e  cor  Gra¬ 
ham 


329 


Trick  Block,  972*4  Main 
Trinity  Hall,  'Grain am  n  w  cor  Smiiih 
Trust  &  Loan  Co  Building, .  17 3  Portage 
Av  E 

Truist  &  Loan  Block,  216  Portage  Av 
Turner  &  Walker  Building..  Henry  n  w 
eor  Ellen 

Union  Bank  Building,  504  Main 
Union  Station  (G  T  P  anid  C  N  B)  Main 
foot  of  Broadway 

Union  Trust  Building,  Main  n  e  cor 
Lombard 

Unique  Theatre  Building,  529  Main 
University  Building,  n  s  Broadway  opp 
Osborne 

Valois  Apartments,  323-327  St  Mary’s 
Vansittart  Apartmenes,  367  Stradbrook 
Av  cor  Joseph  (Ft  R) 

Vermont  Court,  s  >s  Qu’Appelle  nr  Har¬ 
grave 

Verona  Apartments,  Victor  s  w  cor  Wel¬ 
lington 

Vesta  Apartments,  572-6  Agnes 
Victoria  Chambers,  3.88  Log'an 
Victoria  Chambers  Annex,  392  *,4  Logan 
Victoria  Court,  471  William 
Vilma  Apartments,  482-4  Young 
Vinborg  Apartments,  594-8  Agnes 
Vingolf  Apartments,  451  Agnes 
Von  Berber  Block,  963 *4  Main 
Vopni  Block,  Lydia  cor  Bannatyne 
Waddell  -Block,  591  Logan 
Wladdell  Block,  275  Gunnell 
Walhalla  Block,  577  Sherbrook 
Waldorf  Apartments  (The),  233  Lang- 
side 

Waldron  Court,  Broadway  s  w  cor  Col¬ 
ony 

Walker  Theatre,  Smitlh  mr  Notre  Dame 
Waller  Block,  209  Tache  (Nor) 

War  bur  ton  Block,  392  Notre  Dame 
Warldlaw  Apartments,  Wardlaw  s  w  cor 
Nassau 

Warwick  Apartments,  Qu’Appelle  s  w 
cor  Carlton 


Wauneta  Apartments,  534  Wardlaw 
Weldon  Block,  309  Donald 
Welland  Court,  Balmoral  >s  e  cor  Ellice 
Wellington  Apartments,  2164-76  Welling¬ 
ton  Crescent 

Wellington  Block,  704  Toronto 
Weils  Block,  208*4  Pacific 
Wentwortlh  Block,  372  y2  Portage  Av 
West  Apartments,  856  Alverstone 
western  Court,  634 *4  Logan 
Westingihouse  Block,  158  Portage  Av 
Westminster  Block,  330  Donald 
Whiting  Block,  106  Osborne 
Williamson  Block  e  s  Kate  cor  Notre 
Dame 

Wil'lis  Apa-rtmdnts,  S68  Winnipeg 
Wilmot  Block,  600  Young 
Wilson  Building,  2*88  McDermot 
Windermere  (The),  224  Kennedy 
Windsor  Apartments,  122  Langside 
Winnipeg  Electric  iRailway  Chambers, 
Notre  Dame  cor  Albert 
Winnipeg  Industrial  Bureau  Building, 
Main  s  e  cor  Water 
Winnipeg  Theatre,  34  Adelaide 
Winona  Court,  e  s  Nassau  nr  Wardlaw 
('Ft  R) 

Wolseley  Apartments,  812  Wolseley 
Woodmen’s  Hall,  263  Renton  (Elm) 
Woodrow  Block,  519  Churcihill 
Woods  Western  Building,  171  Market 
W-ool ridge  Apartments,  s  s  Sargent  bet 
Edmonton  and  Kennedy 
Woolsey  Apartments,  234-6  Tach-e  (Nor) 
Yeddo  Block,  864  Sher brook 
Yorkshire  Society  Hall,  over  16-18  Os¬ 
borne 

Y  M  C  A  Building,  274*4  Portage 

Y  M  C  A  Building  (new),  Vaughan  n  of 

Portage  Av 

YWCA  Building,  Ellice  opp  Colony 
Zimmerman  Block,  671  Main 


Addenda 


NAMES  AND  COlRGRECTIONS  RECEIVED  TOO  LATE  FOR 
REGULAR  INSERTION 


American  Art  Gallery  Harry  Malitovsky 
prop  587  Selkirk 
Anderson  Anders  r  459  Rosedale 
Anderson  Lottie  r  459  Rosedale 
Automatic  Card  Printers  Francis  R  Mar¬ 
shall  prop  237  Portage 
Barnard  Sidney  F  elk  Blue  Store  r  294 
Lip ton 

Beck  Harry  of  Drapers  Dry  Goods  Store 
r  781  Selkirk 

Bower  W  G  coir  E  L  Drewry  r  147 
Inkster 

Canadian  Elevator  Co  Ltd  Alvin  K  God¬ 
frey  sec  W  H  McWilliams  mgr  148 
Grain  Exchange 
Cude  H  painter  r  1407  Pacific 
Daniel  Ernest  elk  Excelsior  Life  Ins  Cc 
r  4a  Justin  Apts 

Daniel  Florence  M  steno  Porte  &  Markle 
r  4a  Justin  Apts 

Daniel  Geo  bkpr  C  P  R  Tels  r  4a  Justin 
Apts 

Daniel  Gertrude  E  elk  Porte  &  Markle  r 
4a  Justin  Apts 

Day  Nursery  W  Wilson  prop  378  Stella 
Drapers  Dry  Goods  Store  Harry  Beck 
prop  799  Selkirk 

PIT-BITE  TAILORED  CLOTHES 

STILES  &  HUMPHRIES,  LIMITED 
THE  SMART  MEN’S  WEAR  SHOP 
CLOTHIERS,  HATTERS  AND  FUR¬ 
NISHERS. 

261  PORTAGE  AVENUE,  PHONE 
MAIN  3630. 

480  MAIN  STREET,  PHONE 
GARRY  1286. 

(See  left  foot  lines) 

Flower  Henry  E  cond  C  P  R  r  147  Ink¬ 
ster 

Forcese  Chas  storekpr  510  Young 
Foster  Edwin  tmstr  E  L  Drewry  h  147 
Inkster 

Foster  Hubert  agt  Gt  West  Life  r  147 
Inkster 

Foster  James  B  bkpr  E  L  Drewry  h  147 
Inkster 

Foster  Laura  elk  Gt  West  Life  r  147 
Inkster 

Fraser  Miss  M  C  furrier  Brenton  &  Co 
r  358  Beverley 

FULLER’S  STORAGE  BATTERIES. 

Tor  Motor  Cars  and  Motor  Boats. 
Lighting  and  Ignition,  Tower  Bionse, 
Hotel  Lighting,  Etc., 

Manufactured  by 

TRIFLE  TREAD  MANUFACTUR¬ 
ING  CO,  LTD., 

CITY  LIMITS  (St.  James),  FHONE 
SHERBROOK  4323. 

(See  page  253) 

Griffin  F  F  of  Trott  &  Griffin  Telegram 
Bldg 

Hastings  Victor  J  of  Myers  &  Hastings 
r  55  Donald  I 


HOUGH  LITHOGRAPHING 

COMPANY  LIMITED  (THE). 
Western  Branch 
A.  R.  GRAHAM,  Manager, 

300  ELECTRIC  RAILWAY  CHAM¬ 
BERS,  FHONE  MAIN  2914. 

LITTLEB,  JOHN, 

REAL  ESTATE,  FIRE  INSURANCE 
AND  LOANS, 

307  mcintyre  block,  phone 

MAIN  3825.  Res.  310  ANDERSON 
AVENUE,  FHONE  ST.  JOHN  1895. 

MCINTYRE  SON  &  COMPANY  LIMITED 
A.  D.  MacDONALD,  General  Mgr. 
WHOLESALE  IMPORTERS  OF 
DRY  GOODS, 

47  RORIE  STREET  Cor.  McDER- 
MOT  AVENUE,  PHONES  MAIN 

3191  and  528. 

(See  page  260) 

mckenzie,  Alexander, 

REAL  ESTATE  AND  FINANCIAL 
AGENT, 

Managing  Director  Winnipeg  Navi¬ 
gation  Co.,  Ltd.,  Agent  Rainy  River 
Navigation  Co.,  Ltd., 

401  GREAT  WEST  PERMANENT 
BUILDING,  FHONE  MAIN  5629. 
Res.  210  BALMORAL  STREET. 
FHONE  SHERBROOK  1815. 

(See  page  266) 

MACDONALD,  A.  D., 

General  Manager  McIntyre  Son  & 
Co.,  Ltd.,  Comer  McDermot  and 
Rorie,  Phones  Main  3191  and  528. 
Res.  321  Dromore,  Phone  Fort  Rouge 
2992. 

Myers  (' I i  M)  &  Hastings  (V  J)  barris¬ 
ters  1008  Electric  Chambers 
Myers  Robt  M  of  Myers  &  Hastings  r 
99  Roslyn  Rd 

Ovington  Arthur  cable  splicer  City  Light 
&  Power  Co  h  1407  Pacific 

RAINY  RIVER  NAVIGATION 

COMPANY.  LIMITED. 
Head  Office,  Kenora 
ALEXANDER  McXENZIE,  Agent, 
401  GREAT  WEST  PERMANENT 
BUILDING,  FHONE  MAIN  5629. 
(See  page  266) 

Warburton  Arthur  cable  puller  Stand¬ 
ard  Cable  Co  r  1407  Pacific 


ABBREVIATIONS 


acct — accountant 
adv — advertisement 
app — apprentice 
assn — association 
agt — agent 
asst — assistant 
attndt — attendant 
Ave — Avenue 
bartndr — bartender 
bet — between 
bkbndr — bookbinder 
bkpr — bookkeeper 
blksmith — blacksmith 
bldg — building 
blk — block 
brklyr — bricklayer 
boul — boulevard 
cabtmkr — cabinetmaker 
carp — carpenter 
civ  eng — civil  engineer 
elk — clerk 
clnr — cleaner 
coir — collector 
comn — commission 
comr — commissioner 
comp — compositor 
cond — conductor 
conf — confectioner 
contr — contractor 
cor — corner 
dep — deputy 
dept — department 
dom — domestic 
E — east 
e  s — east  side 


electn — electrician 
elev — elevator 
eng — engineer 
engrav — engraver 
exp — express 
expman — expressman 
frt — freight 
gen — general 
h — house 
ins — insurance 
insptr — inspector 
lab — laborer 
lvs — lives 

lino  opr — linotype  operator 

mach — machinist 

messr — messenger 

mfr — manufacturer 

mgr — manager 

mkr — maker 

mlnr — milliner 

N — north 

n  e — northeast 

No  Van — North  Vancouver 

nr — near 

n  s — north  side 

n  w — northwest 

opp — opposite 

opr — operator 

phone — telephone 

photogr — photographer 

pk — park 

pkr — packer 

PI — ‘Place 

P  O — post  office 

pres — president 


prin — principal 
prof — professor 
prop — proprietor 
pub — publisher 
!  res — residence 
1  Rd — IRoad 

1  real  est — real  estate 
!  repr — repairer 
I  rms — rooms 
Rev — Reverend 
!  S — south 
s  e — southeast 
So  Van — South  Vancouver 
s  s — south  side 
s  w — southwest 
sec — secretary 
slsmn — salesman 
seams — seamstress 
solr — solicitor 
steno — stenographer 
supt — superintendent 
tchr — teacher 
tmstr — teamster 
tel — telegraph 
trav — traveller 
treas — treasurer 
upholstr — upholsterer 
|  vet  surg — veterinary  surgeon 
i  W — west 

whseman — warehouseman 
whol — wholesale 
1  wid — widow 
i  w  s — west  side 


The  word  “street”  is  always  understood. 


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REAL  ESTATE 

228  PORTAGE  AVE.,  WINNING 

INVESTMENTS 

Henderson’s 

Winnipeg 

Street  and  Avenue  Directory 

For  1914 

This  section  of  the  Directory  is  presented  in  condensed  form.  Pull  informa¬ 
tion  will  be  found  in  the  Alphabetical  Section. 

Avenues  all  run  East  and  West  and  are  numbered  under  200  East  of  Main 
Street,  Main  to  Princess  200  to  300,  west  of  Princess  300  and  upwards. 

Streets  running  North  and  South  are  numbered  from  the  Assiniboine  River 
as  a  base  Northwards,  and  again  from  Notre  Dame  as  a  base  Northwards. 

The  word  “street”  is  always  im  plied. 


Aherdeen 


CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914 


Aberdeen  405 


ABERDEEN  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  west  to  City 
limits,  intersecting*  at 
1089  Main 

NORTH  SIDE 

—  Children’s  Hospital 
Main  intersects 
Charles  intersects 

295  Care  Geo  A 
297  Walker  John  R 
299  Hunter  John 
301  Petosky  Anton 
305  Hutchinson  John 
309  Fedorena  Wasil 
311  Hines  Carl 
313  Hill  Alex 
315  Kriesky  Adolph 
321  Schmidt  Phil 
323  Clarke  Thos 
325  Popernick  Asher 
329  Mikotovich  Michael 
331  Jankelovich  Nathan 
333  Maetoick  Mike 
335  Schwartz  John 
339  Deegau  Richd 
341  Pickering  Thos 
343  Sinosky  Abraham 
345  Maovich  Benj 
347  Sielski  Joseph 

Aikins  intersects 
351  Fraser  Mrs  Annie 
357  Ward  Wm  W 
359  Doren  Jacob 
361  Brett  James 
363  Ames  James 
365  Hunter  Henry 


369  Everett  Harold 
375  Dorosewsky  Phil 
377  Schmith  Jacob 
379  Morris  Thos  H 
381  Liechtman  Wm 
383  Frobie  Joseph 
385  Michaesky  Anton 
389  Bremstead  Edw 
391  Nobankruch  John 
395  Frank  Michael 
397  Fedorick  Stephen 
401  Muttan  John 
403  Chuiak  Paul 
405  Prokup  Joseph 
409  Sam  Long 

Salter  intersects 
411  Beese  E  E 
415  Bereharsky  Stanley 
419  WooLlam  Geo 
423  Ferguson  Alex 
425  Weiver  Geo 
427  Posner  Nathan 
429  Creeger  John 
42914  Weimer  Henry 
431  Malinowsky  John 
433  Swikes  Mike 
447  Pomas  Geo 
449  Barnett  James 
451  Knofel  Wm 
453  Rogers  Geo  A 
455  Larter  Isaac 
457  Keil  Fred 
459  Kraemer  Carl 
461  Maskaki  Mike 
463  Herosko  John 
489  Matzger  Nathan 
491  Meybrowitz  — 


493  Berosken  Michael 
Powers  intersects 

495  Meitrock  John 
499  Greenberg  Isaac 
503  Keibel  Henry 
505  Shamrock  Harry 
507  Hellmuth  Henry 
50D  Oman  Henry 
511  Meeks  Mike 
513  Psheniak  Andrew 
513  Sternat  Joseph 
517  Sternat  Frank 
519  Smyvyezanski  Leon 
521  Lewicky.i  Louis 
523  Snider  Geo 
527  Kohl  Henry 
529  Youk  David 

Andrews  intersects 
—  Christ  Ev  Luth  Church 
537  Wagner  Peter 
541  Weiber  David 
545  Quindt  Geo 
549  Carvic  Wm 
551  Bernhardt  Andw 
5'53  Deiilhman  Henry 
557  Foght  Jacob 
559  Boriger  John 
561  Kraft  Henry 
563  Schmidtki  Rudolph 
565  Bobesik  Harry 
569  Krenchus  Harry 
571  Simon  Harry 
573  Homonick  John 
575  Schmith  Michael 
579  Basievsky  Carl 
583  Glesby  Sami 
587  Schneider  Ernest 


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Furniture 

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Stationers 

Bookbinding 

and 

Printing 

Card 

indexes 

Loose  Leaf 
Systems 

Duplicating 

Devices 

Addressing 

Machines 


Richardson 
&  Bishop 

Limited 

368  Main  St. 

Phones 

Main  4812-13-14 


224  Bannatyne  Ave. 


Phones 

Garry 


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741 

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40i6  Aberdeen 


HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG 


Aberdeen 


589  Huffman  Peter 

McGregor  intersects 

595  Berkovich  &  Schweid 

595  Oihsel  Jacob 

597  Zouskon  Geo 

599  Faston  Michael 

603  Krysczyszun  John 

605  Masliak  Wasil 

607  Brodsky  James 

611  Trites  Cecel 

613  Lang  John 

615  Occupied 

619  Dundar  Roman 

625  Rachlin  Isaak 

627  Englehard  Henry 

629  Mazon  Fredk 

631  Diederer  John 

633  Nemras  Wladislaw 

635  Benhot  Fredk 

637  Meyer  Conrad 

641  Orlowsky  James 

643  Momachuk  Mike 

645  Wunsch  Fredk 

647  Abel  John 

649  Rotenberger  Conrad 

653  Brown  Geo 

McKenzie  intersects 
655  Knaus  Reinhat 
657  Occupied 
659  Leek  Adolph 
661  Graf  Geo 
665  Andertzel  Karp 
667  Occupied 
669  Graf  Jacob 
673  Penhardt  Godfried 
675  Sawchuk  John 
679  Wolfe  Fredk 
683  Grill  Kondrat 
685  Koutz  Paul 
687  Becker  David 
691  Schwab  John 
693  Kleim  Gerhardt 
695  Schwab  Fredk 
697  Keil  David 
701  Diehl  Geo 
703  Steinhauer  Wm 
705  Cherashny  Aaron 
709  Rybak  Nicholas 
Parr  intersects 
717  Mikelarich  Michael 
719  Dodar  Stephan 
721  Slabogin  Paul 
723  Kornick  John 
729  Berchutsky  Peter 
731  Andrews  Michael 
733  Molupschi  Joseph 
735^Mazur  John 
737'Petersnik  Michael 
739  Drobok  Philip 
7  41  Mudri  Michael 
751  Pa  tour  Paul 
753  Keryck  Demytro 
755  Meyer  Alex 
757  Berger  John 
759  Hefei  Geo 
761  Hydouk  Alex 
763  Libitch  Mike 
765  Korl  Joseph 
767  Schwartz  John 

Arlington  intersects 
779  Sowka  Sofot 
789  Walkin  Michael 
791  Matea  Wm 
793  Shrupse  Morris 
795  Kruger  Harry 
797  Blanke  Michael 
819  Michaelif  John 


821  Zacobytz  John 
825  Popee  John  ^ 

827  Debak  Paul 
829  Dedora  Wm 

Sinclair  intersects 
1  839  .Slonimsky  Max 
841  Chepurda  Joseph 
843  Hyrazik  John 
845  Israel  Beril 
847  Kohanski  Anton 
849  Bochiniak  Mary  (wid 
Michael) 

851  Elko  John 
853  Ruby  Michael 
855  Musaniuk  Roman 
857  Czerwilski  Ludwig 
871  Maetrick  Alex 
875  Occupied 
877  Egna  Michael 
879  Bowachik  John 
891  Donik  Stephen 
893  Occupied 
895  Logan  Thos 
897  Wolfe  Wm 

Artillery  intersects 
907  Mozetzka  Joseph 
909  Minjuk  Joseph 
911  Zaetz  Harry 
913  Ziech  Harry 
917  Shaley  Peter 
919  Rosmus  Michael 
921  Vacant 
931  Schuli  Andw 
933  Posko-ski  Adolf 
945  Lungwitz  Robt  O 
955  Art  iStone  Co 

C  P  It  track  here 
1007  Tontick  Harry 
1009  Moses  Ernest  J  groc 
1017  Badams  Henry  P 
1019  Storey  Herbert 
1021  Dunn  Joshah  F 
1023  Archer  David 
1025  Ellice  Geo  F 
1027  Amey  Henry  Wm 
1029  Cox  Wm  J 
1031  Hall  Geo  T 
1033  Whitehead  Fred  J 
1037  Foreigners 
1041  Alpert  Zalman 
Prince  intersects 
1047  Homan  Michael 
1053  Strogust  Wm 
1055  Strogust  Dmytro 
1059  Foreigners 
1077  Kostyra  Mike 
1079  Foreigners 
1081  Bodnar  Tony 
1087  Ocharuk  Powell 
1089  Hart  Fred 

Ball  intersects 
—  McPhillips  School 
1105  Kerb  Alec 
1131  New  house 
1133  Dun stan  John  H 
1135  Kosach  Fred 
1133  Vacant 
1685  Vacant 
1687  Vacant 

SOUTH  SIDE 

142  Ticehurst  Geo 

144  Findlay  James 

146  McMunn  John  D 

148  McGee  David  D 

150  Muttart  Capt  Herbert 

152  La  Pierre  Henry 


154  Purser  John 
160  Wuerch  Frank 
162  Wright  Thos 
164  Shark  John 
166  Muskovitz  Isaac 
172  Ritchie  Joseph 
174  Saltman  Jacob 
180  Deimage  Albt  E 
186  McKinnon  John  A 
188  Douglas  Wm  C 
Main  intersects 
268  Cakebread  Edw 
270  Allen  Elliott 
280  McPhitter  Norman  W 
286  Burrows  Edw  J 
288  Detlove  Edw 

Charles  intersects 
296  Sullivan  Danl  A 
306  Rice  Geo 
308  Relihan  Sidney  M 
312  Basinskv  Anton 
316  Restall  Wm  J 
320  MacPherson  Donald 
324  Jacobson  Edw 
328  WaslO’Sky  Israel 
330  Gardner  Geo  H 
334  Halyburton  Wm 
340  Klempmer  Isadore 
344  Williams  Chas  H 
346  Gordon  Robt 
348  Brice  Wm  H 
350  Field  Chas  Wm 

Aikins  intersects 
356  Jones  Melvin  H 
358  Rose  Carl 
362  Abramson  Signal 
364  Delinski  Mike 
366  Grobbin  Joseph 
368  Horvath  Julius 
370  Millstock  Nighton  groc 
37  2  Schaffer  Alex 
374  Panoll  Arthur 
392  Coope  Chas 
398  Foreigners 
400  Couch  Richd  H 
^04  Schimnowski  A 
408  Smalley  Chas 

Salter  intersects 
412  Fowler  S  Landsdowne 
416  Graff  Geo 
428  Sheep  Ellen  (wid  J) 
430  Wainick  David 
434  Peters  Alex 
438  Vacant 
442  Ludginski  Alec 
446  Kablman  Joe 
452  Laman  Jack 
468  Stables 
470  Connon  James  E 
Powers  intersects 
476  Edelstein  Morris 
478  Winsky  Asher 
482  Magid  Leon 
484  Adelman  Joseph 
494  Wershof  Aaron 
496  Shuy  Joseph 
500  Greenberg  Sam 
504  Watcher  Wm 
506  Steinhaur  Mrs  Katie 
518  S'hotsky  Simon 
522  Sheifer  Frank 
524  Young  Sami 
526  Weiburn  Henry 
528  Rudolph  Adam 
530  Wagner  Peter 

Andrews  intersects 
544  Bush  Rudolph 


Consult  the  Classified  Section 

of  this  Directory 

_  1 


CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914  Agnes  40 Y 


1030  Bergstone  Larce  M 
1032  Kendzrevsky  John 
1034  Hewitson  John 
1036  Wright  Frank 
1038  Tiller  Alf 
1040  Eskil  Jack 
1042  Armitt  Thos  H 
Artillery  here 
1 0<5  2  Showder  Danl 
1054  Rauluk  Fred 
1072  Kolowski  Ludwig 
1084  Bennett  Walter 
1076  Tiller  Alf 
107  8  Betteridge  Chas 
1080  Roberts  Hughie 
1080  Harvey  James 
—  Koulik  Mike 
1082  Ray  Thos 

ACADEMY  ROAD  (Port 
Rouge),  runs  from  Mary¬ 
land  Bridge  west  past 
Cambridge 

Odd  numbers  north  side 

3  Johnson  Thos 

4  Marlatt  Egerton  W 
75  Guest  Wm  J 

87  Meikle  John 
95  Andrews  Geo  W 
97  Long  Michael 
101  McCready  Robt  A 
105  McLaughlin  H  D 
145  McKenty  Dr  J 
189  Swart  H  T 
207  Sharman  Wm  J 
Harrow  intersects 
217  Bright  Albt 

Guelph  intersects 
Wilton  intersects 
Cambridge  intersects 


WEST  SIDE 

34  Winnipeg  Theatre 
44  Frazer  &  Mogell 
48  Vacant 
52  Brenton  A  J  Co 
56  Telegram  Job  Prin¬ 
ters  Ltd 
58  Grant  James 
66  Hewett  John  M 
70  Stanbury  Thos 
McDermot  intersects 
84  Maurice  Joseph 
88  Good  Lewis 
90-94  Ruddy  Russell  B 
100  HENDERSON  BUILD¬ 
ING 

—  McFarlane  Son  & 
Hodgson  Ltd 
Bannatyne  intersects 

112  Arlington  House 

120  Brown  Wm  H  mfg  jew- 

120  Kerr*!  &  Co 
122  Davidson  Arch  B 
122  Lewis  H 

122  American  Shoe  Re¬ 
pairing  Co 
124  Addison  John  E 
126  Dewer  Wm 
126%  Home  Carpet  Clean¬ 
ing  Works 

136  Thompson  Ohas  horse- 
shoer 

138  Sing  Sam  laundry 

William  here 


ADMIRAL  AVE.,  runs 

from  Hearn  St.  west  to 
Keewatin  St. 


Aberdeen 


548  Hoffman  Phil 

552  Peopel  Theofel 

554  Halley  Adam 

560  Schweid  Jack 

562  Cdburg  Fred 

564  Laweryck  Lanick 

570  Schopp  John  A  groc 

572  Hlady  Danl 

576  Vacant 

McGregor  intersects 
596  Vacant 
602  Frank  Henry 
604  Faifer  Alenin 
610  Scrill  John 
620  Skidonitz  Pete 
624  Skrizansky  Stanley 
626  Kuverman  Jack 
630  Berrell  Fred 
632  Hilderman  Adam 
640  Erhart  Fred 
642  Gaisky  Abraham 
650  Zaplakinsty  John 
652  Gurree  Wm 
654  Schmidt  Pete 

McKenzie  intersects 
656  Apter  Chas 
660  Vince  Joseph 
662  Pankalsky  Wm 
664  Magal  Jacob 
666  Stubbington  Wm 
668  Tavernor  Alf 
670  Semkowich  Alex 
67  2  Koso  Ludwig 
674  Pshebelsky  Martin 
676  Moirs  Louis 
678  Foreigners 
680  Lobinsky  John 
682  Ramisk  Henry 
684  Freeman  Sami 
686  Levene  Sam 
690  Silvert  Abraham 
694  Mornicher  David 
698  Vacant 
702  Vacant 
704  Wilson  Wm 
706  Thomson  Chas  F 
708  Weimer  Geo 

Parr  intersects 
752  Kripenko  John 
756  Bewluski  Alf 
758  Pugh  Frank 
760  Kousok  Alex 

Arlington  intersects 
824  Wlady  Phil 
824%  Mechen  Fred 

Sinclair  intersects 
906  Elliott  Sami  A 
908  Fox  Geo 
910  Fraser  Wm 
912  Carmichael  Geo  B 
914  Peters  Paul 
916  Fhan  Alec 
922  Arnold  Max 
922  Taylor  Herbert 
924  Vacant 
948  Rogers  John 
950  Slam  Harry 

Battery  here 
C  P  R  track  here 
992  Comeut  Steve 
996  Saltist  Andw 
1006  Koval  Dmitro 
1008  Dobush  Mike 
1016  Lesowsky  Carl 
1018  Siddell  Frank 
1022  Lutes  Adam 
1024  Demachewsky  Mike 


ADAMSON,  from  Carru- 
thers  Ave.  north  to  Mac- 
Adam  Ave. 


ADDISON  AVE.  (St. 
Charles),  from  Kirkfield 
St.  west 


ADELAIDE  AVE.  (Nor¬ 
wood),  from  Lillian  to 
St.  Mary’s  Road 

NORTH  SIDE 

3  Anderson  Albt 
5  Mattson  Eric 

SOUTH  SIDE 

38  McCormick  John 
40  May  Arthur 
42  Bateman  Edith  (wid 
Arthur) 


ADELAIDE.  from  321 
Notre  Dame  to  320  Wil¬ 
liam 

EAST  SIDE 

43  Haggart  John 
51  Vacant 
53  Vacant 
57  Clark  Herbert  M 
59  Robb  Andw  L 
61  Yallop  Sami  G 
67  United  Transfer  Co 
McDermot  intersects 
Bannatyne  intersects 
117  Roblin  Hotel 

William  here 


ADOLPH  ST.  (Noble  Park) 
from  Vopni  Ave.  north  to 
Geyser  Av. 

e  s  Prysunka  Dmitro 
w  s  Viszoski  Joseph 
e  s  Swiatkiewicz  John 


AGNES  ST.,  from  656  Li- 
vinia  to  668  Wellington 

EAST  SIDE 

363  Mackey  James  E 
365  Johnston  H  S 
367  Morhan  James 
369  Hares  Edw  J 
371  Crerar  John  S 
373  Cane  James 
375  Pfrimmer  Louis  S 
377  Hastings  Fred 
379  Zinn  David 
381  Scribner  Chas  E 
391  Bagot  Elizabeth  (wid 
John) 

393  McLeod  Danl 
397  Pearson  Robt  C 
399  Roxburgh  Wm  G 
401  Schultz  John  H 
405  Wylie  Wm  J 
407  Sanders  Eli 
409  Davies  Fred  G 
413  Goyne  Mrs  Ada  L 
415  Sutherland  Mark 
417  McRae  Hugh  A 
421  Ballantyne  John 
425  Stone  Mrs  Clara  P 


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431  Desmond  D  J 
435  Hurley  Wm 
439  Wyle  Mrs  Annie 
441  Fortune  James 
445  Bird  Wm  L 
447  Sutherland  Alex 
451  VINGOLF  APART¬ 
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Suite — 

1  Hardacre  W 

2  Jones  Arthur 

3  Hare  Wm  H 

4  McDonald  Wm  J 

5  Plocher  Mrs  F  M 

6  Cain  O  M 

7  Street  Mrs  Viola 

8  McQueen,  Robt  F 

9  Wilson  David 

10  Davies  Lalla  R  M 

11  Barbour  Robt  H 

,12  Turner  Thos 

14  Lyall  Maurice 

15  Blackley  Frank  B 

16  McKeag  Garfield 

17  Wickens  H  S 

18  Williams  E  R 

19  McPherson  Earl  C 

20  Abel  Chas 

2,1  Knowles  H 

Ellice  intersects 
505  Watt  Wm 
509  Ware  Sydney 
511  Feir  Best 
513  Lay  Arthur  P 
5.15  Hessenthaler  Geo  G 
517  Jamieson  James 
519  Ewin  John 
527  Olsen  Oliver 
529  Mahaffy  Thos  L 
533  Peterson  Rev  Rognval- 
dur 

535  Owen  Chas  H 
537  McCaw  Hugh  R 
539  Parsons  Wm  F 
541  Leith  Geo 
545  Hendrickson  A 
547  Parr  Alf 
549  Taylor  James 
551  James  Thos  H 
557  Fairbairn  Patk 
559  Panser  Albt 
561  Martin  James 
565  Jenner  Chas  I 
567  Richardson  Thos  E 
571  Walker  Henry 
575  Smith  Wm  H 
581  Chase  Thos 

Sargent  intersects 
597  Topley  Sami 
599  Michomara  Mrs  Michael 
601  P.hillipson  G 
605  Anderson  Arni  A 
609  Burton  Wm  C 
613  Delaney  Wm  E 
617  Vaux  Frank 
619  Olafson  Sigtryggur  F 
621  Olafson  S  F  wood  yd 
623  Bryniolfson  S  B 
625  Lancelin  Albt 
627  Johnson  Arni 
629  Duncan  Matthew 
631  Kerr  Chas  C 
63,3  Crumpler  Fredk 
635  Relihan  Thos 
637  Sinclair  Finlay 


6)3  9  Patterson  Howard  W 
641  Lyon  David 
643  Hickes  E  P 
645  Fisher  Carl 
657  Stewart  Elizabeth  (wid 
Robt) 

659  Main  David 
661  Milne  Robt 
663  Graham  Allan 
673  Poison  John 
675  Palmason  Svein 
,677  Gislason  Anna  (wid 
Errick) 

683  Johnson  Stephen 
685  McDermid  Geo 
687  Milbourne  John  B 
689  Sigurjonson  Sigur- 
bjom 

693  Morrow  John 
695  Barrand  Herbert 

Wellington  here 

WEST  SIDE 

352  Swanson  Frank  M 
356  Buckeridge  Gilbert 
358  Stephens  Wm  V 
362  Connolly  Maurice 
364  Bradstock  Arch  W 
372  Code  Wm 

<374  Grundy  Mrs  (wid  Albt 
E) 

378  Boyle  Alex 
<380  Kelly  James 
382  Johnson  Magnus 
,384  Brighty  Thos 
386  Hindes  Ruben 
,390  Vacant 

394  Rollo  Ellen  (wid  Jas) 
(398  Sutton  Frank  R 
402  Christie  Alex 
408  McCrea  Alex 

414  Armstrong  Geo 

415  Glenwright  Thos  F 
•420  Miller  Wm 

424  Kinniburgh  Marion 
(wid  Murray) 

426  Doeden  Geo 
428  Ramsey  Andw 
430  Goedbloed  Robt 
434  Cunningham  James  R 
438  Mountford  Mrs  K 
442  Bond  Fred 
444  Gordon  Thos  John 
446  Brown  James  N 
450  Jamieson  Alex 

Ellice  intersects 
474  McCall  Royden 
476  Deegan  Robt 
480  Totten  Frank 
482  Buchanan  Wm  H 
484  Pickles  Joseph 
486  Morrow  E  (wid  I  T) 
490  Brown  Wesley 
492  Howey  Wm  E 
494  Milligan  Sarah  (wid 
Henry) 

496  Stidston  James 
498  Knowles  Jonathan 
504  Sigurson  Steve 
506  Freeman  Edw  J 
510  Hi lil  Owen  P 
512  Sigurson  Steve 
614  Minchinton  Gordon 
518  O’Keefe  John 
520  Shee  Sydney 
524  Bickle  Albt 
626  Craig  Sami 


530  Hansson  Christina 
(wid  C) 

540  Olson  John 
-544  Abbott  Albt 
■546  Thorsteinson  Hildur 
(wid  F) 

548  Hallgrimson  Lindal  J 
550  McMillan  Robt  F 
'552  Davis  Sami  J 
554  Gowanlock  James  B 
-556  Sharpe  John 
562  Bergman  Jones 
564  Montgomery  James  L 
<568  Olson  Edw  E 
572  Taylor  Wm  H 
<576  Goodman  -Chris 
—  VESTA  APARTMENTS 
Suite — 

1  Robinson  Arthur  M 

2  Smith  E  M  (wid  C) 

3  Sharkey  Chas  M 

4  Pineau  J 

5  Vacant 

6  Kermahan  Thos  L 

7  Dickey  Thos 

8  Hall  Lennen 

9  Lydon  Albt 

10  Macguire  Richd  A 

11  Laine  Richd 

12  Massey  Thos 

13  Gillies  Angus  B 

14  Morey  Harry 

15  Holiley  James 

16  Mabee  D 

17  Plumb  Harry  C 

18  Cadham  J  G 

19  Boyle  Oswald  W 

20  Mole  Thos 
Sargent  intersects 

586  Quong  Wo  laundry 
590  Brice  Albt 
594-598  VINBORG  APART¬ 
MENTS 
Suite — 

1  Oddleifsson  G 

2  Reiglen  Sami 

3  Wright  W  A 

4  Green  M  A 

5  Brennan  James 

6  Abramovich  J 

7  Coo  Albt  E  H 

8  Stephensen  S  J 

9  Martin  James  V 
10  Hannesson  John 
1,1  Element  Chas  T 
12  Bolton  Wm  H 
12  y2  Reetz  Peter 

14  Stewart  Alex 

15  Fulkerson  W  R 

16  Woodrow  Geo 

17  Maw  Oscar 

18  Bissett  Edgar 

19  Rudd  Geo  M 

20  Cove  Percy 

21  Pullan  Joel 
602  Oldfield  Chas  T 
604  Macdonald  James 

618  Baldson  Sigdor  (wid 
I) 

620  Stefanson  Kristian 
622  Fridfinnson  John 
624  Dilger  Maximiillian 
626  Lemon  C  F 
630  Hill  Thos 
640  Anderson  Franz 
642  Mahoney  Chas  J 
646  Morgan  Fredk  W 


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650  Vacant 

65  4  Swan  Harry- 

660  Lundy  Chisholm  R 

662  Bouveron  Emile 

664  Steel  Robt  J 

672  Steel  Gerald  H 

674  Thomson  James  K 

6716  vBjerring  Oil 

678  Smith  Henry  W 

682  Joel  Chris 

684  Garrett  H  L 

688  Read  Lily  (wid  Joseph) 

690  Bray  Sanul  C 

692  Bowles  Fred  W 

694  McClellan  Geo 

Wellington  here 


AIKINS,  from  355  Suther¬ 
land  north  to  city  limits 

EAST  SIDE 

21  Western  Coal  Co  yards 
Jarvis  intersects 

41  Hood  Arch  K 
45  King-  Thos 
47  Foreigners 
49  Levick  Moses 
51-53  Red  River  Metal  Co 
55  Winnipeg  Hebrew 
School 

Dufferin  intersects 

67  Foreigners 
69  Greenstone  Moses 
71  Blitz  Leon 
79  Dennis  Alex 
81  Papirnik  Paul 
Stella  intersects 
95  Tow  Chas 
97  Bogoch  J 
101  Readstone  Edw 
105  Phillips  Robt 
107  Short  J  John 
109  Chernik  Sami 
111  Genser  Morris 
115  Shaw  Janies  A 
119  Maltinsky  Isaac 
Flora  intersects 
Selkirk  intersects 
Pritchard  intersects 
167  AIKINS  COURT 
Suite — 

1  McVean  John 

2  Milne  A  G 

3  Appelle  Sylvia 

4  Aldridge  Wm  H 

5  Miller  Andw  H 

6  Scott  Sami  G 

7  Smith  Chas 

8  Allen  Alex 

9  Hilton  Alfd 

10  Petrie  Chas 

11  Oheasley  A  E 
173  Horsfall  Thos 
205  Blackburn  Wm  A 

Manitoba  intersects 
Magnus  intersects 
Burrows  intersects 
Alfred  intersects 
Aberdeen  intersects 
Redwood  intersects 
305  Ray  Joseph 
307  Tingle  John 

Boyd  intersects 
College  intersects 
351  Thornhill  Geo 
353  Colton  Thos  J 
369  Korys  Frank 


383  Chesworth  Walter 
385  Linklater  Wm  G 
Mountain  intersects 
St  John’s  intersects 
411  Russell  John 
413  Campbell  Robt  J 
415  Joslin  Chas 
417  McGill  F  Wood 
419  Huffman  Geo  E 
Anderson  intersects 
451  Griffiths  Chas  H 
455  Gibson  Denston 
459  Shave  Geo  H 

Church  intersects 
465  McCleary  Edward  B 
467  Welch  Alex  F 
469  Cranna  Alex 
471  Trotman  Chas 
473  Danforth  Wm  W 
475  Gallinger  Geo  S 
477  HaVLoway  Frank 
479  Butcher  Fred 
483  Belknap  Walter  N 
485  Black  Geo 

Machray  intersects 
Cathedral  intersects 
Bannerman  intersects 
Atlantic  intersects 

WEST  SIDE 

2  Kofeal  Michael 
4  Fabbri  Carlo 
6  Zaloretsky  Leon 
14  Rothstein  Jacob 
16  Mendelovich  I 
22  Hirsch  Sami 
24  Cohen  Sami 
2i6  Kasselman  Sami 
28  Socha  Joseph 

Jarvis  intersects 
42  Shore  Sami 

Dufferin  intersects 
64  Nelson  Wm 
76-78  Empress  Laundry 
Co  Ltd 

80  Davis  Ideal 
82  Rice  Chas 

Stella  intersects 
100  Vacant 
104  Sapper  Norman 
120  Kliman  Mitchell 
Flora  intersects 
122  Graham  &  Morgan 
blksmiths 

132  Big  Four  Transfer  & 
Storage  Co 

Selkirk  intersects 

152  McKone  Morley 
154  Agnew  Thos 
156  Welch  James 
158  Halford  Geo 
174  Herskovz  Isidor 
176  Doner  Moses 
178  Verier  Moses 
180  Marhaft  Max 

Manitoba  intersects 
196  Schiller  Judah  W 
Magnus  intersects 
218  Bernie  Andw 
220  Grushetzki  Mrs  Anna 
Burrows  intersects 
Alfred  intersects 
260  McClure  Joseph 
Aberdeen  intersects 
286  Davis  David 

Redwood  intersects 
Boyd  intersects 


College  intersects 

344  Vanderhorst  Geo 
352  Hayes  Herbert 
354  Vacant 
356  Kuns  John 
360  Vacant 

366  James  Mrs  Selina 
370  Cousley  Robt  K 
Mountain  intersects 
386  Moore  Sidney  O 
388  McPhail  Malcolm 
St  John’s  intersects 
390  Herron  John  A 
396  Levinson  Benj  Z 
404  Wilson  John 
406  Furguson  Mrs  Violet 
408  Sparling  Joseph 
412  Lyon  Mrs  Sarah 
414  Hutton  Wm  P 
416  Downing  Wm 
420  New  house 
424  New  house 
428  New  house 
430  Cross  Robt 

Anderson  intersects 
450  Mills  Harry 
4.94  Douglas  Robert 
460  Dunstan  Fred  G 
Church  intersects 
476  Crosby  Bernard  A 
478  Smith  Wm 
480  Hopkinson  Jesse 
482  Sutherland  John  W 
484  Browning  Chas 

Machray  intersects 
528  McKay  Geo 

Cathedral  intersects 
544  Bowen  Joseph 
546  Kettle  Robt  G 
548  Fergusson  James 
552  Leach  Paul 

Bannerman  intersects 
564  Hart  Richd  H 
566  Ross  Bruce  A 

Atlantic  intersects 


AIKINS  ST.,  from  Carru- 
thers  Ave.  north 


AIKINS  ST.  (Kildonan), 
from  Jefferson  Ave. 
north  to  Winnipeg  Ave. 


AINSJiIE  ST.,  from  Por¬ 
tage  Ave.  north  to  C.  P. 
R.  track 

—  Golden  Gate  Park  (St 

James) 

Sturgeon  Creek 
EAST  SIDE 

—  Quinn  Wm  H 

—  Vacant 

—  Hacker  Chas  F 
59  Gibson  Henry  A 

—  Peerless  Sydney  J 

—  Jones  John  R 
553  Rowland  Wm  R 
555  Sigurdson  Sami 

—  McKinnon  John  H 

—  Vacant 

—  Chappeill  John  T 

—  Einarson  Ingimund 


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WEST  SIDE 

—  Fisher  Alex  John 

—  Emmett  Arthur  C 

—  Mooney  Danl  J 

—  Smith  — 

—  Reynolds  Wm  J 

—  New  house 


AIRLIE  ST.  (Lansdowne 
Place),  from  Washing¬ 
ton  north 


AIRLIES  ST.,  from  Col- 
legre  Ave.  north  to 
Athole  Ave. 

402  Kraftuk  Joseph 
437  Chislett  Arthur 
439  Gates  Fred 
487  'Cresswaller  Geo 


ALBANY  ST.,  from  Sel¬ 
kirk  north  to  Magnus 


ALBANY  ST.  (St.  James), 
from  Portage  Ave.  north 
EAST  SIDE 

201  Lennox  Henry  J 

203  Lutley  Fred 
205  Fraser  John 
207  Minton  Frank 

215  (Summer  Residence) 

217  English  G  L 
219  White  Frank 
221  Cox  Frank 

223  Ashworth  Wm  T 
225  Oxley  Alfd 
227  Harrison  Thos  B 
229  Best  Alfd  L 
231  Welsh  Alex  D 
233  Robinson  Chas 
235  Vacant 

237  McDougall  Danl  C 
239  Newbold  Wm 
241  McNabb  Donald  J 
243  Verral  Edw 
245  Bathie  Wm 
247  Vacant 

Bruce  Ave  intersects 
249  Purdie  Wm 
253  Macdonald  Hugh 
255  Keener  Chas  E 
257  English  Fred 
297  Wardrop  Alex 
307  Pratt  Wm 
313  Haddow  Hugh  M 

—  Young  — 

415  Hunter  Harry  R 

417  Gore  Robt 

419  Robertson  Alex  M 

421  Kennedy  Duncan  W 

427  Buchanan  James  A 

4  45  Ayres  Samil  V 

447  Paterson  John 

505  Taylor  John 

507  Vacant 

513  Harris  Wm 

517  Williams  Edwin 

—  Ryan  Cornelius 

WEST  SIDE 

204  Styles  — 

204  (rear)  Occupied 
212  Thompson  John  A 
214  Campbell  Mary 

216  Martin  Guy  E 

218  Cassidy  Frank  H 


224  Wilson  Geo  J 

Bruce  Ave  intersects 

250  Rosendahl  Mads  C  M 
groc 

252  Griffiths  John  E 
258  Morrison  John 
260  Dewar  Harry 
262  Patterson  John 
264  Pitt  Thos  R 
266  Bell  Wm 
268  Jamieson  Wm 
270  Webb  Alfd  T 
284  Potter  James 
288  Hart  John  H 
290  Vacant 
300  Mitchell  Thos 
312  Buckler  Edgar  P 
318  Woods  Alfd 
320  Whalley  James 
322  Bailey  Wm 
324  Woods  Harry  W 
400  Woods  Robt 
402  Woods  Henry  J 
404  Bruce  Geo  G 
412  Vacant 
416  Mitchell  Wm 
4,18  Smith  Fred 
420  Griffin  Wilfred  L 
434  Vickers  John  F 
436  Rosen  Auguste 
450  Baker  Herbt  W 
518  Brooks  Geo  H 
520  Douet  Henry  E 


ALBERT,  from  219  Notre 
Dame  to  218  William 

EAST  SIDE 

43-55  Robinson  &  Co  Ltd 
61-63  Mainer  Electric  Co 
Ltd 

63  HAMMOND  BLOCK 

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101-3-5  Toronto  Silver 
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101-3-5  Canadian  Ro¬ 
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101-3-5  Commercial 

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102  McDonald  Stewart 
Export  Ltd 
104  Sample  Room 
106  McRae  &  Walker 
mfrs  agts 

107-9  Sample  Rooms 
110-12  Quigley  R  J 
mfrs  agt 
111  Sample  Room 
114  Curry  E  &  S  Ltd 
mfrs  agts 

114  Munro  &  Donald 
men’s  furngs 

200  Gardner  B  &  Co 

whol  clothing 

201  Walsh  E  H  &  Co 

mfrs  agts 

202  Holstead  F  B  mfrs 

agt 

203  Sample  Room 

204  Sample  Room 
205-11  Royal  Alexan¬ 
dra  sample  rooms 

206  Warwick  Bros  & 
Rutter  Ltd  mfg 
stationers  whol 


208  Sample  Room 

209  Sample  Room 

210  Sample  Room 
212  Sample  Room 
214  Dean  J  Chas  mf: 

agt 

300  Sample  Room 

301  Bishop  A  M  mfi 

agt 

302  Gallagher  J  mf: 

agt 

303  Sample  Room 

304  Sample  Room 

305  Sample  Room 

306  Palmer  &  Son. 

perfumes 

307  Sample  Room 

308  Dominion  Glass  Co 

Ltd 

309  Royal  Alexandra 

sample  rooms 

311  Say  well  Geo  L 

mfrs  agt 

312  Winnipeg  Dental 

Laboratory 
314  Sample  Room 

400  Campbell  Stuart  M 

mfrs  agt 

401  Royal  Alexandr; 

sample  room 
403  Nash  H  M  mfr 
agt 

405  Royal  Alexandra 

sample  room 

406  McClintock  Jame 

D  mfrs  agt 

407  Copp  Clark  &  Co 

408  Worsley  Walter 

409  Sample  Room 

410  Ellworthy  E  mfr.* 

agt 

501  Toronto  Carpet  C< 
503  Richards  James 
mfrs  agt 

509  McDonald  John  & 
Co  whol  dry  gd.^ 
65  Lozo  Joseph  A  lock 
smith 

65  Watts  E  R  &  Son  (Car 
ada)  Ltd  surv  instru¬ 
ments 

73  Willson  Stationery  Co 
(side  entrance) 

73  SILVESTER- WILLSON 
BUILDING 

1-2  Canadian  Mercan¬ 
tile  Co 
3-4  Vacant 

6  Duncan  Chas  mfrs 

agt 

7  Wright  Arch  &  Co 

.  mfrs  agts 

8  Vacant 

9  National  Realty  Co 
9  Hammond  Stooker 

Co 

10  Turner  Frank  tailor 
11-14  Spanish  Cigar 
Factory  of  Can 
16  Wingate  &  John¬ 
stone 

20  Bell  Wm  G  &  Co 
customs  brokers 
21-22  Western  Veiling 
Co 


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Albert  CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914  Alexander  411 


23  Barry  W  H  &  Co 

ribbons 

24  Nicolas  F  &  Co 

elec  supplies 

25  Adams  Express  Co 
25  Cameron  D  real  est 
26-27  Bromilow  Geo 

rubber  stamps 
30  Bruce  Wm  archt 
32  Winnipeg  Typo¬ 
graphical  Union 
No  191 

34-35  Winnipeg  Print¬ 
ers  Board  of 
Trade 

36-37  McKay  James  D 
leather  goods 
38-40  North  West  Home 
&  Loan  Co  Ltd 
43  Line  McDonald  & 
Co  cigar  mfrs 
(top  floor)  Assiniboine 
Club 

McDermot  intersects 

83  Office  Specialty  Mfg 
Co  (side  entrance) 

—  AIKINS  BUILDING 

91  TOOKE  BUILDING 

Tooke  Bros  Ltd 
men’s  furngs 
First  Floor 
Waldron  Drouin  Co 
Ltd  hats  and  furs 
Second  Floor 
Cole  &  Son 
Willson  Andrews 
mfrs  agt 

—  Woodbine  Hotel 

—  Bulman  Block 

Bannatyne  intersects 

—  Ashdown  J  H  Hard¬ 

ware  Co 

—  Banfield  A  F  &  Co 

whse  entrance 

—  Empress  Theatre  exits 

—  White  &  Manahan  whse 

entrance 

139  Hanley  Mackay  Chis¬ 
holm  Co  Ltd 
141  Leland  Cafe 

—  Leland  Hotel 

William  here 

WEST  SIDE 

42  Vacant 
44  Vacant 

—  Royal  Albert  Hotel 

—  Royal  Albert  Cigar 

Stand 

52  Gregg  G  R  &  Co  Ltd 
whol  silk 
54  Nerlich  &  Co 
52-54-56  Gregg  Building 
56  Can  Tungston  Lamp  Co 
Ltd 

56  Ontario  Lantern  & 
Lamp  Co  Ltd 
56  Ferranti  Ltd  elec  engs 
56  Dawson  &  Co  Ltd 
elec  supplies 

56  Electric  Motor  Sales  & 
Repair  Co  Ltd 
56  Winnipeg  News  Co  Ltd 


62  DINGWALL  WARE¬ 
HOUSE  BUILDING 

—  Green  John  C  &  Co 
Ltd 

(top  fl)  Dingwall 
D  R  Ltd  (factory) 
62  Ansley-Dineen  Hat  & 
Fur  Co  Ltd 
62  Leon  Costume  Co 
70  Telegram  Printing  Co 
Ltd 

McDermot  intersects 

—  St  Andrews  Hotel 
90  Vacant 

90  Schmidt  &  Co 
94-96  Maple  Leaf  Reno¬ 
vating  Co 
96y2  Vacant 

98  Winnipeg  Messenger 
Co  Ltd 

Bannatyne  intersects 

—  Central  Fire  Hall 

—  City  Central  Weigh 

Scales 

—  Market  Supt’s  Office 

—  City  Hay  Corn  and 

Wood  Insptr’s  Office 

William  here 


ALBERTA  AVE.  (St. 
James),  from  Empress 
St.  west  to  St.  James  St. 


ALDINE  ST.  (Sturgeon 
Creek),  runs  north  from 
Portage  Ave.  to  C.  P.  R. 
tracks 

EAST  SIDE 

—  Pain  Franklin 

—  Huget  Edw 

WEST  SIDE 

—  McMahon  Martin 

—  Cusworth  Wm 

—  St  Andrew  Rectory 

—  Swallwell  Rev  L  rec¬ 

tor 

—  New  house 


ALEXANDER  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  west  to  city 
limits,  intersecting  at 
580  Main 

NORTH  SIDE 
85  Thornton  Chas  E 
87  Ballantyne  Mrs  Maggie 
89  Haig  Robt 
95  McKinnon  James 
101  Acott  Hubert 
105  Norrie  John 
113  Sloane  Mary  Ann 
115  Roberts  Henry 
117  Duncan  Margaret 
121  Aikins  Geo 
123  Campbell  Wm 

Lily  intersects 
147  Handel  Sami 
149  Sing  Mah  laundry 
151  Williamson  Wm 
155  Clubb  John  L 
157  Moody  Wm 
159  Vacant 

Martha  begins 
175  Wing  Sing  laundry 
183  Red  River  Valley  Em¬ 
ployment  Co 


Main  intersects 

207  Rogers  Wm  pool 
209  Great  West  Employ¬ 
ment  Bureau 

211-213  International  Bar¬ 
ber  College 

2,15-217  Toronto  Dining 
Hall 

219  ^  Old  Country  Barber 
Shop 

221  Apostolic  Faith  Rescue 
Mission 

223  Quong  Tong  Shing  Co 

22314  JUBILEE  BLOCK 

Suite — 

4  Lalaune  Guillaume 
6  Goulet  Geo 

6  Freeman  Wm 

7  Roussell  Robt 

8  McMillan  Wm  J 

9  Martin  Annie 
10  Water  Ailex 

12  McQuire  Joseph 

13  Wood  Arthur 

14  Church  Wm 

15  Ewart  Mary 
1514  Crow  Wm 

17  Jeffries  Chas  H 

18  Stratton  Bertram  E 
19-20  Forscutt  Geo 

caretkr 

225  Wing  Yune  Co 

King  intersects 

—  King  George  Hotel 
273  Dunn  Harry 

275-277  Logrenia  Mrs  Kate 
281-283  Levinson  Benj  raw 
furs 

Princess  intersects 

—  Bemis  Bro  Bag  Co 

Stanley  begins 

—  Ebenezer  Evangelical 

German  Church 
335  Bechtel  Rev  E  J 
337  Davis  Henry 
339  McKinnon  Joseph 
341  Pember  Geo 
343  Armstrong  Wm 
Lizzie  begins 
359  Carlson  August  L 
361  Cashdan  Rev  Elias 
365  Levi  Henry 
367  Bosenberg  Herman 
369  Tully  Harry 
371  Pearson  John 
377  Laird  Geo  T 

Fountain  begins 
385  Cameron  Sami  A 
387  Hickman  Fredk 
389  Gwynne  John 
391  Freeman  Isaac  B 
393  While  Ernest 
395  Vacant 
397  Gravestad  Peter 
399  Allen  Arthur 
401  Scott  Harry 
403  Tardiff  Frank 
405  Gordon  James 
407  Lord  W' m 
409  Smith  Mrs  Anna 
411  Colman  Chas  A 
417  Wilson  James 
419  Tennant  Harry 
421  Hood  John 
423  Warick  Joseph 
425  Hong  Lee  laundry 


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X.aura  begins 

439  Pinsonault  Arthur 
443  Burley  Thos 
445  Macaulay  Robt 
455  Wood  Daniel 

Patrick  begins 
465  Cordy  Janies 
469  Miller  Joshua 
475  McEachern  Joseph 
477  Newcomb  Arthur 
479  Plant  Geo 
483  Clarke  Wm  J 

Isabel  intersects 
495  Caruso  Antonio 
495%  Suite — 

1-2  Yep  Chas 

3  Mariatt  Geo 

4  Herman  Fred 

6  Vacant 

7  Quigley  J 

8  Vacant 

9-10  Hoehn  Wm 
497  Vacant 
499  Tom  Lee  laundry 
501  Fleischman  Co 
501%  Gilson  Mrs  Frances 
503  Miller  Albt 
507  Sherry  Michael 
509  Bryans  Chas 
511  Nixon  J  H 

Park  begins 

— •  Dufferin  School 
Nares  begins 
541  Aho  Edw 
543  Collins  Arthur  E 
545  Rippfle  Jack 
547  Toal  David 
549  Duguid  Wm 
551  Daum  Jacob 
553  Proctor  Alex 
555  Magnecca  Joseph 
Bushnell  begins 
561  Mogolov  Frank  grocer 
563  Greenberg  Sami 
567  Foreigners 
569  Scanes  Carrie 
571  Bonds  Geo  E 
571%  Easton  Wm  W 
573  Siegel  Joseph 

Gunnell  begins 

—  Dufferin  Park 
Gwendoline  intersects 

621  Carson  Sami 
625  Glasgow  Wm  J 
627-629  Little  Theatre 
631  Schmoke  Christian 
Sberbrook  intersects 
655  Plumley  Darwin  A 
661  Cook  James 
663  Mignacca  Antonio 
663  %  Mignac  Antony 
669  Wallace  Joseph 
671  Gavin  Richd 
673  Crowe  Chas  M 
697  Garnm  Rudolph 
699  Burt  Walter 

Chambers  begins 

—  Evangelical  Lutheran 

Church  of  the  Cross 
Owena  begins 
701  Bale  A 
709  Canin  Ado’ph 
711  Gibbons  W  H 
7  21  Bradie  Archd 
7  23  Titrie  Jacob 
725  St  Germain  Esdras 
727  Hepburn  D 


ZiUlu  begins 

737  Guay  J  A 
739  Pasmore  Geo  W 
741  Masson  Robt 
743  Dunthorne  Wm 
745  Norman  F  R 
747  Willson  Geo  E 
749  King  Alfd 
751  Prochan  Harry 
Rietta  begins 
763  Geller  Joseph 
765  Bechler  Henry 
767  Stoike  Ferd 
769  Blumerhouse  Gustav 
771  Welsh  James 
773  Schlim  Phil 
775  Dobson  Andrews 
775  (rear)  Vacant 
777  Forkel  Fred 

Nora  intersects 
789  George  Thos 
791  Colbin  Harry 
793  Beeso  Joseph 
795  Harris  W  H 
799  Davidson  J  H  S 
Sherman  begins 
805  Clark  Alfd 
807  Occupied 
809  Green  Chas 
815  Lister  Harry 
817  Fensom  Chas  E 
819  Watt  Henry 
823  Mizner  John 
827  Meeks  John 
829  Sonnenberg  Jacob 
831  Foreigners 
833  Diamond  Michael  groc 
Tecumseh  intersects 
841  Ritski  Henry 
845  Brooks  Albt 
849  Collins  Edw 
853  Pope  Edw  J 
857  Vacant 

Beacon  intersects 
863  Wuckert  John 
865  Grigg  .Joseph 
867  Abaska  Julius 
883  Vogel  Theodore 
885  Patznek  Albt 

Dorothy  intersects 
891  Sabina  Thos 
893  Prest  Harry 

—  Dunn  Bros  stables 
923  Larson  Chas  E 
925  Nort  Chas 

927  Blocksidge  Arthur 
933  Dodds  Thos  H 
Trinity  begins 
Knox  begins 

— ■  Imperial  Oil  Co 

—  Ryan  Bros  refrigera¬ 

tors 

Xante  begins 
Maude  begins 
Stewart  begins 

—  Western  Packing  Co 

McPhillips  intersects 

—  Canada  Malting  Co  Ltd 

Brighton  begins 
Brant  intersects 
McPhillips  intersects 

1115  Campbell  David 
1119  Allan  Wm 
1123  Gardiner  John 
1125  Watt  Andw 
1129  McMorland  Andw 


Yeomans  intersects 

1171  Bell  Alexander 
1177  Kirsch  Christ 
1179  Demal  Louis 
1181  Whittall  Geo  H 
1183  Steffan  Geo 
1185  Ripke  Adolf 
1187  McKee  Henry 
1193  Talbot  Geo  F 
1209  Smitji  Alex 
1211  Shaddie  Joseph 
1213  Price  Edw 
1215  Birch  J&ichd  P 
1217  Poole  Andw 
1219  Collard  Stephen 
1221  Milner  John 

Winks  intersects 
1231  Bennett  Thos 
1235  Busch  Adolf 
1245  Farley  David 
1247  Teller  Christ 
1249  Vacant 

1259  McPherson  Herbert 
1263  Murray  Joseph 
1265  Smetka  A 
1269  Vacant 
1273  Adamson  James 
1275  Mowbray  Peter 
1279  Clark  Niel 
12>81  Wakeham  Richd  W 
1285  Burwell  Thos  W 
1287  Prior  Albt  S 

Blaine  intersects 
1295^Lackatt  Geo 
1297  King  Amil 
1299  Ziebert  John 
1301  Petherick  Henry  T 
1303  Small  Fred 
1305  Stewart  Robt  A 
1309  Narcoski  M 

Quelch  intersects 
C  P  R  track  intersects 
1425  Paulley  Fred 
1427  Bradford  Edw 
1435  Sitybell  Wilhelm 
1437  Gravski  Joseph 
1439  Rogaler  Frank 
1441  Mellor  Ellen 
1443  Slithers  W 
1445  Testar  Frank 
1447  W allbank  Geo 
1449  Sharpe  Joseph 
1455  Watson  Chas 
1457  Llodye  Thos 
1459  Gorman  Geo 
1463  Paterson  Andw 
1467  Sumner  Edw 
1  469  Kgasv  Joseph 
1471  Cooper  Joseph 
1473  Purnell  Wm 
1475  Ferguson  John 
1477  A'exander  Wm 
East  intersects 
1503  Budworth  Fred 
1505  Sommerfeldt  Adolph 
1511  Fritz  James 
1513  Swiatkrewicz  John 
1515  Addison  Herbert 
1517  Robertson  James 
1519  Green  Fred 
1521  Davies  Geo 
1523  Gregg  Andw  grocer 
152.3  Johnston  Wm  H 
1525  Vick  Alfd 
1535  Charge  Harry  J 
1537  Warder  Fred  W 
1539  Campbell  Archd 


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1541  Harper  Samll 
1543  Dunnage  Sam 
1545  Bridgeman  Arthur  C 
1549  Lucas  Geo  W 
1561  Evans  Bertram  G 
1563  Ritchie  Wm 
1565  Prince  Thos  A 
15i67  Lewry  Edw  C 
1569  Jacklin  Alfd 
1571  Shepley  Joseph 
1573  Litchfield  Edwin 
Worth  intersects 
1579  Norris  John  G 
1581  Flintoff  Fred  G 
1585  Chadburn  Geo  F 
1589  George  Wm  A 
1591  Wood  Thos 
1593  Johnson  Gust 
1595  Tennant  James 
1597  Vacant 
1599  Reimer  R 
1601  Polden  Henry 
1603  Colley  John  H 
1605  Herzog1  John 
1607  Simpson  Reuben  W 
1609  Clover  John  E 
1611  Ladd  Arthur  G 
1617  Forsberg  Edw 
1619  Hall  Joseph 
1623  Judge  Leonard 
16£5  Henderson  John  Wm 
1651  Vernon  Ernest 
1653  New  house 
1655  Howieson  Geo 
1659  Graham  Donald 
1661  Slaney  Joseph 
1663  McKinnon  Mrs  Annie 
1665  Miner  Henry  H 
1667  Broadley  Peter 
1669  King  Mrs  Elizabeth 
1671  Halladay  Lawrence 
1673  McPhedran  John 
Keewatin  begins 
1805  Hardern  Harry  R 
1807  Duncan  John 
1809  Robinson  Mrs  S 
1823  Turner  John 
1825  Pendlebury  John 
1829  Simpson  John 
1831  Morgan  Fred 
1833  Holland  Robt 
1839  Thwaits  John 
1841  Askew  Edwin 
1843  Seymour  Thos 
1845  McClure  Elizabeth 
(wid  James) 

1847  Read  John 
1849  Goldie  Wm 
1851  Garry  John 
1853  Nicholas  Sidney 
1855  Harris  Geo  E 
1857  Birch  Thos  R 
1859  Whyte  James 
CNR  tracks 
1885  Treller  James 
1887  Butterworth  Geo 
1889  Close  John  J 
1891  Grayson  Mrs  Sarah 
1933  Brown  Arthur 
1937  Magnusson  Oscar 
1941  Trousterod  Carl 
1945  Ruud  David 
1947  Blackwell  Geo  H 
1951  Krienk  H 

SOUTH  SIDE 
90  Guest  W  J  Fish  Co  Ltd 
92  North  West  Knitting  Co 


94  Davidson  Peter 
108  Webster  Fred 
110  Dominion  Express  Co 
146  Aitken  D  D  stables 
Lily  intersects 

—  McMahon  W  mfrs  agt 
150  Smart  Bag  Co 

184  New  building 

Main  intersects 
210  Griffith  Tailor  Shop 
212  King  Edward  Barber 
Shop 

214-216  Golden  West  Res¬ 
taurant 

218  Ye  Olde  English  Fish 
Store 

220  Montreal  Cafe 
222  Larner  Morris  men’s 
clothing 

224  National  Emp  Co 
King  intersects 
280  Guthrie  Robt  chopping 
mill 

Princess  intersects 

320  Dickinson  Edward 
320  (rear)  Lewis  Clarence 
322  Dick  Edw 
326  Galiloway  Henry 
340  Crook  Wm 
350  Parks  Wm  J 
352  Manitoba  Laundry 
356  McEachearn  Chas  ma¬ 
chine  shop 

358  Matthews  Thos  A 

360  Thorndyke  Edw 

362  Bowyer  Geo  W 

364  Warwick  Wm 

368  Hunter  Henrietta 

370  Samson  Angelo 

370%  Foreigners 

376  Cudney  Wm 

378  Coleman  Silas  W 

380  Jones  Frank  R 

382  Corse  Wm 

384  Barker  Wm  H 

386  Pritchard  Herbert 

388  Nimrod  Fredk 

392  Heinemann  Rev  Arnold 

—  Zion  Reformed  Church 
406  Cooper  Max 

408  BLOOMFIELD  BLOCK 
Room — 

1  Vacant 

2  Vacant 

3  Vacant 

4  Vacant 

408  %  Johnson  J  W 

410  Cooper  Edw 

412  Bider  Paul 

414  Johnston  Bertha 

416  Abramovich  Moses 

418  Davies  David 

420  Pert  Henry 

422  Whittingham  Mrs  S 

4  26  Mackie  Wm 

428  Walker  John 

430  Bews  James 

432  Smith  James  H 

434  Young  James 

436  Barrett  Arthur 

438  Dudman  Mrs  Alice 

440  Zitsow  Victor 

442  Pritchard  Alfd 

444  Tutell  H 

446  Tomkins  Elwood 

448  Smedley  James 

452  Vacant 


454  Sagrott  F 
456  Vacant 
462  Hofley  Caroline 
466  Dodds  Eva 
468  Ferris  Mrs  Mary 
470  Cameron  Duncan 
47  2  Field  Fredk 
478  Vacant 

480  Greenberg  &  Segal 
renovators 
Isabel  intersects 
500  Ainsworth  Fred 
508  Jennings  Thos 
510  Wuensel  Gotleib 
514  McDonald  John 
516  Smith  Thos 
520  Frohmer  Stephen  J 
520%  Keith  James 
522  Chapman  Mrs  Hessie 
526  Vicary  Wm  J 
528  Schacter  A 
532  Starmar  Gustaf 
536  Armstrong  Wm 
538  Baynham  Chas  H 
542  Mohr  J 
556  Anderson  John 
558  Jones  H  E 
562  Brazier  Mike 
564  Occupied 
568  Storey  M 
572  Dennehy  Gerald 
574  Penny  John 
578  Miller  Gustave 
580  Piccano  Donato 
586  De  Lulu  Frank 
588  Smith  Sidney 
592  Hooper  Wm 
594  Hazelhurst  Alfd 
600  Ferguson  Hugh 
602  Graham  Mrs  Emma 
606  McNeill  Angus 
610  McDonald  Peter 
612  Carrington  John 
614  White  Richard 
616  Dowle  Mrs  Rachel 
620  Edward  John 
62.2  Matheson  John 
624  Gagen  Thos 
628  Innes  Robt 
630  Robertson  Wlm 
636  Riddick  Sami 
638  Holden  Robt  W 
640  Lupton  Arthur  W 
646  Pitcher  Archd 
648  Richardson  Timothe 
650  McKinnon  Donald 
672  Robertson  Mrs  Emily 
672  %  Occupied 

Sherbrook  intersects 
674  Le  Beau  AFbt  E 
676  Froeibel  Kindergarten 
School 

686  Allard  Wm 

690  Belcher  Adolph 

692  Wilson  John 

698  Holdgate  S  E 

702  Henderson  Gordon 

702%  Dunlop  Joseph 

706  Whitcomibe  Edw 

710  Brook  Rubin 

714  Hall  Joseph 

716  Bartlett  John 

718  Keays  Thos 

722  Leier  John 

7  24  Ferguson  John 

730  Bethel  Church  (Meth) 

734  Pratt  T  G 


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738  Dodd  H  R 
—  Pinkham  School 
744  Union  Laundry 
784  Yeats  Mrs  Jane 
788  Crawford  Alex 
790  Ferguson  D 
794  Ridd  Edwin 
802  Wardell  David 
806  Pascoe  Mrs  Annie 
808  Curtis  Geo 
814  Chudley  Geo 

Tecumseh  begins 
Brant  intersects 
936  Klein  Chris 
938  Foreigners 
942  Whitfield  John 
944  Occupied 
946  Schultz  Edw 
948  Rosen  Adolph 
950  Foreigners 
954  Maduro  J  D 
956  Smith  Chas 
958  Blank  Albt 
960  Gater  Wm 
964  Hamilton  Wm 
966  Paulling  Paul 
970  Bussey  Robt 
972  Miller  Mrs  Mary 
976  McRae  Wm 
978  Jones  Sami 
982  Bates  Frank 
984  Steele  Edw 
988  Vacant 
992  Podschi  John 

McPhillips  intersects 
1100  Miller  Thos 
1102  Walker  Wm 
1110  Olaughlin  John  F 
1118  Hughes  Wm 
1126  Campbell  1  Arthur 
Yeomans  intersects 
—  Moncrieff  Box  Co  Ltd 
1160  Duis  Geo  E  Co  job¬ 
bers 

1160  Nelson  Grain  Saver 
Co  of  Can  Ltd 
1160  Minneapolis  Thresh 
ing  Machine  Co 
1176  Dunbar  Stewart  R 
1178  Weston  Collie  Ken¬ 
nels 

1178  Milner  Thos 

Winks  intersects 
Blaine  intersects 

1222  Drennan  Geo  D 
1280  McLeod  Thos 
1284  Even  Viol  D 
1288  Poole  John  W 
1290  Mowbray  James  W 
1292  Nykolaishen  John 
1294  Curtis  John 
1296  Stepansky  Joseph 
Vincent  intersects 
C  P  R  track  intersects 
J  380  Gates  Edw 
1382  Gething  Wm 
1384  Haining  Wm 
1386  Osterberg  Oscar 
1392  Gough  Thos 
1394  Chultz  Emile 
1396  Eaton  Melvin  S 
1398  Allan  John 
1400  Bailey  Wm  J 
1404  Lucas  James 
1406  Kennedy  David 
1408  Williams  Duncan 


Quelcli  intersects 

1434  Smith  James 
14  36  Steeves  John  T 
1438  Thomson  John  R 
1440  Clark  Wm 
1442  McDowell  Wm 
1444  James  John 
1462  Shaw  Wm 
1468  Eddleston  Nicholas 
1470  Nixon  Henry 
1472  Driver  Joseph  W 
1478  Handford  Thos 
1482  Britton  Geo  H 
1484  Bittner  Bernard 
Bast  intersects 
1502  Rosenberg  Sami 
1504  Bellin-Carter  H 
1506  Goll  Daniel 
1508  McMinn  Sami 
1516  Heller  Emile 
1518  Spooner  Sami 
1520  Moss  James 
1532  Vacant 
1534  Gadd  Benj 
1536  Taylor  Wm  H 
1544  Mallett  Edwin  A 
1546  Smith  John  T 
1548  Kenyon  Robt 
1552  Shinnie  Alfd  G 
1554  Gunn  John 
1556  Wade  Ralph 
155  8  Cook  Ernest 
1560  Tritton  John 
1562  Banks  Edw 
1564  Caton  Fred  W 
1566  James  Sami  W 
1568  Wallis  Oliver 
1570  New  house 

Worth  intersects 
1582  McKelvey  Wm  B 
1584  Bradley  Mrs  Annie 
1588  Henry  Mrs  Eliza 
1588  Lipman  Leo 
1590  Cook  Wm  J 
1  594  Allen  Fred 
1596  Walter  H  J 
1600  McKnight  Thos 
1604  Dudley  John  R 
160-6  Cooper  Sidney 
1608  Tinker  Henry 
1610  Brown  Wm  T 
1612  Vacant 
1614  McCorkell  Joseph 
1616  Hughes  John 
1620  Duross  Geo  A 
1626  Davidson  Wm 
1644  Wright  Sami 
1  64  6  Foggitt  Harry 
1648  Seal  Wm 
1650  Tasletsky  Edw 
li652  Blackwell  Geo  H 
1654  Zeavin  Maurice 
Keewatin  begins 
1804  Cameron  John 
1808  Webb  Harry 

CNR  tracks  intersect 
1938  Noak  — 

1940  Trotter  Geo 
1942  Self  — 

1944  Pakar  Alfd 
1946  Radyk  John 
1950  Oddy  Crispin 
1  952  Meadc.roft  James 
1954  New  house 

Rosser  here 


ALEXANDER  ST.,  from 
Fairfield  Ave.  north 
Barted  Ave. 


ALEXANDRA  PARK  (Su 

division  St.  Boniface 
hounded  by  St.  Ann 
Road,  Blenheim  Ave.  an 
Seine  River 


ALEXANDRA  ST.  (St 
James),  from  Saskatche 
wan  north  to  Notr 
Dame  Ave. 


ALFRED  AVE.,  from  Red 
River  west  to  City  Dim 
its,  intersecting  at  107? 
Main 

NORTH  SIDE 

127  Nicholson  Benj 
133  Bingham  Geo 
135  Cranwill  Florence  (wi 
John) 

149  Stokes  Thos 
151  Hoye  Wm 
153  Drolet  David 
159  Smith  Albt  J 
163  Newton  Joshua 
165  Chafer  John 
171  Hayne  John 
175  Connelil  Mrs  Annie 
177  Taylor  Harry 
179  Stevenson  Hugh 
181  Temple  Thos 
189  Hardy  Robt  J 

Main  intersects 
255  Ivison  Atkinson 
257  Irlam  Chas  J 
269  Palmer  John 
271  Easterford  Walter 
279  Scott  Mary  (wid  Jas) 
287  Drelenkiewich  Mrs 
Valeria 

Charles  intersects 

291  Spencer  Asa 

295  Cooper  Wm 

297  Maltby  Walter  R 

301  McNaughton  John  B 

309  Nunn  Walter 

311  Oftrosky  Sami 

315  Vacke  Frank 

3,17  Brett  Henry 

321  Kronson  Julius 

325  Burshowsky  John 

331  Dixon  James 

333  Sneider  Frank 

335  Shea  Geo 

339  Broadbelt  Thos 

343  Decosse  Frank 

349  Behl  Edw 

Aikins  intersects 
355  Kotalsky  Michael 
365  Pearson  Wm  J 
377  Markiewicz  Rev  Al- 
fonses 

379  Mason  Danl 
381  Fair  Robt 
383  Baranisky  Max 
385  Popeski  Nathan 
387  Prasow  Sami 
389  Slotin  Ai 
393  Lipschitz  Joseph 
397  Fogel  Joseph 
405  Frehs  John 
407-409  Reudel  Alex 


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Salter  intersects 

411  Fowler  Harry 

415  Anderson  Alex 

419  Berthman  Edmund  A 

421  Haynes  Stanley 

423  Kiernicki  Stephen 

42'5  Sank  Kaziemjez 

433  Cohen  Hymie 

4,37  Otke  Aug 

439  Lev  Joseph 

443  Snider  Alvin 

447  Seewaldt  Michael 

459  Vacant 

463  Vacant 

Powers  intersects 
471  Nacht  Bros 
473  North  West  Meat  Mkt 
475  Murray  Rhodrick 
479  McKenzie  Phil 
483  Moorhouse  Mrs  Sarah 
487  Wolf  — 

489.  Olshansky  Jacob 
495  Westmacott  Mark 
503  Rudin  Max 
507  Koepke  Otto 
511  Yankelovitz  M 
515  Steinberg  Sami 
517  Vacant 
521  Brener  Isaac 
525  Lactosky  Antoino 
527  Coles  Herbert  H 
Andrews  intersects 
537  Nezor  Isador 
539  Rosenblat  Michael 
559  Ominkis  Wsher 
563  Goorevitch  Mrs  Bertha 
567  Segal  Max 
577  Pashkosky  Louis 
579  Prillmer  Louis 
585  Rountree  Thos 
587  Deviatkin  Borris 
589  Green  Max 
595  Dubinsky  Symon 
McGregor  intersects 
601  Craman  Chas  H 
605  Miller  John  Jr 
607  Winslow  Arnold 
621  Carpeson  John 
623  Pajek  Frank 
625  Sadoloski  Konrad 
633  Huyuoin  Wm 
635  Davis  Jacob 
—  Vacant 
643  Dauss  Fredk 
647  Dabish  Metro 
649  Klapstein  Danl 
653  Beam  Julius 
655  Bezoldt  Geo 
655  (upstairs)  Wogtowicz 
Sami 

657  Silverman  Abraham 
659  Hatsklem  Louis 
669  Dollm'an  Michael 
671  Wolfe  Natlhan 
673  Blankstein  Max 
675  Stoffman  Sami 
679  Holos  Sami 
681  Bender  Max 
683  Kopoloff  Harry 
685  Meyerowitz  Abraham 
687  Hauss  Louis 
689  Terboski  Max 
691  Appabaum  Solomon 
693  Hendrikson  Sigurd 
695  Acker  John 
697  Rabonivitch  Harry 
699  Gordon  Max 


701  Hominuk  James 
703  Faerberg  Phil 
707  Flax  Herman 
711  Launtkomer  Anton 
713  Heindel  Anton 
715  Abells  Isaac 
719  Berman  Jacob 
721  Masklovsky  Sami 
725  Kruchewsky  Peter 
7  27  Gaudeaur  Anton 
729  Karman  Harry 
737  Vacant 
739  Slalowdin  Harry 
751  Nikofovik  Geo 
755  Koher  Nathan 
757  Shodron  John 
781  Germanski  Phil 
Parr  intersects 
823  Podalsky  Michael 
823  Paili  Wm 
825  Marka  Harry 
827  Podalsky  Carl 
829  Gedour  Michael 
835  Wokasarich  Michael 
837  Rosenblat  Leon 
—  ROSE  GLEN  APART¬ 
MENTS 

1  Vacant 

2  McPherson  Robt 

3  McPherson  Danl 

4  Vacant 

5  Vacant 

6  Gibson  Robt  W 

7  Vacant 

8  Vacant 

9  Vacant 

10  Vacant 

11  Prentice  David 
Arlington  intersects 

863  Zoretta  Anton 
865  Muir  John 
869  Bown  Walter 
873  Birch  Geo  E 
875  Coy  Joseph 
877  Hruzuch  Geo 
879  Cox  Wm 
88d  Smith  Alfd 
883  Beck  Harry 
885  Pike  Arthur 
887  Doerr  Henry  E 
889  Vacant 
891  Rae  Robt 
893  Fraser  Arch 
895  Occupied 
897  Black  James 
899  Wier  Mrs  Agnes 
Sinclair  intersects 
Artillery  intersects 
901  McMichael  David 
917  Dalton  Percy 
921  Vacant 
923  Rentsch  Richd 
929  Witosky  Anton 
937  Obesk  Michael 
939  Zobricki  John 

Prince  intersects 
Battery  intersects 
957  Frus  Michael 
959  Occupied 
967  Vacant 

969  Topernisk  Michael 
973  Weinstein  Max 

Battery  intersects 
C  P  R  track  intersects 

995  Hourylytsi  John 


1009  Tait  Joy 
—  Vacant 
—  Vacant 
—  Vacant 
—  Vacant 
—  Vacant 

Prince  intersects 
1043  Borys  Geo 
1045  Vacant 
1047  Bolinsky  Michael 
1049  Solski  James 
1051  Smith  Alfd 
1053  Vacant 
1065  Coats  Walter 
1067  Morgan  Wm 
1 0 7'5  Franklin  Edw 
1077  Bushard  John 
1079  Bramer  Rudolf 
1081  Vacant 
1107  Poluk  Fredk 
1109  Poluk  Pete 

SOUTH  SIDE 
136  Vacant 
138  Vacant 

140  Sutherland  Frank 
142  Portigal  — 

144  Diner  Morris 
146  Panitz  Bernard 
148  Kliffer  Joseph 
150  McLean  John 
152  Jones  Wm  C 
154  Lyon  Phil  H 
156  Schwartz  Louis 
160  Lewis  Mrs  Emma 
162  Scihwein  Fred 
164  Smith  Arthur 
168  Kerr  John  P 
172  Anderson  John 
174  Wesman  John 
178  Segal  Lewis 
180  Smith  Geo 
182  Iveson  Robt 
186  Wickett  Margaret  A 
(wid  Lewis) 

Main  intersects 
258  Carlson  Aug 
260  Courtney  Wm  N 
264  Bleeks  Wm  J 
266  Knox  Richd  R 
276  Denne  Eli 
280  Poingdstre  Wm  J 
282  Curry  Wm  R 
284  Taggart  Arthur  R 
286  Ayliffe  James  D 
Charles  intersects 
294  Ellis  John  Henry 
306  Syme  Alan 
310  Macdonald  Mrs  Jessie 
316  Matheson  Gilbert  R 
324  Moorhead  Dr  Ernest  S 
326  Cross  Margaret  (wid 
Arch) 

328  Smith  Michael 
332  Morrison  Wm  T  M 
336  McClurkin  Robt 
3  40  Vacant 
342  Symons  John 
344  Emmett  Geo 
346  Pettigrew  Wm 

Aikins  intersects 
358-360  Cook  &  MacGregor 
coal  and  wood 
362  Cottrell  Wm 
364  Bernstein  Simon 
366  Smithers  Harold  J 
368  Moss  Geo 
374  Relke  John 


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380  Shepherd  Wm 
382  Levine  Nathan 
386  Brier  — 

390  Port  Phil 
394  Richardson  Walter 
396  Duncan  Lewis 
402  Morrow  Thos  P 
404  Orr  E  Calder 
408  McGregor  James  S 
410  Kwitkowsky  Jacob 
Salter  intersects 
4<18  Sculsky  Wm 
420  Powley  Adam 
422  Beaver  Jacob 
426  Mal-sikow  Sami 
428  Bell  James 
430  Ritchie  John  L 
434  Woods  Francis 
438  .Clayton  James 
440  Migecovosky  Sami 
444  Freedman  Max 
448  Vacant 
452  Vacant 
454  Vacant 
458  Craig  Danl 
460  Cor  mack  Thos 
464  Earn  Joseph 
466  West  Robt 
468  Vacant 
470  Bender  Jacob 

Powers  intersects 
472  North  West  Plumbing 
ing  &  Heating  Co 
472  Clegg  Henry  J 
476  Greenfield  Watson  G 
492  Kein  Jacob 
494  Potachmik  Wm 
496  Bernstein  Morris 
498  Cohen  Abraham 
500  Feinstein  Abraham 
502  Poison  Chas  D 
504  Tissman  Isaac 
506  Raplain  Benj  G 
520  Hoffman  Frank 
524  Joly  Adelard 

Andrews  intersects 
536  McQuade  John 
538  Seiner  John 
552  Merchin  John 
554  Krohler  Fredk 
558  Golding  Lewis 
562  King  Wm 
566  Harnagel  David 
570  Seifert  Henry 
572  Meyer  Henry 
576  Kolbeck  Wensel 
578  Popel  Alex 
580  Czechowski  Lucas 
584  Peeler  Sidney 
588  Knelman  Altor 
590  Zavick  Joseph 
594  George  Richd 
596  Bri  Andw 
—  Strat'hcona  School 
McGregor  intersects 
McKenzie  intersects 
670  Goldenberg  &  Kotlasky 
672  Leapz  Andw 
674  Hackman  Julius 
676  Desavitch  Joseph 
682  Rubin  Victor 
702  Vacant 
706  Vacant 
708  Gapan  Peter 
710  Fraser  Andw 
712  Kidd  James 
718  Vacant 


Parr  intersects 

722  Dinecaur  Severin 
726  Maslosky  Samd 
730  German  Church 
736  Cohen  Matos 
738  Kocker  Joseph 
7'52  Vacant 
754  Vacant 
756  Vacant 
758  Vacant 
760  Vacant 
762  Harris  Michael 
764  Krugler  Fredk 
766  Kerpau  Matlaus 
7.6*6  (upstairs)  Occupied 
780  Midorf  Frank 

Arlington  here 
818  Vacant 
820  Vacant 
822  Vacant 
824  New  house 
826  Huderick  Frank 
834  Izawski  Joseph 
834  Lessee  Andw 
836  Baran  Stephen 
838  Kaeff  Paul 
840  Ezske  Joseph 
842  Dohine  Pauli 
848  Walfman  Jake 

Sinclair  intersects 
880  Koslovsky  Michael 
884  Stotsky  John 
888  Victor  Adam 
892  Chureckna  Jacob 
894  Toitz  Harry 
896  Dohern  Geo 
898  Hill  James 
900  Barkworth  Harold 
902  Stone  Robt 
904  Deluce  Veto 
908  Tomorfi  Alex 
924  Kerduslhinski  Anton 
926  Waltrick  John 
954  Martinu  Fredk 
956  Kulynick  John 
958  Osar  Fred 
960  Kertorosky  Michael 
962  Koff  John 
970  Leaverton  John  J 
974  Komchenko  Klim 
Battery  intersects 
C  P  R  track  intersects 
990  Belabuk  Fredk 
992  Hayminick  Fredk 
100*2  Vacant 
1004  Koss  Wm 
1006  Kutchma  John 
1018  Miller  Anton 
1022  Skolomosky  Frank 
1064  Vacant 
1094  Kohen  Wm 
1096  Vacant 
1098  Heibert  Jacob 
1108  Vacant 
1110  Rodin  Michael 
1122  Ferman  Vower 
1124  Vacant 
1170  Cook  Percy 

McPhillips  intersects 


AJ.ICB  ST.  (Morse  Place), 
runs  from  Monroe  Ave. 
north 


ALLAN  ST.  (Elmwood), 
runs  from  Naira  Ave. 
north  to  Tweed  Ave. 


ALLARD  AVE.  (St. 

Charles),  from  Kirkfield 
St.  west 


ALLOWAY  AVE.,  from 
174  Maryland  west  to 
Walnut  St. 

NORTH  SIDE 

3  Donovan  P  C 
11  Carlisle  Wm  E 
15  Hay  Archd  T 
19  Falconer  Hector 
23  C  half  ant  H  W 
27  Mundell  Wm  J 
31  Holstead  Frank  B 
35  Daly  Geo  J 

39  Complin  Edw  C 
43  Thorpe  Frank 

47  Galley  Harold  J 
51  'Code  Wm 

55  Burgess  Alex 
59  Meneray  Wm  H 
SOUTH  SIDE 
22  Mohr  Adam 
34  Harrison  James  E 
38  Montgomery  R  A 

40  Rogers  Matthew 
46  Campbell  Henry  A 

48  Nellands  Mrs  M  E 


ALMA  AVE.,  from  Moody 
St.  west  to  Florence  St. 


ADMEN  AVE.  (Kildonan), 
from  Main  west  to  C.  P 
R.  tracks 

74  McDougall  Roderick  .C 
76  Clarke  Thos  W 

Salter  intersects 

■s  s  Rutenberg  Samil 
n  s  Vacant 
n  s  Vacant 

Powers  intersects 


ALTONA  AVE.  (St.  Vital), 
runs  from  St.  Mary’s 
Road  west  to  River  Road 


ALTRINGHAM  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  River  Drive 
west 


ALVERSTONE,  from  north 
of  Ellice  Ave).  to  941 
Notre  Dame 

EAST  SIDE 

577  Hammond  Richd 
579  Robertson  Alex 
583  Bennett  Danl  C 
585  Paulson  Johann 
587  Hand  Arthur 
589  Arnason*  Gudmundur 
593  Jones  James 
595  Pinsonnault  D  D 
597  Milne  Wm  S 
599  Frame  Geo 
605  Roberts  Wm 
619  Dickson  Wm 
62<1  Barter  Ernest 
623  Blott  Fred  C 
6  2.5  Reid  James 
637  Villjalmisson  Sigurdur 
Sargent  intersects 
661  Stonson  Stone 


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663  Brynjalfsson  Gunnar 

665  Josephson  H 

667  Magnusson  Stephen 

669  McWilliams  Robt 

671  Holm  Sigurdur 
573  Dowell  Joseph 
677  Mollin  John  C 
679  Hearn  Ed  M 

681  Thervusson  Scholson 

683  Adams  Robt  J 

693  Roche  John  J 

697  Johnson  Helger 

699  Staniland  Arthur 

701  Hunter  Hugh 

703  Hives  Christopher  A 

705  Jack  Geo  P 

707  Magnusson  Bjorn 

709  McCue  Wm  J 

711  Hunt  Herbert 

725  Burrows  Fredk 

727  Bodie  Wm 

731  Young  Chas 

733  Henderson  James  L 

735  Johnson  Arni 

737  Swanson  J 

739  Stonson  Mrs  Calgare 

741  Snydal  John 

743  Johnson  John 

749  Evans  Fredk 

W ellington  intersects 
783  Heide  Otto 
783  Reece  Ernest 
785  Hallatt  Ernest  B 
793  Tarr  Albt 
807  Otto  J  L 
809  Woods  John 
811  Hood  Stewart 
819  Welshman  Robt 
82)1  Roberts  Wm 
823  Konchak  Wm 
825  Hammell  John 
827  Norrington  Harold  C 
829  Henkel  Sami 
833  Rennie  James 
835  Clint  Jolhn  S 
837  Jones  Frank 
839  Sheppiard  Tlhos 

Yarwood  intersects 
909  Johannson  Halldor 
Notre  Dame  here 

WEST  SIDE 

594  Petursson  Olafur 
598  Coates  Albt  L 
602  Frederickson  Mrs  F 
606  Frederickson  Kari 
608  Taylor  Arthur  J 
610  Ross  Robt  C 
620  Long  B  M 
62.2  McIntyre  James 
626  Swanson  Fredk 
628  Powell  Geo  T 
638  Hallson  Bjorn 
640  Sneddon  Richd 

Sargent  intersects 

664  Gillies  Thos 

666  Eggertson  Asbjom 

668  Knapp  Ruben 

670  Edgeland  John  H 

672  Vacant 

674  Hliddal  Sigurdar 
752  Skertfelt  Thorket 
780  Chappell  S  J 
782  Dobson  Harold  J 
804  Langdon  Wm  F 
Wellington  intersects 
806  Larson  Moss  J 


808  Merritt  Andw 
8)10  Howarth  Wm 
830  Carmichael  John 
8 3<4  Clucas  Thos  F 
836  Showier  Sami 

Yarwood  intersects 
852  MARIE  APARTMENTS 

1  Brown  Arthur 

2  Kavanagh  John 

3  Tomkins  Rowley 

4  Whitfield  Mrs  Jessie 

5  Gregs  on  John 

6  Blythe  John 

7  Salter  Richd  F 

8  Vacant 

9  Vacant 

10  Miles  Maurice  W 

11  Franke  Emil  H 

12  Waldie  James 
12  Vacant 

14  Vacant 

15  Olsen  Mrs  Nellie 
856  WEST  APARTMENTS 

1  Hutchinson  Mrs  D 

2  McNutt  Thos  A 

3  Buchanan  Robt  J 

4  Vacant 

5  Vacant 

6  Martidson  Joseph  H 

7  Smith  Edw  G 

8  McIntyre  James  W 

9  Vacant 

10  Vacant 

11  Bann  Jane 

12  Sullivan  Frank  J 

13  Vacant 

14  Voger  Isadore 

15  Mercer  Geo  W 
860  Stevens  Percy  E 
862  Affleck  Ralph  R 
868  McKenzie  Duncan 
872  Prior  Geo 

874  ALVERSTONE  BLOCK 

1  Giles  John  B 

2  Agger  Wm 

3  Martinson  Helge 

4  Cooke  Chas  W 

5  Rigley  Sami 

6  Gagne  Joseph  A 

7  Hanson  Thorlayur 

8  Agnew  David  • 

9  Vacant 

10  Taylor  Chas 

11  Nickerson  Clinton  B 
876  Tallin  Geo  H 

878  Little  Alex 
880  McLachlan  John 
884  Maxwell  John 
886  Pilgrim  Ernest 

Notre  Dame  here 


AMELIA  AVE.  (Windsor 
Park),  runs  from  St. 
Mary’s  Road  east  to  St. 
Anne’s  Road 


AMELIA  ST.,  from  Jeffer¬ 
son  Ave.  north  to  Pair- 
field  Ave. 


AMELIA  ST.  (Port  Rouge) 
now  called  Harrow 


AMHERST  ST.  (Melrose 
Park),  runs  from  Port¬ 
age  Ave.  north  to  Sas¬ 
katchewan  Ave. 

Bruce  intersects 
Ness  intersects 
201  Neary  Mary  A  (wid 
John) 

203  Hanna  Wilson 
347  Frizelle  Henry  L 
349  Wylie  Albt  E 
3'51  Oystad  Thos 
353  Dermody  John  J 
w  s  McCurdy  Albt  A 


AMHERST  ST.  (Crescent- 
wood),  runs  between 
Yale  and  Harvard  Ave¬ 
nues,  facing  park  from 
Yale 

10  Shepard  Clarence  D 
20  Robir  son  O  L 
26  Vacant 
34  Stovel  A  B 

Harvard  here 


AMY,  from  125  James  to 
115  Pacific 

EAST  SIDE 

—  City  High  Pressure 

Plant 

—  Victoria  Park 

WEST  SIDE 

22  Boyd  L 
24  Robertson  Robt 
26  Simpson  James 
28  Hafle  Rose 
28  Nanson  Geo 
28  Voelpel  Mrs  — 

30  Stalker  Wm 

Pacific  here 


ANDERSON  AVE.  from 
1238  Main  west  to  City 
limits. 

NORTH  SIDE 

—  St  John’s  College 
Charles  here 
Aikins  intersects 

351  Gunn  Donald  M 
369  Weber  John 
371  .Scholey  Wm  A 
373  Gorby  Eric 
377  Maddock  Walter  R 
379  Dack  john  R 
385  Yestadt  Thomas 
387  Paul  H  A 
389  Scaife  Wm 
39.1  Kershner  Shea 
393  McMaster  Wm 
395  Rosen  &  Olson  fur¬ 
riers 

Salter  intersects 

421  Kerr  Wm 
429  Harris  Florence 
435  Edmonds  Fredk  W 
437  Stevenson  Sylvester 
571  Vacant 
573  Vacant 

579  Goodman  Stonegram 
581  Nordquist  John 
583  Vance  Gilbert 
585  Finegood  Abraham 
605  Bender  Adam 


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607  Kotona  John 
613  Pert  man  Hiroch 
615  Williams  Henirich 
621  New  house 
62,3  New  house 
625  New  ihouse 
627  New  house 

Powers  intersects 
Andrews  intersects 
McGregor  intersects 
639  Vinter  John 
643  Whitten  Fredk 
645  Hobbs  Geo  A 
671  Root  Henry 
673  Foreigners 
675  Foreigners 
687  New  house 
689  New  house 
691  New  house 
699  Starkel  Geo 

SOUTH  SIDE 


Charles  here 

174  Riddell  James 
178  Turnbull  Dr  Wm 
310  Rittler  John 
—  “The  Grange”  Cox  Fred 
J  C 

318  Buckley  Mark  G 
348  Flook  John  S 

Aikins  intersects 

366  Gray  Wm 

370  McQuade  Mrs  Mary  J 

382  Weber  Phil 

384  Resnewitz  Gustav 

186  Sutoff  Michael 

388  Charrison  Henry 

390  Koester  Wm 

392  Louch  Anthony 

396  Missler  John 

398  Rourke  Edw  J 

Salter  intersects 
422  Watling  Wm 
424  Stadtherr  Peter 
426  Stirling  J  T  phys 
428  Bishop  Nathan 
^30  McConnell  James  A 
432  Vacant 
434  Vacant 
436  Johnston  Wm 

Powers  intersects 
500  McKay  Wm  G 

Andrews  intersects 
534  Ostwald  Adam 
536  Coss  Fred 
540  Oswald  Alex 
542  Foltz  David 
544  Bender  Joseph 
550  Shaver  Ferdinand 
552  Magel  David 
554  New  house 
5-56  New  house 
558  New  house 

McGregor  intersects 
606  Fulcher  Wm 
610  Kirchesener  Carl 
620  Webb  Fred 
622  Du r ward  Robt 
630  Springman  Matthew 
63  2  Bryer  Nich 
634  Tauber  John 
640  Hungarian  Club  • 

698  Kobylanski  Sami 


ANDREWS,  from  near  525 
Jarvis  to  Athole 

EAST  SIDE 

31  Pietkersky  Hyman 
33  Franklin  Meyer 
35  Schultz  Michael 
37  Share  Abraham 
39  Breger  Schoolym 
41  Stoller  Jacob 
43  Shwied  Reuben 
45  Campbell  Alex 
47  Kesslar  David 

Dufferin  intersects 
Stella  intersects 
105  Bernisky  Phil 
107  Conway  Edw 
109  Dunkle  Geo 

Flora  intersects 
Selkirk  intersects 
Pritchard  intersects 
183  Daien  Rev  Morris 
185  Reamer  Mrs  Nina 
187  Zimberg  David 
189  Brand  Sami 
191  Feimnan  Harry  S 
193  Steven  Theodore 
Manitoba  intersects 
Magnus  intersects 
Burrows  intersects 
—  Salem  Reformed  Church 
Alfred  intersects 
!  283  Vineberg  Mrs  Anna 
Aberdeen  intersects 
Redwood  intersects 
Boyd  intersects 
College  intersects 
Mountain  intersects 
381  Kofka  Wensel 
383  Trieger  Michael 
385  Stroble  Michael 
387  McLean  Frank 
391  Wornuk  Michael 
St  John's  intersects 
401  Schwein  David 
403  Hirt  Nicholas 
409  Sunclydner  Geo 
411  Wirtz  Joseph 
413  Posanavich  Henry 
415  Boyd  Harry 
417  Maitland  Chas  B 
419  Campbell  Gordon 
Anderson  intersects 
Church  intersects 
4  57  ’Vacant 
4  59  Vacant 

<63  Kamienski  Czeslaw 
471  Mikush  Raurence 
473  Diamond  Reuben 
477  Vacant 
j  479  V acant 

Machray  intersects 


WEST  SIDE 
Dufferin  intersects 

70  Forgan  Israel 
7  2  Freeman  Julius 
78  Rushman  Wm 
80  Wvnebetrg  Benjamin 
88  Vacant 

Stella  intersects 
100  Ruy sman  Geo 
106  Misner  Fredk 
108  Gauer  Jacob 
112  Schebek  Edw 
114  Wolodasrky  Joseph 


Flora  intersects 
138  Weseloch  Jacob 
140  Derenoski  Reon 

Selkirk  intersects 

—  STEIMAN  BLOCK 

Suite — 

1  Kalidhmian  Geo  phys 
2h3  International  Den¬ 
tal  Parlors 

Pritchard  intersects 

—  Vacant 

Manitoba  intersects 
204  Fineman  Harry 

Magnus  intersects 
College  intersects 

—  Andrews  College 

—  Vonnegut  Alfd 

St  John’s  intersects 

402  Kolay  Morris 
404  Vacant 

406  Steeves  Merritt  K 
408  Vacant 
410  Vacant 

Church  intersects 

ANDREWS  ST.  (Xildonan) 
from  Jefferson  Ave.  north 
to  Baird  Ave. 


ANGUS  (Point  Douglas), 
from  Point  Douglas  Ave. 
to  Red  River 
Odd  numbers  east  side 

116  Harvey  Henry 
120  Murray  Thos 

Sutherland  intersects 
136  Bzowy  O 
136i£  Dunlow  Chas 
138  Copus  John 
140  Mendham  Geo 
142  Osaczuk  Sami 
146  Mac-hick  John 
162  Kurshenitzky  Bernatt 
168  Smith  Mike 

Regent  intersects 


ANNABELLA  ST.,  from 
Red  River  to  Rover,  in¬ 
tersecting  at  71  Higgin 
EAST  SIDE 

43  Dey  John 
47  Arbuthnot  James 
49  Bradley  Chas 
51  Bertram  Geo 

Higgins  intersects 
73  Hossock  Duncan  A 
75  Crawford  Joseph  B 
Point  Douglas  Ave  here 
C  P  R  track  intersects 
123  Belmen  Mrs  Estelle 
127  Retiff  Wm 

Sutherland  here 
145  Curney  Gertie 
149  Williams  Florence 
151  Venette  Doris 
153  Burns  Bertha 
157  Wood  Minnie 
159  Vacant 
163  Vacant 
167  Stanton  Alma 
169  Jones  Goldie 
171  Vacant 
173  Norris  Amy 
175  Hodgman  Vernie 
179  Roche  Mrs  Annie 
Rover  Ave  here 


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WEST  SIDE 

64  Peach  Chas 
66  Evans  Danl 
68  Bilacka  John 
70  Arnold  John 
74  Cardno  John 
78  Mundell  Benj 
80  Oles  J  P 
86  Hodgins  Thos 
8S  Butsall  Peter 


AFPIiE  ST.  (St.  James), 
from  Saskatchewan  north 
to  Notre  Dame  Ave. 


ARCHIBALD  (St.  Boni¬ 
face),  east  of  Seine  Ri- 
ver  from  Marion  St.  to 
Montcalm 

Odd  numbers  west  side 
Marion  intersects 

—  Hotel 
341  Vacant 

345  Chapman  Joseph 

349  Foreigners 

353  Skoloski  Henry 

Doucet  St  here 
387  Vacant 
389  Duncan  Adam 

Cherrier  St  here 

—  Western  Can  Flour 

Mills  (plant) 

393  Komorofsky  Peter  gen 
store 
395  Vacant 

Giroux  here 
421  Mirochnik  A  groc 
425  Fisher  Wm 
435  Vacant 

435  (rear)  Brewer  Char¬ 
lotte  M 

439  Pattinson  Geo 
449  Mukilofsky  M 
451  Levenson  Morris 

—  Northwest  Grain  Deal¬ 

ers  Assn 

—  Crown  Elev  Co  Ltd 

—  New  bldg 

—  New  house 

—  Western  Can  Flour 

Mills  Co  Ltd 

—  Winnipeg  Steel  Gran¬ 

ary  &  Culvert  Co 
Ltd 

—  Patterson  Mfg  Co 

Plinquet  intersects 
Youville  intersects 
Lacombe  intersects 
Tissot  intersects 
Provencher  intersects 

—  C  P  R  Depot 

604  Occupied 

605  Vacant 

606  Laf ranee  G  B 
606  Lafrance  Jean  B 
608  Fonaola  Henri 
625  Marquis  John 

717  Beaudry  Ferdinand 
Rue  Notre  Dame  here 
800  Winter  Wm 

Montcalm  here 


AEGYLE,  from  54  Henry 
to  Point  Douglas  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 

11  Ruddell  Danl 
15  Stewart  John 
19  Moss  Chas 
21  Gage  John  O 

Heaton  ends 
31  The  Argyle  Store 
35  Alprin  Abraham 

37  Tasdoin  Hiram 

41  Braunstein  Israel 
Macdonald  intersects 

43  Lemire  G  H 
Higgins  intersects 

WEST  SIDE 

38  Ostfeld  Mayer  L 

44  Solovey  A 
44  Goldberg  A 

Macdonald  intersects 
50  Newman  Harry 
60  Murphy  Frank  J 
62  Dowle  Chas 
64  Nutter  Robt 
66  Neilson  John 

Higgins  intersects 


ARGYLE  NORTH,  from 
Point  Douglas  Ave.  to  63 
Euclid. 

EAST  SIDE 

Pt  Douglas  Ave  intersects 

115  Eumaes  Wilfred 
117  Sanchuck  John 
125  Weir  J  G 

Sutherland  intersects 
139  Graber  Anton 

Euclid  here 
Heaton  ends 
WEST  SIDE 

Pt  Douglas  Ave  intersects 
Sutherland  intersects 

134  Yates  Mrs  Margaret 
142  Nagengast  Mrs  Mar¬ 
garet 

144  Crundwell  Arthur 
146  Pseytocki  Michael 
148  Duff  Mrs  Annie 

Euclid  here 


ARGYLE  PARK  (St. 
James),  on  Pine  St. 


ARLINGTON,  from  As- 
siniboine  River  to  Notre 
Dame  and  then  northeast 
to  College  Ave.,  covering 
streets  formerly  called 
Brown  and  Brant 

EAST  SIDE 

19  Oswald  James 
21  Britton  Alex  M 
25  McCormick  Alex 
33  Rutledge  Oliver  G 
35  Gerard  — 

37  Fairley  Wilson  B 
39  Coutts  Donald  C 
41  Reynolds  Chas  E 
43  Lawrence  F  I 
45  Thomas  A  Vernon 
Wolseley  intersects 
71  Judd  Arthur 
73  Lay  A  Wilson 
75  Jamieson  R  J 


77  Wolfe  A  Merton 
79  Douglas  Wm 
83  Lobdell  Mrs  Mary 
85  Rapelje  Wm  F 
87  Aylward  Rev  Robt 
91  Smith  Edgar  H 
93  Law  James 
105  Graham  Rudolphus  H 
107  Van  Alstyne  Edw  S 
121  Gillespie  I,  F 
123  Noble  Robt  M 
125  Horner  Ralph 
127  Fitzsimon  Robt  M 
129  Preston  Robt 
133  Smith  Chas  O 
139  Graham  Chas 
141  Swan  Fred  C 
145  Mitchell  Lyman  S 
Westminster  intersects 
149  Christian  Church 
151  McNeillie  Ralph  G 
153  Christie  Herbt  F 
157  Henderson  Alfd  G 
163  Davey  Geo  H 
167  Chalmers  Hector  L 
169  Nowlan  Harry  S 
171  O'Meara  Wm  H 
173  Harpell  Geo  W 
175  Bonnycastle  Geo 
177  Dover  D  Bell 
183  Gill  Herbert 
187  Cameron  Geo  J 
193  Dupuis  Alfd  J 
195  McVicar  T  J 
199  Lugh  Francis  M 
201  Kernahan  Thos  J 
Preston  intersects 
223  Smith  Noble  C 
225  McLean  Robt  D 
227  Stafford  Arthur 
231  Badenoch  A 
237  Robertson  Rev  H  J 
239  Murdocn  A  V 
243  Shields  Ernest  S 
247  Nixon  Fred  C 
249  Jones  James  H 
251  Lane  Chas 

Portage  Ave  intersects 
—  Berg  Carl  M  carp 
33/  Vipond  Albt 
339  Belcher  Richd  C 
365  Birch  Albt  E 
367  Fillion  U  Geo 
369  Stanbrook  Walter 
371  Hawkins  Albt  E 
373  Slater  Isaac 
375  Little  John 
377  Wedley  Walter  E 
379  Sheridan  Wm 
381  Dineen  John 
383  Pryce  Henry  A 
385  Cole  John 
387  Smith  John 

Livinia  intersects 
441  Twyman  Erne.st  G 
459  Milnes  Harold 
48(5  Gall  Alex 

4  87  Davis  Wm  S 
535  Welsh  Wm 
537  Taylor  Geo 

Ellice  intersects 
545  Ballantvne  P  grocer 

5  49  Powell  L  L 
551  Hynes  Fred  G 
5  65  Frayer  Percy 

567  McDowall  David  T 
569  Dunsmore  Mrs  Emma 


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Sargent  intersects 

689  Douglas  Hugh 
699  Munro  Hugh 
701  Nunn  Ed  F 
713  Robertson  Chas 
717  Ternent  Alex 
721  Nelson  Chas  W 
723  Vinning  Kenneth 
725  Zinn  Albt 
727  Gyselman  Mrs  Mary- 
729  Biarnasen  John  P 
733  Russell  J  B 
747  Fisher  Joseph 

Wellington  intersects 
793  Vacant 
795  Fergusson  Wm  M 
797  Lloyd  John  E 
809  McNeil  Robt 
811  Hardiman  E  F 
813  Veitch  David 

Notre  Dame  here 
Winnipeg  intersects 
McDermot  intersects 
Bannatyne  intersects 
William  intersects 
Bigin  intersects 
1001  Day  Wm 

Ross  intersects 
1038  Wood  D  D  contr 
1093  Vacant 

Pacific  intersects 
Alexander  intersects 
Bogan  intersects 
Henry  intersects 
Higgins  here 
Jarvis  intersects 
Dufferin  intersects 
1315  Varnam  Harry 
1317  Bart.orawski  Ludwig 
1319  Wilkinson  Percy  G 
1321  Schade  Emil 
1323  Morgan  Joseph 
Stella  intersects 
Flora  intersects 
Selkirk  intersects 
Pritchard  intersects 
1445  Wolske  Wm 

Manitoba  intersects 
Magnus  intersects 
Burrows  intersects 
Alfred  intersects 
Aberdeen  intersects 
Redwood  intersects 
Boyd  intersects 
College  intersects 
Mountain  intersects 
1639  Vacant 
1645  Caithness  David 
1663  Entwistle  James 
1695  Kell  Christian 
WEST  SIDE 
28  Watts  M  E 
30  Harris  Herbert  H 
34  Curry  Franklin 
40  Shragge  Bernard 
4  4  McBain  Mrs  Louise 
5'6  Dow  Neil  S 

Wolseley  intersects 
72  Tier  Wm 
76  Harvey  Regd 
78  Harden  Emanuel  J 
80  Rutherford  D  W 
84  Henderson  P  C 
86  Caughey  Wm 
88  Bready  C  W 
90  Daly  Augustus  W 


100  Hamilton  Mrs  Lenora 
102  Stewart  David  C 
104  Forhan  J  W 
120  Bryson  A  C 
122  Rankin  Leonard 
124  Blanchard  Chas 
126  Wark  Albt 
128  Barbour  Harris  D 
132  Mitchell  Walter  J 
134  McCurdy  Alex 
144  Chestnut  Dr  Wm 
146  Grainger  James  H 
148  Morton  Duncan 
160  McMillan  John  M 
162  Wright  Joseph 
166  Wood  Victor  A 
168  Clark  Wm  A 
170  Scott  John  J 
172  Payne  John  T 
174  Battram  Stewart  M 
176  Ferguson  Arthur  A 
178  McLean  John  B 
—  Grace  Hospital 
Preston  intersects 
238  Cameron  W  A 
240  Johnston  A  W 
242  Clive  Chas  F 
244  McLean  John. 

246  McPherson  Wm  H 
246  Reilly  W  H  phys 
270  Kee  Sam  laundry 
Portage  Ave  intersects 
306  McLaughlin  Carriage 
Co  Ltd  storage 
316  Hoccom  Mrs  Annie 
322  Fesser  Geo 
324  Schuler  Phil 
328  McDonald  Geo 
330  Campbell  Mrs  Colin 
334  Peck  ham  Percy  C 
346  Griffiths  Geo 

St  Pauls  intersects 
364  Proudlove  Herbert 
378  Dixson  John  J 

Eivinia  intersects 
458  Ost  Nicholas 
460  Thomas  David  L 
462  Whitehead  John  M 
466  Flett  Wm  M 
538  Ryan  Thos 

Ellice  intersects 
544  Easton  Alex  C 
546  Hindle  Geo  F 
548  Preece  James 
550  Findlay  Wm 
558  Howe  Wm  H 
562  Vincent  Geo  W 
564  Barter  Joseph 
566  Hayes  Phil 
568  Cumbers  Wm  W 
570  McSween  John  J 
572  Jamieson  Chas 
574  Smith  Daniel  J 
576  Wagner  Orville 
57  8  Rankin  Alex 
594  Huget  John  W 
596  Clacy  A  M 
598  Ryan  James  A 
600  Munnion  Harold  A 
618  Northland  Knitting  Co 
Ltd 

624  Cross  John 
628  Jardine  A  H 
630  Green  Harry 
632  Angus  Benj 
634  Rozelle  Fredk  J 
636  McGregor  Sami  A 


666-668  Brown  Bros  bak  rs 
672  Freid  Joseph  tailor 
672%  Lane  Harry  groc 
674  Gilroy  Arnold  G 
678  Gillan  James 
680  Magnusson  Magnus 
698  Gallinger  Herbert 
700  Curloss  Robt 
702  Coulsell  Arch  J 
704  Gregg  Robt  J 
712  Atherton  Thos 
714  McMaster  Sami 
7  26  Clay  Harry  R 
734  Ruiz  David  P 
736  Sigmundson  Johann 
738  Thorkelson  Soffinous 
746  Johnson  Goodmander 
748  Lyon  Edw  S 

Wellington  intersects 

776  Vacant 
780  Curtis  Albert 
782  Beggs  Joseph  W 
800  Shores  Lewis  E 
802  Duxbury  Wm  H 
804  Jones  Edwin 
806  Watson  Wm 
812  Passey  Thos 
814  Dorschel  Clare  M 
816  Jackson  Mrs  A  E 
818  Hill  Geo  O 

Yarwood  intersects 

—  St  Edward’s  (R  C) 

School 

—  St  Edward's  (R  C) 

Church 

Notre  Dame  here 
Winnipeg  intersects 
McDermot  intersects 
Bannatyne  intersects 
William  intersects 
Elgin  intersects 
Ross  intersects 
1002  Butlin  Wm 
1038-1040  Central  Coal  & 
Wood  Co 

1038-1040  Bird’s  Hill  San 
Co 

—  Bird’s  Hill  Sandstone 

Brick  Co 

—  Fort  Garry  Constn  Co 

Pacific  intersects 
Alexander  intersects 

1056  Waldon  Co  Ltd  whse 

1092  Massey  Sami 

1094  McNaughton  Mrs  Ma; 

Bogan  intersects 
Henry  intersects 
Higgins  here 
Jarvis  intersects 
Dufferin  intersects 
1314  Smith  Frank 
1316  I.ang  Robt  J 
1318  Le  Cappellain  Wm 
1320  Lincoln  Wm 
1322  Sharp  Richd 
1324  Rea  Robt  R 
1328  Vacant 
—  Wenick  Mrs  Sophia 
Stella  intersects 
1364  Burns  Armann 
1366  Sutherland  John 
Flora  intersects 
Manitoba  intersects 
Selkirk  intersects 
Pritchard  intersects 
1446  Grobowski  John 
1448  Levett  Wm 


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of 


SOUTH  SIDE 


1450  Swatek  John 
1452  Patrick  Michael 

Manitoba  intersects 
Magnus  intersects 
Burrows  intersects 
Alfred  intersects 
Aberdeen  intersects 
Redwood  intersects 
Boyd  intersects 
College  intersects 
Mountain  intersects 
1632  Scott  Geo 
1642  Egilson  Edil 


ARMBTTA  AVE.,  from 
Main  St.  west  to  Sin¬ 
clair 

447  Jackson  Lewis 
461  Shersky  Geo 

Copp  intersects 
481  Johnston  Sami 
483  Vacant 
48*5  Vacant 

McGregor  intersects 
579  Bianco  David 

581  Vacant 

582  Joyce  Thos  H 

583  Gay  Margaret 

585  Foreigners 

586  Christie  Duncan  F 

587  Hicks  James 

588  Duff  Louis 

589  Morris  James 

590  Stewart  Thos  F 

591  Thiebot  Phil 

592  Dunn  John 
601  Rogers  Chas 
603  Platt  Arthur 
605  Fraser  John 

Powers  intersects 
703  New  house 
722  Taylor  Archd 

725  Linton  Wm 

726  Boyd  John  C 
730  Holiday  Michael 

C  P  R  track  intersects 
Sinclair  intersects 
n  s  Shanion  Abraham 


ARMSTRONG  AVE.  (Kil- 

donan),  from  Main  east 
to  Red  River 

178  Christie  Alex  W 
154  Hebden  Joshua 
150  Christianson  — 

148  Vacant 
132  Bates  Wm  Edw 
1.30  Holiday  Sami 
110  Coulthard  Thos  F 
106  Whiley  Thos  J 
104  Whiley  Thos 
80  Scarampi  Chas 
78  Jones  B  Clifford 
72  McKinnon  Findlay  W 
36  Hilton  Geo 


ARMSTRONG’S  POINT 

(District  bounded  by 
Assiniboine  River  and 
Cornish  Ave.) 


ARNAUD  (St.  Boniface), 
from  Tache  east 
Odd  numbers  north  side 

47  Soux  Joseph 
54  Hamel  Fred 


—  Rice  Malting  Co 
Can  Ltd 

n  s  Claes  Clements 
n  s  Le  Blane  H 
n  s  Janelle  John 

St  Stephen  here 


ARNETT  ST.,  from  Carru- 
thers  Ave.  north  to  Mc- 
Adam 


ARNOLD  (Norwood),  from 
Dubuc  to  Oak  Ave. 

12  Parker  John  A 

13  Jackson  John 

14  Parker  Thos  S 
16  Vacant 

20  Nelson  Wm 
22  Brock  Wm 
30  Vacant 

34  Brueckner  Robt  J 
38  Gelines  Joseph 
44  Reid  Wm  A 
48  Bailey  Albt  E 

Oak  Ave  here 


ARNOLD  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Red  River 
west  to  C  N  R  tracks 

NORTH  SIDE 

2&5  Walters  Geo  A 

Osborne  intersects 

287  Salmon  Geo 
289  Watters  Harry  F 
291  Lindsay  Harry  C 
293  Fraser  Donald 
295  Hughes  Richd  T 
297  Voile  Claude  S 
299  Taugh  Albt 
301  Cohen  Woolf 
311  Kennedy  John 
313  Letchford  Ed  J 
315  Wilkie  James  W 
317  Whiting  Geo 
319  Parsons  Albt  E 
323  Stewart  Robt 
325  Farr  Roy 
327  White  Arthur 
329  Macaulay  Neil 
331  Somers  Arthur 
333  Allen  Wm  R 
335  Heigh  James 
337  Scarfe  James  T 
339  Cann  Leslie  O 
341  Derrick  Wilbert 
343  Gunderson  Theo 
345  Boyce  Geo 
347  Whisson  Edw 
351  Rees  Gomer  shoemkr 
Nassau  intersects 
385  Kelt  Geo 
387  Vacant 
389  Letchford  Edw  R 
391  Nelson  Horatio 
393  Hall  Wm  M 
395  Davis  Sami  J 
397  Fraser  James 
399  Vacant 
401  Jerome  Martin 
403  Kilpatrick  Sarah  (wid 

Hugh) 

409  Fester  David  L 
411  Occupied 

Daly  intersects 
CNR  track  here 


4  Smart  John 
28  Parsons  Wm 
30  Griffin  Arthur 
34  Vermundson  Elias 
48  Vacant 
52  Rescorl  Wm  T 
Mabel  intersects 
62  Ormiston  R  B 
70  Gray  Robt  R 
84  Calm  is  Jean 
86  Lawrie  Wm 
88  Hunt  Thos  G 
90  Ayliffe  Horace 
92  Richard  Ernest 
100  Olson  Alf 

Suttie  intersects 
102  Whitaker  Percy 
116  Worthington  Horace 
118  McDonald  Gavin 
120  Elenor  Robt  H 
122  Munro  John  B 
124  Whitfield  Geo 
126  Gillis  Nels 
128  Hunter  Wm 
130  Martinet  Emile  L 
136  Shepley  Leslie  H 
138  Holt  Elman 
142  Plas  Cornelius 
144  Davidson  John  H 
146  Nolan  James 
148  McBrien  Joseph  L 
Casey  intersects 
154  Vacant 
156  Gilmore  R  David 
158  Elcombe  Paul 
160  Young  John 
162  Newman  Fredk 
164  McBeth  David 
166  Gibb  John 
174  Shea/rer  Peter 
176  Davies  Hugh 
178  Morton  Wm 
180  Vacant 
182  Walker  Wm 
184  Hine  James 
186  Hepworth  Arthur 
188  Cox  J  Henry 
190  Powell  Harry 
192  Fraser  Evan 
194  Newton  Chas  L 
196  Hammond  Harry  O 
198  McKenzie  Edw  B 
Hay  intersects 
204  Wildgoose  James  A 
206  Frearson  John 
208  Smyth  Sam.l 
210  Allport  Joseph  R 
212  Bacon  Regd  G 
214  Cole  J  D 
216  Naven  Thos 
218  Lazenby  Frank 
220  Gibb  A  E 
224  Dugda’e  A  C 
228  Rowden  Harry 
230  Gray  Alfd 
234  Keen  Thos  J 
238  Alexander  Adam 
240  Balchin  Chas  D 
242  Dawes  Thos 
244  Scarr  Robt 
246  Sproat  Duncan 
248  Reid  James 
250  Metcalf  Chas  H 
254  Liddy  Thos 

Osborne  intersects 
286  Davis  Wm  barber 


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Jones  David 
Wilson  Geo 
Lewis  Edwin  A 
Hattie  Wm 
Hattie  Thos  G 
Kee  Mrs  Rebecca 
Boult  A  B 

Good  Hester  (wid  Wm) 
Bennett  Robt 
Booth  Harry  A 
Vacant 

Chambers  Geo 
Yekel  Hendrick 
Tully  Ordie 
Marsh  Alex 
Thurlbeck  Wm  J 
McKenzie  Mary  (wid 
Hugh) 

Traviss  Chas  E 
Norman  Archibald 
Patterson  Wilfred 
Davis  Chas 
Watkins  Arthur 
Nassau  intersects 
King  F  G 
Wilson  Robt 
Grim shaw  Albt 
Collins  Cyril  W 
Moss  Richd  J 
Woodward  Robt  A 
Davidson  Wm  B 
Lake  Henry 
Blanchard  Theo 
Haigh  Ernest 
Westbrook  Walter  E 
McFadyen  Malcolm 
Boscott  Douglas 
Daly  intersects 
Olson  Maurice 
Molinski  James 
Turpin  Edwin 
Vacant 

Anderson  Wilson 
Jones  Chas 
Nicolson  Alex 
Elliott  James 
Gibbons  Thos 
CNR  tracks  here 


ARTHUR  from  253  Notre 
Dame  to  Bannatyne 


EAST  SIDE 

41  Gordon  Hugh  shoemkr 

43  Baker  Henry  bicycle 
d'r 

45  Creed  A  T  Co  Ltd  (The) 
printers 

4  5  V>  Barootes  Wm  E 

47  Vaoant 

57  Mason  Wm  J  gun¬ 
smith 

McDermot  intersects 
Bannatyne  here 


WEST  SIDE 

34  Man  Watch  &  Jewelry 
Co 

3  4  Model  Cleaners 
36  Able  Messenger  Co 
(The) 

36 y2  Winnipeg  Auto  Ra¬ 
diator  Co 
36V2  Press  (The) 

38  Carroll  Patk  plumber 
38  Schventhale'r  Nick  tai¬ 
lor 


54-60  Robinson  Little  & 
Co  wkol  dry  goods 
McDermot  intersects 
88  Wine  &  Spirit  Vaults 
Ltd 

92  Canadian  H  W  Johns- 
Manville  Co  Ltd  as¬ 
bestos  goods 
100  Gaults  Ltd 

Bannatyne  here 


ARTILLERY  ST.  from 
Pritchard  Ave.  north  to 
College  Ave. 


ASA  ST.  (Parkview),  from 
Park  Ave.  south 


ASH  (Port  Rouge),  south 
from  Crescentwood  to 
City  limits 

Academy  Road  intersects 
Kingsway  Ave  intersects 
Haskins  Ave  intersects 
Jackson  Ave  intersects 
Lennon  Ave  intersects 
Grant  intersects 
Mathers  Ave  intersects 
G  T  P  tracks  here 
w  s  Goodman  Magnus 
w  s  Runolfson  Geo 
w  s  Erickson  O  H 

CNR  tracks  here 


ASHBURN,  from  Portage 
Ave.  north  to  Notre 
Dame 


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EAST  SIDE 

Kelly  James  N 
Carter  Walter 
Chippendale  Tom 
Morrison  Alex  T 
E’ders  John  E 
Wylie  Alfd 
Pond  Chas  W 
Verrinder  Arthur 
Harrison  Mrs  Frances 
Bird  Robt 
Cuthbert  Walter 
Thomson  Chas 
Gilliver  Wm  J 
Classic  intersects 
Deeks  Walter  F 
Mackie  Geo  O 
Nicholson  Walter  M 
Morgan  Regd 
Brown  Benj  H 
Sandall  — 

Coddington  Harry 
Ketterson  Andw  R 
Dygert  Geo  S 
Vacant 
Occupied 
Kelly  Metry 
Mackie  Norman  M 
Mathers  John  T 
Holt  Wm  J 
MacDonald  Wm  B 
Ellis  Francis  T  S 
King  Fredk 
Thompson  Chas  H 
Thoms  James  B 
Nickle  Stanton  A 
Wiberg  Geo  E 
Tweddell  Robt  N 
Lyons  Geo 


693  Bell  Henry  M 

701  Tesser  Sami  S  F 

703  Brand  Jay 

705  Shaw  Edw  W 

711  Wallis  J  H 

715  Lush  Clifford  N 

719  Hanback  Harold 

72<1  Hopkins  John 

723  Pherril  P  S 

72,5  Oswald  Chas  S 

727  Reid  Madeline  (wid  R) 

729  Coles  Edgar 

Wolever  intersects 
751  Cashley  Thos 
753  Jackson  John  W 
755  Robarts  Chas 
757  lnsch  Nathanial 
759  New  house 
773  Trimming  Alfd 
777  Meek  James 
783  Beavers  Geo  H 
787  Wright  Geo  E 
793  Philips  Fredk  W 
795  Philips  Joseph 
797  Smith  John 
S05  Anderson  Wm  S 
809  Barclay  Richd  J 
813  Skinner  Fredk  G 
815  Dooley  Francis 
819  Evans  Chas  J 
821  New  house 
829  Anderson  David 
833  Bawden  Henry 
835  Murray  Kenneth 
837  Vacant 
845  Tawns  Peter 
847  Smith  Frank  V 
851  Sullivan  Chas  J 


Eivinia  intersects 

—  Vacant  house 
893  Vacant 

895  Bain  Thos 
897  Foster  Percy  A 
901  Vacant 
905  Morwick  Wm 
913  Robinson  Wm 
915  Taylor  Joseph  H 
9.25  Richardson  Wm  M 
927  Hermanns  Wm 
933  Ke’ls  Bros  grocs 
945  Vacant 
947  Payne  Wm  P 
953  Henderson  Alex  D 
955  Roylance  Wm 
957  Cooke  Wm 
959  Schnorr  Mrs  Annie 
961  Patterson  Wm 
979  Foster  Geo  A 

—  New  house 


Ellice  intersects 

1°23  Norten  James 
1025  Rule  Henry 
1043  Montford  Thos  H 
1051  Herco  Franc 
1055  Vacant 
1113  Heidrich  Theo 

Sargent  intersects 
1147  Alliston  Thos  J 
1149  Callaway  Alfd  J 
Wellington  intersects 
Notre  Dame  here 


WEST  SIDE 

580  Stewart  Thos  A 
584  Gammon  Arthur  A 
588  MoRae  E  J 
604  McDonald  John 


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Classic  intersects 

640  Earle  Arthur  H 
646  Maxwell  John  H 
676  Smith  Norman  E 
680  Duffy  May  L  (wid  W  C) 
684  Manger  Benj 
686  Payne  Joseph  J 
688  Thomas  Thos  M 
690  Vacant 

694  Chatburn  Fred  Wm 
696  Anderson  Harry  W 
70'S  Edwards  Frank 
710  Carrothers  Wm  C 
712  Watson  Wm  R 
714  Godall  Geo  W 
716  Hall  O’Fallon 
718  Scott  Thos 
720  Paterson  Thos  P 
722  Campbell  John  R 
724  Starling  Joseph 
726  Johnstone  James 
728  Urquhart  Alden  J 
730  Johnstone  Arthur 
Wolever  intersects 
750  Potts  Harry 
754  Darkes  James  A 
758  Luke  Alex 
760  Paterson  James  L 
764  Yeardye  John  groc 
7*66  Prentice  Mrs  — 

768  Logan  Alex  W 

770  Stone  Stephen 

772  Anley  Francis  J 

774  Gregory  Mrs  Margaret 

776  Preston  Chester 

778  Jo'hnson  Harry 

780  Davies  Geo  E 

784  Martin  Fred  H 

786  Seaborn  Fred 

816  Roman  Paul 

824  Stanley  Alex  Wm 

826  Burgle  A 

828  Pollock  James 

830  Lutz  Auguste 

832  Ledingham  Wm 

838  Bird  Ernest 

840  Ledsom  Herbert  A 

844  Shepherd  Edw 

854  Oakley  Alex  G 

856  Stanish  John 

S58  Girling  Albt  G 

Livinia  intersects 
862  Gristwood  Phil 
864  Beecher  Arthur  Wm  W 
890  Bouttell  Julian 
894  Smith  John 
900  Stoney  Ernest 
902  Cook  Joseph  H 
904  Dean  Arthur  S 
906  Harback  J  Horace 
910  Potts  Walter 
912  Mace  Robt  C 
922  Harvey  Joseph 
924  New  house 
934  Seavers  Harry 
936  Blackburn  C 
938  Meikle  Wm 
954  Loveday  Geo  D 
956  Baillie  John 
962  Hobson  Joseph 
974  Goodchild  Ernest  W 
976  Brown  Ernest 
978  Hooper  Wm 
980  Dowle  Henry  J 
984  Rivers  Frank  Wm 
Ellice  intersects 


Sargent  intersects 

1150  Brookes  Geo 

1174  Trimming  Bertram  C 

1186  Ross  Alex 

Wellington  intersects 
Notre  Dame  here 


ASHDOWN  ST.,  from  Car- 
ruthers  Ave.  north  to 
McAdam 


ASHLAND  AVE.  (River- 
view),  from  Pembina  St. 
(near  River  Park)  to 
Red  River 

303  Mitchell  L  H 
—  ASHLAND  BLOCK 

(basement)  Cheney 
John  caretkr 

1  Jefferson  Robt  E 

2  Marvin  Thos  E 

3  Macintosh  Alex 

4  Watkins  Wm  Q 

5  Gadd  C  aude  B 

6  Carto  Joseph 

7  Schindel  II 

8  Vacant 

9  IBarnes  Percy  Wm 

10  Quallo  Ivan  H 

11  Nash  Byron 

12  Vacant 
n  s  New  house 
n  s  Vacant 

312  Auger  Wm  F 
316  Vacant 

Hay  intersects 
Casey  intersects 
232  Hyslop  James 

Fisher  intersects 


ASHLEY  ROAD  (Port 
Rouge),  from  River  Drive 
west 


ASSINTBOINE  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  west  to  Os¬ 
borne,  intersecting  at 
Main  St.  Bridge 
NORTH  SIDE 
Main  intersects 
Port  begins 

—  Man  •  Electric  Motor 
Car  Co  Ltd 
Garry  begiins 
267  Vacant 
269  Simpson  T  A 
271  Hepburn  Alex 
273  Simard  Nap 
277  Ross  David 
279  Loveday  Henry 
283  Arnott  Mrs  Janet 
285  McIntosh  Chas  A 
287  Little  Louise 
289  Wilson  Frank 
291  Storey  Helen 
293  McNerney  Mrs  Eliza 
Smith  begins 
311  Vacant 
321  Sokoloff  Millan 
323  O’Connor  Mrs  Dora 
325  Wi’son  H  G 
327  Peel  R  H 
329  Smith  Harold  J 
331  Mattice  W  G 


MUSSENS  LIMITED 

259  STARLET  ST.  Phones  Garry  638-639  House  Sher.  3203 


Donald  intersects 

335  Biss  Chas  H 
341  McKinley  Walter 
351  Shanks  Robt  H 

—  ASSINIBOINE  COURT 

Suite — 

1  Wells  H  J 

2  Drummond-Hoy  H  R 

3  Stewart  Alan  M 

4  Ellis  Chas  A 

5  Rheaume  R  J 

6  Hunt  Henry  M 

7  Barclay  David  H 

8  Watt  Walter  phys 

9  Tate  R 

10  Tolan  Maurice  E 

11  Lenox  R  E 

12  Patterson  F  D 
(basement)  Ross  W  D 

Hargrave  begins 

371  Dancer  'C  H 

373  Jackson  Mrs  Mary 
379  Clearihue  A 
383  Kelly  Thos 

Carlton  begins 

407  Alio  way  Wm  F 
421  Boyd  W  J 

Edmonton  begins 

437  Riley  C  S 
453  Bawlf  Nieh 

Kennedy  begins 
Osborne  here 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Main  intersects 

—  Electric  St  Ry  power 

house 

Fort  begins 

—  Leslie’s  Ltd  whse 

Garry  begins 
282  Thompson  John 
292  Gilmour  — 

300  Leslie  N  G 
306  Alderson  Wm  C 
Smith  begins 
310  Roxburgh  Gerald  S 
322  Boswell  Mrs  Emily 
328  Thompson  W  H 
330  Tod  John 
340  Gautier  F  E 
356  Gordon  J  C 
358  Phillips  Wilford 

372  Bryce  Robt  H 
390  Maw  Joseph 

394  Hamilton  Stewart 
400  Walker  Geo  W 

408  Nicholson  Edw 
412  Sandison  H 

4  22  Fowler  F  O 
426  Alloway  C  V 
432  Philips  David 

438  Gilmour  C  R 

Osborne  here 


ASSINIBOINE  AVE.  (Arm¬ 
strong’s  Point),  from  I 
Cornish  at  Maryland 
Bridge,  runs  in  Crescent 
back  of  Cornish 
—  Winnipeg  City  (old) 
Waterworks 
—  Lee  Henry 
1115  Jackson  Geo  W 
1113  Vacant 
1105  Blair-  McCrea 
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1063  Brook  John  D 
1060  Wood  Mrs  Geo  D 
1059  Chapman  Arthur  W 
1041  Corbett  S  C 
1027  Chambre  Col  H  W  A 
1023  Smith  Sidney  T 
—  Harvey  Wm 
1019  Horn  David 
1018  Monk  J  B 
1013  Blair  Wm  W 
—  Crowe  Geo  R 
—  Tupper  Chas  S 
—  Tupper  J  Stewart 
1004  Ruttan  Lt  Col  Henry 
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Central  Ave  intersects 

—  Tupper  Wm  J 
991  Hackney  David  McF 
996  Fisher  Wm  M 
Blanchard  intersects 
—  Riley  Robt  T 
964  Schultz  Lady 
908  Bain  Donald  H 
907  Elliott  Geo  A 
893  Stovel  Mrs  Cyrus  R 
886  Vacant 
881  Benard  Amia 
881  Pul  ford  Alfd  H 
889  Parker  Prof  M  A 
759  Hill  Wilson 
—  Ryan  Thos 


ASSINIBOINE  AVE.  (St. 
Charles),  from  Sunny- 
side  west  to  Oakdean 
Boulevard 


ASSINIBOINE  AVE.  (St. 
James),  from  Sutherland 
St.  west 

—  Verner  Thos  H 

—  Knapton  Joseph 

—  Lamontagne  John 

—  Richardson  Richd 

—  Taylor  Wm  A 

—  Tees  Margaret  G  (wid 

James) 

Parkview  St  begins 

n  s  Hill  Fred  B 
s  s  McCauley  Geo 
s  s  Reynolds  Geo  Z 
s  s  Bolton  Wm 
s  s  Binney  C'has 
s  s  Houston  Mrs  Bella 
s  s  Metcalfe  Thos  H 
s  s  Coop  Sami 


ASSINIBOINE  DRIVE  (St. 
Charles),  from  Nebrawa 
Ave.  west 

n  s  Williams  — 


ASSINIBOINE  DRIVE 
(Tuxedo  Park),  from  C. 
N.  R.  bridge  runs  west  to 
Assiniboine  Park 
Godfrey  ends 
—  Assiniboine  Park 
e  s  Simpson  Chas  M 
Fifth  intersects 


ASSINIBOINE  PARK 
(new),  on  Assiniboine 
River  west  of  Agricul¬ 
tural  College 


ASTOR  ST.  (Rosser),  runs 
from  North  Ave.  north 


ATHOLE  AVENUE  (St. 
John’s),  runs  from  Red 
River  to  City  limits. 

NORTH  SIDE 
River  here 

1  Trueman  Harry 
3  McRae  Roderick 
5  Curl  Wm  R 
7  Roberts  Wm 
11  Martin  Wm  H 
15  Hirtle  James  A 
17  Hartley  Geo 

Scotia  intersects 
37  Morrison  Donald 
39  Scrimgeour  Harold 
41  Vacant 
43  Vacant 
45  Motz  Alex 
47  Rishten  E 
49  Strood  Percy 
51  Kay  Leo 

53  Wadsworth  David  Alex 
55  Merrett  James  T 
57  Farley  John 
59  Abel  Mrs  Isabel 
61  Wind  Alex 
65  Jackson  Bruce  B 
67  Barr  Alex 
69  Snyder  Wm  H 
71  Scott  Harry 
73  Innes  Walter 
75  Schofield  Alb 
77  Horne  A  Van 
79  Stephens  Chas  Wm 
81  Sinclair  Geo  D 
St.  Cross  intersects 
95  Lauzon  James  B 
109  McNeil  Henry  N 
111  Horne  Wm 
115  Barrowclough  Jos 
121  Merrett  Jos 
123  Bruton  Martin  J 
125  Sherring  Benj  J 
127  Stafford  Wm  J 
131  Appleyard  Wm 
133  Chudleigh  Alb 
135  Scott  Leroy  R 
139  Dwinnell  Lewis  H 
141  Ferguson  Peter 
143  Stalker  John  A 
145  Cockman  Sydney 
147  Vaughan  Wilbur  L 
14  9  Buchanan  Ernest  N 
153  Vacant 
157  Bailey  Alb  S 
163  Arthur  Thos 
165  McDonald  Duncan 
169  St  John’s  Garage 
181  Smythe  Geo 

Main  intersects 
367  Draho  John 
369  Farr  Wm 
371  Lorette  Anton 
373  Salfred  Harry 
375  Robinson  Harry- 
377  Malus  John 
379  Shawsky  Walter 
383  Bird  Stanley 
387  Kilburn  John  W 
389  Stedyk  Michael 
391  Gosk  Michael 
393  Mikulezky  Wm 

Powers  intersects 


SOUTH  SIDE 
Scotia  intersects 

38  McNeill  John 
42  McLellan  Fred  H 
44  Gillen  Chas  F 
46  Boulton  Alb 
48  Cober  — 

50  Condie  James  S 
56  Hartz  Ernest 
58  Lloyd  Geo 
60  Bonnett  Robt 
68  Scott  W  Ernest 
78  Bolingbroke  Wm 
St.  Cross  intersects 
116  Jex  Wm  R 
118  Douglas  Robt 
120  Naftel  Harold 
124  Peterson  Alb 
126  Miller  Herman  E 
128  Jacob  Gideon  O 
130  McKeown  John 
136  Matt-hams  Roland 
138  Griffiths  Geo  E 
140  McLean  Harry  W 
142  Collins  Frank 
144  Clendenan  Mrs  C 
150  Aikman  James 
158  Pomfret  Henry 
172  Cole  — 

176  Dickson  John 
178  Bald  David  D 
180  Shellard  Arthur 
182  Summerton  Wm 
184  Howard  James  G 
190  Syme  Geo 

Main  intersects 


ATLANTIC  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  west  to  Mc- 
Fhillips.  Now  includes 
Crawford  Avenue. 

NORTH  SIDE 
Scotia  here 

13  Schacter  Benj 
15  Ridge  G  F 
17  Maw  Geo 
19  Cameron  John 
21  Dollard  Harrison  W 
27  Antenbring  E  M 
29  New  house 
—  Mathew  Frank  A 
31  Forbes  Fred 
33  Mason  John 
37  Youhill  Sami  J 
39  Lightly  Robt  S 
St.  Cross  intersects 
77  Aitken  John  A 
79  Hemenway  Frank  B 
83  Randal  Phil 
87  Day  Walter 
91  West  Stephen  C 
95  McKenzie  Peter 
97  Smith  Wm  Jr 
99  Sadd  Thos  A 
103  Maxell  Janet  (wid  Wal- 

105  Grindley  Benj 
107  Dobbin  Sami 
109  Green  Arno 
111  Marr  Lewis  C 
113  Miles  Alb  A 
115  New  house 
119  Crook  Alf 
121  Dack  David  D 
123  McLaughlin  James 
131  Dorn  Phil 
137  Ramsay  Alf  J 
141  Cole  Thos  Wm 


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145  Si'mkin  John 
147  McLachlan  Hugh 
153  Eccles  John  L 
155  Savage  Wm 
157  Devine  Regd  P 
161  Kirby  Wm 
163  Lion  Fernand 
165  Miller  James  H 
175  Carver  T  P  &  Sons  sta¬ 
bles 

177  Burton  Percy  W 
181  Dickson  Rev  Robt  J 
183  Baohmann  Eugen 
Main  intersects 
213  Brown  James  R 
215  Stanley  Geo 
217  Jacques  Mrs  Agnes 
219  Anderson  James 
Charles  intersects 
225  Wilson  David  W  grocer 
227  Fyfe  Robt 
229  Partridge  John  W 
231  Kingscott  John 
233  Parker  Geo  H 
235  Deneen  Howard  E 
237  Normandin  Emile 
241  Shiells  Wm  G 
243  Macintyre  John  A 
247  McLean  Alex  M 
251  Beggs  Warren 
265  Hickp  Melvin  T 
267  Ross  Roderick  F 
271  Samson  Edw  T 
273  Terwyn  Peter 
275  Lorimer  James 

Aikins  intersects 
285  Ingram  Alb  grocer 
287  Fuller  Ernest 
293  Richardson  John 
295  Stewart  Hamilton 
297  Campbell  David 
299  Keyes  Geo  E 
301  Bartlett  Geo 
303  Fuller  Howard  L 
305  Lewtas  Wm 
311  Maxwell  Rev  John 
315  Seymour  Herbert  H 
319  Field  Edw 
321  Jeffrey  Wm  S 
325  Riddolls  Alf  M 
327  Latham  Joseph  A 
335  Proudfoot  Thos 
337  Beckwith  James  S 
345  Beech  John  R 
347  Ingram  Alb 
349  Ellis  John  W 
351  Harrison  Mourice  J 
353  Young  Regd  C 
355  Woolley  Phil  S 
359  Rudolf  Louis 
361  Johnson  Fred  J 
,363  Busch  Mrs  — 

365  Matheson  D  McRae 
367  Templeman  Frank 
369  Brown  James 
373  Ritchie  Alex 
375  Leon  Nathan 
401  Hoi  burn  John 
403  Rice  Garfield 
407  Williams  Mrs  Edna 
Powers  intersects 
433  Johnston  Wm 
475  Smith  Walter 
477  Cartridge  Chas 
479  Muller  J 
481  Watters  Alex 
483  Nemedy  Julius 
485  Mclnnes  Donald 
487  Browne  Thos  W 
489  Salazan  Peter 


491  West  Geo 
493  Johnstone  Thos  D 
501  Scambler  Riohd 
503  Phillips  Riohd 
507  Ford  Fred 
509  Ayles  Elizabeth  M  (wid 
Wm) 

511  Page  Adam  B 
513  Pledger  Oswald 
515  Dewar  Dundas  S 
517  Bourassa  Joseph  E 
519  Simm  John 

McGregor  intersects 
537  Atlantic  Grocery 
539  Hexley  Thos  P 
541  Paton  John 
543  Hill  Geo  A 
545  Rogers  Geo 
553  Curran  Frances  A 
555  Aston  Sami 
559  Lander  Joseph 
.561  Hull  Stanley 
563  Birt  Herb 
565  Tattersage  Thos 
567  Moore  Thos  E 
569  Allan  Francis  R 
571  Gilmour  Fred 
583  Stansfield  James 
585  Young  Wm 
587  Wilson  Frank 
589  McMillan  Hugh 
595  McEwan  Peter 
599  O’Sullivan  Joseph 
603  Edge  Walter 
609  Tyrrell  Ernest 
611  Thomson  Geo  A 
621  Cliff  Percy 
623  Mclvor  James 
625  Gibson  James 
627  New  house 
629  New  house 
631  New  house 
633  Lynes  Hanna 
635  New  house 
661  Wyatt  Archd  J 
663  Vacant 

665  Wenick  Jake  grocer 

Parr  intersects 
709  Booth  Geo 
713  Leah  Francis  W 
715  Hile  Thos 
743  Saunders  Wm 
745  Brook  John 
765  Walker  Geo 
C  P  R  Tracks  intersect 
Sinclair  intersects 
Arlies  intersects 
McPhillips  here 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Main  intersects 

182  Day  Chas  H 
216  Mills  Alex 
220  Irvin  James  D 
222  Bustine  John 

Charles  intersects 
230  Cann  (Maurice  D 
232  Maber  Mrs  Araminta 
234  Barrett  Wm  E 
236  Tait  James  E 
240  Walsh  Gerald 
244  Foster  Arthur  W 
248  Hunter  Herb 
250  Nunn  Fred  W 
252  Nightingale  John 
254  Woodruff  Chas  L 
258  Vacant 
274  Owen  Robt 
276  Landin  Chas  J 


Aikins  intersects 

294  Sinclair  Ernest 
298  Gray  Arthur  B 
302  Moore  John  H 
304  Guthrie  Robt 
306  Kellough  R  Wesley 
308  Owen  F  B 
310  Davies  Joseph 
312  Speed  Richd 
314  Cormack  Robt 
316  Hamilton  Robt  S 
320  Ericson  Eric 
322  Legg  Arthur 
326  Kilburn  Herbert 
332  Gray  Harriett  A  (wid 
R  T) 

334  Jones  Wm 
336  Govier  Wm  H 
338  Withell  Richd  N 
342  Murray  Francis  A 
346  Stannard  Gilbert 
348  Brown  Geo  A 
352  Martin  Wm  J 
356  Sweeney  J  Francis 
360  Steele  Chas 
362  Lvons  John  R 
364  Miller  Sydney 
366  Piggott  Stephen 
370  Bishop  John 
874  Vacant 
376  Fidoe  Alf 
398  Eades  Joe 
400  Goldstone  Nate 
402  Richardson  John 
404  Jack  John 
408  Gunnison  Geo  H 
Powers  intersects 
420  Miller  Fred  W 
424  Stiver  John  J 
426  Jenkins  Sarah  (wid 
Thos) 

430  Samson  Walter  V 
434  Campbell  Robt  K 
436  Long  Ernest  A 
438  Humphreys  James 
440  Rajotte  Harry 
446  Whitelaw  James 
448  Lamb  Alb 
450  Bowman  Fairfield 
456  Clouston  Anne  (wid 
John) 

458  Dykes  Mrs  Sadie 
460  Adderley  Harry  B 
462  Milne  James 
464  Smith  Walter 
496  Rosen  Wm 
498  Woods  Lionel 
502  Forsyth  Andrew 
504  Caldwell  John 
506  Booth  Thos 
508  Staniland  Edw 
510  House  James  B 
512  Avery  Francis  H 
514  Cornes  Peter 

McGregor  intersects 
540  Connor  William 
542  Bishop  Chas  E 
546  McBean  Francis  J 
548  Sconoby  Mary 
554  Main  James 
556  Stevens  Herb 
576  Tustain  Ernest 
578  Jardin  Antony 
584  Walton  Chas 
586  Liddell  Thos 
588  Flynn  Thos 
590  Brierley  Herb 
602  Baldwin  Wm 
604  Mills  Henry 


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_ will  be  published  early  in  1914 _ 


Phone 
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Established 

1894 


Eighteenth  Year  of  Success  Full  Particulars  on  Application 

Dr.  D.  R.  Williams,  Exam.  Physician  J.  W.  Williams,  Manager 

226  VAUGHAN,  SOUTH  OF  PORTAGE 


42^  Atlantic 


606  Crocker  Wm  H 
620  Fender  John  R 
624  Wilson  John 
648  Shearer  Wm 
650  Miller  Wm 
652  Chesters  F  H 
654  Clark  James 
656  Weber  Gustav 
658  Macaulay  G 

Parr  intersects 
692  Zelmer  Edw 
694  Loster  John 
7 0>6  Wilkinson  Wm 
C  P  R  Track  intersects 
Sinclair  intersects 
790  Johnson  John  E 
796  Goddard  Chas 

Arlies  intersects 
1024  Hardacker  Chas  F 
Me  Phillips  here 


HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG 


Austin 


AUBERT  ST.  (St.  Boni¬ 
face),  from  630  Tache  to 
C.  N.  B.  Station. 

NORTH  SIDE 

29  Vacant 

35-37  Meunier  Hermene 
41  Vacant 
53  Richard  Edw  J 
57  Short  Harry 
CNR  track  intersects 
St  Joseph  Intersects 
—  CNR  Station 
SOUTH  SIDE 
80  MacDonald  Nap 
82  Tetrault  Chas 
84  Vacant 
86  Pion  Arthur 
88  Tardif  Thos 
90  Gaudry  A  Louis 
92  Pelletier  Arthur 
96  Cheramy  Henry 


AUBREY,  from  980  Por¬ 
tage  Ave.  south  to  As- 
siniboine  River 

EAST  SIDE 

151  MacDonald  Mrs  Jane 
173  Russell  Henry  S 
175  Tozeland  J  Herbert 
177  Vacant 
179  Jones  Paul  S 
197  McLeod  Henry  W 
199  Asselstine  Alex  M 
201  Caskie  Donald 
205  Kirkpatrick  Joseph 
209  Thompson  Amos  W 
211  Occupied 
213  Gibson  Mrs  A 
215  Westill  Chas 
219  Paulin  A  W 
221  Yuille  James  S 
223  Fairey  Geo 
225  Egleston  Annie  (wid 
Edgar) 

229  Franklin  James  C 
231  Haldison  Haldor 
233  Greenfield  Mrs  Martha 
Westminster  here 
249  Roed  Christian 
251  Hawkins  Albt 
253  Harry ett  Jas  P 
255  Legge  John 
259  Merrill  Arthur 
263  Hewer  Mrs  Jessie 
265  Appelbe  Mrs  Charlotte 


271  Lurie  M 

273  Ayiwin  Harold 

275  Vacant 

277  Fox  Verner  D 

279  De  Lamater  Van  Ness 

295  Thompson  Joseph  W 

297  Kiefer  F  N 

299  Benson  John 

301  Bell  James 

303  McLean  Mrs  Ella 

305  Bode  Henry  M 

307  Guy  F  Edgar 

309  Knapp  M  S  (wid  Wm) 

311  Walker  James  E 

.313  Sutherland  Llewellyn 

315  Partridge  Sami  H 

317  Shirlaw  Ninian  T 

319  Riley  Geo 

321  Taster  Archie  J 

323  Ratcliff  e  John  W 

325  Baker  Arch  E 

327  Milley  Martin 

WEST  SIDE 

Robertson  John 
Isaac  Wm  F 
Bragg  Sami  E 
Durnell  John  A 
Allingham  Percy 
Skinner  Sami 
Mitchell  Peter 
Horton  Chas 
Richards  Walter  J 
Rauch  Jas 
Bevan  Arthur  H 
Garvin  Arthur  C 
Kehoe  John  H 
Evans  Herbert 
McKenzie  James  F 
Stanley  Jas 
Occupied 
'Chalmers  John 
Riley  Sami 
Cosby  Capt  F  Lome 
Bartlett  A  W 
Swain  Mrs  Eva 
Metcalf  Herbert  J 
Kitchen  Mrs  Emmeline 
Hodgson  Peter  E 
Smith  Mrs  Mary 
McFettridge  Alex  C 
Williams  A  N 
Jennings  Edw 
Thornstad  Gustan  C 
Soeller  Geo 

McFerran  Isabella  (wid 
Robt) 

Williams  Mrs  Cecilia 
M  E 

Albert  Karl  K 
Wa'insley  A 
Hilton  W  J 
Riley  Joseph 
Tennent  Wm 
Miller  Geo 


152 
154 
166 
172 
174 
190 
192 
194 
196 
198 
202 
218 
220 
222 
224 
226 
228 
230 
232 
246 
24  S 
270 
272 
274 
276 
278 
280 
282 
284 
280 
286 
288 

290 

292 
314 
316 
318 
3  20 
232 


AUGUSTUS  ST.  (Park- 
view),  from  Park  Avenue 
south. 


AULNEAU  (St.  Boniface), 
from  Victoria  north  to 
Provencher. 

Even  numbers  east  side 

14  Vacant 

15  Laurin  &  Co  real  est 

16  Colas  Cyril 


17  Van  Megrot  Jg,eob 

18  Boulanger  Louis 

19  Haddick  Thos 

20  Riviere  Theophile 

21  Van  Megrot  Chas 

22  Vacant 

22  %  Klyne  Alex 
24  Charon  Adelard 
24  (rear)  Tremblay  Phil¬ 
lip 

26  Vacant 
28  Roussin  Louis 
64  Dumouseau  Maurice 
60  Occupied 
68  Lambert  Ulric 
70  Champagne  Adrian 
72  Decloux  Victor 
76  Beaulieu  Louis 
Hamel  intersects 
88  Gagne  Liguori  grocer 
90  Gagne  &  Blanc  meat 
mkt 

96  Desautels  Alex 
100  Roux  Lubger 
104  Schwartz  Chas  L 
108  Vacant 

110  Gagne  LegoUri  grocer 
112  Bacuez  J  C 
114  Gay  Peter 
114%  Gay  Auguste 
116  Betourney  Geo  Alb 
116  Auger  Mrs  Alice 
118  Gilmour  James 
118%  Vacant 
122  Bernard  Rodrigue 
124  Pambrum  Oliva  (wid 
Edw) 

126  Paquin  Adelard 
Cathedral  intersects 

173  Missionary  Oblate  Sis¬ 
ters  of  the  Sacred 
Heart  and  Mary  Im¬ 
maculate 

185  Goyn  Geo  barber 
198  Children’s  Aid  Society 
of  St  Adelard 
198  Bertrand-Hebert  Co  rl 
est 

198  'Bertrand  Theo  barr 


AUSTIN,  north  from  158 
Henry  to  Point  Douglas 
Avenue. 

EAST  SIDE 

37  Kulshki  Powell 
39  Shmilovicz  Bernard 
41  Benner  Wm  H 

43  Reinchook  John 
47  Serebin  Metri 

Higgins  intersects 
C  P  R  Station  and  Tracks 
intersect 

WEST  SIDE 

36  Black  Moses 
42%  Romantook  Mrs  Don¬ 
nie 

44  Sleeping  &  Dining  Car 

Dept  C  P  R 
46  Occupied 

48-56  Canadian  Transfer 
Ltd 

Higgins  intersects 
C  P  R  Station  and  Tracks 
intersect 


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I  Austin  CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914  Ba’dur  427 

AUSTIN  NORTH,  from 
Point  Douglas  Avenue  to 
Pritchard  Avenue. 

PAST  SIDS 


Sutherland  intersects 

131  Downey  — 

153  Fred  Joseph 

157  Collerman  S 
159  Villeneuve  P 

163  Donnelly  Joseph 
Jarvis  intersects 
—  'Church  of  Immaculate 
Conception 

191  Cherrier  Rev  Alphonse 
A 

195-205  Immaculate  Con¬ 
ception  School 
211  Judith  Sister  Mary 
217  Cardinal  Chas  F  groc 
Euclid  intersects 
221  Newman  Thos  W 
223-225  Occupied 
227  Lowry  Wm 
229  Roberts  Edw 
231  Miller  Fred  John 
233  Gowler  Mrs  Mary 
235  Zeiler  Joseph 
237  Berg  Bert 
239  Justen  Mendal 
241  Parry  E 
243  Schmidt  Mrs  Annie 
Lome  here 
249  Raffolsky  Alex 
263  Muscovitch  Mrs  J 
253  (upstairs)  Mathews 
Frank 

255  Kostyniuk  Nick 
259  Hualko  Lauko 
261  Gibson  John 
265  Levy  James 
263  Tougher  James 
267  Dooley  Danl 
269  Nicoll  Hugh 
273  Diner  Arthur 
273  Diner  Phil 
277  Joselevich  J 
279  O’Neil  J  W 

Lisgar  here 
289  Saltman  T 
291  Kuehnert  Mrs  Minnie 
293  Royal  Kazik 
293 */2  Frost  Edw 
295  Maczynski  John 
297  Zavacki  Thos 
299  Pluta  Michael 
301  Koza  S  W 
303  Israelovitch  Isaac 
Selkirk  intersects 
315  Ramsey  John 
319  Amiot  Geo 
331  Christiansen  Harrow 
Attachment  Co 

WEST  SIDE 

122  Sanderson  James 
124  Richardson  Wm  G 
130  Girls’  Home  of  Wel¬ 
come 

Sutherland  intersects 

134  Ingo  S  B  A 

136  Stapledon  Mrs  Sarah 

138  Kinnear  Robt 

138V2  Blagdon  Alf 

140  Jeffery  Thos 

148  Main  James 

150  McBride  W  James 

154  Marquis  Onesime 
156  Wright  Cyril 

158  Fieldman  Neilse 


160  Weintraub  Herman 
162  Saltzman  Joseph 
164  Siegler  (Morris 

Jarvis  intersects 
166  MacDonald  James 
168  Picard  Arthur 
170  Bryson  Wm 
176  Hennessy  James 
178  Vacant 
180  Markinski  John 
184  Mills  Thos 
186  Viger  Mrs  Chas 
188  Morrisett  — 

188  Desjardin  Chas 
198  Horan  Mrs  Ellen 
200  Martin  Augustus 
202  Beliveau  Joseph  E 
204  Walker  Mrs  Annie 
206  Kavanagh  Mrs  Marga- 

208  Picard  Joseph 
212  Gingras  Edw 
214  Picard  Alphonse 
216  Lalonde  Peter  S 
218  Prefontaine  Arch 
Euclid  intersects 
Lome  ends 
224  Rooney  E 
240  Dzesker  Geo 
24  2  Fogel  Bros 
248  Riehl  Geo 
250  Stenson  Wm 
252  Tracey  Wm  R 
254  Jobin  Peter 
256  Mullen  Alex 
282  Oliver  Mrs  Sarah 
284  Lamb  Peter  R 
288  Wolfe  Sami 
290  Hoffman  Moses 
292  Mindell  L 
292  Waddington  Mrs  Rose 
308  Fly  Mike 


AVARD  ST.,  from  Portage 
Avenue  north  to  C.  P.  R. 
Track. 

Golden  Gate  Park  (St. 
James) 

e  s  Vacant 
w  s  Jacobson  Armann 


AVON  AVE.  (Kildonan), 
from  Main  east  to  Red 
River. 


AVONDALE  (Subdivision 
St.  John’s),  east  of  Main 
and  between  Athole  Ave. 
and  Poison  Ave. 


AYLMER  ST.  (St.  James), 
from  Saskatchewan  north 
to  Notre  Dame  Avenue. 


AYLTON  ST.,  from  Geyser 
Avenue  north. 


AYNSLEY  (Port  Rouge), 
from  Grosvenor  south  to 
Pembina  Road 
Odd  numbers  west  side 
Dorchester  intersects 
—  HEALANI  COURT 

1  Long  W  H  A 

2  Ross  A  Murray 

5  Clark  D  J 

6  Rooke  H  S 

9  Clark  Prof  F  W 
10  McGowan  Robt  M 


—  Whyte  Frank  H 

MacMillan  intersects 

—  ANVERS  APART¬ 

MENTS 

1  Vacant 

2  Vacant 

3  Vacant 

4  Johnston  Martha  J 

5  Vacant 

6  Vacant 

7  Engleberts  Henry 

8  Schweizer  Wm  H 

11  Broder  M  Gordon 

12  Vacant 

13  Vacant 

14  Lamont  A  W 

15  King  Albt  H 

16  Jamieson  Wm  K 

17  Hungerford  S  J 

18  Armstrong  L  C 

21  Watson  Geo  A 

22  Vacant 

23  Vacant 

24  Carver  E  D 

25  Barker  Mirs  Robe 

26  Lee  Henry  St 

George 

27  Alley  Brenton  P 

28  Cutler  Hugh  D 

—  Huskisson  H  jani¬ 
tor 

Corydon  intersects 

—  FENSALA  APART¬ 

MENTS 

1  Gilmer  John  janitor 

2  Purslow  Wm  H 

3  Holmes  Guy  S 

4  Wallace  James  H  A 

5  Prosser  Oscar  D 

6  McNair  Rev  Thos 

7  McClean  Hamilton 
.8  Fergus  Douglas  J 

9  Matheson  Mrs  Jen¬ 

nie 

10  Neil  Ernest 

11  Molison  Geo 

12  Boutillier  J  R 

14  Logan  Wm  J 

15  Ellis  F  G 

16  Lennox  Geo 

17  Matheson  Godfrey  C 

18  Taylor  John  R 

19  Simpson  John 

20  Nash  Wm  H 

21  Bater  G  T 

22  North  Geo  A 
Jessie  intersects 

289  Kloepfer  Frank 
291  Taylor  Wm  E 
293  Wilkins  Carl  R 
295  Woolacott  Bernard 
Rosser  intersects 
Mulvey  intersects 
Fleet  intersects 
Garwood  intersects 
Dudley  intersects 
Lorette  intersects 
Scotland  intersects 
Weatherdon  intersects 
Pembina  Road  here 


BALDUR  AVENUE  (Noble 
Park),  from  Keewatin  St. 
west  to  Homer  St. 


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BALDWIN  ST.,  from  Win¬ 
nipeg1  Ave.  (Kildonan), 
north. 


BALFOUR  AVE.  (River- 
view),  from  Pembina  St. 
(near  River  Park),  eavt 
to  Red  River. 

343  Walker  Rev  J  Irvine 
339  Shelburn  Fr&jk  B 
336  Moyer  W  A 
335  New  house 
332  New  house 
331  New  house 
301  Wagiier  Carl  H 
300  Fleming  John 
271  Madden  John  F  S 
Bay  intersects 
269  Vacant 
266  New  house 
262  Hawkins  Wm 
262  Grant  John  A 
n  s  New  house 

Casey  intersects 


BALL  ST.,  now  called  Rad¬ 
ford. 


BALMORAL,  from  563 
Broadway  to  499  Notre 
Dame 

EAST  SIDE 

183  Thompson  Geo  B 
185.  Courtney  Alex  P 
187  Brandt  Mrs  Annie 
193  Lidster  Mrs  Isabella 
199'Lamonte  James 
201.  Edwards  John  M 
205  Williams  J  A 
209  Marshall  Walter 
211  Emma  Leonard  M 
213  McClung  Rev  James  A 
217  Jones  Edwin  K 
221  Faulkner  Frank  W 
225  Horton  Ida 
227  Richardson  Wm  M 
229  Oliver  Frank 
231  Van  Blaricom  Mrs 
Georgie  A 
235  Scott  David  J 
239  McLean  John  S 
241  Bristow  A 
247  Jackson  Emeline 
249  Moncrieff  John  J 
253  Trescott  Mrs  Laura 
257  Rennick  Thos  H 
261  Davidson  James  M 
265  O’Donohue  John 
269  Farquhar  John 
271  Williams  E  H 

275  KINGSLEY  COURT 

Suite — 

1  McLean  Annie  H 

10  Bates  S  G 

11  Mark  Gordon  M 

12  Griffiths  G  W 

20  Wheeldon  Joseph 

21  Boyce  Mrs  Monro 

22  Lorimer  Douglas 

30  Thompson  H  G 

31  Bowles  Frances  L 

32  Score  J  D 


277  IVANHOE  COURT 

Suite — 

A  McIntyre  P  A  C 
B  Dablquise  Simon  J 
C  Occupied 
D  Thiele  Silverster  C 
E  Vacant 
F  Mannheimer  R 
G  Sabin  Arthur 
H  Parsons  Chas 
J  Wilband  Earle 
K  Greef  A  caretkr 
281  Tate  Matilda 
285  Waters  John 
287  McCreath  Geo  C 
291  Taylor  Edgar  W 
293  Scott  Mrs  Christina 
297  Scanlan  Wm  B 
299  Sim  Mrs  Bella 
301  Service  Herbert  F 
301  Clark  Chas  D 
301  Richardson  Chas  R 
307  Smyth  Sami 
311  Thomson  John  R  phys 
315  Wood  John  T 

Portage  Ave  intersects 
367  Dowell  Wm 
375  Consolidated  Glass  Co 
377  Allingham  Zilpah 
381  ASHFORD  BLOCK 
Suite — 

A  Watters  Thos  Allen 
B  Plews  Percy 
C  Emery  Frank 
D  McDonald  E 
E  Buchanan  Wm  W 
F  Wilson  Thos  C 
G  Young  Lome  S 
H  Prenter  Thos  E 

I  Govssen  Frank  W 
J  Stewart  Albt 

K  Ashford  Fred 
M  Zink  Albt  E 
N  Pirt  Ail'd  E 
O  McAlonan  N 
389  Jackson  Thos 
391  Morgan  Thos 
395  Hamilton  James 
397  Morrow  Mrs  Janet 
401  Birt  Mrs  Ellen 
403  McNeil  Malcolm 
—  WELLAND  COURT 
Suite — 

A  Davidson  — 

1  Davies  D  J 

2  Bielschowsky  K 

3  Hart  W  C 

4  Bowen  Ernest  N 

5  Hamilton  Rev  D  S 

6  Semple  Maud 

7  Livingston  H  W 

8  Turner  H 

9  Warner  G  L 

9  Sheinbein  — 

10  Levi  Lazarus  H 

II  Bosse  Wm 

12  McRae  Robt  F 
14  Burginnett  J 

14  Burger  Wm 

15  Jackson  John 

16  Smith  J  J 

17  Gallant  Dolly 

17  Simpson  Mary 

18  Mitchell  Chas  D 

19  Watson  Mrs  Helen 

20  Billiard  L 

21  Hewer  Leonard 


Ellice  intersects 
461-463  JOHAN  BLOCP 

1  Leatherdale  Chas  H 

2  Braden  J  H 

3  MacBean  Wm  H 

4  McKittrick  H  A 

5  McBean  W  A 

6  Vodrey  F  C 
467  Lennox  James  E 
473  W  C  T  U  bdghse 

Qu’Appelle  ends 
505  Walsh  Jennie 
509  Weeks  Rev  E 
513  Jackson  John  J 
515  Vacant 
517  Underhill  G 
525  Findlay  Wm 
527  Rumer  P  G 
531  Boyd  Louisa  (wij 
Herbt  J) 

539  More  Geo  B 

Sargent  intersects 
553  Busby  A  S 
557  Bray  Mrs  Clara 
561  Lineham  James  H 
565  Anderson  Geo  H 
567  Groom  Mrs  J 
569  McDonald  Margaret 
569  Bain  Kate 
571  Ferguson  Daniel  J 
573  McDonald  R  R 
575  McIntyre-  Neil 
579  Hess  Otto  T 
581  Burch  Frank 
583  Johnston  Mark 
585  Davies  Owen  &  Son 
587  Trimble  Noble 
589  Woodward  Daniel 
601  Dewar  Mrs  Kate 
603  Huckerby  Frank 
611  Young  a 
613  Biller  Robt  P 
615  Bowers  John 
617  Low  Lee  laundry 
619  West  Alfd 
623  Jones  G 

Notre  Dame  here 

WEST  SIDE 

180  McKerchar  Daniel  W 

184  Brun  Jeanne  Madam 

190  Fay  Nora  (wid  John) 

194  Bruce  James  K 

196  Garrett  Geo 

200  Saunderson  Hugfa  H 

206  Mills  David  K 

208  Tait  John 

210  MacKenzie  Alex 

212  Root  Norman  H 

218  Kerr  Frank 

222  McGuire  Edgar  D 

226  Akhurst  H 

228  Mil’er  Jabez 

230  Sinclair  Albt  E 

234  Wheatland  Cornl 

238  Willis  Wellington 

240  Hickie  Mrs  Martha  A 

244  Black  Geo 

250  McDiarmid  James 

254  Tatham  Mrs  Marion 

256  Oakes  Wm 

260  Buckham  A  G 

262  Gordon  John  A 

264  O’Meara  Michael 

266  Kraseman  V 

270  Sim  Peter  M 

272  Norton  H 


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276-278  Whalley  Mrs  Fran- 
cis 

280  Bergman  Hjalmar  A 
284  Bauslaugh  Thos 
286  Gordon  Mrs  Jane 
290  Sampson  Joseph 
294  Newell  Ed 
296  Pearson  G  G 
300  Hunter  Wm 
302  Lyndall  Byron 

Portage  Ave  intersect* 

—  Wesley  Rink 

Ellice  intersects 
432  Humphries  Fred  U 
434  Anderson  Joseph 
436  Walker  Wm 
438  Rogers  John  J 
440  Pullock  Archie 
440  Stewart  John 
442  Lyon  G  R 
444  Saunders  Mary  (wid 
Joseph) 

456  MacCullough  Mrs  Anna 
458  Robinson  Francis  W 
460  Jones  Edgar 
462  Drever  John 
468  Hill  Wilson 
470-472  BRAEMER  COURT 
AND  ANNEX 
A  Mcpherson  C  E 
A  McPherson  C  E 
B  Argue  J  W 
C  "Wright  Dr  W  W 
D  Bradford  Mrs  M  J 
E  Gray  Thos  janitor 
F  McIntosh  A  D 
G  MacKenzie  Elizabeth 
J 

,  H  Nolder  Regd 
I  Dunn  Ohas 
J  Stroyan  W  W 
K  Le  Page  Fanny 
L  Harvey  Geo 
M  Bo ts ford  W  N 
N  Kitchen  Wm 
478  Le  Page  W  Morley 
480  Kane  John  F 
4:82  Vert  John 
488  Quiggin  Ida  wid  Geo 
492  McLeod  Mrs  W  V 
500  Lane  Geo 
506  Gibson  James 
510  Nixon  Edw  B 
514  Thomas  Mrs  Emma 
516  Gatehouse  Harry 
520  Miller  Robt 
524  Nix  Garry  T 
530  Hefrington  Geo 
540  BALMORAL  COURT 
Suite — 

1  McDonald  Benj 

2  McIntyre  Mrs  Jen¬ 

nie 

3  Smart  J  W 

4  Harpley  Geo 

5  Krolik  Max 

6  Irwin  A  H 

7  Johnson  Robt  care¬ 

taker 

(‘See  also  474  Sargent) 
Sargent  intersects 

550  Bu'ettner  Robt  W 
554  McDonnell  Jolhn 
556  Ross  Peter  H 
562  'Fry  H  J 
564  Graham  Arthur 
566  Olive  Kenneth 


568  Slasor  Mrs  Isabel 
570  Campbell  J  >F 
574  Chatterson  Chas 
576  Blank  Carl 
580  Lawrence  Emma 
584  Bishop  iBranson 
586  Hobkirk  Arch  A 
590  Irons  James 
594  Maclean  Mrs  Margaret 
598  Tessler  Nayton 
600  Vacant 
606  Vacant 
608  Payne  D  H 
610  D.rinkwater  W  H 
612  Gertrey  Bootlh  P 
614  Doyle  Thos 
616  Atkins  Frank  J 
618  Leyden  Geo  P 
620  Blanchard  Mrs  Celia 
622  Campbell  Mrs  Donald 
624  Hill  Rose 
626  Miller  Geo 
628  Greenman  Thos 
630  Proudfooit  John  M 
Notre  Dame  here 


BALMORAL  PLACE,  from 
Spence  Street  to  563 
Broadway 

EAST  SIDE 

—  RIVER  VIEW  MAN¬ 
SIONS 

Suite — 

1  Long  Geo  C 

2  Willcox  Wm  J 

3  Brodie  Thos 

4  Johnson  Carl 

5  McCarthy  L 

6  Porter  James 

7  Parkinson  R  A 
8-  Nowers  Philip 

21  McDougall  Capt  Her¬ 
bert 

2>2  Allan  James  H 

23  Hamblin  Wm  H 

24  Burns  T  A 

25  iRitchie  Ray 

26  McDougall  Frank 

27  Bright  H  A 

28  Butler  Chas  H 

31  Baird  J  W  Adams 

32  Hargrave  Fred  W 
23  Lyons  M  A 

3^  Richardson  Dr  Edw 

35  Matheson  Wm  G 

36  Stinson  Wm  J 

37  Nash  Llewellyn 

38  Leadlay  Edw 

39  McFeat  Robt 

9  ALHAMBRA  APART¬ 
MENTS 

1  ‘Flanagan  Mrs  J  M  L 

2  Guy  Geo  L 

3  Ostrander  E  J 
3  Phippen  J  L 

3  Fee  E  F 

4  McLaughlin  D  C 
'5  Li  n  ail  H  L 

6  Merritt  John  T 

6  Merritt  Chas  I 

7  Wollatt  Randal 

8  Playfair  Ohas  W 

9  Morrison  Kenneth  A 

10  Ada  Wm  E 

11  Begin  Madame  J  V 

12  Dawson  Thos  C 


14  Hearn  Arthur  E 

15  Gortell  Dr  James 

16  Sutherland  Alex  H 

17  Vacant 

18  Vacant 

19  Bickle  Robt  S 

20  Lunny  Frank 

21  Eiha-rsson  S 

22  Halldorson  Justin 

23  Simons  Wm  H 

24  Vacant 

15  iSpence  Rcbina  IE 
45  .Schmidt  Andrew 
47  Hamilton  Fred  C 
49  Gifford  iRobt 

51  Milner  Wm  A 
59  Metcalfe  Th  o  s 
65  Cram  Geo 
75  Taaffe  Ernest  H 

79  Richardson  — 

83  Faulkner  Mark 
87  Boyd  Ernest  H 

91  Weidman  Mordecai 
97  Horn  Elisha  S 

107  Hebb  E  H 

113  Watson  Wm  R 

Broadway  here 

WEST  SIDE 

2  Smith  Mrs  Elizabeth 
M 

6  McPherson  Alex 
8  Anderson  Dr  D  A 
12  Orde  Walter  L 

16  Davis  Wm  A 
20  Hull  Wm  F 
22  Orispo  F  W  S 
24  Ulrich  Paul 

26  Robertson  Angus 
30  Coleman  Tlhos  F 
42  Philpott  Henry  E 
74  Neilson  James  L 

80  Andrews  Thornton 
82  Robson  Judge  H 
8.6  Van  Vliet  Thos  A 

92  Bromley  Edwin 

9:8  Bathgate  Mrs  M  A 
104  Chevrier  Eudor 
106  Chevrier  Mrs  Agnes 

114  Smith  'Frank 

Broadway  here 


BANGOR  AVE.  (Notre 
Dame  Addition),  from 
Empress  St.  west  to  St. 
James  St. 


BANNATYNE  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  west  to  city 
limits,  intersecting  at 
441  Main 

NORTH  SIDE 
91  Harstone  Bros  yard 
No  1 

CNR  tracks  here 

111  Cox  F  J  C  &  Co 
warehouse 

115  Nicholson  &  Bain  mfrs 
agts 

117-1.19  Merrick  Anderson 
Co  whol  hardware 

123  Warren  Refining  Co 

123  Ferguson  Bros  whse- 
men 

123  Cairns  T  H  &  Co 

123  National  Sales  Co 


The  Directory:  Common  Intermediary 

Between  BUYER  and  SELLER 


Henderson’s  Alberta  Gazetteer 

_ will  be  published  early  in  1914 _ 


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Garry  3710-1-2-34  Dly^LrOUr  Garry  3710-1-2-3-4 

Transfer  and  Storage,  Ltd.  r  341  Bannatyne  Avenue 

Storage,  Transfer  Trucks.  Drays,  Express,  Safe,  Piano  and  Furniture  Moving 

Imalgarmted  Oct.  1. 1913  -^anad’an  Transfer  Ltd.,  Llghtfoot  Transfer  Company,  Smith-Oar  Transfer  Company,  City  Dray  Company 


430  Bannatyne 


HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG 


Bannatyne 


131  Marshall-Wells  iron 
wareihse 

137  Brack  J  D  &  Co  comn 
brokers 

141  Bright  &  Johnston 
Block 

137  Moffat  Stov’e  Co  Ltd 
137  Tomlinson  J  J  Co 
141  Bright-Emery  Co  wihol 
fruits 

141  Clegho-rn  James  G  T 
mfrs  agt 

141  Mantle  Lamp  Co  of 
America 

141  Maycock  &  Toms 
141  (Bright  A  &  Co  wihol 
crockery 

141  Kendrick  Arch  &  Sons 
(Canada)  Ltd 
141  Eley  Bros  (Canada) 
Ltd 

141  Johnston  K  J  broker 
147  Canadian  Asphalt  Co 
Ltd 

14  7  Canadian  Port  Huron 
Co  Ltd 

147  Dominion  Transfer  Co 
Ltd 

151  Rogers  Fruit  Co  Ltd 

Xtorie  intersects 

157  Ashdown  J  H  Hdwe 
Co  Ltd 

179  Holiday  Sheppard  Ltd 
gen  mere  hts 

179  Lightcap  Oliver  F  mfrs 
agt 

179  Lock  W  Lloyd  &  Co 
brokers 

179  Robertson  H  A  &  Co 
brokers 

179  Fry  J  S  &  Sons  Ltd 
17!)  West  Disinfecting  Co 
Iitd 

17  9  Ashdown  A  L  storage 
agt 

179  Twin  City  Separator 
Co 

179  Farmers  Supply  Co 
Ltd 

181-183  KELLY  BLOCK 
First  Floor 

Kilgour  Bros  paper 
mfrs 

Second  Floor 

Occupied 
Third  Floor 
Escott  W  H  Co  Ltd 
McLeod,  Nolan  &  Co 
wihol  cigars 
Fourth  Floor 
Wingol'd  Stove  Co 
Ltd  warehse 
Fifth  Floor 
Wine-old  Stove  Co 
Ltd 

Sixth  Floor 

McClary  Mfg  Co 
warehse 

187  McClary  Mfg  Co  wihol 
'hardware 

Main  intersects 

209  Ashdown  J  H  Hard¬ 
ware  Co  Ltd  retail 
offices 

Ashdown  J  H  Hard¬ 
ware  Co  Ltd  (side 
entrance) 


211  ASHDOWN  BLOCK 
Fourth  Floor 

401  Vacant 

404  Bloom  Bros  post 
card  mfrs 

406  Hurst  Eng  &  Con¬ 
struction  Co 

406  Henderson  &  Sny¬ 

der  contrs 

407  LePage  Lbr  Co 

408  Dennis  H  J 
409-10  Newman  Wm 

Co  Ltd 

411  Manufacturing 
Agency  Co 

411,  412,  413,  414,  Ash¬ 
down’s  Storerms 
415  Canadian  Porrno- 
tion  Co 

416,  417,  418  Ashdown’s 
Storerooms 

419  Beatty  Oil  &  De¬ 

velopment  Co 
Ltd 

420  Vacant 

421  Storerooms 
Fifth  Floor 

504  Voligny  L  R 
504  Dom  Public  Wks 
505-6  Dunn  T  R  Lbr 
Co 

507  Occupied 
508,  509,  510  Ashdown’s 
Storeroom 

511  London  Printing 

Lithographing  Co 
512,  513  Ashdown’s 
Storerooms 
515-16  Valentine  & 
Sons 

United  Pub  Co  Ltd 

517- 19  Blanchard  C 

Stationery  Co 

518- 20  Scribners  Chas 

Sons  pubs 

521-2  U  S  Frintograp'h 
Co 

Sixth  Floor 

601  Hanscomb  S  T  •& 
Co  customs  two- 

604  Finch  D  E  mfrs 
agt 

604  Merchants  Buying 
Assn 

606  Cockshott  iB  C  &  W 
A  real  est 

605-15  Canadian  Credit 
Mens  Trust 
Assn  Ltd 

613  Federal  Agencies 

614  Hards  oft  Co 

617  Dale  Arch  care- 

618-19  Laclair  Chas  F 
pub  agt 

619  Kelley  Chas  H  pub 

619  Harper  &  Bros  pub 

620  Munplhy  — 

620  Winnipeg  Adver¬ 

tising  Co 

622  Bloom  iBros  (sam¬ 
ple  room) 

Albert  intersects 
King  intersects 

621  Collier  P  F  &  Son 

pub 


283  TRAVELLERS  BUILD¬ 
ING- 

Basement 

Turner’s  Turkish 
Baths 

First  Floor 
Second  Floor 

201-20‘2  Monarch  Life 
AsS'C6  Co 

201-202  Royal  Canadian 
Securities  Co  Ltd 
203-205  Western  Can¬ 
ada  Fire  Under¬ 
writers  Assn 
Third  Floor 
300-301  Brewers, 

Liquor  Dlrs  & 
Cigar  Mfirs  Assn 
of  Manitoba 
300-301  Licensed  Ho¬ 
telkeepers’  AsSn 
of  Manitoba 
302  MacLean  Hugh  C 
Co  Ltd  publish¬ 
ers 

302  MacLean  Daily  Re¬ 
ports 

302  Bradstreet  Co 
302a  Remington  Arms- 
Union  Metallic 
Cartridge  Co 
305  Kettle  River  Co 
paving  blocks 

305  Canadian  Wood 

Preserving  Co 
30*5  Fielding  &  Shepley 
Inc 

306  Dennison  Mfg  Co 
Fourth  Floor 

400  Crane  Arthur  J 
401-402  North  West 

Com  Trav  Assn 
of  Can 

401-402  Manitoba  Bldg 
Society 

401-402  United  Com¬ 
mercial  Travel¬ 
lers  of  America 

403  Cox  iF  J  C  &  Co 

mfrs  agts 

404  Moulden  Harry  F 

&  Son  comn  bro- 

405  McTaggart  J  A  & 

Co 

405  Walsih  &  Charles 
mfrs  agts 

405  Keir  J  G  mfrs 
agts 

405  T-ri  Provincial 

Electrical  Sup¬ 
ply  Co 

405  Suttie  J  Malcolm 

mfrs  agt 

406  Great  West  Lbr  Co 
406  Dutton-Wall  Lbr 

Co 

299  Sanford  W  E  Mfg  Co 
clothing 
Fifth  Floor 
North  West  Travel¬ 
lers  Club 

Princess  intersects 

317  Piper  Arthur  F  bdg 
hse 

Adelaide  intersects 

323  King  (Frank 
325  Van  Caster  Louis 


R.  B.  Ormiston 


445 


FLORIST 

CUT  FLOWERS,  ARTIS¬ 
TIC  FLORAL  DESIGNS 
LANDSCAPE  GARDEN  DECORATING  A  SPECIALTY 

River  Avenue  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  744 


lohn  Plaxton  Company,  Ltd. 


»hone  Main 
717 


Plumbing  &  Heating  Contractors  m 


244 
ain  St. 


Bannatyne 


CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914 


Bannatyne  431 


333-341  New  Dominion 
Stables 
841  Big  Four  Transfer  & 
Storage  Ltd 
Charlotte  intersect! 

359  Sturgeon  Henry 
Dagrmar  intersects 
Ellen  intersects 
Gertie  intersects 
445  Frankfurter  G 
447  Vacant 
447  Davidson  — 

455  Clarke  Sidney  >L 
457  MacDonald  Danl  J 
459  Crosibie  Augustus 
Harriet  intersects 
469  Stone  Henry 
477  Ovicih  Abram 
479  Gay  Francis  W 
483  Wilkinson  Mrs  Mary 
Isabel  Intersects 
501  Shelford  Alfd  lA 
503  Beazley  Gabrial  G 
505  Gardiner  A  C 
507  iWilkie  A  L 
611  London  Printing  & 
Lithographing  Co  Ltd 
513  Major  Jessie 
517  Riley  Mrs  Ella 
519  Greenaway  John  W 
521  McDonald  Arch 
523  Wiglhtman  Kate 
|  525  Neil  James 

Jnno  Intersects 
[531  Green  Patk 
1 5  35  Sharman  Wm 
1537  Womersley  Henry 

539  PABXDALE  COURT 

Suite 

1  McKnight  Joseph  R 

2  Redmond  Geo  K 

3  Duncan  Wm 

543  BANNATYNE  APART¬ 
MENTS 

Suite — 

1  Lemon  A-lex 

2  Rogers  Lambert 

3  Macdonell  Mrs 

Elizabeth 

4  Bletcher  (H  E 

5  Olson  Peter  N 

6  Breakey  Geo 

7  Cruse  Frank  H 

8  McNair  Mrs  P 

9  Stevenson  Ada 
10  Grimsey  Maurice 

545  SHIPMAN  COURT 

Suite — 

1  Hill  Wm 

2  Reddic  James 

3  Harris  C  N 

4  Betts  A  R 

5  Vernon  Wm  H 

6  Churchill  Leonard 

7  Richmond  Wm 

8  Lemieux  Joseph  A 

9  Claydon  Robt  C 

10  Campbell  Duncan 

M 

11  Hooper  Melvin  L 

12  McClennan  Donald 

13  Moffatt  Norman  F 

14  Richardson  Howard 

N 

—  Breakly  Geo 


Kate  intersects 

—  Collegiate  Institute 

Lydia  intersects 
597  Vopni  John  J 
599  Cardon  Gustuv 
605  McKay  Henry 
607  Tank  Rev  L  F 
609  Murray  John  C 
6,13  Wortman  Harris 
615  Stephensen  Olaf  phys 
Margaretta  intersects 
62i9  Lockhart  Geo 
633  Sheeres  Mary  A 
635  Berthiame  Joseph  E 
637  Rimmington  Walter  J 
641  Weston  Mrs  Dora 
645  Czerwinski  Ohas  F 
649  Billington  Wm  J 
651  Anderson  Sigfus 
Sherbrook  intersects 
667  Turner  Mrs  Mary 
669  Haid  Morris  W 
673  iMelsted  Sigurd  W 
675  Dennard  John  I 
Olivia  intersects 
Emily  intersects 
7-61  .Goodman  Gisli 
767  Jetman  John 
771  Kuhn  Carl 
773  Miller  James 
775  Alexander  Dr  A  B 
779  Wpg  'Fevter  Hospital 
781  Nurse’s  Home 
783  Hagborg  Borje 

—  Arena  Rink 
Monkman  intersects 

847  Ironside  Elisha 

851  Cummings  Duncan 

853  Henson  Geo 

855  Mills  Mrs  Edith 

8'5  7  Har'e  John  B 

859  Mason  Thos 

863  Fleming  James  M 

865  Emerson  Mrs  Harriet 

867  Croyston  Edmund  W 

869  Chafe  James 

871  Eger  ton  Wm 

873  La  Plante  Jos  P 

875  Dunlop  Alex 

Arlington  intersects 
1431  Tolstad  Martin 
1433  Vacant 
1435  Vacant 

1437  Willcocks  John  H  L 
McPhillips  intersects 
1461  V  acant 
1463  Vacant 
1465  Vacant 
1467  G.loag  Robt 
14i69  Allan  James 

Campion  intersects 
1485  Burrows  Henry 
East  intersects 
1495  Kenzik  Joseph 
1497  Stewart  Ro-bt  H 
150'5  Brain  W  Benj 
1509  lEdwards  Ernest 
1511  Walley  Cecil  S 
1 5JL 7  Campbell  Geo 

Notre  Dame  intersects 
Keewatin  intersects 
1803  Qhatterley  Wesley 
1805  Doughty  Geo 
1807  Horsfall  Wm 
1917  Dow  ton  John 

C  P  R  tracks  intersect 
Flint  intersects 


SOUTH  SIDE 

—  CNR  yard  office 

Rorie  intersects 
168  Franklin  Press  Ltd 
192  Canadian  Jewelry  & 
Importing  Co  Ltd 
194  Molson  Bank  Bldg 
Main  intersects 

204  DUFFIN  BLOCK 
First  Floor 

Steele  &  Co  Ltd 
photographers 
Benson  J  L  Jr  den¬ 
tist 

Connell  &  Co  store 
room 

Second  Floor 

Duffin  &  Co  photos 
finishing  dept 
Steele  &  Co  store 
rooms 

208  Duffin  &  Co  photo 
supplies 

212-214  Dominion  Express 
Co 

216  Donoglh  W  R  &  Co 

218  BULMAN  BLOCK 

Room — 

1-6  Saskatchewan  Co- 
Operative  Elev  Co 
Ltd 

2  Moffatt  &  Taylor 

3  Vacant 

4  Vacant 

5  Le  Couteur  -Henri  C 

r'eal  est 

218  Northern  Assurance  Co 
Ltd  of  London  Eng 
218  Drummond  &  Nash  Ltd 
ins  agts 

218  Patterson  &  Waugh  ins 
adjusters 

220  Hambly-Semmens  Co 
Ltd  office  furn 
222  Soo  Line 

224  Adams  D  E  Coal  Co  Ltd 
Albert  intersects 
Arthur  intersects 
240  Gaults  Ltd  w-hol  dry 
goods  (side  entrance) 
King  intersects 
286  RYAN  COMMERCIAL 
BUILDING 
103  National  Brand 
Gar  men  ts 
Greenshie-lds  Ltd 
whol  dry  goods 
302  McGowan  Lynn  Co 
mfns  agts 

302  Spence  Thos  J 

mfrs  agt 

303  Fraser  R  D  mfrs 

agt 

304  Watson  W  R  Co 

Ltd  coll  agcy 

305  Leslie-Judge  Co 

pub 

401  McDougall  A  &  Co 
whol  woolen 
goods 

401  McEacihern  M  A 
real  est 

405  iBernet  Bros 
Princess  intersects 

—  Campbell  Bros  &  Wil¬ 

son  whol  grocers 


Cathcart  &  Co. 


§ 


507  McIntyre  Block 


Financial  and 
Mortgage  Brokers 

Phone  Main  1367 


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THE  CLASSIFIED  SECTION  WILL  ASSIST  YOU 


432  Bannatyne  HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG  Bannermaa  i 


Adelaide  intersects 

332  Henderson  Mfg  Co 
332  Richardson  Systems 
Ltd 

332  Craig  C  C  Co  rnfrs 

332  Richardson  Bros  fac¬ 
tory 

332  Fit- All  Mfg  Co 
332  Leadlay  Ltd 
33/8  Harris  Thos 
342  Hofley  Parnell  J 
356  Buirr  Miss  Helen 
Charlotte  intersects 
Dagfmar  intersects 
372  Jim  Lee  laundry 
378  Howett  Montague 
378  McKee  Hiram 
380  McDonald  A  ware¬ 
house 

386  Cheadle  Thos  H 
390  Othelo  Candy  Wks 
Ellen  intersects 
400  Queen  Mrs  Mary 
402  Tait  Wm  J 
404  Lawson  Wm 
408  Craig  Robt 
410  Rees  Mrs  Annie 

41- 2  Huber^tak  Lena 

Francis  ends 

422  Thomas  Mrs  Eliza¬ 
beth 

42- 6  Roche  Richd 
430  Osborne  Fred 

432  Wilson  John  W  T 
436  Donnell  John 
438  Robertson  Chas 

Gertie  intersects 
442  Peters  Fredk  H 

4  44  Sherman  G  C 
448  Field  Mrs  Lizzie 
454  McGiverin  Thos 
456  Hogeboom  F  C 
458  Taylor  Thos  W 

Harriet  intersects 
4-68  Welsh  Wm 
472  Ridge  -Chas 
476  Pollard  Eli  A 
480  Hop  Sam  ldry 
482  St  George’,s  Church 
Isabel  intersects 
500  Cranston  Mrs  Mary 
502  Frankfurter  Edgar 
504  Green  Ransom 
512  Myer  Jacob  H 
516  Vacant 

518  MacKinnon  Mrs  John 
522  MoGhie  Mrs  S 
526  McCullagh  Rev  G  F 
Juno  intersects 
532  Warwick  Mary 
536  Oakes  Alex 
540  Henderson  Wm 

5  42  Cole  Arthur 

546  Sutton  Arthur  H 
550  Adam  Geo 
552  Speed  Winnifred 
556  Borm  Julius 

Hate  intersects 
570  Briggs  W  A 
572  McGavin  R  D 
576  Rath-bone  ’Edw 
564  Levingston  Margaret 
5>66  Coleman  Elmer 
5  68  Wills  Sami 
580  Gauthier  Wilfred 
582  Stirling  Geo 
586  Desautels  Louis 


Lydia  intersects 

606  Cockshott  B  C 

—  Sacred  Heart  Church 
614  Sacred  Heart  Convent 
616  Rho  Vigon 

618  Chouinard  Mrs  Jose¬ 
phine 

620  Wpg  Adv  Co 

Margaretta  intersects 

628  Sala  Paul 
632  Quinn  W  H 
636  MciBride  John 
63*8  Fleming  Gilm 
642  Kobold  Victor  C 
644  Carson  Frank  S 
648  McIntyre  Arch 
652  Hammerton  Herbert  P 
Sherbrook  intersects 
668  Milton’s  Bakery 

Oliv-a  intersects 

—  Winnipeg  Gen  Hospi¬ 

tal 

Emily  intersects 

—  -Manitoba  Medical  Col¬ 

lege 

—  Keys  Thos 
782  \Beggs  Wm  J 

784  Campbell  Thos  G 
788  Percival  James 
792  Staples  F-red 
796  Gumming  James  D 
800  Ireland  -Geo 
804  Ward  Wm  T 
808  Albrant.  James  A 
810  Hassamerk  E 
812  McKinnon  Neil 
814  'R&mpel  Aug 
81-6  Wright  Wm 
81,8  German  Lloyd  O 
844  LeDuc  F-red  A 
846  MCNicholl  Wm  G 
848  Harris  H 
850  Moore  F  W 
852  Cooper  Wm  J 
854  New  house 

Monkman  intersects 
876  Matihieson  Alex 
878  Newton  Christopher  H 
Arlington  intersects 
CPU  tracks  intersect 
Flint  intersects 
1418  -Brock  Alb  E 
1420  Sanderson  Fred 
1438  Worthington  Geo 
1440  Haddock  Frank 
1444  Griffith  Arthu-r 
1446  Maunder  Hubert  T 
1448  Flemons  Fred  J 
1450  Scott  lA'lf 
1452  Jack  Chas  E 
1460  (Findley  John 
1462  Gumming  Leonard 
1464  Sudall  Richd  E 
1480  Paget  Fred 

Campion  intersects 
1482  Holly  Wm 
1484  Cunliffe  Walter 
East  intersects 
Notre  Dame  intersects 
Keewatin  intersects 
1822  Cam  Fred  J 

CNR  tracks  intersect 
1836  Hanson  Hans 
1896  Barrett  Danl 
1898  Wilson  Thos 
1902  Smith  Peter 
1904  -Salt  Alb 
1906  Dowle  John 


190‘8  Wiseman  Stanley 
1910  Scoging  John 
1922  Clarke  Adam  D 

Rosser  here 


BANNATYNE  AVE.  (west 
of  old  limits),  now  called 
William  Ave. 


BANNERMAN  AVE.,  from 

Red  River  west  to  City 

Limits. 

NORTH  SIDE 
Scotia  intersects 

9  Campbell  Donald  F 
11  Beatty  F  J 
13  Rolfe  Chas  A 
17  Butterworth  Thos 
19  Byrne  James  V 
21  Hryniewiecki  Count 
Felix  N 

23  Duttpn  Geo  H 
25  Cornish  Clifford 
27  Hamlin  Robt  H 
31  Donkin  Robt 
35  Van  Hallen  Geo  St 
John 

37  Randal  Stewart- 
39  Vacant 
41  Mellors  John  P 
43  Anderson  Adam 
45  Horsman  Frank 
47  Rutherford  Thos 
St.  Cross  here 
75  Struthefs  Edmund  A 
77  New  house 
107  Quinn  James 
109  Argue  Thos  E 
111  McDonnell  Wm  C 
113  McFarlane  A  G  Mel¬ 
ville 

115  Gorecki  Bronislaw  B 
117  Bradshaw  Allott  F 
121  Ward  Leo 
123  Johnson  Wm  H 
125  Warner  A  E  M 
127  Swindell  Arthur  C 
Emslie  intersects 
137  New  house 
139  Van  Koughnet  Art  lr 
P 

141  Wakefield  John  A 
143  Rice  John  W 
145  Argue  M  Willis 
147  White  Archd  E 
173  Fox  Harold  E 
179  Lawrence  Mrs  John 
181  Macaulay  Wm  Y  groc 
Main  intersects 
237  McPherson  Alex  R 
267  Kress  Henry  G 
269  Kelso  Archd  J 
271  Anderson  Wm  W 
275  Danielson  Mrs  Fred 
283  Medland  John  E 
285  Pile  John  W 
287  Caldwell  Thos 
289  Hindmarsh  Dyson 
291  Lee  Wesley 
293  Pook  Fred  J 
295  Davey  Peter  H 

Aikins  intersects 
313  Redpath  Mrs  John 
315  Miculecky  J 
317  Grant  John  G  phys 
319  Andrews  Dew 
321  Ellis  Alfred 
323  Fraser  Andrew 
325  Mortimer  Mrs  Flora 


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327  Boyd  Wellington  J 
329  Hamilton  Robt  G 
331  Oxenham  Isaac 
333  Howard  Robt  C 
335  Britnell  Victor  J 
337  Bastable  Denis 
353  Fletcher  James 
357  Vacant 
361  Montague  Alb 
363  Badams  Henry 
365  Mills  Fredk 
369  Poulton  Geo 
371  Dagostino  Ralph 
387  Kendall  Wm  L 
391  Bain  John 
393  James  Robt 
395  Procter  Harry  L 
397  McCann  David  R 
399  Reimer  Bernard  W 
401  Johnson  Chas  W 
403  Duthie  Robt 
405  McDonald  Duncan 
Powers  intersects 
407  Newell  Arthur  C 
409  Vacant 

423  Wainwright  John 
437  Wyatt  John 
1439  You  hill  James  A 
441  McKay  Douglas 
445  Roper  Harry 
447  Vacant 
|455  Brian  L 
4  57  Brian  Levi 
461  Bray  Robt 
465  Dunn  Fred 
475  Bostrom  Ole 
479  Butterworth  Wm 
497  Bradey  Harry 
499  Young  James 
501  Vacant 
503  Owers  Geo 
505  Johnston  Joseph  V 
507  Ferguson  Wm 
509  Jacobs  Edw 
511  Milner  Wm 
513  Kirk  Harry  L 
515  Dingwall  Arthur 
523  Barrett  Alb 
525  Miller  Fred  A 
533  Johnson  Chas  E 
535  iMcGivney  Frank 

(  539  Lyons  John  R  shoemkr 
555  Cleave  David 

McGregor  intersects 
557  Ward  Wm 
563  Johnson  Louis  A 
567  Winters  Frank 
571  Barker  Wallace  F 
$  573  Morris  Chas 
575  Kennedy  Thos 
575  Parker  &  Kennedy 

painters 

'§■  577  Morris  Wm 
L  581  Eades  Wm 
£  583  Holmes  Geo 
•  585  St  Chrysostom  Mission 

(Anglican) 

593  Ruff  Paul 
595  Garrod  Fred  J 
645  Mullan  James 
647  Irving  'Bella  (wid 

James) 

649  Egan  Dermot 
651  Steinburerer  Rudolf 
658  Hanna  Thos 
655  Vacant 
657  Vacant 

659  Sharp  Mary  (wid  Wm) 
661  Elston  Regd  H 


Parr  Intersects 
Arlington  intersects 
C  P  B  Tracks  intersect 
Sinclair  intersects 

801  Godineir  David  A 

Arlies  intersects 

935  Brunwin  Robt  J 
1021  Plimmer  Walter 

McPhillips  here 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Scotia  intersects 

28  New  house 
32  Clark  Wm  E 
40  Dunn  Geo  Chas 
4*2  Ferk  Vincent 
44  Price  Geo  G 
46  Lundy  John  A 
48  Shepherd  Fred  W 
56  Cheshire  Wm  B 
St.  Cross  here 
70  Banner.man  Arch  J 
100  Harris  Wm  L 
102  Jones  Rev  John  P 
104  Goodfellow  Selina  C 
(wid  R  K) 

106  Longmire  Geo 
108  Fawley  Fred 
110  Fuller  Wm  F 
112  Ward  John  C 
114  Goodday  Claude 
118  Wilcox  Arthur  W 
120  Hudson  John  A 
Emslie  intersects 
136  Gillespie  Robt  A 
138  Solley  Thos  R 
140  Williamson  Wm 
142  Calder  Harry 
14  8  Nelson  Wm  J 
152  Brostead  August 
160  Vacant 
162  Lutton  Sami 
166  Narracott  Arthur  K 
168  Waugh  H 

Main  intersects 
260  Freeman  Leslie 
262  Penrose  Ross 
264  Wilson  Wm 
266  Northmore  Wm  H 
268  Henzell  Arthur 
270  Kress  Henry  G 
272  Atkinson  Marmion  S 
274  Wakeman  Alf 
280  Cook  Arthur  H 
282  Steele  John 

Aikins  intersects 
—  Seventh  Day  Adventist 
Church 

306  Morrison  Arch 
326  Nordgren  Axel 
328  Hall  Wm 
330  Ellis  Alf 
332  McKay  Sami  A 
334  Barclay  Lancy 

Salter  intersects 
366  Huntley  Walter 
368  Ballendine  James 
370  Schweitzer  Alb 
372  New  house 
374  McIntosh  Archd 
376  Dowling  Arch  S 
378  Taylor  Wm  B 
380  Baker  Wm  E 
382  Nicholson  Chas  J 
384  Dockar  James 
386  Townsley  Walter  H 
388  Bennett  Arthur 
390  Higgs  Robt 
392  Jones  John 
394  Hocken  Mrs  (wid) 


396  Slagerman  David 
398  Osterhout  Geo  H 
400  Powell  Aline  (wid 
Sami) 

414  Freeman  Harry  groc 
Powers  intersects 

416  Waite  John  grocer 
418  Johnstone  Geo 
422  Longbottom  Geo 
424  Lavender  Henry 
426  Bostrom  Alf 
428  Kemp  Harry 
440  Butler  Henry 
442  'Cranston  Wm 
448  MacGregor  Peter 
464  Clark  Wm  B  S 
466  Drinkwater  Fredk 
470  Cone  Thos 
472  Kirkwood  Wm 
474  Foneigners 
47?  Kippemham  Henry 
480  Anderson  Chris 
482  Bower  Fred 
488  Johnstone  James 
490  Knox  Alb  S 
500  Yestadt  John 
508  Vacant 
510  Vacant 
512  Bristow  Harry 
514  Woolley  David  J 
516  Payne  Arch  J 
518  Mcllveen  Sami 
528  Andrews  Lewis  S 
530  Flabell  Wm 
534  Rowe  Wm  J 
536  Willoughby  John  J 
McGregor  intersects 
560  Johnson  John 
562  McCallum  John  W 
564  Vacant 

568  Blackburn  John  Wm 

570  Husband  James 

572  ’Tilbury  Fred 

574  Prisley  Joseph  D 

574%  Black  James 

576  Mitchell  Francis 

578  Lynn  Geo  F 

578%  Scammell  Arthur  F 

582  Foss  August 

584  Hampson  John 

586  Hall  Wm  M 

588  Lock  Wm  M 

590  Foggitt  David 

592  James  Joseph 

596  Jasques  Wm  H 

614  Bain  John 

6-30  Anderson  John 

Parr  intersects 
722  Wilde  Thos 
724  Spinks  John  H 
726  Wilson  Alex 
728  Vacant 
730  Spinks  John  H 

Arlington  intersects 
C  P  R  Tracks  intersect 
Sinclair  intersects 
826  Young  Robt 

Arlies  intersects 


BANNING,  from  Portage 
Ave.  to  985  Notre  Dame. 

EAST  SIDE 

357  Groves  John  S- 
359  Moore  Henry 
361  Quilliams  Geo  J 
363  Theed  Fredk 
365  Symington  Geo 
367  Miller  Chas 
369  Wallis  J  H 


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371  Hockley  Thos  G 
373  Daley  Jean 
375  Rodgers  John 
377  Sellors  Ernest  W 
393  iMcDonald  Arch  J 
395  Sintzel  L  T 
397  Fan  son  Percy  L 
399  Mann  James  Y 
4  01  Raike  Francis 
403  Macdonald  James  L 
405  Smee  Chas  E 
407  Moir  Win 
409  Hargraves  Thos 
413  Fraser  David  W 
Einarson  Ave  intersects 
421  Burrell  Joseph  E 
423  Phillips  Alf 
425  Ainarsson  Engmon 
427  Adams  Arthur 
431  Klein  Bernard 
433  Morton  Win  Halliday 
435  Simmins  Alb  R 
439  McGowan  James 
441  Barlow  Harry 
44  3  McCaig  Arch 
44  5  Chivers  Sidney 
447  Holden  Wm  J 
4  51  Benny  Wm  W 
4  53  Norman  Donald 
4  55  Dykes  Alb 
457  McCormick  Wm 
459  Roadhouse  H  B 

I.ivinia  intersects 
521  Smith  Richd 
523  Hansel  1  Fred 
525  Skaife  Maurice  E 
527  Bell  John  C 
531  Cunningham  Wm 
535  Cutting  Geo 
537  Otto  Henry 
539  Parker  James 
541  Watt  Alex 
543  Bain  James 
545  Jenkins  Herbert  C  M 
547  Harris  Alvin  E 
54  9  Karr  Thos  R 
551  Turnbull  Wm  N 
553  Whiteford  Wm  T 
555  Frogley  Geo  S 
557  Finch  Hilliard  M 
559  Bnence  Thos  J 
561  Elliott  Harry  phys 
563  Reich  Mrs  Fanny  B 
555  Hindel  Mrs  Deboran 
567  Stewart  — 

569  Landgrave  Wm 
571  Robinson  Harry 
573  Margolius  Geo 
575  Davis  Orin  R 
577  Ramont  Peter 
579  Daly  Harold  W 
581  Hawkins  Percival 
601  Finlay  Mrs  Mary 
603  McBaws  John  W 
605  Jago  Wm  H 
607  Frissell  Ernest  C 
6u9  Schea  Conrad 
611  Gibson  John 

Ellice  intersects 
687  Lyman  V  H 
689  Clint  Morley  M  B 
691  Berlin  Wm 
693  Taylor  Bertram  D 
701  New  house 
709  New  house 
711  New  house 
713  New  house 
737  Thomson  John 
739  Ferguson  Danl  D 
741  Spence  James 


HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG  Banning 


743  Green  Henry 

Sargent  intersects 
Wellington  intersects 

907  Waite  Frank  B 

919  McGregor  Walter 

921  Magnusson  John 

923  Sneddon  Mrs  Margaret 

925  Coleman  Arthur  E 

927  Smith  Wm 

929  Morton  John  E 

931  Johnson  John  S 

933  Diamond  Ernest 

935  Malcolm  John 

340  Dallas  Wm  A 

949  Fraser  David 

951  Daun  John 

953  Saword  Jas 

955  Gilchrist  James 

971  Hoi  Hands  Edw 

973  Gardner  Albt 

Notre  Dame  here 

WEST  SIDE 

372  Kennedy  Wm  N 
374  Wood  Ralph  T 
376  Patterson  Geo 
378  Bagot  Richd 
380  Campbell  Mrs  Mary  A 
382  Yetman  Thos 
384  Anderson  Geo 
386  Staples  Wilbur  E 
388  Fenton  James  R 
390  Roud  Fred  M 
392  Andrew  Mrs  Cather¬ 
ine 

394  Armstrong  — 

396  Bedal  Reonard 
398  Woods  Geo  P 
400  Fenton  Mrs  Annie 
402  Dale  Horace  B 
404  Magee  Thos 
406  Carnaghan  Alf  P 
422  Wilson  Jasper  E 
424  Stewart  Edwin 
426  Kaake  Wm  C 
428  Drummond  Mrs  Eliza 
432  Stroud  Alb  J 
434  Dallas  Robt  J 
440  Johnston  Alex  W 
442  Kent  Arthur  J 
444  Jenkins  Edw  H 
446  Wilson  Henry 
450  Wilson  Singleton 
452  McRean  Neil 
454  Arthur  Harry 
456  Cowan  M  Cameron 
4  58  Fowler  Harry  F 
460  Cumming  J  Ross 
462  Bennett  Reonard  W 
466  Millican  Chas  A 
468  Shortreed  Frank  R 
472  'Blackman  Alfd  J 
474  Mathews  Seymour  J 
476  Gallinger  Edwin  M 
478  Davies  James  E 
482  Miller  James 
486  Faryon  Herbert  S 
488  Hull  Wm  J 
490  Bartlett  Walter 
4  92  Bergstrom  Chas 
494  Cuthbert  John 
496  Aitken  James  R 
498  McWilliams  Geo 
500  Foster  Joseph  E 
Livinia  intersects 
528  Foster  David  H 
530  Gill  Mrs  Mary 
532  Dewar  Walter  A 
534  Petrie  Wm 
536  Turner  Joseph 


538  Vacant 
540  Renshaw  Alb 
542  Vacant 
544  McRean  Geo  W 
548  Shaw  Fredk  J 
550  Bjering  S  O 
570  Robinson  Edgar  C 
572  Vacant 
574  Whitridge  Wm  O 
5.6  Canis  Anthony 
582  Walker  Edgar  S 
586  Olvstad  Helmer 
588  Morris  John 
590  Keith  Clarence  G 
592  Vacant 
594  Paul  Maurice  H 
600  Sinclair  James  G 
602  Collier  Chas  H 
606  Vacant 
608  Madden  Danl  J 
608  Millward  Allan 
610  McReod  Mrs  Christina 
612  Prout  Julian  M 
614  Reid  Archibald 
Ellice  here 

658  Thomson  Josephine 
662  Harrison  Mrs  Harriet 
S 

664  Tomlinson  Thos  H 

666  Chisholm  John 

668  Beasom  James 

670  Walker  Mrs  Celina  E 

672  Ritchie  Robt 

674  Scott  John 

676  McEown  Frank 

678  Baxter  Mrs  Catherine 

680  Gillis  John  S 

682  Barthels  Geo 

690  Rackie  Thos  S 

692  Bergson  Rafnkell 

694  Messom  Sami 

696  Magnouson  Harry 

698  Benjaminson  Skuli 

702  Durward  Wm 

704  New  house 

716  New  house 

718  Wynne  John  E 

722  Robinson  Joseph 

726  Thomson  Geo  H 

736  Pohl  Rewis 

Sargent  intersects 
802  Newhouse  Riesberry 
804  Smith  Alf  E 
806  Middleton  John 
808  Ferguson  Wm  R 
810  MoCrindle  Andw 
812  Cole  Alex  A 
844  Parkin  Joseph 
846  Vacant 

848  Johanneson  Haldor 
850  Rambourne  Owen  P 
852  Hannesson  Christian 
854  Markusson  John 
858  Webb  David  M 
860  Pritchard  Chas  E 
862  New  house 
864  Vacant 
880  Ives  Bruce  B 
882  Stephenson  Harry 
884  Yates  Geo  B 
88\6  Gilbert  Mick 
888  Overeem  Cornl 
890  Occupied 

Wellington  intersects 
908  New  house 
910  New  house 
932  Dickson  ArCh 
934  Barclay  James 
942  Johnson  Gilsa 


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Yarwood  intersects 

950  Meally  Patk 
952  Liittle  Wm  J 
954  Reeve  John 
970  Black  Andw 
972  Critchley  John 
978  Kemp  Win  A 
992  Warren  Ralph  A 

994  Watters  Wm  D 
996  Lueier  Clovis  J 

995  Todd  John 
1000  Morris  Geo  A 
1002  Vacant 

1004  Green  Edgar  G 
1006  Vacant 
1016  Vacant 
1020  Kobold  Alwin 

Notre  Dame  here 


BARBER  (Pt.  Douglas), 
from  Red  River  to  79 
Euclid. 

EAST  SIDE 

49  Marshall  Mrs  Ignace 
51  Martinkowsky  Leon 
61  Mozarowski  Mrs  War- 
wara 

63  Eley  Mrs  Elice 
63  (rear)  Evacik  K 
65  Marachuk  Stephen 
67  Harris  Peter 

71  Coal  Alex 

73  Zarparanuke  Geo 
75  Tancowny  Wasyl 
77  Brooks  Ferdinand 

79  St  George  Syrian  Ca¬ 
tholic  Church 
91  Cattan  Rev  A 
93  Jolen  Archd 
95  Candell  Mrs  Caroline 

97  Schwartz  Solomon 
99  Huzarsky  Adam 

101  Somoge  Paul 
113  Jurko  Tad 

115  Sutherland  Kenneth 

117  Czornij  Geo 
117%  ICruket  Peter 
119  Pollock  Wm 

123  Herosoviski  Max 
123  (rear)  Smidt  Mike 
125  Kochan  Theo 
127  Yanutz  Wm 
129  Matrechuk  Henry 
133  Louple  Nick 
139  Karczma  Stephen 
Edward  intersects 
141  Dagdick  Abraham 
14  3  Dagdick  Abraham  pool- 
room 

143  (upstairs)  Mielniczek 
Jan 

WEST  SIDE 

40  Vacant 

72  Nyczk  Leon 

74  Sydor  John 

98  Szondra  John 

102  Perrin  Kosta 

102  (rear)  Matischook  Mrs 
Anna 

108  Schmith  Mary  (wid 
Sami) 

112  Harrison  Tony 
112  (upstairs)  Kilchouski 
Peter 

116  Dobush  Harry 

118  Friday  Frank 
122  Ingle  John 


124  Stiff  John  S 
126  Smallenberg  John 
132  Rohecs  Alex 
138  Hanan  Ratosh 
138  John  Geo  dry  gds 


BARD  AVENUE  (Tuxedo 
Park),  from  Edgeland 
Boulevard  west  to  Rut- 
ford  Street. 


BARRATT  AVE.,  runs 
from  Clifton  west  to 
Spruce. 


BARRATT  ST.,  runs  from 
Portage  Avenue  north  to 
Notre  Dame  Ave. 


BARRY  AVE.  (St.  James), 
from  Madison  St.  west. 


BARTLET  AVENUE  (Fort 
Rouge),  from  Pembina 
Highway  west  to  Berry 
Street. 


BARTLET  AVE.  (River- 
view),  from  Osborne  St. 
(opposite  street  railway 
sheds)  east  to  Red  River. 

297  Vacant 

Hay  intersects 

317  Fraser  John  D 
321  Justice  John 


BASSWOOD  PLACE,  runs 
from  Portage  Avenue, 
south  to  Wolseley  Ave. 


487 

489 

491 

493 

495 

497 

499 

501 

503 

505 

507 

509 

511 

513 

515 

517 

519 

521 

523 

525 

527 

529 

531 

533 

535 

537 


EAST  SIDE 

Borrowman  Leroy  F 
Clute  Perry  O  E 
Hammond  T  W 
Robson  Robt 
Brimer  Fred  J 
Templeman  Mrs  Eliza¬ 
beth 

Edwards  Robt  A 
Galusha  Seymour 
Kennedy  Wm  W 
McLean  Robt 
De  Wolfe  James  A 
Storr  Wm  W 
Morrison  Henry  G 
Rice  John  M 
Beatty  Thos 
McOuat  Walter 
Ewing  Sami 
Lorimer  Isabella  (wid 
Henry) 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Emery  Mrs  M 
Watt  Wm  A 
Teeter  James  R 
Lander  Harvey  J 
McLeod  John 


WEST  SIDE 

484  Halliday  Frank 
486  Chorley  Fred 
488  Fitzgerald  Howard  J 
494  Lawrie  Norman  J 
496  Stewart  John  L 
498  Nicol  Wm  A 
500  Clarke  Harry  E 
502  Morris  Frank  H 
504  Cather  Lavens  W 


506  Low'  Wm  T 
50S  Lloyd  Mrs  Eliza  J 
510  Greer  Norman  P 
512  Nicholson  Sami  A 
514  McLeod  A  Harris 
516  Fowler  Mrs  Mitchie 
518  Gilmour  Jo’hn  K 
520  Keough  Wm  R 
524  South  Nelson  E 
526  Baird  John  H 
528  Meckling  Henry 
530  Dowling  Chas  W 
532  Evans  Fred 
534  Poole  Wm  C 
636  Steinhoff  J  R 
538  Rennie  Wm  H 


BATH  AVE.  (St.  James), 
(now  called  Wolseley 
Ave.) 


BATTERY  ST.,  from  Sel¬ 
kirk  Ave.  north  to  Aber¬ 
deen  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 

177  Cappani  Joseph 
179  Oheranivich  Joseph 

WEST  SIDE 

154  Wasko  John 

156  Smith  Alex 

158  Poulter  John  D 

160  Myles  Chas 

236  Slupski  Philip 

238  New  house  (vacant) 

242  Moschan  Alex 
244  Mill  Bert 
250  Shichett  Jacob 


BEACH  AVE.  (Elmwood), 
from  Foster  to  Panet  Rd. 

714  Laffin  Adam 
718  Itix  Ernest  E 
729  Gillis  Barney 
735  Baker  James  H 
745  Martin  James 

Cameron  here 
765  Eames  James  A 
773  farmery  Geo 

Grove  begins 
850  Knox  Thos 
1000  Griffin  Geo 


BEACON,  from  853  Alexan¬ 
der  to  Henry 

EAST  SIDE 

251  Bie  John 

255  Clemis  Wesley 

259  Muiholland  Joseph 
261  Roy  James 

263  McGrath  Edw 

Logan  intersects 
Henry  intersects 
C  F  R  tracks  here  | 
WEST  SIDE 
248  McLean  Robt 

252  Loader  Agnes 
254  Roman  Henry 

256  Clark  Leonard 
258  Bull  Sami 

260  Burgess  James 

264  Fetz  Gottlieb 

Logan  intersects 
290  Harrison  Geo 
294  Thompson  Wm 


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Scrap  Rubber 
Scrap  Copper 
Zinc,  Babbit 
Brass,  Lead 
Aluminum, 
Cast  and 
Wrought  Iron 
Pipes, 

Wool  and 
Cotton  Rags, 
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Berry 


298  Dahlin  John 
300  Pierce  Arthur 
306  Drillis  Wm  H 
310  Cameron  Andw 
312  Hutchinson  Geo  A 
Henry  intersects 
C  P  It  tracks  here 


BEACONSFIELD,  from  108 
Lisgar  to  68  Lusted. 

Odd  numbers  north  side 

—  Vacant 

17  Skaleter  Arthur 

18  Perkins  L  J 

23  Polish  Training-  School 
27  Vacant 


BEACONSFIELD 
AVE.  (St.  James),  from 
Trenton  St.  west  to  Ap¬ 
ple  St.) 


BEATRICE  (Elm¬ 
wood),  runs  from  Elm¬ 
wood  Cemetery  north  to 
Martin  Ave.,  second  east 
of  Redwood  Bridge. 


BEAUFORT  AVE.  (Tuxedo 
Park)  from  Kildare  west. 


BEAUMONT  ST.  (Fort 
Rouge),  from  Cambridge 
St.  south  to  Roseberry 
Ave. 


BECKER  ST.  (Caparano 
Place),  from  Notre  Dame 
Ave.  to  Lincoln  Ave. 


BEDFORD  AVE.  E.  (Tux¬ 
edo  Park),  from  Edge- 
land  west  to  Park  Row 
E. 


BEDFORD  AVE.  W.  (Tux¬ 
edo  Park),  from  Park 
Row  W,  west  to  Rutford 
St. 


BEECHER  AVE.  (Kildon- 
an),  from  C.  P.  R.  Tracks 
west. 


BELIVEAU  AVE.  (St.  Vi¬ 
tal),  runs  from  St. 
Mary’s  Road  east. 


BELL  AVE.  (Ft.  Rouge), 
from  Main  at  Norwood 
Bridge  to  115  Clarke. 

NORTH  SIDE 

101  McDonald  Alex 
103  McMillan  Geo  A 
115  English  John 
117  Webb  Wm  A 
121  Christenson  S  C 
1.25  Do,p.son  Geo 
127  Crandall  James 

Bricker  intersects 
Prise  11a  ends 
Wood  intersects 
225  Gallie  Wm 
231  Henderson  James 
235  Donovan  John 
237  Cameron  Donald 
243  Brockest  John 
245  Farmer  James 


249  Steep  John  iR 
251  Dougall  Wm  C 
257  Rovin  Arthur  R 
259  Morley  A  W 

261  Lumsden  Harry 
Clarke  here 
SOUTH  SIDE 
122  Manaihan  Thos 

Bricker  intersects 
156  Arctic  Ice  Co 
168  Ferguson  James 
170  Thomson  Ardh 
172  Brown  Peter  B 
174  Ivell  Alf  E 

Priscilla  ends 
186  Florence  Wm  B 
188  Barnsidale  J  E 
192  B-eautridge  Wm 
198  Pollard  Edw  W 
204  Iveson  John 

Wood  intersects 
232  Penrose  James 
234  Angel  Thos 
236  Finch  D  Elijah 
238  Newall  W  A 
240  Vacant 
24’2  Crisp  Ro.bt  I 

250  Kemp  C  H 

Clarke  here 


BELL  ST.,  from  Carruthers 
Ave.  north  to  McAdam 
Ave. 


BELMONT  AVE.  (Kildon- 
an),  from  Main  west  to 
C.  P.  R.  Tracks. 

214  Morley  Walter 

215  McKerrow  Wm  B  G 
217  Podger  Jesse 

223  Walker  Ohas 
225  Coomber  John 

227  Nelson  Andw 

228  Taylor  James 

229  Murison  Wm 

230  Black  Mrs  — 

231  Jarvis  Wm 

235  Hall  Edw 

236  Fotheringham  Thos 

237  Windsor  John 

238  Ray  Thos 

239  Hine  Geo 

245  Clegg  Edw 

246  Dickson  Wm 

247  Blackmore  Richd  Wm 

248  Ogg  John 

249  Vacant 

250  Tevendale  Geo 

250  Fotheringham  Thos 

251  Tetley  Alex 

Aikins  intersects 

369  Jaggard  Fred 

370  Clegg  Mrs  (wid) 

379  Gilbert  — 

380  Badenoch  Wm 
Andrews  intersects 

499  Kroperack  Nick 
502  Lorette  Louis 
507  Slotzki  Samuel 
511  McDonough  John 
C  P  R  Tracks  here 


BELMONT  PLACE  (Kil- 
donan),  from  Main  east 
to  Red  River. 

184  Barley  Herb 
188  Goode  Alfd 


BELVIDERE  ST.  (Dec 
Lodge),  runs  from  Por 
tage  Ave.,  north  to  Sag 
katchewan  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 

201  Wold  Henry 
209  Lund  Thos  B 

211  Knight  Frank 

Bruce  intersects 

—  Pyke  Arthur  H 

WEST  SIDE 

—  New  house 

204  Morrison  John  B 
206  Astall  Henry  G 

212  Tait  Wm 


BENSON  ST.,  from  Pair- 
field  Ave.,  north  to  Bar* 
ted  Ave. 


BERESFORD  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  now  called 
Churchill  Ave. 


BERESFORD  PLACE 
(subdivision  St.  James), 
between  Classic  Ave.  and 
Assiniboine  River. 


BERKELEY  BOUL.  (Tux 
edo  Park),  from  Bedford 
Ave.,  north  to  Assini 
boine  Drive. 


BERKLEY  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Irene  St 
northeast. 


BERLIN  ST.  (Elmwood), 
runs  from  Naim  Road 
north  to  Herbert  Ave. 

98  Kinokwiski  Charles 

99  Yowlidge  Andy 
103  Foreigners 


BERLIN  ST.  (St.  James), 
from  Assiniboine  River 
north  to  Saskatchewan 
Ave. 

3  Christie  Alex 

4  Snyder  Alf 

5  Booth  — 

6  Harrison  Wm  L 

8  Maybee  C  Dewey 

9  Adamson  David 

10  Butson  Fred 

11  Vacant 

12  Hanna  John 

16  MacDonald  Walter  S 

17  Menzies  John  H 

17  (rear)  Moir  Alex  G 

18  Simmons  Horace 

19  Lacey  Chas  J 

20  Blain  Antony 

22  Me  Coll  Dougald  C 
29  La  Fresnaye  Wm  S 
Portage  West  intersects 
e  s  Wilson  Victor  L  grocer 


BERRY  AVE.  (Kildonan), 
from  Main  east  to  Red 
River. 


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BEBBY  (Norwood),  from 
Tache  to  Oak  Ave. 

NORTH  SIDE 

17  Valley  Wm 

23  Saltel  Prosper 

27  Eisler  Chas 

29  Vacant 

33  Dampier  Fred  W 

37  Jackson  Nelson 

41  Orr  Robt 

43  McArthur  Chas 

43  Wilson  Robt  M 
45  Abram  Levi  W 
47  Hindley  Arthur 
49  Howat  Thos 

51  Gobel  Joseph 

St  Joseph  intersects 

55  Marsden  Herbert  M 
59  Boux  Herbert 

63  McKeand  Wm  J 

65  McCulloch  Robt 

67  Vacant 

73  Holland  John  M 

75  Goudes  Frank 

77  Wright  James  B 
79  Gerrard  Joseph 

81  Painchaud  Ernest  N 

83  Montsion  Eugene 
87  Dusablon  Arthur 
S9  Dusablon  Joseph 
91  Burke  John 

99  Shannon  Sami 
101  Lindgren  Oscar 
103  Armfield  Robt  V 
105  Moffatt  H  James 
109  Pecaud  La  Bruere 
Dangevin  intersects 
111  Oliver  Arthur  T 
113  Todd  Joseph 
115  Woodcutter  Gustave 
127  Foreigners 
131  Jobin  Alfred 

SOUTH  SIDE 

2  Haines  Fred  K 
2  y2  Palmer  Jesse 
4  Rathwell  Stephen 
414  Benfield  Joseph 
6  Wilson  Hugh 
Wilson  John 
8  Harrison  Geo 
8  Poliquin  Arthur 
10  Cannon  Michael 
10^4  Brumwell  Jacob  S 
22  Norwood  Orange  Hall 

24  Steven  David 

26  Wincott  Edw  A 

28  Cross  Geo 

30  Gatland  Joseph  H 
32  Hawkins  Chas 

34  Rae  Geo  C 
36  Brooks  Edw 

38  McKenzie  John 

40  Prendergast  Henry 

42  Wilson  John 

44  Anderson  James 

St  Joseph  intersects 

56  Tillett  Harry 

58  Harrison  Abram 
62  Gobeil  Geo  grocer 

64  Gobeil  Geo 

66  Young  Arthur 

68  Mitchell  Fred 

74  Macdonald  John 

76  McDonald  John 

78  Hazell  Alb 

84  Jackson  Wm 
84%  Martel  Didace 

86  Levaque  Edmund  D 


88  Truchon  Joseph 
90  Oullette  Chas 
92  Dupas  Joseph 
94  Dupas  Avila 
100  Cormode  Wm 
102  Johnson  Fred 
104  Beardsley  Ernest  W 
106  Dougall  Thos 
108  Piret  Hubert 

Dangevin  intersects 
116  Kittle  Alex 
118  Wright  Peter 
120  Orchison  Alex 
122  Hall  Geo 

CNR  Tracks 


BERRY  AVE.  (St.  Charles) 
from  Kirkfield  St.  west. 


BERRY  ST.  (Port  Rouge), 
from  Beresford  Avenue, 
south  to  Dumas  Avenue. 


BERRY  ST.  (St.  James), 
(Collingwood  PI.),  north 
of  Portage  Ave.  to  C.  F. 
R.  Tracks. 

EAST  SIDE 

213  Blackman  Allan 
215  Orchard  Fred 
217  Large  John  C 
219  Cormack  Thos 
221  Robinson  Joseph  S 
233  Walker  Wilfred  C 

307  Smith  John  gardener 

333  Smith  Geo  gardener 
Silver  Ave  intersects 

—  McIntosh  James 

—  Vacant 

—  Large  Alex  R 

—  Macintosh  Neil 

—  Greenfield  Geo 

—  New  house 

—  Black  John 

—  Macintosh  Geo  A 

—  New  house 

417  Phillipson  Thos 
419  Batten  Chas 
421  Wernham  James  C 
423  Davies  Lewis 
491  Sanders  Levi 

WEST  SIDE 

—  Assiniboia  Police  Sta 

—  St  James  Fire  Hall  No 

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294  Feesey  Thos 
296  Vacant 
298  Card  Chas 
304  Miller  — 

308  Hare  Fred  E 
312  Harris  Alf 

314  Hutchinson  Mrs  Helen 
316  Cooke  Robt 
318  Deakin  Joseph  H 
320  Gowan  John  H 
322  Paul  Louis 

334  King  Wm 
336  King  James 

338  Kooyman  Wm  H 
340  Beckwith  Horace 
342  Roberts  Wm  E 

—  New  house 

—  New  house 
456  Lindsay  John 
458  Marshall  Wm 

—  Konenko  Chas 


BERRYDALE  (Norberry), 
from  Fulberry  St.  east. 

s  s  Leach  Stanley 
n  s  Vacant 

St.  Ann’s  Rd.  intersects 


BERRYDALE  AVE.  (St. 
Vital),  from  Fulberry 
Ave.  west. 

s  s  Usher  Chas 


BERTHA,  from  115  Mar¬ 
ket  to  Pire  Service  Water 
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BERTRAND  (Norwood), 
from  320  Tache  Ave.  east 

NORTH  SIDE 

15  Napper  Joseph  bdghse 

17  Bannerman  Alex  M 

19  Rougeau  Arthur 

21  Dion  Israel 

23  Robertson  David 

25  Jenner  John  B 

27  Lachance  Eugene 
33  Peland  Louis 

35  Hill  Sidney  J 
37  Evans  Gilbert 
39  Warren  Chas 
45  Occupied 

St  Joseph  intersects 
47  Miller  John  P 
51  Keller  James 
53  Wade  John  J  grocer 
55  Turner  Geo 
57  Payne  P'red 
59  Phillips  W<m  A 
61  Gault  John 
63  Siegerist  J  C 
65  Pelland  Louis 
67  Duke  John 
73  Pout  Sydney 
75  Bayliss  Geo 
77  Winton  David 
81  Dunbar  James 
85  Brown  Alex 
87  Medelle  Adam 
89  Melia  John  F 
93  White  James 
95  Walker  John  * 

97  Haughey  Alex 
99  Austin  John  A 
101  Rosseau  A 
107  Desrosiers  Peter  J 
109  Stiles  Nathan 
109  Laferniere  Fred 
Dangevin  intersects 
123  Hornberger  John 
125  Michaud  Ernest 
127  Tompkins  Joseph 
131  Tulk  Geo  E 
133  Ross  Chas 
13i5  Hanson  Reuben 
137  Gourdeau  Jules 
189  Barker  Fred  J 

Des  Meurons  here 

SOUTH  SIDE 

14  Boiteau  Joseph 

16  Gobeil  Wilfred 

18  Gould  Wm  G 

20  Orcheson  Alex 

22  Dusablon  James  M 

24  Rogers  Mrs  Jane  A 

26  Stevens  Geo  A 

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30  Gobeille  Philip 
32  Johnson  Richd  Wm 
34  Walker  John 
36  Murphy  James 
3>8  Behan  Chas 
40  Dawe  Wm 
42  Goldstraw  Fred 
42  Colley  Francis 
46  Voyer  John 
46  Sloan  Alb 
48  Doivon  Joseph 
50  Doivon  Mrs  Carmina 
(wid  Wm) 

52  Barlow  John 
54  Bowes  Bros  ldry 
St  Joseph  intersects 
60  Cancilla  Sami 
62  Waldman  Manuel 
64  Walker  James  G 
72  Jones  Herbert 
74  Gregory  Herbert  W  J 
78  McKinney  A  Wm 
82  Bellavance  Ovid 
88  (Milne  David 
94  Charbonneau  Geo 
96  Ducharm  Wm 
102  Penelet  Chas 
104  Booth  Emily 
108  Gregorie  Etienne 
110  Pelland  Alphrie 

Bangevin  intersects 
112  Starr  Robt  E 
122  Thomson  Wm  R 
124  Thomson  Geo 
128  Lacroix  Alex 
130  Anson  Sami 


BERWICK  ST.,  runs  from 
the  west  end  of  Beres- 
ford  Ave.  southwest  to 
Jubilee  Ave. 

BETOURNEY  (Port 

Rouge),  now  called  Wil- 
mot  Place  South 


BEVERLEY  ST.,  from  781 
Portage  Ave.,  north  to 
Notre  Dame  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 
—  ST  JAMES  PARK 
BLOCK 

Suite — 

1  Aitken  E  P 

2  Simpkins  Alb  J 

3  Hickson  Chas 

4  Chadderton  S 

5  Aitken  L  J 

6  Hicks  W  W 

7  Middleton  James  L 

8  Lill  Fredk  W 
249  Booking  Sarah 
251  Kirton  John 

255  Leslie  Geo 

257  Daly  Wm  H  W 

261  Coxworth  John 

263  Ward  John  O 

263  Broadwood  Silas  A 

265  Stewart  Chas  W 

269  Pettapiece  Mathias  G 

275  Cameron  Donald  A 

277  Stanlake  Thos  A 

285  Bewick  Geo 

287  Vacant 

289  Gordon  Thos  R 

291  Angerbauer  John  C 

293  Last  Chas  J 

295  Corbett  Christopher 


297  Berg  Ludwig 

299  Bird  John  C 

301  Gibson  Lome  A 

303  Licklider  Edw  P 

305  Gynn  Richd 

307  Murphy  Chas 

309  Colley  W  F 

311  MacMillan  Lyman 

313  Johnston  Wm  H 

315  Ringland  Wm 

317  Mellor  James 

319  Elliott  Henry  D 

321  'Carruthers  John  M 

323  Heron  Albert 

325  Poulain  Edmond 

327  Smith  James  W 

329  Frankling  Mrs  Rose  M 

331  Morton  Harry 

331^  Lafon  Paul 

Bivinia  intersects 
343  Foster  John  R 
34  7  Burgess  Danzy 
349  Porter  John  T 
351  Boobes  David 
353  Vacant 

357  Murray  Lillias  W 
359  Moore  Joseph 
361  Syrad  Alf 
363  Cullum  Fredk  J 
365  Collier  Thos 
367  Johnston  Mrs  Jane 
391  Macaulay  James 
393  Neilson  John 
395  Frick  Arthur  W 
397  Noble  Chas 
401  Rogerson  Thos 
403  Yarroll  Robt 
405  Masson  Andrew- 
407  Watt  John  R  L 
409  Creed  Chas  A 
411  Sanders  Edw 
415  Haw  kins  Ohas 
417  Gilbson  Keith  M 
429  Peillaro  Leo 
431  Bjornsson  S 
433  Bone  James 

Ellice  intersects 
469  McGeacihy  Neil 
471  Lind-say  John 
477  Green  Walter  W 
479  Taylor  Ernest  H 
483  Figgures  Herbert  C 
485  Cooper  Arthur 
491  Wright  Wm  R 
493  Price  J  J 
493  Regan  Michael 
501  McMillan  Colin 
503  Arnason  Swan 
505  Thorstinson  ViLborg 
511  Dobbie  Andrew  S 
513  Thorbergson  Swain  B 
517  Searcy  Geo 
519  Hoop  Paul 
521  McCook  Sami 
523  Russell  Jennie 
525  Quirt  Frank  A 
527  Joy  Alf 
529  -Gallant  Joseph  J 
531  Duff  John  S 
533  Copeland  J  W 
535  Hutton  John 
553  -Smith  Al'bt 
555  Watson  Benjamin 
557  Bennett  Chas 
5-59  Whaley  Frank 
561  Edkins  Joseph  iA 
563  Scott  Sami 
573  Connell  Alex 


Sargent  intersects 

601  Allbutt  Wm 

603  Martin  Wm  C 

607  Henderson  F  A 

611  Eager  John 

615  Wray  Fred  H 

617  Gordon  R  S 

619  MacDonald  John 

623  Ruppel  Carl 

627  Tinsley  Chas 

631  Wucker.t  John  W 

633  Sassville  Ohas 

635  Martin  Wm 

637  Jones  Richd  H 

641  Turcote  Frank 

645  Badger  Wm  J 

647  Thompson  Mrs  Sarah 

6(51  McAllister  Enoch 

653  Schiefley  Ohas  T 

6-55  Malet  Hilliard 

659  Gair  Robt 

663  Jackson  iFredk 

6>6 5  Waddle  Margaret 

6'67  (Smith  Stanley  J 

669  McLean  -S  H 

675  Johnston  Murray 

679  Bjornson  Sig 

683  Magnusson  iBjarni 

685  Smith  Wm  J 

687  Sparrow  Walter  T 

689  Segurdsson  Pal-me 

691  Porter  Robt  A 

Wellington  intersects 
721  Disson  Wm 
723  Easton  John 
7  27  Cameron  David  H 
7  29  Scott  John  B 
733  Pendergast  John  F 
735  Rendall  Wm 
739  Somers  Geo 
741  Love  Wm 
745  MoPhee  Mrs  M  J 
747  Thorarinson  Thorsteirm 
753  Mercer  Edw 
7  55  Austin  Geo 
757  Busch  Andrew 
759  Cleveland  Noble  A 
761  Weir  James 
763  Dale  Arthur 
767  Bal-sallie  James 
779  Bal.sillie  Arthur  J 
781  Thomson  John 
783  Gibb  David 
7  85  Ennis  James 
787  Occupied 
789  Gardner  James  H 
793  Seller  Wm  H 

Notre  Dame  here 
WEST  SIDE 
246  Ald.ritt  Wm  A 
248  Ross 
252  Elliott  Thos 
2.54  Miller  James 
256  Campbell  Robt  M 
258  McConkey  Fredk 
260  Carter  Wm 
2-62  Dempster  Hugh 
2-64  Pratt  F  B 
266  Stu-bbs  Mrs  Susan 
274  Ogston  Anderson 
276  MdMillan  Wm 
278  Nall  Francis 
280  Barnett  Fredk 
282  Green  Wm  B 
284  Hamilton  Mrs  Mary  J 
286  Walkey  Wm 
288  Vacant 
29>8  Robertson  Wm 


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300  Moorehouse  John  W 
306  Meyers  Chas 
308  Thorburn  James 
310  Shorey  Jaimes  J 
312  McGhie  'Gavin 
314  Wilson  John  T 
316  Eves  Percy  H 
318  Laing  Edwin  iW 
320  Hams  Walter 
322  King  Wm 
324  Sutherland  Robt 
32>6  Battaglia  A 

Livinia  intersects 
348  iDavies  Chas  T 
350  Tho.rvardson  J 
352  Robison  Margaret 
354  Mclvor  Alexander 
356  Kellet  Mabel 
358  iSnook  Geo 
360  Wilson  Fredk  C 
362  Scott  Wm 
364  Mowat  John 
366  Hatch  Thos 
372  Tollick  Hedley 
380  Hall  Alfd 
382  Hay  Wm 
384  Armstrong  Robt 
386  Horsfall  Arthur 
388  O’Connor  Patk 
390  Neill  Robt 
392  Neill  Arthur 
400  Vacant 

402  Boobes  David 
404  Parr  Francis  H 
406  Walker  Aron 

403  Blackburn  Thos 
412  Stabler  Wm  J 
414  Murison  James 
416  O’Neil  Geo  R 
418  Appleton  Albt  F 
420  Robertson  Geo  W 
422  Marshall  Thos 
424  McCullough  Richd 
426  Banks  Wm  E 

4 2(8  Christie  Augustus  J 
430  Hardy  Chas 
432  Stewart  G  A 
434  Wiseman  Cihas 
436  Gooch  John  N 

Ellice  intersects 
466  Duff  James 
468  Conway  James  H 
470  Woodard  Jo.hn  !B 
472  Easton  Wm  M 
484  Ganley  Harold  G 
486  Mclnnes  Wm  S 
488  Tiley  Wm  Geo 
490  Gorrell  'Geo 
492  Shindler  August 
4  96  McLay  Roderick 
49.8  Stewart  Wm  J 
500  Jaekosn  James 
502  Walsh  John 
504  Holhrow  Wilfred  L» 
506  iBlatherwick  Jos  H 
508  Vacant 
514  Lindal  Bjorn 
514  (rear)  Occupied 
516  Scott  Thos  G 
518  Benson  Weston 
520  Jacobs  Emma  wid 
John 

524  Jones  Frank  E 
526  Davidson  John 
528  Linton  John 
528  Webster  A.lex  IB 
530  McCuaiig  Finley 
534  Walker  John  W 
536  Burdett  H  F 


546  Smith  John 
548  Neill  Wm  E 
550  Corben  Geo  II 
552  Harwood  Sarah 
554  Johnston  Ira 
556  Smith  Mrs  Adelaide 
558  Newell  Thos  J 
560  Goodman  Mrs  Mar¬ 
garet 

5<62  Wylie  John  M 
564  Berg  Herman 
566  Scribner  C.has 
568  Small  J  E 
570  Gillespie  Arch 

Sargent  intersects 
600  Bjorn, son  Magnus 
600  Anderson  Chris 
60'2  Thompson  Henry 
604  Benn  A 
606  Peterson  Stephen 
608  Colpitts  W  Harold 
610  Stobart  J  T 
614  Franklin  Caspar  W 
616  McKay  John 
618  Ay  re  Wm  J 
622  Ellis  John 
624  Johnson  Michael 
626  Mansford  Walt 
632  Gunnlaugsson  Hannas 
638  Durocher  Albt 
636  Buzza  Alfred 
640  Gosselin  Albt 
642  Rogers  T  E 
644  Cook  Geo 
646  IBandeen  Wm 
648  Oliver  Oliver  S 
650  Thorarinson  Mrs  V 
650  Johnson  M 
654  Brynjolfsson  B 
656  Breadner  John  H 
6158  Joll  Wm 
660  McPherson  Mrs  Jane 
662  Devey  Phil  P 
664  Simundson  Ben 
666  Boyer  Wm  J 
66'8  Hughes  Alfred  E 
672  Bewley  Geo 
—  Wellington  School 
Wellington  intersects 

720  Halderson  Haldor 

721  Vacant 

7  24  Day  John 
728  Siguardson  A 
730  Barlow  D  H 
732  Hansen  Harold 
734  Ketih  Andrew  R 
736  Bates  John  E 
738  Robertson  Robt 
7  40  Foss  W  m 
744  Holloway  Arthur  F 
746  Vacant 
7'52  Branson  M 
754  Goodman  John  H 
760  Slheriidan  Patk 
762  Evans  'Frank  F 
7  64  Vankleek  Percy 
7'6>6  Vincent  Wm  E 
768  Grant  Hollis 
770  Bales  Arch  W 
772  Long  Chas  W 
784  Paulson  Magnus 
788  Der.rett  Herbert  H 
792  Blunderfield  Fred  C 
794  Hutchison  Wm 
796  Smith  Francis  A 
800  Helgason  B 
802  Russell  Joseph 

Notre  Dame  here 


BIRDS  HI LL  ROAD,  runs 
north  and  northeast 
from  Spr.ngfield  Road 
to  limits. 


BISMARCK  ST.  (Noble 
Park),  from  Vopni  Ave. 
north  to  Boyd  Ave. 

w  s  Soleski  Sami 


BISMARK  ST.  (Rosser), 
Runs  from  Kitchener 
Ave.  south  to  Eucas  Ave. 


BLAINE  ST.  (C.  P.  R. 
Town)  from  Logan  Ave. 
south  to  Alexander  Ave. 


BLAKB,  from  Logan  west 
to  C.  P.  R.  tracks. 

286  Ager  Robt 
28'S  Smith  Sami 
290  Vacant 
292  Vacant 
294  Vacant 


BLANCHARD  AVE.  (Arm¬ 
strong's  Point),  inter¬ 
secting  Central  and  As- 
siniboine  Aves. 

Assin.boine  Ave.  here 


BLANCHARD  AVE.  (Kel¬ 
vin  Grove),  from  Wolfe 
St.  East. 

es  Fields  Wellington 
e  s  Green  Joseph 


BLENHEIM  AVE.  (Alex¬ 
ander  Park),  from  Over- 
ton  St.  east  to  Seine 
River. 


BON  ACCORD  PARK 

(Subdiv;sion),  situated 
in  west  of  city,  between 
Keewatin  St.  and  Ros¬ 
ser  Road 


BOND  AVE.  (Fort  Rouge), 
from  Pembina  Highway 
west  to  Berry  St. 


BONGARD  AVE.,  runs 
from  Hearn  St.  west  to 
Keewatin  St. 


BONNEST  AVE.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  from  Wolfe  St. 
east. 


BONNIE  DO  ON  (Subdivi¬ 
sion  Fort  Rouge),  sltua- 
ated  south  of  city,  be¬ 
tween  Winchester  and 
Somerville  Aves. 


BOREBANK  (Fort  Rouge), 
from  Crescent  Road 
south  to  C.  N.  R. 

EAST  SIDE 
Crescent  Road  here 
92  Vacant 
104  Vacant 
106  Bannister  Wm 
108  Vacant 
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Academy  Road  intersects 
Kingswiay  Ave.  lintersects 
es  Buckingham  Stanley 
Jackson  Ave.  intersects 
es  Elliott  Pred 

Lennox  Ave.  intersects 
Grant  Ave.  intersects 
Mathers  Ave.  intersects. 
Taylor  Ave.  intersects 
G.  T.  P.  tracks  here 
C.  N.  R.  tracks  here 

WEST  SIDE 
Crescent  Road  here 

103  LDurnell  John  A 
111  MacCall  Thompson 
127  Allingiham  Percy 
141  Vacant 

Academy  Road  intersects 

189  Adams  Joseph  E 
205  Jones  Albt 
231  Cox  Fred 

King’sway  St.  intersects 
379  Laidlaw  James 

C.  N.  R.  tracks  here 
G.  T.  P.  tracks  here 


BORDEN  AVE.,  runs 
from  Hearn  St.  west  to 
Keewatin  St. 


BOWDON 

AVE. 

(Fort 

Rouge), 

from 

River 

Drive  west 

BOWMAN 

AVE. 

(Elm- 

wood), 

from 

Kelvin 

Street  east 

NORTH  SIDE 
Kelvin  Street  intersects 

211  Cochrane  Wm 
215  Wind  Philip 
217  Davis  Wm  J 
2d 9  Nairn  Alexander 
221  'Bishop  Frank  R 
223  New  house 
225  Tyre  Alexander 
229  Graham  Walter 
229  Johnston  Wm 
233  Ford  Janies 
237  Lund  James 
239  Husband  Peter 
241  Gall  Wm 
243  Charters  Wm 
249  Hutchings  George 
253  Cannon  Charles 
259  Rutherford  Joe 
2'6 3  Cairns  John 
2i65  S tokell  Thomas  Wm 
271  Jones  Richard 
275  Saunders  on  John 
Brazier  Street  intersects 
301  Leebody  Charles 
305  Cooper  Arthur 
309  Simpson  Harry 
311  Foreigners 
313  Langs tein  George 
315  Mistin  Charles 
317  Carl  Ernest 
329  /Bruno  Hermace 
331  Bowman  Harry 
333  Thompson  Reginald 
347  Lane  Edward 
349  Price  Reginald  Geo 
3'51  Pies  ton  James  Wm 
353  Broth eridge  Arthur 
355  Waghorn  Charles  W 


357  Brodie  Alexander 
359  >Pelthonpe  Horace 
363  Eckersley  Peter 
365  Eckersley  James 
367  Sutton  Leo 
369  Henderson  Archibald 
399  Armitage  Charles 
n  s  N'ew  house 
n  s  N'ew  house 
n  s  Swaffer  Frank 

Roch  Street  intersects 
405  Garrol  Wm 
407  Patterson  Robert 
409  Bassford  Albert 
411  Haycock  Mary 
411  New  house 
413  Foreigners 
413  Ant  rob  us  George 
417  Primmett  Wm 
419  Steel  Alfred  J 
423  Rosenberg  John 
425  Korduner  Harry  grocer 
and  butcher 
435  Field  Wm 
451  Mash  Alfd 
4  53  Dell  Ernest  Alfd 
455  Tarsh  Alex 
455  .Schoffield  Samuel  A 
457  Barnes  Harry  H 
465  Sintuk  John 
467  Munroe  Wm  S 
n  s  Lindop  Samuel 
n  s  James  Alfred 

Watt  Street  intersects 
501  McCaro  Agnes  grocer 
and  butcher 
503  Mundela  B-rotz 
n  s  Guy  Frank 
n  s  New  house 
n  s  Beveridge  Wm 
n  s  Heaton  John  Wm 
n  s  Clarke  Benj 
n  s  Taylor  Harry 
n  s  Illdridge  Wm 
489  McCrea  Thomas 
491  Ivy  1  e  R  i  cih  a.rd 
495  Lindop  Hugh 
499  Ketchin  Robert 

SOUTH  SIDE 

—  Hammond  Harry 
214  Jenkins  Frank 
216  Extell  Win  Ernest 
220  Douglas  Fred 
230  -Elder  Robert 
232  Bruno  Herman 
238  Dickson  Alexander 
244  Munn  "Walter 
246  Glad  hi  11  Albert 
250  McQuade  Joseph 
260  Scooper  Vay 
262  Hamilton  Fred 
264  Hutchinson  Hubert 
26-6  Ryan  Ralph  G 
270  Cooly  Mrs  — 

272  Smith  James 
276  Gage  Edgar  A 
278  Ross  Peter 

Brazier  Street  intersects 
300  Zacour  &  Simon  gro¬ 
cers 

304  Evans  Emanuel 
308  Jos-s  James 
320  Herdman  Samuel 
330  Watson  Ernest 
334  Loft  son  Bernard  M 
336  Buchan  James 
338  Conway  Richard 


342  Harmstrum  John 
344  Hinton.  James 
348  Evans  John  J 
350  Bockley  Roddell 
356  Stabel  Henry- 
358  Kushin  Alex 
360  New  house 
362  Ritisch  John 
368  Wadeleus  Charles 
370  Harlen  Oliver 
372  Connor  Phil 
374  Elder  John 
376  New  house 
378  New  house 
382  Owkniskey  George 
Roch  Street  intersects 
402  Hawkins  John 
406  Miles  George 
406  Wilson  Alfred  Ernest 
408  iStatham  Gilbert 
408  Taylor  Lewis  J 

—  Craig  Arthur 

—  Dight  Albt  Edw 
412  Handley  James  W 
420  Howard  Fred 
430  Foreman  Francis 
432  Kelly  John 

434  Beckett  George  H 
436  Subtle  Frank 
438  Fan-stone  Laurence 
444  Snyder  Martin 
446  Richards  Geo 
448  Parsons  Charles  W 
450  Hall  Wm  A 
452  Lucy  Patrick 
454  Graham  David 
4'62  Funnell  Rheuben 
4'64  Richards  George 
4'66  Howard  Luke 
468  Long  Samuel  . 

470  Roberts  Hugh 

Watt  Street  intersects 
500  Fitton  Edward 
502  Hampton  John 
506  Windhi'p  Thomas  C 
5 OS  Smith  Albert 
512  Foreigners 
514  Foreigners 
516  Foreigners 
518  Patrick  Pete 
125  Ewart  John 
s  s  Lucas  Henry 
554  Jones  Geo 
556  Bearn e  Robert  H 
558  Mayfield  Oliver 


BOYCE  ST.,  from  1095 
Portage  Ave.  North. 

w  s  Vacant 


BOYD  AVE.,  from  Main 
west  to  City  limits 

NORTH  SIDE 

—  Drewry  E  L 

Main  intersects 

263  McLean  Ronald  F 
265  Virgo  H obeli 
267  Russell  Wm  H 
281  Mitchell  Mrs  Margaret 
283  Elliott  Simon 
287  McLean  Mrs  Mar¬ 
garet 

289  MoCalum  Wm 

Charles  intersects 

291  Clarke  Alfred  E 
295  Thomas  Robt 
297  Audrain  John  L 


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301  Jackson  Sami 

305  Raine  Mrs  Ida 

309  Logan  Wm 

311  Sihinnick  Chas  J 

317  Freedman  Philip 

3>21  Kreuger  Otto 

325  Marks  Louis 

329  Sclhofield  Mrs  Ellen 

333  Dunn  Henry 

339  Wolstemholme  Daniel 

343  Kern  Ernest 

349  Kirkby  Edw 

Aikins  intersects 
355  (Bears  Alf  H 
357  Jamison  Thos 
361  New  house 
365  Studner  Milton  A 
369  New  house 
371  Judd  'Peter 
375  Smith  Frank  A  plhys 
379  Moreland  Wm  M 
381  Ursel  Jacob 
385  Hutchinson  Stewart 
387  Wilkins  Chas 
389  Triggs  Harry 
393  MacDonald  Angus  G 
395  Edwards  Miss  — 

399  Bri sender  Christopher 
401  Lazarus  Soloman 
Salter  intersects 
413  Waas  Henry 
419  Foreigners 
421  Tauler  Mike 
425  Rendel  John 
427  Malmsteidt  Bror 
433  Slater  Henry  D 
435  Raels'ch  John 
437  Dewald  Wm 
441  iBorkitt  Wm 
443  'Pflock  Hugo-  P 
445  Schack  Alex 
449  Hingel  Joseph 
451  Bazyli  Tanicki 
463  Beer  Wm  J 
465  Ho'gsden  John  C 

Powers  intersects 
469  Appleboum  Berl 
471  Schlining  Kondrat 
47  5  Bedonosdi  Oswald 
479  Can  Heating  Co 
481  Bartr  AIM 
485  Wells  Alex 
487  Jack  Pete 
493  Bush  Fred k 
497  Crewe  Chas 
499  Kunderman  Mathew 
503  Gurgas  Joe 
507  Cook  Paul 
511  Achorn  Alex 
513  Wisner  Hugo 
515  iBiss  Martin 
517  Stoler  Max 
521  Shinofky  Reuben 
525  Foreigners 
529  Missla  Mrs  Lena 
Andrews  intersects 
545  Walder  Paul 
553  Isner  Jacob 
555  Vacant 

559  Danzinger  Rudolph 
5'6 9  iShafer  Louis 
571  Kolia  Louis 
573  Wachs  Dominick 
575  Kraimer  Joseph 
579  Kresey  — 

581  Laob  Henry 
585  Strack  Henry 
587  Riffel  Geo 


McGregor  here 

591  Viederman  Henry 

593  Kroeger  Rev  John 

595  Wurch  Adam 

597  Helem  Jacob 

601  Mattice  Geo 

605  Roniclhkaw  Frank 

607  Bushek  John 

609  Astorovski  To  her 

611  Volovitz  Mike 

613  Pitora  John 

615  Minkin  Jack 

617  Pflachek  Mary 

619  Adamstein  Jacob 

621  Letler  Henry 

&23  Copes  Klove 

6 2<7  Rachert  Anton 

645  Weitzel  Jacob 

647  O’Kremer  Paul  grocer 

649  Kyle  Fred 

653  Klee  John 

655  Sapisotzky  Harry 

659  Med  a  Demko 

669  Kondratuk  Prokys 

671  Katchuk  Sidor 

675  Shlamp  Jacob 

677  Meyer  Adam 

679  Mayer  Christopher 

681  Sdhneruck  John 

705  Tony  Benj 

70.7  Rosemblatz  Harry 

709  Dimitri  Alex 

711  Velleri  Chas 

713  Lovis  Benj 

715  Courman  Fred 

717  Vacant 

719  Vacant 

721  Moritz  Chas 

723  Stone  Sam 

725  Trukan  Fred 

743  Bush  David 

749  Wis  John 

7.8 3  Threaker  Chas 

785  Klovski  Joseph 

Parr  intersects 
Arlington  intersects 
813  Scott  John  W 
815  Parsons  Wm 
819  Foreigners 
823  Landino  Raphael 
825  Brega  Aigosto 
851  Stanle  Fred 
8,53  New  house 
8&5  Hutzyoik  Mike 
869  Foreigners 

Sinclair  intersects 
871  Plauchi  IBlase 
1009  Modjiska  Iago 
1013  Kens  Andrew 
1069  Stosky  Dad 
1071  Stelinaszckuk  Jan 
SOUTH  SIDE 
—  Drewry  W  iS 

Main  intersects 
270  Stephenson  James  C 
27'6  Keen  Thos 
380  Kyle  Alex 
282  Thomson  Frank 
2>84  Judd  Peter 
286  Crone  Frank  E 
290  Morris  John 
298  Fung  Lee 

Charles  intersects 
300  James  Geo  C 
302  White  Richd 
304  Rummerv  Richd'  T 
306  Clarke  Alf  F 


310  Hamilton  James 
312  Blaine  Mrs  Margaret 
I  316  Coates  Joseph  E 
320  Maddigan  Daniel 
'  322  Delvigio  Joseph 
328  Rosenhlat  Frank 
330  Fuidge  Wm 
334  Winfield  Richd 
338  Mielnnes  Mal-colm 
340  Smith  Wm  H 
342  Lang  Rob t  T 
350  Witmer  James  S 
Aikins  intersects 
i  358  Orr  J  Chas 
364  Zelig  Abe 
!  36-6  Wilson  Geo 
370  Ridgway  John  G 
372  Rocchetti  Joseph 
1  376  Pickering  Henry  H 
380  Mcllvride  Thos  G 
|  38'2  Mackie  Wm  A 
386  Dafoe  Isaiah  W 
390  Pugh  F  W  Walker 
D  D 

394  Graney  Edw  P 
396  Tennant  James  T 
400  Murphy  M  Wm 
402  Fisher  Mrs  Emma 
Salter  intersects 
414  Vacant 
416  Haine  Rudolph 
418  Humphris  John  H 
420  MacMillan  Hugh  W 
426  Steddinger  Mrs  Alex 
430  ,S  ala/m  an  Jacob  grocer 
432  Nemish  Eugene 
43'6  Mackie  Mrs  Helen  R 
438  Simmons  Harry 
442  Willows  Geo 
444  Oram  John 
448  Sulaty  Wm  J 
464  Reel  Jack 
466  Pearson  Alex 
468  Davis  Wm 
470  Steinzberger  Ulrich 
472  Lam  Maurice  grocer 
Powers  intersects 
476  Heintz  John 
480  Ludwig  Harry 
482  Hoppe  Hagen 
488  Hornuck  Jo,s 
490  'Pfail  Matt 
494  Digelman  Geo 
496  Weune-r  Otto 
498  Phlischki  Gustave 
502  Mazser  Mathew 
504  Aohner  Alex 
506  Kaler  John 
508  S'chmidt  John 
510  Leikman  Nich 
514  Schorfel  Raimy 
516  Hooper  John  W 
520  Heater  Christina 
524  Kuhlman  Henry 
530  Rormbaldini  Henry 
Andrews  intersects 
544  Reger  Nick 
54  6  Wersimg  John 
554  Andrle  Anton 
556  Sitadther.r  Joseph 
McGregor  intlersects 
598  Sapira  Jos 
600  Ruff  Adam 
604  Hagen  Siegfried 
606  Chamber  Lucas 
610  Bogarista  Wm 
61'2  Turbeck  John 
614  Strilehuck  Konestrat 


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628  Kunz  John 
630  Hector  Peter 
634  iRaisler  Frank 
636  Rosin  Jacob 
648  iGlantz  Lewis 
652  Sohnider  Jacob 
660  iFeranz  Mike 
616  Foreigners 
6<32  Savorednak  Siteve 
646  Diamond  Thos 
654  Schwab  John 
658  Goshlit  Ben 
694  Skibo  Nich 
70'2  Schneff  Geo 
704  Chico ran  Oh  as 
706  Oliver  Thos 

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70'8  iSchmph  David 
710  Shalanko  Mike 
712  Meyer  Henry 
714  Pulawsky  Joseph 
716  Scihumker  Lapin 
71i8  Kurn  Germain 
720  Liochitz  David 
722  Chambers  Geo  S 
724  Schumker  Gustav  A 
Parr  intersects 
Arlington  intersects 
810  Vacant 
812  McPherson  Fred 
814  Vacant 
816  Vacant 
818  Mc/Millan  Peter 
824  Martin  Damko 
854  Stefanson  John 
856  Dudka  Mike 

Sinclair  intersects 
872  Holovatay  Nich 
874  Reag  Mike 
87  6  Smith  John 
878  Comer  Wm 
8i80  Ritoack  John 
882  Gorski  Jacob 
896  Gorik  Fred 
898  Steveson  Nick 
902  Ken  el  Gus 
904  Koslowsky  Ignat 
908  Maurice  John 
910  Brellis  Mike 
912  Lasnoski  Mike 
914  Tinock  Harry 
918  Cooke  Henry 

Artillery  intersects 
960  Shulay  Panko 

C  P  R  track  intersects 


BOYLE  (Point  Douglas), 
from  Bed  River  to 
Point  Douglas  Ave. 

BAST  SIDE 

43  Ellis  Chas 

Dewdney  intersects 

57  Smith  Sami 
59  Hardy  John 
65  Cook  Phil 
67  P unpur  Philip 

Point  Douglas  Ave.  here 
WEST  SIDE 

40  Lehou  Ernest 
42  Vacant 

44  Dixon  John  W 
46  Herbert  Alfd 


Dewdney  intersects 

54  Baker  'Emile 
56  Scarf  Sadie 
58  Harvey  Wm 
60  Pratt  Wm 
60  (over)  Kerr  Thos 
62  fBeesley  Mrs  Elizabeth 
62  (over)  MJetcalfe  Ar¬ 
thur 

64  Spake  Harry 
64  (over)  Page  F  E 
66  Matheson  Farquihar 
66  (over)  Trembath  Wm 
68  McGregor  Wm 
68  (over)  Duthie  James 
72  Aitkens  Jolhnston 
Point  Douglas  Ave.  here 


BOYSE  AVE.  (Port  Rouge) 
from  Pembina  Highway 
west  to  Berry  St. 


BRADFORD  ST.  (St. 

James),  from  Portage 

Ave.  north. 

EAST  SIDE 
Portage  Ave.  here 

2H9  Shearer  James 
2*2.1  Lesprance  Oliver 
227  Murch  Henry 
233  Smith  Robt  J 
235  Vacant 
241  McCully  Edwin 
243  Schofield  Alf 
245  Roberts  James 
247  Rowett  Fred 
249  Hind  Joseph  J 
251  Harrison  Arthur  R 
259  Baker  Alf  C 
2(65  Snare  Robt  F 
2.69  Hoipkinson  James  M 
273  Coe  Fred 
275  Leiter  Rudolph 
2(7 9  Leiter  Richd 
281  Hanjiscofki  Stefan 
285  Buker  Melvin 
291  Skilton  Geo  E 
297  Skilton  Geo 
305  Nicholson  Robt 
307  Con  very  Peter  W 
309  McKone  Wellington 
311  Clifford  Alfred 
321  Snowden  — 

339  Howard  Alex 
345  Smith  Joseph 
347  Attenbury  John  E 
349  Blythe  Wm 
3(51  K i*o ole  Thos 
353  Stewart  Daniel 
355  Parnell  Percy  J 
357  Pickup  John 
359  Dain  Geo 
373  Ambrose  Jos 
377  Walker  Ohas  F 
387  Casey  Daniel 
401  Matheson  Peter 
431  Yule  David 

Silver  intersects 


BRAESIDE  (Subdivision 
Port  Rouge),  bounded 
by  Assinihoine  River  on 
the  north  and  by  city 
limits  on  the  south 
from  C.  P.  R.  track  west 
to  Second  St. 


BRANT  ST,  (now  called 
Arlington  St.) 


BRAZIER  (Elmwood), 

from  Chambers  Ave. 
north  to  Municipal 
Road 

Talbot  Ave.  intersects 
Jasper  Ave.  intersects 
66  Huber  Joseph 
78  Hillis  Joseph 
Mighton  Ave.  intersects 
Dearborn  Ave.  intersects 
136  Studney  Henry 
138  Foreigners 
142  Gus  lice  Jacob 
144  Guslice  Jacob  ig.rocer 
Gordon  intersects 
McIntosh  intersects 
23*2  Lord  Selkirk  Sohool 
Poplar  Ave.  intersects 
Johnston  Ave.  intersects 
Chalmers  Ave.  intersects 
Union  Ave.  intersects 
Martin  Ave.  intersects 
Harb-son  Ave.  intersects 
Montrose  Ave.  intersects 
Bowman  Ave.  intersects 
Jamison  Ave.  intersects 
Washington  Ave.  intersects 

BRICKER  (Port  Rouge) 
from  Red  River  to  141 
River  Ave. 

Odd  numbers  west  side 

—  Arctic  Ice  Co 

Bell  intersects 

5  Finucan  John 
112  Caslake  Geo  S 
114  Dowsley  Herbert  S 
116  Bilby  Gilbert 


BRIDGE  (Crescentwood) 
south  (now  called  Aca¬ 
demy  Road) 


BRIGHTON  AVE.  (Xildo- 
nan),  from  Xildonan 
Crescent  north. 


BRIGHTON  ST.  (St.  Jas.) 
from  Saskatchewan  north 
to  Grosvenor  Ave. 


BRIGHTON  ST.,  from  Alex¬ 
ander  Ave.  north  to  Bo¬ 
gan  Ave. 

—  Ryan  Bros  butchers’ 
supplies 


BROADWAY  AVE.,  from 
Main  west  to  Eendrum 

NORTH  SIDE 
Fort  intersects 
Garry  intersects 
—  BROADWAY  COURT 

Suite — 

A  Hall  J  F  R 
B  Morlev  Wm  D  E 
C  Sloan  Arthur 
D  'Sutcliffe  E 
E  Tait  Minnie 
F  Evans  F  J 

101  WTalke.r  J  Irvine 

102  Evans  W  W 

103  iPusey  F  G 


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CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914  Broadway  443 


Broadway 


104  Locke  T  H 

105  Connors  Kathleen 

J 

106  Lucier  A  E 

201  Thomson  Geo  A 

202  Macdonald  Arthur 

E 

203  Cadle  Harold 
■204  Kennedy  S  S 
205-6  Grady  Mrs  Eve¬ 
lyn 

271  Oliver  A  C 

301  Duff  Mrs  Edw 

302  Weagant  Ohas  H 

303  Cadle  Owen 

304  McCormick  M  V 

305  Detmold  P 

306  Rees  T  Cliff ord 

401  Scouler  M  R 

402  Lock  Charlotte 

403  Clarke  Mrs  W 

404  Tate  Miss  M  E 

408  Tiirnock  Miss  • — 
408b  Turnock  Gertrude 

409  Feeker  James  V 

412  O’Rourke  F  T 

413  Vacant 

414  Millidge  Miss 

415  Bramble  Miss  A 
263  Oh  own  H  H  phys 

271  Audin/gton  Boarding 
House 

Smith  intersects 
Donald  intersects 
Hargrave  intersects 

347  Adanac  Club 
353  Kitchen  Ernest  M 
Carlton  intersects 
3‘63  Evans  T  )B 
365  Vacant 
373  Hawes  Miss  M 
379  Bryant  H  II 

Edmonton  intersects 
387  Walker  Hon  David  M 
293  Black  Thos 
397  Caldwell!  John  F 
405  Neal  Institute 

Kennedy  intersects 

—  Land  Titles  Bldgs 

—  University  of  Mani¬ 

toba 

—  All  Saints  Church 
495  Vacant 

535  Thomson  James  C 
Colony  intersects 
545  Wilson  Robt  R 
549  MacIntyre  L  C 

Good  intersects 
551  Buckboro  Thos 
553  C.hipperfield  Albt  V 
555  Kerr  James 
557  Gerrie  Robt 
559  Mortimer  Mrs  E  R 
561  Cameron  A  B 
563  Eadie  Richd  F 

Balmoral  intersects 
567  Gordon  Rev  Chas  W 
595  Langdale  F  E 
597  Jennings  Emma 

—  Inspector's  of  Insurance 

P.rov  Govt 
603  Vacant 
607  Ross  Wm  H 

Young  intersects 
619  Dawson  Alex 
623  Maw  Alf 


627  MARTELLO  APART¬ 
MENTS 

Suite — 

A  Huxley  Wm  janitor 
C  Smith  &  Kirkpatrick 

1  Wraggitt  John 

2  McBain  D 

3  Hemmeon  Arthur  J 

4  Dunning  Mrs  K  E 

5  Mattice  J  T 

6  Haney  Lionel 

7  Muma  G  B 

8  Middlemiss  T  K 

9  Sandusky  Gus  F 

10  Wilson  J  B 

11  Burke  Lorena 

12  English  Edgar  D 
625  Clous  ton  T  hos 

Eangside  intersects 
641  Davey  Jolhn 
645  Ryan  Michael 
647  Browne  Robt 
655  Chambers  Wm 
661  Galloway  H  P  H  phys 
Purby  intersects 
665  Higginbotham  Geo  A 
669  Turner  John  A 
677  Davidson  Dr  J  iR 
'679  Hall  James  M 
681  McCullough’s  Drug 
Store 

680  McLean  James 

Sherbrook  intersects 

701  Lloyd  John  O 
707  Reithmeyer  Lulu 
709  Mulvey  School 

Maryland  intersects 
759  Dunn  Mary  E 

Broadway  Place  ends 
761  Pickup  Vernon 
763  Stead  Mrs  C  J 
765  Laidlaw  C  W 
773  Thompson  Cihas  F 
777  Wright  Wm  E 
7  81  Carper  T  Page 
785  Campbell  Dr  Spurgeon 
789  Black  Chas  H 
797  Hunter  Mrs  Dr 
Shore  ends 
803  Gemell  Mrs  F  R 
805  McDonald  J  H 
811  Day  Francis  Wm 

—  Day  F  W 

817  Buchanan  Robt  A 
821  Moore  A  E 
825  Weaver  Geo 

Lendrum  here 

SOUTH  SIDE 

—  Manitoba  Club 

Port  intersects 

—  Fort  Garry  Hotel 

Garry  intersects 
Smith  intersects 
282  Wann  A 
288  Blanchard  Robt  J 
Donald  intersects 
308  Watson  James  A 

—  KENMORE  APART¬ 
MENTS 

Suite — 

A  Fisher  L  Chas 
B  Scott  John 
C  Vacant 
D  Vacant 

101  Johnston  Wm 

102  Harris  R  W 

103  Sutherland  Edna 


104  Allen  L  B 

105  Occupied 

106  McKay  E 

107  Fenton  Frank  S 

108  Hammond  J  T 

109  Davidson  Capt  H  J 

110  Murray  Janette 

201  Compton  Fredk  W 

202  Smith  Josey 

203  Cockburn  Mrs  A  K 

204  Dinsda-le  Leila 

205  De  Bury  Count 
20'6  Cooper  Minnie  M 
207  Coles  Stanley  W 
20>8  Young  Geo 

209  Mc'Tavish  P  G 

210  Occupied 

301  Richardson  David 

302  Deiw  John 

303  Sanders  Clarence  E 

304  McLean  Mrs  T 

305  Cordingly  C  H 
30t6  Stover  Russell 

307  Fisher  Robt  H 

308  Revell  Frank 

309  Occupied 

310  Fiddeis  John  T 

401  Potter  Edw  W 

402  MacQuarrie  D  L 

403  'Thompson  Alice 

404  O’Connor  Joseph  P 

405  McPhee  James 

406  Fullerton  Wm  M 

407  Murray  Major  F  J 

408  Vacant 

409  Occupied 

410  Robinson  Allan  G 

B 

501  Abram  Isabel 

502  Occupied 

503  Vacant 

504  Liss  Morris 

505  McRae  J 

506  Munsey  John 
50>7  Occupied 

508  Pickard  Wesley  B 

509  Ryman  Mrs  P  H 

510  Clarke  Fredka 

—  THE  STRATHMORE 
APARTMENTS 

Suite — 

1  Jones  Robt  E 
■2  Hughes  Fitzherbert 

3  Jefferson  Ernest  W 

4  Duff  J  E 

5  McLeod  Elsworth  L 

6  Anderson  Bessie 

7  Clark  James 

10  Burt  Terrance 

11  Thompson  L  L 

12  Saul  Thos 

14  Malone  Alfd  T 

15  Golden  Ernest  J 

16  Warren  Sidney 

17  Cameron  Wm 

18  Hunter  Edith  S 

19  Or ea lock  W  H 

21  Hollings  James  J 

22  Lindner  Theodore  B 

23  Springate  Frank 

24  Allanby  Dorothy 

25  Johnstone  Edwin  B 

26  Kemp  Harold 

27  Goddard  Eugene  H 

28  Banks  Geo  M 

29  Campbell  Fredk  A 
31  Lavery  Ida  E 


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Reaches 

The 

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Every 
Minute 
of  the 
Day 

Someone 
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HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG 


Bromead 


32  Brooks  A-lfd  W 

33  Whitworth  E  A 

34  Symons  Chas  H 

35  Johnston  Albt  H 

36  Bliss  Mrs  J  Mur¬ 

ray 

37  McNaughton  A  W 

38  Hunt  Reginald 

39  Irvine  Evangeline 

41  Dingman  O  H 

42  John'stone  Margaret 

J 

43  Ralph  Wm  J 

44  Bryans  Wm  H 

45  Jackson  John  R 

46  Cooper  H  E 

47  Corbett  Mayme  A 

48  Murray  T 

49  Brown  J  H 
Hargrave  intersects 

336  Brown  Mrs  B 
338  Halpenny  J 

Carlton  intersects 
368  Broadway  Hall 
—  DEVON  COURT 
Suite — 

A  Gillander  Robt  jani¬ 
tor 

101  PalmouT  A  R 

102  Curtis  Ohas 

103  Collum  W  H 

104  Leisner  L*ud  W 
10*5  Wooton  Fred  W 

106  Grant  Roibt  A 

107  McLeod  M  J 

108  Shuler  V  R 

109  Gordon  W  M 

110  Boyd  Benson  L 

111  Carnegie  Bertram 

G 

201  Blacker  C  H 

202  Coupal  Mrs  R  Du- 

buc 

203  Wilkes  W  A 

204  Taaffe  Harry  W 

205  Sly  Clifford  H 

206  Crossen  J  Lyle 

207  Pugh  James  A.Sh- 

ley 

207  Lowden  James  S 

208  Riley  J  Herbert 

209  McGinnis  H  C 

210  Cameron  John  B 

211  Gouin  Miss 

301  Lyndon  Capt  A  R 

302  Fraser  Sterling  R 

303  Cathcart  Geo  E 

304  Koester  Geo  D 

305  Atlderson  Wm  F 

306  Bell  Wm  G 

307  McMillan  Walter 

H 

30S  Pettit  Sami  C 

309  McIntyre  Daniel  M 

310  Brunstermann 

Miss  A  L 

311  Lefebre  J 

401  Drafhonnet  Jean 

402  Holiday  Albert 

403  Ryley  A  St  Clair 

404  Cross  Osborn  M 

405  Chisholm  D  H 

406  Whitehead  Chas  A 

407  Siharman  H  B 

408  Yawger  Wm  H 

409  Herbinson  Wm 

410  Little  Ohas 


411  Godrey  Elizabeth 
■501  Saunders  Austin 

502  Abbott  S  W 

503  McGugan  Oliver  S 

504  Gould  John 

505  Griffith  Ronald  H 

506  Muir  Arthur  E 

507  Monsterrat  Chas 

508  Ober  Robt 

509  McKellar  D  S 

510  Homeyer  Fredk  J 

511  Armstrong  B 
Edmonton  intersects 

—  Broadway  Methodist 

Church 

Kennedy  intersects 

—  Parliament  Buildings 

—  Winnipeg  Armory  and 

Drill  Hall  Wm  Blan¬ 
chard  caretkr 

Osborne  here 
Colony  intersects 

—  WALDRON  COURT 

Suite 
1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


Hatching  Miss  T 
McMurray  J  H 
Mombury  John 
Dixon  F  H 
Avery  W  E 
Roby  Waldo  E 
Rutherford  Mrs  A 
W 

8  McIntyre  Robt 

9  Plews  Ralph  C 

10  Meaden  A  G 

11  Crawford  Dr  Mary 

12  Henry  N  B 

14  Everett  Henry 

15  Godwin  James 

16  Bliss  Mrs  D  C  Fos¬ 

ter 

17  Kenner  Rev  Henry 

18  Coons  Miss 

19  Dent  Austin 

20  Tru scott  Chas  E 

21  Tuck  Edw  M. 

2i2  Matheison  Mrs  Katie 

23  MaBride  James  J 

24  Dangle is’h  Chas  N 

25  Anderson  B  D 
2.6  Sutcliffe  R  B 

580  CARLYLE  APART¬ 
MENTS 

1  Puridom  Gilbert  H 

2  Johnston  Harold 

3  Lowry  James  H 

10  Hutcheson  Dr  J  N 

11  Barker  Frederick  W 

12  Black  Mary  J 

13  Burch  Mrs 

15  Hall  Mrs  J  H 

20  Irish  W  A 

21  Coleman  Edwin  R 

22  Walton  Geo 

23  Cough lan  Grace 
25  Parker  Daniel 

30  Beatty  Roibt  S 

31  Hebert  J  A 
3i2  Hall  a  m  F  S 

33  Malcolm  Miss  Etta 
35  Meirrick  Alf  O 
Balmoral  Place  begins 
584  Ferguson  C  C 
586  Hansford  J  E 
588  Gunn  Wm 

Spence  intersects 


Young  intersects 

600  Lindsay  Charles 
606  Newsome  Margaret 
608  Angle  Chas 
624  Robinson  T  D 
'62»8  Bray  Frank  E 

Langside  intersects 
658  Dodson  Mrs  J 
660  Vacant 

Purby  intersects 
—  Young'  Meth  Church 
Sherbrook  intersects 
704  Breen  Motor  Co 
706  Trade  Review  Ltd 
706  Wp.g  Saturday  Post 
Ltd 

714  A.stley  J  W 
718  Kilborn  Aikins 

Maryland  intersects 
730  Allen  Wm 
7  34  McDonald  D  O 
738  MacNeil  M  G 
742  Dicks  V  O 
744  Hayward  Tihos  L 
748  Acheson  Sarah  V 
752  McIntyre  Duncan  L 
756  Hatch  Wm  H 
760  Croft  Arthur  E 

Broadway  Place  here 
762  Maclean  Neil  J 
770  Vacant 
774  Gibson  D  W 
778  Ritclhie  Mrs  Jane 
Walnut  ends 
—  Baptist  Church 
796  McIntyre  A  L 
798  Campbell  Malcolm 
800  Hunter  Geo  A 
804  Perkin's  Hattie  (wid  Ge; 
H) 

Chestnut  ends 

814  Hargreaves  James  M 
816  MoCo'll  Geo  R 
820  'Cadlham  Dr  F  T 
824  Rattray  Wm  J 
8>28  Sprigg  Henry 
834  Parker  Edwin  G 
Lendrum  here 


BROADWAY  PLACE,  from 
722  Portage  Ave.  to  752 
Broadway  in  rear  of 
Mulvey  School 

w  s  Gillespie  John  C 


BROCK  STREET  (River 
Heights,  Fort  Rouge), 
from  Wellington  Cres¬ 
cent  south  to  Wilkes 
Ave. 

Crescent  Road  intersects 

w  s  Vacant 
w  s  Vacant 

Academy  Road  intersects 
Kingsway  St.  intersects 
Cfrant  intersects 
731  Pratt  Walter  H 

Lennon  intersects 


BROMEAD  ST.,  now  called 
Radford  St. 


McColl  Bros.  &  Co. 

WINNIPEG 

Manufacturers  of  the  Highest  Grades  of  LubricatingOil 

Phone  Garry  1364  for  best  Auto  Oils 


The  Winnipeg  Supply  &  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd. 

298  Rietta  Street  Phone  Garry  2910  Exchange  — ^  __  _ 

Pocohontas  Smokeless,  American,  Soft,  Smithing  COAL 

Brooklyn  CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914  Burnell  445 


BROOKLYN  ST.  (St. 
Janies),  from  Portage 
Ave.  to  Notre  Dame 
(formerly  called  Coll- 
ingwood  Place) 

EAST  SIDE 
Portage  Ave.  here 

201  Eglgleston  Wilfred 
203  Mrazay  J'dhn 
207  McKay  John 
211  Burchall  Wm  B 
213  Gibson  Robt  T 
215  Halsall  James 
217  Nichols  Fredk 
219  Wise  'Geo  E 
221  Nobes  Walter  W 
227  Boivin  John  E 
231  Inch  Alex 
233  Lott  Milton  iM 
235  Campbell  John 
237  Lewis  Frank 
239  New  house 
241  Sampson  Adam  A 
243  Cockerell  Arthur  H 
245  Holmes  Robt  E 
251  Key  worth  Gh.-xs 
253  Hatherily  Wilbert 
255  Henderson  David 
259  Peningiton  John 
261  Scott  Fred  E 
263  Hebon  Arcibald 
265  Villibrun  Fredk 
267  Burt  Daniel 
271  Hopkins  Fred 
273  Ironside  Wm  J 
275  Saunders  Wm  H 
285  Ro  wand  Edw  R  T 
287  Hopkins  Fredk 
283  Stephenson  Peter 
289  (Fisher  Florence  ‘gro¬ 
cer 

297  Mayne  Joseph 
299  Wheildon  Benj  C 
301  Gillies  John 
303  Bott  Frank  A 
305  Symons  Joseph  E 
3o.  Kirkpatrick  James 
Ness  intersects 
315  Harmer  Herbert  W  H 
317  Morton  Alf  H 
319  Tebo  Wellington  L 
323  Watson  Albt 
327  Watson  Stanley 
329  Newton  Percival  S 
335  Forsyth  James 
337  Lenevue  'Phil 
339  Watson  Benj 
341  Neil  Henry 
343  Hayes  — 

345  Smith  Wm 
347  Phillips  Wm  J 
253  Hickman  Percy 
355  Wrroe  Joseph 
357  Pears  Wm  H 
259  McKenzie  Chas 
267  Healey  Frank 
371  Webb  John 
373  Cunliffe  Joseph 
281  Hors  fie  Id  Josepih 
385  Collin, son  Wm 
387  Peabody  Alfred 
289  Davis  Fred 
391  Davies  Mrs  Emily 
399  Radford  Oliver 
401  Norman  lErnest 

Silver  intersects 
411  Wilson  Thos  H 


415  Martin  Edw 
419  Allary  Vcant 
427  Barnes  Eugene  O 

435  iShinska  Emil 
439  Bester  Walter 
4>6  7  Carruthers  Wm 

WEST  SIDE 
Portage  Ave.  here 

202  Bothwell  Guy 

214  Gilbey  Wm  fruiterer 

218  Nash  Victor  H 

222  Williams  Thos  R 

22.6  Vacant 

222  Sou  tar  David  B 

242  Phillips  Geo 

—  New  house 

—  New  house 

—  New  house 

—  New  house 
248  Peat  Arthur 
250  Walker  Albt  L 
256  Ikin  Geo  P 

260  Pascoe  John  W 
270  Friel  James 
280  Thompson  John 
282  Spurr  Harry 
286  Gil  holm  John 
290  Hills  Rowland  P 
294  Rossum  Oscar 
298  Parsons  Thos 
30'2  Yates  Joseph  H 
306  Jackson  Fredk  G 
308  Hacking  Geo  E 
Ness  intersects 
310  Phillips  Herbert  E 
312  Forster  Roht 
314  'Aitken  Wm  G 
316  Watson  Harry 
318  Tippen  Alf 
320  May  George 
328  Wilson  Henry  B 
338  Peabody  Alf 
342  Vacant 
348  Morris  Robt 
350  Hey  wood  John 

—  Vacant 

—  Vacant 

—  Vacant 

360  Fellows  Helen  (wid  G 
W) 

362  Bowman  Fredk 
41 c  Mer redew  Ghas 

436  Cooper  Walter  T 
432  Thomson  Moody  B 


BRONX  PLACE  (Bronx 
Park),  /from  East  Kil- 
donan  Rd.  cast. 

n  s  Emhling  Joseph 
n  s  Tootit  Burt 


BROOKLYN  ST.  (St. 
Charles),  from  Roblin 
Boul.  South. 

w  s  Betsworth  Samuel 


BROWN  ST.  (Lansdowne 
Place),  from  Jefferson 
Ave.  north  to  Hartford 
Ave. 


BROWN  ST.  (now  called 
Arlington  St.) 


BRUCE  AVE.,  from  Perry 
Road  West  to  Conway 
St. 


BRUCE  ST.  (Norwood) 
runs  from  Rue  de  Mea- 
ron  to  Seine  River. 

55  Mourguiart  iDaniel 


BRYDGES  AVE.,  from  Os¬ 
borne  St.  opposite  Bar¬ 
racks  west  to  Colony  St 


BUMNER  ST.  (Rosser), 
runs  from  Kitchener 
Ave.  south  to  Lucas  Ave. 


BUNTING  AVE.,  runs 
from  Hearn  St.  west  to 
Keewatin  St. 


BURKE  ST.  (Rosser),  runs 
from  Kitchener  Ave. 
south  to  Lucas  Ave. 


BURNELL,  from  Portage 
Ave.  to  956  Notre  Dame 

EAST  SIDE 

261  Thackray  James  D 
blksmith 

261  (rear)  McDonald  Cart¬ 
age  Co 

219  Lamond  Mrs  Agnes 
281  Dwyer  Ernest 
283  Hammersley  Clhas  E 
283  (rear)  Winnipeg  Wire 
&  Iron  Wks 
285  Burn  Robt 
289  Allward  Ernest 
291  Hasset't  Wm  B 

E  Inarson  intersects 
385  Dowell  Joseph 
387  Williams  Reigd  J 
389  McWilliams  Nevin 
391  Taylor  Stanley  A 
393  Edlirt  Ruipert  W  C 
395  Elliot  Geo 
397  Dawson  El.lis 
399  Pearson  James 
401  Laing  John 
407  Rigby  Arthur 

Livinia  intersects 
443  Forseng  Jergen 
445  Price  David 
447  Mitchell  Wm  L 
457  Shepherd  Peter  T 
449  Mu  1  hall  Stephen  C 
459  Olson  'Fid 
4'61  Turvey  Albt  E 
471  Rogalski  Martin 


BUCHANAN  (Point  Doug¬ 
las),  from  Point  Douglas 
Ave.  to  Red  River 
Odd  numbers  east  side 

168  Autiherford  Susan  B 
170  Brown  Alex 
—  Brown  &  Rutherford 
planing  mill 


BUELL  AVE.  (now  called 
Westminster  Ave.) 


BULLER  ST.,  runs  from 
Selkirk  (Ave.  /north  to 
Aberdeen  Ave. 


BULWER  AVE.  (Kildo- 
nan),  from  Kildonan 
Crescent  north  to  Main 
St. 


National  Insurance  Agencies,  Limited 

all  classes  of  insurance  transacted 

356  Main  Street  -  -  Phone  Main  5755 


Henderson’s  Alberta  Gazetteer 

_ will  be  published  early  in  1914 _ 


Moving 


Packing 


Storing 


Shipping 


Security  Storage  and  Warehouse  Co. 


Warehouse  A,  Cor.  Graham  and  Vaughan 
Warehouse  B,  Cor.  Kate  and  McDermot 
Warehouse  C,  Cor.  Sherbrooke  and  Ellice 


Phones  i 

Sherbrooke  3620 ,  3621 ,  and  3622 


448  Burnell 


HENDERSON’ S  WINNIPEG 


Burrow 


473  Topping-  John 
477  Charnley  J  Hubert 
479  Allee  Geo  W 
481  Eveans  Thos  D 
483  Wedd  Alfd  E 
485  Sharp  Mrs  Rose 
487  Carter  W>m  Hill 
495  Gohart  Gaston 
503  Findlay  John 

Ellice  intersects 
555  Alexander  Thos 
561  Crook  James 
563  Hartley  Geo 
565  Smith  Hugh 
5;67  Watson  Croft 

575  Vien  Rosaire 
725  Marshall  John  T 

Wellington  intersects 
Notre  Dame  here 

WEST  SIDE 

—  Canada  Bread  Co  Ltd 
308  Jennings  Thos 

308  Simpson  Roy 

Einarsoh  intersects 
Livinia  intersects 

452  Cox  Harry 

456  Saul  &  I'rislh  Ltd  yd,s 

—  Orescent  Creamery  Co 

Ltd  ice  cream  dept 

Ellice  intersects 

—  CLAREMONT  COURT 

Suite — 

1  Chappell  Fred 

2  Willie  Al'bt  W 

3  Hunnisett  Harry  J 

4  Miller  Alex 

5  Barker  W in 

6  Rendall  Thos 

7  King  Ric  n 

8  Bentley  Watson 

9  Alsop  John  H 

1  •  •  G :*ee n  w  c«h!  W alter 
II.  Parku  Joseph 

12  Futty  Chas  L 

13  Odium  Ernest 

14  Little  Henry 

15  Ruttledge  T  H 

16  Carlton  Albt  C 

17  Jacobsen  Yorath 

18  Bowden  Janvis 

19  Smith  Fredk  L 

20  Whitt  on  Ira 

576  Skjaldiborg  (Icelandic 

Church) 

580  Pugh  James 

582  Thorkinson  Paul 

584  Thorkinson  Finniborg 

586  Mackay  John 

588  Carlisle  John 

526  Lines  Harry 

628  Cockbain  David 

630  Boag  Christie 

632  Johnson  Bjarni 

634  Chattle  Mrs  Mary 

636  Thurston  Geo  H 

638  Copes  Klove 

640  Firth  Thos  G 

Sargent  intersects 
642  Dunfield  John  tinsmith 
648  Evans  W  T 
654  Doll  Eyvindur  J 
656  Hallson  John 
658  Berg  man n  Joihn  K 
6i82  Brandson  Magnus 
684  Hurt  Frank 
6>86  Holden  Barnard 
700  Ferries  James 


728  Aitchison  John 
788  rBeckwith  John  G 
Wellington  intersects 
800  Eraser  David 
804  Sansome  Harry 
80'6  Main  Joihn  A  F 
808  Billett  Fredk 
812  Robb  Neil  • 

814  Smith  Elizabeth  (wid 
H) 

816  Tatlow  John  H 
818  Lawson  John  A 
820  Jenkins  Joseph 
826  Warren  Altot 
828  Brandson  Oddur 
832  Watkins  Chas  H 
834  Smith  John  H 
83414  Tetrault  Ferdinand 
836  Palmason  Peter  grocer 
83614  Western  Meat  Mkt 
842  Hanley  Mrs  Margaret 
844  Muyleart  Aliphonse 
854  Dixon  Alfd 
856  iSlhapter  Charlotte  (wid 
Thos) 

860  Vacant 
866  Lowry  Michael 
858  Bailey  Ernest 
872  Long  Parmenas 
876  Greenwood  Sydney 
contr 

880  Jones  Fredk  R 
882  Smith  Wm  C 
884  St  Lawrence  Percy 
886  Pickup  Geo 
888  Vacant 

890  Williams  Ernest  J 
900  Holland  Daniel 

Notre  Dame  here 


BURRIN  AVE.  (Kildo- 
nan),  from  Main  West  to 
C.  P.  R.  tracks 

218  Moore  Mira  (wid 
Walter) 

220  Vacant 
222  Finch  Calvin 
224  Gauld  Jas  A 
226  Walker  Alex 

22- 8  Gill  Chas 
230  New  house 

23- 2  Nears  Frederick 
234  New  house 

236  Smith  Wm  C 
240  Calder  Herbert 

Aikins  St.  intersects 
315  Morgan  Ernest 
n  s  Collinson  Wm 

Powers  intersects 


BURROWS  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  to  City  limits, 
intersecting  at  1053 
Man 

NORTH  SIDE 

12Z  Neil  James  H 
125  Jacobson  Isaac 
12-7  Walker  Mrs  Helen  J 
129  Freedman  Chas 
131  Willcox  John  B 
134  Rosenberg  Isaac 
137  .Sohn  Morris 
139  Brooks  John  N 
143  Gibbons  Ernest  A 
145  Perrin  Mrs  Sarah 
149  Miller  Geo  W 
153  Seiipp  Lewis 


157  Conklin  John  J 
16.1  MacDonald  Finlay 
165  Phimister  Alex 
169  Rice  Hester 
173  Cockman  Mrs  Martha 
177  Goldstein  David 
181  Sperling  Marcus 
185  Zulber  Harry 
187  Harris  Robt 
189  Bussell  Hugh 

Main  intersects 

—  BURROWS  BLOCK 

1  Barsehet  Ernest  E 

2  Chippendale  Thos 

3  Foster  Geo  A 

4  Strange  Henry  F 
245  Gilker  John 

257  McMillan  James 
259  Leggat  Allan 
263  Cooper  James 
275  New  (house 
277  MacDonald  Bros  sheet 
metal  workers 
281  Hunter  James 
285  Bell  Mrs  Margaret 
287  Petruni  Julio 
2-89  Guarino  -Sami 

Charles  intersects 

—  Tabernacle  Baptist 

Church 

2<99  Mitchell  Geo 
301  Prowse  Roger 
305  Thompson  Alex 
307  Headon  Geo 
311  McDonald  Allan  G 
319  Peterman  Edw 
321  A'bra  J  F 
325  Kimmel  John  G 
32-9  Buchanan  James  P 
333  Goldsmith  Joseph 
337  Barrow  F  C 
341  Horken  Edw  H 

Aikins  intersects 

—  Fire  Station  No  7 
343  Barbour  iRobt 
345  Swan  John 

347  Dro-b  Chas 

357  McCloy  Mrs  Geneva 

361  Polish  National  School 

—  St  Mary’s  Polish  Ca¬ 

tholic  Church 
373  Carlson  Peter 
375  Silverman  Ham 
393  Rogers  Alex 
397  Jonker  Henry  phys 

—  Manitoba  Govt  Phones 

Exchange 
Salter  intersects 
401  Edgar  Court 
425  New  building 
429  Cohen  Sami 
431  Phillips  Ike 
433  Ostrey  Sami 
435  Matheson  Wm  iR 
451  Richmond  Henry 
455  -Segal  Morris 
459  Marchinchuk  John 
4  61  Wolusch  Nick 
465  Vacant 
467  Foreigners 
4i69  Moon  A.rahd 
471  Labinsky  J  coal  and 
wood 

Powers  intersects 

477  Lots  Julius 
479  Malchikoff  John 
481  Dreman  Jacob 
485  Glasgo  A.rni 


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Burrows  4  47 


491  Mattern  Rhil 
495  Ziola  Joseph 
503  White  James  E 
—  Salem  Reformed 
Churbh 
505  Vacant 
507  Glass  Isaac 
509  Glass  Morris 

Andrews  intersects 
531  Baptist  Convention 
Chapel 

535  Coomibs  Wm 
539  Kinal  Thos  grocer 
543  Morosnick  Sami 
547  Schick  Geo 
549  Rogers  Sami  A 
551  Mackling  Chas 
553  Dramski  John  C 
555  Ormond  Harriet  F 
559  Komodoski  John 
571  .Stokoil  Fred 
573  Weber  David 
575  Orray  Henry 
577  Byer  John 
579  Hogan  Henry  J 
581  Birt  Claud 
585  Ryan  IE  J 

McGregor  intersects 
McKenzie  intersects 
651  Lerman  G 
655  Halas  Wasyl 
657  Donovich  Edw 
659  Foreigners 
665  Pazuk  Demitr 
669  Kurzanisky  Mike 
671  Alleluia  John 
673  Ridiniski  Nat 
673  Foreigners 
677  White  Wm  grocer 
679  Sh  ore  Abr  a  m 
683  Bechkovsky  Wm 
685  Chokan  Mike 
687  Gavra'tinsky  Jacob 
695  iSaltzmiann  Jacob 
699  Kouchuk  Paulo 
699a  Foreigners 
701  Kalnin  Henry 
703  Schmidt  Jacob 
705  Foreigners 
707  Foreigners 
709  Foreigners 

Parr  intersects 
71i5  Vacant 
725  Basisty  Steve 
731  Malnidhuk  Peter 
745  Theohalt  Ferdinand 
747  Chankzyna  Nichols 
763  Rees  Edw 
765  Varsovitz  Steve 
769  Boloski  S 

Arlington  intersects 
775  Hovankowska  Anna 
777  Sobrezaraniki  Wyciech 
783  /Stockman  Paul 
787  Lilberti  Mike 
791  Pasick  Joseph 
795  Slo'beger  Mike 
799  Slobolyan  Mike 

Sinclair  intersects 
803  Ominuck  John 
805  Batynczuk  Sami 
809  Pinko  John 
815  Triok  Dimitri 
817  Olinyk  K 
827  Sokal  Geo 
833  Kanitsky  Alex 
845  Sahetler  Frank 
847  Boles  Wm 


853  Peterson  Mike 
8 5'5  Rogan  Nichols  A 
859  New  house 
861  New  house 
8'65  Foreigners 
867  Nicolai  Philip 
869  Valtransky  Joseph 
871  Treger  Joseph  A 
883  Shetler  John 
889  Nowitzky  John 
899  Vacant 

Artillery  intersects 
901  Foreigners 
923  Bodhusky  John 
925  Trichini.sk  Frank 
927  Komanshura  Reuben 
929  Markusch  Joseph 
931  Hopner  Frank  grocer 
Battery  intersects 
C.  P.  R.  track  intersects 
937  Wink  August 
939  Cooke  Sidney  B 
941  Bough  ton  Harry 
98 1  Stacuk  Peter 
983  Kolinsky  John 
987  Shumka  Paul 
995  Broda  Mike 
997  Kwiatkowski  A 
1005  'Smoly.rcki  Fredk 
1007  Reynolds  Joseph 
1013  Kypar  Anthony 
1019  Ghickoski  Mike 
1021  Bigun  John 
1025  iStremidh  Margaret 
102'9  Metuck  Joseph 
1031  Jurek  Wm 
1037  New  house 
1039  Sprisdh  Peter 
1041  Mojoski  H 
1043  iRagooinski  John 
1045  Hertuler  John 
1047  Ross  Jacob 
1051  Foreigners 
1061  Bell  Robt 
1063  Bgork  John 
1085  Acres  Ridlid  H 
1087  Stodnuk  Jacob 
1089  Stadwyk  Jacob 
1099  Sidaway  Albt 
1101  Nowak  Thos 
1107  Moore  iRobt 
1111  Muksalaritoh  Mike 
—  St  Barnabas  Mis¬ 
sion  Chu.roh 
McPhilips  intersects 
1141  Smith  Geo 
1143  Skinner  Geo 
1147  Watson  Christopher 
1169  Young  John  H 

SOUTH  SIDE 

130  Grieve  Andw 

136  Dunnill  Jowitt 

140  Hicks  Robt  J 

146  Preice  Wm 

148  Daidlaw  Alfd 

150  iHirsohmann  John  B 

152  Mowat  John  S 

154  Cartwright  Mrs  Susan 

162  Daidlaw  John  W 

164  Keane  Mrs  Mary 

168  Warman  Ghas 

170  Himmelstein  Alfd 

174  McNabb  Arch 

178  Butler  Geo 

1*80  Bremer  Wm  A 

196  Wheeldon  &  Sons 


248 


Main  intersects 

Law  Wm 
250  Smee  Mary 
2/54  Scott  .Robt 
Barker  Albt 
Slater  Andw  J  phys 
Trick  Edigar  G 


2/60 
264 

2i68 

270  Nicholson  Bert 
272  Levin  Sami  B 
276  Blake  M  R  phys 
278  Sloane  Wm  T 
284  Burns  Wm  D 
2'8'6  Selby  John 

Charles  intersects 
—  St  Giles  Church 
29i8  Purdie  James 
298  Howden  Mrs  Carrie 
300  Russell  Chas 
302  Teae’e  Walter 
316  Vacant 
320  Vacant 
322  Goldsmith  Daniel 
324  Heuft  Wm 
334  Teeters  Gilbert 
334  Scott  Melon 
340  Emmett  Stephen 
342  New  house 
34  6  .Smith  Wm 
350  Vacant 

Aikins  intersects 
356  Macdonald  James 
3  5)8  Alcin  Max 
362  Leonoff  Louis 
364  Shane  Louis 
370  Faurer  Max 
372  Fetter  Ferdinand 
376  Lipkin  M 
380  Bu.tland  Wm  G 
384  Kaslovsky  Sami 
388  Gunn  Hymi 
390  Spanier  Wm 
394  Vacant 
398  Barnes  Ohas  T 
400  Walling  Geo  J 
402  Drevanl  Geo 
404  Pryce  Thos 

Salter  intersects 
412  Deroche  Sami  J 
414  Ramanuk  Anton  G 
422  Turner  Thos  C 
426  Ward  Mrs  Alice 
430  Vacant 
432  Williams  Wm  C 
438  Whitehead  Tlhos 
440  Hudma  Peter 
444  Sykes  Geo  R 
448  Bush  Val 
450  Buttor  John 
458  Folis  James  H 
454  Vacant 
45'6  Schafer  Fredk 
462  North  Winnipeg  Hos¬ 
pital 

464  FOLIS  BI.OCK 

Suite — 

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2  Tait  James 

3  Vogle  — 

4  Vacant 

5-6  Taylor  Mrs  — 

7  Dunn  Leonard 

8  Skene  Allan 

9  Hardiwick  John 

10  Hay  Wm 

11  Robertson  Henry 

12  Robertson  — 

13  Burch  Wm 


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464  Vacant  store 
14  Vacant 
Powers  intersects 
47  6  Mattern  Phil 
47  8  Gravoski  Alex 
482  Shlass  Hymie 
484  Heron  John 
480  May  Robt  W 
494  Vacant 
492  Vacant 
500  New  house 
502  New  house 
506  Dorfman  Harry 
514  Miller  Louis 
518  Sterge  Philip 
520  Cernick  Daniel 
528  JBysor  Andw 
530  Perlman  David 

Andrews  intersects 
532  Shild  &  Son 
538  Rodgers  Paul 
540  McTaeeart  Rev  Alex 
546  Brown  Henry  A 
548  Simipkiin  Joseph 
566  Nelson  Andw 
5(68  Tret  Paul 
570  Cohen  H 
562  Nisbett  John 
572  Baker  David 
574  Hapichuk  Mike 
576  Farley  D  Thos 
5i80  Friedman  Morris 
582  Meeting-  Hall 

—  CHLOPAN  BLOCK 

l-'2-3  •Rupp  John 
4-5->6  Corri  Mike 
7-8-9  Pinko  Mike 
10-11-12  Maczula  Geo 
586  iGhlopan  Wm  fruits 
588  Bice  Chas  E  druggist 
590  Ohlopan  Wm  grocer 
592  Crone  Isaac 
598  Anderson  Thos 

McGregor  intersects 
602  Lesniak  Edw 
604  .Sniezk  iBonniff 
608  Bilidhuk  Mike 
6,12  Pal uk  Wm 

616  Foreigners 

618  Foreigners 
620  Sdh.lusinch  Mike 
622  Wisluck  Joseph 
636  Criez  Christ 
638  Levant  Sami 
642  Werter  John 
644  Frej  Thos 

—  Rohertson  Memorial 

Church 

McKenzie  intersects 

—  Robertson  Memorial 

Institute 
658  Smoraden  M 
670  Eichkorn  Fredk 
670  Schram  Adam 
672  Rosenibirt  Jacob 
674  Gawronski  Joseph 
676  Kaz  L 
678  IKlliott  David  J 
680  Harris  Mark 
682  Grinberg  Max 
684  Gawronsiki  Mike 
698  Hinduck  Nich 

Parr  intersects 
700  Foreigners 
716  Musack  Peter 
720  Silkovsky  Mike 
722  Foreigners 
726  Slcafidh  Jo/hn 


7  30  Foreigners 

736  Lower  Chas  L 

742  Dmitrishen  Nicholas 

746  Foreigners 

750  iPerserener  John 

752  Hnatiu  Snovia 

756  Karajcarski  Walter 

760  Foreigners 

762  Billie  Sami 

Arlington  intersects 
786  S.hankur  Peter 
788  Cohen  M  grocer 
790  Kuchma  Mike 
792  Fedovyshyn  Michael 
794  Koyvuski  Peter 
796  Gerrick  Joseph 
79i8  Gavolinski  John 
800  Chidwick  Chas  R 
804  Wack  Carl 
810  Grunuck  John 

Sinclair  intersects 
832  Friedman  Jacob 
834  Solobovitz  Auguste 
854  Occupied 
880  New  house 
884  Gladisch  Paul 
8t8 8  Alders  John 

Battery  intersects 
920  Lesiuk  'Steve 
924  Sartouk  Herman 
928  New  house 
9<30  New  house 
940  Zima  Joseph 

C  P  R  tracks  intersect 
1000  Bukat  John 
1008  Marik  Peter 
1014  Oneshko  Peter 
1050  Foreigners 
1058  Dehun  Sami 
10816  Johnston  James 
1088  Gellatly  Peter 
1092  Antoniszyn  Antoni 
1096  Smith  Crawford 
1100  Bott  Alfd  A 
1102  Gjolstad  Ragwald  J 


BURY  ST.  (formerly 
called  Quelch  St.)  from 
Gallagher  Ave.  to  C.P.R. 
tracks. 

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BUSHNELL,  from  553 
Alexander  to  554  Henry 

EAST  SIDE 

245  James  Edgar 
2,53  Mclnnes  Murdoch 
261  Reed  Mrs  M  E 

263  Brennan  Chas 

Bogan  intersects 
295  Sargent  Wm 
297  Grant  Ed  w 
2i99  Wells  James 
303  Pfeifer  Wm 
305  Krinki  Albt 

WEST  SIDE 

256  Di paolo  Angelo 
2.58  Thomas  David 
260  Mayer  Oscar 
260*4  Mutson  Ivor 
2/6 2  McLeod  Angus  J 

264  Suckling  .Sami  R 


Bogan  intersects 

284  Bell  Joseph  J 
288  Thompson  Mary  J 
294  Schafer  Edw 
298  Wright  Kate 
300  Flynn  James 
304  Tolies  Henry 
306  Partrick  Henry 
310  Flynn  Thos 
312  Boles  Henry 

Henry  here 


CAIRNSMORE  ST.,  from 
Mountain  Ave.  toi  Ma- 
chray  Ave. 

416  Lor  in  Max 
418  Vacant 


CALDER  AVE.  (St.  James 
from  Empress  St.  west 
to  city  limits. 


CADROSSIE  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Pembina 
Road  east  to  Red  River. 


CAMBRIDGE  (Fort  Rouge) 
from  Crescentwood  south 
to  city  limits. 

Godfrey  begins 
Academy  Road 
Colquhoun  begins 
w  s  Russel  James 

Drumore  ends 
Kingsway  Ave. 
Harvard  ends 
Yale  Ave.  ends 
Grosvenor  ends 
Dorchester  ends 
Haskin  begins 
Be  van  Wm 

Corydon  ends 
w  s  Thompson  Ernest 
Jackson  begins 
w  s  Waterman  S 
w  s  Dou borough  Geo 
w  s  Vacant 
e  s  Cheshire  Dairy 

Fleet  Ave.  begins 

—  Cheetham  Joseph 

—  Smith  Alex 

—  Dunnick  Wm 

Lennon  begins 
Mulvey  ends 
Grant  begins 

—  Parker  Laf ranee 

G  T  P  Ry  tracks  intersect 
e  s  Van  Wallegihem  Julius 
e  s  Maple  Leaf  Dairy 
Arnold  Ave.  here 
e  s  Van  WaMeglhem 
Camille 

e  s  Bay  City  Dairy 
e  s  Cambridge  'School 

Morley  Ave.  here 
e  s  Jefferson  Robt 

CNR  tracks  intersect 
w  s  Poitras  Joseph 

Taylor  Ave  here 
City  limits 


CAMDEN  PLACE  runs 
from  Assinliboine  River 
north  to  Portage  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 
Wolseley  here 

491  Randle  Wm 


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484  More  Angus 
486  Simpson  Edw  C 
488  New  house 
490  New  house 
500  Walker  Wm 
502  Pringle  Harry- 
504  Gray  Alex 
506  Simms  Wm 
508  Hartson  James 
510  Patterson  Tho® 

512  Beaudry  Chas 
514  Williams  John 
516  Vacant 
518  Occupied 
520  Sergant  Ernest  G 
522  Macdonald  Wm 
524  Northoote  T 

Nassau  intersects 
552  Gold  Henry 
554  Earp  Richd  A 
556  Sauerwald  Conrad 
568  McCall  Wm 
578  Dawson  Geo 

CNR  tracks  here 


CARLTON,  from  294  As- 
siniboine  Ave  to  oppo¬ 
site  403  Cumberland. 

EAST  SIDE 

19  Kelly  Thos 
21  Dingman  Levi 
25  Chamberlin  Ohas 
27  Stevenson  Mamie  D 
31  Andrew  'Chas  N 
47  McKedhnie  John 
57  Chalmers  Mrs  T  V 
61  Macdonald  Hon  Hugh 
J 

Aikens  intersects 

73  Macdonald  Arch 
79  Thompson  John  A 
83  Nichols  W  R 

Broadway  intersects 
121  Bell  Chas  N 
125  Chisholm  Archd  D 
129  Kidd  Wm 
131  Banks  Mrs  J 
133  MacKissock  Peter 
135  Main  J  Gordon 
137  Potter  Wm 
139  St  John  Emily  J 
147  Bell  W  R 

York  intersects 
159  Craddock  Jolhn 
161  Caldwell  James  McM 
163  Horne  James  M 
165  Ogilvie  E  F 
169  Collins  Jolhn 
175  Cranston  G  W  ( ware¬ 
house) 

177  Modolo  Lucano 
179  Staeger  Lena 
181  Villaarborto  Pierre 
1-8-3  Sykes  Hugh 
185  Mali  War  laundry 
St.  Mary’s  intersects 
233  Westman  Lambert 
Graham  intersects 
251-253  Eaton  (T)  Co  Ltd 
(garage) 

255  Woh  Sang 
257  Storehouse 
259  Rose  Jesse 
261  Hey  mans  Joseph 
Portage  Ave.  intersects 


289  BETTES  BLOCK 

A  Cook  J  I 
B  Craig  E 
C  Young  R  G 
D  Neally  Chas  W 
E  Seaman  O  U 
F  White  Wm 
G  Thomas  A  F 
H  Polinski  CM 

I  Wolfe  Gertrude  F 
J  Armstrong  C 

K  Atchison  W  S 
L  Oles  J  Everett 

1  Farnsworth  Ray 

2  Stafford  Henry  J 

3  'Foley  R  J 

4  Neill  E  A  Mrs 

5  iBower  Geo 
-6  Occupied 

7  Occupied 

8  Trickey  A  W 

9  Holden  Mark 

10  Wolfe  Gertrude 

II  Occupied 

12  Morlev  Joseph  E 

14  Greenberg  Max 

15  Armitage  B  iRobt 

16  Sparks  Allan  T 

17  Andre  G  Marcel 
293  Western  Lightning  Ag¬ 
ency 

293  1900  Washer  Co 
2i95  Boyd  Everett  printer 
301  Williams  Mrs  A  cat¬ 
erer 

303  Boswell  James 
305  City  Digihtning  Co 
Ltd 

307  O  K  Restaurant 
309  Soo  Restauarnt 
311  Chef  Morris  Grill 
317-319  Carlton  House 
321  Poisson  J  Wm 
325  Molntosh  Sarah  wid  D 
327  Matthews  Arthur 
329  Matthews  Arthur 
331  Fell  Is  Wm 
335  Van  Leuven  Mary 
Ellice  intersects 
343  Donnelly  Capt  Chas 
347  Byers  Geo 
349  Thomson  Jennie 
351  Riesbenry  W  <6 
353  Clapp  E  F 
355  Robertson  Mrs  G  M 
357  Wheeland  Ohas 
359  Proudlock  Mrs  H 
361  Battersly  Alfd 
363  Lewis  C  E 
367  Davds  Mrs  Alice 
369  Eggo  A  A 
373  McRae  Marguerite 

377  KIRKLAND  APART¬ 
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3  Middleton  Wm  G 

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5  Wilmott  Dr  Le  Bar¬ 

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6  Towner  Or.rin 

7  McNaughts  A 

8  Lawrence  Mabel 

9  O’Reilly  Arthur  H 

Qu’Appelle  intersects 

383  Brown  Elizabeth 


385  Campbell  Lizzie 
387  Wares  Elizabeth 
389  Jackson  Mrs  E 
391  Occupied 
393  Beattie  A  Mrs 
39(5  Sinclair  Mrs  Thos 
397  Mallory  Victor 
399  Waldie  M  A 
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D  Fleer  Fritz 
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H  Patterson  F  Wm 
I  McCallum  Chas  J 
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Lewis  Ohas  A  janitor 

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-2  McLaughlin 

3  Schilling  Arthur 

4  Whitham  P 

5  Bell  M,rs 

Cumberland  here 

WEST  SIDE 

24  Perdue  Hon  Justice 
Wm  E 

34  Bathgate  J  L 

38  Curry  Benj  J 

66  Ho-well  Hon  Harold 
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1  Palmer  Fredk 

2  Allen  G  W 

3  Monse  Miss  Cora  B 

4  Reid  H 

5  Morkill  W  A 

6  Porter  Fredk 

7  Spencer  Geo 

8  MciGuire  Jolhn  J 

9  Milgett  Arthur 

10  McKinnon  Arch  F 

II  Jakeway  F  H 
12  Burns  Robt 

14  Stone  Edelen  Thos 

J 

15  Bell  T  Herbert 

16  Hay  Miss 

82  Baker  Mrs  !Ella 
Broadway  intersects 
122  Havergal  Collee-e 
146  Nokes  Maurice  H 

York  intersects 
152  Folkes  Chas  G 
1.54  Harvey  Alex 
156  Wyllie  Wm 
158  Johnstone  John  W 
162  Hazelwood  Mrs  H 
164  Young  Geo  A 
168  Whittaker  John  F 
170  McKenzie  J  R 
174  Myers  Abraham  W 
176  Batson  John  J 
178  Byrne  Mary 
182  Naylor  James  L 
186  McMahon  Mrs  Jolhn  J 
H88  Armstrong  Thos 
194  McHenry  Henry 
198  Brennan  Jeanne 
St.  Mary’s  intersects 
202-204  Browning  Henry 


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206-208  Et'heil  John 
210  Kennedy  John 
212  Lachapelle  Andw 
214  Thomas  Wm  H 
216  McGillivray  Ardh 
218  Mieler  Mrs  E  D 
220  Andetrson  Jothn 
222  Hamilton  Arthur 
224  Dunham  Geo  iW 
226  Hodgins  Ed\y 
228-230  Aberdeen  Court 
22,8-230  Cochrane  Mi's  T 
236  Thomas  Evan 
238  Andrews  Mrs  Hattie 
240  Conley  Anna 
242  Lee  S  <&  Co 

Graham  intersects 
254  Brough  J 
260  Patton  R  J 
262  Hine  Caroline  M 
2162  McBride  Tlho,s 
264  Boardman  Chas  F 
266  Cox  Jo!hn 
270  Kerr  'Rotot 
272  Clark  Bros  &  Hughes 
274  Steele  iBros  Invest¬ 

ments  Ltd 

274  Steele  MitdheDl  Ltd 

pfhoto  supplies 
276  Parker  O  barber 
278  Brunell  Louis  P  tailor 
286  Giss  Gustav  tailor 
Portage  intersects 
300-308  Manitoba  Free 
■Press 

310  Detroit  Electric  Service 
Station 

310-312  Canadian  Motor  Co 
316  McKniglht  Wm  S 
318-3s20  Saver, brei  Mrs  E 
M 

318-320  Minto  Hall 
322  Kelly  Wm  H 
326  Hop  Sing  laundry 
328  Brine  C  H 

Ellice  intersects 
330  Eagle  Mrs  Elizabeth 
334  Stewart  Eliz 
342  Deacon  Mrs  W  H 
344  Parr  Wm  H 
346  Weldon  A  C 
348  Dunwoody  Sami 
252  Parker  Justice 
356  Girvin  John  A 
360  Cleghorn  James  G  T 
362  Burns  C  T 
368  King-Church  J  C 
—  Warwick  apartments 
side  entrance 
Qu’Appelle  intersects 
Central  Park 
Cumberland  here 


CABMAN  AVE.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  from  Glenwood 
Crescent  east  to  Kel¬ 
vin  Road  4th  north  of 
Hespeler  Ave. 

25  Learmouth  Wm 

27  Paul  Walter 

29  Culverwell  Harold 

30  Denike  Wm  N 

31  Curie  Cecil 

33  Bamford  Wm  W 

35  New  house 

36  Brigden  Joseph 

37  Devlin  John 


39  Court  Ernest 
41  Lawrence  Henry  J 

44  Vacant 

45  Smith  Herbert  G 

46  Konopelnyk  Annie 
Beatrice  intersects 

61  Creggan  Pete 
63  Ross  Percy  J 
78  Stoneham  Albt  F 
108  Browning  Geo 


CARNEGIE  ST.  (Noble 
Park),  from  Vopni  Ave. 
north  to  Geyser  Ave. 

w  s  Robinson  Herbt  J 

Hekla  intersects 


CARRIE  ST.,  from  Geyser 
Ave.  south 


CARRIERE  AVE.,  from 
St.  Mary’s  Road  to  Seine 
River 

8  Moore  Rev  Cunningham 
10  Strong  Arthur  J 
42  Wilkes  Phil 
46  Clegg  John 
48  Ironside  Ernest 
n  s  Simmons  Henry  G 
62  Boiteau  Alex 
Rue  Des  Meurons  intersects 
70  Benner  C  S 
n  s  New  house 
82  Rushton  Joseph 
84  Tillett  Thos 
90  Ham  Geo 

Dawson  Road  here 
Youville  St  here 
123  Wyatt  Henry 
133  McIntyre  Wm 


CARRUTHERS  AVE.  (St. 
John’s),  from  Main  west 
to  city  limits 
Odd  numbers  north  side 
Norfolk  St  intersects 
256  Hussey  Walter 
258  Woolley  Bernard  G 
Aikins  St  intersects 
28l5  Harris  Geo 
297  East  Geo  H 
305  Belford  Wm  H 
307  Goddard  Geo 
309  McPherson  Walter  G 
315  Masters  Elijah 
321  Masters  Nathaniel  B 
36;i  Mitchell  Walter  J 
n  s  Wanderers  Cricket 
Grounds 

383  Matthew  Sidney  H 
387  Binns  James  A 
399  Smith  John  R 

Powers  here 

425  McArthur  David 
453  Wurtak  Joseph 
459  Rhiel  Joihn 
467  Druce  Chas 
469  Young  Levi  M 
Copp  St  here 
McGregor  intersects 
529  Webster  Frank 
539  West  Mrs  Georgina 
741  Chamberlain  Edw 
741  North  West  Dairy 
C  P  R  tracks  intersect 
757  Sunnybank  Dairy 
757  Tennant  John 


759  Green  Gustave 
761  Luton  Percy 
763  Vacant 
771  Vacant 

Sinclair  intersects 

n  s  Taylor  James 
n  s  Cooper  Harry 

Einne  St  intersects 
n  s  Davidson  John  S 

McPhillips  intersects 


CARTER  AVE.  (Formerly 
Carlaw),  (Fort  Rouge), 
from  C.  N.  R.  Track  west 
to  Cambridge  St. 

703  Lawrence  Laurie 
708  Spencer  Manuel 
710  Mann  Chas 
717  Gerard  Flow 
727  Coles  Richd 

Lilac  intersects 
801  McCallum  Archd 
Wentworth  intersects 

842  McComb  Wm 

843  Bannister  Thos  G 

844  Hollands  John 

845  Davis  Albt  E 

846  Shepherd  Robt 

847  Clifford  Clive 
849  Warwick  Robt 
851  Morton  Sami 
853  Logan  John 

855  Benjamin  Cyrus  A 
857  Smith  Edmund 

Stafford  intersects 


CARTER  AVE.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  now  called  Tal¬ 
bot  Ave. 


CARTWRIGHT  PLACE 
(Subdivision  St.  James), 
situated  west  of  city, 
bounded  by  Notre  Dame 
Ave.  and  Portage  Ave. 


CASEY  ST.  (Riverview, 
Fort  Rouge),  from  Ar¬ 
nold  Ave.  south  to  Clare 
Ave. 

e  s  Riverview  School 


CASS  ST.,  runs  from  Notre 
Dame  East  south  to  Wa¬ 
ter  St. 


CASTLE  (Elmwood),  from 
C.  P.  R.  main  line  east  to 
Foster 

NORTH  SIDE 

515  Hill  Harry 
517  Watson  Arthur 
519  Smith  Geo 
521  Johnston  Arthur 
525  Gullevan  Harry  R 
527  Carter  Ernest 
535  Greaves  Fred 
537  Cann  A  M 
539  Godrick  Ernest  A 
541  Brew  Albt  W 
545  Livingstone  Thos 
555  McSkimming  James 
557  Heath  Geo  H 
5'59  Watson  Robt 
563  Duncan  John 
571  Orr  Wm  P 


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Cathedral 


129 

Ballentine  Fred  S 

133 

Triggerson  Chas  J 

135 

Clam  si  11  Phillip 

147 

Black  James  T 

Emslie  intersects 

163 

Bramwell  Fredk 

165 

Salter  Rev  Ernest  J 

B 

167 

Joyce  Wm  H 

171 

Foster  Mrs  Maria 

175 

Morin  James  O 

179 

Conacher  James 

183 

Doe  Alfd 

n  s 

Knelman  Altel  wood 

and  coal 

Main  intersects 

223 

Gardiner  Walter  H 

226 

Ciwuk  Nicholas 

227 

Henderson  Benj 

Charles  intersects 

259 

More  John  Wm 

263 

Roy  Alex  S 

265 

Alward  Frieze  C 

267 

Crease  Fredk 

269 

Moore  Robt  A 

271 

Thomas  Louis  N 

273 

Briggs  Wheatley 

279 

Mutchmor  A  Percy 

283 

Vacant 

285 

Marks  Alvin  H 

287 

Peace  Geo 

289 

Kolb  John  H 

Aikins  intersects 

311 

New  house 

313 

Mintz  Benj 

315 

Mintz  Benj 

317 

Bjorklund  Rev  John 

E 

321 

Anderson  Thurston 

M 

323 

Roberts  John  A 

329 

Fyfe  David  R 

343 

Corrie  John 

Salter  intersects 

377 

Dunbar  Wm 

381 

Butterworth  Arthur 

385 

Rust  James 

387 

Sparling  Wm  C 

391 

Donald  Alex 

399 

Beyman  Eric 

403 

Taylor  Wm  J 

407 

Bailey  Herbert 

411 

Po-lkert  Mary  (wid 

Alois) 

Powers  intersects 

439 

Sc'harman  E 

441 

Harth  Carl 

445 

Winchester  Walter 

447 

Fiahs  Geo 

449 

Richardson  J  C 

449 Vo  New  house 

451 

Oma  Anistena 

453 

Zinkiewiiz  Joe 

456 

Black  Joseph 

457 

Duezak  Heinr 

459 

Borni  John 

461 

Ruf  Rheinhart 

465 

Quinn  Louis 

471 

Stepka  Walter 

473 

Schafer  Jacob 

475 

Pastuch  Alex 

477 

Karmusick  John 

481 

Pacholuk  D 

483 

Muntin  Nick 

485 

Stranger  Frank 

497 

Yost  Andw 

521 

Palmer  Mrs  Anna 

523 

Cunningham  Alex 

525 

Owers  Geo 

527 

McNab  Andw 

573  Joscelyn  Alex 
575  Frederickson  Christian 
595  Davies  Geo 
597  Pitman  Joshua  James 
Minto  intersects 
Grey  intersects 
607  Rouschek  Chas 
609  Renwick  Chas 
611  Baak  P  G 
613  Henderson  John 

619  Mackie  Wm 

623  Vacant 

625  Bray  Walter 
631  Sanders  H  A 
639  Taylor  Henry 
641  McCrindle  Mrs  C 
SOUTH  SIDE 
504  Rust  Vincent 
506  Bergquist  Geo 
510  Fyfe  Thos  H 
512  Sault  Dan 
514  Mitchell  James 
516  Petterson  Ardwid 
520  Barker  Alfd 
522  Wade  Albt 
524  Walker  Hugh 
526  Adams  Edgar 
5261/k  Cook  Fredk 
5>28  Nichols  L 
530  Collins  John 
542  Welch  Wm 
544  De  Haan  Geo 
558  McQueen  John 
560  Windpenny  Richd 
568  Foreigners 
570  Vacant 
586  McCloy  Henry 
588  Greer  Hugh 
590  Linden  Alex 
592  Proofer  Arthur 
—  New  church 

Minto  intersects 
Grey  intersects 

620  Sillery  John 
622  Crawford  Alex 

624  Roberts  Geo  John 
630  Houston  Thos 
636  Jones  Alonzo 

644  Grange  Chas 


CATHEDRAL  AVE.,  from 
Red  River  west  to  city 
limits 

NORTH  SIDE 

Scotia  intersects 

29  Conder  Chas 
31  Woodward  Elbert  W 
33  Rasmussen  Chas 
45  Parks  Frank  E 
47  Kelsey  Edwin  E 
49  Carberry  Sami 
51  Maclnnes  John  S 
53  Corey  Thos 
55  Creery  Chas  A 
57  Crawford  Robt 
61  Nicol  Geo  O 
65  To.shack  Wm  E 
St  Cross  intersects 
73  Sutherland  James 
75  Stokes  Geo  T 
77  Gordon  Wm  M 
85  Syme  Fredk  H 
89  Munroe  James  F 
91  Scott  Robt  R 
95  Moorhouse  John  M 
i^1  Bonnett  Arthur  J 
121  Wilkinson  Milton  D 


535  Lang  Bertram 
549  Sprangers  Wm  H 
McGregor  intersects 
571  Stark  Walter 
573  Cameron  Hugh 
575  Fletcher  Robt 
577  Jamieson  Thos  A  L 
579  Johnstone  Robt 
581  Harwood  Harry 
597  Malcolm  John 
599  Wheeler  Geo 
601  Trotter  Arthur 
603  Milne  Forbes 
605  Bissett  Peter 
607  Mark  Paul 
609  Kon  Louis 
611  Lundgren  Alfd 
613  McCaw  Milton 
615  Stewart  Chas  E 
617  Vascaritch  John 
633  Elliston  Augustus  E 
625  Dixon  Edw 
627  Richmond  James 
629  Holden  John 
631  Pierce  Geo 
633  Vacant 
657  Vacant 
659  Vacant 
663  Vacant 
665  Vacant 

Farr  intersects 
n  s  New  house 
n  s  New  house 
726  Shapiro  Max 

Arlington  intersects 
C  P  R  tracks  intersect 
Sinclair  intersects 
Arlies  intersects 
947  Cousins  Wm 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Scotia  intersects 

28  Spearman  Geo 
30  Donald  Wm  M 
32  Marriott  Claude 
34  Burns  Walter 
36  Nelson  Axel 
40  McCrea  John 
44  Vacant 

48  Bannerman  Mrs  D 
50  Conrad  Arthur 
52  Horn  Mrs  Thos  M 
56  Vacant 
60  Fox  Chas  H 
62  Fox  Chas  H 
64  Perry  Elgin  R 
68  Hook  Constance  E 
Mac  intersects 
78  Chataway  Chas  C 
82  Evans  Cecil  N  W 
88  Hanby  Geo 
88y2  Smith  Anne  (wid 
Edwin) 

94  Poison  Jessie  (wid 
-A.1  ex ) 

106  Stevens  Douglas-* M 
108  Johnson  Caroline 
110  Harrison  Wilfred  O 
112  Belcher  Fred  P 
114  Morris  Wm 
116  Restail  Sidney  A 
118  Brown  H  Lawson 
120  Foley  Edw  C 
1122  Hill  Joseph  T 

Emslie  intersects 
150  Johnson  Dr  Carl  E 
152  Villardson  John 


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156  Macken  Chas  R 
158  Basted  John  Henry- 
160  Deighton  L  S 
162  McConnell  Wm  G 
166  Salmon  John  L 
170  Read  Thos 
172  Clyne  David 
174  Lofthouse  Geo 
176  Lawrence  John  R 
178  Sinclair  Thos  F 
180  Clark  James 
182  Duke  Edmond  M 
184  Reid  Geo 

186  Phillips  Mary  A  (wid 
Henry) 

Main  intersects 
Charles  intersects 

—  St  Joseph’s  Church 

(Presbyterian) 

2i54  Crawford  Joseph  B 
256  Ack  and  Clifford  M 
258  Brown  Chas 
260  Chalmers  John  B 
262  McLean  Alex 
268  Niven  Rev  John  M 
270  Gardiner  Robt 
272  Campbell  Donald  E 
284  Beech  Thos  W 
286  Cox  Harry  A 
288  Fot'heringham  Robt  B 
290  Plaxton  Curtis  W 
Aikins  intersects 
310  Isenberg  Jacob 
312  Vacant 

314  Reid  David  Buchanan 
316  Coughlin  John  D 
320  Underwood  Robt 
322  Oliver  Wm  F 
324  Johnstone  Leslie 
330  Cooper  Albt  B 
332  Langley  Arthur 
336  Groundwater  Wm 
338  Morrison  Malcolm 
340  Fultz  Chester  L 
344  Cameron  Wm 
346  Burstow  Stanley  J 
3  48  White  Wm  H 

Salter  intersects 
358  Anderson  Richd 
370  McConvey  Robt 
382  Greenberg  David 
384  Creighton  Mrs  James 
386  Fargey  Harry  A 
390  Halkuluk  Sophie 
392  Goldstone  Frank  P 
394  Wheatley  Helen  (wid 
Alfd) 

396  Hutchins  Ernest  J 
398  Belcher  Chas 
400  Robinson  Frank 
402  Walton  Wm 
404  Stibbard  Margaret  (wid 
Harry) 

406  Neville  John 

Powers  intersects 

—  Fire  Hall  No  13 
444  Porsky  Stanley 

446  Rabinovich  Wm  groc 

448  Meder  John 

450  Jestadt  Velanten 

452  Jestadt  Joseph 

454  Mitchell  Peter 

456  Herman  Harry 

458  Ritchie  Geo 

460  Hunt  Arthur 

464  Wilson  Geo 

466  Ko  wen  sky  Wm 


468  Maer  Jacob 
470  Rosser  Wm 
480  Sybulsk  Lydwick 
486  Mashick  Steve 
488  Dak  Fred 
496  Hart  John 
498  Hawley  Sami  F 
508  Vacant 

510  Clatenburg  James 
512  Allison  Geo 
514  Ball  Chas  H 

McGregor  intersects 
562  Green  John 
568  Rushworth  Wm 
572  Rushworth  Fred 
580  Taciuk  Fred 
582  Smith  Thos 
584  Loft  Thos 
586  Nanson  Anne 
590  Thorgeirson  Joseph  W 
618  Lacaille  Emery 
620  Vacant 
622  Atkinson  Geo 
624  Ware  Fred 
626  Begg  James 
628  Haslam  Harry 
630  Lawson  Walter 
646  New  house 
648  New  House 
650  New  house 
657  Occupied 
659  Vacant 
663  Vacant 

Parr  intersects 
Arlington  intersects 
736  Curry  Thos 

C  P  R  tracks  intersect 
Sinclair  intersects 

—  Knowles  Wm 

—  McLean  Dugald 

Arlies  intersects 


CATHEDRAL  (St.  Boni¬ 
face),  from  Taclie  to  C. 
N.  R.  Track 

NORTH  SIDE 

—  Archbishop’s  Palace 

Aulneau  intersects 

65  Piper  Henry 
67  Pelletier  Doria 
69  Jacques  Arthur 
71  Ennis  John 

Ritchot  ends 

—  St  Joseph’s  Academy 
Des  Meurons  intersects 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Aulneau  intersects 

—  Le  Petit  Seminare 
12  Andre  Mathurin 
16  Searle  Henry 

Langevin  ends 
30  Ponton  Fortunat 
3  2  Andre  M  butcher 
34  La  Pierre  — 

36  St  Ouge  Edmund 
3f>y2  St  Onge  Edmond 
38  Desrosier  Joseph 
40  Langlois  Wilfred 
Ritchot  ends 
160  Fink  Bro  James  H 
St  Jean  Baptiste  intersects 

—  Ecole  Provencher 

De  la  Morinie  intersects 
90  Britain  Ernest 
92  Smith  Alex 
96  Deschesne  Chas 
Des  Meurons  intersects 


CATHERINE  AVE.  (C.  F. 
R.  Town),  from  Blake 
St.  east 

12  Tarino  S 
12  Tarino  House 


CAUCHON  (Fort  Rouge), 
from  332  River  Ave.  to 
Spadina 

EAST  SIDE 

100  Bell  Wm 

106  Carruthers  Frank  F 

108  Chamiey  A  E 
110  Vacant 

112  Crowe  Alex  F 

118  White  D  Roderick 

120  Murray  Wm  W 
122  Hill  Arthur 
126  Anderson  Axel 

—  FONTANA  APART¬ 
MENTS 

WEST  SIDE 

99  Wright  Arch 

101  Stark  Phil 

107  Potts  Arthur  E 

109  Stacey  Robt 

113  Ellison  Marg  M 
117  Johnson  James 

119  Murphy  Milton  B 

121  Erzinger  Geo  E 
125  Hall  Harold  C 


CAUCHON  (Norwood), 
from  Dinden  to  St. 
Mary’s 

Dinden  Ave  here 
Lome  Ave  intersects 
s  s  MacCormack  John  W 
Dufferin  Ave  intersects 
St  Mary’s  Road  here 


CAWDOR  ST.  (Aston 
Grove),  runs  from  Dover- 
court  Ave.  north 


CENTENNIAL  ST.  (Cen¬ 
tennial  Park),  from  God¬ 
frey  south  to  C.  N.  R. 
tracks 

EAST  SIDE 

Academy  Road  intersects 

188  Robinson  James  T 
216  Fenton  Fred 
218  Faulks  Wm 
258  Worthing  James 
274  Bourne  Wm  J 

Kingsway  intersects 
312  Eaton  Henry  W 
444  Orr  Johep:h  H 
450  Ekins  Walter 
458  Landrieu  Alfd 
470  Vacant 
472  Owens  Walter 
476  Cowley  Fletcher 
Haskins  intersects 
—  McKenzie  — 

Jackson  intersects 
Lennon  Ave  intersects 
e  s  Savage  Geo  H 
e  s  Smith  Wm 
e  s  Parisian  Harry 
e  s  Juthier  L  E 

Grant  Ave  intersects 


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189  Faulks  Fred 

229  Hodgkinspn  Wm  A 

2l31  Murray  John  B 

233  Rexstrew  Herbt  R 

23  5  Parson  C 

237  Dunkley  Wm 

245  Wilson  Wesley  R 

247  Finch  Andw  J 

263  Macvey  Edwin  W  S 

265  Shannon  A 

267  Cox  John 

King's  way  intersects 
w  s  Kershaw  Henry 
w  s  Evans  Edw 
453  Edwards  Harry 

—  Dawson  Geo 

—  Phillips  Frank 
Haskins  intersects 

w  s  New  house 

Jackson  Ave  intersects 

CENTRAL  AVE.  (Arm¬ 
strong's  Point)  from 
Assiniboine  R.ver  to  Cor¬ 
nish  East 

EAST  SIDE 
9  Mott  E  A 
13  Vacant 
15  Phillipps  Hugh 
33  McIntyre  David 
37  Jandine  Arbuckle 

47  Vacant 

51  Ryan  James  Jr 
*55  Ryan  James 
89  Jenkins  B  S 
99  Rvan  Geo  R 
117  Hunt  Theo 
12")  Gedides  John 
137  McKerchar  J  A 
149  McMahon  W  G 

WEST  SIDE 

1  <6  Winslow  Edw  P 

32  Shepherd  Peter  O 

33  Doupe  Jacob  D 

48  Foster  Mrs  Clara 

60  Campbell  Mrs  M  (wid 
Alex) 

100  Campbell  W  J 
130  Glasgow  Dr  F  W 
132  Soot  H  R 
136  Ghevrier  Horace 
140  iSpeirs  Jdhn  T 


CENTRE  AVE.,  from  Xee- 
watin  St.  west  to  Rosser 
Road 


CENTRE  AVE.  (Wood- 
lawn  Park),  from  Lotus 
Ave.  northwest 

n  s  Vacant 


CENTRE  ST.,  Portage 
Ave.  to  Notre  Dame, 
hounded  on  west  by  St. 
James  St. 

Portage  Ave  here 
Ellice  intersects 

w  .s  Ferguson  Finlay 
145  Glen  Wm 
w  s  Taylor  Peter 

Sargent  intersects 

—  Man  Gypsum  Mills 
boarding  house 


w  s  Brown  John  M 
w  s  Man  Gypsum  Co  Ltd 
w  s  Stephens  G  F  &  Co 
(varnish  dept) 

Wellington  intersects 
Saskatchewan  intersects 


CHALMERS  AVE.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  runs  east  from 
Kelvin  to  C.  P.  R.  Tracks 
(formerly  called  Cham¬ 
bers) 

NORTH  SIDE 
Kelvin  here 

167  Nordin  Andw 
169  Carlston  Emanuel 
171  Hellett  Alfd  C 
173  Robinson  Sami 
179  Wales  Daizel 
181  Peterson  John 
183  Pepper  Wm 
183i£  Tum’inson  Wm 
185  Robins  Thos 
189  Carse  James 
191  Thompson  Regd 
193  Anderson  Peter 
195  Elstrom  Axel 

Brazier  here 
249  Norton  Andw 
253  Erickson  Carl 
259  Broadfoot  David 
261  Holmberg  Abel 
263  Viborg  Mrs  H 
267  Sutherley  Eric 
289  McGregor  Thos 
291  Josephson  Chas 
293  Short  Harry 
297  Cauley  Victor 
299  Mills  Emily  B 
30'3  Karlstrom  M 
309  E  lstrom  Harmen 
311  Tatterlind  Toffield 
313  Wallace  Wm 
313  V2  McLaren  James 
315  Lewis  James 
319  Cooke  Geo  Thos 
Roch  intersects 
345  New  house 
347  New  house 
349  New  house 
’.5i  Woods  Arthur 
353  Hermiston  Alberta 
359  Syks  Wm 
365  Dixon  John  N 
367  Foreigners 
379  Morrow  David 
381  Vermilyea  Horace 
385  Cowell  Arthur 
385  Brassart  Foundry 
389  Kelly  Walter 
393  Creuchuck  John 
397  McLaren  Thos 
403  AUan  John  A 
405  Chambers  Wm 
407  Conder  Henry 
Watt  begins 

419  Western  Steel  &  Iron 
Co  Ltd 

C  P  R  tracks  here 

549  Foreigners 

553  Scheir  John 

555  Foreigners 

557  Smith  Wm  H 

559  Lobley  Thos 

563  Pritchard  Fredk  A 

627  New  house 

639  Clydesdale  Stewapt 


641  Wilson  Donald 
645  Beaubien  Eugene 
SOUTH  SIDE 
164  Marlor  Chris 
166  Simpson  Geo 
174  Johnson  John  F 
176  Puller  John  C 
180  Copeland  John 
182  Villam-Blom  Nicholas 
186  Spalding  Mrs  Margaret 
188  Whitehall  Jrnpes 
192  Morrow  Wm 
196  Goodall  James 
198  Harrison  Geo  A 
Brazier  here  (n  s) 

250  Youngson  Ernest 
254  Caslake  Bert 
256  Sedgwick  Harry 
2-5 8  Sedgwick  John 
264  Dufva  Jacob 
266  Stoner  John 
280  Buley  Horace 
304  Wellwood  Ira 
30LO  Rost  Chas 
316  Rogers  Pete 

Roch  intersects 
326  Shaw  Mrs  Julia 
340  Burr  Chris 
342  Whitehead  Wm 
344  Hughes  James 
346  Goldfind  Jacob 
354  Mayhew  Baldwin  S 
356  Leitch  James  R 
358  Cruikshank  Geo 
372  Ericson  Edw 
376  Eastman  Ernest 
378  Alexander  David 
380  Berryman  Geo 

Watt  begins  (n  s) 

C  P  R  here 


CHAMBERLAIN  AVE.  (In¬ 
dustrial  Centre),  from 
Keewatin  St.  west  to 
Rosser  Road 


CHAMBERLAIN  AVE., 
from  McPhillips  St.  to 
Hearn  St. 


CHAMBERS,  from  674 
Alexander  to  655  Henry 
EAST  SIDE 

253  Brown  Alf 

257  Striowski  Julius 
2571/4  Striowski  Edw 
259  Gibbons  Albt 

263  Gibbons  Geo 
267  Dack  Sidney  G 
269  Lawton  Sami 

269  MacFarlane  James  L 
269  Dougherty  Geo 
269  Turner  John 
297  Vacant 

Logan  intersects 
301  Canada  Metal  Co  Ltd 
311  Watson  John  Mfg  Co 
Henry  here 
WEST  SIDE 
256  Robinson  Robt 

258  Thompson  Mrs  Mar¬ 

garet 

264  Jago  Fred  M 
26 4i/2  Roche  Patk 

Logan  intersects 
286  Duncan  Geo  L 


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CHAMPLAIN  ST.  (No»- 
wood),  from  Oak  Ave. 
south  to  Riverville  Ave. 

14  Moen  Thos 
e  s  New  house 
e  s  New  house 
e  s  New  house 

Dubuc  intersects 

w  s  Barnes  Mrs  Janet 
ws  Watson  Wm 


C  HAND  OS  (Norwood)  from 
Red  River  to  Third  St. 

EAST  SIDE 

64  Hopkins  Randall  W 

68  Johnson  Andw  O 
70  Johnston  John  H 
74  Cox  Joseph  P 

76  McDermot  Mrs  Guille- 

mine 

80  Davidson  Alex  M 
82  Fowler  Alvin 

84  Robertson  Angus 
88  Carrier  Louis 

WEST  SIDE 
Linden  intersects 

63  Ayston  Wm 

65  Flockton  Sami 
67  Lettner  Andw 

69  Hume  Ceo 

73  Keeling  Chas  W 

77  Delve  Joseph 

81  Milne  Wm  T 

85  McNaughton  Mrs  Jes¬ 

sie 


CHARLES  ST.,  from  Suth¬ 
erland  north  to  Athol 

EAST  SIDE 

7  Andrushek  Vasyl 
9  Kopechi  Emil 
13  Botcharski  Nich 
15  Botcharski  Roman 
21  Ouc'har  Fredk 

Jarvis  intersects 
41  Cavonovich  Chas 
43  Booke  Louis 
43  (rear)  Macho  Solomom 
45  Weidman  Abraham 
49  Goldenberg  Mrs  Ra¬ 
chel 

51  Cohen  Joseph 
53  Overbrook  Max 
55  Schuster  Rachel 

Dufferin  intersects 

71  Vacant 
73  Studnetz  Mat 
77  Tentzer  Abraham 
79  Moses  Frank 
81  Levin  Benj 

Stella  intersects 
Flora  intersects 
—  Jewish  Free  School 
Selkirk  intersects 
143  Ga'skv  Mike 
145  Poluk  John 
147  Sterovschuk  Joseph 
149  Muliavski  Fred 
Pritchard  intersects 
169  Hind  Ralph 
173  Clark  Geo 

Manitoba  intersects 
Magnus  intersects 


Burrows  intersects 
Alfred  intersects 
Aberdeen  intersects 
Redwood  intersects 
Boyd  intersects 
College  intersects 
361  Stiedl  Henry- 
363  Hetherington  Mrs  Eliz¬ 
abeth  J 

367  Brown  Julius  A 
385  Todd  Frank  S 
389  Thomas  Richd 

St  John  intersects 

411  Alley  Albt 
415  Morris  Robinson 
419  Parker  Benj  C 
423  Mott  Jarvis 
427  Haight  Willett  D 
429  Gregur  Fredk 
431  Gillespie  Donald  R 
Anderson  intersects 
Church  intersects 
493  Webber  Wm  J 

Machray  intersects 
Cathedral  intersects 
Bannerman  intersects 
—  BANNERMAN  APART¬ 
MENTS 
Suite — 

1  MacGillivray  Angus 

janitor 

2  Vacant 

3  McMurray  James 

4  Saltzman  Harry 

5  Corbett  Wm  G 

6  Hyde  Alf  E 

7  Irving  A  Wilson 

8  Ringham  E  B 

9  McEwen  Geo  A 

10  Green  S  Hart 

11  Murray  Richd  G 

12  White  Mrs  Jessie 

(wid  James) 

14  Benson  Mrs  Jo¬ 

seph  N 

15  King  Orville 
553  Maw  son 

555  Jackson  Harold 

Atlantic  intersects 
Poison  intersects 
599  Green  Geo 

Athole  intersects 
Inkster  here 
WEST  SIDE 
Jarvis  intersects 
42  Salamon  David 
44  Debovsky  Nathan 
46  Roumanian  Congrega¬ 
tional  Church 
50  Selikson  Wul# 

50  (rear)  Baker  Sami 
54  Friedman  Adolph 
68  Belleau  Geo 
70  Cruftz  Joseph 
72  Herman  Isaac 
74  Cohen  Harry 
76  Tahwois  Rev  B  Moses 
78  Shulman  Peter 
80  A'liso”  Vbt 
84  Cann  Edwin 

Stella  intersects 
90  Brownstein  Mrs  B 
94  Saltzman  Mrs  Eva 
96  Shatsky  Louis 
98  Lamb  Robt  S 
100  Simpson  Wm 
102  Hermand  M 


104  Liebovitch  Leon 
108  Dart  Henry 
112  Larson  Leonard  M 
114  Portigal  Max 
116  Simonson  Olaf 

Flora  intersects 
132  Vacant 

140  Wagner  &  Bookt  pro¬ 
duce 

Selkirk  intersects 
Pritchard  intersects 

—  Winnipeg  Public  Baths 
Manitoba  intersects 

—  St  Giles  Presbyterian 

Church 

Burrows  intersects 

—  Tabernacle  Baptist 

Church 

200  Police  Station  E 
Magnus  intersects 
216  Ross  Wm  F 

Alfred  intersects 
Aberdeen  intersects 
2*9  2  Hume  Alex 

—  Machray  School 
294  Christie  John  R 
296  Stewart  Wm 
298  Coyle  John  B 

380  Sutherland  Danl  J 
382  Tyler  David 

Aberdeen  intersects 

—  LEWISTON  APART¬ 

MENTS 

Suite — 

1  Campbell  Geo 

2  Woodward  — 

3  Blaney  Wm  S 

4  Stewart  John 

5  Larocque  Arthur 

6  White  Wm 

7  Kelly  Thos 

8  Morton  James 

9  Vidar  Grinndal 

10  Cassie  Joseph 

11  Duncan  Wm 

12  Macintosh  David 

13  Storeroom 

14  Storeroom 

15  Evans  John  janitor 

16  Bullock  Wm 

17  Kovachy  Rev  Louis 

E 

18  Gregg  Percy 

19  Horton  Wm 

20  Horton  James 

21  Sanders  Herbert 

22  Ogston  James 

23  Thornton  John 

24  Horton  Wm 

25  Anderson  Geo 

26  Hillis  Henry 

27  Campbell  Ewen 

28  Horn  James 
Redwood  intersects 

Boyd  intersects 
College  intersects 

—  Machray  School 
Mountain  intersects 

398  Chaplin  Henry  E 
St  John’s  intersects 
420  Manson  David  S 
426  Grisdale  Geo 
430  Warburton  Isabella 
Anderson  intersects 
Church  intersects 
Machray  intersects 
Cathedral  intersects 


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Bannerman  intersects 
Atlantic  intersects 
Poison  intersects 
Athol  intersects 

—  McDonald-Dure  Lum¬ 
ber  Co  (Yard  3) 


CHARLOTTE,  from  341 
Notre  Dame  to  340  Wil¬ 
liam 

PAST  SIDE 

45  White  Wm 
53  Woodward  Geo 

57  Carpenter  James  P 
59  Bennett  R 

61  Guy  Robt  R 

63  Gaunt  Mrs  Sarah 
McDermot  intersects 

85  Clark  Wm  P 
89  Hunter  Alexander 
93  Miller  John 

95  Wood  Geo 
Bannatyne  intersects 

119  Lightfoot  Transfer  Co 

(whse) 

121  Western  Paint  Co 
(The) 

121  Rock  City  Tobacco  Co 

Ltd 

125  Jackson  Adam 
127  Vacant 

William  here 
WEST  SIDE 

58  Clark  &  Co 

64  New  garage 
66  Douglas  John 

74  Government  Telephone 
Exchange 

McDermot  intersects 

83  Yeomans  Adeline  (wid 
Chas) 

92  Verschoot  Chas 

96  Smith  Bridgett 

Sami) 

98  Strachan  A  R 
100  Hull  Mrs  Susan 
102  Lewis  Ernest  E 
Bannatyne  intersects 
112  Heuchart  Mrs  Elizabeth 
116  Ferguson  Stephen  S 

120  Hammond  &  Rodway 
120  Slater  Geo  V 

122  McArthur  Carriage  Wks| 

William  here 


CHERITON  AVE.  (Oakland 
Grove),  runs  from  East 
Kildonan  Road  east 


CHERRIER  ST.  (Nor¬ 
wood),  from  Archibald 
west  to  Seine  River 

NORTH  SIDE 
Seine  River  here 

29  Jopick  John 

Dufresne  here 

23  Gorich  Fred 
33  Foreigners 
55  Foreigners 
59  Vacant 
63  Godwick  Frank 
67  Vacant 

71  Rouschnak  Avriou 
77  Nappe  Richd 
79  Tamerman  Camille 

91  Ida  Alphonse 
103  Rouck  John 
105  Foreigners 

109  Komorofsky  Peter 
Archibald  St  here 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Dufresne  here 

84  Powell  Louie 
88  Decoyne  Alphonse 

92  Foreigners 

94  Bakener  Ohuste 
96  Monantz  Ademan 
102  Foreigners 


CHESTERFIELD  AVE. 
(St.  James),  from  King 
Edward  St.  west  to  Peach 
St. 


(wid  j 


CHATAWAY  BOULEVARD 

(Tuxedo  Park),  from 
Wilkes  Ave.  north  to  As- 
siniboine  River. 


CHATHAM  ST.  (Rosser), 
runs  from  Kitchener  Ave. 
north 


CHEDDLETON  PEACE 

(Subdivision  Fort  Rouge), 
between  Frederic  Ave. 
and  Raymond  Ave. 


CHELSEA  AVE.  (Henley 
.  wood),  from  Archibald 
west  to  Seine  River 


CHELSEA  PLACE  (Bronx 
Park),  from  East  Kil¬ 
donan  Road  east 


CHESTNUT,  from  Wolse- 
ley  north  to  707  Broad¬ 
way  and  Broadway  north 
to  Portage  Ave.  (This 
part  was  formerly  called 
Shore  St.) 

EAST  SIDE 
Wolseley  here 

73  Haig  J  T 
77  Playford  James 
79  Ross  Wm 
81  Scott  Adam  E 
83  Mitchell  Harry 
85  Speers  F  H 
87  Bridgman  Wellington 
91  Conley  Homer 
95  Byers  Hamilton 
97  McClung  R  W 
103  Dickie  James 
107  Buffet  C’aude 
109  Vincent  Walter  C 
113  Norton  James  F 
119  Noble  Wm 
121  Fisher  Geo 
123  Brock  Wm 
125  Young  Geo  H 
129  Bowman  Capt  James 
131  Graham  Orr 
133  Smith  Geo 

Westminster  intersects 
151  Dedecker  Dieudonne 
153  McDonald  R  J 
155  Taylor  J  F 
157  McRae  Alex 
159  Hignell  Albt  R 


161  Warde  Geo  H 
163  Pratt  Arthur  C 

165  Birt  Thos  D 

167  Smith  Wm  H 

169  Bunnell  Edwin  C 

183  Garson  Mrs  Margaret 
185  Moody  Herbert 

187  Cavanagh  Thos  D 

191  Davison  John  E 
193  Hatton  Arthur 

195  Ross  John  F 

197  Forsyth  Douglas 

199  Rosevear  W  H 
Preston  intersects 

209  Shaw  Hugh  N  J 

213  Kenner  Albt  E 
215  Bowser  Fletcher 
217  Wells  Wm  J 

219  Orr  Philip  H 

221  Cuthbert  Wm  J 

223  McGregor  Danl 

227  Ross  Wm  F 

229  Haddock  Herbert  R 
Broadway  intersects 

WEST  SIDE 

70  Cole  N  N 
7  2  Carpenter  Geo  E 
74  Eccles  Mrs  Elizabeth 
76  Robertson  Wm  M 
80  Sheriff  Chas  C 
82  Clarke  Arthur  M 
84  Sainsbury  Howard  W 
88  McClung  Robt  K 
92  Turner  Robt  V 
94  Fletcher  Ernest  A 
98  Reynolds  James 
102  McCurdy  Wesley 
104  Mason  Lewis  P 
106  Ball  Thos 
110  Griffiths  Thos 
114  Bates  Wesley 
118  Chipman  G  F 
122  Craig  Claude  C 
124  Perry  E  G  (Ph  D) 

126  McTavish  Donald 
130  Hunt  Edw  G 
134  Stewart  Newton 
Westminster  intersects 
160  Boyd  Merton  M 

162  Malcolm  Marian 
16  4  Steele  Mrs  Fanny 

166  Best  Edw  E 

168  Geddes  Edw  M 

170  Stinson  Robt  G 
172  Duncan  Albt 
174  Claydon  Benj  D 
180  Fletcher  Rex  ford  G 
182  Neely  Robt  M 

184  Curie  Wm  H 

188  Garratt  E  A 
190  Finch  Harry  T 

192  Wilson  James  A 

196  Farnsworth  Wm 

198  Stockdale  Thos 

200  Sinclair  James 
Preston  intersects 

206  Stinson  Mrs  Ellen 
208  Beairsto  W  K 

210  Carse  Wm 

214  Batters  Wm  J 

220  Courtice  Andw 

222  Tweed  G  F 

224  W'eHband  C  W 

228  Morrow  Mrs  J 
Broadway  intersects 


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Christie 


CHRISTIE,  from  Water 
to  Assinihoine  River 
Odd  numbers  east  side 

—  City  Asphalt  Plant 

—  Griffin  Danl 

e  s  Lake  Wpg  Shipping  Co 
wharf 

—  CNR  shops  (old) 


CHUDLEY  ST.  (West¬ 
ward  Place),  from  Sel¬ 
kirk  Ave.  north  to  Col¬ 
lege  Ave. 


CHURCH  AVE.  (St.  John), 
from  Red  River  west  to 
city  limits 

NORTH  SIDE 

O’Meara  here 

—  St  John’s  Sunday 

School 

Main  intersects 

—  St  John’s  College  and 

College  School 
265  Wells  Alex 
267  Hobson  Harold  J 
269  Manley  Mary 
271  Matherson  Wm  D  S 
273  Anderson  John 
275  Kilpatrick  Wm 
277  Coleman  Wm  C 

—  SHEFFIELD  COURT 

A  Dickson  Alex 

1  Harby  Wm 

2  Grouier  Wm  H 

3  Clifford  Arthur 

4  Baker  Frank 

5  Lockwood  Wm  H 

6  Thompson  Chas  F 

7  Roy  Rev  L  H 

8  Elsworth  Phyllis 

9  Graham  Albert  R 

10  Dobbs  Walter  E 

11  Little  John  A 

12  Fox  Harry 

14  Price  Alfred  E 

15  Phillips  Walter 

16  Pringle  Thos  E  P 
1(7  Rennie  Wm  J 

18  Coolidge  (Ross  A 

19  Fogarty  Mrs  — 

20  Vacant 

21  Knox  John  E 
2'2  Gray  Geo  A 
23  Rea  Mrs  A 
Aikins  intersects 
Salter  intersects 

—  St  John’s  Technical 

High  School 
Powers  intersects 
281  Fairfield  Hugh  C 
309  Scarlett  Rev  Robt  A 
311  Fletcher  Lee 
313  Gilrrier  Wm 
337  Thornley  Wm  F 
339  Ferguson  Angus 
341  Clements  Chas  H 
351  Heath  Reginald  W 
445  Heintz  David 
449  New  house 
457  New  house 
459  New  house 

Andrews  intersects 
McGregor  intersects 
McKenzie  intersects 


707  Taylor  Thos  W 

Parr  intersects 

SOUTH  SIDE 
Macallum  Place  here 

172  Matheson  Canon  J  W 
178  Lechtzier  Phil 

Main  intersects 
Aikins  intersects 
Salter  intersects 
Powers  intersects 
310  Engehausen  Mrs  Mary 
312  Engehausen  H  B 
314  Carney  Thos  W 
336  Hicks  Jas 
340  Huber  Jack 
342  Armstrong  W  F 
344  Kreiger  Mrs  Minnie 
346  Keehn  Frank 
360  Vacant 
362  James  T  W 
366  Wiedrehold  Edw 
372  Fairclough  Benj 
374  Clarke  Danl 
388  Clerke  James 
390  Douglas  Joseph  S 
516  Bell  Davis 
606  Schmidt  Phil 
662  Brit'hauer  Conrad 
664  Breithauer  Conrad 
666  Mair  Chas 
668  Vacant 
670  Meisner  Pete 
672  Schampf  Fred 
692  Elsasser  Chris 


CHURCH  ST.  (Keewatin 
Place),  runs  from  Gey¬ 
ser  Road  south 


CHURCHILL  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Pembina 
west  to  C.  N.  R.  exten¬ 
sion  track 

NORTH  SIDE 
465  BERESFORD  BLOCK 

1  Odell  Carl  O 

2  Sinclair  Malcolm 

3  Vacant 

4  Fawcett  Wilmer  M 

5  Maltby  Glenwood 

6  Bardsley  Harry  S 

7  Duncanson  James 

8  Emery  Jesse  S 

9  Irish  Arthur 

10  Vacant 

11  Vacant 

12  Vacant 

13  Turner  Chas 

14  McDonald  D  Martin 

15  Ryan  Harry  E 

16  Stainton  James  W 

17  Johnson  F 

18  Wheatley  Ronald  O 

19  Vacant 

20  Vacant 
469  New  bldg 
471  Adair  Thos  J 
473  Parker  James  W 
475  McKittick  Mrs  Kate 
479  Bradley  Wm 

481  Vacant 

483  Hannon  Annie  (wid  S 
C) 

491  Brindle  Chas  T 
493  Clement  Lloyd 


Churchill  457 


495  Boyd  Robt 

497  Armstrong  Sami 
499  Worden  Albt  H 

501  Axworthy  Chas 

505  McGowan  Andw 

509  Baby  Wm  W 

511  Fitzgerald  John  C 

513  Walton  Chas  A  phys 
515  Woodburn  Edw 

—  Rosedale  Meth  Church 

519  WOODROW  BLOCK 

1  Vacant 

2  Vacant 

3  Macdonald  Mrs  E 

4  Vacant 

5  Bell  Alex 

6  Vacant 

7  Farrell  E  Herbt 
Nassau  intersects 

551  McKittrick  Morton  T 
563  Fisher  Fred 
565  Lehane  Wm  C 
567  Macaulay  Mrs  Chris¬ 
tine 

569  Beech  Carl  E 
571  Cunningham  C  A 
57-5  Hollingsworth  David  J 
577  Shiels  Robt 
579  Beard  Lionel  D 
581  Hawley  Geo  W 
585  Whatford  Chas  R 
587  Stewart  Chas  E 
589  Pratt  Harold  L 
591  Gibney  Lome  S 
593  Boyle  Robt  B 
595  Tooley  Herbert 
John  intersects 
669  Fullman  Geo 
671  Fraser  John  M 
679  Turner  Herbert  A 
681  Crozier  John 
683  Turnbull  Wm 
685  Dawson  Arthur  K 
687  Green  Chas  T 
689  Allan  Alec  J 
691  Young  Herbert 
695  Emby  Albt  E 
697  Harpell  Benj  J 
699  Clark  Arthur 
701  Lvnch  John 
703  Smith  Frank  S 
705  Whitehouse  Thos  H 
Helen  intersects 
Dilac  intersects 
839  Vacant 

CNR  extension  here 
SOUTH  SIDE 

470  Murdock  James 
474  Birnie  Wm  L 
478  Brown  Frank  L 
480  Baxter  Herbert  N 
482  Monkley  Lewis 
486  Bishop  Olivet  C 
488  Hanbury  Geo  R 
490  Vacant 
494  Minorgan  David 

498  Graham  Alex 

502  O’Leary  Norbert 

506  Jones  Henry  J 

510  Scanlon  Herbert 

514  Webb  Mrs  Chas  R 
518  Bowman  Harry  N 
522  Gunn  Robt 

526  Hetherington  Martin  L 
Nassau  intersects 
556  Wood  Edw 


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558  Ferguson  John  R 
560  Vacant 
562  Palmer  Wm  H 
564  McAllister  Arch 
566  Pittis  James  A 
568  Morse  Chas  K 
570  Hughes  Sami  D 
572  Vacant 
574  King  Wm  J 
576  Convery  James 
578  Bayley  Walter  E 
580  Beer  Geo  A 
596  Gunn  Mrs  Adam 
598  Burling  Fred 
600  Laver  Edw  C 
604  Russell  Herbert  H 
John  intersects 
612  Paterson  Sidney  B  groc 
624  Shepherd  Henry 
628  Robinson  Hugh  J 
634  Hawken  Benj  J 
636  McKinnon  James  M 
638  Swindley  R  E 
640  Allen  Fred  S 
642  Atchison  Frank 
644  Quinton  Bert  F 
646  McCabe  Felix 
656  Buckle  Fred 
660  Simmons  Mrs  Ada 
662  Tillman  John  A 
664  Allen  Wm 
666  Hodges  P  W 
668  Turnbull  Harold  R 
670  Ham  Chas  G 
672  Marshall  Perley  H 
674  Dykes  Walter  L 
676  Roultey  James  S 
682  Coventry  Wm  J 
686  Macdonald  Allister 
688  Welden  James  W 
694  Reed  Ernest  B 
698  Shaw  Wm  J 
700  Harris  Edsel  A 
7 02  Gardner  Herbert  A 
704  Craig  James  W 
706  Muirhead  James  A 
Helen  intersects 
716  Frazer  Wm  H 
718  Vacant 
720  Vacant 
722  Vacant 
7  26  Edgar  John 
728  Merritt  Frank 
756  Siderfin  Robt 
766  Yates  Geo 
814  Bryant  Albt 
816  Bristow  Horace  E 
Lilac  intersects 
828  Vacant 
834  Stevens  David 
842  Reiland  Joseph 
846  Moran  Peter 

CNR  extension  here 


CITY  AVE.  (Tuxedo  Park) 
from  Kildare  St.  west 


CLAIR  AVE.  (St.  James), 
from  Madison  St.  west 


CLAIR  ST.,  runs  from  Mc¬ 
Leod  St.  to  Robert  Ave. 
east 

—  Matheson  Alex 

—  McDonald  Rhoderick 


CLAIRE  CRESCENT  (Tux¬ 
edo  Park),  from  First 
St.  runs  west  to  Fourth 
St. 


CLARE  AVE.  (Port  Rouge) 
from  Pembina  St.  (near 
River  Park)  east  to  Red 
River 

261  Ramsay  Robt  S 
n  s  Vacant 
259  Matthews  John 
346  Ottenson  Nicholas 
349  New  house 


CLARENCE  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Pembina 
Highway  west  to  Berry 
St. 


CLARENCE  BOULEVARD 
(Tuxedo  Park),  from 
Roblin  Boulevard  south 


CLARKE  (Fort  Rouge), 
from  264  River  Ave.  to 
Wardlaw 

EAST  SIDE 
Bell  Ave  her# 

120  Hart  John  A 

124  Phinney  Henry  H 

128  Binnington  Henry 
132  McLellan  Wm 

136  McNaughton  Chas  H 
140  Crossley  F 

Spadina  intersects 
158  Vacant 

Wardlaw  here 
160  Lane  John  C 
162  Smith  Alex 

WEST  SIDE 

105-107  ROZEL  APART¬ 
MENTS 

1  Bowen  G 

2  Seagrim  Herbert  C 

3  Vacant 

4  Greenley  W 

5  Davis  Wm  J 

6  Brown  Wm  E 

7  Dalgleish  James 

8  Hevwood  Herbert  P 

9  McGinnis  Hector  M 

10  Riggs  Robt  L 

11  Coon  Ernest  F 

12  Fulton  P  Hamilton 

14  McAUster  P  R 

15  Ripstein  Hyman  M 

16  Sumner  Geo 

17  Newcombe  Chas  K 

18  Hamber  Harold  B 

19  Peterson  Chas 

20  Hol’and  Mrs  M  H 

21  Arondeus  M  C 

22  Logan  M  B 

23  Thomson  G  M 
109  Lethbridge  Harry  W 
111  Desmoutis  Jacques 
115  Healy  Wm  J 

121  Marter  Walter  P 
127  Arnold  Mrs  K 

129  Briggs  Tom  A 
Spadina  intersects 

149  Horton  Fredk  G 


151  Hargrave  Joshua  W 
153  Falconer  John  E 
155  Stephens  Frank  W 
159  Mathews  Thos  R 

Wardlaw  here 


CLASSIC  AVE.  (St.  James) 
from  Pine  St.  west  to 
Strathcona  St. 


CLEVELAND  ST.  (Rosser) 
runs  from  Kitchener  Ave 
north 


CLIFTON,  from  Assim 
boine  River  north  to 
Notre  Dame 

EAST  SIDE 

517  New  house 
519  McKee  John 
Portage  Ave  intersects 

573  Occupied 
575  Nicholson  — 

577  Muschik  Emil 
579  Craig  Alex 
581  Clark  John  H 
583  Tait  Frank  L 
585  Dennis  Harry  A 
587  Wood  O  E 
589  Clifton  St  Presby= 
terian  Church 
601  Clark  Wm  J 
603  Kane  John 
605  Brown  Edw 
607  McLeod  Duncan 
621  Schneider  A 
623  Vacant 
641  Astle  Wm  J 
657  New  house 
6)59  Murdoch  Wm 
661  Black  Harold  F 
677  Vacant 
749  McCue  James  O 
8 Oil  Rattray  Alex 
1163  Dillabough  Geo 
1177  Rees  David 
1209  Payne  Sami 
1223  Dale  Alban  W 
1231  Rennie  James 
1235  Higdon  John 

Richards  intersects 
1433  Duncan  James  H 
Notre  Dame  here 

WEST  SIDE 

464  New  house 

480  Dubois  Joseph 

482  Brown  Walter  'M 

484  New  house 

486  Midd’eton  Arthur  Z 

488  Ellinthorpe  Arthur 

490  Crane  Frank  B 

492  Laikin  Edwin  P 

494  Davidson  Joseph 

500  New  house 

502  New  house 

524  McMaster  David 

526  Jerrard  Jessie  (wid  J) 

538  Wiker  Peter 

540  Simpson  John  C 

542  Gould  Isaac 

544  Chevrier  R  T 

Portage  Ave  intersects 
558  Tilley  Alfd  R 

Riddle  begins 
640  Clifton  School 


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724  Hall  Ernest  J 
726  Johnston  Thos 
728  Collins  Walter 

Livinia  intersects 
898  Crowe  Chas  W 
900  Smith  Walter  R 
902  Carrie  Wm 
904  Johnson  Mrs  E 
906  Avison  Chester 
908  Kruse  John  E 
1208  Parsons  Wm 

Richard  intersects 
1440  Occupied 

Notre  Dame  here 


CDINT  ST.  (Windsor  Park), 
runs  from  Kingston  Row 
south  to  Richmond  Ave. 


CLINTON  ST.  (St.  Vital), 
runs  from  Homewood 
Ave.  south 


COBOURG-  AVE.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  from  Glenwood 
Crescent  east  to  Kelvin 
Road,  third  north  of 
Hespeler  Ave. 

NORTH  SIDE 
23  New  house 

25  New  house 

27  New  house 

29  New  house 

31  New  house 

33  New  house 

3i5  Lewis  Roht  P 
37  Pepper  Adam 
39  Somers  Stewart 
41  New  house 
43  New  house 
4’5  Smith  Alex 
47  Crabb  John 
49  Henderson  Geo  M 
57  Hemerick  Frank 
Beatrice  intersects 
63  Craig  Wesley 

65  Johnson  Chas  E 

69  Inkster  Sami 

71  Larson  Lenos  A 
75  Horne  Alex 
79  Curtis  Harry 
85  New  house 

87  New  house 
93  New  house 
95  New  house 

103  New  house 
105  Jackson  Thos  P 
n  s  King  Memorial  Pres¬ 
byterian  Church 

SOUTH  SIDE 

26  Kahre  Rev  H  W 

28  Tesch  Andw 

30  Baird  Clarence  H 

32  Ross  Peter 

34  New  house 
36  New  house 
52  Tait  Tracy 

56  Cameron  Wm  J 
Beatrice  intersects 

66  Black  Alec 
68  Gill  Henry 

70  Wheeler  Rebecca 
84  Rodden  Matthew 

88  Lee  Harriett 

92  Spratt  Christopher  J 
110  Murray  David  T 


COBOURG  ST.  (St.  James), 
from  Saskatchewan 
north  to  Grosvenor  Ave. 


COCHRANE  ST.,  now  call¬ 
ed  Emslie  St. 


COLBORNE  ST.  (St.  James) 
from  Saskatchewan 
north  to  Grosvenor  Ave. 


COLLEEN  ST.,  Sargent  to 
Qu’Appelle  Ave,  between 
Kennedy  and  Balmoral 

ws  Golby  Tlhos  tinsmith 


COLLEGE  AVE.,  from  1156 
Main  west  to  city  limits 

NORTH  SIDE 
205  REDWOOD  APART¬ 
MENTS 

Suite — 

1  Lowery  H  Arthuir 

2  Simmons  Edw 

3  Garnette  Ambrose 

4  Campbell  Pete" 

5  Potter  John 

21  Grout  Percy  J 

22  Rowe  Alfred  G 

23  Thompson  Jas  A 

24  Smyth  Mrs  - — 

25  Myslick  Louis 

26  Carr  Walter  W 

27  Blanchard  Jas 

28  Harrison  Clement  K 

3.1  Noriris  J  G 

32  Osborne  Wm  J 

33  Murray  A  Gordon 

34  Moruheit  David  A 

35  Falilis  Nelles  R 

36  Maclean  Angus  S  A 

37  McDonald  Ralph  G 

38  Audrain  John  A 
—  STRATFORD  HALL 

1  Hendren  Chas  T 
3  Misses  Hall  and  Tal¬ 
bot 

5  Orser  Eliphlet  L 

7  Timpson  Walter  E 

8  Royle  John  W 
11  Corcoran  Wm 

11  Thompson  Thos  A 

1.2  Weaver  Sherman  T 

14  Williamson  John  R 

15  Morden  Geo  E 

16  Humphreys  John 

16  Cracknell  Thos  R 

17  White  Wm  P 

18  Spence  Wm  J 

19  Chantler  E  M 
2)1  Benson  J  M 

22  Brigham  John  C 

23  Pink  Roy  A 

24  Williams  Mabel 

25  Cort  M  Blair 

26  Thompson  A  E 

27  Searle  Wilfrid  C 

28  Dever  J  H 

31  Scarratt  Regd 

32  Cronin  John  H 

33  Orton  Delos  L 

34  Sinclair  T  A 

35  Sutton  Thos 

36  Rea  Alex 

37  Stewart  Ernest  A 

38  Pridham  R  A 


Charles  intersects 

—  Machray  School 
317  Puttee  Arthur  W 
329  Taylor  Sami 

333  Cattley  John 
345  Blathewrick  Chas 
347  Avent  Halse 
349  Forbes  James  W 
Aikins  intersects 
363  Herschmann  Dr 
369  Wallace  Geo 
371  Spratt  Joseph 
375  McRae  Donald  B 
377  Woods  Isaac 
381  Mayer  Sami  S 

3  85  Rogers  Geo  T 
389  Kurshes  Geo 
391  Jacob  Robt 
393  Calof  Maier 

Salter  intersects 
42.3  Cairns  Alex 
425  Fenwick  Chas 
427  Burge  Wm  H 
429  Vacant 
437  Young  John 
439  Byrne  Thos 
441  Woodhall  Latimer 
Powers  intersects 
443  Irving  Andw  W 
445  Bindley  John 
447  Vacant 

4  49  Wagner  Conrad 
455  Blakeley  Wm  G 
459  Simons  Chas  L 
471  Margolis  M  N 
477  Engelman  John 
479  Steigerwalt  John  J 
481  Steigerwalt  Nich 
483  Yost  John 

487  Yost  Henry 
491  Hilland  Rev  Father 
Paul 

493  St  Joseph’s  Church 

(German  Catholic) 

—  St  Joseph’s  School 

Ursuline 

Andrews  intersects 
McGregor  intersects 

549  Green  Henry 
551  Black  Fred 
553  Schick  David 
555  Henderson  Geo 
557  Heg  Henry 
559  Moore  John 
561  NcmeroV'Sky  Shay 
563  Shefer  Harry 
565  Kreitzer  Albt  . 

567  Rosenezwieg  Jacob 
569  Nixon  Chas 
571  Vacant 

573  Newcrovosky  Sami 
635  Brotherts  R'heinhart 
639  Sadler  Fred 
641  Mai  Henry 
645  Miller  Henry 
647  Uldrich  Henry 

—  St  John’s  Evangelical 

Sunday  School 
693  Koss  Leopold 

McKenzie  intersects 
Parr  intersects 
705  Borrier  Geo 
707  Vacant 
727  Black  Mrs  — 

729  Black  Conrad 
733  Panisko  Geo 
745  Riller  Wm 


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751  Vacant 
771  Foreigners 

Arlington  intersects 

811  Lebodyer  Max 
8il7  Schwein  Reinhard 
819  Debek  M 
821  Schrint  Andw 
825  Lechonicz  John 
829  Wilyk  Chas 
831  Thowalski  Bozyl 
833  Barteski  Andw 
841  Maker  John 
845  Duchantez  Demitri 
847  Urtuk  Mike 
861  Laddi  Paolo 
863  Laddi  John 
865  Duskach  Sam 
867  Duddr  John 
871  Spekalnk  H 
873  Slobozan  Mike 
877  Proswinker  Harry 
879  Gospoden  Joseph 
881  Gowron  Thos 
883  Slobullyon  Fred 
Sinclair  intersects 
921  Slec'hishin  Stefan  groc 
C  P  R  track  intersects 
1039  Hicks  Wm 
1041  Kirkpatrick  John 
1049  Little  Douglas 
1053  Buck  Chas  A 
1129  Vacant 
1133  Reney  Jesse  J 
1135  Miller  John 
—  City  Well  No  3 

SOUTH  SIDE 

274  Curran  Thos 

280  McLean  Emma  (wid 

Wm) 

284  On  uf  re  jaw  Michael 
288  Fraser  Ross 

Charles  intersects 
292  Field  Joseph 
300  Miller  J  Wilson 
304  Taylcr  Wm  L 
306  Davey  G  W 
310  Seaman  Thos 
314  Reynolds  Edwin  J 
318  Corrie  Robt 
320  Peache  Wm  H 
32-6  Maron  Gotthard  L 
3-30  Roberts  Clark  B 

334  Sutherland  John 

33 5  Clarke  Percy  S 
342  Blanchard  James 
34  4  Eade  Mrs  G  E 
348  Mitchell  Joseph 

Aikins  intersects 
350  Seaborn  James 
352  Watts  Jahn  R 
354  McClary  John  H 
362  Gough  Walter  T 
364  Sherwood  Edw  G 
368  Bolton  Edmund  G 
370  Spratt  John  G 
374  Bullard  John 
378  Neil  Geo 
382  Laing  Robt 
386  Beckmann  Amos 
390  Porter  John  C 
394  Whetham  Thos 
398  Summers  Wm 
400  Bolton  Claud 
402  Meister  Eduard 
408  Rossiter  John  J 


Salter  intersects 

412  Todd  David  groc 

426  Wardrop  Ernest 

4,28  Moffett  Wm 

430  Beattie  Mrs  Mary  J 

432  McDonald  Rod  R 

434  Logan  Peter 

436  Berenstein  Paul 

438  Mozur  Jacob 

440  McManus  Mrs  Mary 

444  Kongolman  John 

446  Vacant 

448  Gostick  Geo 

452  Porth  Geo 

456  Otto  Henry 

Powers  intersects 
472  GuiSki  John 
476  Hildebrand  C 
478  Glecker  Nicholas 
482  Krattenthaler  Frank 
484  Smith  Victor 
486  Swytoytlo  Joseph 
490  Vacant 
494  Forrester  David 
500  Ceretti  Frank 
504  Ostrowsky  Vincent 
506  Leach  Alfd 
508  Schnedr  John 
514  Tonegussie  J 
518  Bottegli  Conciano 
522  Quinik  Antoine 
5-28  Fraser  Joseph 

Andrews  intersects 
530  TJrsuline  Sisters 
542  Lapping  Nicholas 
544  Marquette  Henry  B 
548  Kleckner  Mike 
552  Becker  Jolhn 
552  New  house 
558  New  house 
560  New  house 
56'2  New  house 
564  New  house 
566  New  house 
568  New  house 
570  New  house 
572  New  house 
574  New  house 
578  Vacant 
580-582  Kralmer  J  P 
584  Solski  John 
586  Bastian  Eva 
588  Budner  Theo 

McGregor  intersects 
608  Foreigners 
612  Meouk  John  A 
614  Comarchuk  Steve 
6 2>2  Tchir  Harry 
638  Cremer  Gustave 
640  Foreigners 
64  4  Threshler  Abram 
646  Steigerwlt  Franz 
648  Gunderson  John  G 
650  Keeler  Jacob 
654  Kuxhouse  Henry 
McKen2ie  intersects 
—  St  John’s  Evangelical 

Church 

692  New  house 
694  Ross  Rev  P  E 
696  Winger  Rev  F 
698  Kriger  Adolph 

Farr  intersects 

700  Vacant 

702  SiDO-samovich  Henry 
704  Vacant 
706  Vacant 


708  Vacant 

710  Vacant 

712  Vacant 

714  Vacant 

716  Vacant 

718  Vacant 

720  Vacant 

722  Vacant 

724  Gaslaber  Benj 

726  McCann  Hugh 

728  Goldstein  M  groc 

738  Vacant 

740  Vacant 

744  Damchuk  Michael 
754  Otto  Mike 

Arlington  intersects 
Sinclair  intersects 
C  F  R  tracks  intersects 
McFhillips  St  here 
826  Awren  Frank 
8-2,8  Pruse  Mike 
830  Hesler  Peter 
838  Foreigners 
840  Johnson  Yoman  E 
842  Carlson  Ben 
844  Kraus  Chas 
860  Rosenthal  Harry 
862  Ivestuk  Adam 
864  Gloag  Selina 
866  Mercer  Arthur 
868  Petroe  Alex 
870  Nokulsh  — 

872  Nabochnuk  Mike 
876  Mesur  Matthew 
880  Vacant 
884  Auzachuk  John 


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Assiniboine  River  north 

EAST  SIDE 
Assiniboine  Ave  here 

29  Seebach  Riclhd 
-31  Hibbert  John 
37  Tuttle  Eldred  D 
39  Kellett  Arthur  E 
41  Parker  Alex  D 
43  Bishop  Geo  H 
45  Witham  Harry  F 
49  Evans  Ernest  C 
51  Small  Wm  H 
53  Cushing  Arthur 
55  New  house 
57  Vacant 

59  Armstrong  Gilbert  L 
61  Vacant 
63  Western  Wm  T 
65  McCallum  James  C 
67  Nelson  Elmer  D 
69  Anderson  Telford 
Fortage  Ave  intersects 
199  Nicholson  Ernest 
201  Poulin  Peter 
203  Labelle  Mrs  Celina 
211  Dadford  John 
215  Boutillier  Willis 
217  Taylor  Stanley 
219  Peters  Albt 
221  Newton  Wm 
223  Hale  RowTand 
225  Carter  Augustin 
2.27  Rourke  Wm  J 
229  Richards  John 
231  Caup-hy  Wm 
235  Spencer  Harold 
243  Small  Edw 


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269  Minnis  Wm 
261  Heywood  Sami 
263  McKay  Geo 
265  Low  Geo 
267  Rooke  Albt 
271  Phillips  Wm 
275  Ebert  Geo 
277  Knox  Harry  D 
279  Hookingrs  Albt 
285  Wood  — 

289  Whitson  David 
293  Bartlett  Fred 
295  Hanvey  Chas 
297  Arnold  Sami  J 
299  Germain  Lloyd  O 
3 Oil  Dutton  James 
303  Watson  Allan 
305  Gregory  John  groc 
311  Wright  Thos  W 
317  Jeffery  David 
219  Ross  Duncan 
321  Simm  James 
323  Bailey  Arthur 
3  2.5  Boberg  Martin 
327  Harrison  Arthur  A 
329  Powell  Joseph 
333  Shuttleworth  Thos 
Ness  intersects 
335  Piggott  Chas  O 
339  Johnson  Frank 
355  Vacant 
367  Brooks  Alf 
359  Wakeham  Ernest  E 
371  Chard  Sidney 
373  Airey  Thos  S 
375  Bell  Wm 
381  Matthews  Geo  W 
383  Occupied 
385  Fairhall  Wm  J 
399  Brownlee  Robt  H 
403  Foran  Michael  J 
409  Rodway  Richd 
413  Godsmark  Harry  S 
417  Vacant 
441  Laurie  John  W 
443  Rothery  Joseph  H 
447  Howard  Arthur  J 
457  Texmore  Erling 
459  Eckenswiler  Geo 
461  Gawley  Geo  A 
463  Dawes  Wm  C 
493  Vacant 
601  Allwood  Chas 

C  P  R  tracks  here 
Saskatchewan  Ave  here 

WEST  SIDE 
Asslniboine  Avenue  here 

—  New  house 
10  Greenslade  L 
12  Menzies  Geo  F 
18  Byer  Peter  A 
20  Lucas  Alb 
22  Campbell  Robt  E 
30  Ridley  — 

48  Occupied 
50  Vacant 
52  Sutton  Alfd  C 
54  Kitchen  John  T 
56  Knudson  Chris 
58  Wilson  Wm 
60  Mitchell  Andw  D 
62  Walker  Andw 


64  Smither  Geo 
68  Found  Geo  A 
70  Webb  Walter 
74  Paterson  Alice  (wid 
Geo) 

76  Wooler  Thos 
78  Vacant 

80  Young  Arthur  C 
82  Crompton  — 

86  McEachern  Malcolm 
88  Flemming  Konstantine 
Portage  Avenue  intersects 
202  Metz  Gust 
204  Rodger  John 
208  Armitage  Wm  J 
210  Kershaw  Thos 
212  Townend  Thos 
214  Petheram  Herbert 
216  Gibbs  Walter  B 
218  Dickson  John  B  J 
222  Paulin  Arthur  S 
228  Irvine  John  J 
256  Irvine  Wm  S 
266  Skelton  Jack 
268  West  Wm 
276  Vacant 
278  Harland  John 
280  McCauley  Angus 
282  Pilkington  Helen  (wid 
Fredk) 

284  Swallow  Thos 

286  Vacant 

288  Howey  Cecil 

290  Dutihie  John 

294  Riley  Arthur  D 

296  Barratt  Alb  G 

298  Decarufel  Joseph  L 

300  Vacant 

302  George  Horatio 

304  Saunders  Geo  W 

—  New  house 
308  Harris  Wm  J 
316  Smith  Thos  D 
320  Spindler  Thos  C 
322  Potten  Cecil  H 
326  Elbourn  Wm 
330  Packer  Hubert 
332  Davidson  Wm  E 
336  St  James  Laundry 

Ness  intersects 
340  Thompson  Geo  grocer 
344  Donnelly  Chas 
346  Crook  Chas  A 
348  Summers  Geo 
352  Blackman  Wm  J 
358  Vye  Geo  P 
362  Scudder  Alfd 
364  Waite  Fred 
366  Starr  Fred  W 
370  Eastwood  Sidney 
374  Foster  Herbert  S 
396  Hedderson  John 
398  Harris  Alex 
400  Murdoch  Alex 
41.2  Butler  Harry  M 
414  Brown  Alex  K  D 
418  Wren  Christopher  H 

—  New  house 

518  Johnson  Steven 
522  Artiss  Howard 
530  Cooper  James 
536  Thompson  Robt  B 
538  Buchanan  Mrs  —  (wid 
James) 

600  Vacant 


COLLEGE  STREET,  from 
Notre  Dame  Ave.  south, 
to  Portage  Ave. 


COIiIiEGE  (St.  Boniface), 
from  Provencher  to  Red 
River. 

EAST  SIDE 

Provencher  Avenue  here 

396  Le  Page  John  T 
406  Cusson  Henry 
410  Garau  Chas  O 

Dumoulin  intersects 

418  Rondeau  E 
428  Gagnon  Paul 

Notre  Dame  intersects 

WEST  SIDE 
Dumoulin  intersects 
Notre  Dame  intersects 

439  Vacant 
441  Guibashe  Ande 
459  Noel  Peter 
461  Giasson  Joseph 

La  Verandrye  intersects 
Aubert  intersects 
CNR  Track  here 


COLLEGE  PLACE  (Tux¬ 
edo  Park),  from  Pirst  St. 
west  to  Fourth  St. 

e  s  Greenley  Harry 


COLLINGWOOD  PLACE 
(Subdivision  of  St. 
James)  west  of  King  Ed¬ 
ward  St.  (now  Brooklyn 
St.) 


COLLVER  AVE.  runs  from 
Hearn  west  to  Keewatin. 


COLONY,  from  Assini- 
boine  River  to  Ellice, 
intersecting  at  535 
Broadway 

EAST  SIDE 
Osborne  Place  ends 

137  Winnipeg  Brewery 
Broadway  intersects 
177  ST  ELMO  APTS 

1  Featherston  J  B 

2  McWhinney  D  M 

3  Greenshaw  Harry 

4  Verley  St  Leger 

5  .Balcovske  David 

6  Van  Proag.h  L 

7  Brundrit  Gordon 

8  Spriggs  A  E 

9  iGreen  Henry  A  V 

10  Walley  Herbert  A 

11  Occupied 

12  Carnie  Jolhn 

13  iRoss  D  Notrman 

14  Tobias  Elizabeth 

15  Goldstein  Rubin 

16  Schultz  Otto  Alb 

17  Sutton  Frank  J 

18  BoChwell  Austin  M 

19  Tulloch  John  E 

20  Moore  Chas  B 

21  Vacant 

2.2  Mitdhell  H  B 
185  Weisterbery  Mrs  Eliz¬ 
abeth  (wid) 

187  Cull  Thos 

189  Moore  Ediw 

199  Carruthers  Geo  F 

205  Jones  Jolhn  S 

219  McLennan  Roderick 


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Warehouse  B,  Cor.  Kate  and  McDermot 
Warehouse  C,  Cor .  Sherbrooke  and  Ellice 


Phones  : 

Sherbrooke  3620 ,  3621,  and  3622 


462  Colony  HENDERSON'S  WINNIPEG  Cornwall 


223  Martin  Edw  D 

235  Cam  ea*  o  n  Wm 

239  Stewart  Rev  Andrew 

24  7  Baird  Dr  A  B 

251  MacFarlane  Roderick 

261  Clark  Wm 

Cooper  begins 
269  Kent  Ardh  B 

EELVIDERE  APTS 

Suite — 

1  Provost  N  L 

2  Burrows  Ohas  E 

3  Stewart  Miss 
5  Alvarez  R  T 
7  McCormick  B 

101  Thompson  Mrs  F 

102  Pitblado  C  B  (wid 

Chas) 

103  Gassier  F 

104  Gundy  Walter 

105  Cowan  C  W 

106  Trihey  Thos 

107  Vacant 

108  Brown  J  E 

201  Thacker  Geo  J 

202  Russell  Lea 

203  Nilan  Frank 

204  Clifford  N  R  H 

205  Occupied 

20*6  Gale  Mrs  A  Ger¬ 
trude 

20'7  Reich  Elias 
208  Knott  L  H 

301  Vacant 

302  McPhearson  I  A 

303  Vacant 

304  Fite  Miss  E  M  S 

305  Doolittle  J 

306  Sherwood  Fred 

307  Hulbermann  Adolph 

E 

308  Occupied 
—  New  block 

2i37  Gerow  Mrs  Hattie 
289  Sabin  Mrs  Lizzie 
291  McDonald  Alex 
295  Hailes  Mrs  Emily 
299  Ladbury  Mrs  M 
303  Occupied 
305  Vacant 
311  Blackwoods  Wm 
315  Blackwoods  Limited 
Portage  Ave.  intersects 
367  Thomas  J  E  &  Co  tin¬ 
smiths 

381  Martel  Stewart  West¬ 
ern  Ltd 

381  Martel  Stewart  West¬ 
ern  Ltd  work  shop 

Ellice  here 

WEST  SIDE 

74  Burrows  Wm 
76  Robinson  Herbert  W 
78  Godfree  Henry 
80  Ptolemv  Wm  J 
92  Sohmidit  Max 
94  Tolmie  D  Howard 
104  McKenty  Donald  E 
108  Grande  Mrs  M 
112  Cole  Walter  R 
114  Clark  Sami  J 
116  Ward  Mrs  E  A 
120  Bowman  David 
122  Fox  James 
124  Meharrv  Edw  G 
128  Hand  Walter 
132  IMomburg  (Mrs  Chas 


140  Shea  Patk 
148  Powell  Henry 

Broadway  intersects 

178  Gordon  Henry  F 
182  Stewart  Elizabeth 
188  Orkin  Henry  B 
190  Lindsay  Norman  J 
198  Nichols  David  W  F 
200  Marr  Richd  J 
204  MacKay  James 
208  Whitehead  Thos 
212  MacTaggart  John 
216  Bunnell  Homer  L 
220  Redmond  Bert  J 
224  Doyle  T  J  (wid  Ter¬ 
rence) 

226  Olmstead  Rubin 

234  Pender  D  A 

238  McKenzie  Chas 

242  Hobson  Frank  G 

246  Thomson  Mrs  Elizabeth 

248  Grant  — 

252  Veysey  Albt 
256  Long  Alf  J 
262  Waldon  Thos  L 
264  Messett  Alfd 
266  McLean  Mrs  Ellen 
268  Ross  W  S 
270  Allman  David  F 
274  Kennedy  A  M 
276  Lee  Wm 
278  Leithead  James 
280  Horne  J  W 
282  Petitpes  Clement 
286  Conley  Geo 
310  Furnival  Wm  G 
312  Furnival  Wm  G  uphol¬ 
sterer 

314  Perkins  Thos 
316  Moir  Annie  M 
320  Shatford  Geo 
328  New  James 
334  Finch  Robt 
336  Crystal  Cafe 
336  Holland  W  H 
236-8  RUBIDGE  BLOCK 
Portage  Ave  intersects 
338  Noble- Hutchins  Co 
338  Colony  Street  Market 
346  Sharpe  J 
348  McDonald  James 
350  Grigor  Miss  C 
352  Occupied 
354  Bell  Matthew  P 
368  Paddock  Wm 
370  Jackson  Thomas  &  Son 
contrs  and  builders’ 
386  Birt  Printing  Co 
370  Jackson  Thos  &  Son 
Ellice  here 


COLQUHOUN  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  now  called 
Kirgsway  Ave. 


COMMERCIAL  AVE.,  from 
Rosser  Road  west. 


CONKLIN’S  ADDITION 

(Subdivision),  east  of 
city  on  east  side  C.  P.  R. 
Track,  between  Kelvin 
Grove  and  Hamilton  PI. 


CONKLIN  AVE.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  from  Wolfe  St. 
east. 

n  s  Marron  Pete 
n  s  McKissack  Joe 


CONKLING  STREET  from 
Carruthers  Ave.  north  to 
McAdam  Ave. 


CONNAUGHT  AVE.,  runs 
from  Hearn  St.  west  to 
Keewatin  St. 


CONNAUGHT  SQUARi 
north  side  Notre  Dam 
Avenue,  west  of  Brook 
side  Cemetery. 


CONNERY  AVE.  Elm 
wood),  runs  from  Glbsor 
St.  east. 


CONWAY  ST.  (Deer  Lodgi 
Park),  runs  north  from 
Portage  Ave.  to  Sas- 
katchewan  Ave. 


COOK  AVE.  (Kildonan), 
from  C.  P.  R.  Tracks 
west. 

COOPER  AVE.,  from  Col¬ 
ony  Creek  to  264  Colony. 
Odd  numbers  east  side. 

6  White  Star  iMfg  Co 
8  Carson  Wm  J 
10  Hand  J  Alb 
12  Forbes  James 
14  Nivens  Arthur  L 
Colony  here 


COPP  ST.  (St.  John’s 
from  Carruthers  Avenue 
north. 


COQUART  ST.  (Norwood), 
runs  from  Dawson  Roac 
east  to  DeDourmont  Ave 

No  houses 


CORDOVA  ST.,  runs  from 
Wellington  Cres.  south 
to  city  limits. 


CORNELIUS  AVE.,  from 
Murray  St.  west  to  Rob¬ 
ert  St. 


CORNISH  AVENUE  (Arm 
strong's  Point),  from  As- 
siniboine  River  west  to 
Maryland. 

Langside  ends 
Furby  ends 
Sherbrook  ends 
9  Green  M  D 
11  Herbert  James 
15  Herriott  Wm 
17  Schubard  John 
25  Fletcher  Joseph 
25  Fletcher  R  D  phys 
29  Wilson  John  A 
37  Dodd  Geo 
41  Lewis  W  Rowe 
47  Dutton  Wm  A 

70  White  Wm  G 

71  Annis  Harry 

Maryland  here 
90  Chrisp  Alfd 


CORNWALL  STREET  (St. 
James),  from  Peter  Ave. 
north  to  Saskatchewan 
Ave. 


R.  B.  Ormiston 


FLORIST 

CUT  FLOWERS,  ARTIS¬ 
TIC  FLORAL  DESIGNS 


LANDSCAPE  GARDEN  DECORATING  A  SPECIALTY 


445  River  Avenue  Phone  Ft.  Rouge  744 


John  Plaxton  Company,  Ltd. 


Phone  Main 
717 


Plumbing  &  Heating  Contractors  Ma 


244 
in  St. 


Corona 


CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914 


Craig:  463 


CORONA  ST.,  runs  from 
Admiral  Ave.  north  to 
Kitchener  Ave. 


COBYDON  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Red  River 
west  to  city  limits 

NORTH  SIDE 
CNR  track  intersects 
Femhina  intersects 

475  Gowler  Thos  H 
477  Horton  Sami  meats 
479  Horton  Sami 
481  Morgan  Robt  J 
485  Cumming  Geo 
487  McCann  Mrs  Kate 
491  Hartley  Edw 
493  Adams  Geo  H 
499  Jackson  R  S 
525  Johnstone  J  J 
533  Reid  James 

Nassau  intersects 
565  Corydon  Laundry 
567  Thomas  J  E 
569  Malloy  J  F 
573  Duddles  Jbhn  W 
577  Knox  C  Henry 
581  McDonald  Mrs  Eliza¬ 
beth 

587  Nicholson  Wilfred 
589  Silverthorn  Wilbert  R 
591  Lowe  Robt  H 
597  Harrison  Wm 
601  Dalton  Danl 
603  Armstrong  Andw  C 
605  Chorley  Geo  groc 
607  City  Expert  Tailors 
607  Johnson  Mrs  E  H  mlnr 
609  Harris  Geo 
613  Bennett  John 
617  Lawrie  Bros  grocs 
John  intersects 
627  Vacant 
629  File  Sidney  W 
631  Clarke  Alfd 
633  Ross  Lachlan  A 
635  Smith  Alfd  H 
643  Leach  Wm  J 
645  Vacant 
649  Moreton  Wm  C  A 
651  Cupiss  Edgar 
655  Grover  James 
657  Harris  Wm  C  E 
661  Lee  See 

Hugo  intersects 
Helen  intersects 
749  Crescent  Millinery  Par¬ 
lors 

751  Brooking  Arthur  I 
druggist 
753  Vacant 

755  Legge  J  C  &  Co  pain¬ 
ters 

757  Creseentwood  Meat 
Market 

759  Lane  R  J  &  Co  groc 
761  Hicks  Constn  Co  Ltd 
761  Canadian  Motor  Co 
775  Taylor  Geo 
779  Simpson  Frank  G 
Aynsley  intersects 
803  Scott  Wm  G 
807  Ping  Wah  laundry 
811  Groves  Herbert  J 
815  Richardson  John  R 


Lilac  intersects 

883  Palmerston  Barry 
885  Husk  Richd  L 
887  Kennedy  Wm  D 
889  McCargar  Gus  H 
891  McRae  Mrs  Juliette 

—  MOXAM  BLOCK 

1  Stephens  D  J  M 

2  MacTaggan  R 

3  Morison  J  B 

4  Simpson  Harold  S 

5  Millar  C  E 

6  Vacant 

7  Maguire  Frank  E 

8  Quigiley  Geo 

9  Powse  James  W 
10  Labor  Thos 

893  Tilley  G  W 
895  Corydon  Tailors  &  Fur 
ricrs 
897  Vacant 
899  Vacant 

901  .Crescent  Electric  &  Gas 

Co 

—  Crescent  Confectionery 

Co 

Wentworth  intersects 
Stafford  intersects 

975  Vacant 
977  Moore  R  H 
981  Wambolt  Willard 
985  Eldon  Mrs  Anna 
Amelia  intersects 
1029  Leslie  James 
1041  Roberts  Roy  G 
Guelph  intersects 
1073  Klitsch  Ernest 
1087  Johnston  James 
1089  Budd  John  H 

Wilton  intersects 

SOUTH  SIDE 

378  Waldon  Walter  J 
CNR  tracks  intersect 

402  Skinn  Geo 
404  Mitchell  John 
408  Ward  John  R 
412  Bolton  Geo  E 
412  (rear)  Sprague  Lumber 
Co  stables 

416  Daylight  Prism  &  Art 
Glass  Co 
420  Ogston  Alex 
42  4  Benidickson  Christian 
426  Fort  Rouge  Hotel 

—  Jonasson  Jonas 
Osborne  intersects 

—  Union  Bank 
Pembina  Highway  begins 

490  Young  Alex 
518  Crossen  James  F 
520  Campbell  Louis 
522  Walters  Harry  H 
524  Mitchell  Roslyn  phys 
530  Adams  Geo 

Nassau  intersects 
562  Reeves  Ernest 
564  Sinc’air  Mrs  M  J 
572  Lobban  John 
578  Hickingbottom  Steven  F 
580  Pallister  W  R 
582  Whyte  James  T  phys 
586  Vacant 
590  Burt  Ernest  Z 
592  Clark  Harry 
598  Mathers  James  E 
600  Roger  Geo  W 


602  Parker  John 
604  Walker  Arthur 
610  McGonigal  John 
612  Willmett  John 
616  Vine  Geo 

618  Creseentwood  Tailors  & 
Furriers 
John  intersects 
628  Man  Govt  Tels  branch 
634  Kee  W  laundry 
636  Davis  Mrs  Jessie  H 
638  Sweeney  John  F 
642  Vacant 
644  Hurst  David  R 
648  Gwilt  Annie 
650  Robson  Mrs  Jane 
658  Hunt  Frank 
660  Brady  Thos 
662  McNair  N  Theo 
664  Patterson  J  A 

Hugo  intersects 
698  Chambers  Joseph  W 
712  Horne  Thos 
714  Vacant 
718  Spalding  Alex 
720  Gray  Chas 

Helen  intersects 
776  Downing  Henry 
780  Rutherford  R  W 
784  -786  Krivel  L  groc 
Aynsley  intersects 
Lilac  intersects 
882  Jeffares  Chris  S 
Wentworth  intersects 
914  Hodgins  Wm 
916  Vacant 
938  Telfer  Willard 
940  Waugh  R  L 
942  Vanstone  Dr  C  M 
Stafford  intersects 
Amelia  intersects 
Guelph  intersects 
Wilton  intersects 
—  Tisdale  W  groc 
1042  Benham  Alfd  M 
1044  Deacon  Benj  L 


COUNTER  ST.  (Elmwood), 
from  Elmwood  Cemetery 
north  (formerly  called 
Centre  St.) 


COUNTRY  CLUB  ROAD 
(St.  Charles),  from  Por¬ 
tage  Ave.  south  to  Coun¬ 
try  Club. 


COWPER  AVE.  (Now  call¬ 
ed  Mathers  Ave.),  (Fort 
Rouge),  from  Cambridge 
St.  west  to  Fourth  St. 


CRAIG  ST.  (St.  James), 
from  Portage  Ave.  south. 

EAST  SIDE 
Wolseley  Ave  here 

465  Vacant 
469  Vacant 
467  Maley  Thos  E 
471  Vacant 
473  Marvin  R  John 
475  Jerrom  Thos  C 
477  Adamson  David  T 
479  Sexsmith  T  A 
481  Huartson  Thos 
483  Hall  Harry  B 
485  Schatzley  Chas 


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MISS  A.  KAUFMANN,  Manageress,  506  McIntyre  Block  Phone  M.  5670 
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Information  on  Furnished  and  Unfurnished  Rooms  and  Suites  Information  on  Salaries  for  All  Classes  of  Work 

Information  on  Situations,  Domestic,  Stores  and  Offices  Information  on  Living  Comforts 


464  Craig 


HENDERSON’S  WINNIPEG 


Cumberland 


487  Garfield  Claude  J 

489  Ferguson  Daniel  J 
491  Vacant 

493  Leggat  Hugh  C 

495  Kennedy  John  S 

497  Roe  John  H 
499  Houston  Robt  S 

501  Tilley  Thos  W 

503  Vacant 

509  Millar  Peter  McA 

511  Borgal  Wm  J 

517  Cole  Geo 

519  Gardiner  Norman 

521  Smeeton  Cecil  E 
523  Yellowlees  John  A 

525  Ballantyne  Thomas 

529  Greaves  Mrs  Myra 

531  Hay  Adam 

533  Prebble  Stanley  G 
535  Howatson  David 
537  vVilson  James 

Portage  Ave  here 

WEST  SIDE 
Wolseley  Ave.  here 

452  Miller  Thos  J 
454  Vacant 

468  Peterson  Hilda  (wid 
Chas  F) 

470  Donnell  Robt 
472  Willson  Leslie  A 
474  Logan  Fredk  M  T 
476  Robinson  Wm  W 
478  Bates  Chas  K 
480  Masson  Fredk  A 
482  Storsater  Ole 
484  Revie  Thos  M 
486  Bayerl  Frank 

488  Brown  Arthur 

490  Joyce  David 

4  92  Benjamin  Lazar 

494  Chorley  Wm 

496  McCreary  Wm  J 

498  King  James 

502  Bowie  Geo 

504  Downie  Donald  H 
506  Grainger  Wm  N 
508  Hague  Ernest  W  J 

510  Wilson  Robt  D 

512  Sinclair  John  David 
514  McGie  Arthur  W 

518  White  Robt  J 

522  Brownrigg  Frank 

526  Dickenson  David  A 
528  Wilson  Wm 

530  Beech  Wm 

532  Woolverton  John  A 

534  Davey  Henry  W 
Portage  Ave  here 


CRAWFORD  (Norwood), 
from  Linden  to  Third  St. 
Odd  numbers  east  side 
Fourth  intersects 

56  Vacant 
58  Vacant 
60  Hunt  V  E 
74  Spears  — 

78  Newington  Ernest  W 
w  s  New  house 


CRESCENT  ROAD  (Ores- 
centwood),  now  called 
Wellington  Crescent. 


CRAWFORD  AVE. 

(St.  John’s),  from  Scotia 
to  Mac  (now  called  At¬ 
lantic  Ave.) 


CRESCENT  AVE.  (Nor¬ 
wood),  from  Fourth  St. 
to  Linden  Ave. 


CRESCENTWOOD  (Sub¬ 
division,  Fort  Rouge), 
bounded  by  Wellington 
Crescent  and  Waverley 
St. 


CRESWELL  ST.  (St.  Vi¬ 
tal),  runs  from  Home- 
wood  Ave.  south. 


CROSBY  BOUL.  (Tuxedo 
Park),  from  Wilkes  Ave. 
north  to  Bedford  Ave. 


CROSS  AVE.,  from  Dono¬ 
van  west  to  Manches¬ 
ter  St. 


CROZIER  AVE.,  from 
Murray  St.  west  to  Ro¬ 
bert. 


CUMBERLAND  AVE., 

From  360  Donald  to  480 
Kennedy 

Odd  numbers  north  side 

309  Cadillac  Motor  Sales 
Co  Ltd 

313  McKay  Mrs  Mary 

315  Gregory  James  A 

316  Otiis  Fensom  Elevator 

Co  Ltd 

319  Brodie  Miss  L 
325  Brown  Isabella 
327  Winnipeg  Silver  Plate 
Co  Ltd 

327  Northwestern  'Register 
Co  Ltd 

327  Welldon  Printing  Co 
Ltd 

Hargrave  intersects 

—  First  Baptist  Church 
3'57  Martin  James  E 

344  CUMBERLAND 
BUILDING 

Room — 

1  Vacant 

2  Vacant 

3  Vacant 

4-i5  BeJll-'Duncan  Ltd 
6-7  Vacant 
$  Vacant 
9  Vacant 

10  Vacant 

11  Vacant 

12  Vacant 

13  Vacant 

14  Vacant 

15  Visible  Card  Book 

Co 

16-17-18  Vacant 

19  Hamilton  Slhoe  Co 

Ltd  (Toronto) 

20  Press  Printing  Co 

22  Moorhead  G  Guy 

23  Suckling  John  &  Co 

24  Eraser  Fretd 

25  Winnipeg  Sanitary 

Towel  Sumply  Co 
216  Vacant 

27  Vacant 

28  Vacant 

29  Vacant 

30  Vacant 


31  Vacant 

32  Vacant 

33  Vacant 

34  Vacant 

35  Vacant 

36-38  Smith  Runciman 
Co  Ltd  (Toronto) 

39  Vacant 

40  Vacant 

41  Vacant 

42  Vacant 

43  Vacant 

44  Vacant 

45  Vacant 
4  6  Vacant 

47  Vacant 

48  Baird  Alex 

49  Vacant 

50  Vacant 

Top  fl  Winnipeg  Prin¬ 
ters  Club 

Top  fl  Letlham  James 
C 

Top  fl  McMillan  Wm 
346  Apple  Tree  Vegetarian 
Restaurant 

348  Burroughs  Adding  Ma¬ 
chine  Co 

350  Winnipeg  Co-operative 
Society  ,  , 

352  St  Clair  H  J  CO'  Ltd 
352  Dickerson  C  A 
355  Hindley  Geo 
359  Whitlock  Ernest  E 
365  CUMBERLAND 
COURT 
Suite — 

1  Bender  Fred 

2  Mobsby  Bruce  C 

3  Eccles  C  Stanley 

4  Sterrett  Geo 

5  Ford  G  W 

6  Vacant 

7  Buxton  J  H  Jr 

8  Kenny  Charles  H 
371  Scott  Mrs  Elizabeth 
373  Reid  Mrs  Barbara  M 
377  Vacant 

379  Chang  Chong  laundry 
383  Lister  Geo  A 

389  CENTRAL  PARK 
BLOCK 

Suite — 

1  Small  Arthur 

2  Wheaton  Miss  L  M 

3  Ashley  E  W 

4  Serkau  A 

5  Cheatley  Mrs  J  Z 

6  Nott  Herbert  A 
393  Lipsett  A  M 

395  Eastland  Mrs  Margaret 
397  Boutlier  Otto 
399  Allison  Mrs  Mary 
401  Dean  Mrs  Alice 
403  Jameson  Wm 
405  Thompson  Mrs  Eliza¬ 
beth 

407  King  H 

411  Peatt  George 

413  Rogers  John  S 

419  Fillmore  Charles  W 

423  Barber  Joseph  W 

425  Moffat  B  C 

431  McBean  Alexander 

433  Lee  Co 

435  Northern  Shirt  Co 

—  Gas  Power  Age  Ltd 

—  Rugg  E  W  Co 


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232  KENNEDY  STREET 

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Cumberland 


CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  1914 


Denton  4  65 


Gertie  begins 

445  Schram  Wm 

447  Gibson  Clharl.es  R 

448  Lent  Mrs  Carrie  E 

449  Kennedy  Jenny 

450  Smith  Hattie 

451  Sellar  Raymond 
4‘53  Hamilton  John  W 
455  Asihiby  Tho-s 

459  McLean  John 
461-463  Chamberlain  R  «B 
Mrs 

46 5- 46 7  'For, rest  Mrs  Janet 
469  MacDonald  Hugth 
471  iBodgner  Horace 

Kennedy  here 


CUNNINGTON  AVENUE, 
(Windsor  Park),  runs 
from  St.  Mary’s  Road, 
west  to  Red  River. 


CURTIS,  from  Red  River 
to  Point  Douglas  Ave., 
intersecting*  at  76  Hig¬ 
gins  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 

41  Rowe  Joseph  A 
43  Vacant 

51  Vacant 

WEST  SIDE 
38  Shermer  Wm 
40  Polisczuk  L 

42  Pollock  Wm 
48  Duncan  Wm 
50  Dixon  Geo 

52  McIntosh  Alt 
Hig*g*ins  intersects 

74  Mah  Jim 
76  Gruchy  Ohas 
78  Lookochook  Fred 
80  Harvey  — 

84  McMillan  Alexander 


CUTHBERTSON  AVE. 
(Tuxedo  Park),  from 
University  Boul.  W., 
west  to  Rutford  St. 


CYNTHIA  ST.,  from  Win¬ 
nipeg*  Ave.  (Kildonan), 
north. 


DAGMAR,  from  361  Notre 
Dame  Ave.  to  346*4  Wil¬ 
liam. 

EAST  SIDE 

47  Iverson  Wm 
51  Coghill  David 
53  Simpson  Mrs  Gibson 
55  OBenn  Mrs  Margaret 
57  Richards  Francis  S 
61  Uttley  James 
67  Dixon  Elizabeth  M 
69  Hamilton  House 
McDermot  intersects 
87  Taylor  James  B 
89- Poirier  Theophil 
93  Hogg  Margaret 
95  Homersham  Mrs  Jane 
Bannatyne  intersects 
117  Shackell  Victor 
121  Carson  Mrs  Margaret 
123  Campbell  O  J 
127  Chambers  Mrs  B  M 
129-133  Jewish  Synagogue 
William  here 


WEST  SIDE 

42  Ben  Nevis  House 
46  Payne  Fredk 
50  Wright  Stanley 
52  Mills  Robt  R 
54  Edwards  Sidney 
56  Brodeur  Andre 
68  Dixon  Wm 

McDermot  intersects 
74  Ward  R 
86  Bennett  James  H 
88  Clarke  Cecil 
92  Rajotte  Mrs  M  A 
96  Peterson  Morris  P 
100  Jim  Lee  laundry 
Bannatyne  intersects 
William  here 


DAIRY  AVE.  (formerly 
called  Winnipeg  and 
Murray),  runs  from  Parr 
St.  west  to  McPhillips  St. 

DAISY  ST.  (Rosser),  runs 
from  North  Ave,  north. 


DADE  AVE.  (Kildonan), 
from  Main  East  to 
Red  River. 


DALLAS  ST.,  from  Moun¬ 
tain  Ave.  to  Machray 
Ave. 


DALTON,  from  Mountain 
Ave.  to  Machray  Ave. 

491  Reed  John  H 
473  Lalond  Fredk 


DALY  (Port  Rouge),  from 
611  Wardlaw  south  to  C. 
P.  R.  tracks. 

EAST  SIDE 
Wardlaw  here 
Gertrude  intersects 
McMillan  intersects 

—  Wilson  John 
Corydon  intersects 

Jessie  intersects 
274  Will  Alex 

Rosser  intersects 
Mulvey  intersects 
WEST  SIDE 
Wardlaw  here 
187  Horsfall  Arthur 

Gertrude  intersects 
McMillan  intersects 
Corydon  intersects 

—  The  Cleaners 

Jessie  intersects 
273  Hobkirk  Arthur  A 
295  Harley  Benj 

Rosser  intersects 
Mulvey  intersects 
Fleet  intersects 
Garwood  intersects 
367  Darbovich  A  sec  hand 
dir 

Dudley  intersects 

393  Mogolov  &  Weinstein 
grocers 

415  Nelson  Wm 
w  s  Lord  Roberts  School 

Lorette  intersects 


DARLING  (Rivervie\f,  Ft. 
Rouge),  from  Bartlett 
Ave.  to  Balfour  Ave. 


DARWIN  ST.  (St.  Vital), 
runs  from  Homewood 
Ave.  south. 


DAUPHIN  AVENUE  (St. 
James),  from  Spruce  St. 
to  Pine  St. 


DAVID  (Assiniboine)  from 
Park  Ave.  south  to  Grant 
Ave. 


DAVIDSON  ST.  (Strath- 
millan,  St.  James),  Por¬ 
tage  Ave.  north  to  C.  P. 
R.  tracks. 

e  s  Acheson  Thos  S 
e  s  McMillan  Virginia  (wid 
John) 

e  s  New  house 
w  s  New  house 
w  s  Vacant 
w  s  McMillan  Patk 
w  s  Vacant 


DAWSON  RD.  (St.  Boni¬ 
face),  from  Rue  Plinguet 
south. 

—  Alsip  Brick  Co  yard 


DEARBORN  ST.  (Elm¬ 
wood),  from  Kelvin  east. 

166  Burnett  Albt 
170  Barnes  Hugh 
172  Caskey  James 
176  Vacant 
178  Ceprick  John 
180  Privel  Paul 
182  Lowry  Alex 
190  Bowen  George 
192  Gray  George 
194  Johannasen  Arnet 
200  Bowen  Fredk 
216  Stewart  Alexander 
Brazier  intersects 
224  Kidd  John 
226  New  house 
228  Marsden  Robt 
230  Emery  Archd 
234  Jones  David  I 
238  Neal  Benj 

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DE  LA  GICLAIS  AVE.  (St. 
Vital),  runs  from  River 
Rd.  east. 

St.  Ann’s  Road  here 

I  n  s  Allard  A 
I  s  s  Allard  M 
,  n  s  Poitras  J  M 
n  s  Genthon  Chas 


DANNOCK  AVE.  (Tux¬ 
edo  Park),  from  Kil¬ 
dare  St.  west. 


DEE  ST.  (Caparano  Place) 
from  Ross  Ave.  to  Ban¬ 
natyne  Ave. 


DELMAR  ST.  (Pt.  Rouge), 
south  of  Elm  Park. 


DENTON  RD.  (Norwood) 
runs  from  Myrtle  Ave. 
south  to  Ewart  Ave. 


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DEPIN  ST.  (St.  Boniface), 
runs  from  Tache  Avenue 
east. 

s  s  Beaudru  Felix 


DERBY,  from  Sutherland 
to  Stella. 

EAST  SIDE 

21  Macporwch  Peter 
23  Mike  John 

Jarvis  intersects 
31  Aasovich  Peter  grocer 
35  Altman  Louis  saddler 

37  Musuk  Geo 

39  Gaisky  Moses 

41  Delaney  Mike 

43  Gaisky  Moses  butcher 
4  5  !•  oreigners 
47  Fedora  Nick 
4  9  Garber  Joseph 

51  Rosentzweig  Abram 

butcher 

51%  Waldmar  Jacob 
53  Marcus  Benj 
53%  Glowatz  Harry 
55  Stevanik  Demitri 
57  Shaper  Benj 
59  Smolisch  Harry  grocer 
Dufferin  intersects 

69  Northern  Fruit  &  Pro¬ 

duce  Co 

73  Baker  Joseph  saddler 
73a  Akerman  Max  butcher 

Stella  intersects 

WEST  SIDE 

Jarvis  intersects 

38  Adelmar  Peter 

40  Goldberg  Sami 
4  2  Adelmar  Joseph 

42  (above)  Cohen  Jacob 
50  Teplitzky  Nathan  blk- 

smitih 

52  Minuk  Peter 
Dufferin  intersects 

62  'Chemeinitsky  Jacob  A 
gen  store 

64  Rosenblat  Robt  saddler 
66  Holman  Jacob 

70  Lask  Joseph  blksmith 
72  Silber  Abraham  tin¬ 
smith 

74  Cohen  Clara 
78  Sneider  Liova 
78%  Careskey  James 
80  Kluner  John 

86  Rond  Mike 
88  Schapera  Abraham 
88%  Stut  Jacob 
90  Stut  &  Gabrer  tin¬ 
smiths 

Stella  intersects 

94  Hymovilch  Sami 
96  Baron  Jacob 
100  Ackerman  Max 
102  Derby  blk 

102  DERBY  BLOCK 

1  Edwards  Edgar  J 

2  Birmingham 

3  Finkelman  Jack 

4  Dempster  Thos 

5  Cohen  David 

6  Vacant 

7  Bujold  Frank  J 

8  Lad  ell  W  J 

9  MacMillan  John  J 

10  Hamilton  Chas  A 

11  Pyrke  Albert  J 


DERVEAU  ST.  (St.  Boni¬ 
face). 

4  5  Meran  Germain 
49  Gazes  Raphael 
55  Messenger  Thos  E 


DESALABERRY  AVENUE 
(Elmwood),  continuation 
of  Nairn  east  of  Mont¬ 
calm. 

s  s  Mineral  Springs  Sani¬ 
tarium 

439  Haarsma  J  P 
s  s  Sulkers  Herbert 

DESAUTELS  (St.  Boni¬ 
face),  from  Des  Meurons 
to  C.  N.  R.  tracks. 

NORTH  SIDE 

13  Pelletier  Ernest 

15  Beaulieu  Thos 

17  De  Ambrosis  Francois 

23  Cusson  Arthur  J 

25  Ridley  Edgar  C 
33  Couture  Pierre  Jr 

35  Couture  Elzear 
41  Verhaege  Bruno 

43  Vandenameele  Joseph 
45  Vizena  Emile 

49  Goddens  Camille 

SOUTH  SIDE 

12  Vanassche  T  H 
IS  Dhaene  Chas 
22  Vacant 

24  Nollet  Julius 

26  Soins  Edw 

28  Martin  Harry 
30  Verchaere  Henry 
30  (rear')  De  Cock  Jules 
32  Van  Eislander  Pierre 

36  Bocage  James 
38  Turenne  Arthur 
40  Huibrecht  Camille 

44  Le  Gouarguer  Joseph 
48  Prudhomme  Louis  S 
52  Allan  John 


DFSCHAMBAULT  (St. 
Boniface),  from  Des 
Meurons  to  C.N.R.  track. 
NORTH  SIDE 

10  Vacant 

12  Remillard  Magliore 
16  I  ervill  Dominic 
—  New  house 

SOUTH  SIDE 
15  Roy  Leon 
]”  Jackson  Henry 
19  Lavelle  Wilfred 
21  Vansteenbregge  Firmin 
23  Remillard  Simeon 
25  Bernier  Chas  C 

DES  MEURONS  (St.  Boni¬ 
face),  from  Provencher 
Ave.  south  to  limits. 
EAST  SIDE 
Victoria  here 
355  Savard  Ernest 
357  Fisette  Joseph 
361  De  Gagne  Peter  G 
383  De  Leeuw  Aug 
389  Bockstall  Theo 
389%  Van  de  Bussche 
Courtant 

391  Hall  Arthur  E 


391%  Viengeberge  Teyafiel 
393  Morley  David 
395  De  Leewu  Marcel 
395%  Vendelle  D 
405  McCaughan  Arthur 
407  Stebenne  Aurele 
Hamel  here 
441  Druwe  Chas 
449  Doutre  G  John 
457  Couture  Emanuel 
461  Gavine  Chas 
463  Tissot  August  grocer 
463%  Tissot  August 
465  iBayliss  Albt  H 
471  Cusson  Chas 
473-477  Deslouries  Column 
Mould  Co 
479  Maure  Xavier 
481  Prefontaine  Alb  A 
483  Bourgeault  Joseph 
489  Lacroix  Magliore 
499  Desrosiers  Geo 
601  Del.marque  Archille 
501%  Desrosiers  Omer 
Cathedral  Ave.  here 
Ovil  here 

50  Landerville  Oscar 
64  Beaudro  Piermont 
74  Haak  Abraham 
86  Self  Percy  G 

Dubuc  intersects 
122  Oliver  John  M 
124  Jeanfavre  Adolphe 
136  Duhamel  Alex 
140  St  Boniface  Creamery 
Co  (The) 

142  Vacant 

152  Westover  Edgar  B 
170  Berlin  &  Co  grocers 
172%  Carrier  Roger 
172%  MacKenzie  Alex 
172  Trudeau  M  Co  meat 
market 

172%  Pellaton  Bertrand 
Eugenie  intersects 

200  Renchenton  Harry  pool 
room 

200%  CARDON  BLOCK 

Suites — 

1  Berry  Thos  Jr 

2  Bailey  Wm  A 

202  Renchenton  Harry  fruit 
Marion  intersects 
258  Guilbault  Co  Ltd  (The) 
276  Bailey  Bros 
284  Bailey  Wm  A 
286  Johnston  James  H 
288  Aldridge  Wm  J 
290  Martin  Percy  A 
292  Matthams  James 
294  Rowan  James 
296  Sewrey  Fred  A 
298  Hogeboom  Herb  J 
Bertrand  Intersects 
300  Hawes  John 
302  Shading  Geo 
304-320  Acme  Sash  &  Door 
Co  Ltd  (The) 

WEST  SIDE 
Hamel  here 

446  Gauthier  Arthur 
Deschambault  ends 

470  Laurent  Horace 
470%  Gauthier  Joseph 
476  Davi*  W  R 
478  FieL\  Vlugh 

Desautel  ends 

502  Couture  Theo 


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Cathedral  ends 

504  Beaulieu  Severe  res¬ 
taurant 
508  Grenier  K 
510  Charette  Kirk  Co  Ltd 
512  Beaudette  Allan 
514  Goodman  J  A 
518  Duyuyonck  Camille 
544  Marchand  Geo 
556  Vacant 

Dubuc  intersects 
119  Senett  Wm 
121  Watson  Mrs  Louisa 
123  Kent  Arthur  J 
125  Seeley  Chas 
129  Spearman  Walter  J 
131  Squires  Harry  GP 
153  Webb  Fred 
157  McHattie  James 
161  Mackie  David 
163  Lytle  Wm  W 
165  Goulet  Alf 
167  Box  Wm  H 
173  Andre  — 

1715  Gange  W,m  H 
177  Malloy  Patk  J 
179  Jones  Ben  F 

Eugenie  intersects 
181  Mercer  James 
185  Genthon  Fred 
213  Stephens  Wm  J 
215  Jackson  Wm  J 
Horace  here 
221  Martin  James 
227  Weardon  Robt 

Marion  intersects 
233  Cohen  Sam  E  conf 
237  Simmonds  Geo 
247  Marcet  Marius 
—  Vacant 
249  Glass  Wm  C 
251  Isherwood  Alf 
253  Cruice  Sydney 
255  Crossley  John 

C  N  R  Track  here 
271  Pick  Henry 
273  Swanson  Swan  W 
273  (upstairs)  Tinker  Chas 
275  Evans  Wm  H 
277  Anderson  David 
279  Marr  David 
283  Pariseau  Paul 

Victoria  here 


DEVON  AVE.  (Oakland 
Park),  runs  from  East 
Kildonan  Road  east. 


DEVON  STREET  (West¬ 
ward  Place)  from  Pritch¬ 
ard  Ave.  to  Magnus  Ave. 


DEWDNEY,  (Point  Doug¬ 
las),  from  Grace  west  to 
Mordaunt. 

Grace  intersects 
5  Murray  Wm 
42  Taylor  Wm 

Boyle  intersects 
Mordaunt  intersects 


DIGBY  AVE  (Elmwood), 
from  Red  River  east  to 
Elmwood  Cemetery,  sec¬ 
ond  south  of  Hespeler. 

27  Hancox  Frank  A 


DISRAELI,  from  Red 
River  to  25  Euclid. 

NORTH  SIDE 
Gomez  ends 

53  Cockcroft  Archie 
55  Hoffman  Joseph 
57  Stepan  Demko 
59  Souttar  Alf 

61  Knowles  Thos 
63  Agland  Regd 
65  Peirce  Geo 

69  Nash  Chas 
71  Ritchie  Andrew 
91  Boyd  E 
95  Tate  Joseph  W 
99  Mackenzie  Alex 

101  Mandryk  Tony 
109  Nowak  Stanley 

109  (upstairs)  Nowak  Alb 
113  Semogey  John 
113  Putagily  Joseph 

115  Haddad  Solomon 
117  Shnider  Joseph 

117  (upstairs)  Malonsky 

Joseph 

123  Dugan  Edw 

125  Midanock  Mike 

129  Dagdick  Geo 

131  Haddad  Geo 

135  Vacant 

137  Resck  &  Haddad 

SOUTH  SIDE 

30  Warselick  Michael 
32  Spakular  Harry 
36  Striber  Frank 
4  4  Brookobat  Geo 
44  (upstairs)  Padk  Alex 

62  Buckingham  Richd 

Gomez  ends 
84  Nyczuk  Mike 
86  Finn  Mrs  Maria 
88  Harper  Robt 
90  Gowler  J  R  grocer 

102  Shrelkowice  Mrs  Julia 
104  Gushe  Daniel 

106  Kishtoff  Alex 

116  St  Mark’s  Mission 

(Church  of  England) 

118  Mistow  Harry 
120  Uremko  Mike 
122  Czylerbuk  John 

126  Harris  Mike 
128  Chowan  Andw 

130  Handzuk  Alex 

130  (upstairs)  Skerrock 
Pete 

132  Sokolowski  H 
134  Manser  John 

136  Manser  John  grocer 

Euclid  here 


DOBSON  ST.,  from  Tryst 
Ave.  south. 


DOMINION,  from  Assini- 
boine  River  north  to  No¬ 
tre  Dame. 

EAST  SIDE 

441  Kirkby  Tyson 

443  Pincock  James  C 

445  New  house 

447  New  house 

449  New  house 

451  New  house 

453  New  house 

455  New  house 

457  Scott  -Frederick  W 


4  77  Egan  Patrick  J 
479  New  house 
481  Cowan  Robt 

483  New  house 

485  Wolfe  James  A 

503  Oxton  Stephen  C 

509  /Martel  Wm  A 

511  Budka  Rev  Nicetas 

515  Cochrane  Thos  W 

517  Stinson  Wm  S  vet  surg 

519  Barrowclough  Sami  L 

521  Marshall  Robt  J 
527  Rollins  Frank  S 

529  Pound  Wm  B 

531  Hamilton  John 
533  Vacant 

Portage  Avenue  here 
Ellice  intersects 
Parish  Avenue  intersects 
Sargent  intersects 
Wellington  intersects 
Yarwood  intersects 
1147  Tripp  Sami  I 
1171  Hull  Herbert  J 
Richard  intersects 
Notre  Dame  here 
Dominion  Government  line 
immediately  west  of 
Brookside 

C  P  R  main  line  intersects 
WEST  SIDE 

452  New  house 
454  New  house 
456  New  house 
458  New  house 

484  Sweet  Wm  A 

486  Holmes  Robt  G 
488  Adams  Arthur  W 
496  New  house 

498  Eilbeck  Isaac  B 
500  Vacant 
502  Vacant 

504  Woodburn  Walter  R 
506  Jackson  Hiram  A 
508  Ashdown  Geo 

510  Anderson  Wm  G 

512  Bell  James 

516  Hobbs  John  A 

518  Wilson  Harry  F 

520  Macdonald  Angus  R 

522  Dubois  Adolphe 
524  Mulholland  Michael 
526  Smith  Edw 

530  Drake  Walter  S 

532  Murphy  Chas 
536  Alston  Richd 
536  Wise  Henry  A 

Portage  Ave  here 
Ellice  intersects 
Parish  Ave  intersects 
782  Brown  Chas 

Sargent  intersects 
Wellington  intersects 
Yarwood  intersects 
Richard  intersects 
Notre  Dame  here 
Dominion  Government  line 
immediately  west  of 
Brookside 

C  P  R  main  line  intersects 


DOMINION  GOV- 
ERNMENT  ROAD,  runs 
north  from  Notre  Dame 
west  to  C.  P.  R.  main 
line,  west  of  Rosser  Rd. 
Notre  Dame  West  here 
—  Clarke  John 
e  s  Brookside  Cemetery 


Hammond  &  Rodway 

Plumbing,  Steam  and  Hot  Water  Heating 

Phone!  Garry  394  Offices:  120  Charlotte  Street 


Sealer  !• 

Scrap  Rails 
Scrap  Rubber 
Scrap  Copper 
Zinc,  Babbit 
Brass,  Lead 
Aluminum, 
Cast  and 
Wrought  Iron 
Pipes, 

Wool  and 
Cotton  Rags, 
Fumigated 
Wipers,  Bags 
Bones, 
Horsehair 
All  Kinds 
Bottles 

Corner 

Princess 

and 

Sutherland 

Phone 

St.John  7(M 


Winnipeg  Ceiling  &  Rooting  Co. 


MANUFACTURERS 


FACTORY  AT  ST.  BONIFACE 


Private  Telephone  Exchange 
Connecting  All  Departments 


CORNICES 

SKYLIGHTS 

FIREPROOF 

WINDOWS 


468  Dominion  HENDF' .".ON’S  WINNIPEG  Donald 


e  s  Isolation  Hospital 
e  s  Johnson  C  J 
e  s  Johnson  John  G 
w  s  Green  Geo 
w  s  Green  Lawrence 
C  P  R  Main  Iiine  here 


DOMINION  PARK  (Sub¬ 
division,  Lincoln  Park), 
on  northeast  side  of  city, 
between  Mathieson  Ave. 
and  McArthur  Ave. 


DOMINION  PLACE  (Sub¬ 
division),  on  east  side  of 
city,  between  Hamilton 
Place  and  Nairn  Place. 


DON  AVE  (Port  Rouge), 
from  Red  River  west  to 
C.  N.  R.  tracks. 

NORTH  SIDE 

437  Fyfe  Mrs  Jessie 
429  McKay  Donald 
431  Gilmore  Andw 
431  %  Affleck  Lumsden 
433  Faulkner  Herbert 
Osborne  intersects 
CNR  Tracks  here 


DON  ST.  (Caparano  Place), 
from  Ross  Ave.  to  Ban- 
natyne  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 

3  Jeffery  Frank 

7  Sandiford  James 

11  Mayson  John 

WEST  SIDE 
6  Ball  L  H 

8  Reid  Mrs  — 

10  Foreigners 

12  Cook  Herbert  K 


DONALD,  from  335  As- 
sinihoine  to  Cumberland, 
intersecting1  at  303  Por¬ 
tage  Ave. 

EAST  SIDE 
27  Burdett  John  E 
31  Dill  Wm  R 
33  Spence  Clarence  S 
35  Thistlewaite  John  L 
37  Benson  Wm 
41  Matheson  W  A 
55  Hastings  Geo  V 
59  Duval  Rev  Dr  F  B 
67  Douglas  J  S 
73  Swanson  John  A 
79  Winnipeg  Squash  Ra- 
quet  Club 
81  Mayes  Henry 
83  Vacant 
85  Gee  Edith 
87  Bridgeman  Chas  S 
Broadway  intersects 
115  Chambers  James  H 
117  Wildman  John 
119  Beaubien  Mrs  A 
1  21  Campbell  Mrs  Jane 
1  23  Graham  Edgar  D 
129  Hoerner  Henry  F 
131  Seekings  R  H 
135  Williams  Walter 
137  Cuff  Wm  J 
139  Lackey  Dee  W 
141  Bourteau  Villar 


145  Beeger  Mrs  — 

147  Dreaman  John 

York  intersects 
153  Veit  E  M 
159  McPherson  Angus 
163  Wootton  Arthur  W 
167  Bond  Dr  John  H  R 
173  Young  Sarah 
175  Holland  J  E 
179  Dowling  John  F 
183  Baskerville  Chas  A 
189  Macbeth  John  F 
189%  Vacant 
191  Egan  Margaret 
193  Hildred  Mrs  J 

St  Mary’s  intersects 
209  Rice  Arthur  M 
213  Donald  Alex 
217-219  LEE  COURT 
Suite — 

A  Blair  Sami 
B  Benson  Dr  A 
C  Wright  Fred  G 
D  Nelson  Irving  C 
E  Hartnett  W  C 
F  Davis  Wm  T 
G  Jamieson  Alex 
H  Palmer  Geo  L 
I  Forrester  R  J 
J  Askin  Wm 
K  Bearisto  W  M 
L  Quinlan  Wm  J 
M  Ackerson  Leon  C 
N  Dolmer  John 
O  Maecker  Geo  C 
P  Hunter  W  J 
Q  Stanton  Lamont  H 
R  Hooper  Mrs  S 
S  McLean  Burton 
T  Bowes  Alex  R 
U  Christie  A  R 
V  Johnston  Estelle 
W  O’Donohue  Mrs  L 
X  Brewer  Henry  H 
(basement)  Mason  F 
caretaker 
221  Trespe  Richd 
223  Cameron  Robt  S 
227  Balkwill  Leslie 
229  Lee  Wm  F 
231  Vacant 

235  Lalonde  Mrs  Euphro- 
sine 

237  McDonald  G 

Graham  intersects 

—  Holy  Trinity  Church 
273  Fortin  Ven  Archdeacon 
273%  Forman’s  Corset  Shop 
275  Home  Supply  Co 

277  Kemp’s  Boarding  House 
277  Lyric  Restaurant 
279  Eaton  Baby  Carriage 
Shelter 

281  Hagarty  P  C  Co  auto 
accessories 

281  Hamilton-Beach  Sales 
Co 

283  London  Feather  Co  Ltd 
285  Schwalm  Dan  tailor 
287  Pease  Western  Foun¬ 
dry  Ltd 

289  Rosery  (The) 

—  Somerset  Block  (side) 

Portage  Ave  intersects 


309  WELDON  BLOCK 

Room — 

1  Garlow  Geo  A  hair 

specialist 

2  Robertson  Dr  P  C 

3  New  Method  Dental 

Parlors 

7-8  New  Method  Den¬ 
tal  Parlors 

11  McConnachie  John 

12  Steinhagen  John 
15  Slaughton  Robt 
16-17  McKenzie  Mar¬ 
garet  dressmkr 

18  Brown  James 

19  Watts  Grace 

311  Pearson  Frank  au  - 
tion  market 

311  Hough  J  F  sheet 
metal  contr 

311  (upstairs)  Union  Elec¬ 
tric  Co 

311  (upstairs)  Hawes  C  & 
Sons  sign  painters 
313  Palace  Fur  Mfg  Co 
315  Kifeski  Chas  shoe  re¬ 
pair  shop 

315  (rear)  Civel  &  Co  car¬ 
penters 

315%  Turner  Thos  tailor 
319  Empire  Transfer  Co 

325  TEMPLE  BUILDING 

Suite — 

1  Saalfeld  &  McLean 

hairdressers 

2  Nolan  Herbert  C 

3  McLean  Mrs  B 

4  Sinclair  Duncan 

5  Leavens  Mrs  M  A 

6  Allan  Benj  M 
329  Masonic  Temple 

Ellice  intersects 
—  Knox  Church  (Presby¬ 
terian) 

21  Midway  House 

WEST  SIDE 

42  Spink  Sami 
52  Bury  Geo  J 

54  PATTERSON  BLOCK 

Suite — 

1  Henderson  J  Selby 

2  Baird  Dr  John  S 

3  Meiklejohn  H  J 

4  Unsworth  R  Franck 

5  Vacant 

6  Haslett  John  G 

7  Ulmer  E  F  janitor 
56  Paterson  Hugh  S 

62  Hutton  Mrs  — 

64  Jukes  Hami’ton  A 
72  Norman  W  E 
78  Gordon  Henry  B 
82  Miller  Mrs  Margaret 
86  Jones  Richd  I 

Broadway  intersects 
106  Drs  Blanchard  &  Gunn 
private  hospital 
124  Chisholm  J  M 
130  Jobin  Thos 
138  Jeffrey  Rev  Canon 
144  Bolster  Ernest 

York  intersects 
156  Moody  Arthur  W  phvs 
162  Taney  Geo 
166  Smith  Harry  T 
172  Gulland  Chas  E 
176  Russell  F  W 


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CITY  DIRECTORY  FOR  19CL 4 


Donald  469 


178  Dunlop  Wm 
180  Wadhams  A  J 
182  Hagel  Nathaniel  F 
18i6  Boyd  Thomas  H 
188  Marwood  Mary 
190  Roberts  Mary 
194  Bell  Harry 
196  Mutter  John  T 
198  Robinson  Wm 

St  Mary’s  intersects 
206  McKinnon  M 
210  Zimbrick  Minnie 
212  McRae  Geo 
214  Armstrong  Geo 
222  Henry  Geo 
224  Henry  Marcus 
226  Henry  Marcus 
228  Smith  Henry  D 
232  Taney  G  E 
236  Brooks  John  A 
250  McKinnon  Malcolm 
Graham  intersects 
—  T  Eaton  Co 
Portage  Ave  intersects 
300  Side  entrance  Claren¬ 
don  Hotel 

306  Clarendon  Hotel  Bar¬ 
ber  Shop 

310  Stag  Barber  Shop 
310  Stag  Billiard  Parlors 
312-314  Saratoga  Billiard 
&  Bowling  Alleys 
316  Durrant  &  Stanley  tai¬ 
lors 

316%  PULFORD  BLOCK 

Room — 

1  Canadian  Hotel 
Supply  Co  Ltd 

1  Dust  Oil  Co 

2  Vacant 

3  Acme  Sample  Case 

Co 

5-6  Le  Soleil  de’L 
Ouest  P  &  P  Co 
Ltd 

7  Boyd  Robt  I  bkbndr 

8  Peel  Printing  Co 

9  Dunlop  F  A  Co  of¬ 

fice  specialties 
10  Pulford  Drug  Co 
Ltd 

318  New  Empire  Wall  Pa¬ 
per  Co  Ltd 

32.0  Remington  Typewriter 
Co  Ltd 

322  DONALDA  BLOCK 

Room — 

201  Viavi  Co 

202  Crescent  Mining  Co 

Ltd 

202  Filer  Frank  E  elec 

apparatus 

203  Dorman  Dr  O  C 
203  Munroe  Dr  J  G 

203  Carscallen  Dr  A  D 

204  Houston  Murray  & 

Simpson 

205  Kenney  H  Hart¬ 

man  phys 

207  Workroom 

208  Siebert  George  E 

bldrs’  supplies 

209  Caudwell  Thos  H 
209  Atkinson  R  E  bar¬ 
rister 

301  Vacant 

4 


302  Canada  Sales  Co 
Ltd 

302  Hall  Wardrope  & 

Co  mfrs  of  dis¬ 
infectants 

303  Hazleton  &  Walin 

Ltd  gen  contrs 
304-5  Vacant 

306  Schretlen  (John) 

Importing  Co 

307  Canada  Manufac¬ 

turing  Import¬ 
ing  and  Distribu¬ 
ting  Co  Ltd 

308  Sampson  Estates 

309  Hooper  Pub  Co 
309  Dominion  Office  & 

Store  Fitting  Co 

401  Vacant 

402  Packard  Elec  Co 

Ltd 

403  Cross  W  W 

404  Skene  R  C  &  Co 

real  est 

404  Dauphin  Land  Co 

Ltd 

405  Dominion  Informa¬ 

tion  Sales  Co 

405  Eccles  Leffler  &  Co 

customs  brokers 

406  Williams  Rainey 

Co  Ltd  ins 

407  Urquhart  &  Carroll 

furriers 

408  I  X  L  Adv  Agency 

408  McKinnon  James  B 

real  est 

409  Childerhose  A  fin 

broker 

409  Toon  -  Mitchell 
Realty  Co 

324  Doherty  Piano  Co  Ltd 
326  Richardson  Bros  ar¬ 
tists  materials 
330  WESTMINSTER 
BLOCK 
Suite — 

A  Wiggins  — 

B  Hay  Wm  J 
C  Prior  Alfd  caretkr 

1  Elvidge  Sarah  (wid 

G  A) 

2  Churchill  Mrs  F  E 

3  Swinford  Sydney 

4  McLaskie  Ernest  E 

5  Dodds  Allan 

6  McMillan  Rose 

7  Mulligan  Louis  T 

8  Weld  Corbin 

9  Spencer  Mrs  E 

10  Stenning  Mrs  A  C 

11  Browning  Thos  M 

12  Law  Eli 

14  Anderson  Mrs  Annie 

15  Ricard  Mrs  Helen 

16  Ferguson  James  G 

17  Vineen  E  E 

Ellice  intersects 

344  Parsons  H  W  auo 

354-360  CANADA  BLOCK 

Dunlop  Tire  &  Rub¬ 
ber  Goods  Co 
Russell  Motor  Car 
Co  Ltd 

Second  Floor 

Canada  Cycle  & 
Motor  Co  Ltd 


Third  Floor 

Winnipeg  Master, 
Builders  Assn 
London  &  Lanca¬ 
shire  Fire  Ins  Co 
London  &  Lanca¬ 
shire  Guar  &  | 
Acc  Co  of  Can  | 
304  Multigraph  Sales 
Co  Ltd 

304  Bradley  G  R  &  Co 
carbons 

304  Snider  &  Bossons 
mfrs  agts 

304  Vernon  C  W  mech 
eng 

Consolidated  Opti¬ 
cal  Co  Ltd 
Fourth  Floor 
Winnipeg  Fur  Co 
Ltd 

401  Carruthers  G  F 

Fire  Ins  Agency 

402  Western  Canada 

Acc  &  Guar  Ins 
Co 

402  British  North 
America  Co  Ltd 
real  est 

404  Manitoba  Business 
College 

404  Synod  Office  Dio¬ 
cese  of  Rupert’s 
Land 

404  Church  Camp  Mis¬ 
sion  Office 
Fifth  Floor 

501  Roberts  &  Frith 

engineers 

502  Canadian  Freight 

503  Webb  D  J  Harry 

paving  contr 

503  Canadian  Mineral 

Rubber  Co  Ltd 

504  Dinnen  N  J  &  Co 

sales  agts 

—  Ivey  John  D  Co 
Ltd  whol  millin¬ 
ery 

Sixth  Floor 

601  Cowin  &  Fee  steel 
products 

601  Winnipeg  Tie  & 

Post  Co 

602  Allan  A  A  &  Co 

Ltd 

604-6  Rowland  &  Par¬ 
ker  Ltd  whol 
jewelers 
Seventh  Floor 

701  Empire  Lumber  Co 

702  Bellhouse  D  W 

architect 

703  Kennedy  John  S 

Co  mfrs  agts 

703  Lehberg  Bros 

mfrs  agts 

704  Dominion  Bridge 

Co  Ltd 

705  McDiarmid  J  Co 

Ltd  gen  contrs 
707  Sovereign  Life  As¬ 
surance  Co 
—  Luscombe  Carroll 
358-60  Low  John  W 
Cumberland  intersects 


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470  Donald  HENDERSON'S  WINNIPEG  Dorchester 


8  BELL  BLOCK 
First  Floor 

Bryce  &  Co  Ltd 
mfrs  agts 
Second  Floor 
McKinnon  S  F  &  Co 
Ltd  whol  millin¬ 
ery 

Third  Floor 

Dominion  School  of 
Accountancy  & 
Finance 

Dominion  Business 
College 
Fourth  Floor 
Imperial  Pub  Co 
Whyte  -  Fawcett 
Studio 

McPherson-McCurdy 
adv  agts 
Correspondence 
School  of  Scien¬ 
tific  Farming  Ltd 
Gilbert  Fred  C  char¬ 
tered  acct 
Fifth  Floor 
Whaley  Royce  &  Co 
Ltd  musical  in¬ 
struments 
Miles  Wm  music 
studio 

10-12  Ransom  Engraving 
Co  Ltd 

12  Ellis  Geo  E  &  Co  Ltd 
jewelers 

12  Brock  W  R  Co  Ltd  dry 
goods  whol 

12  Percy  L  D  mfg  jewe¬ 
ler 

12  Sarson  &  Allbutt  die¬ 
sinking 

12  Great  West  White  & 
Blue  Printing  Co 
Ltd 

12  Herone’s  Book  Bindery 
Co 

14  Winnipeg  Stationers  & 
Printers 

14  Imperial  News  Co  Ltd 
14  Reich  Joseph  furrier 
14  McLellan  Printers  (The 
Wm) 

16  Garlock  Packing  Co 
18  Torrey  J  H  electn 
20  Grandy  G  B  &  Co 
mfrs  agts 

22  Wood  Bros  wallpaper 
24  Smith  Visible  Type¬ 
writer  Co  Ltd 

26  PHOENIX  BLOCK 

Room — 

112  Leslie  A  C  &  Co 
Ltd  iron  and 

112  Horsley  W  N  &  Co 

real  est 

113  Desmond  B  J  &  Co 

real  est 

114  Bentz  -  Richardson 

Co  Ltd  elec  spe¬ 
cialties 

114%  C  anad  i  an  S  tamp 
Co 

115  Watt  &  Woodi- 

wiss  real  est 
115  Case  Collection 
Agency 


115a  Loyal  Grand 
Lodge 

116  Cattley  Canadian 

Inv  Co  Ltd 

117  Lynch  D  V  mfrs 

agt 

118  Adanac  Pub  Co 

118  Labor  Press  Bureau 

119  Vacant 

120  McGreevy  J  C  & 

Co  contrs  and 
real  est 

120  Mullins  Henry  A 
investments 

120  McGreevy  Frank  J 

rpo 1  pet 

121  Staples  G  W  phys 

121  O’Neill  J  H  phys 

122  British  Canadian 

Eng  &  Supply 
Co  Ltd 

122a  Ilsary  Fireproof¬ 
ing  &  Gypsum 
Block  Co 

124  Manitoba  Dental 

Laboratory 

125  Automatic  Damper 

Co  Ltd 

125  Gray  W  I  &  Co 
contr  engs 

125  Schumacher  -  Gray 
Co  Ltd  contr  elec 
engs 

212  Consolidated  Film 
Co  Ltd 
214a  Vacant 

215  Dunham  C  A  Co 

Ltd  steam  spe¬ 
cialists 

2>l,5ib  Frossard  Peter 

216  Fergusson  Wm 

Me  M  real  est 
216b  Mortimer  John  S 
real  est 

217  Northern  Sand  & 

Gravel  Co 

218  Roehrig  &  Koenig 

Mach  Co 

218a  Liebermann  F  ins 
and  real  est 
218a  Phoenix  Realty 
Co 

218a  Bultman  Mfrs 
Agency 

219-22%  General  Film 
Co 

222  Peters  S  Frank 
archt 

224  Laberge  Chevalier 

&  Co  whol  fur¬ 
riers 

225  Willetts  Ernest 

janitor 

226  Vacant 


DONALDSON  ST.,  from 
Carruthers  Ave.  to  Mc- 
Adam. 


DONEGAL!  AVE.  (Belle¬ 
vue),  runs  from  East 
Kildonan  Rd.  east. 


DONOVAN  ST.  (Rosser), 
runs  from  Kitchener  Ave. 
north. 


DORCHESTER  AVE.,  from 
Wellington  Cres.  north 
to  Cambridge. 

NORTH  SIDE 

753  Drury  H  A  K 
757  Adamson  J  E 

Aynsley  here 
763  Tees  John  phys 
767  Langlois  Philip 
771  Walker  C  P 
773  McIntosh  Wm 
775  Cooledge  W  W 
—  PANAMA  COURT 
Suite — 

1  Miller  A  Gordon 

3  Burgess  Margaret 

4-5  Gage' John  C 

6  Adams  Frank  W 

7  Stewart  Mrs  Arthur 

8  Richardson  James  A 

9  Whitney  H  O 

10  Mallon  Wm 

11  Dulmage  H 

12  Sutherland  Wilfred 

J 

14  Hoover  Wm  H 

15  Nelson  John  A 

1)6  Hath  ora  Arthur  R 

17  iBarlow  John  S 

18  Lawson  Alfd 

19  Doggett  Francis  H 

20  McFadden  Ernest 

21  Mann  Chas 

22  Kelly  Chas  B 

23  Beattie  John  A 

24  Brock  well  Harold  E 

25  Garland  Edw  P 

26  Head  Leslie  S 
797  Calder  Alex 

799  Brick  Wm 

Lilac  intersects 
801  Fetherstonhaugh  E  P 
803  McMeans  V  A  V 
811  Whitlaw  J  T 
815  Vacant 

821  McKenzie  Lome  E 
827  Sutherland  Chas 
829  Donnelly  Austin  P 
831  Anderson  James  A 
833  Billington  Wm  O 
837  Lawson  Fred  A 
Wentworth  intersects 
871  Morris  Thos 
875  Clark  John  H  A 
879  Glassco  John  G 
885  Vacant 

887  Henderson  Wm  A 
893  Helliwell  Wallace 
897  McGaw  Wm  E 
901  Webb  T  H 
907  Ellis  Geo  E 
909  Urquhart  J  B 

Stafford  intersects 
923  Winkler  Valentine 
927  Rublee  M  W 
9i33  Newman  W  T 
941  Pools  Mrs  Annie 
94  3  Stewart  Shirley  F 
945  Greenfield  Joseph  H 
949  Smit.i  Fred  W 
953  Marrin  E  C 
957  Sparling  John  K 
959  Burritt  Royal 

Amelia  intersects 
961  McIntyre  W  A 
965  McMillan  Malcolm 
967  Walsh  Joseph 
977  Blyth  Fredk  Wm 
979  Parry  P 


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981  Downie  G  W 
983  [Boyle  Arthur  E 
985  MOPherson  Edwin 
987  White  Fred  G 
989  Ryckman  J  W 
993  Scott  John  C 
995  Fletcher  Ohas  E 
997  Wood  D 
999  -Boyd  A  K 

Guelph  intersects 
1019  Ruttan  C  M 
1021  Ruttan  Frank 
1023  Hunter  J  Herbert 
1025  Mackie  James 
1027  Slipperton  Wm  H 
1029  Lock  P 
1031  Calvert  S 
1033  Munro  J  Young 
1035  Thompson  John  A 
1037  Butt  Thos  H 
1041  Artiss  Aubrey 
1043  Radford  Frank  W 
1045  Bowmaker  C  E 

Wilton  intersects 

—  Fire  Hall  No  12 

SOUTH  SIDE 

698  New  house 
702  Vacant 
706  Gosnell  Thos  S 
708  Loucks  E  B 
710  Bettes  J  W 
712  Read  Edw  S 

720  ALCADE  APART¬ 
MENTS 

Suite — 

1  Murphy  Wm  E 

2  King  Harry  B 

3  Easterbrooke  Pres¬ 

ton  S 

4  Cross  L  Frank 

5  Graham  Francis 

6  Brinkerhoff  Harry  A 

7  McKenzie  Wm 

8  Bryers  Fredk  T 

9  Huestin  Ralph  M 

10  Kitson  G  H 

11  Beggs  Edw 

—  HEALANI  APART¬ 

MENTS 

Suite — 

A  Featherstone  Mrs 
Jackson 

B  Rutherford  Gerald 
S 

3  Robertson  J  P 

4  Peck  Orwin  K 

7  Voligny  L  R 

8  Henderson  Ernest  E 

11  Mack  Sami  E 

12  Munro  F  R 
Aynsley  intersects 

—  AYNSLEY  COURT 

1  Downing  Christie 

2  Kivell  Fred  N 

3  Michols  John  IM 

4  Linn  Chas  E 

5  Agnew  Fredk  R 

6  Haultain  T  J  A 

7  Harper  Earl  T 

8  Johnston  H  M 

9  Laird  Wm 

10  Honeyman  E  Doug- 

11  Stead  Harry  S 

12  Cross  T  Elwood 

13  Pearce  S  J  caretkr 

14  Jaques  Ernest 


782  Thompson  Thos  G 
786  Nixon  S  O 
790  Mitchell  F  H 
794  De  Armond  Ernest  B 
798  Kilbouirne  Watson  P 

—  DORCHESTER  COURT 

Lilac  intersects 

810  Bell  Henry 
812  Anderson  W  Fergus 
814  Pratt  John 
816  Oughtred  C  H 
818  Freeman  H  J 
820  Adair  John 
822  Patterson  H  K 
824  Gunn  W  H 
826  Denison  Percival  G 
Wentworth  intersects 
874  Young  Chas  A 
878  Goodman  T  H 
880  Shaw  E  J 
886  Arnott  Wm  J 
892  Pace  Walter 
894  Coombes  Frank  J 
898  Batten  R  M 
902  Frid  James  W 
906  Cross  Wm 
910  Bower  T.hos  T 

Stafford  intersects 
924  Baker  Wm  M 
928  Devitt  James 
932  Coleman  D  C 
940  Vacant 
944  Stevenson  Fred  C 
946  MacKenzie  Wm  L 
950  Roberts  Wm 
960  Boyd  N  N 

Amelia  intersects 
966  Stewart  Geo  H 
976  Hall  Grant 
980  Vacant 
984  Bisset  Ernest  H 
986  Foster  Samuel  H 
990  Harvey  James  G 
994  Constable  Geo  L 
998  MacKenzie  Albt  F 
1002  Bellhouse  D  W 
1008  Kay  John  C 

Guelph  intersects 
1022  Carson  Wm  A 
1024  Reisinger  Harry  D 
1026  McCau sland  M  B 
1028  Caudwell  Th 
1030  Mortimer  Wm  C 
1032  Vacant 
1034  Parker  Chas  H 
1070  Vacant 
1072  Vacant 
1074  Bevis  Edgar  G 
1076  Jamieson  Robt  C 
1078  Balmer  Robt  M 

Wilton  intersects 
Rockwood  intersects 
Cambridge  intersects 


DOROTHY,  from  893  Alex¬ 
ander  to  C.  P.  R.  track. 
Odd  numbers  east  side 

EAST  SIDE 

255  Meier  Daniel 

257  Ingram  Donald 

259  Heier  Carl 

261  Stinski  Adam 

263  Nicol  Mrs  Margaret 

263 V2  Hanford  Wm 

Logan  intersects 
Henry  intersects 
C  P  R  Tracks  here 


WEST  SIDE 

258  Darby  Chas 
260  Dean  Geo 
262  Barry  James 
264  McNeice  &  Haddon 
blksmiths 
Logan  intersects 
Henry  intersects 
C  P  R  Tracks  here 


DORSENNENS  ST.  (Nor¬ 
wood),  runs  from  Car¬ 
riers  Ave.  north. 

3  Bareham  Fred 
8  Dousart  Alb 
10  Lahomme  Emile 
14  Van  Ruyskensveldt 
Theopile 

16  Lessier  John  B 
18  Danhaut  Julian 
29  Sistevson  John  G 
31  Chaliere  Ermand 
46  Mason  Victor 
48  J'onker  Conrad 
59  Deryckere  Aohille 

61  Sansen  Jules 

62  Cherhouse  Edw 

63  Sansen  Edw 

64  Chicoyne  Mitchell  N 
75  King  Robert 

77  'Capel  Ohas 
80  Riccole  Trefler 
91  Soulier  — 

Dubuc  here 


DOUCET  ST.  (Norwood), 
runs  from  Archibald  west 
to  Seine  River. 

32  Misseghers  Leon 
34  Venrais  Paul 
36  Dunacker  Jerome 

38  Vandecaveye  Jerome 

39  Maitke  Tony 
41  Bijouck  Mike 

Dufresne  Avenue  here 
43  Tomlinson  Wm 
43  'Coulson  Abraham 
45  Taphurst  Tony 
47  Vacant 
49  Warbe  John 
51  Cramp  Frank 
88  Boyd  Gus 
90  Marple  Henry 

Archibald  here 


DOUGLAS  BOULEVARD 
(Tuxedo  Park),  from 
Park  Avenue  and  south 
to  River. 


DOUGLAS  PARK  (subdi¬ 
vision,  St.  James),  in 
west  of  city,  between 
Portage  Avenue  and  As- 
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17  Parsons  Herbert  W 
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193  Kerr  Thos 
195  O’Connell  Danl  M 


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WEST  SIDE 

—  Harris  Harold  H 
2  Grundy  James  A 
6  Barber  Blake  E 
10  Short  John  A 
20  Henderson  Angus  M 
24  Stillwell  Henry 
26  Vacant 
28  Rodgers  David 


DOUGLAS  ST.,  from  Notre 
Dame  Ave.  north  to  Gey¬ 
ser  Ave. 


DOWKER  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Pembina 
Road  east. 


DOWNING,  from  opposite 
end  of  Minto  to  Notre 
Dame. 

Odd  numbers  east  side 

—  Gowler  Mrs  Emma 
820  Rivett  Chas 

Ellice  intersects 
Parish  Ave.  intersects 
Sargent  intersects 

—  Concrete  Laundry 
Tray  Co 

Wellington  intersects 
Yarwood  intersects 

1199  Stobart  Wm 

1286  Swanson  T 

1288  Julius  C  B 

1290  Downey  Michael 

1292  Franklin  F  H 

1294  Stefanson  Thorarim 

1298  Vacant 

1300  Watt  Andw 

1331  Forsyth  Harold 

1333  Bevan  Chas 

1335  Vacant 

1336  Duncan  John 

1337  Whitfield  John 
1341  Harris  Henry  J 
1343  Hansen  Chas  G 
1345  Keith  John 
1347  Lindsay  Thos  R 


DRESDEN  AVE.  (Port 
Rouge),  from  Pembina 
Road  east  to  Red  River. 


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from  Vopni  Ave.  to  Boyd 
Ave. 

e  s  Endensby  Wm 
e  s  Vacant 


D  R  O  M  O  R  E  AVE.  (Cres- 
centwood),  from  Harrow 
Street  west  to  Cambridge 
Street. 

SOUTH  SIDE 

190  Pemberton  Leigh  T 
192  (McLaren  Frank 

Cambridge  here 
200  Fares  Wm  H 

Guelph  intersects 
205  McKay  Robt 
225  Craig  Geo 
246  Scott  Thos 
265  Cameron  Lome 


286  Lefevre  Louis  A 
Wilton  intersects 

307  O'Connell  Patk 
317  New  house 
321  McDonald  D  A 


NORTH  SIDE 

196  Gabriel  Chas  F 
204  Ford  Geo  W 
208  Hudson  A  B 

Guelph  intersects 
250  Pentland  Chas 

Wilton  intersects 
306  Vacant 
310  Hutton  Heber  C 
314  Vacant 
320  Vacant 
340  Sparrow  D  H 
342  Sparrow  F  A 


DUBLIN  AVENUE,  runs 
from  corner  of  Notre 
Dame  and  Saskatchewan 
Ave.  west  to  St.  James 
St. 

n  s  Perfection  Concrete  Co 
Ltd 

s  s  Dominion  Bridge  Co 
Ltd  wks 


DUBUC  (Norwood),  from 
Oak  Ave.  east  to  Seine 
River. 

NORTH  SIDE 

89  Rasmussen  Raymond 
91  Harris  Geo 
93  Harris  Alb  H 
97  Johnston  Wm  J 
99  Allan  Geo  W 
101  Godfrey  Sidney 
Rue  de  Meuron  intersects 
119  Gatland  Thos  M 
121  Pichette  Auguste 
123  Maillett  Fernando 
141  Pirottan  Nicholas 
143  Vacant 
147  Bigournet  John 

Youville  intersects 
177  Logere  Renney 
179  Venmeullen  Valere 
263  Thompson  James 
Seine  River 


SOUTH  SIDE 

10  Thorp  Wm 
14  Sweet  Edwin  G 
—  New  house 

Glenthorn  intersects 

58  Whyte  D  Croone 

Champlain  intersects 

76  Smith  Harry  B 
80  Martin  Geo 
84  Pollock  Mrs  Minnie 
86  Classen  Fernan 
88  Johnson  Ernest 
Arnold  intersects 
94  MacCosham  Wm  T 
Des  Meurons  intersects 
124  Chapender  Rosenberg 
Youville  intersects 
180  Vacant 
194  Pearson  A  G 
198  Logere  Jules 
232  New  house 
234  Boux  Harry 
238  New  house 
248  Boux  John  B 

Seine  River  here 
240  Grenade  Fernand 
Road  intersects 


DUDLEY  AVENUE  (Port 
Rouge),  from  C.  N.  R. 
tracks  to  City  Dimits, 


NORTH  SIDE 
Daly  intersects 
Pembina  intersects 

623  Parkes  Hugh 
625  Nordin  John 
627  Beech  Arthur 

Hugo  intersects 
635  Vacant 
665  New  house 
667  McKinnon  Adam 
Helen  intersects 
685  Dean  Arthur 
687  Arkless  Geo 
689  Hansen  Nich  M 
691  Farquhar  Alex 
693  Cheyne  Wm 
695  Hayes  Thos  W 
697  Lane  Albt  R 
699  Boyse  Mrs  Annie 
701  Foster  Wm 
703  Turner  Andw 
705  Veeborg  O 
713  Bidanuck  Sam 
717  Cloutier  Emery 
719  Matthews  Arthur  A 
721  Rooke  Robt  P 
723  Guthrie  James 

Aynsley  intersects 
727  Dumans  Baldin 
729  Gunn  Peter 
731  Holden  Harry  E 
733  Christie  Adam  D 
735  Douthwaite  Louis  C 
737  Gilchrist  Archd  H 
739  Inch  John 
741  McAllister  Angus 
743  Vacant 
749  -Sloane  Wm 
751  Foreigners 

Iiilac  intersects 
Wentworth  intersects 
867  Coghlan  Chas  J 
869  Vacant 

Stafford  intersects 
Amelia  intersects 
Guelph  intersects 
Wilton  intersects 
Rockwood  intersects 


SOUTH  SIDE 
CNR  track  here 

572  Vacant 
574  Mischink  Peter 
576  Puvisky  Joseph 
578  Mikovitch  Sami 

Daly  intersects 

618  Stewart  Chas 
620  Taylor  Arthur 
634  Stanley  Mrs  Annie 
Pembina  intersects 
Hugo  intersects 
638  Bolenski  John 
65>6  Brown  Chas  S 
664  Bozyk  H  P 
666  Handabura  Geo 
668  Lanovie  Mike 
670  Babiak  John 
672  New  house 

Helen  intersects 
736  Templeton  John  R 
738  McDonald  John 
742  Burden  Wm  L  G 
746  Bouchard  James  H 
Aynsley  intersects 
Iiilac  intersects 


Tessler  Bros. 

337  Notre  Dame  Avenue  Phone  Garry  1306 


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Wentworth,  intersects 
Stafford  intersects 
Amelia  intersects 
Guelph  intersects 
Wilton  intersects 
Rockwood  intersects 


DUDLEY  AVE.  (Norwood) 
(See  Dufferin  Ave.,  Nor¬ 
wood). 


DUFFERIN  AVE.,  from  842 
Main  west  to  Sinclair. 

NORTH  SIDE 

219  Charach  Jacob 
221  Suite — 

1  Allan  Chas 

2  Vacant 

I  223  Western  Plumbing:  Co 
[  225  Rubanenko  Morris 

King:  intersects 
239  Schaffer  Wm  R  grocer 
239  SCHAFFER  BLOCK 

3  Schaffer  Wm  R 

4  Wibens  Wm 

5  Amitem  Alex 

6  Berenstein  &  Walter 

7  Berenstein  Abraham 
241  Olshansky  Jacob 
241%  Lipkin  Jacob 

243  Chemelnitsky  J  A 
Derby  intersects 
263  Morosnick  David 
265  Palmer  Geo 
267  Kee  Wo  ldry 
269  Morosnick’s  Livery 
271  Baker  Peretz 
271  (over)  Rotner  Moses 
271%  Schwitzer  Leon 
273  Goldman  Sami 
275  Kasler  Nathaniel 
Schultz  intersects 
277  Lechtzier  — 

279  Ponich  Edel 
281  Feinsteine  Alex 
283  (over)  Ostashover  Leo 
283  Specter  Morris 
285  Marcus  Soloman 
285  (over)  Dvorehek  Erec- 
ham 

287  Muscovitz  Jacob 
289  Sanders  Moses 
289%  Proviser  Mrs  Ellis 
291  Marshall  Abraham 
293  Blum  Joseph 
295  iShatsky  Morris 
297  Bre-embeirg  Max 
Charles  intersects 
305  (over)  Marmor  Max 
305  Winnipeg  Kosher  Meat 
Co 

30‘7  Strovsky  R 
313  Lesus  Sami 
315  Phillips  Abraham 
Robinson  intersects 
335  Can  Wood  &  Coal  Co 
337  Abosh  Frank 
339  Pressman  Harry 
339  (over)  Yamrom  Eva 
347  Rosenbaum  Joe 
349  Lavick  Moses 

Aikins  intersects 
361  Johnston  Mrs  Martha 
J 

363  McKenna  Robt 
365  Spratt  Thos 
367  Proctor  Hanna  (wid 
John) 


383  Edwards  Wm 
387  Halperin  Moses 
389  Hartz  Phil 
389%  Breger  Hyman 
391  Wilson  Mrs  Mary 
395  Palmer  John 
399  Toole  Wm 
401  McCarty  Walter 
405  Cuff  Wm 

407  Marples  F  W  &  Son 
butchers 

409  Nelson  Peter  grocer 
Salter  intersects 

411  Hall  Wm  R 
411%  Morrison  Mrs  Sarah 
423  Scott  Robt 
427  Watson  John 
429  Sparks  John  W 
431  Higgs  Robt 
437  Cowley  Wm 
439  New  house 
441  Markovitch  Benj 
443  Bawden  Maud 
449  Ross  Wm  R 
453  McCracken  Wm 
455  Porth  Jacob 
459  Buckley  Chas 
463  (over)  Levinsky  Mrs 
Esther 

463  Segal  Manuel 
465  Vacant 
465  Leiipman  John 
471  Feltham  Wm 

Powers  intersects 
473  Singleton  Joseph  J 
475  McDonald  Thos 
477  Schick  Bernhard 
479  Meginbiar  Wm 
483  Hoinchoruk  Louis 
485  Slutsky  Penih 
487  Stewart  Geo  W 
489  Herman  Harry 
493  Bazerman  Ruben 
495  Benzie  John 
499  Smith  Mrs  Catherine 
503  Schmidt  Albt 
503%  Louch  Louis 
505  Gillies  Sami 
509  Krienke  Frank 
517  Steven  Ferney 
519  Klohn  Richd 
521  Sirkin  Wm 
523  Derink  Edw 
525  Kurnarsky  Wm 
•525%  White  James 
529  Hershfield  Joseph 
531  Perchal  John 
539  Perchesky  Geo 
539  (over)  Mostow  Nach¬ 
man 
541  Vacant 
549  Fusitovsky  Sami 
549-51  Pregorgin  Hyman 
Andrews  intersects 
573  Jones  Arthur 
575  Buck  Chas 
577  Young  James 
579  Richardson  Ed  E 
583  Bright  Wm 
587  Shick  Peter 
589  Zhwotovscky  Sami 
591  Chick  Fredk 
593  Rainey  Geo 
597  Winnipeg  Metal  Co 
McGregor  intersects 
609  Geisler  John 
611  Bronstin  Hyman 
615  Gidak  John 
617  Ruty  Joseph 
625  Adas  Morris 


6,27  Nemor  Max 
631  Lubinstein  Jacob 
633  Doigney  Albt 
635  Gospodon  Joseph 
641  French  Geo 
643  Pearl  Sami 
649  Weinstook  Joseph 
651  Goodyear  Joseph 
655  Lewis  Sami 
657  Levant  John 
657%  Javcu  Mike 
659  Kodaleck  Mrs  Mary 
659  (over)  Drebool  Mike 
661  Voloschuk  John 
663  Bauer  John  grocer 
McKenzie  intersects 
671  Bray  Wm  J  P 
677  Perkins  Stephen 
679  Grant  Elisa  J  (wid 
Fredk) 

681  Stafford  Alfd 
683  Levesque  Peter  J 
685  Ostapovitoh  Michael 
687  Pelechate  Peter 
695  Vogt  Chas 
699  Sloboda  Mike 
701  Anderson  Ingwald 
705  Thompson  Chas 
Farr  intersects 
707  Perrons  Thos  H 
709  Shoenbach  Mike 
711  Hiene  John 
713  Reiger  Rudolph 
715  Magnour  Wm 
717  Glovatski  Fredk 
737  Chalem  Morris 
741  Goldberg  Isaac 
743  Klohm  Herman 
745  Underwood  James 
747  Marshall  Mike 
749  Perkins  Robt 
7»51  Flam  Jacob 
753  Handleman