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KEY TO CIRCULATION 
RATINGS 

When a rating is given in black face figures the 
publisher has furnished an affidavit of the average 
circulation during the calendar year immediately 
preceding date of issue. 

Where a rating is given in black face figures 
with a star [*] the publisher has furnished a detailed 
statement showing the actual issue for each date 
during the calendar year immediately preceding date 
of issue, supported by an affidavit. 

Where a rating is followed by a dagger; thus [f], the 
paper so rated is a member of the Audit Bureau of 
Circulations. 

Where an affidavit of circulation has not been 
furnished, the rating is given as accurately as possible 
in thousands and fractions of thousands. 
Thus: 

Y means "exceeding 250" 

H ' " " ,-600" 

M " " ' .^750" 

1 " . " 1,000" 

l\i " " 1,250" 

lYz " " 1,500" 

1% " " 1,750" 

2 " " 2,000" 

and so on, each whole number and fraction signifying 
so many thousands and parts of a thousand. 



In the case of publications which were started less than 12 
months previous to September 30, 1918, no rating is given, as the 
average for the period would not fairly represent the present 
circulation. 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS 

in descriptions of towns 
Tel. Telegraph. T. Telephone. Ex, Express. 






THE 

CANADIAN 
NEWSPAPER 
DIRECTORY 




1919 



A COMPLETE LIST OF THE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 

PUBLISHED IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND 

NEWFOUNDLAND, WITH FULL PARTICULARS 



Entered according" to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year on 
thousand nine hundred and nineteen, by A. McKiM, LIMITED, 
of Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and London, 
at the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa. 



PUBLISHED BY 

A. McKIM, LIMITED 

MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG AND LONDON, ENG. 




vertising 

18891919 

IN presenting the Twelfth Edition of the Canadian 
Newspaper Directory, it is hardly necessary to 
emphasize the painstaking care exercised in its pro- 
duction. The information contained within the 
familiar Green and Red covers has come to be regarded as 
a standard of accuracy among those who have most frequent 
occasion to consult its pages. 

With a cordial acknowledgment, then, of our indebted- 
ness to the publishers whose co-operation has enabled us to 
attain this standard, we will pass on to the consideration of 
the part the Advertising Agency, arid A. McKim, Limited, 
in particular, has played in the establishing of Advertising 
as a business force in Canada. 

When Anson McKim founded the first Advertising 
Agency in Canada in 1889 he established certain rules of 
principle and practice from which we have never departed 

To advise against the expenditure of any money 
in Advertising where satisfactory results do not seem 
reasonably certain. 

To spend a client's money as carefully and judi- 
ciously as we would our own. 

To secure for each client the rates to which he is 
justly entitled, and to render accounts so as to merit 
implicit confidence. 

These principles seem to favour the advertiser rather 
than the publisher, who pays us for the services we render 
to our clients, and yet you have only to inquire among 
well-established Canadian publishers to ascertain that 
during the last quarter of a century, they have received 
more General, or National, Advertising through A. McKim, 
Limited, than through all other channels combined. 

This remarkable record does not include the strictly 
local advertisihg.^classified advertising and so on. 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPKU DIKKCTORY 3 

As the best evidence of the soundness of the above 
principles, we refer you to the partial list of our clierts on 
pages that follow. That the clients are not wholly of a 
commercial character will be recognized when one finds 
listed therein the Dominion of Canada; Canadian Patriotic 
Fund; Belgian Relief Fund; Serbian Relief Fund; Canadian 
Red Cross; Navy League of Canada; and the Salvation 
Army. 

Many campaigns have been planned and carried out for 
the Dominion Government, notably for the Department of 
Militia and Defence; National Service Board; Military 
Service; Victory Loans; Income Tax; Canada Food Board; 
Registration Board; and War-Savings Stamps. It is need- 
less to dwell on campaigns which proved such unbounded 
successes. 

As an institution, A. McKim, Limited, feels it has been 
privileged to play a not unimportant part in Canada's 
participation in the war. 

Our experience, records, and specialized ability are 
available to any organization or individual who wishes to 
educate or influence the public for a legitimate purpose. 

Correspondence with any of the offices listed below will 
receive most careful attention. 



A. MCKIM, LIMITED 

Advertising Agency 

J. N. McKm, President and Treasurer H. E. STEPHENSON, Secretary 
Mrs. A. McKm, Vice-President CHAS. T. PEARCE, Director. 

W. B. SOMERSET, General Manager. 

MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG LONDON, Eng. 

Head Office Chas. T. Pearce. Mgr. F. Pratt. Kuhn. Mgr. W. Keeble. Mgr. 



CONTENTS 



(For Class Papers, including Religious and Foreign 
Languages, see Pages 325 to 332). 



Page 

Abbreviations, Key to Inside front cover 

Advertisements, index to V 

ALBERTA 

Gazetteer. 227 

Detailed List 228 

Condensed List 301 

County List 323 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Gazetteer 250 

Detailed List 251 

Condensed List 303 

County List 324 

Classified List 325 

Class papers 325 

Clients of A. McKim, Ltd.,partial list . . . XIII 

Condensed List 276 

County List 312 

Daily papers, List of 307 

Foreign Language Publications 330 

Gazetteer of Canadian Newspapers. . . . 
Over two hundred and fifty satisfied 

customers XIII 

Key to Circulation Ratings . Inside front cover 

Languages, Foreign 330 

MANITOBA 

Gazetteer 166 

Detailed List 167 

Condensed List 295 

County List 320 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

/ 

Gazetteer 139 

Detailed List 140 

Condensed List 292 

County List 318 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

Gazetteer 271 

Detailed List 272 

Condensed List 306 

County List 324 



NOVA SCOTIA 



Page 



Gazetteer 148 

Detailed List 149 

Condensed List 293 

County List 319 



ONTARIO 

Gazetteer 2 

Detailed List 3 

Condensed List 276 

County List 312 

Preface... II 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

Gazetteer 163 

Detailed List 164 

Condensed List 295 

County List 324 



QUEBEC 

Gazetteer 109 

Detailed List 110 

Condensed List 288 

County List 316 

Religious Publications 331 



SASKATCHEWAN 

Gazetteer 191 

Detailed List 192 

Condensed List 298 

County List 321 

Summary of Canadian Publications XII 

Trade Papers 327 



YUKON TERRITORY 

Gazetteer 270 

Detailed List r . 270 

Condensed List 305. 

County List 324 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ONTARIO 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

Alexandria News 9'2 

Arnprior Chronicle 108 

Barrie Examiner 96 

Belleville Intelligencer 63 

" Ontario 116 

Brantford Expositor 61 

Brockville Recorder and Times 65 

Cannington Ontario Gleaner 113 

Chatham News 68 

Planet 75 

Clinton New Era 107 

" News-Record 70 

Cobalt Daily Nugget 108 

Cobden Sun 97 

Cornwall Freeholder 95 

Standard 64 

Fordwich Record 99 

Fort William Times-Journal 53 

Gait Reporter 67 

Godorich Signal 98 

Star 110 

Guelph Ontario Agricultural College Review 81 

Hamilton Herald ;; 32 

Newspaper Union List 67 

Review 103 

Spectator 31 

Times 30 

Ingersoll Chronicle 99 

Kincardine Review -. 114 

Kingston British Whig 49 

Standard 48 

Kitchener Daily Telegraph 117 

" News Record 66 

Ontario Journal 100 

Leamington Post News 101 

Lindsay Post 69 

Warder 109 

Little Current Manitoulin Expositor 105 

London Catholic Record 82 

Farmers' Advocate 138 

Lucknow Sentinel 100 

Midland Argus 110 

Milton Canadian Champion 96 

New Liskeard Speaker 103 

Newmarket Era 98 

Niagara Falls Evening Review 98 

North Bay Times 101 

Orangeville Banner 109 

Orillia Times 82 

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vi THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

ONTARIO Continued. 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

Ottawa Canadian Labor Press 28 

" Citizen 25 

Le Droit 29 

Farm Journal 27 

" , Journal Dailies 26 

Owen Sound Sun Times 73 

Paris Star-Transcript 112 

Peterborough Examiner 74 

Review 105 

Picton Gazette 102 

" Times 84 

Port Arthur Canadan Uutiset 97 

News-Chronicle 52 

Port Dover Maple Leaf 102 

Renfrew Journal 104 

" Mercury , 84 

Ridgetown Dominion 86 

St. Catharines Standard 58 

St. Mary's Journal 90 

St. Thomas Times-Journal 60 

Sarnia Canadian Observer 1 14 

Smiths Falls News 89 

Rideau Record 104 

Thessalon Algoma Advocate 105 

Tillsonburg Liberal 106 

Observer 88 

Timmins Timmins and Porcupine Herald 107 

Toronto Bookseller and Stationer 133 

Canadian Baptist 99 

Canadian Countryman 88 

Canadian Courier 132 

. Canadian Druggist 65 

Canadian Farm 132 

Canadian Foundryman 133 

Canadian Grocer 133 

Canadian Machinery 133 

Canadian Magazine 116 

Canadian Motorist 69 

Can. Motor Tractor & Implement Trade 

Journal 133 

Christian Guardian 131 

Dry Goods Review 133 

Farmer's Magazine 133 

Financial Post 133 

Globe 16, 17 

Hardware and Metal 133 

Hebrew Journal 104 

MacLean's Magazine 133 

Mail and Empire 14, 15 

Marine Engineering of Canada 133 

Men's Wear Review 133 

Musical Canada 87 

Pioneer 87 

Pottery, Glass, Housefurnishings and Toys 118 

Power House r . 133 

Presbyterian and Westminster 104 

Printer and Publisher 133 

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INOKX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



ONTARIO Continued. 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

Toronto Rural Canada 137 

Sanitary Engineer 133 

Sentinel 79 

Star 21 

Statesman Ill 

Telegram 18 

Times 20 

Wilson List 142 

World 19 

Victoria Harbour New Era Ill 

Walkerton Telescope 113 

Waterdown Review 94 

Waterloo Chronicle-Telegraph 117 

Welland Telegraph 93 

Windsor Border Cities' Star 54, 55 

Woodstock Rod and Gun 59 

Sentinel-Review. . 59 



QUEBEC 

Chicoutimi Le Progres du Saguenay 66 

Montmagny Le Courrier de Montmagny 106 

Montreal L'Araldo del Canada 96 

Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs 83 

Le Canada 10 

Canadian Messenger 13 

Canadian Municipal Journal 92 

Le Devoir 70 

Export Journal 134 

Federated Press, Limited (Printers) 121 

Financial Times 86 

Gazette 6, 7 

Herald 9 

L'ltalia ' 94 

Jewish Chronicle 84 

Eagle 84 

Le Journal d'Agriculture et d'Horticulture 10 

Lovell, Jos. B., Limited 120 

Le Moniteur du Commerce 94 

Northern Messenger 11 

La Patrie Inside Back Cover. . . 

Le Pays 140 

La Presse 8 

Le Prix Courant 78 

La Revue Populaire 12 

Le Samedi 12 

Shipbuilding and Harbour Construction . . 135 

Standard 4, 5 

Star 1, 2, 3 

Veteran 140 

Witness 11 

Worldwide 11 

Quebec L'Action Catholique 62 

Le Bulletin du Commerce 95 

Chronicle 76 

Le Soleil 125 

Telegraph 124 

A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG AND LONDON, ENG. 



viii THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

QUEBEC Continued. 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

St. Anne de Bellevue Macdonald College Magazine 103 

St. Hyacinthe Le Courrier de St. Hyacinthe 100 

La Tribune 98 

St. Johns News 79 

Sherbrooke Le Progres de 1'Est 105 

Record 122 

La Tribune 123 

Sorel Le Courrier de Sorel 109 

" La Gazette de Berthier 109 

Three Rivers Le Bien Public 107 

Valleyfield Le Progres de Valleyfield 108 

Verdun Echo 102 

Waterloo Journal de Waterloo 106 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

Fredericton Gleaner 81 

Hartland Carleton Observer 76 

Moncton L'Evangeline 108 

Times 72 

" Transcript 85 

St. John Business Review 

Canadian Boy 89 

Globe 115 

New Freeman 85 

Standard 127 

Telegraph 128 

Times-Star 128 

Sussex Maritime Farmer 129 

Woodstock Carleton-Sentinel 107 

Press. . 106 



NOVA SCOTIA 

Amherst News and Sentinel 99 

Antigonish Casket 62 

Bridgetown Monitor 113 

Digby Courier 74 

Glace Bay Gazette 

Halifax Canadian Railroad Employees Monthly. . 

" Chronicle 24 

Herald and Mail 22, 23 

" Maritime Merchant , 

Pictou Advocate 109 

Springhill Record and Mining Journal 64 

Sydney Post 117 

Record ._ 78 

Windsor Hants Journal f 

Yarmouth Herald and Telegram 95 

Light 36 

A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG AND LONDON, ENG. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

Charlottetown Guardian 57 

Patriot 118 

Summerside Island Farmer 112 

Pioneer. . .112 



MANITOBA 

Emerson Journal 97 

Minnedosa Tribune 74 

Neepawa Register 80 

Roland News 112 

Winn peg Better Business 71 

Canadian Finance 93 

Free Press 34, 35 

Gazeta Katolicka 119 

Grain Trade News and Livestock Journal 106 

Heimskringla 101 

La Liberte 119 

Newspaper Union List 141 

Der Nordwestern 93 

Norrona 73 

North West Review 119 

Svenska Canada Tidningen 73 

Telegram 139 

Tribune 33 

Vorold 94 

Western Home Monthly 115 

Winnipeg and Western Grocer 130 



SASKATCHEWAN 

Cabri - Clarion 68 

Central Butte Beacon " 99 

Cupar Herald 95 

Dodsland Prairie Times 72 

Dundurn Enterprise 104 

Earl Grey Weekly Effort 99 

Elrose Review 110 

Griffin Gazette 105 

Guernsey Standard and Lanigan Ledger 105 

Lawson Post 99 

Lloydminster Times 100 

Mawer Tribune 99 

Melfort Journal 97 

Melville Canadian 76 

Milestone Mail 94 

Moose Jaw Evening Times 83 

News 56 

Moosomin World Spectator 78 

North Battleford News 108 

Optimist 103 

Outlook Norden 101 

Qu'Appelle Progress 82 

A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG AND LONDON, ENG. 



x THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

SASKATCHEWAN-Con/ti. 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

Radisson News 114 

Regina Leader 50, 51 

Post 54, 55 

Robsart Messenger 103 

Saskatoon Phoenix 89 

Retailer 77 

Star 54, 55 

Shellbrook Chronicle Ill 

Swift Current Sun 101 

Wolseley Wolseley News and Grenfell Sun 93 

Yorkton Enterprise 96 



ALBERTA 

Blairmore. . : Enterprise 92 

Chauvin Chronicle 110 

Calgary Alberta Farmer 46, 47 

Albertan . . 45 

Army and Navy News 63 

Commercial Review 66 

Farm and Ranch Review 136 

Herald 46, 47 

Littlebury's Magazine 70 

Westerner 97 

Edmonton Journal 43 

Weekly Topics 77 

Hanna Herald 64 

Innisfail Province 104 

Irma Times 103 

Lethbridge Canadian Advocate 101 

Herald : 44 

Lampnt Gazette 106 

Medicine Hat News 71 

Monitor News 94 

Nanton News 80 

Peace River Record 102 

Provost News 109 

Red Deer News Ill 

Stavely Advertiser 100 

Stony Plain Herald 86 

Vegreville Observer 112 

Vermilion Standard 112 

Youngstown Plaindealer 107 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Armstrong , . . . . Commoner 62 

Kamloops Telegram 68 

Kelowna Courier 72 

Marpple Gazette % 

Nanaimo Herald ^ 87 

Nelson News 100 

New Hazelton Omineca Herald 102 

New Westminster British Columbian 110 

A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG AND LONDON, ENG. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



BRITISH COLUMBIA -Continued. 

PLACE PAPER PAGE 

Pentincton Herald 75 

Prince George Citizen 114 

Prince Rupert Empire 88 

News 91 

Princeton Star 75 

Quesnel Cariboo Observer 97 

Revelstoke Review 85 

Rossland Miner 98 

Salmon Arm Observer 90 

Vancouver B.C. Farmer 108 

B.C. Financial Times 102 

B. C. Retailer 113 

B. C. Veterans Weekly 109 

Campaigner Magazine 92 

Farm and Fireside 1 10 

Farm and Home 37 

Harbour and Shipping 126 

Herald 87 

Industrial Progress 126 

Norseman 107 

Pacific Coast Lumberman 91 

Province 38, 39 

Sun ; 36 

Western Canadian Motorist Ill 

World 40 

Vernon News 92 

Victoria Colonist 41 

Poultry, Pigeons and Pet Stock Journal . . 114 

Times. . . 42 



A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



SUMMARY OF CANADIAN PUBLICATIONS 



Province 


j>. 


Tri-Weekly 


Semi- Weekly 


jk 

3 

1 


>. 

3 

4) 
I 

iS 


Semi-Monthly 


Monthly 


Bi-Monthly 


Quarterly 




3 

8 

i 


I 


Ontario. . . . 


46 


1 


14 


484 


3 


1? 


1?4 


1 


1? 


? 


6% 


Quebec 


18 






103 


1 


1 


53 




7 


i 


184 


New Brunswick 


8 


1 


11 


18 




1 


R 








47 


Nova Scotia 


13 


1 


3 


42 


3 


1 


4 


1 






68 


Prince Edward Island 


3 






7 














10 


Manitoba 


6 




?, 


t8 




7 


713 








136 


Saskatchewan 


7 




3 


163 




1 


5 








179 


Alberta 


6 




?, 


94 


1 


4 


3 








110 


British Columbia 


14 


?, 


1 


53 


3 


3 


?!? 








98 


Yukon Territory 


1 






3 






4 




1 




o, 


Newfoundland 


4 






8 














1? 




























126 


5 


36 


1073 


11 


30 


246 


2 


20 


3 


1552 




>, 
1 

Q 


Tri-Weekly 


Semi-Weekly 


(K 



Bi-Weekly 


Semi-Monthly 


Monthly 


BhMonthly 


Quarterly 


Miscellaneous 


3 

o 
H 



A. McKiu, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 



Over Two Hundred and Fifty Satisfied Clients 

The best evidence of our ability to make advertising pay is the 
following partial list of over 250 of our clients, to whom 
we refer with and without permission. 

ABBEY EFFERVESCENT SALT Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

ACADIA UNIVERSITY WOLFVILLE, N. S. 

Acco CHEMICAL Co TORONTO, ONT. 

ADAMS BROS TORONTO, ONT. 

ADAMS, JOHN SHEFFIELD, ENG. 

ADMIRAL HAY PRESS Co KANSAS CITY, U. S. A. 

ALBERT COLLEGE BELLEVILLE, ONT. 

ALBERTA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE Co. LTD MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 

ALBERTA GOVERNMENT COAL MINE ADVERTISING EDMONTON, ALTA. 

ALEXANDOR, A. J., LIMITED MONTREAL, QUE. 

ALLEN & HANBURYS Co. LIMITED LONDON, ENG. 

ANCHOR LINE, THE GLASGOW, SCOTLAND 

APPLEBY SCHOOL OAKVILLE, ONT. 

ARNETT, THOS. LEWIS SOURIS, MAN. 

ASPINWALL MFG. Co GUELPH, ONT. 

ASSOCIATED BOARD OF R.A.M. & R.C.M MONTREAL, QUE. 

ATLANTIC SUGAR REFINERIES, LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

ATLANTIC UNDERWEAR LTD MONCTON, N. B. 

AXTELL & THOMAS, DRS WINNIPEG, MAN. 

BANK OF MONTREAL MONTREAL, QUE. 

BELGIAN RELIEF COMMITTEE MONTREAL, QUE. 

BELL, DR. GEO. W KINGSTON, ONT. 

BENEDICT & Co., FRANK L MONTREAL, QUE. 

BERRY BROS WALKERVILLE & DETROIT, MICH. 

BIRD & SON, LTD 'HAMILTON, ONT. & WALPOLE, MASS. 

BISHOP BETHUNE COLLEGE OSHAWA, ONT. 

BISHOPRIC WALL BOARD Co. LTD OTTAWA, ONT. 

BLACK & ARMSTRONG WINNIPEG, MAN. 

BLACK, D. E. & Co. LTD CALGARY, ALTA. 

BLACKWOODS, LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

BOECKH COMPANY LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

BOSTON VARNISH Co BOSTON, MASS. 

BRADFORD DYERS' ASSOCIATION LTD BRADFORD, ENG. 

BRAID & Co., WM '. VANCOUVER, B.C. 

BRANKSOME HALL TORONTO, ONT. 

BRAYLEY DRUG Co. LTD ST. JOHN, N. B. 

BRUCE & Co., LTD., JOHN A HAMILTON, ONT. 

BURLINGTON WINDSOR BLANKET Co TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADA LINSEED OIL MILLS LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

CANADA METAL Co TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADA PAINT Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

\DA REX SPRAY Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADA STARCH Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

CANADA SUGAR REFINING Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

CANADIAN INTRODUCTION Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADIAN LOCOMOTIVE Co. LTD KINGSTON, ONT. 

CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

CANADIAN PULP & PAPER ASSOCIATION MONTREAL, QUE. 

CANADIAN RECONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION TORONTO, ONT. 

CANADIAN SALT Co. LTD WINDSOR, ONT. 

CANADIAN WESTERN MFG. & SUPPLY Co. LTD CALGARY, ALTA. 

CARSON & WILLIAMS, BROS. LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

CARTER MEDICINE Co NEW YORK, N.Y. 

A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



xiv THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

CATELLI Co. LTD., THE C. H MONTREAL, QUE. 

CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL, QUE. 

CHENEY & Co., F. J TOLEDO, OHIO 

CLAXTON Co. LTD., THOS TORONTO, ONT. 

CLEMENTS MFG. Co. LTD TORONTO, QNT. 

COAL SELLERS LIMITED WINNIPEG, MAN. 

COLGATE & Co MONTREAL & NEW YORK 

CONFECTIONERY & CHOCOLATE INDUSTRIES OF CANADA TORONTO, ONT. 

CONTINENTAL PUBLISHING Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

COWAN Co., LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

COYLE Co., JOHN WINNIPEG, MAN. 

CRAMPSEY & KELLEY TORONTO, ONT. 

CUNARD STEAMSHIP Co. LTD., THE LIVERPOOL, ENG. 

DARLING BROTHERS LIMITED MONTREAL, QUE. 

DAVIS, S. & SONS LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

D. D. D. COMPANY CHICAGO, ILL. 

DEACON SHIRT Co BELLEVILLE, ONT 

DEAN BOAT & CANOE Co., WALTER TORONTO, ONT. 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE OTTAWA, ONT. 

DEPARTMENT OF SOLDIERS' CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT TORONTO, ONT. 

DOMINION BANK TORONTO, ONT. 

DOMINION COAL Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

DOMINION COLLEGE OF Music MONTREAL, QUE. 

DOMINION GOVERNMENT OTTAWA, ONT. 

DOMINION IRON & STEEL Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

DOMINION MOLASSES Co. LTD HALIFAX, N. S. 

DOMINION OIL CLOTH Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

DOMINION LOAN & SECURITIES Co. LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

DONALDSON GARNET OTTAWA, ONT. 

DONALDSON LINE, THE GLASGOW, SCOTLAND 

DORENWEND & Co. OF TORONTO . TORONTO, ONT. 

DOUGLAS & Co., J. M MONTREAL, QUE. 

EATON Co. LTD., THE T. (MAIL ORDER) TORONTO, ONT. 

EDISON, THOS. A. INC ORANGE, N. J. 

EGAN, J. Y TORONTO, ONT. 

ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. . . .' TORONTO & CHICAGO 

EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATOR Co BLOOMFIELF AND MONTREAL 

EMPRESS MFG. Co NEW YORK, N. Y. 

EUREKA PLANTER Co. LTD WOODSTOCK, ONT. 

EWING & Co. LTD., WM MONTREAL, QUE. 

FLAXLINUM SALES Co. LTD ST. PAUL, MINN. 

FOSTER DACK COMPANY TORONTO, ONT. 

FOSTER BARRETT RIEPERT & Low Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

FOUNDATION Co., THE MONTREAL, QUE. 

FRANCO AM. CHEMICAL Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

FRASERS LTD MONTREAL, QUE, 

FRUITATIVES LTD OTTAWA, ONT. 

GARDINER BROS. LTD SARNIA, ONT. 

GILLESPIES & Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR Co. OF CANADA LTD .... MONTREAL AND NEW YORK 

GLEN MAWR SCHOOL TORONTO^ ONT. 

GOOD HOPE MFG. Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

GOODMAN & ROSENTHAL TORONTO, ONT. 

GORDON IRONSIDE & FARES PACKERS LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

GRAY TRACTOR Co. OF CANADA LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

GREAT WEST SADDLERY Co. LTD EDMONTON, ALT. 

GREAT WEST SADDLERY Co. LTD .^WINNIPEG, MAN. 

GENERAL UTILITIES Co. LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

HAMILTON GEAR & MACHINE Co TORONTO, ONT. 

HAMILTON STOVE & HEATER Co. LTD HAMILTON, ONT. 

HARRIS, MARK TORONTO, ONT. 

A. McKiu, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG * LONDON, ENG. 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY xv 

HAVKRGAL LADIES SCHOOL TORONTO, ONT. 

HENDERSON & Co., JOHN MONTREAL, QUE. 

HlLLCROFT SCHOOL BOBCAYGEON, ONT. 

HIRSCH & SONS LTD., J MONTREAL, QUE. 

HOPE & Co., JOHN MONTREAL, QUE. 

HOPE, W. B TORONTO, ONT. 

HORROCKSES CREWDSON & Co. LTD MANCHESTER, ENG 

1 lUMBERSTONE COAL Co. LTD EDMONTON, ALTA 

HUMPHREYS MEDICINE Co NEW YORK, N.Y. 

IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA TORONTO, ONT. 

IMPERIAL TOBACCO Co. OF CANADA LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

INGERSOLL ROBT. H. & BRO NEW YORK & MONTREAL 

INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Co. LTD MINNEAPOLIS AND TORONTO 

INTERPROVINCIAL BRICK Co. OF CANADA LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

ISBELL PLANT & Co TORONTO, ONT. 

ISLAND LAND Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

JARVIS, AUMILIUS TORONTO, ONT. 

KEITH & SON, GEO TORONTO, ONT. 

KELPION DRUG Co., THE TORONTO, ONT. 

KENDALL Co., DR. B. J ENOSBURG FALLS, VT. 

KENT & Co. INC., CHESTER BOSTON, MASS. 

KINGSTON SCHOOL OF MINING KINGSTON, ONT. 

KING SUSPENDER & NECKWEAR Co TORONTO, ONT. 

LARKIN & Co., P. C TORONTO AND MONTREAL 

LAW YOUNG & Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

LEADER PUBLISHING Co REGINA, SASK. 

LEEMING MILES Co., LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

LINDSAY LIMITED, C. W OTTAWA, ONT. 

LONDON MUTUAL FIRE INS. Co TORONTO, ONT. 

LONG, R. G. & Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

LOWER CANADA COLLEGE MONTREAL, QUE, 

LUKE BROS. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

LUNDY'S INC BUFFALO, N.Y. 

LUNENBURG FOUNDRY Co. LTD LUNENBURG, N.S. 

LYMAN'S LTD '. MONTREAL, QUE. 

MACDONALD MUSIC STORE ANTIGONISH, N.S. 

MACKINNON Co. LTD., H. L WINNIPEG, MAN. 

MACDONALD KENNETH & Co OTTAWA, ONT. 

MACLEAN PUBLISHING Co. LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. 

MAPPIN & WEBB OF CANADA LTD MONTREAL AND LONDON, ENG. 

MARATHON TIRE & RUBBER Co. LTD ST. CATHERINES, ONT. 

MARCIL TRUST Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

MARLATT, J. W. & Co TORONTO, ONT. 

MORTON & PHILLIPS MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 

MARTIN-SENOUR Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

MERRYWEATHERS SONS LIMITED, H SOUTHWELL, ENG 

MASON & Co., LTD., GEO LONDON, ENG. 

MASON & RISCH, LIMITED WINNIPEG, MAN. 

MATTHEWS BLACKWELL, LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

MCCUTCHEON WAIST Co., LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

McGiLL UNIVERSITY MONTREAL, QUE. 

MCINTYRE SONS Co., LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

MEDICINE HAT PUMP & BRASS MFG. Co MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 

MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA MONTREAL, QUE. 

MERCHANTS PORTRAIT Co TORONTO, ONT. 

MILITARY SERVICE COUNCIL TORONTO, ONT. 

DEPT. OF MILITIA & DEFENCE OTTAWA, ONT. 

MILLEN & SONS, JOHN, LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

MILTON HERSEY Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

MINIOTA FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE INS. Co BEULAH, MAN. 

MOLSONS' BREWERY LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

MONARCH OVERALL MFG. Co., LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

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MORROW & JELLETT TORONTO, ONT. 

MORTON & SONS, DAVID HAMILTON, ONT. 

MOULTON COLLEGE TORONTO, ONT. 

NATIONAL CITY Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL Co. LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. 

NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL Co. LIMITED MONTREAL, QUE. 

NATIONAL EQUIPMENT Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

NATIONAL PRODUCTS LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

NATIONAL TRUST Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE OTTAWA, ONT. 

NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEES FOR MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN AND ALTA. 

NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA TORONTO, QUE. 

NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA MONTREAL, QUE. 

NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA WINNIPEG, MAN. 

NEAVE, J. R. & Co FORDINGBRIDGE, ENG. 

NEW IDEA SPREADER Co. LTD GUELPH AND COLDWATER, OHIO 

NIAGARA SILK Co BRANTFORD, ONT. 

NORTHERN ALUMINUM Co TORONTO, ONT. 

NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY WINNIPEG, MAN. 

NORTH-WEST BISCUIT Co. LTD EDMONTON, ALTA 

NORTHWESTERN LIFE ASSURANCE Co WINNIPEG, MAN. 

OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS Co. LTD MONTREAL AND WINNIPEG, MAN. 

O'KEEFE BREWERY Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE GUELPH, ONT. 

ONTARIO LADIES' COLLEGE WHITBY, ONT. 

ONTARIO MACHINE Co TORONTO, ONT. 

ONTARIO MOTOR CAR Co TORONTO, ONT. 

OTTAWA LADIES COLLEGE OTTAWA, ONT. 

Oxo LIMITED LONDON, ENG. 

PALMER-McLELLAN SHOEPACK Co. LTD pREDERICTON, N.B. 

PARKER DYE WORKS LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

PARTRIDGE RUBBER Co. LTD GUELPH, ONT. 

PATTERSON CANDY Co TORONTO, ONT. 

S. PEACH & SONS NOTTINGHAM, ENG. 

PELHAM NURSERY Co TORONTO, ONT. 

PHILO HAY SPECIALTIES Co NEWARK, N. J. 

PINKHAM MEDICINE Co ". LYNN, MASS. 

POLUSTERINE PRODUCTS Co TORONTO, ONT. 

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE INS. Co . . PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN. 

PRAIRIE CHEMICAL Co. OF CANADA LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

PRAIRIE COAL & PRODUCE SUPPLY WINNIPEG, MAN. 

PEERLESS CEREAL MILLS LTD .WOODSTOCK, ONT. 

QUAKER OATS Co SASKATOON, SASK. 

QUEBEC BREWERS ASSOCIATION MONTREAL, QUE. 

QUEEN'S ROYAL HOTEL NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, ONT. 

QUEBEC SAVINGS & TRUST Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONT. 

RAMSEY, J AS. LTD EDMONTON, ALTA. 

RECKITTS (OVERSEAS) LIMITED WINNIPEG, MAN. 

REDMOND Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

REFORD Co. LTD., ROBT MONTREAL, QUE. 

RELIANCE SHOE Co. LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

RENNIE Co. LTD., WM TORONTO, ONT. 

REVILLON FRERES TRAINING Co. LTD ; MONTREAL, QUE. 

REX TAILORING Co TORONTO, ONT. 

RICHARDSON & Co TORONTO, ONT. 

ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

ROBINSON- ALAMO Co. LTD AVINNIPEG, MAN. 

ROBINSON Co. LTD., B. N COATICOOK, QUE. 

ROCHESTER LAMP Co TORONTO, ONT. 

RONUK LIMITED PORTSLADE NEAR BRIGHTON, ENG. 

ROYAL CROWN SOAPS LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

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ROYAL TRUST Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

ROYAL VICTORIA COLLEGE. . * MONTREAL, QCE. 

RUTHERFORD & SONS Co. LTD., WM MONTREAL, QUE. 

SALADA TEA Co TORONTO, ONT. 

SALVATION ARMY TORONTO, ONT. 

SAVAGE, A. D GUELPH, ONT. 

SAWYER MEDICINE Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

SCHIFFMAN Co., R MINNEAPOLIS, MlNN. 

SECURITY TIRE & SALES Co TORONTO, ONT. 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. OF CANADA LTD., THE MONTREAL, QUE. 

SIDD SUSPENDER Co. LTD MONCTON, N.B. 

SIMMS T. S. & Co., LIMITED ST. JOHN, N.B. 

SMALL & Co. LTD., E. A MONTREAL, QUE. 

SMITH & SON. LTD., E. D WINONA, ONT. 

STEPHEN SMITH & Co. LTD LONDON, ENG. 

SNAP Co. LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

SOUTHALL BROS. & BARCLAY LTD BIRMINGHAM, ENG. 

SOVEREIGN COAL Co. LTD DRUMHELLER, ALTA. 

SPROULE, DR. R. E BOSTON, MASS. 

STANDARD BANK OF CANADA TORONTO, ONT. 

STANDARD CHEMICAL IRON & LUMBER Co WINNIPEG, MAN. 

STANDARD PAINT Co. OF CANADA LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

STANFIELDS LTD TRURO, N. S. 

STANSTEAD WESLEYAN COLLEGE STANSTEAD, QUE. 

STEARNS & Co., FRED'K WINDSOR, ONT. 

STEVENS HEPNER & Co PORT ELGIN, ONT. 

STONE SONS & Co., WM TORONTO, ONT. 

STONE & WELLINGTON TORONTO, ONT. 

STURGEONS, LIMITED .' TORONTO, ONT. 

SUN LIFE ASSURANCE Co. OF CANADA, LTD MONTREAL, QUE. 

SWAISLAND, C. E KITCHENER, ONT. 

ST. AGNES SCHOOL BELLEVILLE, ONT. 

ST. CHARLES HOTEL TORONTO, ONT. 

ST. CROIX SOAP MFG. Co -. . . . TORONTO, ONT. 

ST. MARGARET'S COLLEGE TORONTO, ONT. 

ST. VINCENT ARROWROOT GROWERS' EXPORT ASSOCIATION, ST. VINCENT, B.W.I. 

TAYLOR, J.&J TORONTO, ONT. 

TAYLOR Co. LTD., T. R CHATHAM, ONT. 

THOMPSON PUBLISHING Co TORONTO, ONT. 

TEES & PERSSE LTD : WINNIPEG, MAN. 

TEMPLETONS LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. 

TIMES, THE LONDON, ENG. 

TOWER CANADIAN LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. 

TRAFALFAR INSTITUTE MONTREAL, QUE. 

TRENCH'S REMEDIES LTD DUBLIN, IRELAND . 

TRENCH'S REMEDIES LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

TURNER TRACTOR SALES Co. OF CANADA WINNIPEG, MAN. 

TWIN CITY COAL Co. LTD EDMONTON, ALTA 

UNION BANK OF CANADA TORONTO, ONT. 

UNION BANK OF CANADA > WINNIPEG, MAN. 

UNION STOCK YARDS OF TORONTO LTD TORONTO, ONT. 

UNIVERSAL IMPORTING Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

VANDERHOOF & Co WINDSOR, ONT. 

VICTORY LOAN COMMITTEE TORONTO, ONT. 

VINEBERG, H. & Co MONTREAL, QUE. 

WHITE Co. LTD., ROBERT MONTREAL, QUE. 

WILLIAMS SONS & Co. LTD., R. S TORONTO, ONT. 

WILSON Co. LTD., LAWRENCE A MONTREAL, QUE. 

WINNIPEG MARBLE & TILE Co. LTD WINNIPEG, MAN. 

WOODSTOCK COLLEGE WOODSTOCK, ONT. 

WOOD WEILLER & MCCARTHY WINNIPEG, MAN. 

YOUNG, W. F SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

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wide recognition for the 
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CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS 

AND NEWSPAPER TOWNS 
Alphabetically Arranged for Ready Reference 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



Ontario has an area of 407,262 square miles or 260,647,680 acres, with 
a population at the last census, in 1911, of 2,523,274 of which 1,194,785 
was rural and 1,328,489 urban. The province extends from the United 
States on the South, to Hudson Bay on the North, a distance of 750 miles ; 
the eastern boundary is only 48 miles from Montreal, the western is only 
8 1 miles from Winnipeg. The intervening distance by rail is 1,285 miles. 
This gives an area three times as large as the United Kingdom, of which 
about one-tenth has been taken up, and less than 6% is under cultivation. 

Ontario's facilities for railway and water communication combined are 
not surpassed by those of any division of the American continent. The 
River St. Lawrence and the great lakes, Onatrio, Erie, Huron and Superior, 
touch it on almost its entire southern and south-western boundaries, it has 
over 600 miles of sea shore on James and Hudson Bays, while from the 
"Height of Land," which forms the backbone of the province, many fine 
rivers flow down to those lakes on the south, or to James Bay or Hudson 
Bay on the north. Every county in the province has a railway running 
through it, and the total mileage is 10,708, or nearly one-third of the mileage 
in Canada. 

Ontario leads the Dominion in agriculture. The value of farm lands, 
according to the last census estimate, was 723,902,419; of buildings 
$317,876,963; of implements, $84,969,426; of live stock, $214,720,424 a 
total of $1,341,469,232. 

"Ontario's annual returns from her fields aggregate in a good year 
over two hundred million dollars. To this should be added over another 
hundred million dollars from her live stock products." Deputy Minister of 
Agriculture. 

In fisheries, Ontario ranks fourth among the Provinces, with an annual 
catch valued at a little less than $3,000,000. 

The estimated area of commercial timber in Ontario is 70,000,000 acres, 
and of pulpwood 40,000,000 acres. The forest reserves of the Province 
total 1 1,690,240 acres, with nearly 3,000,000 acres additional in great parks. 
The lumber cut is worth over $25,000,000 per year. 

Ontario's mineral resources include the world's greatest nickel deposits, 
the remarkable Cobalt silver mines, the goldfields of Porcupine and 
valuable deposits of iron and cobalt. The production in 1915 was valued 
at $41,184,954, of which $8,501,391 represented gold ; $11,742,463 silver ; 
$17,019,500 nickel and $3,921,600 copper. 

The Province of Ontario spends each year many millions of dollars 
on educotion, maintaining in 1915 6,063 public schools, 537 Roman Catholic 
separate schools, 228 kindergarten schools, 30 public night schools, 160 
high schools and collegiate institutes, and 132 continuation schools with 
13,504 teachers and 573,178 pupils in all. 

In higher education the Province has several universities and colleges, 
normal college and schools, art, industrial, technical, domestic science 
and agricultural schools. 

Ontario is represented in the Dominion Parliament by_24 senators and 
83 members of the House of Commons. Its local government is carried 
on by a single chamber having 1 1 1 members. Capital, Toronto. 

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ONTARIO 3 

ACTON, pop. 1,968, Co. Halton, on G. T. R. and Toronto Sub. Electric 
Ry., 35 miles W. of Toronto, 30 miles N. of Hamilton and 12 
miles N.E. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
glove, shoe, sole, upper, belting and harness leather manufac- 
turing and farming. The centre of a fine grain and stock raising 
country. The town has five churches, high and public schools, and 
a public library containing 4,000 volumes. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Rockwood, Limehouse, 
Speyside, Ospringe, Knatchbull, Eden Mills, Crewsons Corners, 
Brookville and Ballinafad. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; H. P. Moore, editor and publisher; 
established 1875; independent - liberal ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50; four pages, 8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n i 

AILSA CRAIG t pop. 600, Co. Middlesex, on Main line G. T. R. and 
Aux Sauble river, 24 miles N.W. of London; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour, stave and flax mills, foundry, machine shops, 
grain growing and stock raising. The village contains four churches, 
public school, town hall, etc. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published: Nairn, Fernhill, Denfield, Brinsley, Falkirk, Clande- 
boye, Lieury and Centralia. 

BANNER, weekly ; J. W. Kedwell, publisher ; established 1893 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
ig> inches. Circ'n tf 

ALEXANDRIA, pop. 2,300, Co. Glengarry, on the G. T. R., 
C. P. R, and Canada Atlantic Rys., 13 miles N. of Lancaster, 
60 miles W. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The largest 
and most important town in the county. Chief Industries: cheese 
box factory, cheese, saw, leather and iron manufacturing, carriage 
works, wood export company, farming and dairying. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Glen Robertson, 
Lancaster, Williamstown, Martintown, Maxville and Greenfield. 

NEWS, weekly ; Glengarry Reformer Newspaper Co., Ltd., 
publishers, A. G. F. Macdonald, editor and manager ; established 
1892 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,OOO 

See Advt. Page 92, 

TIMES, weekly ; J. A. Laurin, publisher ; established 1915; 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $i .50 ; eight pcges, 7 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n i# 

ALLIS T ON, pop. 1,350, Co. Simcoe, at the junction of the Boyne 
and Nottawasaga Rivers, on the Hamilton and North Western Div. 
of the G. T. R. , and Toronto-Sudbury Div. of the C. P. R. , 50 miles 
N. W. of Toronto, 71 miles N. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : dairying, with large creamery and pasteurizing 
plants, veterinary remedies, flour and woollen manufacturing and 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Rosemont, Newton Robinson, Borden, Colgan, Bond- 
head, Everett, Baxter, Clover Hill, Thompsonville, Nicolston, Lisle, 
Mansfield, Ivy, Glencairn, Angus and Stanton. 

HERALD, weekly; F. B. Elliott, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1871 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i % 

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ALMONTE, pop. 2,600, Co. Lanark, on the Mississippi River and 
C. P. R., 36 miles S. W. of Ottawa, 51 miles N. W. of Brockville ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : tweed, flannel, underwear, 
knitting, shoddy, flour and planing- mills, ironworks, stove and furn- 
ace foundry, lumber and grain. The town contains seven churches 
of different denominations, good high, public and separate schools, 
public library, town hall, public hall, fire department ; has unlimited 
power from the river, and electric light and power plant owned by 
ratepayers. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Watson's Corners, Clayton, Ferguson's Falls, Bennie's 
Corners, Innisville, Pakenham, Blakenay, Middleville, Appleton 
and Hopetown. 

GAZETTE, weekly ;.Jas. McLeod, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1867 ; liberal;- Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,3OO 

TIMES, weekly ; Wm. W. Pittard, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1882; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 



ALVINSTON i pop. i',ooo, Co. Lambton, on Sydenham River, St. 
Claii Branch Mich. Central Ry. and Kingscourt-Glencoe brand, ot 
G.T.R.,35 miles W. of St. Thomas, 35 miles S. W. of London ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, flour and flax mills, can- 
ning factory, fruit evaporator and cider mill, bridge works, planing 
mill and carriage works, farming and fruit-growing. The town con- 
tains five churches of different denominations, public and high 
schools, public library, music hall and general stores. It is lighted 
by electricity and has splendid fire protection. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Inwood, Napier, Cairo, 
Oakdale, Oil Springs and Shetland. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; D. A. McLean, publisher; established 
1885 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., igy 2 inches. Circ'n 



AMHERSTBURG, pop. 2,800, Co. Essex, on the Detroit River and 
M. C. R., 17 miles S. of Windsor, 18 miles from Detroit; good 
steamboat connection to Windsor and Detroit, also electric railway 
connection with Windsor by S. W. & A. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour mill, knitting mill, canning factory, machine 
shops, foundry, wrecking plant, alkali manufactory, boat building, 
dredging, fishing, farming and fruit growing. The town contains 
seven churches of different denominations, graded public, separate 
and high schools, town hall, Carnegie library, two large hotels, and 
has waterworks and electric power and light. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Oxley, Gesto, McGregor, 
Cottam, Sandwich, Vereker, Arner, New Canaan, Edgar Mills, 
Ojibwa, Harrow and Loiselleville. 

ECHO, weekly; Echo Printing Co. , Ltd. , publisher?, Jno. A. Auld, 
President, A. W. Marsh, Sec. -Treas. ; established 1874; liberal ; 
Friday; subscription $1.50; twelve pages, 7 col;, 21^ inches. Circ'-i 2^4 

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ONTARIO 5 

ARN PRIOR, pop. 4,405, Co. Renfrew, on the Madawaska River at 
its confluence with the Ottawa, 50 miles S.E. of Pembroke, on 
C. P. R. and G. T. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
woollen and saw mills, carriage factory, brick kilns, felt factory, 
Sanitaris mineral water bottling- works and mixed farming. The 
town contains eight churches, high, separate and -public schools, 
public library and town hall seating 600, good fire department, 
waterworks, sewers, electric light, and well kept streets. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Kinburn, 
Fitzrov Harbor, Breaside, Galetta, White Lake, Antrim, Stewart- 
ville, Burnstown, Sand Point, Pakenham and Bristol. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; R. A. Jeffrey, publisher; established 
1879; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 
col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,95O 

WATCHMAN, weekly; A. E. Brad win, editor and publisher; 
established 1890; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight to 
twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

Sec Advt. Page 108. 

ARTHUR, pop. 1,102, Co. Wellington, on the Conestogo River and 
C. P. R., 25 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, woollen, planing, saw, shingle and flax mills, 
foundry, butter and tile factories, pump works, stock-raising and 
farming. The town contains five churches, high, public and 
separate schools, drill hall and a town hall. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Monck, Damascus, 
Waldemere, Alton, Holstein, Gordonville, Rothsay, Alma, Kenil- 
worth, Metz and Belwood. 

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ENTERPRISE- NEWS, weekly; Rixon Rafter, B.A., pub- 
lisher ; established 1869 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^-4 inches. Circ'n \^ 

ATHENS, pop. 1,000, Co. Leeds, on the Can. Northern Ry., 15 
miles W. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. "Chief Industries: 
saw, flour and woollen mills, dairying and farming. The town con- 
tains six churches, high and public schools, town hall, House of 
Industry and public library. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Newboro, Mallorytown, Toledo, Chantry, 
Portland, Seely's Bay, Delta, Lyndhurst, Elgin and Frankville. 

REPORTER, weekly; Austin G. L. Tribute, publisher ; estab- V/ 
lished 1884; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

ATWOOD, pop. 800, Co. Perth, on the G. T. R., 30 miles N. of 
Stratford, 6 miles S. W. of Listowel ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : shingle, flour and planing mills, cement plant, farming and 
dairying. The town contains four churches, library and one public 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Bornliolm, Donegal, Ethel, Trowbridge and Henfryn. 

BEE, weekly; E. H. Swing, editor and publisher; established 
1890; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n } 4 



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AURORA, pop. 2,200, Co. York, on the G. T. R., 20 miles N. of 
Toronto, with which it has street railway connection ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour and planing mills, agricultural 
implement works, pulley works, shoe factory, tanning and farm- 
ing. The town contains five churches, public and high schools, a 
large public library, public hall seating 600, town hall, and arena 
seating 1,200. Has water supply of excellent quality from artesian 
wells, and is splendidly lighted. Surrounding towns and vilalges 
where no papers are published : Schomberg, Lloydtown and 
Kettleby. 

BANNER, weekly; C. E. Lundy, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1 86 1 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

AYLMER, pop. 2,200, Co. Elgin, on G. T. R., M. C. R. and Wabash 
Ry., 12 miles E. of St. Thomas ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw and planing mills, shoe factory, and one of the largest 
canning factories in the Dominion, condensed milk and cream 
-factory, wood turning, staves and headings, saw mills, sash and 
door factories, foundry, organ, spray pump, truck scale and 
leather goods factories and tarming. The town is surrounded by 
fine agricultural and dairying country, and contains six churches, 
collegiate institute and public schools, public library and fine opera 
house ; the town owns and operates its water works and electric 
light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Straffordville, Vienna, Orwell, Sparta, Boyham, 
Corinth, Jaffa and Lyons. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Barnecott & Monteith, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1874; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; ten to 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,25O 

AYR, pop. 1,000, Co. Waterloo, on C.P.R., 14 miles S. of Kitchener, 7 
miles N. of Paris; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour 
saw mills, mill, agricultural implement works, iron foundry, plow 
works, stave and heading factory, knitting and hockey stick factories. 
The town has Hydro-Electric power. The country surrounding is 
very rich and fertile, and considerable attention is paid to stock 
raising. The town contains four churches, schools and a public 
library. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Wolverton, Dumfries, Bright, Drumbo, Glerimorris. Roseville and 
New Dundee. 

NEWS, weekly; Schmidt Bros., publishers ; established 1898; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
\^y^ inches. Circ'n I 

AY I ON, pop. 450, Co. Grey, on the South Saugeen River, and on 
the G. B. & L. E. division G. T. R., 40 miles S. of Owen Sound, 
90 miles N. W. of Toronto ; Tel. T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
chopping mill and two saw mills, grist mills, stave, hoop and 
barrel and cordage factories. The town contains five churches, 
three hotels, school, stores, etc. Surrounding towns' and villages 
where no papers are published : Alsfeldt, Glen Eden, Drew, Holstein, 
Murdock, Nenagh, Orchard, Hampden, Varney, Allan Park, 
Aberdeen, Carlsruhe, Neustadt, Moltke and Deemerton. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; O. G. Widmeyer, editor and publisher ; 
established 1895^ independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 : eight 
pages, 6 col., ig^inches. Circ'n % 

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BANCROFT, pop. 750, Co. Hastings, terminus of Central Ontario 
and I., B. & O. Railways, 90 miles N. of Belleville ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : mining, saw mills, woollen mill, flour mill and 
machine shop. It has four churches, public and high schools, 
several good general stores and is electrically lighted. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Maynooth, 
L'Amable and Coe Hill. 

TIMES, weekly; Harry M. Price publisher; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n 



BARRIE, pop. 7,000, Co. Simcoe, on Kempenfeldt Bay, off Lake 
Simcoe, on Northern division of the G. T. R., 63 miles 
X. N. W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : planing mills, machine shops, excelsior factory, boat building 
and carriage factories, automobile and shoe factories, foundries, 
creameries and large up-to-date tannery, G. T. R. machine repair 
shops and roundhouse, farming and dairying. The town contains 
eleven churches, a collegiate institute and five schools, young ladies' 
college, Carnegie public library with 7,000 volumes, a public hall 
seating 700, opera house and court house ; is lighted with 
gas and electric light, has 24-hour hydro-electric power service, 
waterworks and a good fire department, good wharves and 
steamboat connection, fine cement sidewalks and permanent 
roadways, and is a summer resort. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published ; Thornton, Lefroy, 
Dalston, Stroud, Angus, Hillsdale, Minesing, New Lowell, 
Edgar, Craighurst and Ivy. 

EXAMINER (with which is incorporated "Saturday Morning") 
weekly; J. A. MacLaren, editor, W. C. Walls, business manager ; 
established 1863; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,395* 
See Advt. Page 96 

NORTHERN ADVANCE, weekly; J. Baldwin Bryant, editor 
and proprietor ; established 1851 ; unionist-conservative ; Thursday; 
subcription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i){ 



BEAMSVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Lincoln, i mileS. of Beamsville Station 
on G. T. R., 12 miles W. of St. Catharines, 22 miles E. of Hamilton ; 
Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric Ry. gives an hourly car 
service to Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : stone 
quarries, two canning factories, brick and terra cotta works, planing 
mill, two basket factories, flour mill, fruit growing and farming. 
One of the best aerodromes in Canada is situated here. The 
town contains six churches, high and public schools, Town hall, 
public library and three hotels, and has water works and electric 
lighting. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Campden, Vineland, Tintern and Jordan. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; E. S.Hudson, publisher ; established 1893 ; 
independent; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19?^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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BEAVERTON, pop. 1,080, Co. Ontario, on G. T. R., Can. National 
Ry., and Lake Simcoe, 45 miles N. of Whitby, 28 miles W. of 
Lindsay, 30 miles N. E. of Newmarket, 75 miles N. E. of Toronto; 
Tel.,T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, grist and planing- mills, 
toy factory, foundry, brick and tile works and farming. It has three 
churches, public and high school, public library containing 1,200 vol- 
umes, and town hall seating 500 persons. It is lighted by electricity. 
A charming summer resort, being situated on the eastern 
shore of Lake Simcoe, reached by the G. T. R., Midland 
Division, two trains daily, and Can. National Ry. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where nd papers are published : Oakwood, 
Lorneville, Eldon, Kirkfield and Brechin. 

\J EXPRESS, weekly ; Jos. J. Cave, editor and publisher; estab- 

lished 1879; unionist; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

Publishes also at Beaverton, the Woodville Advocate.^ the Can- 
nington Echo, and a special edition known as Mara Township 
Monitor, the circulations of which are included in above rating. 



BE ETON pop. 600, Co. Simcoe, on N. and N. W. division G. T. R., 
and Toronto and Sudbury division C. P. R., 26 miles S. of Barrie, 
43 miles N. W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
flour milling and mixed farming. It contains three churches, school, 
two public halls and two grain elevators. The town has water 
works, electric light, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Bondhead, Penville, Thompsonville, Ath- 
lone, Schomberg, Loretto and Keenansville. 

WORLD, weekly; J. J. Cook, publisher; esatblished 1882; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
" inches. Circ'n i 



BELLEVILLE, pop. 12,000, Co. Hastings, on G.T.R.,C.N.R.,C.P.R., 
Moira River, and Bay of Quinte, 220 miles from Montreal and 113 
miles from Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Steamboat connection 
to all points. Chief Industries : hardware and lock factory, woollen, 
paper, saw and planing mills, rolling mills, cement works, foundries, 
shirt factory, rubber factory, cheese factories, two evaporators 
and G. T. R. shops. It conatins twelve churches, several schools 
and colleges, public library containing 3,000 vols., an opera 
house seating 1,200, city hall seating 500, deaf and dumb institute, 
hospital and home for the friendless, gas and electric light, and 
a good fire department. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Ameliasburg, Shannonville, Rossmore, 
Marysville, Corbyville, Foxboro', Bridgewater, Frankford, 
Wellington and Canifton. 

INTELLIGENCER, every evening except Sunday; C. J. Bowell, 
publisher ; established 1867 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 j^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,542* 

WEEKLY, Thursday; established 1834; subscription $1.50; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

Advt. The Daily Intelligencer is the only paper in Belleville making sworn circu- 
lation statement It exceeds 2,700 per diem. It reaches the homes in the district. 
See Advt. Page 63. 

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ONTARIO, every evening except Sunday; Morton & Herity 
publishers ; established 1870 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i% 

WEEKLY (and Jiuy of fjninte Chronicle), established 1841 ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ij^ 

See Advt. Page 116. 

CANADIAN, semi-monthly; Ontario School for the Deaf, pub- 
lishers; established 1892 ; special for the deaf; ist and i5th of 
month; subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, 4 col., 14 inches. Circn i 

BELMONT, pop. 600, Co. Middlesex, on C. P. R., 15 miles S. E. of 
London and 9 miles -X. E. of St. Thomas ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : dairying and mixed farming. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Nilestown, Derwent, 
Harrietville, Glanworth, Mapleton and Lyons. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Strachan Bros., publishers; estab- i/ 
lished 1915; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17)^ inches. Circ'n }/% 

BLENHEI M ( pop. 1,389, Co. Kent, on the Pere Marquette Ry., 6 miles 
\. \Y. of Rondeau Harbor on Lake Erie, and 12 miles S. E. of Chat- 
ham ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, fruit grow- 
ing, canning factory, flour, saw and planing mills ; headquarters for 
the fresh bean and tobacco business of Southern Kent. The town 
has eight churches, public schools, public hall seating 450, and a fire 
brigade. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Port Alma, Cedar Springs, Rondeau, Morpeth, Fargo, Mull, 
Ouvry, Guilds, New Scotland, Harwich, Ridley and Charing Cross. 

NEWS-TRIBUNE, weekly; J. M. Denholm, publisher; \T 
established 1870; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

BLY I H, pop. 850, Co. Huron, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 18 miles E. of 
Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, flour, plan- 
ing, shingle and flax mills, salt works, brick yard, sash, door and 
blind factory, handle factory, glove factory and machine shops. 
The town contains four churches, a public school, a public hall and a 
public library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Belgrave, Auburn, Londesboro, Walton, \Vestfield, 
St. Augustine, Leadbury and Dangannon. 

STANDARD, weekly; J. H. R. Elliott, publisher ; established j/ 
1889 ; independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19/2 inches. v Circ'n i 

BOBCAYGEON, pop. 1,000, Co. Victoria, -on the Trent Canal and 
Central Kawartha Lakes, and Lindsay and Bobcaygeon branch 
of C. P. R., 73 miles X.E. of Toronto, 14 miles N.E. of Lindsay 
and ii miles E. of Fenelon Falls; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: saw, shingle and flour mills, boat building and farming. 
The town contains five churches public schools, library, town hall, 
and owns its own electric plant. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dunsford, Kin mount. Chemong 
and Coboconk. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; M. Thurston, publisher, established V 
1869 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., ig% inches. Circ'n %( 



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BOL T ON, pop. 712, Co. Peel, on the Humber River and Owen Sound 
and Sudbury Divisions of the C. P. R., 26 miles N. W. of Toronto; 
Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour mill, foundries, 
blanket factory and brick yards. The town contains three 
churches, public and high schools, public library and a town hall. 
Surrounding' towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Caledon East, Nobleton, Lloydtown, Mono Road, Sand Hill, 
Lockton, Coleraine; Palgrave, Schomberg, Kleinburg and Coventry. 

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ENTERPRISE, weekly; F. N. Leavens, editor and publisher; V 
established 1888; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; -eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 



BOTH WELL, pop. 690, Co. Kent, on Thames River and G. T. R., 
22 miles N. E. of Chatham ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
oil, live stock, grain and produce, flour mills, heading and planing 
mills and foundry. The town contains six churches, schools, and a 
town hall seating 400. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Sutherland's Corners, Aughrim, Aberfeldy, 
Mosside, Clachan, Wardsville, Cashmere and Newbury. 

Tl M ES, weekly ; H. J. Jerome, editor and publisher ; established V 
1874 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 1 8 inches. , Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Florence Quill. 



BOWMANVILLE, pop. 3,500, Co. Durham, on Lake Ontario and 
G. T. R., C. P. R., C. N. R., and Toronto Eastern Electric R., 27 miles 
W. of Cobourg, 43 miles E. of Toronto ; steamboat communication ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : piano, organ, rubber goods, 
flour, pearl barley and oatmeal mills, foundries, machine shops, 
barrel and toy factories and silver-plating works. Great apple- 
growing and stock-raising section. The town contains four 
churches, two public schools and high school, library, opera 
house and free reading room, and is lightd by electricity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published: Hamp- 
ton, Enniskillen, Enfield, Blackstock, Courtice, Newtonville, Solina, 
Cadmus, Lotus, Pontypool, Tyrone, Caesarea, Kendall, Taunton, 
Leskard, Kirby, Burketon, Nestleton, Purple Hill and Cedardale. 

WEST DURHAM REVIEW, semi-weekly; J. W. Hynds, 
editor and publisher; established 1908 ; conservative ; Tuesday and 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n i 

CANADIAN STATESMAN, weekly; M. A. James & Sons, 
V publishers; established 1854; independent-liberal; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 
Also publish Nezvs, circulation of which is included in above rating. 

NEWS, weekly; M. A. James & Sons, publishers f established 
1874; independent-conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. See Canadian Statesman. 

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BRACEBRIDGE, pop. 2,800, Co. Muskoka, on the Muskoka River 
and G. T. R., 12 miles N. of Gravenhurst ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, saw, planing, shingle and linen mills, 
match factory, foundry, tanneries and farming. The town 
is a summer resort and contains besides its stores, hotels, etc., 
nine churches, public and high schools, free library ; is lighted by 
electricity, and has excellent waterworks, both owned by the 
municipality. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Baysville, Port Carling, Uffington, Dorset and Utterson. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Bracebridge Gazette Ptg. and Pub. Co., / 

Limited, publishers ; established 1872; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

MUSKOKA HERALD weekly; Herald Publishing Co., ^ 

publishers ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i tf 



BRADFORD, pop. 1,200, Co. Simcoe, on the Holland River and 
G. T. R., 22 miles S. E. of Barrie, 34 miles N. of Toronto ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, carp fishery, cement, 
planing and flour mills, screen and kitchen cabinet factory and 
mattress factory. The town contains four churches, public and high 
schools, public library of 2,500 volumes, town hall seating 500. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Holland Landing, . Lefroy, Churchill, Schomberg, Bond Head, 
Newton Robinson and Queensville. 

WITNESS AND SOUTH SIMCOE NEWS, weekly; O. M. * 
Seim, publisher; established 1865; independent; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 



BRAMPTON, pop. 4,000, Co. Peel, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 21 miles 
N. W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : six 
greenhouses, including the largest in Canada, loose-leaf systems 
factory, two shoe factories, two knitting mills, furnace foundry, 
planing mills, paper box, gummed paper and jam factories and 
flour milling. The town contains six churches, also high and public 
schools, Carnegie library, town hall, county court house, jail, public 
hall, fire department and first-class waterworks and sewerage system, 
and municipal hydro-electric lighting and power system. Surround- 
ing villages wkere no papers are published : Malton, Meadowvale, 
Norval, Claireville, Caledon East, Inglewood and Huttonville. 

BANNER AND TIMES, weekly; A. F. Dick, publisher; 
established 1868; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., ig)4 inches. Circ'n i% 

CONSERVATOR, weekly; Charters Publishing Co. publishers; 
established 1873; conservative; Thursday ; .subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21 )4 inches. Circ'n \) 

Also publishes Port Credit News. 
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BRANTFORD, pop. 28,725, Co. Brant, on G.T. R., C.P.R..T. H. & B. 
Ry., and Grand River, 66 miles S.W. of Toronto, 400 miles from Mon- 
treal and 22 l /i. miles W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chieflndus- 
tries : woollen mills, underwear factory, foundries, potteries, pork 
packing- factories, electrical supply, shoe, emery wheel and brass bed 
factories, stove works, nut and bolt factories, cigar factories, 
malleable iron works, carriage, scissors, wind mill, refrigerator, 
starch, nail, binder and plow works, agricultural implement 
works, radiator, engine and machine works nearly ninety fac- 
tories in all, employing over 8,300 men. In volume of manu- 
factured exports Brantford ranks as the third city in the Dominion 
of Canada, and is the centre of the agricultural implement industry. 
The city contains twenty-three churches, nine schools and colleges, 
collegiate institute, free library, opera house, hospital, public halls, 
and asylum for the blind. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Cainsville, Harrisburg, Vanessa, Scotland, 
Mount Pleasant, Alberton, Jerseyville, Ancaster, Harley, Hartford, 
Longford, Oakland, Copetown, Lynden, Echo Place and Onondaga. 

EXPOSITOR, every evening except Sunday ; Preston and 
Sons Ltd., publishers ; established 1850 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 
by mail, $4.00 in city ; twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8,339*| 

Advt. The Brantford Expositor recently acquired the subscription lists and 
good will of the Brantford Daily Courier, which ceased publication on December ji st, 
1918. The Expositor now becomes the only daily newspaper published in Brant 
and, Norfolk Counties, and its fteld is one of the most important in the Province of 
Ontario. The Expositor's circulation exceeds 10,200. It is a member of the A. B. C. 
See Advt, Page 61. 

CANADIAN GOLFER, monthly; official organ of Royal Can- 
adian Golf Ass'n, Ralph H. Reville, editor; established 1515; golf; 
2Oth ot month, forms close I5th of month, subscription $3.00 ; sixty 
to sixty-four pages, 2 wide col., 8 inches. Circ'n 2j^ 

OUTDOOR QUARTERLY, quarterly; Outdoor Quarterly, 
publishers; established 1919; rabbit raising; subscription SQC; four 
pages, 6 col. , 19^ inches. 

BRIDGEBURG, pop. 2,200, Co. Welland, on G.T.R., M.C.R., T.H. 
& B., C. P. R. and Wabash Railway, opposite Buffalo, on the 
Niagara River, west end of the International Bridge, loo miles S. of 
Toronto; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : proprietary medi- 
cine factories, structural steel, foundry, bridge and iron works, mar- 
ble works, hot-air registers, varnish works and farming. The town 
contains four churches, public library, post office and customs house. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Stevensville, Humberstone, Mulgrave, Brookfield, Sherkston and 
Netherby. 

REVIEW, weekly; The Review Co., publishers; established V 
1895 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Fort Erie Times and Ridgetuay Herald, circula- 
tions of which are included in above rating. 

BRIGDEN, pop. 700, Co. Lambton, on the St. Clair Branch of Mich. 
Central Ry., 15 miles S.E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, flour, oatmeal and saw mills, brick works, 
heading, stave and hoop mills. The town contains three churches, 
public school, public library, two hotels, opera house a'hd general 
stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Wilkesport, Bradshaw, Khnball and Courtright. 

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PROGRESS, weekly; W. J. Brownlee, publisher; estab- 
lished 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n y* 

BRIGHTON, pop. 1,300, Co. Northumberland, on G. T. R., C. N. R. 
and Presqu'lsle Bay, Lake Ontario, and at the head of the Murray 
Canal, 25 miles E. of Cobourg-, 92 miles E. of Toronto, and 22 miles 
W. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
saw and planing mills, canning factory and fruit evaporators, farm- 
ing and fruit .growing. It is supplied with electric power from 
Trent River. The town contains five churches, public and 
high schools and public library. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Frankford, Smithiield, Lovett, Hil- 
ton, Edville, Castleton, Morganstown, Wooler, Codrington, Orland 
and Dundonald. 

ENSIGN, weekly; Clarence T. Lapp, publisher; established 
1871 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription Si.oo ; eight pages, 6 col., 
1 inches. Circ'n 



BROCKVILLEj pop. 9,500, Co. Leeds, on the St. Lawrence River, 
the G.T.R., C.P. R., C.N.R., boats daily east and west, ferry to U.S. 
side of river; 125 miles W. of Montreal , 208 miles E. of Toronto and 
70 miles S. of Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: stove, 
hardware, automobile, cream separator, biscuit, candy, hat, leather 
belting, boat and carriage factories, agricultural implement works, 
mineral waters, farming and dairying. Centre of leading dairy 
district of Ontario. . Over 200 cheese factories and dairies are 
represented at the Brockville cheese board. The town contains, 
besides its factories, nine churches, collegiate institute and public 
schools, hospital for the insane, town hall, Board of Trade, public 
hall, two hospitals, opera house, fine docks, hotels, stores, streets 
wide and well paved, fine fire protection, water works and sewer 
systems, gas and electric light and power. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Maitland, Caintown, 
Yonge Mills, Lyn, Toledo, Addison, Lansdowne and Frankville. 

RECORDER AND TIMES, every evening except Sunday; The 
Recorder Printing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1873 ; inde- 
pendent-liberal ; subscription $3.00; six to eight pages, 7 col. , 20 
inches. Circ'n 4^ 

WEEKLY; established 1820; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2 

Advt. The Evening Recorder and the Brockville Times merged, Feb. ist. igt8, 
into " The Recorder and Times," is now the only daily between Kingston and 
Montreal on the frontier. It covers the whole field through daily and weekly editions. 
Oil years the People's Family Newspaper. See Advt. page 65. 

BRUCE MINES, pop. 800, Algoma District, on the north shore of 
Georgian Bay and the S. Ste. Marie Branch of the C. P. R., 12 miles 
S.W. of Thessalon and 30 miles S. of Sault Ste. Marie ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, agriculture and mining. The 
town has several stores, saw and planing mills, churches, two 
hotels, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Desbarats, Rydal Bank and Marks ville. 

SPECTATOR, weekly ; F. \V. Rickaby, editor and publisher ; i 
established 1901; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight I/ 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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BRUSSELS, pop. 1,150, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and 
G. T. R., 30 miles E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour and saw mills, stave and heading- factories, machine 
shop, knitting factory and farming-. The town con tains four churches, 
a school, and a public library. Surrounding- towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Cranbrook, Ethel, Walton and Jamestown. 

POST, weekly ; William H. Kerr, publisher ; established 1872 ; V 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eig-ht pag-es, 7 col., 19 inches. 

Circ'n i% 



BUR FORD, pop. 1,000, Co. Brant, on the G. T. R., 9 miles W. of 
Brantford ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming- and 
market g-ardening-, canning factory, powdered milk factory, apple 
evaporator and planing" mills. The town contains five churches, 
school, library, board of trade, government armoury and post 
office, and has hydro electric power. Surrounding: towns and vil- 
lag-es where no papers are published : Mt. Vernon, Mt. Pleasant, 
Oakland, Northfield Centre, Scotland, Fairfield Plain, Harley, 
New Durham, Cathcart, Falkland and Princeton. 

ADVANCE, weekly; M. Messecar, publisher; established 
1909; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eig-ht to twelve 
pag-es, 6 col. , 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 



BURKS FALLS, pop. 1,200, Co. Parry Sound, on the Magnetawan 
River and on main line of Northern Division G.T. R., 171 miles N. of 
Toronto; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: tannery, saw mills, 
electric power house, brick yards, lumbering-, planing- factory and 
farming-. The town contains five churches, public and hig-h schools, 
training institute, public library, board of trade, court house and jail, 
fire department, and has waterworks and electric light. There is a 
good wharf and considerable steam and tugboat traffic. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Berri- 
dale, Magnetawan, Ahmic Harbor, Dunchurch, Katrine, Spruce- 
dale, Novar, Kearney and Emsdale. 

ARROW, weekly; Fawcett & Co. , publishers , Alex. R. Fawcett, 
manager ; established 1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 



BURLINGTON, pop. 2,600, Co. Halton, on Lake Ontario and 
G. T. R. , C. P. R. and Hamilton Radial Ry. , i o miles N. E. of Hamilton, 
and 30 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
fruit-growing and farming, canning factory, chemical works, planing 
mills, evaporator and basket works. The town has five churches, 
high and public school, town hall, public library, three large sum- 
mer hotels, military hospital, skating rink, waterworks and is lighted 
by electricity. It is visited by large numbers of summer tourists. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Bronte, Flamboro, Carlisle, Aldershot, Nelson, Appleby, Palermo, 
Cumminsville and Lowville. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Elgin A. Harris, publisher ; ^established 
1899; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col. , 20 inches. Circ'n , 3 '| 

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CALEDONIA pop. 1,230, Co. Haldimand, on the Grand River and 
G. T. R., 14 miles S. W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour mills, plaster mines, clothing factory, evaporator 
and canning factory and agriculture. The town contains five 
churches, high and public schools, public library, new opera house, 
and town hall seating 250. It has fine cement walks and macadam- 
ized streets, waterworks, hydro-electric power and cheap natural 
gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : York, Blackheath, Tyneside, Mount Hope, Middleport and 
Cheapside. 

GRAND RIVER SACHEM, weekly; H. B. Sawle, editor and 
publisher ; established 1856 ; independent ; Tuesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n I 



CAMPBELLFORD > pop. 3,200, Co. Northumberland, on the Trent 
River and G. T. R. , half way between Belleville and Peterboro, 30 
miles from each ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, 
flour, paper, saw and planing mills, foundry, machine shop, shoe fac- 
tory, bridge works and farming. The town contains seven churches, 
high and public schools, opera house seating 550, and free library. 
The Trent River furnishes the town with a magnificent water power, 
the municipal electric power plant developing- about 4,000 h.p. A 
beautiful iron bridge spans the river. Its streets are wide and well 
laid out and kept in good repair. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Keene, Birdsalls, Hilton, Sarginson, 
Meyersburg, Trent River, Hoards, Dartford and Rylestone. 

HERALD, weekly ; G. A. Kingston, B. A., editor and publisher; 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ij 



CANNINGTON, pop. 897, Co. Ontario, on Beaver River and G. 
T. R., 40 miles N. of Whitby and 18 miles W. of Lindsay ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing- mills, 
biscuit and confectionery works, foundry and farming-. 
Has Government-developed hydro-electric system providing excep- 
tionally cheap light and power. The town contains four churches, 
public and high schools, a public library and town hall. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Wilfrid, 
Pefferlaw, Manilla, Oakwood, Woodville, Derryville, Lorneville 
and Glenarm. 

ECHO, weekly; published in Beaverton by Beaverton Express. 

ONTARIO GLEANER, weekly; Wm. A. Robinson, editor and / 
publisher; established 1870 ; independent-conservative; Thursday; r ., 
subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept., 30, 1918, "729 

One section of the paper is headed Sunderland Broch Banner. 
See Advt. Page 113 

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CARLETON PLACE, pop. 3,850, Co. Lanark, on the Mississippi 
River and C. P. R. , 22 miles E. of Perth, 18 miles N. of Smiths Falls, 
and 28 miles W. of Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief industries: 
cheese and butter factories, knitting, woollen, oatmeal, flour, 
planing and saw mills, stove foundry, C. P. R. locomotive 
repair shops and boat building establishment. The town con- 
tians seven churches, three hotels, high and public schools, free 
public library containing 8,500 volumes, and splendid municipal 
buildings ; has good electric and water power, electric light and 
waterworks. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Innisville, Clayton, Appleton, Franktown and Ashton. 

CENTRAL CANADIAN, weekly ; F. A. J. Davis, editor and 
publisher ; established 1876; conservative-unionist ; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50 ; ten to twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n itf 

HERALD, weekly ; W. H. Allen, editor and publisher; esta- -J 
blished 1850; liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ttf 



CARP, pop. 500, Co. Carleton, on G. T. R., 20 miles W. of 
Ottawa and 20 miles E. of Arnprior ; Tel., T. , Ex., B ink. Chief 
Industries : flour and feed mills, cheese box factory, lumber, 
shingles, brick, cement building blocks and tile manufacturing, 
live stock raising and dairying. The village contains four 
churches, public and high school and Macdonald school garden, 
town hall, hotel, exhibition hall and grounds. Surround- 
ing villages where no papers are published : Richmond, Stitts- 
ville, Kinburn, Galetta, Huntley, South March, Dunrobin, Kilmaurs, 
Marathon, Woodlawn and Panmure. 

REVIEW, weekly ; Barnes A. Evoy, publisher; established 1904; 
independent-conservative >v Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19/4 inches, ^v 



Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 894* 



CAYUGA, pop. 850, Co. Haldimand, on Grand River and G. T. R. , 
Wabash and M. C. Rys., 76 miles S. W. of Toronto, 35 miles S. of 
Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, flour, 
saw and planing mills, glass factory, limestone, sandstone and gyp- 
sum quarries. The town contains four churches, high and public 
schools, handsome court house and county buildings, and town hall 
seating 350. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Kohler, Decewsville, Clanbrassil, S. Cayuga, Cheapside, 
Nelles Corners, Balmoral, Rainham, York, Canfield, Oneida, Nanti- 
coke and Fisherville. 

HALDIMAND ADVOCATE AND HAGERSVILLE STAND- V 
ARD, weekly; R. H. Davey, publisher; established 1857; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday : subscription $1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 6 
col., if)% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for. 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,444* 

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CHATHAM, pop. 14,600, Co. Kent, on G. T. R., C. P. R., Wabash 
Ry., Pere Marquette Ry., Chatham, Wallaceburg- & Lake Erie Elec- 
tric Radial Ry., and River Thames, 46 miles E. of Windsor and 60 
miles S. W. of London ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
canning', flour and woollen mills, engine, boiler and machine works, 
foundries, carriage factories, largest beet sugar factory in America, 
evaporator, incubator, scales, office furniture and fanning mill fac- 
tories, wheel works, spring and axle works, brass, bent goods and 
automobile works, and the largest wagon factories in the Dominion. 
The centre of a rich farming and fruit-growing country and situated 
in a large natural gas belt. The city contains eleven churches, col- 
lege, schools, collegiate institute, convent, hospitals, public library 
of 6,000 volumes, good skating and curling rink, public parks, 
municipal water works, hydro-electric light and power and natural 
gas supply. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Buxton, Louisville, Charing Cross, Mitchell's Bay, 
Northwood, Kent Centre, Rondeau and Paincourt. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday ; A. C. Woodward, pub- 
lisher ; established 1890; liberal; subscription $4.80; six to twelve 
pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,492* 

See Advt. Page 68. 

WEEKLY (Manner- News), established .869; Wednesday; sub- 
scription $1.50; sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i 

PLANET, every" evening except Sunday; S. Stephenson, pub- 
lisher; established 1863; conservative; subscription $4.20; eight 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,719* 

WEEKLY, established 1851; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
sixteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,5OO* 

See Advt. Page 75. 

CHATSWORTH, pop. 400, Co. Grey, on C. P. R., 9 miles S. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, 
roller, shingle and chopping mills, artificial limb factory, lumbering 
and farming. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, four 
churches, high and public schools, town hall, library and has hydro- 
electric light and power. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Berkeley, Holland Centre, Massie, Des- 
boro and Williamsford. 

NEWS, weeWy; T. Hugh B. McCullough^publisher ; established ., 
1885 ; independent: Thursday ; subscription 3^.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i% 

CHESLEY, pop. 1,900, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River and G. T. 
R., 1 6 miles N. E. of Walkerton; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, woollen and flour mills, foundry, furniture, munition 
and knitting factories and farming. The town contains, besides its 
mills and factories, six churches, public and high schools, public 
library, waterworks, hydro-electric lighting and power and has a 
volunteer fire brigade. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Dobbinton, Desboro and Elmwood. 

ENTERPRISE weekly ; McDonald and Nolan, publishers; V 
established 1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1.4OO 



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CHESTERVILLE, pop. 950, Co. Dundas, on C.P.R. and Petite 
Nation River, 17^ miles N. of Morrisburg ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming, dairying, milk condensery, planing and 
saw mills, sash and door factory, foundry, tannery and roller mills. 
The town contains five churches, two hotels and public, separate 
and high schools. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : North Winchester, Ormond, Connaught, 
Morewood, Berwick, Grantley, Beckstead, Dunbar, Finch, Crysler, 
Goldfield, Elma and Inkerman. 

RECORD, weekly ; G. C. Lacey, publisher ; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., V 
17!^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,1Y6* 

CLARKSBURG, pop. 500, Co. Grey, 1% miles from Thornbury, its 
nearest railway station on G.T.R. , and on Bea-ver River, 14 miles W. 
of Collingwood, no miles N. W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : foundry and machine shops, flour, shingle and 
heading mills, basket and pump factories, farming and fruit grow- 
ing. The town contains four churches, school, armoury and public 
library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Fairmount, Heathcote, Ravenna, Redwing, Duncan, 
Kimberley, Gibraltar, Griersville and Rocklyn. 

REVIEW- HERALD, weekly. See Thornbury. 

CLIFFORD, pop. 600, Co. Wellington, on Red River Creek and G. 
T. R., 50 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw, woollen and flour mills, evaporating factory, cider mill, 
machine shop and tanneries and mixed farming. The town contains 
five churches, public and continuation schools, public library and public 
hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
.are published: Lakelet, Neustadt, Drew, Belmore and Orchard- 
ville. 

EXPRESS, weekly; Jas. R. Aitchison, editor and publisher; 
established 1892 ; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n # 

CLINTON, pop. 2,254, Co. Huron, on G. T. R., 12 miles S. E. of 
Goderich, the county seat; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries; 
saw, flour and knitting mills, salt well, piano, player-piano and organ 
factories, boys' clothing factory, planing mills, motor truck and show 
case works. The town contains six churches, collegiate institute 
and public school, public library, and a hall seating 600. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Varna, 
Bayfield, Holmesville, Brucefield, Summerhill, Porter's Hill, Auburn, 
Kippen, Londesboro, Constance and Blake. 

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NEW ERA, weekly; W. H. Kerr & Son, publishers; established 

1865; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00: six to eight pages, 
7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n i% 

See Advt. Page 107. 

NEWS-RECORD, weekly; G. E. Hall, publisher; established 
1878 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 2i# inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,523 

See Ad^t. Page 70. 
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COBALT, pop. 8,500, District of Temiskaming, on T. & N. O. Ry., 
103 miles N". of North Bay, 329 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. One of the richest and most famous silver-producing 1 camps 
in the world. Chief Industries : mining, planing mills and wood- 
working factories, machine shops and foundries, explosive fac- 
tory, bottling works, lumbering and farming. A whole- 
sale distributing centre for mining machinery and supplies. The 
town contains public and separate schools, seven churches and 
hotels, and has an excellent fire department and sewerage and water 
systems. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Latchford, North Cobalt, Earlton and Thornloe. 

NUGGET, every evening except Sunday; The Cobalt Daily 
Nugget, Ltd., publishers; established 1909; independent; sub- 
scription $4.00 ; six to twelve pages, 7 col., 2oJ^ inches. Circ'n 5^ 

See Advt. Page 108. 

MINING REVIEW, weekly; The Cobalt Daily Nugget, 
Limited, publishers ; established 1918 ; mining ; Friday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

NORTHERN MINER, weekly; Northern Miner Press Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1915 ; mining ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 4 col., 17 inches. Circ'n %. 

COBDEN, pop. 838, Co. Renfrew, on C. P. R. Main Line and Muskrat 
Lake, 20 miles N.W. of Renfrew and 20 miles S. E. of Pembroke ; 
Tel. , T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, stock-raising and 
saw mills. Cobden is in the heart "of one of the best farming dis- 
tricts of Ontario. It has grain elevators, churches and a public 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Beachburg, Westmeath and Haley's Station. 

SUN AND FARM LABOR ADVOCATE, weekly; M. Ring- 
rose and W. J. Ringrose, publishers; established 1897; indepen- 
dent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 20 inches. 

See Advt. Page 97. 

COBOURG, pop. 5,000, Co. Northumberland, on G.T.R., C.N.R., 
C. P. R., and on Lake Ontario, 69^ miles E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : felt mills, munitions factory, flour mill, 
dye works, steel works, brick works, boiler compound, lath, door 
and matting factories, Lydia Pinkham. Medicine Co., planing mills, 
farming and fruit-growing. The town contains seven churches, 
collegiate institute, consolidated school and convent school, public 
'ibrary, public hall seating 800, armory, public and military hos- 
pitals and house of refuge. It is also a popular summer resort for 
Americans. Has large car and passenger ferry running winter and 
summer to Charlotte, N.Y. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Grafton, Wicklow, Centreton, Eddystone, 
Baltimore, Coldsprings, Harwood and Gore's Landing. 

SATURDAY MORNING POST, weekly; H. McGuire and 
Sons, publishers ; established 1890 ; conservative ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

SENTINEL-STAR, weekly; Leslie H. Wilson, publisher; r, 
established 1828; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n, \ft 

WORLD, weekly ; Thos. B. Lapp and Son, publishers ; established 
1866 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 and 1 \/ 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i# J 

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COCHRANE, pop. 2,500, District of Temiskaming, on T. &N.O. Ry. 
and N.T.R., 250 miles N. of North Bay, 570 miles W. of Quebec, 
770 miles E. of Winnipeg- ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw mill, railway 'roundhouses, machine shops and farming. The 
town Contains five churches, public and separote schools, hospital, 
a court house and a jail, and has electric light, waterworks and 
sewerage system. It is the distributing point for the famous Clay 
Belt extending 400 miles east and west on the C. G. R., and 150 
miles south on the T. and N. O. Ry. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Kelso, Jacksonboro, Hearst, 
Matheson, Fauguier, Iroquois Fall and Smooth Rock Falls. 

NORTH LAN D POST, weekly ; The Cochrane Northland Post, '" 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1914 ; conservative ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.50; twelve pages, 5 col., 15^ inches. Circ'n % 

COLBORNE, pop. 1,000, Co. Northumberland, on Lake Ontario, 
C.N.R., C.P.R. andG.T.R., 15 miles E. of Cobourg, 30 miles W. of 
Belleville, 84 miles E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : canning factory, soap factory, sash and door factory, 
foundry, barrel factory, machine shops, saw mills, farming and fruit- 
growing. The town contains four churches, high and public schools, 
public library containing 1,700 volumes, and public hall seating 800. 
Steamboats to all lake points. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Castleton, Codrington, Wooler, 
Vernonville, Wicklow, Dundonald, Lakeport, Grafton and Balti- 
more. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; H. and J. H. Gale, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1882; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

EXPRESS, weekly; H. S. Keyes, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1866; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.25; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19,^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

COLDWATER pop. 610, Co. Simcoe, on Coldwater River, C.P.R. 
and G.T. R., 16 miles N. W. of Orillia, 30 miles N. of Barrie ; Tel., 
T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, saw and shingle mills, 
lumbering and farming. The town contains three churches, schools, 
general stores, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Lovering, Medonte, Fesserton, Wyevale, 
Saurin, Uhthoff, Lawson, Eady, Silver Creek and Waubaushene. 

PLANET, weekly; H. Chester, publisher ; established 1895; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n %. 

COLLING WOOD, pop. 8,000, Co. Simcoe, on the Georgian Bay 
and G.T.R., 95 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : elevators, saw, planing, flour and grist mills, pork pack- 
ing, foundries, tanneries, dry dock and steel ship building. The town 
contains seven churches, also public schools, collegiate institute, 
free library containing over 9,000 volumes, historical society 
museum, Y. M. C. A., opera house seating 1,000, has good fire and 
water departments and excellent steamboat service. >~ Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published: Nottawa, Duntroon, 
Batteau, Glen Huron and Singhampton. 

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BULLETIN, weekly; Bulletin Printing: Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1870; liberal-unionist ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eig-ht 
pages, 7 and 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2# 

Also publish .Yeius. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; Enterprise Printing- Co., Ltd., ]/ 
publishers; established 1857; conservative-unionist; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ n 2 

Also publish Messenger. 

MESSENGER, weekly; Enterprise Printing Co. Ltd., pub- {/ 
Ushers ; established 1896 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 6 and 7 col., if)/4 inches. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Enterprise. 

SATURDAY NEWS, weekly; News Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; established 1905; liberal-unionist; Saturday; subscription 
$1.50; four pages, 6 and 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i% 



Also publish Bulletin. 



COMBER, pop. 600, Co. Essex, on the M.C.R., 31 miles E. of 
Detroit, 15 miles E. of Essex, and 14 miles N. of Leamington-; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, saw, planing, stave, 
heading and flour mills. It contains, besides various mills and 
factories, three churches, school, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Stoney Point, Staples, 
Haycroft, Woodslee, Quinn, Strangfield, Windfall and Ruscomb 
Station. 

HERALD, weekly; E. E. Lancaster, editor and publisher; y 
established 1881 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 



COOKSTOWN, pop. 600, Co. Simcoe, a thriving station on the 
Hamilton & N.W. Div. of G.T.R. ; 45 miles N.W. of Toronto, 
80 miles N. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
farming, apple growing, flour mill, sash and door factory, machine 
shop, saw and planing mill. It contains three churches, public 
school and library, many good stores and two hotels. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Newton 
Robinson, Deerhurst, Killyleagh, Gilford, Bondhead, Lefroy, Bell 
Ewart, Egbert, Nicolston, and Thornton. ' 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; W. E. Stoddart, publisher ; established 
1897; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 848 

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CORNWALL, pop. 6,598, Co. Stormont, on the St. Lawrence River, 
Cornwall Canal, G.T.R., C.P.R., N.Y.C. and O. & N. Y. Ry., 67 
miles W. of Montreal, 105 miles E. of Kingston ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : cotton, woollen, flour, grist, paper and 
pulp mills, foundries, furniture, iron and brass bedstead, chair and 
lacrosse stick factories, clothing- factories, quarries, repairing- basin 
for ships, brewery, dairying and general farming. The town 
contains nine churches, two hospitals, high, public and separate 
schools and a music hall seating 1,000. Its streets are wide, 
straight and well kept ; it has good water, fire and police 
departments, and several fine hotels. There is an excellent 
electric street railway service from all depots to all parts of 
the town. The post office is one of the finest in Eastern Ontario. 
Cornwall is also a port of call for river and lake steamers. The 
Cornwall Canal furnishes a magnificent water power for a large 
number of mills. The electric plant of the St. Lawrence Power 
Co. is situated four miles above the town, furnishing power for 
factories and electric light. This is also the distributing point 
of Cedar Rapids electric power. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Williamstown, Monkland, Wales, 
Aultsville, Avonmore, Moulinette, Summerstown, Finch, Berwick, 
Farran Point, Martintown, Mille Roches and Osnabruck Centre. 

FREEHOLDER, weekly ; C. W. Young, publisher ; established 
1846,; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,8O1* 
See -Advt. Page 95 

STAN DARD, weekly ; W. Gibbens, editor and publisher; estab- \ 
lished 1875 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,075* 
See Advt. Page 64 

CREEMORE, pop. 600, Co. Simcoe, on Mad River and G.T.R., 15 
miles S. E. of Collingwood and 22 miles W. of Barrie; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, planing mill, apple 
evaporator, fruit growing and farming. The town contains four 
churches, schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Banda, Dunedin, Glencairn and Avening. 

STAR, weekly ; J. S. Carlton, editor and publisher ; established 
1886; independent; Wednesday ; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 
6 col., 19% inches. 

Circ'n % 
See Advt. Page 64 

DELHI, pop. 900, Co. Norfolk, on River Rowan and G.T.R., 90 miles 
S.W. of Toronto, 12 miles W. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : canning, flour, saw, lumber and planing mills, 
tanneries, robe, mitt, glove and hosiery factories and farming. The 
town contains four churches and a public school ; it is the centre of a 
great natural gas field, and secures electric power for manufacturing 
purposes from the river on which it stands. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Hawtrey, Windham Centre, 
La Salette, Courtland, Nixon and Lynedoch. 

REPORTER, weekly; Chas. W. Hickling, publisher; established 
1886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n %{ 

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DESERONTO, pop. 2,200, Co. Hastings, on Bay of Quinte and 
C.N.R. 18 miles E. of Belleville, 30 miles W. of Kingston; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : box factory, iron works, match factory, 
powder factory, canning works, broom and pail handle works and 
engraved glass works. The town contains five churches, post 
office, customs house, public library, high and public school and 
three hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published ; Shannonville, Maryville, Northport, Lonsdale, Empey 
Hill and Kingsford. 

POST, weekly; H. M. Moore, publisher; established 1911 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % 



DRAYTON, pop. 800, Co. Wellington, on G. T. R. and Conestogo 
River, 30 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries: sash and door factories, extensive tile works, saw, planing, flour 
and flax mills, carriage works and farming. The town contains four 
churches, high and public schools, free library containing 3,200 
volumes, town hall seating 500 and electrij light plant. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers ;ire published : Goldston, 
Parker, Bosworth, Hollen, Moorefield, Stirton, Glenallan, Rothsay 
and Alma. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Jabez Coram, editor and publisher ; es- 
tablished 1890; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 7 col., 22 ^ inches. . 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,737 



DRESDEN, pop. 1,700, Co. Kent, on Sydenham River and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 12 miles N. of Chatham, the county town ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, hoop and stave making and 
b;nt wood, hub, spoke, saw and planing mills,, basket and canning 
factories, evaporators, foundry, flour mills and farming. The town 
contains five churches, two schools, public library and town hall 
seating 500. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Dawn Mills, Kent Bridge, Rutherford, Wabash, Old- 
field and Croton. 

TIMES, weekly; T. N. Wells, publisher; established 1872; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,350 



DRYDEN, pop. 1,200, District of Kenora on main line of C. P. R., 
midway between Winnipeg and Fort William ; Tel., Ex. , Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, lumbering, pulp producing and mining. Dryden 
is the centre of a fertile farming region, and a few miles south are 
the gold mines of the mineral belt. It has five churches, two schools 
and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Oxdrift, Eagle River, Ignace and Vermillion Bay. 

OBSERVER AND STAR, weekly; Observer and Star, pub- 
lishers; established 1899; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 22 inches. Circ'n % 

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DUNDALK, pop. 850, Co. Grey, on the C. P. R., 45 miles S.E. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, 
flour, woollen, saw and planing mills. The town contains four 
churches, public and high schools, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Hopeville, Shrigley, 
Badjeros, Priceville, Homing's Mills, Proton Station, Corbetton, 
Ventry, Riverview, Wareham, Cedarville, Ceylon, Swinton Park 
and Maxwell. 

HERALD, weekly; J. R. Macintyre, editor and publisher; \/ 
established 1880 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 



DUN DAS, pop. 5,012, Co. Wentworth, on T. H. & B. Ry. and G. 
T. R., 5 miles W. of Hamilton, connected by electric railway, 
and 25 miles S.E. of Guelph; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : woollen, flour and paper mills, church furniture, show 
case and store fittings factories, clothing and tool factories, knitting 
mills, glove factories, gas engine works, mill machinery and sup- 
plies and farming. The town contains five churches, high, public 
and separate schools, public library, town hall, house of providence, 
old ladies' home, House of Refuge; has water, natural gas, and elec- 
tric light, fire department and hydro-electric sub-station. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Copetown, 
Troy, Greensville, Ancaster, Lynden, Freelton, Millgrove, Westover, 
Rockton, Harrisburg, Clyde, Morriston, Valens, Carlisle, Jersey- 

" ville and West Flamboro. 

STAR, weekly ; Star Printing Co., Limited, publishers; estab- 
lished 1875; conservative ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1% 



DUNN VILLE, pop. 3,300, Co. Haldimand, on Grand River, 4 miles 
from Lake Erie, and on the B. & G. branch G.T. R. and the T. H. 
& B. Ry., 15 miles S.E. of Cayuga, 40 miles S.E. of Hamilton, and 
40 miles bv water W. of Buffalo, N.Y. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming, flour and woollen mills, tapestry, knitting, 
hammock and sash and blind factories, agricultural implement and 
gas and gasolene engine works, saw and planing mills, foundries, 
machine shops, cement tile works, stone quarries, can- 
ing factory, creamery and evaporator. The town contains five 
churches, public and high schools, county house of refuge, opera 
house, public library, and has fine water power, fire brigade and 
electric light, waterworks and natural gas. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Port Maitlnad, Moulton, 
Stromness, Canboro, South Cayuga, Rainham, Byng, Canfield 
and Attercliffe Station. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; W. A. Fry, editor and publisher; es- \J 
tablished 1896; independent; ; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 2 

GAZETTE, weekly; David Hastings, publisher; established 
1852; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 \J 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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REFORM PRESS, weekly; W. D. Patterson, editor and 
publisher ; established 1872 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription 
1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n ) 



DURHAM, pop. i, 600, Co. Grey, on Saugeen River, C. P. R. and 
G. T. R., 28 miles S. of Owen Sound, 100 miles N. W. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : grist, oatmeal, saw and 
woollen mills, planing mills, sash, door and furniture factory, cement 
works, foundry and farming. The town contains five churches, 
high and public schools, public library containing over 5,000 
volumes, town hall seating 400, Government armoury and has 
hydro-electric lighting system. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Priceville, Varney, Allan Park, 
Dornoch, Neustadt, Ceylon, Holstein, Dromore, Orchard, Williams- 
ford and Traverston. 

CHRONICLE, weekly ; W. Irwin, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1867 ; conservative ;. Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ij 

REVIEW, weekly; C. Ramage & Son, publishers; established 
1878; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i> 



DUTTON, pop. 1,000, Co. Elgin, on the M.C.R. and Pere Marquette 
Ry., 20 miles S. W. of St. -Thomas; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, stave and hoop mills, grist and saw mills, 
evaporating factory, foundry and planing mills. The town contains 
four churches, high and public schools, town hall and has natural 
gas for power and heating. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Shedden, lona, Wallacetown, Tyrconnell, 
Fingal, Lawrence and Eagle. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Blue & Smith, editors and publishers; \ 
established 1889; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
to eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,O4O* 



EGANVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Renfrew, on Bonnechere River, G.T.R. 
and C. P. R., 25 miles S. of Pembroke, 23 miles W. of Renfrew; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, farming, woollen, 
carding, saw, planing and flour mills, lime works and furniture 
factory. The town contains six churches, public and separate 
schools, town hall and three good hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Combermere, Brudenell, 
Rockingham, Osceola, Killaloe, Douglas, Barry's Bay, Golden 
Lake, Tramore, Dacre, Wilno, Craigmont, Madawaska, Whitney, 
Hyndford, Killaloe Station and Micksburg. 

LEADER, weekly ; P. McHugh, publisher; established 1902; 
independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. N Circ'n i% 

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ELM IRA, pop. 2,250, Co. Waterloo, on the Canagagigue River, C.P. R. 
and G. T. R. , 1 2 miles N. of Kitchener^i6 miles N. W. of Guelph, and 
60 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
broom and leather and rubber shoe factories, large felt shoe factory, 
furniture and interior woodwork factories and sash and door 
factory. The town conatins seven churches, public and high schools, 
armoury, town hall and Carnegie library and has waterworks and 
hydro-electric power. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Yatton, Glenallan, St. Clements, Weissen- 
burg, St. Jacobs, Winterbourne, Hawkesville, Floradale, Heidel- 
berg, Conestogo, West Montrose and Winfield. 

SIGNET, weekly ; Elmira Printing Co., publishers ; established 
1893; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 21 % inches. Circ'n i 



ELMVALE, pop. 650, Fo. Simcoe, on G. T. R., 18 miles N. W. ot 
Barrie, the county seat, 17 miles S. of Penetanguishene ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour mills, saw and shingle mills, 
planing factories, farming and dairying. The town contains, besides 
general stores, three churches and three hotels, high and public 
school. Surrounding towns and vilalges where no papers are pub- 
lished : Waverley, Wyebridge, Hillsdale, Crossland, Edenvale, 
Allenwood, Orr Lake, Minesing, Phelpston, New Flose, Fergusonvale 
and Wyevale. 

\J 
LANCE, weekly; Charles Fraser, publisher; established 1901; 

independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 
K)Yi inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1.O5O 

ELORA, pop. 1,256, Co. Wellington, on C. P. R., G.T. R., and at the 
Junction of the Grand and Irvine Rivers, 13 miles N. W. of Guelph ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : two furniture factories, 
lime kiln, tannery, foundry, kiddie kar and novelty factories, chemical 
works, flour and saw mills and farming. The town has excellent 
water and electric power and contains four churches, high and pub- 
lic schools, public library, museum, armoury, water and fire depart- 
ment. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Salem, Alma, Floradale, Creek Bank, and Aboyne. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; R. E. Mills, publisher; established 1852; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
i9> inches. Circ'n % 

EMBRO, pop. 600, Co. Oxford, on River Thames and C. P. R., 
10 miles W. of Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
evaporator, flour mills and farming. The town contains three 
churches, a public library and a public school. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Beachville, Brookdale, 
Youngsville, Brsemar, Harrington, Lakeside, KintoreandMaplewood. 

COURIER, weekly; A. A. McKinnon, publisher^ established 
1878; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

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ERIN, pop. 1,200, Co. Wellington, on Credit River and C. P. R., 53 miles 
N.W. of Toronto, 20 miles N. E. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries: grist, planing-, knitting, flour, saw and woollen 
mills, foundry, waggon and carriage factory, two grain elevators, 
stone quarries and lime kilns, sash and door fectories and farming. 
Erin is the centre of a great stock-raising district. The village 
contains five churches, public and high schools, public library, town 
hall and armoury, and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Belfountain, Cataract, 
Alton, Inglewood, Terra Cotta, Orton, Tullamore, Charleston, 
Ospringe, Cheltenham and Ballingford. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. Hull & Son, publishers; established 
1870; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n 2% 

ESSEX, pop. 1,500, Co. Essex, on M.C.R. and W., E. & L.S.R. Ry., 
16 miles S. E. of Windsor ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
canning factory, boiler works, handle, flour, stave, planing 
and saw mills, brick and tile factories and foundry. The town 
is situated in an excellent fruit-growing and farming district, arid 
contains five churches, higfh and public schools, public library, 
water works and electric light. It has natural g-as for fuel and 
power. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Blytheswood, Olinda, Vereker, Cottam, Belle River, Maidstone, 
Sandwich, South Woodslee, Woodslee, Ruscom, Ruthven, Edgar 
Mills, Gesto, New Canaan and McGregor. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; Brett & Auld, editors and publishers ; X.' 
established 1883 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. . Circ'n itf 

EXETER pop. i, 608, Co. Huron, on .Sable River and G.T.R., 32 
miles N. W. of London, 43 miles S. of Wingham; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, foundry, salt well, flour, saw, 
planing and flax mills, clothing and gasoline engine fac- 
tories, evaporator and canning factory. The town contains four 
churches, high and public schools, town hall and public library. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Hensall, Elmville, Kirkton, Farquhar, Grand Bend, Centralia, 
Crediton and Dashwood. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Sanders & Creech, publishers; estab- 
lished 1887; liberal-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2 

TIMES, weekly; Exeter Times Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; ^ 
established 1873; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., ig/^ inches. Circ'n ij^ 

FENELON FALLS, pop. 1,053, Co. Victoria, on the Fenelon River 
and G. T. R., 14 miles N. of Lindsay; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: flour, saw, shingle and chemical mills, lumbering and farm- 

ing. The town contains five churches, public schools, public library; 
has Board of Trade and municipally owned electric light and power 
plant. Surrounding townsand villages where no papers are published: 
Dunsford, Hartley, Islay, Cameron, Coboconk, Kinmount, Rosedale 
and Burnt River. / 

GAZETTE, weekly; Robson Bros., publisher; established 1873; 
independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n # 

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28 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

FERGUS, pop. i, 800, Co. Wellington, on Grand River, G. T. R. 
and C. P. R., 13 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : oatmeal, peas and pot barley mills, saw mills, 
cement, tile and block works, carriag-e and implement shops, 
planing mill, seed grain separator factory, hay fork and litter 
carrier factory, lime and stone quarries and farming. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, hospital, town hall 
and a public library, has waterworks, and hydro-electric power and 
light. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Belwood, Orton, Ennotville, Speedside, Cumnock, Hills- 
burg and Alma. 

\ 

NEWS-RECORD, weekly; J. C. Templin, editor and pro- 
prietor ; established 1857 ; independent ; Thursdoy ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 19% inches. Circ'n itf 



FLESHERTON, pop. 500, Co. Grey, on Boyne River and C.P.R., 
30 miles S.E. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour, woollen and planing mills, sash and door factory, stock- 
raising and farming. The village contans three churches and a 
public and high school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Priceville, Inistioge, Max '-ell, Feversham, 
Eugenia, Vandeleur, Kimberley, Proton ond Ceyion. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; W. H. Thurston, editor and publisher ; es- 
tablished 1 88 1 ; liberal-conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 



FLORENCE, pop. 550, Co. Lambton, on the east branch of Syden- 
ham River, 6 miles from North Bothwell Station on C. P. R. and 23 
miles N.E. of Chatham; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
farming and grist mill. The town contains besides its stores, etc., 
four churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Oakdale, Croton, Inwood and 
Rutherford. 



QUILL, weekly; H. J. Jerome, publisher; established 1896; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n 

Also publishes Bothivell Times. 



FORDWICH, pop. 500, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River, and on the 
C.P.R., 10 miles W. of Harriston, 55 miles W. of Orangeville and 
50 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour and saw mills, cheese and butter factories, fruit growing and 
mixed farming. The village contains three churches, public school, 
several stores, town hall, public library and hotel. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Newbridge, 
Lakelet, Molesworth, Belmore and Kurtzville. 

RECORD, weekly; W. J. Roberts, publisher; established 1896; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 99. 

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FOREST, pop. 1,500, Co. Lambton, on G.T.R., 22 miles N.E. of Sar- 
nia; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming', fruitgrowing, 
implement works, concrete block works, flax, flour, woollen, saw 
and planing mills, basket factory, cannery, fruit evaporators and 
foundry. The town contains seven churches, public and high 
schools, town hall seating' 600 and public library. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Ravenswood, Aberarder, 
Warwick, Camlachie and Arkona. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; H.J. Pettypiece, editor and publisher; * 
established 1879; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,575 

STANDARD, weekly; G. E. Mclntosh, publisher ; established ./ 
1893; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n i^ 



FORT ERIE, pop. 1,300, Co. Welland, on G. T. R., M. C. R. and 
T. H. and B. Ry., opposite Buffalo, N. Y., on the Niagara River; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. The town contains five churches, several 
stores, lubricating oil, account register and safe factories, public 
school and public library. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Stevensville, Humberstone and Chippewa. 

TIMES, weekly; published in Bridgeburg by The Review Co.; 
established 1894; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
to twelve pages, 7 col., 19% inches. 

Also publish at Bridgeburg the Bridgeburg Review and Ridge- 
rvay Herald. 



FORT FRANCES, pop. 4,000, Rainy River District, on C.N.R., D. 
W.& Pac. Ry.,andN. P. Ry., at terminus of navigation headwaters 
ofRainyRiver, 208 miles E. of Winnipeg, 230 miles W. of Port Arthur and 
Fort William; Tel., T. Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, 
mining and farming, saw mills, pulp and paper mills, machine shop 
and foundry, sash and door factory, carriage works, tie preserving 
plant, brick yard, cement and building stone works. 60,000 h.p. 
hydro-electric power has been developed and many new manu- 
facturing plants are contemplated. The town is a great tourist 
centre ; the surrounding country affords abundant fishing and hunting 
The town has five churches, public and high schools, town hall, public 
library, opera house, court house, district jail, waterworks, sewers 
and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Mine Centre, Devlin, Boxalder, Stratton, 
Atekokan, Bears Pass, Burriss, Barwick, Pinewood, Banning, La 
Vallee, Big Fork, Isherwood, Crozier and Emo. 

TIMES AND RAINY LAKE HERALD, weekly; W. H. Elliott, V 
publisher, Geo. P. Watson, editor and manager; established 1892; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n i 

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FORT WILLIAM, pop. 20,000, Co. Thunder Bay, on Kaministiqua 
River, at the head of Lake Superior, the lake terminus of the 
C. P. R. and of the Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., and on the line of 
the Can. Nor. Ry., 426 miles E. of Winnipeg- ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
The gateway of the Northwest it has excellent railway and shipping- 
facilities; 175 miles of railway terminals and 26 miles of land-locked 
harbour. Fort William is the headquarters of the Dominion Grain 
Board and Sample Market and is rapidly developing into one of the 
most important manufacturing- centres in Canada. Chief Industries: 
iron works and foundry, pipe mills, car plant, brick manufactur ng-, 
saw and planing- mills, sash and door factories, stove foundry, broom 
and brush factory, starch and glucose works and flour mills. The 
centre of the mining- district. It has the largest grain elevator on 
the continent, which, with others, gives a combined capacity of 
about 30,285,000 bushels ; 35,000 h. p. of electric energy is deveoped 
at Kakabeka Falls near by, and larger amounts are still available 
for development. Fort William has a street railway, waterworks, 
electric light and municipal telephone. 1,750,000 tons of coa 
are handled here annually, and customs collections amount to over 
$1,275,840 ayear. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Mackenzie, Pearl River, Murillo, Dexter, Ross 
Port, Slate River, Ignace, White River and Schreiber. 

TIMES-JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday; Superior 
Printing Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1886; independent; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21 ^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,817 

Advt. Fort William is industrially one of the brightest spots in Canada to-day. 
Low water freight rates and cheap coal and power have combined to make this point 
the logical one for large manufacturers. Advertisers will do well to look into this 
field. The Times-Journal covers Fort William absolutely every evening and also 
has a cat rier system in Port Arthur, the adjoining city. See Advt. Page 53. 

GAL I , pop. 13,000, Co. Waterloo, on Grand River, Mill Creek and 
C.P.R., G.T.R., Gait and Elmira Ry., Grand River and Lake 
Erie and Northern Electric Rys., 13 miles S.E. of Kitchener and 25 
miles N.W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour, oatmeal, saw, planing and woollen mills, brass and iron 
foundries, iron machinery works, edge tool works, hub and 
spoke works, glove factory, engine, boiler and sheet metal 
works, saw and safe works, knitting, tack, underwear, stove 
and shoe factories. The city contains twelve churches (having 
one of the largest Presbyterian churches in Canada), schools, music 
hall, public library, city hall, armouries, Y. M. C. A., collegiate 
institute, etc. The city is lighted with electricity, and has hydro 
power and a supply of natural gas. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Blair, Branchton, Clyde, Doon, G'en 
Morris, Kossuth, Roseville, Strassburg, Rockton, Sheffield, Troy, 
Kirkwall, Breslau, New Dundee, Westover, Baden and Freeport. 

REPORTER, every evening except Sunday; Gait Reporter Ltd., 
publishers; established 1896; independent; subscription $4.50; eight 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,849* 
WEEKLY, established 1846 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

Advt. The Call Reporter is the only daily newspaper published in South Waterloo. 
The Reporter goes into over 05 per cent, of the homes in Gait. Its readers are pros- 
perous and buy advertized goods. 

See' Advt. Page 67. 

CANADA LUTHERAN, monthly; Evangelical Lutheran Synod 
of Central Canada, publishers; established 1911 ; religious, ist of 
month ; forms close i5th of month previous ; subscription 6oc. ; six- 
pages, 2 col., l l /t inches. Circ'n ) 

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GANANOQUE, pop. 3,760, Co. Leeds, on Thousand Island Ry., 
connecting- at Thousand Islands Junction with G.T.R. The town is 
situated at the junction of St. Lawrence and Gananoque Rivers, 33 
miles S.VV. of Brockville, 18 miles E. of Kingston; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : carriage, axle, rivet, spring, agricultural imple- 
ment, nail, hinge and copper works, corset steel factory and flour 
mills, farming and dairying. The town contains five churches, high 
and public schools, opera house, has fire brigade, waterworks and 
sewerage system and is lighted with electricity. Good steamboat 
connection with Montreal and intermediate points. Gananoque is 
the Canadian Gateway to the Thousand Islands, and an important 
summer resort, and from June to September its population is in 
consequence largely increased. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Lansdowne, Lyndhurst, Seeley's Bay, 
Washburn, South Lake, Rockport, Morton, Delta and Elgin. 

JOURNAL, weekly; J< 
established 1883 ; conserval 
eight to twelve Daeres. 6 col.. io l A inches. Circ'n i 



\ L, weekly ; Jas. A. Thomson, editor and publisher; 
1883; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
Ive pages, 6 col., ig/4 inches. Circ'n 



REPORTER, weekly ; B. O. Britton, editor and publisher ; 
established 1860 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1.1OO 



GEORGETOWN, pop. 1,900, Co. Halton, on the River Credit and 
G. T. R., 30 miles W. of Toronto and 36 miles N.W. of Hamilton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : paper mills, boot and shoe 
factory, planing mills, knitting machine factories, gasoline engine, 
hosiery and woollen factories, lime kilns, foundry, stone quarries 
and farming. It contains six churches of different denominations, 
high and public schools, three well equipped hotels, town, masonic 
and oddfellows' halls and public library. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Glen Williams, Norval and Stewarton. 

HERALD, weekly; J. M. Moore, publisher.; established 1865; 
independent ; Wednesday; subscription $1.25 ; four pages, 8 col., 
24 inches. Circ'n i 



GLENCOE, pop. 1,000, Co. Middlesex, on G. T. R., Wabash and 
C. P. R., 30 miles S.W. of London, 35 miles N.E. of Chatham, 40 
miles E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw 
mill, sash and door factory, fruit evaporator, woodenware fac- 
tory, foundry and farming. The town contains three churches, 
high and public schools, public library of 2,000 volumes, opera house, 
customs office, a good public hall and is lighted by electric light. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Appin, Melbourne, Middlemiss, Wardsville, Napier, Mayfair 
Newbury and Strathburn. 

L/ 

TRANSCRIPT, weekly; A. E. Sutherland, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1870 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Cirr'n i 

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GODERICH, pop. 4,700, Co. Huron, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 
Lake Huron and River Maitland, 63 miles N.W. of London and 125 
miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: dairy- 
ing 1 , fruit growing', fishing 1 and farming 1 , apple evaporator and can- 
ning 1 factory, salt works, flour mills, machine and carriage shops, 
marine and stationary engine and road-making machinery works, 
foundry, organ, toilet goods, furniture, knitting 1 and ready made 
clothing factories, stave and barrel factories, two grain elevators, two 
planing mills and a saw mill. It has one of the deepest and safest 
harbors on the great lakes. The town contains six churches, several 
hotels, high, public and separate schools, a public library, public 
hall, county buildings, hospital, electric light and power, water 
works and sewerage system, fire brigade and is the largest shipping 
point on the Canadian side of the lake. It is also a popular summer 
resort, with steamer connections north and south on Lake Huron. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
3ayfield, Nile, Port Albert, Auburn, Holmesville, Benmiller, Saltford, 
Carlow and Kintail. 

V 

SIGNAL, weekly; The Signal Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1848 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 98. 

STAR, weekly; Vanatter & Naftel, publishers ; established 1859; 
liberal-conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight to ten 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,OOO 

See Advt. Page no. 



GORE BAY, pop. 703, Manitoulin District, on the Georgian Bay 
and Grand Manitoulin Island, 90 miles S. E. of Sault St. Marie ; 
nearest station Cutler, on C. P.R.; steamboats call during the season 
of navigation ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, planing 
and flour mills, pump, sash and door factories and fishing. The 
town contains three churches, public and high schools and a sum- 
mer model school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Meldrum Bay, Britainville, Providence Bay, Morris- 
ville, Honora, Silverwater, Kagawong, Mindemoya and Mani- 
towaning. 

RECORDER, weekly; Jean R. McGregor, publisher; established 
1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 



GORRIE, pop. 500, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and C.P.R., 
50 miles N.E. of Goderich; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief industries : 
flour, saw and planing mills, excelsior factory, carriage factory and 
farming. The village contains three churches, public schools 
and market, town hall and two society halls. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published ; Lakelet, New- 
bridge, Morrisbank, Molesworth and Belmore. 

VIDETTE, weekly; Thos. Nash, publisher; established 1916 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 : eight pages, 5 cols., 17^ 
inches. ,. 

Also publishes Wroxeter JVeifs. 
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GRAND VALLEY, pop. 750, Co. Dufferin, on Grand River and 
C.P.R., 12 miles N. of Orangeville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: carriage and pump factories, saw, flour, planing, shingle 
and lath mills and farming. The village contains four churches 
and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Colbeck, Monticello, Waldemar, Belwood, Marsville, 
Laurel, Bowling Green, Hereward, Keldon, Orton and Damascus. 

STAR AND VIDETTE, weekly ; W. Logan Craig, editor and 
publisher; established 1885 ; independent; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 962* 

GRAVEN HURST, pop. 1,624, Co. Muskoka, on MuskokaLake and 
the G.T.R., 12 miles S.W. of Bracebridge, no miles N. of Toronto; 
Tel. , T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: lumbering, farming, saw 
and planing mills, motor boat factory and potash mills. The town 
contains seven churches, high and public schools and a free library, 
and has very cheap electric power. It has an international reputation 
as a health resort. The National Sanitorium for Consumption is 
located in the neighbourhood. It is the gateway to the Muskoka 
Lakes, on which steamers run daily during season of navigation. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Severn, Washago, Rpsseau, Port Carling, Bala, Port Sandfield, Bark- 
way, Uflfington, Windermere and Beaumaris. . 

BANNER, weekly; E. E. Reynolds, publisher; established 
1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n J^ 

GRIMSBY, pop. 1,800, Co. Lincoln, on Lake Ontario, C.P.R. and 
G.T.R., halfway between Hamilton and St. Catharines ; connected 
with Hamilton by H. G. & B. Electric Railway; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : chopping mills, planing mills, basket 
factories, canning factories and evaporators, nurseries, agricultural 
implement works, electrical goods and hospital supplies factories, 
stove foundry, stone quarries and fruit farming. The town 
contains five churches, Carnegie library, high and public schools, 
Government cold storage warehouse, good fire department, electric 
light and waterworks. It is the centre of a fine fruit district and 
a favorite camping ground, having the annual Methodist camp in 
Grimsby Park. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Jordan, Stoney Creek, Campden and Winona. 

CANADIAN SPORTSMAN, weekly; Jas. A. Livingston 
& Sons, publishers ; established 1870 ; sporting ; Monday ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 4 col., 13 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publishes Independent and Canadian Poultry A r eivs. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly ; Jas. A. Livingston & Sons, pub- 
Ushers ; established 1885 independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1% 

(Dated at Grimsby, Beamsville and Smithville.) 
Also publishes Canadian Poultry Neivs&nA Canadian Sportsman. 

CANADIAN POULTRY NEWS, monthly; Jas. A. Livingston 
& Sons, publishers; established 1900; poultry; first Thursday of 
month ; subscription soc. ; sixteen to forty pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n 3 X 

Also publishes Independent and Canadian Sportsman. 

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GUELPH, pop. 17,000, Co. Wellington, on the River Speed, C. P. R. 
and G. T. R., 28 miles N.W. of Hamilton, 49 miles W. of Toronto; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief industries: sewing machine, organ and 
piano, soap, biscuit, waterproof clothing, carriage, lawn-mower, hard- 
ware, cream separator, agricultural implement, furniture, hosiery 
and carpet factories, boot and shoe factory, whitewear and ladies' 
wear factories, flour and spinning mills, iron tubing mills, stoves and 
furnaces and gasoline engine factories. The city contains thirteen 
churches, collegiate institute, colleges, schools, fine public buildings, 
waterworks, fire department, free library containing 5,000 volumes, 
and the celebrated Ontario Agricultural College ; is lighted 
by gas and electricity and has street railway. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published :' Rockwood, Eden Mills, 
Arkel, Blair, Doon, Limehouse, Belwood, New Germany, Alma 
Winterbourne, Ballinafad, Morriston, Aberfoyle, Marden and 
Ospringe. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday ; Guelph Herald Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1872 ; conservative ; subscription $4.00 ; 
six to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 3 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1847 ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 3 

Also publish Canadian Oddfellow. 

MERCURY, every evening except Sunday; J. I. Mclntosh, 
publisher ; established 1867 ; liberal-unionist ; subscription $5.00 ; 
eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,127 f 

WEEKLY, Thursday; established 1844; subscription $1.50; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20%. inches. Circ'n 2f 

CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST, monthly; Entomological 
Society of Ontario, publishers, Dr. E. M. Walker, editor ; 
established 1868; scientific; ist of month; subscription $2.00; 
thirty-six pages and upwards, i col., 6^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CANADIAN ODDFELLOW, monthly; Guelph Herald Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1903 ; fraternal ; subscription 50 cents ; 
eight pages, 3 col., 12 inches. 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE REVIEW, 

monthly ; O. A. C. Students' Publishing Assoc., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1889; college and agricultural ; subscription 50 cents ; seventy 
pages up, 2 col., 8 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,484* 

Advt. The Ontario Agricultural College Review is an agricultural Journal, as well 
as the official organ of the students of Ontario Agricultural College. Its circulation is 
by no means confined to the college. It reaches every month in the year an average 
of 1400 of the best and largest farmers in Ontario and it is a magazine with an influence. 
See Advt. Page 81. 

HAGERSVILLE, pop. 1,250, Co. Haldimand, on the G.T.R. and Mi- 
chigan Central Ry., 25 miles S.W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grist mills and stone quarries and farming. 
The town contains, besides its mills and stores, four churches and 
three hotels, town hall, theatre and is lighted and heated by natural 
gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Cheapside, Erie, Foreman, Garnet, Nanticoke, Nober 
and Springvale. 

NEWS, weekly; D. andW. H. Seymour, publishers; established N. 
1888; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 8 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n %, 

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HAILEYBURY, pop. 4,000, District of Temiskaming, on Lake Temis- 
kaming and on T. & N. O. Ry., 108 miles N. of North Bay ; point 
of call for steamers of Temiskaming Nav. Co.; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : planing mills, pulp mill, brick works, farming 
and fishing. It is connected by electric railway with Cobalt and 
New Liskeard and is a supply point for these places. The town has, 
besides its stores, five churches, public and high schools, school of 
mines, Government wharf, Mining Recorder's office, dry dock, fire 
engine and electric light, modern sewerage and water systems and an 
electric railway. Being the nearest town to Cobalt, and the distribu- 
ting centre for the mining district, Haileybury is growing rapidly. 

HAILEYBURIAN, weekly; R. L. Davidson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1904; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

HAMILTON, pop. 110,000, Co. Wentworth, on Hamilton Bay, at head 
of Lake Ontario, 39 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Connections : various steamboat lines, G. T. R., T. H. & B. R. and 
C.P.R. ; H. & D., H.G. & B., B. & H. and Hamilton Radial Electric 
Railways, supplied with unlimited electric power, connect the city 
with Dundas, Grimsby, Beamsville, Brantford, Burlington and Oak- 
ville. Chief Industries: International Harvester Co., Canadian 
Westinghouse Co., Steel Co. of Canada, Oliver Chilled Plow Works, 
National Steel Car Works, blast furnaces, smelting works, stovo 
and Implement works, furniture, machinery, water and gas pipe fac- 
tories, cotton, saw and planing mills, rolling mills, bolt and tack 
works, pottery, breweries, clothing, engine, glass, screw, sewing ma- 
chine, scales, boot and shoe factories. Surrounding country contains 
many fine fruit farms. The city contains several fine public buildings 
and well-built churches, a high school, twenty-six public schools, four 
separate schools whose system is very complete, Y. M. C. A. hall, 
various public and masonic and oddfellows' halls, one of the finest 
insane asylums in Ontario, three opera houses, two hospitals and large 
free library, fine fire brigade and waterworks. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Stoney Creek, Albion 
Mills, Fruitland, West Flamboro', Mount Hope, Bullock's Corners, 
Winona, Bartonville, Ancaster, Elfrida, Waterdown and Aldershot. 

HERALD, every afternoon except Sunday ; Herald Printing Co. 
of Hamilton, Limited, publishers ; established 1889 ; independent ; 
subscription $3.60 ; twelve to thirty-six pages, 8 col., 21 ^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 18.O6O* 

Advt. The policy of the Hamilton Herald is directed in the interests of all the 
people, being free from all financial and other relationships. It is this conspicuous 
feature that makes it strong with the masses. It covers Hamilton and district like 
a blanket, giving advertisers an exclusive field. The growth of local department 
store, classified and general advertising, makes it a sure guide for the foreign adver- 
tiser to fa/low. See Advt. Page 32. 

SPECTATOR, every evening except Sunday ; Spectator Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1848; independent - conservative ; 
subscription $3.60 ; ten to twenty-four pages, 8 col.,.2i^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 29,912 j 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1846 ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n J '4 

Advt. The Spectator is a member of The Audit Bureau of Circulation. It is 
the only local paper Publishing all the departmental store advertising much of it 
exclusively. The shrewd, progressive Hamilton merchants are wist guides for 
out-of-town advertisers to follow. They know from experience the worth of each 
local paper. The Spectator also leads in local, foreign and classified advertising. 
The Twice-a-Week Spectator is a visitor in the homes in the rich farming commu- 
nities surrounding Hamilton. See Advt. Page 31. 

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Tl M ES, every evening except Sunday; Times Printing- Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1837; liberal; subscription $3.60; ten to 
thirty-six pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n 1034 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1857 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; ten pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 5^ 

Advt. The advertiser who uses The Times is alive to the situation of advertising. 
The Hamilton Times has been a successful newspaper from the first, and is one of 
the oldest in Ontario ; bright, clean and up-to-date. It was founded in 1837, and 
published continuously since 1857, under the name of The Times. You, as an 
advertiser, can't afford to be out of the only Liberal newspaper in Hamilton, a town 
of 110,000. We publish a daily, also a semi-weekly, and by using both papers you 
cover a large territory. Don't overlook The Times, when placing your advertising. 
See Advt. Pa?e 30. 

HAMILTON NEWSPAPER UNION LIST, a list of 53 
country weeklies ; Canada Ready Print Co. , publishers ; established 
1878 ; inside or outside pages are printed in Hamilton and the balance 
by each individual paper. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 39,045* 

See Advt. Page 67. 

LABOR NEWS, weekly; The Labor News, publishers: estab- 
lished 1912; independent trade-union; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 4^ 

RECORD, weekly ; Thursday ; the record paper of the Hamilton 
Newspaper Union List. 

R E VI EW, weekly ; M. Lynch-Staunton, publisher; established 
1899; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00; twelve pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 12,5OO 

See Advt. Page loj. 

CANADIAN POULTRY JOURNAL, monthly; Canadian 
Poultry Journal Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1915 ; 
poultry; ist of month; last forms close 25th month previous ; sub- 
scription 75 cents ; from thirty-two pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 9^ 

CANADIAN ROYAL TEMPLAR, monthly; Royal Templars 
of Temperance, publishers ; established 1884 ; Temperance ; loth 
of month ; last forms close ist of month ; subscription 50 cents ; 
eight pages, 4 col., 14 inches. Circ'n 8^ 

INTERCOLONIAL GAS JOURNAL OF CANADA, month- 
ly ; Gas Journal Publishers, Ltd., publishers ; established 1908 ; gas 
industries; ist of month ; subscription $2.00; forty pages, 2 col., 
10 inches. 

HANOVER, pop. 3,200, Co. Grey, on the G.T.R. and C.P.R. and 
Saugeen River, 120 miles N.W. of Toronto, 40 miles S. of Owen 
Sound and 6 miles E. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : eight furniture factories, whitewear factory, cement, 
flour, saw and woollen mills, tannery and foundry, farming and 
lumbering. The town contains ten churches and a school, a Carnegie 
library and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Varney, Elmwood, Dornoch, Habermeil, Maple 
Hill, Mulock, Neustadt, Allan Park and Carlsruhe. 

POST, weekly; Geo. H. Mitchell, editor and publisher; estab- V 
lished 1872; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
to twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,625 

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HARRISTON, pop. 1,700, Co. Wellington, on the Maitland River, 
G.T.R. andC.P.R., 40 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : pork-packing house, saw, planing' and flour mills, 
brick yards, furniture, casket, shoe and biscuit factories, agricul- 
tural implements, stove and novelty works and mixed farming. 
The town contains four churches, high school and public school, 
Carnegie library of 3,500 volumes, a town hall seating 700, water 
works, hydro electric power and fire department. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Cotswold, Teviotdale, 
Drew, Rothsay, Glenlee, Newbridge, Beehive and Redgrave. 

REVIEW, weekly ; Dewar and Gardiner, publishers; established ^ 
1895 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

HAVELOCK, pop. 1,550, Co. Peterboro', on the C. P. R., 25 miles 
E. of Peterboro', 100 miles N.E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw and planing mills, telegraph and telephone 
poles, railway ties, cheese-making, farming and railway divisional 
point of C.P. R., employing 200 men. The town contains, besides 
its mills and stores, five churches, large public school, town hall, 
public library and three hotels, and has electric light. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Rockdale, Cor- 
dova, Trent Bridge, Blairton, Round Lake and Victoria. 

STANDARD, weekly; T. P. Lancaster, publisher; established 
1895 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n \ 

HAWKESBURY, pop. 4,500, Co. Prescott, on Ottawa River, G.T.R. 
and C.N. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, brick- 
yard and lime kiln, lumber and pulp mills, sash and door factories. 
The town contains four churches, high, public and separate schools, 
college, customs house, public library and five hotels and has elec- 
tric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Grenville, Cassburn, Calumet, Carillon, Stonefield, 
Chute a Blondeau, Little Rideau and Stepney. 

ECHO, weekly; J. H. Laurin, publisher ; .established 1906; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n I % 

Also publishes Le Moniteur. 

LE MONITEUR, French, weekly; J. H. Laurin, pub- 
lisher ; established 1908 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 5 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ijf 

Also publishes Echo. 

HEPWORTH, pop. 500, Co. Bruce, on the G. T. Ry., 8 miles S. 
of Wiarton and 12 miles from Owen Sound; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : silica pressed brick plant, sleigh factory, furniture 
manufacturing, light, heat and power plant and cement works. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Shallow Lake, 
Allenford, Clavering and Sauble Falls. 

PROGRESS, weekly; W. R. Kinch and Co., publishers; 
established 1910; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages. 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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HESPELER, pop. 2,500, Co. Waterloo, on the River Speed, and on 
the W. G. & B. Division G. T. R., C. P. R., Electric Railway con- 
nection with Gait, 7 miles distant ; 3 miles N. of Preston, 14 miles 
E. of Kitchener; Tel. ,T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, flour 
and planing 1 mills, furniture factories, box factory, four foundries, 
granite ware factory, stock raising and farming. The town contains, 
besides its mills, stores, etc., seven churches and two hotels. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Doon, Breslau, Blair, Kossuth, Morriston, Aberfoyle and Puslinch. 

HERALD, weekly; Geo. E. Hudson, publisher; established 1895; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

HIGHGATE, pop. 650, Co. Kent, on M. C. R. and Pere Marquette 
Ry. , 40 miles S. W. of St. Thomas and 24 miles N. E. of Chatham, 
the county -seat; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: lumber 
and flour mills, sash and door factory, brick and tile yard, canning 
factory, cooperage and farming'. The town has a continuation 
school, hydro-electric light and a supply of natural gas. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Muir, Kirk, 
Palmyra. Clachan, Clearville and Turin. 

MONITOR, weekly; A. E. Colgan, publisher; established 1895; > 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
22 inches. Circ'n % 

HUNTSVILLE, pop. 2,358, Co. Muskoka, on the Muskoka River 
and Lake of Bays Chain and G. T. R., 24 miles N. of Bracebridge, 
80 miles S. of North Bay, 146 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: tannery, saw and planing mills, wood- 
working factory, sash and door factories, foundry and agriculture. 
The town contains five churches, public school and town hall. Hunts- 
ville is the great central tourist point for the whole Lake of Bays 
District. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ravenscliff, Muskoka Falls, Uffington, Novar, Utterson, 
Hillside, Baysville, Emsdale, Scotia, Kelsite, Dwight, Dorset and 
Falkenberg. .- 

FORESTER, weekly ; H. E. Rice, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 coh, 22 inches. Circ'n i 

INGERSOLL, pop. 5,500, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, G.T.R., 
C.P.R., T.L.E. & P. Ry. and W.T.V. & I. Electric Ry, ; 10 miles 
S.W. of Woodstock, 20 miles N.E. of London ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
4 Chief Industries : pork packing establishment, agricultural imple- 
ment works, piano and furniture factories, flour and planing 
mills, foundry, screw and nut works, twist mills, knitting 
factory, cheese and condensed milk factories, farming and dairy- 
ing. The town is the centre of the great dairy industry. It con- 
tains six churches and three schools, collegiate institute, a free 
library with 3,000 volumes, hall seating 450, has waterworks, elec- 
tric power, a good fire brigade and is lighted with electricity. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Dor- 
chester Station, Salford, Sweaborg, Mount Elgin, Culloden, Foldens, 
Beachville, Putnam, Thamesford and Verschoyle. 

CHRONICLE AND CANADIAN DAIRYMAN, weekly ; 
W. J. Elliott, proprietor; established 1853; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; 8 pages, 7 col., ig/4 inches. Circ'n i% 

See Advt. Page pp. 

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OXFORD TRIBUNE AND CANADA DAIRY REPORTER, \/ 
weekly ; W. R. Veale, editor and publisher ; established 1873 ; 
conservative ; Thursday; subscription Si.oo ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. C rc'n X 

IROQUOIS, pop. 849, Co. Dundas, on G. T. R. and St. Lawrence 

River, 33 miles W. of Cornwall ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- y 
tries : saw, linen .and flour mills, stave and cabinet factory, foundry, 
machine shop, dairying and farming. The town contains three 
churches, one public school, one high school and a town hall seating 
500. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Cardinal, Irene, Pittston, Dixon's Corner, Ventnor, Brinston and 
Shanly. 

ST. LAWRENCE NEWS, weekly ; R. S. Pelton, publisher ; */ 
established 1889 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n J{ 

JARVIS, pop. 485, Co. Haldimand, on G. T. R. and Wabash Ry., 
14 miles S.W. of Cayuga, 12 miles E. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grist mill, butter and pickle fac- 
tories and farming. The town contains three churches, 
a school, and a music hall seating 250. There is an 
abundance of natural gas in the neighbourhood. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Nanticoke, Varency, 
Garnet and Cheapside. 

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RECORD, weekly ; Mrs. Elva Rodgers, publisher; established 

1878; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

KEEWATIN, pop. 1,300, Kenora District, on Lake of the Woods and 
C.P.R., Fort William and Winnipeg branch, 123 miles E. of W.nni- 
peg ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, planing and tie mills, 
flour mills and boat building factory. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Busteed, Hawk Lake, Red- 
ditt and Lowthe 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; James Wydeman, publisher; established \/ 
1899; conservative ; Friday; subscription $1.50; six pages, 6 col., 
inches. , Circ'n % 



KEMPTVILLE, pop. 1,192, Co. Grenville.on the navigable branch of 
the Rideau Canal, the St. L. & O. Ry. and Ont. & Que. Div. of 
C. P. R., 24 miles N. of Prescott, 34 miles N.E. of Brockville ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : roller, saw, planing and shingle 
mills, concrete works, foundry, farm implement and stock food 
factories, dairying and farming. The town is an agricultural centre 
and contains six churches, public and high schools, three concert 
halls, public library and free reading room. It has an elevator and 
electric power plant for industries and is lighted by electricity. 
A weekly cheese board, quarterly horse fairs, agricultural and 
horticultural societies, farmers' institute and fruit growers' associ- 
ation prove the progressiveness of the people. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: South Gower, Hecks.ton, 
Oxford Mills, Bishop's Mills, North Gower, Richmond, Kars, 
Manotick, Metcalfe, Vernon, Osgoode, Ventnor, Cardinal, Oxford 
Station, Andrewsville, Newmanville, Groveton, Van Camp, Inker- 
man, North Mountain, Dalmeny, Dawson, West Osgoode, Wilson's 
Bay, Reeve Craig, Carsonby, Goodstown, Malakoff and North 
Rideau. 

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ADVANCE, weekly; Advance Printing- Co. Ltd., publishers, 'V 
C. E. Sarney, manager ; established 1855 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 19?^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 



KENORA, pop. 6,200, District of Kenora, on Lake of the Woods 
and C. P. R., 297 miles W. of Port Arthur, and 127 miles E. of Winni- 
peg', head of 300 miles of navigation and in the heart of a great 
boating, fishing and hunting- district; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour milling, fishing, lumbering, foundries, motor-boat 
building, fur-trading-, mining and farming. The town contains 
eight churches, public and high schools, public library, two hospitals, 
town hall, opera house and four hotels, and owns 6,000 h.p. water 
power plant, electric light system and waterworks system. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Reddit, Ostersund, Margach, Hawk, Hodge and Parry. 

MINER AND NEWS, semi-weekly; Miner Publishing Co., ^ 
Ltd., publishers, J. P. Earng-ey, managing- editor ; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Wednesday and Saturday; subscription $1.50; four 
to eight pages, 7 col., ig/4 inches. Circ'n i 

EXAMINER, weekly; James Wydeman, publisher; established 
1910; independent-liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ n ^ 

Also publishes Keeivatin Enterprise. 



KINCARDINE, pop. 1,956, Co. Bruce, on Lake Huron, the 
Penetang-ore River and G. T. R., 28 miles W. of Walkerton, 159 
miles W. of Toronto ; Tel.*, T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
woollen, knitting and planing mills, foundry and bridge works, 
pork factory, furniture factories, engine, brick and salt works and 
farming. The town contains five churches, higti and public schools, 
Carnegie library, customs house and a town hall seating 600. 
Kincardine is a popular summer resort, with fine beach, golf links, 
bowling green, parks and race course. Surrounding- towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Holyrood, Kinlough, 
Riversdale, Millarton, Kinloss, Bervie, Amberley, Pine River, 
Armow, Underwood and Glamis. 

REPORTER, weekly; J. J. Hunter, editor and publisher 
established 1866; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pag-es, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

REVIEW, weekly ; Hugh Clark, editor and publisher ; established 
1863; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 3i)^ inches. Circ'n i# 

See Advt. Page 114. 



KINGSTON, pop. 23,700, Co. Frontenac, at foot of Lake Ontario and 
at. the head of St. Lawrence River, at junction with Rideau Canal 
System, on G. T. R., C. P. R. and C. N. R., 50 miles E. of 
Belleville, 172 miles S. W. of Montreal and 115 miles S. W. of 
Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : locomotives, 
engine shops, ship-building, motor-boat and marine efig-ine build- 
ing, quarries, cotton and hosiery, sash and door and piano 
factories, grain elevators, tannery, lead and iron smelters, 

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dairying: and farming. The town contains Anglican and Roman 
Catholic cathedrals, several well-built churches, excellent public 
buildings, schools and colleges, among which "Queen's" stands 
foremost, making it an educational city. Has government dry dock, 
three large elevators and splendid fleet of river steamers. The 
celebrated Royal Military College and "A" and"B" batteries of 
artillery are stationed here, and the Provincial Penitentiary is at 
the outskirts of the city. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Barriefield, Harrowsmith, Westbrook, 
Seeley's Bay, Camden East, Cape Vincent, Cataraqui, Collins Bay, 
Inverary, Odessa, Marysville, Elginburg, Bath, Battersea and 
Sydenham. 

BRITISH WHIG, every evening except Sunday ; British Whig 
Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers; Leman A. Guild, managing director 
and editor; established 1849; independent-liberal; subscription $6.00; 
twelve to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,866f 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1834 ; Monday and Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2O)4 inches. 

Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,O85f 

Advl. Only A. B.C. paper in Kingston. "There's a Reason." January A. B.C. 
average, net press run, Daily, 6,153; Weekly, 4,135- See Advt. Page 40. 

STAN DARD, every evening except Sunday ; Standard Printing 
and Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers, W. R. Givens, managing 
director and editor; established 1810; independent unionist ; 
subscription $6.00 ; twelve to twenty pages, 7 col., 20 }4 in. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,948* 

SEMI-WEEKLY, Monday and Thursday; subscription Si.oo ; 
eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 2 

Advt. The Standard is generally recognized as one of the most influential news- 
papers in Eastern Ontario and as a leader in civic reforms and improvements. It is 
conducted on dean, conservative lines, and is essentially a home newspaper, studiously 
avoidinR all sensational or prurient details. There is not a single advertiser of promi- 
nence in the city who does not use The Standard's advertising columns. See Advt. 
Page 4%- 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY JOURNAL, semi-weekly during 
Academic Year ; Alma Mater Society of Queen's University, 
publishers ; established 1873 ; college ; Tuesday and Friday ; 
last forms close Monday and Thursday; subscription $1.25; six 
pages, 4 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CANADIAN FREEMAN, weekly; Rev. D. A. Casey, editor, 
Canadian Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; established 1884; 
religious, Roman Catholic ; Thursday ; last forms close Tuesday 
morning ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4.OOO 

CANADIAN, English and French, monthly ; The British Whig 
Press, publishers, for C.M.B.A. ; established 1894; brotherhood; 
subscription 50 cents ; eight to twelve pages, 4 col., 11?^ inches. 

Circ'n 1 1 j^ 

QUEEN'S QUARTERLY, quarterly; Committee of University 
Staff, publishers ; established 1893 ; university ; last forms close 2oth 
of month previous ; subscription $1.00; one hundred and thirty-five 
pages, i wide col., 7 inches. Circ'n ^ 

KINGSVILLE, pop. 1,800, Co. Essex, 28 miles S.E. of Sandwich and 
eight miles W. of Leamington, on Pdre Marquette Railway and W. 
E. & L. S. Electric Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
saw, flour, woollen and planing mills, foundry, stove, tobacco 
and canning factories and farming. The town contains three 
churches, public library, a school and opera house and has natural 
gas. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Ruthven 
and Cottam. 

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REPORTER, weekly; W. H. Hellems, editor and publisher; J 
established 1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 479 

KITCHENER, pop. 20,000, Co. Waterloo, on G. T. R. and 
C. P. R. , 62 miles W. of Toronto, connected with Water- 
loo, Gait and Preston by Electric Railway ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : shirts, collars, suspenders, buttons, 
furniture, clock, boot and shoe, felt, felt footwear, piano and organ 
manufactories, automobile tire factory, tanneries, foundries, grist, saw 
and planing mills, beet sugar refinery, four rubber footwear factories, 
gas engine and motor works. The town contains three wholesale 
houses, twenty churches, R. C. College, high, public and separate 
schools and a public library. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : New Dundee, Baden, Blair, 
Freeport, Bloomingdale, Doon, Hawksville, St. Jacobs, Petersburg, 
Mannheim, Breslau, Bridgeport, Heidelburg, Winterbourne and 
New Germany. 

NEWS RECORD, every evening except Sunday; News Record 
Ltd.,- publishers ; W. V. Uhley, manager and editor ; established 
1878 ; conservative ; subscription $5.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 
7 col., 21 % inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,371f 

See Advt. Page 66. 

TELEGRAPH, every evening except Sunday ; David Bean and 
Sons, Ltd., publishers ; D. A. Bean, manager ; established 1896 ; 
liberal; subscription $5.00; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Also publish Waterloo Chronicle-Telegraph. Circ'n 2^ 





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T Advt. The Kitchener Telegraph and the Waterloo Chronicle-Telegraph (weekly) 
are the only Liberal newspapers in Waterloo County. They coyer the industrial 
districts of Kitchener and Waterloo and the prosperous surrounding rural districts, 
with combined circulation the largest in Waterloo County. They lead in local 
advertising, and advertisers desiring to cover this field cannot afford to leave these 
strong local mediums out of their campaign. See Advt. Page 117. 

ONTARIO JOURNAL, weekly; Rittinger & Motz, Limited, 
publishers ; established 1859 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; eight or more pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept.. 30, 1918, 3,23O* 

See Advt. Page 100. 

ST. JEROME'S SCHOOLMAN, 4 times during academic 
year ; students of St. Jerome College, publishers ; established 
1896 ; college ; December, February, April and June ; subscription 
$2.00 ; one hundred and twenty pages, i col., 12 inches. Circ'n ^ 

LAKEFIELD, pop. 1,397, Co - Peterboro, on the Trent Valley Canal 
and G.T.R., 9 miles N. of Peterboro; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing and flour mills, a canoe factory, cement 
works and extensive granite quarries. The town contains five 
churches, a public school and town hall, and has steamboat con- 
nection with adjoining towns. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Nasseau, Apsley, Lakehurst, Sel- 
wyn, Warsaw, Bridgenorth, Blairton and Ennismore. 

NEWS, weekly; J. W. Ridpath, publisher; established 1892; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. Circ'n % 

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LANARK, pop. 737, Co. Lanark, on the River Clyde, n miles N.W. of 
Perth, 18 miles S. W. of Carleton Place, 46 miles S. W. of Ottawa ; Tel., 
T., Bank. Chief Industries: woollen factory, roller grist mill, 
saw and planing- mills, two cheese factories, collection of forest 
seeds, cultivation of ginseng, dairying and farming. The town 
contains six churches, public school, town hall and public library. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Brightside, Galbraith, Fallbrook, Balderson, Prestonvale, Poland, 
Playfair, MacDonald's Corners, Ferguson Falls, Herron's Mills, 
Hopetown, Middleville, Watson's Corners and Rosetta. 

ERA, weekly; Wm. H. McFarlane, proprietor; established 1895; *v 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
'9/4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,535 

LEAMINGTON, pop. 3,200, Co. Essex, on Pere Marquette Ry. and 
M.C.R., 42 miles S.W. of Chatham and 38 miles S.E. of Windsor; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: tobacco raising and 
manufacturing, flour, saw and planing- mills, cement works, can- 
ning, pickle and catsup factories, handle and basket factories, fruit 
growing and farming. The town contains seven churches, public and 
high schools and has good steamboat service. It is in one of the best 
fruit, vegetable and tobacco growing sections in Canada. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Ruthven, 
Goldsmith, Blythewood, Romney and Staples. 

POST AND NEWS, weekly; Post Printing Co. Ltd., publish- 
ers ; established 1874; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,O5O 
See Advt. Page 101 

LINDSAY, pop. 8,300, Co. Victoria, on Scugog River, a link in the 
Kawartha Lakes chain, on G.T.R. and C. P.R., 78 miles S.E. of 
Georgian Bay, 69 miles N. E. of Toronto, and 24 miles W. of 
Peterboro'; divisional point of G.T.R. with shops, etc. ; Tel.,T.,Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : Dominion arsenal employing 2500 hands, 
flour, oatmeal, woollen, saw, planing and kmtting mills, tannery, 
agricultural implement, turbine water wheel, saw mill machinery, 
carriage and waggon factories, automobile body and spun brass 
works, office fittings factory, lumbering, poultry packing, lacteal food 
and cold storage plants and farming. The town contains six fine 
churches, a collegiate institute, chemical works, separate schools, con- 
vent, opera house seating 800, hospital, house of refuge, town hall, a 
public library of 6,000 volumes, ten miles of permanent paving and a 
fire department. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Dunsford, Sturgeon Point, Downeyville, Oakwood, 
Cambray, Cameron, Reaboro, Janetville, Kinmount, Coboconk, 
Grasshill, Manilla, Little Britain, Nestleton, Haliburton, Victoria 
Road and Kirkfield. 

POST, every evening except Sunday ; Wilson & Wilson, pub- 
lishers ; established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 by mail, $4.00 
in city ; six to twelve pages, 7 col., 2O# inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,164* 

WEEKLY, established 1854; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
to twelve pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n \% 

See Advt. Page 6g. 

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WARDER, every evening except Sunday ; Watchman-Warder 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1908 ; conservative ; subscription $4.00 ; 
four to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1918, 

WEEKLY (Watchman-Warder); established 1859 ; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50; .eight to twelve pages, 7 col., ^\ l/ ^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 109. 

LISTOWEL, pop. 2,300, Co. Perth, on the MaitlandRiver, G.T.R.and 
C.P.R., 27 miles N. of Stratford, 80 miles N.W. of Toronto; Tel.,T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : knitting, planing, saw and flour mills,' 
foundry, furniture, chair, piano and vinegar factories and farming, 
and is the centre of one of the 'leading dairy sections in Western 
Ontario. The town contains seven churches, high and public schools, 
public library of 4,000 volumes, a public hall seating 800, a fire 
department and is lighted with hydro electricity. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Trowbridge, 
Molesworth, Moorefield, Tyrone, Britton, Millbank, Newton, Carth- 
age, Dorking, Hesson, Shipley, Donegal, Kurtzville, Gowanstown, 
Newbridge and Wyandotte. 

BANNER, weekly; Banner Publishing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1866; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i % , 

STANDARD, weekly; Standard Printing Co., publishers; ^/ 
established 1877; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 21% inches. Circ'n i% 

LITTLE CURRENT, pop. 1,400, Grand Manitoulin Island, District 
of Algoma, on the North Shore Channel of Georgian Ray and ter- 
minus of Algoma Eastern Ry., 80 miles W. ofSudbury; Tel., T., Ex.; 
Bank. Chief Industries: farming, mining, saw and planing mills and 
lumbering. The town contains four churches and a school of five 
divisions, and has good steamboat connection during navigation. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Manitowaning, Sandfield Mills, Kagawong, Michael's Bay, 
Providence Bay, Killarney, Honora, Shequindah, Mindemoya and 
Spanish River. 

MANITOULIN EXPOSITOR, weekly ; W. Moore, publisher ; V 
established 1879; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n *4 

See Advt. Page 105 

LONDON, pop, 60,000, Co. Middlesex, on River Thames, C.P.R., 
G.T.R.,S.W. Traction Co. Ry.,and London and Port Stanley Ry., 
454 miles from Montreal, 115 miles S.W. of Toronto, 76 miles S.W. 
of Hamilton, 120 miles N.E. of Detroit; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: agricultural implements, printing and lithographing, tan- 
ning, car, engine and boiler shops, foundries, brick and tile works, 
furniture, carriage, glass and nail works, rolling mills, canning and 
evaporating, sash and door, biscuit, breakfast food, confectionery, 
cigar, tinware, stove and boot and shoe factories. The city 
contains some fine churches and public buildings, good public, 
normal and separate schools, Western University, two hospitals, 
city hall, electric railway and radial road and water works. 
It is also a military post, and has a provincial lunatic 
asylum. The city is the business centre of one of the most fertile 
and wealthy sections of Ontario or of the Dominion. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Appin, 
Arva, Clandeboye, Delaware, Dorchester, Glanworth, Lambeth, 
Nilestown and Thorndale. 

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ADVERTISER, every morning:, noon and evening except Sun- 
day ; London Advertiser Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1863 ; 
liberal ; subscription $4.00 by mail, $6.00 in city ; ten to twenty-four 
pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 44,O32*t 

FREE PRESS, every morning, noon and evening except Sun- 
day ; London Free Press Ptg. Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 
1849; independent-conservative; subscription, $4.00 by mail, $6.00 
in city ; ten to twenty-four pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 41,127*t 

CATHOLIC RECORD, weekly; Estate of Thos. Coffey, pub- 
lishers ; established 1878; religious, Roman Catholic; Saturday; 
last forms close Saturday previous; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 31,155* 

See Advt. Page 82 

ECHO, weekly ; A. Talbot & Co. publishers ; established 1879 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; last forms close Wednesday 4 p.m ; sub- 
scription 50 cents by mail, city distribution free ; eight to twelve 
pages, 8 col., 21 inches. (Circ'n 10, distributed free) 

FARMERS' ADVOCATE AND HOME MAGAZINE, weekly; 
The William Weld Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1866 ; agricul- 
tural ; Thursday; last forms close Saturday; subscription $1.50; 
forty pages up, 4 col., 12^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to June 30, 1918, 3O,826f 
See Advt. Page 138. 

CANADIAN WHITE RIBBON TIDINGS, monthly; Official 
Organ of Ontario W.C.T.U., published for the Society by Adver- 
tiser Job Printing Co. ; established 1904; temperance; ist of month; 
last forms close 28th of month ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty-four 
pages, 3 col., n inches. Circ'n 9 

CANADIAN WOODMAN, monthly; Advertiser Job Printing 

Co., publishers; established 1893; official organ of Order of Can. 

Woodmen; 2oth of month; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 4 col., 
13^ inches. Circ'n 6j^ 

L'ORIGNAL, pop. 1,500, Co. Prescott, on the Ottawa River and 
C.N.R., 48 miles E. of Ottawa, 42 miles N. of Cornwall ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: saw and flour mills, cheese factory 
and lumbering. The town contains four churches and schools, 
etc. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Fournier, 
Grenville, Plantagenet, Riceville and Alfred. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; B. R. Poulin, publisher; established 
1888; liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 6 col., 
\9% inches. Circ'n 

LUCAN, pop. 709, Co. Middlesex, on G.T.R., 60 miles S. E. of 
Sarnia, 108 miles S. W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing and woollen mills, fruit growing and 
evaporating and farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Lucan's Crossing and Granton. , 

SUN, weekly; W. Sovereign, publisher; established 1895; inde- ./ 
pendent: Thursday; subscription 75 cents; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n ', 

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LUCKNOW, pop. 967, Co. Bruce, on Nine Mile Creek and G.T.R., 
21 miles S.W. of Walkerton, 22 miles N.E. of Goderich; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, woollen and saw mills, furni- 
ture factories, tannery and carriage factory and farming 1 . The 
town contains four churches, public and high schools and a 
town hall and has waterworks and electric lighting. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Kinloss, Lang- 
side, St. Helens, Whitechurch and Holywood. 

SENTINEL, weekly; A. D. Mackenzie, proprietor and editor; V 
established 1 873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,315 

See Advt. Page 100. 



MADOO, pop. 1,200, Co. Hastings, on Deer Creek and G.T.R., 28 
miles N.W. of Belleville; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: ' 
flour, saw, woollen and planing mills, tannery and large marble 
quarries, talc, iron and gold mines and mixed farming. The town 
contains five churches, public and high schools, town hall and has 
its own electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Bridgewater, Cooper, Eldorado, Crook- 
ston, Queensboro', Bannockburn and Millbridge. 

REVIEW, weekly; A. H. Watson, publisher; established i877;inde- 
pendent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n i 



MARKDALE S pop. 925, Co. Grey, on the Saugeen River andC.P.R., 
30 miles S.E. of Owen Sound, 92 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming, dairying, sash and door 
factory, flour and saw mills, etc. The town contains four 
churches, two hotels, public and high schools, public hall, county 
house of refuge, County Dept. of Agriculture, armouries, Carnegie 
library, hydro-electric power and light, grain elevators, besides 
several good stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Kimberley, Eugenia, Princeville, Walters' 
Falls and Holland Centre. / 

STANDARD, weekly ; C. W. Rutledge, publisher ; established V 
1875; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n itf 



MARKHAM, pop. 1,000, Co. York, on the River Rouge and G.T.R., 
22 miles N.E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : carriage factories, shoe factory, cereal mills, flour and saw 
mills and farming. It contains six churches, high and public schools, 
public library and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Cedar Grove, Malvern, Agincourt, 
Locust Hill, Ringwood, Milliken, Woburn, Green River, Mount Joy, 
Box Grove, Whitevale and Brougham. 

ECONOMIST AND SUN, weekly; Corson & Son, publishers ^ 
and editors ; established 1856 ; independent; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,125 
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MARMORA, pop. 915, Co. Hastings, on Crowe River and on the 
Central Ontario Ry., 41 miles E. of Peterborough, 32 miles N.N.W. 
of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, grist 
and planing mills, woollen factory, gold and iron mines, dairying 
and farming. It is the centre of the mining district including Cor- 
dova, Canadia Gold Fields, Atlas Arsenic and Gawley Gold mines 
and many others. The town contains, besides its stores and fac- 
tories, four churches, public and separate schools, town hall, three 
hotels and has electric light. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Malone, Eldorado, Deloro, Bellview, Iron 
Mine, Blairton and Ivanhoe. 

HERALD, weekly; Howard W. Sabine, publisher; established 
1895 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., ig^4 inches. Circ'n ^ 



MEAFORD, pop. 3,000, Co. Grey, on Georgian Bay and G.T.R., 18 
miles N.E. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
planing, flour and woollen mills, foundries, furniture and flooring fac- 
tories, grain elevator, ship building, fishing and farming. The town 
contains six churches, public and high schools, public library, town 
hall, hotels, several good stores, etc., and has well-kept streets, 
good water supply and an excellent harbor with steamboat service 
during navigation. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Woodford, Morley, Rocklyn, Walter's Falls 
and Griersville. 

EXPRESS, weekly; F. E. Secord, publisher ; established 1906; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n 1 / 

MIRROR, weekly; Jas. Patterson & Son, publishers; established 
1882; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MONITOR, weekly ; T. C. Dean, publisher ; established ^ 
1868; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 cols., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % 

MERLIN, pop. 500, Co. Kent, on Pere Marquette Ry., 3 miles from 
Lake Erie, 16 miles S.W. of Chatham, the county seat; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour and saw mills, canning factory, 
brick and tile plant, cement block plant, electric light plant, 
creamery and mixed farming. The town contains several churches 
and public schools, and is in the center of the oil and gas field. 
Surrounding villages where no paper* are published : Buxton, 
Glenwood, Stewart, Charing Cross, Fletcher, Cedar Springs and 
Fargo. 

STANDARD, weekly; W. W. Marshall, publisher; established I/ 
1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n '$ 

M ERRIGKVILLE, pop. 993, Co. Grenville and South Lanark, on 
the Rideau River and Canal, and C. P. Ry., 14 miles W. of Kempt- 
ville, 9 miles E. of Smith's Falls; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : stove and plow factories, flour and saw mills. The town 
contains four churches, public school, public library, armoury, 
and two halls. It has excellent water power and electric current 
is available for any industry at very low rates. The Ottawa and 
Kingston Electric Ry. have surveyed fora road thrqugh the town. 

POST, weeWjt^. Ernest V. Barber, publisher; established 1915; U\ 
independent; Wednes4^V ; subscription $1.50; eight/Jages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % ,/yb 

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MIDLAND, pop. 6,400, Co. Simcoe, on the Georgian Bay and G. T. 
R., 32 miles N. of Barrie, 33 miles N.W. of Orillia ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : saw, shingle, flour, woollen and planing 
mills, foundry, blast furnace, three grain elevators and mixed farm- 
ing. It contains five churches, three public schools and a high 
school, a public hall and a free library. The town has hydro-electric 
power, a water works system, fire engine and volunteer fire brigade. 
It has also an excellent harbor and handles a large amount of 
grain. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Byng Inlet, French River, Algoma Mills, Wye Bridge, 
Vasey, Port McNicol, Fesserton, Randolph, Waubaushene and 
Waverley. 

ARGUS, weekly ; W. G. Cave, publisher ; established 1889; con- 
servative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page no. 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; Free Press, Limited, publishers; 
established 1882; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1% 



MIL.DIV1AY, pop. 900, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River and on 
the G.T.R., 7 miles S. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grist and saw mills, furniture and sash and door factories, 
foundry, dairying and farming. The town contains, besides its 
mills and factories, five churches, school, stores, etc. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Formosa, 
Cargill and Deemerton. 

GAZETTE, weekly; J. A. Johnston, publisher; established 
1893; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 



MILLBROOK, pop. 793, Co. Durham, on G.T.R., 18 miles N.W. 
of Port Hope, 13 miles S.W. of Peterboro, 24 miles S. E. of Lind- 
say; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour, woollen, 
planing, saw and grist mills, foundry, steam pump and veneer 
factory and farming. It has three churches, two public schools, 
town hall, covered curling rink, good electric light plant and fire hall. 
In the neighbourhood are about 40 artesian wells, supplying re- 
markably healthful water. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Ida, Glamorgan, Ballyduff, Pontypool, 
Bethany, Caven, Mount Pleasant, Garden Hill, Bewdly, Bailieboro 
and South Monaghan. 

MILLBROOK AND OMEMEE MIRROR, weekly; Chas. ' 
W. Richards, editor and publisher ; established 1887 ; independent ; 
Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 7 col., 21$ inches. Circ'n ^ 

REPORTER, v/eekly; A. Given, publisher, W. S. Given, editor; 
established 1858 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n i 

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MILTON, pop. 2,009, Co. Halton, on Sixteen Mile Creek, G.T.R. 
and C.P-R., 33 miles S.W. of Toronto, 21 miles N. of Hamilton, 
and .25 miles E. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : foundries, sash, door, screw, nail and rivet, shoe, textile and 
carpet factories, terra cotta and pressed brick works, lime kilns and 
sandstone quarries, machine shops, flour mills, creamery and mixed 
farming. The town contains four churches, public schools, public 
library, town hall, county court house, jail, armoury and drill hall, 
and has first class gravitation water works and fire protection. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Lowvillf, Stewarton, Omagh, Boyne, Palermo, Hornby, Tansley, 
Zimmerman, Campbellville and Kilbride. \ 

CANADIAN CHAMPION, weekly; Wm. Panton, editor and 
publisher; established 1860 ; independent; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, 8 col., 23 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,O3O 
$ Advt. Page 96. ]f 

REFORMER, weekly; Richard White, editor and publisher; 
established 1885; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n ^ 

MILVERTON, pop. 826, Co. Perth, on G.T.R. and on Guelph- 
Goderich branch of C.P.R., 17 miles N. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : furniture and cooperage shops, saw, 
flour and grist mills, tannery, felt shoe factory, planing mill and box 
factory and farming. The town contains five churches, Carnegie 
library, public building and a public school. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Brunner, Millbank, New- 
ton, Poole, Linwood, Carthage, Burns, Donegal, Gadshill and 
Rostock. \ 

SUN, weekly ; Malcolm MacBeth, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1891; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Circ'n 2 

Also publishes Monkton Times. 

Ml N DEN, pop. 300, Co. Haliburton, on Gull River, 7 miles N.W. of 
Gelert Station, on G.T.R., 43 miles N. of Lindsay ; Tel., T., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw, flour, oatmeal an<J ' woollen mills, 
farming and lumbering. The village contains three churches, 
public school, public library, and three hotels. Adjacent 
are beautiful lakes, summer cottages, forests and streams 
abounding with fish and game. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published ; Coboconk, Kinmount, Haliburton, 
Gooderham and Ingoldsby. [/ 

ECHO, weekly; R. H. Baker, publisher; established 1882 ; in- 
dependent-conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. 

Circ'n 2 

MITCHELL, pop. 1,766, Co. Perth, on Thames River and G.T.R., 
12 miles N.W. of Stratford; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour, flax, hosiery, woollen, saw and planing mills, engine 
and bridge steel works, foundry and other manufactories. The 
town contains five churches, high and public schools, town hall, 
opera house, Carnegie library, etc. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dublin, Bornholm, Russeldale, 
Brodhagen, Staffa, Cromarty, Sebringville, Carlingford and Fullar- 
ton. 

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ADVOCATE, weekly; H. D. Davis, publishers; established 1860 ; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pag-es, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n 2 

RECORDER, weekly; Wm. Elliot, publisher; established 1877; ^/ 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n i 

MONKTON, pop. 400, Co. Perth, on C.P.R., 12 miles S.W. of 
Listowel, 30 miles S.E. of Goderich, 17 miles N.W. of Stratford ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries; two large brick factories, 
saw and planing mill, cheese factory, carriage shop and farming. 
The town contains three churches, public school and public library, 
and is situated in a splendid dairying and stock-raising section. 

TIMES, weekly; Malcolm MacBeth, publisher; established y 
1907; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 
col., 22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Milverton Sun. 

MORRISBURG, pop. 1,696, Co. Dundas, on St. Lawrence River, 
at foot of Morrisburg Canal, and G.T.R., 27 miles W. of Cornwall ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: implement works, tinplate 
and sheet steel works,' stove foundry, flour, saw and planing mills, 
farming and dairying. The town contains five churches, two schools, 
a public hall, public library, and owns its own waterworks, electric 
light and power system. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Dunbar, Morewood, Williamsburg, Aultsville, 
Bouck's Hill, Van Camp, Hallville, Wales, Dundela, Rowena and 
Winchester Springs. 

LEADER, weekly; Leader Pub. Co. Ltd., publishers, Leo. Laurin, 
editor and manager; established 1889 ; independent; Friday; 
subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19.^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

MOUNT FOREST, pop. 2,000, Co. Wellington, on the Saugeen 
River, G. T. R. and C. P. R., 40 miles N. W. of Guelph, 40 miles S. 
of Owen Sound and 87 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, woollen, saw and planing mills, casket, 
carriage, threshing machine and furniture factories, dairying and 
mixed farming. The town contains five churches, high, public and 
separate schools, business college, public library, town hall muni- 
cipal water and hydro-electric lighting system. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Holstein, 
Dromore, Varney, Kenilworth, Conn, Cedarville, Drew, Farewell 
and Yeovil. / 

CONFEDERATE AND REPRESENTATIVE, weekly; A. V 
W. Wright, editor and publisher ; established 1867 ; independent; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

Circ'n 1% 

NAPANEE, pop. 3,000, Co. Lennox, on Napanee River, G.T.R., 
C. N. R. and Bay ofQuinte Ry., 25 miles E- of Belleville, 25 miles W. of 
Kingston ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : foundries, iron 
works, paper, woollen and saw mills, cheese, butter, canning, 
cement brick and block, mining machinery and carriage 
factories and dairy farming. The town contains six churches, two 
schools, collegiate institute, public library, good opera house, is 
lighted by gas and electricity, and has an abundant water supply. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Odessa, Bath, Selby, Ernestown, Newburgh, Lonsdale, Camden 
East, Moscow, Colebrook, Erinsville, Marlbank, Tamw^orth, Freder- 
icksburg, Deseronto Jet., Strathcona, Enterprise, Wilton, Roblin, 
Yarker and Marysville. 

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BEAVER, weekly; Templeton & Son, publishers; established / 
1870 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 
col., 21 # inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,463* 

EXPRESS, weekly; E. J. Pollard, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1851 ; liberal; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
22 inches. 



NEWCASTLE, pop. 655, Co. Durham, on the G.T.R., 49 miles 
E. of Toronto, 14 miles W. of Port Hope; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming', fn.it growing, barrel factory, apple eva- 
porator and flour mills. The town contains, besides its mills, four 
churches, public school, village hall and two hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Clarke, 
Newtonville and Welcome. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; L. B. Davidson, publisher; estab- I/ 
lished 1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 



NEW HAMBURG, pop. 1,600, Co. Waterloo, on the River Nith 
and G.T.R., 14 miles W. of Kitchener and 75 miles W. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, dairying, traction 
engine and thresher works, felt shoe factory, shirt and collar factory, 
pottery, brass, furniture and trimmings works, iron stamping and 
wagon works, flour, planing and saw mills, silverware factory, 
brewery, carriage works, brick and tile yard. The town contains 
six churches, public and high schools, free library, public hall, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Baden, St. Agatha, Lisbon, Phillipsburg, New Dundee, Shakespeare, 
Bright, Petersburg and Haysville. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; Daniel Ritz, publisher; estab- 
lished 1879; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 



NEW LISKEARD, pop. 2,108, District of Temiskaming, on Temis- 
kaming Lake and Wabi River, and T. & N.O. Ry. ; connection with 
C. P. R. by boat ; 339 miles N. of Toronto, 10 miles from Cobalt, and 
one day's trip from Porcupine Gold Regions ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : mining, lumbering and farming, planing 
and saw mills, cement block factory, brick making and 
foundry work. The town is connected with Cobalt and Haileybury by 
electric carservice. It contains sixchurches, public and high schools, 
free library, two hotels, hospital and departmental stores. It is 
lighted by electricity, and has water works and sewerage systems. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Uno Park, Thornloe, McCool, Kenabeek and Earlton Juncton. 

SPEAKER, weekly; Stephenson & Son, publishers; established 
1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight to ten 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n itf 

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NEWMARKET, pop. 3,500, Co. York, on Newmarket Canal, G.T.R. 
and Toronto & York Radial Ry., 34 miles N. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : manufacturing pails, tubs and all kinds 
of wooden ware, school desks, office furniture, tannery, flour mill, 
foundry and farming". The town contains seven churches, public 
and high schools, public library, town hall, Oddfellows' hall, army 
barracks, electric light, water works and fire department. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Ravenshoe, 
Holt, Kettleby, Schomberg, Glenville, .Pine Orchard, Keswick, 
Mount Albert, Queensville, Sharon, Holland Landing, Roach's Point, 
Belhaven, Sutton and Baldwin. ^/ 

ERA, weekly; L. G. Jackson, editorand publisher; established 1852; 
liberal; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2i* inches. 
Sworn" Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, I,7t37* 
See Advt. Page 98. * 

EXPRESS - HERALD, weekly; J. F. Harvey, publisher; 
established 1895 ; independent-conservative ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n -' 4 

CHRISTIAN VANGUARD, semi-monthly; Ontario Christian 
Conference, publishers ; J. N. Dales, editor ; established 1892 ; 
religious, non-sectarian ; alternate Saturdays ; subscription 75 cents ; 
eight pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n ^ 



NIAGARA FALLS, pop. 15,000, Co. Welland, on the Niagara 
River, 2 miles below the Falls, and on C.P.R., G.T.R., M.C.R., 
Wabash, Erie, N.S. & T., T.H. & B. and New York Central Ry. ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Thousands of tourists .pass through here on 
the way to the Falls. Chief Industries: tie, hat and suspender factor- 
ies, metal works, foundries, G.T.R. locomotive shops, pickle factory, 
shredded wheat mill, canning factory, three silver works, graphite, 
essential oils and fine chemicals manufactories, railway frogs and 
switches, hoists and cranes, corrugated paper, sanitary cans, tools, 
bathroom fixtures, carriage mountings, carpet sweepers, corsets, 
rubber tires and chemical fertilizers. The city contains fourteen 
churches, public and separate schools, collegiate institute, hotels and 
general stores, public library, armoury, Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., 
city hall, electric light, fire department, street railway and two electric 
railways. A steel cantilever bridge and two steel arch bridges span 
the river at this point. Niagara Falls has the greatest electric power 
development in the world, and is rapidly becoming an industrial hive. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Queenston, Chippawa, St. Davids, Niagara Falls South and Stamford. 

REVIEW (with which is incorporated Niagara Fulls Record}, 
every evening except Sunday ; F. H. Leslie, Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1879; independent - liberal ; subscription $5.00; six 
to twelve pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3 

See Advt. Page 98. 

LA LUCE, Italian, monthly ; Rev. Jos. M. Garbellano, publisher; 
established 19(4 ; religious ; 2Oth 01 month; subscription 50 cents; 
sixteen pages, 2 col., 8}4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,800 
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NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, pop. winter, 2,000; summer, 4,000; 
Co. Lincoln, on Lake Ontario and the Niagara River, and the M.C.R. 
and N.S. & T. Rys., 12 miles N.E. of St. Catherines, 12 miles N. of 
Niagara Falls, 34 miles N.W. of Buffalo, and 30 miles S. of Toronto; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: fruit and vegetable growing 
and canning factories. The town is known chiefly as a summer 
resort and the international golf <*nd tennis tournaments are held > 
here each year. It has a town hall, court house, public library, 
high and public schools and excellent hotel accommodation. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published; 
Cjueenston, Virgil, Homer, St. David's, Port Dalhousie and 
Merritton. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Harrison & Millar, publishers; established \/ 
1919; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight to ten pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 



NORTH BAY, pop. 10,240, District of Nipissing, on G. T. R. and 
C. P. R., and terminal of T. & N. O. Ry., and main line of C. N. R. 
Transcontinental, and on the shore of Lake Nipissing, 240 miles 
\. W. of Ottawa and 225 miles N. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : mining, smelting, saw mills, agriculture, C. P. R. 
divisional shops and T. & N. O. Ry. main shops. The town 
contains nine churches, public, separate, normal and collegiate 
schools. It is a very .important railway centre, and the gateway 
to the Cobalt district. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Callandar, Malta wa, Cache Bay, Sturgeon 
Falls Trout Mills, Trout Creek, Bonfield, Verner and Warren. 

DESPATCH AND TRIBUNE, weekly; Geo. H. Newton, 
publisher ; established 1892 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

TIMES, weekly; Norman Phelps, editor and publisher; established \. 

1885 ; reform-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription. $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n jf 

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NORWICH, pop. 1,450, Co. Oxford, on the Otter Creek and G.T. 
R., 17 miles S.E. of Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: broom factory, cider and vinegar works, saw, flour and 
planing mills, Borden milk condensery and farming. The town 
contains five churches, public schools, library, town hall, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Mount Elgin, Newark, Ranelagh, Scotland and Harley. 

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GAZETTE, weekly; J. S. Winterburn, editor and publisher; 
established 1881 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

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NORWOOD, pop. 945, Co. Peterboro', on the River Ouse and C. 
P. R., 18 miles E. of Peterboro'; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries : machine shops, flour and saw mills, butter and cheese, 
veneering-, heading-, cheese-box, hub, spoke and handle factories and 
farming. The town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
county office of Ontario Dept. of Agriculture, armouries and a 
garage. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Westwood, Trent Bridge, Clarina, Keene, Villiers, 
Blairton, Hastings and Warsaw. 

REGISTER, weekly ; J. G. Keefer & Son, publishers ; establish- ^ 
ed 1870; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 17^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 84O 

OAKVILLE, pop. 3,000, Co. Halton, .on Sixteen Mile Creek, Lake 
Ontario, G. T. R. and C. P. R., 16 miles S. E. of Milton, 21 1 / 2 miles 
S.W. of Toronto ; electric railway connection with Hamilton, 18 
miles west; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, fruit- 
growing, carriage building, tanneries, basket factory, sash and door 
factory and ship building. The town contains four churches, high, 
separate and public schools, masonic and oddfellows' halls, public 
library of 5,000 volumes, good harbor and lighthouse. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Bronte, Palermo, 

Trafalgar, Sheridan and Clarkson. 

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N EWS, weekly ; G. G. Mitchell, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1907; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 19 inches. Circ'n % , 

RECORD, weekly ; W.J. Fleuty, publisher; established 1899; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription Si.oo ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

STAR, weekly; A. S. Forster, publisher: established 1883; inde- 
pendent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

ORANGE. VI LLE, pop. 2,400, Co. Dufferin, on River Credit and 
C. P. R., 45 miles N.W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, knitting, saw and planing mills and limestone 
quarries. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools, public library, three society halls, town hall, hospital, court 
house, water works, fire department and hydro-electric light and 
power. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Mono Mills, Alton, Charleston, Mono Road, Cataract, 
Caledon, Palgrave, Caledon East, Waldemar, Laurel, Hockley, 
Camilla and Mono Centre. 

BANNER, weekly; McGuire & McKitrick, publishers; estab- 
lished 1893; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,528* 
See Advt. Page 109. 

DUFFERIN POS"tywekly ; Vance A. Statia, editor and 

publisher ; established^roT^^i conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pags, 7 coh^^X inches. Circ'n i% 



SUN, weekly; John Foley, editor and publisher; established /' 
1860; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 

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ORILLIA, pop. 8,952, Co. Simcoe, on Lakes Simcoe and Couchiching 
and Trent Valley Canal, C.P.R., C.N.R. and G.T.R., Junction ot 
Midland and Northern Divisions, 86 miles N. of Toronto, 40 miles 
west of Lindsay, 34 miles east of Midland ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries: planing mills, tannery, foundries, wood specialties, 
veneer, sash and door, furniture, clothing-, agricultural implement, 
lock, barrel, stove, wrought iron wheel, automobile, wagon and 
carriage factories, flour mills and molybdenum smelter. The own 
contains five churches, collegiate institute, public and separate 
schools, Carnegie library, hospital for the feeble minded, Y.M.C.A., 
public hall, municipally-owned water, sewerage and electric light 
and power plants, and 25 miles oi cement sidewalks. It is a popular 
summer resort, has a beautiful park at Couchiching Beach, and 
during the season entertains a great many tourists. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Atherley, 
Washago, Hawkestone, Brechin, Uptergrove, Jarratt, Longford 
and Waubaushene. 

NEWS-LETTER, weekly ; Curran Bros., editors and publish- 
ers; established 1884; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 2) 

PACKET, weekly ; Hale Bros., editors and publishers ; estab- 
lished 1870 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 3 

TIMES, weekly ; Times Printing Co., publishers, G. A. Black- \/ 
stone, manager; established 1867 ; liberal ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,833* 
See Advt. Page 82. 

CANADIAN WORKMAN, monthly ; John Curran, publisher ; 
established 1879 ; A-O.U.W. ; subscription 50 cents; eight pages, 5 
col., 18^ inches. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE RECORD, monthly; Sons of 
Temperance, publishers ; established 1898 ; temperance and social 
reform; ist of month; subscription 25 cents; eight pages, 3 col., 
col., 10 inches. 



ORONO, Pop. 1,000, Co. Durham, on the Orono Creek, 50 miles E. of 
Toronto, 15 miles W. of Port Hope. Nearest railway point is 
Newcastle, on the G.T.R., which is 5 miles S. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming, stock raising, fruit growing, creamery, 
flour mill, pump factory, canning factory, cooper shop, coal and 
lumber yards, foundry and machine shops. The town contains 
three churches, high school and public school, town hall, opera 
house and electric light and power. The surrounding district is 
noted for its apples. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Tyrone, Hampton, Clark, Enniskillen, 
Kendal, Kirby, Leskard and Pontypool. 

NEWS, weekly; Samuel Cuttell, editor and publisher; estab- \/ 
lished 1885; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18% inches. Circ'n % 

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OSHAWA, pop. 9,400, Co. Ontario, on Lake Ontario and G.T.R., 
C. P. R. and C. N. R. , 4 miles E. of Whitby and 34 miles E. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, woollen and grist 
mills, piano, farm implement, automobile and carriage factories, 
foundries, metal roofing and siding factory, brass works, toy 
factory, steam and gas fittings, carpet, sash and door and women's 
whitevvear factories, steel range works, interior fittings, electric 
signs, malleable iron works, tannery, canning factory and mixed 
farming. The town contains ten churches, hospitals, Y. M.C.A., 
high and public schools, a ladies' college, Carnegie library, town 
hall, music hall, and is lighted by electric light and has a fire 
department, gas works, water works and sewerage system. Electric 
railway to Cedar Dale and Oshawa-on-the-Lake. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Brookltn, 
Taunton, Columbus, Myrtle, Raglan, Whitevale, Foley, Courtice, 
Enfield and Cedar Dale. 

. ONTARIO REFORMER, weekly; Reformer Printing and ^ 
Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1871; liberal; Friday; 
subscription $1.50; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,65O 



OTTAWA, pop. 117,744, Co. Carleton, on Ottawa River and 
Rideau Canal, C.P.R., G.T.R., C.-N.R. and N.Y.C. Ry., 115 miles W. 
of Montreal, 255 miles N.E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : Ottawa's three principal pay-rolls combined distribute an- 
nually nearly $25, 000,000, divided thus; industrial $9,000,000 govern- 
mental $12,000,000 railways $3, 000,000. Ottawa's paper, cardboard, 
tent and awning, marine signal and cement factories are among the 
largest in the world. The city has nearly 200 important industries 
of various kinds, giving employment to about 19,000 persons. The 
industries maybe classed as follows: 16 lumbering, 18 iron- working, 
16 paper and cardboards, 4 leather goods, 5 tents and canvas goods, 
3 boats, canoes and motor boats, 3 carriages and waggons, 5 office 
fixtures and house furnishings, i meat packing, i pianos and 
player-pianos, 4 stoves and ranges, 2 automobiles and cars, i 
furniture and 29 miscellaneous. The export trade of Ottawa 
in lumber, pulp and paper to Great Britain, the United 
States and other countries aggregates millions of dollars yearly. 
The city is the capital of the Dominion of Canada, and is 
picturesquely situated. It has wide, regular streets, with fifty 
miles of magnificent driyeway constructed by the Dominion 
Government, possesses many handsome stone buildings, including 
the Parliamentary and Departmental buildings, the Chateau 
Laurier, one of the finest hotels in Canada, recently erected 
at a cost of nearly $2,000,000.00, several handsome churches, a 
university, colleges, convents, model, normal, public and separate 
schools, archives, national art gallery, museum, royal mint, fisheries 
exhibit, Dominion observatory, Dominion experimental farm, Govern- 
ment House, Y. M.C. A. and public library, and has excellent fire bri- 
gade and water department. The city is lighted by electricity and 
gas, and has electric street car service. Including the City of Hull, 
which for business purposes is reckoned as part of Ottawa, being 
connected by two interprovincial bridges spanning the Ottawa river, 
Ottawa has a population exceeding 125,000. An enormous activity 
in recent years in manufacturing and building, guarantees uninter- 
rupted progress in all lines of trade. The outstanding inducement 
which Ottawa offers as a manufacturing centre is its enormous 
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opening' up excellent low-priced residential sections for workmen. 
Surrounding 1 towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Chelsea, Clarkston, Ironsides, Pakenham, Finch, Rockland, Met- 
calfe, Crysler, Berwick, Newington, Kenmore, Vernon, Manotick, 
Stittsville, Casselman, Hammond, Masson, Thurso, Wakefield, 
Stewarton, Eastman's Springs and Caledonia Springs. 

CITIZEN, every morning and evening except Sunday; The Citi- 
zen Publishing Co., Limited, publishers; established 1844; indepen- 
dent; subscription $6.00; twelve to thirty-six pages, 8 col., 21^ 
inches. 
Circ'n, average (both editions) for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 28,6O2f 

Advt. The Citizen is the only Ottawa paper that carries the advertising of all the 
department stores ; all the ladies' wear stores ; all the music and piano stores and all 
the house furnishing stores. They use The Citizen because it covers the city 
thoroughly and brings results. See Advt. Page 25. 

JOURNAL DAILIES, (The Evening Journal and Morning 
Journal-Press) every morning and evening except Sunday ; Journal 
Publishing Co., of Ottawa, Limited., publishers; established 1883; 
unionist; subscription $6.00 either edition ; twelve to thirty-six 
pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 

Also publish Ottawa Farm Journal. 
Circ'n, average (both editions) for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 23,3O4t 

Advt. The Journal Dailies are an "institution " at the National Capital and 
are the dominating advertising mediums in the field, carrying the largest volume of ad- 
vertising of any newspaper in Ottawa. The circulation of The Journal Dailies is 
concentrated in the Ottawa shopping territory and, with flat advertising rates represent 
the ideal mediums for a " try-out " campaign. The Journal advertisers have at their 
service at all times the aggressive, enterprising Promotion Department to lend co- 
operation in prompting an active interest on the part of the local dealers. See Advt. 
Page 26. 

OTTAWA FARM JOURNAL (formerly Ottawa Valley Jour- 
nal), semi- weekly ; Journal Publishing Co., of Ottawa, Limited, pub- 
lishers ; established 1889; agricultural and dairying ; Tuesday and 
Friday; last forms close Saturday and Thursday; subscription $1.50 
a year ; twelve to thirty-six pages, 8 col., 21% inches. 

Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 18,21Ot 

Also publish the Journal Dailies. 

Advt. The Ottawa Farm Journal is the only agricultural, rural home medium in 
the Great Central Canada Dairy Bell, concentrates amongst the most enterprising and 
prosperous farmers and dairymen in all Canada. For twenty-five years. The Ottawa 
Farm Journal has carried on an aggressive missionary campaign in behalf of better 
farming and dairying in its field, and is to-day the recognized authority in twenty- 
two thousand rural homes in matters Pertaining to stock-breeding and agriculture. 
Se Advt. Page 27. 

LE DROIT, French, every evening except Sunday ; Syndicat 
d'CEuvresSociales, Lt^e., publishers, established 1913 ; independent; 
subscription $3.00; six to sixteen pages, 7 col. , 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 7,421f 

WEEKLY, established 1913; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
to sixteen pages, 8 col., 21% inches. Circ'n 3^t 

Advt. Le Droit, the only French daily in Ontario, covers the intellectual class in 
all the centres where the French population is of any importance. Its weekly edition 
reaches the farmers in about the same districts. 80% of the French families in Ottawa 
and 66% of those in 'Hull, across the river, could not be reached without it. See Advt. 
Page 29. 

CANADA GAZETTE, weekly; Government of Canada (King's 
Printer), publisher ; Government notices, etc. ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $4.00; about one hundred pages, size 8 x 13. Inserts 
Government advertisements only. 

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CANADIAN, weekly; Jas. Muir, editor; Jas. A. Clarke, busi- 
ness manager; established 1919; independent; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, 8 col., 19 inches. 

CANADIAN LABOR PRESS, weekly; Canadian Labor Press 
Limited, publishers; established 1918; labor subscription $1.00 
(with monthly) four to twelve pages, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Advt. A live weekly newspaper, printed at Ottawa, reaching Canadian workers 
from Coast to Coast. Full of live news, editorials, cartoons, illustrations, of all kinds, 
itjgoes home every time it is read. Owned, edited and published by Union men: 
it is an official paper, with the sane platform of "Education" instead of "Agitation." 
If you have anything to sell or tell the workers of Canada The Canadian Labor 
Press Weekly is your medium. See Advt. Page 28. 

UNITED CANADA, weekly; United Canada Printing and 
Engraving Co. publishers ; established 1888 ; independent, Roman 
Catholic; Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n 7^ 

DANEBROG, Danish, weekly; Chas. C. Meyer, editor and 
publisher; established 1892; independent; Friday; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN MILITARY GAZETTE, semi-monthly; Canadian 
Military Gazette Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1885; military ; 2nd and 4th Tuesdays; subscription $2.00; 
twenty-eight pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

LE CAN ADI EN ERRANT, French, semi-monthly; Ernest 
Bilodeau, publisher; established 1915; literary; ist and I5th of 
month; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 3 col., 10%. inches. . Circ'n i 

AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE OF CANADA, monthly; Do- 
minion Dept. of Agriculture, publishers ; established 1914; agricul- 
tural; subscription $1.00 ; eighty-eight to one hundred and fifty 
pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

, CANADIAN FORESTRY JOURNAL, monthly ; Canadian 
Forestry Association, publishers; established 1905 ; forest utiliza- 
tion and conservation; loth of month; subscription $1.00 ; forty- 
eight pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 6^ 

CANADIAN LABOR PRESS, monthly; Canadian Labor 
Press, Limited, publishers; established 1918; labor; first Friday 
in month ; subscription $1.00 (with weekly) ; four to twelve pages, 
8 col., 20 inches. 

See Advt. Page 28. 

CIVILIAN, monthly ; Civilian Publishing Co., Limited, publish- 
ers; established 1908; civil service; forms close 2oth of month 
previous; subscription $1.00; fifty pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. 

LABOR GAZETTE, monthly ; Department of Labor, pub- 
lishers ; established 1900 ; industrial-; subscription $2.00; one 
hundred pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

NATURALIST, monthly; Ottawa Field - Naturalists' Club, 
publishers ; established 1879 ; scientific ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen to thirty-two pages, 6^ x 4 inches. 

LE PREVOYANT, monthly ; L'Union St. Josepfi du Canada, 
publishers ; established 1895 ; fraternal ; i5th of the month ; . 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 4 col., 12 inches. Circ'n 25 

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OTTERVILLE, pop. 500, Co. Oxford, on G.T.R., 18 miles S.E. of 
Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Cornell, Haw- 
trey, La Salette and Springford. 

NEWS, weekly ; J. S. Winterburn, publisher ; established v 
1914 ; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19/4 inches. 

One section of paper is headed Norwich Gazette. 

OWEN SOUND, pop. 12,750, Co. Grey, on the Sydenham River 
and Georgian Bay (Owen Sound.), and on C.P.R. and G.T.R. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, flour, saw and planing 
mills, machine shops, foundries, tanneries, Portland cement mills, 
furniture, biscuit and confectionery, wire fence, chain and pickle 
factories, malleable iron, bolt and screw works, nail factory, 
breweries, stone quarries, cannery, cigar factory and iron and steel 
ship building. The town contains twelve churches, collegiate institute 
and business college, five public schools, public library, two opera 
houses, town hall, good water works, fire department, electric light 
and gas plants, steamship lines, and the finest harbor on Georgian 
Bay, the Sound being 12 miles long and 5 miles wide at its mouth, 
sheltered on both sides its entire length, and a depth of water 
sufficient for the largest vessels on the lake. The surrounding 
country is noted for its apples. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Bognor, Annan, North Keppel, 
Williamsford, Presqu'Isle, Kilsyth, Leith, Woodford, Johnson, Both- 
well Corners, Sydenham, Kemble, Desboro, Allenford, Jackson and 
Shallow Lake. 

ADVERTISER, semi-weekly; The News Printing Co. of I/ 
Owen Sound, Ltd., publishers; established 1862; independent- 
liberal ; Monday and Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2 

SUN-TIMES, semi-weekly; Fleming Pub. Co. Ltd., publishers; ^ 
established 1890 ; independent-liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; eight to twenty pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 5 mos. to March 31, 1919, 0,269^ 

Also publish Christian Messenger. 

Advt. The Sun-Time* has a guaranteed circulation of 6,200 copies an issue, and 
is the only medium by which Owen Sound and the surrounding district may be com- 
pletely covered. The Sun-Times is the outcome of the amalgamation of the Sun and 
the Times on November 1st. igi8. For this reason, sworn circulation statement is 
not available for this Directory. Circulation over 6,200. See Advt. Page 73. 

CHRISTIAN MESSENGER, monthly; Fleming Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1897; religious; ist of month; last 
forms close 25th of month preceding; subscription 50 cents; eight to 
twelve pages, 4 col., 12 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Sun-Times. 

PAISLEY, pop. 820, Co. Bruce, at the confluence of the Saugeen 
and Teeswater rivers, on the G. T. R., 30 miles S. W. of Owen 
Sound and 15 miles N.E. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour and saw mills, creamer}', machine shop and 
farming. The town contains four churches, public schools and 
town hall, public library, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Dobbinton, Underwood, Glamis, Pinker- 
ton, Eden Grove, Aberdour, Burgoyne, Cargill, Williscroft, Lock- 
erby, Bruce, Queen Hill, Saugeen and Dunblane. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; D. McKenzie, publisher; established 1863 ; (/ 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,173 

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PALMERSTON, pop. 2,000 Co. Wellington, at the intersection of 
six lines of the G.T.R., 36 miles N.W. of Guelph, 45 miles E. of 
Goderich, 50 miles S. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex. Banks. Chief 
industries: woodenware and trunk and novelty factories. The town 
.has five churches, public school, Carnegie Library and other large 
buildings. Surrounding towns and villages where no paper are 
published Morsfield, Gowanstown and Rothsay. 

SPECTATOR, weekly; H. E. Bywater, publisher; established ^ 
1897 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00, eight pages, 7 
col., 19% inches. Circ'n l / z 

PARIS, pop. 4,866, Co. Brant, at the confluence of the Nith and Grand 
Rivers, on the G.T.R. and C.P.R. and Grand Valley Electric Ry., 
8 miles from Brantford and 61 miles S. W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, woollen, knitting and wincey 
mills, alabastine, needle, screen door and refrigerator factories. 
The town contains six churches, high, public and separate schools, 
one of the finest equipped Y. M.C.A. Buildings in Western Canada, 
Y.W.C.A. , town hall, public library, fire department and water 
works. The town is lighted by electricity, electric power for 
manufacturers is supplied fr6m Niagara, and natural gas is also 
used for power. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Princeton, St. George, Drumbo, Falkland, Glen- 
morris and Canning. J 

REVIEW, weekly; C. W. Lawton, publisher; established 1878; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 21 ty 
inches. Circ'n i% i 

STAR-TRANSCRIPT, weekly; G. W. Featherstone, editor J 
and publisher ; established 1847; liberal; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n \% 

See Adv't Page 112. 

PARKHILL,pop. 1,500, Co. Middlesex, on the G.T.R., 33 miles N.W. 
of London, 40 miles N.E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing, flour, wool, knitting and flax mills, foundry, 
brick and tile making, fruit evaporators, salt well and farming. The 
town contains five churches, high and public schools, public library, 
and a volunteer fire brigade. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Corbett, Greenway, Moray, Sylvan, Spring- 
bank, Mt. Carmel, Dashwood and Grand. 

GAZETTE, weekly; William Dawson, proprietor; established 
1870; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

PARRY SOUND, pop. 3,500, District of Parry Sound, situated 
at the mouth of Seguin River, on the Eastern shore of Georgian Bay, 
on the C.N. Ry., C.P.R. and one mile from the G.T.R., 50 miles 
N. of Midland ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : C. N. R. 
repair shops, machine shops, smelter, chemical and charcoal works, 
saw mills, spool and bobbin factory, tannery and farming. The 
town contains five churches, two public schools, court house, 
registry office, has a splendid harbour and daily connection by boat to 
all points. The town is also a popular summer resort and during 
the season the population will run as high as 5,000. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published^ Dunchurch, 
Depot Harbor, McKellar, Ambo, Falding, Rosseau, Orrville and 
Sprucedale. 

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CANADIAN, weekly ; Chas. Sarney, publisher ; established 
1895 ; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight to twelve 
pages, 6 col., \g% inches. Circ'n % 

NORTH STAR, weekly ; North Star Publishing Co. , publishers ; V/ 

established 1874; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^4 inches. Circ'n i 

PEMBROKE, pop. 8,000, Co. Renfrew, on Indian, Muskrat and 
Ottawa Rivers and C.P.R., G.T.R. andC.N.R., 96 miles N.W. of 
Ottawa and 40 miles N.W. of Renfrew ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : steel plant, shook mills, lumbering and lumber supplies, 
flour, saw and woollen mills, incubator, electrical supplies and shoe 
factories, brick making, foundry and machine shops, farming and 
poultry raising. The town contains nine churches, a convent, pub- 
lic and separate schools, a high school, court house, town hall, two 
hospitals, opera house, Carnegie library and nine hotels; it also con- 
tains a fine agricultural driving park, one of the largest military 
camps in Canada, sewerage, water works and fire department, and is 
lighted by electric light. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Beachburg, Chapeau, Sheenboro, Douglas, Osceola, 
Westmeath, Chalk River, Petewawa and Rankin. 

OBSERVER AND OTTAWA VALLEY ADVOCATE, weekly; V 
D. A. Jones, publisher; established 1854; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50; ten pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

STANDARD AND RENFREW COUNTY CHRONICLE; 
weekly; Thos. W. Whalley, publisher; established 1868; inde- 
pendent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight to 
twelve pages, 7 col , 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,088 

PENETANGUISHENE, pop. 3,935, Co. Simcoe, on G. T. R., and 
at head of Penetanguishene Bay, 34 miles N.W. of Barrie, 103 miles 
N.W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour, 
saw and planing mills, foundry, tannery, box and carriage factories, 
lumbering, fishing and farming. The town is a popular summer 
resort and contains four churches, public schools, separate schools, 
free library, fine harbor and wharves, with railway sidings and 
good steamboat service during navigation. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wye.bridge, St. Patrick, 
Vasey, Waverley, Laurin and Lafontaine. 

HERALD, weekly ; E. J. Hewson, publisher; established 1871; {/ 
independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n # 

PERTH, pop. 3,800, Co. Lanark, on the Tay Canal and C.P.R., 57 
miles S.W. of Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
Wampole laboratory, Jergin's Soap Factory, two knitting 
mills, boot and shoe factory, distilleries, flour mill, felt 
mill, car wheel works, small hardwares factory, plumbago 
works, foundry, drug works, woollen mill, farming and dairy- 
ing. The town contains six churches, public and separate 
schools and collegiate institute, a public library, house of industry 
for the county, a town hall and has water works and electric 
lighting. There are also extensive mica, bitumen and phosphate 
mines in the vicinity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Glen Tay, Innisville, McDonald's Corners, 
Maberly and Port Elmsley. 

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COU Rl ER, weekly ; Walker Bros., editors and publishers ; estab- V 
lished 1834; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
21 % inches. Circ'n 2% 

EXPOSITOR, weekly; N. G. Dickson, editor and publisher; I 
established 1860; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; v 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2 

PETERBOROUGH, pop. 20,600, Co. Peterborough, on the Otona- 
bee River, G.T.R. and C.P.R., and Trent Canal, 77 miles N.E. of 
Toronto, 180 miles S. W. of Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: sash and door factories, flour, oatmeal and woollen mills, 
carpet factories, agricultural implements, underwear, woven labels, 
mining and saw mill machinery, piano and canoe factories, machine 
shops, electrical and carbon works, furniture, lock, harness, tent 
and awning works, bit and tool factory, shovel works, potteries and 
brick yards. The Quaker Oats Co. and Peterboro Cereal Co. oper- 
ate large flour and cereal mills. The Canadian General Electric 
works are also located here. This town is rapidly becoming a 
great manufacturing centre ; the water power, extending a distance 
of ten miles along the Otonabee River, is regarded as equal to any 
on the continent. Surrounding country is devoted to agriculture 
and lumbering. The city is a popular summer resort and during 
the season is visited by large numbers of tourists. The city contains 
twenty churches, Normal School, seven public schools, collegiate 
institute, theatre, armory, business college, two hospitals, Carnegie 
library, court house, opera house, Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. build- 
ings, and has water works, fire department, electric light, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Warsaw, Keene, Baillieboro', Selwyn, Bridgenorth, Fraserville, 
Centreville, Young's Point, Mount Pleasant and Ida. 

EXAMINER, every evening except Sunday ; Peterborough Ex- 
aminer, Ltd., publishers; established 1885; liberal; subscription 
$4.00; ten to twenty pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,778*f 

WEEKLY, established 1847; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 months to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,100* 

Advt. The Examiner guarantees its circulation and makes it part of their con- 
tract with advertisers. It has a long lead in foreign advertising and carries ,yo% 
more local advertising than any other oj its contemporaries and at a much higher 
rate. See Advt. Page 74. 

RE VI EW, every evening except Sunday ; The Peterboro Review 
Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1879; conservative; subscription 
$4.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,685 

WEEKLY, established. 1833 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 105. 

FARM AND DAIRY AND RURAL HOME, weekly; Rural 
Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1882 ; farming and 
dairying; Thursday; last forms close Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
twenty -four pages, 4 col., 12^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 18,O89*t 

CANADIAN FLORIST, bi-weekly; Horticultural Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1906; official organ of Can. Horti- 
cultural Assoc. ; every second Friday ; last forms close Tuesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight to twenty pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n % 

Also publish Canadian Horticulturist. 

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CANADIAN HORTICULTURIST, monthly; Horticultural 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1878; three editions, fruit, 
and flower, and beekeeping (all advertising in 3 editions) ; ist of 
month; last forms close zoth of month; subscription 50 cents; 
twenty-eijjht to fifty-two pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 10 

Also publish Canadian florist. 

PE I ROLIA, pop. 3,000, Co. Lambton, on Sydenham River, G.T.R., 
M. C. R. and C. P. R., 16 miles S. E. of Sarnia, 50 miles W. of 
London; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : foundries, boiler 
and machine shops, wagon works, oil refineries, oil well supplies, 
planing and flour mills, canning factory and farming. The town is 
the centre of an immense petroleum belt, and contains two oil refineries, 
and ample facilities for the storage of oil. It is also the centre of a 
splendid farming and fruit growing community. It has six churches, 
high and public schools, a town hall, excise office, masonic temple, 
public library, opera house, hydro-electric light, gas works, an 
excellent waterworks system and a good fire department. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Copleston, Weidman, Warwick, Osborne, Perch, Oil City and 
Oil Springs. \J 

ADVERTISER-TOPIC, weekly; Petrolia Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., Limited, publishers; established 1864; independent; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2O12* 

PICKERING, pop. 500, Co. Ontario, on Duffin's Creek, about 3 
miles N-E. of outlet into Lake Ontario at Pickering Harbor, and on 
the G. T. R., 22 miles E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, apple-growing, apple evaporator, flour and 
planing mills. The town contains seven churches, a Society of 
Friends meeting house, a public school, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Brougham, Dunbarton, 
Whitevale, Greenwood, Green River, Audley, Balsam, Altona, 
Atha, Liverpool, Cherrywood, Claremont and Kinsale. 

NEWS, weekly; John Murkar, publisher; established 1881 ; inde- */ 
pendent; Friday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Circ'n i 

PICTON, pop. 3,564, Co. Prince Edward, on the Bayof Quinte, C.N.R. 
and C. O. Ry., 18 miles S. E. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : several creameries, cheese factories, mitt and 
glove and sash and door factories, saw mill? evaporators, seed 
warehouses, extensive ship yards, canning factories and farm- 
ing. The town contains seven churches, collegiate institute, public 
schools, town hall, society hall, public library and has good steam- 
boat connection. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Ameliasburgh, Bloomfield, Cherry Valley, Consecon, 
Demorestville, Milford, Albury, Rednerville, Carrying Place, Massas- 
saga, Westlake, North Cressy, Salmon Point, Rose Hall, Glenora, 
Chisholm, High Shore, Wellington and Hillier. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Gazette Publishing Co. Limited, publishers; v 
established 1830; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,05O 

See Advl. Page 102. 

TIM ES, weekly ; Wm. Steet, editor and manager; established \ , 
1854; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to ten pages, X 
7 col., 21!^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,442* 

See Advt. Page 84. 

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PLATTSVILLE, pop. 700, Co. Oxford, on the River Nith, 18 miles 
N. E. of Woodstock, four miles N.E. of Bright, its nearest railway 
point; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : planing:, woollen, grist 
and flour mills, evaporating, carriage, furniture, stove and pump 
factories, brick yards, tanneries and farming. The village contains 
five churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Washington, Haysville, Wolverton 
and Bright. 

ECHO, weekly; G. J. Robinson, publisher; established 1887; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
1 8 inches. Circ'n % 

PORT ARTHUR, pop. 15,000, Co. Thunder Bay, on W. shore 
of Lake Superior, on G.T.P.Ry., C.P.R., Port Arthur, Duluth Exten- 
sion and Can. Nor. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
iron mining, lumbering, pulp and paper factory, ship building, 
shipping, fishing and farming. The town contains eight churches, 
high school, public and separate schools, court house, jail and 
several hotels. Port Arthur has eight terminal elevators with 
present storage capacity of 54,000,000 bushels. It is a centre 
of shipping for the Northwest and is also the northern ter- 
minus of the C. P. R., Montreal & Lake Superior and other steam- 
ship lines running between Owen Sound, S. Ste. Marie, Montreal, 
Sarnia and Duluth and this port. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Silver Mountain, Murillo, Chapleau, 
Schreiber, McKenzie River and Nipigon. J 

NEWS-CHRONICLE, every evening except Sunday; Port 
Arthur Daily News Ltd., publishers; established 1903; independent; 
subscription $3.00 ; eight pages and upward, 7 col., 21 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,242* 

Advt. The News-Chronicle is Port Arthur's only daily newspaper. Eighty per 
cent of its circulation goes into homes viithin the city limits, and ninety per cent 
within a tributary trade zone of fifty miles. The News-Chronicle maintains an office 
in the nearby city of Fort William. See Advt. Page 52. 

CANADAN UUTISET, Finnish, weekly; Canada News 
Publishing Co. .publishers; established 1915; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $2.00; eight pages ; 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Pag e QJ. 

PORT BURWELL, pop. 600, District of Elgin, on Lake Erie and 
C.P.R., Port Burwell Branch, 30 miles S.E. of St. Thomas, 40 miles 
S. of Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : fishing, 
farming and canning factory. It has a splendid harbor and a 
supply of natural gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Vienna and Straffordville. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. C. Loucks, publisher ; established 
1914; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

PORT COLBORNE, pop. 3,000, Co. Welland, on Lake Erie, at 
entrance of Welland Canal, on the G.T.R., 10 miles S. of Welland, 
25 miles S. of St. Catharines ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
grist and planing mills, lime kilns, brewery, shoe factory, steel plant, 
cork works, cement works, large flour mill, splendidly equipped 
elevator and nickel refining plant. It is the transshipping point for 
freight from the West to Montreal, has concrete docks and a well 
protected 22-foot harbor. The town has five churches, three schools, 
town hall, opera house, customs house, public library, water works, 
electric power and natural gas. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Humberstone, W^infleet, Low- 
banks, Burnaby, Marshville and Stromness. 

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CITIZEN AND HUMBERSTONK NEWS, weekly; Harry J. </ 
Shore, editor and proprietor ; established 1899; independent; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four to eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n % 

PORT CREDIT, pop. 1,000, Co. Peel, on the G. T. R., 10 miles 
S.W. of Toronto. 18 miles N.E. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : starch factory, brick kiln, fruit growing and 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Clarkson, Cooksville, Hornby and Mimico. 

NEWS, weekly; S. Charters, publisher; established 1909; inde- (/ 
pendent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21% inches. 

Also publishes Brampton Conseri'ator . 

PORT DOVER, pop. 1,400, Co. Norfolk, on Lake Erie and G.T.R., 
41 miles S.W. of Hamilton, 82 miles S.W. -of Toronto ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, fishing, brick and tile yard, 
greenhouses, vinegar works, evaporator, knitting, planing and 
flour mills, foundry and repair shops. The town contains four 
churches, high and public schools, town hall, opera house and public 
library, and has good water power and natural gas in abundance. 
Port Dover is a popular summer resort. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Nanticoke, Port Ryerse, 
Normindale, Renton and Vittoria. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; L. G. Morgan, editor and publisher; I/ 
established 1875; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., i9 3 + ' inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 102. 

PORT ELGIN, pop. 1,328, Co. Bruce, on Lake Huron and G. T. R., 
28 miles N.W. of Walkerton and 97 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., 
T.-, Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : brush and broom factory, 
flour, saw, planing mills and farming. The town contains eight 
churches, public and high schools, public library, etc. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Underwood, 
Burgoyne, Invermay, Arkwright, Elsinore and Chippawa. 

TIMES, weekly; E. Roy Sayles, editor and proprietor; estab- \/ 
lished 1868; liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., iqi'4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,433 

PORT HOPE, pop. 5,092, Co. Durham, at the confluence ol Gena- 
raska River and Lake Ontario, and junction of Midland Division with 
main line G.T. R., on C.N.O. Ry. and C.P.R., 63 miles E. of 
Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : preserving and 
canning, iron sewer pipe, threaded iron pipe and connection works, 
enamelled ware, bath tubs, tiles, plumbers' supplies, file factories, 
flour mills, foundries, chemical works, pottery and red brick plant, 
extensive greenhouses, planing mills and machine shops, shoe lace, 
clothing, cream separator, toy, carriage and implement fact- 
ories and farming. Port Hope is a great apple-growing 
centre, and ships 50,000 barrels of apples yearly. The 
town, contains six churches, three public schools, high school 
and Trinity College School, a public library, town hall, opera 
house and hospital. It has a fine harbor, life boat service, 
bathing beach, good water works, filtered water, fire depart- 
ment and is lighted by electricity and gas. Surrounding towns 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Canton, Dale, 
Gore's Landing, Garden Hill, Ballyduff, Enniskillen, Bethany, Zion, 
Bailieboro, Kendall, Newtonville, Perrytown, Pontypool, Welcome 
and Bewdley. 



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GUIDE, every evening: except Sunday; Geo. Wilson & Son, 
editors and publishers ; established 1878 ; liberal ; subscription 
$3.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i f 

WEEKLY, established 1831 ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2$ 

TIMES, weekly; Port Hope Times publishers; established 
1862; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four to eight 
pages, 7 col., ig/^ inches. Circ'n i 

TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD, terminally; 
Students of Trinity College, publishers; established 1896; school; 
subscription $1.50 ; sixty pages, i wide col., 6^ inches. 

PORT PERRY, pop. 1,150, Co. Ontario, on Lake Scugog and 
G.T.R., 18 miles N. of Whitby, 48 miles N.E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, fruit-growing, flour and saw 
mills, harness making and gas engine works. The town contains five 
churches, high and public schools, public library, town hall and has 
municipal electric light plant and water works. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Marsh Hill, Prince 
Albert, Manchester, Cadmus, Raglan, Myrtle, Blackstock, 
Greenbank, Utica, Seagrave, Sonya, Caesarea, Epsom, Ashburn, 
Columbus, Scugog and Yelverton. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; H. Parsons, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1857 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 8 col., 23 inches. Circ'n } 

STAR AND STANDARD, weekly; Samuel Farmer, publisher; 
established 1867 ; independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription v/ 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PORT ROWAN, pop. 759, Co. Norfolk, on Lake Erie and on South 
Norfolk branch G. T. R., 21 miles S.W. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : planing mills, grist and saw mills, bit and 
auger factory and farming. The town contains, besides its mills 
and stores, three churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Jacksonburg, Rowan Mills, 
Walsingham Centre and St. Williams. 

NEWS, weekly; S. H. Harding, publisher; established 1893; V 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

POWASSAN, pop. 800, Co. Parry Sound, on South River, near 
Lake Nipissing, and on G.T.R. , 207 miles N. of Toronto, 20 miles 
S. of North Bay ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : mining, 
lumbering, flour, saw and planing mills, fishing and farming. The 
town has four churches, public school, town hall, two hotels and is 
lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Trout Creek, Callender, South River, Nipis- 
sing, Loring, Commanda and Alderdale. 

N EWS, weekly ; J. B. Lake, editor and publisher ; established 
1907; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 6 
col., 19% inches. Circ'n ^ 



PRESCOTT, pop. 3,450, Co. Grenville, on the St. Lawrence River, 
C.P.R.,andG.T.R., ferry to N.Y.C., 12 miles E. of Brockville ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: emery wheel factory, casket 
factory, brewery and distillery, brass foundry, butter factory, Govt. 
marine factory, lumber mills, farming and dairying. The town 
contains five churches, public, high and separate schools, town hall, 
opera house and public library and Hydro-Electric plant ; it has a 

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ferry service to Ogdensburg on the American side, and steam 
boat connection with all points. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Cardinal, Spencerville, Charleville, 
Maitland and Algonquin. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Geo. W. Mason, publisher; established 1847; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $(.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n i 

PRESTON, pop. 4,900, Co. Waterloo, at the confluence of the Grand 
and Speed rivers, on the G.T.R. and C.P.R., 3 miles N. of Gait, with 
which it is connected by electric railway, gmiles S.E. of Kitchener, also 
connected by electric railway ; Tel.,T.,Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
woollen and flour mills, stove and furnace foundries, wood-working 
machinery, car and coach, shoe, hockey stick, metal shingle, siding 
and roofing factories, school and office furniture factory, cigar 
factory, brewery and farming. The town contains six churches, 
public and separate schools, public library, opera house seating 550, 
and artesian mineral springs. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Doon, Breslau, Ayr, Blair, New Dundee, 
Morriston and Puslinch. 

PROGRESS, weekly; Preston Progress Printing Co., Limited, \S 
publishers; established 1884; independent-conservative; Friday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n % 

RAINY RIVER, pop. 1,700, Rainy River District, on Rainy River 
and on Canadian National Ry. , 153 miles E. of Winnipeg and 285 
miles W. of Port Arthur; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
box and barrel factories, lumbering, boat building, farming 
and fishing. The town has five churches, public and separate 
schools, four hotels and several stores. It is a divisional point on 
the C.N. R., whose payroll here averages $40,000 per month. Has 
good steamboat service with Kenora, Fort Frances and other towns. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Barwick, Sleeman, Pinewood, Stratton, La Vallee, Bergland 
and Emo. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; Gazette Publishing Co., publishers; estab- \/ 
lished 1902; unionist; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

RENFREW, pop. 6,000, Co. Renfrew, on Mill Creek, Bonnechere 
River, C.P.R., G.T.R., and K. & P. Div. C.P.~R., 35 miles S.E. of 
< Pembroke, 53 miles W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : creamery, flour, sawand planing mills, woollen and knitting mills, 
wooden-ware, refrigerator, cream separator, scale and steel 
notions factories, electric supplies, brick and tile works, large 
nitrocellulose powder plant, molybdenum concentrator and 
refinery and farming. The town contains five churches, 
collegiate institute, public and separate schools; kindergarden, 
manual training and domestic science schools, public library, 
town hall and public hall, opera house, electric light, power 
and heat, and a fine system of water works and sewerage. 
The municipality owns a $300,000 power plant, one of the largest in 
the provincial towns in Ontario. There are iron, mica and graphite 
mines in the vicinity. About 2,000 h. p. is developed from Falls of 
Bonnechere, and a power plant on the Madawaska, a few miles 
away, has just been completed, making another 5,000 h. p. available 
at sub-station in Renfrew. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Calabogie, Shamrock, Stewartville, 
Douglas, Portage du Fort, Forrester's Falls, Burnstown, Castle- 
ford, Sand Point, Braeside and White Lake. 

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JOURNAL, weekly; W. D. Samson, publisher; established 1886; 
independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 104. 

MERCURY weekly; Smallfield & Son, editors and publishers; i> 
established 1871; independent-liberal; Friday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,7*70* 

See Advt. Page 84. 

RICHARDS LANDING, pop. 300, Algoma district, on N. shore 
of St. Joseph's Island ; steamboat connection with the mainland ; 
nearest railroad station, Desbarats, on the C.P.R. ; Tel., T. , Ex. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Port Findlay, Desbarats, Hilton, Jocelyn and Tenby Bay. 

ST. JOE HERALD, weekly; Jos. Rickaby, publisher; estab- 
lished 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 



RICHMOND HILL, pop. 1,002, Co. York, on C.N.R., 3 V* miles E. of 
Maple Station, on G.T.R. and C.N. Ry., 12 miles N. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, carriage works, 
foundry and saw mills. The village contains four churches, high 
and public schools and grain elevator. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Thornhill, Maple, King, 
Nobleton, Elgin Mills, Langstaff, Kleinburg and Victoria Square. 

LIBERAL, weekly ; T. F. McMahon, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 



RIDGETOWN, pop. 2,500, Co. Kent, on M. C. R. and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry. , 20 miles E. of Chatham, 40 miles S.W. of St. Thomas ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, saw and planing mills, 
hoop and stave mill, foundry and machine shop, five grain elevators, 
evaporating, basket and pump factories, bean, tobacco and fruit 
growing and farming. The town contains eight churches, collegiate 
institute, graded schools, public library, opera house, etc., and is 
the centre of a great bean growing district. The town owns its 
own waterworks and electric lighting plant, and is on two natural 
gas lines. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Morpeth, Clearville, Palmyra, Vosburg, Botany, Duart, 
Ridley, Selton, Newbury, Buckhorn, Charing Cross, Harwich, N'e\v 
Scotland, Rondeau, Mull, Muirkirk and Turin. 

DOMINION, weekly; E. V. Bingham, publisher; established 
1895; liberal-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 94V 

See Advt. Page 86. 

PLAIN DEALER, weekly; Geo. J. Claxton, editor and pro- 
prietor; established 1875; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

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RIDGE WAY, pop. 800, Co. Welland, on Lake Erie and G.T.R., 15 
miles S.E. of Welland, 10 miles W. of Buffalo, N.Y., 10 miles E. of 
Port Colborne ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming 1 , 
flour mill and planing mills. The town is one mile from Crystal 
Beach, Buffalo's great summer resort. Surrounding' towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Sherkston, Ridgemount and 
Garrison Road. 

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HERALD, weekly; published in Bridgeburg by the Review 
Co.; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to twelve 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Also publish at Bridgeburg the Bridgeburg Review and Fort Erie 
Times. 



RIPLEY, pop. 650, Co. Bruce, on the G.T.R., 10 miles S.E. of Kincar- 
dine; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, grist and planing 
mills and farming. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, 
three churches and three hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Lochalsh, Rapid City, Ashfield, 
Holyrood, Kintail, Bervie, Amberley and Laurier. 

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EXPRESS, weekly ; G. H. Mooney, publisher ; established 1894 ; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
1^ inches. Circ'n % 



RODNEY, pop. 700, Co. Elgin, on M. C. R. and Pere Marquette Ry., 
29 miles S.W. of St. Thomas, 30 miles N. E. of Chatham ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: agriculture, flour and saw mills, casket, 
basket and woodenware factories, pickle factory, evaporator and 
planing mills. The town is the centre of Ontario's bean-growing 
district and the average yearly shipments from here aggregate 
250,000 bushels. The town contains six churches, high, public and 
continuation schools, two hotels and several good stores, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Eagle, Cashmere, Aldborough, Thames Valley, Crinan, Palmyra, 
Clearville, Muirkirk, Duart, Clachan, Woodgreen and Wardsville. 

MERCURY, weekly; Thos. W. Sims, publisher ; estab- 
established 1883 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19-^ inches. Circ'n i 



RUSSELL pop. 900, Co. Russell, situated on Castor River (which 
furnishes power), and Ottawa & N. Y. Ry., 60 miles S. W. of 
L'Orignal, 19 miles S. E. of Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : shale and clay brick plants, chemical works, woollen, 
saw and flour mills, dairying, stock-raising and farming. The town 
contains, besides its stores, etc., five churches and two hotels, public 
library and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Crysler, Embrun, Marionville, Vernon, 
Kenmore, Vars, Ormond, Echo Valley and Metcalfe. 

LEADER, weekly ; Duncan Mr. Arthur, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., i<)]4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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ST. CATHARINES, pop. 19,014, Co. Lincoln, on Twelve Mile 
Creek and Welland Canal, G. T. R., and C. N. Ry., 35 miles S.E. 
of Hamilton, 40 miles S., across Lake Ontario, from Toronto; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Connected with Thorold, Merritton, Port Dalhousie 
and Niagara Falls by electric railways. Chief Industries : edge tool, 
saw, axe and bent stuff factories, news and writing paper mills, flour 
mills, traction engine-and agricultural implement factories, automobile 
factories, wine vaults, brewery, planing mills, machine shops, mining 
and hydraulic machinery, locomotive boiler, harvest tool, electrical 
appliances, silk mills , carbide works, knitting factories , 
fruit - growing and farming. St. Catharines is practically 
the centre of the famous Niagara District fruit belt, extending west- 
ward forty miles from the Niagara River along the southern shore 
of Lake Ontario. Peaches, pears, plums, apples, apricots, grapes, 
berries of all kinds, and all small fruits grow in abundance in this 
district. This section is thickly populated with prosperous fruit 
farmers and St. Catharines is their purchasing town, though their 
market is the broad Dominion. Fruit farms in this locality sell from 
$600 to $1,200 per acre. The city contains sixteen churches, two col- 
leges, collegiate institute, public and separate schools, free library, 
five theatres, court house, customs house, General and Marine Hospital, 
orphan asylum, and other charitable institutions ; extensive stone 
quarries are worked in the neighborhood ; excellent water works and 
good railway facilities, with daily steamboat connections to all points. 
The city is lighted by electricity and has an electric car service, 
connecting adjoining towns and villages. It has some repute as a 
health resort owing to the natural mineral water springs. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : St. 
David's, Merritton, Queenston, Virgil, Jordan, Drummondville and 
Port Dalhousie. 

EVENI NG JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday; Journal 
of St. Catharines Ltd. , publishers, J. M. Elson, managing-director ; 
established 1859 ; liberal; subscription $3.00; eight to ten pages, 
7 col., 20% inches. Circ'n i^ 

STANDARD, every evening except Sunday; W. B. Burgoyne 
& H. B. Burgoyne, publishers; established 1891; conservative; 
subscription $5.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 7,796*f 

Advt. The St. Catharines Standard is a metropolitan paper in a city of 20,000 
and a district of 40,000. It is bright and clean and depends for its circulation on 
the service that it renders in giving all the latest telegraphic news, as well as local. 
It is the paper that enters the homes. See Advt. Page 5<?. 

ACTA RIDLEIAN A, three times a year ; The Students' Council 
of Ridley College, publishers; established 1890; college; subscription 
seventy-five cents; fifty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 



ST. MARY'S, pop. 4,000, Co. Perth, on the River Thames and Trout 
Creek, C.P.R. and G.T.R., 12 miles S.VV. of Stratford, 22 miles 
N. of London ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The market town of a rich 
farming district. Chief Industries : cement works (rock), agricul- 
tural implement works, dairy supply factory, flour null, box, pin, 
hockey stick and smallware factories, cooperage, stone quarries and 
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junction of the River Thames and Trout Creek ; the supply of stone 
for cement and quarry purposes is practically inexhaustible. It has 
seven churches, opera house, public schools, collegiate institute, Car- 
negie library, town hall, waterworks, and cheap hydro-electric 
power. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Avonbank, Motherwell, Anderson, Lakeside, Prospect 
Hill, Kirkton, Granton, Thorndale, Woodham, Kintore, Wellborn 
and Whalen. 

ARGUS, weekly; Stewart and Grose, publishers; established 
1857; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
2i3 4 inches. 

JOURNAL, weekly; John W. Eedy, publisher; established 1855; ^ 
independent-conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 8 col., 21 # inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1918, 2,700* 

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ST. I HOMAS, pop. 17,000, Co. Elgin, situated on banks of Kettle 
Creek on M.C.R., G.T.R., Wabash R.R., C.P.R., Pere Marquette 
Ry. and London and Port Stanley electric line, 9 miles N. of Port 
Stanley, 17 miles S. of London, and 120 miles S.W. of Toronto; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : railway shops, car wheel 
and casting works, knitting and shoe factories, brass foundry, 
woodenware, handle, spoke, stave, and barrel factories, flour and 
planing mills, foundries, farm and garden implements, furniture 
and upholstery, carriages, mattresses, clothing, confectionery, soap, 
cigars, soft drinks, bricks and tiles. St. Thomas is known as the 
"Railway City," as it is an important railway centre. The city con- 
tains thirteen churches, collegiate institute, Alma Ladies' College, 
business colleges, public and separate schools, free library, city hall, 
theatres, has electric light, fire department and electric street 
railway. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Glanworth, Fin gal, Port Stanley, Wallacetown, 
Shedden, Talbotville, Union, Vienna, Sparta, lona, Brownsville, 
Yarmouth, New Sarum, Kingsmill, Corinth, Dexter, Payne's 
Mills and Frome. 

TIMES-JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday ; Times- 
Journal of St. Thomas, Limited, publishers, L. H. Dingman, presi- 
dent and manager; established 1881 ; independent; subscription 
$5.00 in city and $3.50 by mail ; eight to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 6 mos. to Dec. 31, 1918, 9,047*1 

WEEKLY, established 1859; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight to fourteen pages, 7 col., 21 % inches. Circ'n i 

. Idvt. The Times-Journal ranks -with the best of the small city dailies of Canada. 
.Voted for its fair treatment of public questions and unrivalled news services. Goes 
into Q5 per cent of the prosperous homes nf St. Thomas, and is a daily visitor in most 
of the homes of Elgin County and district. See Advt. Page 60. 

"MUNICIPAL WORLD, monthly; The Municipal World, Ltd., 
publishers; established 1891 ; municipal work ; ist of month; 
last forms close 2Oth of month; subscription $1.00; twenty-four 
pages, 2 and 3 wide cols., 10 inches. Circ'n 3 

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SARNIA, pop. 13,000, Co. Lambton, on the St. Clair River, at the 
foot of Lake Huron, and on G. T. R. and P. M. Ry. , 60 miles W. 
of London ; headquarters of the Northern Navigation Co. and 
Hamilton Steel and Iron Co's. steamships, Imperial Oil Co's. 
and Reid Wrecking Co's. ships, and port of call for many other 
lines; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: oil refinery, flour, 
planing and saw mills, foundries, machine shops, stove, traction 
engine, agricultural implement, bridge works, salt works and farming. 
500 men are employed by G. T. R. and Tunnel Co. Sarnia is an 
important trans-shipping point for iron ore, coal, etc., and the shipping 
of the Great Lakes, at the rate of one vessel every five minutes 
during the season of navigation, passes through. The town contains 
twelve churches, public schools, business college, collegiate institute 
and model school, library, town hall, steam ferry service and Pere 
Marquette car ferries to the United States. The celebrated St. 
Clair Tunnel under the St. Clair River connects Sarnia with Port 
Huron, Mich. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Point Edward, Corunna, Mooretown, Camlachie, Port 
Lambton, Kimball, Seckerton, Osborne, Courtright, Sombra and 
Arkona. 

CANADIAN OBSERVER, every evening except Sunday ; Ob- 
server Ptg. Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1895 ; independent; 
subscription $5.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

WEEKLY, established 1854; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i% 

See Advt. Page 114. 

SAULT STE. MARIE, pop. 20,000, Algoma District, on St. Mary 
River, C.P.R. and Algoma Central R.R., 622 miles W. of Montreal ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: The Lake Superior Corp- 
oration, one of the largest of its kind in the world, with an output 
of 2,000 tons of steel rails and 1,200 tons of pig iron per day, structural 
steel mills, blast furnaces, iron works, reduction works, coking plant, 
tar and chemical plant, veneer mill, saw mill, agriculture, mining, 
lumbering, pulp and paper making and fishing. The city contains 
fourteen churches, public library, public and separate schools. The 
steamboats of the C.P.R. and Northern Navigation Co. call every 
day. The Sault canal to overcome the rapids passes through the 
city. * The city lies at the foot of the rapids and is connected by ferry 
with Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Surrounding towns and villages where - V 
no papers are published : Desbarats, Echo Bay and Marksville. 

STAR, every evening' except Sunday ; Sault Star Limited, 
publishers; established 1912; independent-conservative ; subscription 
$5.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 4 

STE ELTON NEWS, weekly ; The Cliffe Printing Co., 
publishers; established 1912; independent; Friday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., lg)4 inches. Circ'n 1 

SEAFORTH, pop. 2,052, Co. Huron, on the G. T. R., 21 miles S. E. 
of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: salt wells, 
agricultural implement works, furniture factory, engine works, tan- 
nery, glove, clothing, shoe and legging factories, woollen, saw, flour 
and oatmeal mills and farming. The town contains four churches, 
high, public and separate schools, Carnegie library, town hall, public 
hall, water works and fire department. Nearby are extensive beds 
of pure rock salt. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Edgmondville, Winthrop, Walton, Constance, Dublin, 
Brucefield, Bayfield, Leadbury, Ashfield, Morris, Cromarty, Hen- 
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HURON EXPOSITOR, weekly; K. M. McLean, editor, 
McLean Bros., publishers ; established 1860 ; liberal ; Friday ; sub- V- 
scription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,250 

NEWS, weekly; J. F. Snowdon, proprietor ; established 1902; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
i qJ 4 inches. Circ'n i 



SHELBURNE, pop. 1,200, Co. Dufferin, on the C. P. R., 16 miles 
N.W. of Orangeville, 65 miles N.W. of Toronto, 57 miles S.E. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, saw, 
planing and shingle mills, tanneries, agricultural works, stock-raising 
and farming. The town is located in the centre of the County, which 
is all under Local Option ; it contains four churches, schools, 
town hall and library, two grain elevators, and has water works 
and electric light. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Elba, Mono Centre, Primrose, Whitfield, Perm, Homing's 
Mills, Stanton, Jessopville, Keldon, Campania, Camilla, Honeywood, 
Riverview, Melancthon and Conover. 

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ECONOMIST, weekly; T. F. E. Claridge, editor and publisher; 
established 1883 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; R. L. Mortimer, editor and publisher; I 
established 1875 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i ' 4 



SIMCOE, pop. 4,000, Co. Norfolk, on River Lynn, G. T. R. and 
Wabash Ry., 80 miles S.W. of Toronto, 22 miles S. of Brantford ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : fruit-growing, farming, 
canning factories, can plant, lithographing plant, woollen and shoddy 
mills, foundry and machine shop, flour, saw arid planing mills. It 
is the centre of a fine farming district and does a large business 
in canned fruit and vegetables, dairy and pork products. The 
town contains five churches, public schools and high school, opera 
house, town hall, public library, and has an excellent water system, 
hydro-electric power and lighting as well as a plentiful supply of 
natural gas obtained from nearby wells. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Lynedoch, Nixon, Port 
Ryerse, St. Williams, V'ittoria, Langton, Walsingham, Tyrrell, 
Bealton, Nanticoke, Lynnville, Scotland, Erie View, Atherton, 
Renton, Townsend Centre, Bloomsburg and Walsh. 

BRITISH CANADIAN, weekly; W. Y. Wallace, publisher; 
established 1860; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
ten pages, 6 col., 19?-^ inches. Circ'n i 

REFORMER, weekly; H. B. Donly, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1858; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

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SMITH'S FALLS, pop. 6,200, Co. Lanark, on the Rideau River and 
Canal, C.P.R. and C.N.R., 129 miles W. of Montreal, 46 miles S.W. 
of Ottawa, 28 miles N.W. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : cooperage and flour mills, agricultural implements, 
malleable castings and plow works stove foundries, machine 
shops and farming. The town is a divisional point on the East- 
ern Division of C.P.R. It contains six churches, high and public 
schools, public library, opera house, town hall, hydro-electric 
system, water works and has regular steamboat service on the river. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Jasper, Easton's Corners, Lombardy, Portland, Franktown, Montague, 
Frankville, Oxford Mills, Newboro, Burritts Rapids and Toledo. 

RIDEAU RECORD, semi-weekly; G. F. McKimm, publisher; >/ 
established 1887; liberal; Tuesday and Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,656 

See Advt. Page 104. 

NEWS, weekly; News Publishing Co., publishers; Ernest V. \j 
Barber, manager and editor; established 1876; independent-con- 
servative; Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 89. 

SMITHVILLE, pop. 750, Co. Lincoln, on Twenty Mile Creek and 
T. H. and B. Ry., 20 miles S.W. of Hamilton, 20 miles E. of St. 
Catharines, 18 miles N. of Dunnville ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grist mill, two saw and planing mills and creamery. 
The town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
public library containing 1,500 volumes, fire hall, public hall, two 
hotels and has electric light and power. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : St. Ann's, Bismarck, 
Wellandport, Silverdale, Caistor, Centre, Grassie's and Fenwick. 

REVIEW, weekly; A. T. Michell, publisher ; established 1916; \J 
independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 962* 

SOUTHAMPTON, pop. 2,400, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River, 
at its outlet into Lake Huron, where it forms an excellent harbor, 
and on the G.T.R., 32 miles N.W. of Walkerton; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : furniture, planing and lumber mills, wood-turning 
factory, foundry, grist mill, fishing and farming. The town contains 
five churches, public and high schools, town hall, three hotels and 
has water works and electric light. It is a port of call for steamboats 
semi-weekly throughout navigation. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Allenford, Arkwright, Burgoyne, 
Chippawa Hill, Elsinore, Hepworth, Skipness and Sauble. 

BEACON, weekly; Ernest E. Short, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1888; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., ig*4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN, pop. 350, Co. Dundas, on Nation River, 
13 miles E. of Kemptville, 38 miles W. of Cornwall. Nearest Ex., T. 
and Bank at Mountain, 5 miles. The town contains five churches, 
school, hall, grist mill and saw mill. It is a very rich farming district. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Vancamp, South Gower and Inkerman. 

MOUNTAIN HERALD, weekly; W. J. Duncan^ publisher; V 
established 1890; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
'eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. ' Circ'n % 

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STAYNER, pop. 1,039, Co. Simcoe, on the G.T.R., 25 miles N.W. 
of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour and grist 
mills and farming'. The town contains six churches, public and 
continuation schools, public hall, etc. Surrounding 1 towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Russellton, Batteaux, 
Glencairn and New Lowell. 

SUN, weekly; Coles & Porter, publishers; established 1876; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n % 



STIRLING, pop. 900, Co. Hastings, on the G.T.R. and Rawdon 
Creek, 16 miles N.W. of Belleville and 2 miles from Anson Jet. on 
the C.N.R. ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : cheese, box, 
basket and veneer factories, flour mills, machine shops, farming and 
dairying. The town contains four churches, high and public schools, 
Carnegie library, Agricultural Hall, Branch of Dept. of Agriculture 
for Hastings District, town hall and opera house and two hotels. 
Has electric light and fire department. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Huntingdon, Belleview, 
Anson, Minto, Springbrook, Wallbridge, Madoc Jet., Frankford, 
Foxboro, Halloway and Wellman's Corners. / 

LEADER, weekly; E. Sydney Bennett, editor and publisher; 
established 1914; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

NEWS-ARGUS, weekly ; James Currie, editor and publisher ; \S 
established 1879; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

STOUFFVILLE, pop. 1,225, Co. York, on G.T.R. , 29 miles N.E. of 
Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw and 
planing mills, tobacco growing, vinegar works, wicker work 
factory, farming (this being a very fine farming district). The town 
contains seven churches, public school, public library and public hall. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Altona, Goodwood, Almira, Lemonville, Ring-wood, Mount Albert, 
Mongolia, Bloomington, Vivian, Ballantrae, Claremont and Gormley. 

TRIBUNE, weekly ; F. C. Madill, publisher ; established 1888 ; I/ 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n # 

STRATFORD, pop. 17,500, Co. Perth, on River Avon and G.T.R. 
25 miles N.W. of Woodstock, 33 miles N.E. of London; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: G.T.R. locomotive shops, 
flour mill, mill building works, woollen, flour, saw and 
planing mills, foundries, pork packing house, seven furni- 
ture factories, four clothing factories, tweed and knitting mills, 
harness factory, tannery, carriage, farm implement and thresh- 
ing machine factories, steel bridge and wind mill works, 
dairying and mixed farming. A great dairy centre. The city 
contains fourteen churches, normal, public and separate schools, 
collegiate institute, convent, public library, gas, electric light, water 
works, fire department, city hall, court house; its business streets 
are paved with asphalt block and brick. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Shakespeare, Newton, 
Kirkton, Fullarton, Gadshill, Harrington, Rostock, Avonton, Car- 
lingford, Sebringville, and Millbank. 

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BEACON, every evening except Sunday ; W. M. O'Beirne, edi- 
tor and publisher ; established 1887 ; independent-liberal ; sub- 
scription $5.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

Circ'n 3# 

WEEKLY, established 1863 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 j^ inches. Circ'n i 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday ; Stratford Herald Print- 
ing Co.. Limited, publishers ; established 1887 ; conservative-unionist; 
subscription $5.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 2O}4 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,O14*t 

WEEKLY, established 1863 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., zo)4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

S I RA I HROY, pop. 3,000, Co. Middlesex, on the Sydenham River 
and G.T.R., 20 miles W. of London; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : piano, furniture and canning factories, woollen, flour, 
planing and knitting mills, agricultural works, upholstered goods 
and mattress factory, stove works and stave mill, stock raising and 
farming. The town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
public library and two public halls, and municipally owned electric 
light plant and waterworks. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Komoka, Delaware, Napier, 
Kerwood, Poplar Hill, Arkona, Adelaide and Mount Brydges. 

AGE, weekly ; Evans Bros., editors and publishers ; established 
1866 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
2\%. inches. Circ'n i ^ 

DISPATCH, weekly; Richardson Bros., editors and publishers; \/ 
established 1861 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21% inches. . Cire'n i !^ 

STREETSVILLE, pop. 1,000, Co. Peel, on Credit River and C. P. R., 
10 miles S. of Brampton, 20 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : plush, mattress, flour, saw, shingle and 
planing mills, pickle, sash and door factories, pump and windmill 
factory and farming. The town contains four churches, high and 
public schools, public library, town hall, hydro-electric and power 
plant, and is the headquarters of the Beekeepers' Association. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Cooks- 
ville, Erindale, Dixie and Meadowvale. 

REVIEW AND PORT CREDIT HERALD, weekly; O. R. 
Church, editor and publisher; established 1846; independent; Thurs- 
day; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^2 inches. Circ'n ! 

SUDBURY, pop. 8,500, District of Sudbury, 264 miles N. of Toronto, 
442 miles W. of Montreal, on main line of C.P.R., at its junction 
with the Soo Line to St. Paul and Minneapolis and the Sudbury- 
Toronto Branch ; on Can. Nat. Ry. at its junction with the Sudbury - 
Toronto Branch, and on Algoma Eastern connecting with Mani- 
toulin Island; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : nickel, gold 
and copper mining, lumbering, flour mills, foundry and machine 
shops, brewery, sash and door factories and brick works. The sur- 
rounding country is rich in iron, nickel, copper, gold" and other 
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operations in the world, the production of nickel matte reaching an 
annual value of $7,500,000. Sudbury is the wholesale, banking 1 and 
professional centre of an extensive territory, and divisional head- 
quarters of the C. P. R. Its payroll is estimated at $4,000,000 per 
annum. The town contains public, separate and high schools and 
mining 1 institute, five churches and owns all its own public 
utilities. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Wahnapitae, Warren, Whitefish, Nairn Centre, Creighton 
Mine, Coniston, Victoria Mines, Worthington, Espanola and Chelms- 
ford. 

STAR, semi-weekly ; Sudbury Star Publishers, Ltd., publishers; ^ 
established 1908 ; independent ; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; eight pages and up, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept, 30, 1918, 3.OOO 

MINING NEWS, weekly; A. G. Templeton, publisher; estab- I 
lished 1894; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight to 
twelve pages, 7 col., zo inches. 

SUNDERLAND, pop. 600, Co. Ontario, on the C.P.R., Scarboro 
and Lornevil'.e line, 18 miles S.W. of Lindsay ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : planing and flour mills, machine shop, sand works 
and farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Cresswell, Pinedale, Sonya and Manilla. . / 

BROCK BANNER weekly; published in Cannington, as part 
of Ontario Gleaner. 

SUNDRIDGE, pop. 600, Co. Parry Sound, on the G. T. R,, 60 
miles N. of Bracebridge, 44 miles south of North Bay ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank at South River. Chief Industries : veneer, lath and basket 
factories, sawmills, lumbering and farming. The town contains four 
churches, three public schools, library and town hall. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : South River, 
Magnetawan, Eagle Lake and Trout Creek. 

ECHO, weekly; John Harper, publisher; established 1890; in- 
dependent; Thursday; subscription $1.25; four pages, 5 col., y 
18 inches. Circ'n % 

TARA, pop. 1,000, Co. Bruce, on Aux Sauble River and G.T.R., 30 
miles N. of Walkerton, 16 miles W. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : saw, barrel and stave mills, flour and 
woollen mills, sash and door factory, foundry, stock-raising and 
farming. The village contains four churches, free library, public 
hall, public and continuation schools, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Invermay, Arkwright, 
Allanford, Saugeen, Kilsyth, Mount Hope, Keady, Elsinore and 
Burgoyne. ^ 

LEADER, weekly ; H. A. Van Dusen & Son, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

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TAVISTOCK, pop. 1,200, Co. Oxford, on the G. T. R. (Buffalo and 
Goderich branch) 8 miles S.E. of Stratford, 15 miles N.W. of Wood- 
stock ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, flax and 
flour mills, furniture, stave and broom factories, dairying, stock-rais- 
ing and farming. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, 
five churches, four hotels, two garages and opera hall. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Braemar, Cassel, 
Hickson, Maplewood, Shakespeare, Bright, Baden, Fairview and 
Innerkip, 

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GAZETTE, weekly ; Lome W. Appel, publisher; established 
1895 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8OO 

TEESWA T ER, pop. 950, Co. Bruce, on Teeswater River and C. 
P. R., 1 6 miles S. W. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, foundry, tannery, carriage 
works, stock-raising and farming. The town contains seven churches, 
public schools, Carnegie library, two grain elevators and has electric 
light. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Formosa, Belmore, Riversdale, Langside, Whitechurch and 
Enniskillen. 

NEWS, weekly; The Fairbairn Publishing Co., publishers; ^ 
established 1865; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n ^ 

THAMESVILLE, pop. 900, Co. Kent, on River Thames, G. T. R., 
WabashandC.P.R., 16 > miles N.E. of Chatham; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : canning factory, saw and planing mills, brick and 
tile works, hub and spoke factory, flour mills, hog raising, poultry 
station, creamery and farming. The town contains five churches, 
continuation and public schools, public hall, opera house and public 
library, and has municipally owned electric light plant and water- 
works. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Kent Bridge, Wabash, Croton, Northwood, Selton, Thorn- 
cliffe, Clachan, Dante and Botany. 

HERALD, weekly; W. R. Davies, publisher; established 1887; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n 



THESSALON, pop. 2,700, Algoma District, on C. P. R. and north 
shore of Lake Huron, 49 miles E. of Sault Ste. Marie; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : agriculture, flour and gristmill, plan- 
ing mills, foundry and machine shops, mining and lumbering. The 
town contains, besides its stores, etc., five churches, hospital, a pub- 
lic and a high school, waterworks, two hotels and two theatres. The 
town owns its own electrical plant and water works. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Little Rapids, 
Day Mills, Walford Station, Algoma Mills, Desbarats, Dayton, Hil- 
ton, Sowerby, Wharncliffe, Dean Lake, Cockburn Island, Blind 
River and Iron Bridge. 

ALGOMA ADVOCATE, weekly; Duncan McMillan, publisher ; 
established 1888; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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THORN BURY, pop. 900, Co. Grey, on Beaver River, at its out- 
let into Georgian Bay, on the South Shore of Georgian Bay, and 
on G.T.R., 28 miles K. of Owen Sound and 12 miles W. of Colling- 
wood ; Tel., T., Ex., Rank. Chief Industries: flour and oatmeal 
mills, saw and shingle mills, basket, sash and door, box, wood 
alcohol and other factories, fruit packing-, apple growing and farming. 
The town contains five churches, schools, public library and three 
hotels and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Heathcote, Ravenna, Blan- 
tyre, Griersville, Redwing, Kimberley, Duncan and Rocklyn. 

REVIEW- HERALD, weekly; Beaver Valley Pub. Co., Limited, *J 
publishers; established 1872; independent; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., \g% inches. Circ'n i 

THOROLD, pop. 4,500, Co. Welland, on Welland Canal, G.T.R., 
and Niagara Falls, St. Catharines & Toronto Ry., 10 miles N. of 
Welland; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: pulp mills, flour 
and knitting mills, pulp board factory, stone quarries, cement works, 
foundries, saw mills, machine shops, glass works, paper mills, fruit 
growing and farming. The town contains four churches, high, 
public and separate schools, public library and public hall. It has 
an electric railway to St. Catharines and Merritton, Fonthill, Welland, 
Port Colborne, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. It is the centre of a rich 
agricultural territory and a large business is carried on in the flour 
milling. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Allanburgh, Port Robinson, Power Glen, Beaverdams, 
Stamford and Merritton. 

POST, semi- weekly ; Thompson and Son, publishers; established \/ 
1875; independent; Tuesday and Friday; subscription $1.50 ; four 
pages Tuesday, eight Friday, 6 col., 19?^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

TILBURY, pop. 1,703, Co. Kent, on M.C.R. and C.P.R., 80 miles S.W. 
of London, 34 miles E. of Windsor; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : grist and lumber mills, woodenware, stave and handle factories, 
auto top arid rubber cloth factories, canning factory and mixed farming. 
The town contains four churches, public and separate schools and 
three hotels, and has waterworks, hydro-electric light and natural gas. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Fletcher, Jeannette's Creek, Stoney Point, Valetta and Quinn. 

TIMES, weekly ; W. A. Shaw, editor and publisher ; established V/ 
1884 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 

6 col., 19^ inches. . Circ'n * + 

TILLSONBURG, pop. 3,iS5, Co. Oxford, on Big Otter Creek, 
M.C.R., G.T.R., Wabash and C.P.R., 112 miles S.W. of Toronto, 
26 miles S. of Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour, oat-meal, split pea and pot barley mills, milling machinery and 
shoe factories, milk condensing plant, apple evaporator, linen mills, 
carriage and harvest tool factories, brick works, farming and dairying. 
The town contains five churches, public and high schools, society 
hall, public hall, excellent water works and fire department. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Brownsville, Cornell, Courtland, Culloden, Corinth, Eden, Glen 
Meyer, Guysboro, Langton, Mount Elgin, New England, Dereham / 

Centre, Springford, Straffordville, Otterville, Verschoyle and Vienna. V/ 

LIBERAL, weekly; Aldrich and Johnston, publishers; estab- 
lished 1877 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i *{ ^/ 
See A dvt. Page 106. 

OBSERVER, AND FARMERS FIRESIDE COMPANION, 
weekly; Jno. Law & Co. , publishers; established 1863; conservative; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n i *( 
See A dvt. rage 88. 

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TIMMINS, pop. 5,000, District of Temiskaming-, on the Mattagami 
River and T. N. O. Ry. , 4^ miles W. of Porcupine, 75 miles N.W. ot 
Haileybury ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: gold mining, 
smelting and planing mills. The town contains $40,000 public 
school, $40,000 depot, fire, hall and theatre. It is the centre of the 
gold mining district. Surrounding towns and villager where no 
papers are published : Moneta, Schumacher, Porcupine, Porquis 
Junction and Iroquois Falls. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; Geo. Lake, publisher; established 1914; V 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 6 col. , 
19^ inches. Circ'n } 

TIMMINS AND PORCUPINE HERALD, weekly; Richard 
Brinton, publisher; established 1914; liberal; Saturday; subscrip- 
tipn $2.00 ; ten pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 107. 



TORONTO, pop. 541,000, Co. York, the capital of Ontario, on Lake 
Ontario and Toronto Bay, 333 miles -from Montreal, 169 miles from 
Sarnia, 229 miles from Detroit, 514 miles from Chicago, 118 miles 
from Buffalo, 565 miles from New York, 227 miles from North Bay, 
1236 miles from Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The Bay, 
sheltered by Toronto Island, affords an excellent harbor, from which 
passenger and freight boats run throughout the season of navigation 
to all lake and St. Lawrence River ports, Canadian and American. 
Toronto is a great railroad centre, with connections by C. P. R., 
G. T. R., C. N. R., T. & N. O. R., T. H. & B. Ry. and their various 
branches and connections with all the important centres on the 
continent. Over 200 freight and 135 passenger trains enter and leave 
the city daily. The Toronto Suburban Railway runs to Port Credit 
and connects with the Hamilton Electric Railway. Toronto & York 
Radial Railway runs from North Toronto to Lake Simcoe, and the 
Toronto and Scarboro' suburban line runs to West Hill, via the 
Kingston Road. The manufactures embrace nearly everything 
required by the public, a few of the more important being organs, 
pianos, boilers, building materials, agricultural implements, cast 
iron work of every description, furniture, machinery, bridge 
works, ships, steel and cast iron piping, paints, oils and varnishes, 
hardware and dry goods. It is estimated that the city's factories 
employ over 100,000 hands. Toronto is the second largest city in 
Canada, it is the Mecca of trade and commerce and a popular resort 
for tourists, the centre of Lake Passenger traffic and is an important 
. banking centre. Nine of Canada's chartered banks have their head 
offices and over 120 branches in the city, while 10 other banks have 
60 branches located here. 

The area within the city limits, as recently estimated by the City 
Engineer, is 32.59 square miles, not including the portion of the 
city land covered by water. There are 530 miles of streets and 
140 miles of lanes. The electric street car lines comprise over 
133 miles of tracks, and 700 cars are in daily use. There are 314 
miles of sewers arid 399 miles of water mains. The waterworks 
system cost $10,000,000 and the annual revenue ,oow exceeds 
$1,000,000. 



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Toronto is the educational centre of the Province and contains 
203 educational institutions, including the University of Toronto 
with its several federated or affiliated universities and colleges 
of different denominations. The following are some of the most 
important : Toronto and McMaster Universities ; Victoria, Knox, 
Wycliffe, St. Andrews, St. Michaels and Upper Canada Col- 
leges ; Royal College of Dental Surgeons, College of Pharmacy, 
Havergal, Moulton and St. Margaret's Ladies Colleges, Conserva- 
tory of Music and College of Music, Margaret Eaton School of Ex- 
pression, Technical High School, seventy-four public schools and seven 
high schools. There are seven public libraries in the city, containing 
185,988 volumes, including those of the Department of Education and 
the Law Society of Ontario, and that of the Ontario Government, 
containing 75,000 volumes. Toronto is the musical centre of the 
Dominion and boasts some very fine musical organizations. It is 
the home of many famous choirs such as Mendelssohn's, Schubert's, 
and the National Chorus. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra can 
scarcely be surpassed on the American continent. Toronto has many 
massive and handsome buildings, including the Parliament 
Buildings, Government House, City Hall, University of Toronto, 
Post Office, Customs House, Royal Ontario Museum, Asylum for 
the Insane, Mercer Reformatory, General HcJspital, Osgoode Hall, 
Normal School, I. O. F. and Masonic Temples, Confederation Life, 
Canada Life Assurance Co., Kent, Lumsden, Union Bank, Canadian 
Bank of Commerce, Standard, Dominion and Royal Bank Building. 

There are many charitable institutions and organizations, in 
eluding the Hospital for Sick Children, Boys' and Girls' Home, 
Homes for the Aged, General Hospital, Home for Incurables, 
House of Providence, Childrens' Shelter and the Notre Dame. 
The new General Hospital occupies an entire block comprising in all 
about ten acres, and is considered the most complete of its kind on the 
continent. Toronto is often called a city of homes, and is noted not 
only for its many fine residences but also for the uniformly com- 
fortable and attractive appearance of the residential sections. The 
city is well supplied with places of amusement, having 33 public 
parks, three beaches, free Zoological Gardens, an island devoted 
to summer amusements, a number of athletic fields, yachting, 
rowing and canoe clubs, 8 large theatres, and Massey Hall, seating 
5,000. It has a splendid police force with mounted contingent and 
an ambulance corps, and is lighted with gas and electricity. The 
hydro electric current for the street railway and for a large part ot 
the city lighting is brought from Niagara Falls. The lighting system 
is owned by the city and Toronto is one of the best illuminated 
cities on the continent. It has one of the best annual exhibitions in the 
world, held in grounds containing 264 acres and 73 permanent 
buildings. Main group of 12 buildings are steel, brick and concrete. 
Grounds, situated on shore of Lake Ontario extend along water-front 
for upwards of one mile, and when not in use for Exhibition purposes, 
form a magnificent public park and playground. The grandstand is 
of steel, reinforced concrete and brick, 725 feet in length, and has 
chair seating capacity of 16,800. The "Exhibition City" has paved 
streets and its own electric lighting plant of 30,000 lamps. It has a 
permanent population during the time of the Exhibition of 15,000 
people. There are 256 churches and some 50 missions in the city, over 
56,000 telephones and 200 hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Leslieville, Davisville, Mimico, 
Carleton, Woodbridge, Chester, Downsview, Davenport, Lambton 
Mills, Doncaster, Scarboro and Scarboro Junction, Don, Willowdale, 
Agincourt, Elmbank, Patterson, Cooksville and Maple. 

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GLOBE, every morning except Sunday; Globe Printing Co., 
publishers, W. G. Jaffray, President; Wm. Findlay, advertising 
manager; cor. Yonge and Melinda Sts. ; established 1844; liberal; 
subscription $4.00 by mail, $5.00 in city; twelve to eighteen pages, 
Saturday twenty to thirty-six pages, 8 col., 2\] inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 83,579f 

Advt. The Globe's net paid circulation for January, IQIQ, was 87,128, of which 
84% was in Toronto or within 150 miles, and 96% was in the Province of Ontario. 
This radius comprises the richest and most productive area in Canada in manufacturing 
intensive agriculture and fruit growing. The Globe has been the undisputed leader 
in this field for seventy-five years. See Advts. Pages 16 and 17. 

MAIL AND EMPIRE, every morning except Sunday; Mail 
Printing Co., publishers, W. J. Douglas, general manager, cor. 
King and Bay Sts.; established 1872 ; conservative ; subscription 
$5.09 ; fourteen to eighteen pages, Saturday twenty to thirty-two 
pages, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 7O,144f 

Advt. The Mail and Empire, a high-class morning neivspaper, has more than 
doubled its circulation in ten years ; largest circulation in the City of Toronto of any 
morning newspaper ; member A. B.C. For rates and full information see A dvt. 
Pages 14 and 75. 

STAR, every evening except Sunday; Star Ptg. and Pub. Co. 
of Toronto, Ltd., publishers, J. E. Atkinson, president, 18-20 King 
St. W. ; established 1892 ; independent-liberal ; subscription $6.00 ; 
sixteen to thirty-two pages, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 81,O34f 

WEEKLY, (Sunday edition of Daily) established 1910; independ- 
ent-liberal ; Saturday; subscription $2.00; thirty-six pages and 
illustrated supplement, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 63,O45f 

Advt. The Daily Star s circulation (A. B. C. audit )_for twelve months ending 
Sept. joth, H)i8, was 81,034 nf t daily. The field covered is solely Toronto and On- 
tario, the richest and most thickly populated district in the Dominion of Canada. 
The national advertiser should make it his first choice when desiring to cover this 
territory. The Star carried 487,880 lines more display advertising than any otlier 
Toronto daily, and 6#i% of the entire display of the three morning newspapers com- 
bined, during 10,18. The Star Weekly is the Sunday edition, and has a net paid 
(.A. B. C. Audit) circulation of over 77,000 at time of this book going to press. This 
is Toronto's high grade five-cent Sunday paper. See Advt. Page 21. 

TELEGRAM, every evening except Sunday; The J. Ross 
Robertson Estate, publishers; cor. Melinda and Bay Sts. ; estab- 
lished 1876; independent; subscription $3.00; sixteen to thirty-two 
pages, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 85,829f 

Advt. The circulation of the Evening Telegram is the greatest of all the Toronto 
papers and is due entirely to its merits as a newspaper. The Telegram has never 
offered premiums, held circulation contests, given coupons, or used any methods to 
force circulation. See Advt. Page 18. 

TIMES, every evening except Sunday; The Toronto Times, 
Limited, publishers ; 105 Bay St. ; established 1919; conservative; 
subscription $6.00 in City, $2.50 by mail ; sixteen to thirty-two 
pages, 8 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 43^ 

Advt. The Toronto Times, on March ist, 1910, purchased the property of the 
Toronto Daily News and is now issuing a greatly improved p'aper. The Times 
will be an important factor in securing results for advertisers in Toronto and the 
prosperous Province of Ontario. See Advl. Page 20. 

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WORLD, every morning' except Sunday ; World Newspaper Co., 
of Toronto, Ltd., publishers, Richmond St. West; established 1880; 
independent-conservative ; subscription $5.00 in City, $4.00 by mail; 
twelve to eighteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-efor 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918 3O,824*t 

SUNDAY WORLD, established 1891 ; subscription $2.50; forty 
to sixty pages, including 1 illustrated supplement, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for i 2 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 82,949*f 

Advt. Whether you are a manufacturer in Moncton, a wholesaler in Montreal, 
or a retail grocer in Toronto, the rates for advertising in the Daily and Sunday World 
are the same. There is one price to everybody, and ve not you pay the agency 
commission. See Advt. Page 10. 

HEBREW JOURNAL, Mornings Monday to Friday inclusive 
and Saturday evening, Can. Jewish Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1912; independent; subscription $5.00; six to eight 
pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

See Advt. Page 104. 

VARSITY, tri-weekly; Students- Administration Council, publish- 
ers; established 1867; college; Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 
last forms close Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday p. m. ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 16*4 inches. 

CANADIAN BAPTIST, weekly ; Standard Publishing Co., 
publishers, W. J. McKay, B.D. , LL. D., editor and manager, 
223 Church St.; established 1854; religious, Baptist; Thursday; 
last forms close Monday p.m; subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, 4 
col., 13^ inches. Circ'n 6)4 

See Advt. Page 99. 

CANADIAN CHURCHMAN, weekly; Canadian Churchman 
Ltd., publishers, 613 Continental Life Building; established 1871; 
religious, Church of England ; Thursday ; last forms close Tuesday 
noon ; subscription $1.50 ; sixteen pages, 4 col., i2}4 inches. 

Circ'n 4^ 

CANADIAN CONGREGATION ALIST, weekly; Rev. E. D. 
Silcox, editor and manager; established 1855 ; religious, Congrega- 
tional ; Thursday; last forms close Tuesday; subscription $1.25; 
sixteen pages, 3 col., 9 inches. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN COUNTRYMAN, weekly; Canadian Countryman 
Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1912; agricultural; 
Saturday; last forms close id days previous; subscription $1.00 ; 
thirty-two to forty-four pages, 4 col., 9 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averagefor 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 30,995*t 
See Advt. Page 88. 

CANADIAN ENGINEER, weekly; The Monetary Times 
Printing Co., publishers; established 1893; civil engineering and 
contracting ; Thursday ; last forms close ten days previous; sub- 
scription $3.00; seventy-six pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2 1 2 

Also publish Monetary Times. 

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CANADIAN FARM, weekly; Farm Press Ltd., publishers, 
181 Simcoe Street; established 1909; agricultural ; Wednesday; last 
forms close Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty to twenty-four 
pages, 3 or 4 col., 14 % inches. 

Note A weekly Market Issue is also published on Friday of each 
week and mailed to subscribers in Canada and Newfoundland. 
Suitable advertising is accepted for this edition. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 24,635*t 

Advt. As seen through the eyes of the readers, Canadian Farm is a champion 
of the farmer's interests -sane in its educational viewpoint, a leader in agriculture, 
a moulder of opinion among farmers. The Market Issue, commenced Oct. 12, 1017, 
with a view of rendering increased service to all subscribers, has added increased 
stability to the circulation of Canadian Farm. Guaranteed net average 26,000; 
present circulation 30,000. See Advt. Page 132. 

CANADIAN GROCER, weekly; Maclean Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Ave. ; established 1886; 
groceries, provisions, and all food stuffs; Friday; last forms close 
Tuesday p.m. ; subscription $3.00; sixty-four pages and upwards, 3 
col., 10 inches. Circ'n 



Also publish Dry Goods Review, Men's Wear Revieiv, Hardware 
and Metal, Printer and Publisher, Bookseller and Stationer, 
Financial Post, Canadian Machinery, Afar me Engineering of 
Canada, Sanitary Engineer, Pozver House, Canadian Foundry man, 
Canadian Alotor Tractor and Implement Trade Journal, 
Farmer's Magazine and MacLearis Magazine. 

See Advt. Page ijj 

CANADIAN HARDWARE JOURNAL, weekly, Commercial 
Press, Limited, publishers ; established 1909 ; hardware trade ; 
Tuesday; last forms close Friday; subscription $1.00; twenty 
pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publish Canadian Manufacturer, etc. 

CANADIAN INSURANCE, weekly ; Stone and Cox, publish- 
ers ; established 1905 ; insurance ; Wednesday; last forms close 
Monday p.m. ; subscription $2.00; sixteen pages, 3 col., ioX inches. 

CANADIAN MACH II NERY& MANUFACTURER'S NEWS, 
weekly ; Maclean Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers, 143- 153 Univer- 
sity Avenue; established 1905; manufacturing interests, covering 
mechanical, power and foundry fields ; Thursday ; last forms close 
Monday; subscription $3,00 ; one hundred and four to one hundred 
and sixty-eight pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 
See Advt. Page ijj 

CANADIAN OBSERVER, weekly; J. R. B. Whitney, publisher; 
established 1914 ; interests of Colored People of Canada ; Saturday ; 
last forms close Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 
15 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 11,5OO 

CATHOLIC REGISTER AND CANADIAN EXTENSION, 
weekly ; The Catholic Church Extension Society of Canada, pub- 
lishers, 1 19 Wellington St. W. ; established 1910; religious, Roman 
Catholic; Thursday; last forms close Tuesday nooir; subscription 
$1.50; eight to ten pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 13 

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CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN, weekly; Methodist Book and Pub- 
lishing: House, publishers, 33 Richmond St. W., Rev. W. B. Creigh- 
ton, B. A. , D.D. , editor, Rev. W. Briggs, D.D., business manager; 
established 1829 ; religious, Methodist ; Wednesday ; last forms 
close Friday; subscription $1.50; twenty-four and thirty-two pages, 
3 col., 1 1 \ inches. Circ'n 21 X 

Also publish Adult Class, Youth and Service, Sunday School 
Banner, and Senior f-ierean Lesson Quarterly. 

Advt. The Christian Guardian is the best mail order medium published in Canada 
Quality circulation. See Advt. Page 131. 

CONTRACT RECORD, AND ENGINEERING REVIEW, 
weekly ; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd., publishers, 347 Adelaide St. West ; 
established 1886 ; contracting, engineering, etc. ; Wednesday ; 
last form closes Saturday; subscription $2.00 ; eighty pages and 
upwards, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Canada Lumberman, Electrical News, Footwear 
in Canada and The Sailor. 

EAST AND WEST, weekly; Rev. R. Douglas Fraser, editor, 
Presbyterian Publications, publishers; established 1903; Presby- 
terian; Saturday; last forms close two weeks previous; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents ; eight pages, 4 col., 13*-^ inches. Circ'n 

Also publish Pathfinder, Teacher's Monthly, Home Study Quar- 
terly, Intermediate Quarterly and Junior Quarterly. 

FARM AND DAIRY, weekly. See Peterborough. 

FARMER'S SUN, weekly; The Farmers' Publishing Co., 
Limited, publishers; established iSgi; agricultural; Tuesday; last 
forms close Monday p.m.; subscription $1.00; twelve pages, 8 col., 
z\ l /t inches. Circ'n 17 

FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA, weekly; Maclean Pub- 
lishing Co. Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Ave. ; established 
1907 ; financial ; Saturday; last forms close Friday a.m.; subscrip- 
tion $3.00 ; sixteen to twenty pages, 6 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n 6tf 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page /jj. 

HARDWARE AND METAL, weekly; Maclean Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Ave. ; established 1889; hard- 
ware and allied trades ; Saturday ; last forms close Wednesday ; 
subscription $3.00 ; ninety-six pages and up, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page 133. 

INDUSTRIAL BANNER, weekly ; Labor Educational 
Publishers, Ltd., publishers ; established 1892 ; labor ; Friday ; 
last forms close Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; six to eight pages, 
7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n 19 

JACK CANUCK, weekly; Jack Canuck Publishing Co. Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1911; independent ; Saturday ; last forms close 
Thursday; subscription $2.00; twenty-four pages, 4 col., 13 inches. 

MONETARY TIMES, weekly; Monetary Times Printing Co., 
62 Church St., publishers ; established 1867 ; finance, insurance and 
commerce ; Friday ; last forms close two weeks previous; subscrip- 
tion $3.00 ; forty-eight pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. Circ'n 5 

Also publish Canadian Engineer. 

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OIMCE-A-WEEK, weekly; Once -a -Week Co., publishers; 
established 1895; independent- conservative; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; six to ten pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

ONTARIO GAZETTE, weekly; Ontario Government Official 
Gazette, printed by Methodist Book and Publishing 1 House, 299 
Queen Street, W. 

Inserts only Government advertisements. 

PIONEER, weekly ; Dominion Alliance, publishers; established 
1901 ; social progress and moral reform ; Friday ; last forms close 
Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 4 col., 14 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 23,6O5* 
See Advt. Page 87. 

PRESBYTERIAN AND WESTMINSTER, weekly; with 
special monthly magazine number; The Westminster Co. Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1896 ; religious and literary, Presbyterian ; 
Thursday ; last forms close Tuesday; subscription $2.00 ; thirty- 
two pages, 3 col., 10^ inches. Circ'n 10^ 

See Advt. Page 104. 

RECORD, weekly; Saturday; the record paper of the Wilson 
List of Rural Newspapers. 

RIVERDALE LEADER, weekly; Thompson Bros., publishers; 
local ; Thursday ; distribution free ; four pages, 6 col. , 20 inches. 

(Distribution free) Circ'n 4 

SATURDAY NIGHT, weekly; Saturday Night Ltd., publishers, 
Frederick Paul, editor; established 1887; literary, illustrated; 
Saturday ; last forms close 2nd Thursday previous ; subscription 
$3.00; thirty-two pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 34,978*t 

SENTINEL, weekly; Sentinel Publishing Co., publishers, 37 
and 39 McCaul St. ; established 1874; Protestant; Thursday; last 
forms close Tuesday; subscription $1.50 ; twelve pages, 8 col. 21 ^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 20,674*t 
See Advt. Page fg. 

STATESMAN , weekly; The Statesman, publishers, 26 Adelaide 
St. West; established 1918; liberal; Saturday; subscription $2.00; 
sixteen pages, 2 wide col., 10^ inches. Circ'n, 9^ 

See Advt. Page in. 

TIMES, weekly ; W. N. Wilkinson, editor and publisher, 149 
Morrison Ave. ; established 1914 ; local ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

WAR CRY, weekly; Salvation Army, publishers, 16 Albert St.; 
established 1883; religious, organ of Salvation Army; Saturday; 
subscription $1.50 ; sixteen pages, 4 col., 13^ inches. 

Inserts only Salvation Army advertisements. 
Also publish Young Soldier. 

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WILSON LIST OF RURAL NEWSPAPERS, record paper 
"Toronto Record," a list of about 175 country weeklies ; Wilson 
Publishing Co. of Toronto, Ltd., publishers, 73-81 Adelaide St. W. ; 
established 1872 ; inside or outside pages are printed in Toronto, 
and the balance by each individual publisher. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 140,881* 

Advt.--The great connecting- link between the advertiser and the farm and small 
town homes of Ontario. Average weekly circulation of each newspaper on the Wilson 
List for /9/c was 828 (sworn statement ). The use of this list saves advertisers 99% 
in cost of printing plates and fully 50% in space rates. See Advt. Page 142. 

YOUNG SOLDIER, weekly; Salvation Army, publishers, 16 
Albert St. ; established 1888 ; religious, Salvation Army Juvenile ; 
subscription 75 cents; sixteen pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. 

Inserts only Salvation Army advertisements. 
Also publish War Cry 

JEWISH LABOR GAZETTE, weekly; Jewish Labor Gazette 
Publishing Association, publishers; established 1866; independent; 
subscription $1.00; six pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

LA TRIBUNA CANADIANA, Italian, weekly; Harry Corti, 
publisher ; established 1907 ; conservative ; Saturday ; last forms 
close Friday, 8 a.m.; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n 5 

CANADIAN COURIER, bi-weekly ; Courier Press, Limited, 
publishers ; Augustus Bridle, editor ; established 1906 ; literary, 
illustrated ; alternate Saturdays ; last form closes 12 days previous; 
subscription $1.00; twenty-eight to thirty-six pages, 4 cdl., 13 
inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 47,267*t 

See Advt. Page 132. 
CANADIAN FLORIST, bi-weekly; see Peterborough. 

CANADA LUMBERMAN AND WOODWORKER, semi- 
monthly; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd., publishers, 347 Adelaide St. 
West ; established 1879 ; lumber and woodworking trade ; ist and 
1 5th of month; last forms close 28th and 1 2th of month; subscription 
$2.00 ; seventy-two pages, 2 or 3 col., 12 inches. " 

Also publish Contract Record, Electrical A r ews, Footicear in 
Canada and The Sailor. 

CANADIAN FORWARD, semi-monthly; Social Democratic 
Party of Canada, publishers ; established 1908; socialist; loth and 
24th of month; forms close 8th and 22nd of month; subscription 
Si.oo; eight pages, 4 col. ,15 inches. Circ'n 12 

CANADIAN TEACHER, semi-monthly ; Educational Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1897; educational ; ist and I5th 
of month; last forms close I5th and ist of month; subscription $1.25; 
sixty-eight pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 654 

ELECTRICAL NEWS AND ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 

semi-monthly ; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd., publishers, 347 Adelaide St. 
West ; established 1883 ; electrical and engineering ; ist and i5th 
of month ; last forms close 27th and nth of month; subscription 
$2.00; sixty-eight pages up, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish Canada Lumberman, Contract Record, Footwear in 
Canada and The Sailor. 

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FARMER'S MAGAZINE, semi-monthly ; MacLean Publishing 
Co., Limited, publishers, 143-153 University Ave. ; established 
1910; agricultural; ist and i5th of month; last forms close 25th 
and 8th of month; subscription $1.50; forty pages and up ; 3 col., 
10 inches. Circ'n 35! 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page 133. 

POWER HOUSE, semi-monthly; MacLean Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Avenue; established 1907; 
power; 5th and 2oth of month; last forms close i2th and i5th of 
month; subscription $1.00; eighty-eight pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n 2 l /2 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page fjj.. 

SANITARY ENGINEER, PLUMBER AND STEAMFITTER, 
semi-monthly; Maclean Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers, 143-153 
University Ave. ; established 1907 ; plumbing trade ; ist and i5th 
of month; last forms close 27th and i2th of month; subscription 
$1.00 ; forty pages and up ; 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page ijj. 

SHOE AND LEATHER JOURNAL, semi-monthly; Acton 
Publishing Co. Ltd. , publishers ; established 1888 ; shoe and leather 
trade; ist and I5th of month; last forms close 4 days previous; 
subscription $1.50 ; sixty pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Baker and Confectioner and Furniture Journal. 

ACT A VICTORIAN A, monthly during collegiate year; Union 
Literary Society of Victoria College, University of Toronto, publish- 
ers ; established 1875; college; i5th of month; last forms close ist 
of month; subscription $1.25; eighty pages, i wide col., 6^ inches. 

Circ'n % 

1 ADULT CLASS, monthly; Methodist Book and Publishing 
House, publishers ; established 1910 ; Methodist, Sunday School ; 
subscription 45 cents ; thirty-two pages, 2 col. , 8 inches. 

Also publish Christian Guardian, etc. 

Does not print Advertisements. 

AVIATION NEWS,, monthly; Adam F. Penton, publisher; 
established 1918; aviation; 25th of month; forms close loth of month; 
subscription $1.00; thirty-six pages, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. 

Also publish Canadian Motor Boat. 

BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, monthly; Acton Pub- 
lishing Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1889; trade; 5th of month; 
last forms close ist of month"; subscription $1.50; seventy pages, 2 
wide col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Shoe and Leather Journal, etc. 

BANK DIRECTORY OF CANADA, monthly; Houston's 
Standard Publications, publishers ; established 1901 ; banking ; 
ist of month; last forms close loth of month; subscription $4.00; two 
hundred and forty-two pages, size 6x8. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,511* 

BAPTIST VISITOR, monthly ; The Women's^ Baptist Home 
Mission Board, publishers; established 1889; missionary; 2Oth of 
month ; subscription 25 cents ; twelve to thirty -two pages, 2 col., 
8^ inches. Circ'n 7^ 

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EQUIPMENT JOURNAL, monthly ; Maclean Publishing Co. Ltd., 
publishers, 143-153 University Avenue; established 1884; book, 
stationery and associated trades; 4th of "month; last forms close 
2gth of month; subscription $1.00 ; fifty-six pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n i 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advl. Page 133. 

BULLETIN, monthly ; The Bulletin Publishing Co. of Toronto, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; insurance and finance ; ist of 
month ; last forms close 25th of month; subscription $2.00 ; twenty- 
eight pages, 2 col., 9% inches. Circ'n \% 

BULLETIN OF THE ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, monthly; 
Canadian Army Medical Corps, Training Depot No. 2, publishers, 
84 Victoria street ; established 1918; medical and military ; sub- 
scription $1.00; thirty-two pages, 2 wide col., 10^ inches. 

CANADA AND INDIA, monthly ;' Canada-India League, 
publishers ; established 1915 ; independent ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. 

CANADA LANCET, monthly; The Ontario Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1867 ; medical ; ist of month ; last 
forms close 2oth of month; subscription $2.00; sixty-four pages, i 
wide col., 8 inches. Circ'n 2)4 

Also publish Canadian Magazine. 

CANADA LAW JOURNAL, monthly; Canada Law Book Co., 
publishers ; legal ; subscription $5.00 ; forty-eight pages, i and 2 
col., 8 inches. 

CANADIAN BOY BUILDER, monthly; Boys' Work Division, 
National Council Y. M. C. A., publishers; established 1918; boys' 
interests and boy leadership; subscription 5oc. ; sixteen pages, 3 
col., 9^4 inches. 

CANADIAN BUILDER, monthly; Commercial Press, Limited, 
publishers; established 1913; building trade; gth of month; last 
forms close 6th of month ; subscription $1.00 , twenty pages, 2 wide 
col., 10 inches. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Canadian Manufacturer, etc. 

CANADIAN CHEMICAL JOURNAL, monthly; Biggar 
Press Ltd., publishers ; Confederation Life Bldg. ; established 1917; 
scientific; 25th of previous month; last forms close 22nd of previous 
month; subscription $2.00; fifty-two pages, 2 col., 7 x 10 inches. 

Circ'n \% 

CANADIAN CIGAR AND TOBACCO JOURNAL, monthly; 

H. Gagniar, Ltd., publishers ; established 1894 ; manufacturing and 
wholesale tobacco trade ; ist of month ; forms close 25th of month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; fifty-eight pages and upwards, 2 wide col., 10 
inches. Circ'n i# 

Also publish Canadian Optometrist and Optician, Clothier and 
Haberdasher, Construction, Dominion Dental Journal, Motor 
Magazine, Motor Trade, leader and Canadian Jeweler and 
Women 's Wear. 

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CANADIAN DRUGGIST, monthly; W. J. Dyas Pub. Co. 
Ltd., publishers, 33 Richmond St. W. ; established 1889; drug trade; 
5th of month; last forms close ist of month; subscription $1.00 ; 
fifty-six pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Sworn Cirt'n average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,825 

Also publish Canadian Harness Journal. 

See Advt. Page 65. 

CANADIAN FOUNDRY MAN, monthly; Maclean Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers, i43- J 53 University Avenue ; established, 1909; 
foundry and allied interests; 7th of month; last forms close ist of 
month ; subscription $1.00; sixty-four pages, 3 col. , 10 inches. Circ'n i 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page ijj. 

CANADIAN FURNITURE WORLD AND UNDER- 
TAKER, monthly; Commercial Press Limited, publishers; estab- 
lished 1911 ; furniture and undertaking ; 2nd of month ; last forms 
close zgth of month ; subscription $1.00; sixty-eight pages, 2 col., 
10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Manufacturer, etc. Circ'n \% 

CANADIAN HARNESS JOURNAL, monthly; W. J. Dyas 
Pub. Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1890; harness trade; I5th 
of month ; last forms close 5th of month ; subscription $1.00; thirty- 
six pages, 2 wide col. , 10 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3.7OO 

Also publish Canadian Druggist. 

CANADIAN HOMEJOURNAL, monthly ; Canadian Woman's 
Magazine Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers, William G. Rook, presi- 
dent and managing editor, 71-81 Richmond St. W. ; established 1904; 
household; ist of month; last forms close 2Oth of month ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; 64 pages and upwards, 3 and 4 col., 14 inches. 

Circ'n zS^t 

CANADIAN HORTICULTURIST, monthly. See Peter- 
borough. 

CANADIAN IMPLEMENT TRADE AND POWER FAR- 
MING, monthly ; Vehicle Trade Publishers Ltd. , publishers ; estab- 
lished 1900; agricultural implement, vehicle trade and mechanical 
power ; I5th of month ; last forms close 5th of month ; $1.00; 
(Power Farming published within same covers but as separate sec- 
tion) thirty pages in all ; 3 col., 7 1-3 inches. Circ n 7^ 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SUR- 
GERY, monthly; W. A. Young, M.D., publisher, 145 College St.; 
established 1897; last forms close i5th of month previous; medi- 
cal ; subscription $2.00 ; sixty to one hundred pages, i and 2 col., 
8 inches. Circ'n 6^ 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MUSIC, monthly; Canadian 
Journal of Music, Ltd., publishers, 186, Bedford Road ; established 
1914 ; musical life; ist. of month; last forms close 2oth of month; 
subscription $1.00; sixteen pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n a 

CANADIAN LAW TIMES, monthly, and occasionally semi- 
monthly, about 13 issues in a year; The Carswell Co. Ltd., pub- 
lishers, 19 Duncan Street ; established 1881 ; legal ; subscription 
$5.00 ; one thousand pages and upwards a year, 6 x 9^ inches. 

Circ'n ^ 

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CANADIAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Ontario Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers, T. H. Best, managing- director ; established 1893 ; 
literary, illustrated ; 2oth preceding month ; last forms close loth 
preceding month ; subscription $2.50 ; one hundred and eight 
pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 18^ 

Also publish Canada Lancet. 

Adi't. The Canadian Magazine has stood the test of time. Over 36 years old. 
Manufacturers add prestige to their campaign by advertising in it . I fort hy goods 
should bt advertised in a high-class medium. A National campaign is not complete 
without The Canadian. Sample copy and rate card sent on request. See Advt. 
Page 1 16. 

CANADIAN MANHOOD, monthly except July and August ; 
National Council Y.M.C.A., publishers; established 1914; Y M.C.A. ; 
ist of month; last forms close loth of month previous; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; twenty-four pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n 



CANADIAN MANUFACTURER, monthly; Commercial 
Press, Ltd., publishers ; established 1880 ; manufacturing ; 29th 
of preceding month ; last forms close 25th of preceding month ; 
subscription $ i. oo; sixty-eight pages, 2 col. , ro inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publish Canadian Furniture World and Undertaker, 
Canadian Hard-ware Journal, Electrical Dealer and Contractor, 
Motoring, Retail Druggist of Canada and Retail Grocer and 
Provisioner. 

CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL, 

monthly; Morang and Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1916; 
medical ; ist of month; last forms close isth of month; subscription 
$5.00; ninety-six pages, i col., 8x5 inches. 

CANADIAN MOTOR BOAT, monthly; Canadian Motor 
Boat, Ltd., publishers, Adam F. Penton, president and treasurer; 
official journal of the Canadian Association of Boat Manufacturers 
and the Aero Club of Canada ; established 1910 ; motor boat and 
aviation interests of Canada and the British possessions ; 25th ot 
month; last forms close loth of month; subscription $1.00; ninety- 
two pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 7 

Also publish Aviation News. 

CANADIAN MOTORIST, monthly; Ontario Motor League, 
pubishers ; established 1914; motoring; ist of month; last forms 
close i5th of month; subscription $1.00; 70 pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 6,331*1 

THE CANADIAN MOTOR TRACTOR AND IMPLE- 
MENT TRADE JOURNAL, monthly; The MacLean Publishing 
Co. .Limited, publishers; established 1919; trade; subscription $2.00; 
forty-eight pages, 4 col., 12^ inches. 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page /jj. 

CANADIAN MUSIC TRADES JOURNAL, monthly; 
Fullerton Pub. Co., publishers; established 1900; music trades ; i5th 
of month; last forms close 7th of month; subscription $2.00; eighty 
pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i# 

CANADIAN OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN, monthly, 
H. Gagnier, Limited, publishers; established 1919; optical trade; 
2oth of month previous; last forms close I2th of month previous; 
subscription $2.00; thirty-six pages, 7> inches by 5 inches. 

Also publish Can. Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

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CANADIAN PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly; 
Pharmaceutical Publishing- Co. of Toronto, Ltd., publishers, 1204 
Queen St. W.; established 1868; drugs ; i5th of month ; last forms 
close i2th of month; subscription $1.00 ; forty-eig-ht pages, 2 wide 
col., 8% inches. Circ'n itf 

CANADIAN POULTRY REVIEW, monthly ; H. B. Dono- 
van, editor and publisher, 184 Adelaide St. W. ; established 1877; 
poultry raising; ist of month; last forms close 22nd of month; sub- 
scription 75 cents; thirty-two to fifty-six pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

Circ'n i6# 

CANADIAN PRACTITIONER AND REVIEW, monthly ; 

Practitioner Publishing Co., publishers, 41 Queen St., East ; estab- 
lished 1876; medical; ist of month; last forms close 25th of month; 
subscription $2.00; eighty to one hundred pages, i wide col., 7^ 
inches. 

CANADIAN RAILWAY AND MARINE WORLD, monthly ; 
Acton Burrows Ltd., publishers, 70 Bond St. ; established 1898 ; 
steam and electric railway, marine and canal contractors' interests ; 
ist of month ; last forms close loth of month; subscription $2.00 ; 
one hundred and eight pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^f 

CLOTHIER AND HABERDASHER, monthly , H. Gagnier, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1900 ; clothing, hat and men's furnish- 
ing trades ; ist of month ; last forms close 25th of month; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; eighty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publish Can. Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

CONSTRUCTION, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1900 ; building trades ; last forms close 8th of month, 
subscription $3.00 ; seventy-two pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n i 

Also publish Can. Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

DOMINION DENTAL JOURNAL, monthly; H. Gagnier, 
Ltd., publishers; established 1868; dental; ist of month; last forms 
close 5th of month; subscription $2.00 ; sixty pages, 7^ inches by 5 
inches. Circ'n i# 

Also publish Can. Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

DOMINION INDEPENDENT ODDFELLOW, monthly; 
W. S. Johnston, publisher, Adelaide St. W. ; established 1898; 
Oddfellowship ; ist of month ; last forms close last day of month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixteen to twenty-four pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

DOMINION MEDICAL MONTHLY, monthly; George 
Elliott, publisher; established 1893 ; medical; 1 5th of month ; last 
forms close ist of month; subscription $2.00; fifty-six pages, i or 
2 col., 7^ inches. 

DRY GOODS REVIEW, monthly; Maclean Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers; 143-153 University Avenue; established 1889; 
dry goods, ready-to-wear clothing, dress fabrics, etc. ; 7th of 
month; last forms close 4th of month; subscription $2.00; one hun- 
dred and twelve pages and up ; 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 
See Advt. Page 133 

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ECONOMIST, monthly; Economist- Printing & Publishing: Co. 
of Toronto, Ltd., publishers, 180 Adelaide St. West; established 
1886 ; banking-, insurance and finance ; isth of month ; last forms 
closi- 25! h of month; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-four to thirty-two 
pag-es, 2 col., 9^ inches. 

ELECTRICAL DEALER AND CONTRACTOR, monthly ; 
Commercial Pivss, Ltd., publishers; established 1914; electrical 
trade ; i8th of previous month ; last forms close i6th of previous 
month; subscription $1.00; twenty-eig-ht pag-es, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Manufacturer, etc. Circ'n fa 

EVERYWOM AN'S WORLD, monthly ; Continental Pub. Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established '1913; literary, women and home; 
last forms close i8th month preceding-; subscription $2.00 ; 
fifty-two to sixty-four pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, lO4,4O2f 
Also publish Everyzvoman' s Xeedlecraft Companion. 

FOOTWEAR I N CANADA, monthly ; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd. , 
publishers, 347 Adelaide St. West; established 1912; trade; loth 
of month; last forms close 8th of month; subscription $1.00; seventy- 
eight pages, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publish Contract Record, Electrical News, Canada Lumber- 
man and The Sailor. 

FORESTER, monthly; official organ of I.O.F., Temple Building; 
established 1881 ; fraternal; ist of month; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 3 col., 1 1 inches. 

FREEMASON, monthly; Cowan & Co., publishers, J. W. 
Cowan, editor; established 1881; masonic ; 25th of month; last 
forms close 2oth of month; subscription $1.00; twenty pages, 3 col., 
9 inches. 

FURNITURE JOURNAL, monthly; Acton Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1894 ; trade; 25th of month previous; 
subscription $1.50; sixty-six pages up, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Baker and Confectioner, etc. 

HOSPITAL WORLD, (incorporating The Journal of Prei>en- 
tive Medicine'), monthly ; The Hospital World, publishers ; W. A. 
Young, M.D., L.R.C.P., Managing Editor, 145 College St. ; estab- 
lished 1912 ; hospital interests ; ist of month; last forms close I5th 
of month previous; subscription $3.00; eighty pages, 2 col., 7^" 
inches. 

INDUSTRIAL CANADA, monthly; Canadian Manufacturers' 
Association, publishers ; established 1900 ; manufacturing ; 5th of 
month ; last forms close 25111 of month previous; subscription $2.00 ; 
one hundred and forty-eight pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL REVIEW, monthly t F. 
McPhillips, editor and publisher ; established 1905; insurance, banking 
and finance; i5th of month; last forms close 1 3th of month; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; twenty-four to forty pages, 2 col., 9^ inches. 

Circ'n 2% 

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KHAKI CALL, monthly; Army and Navy Veterans in Canada, 
publisher ; established 1916; official organ of the Army and Navy 
Veterans in Canada; 2oth of month; subscription $1.00; thirty-two 
pages, 4 col., li}4 inches. 

KENNELAND BENCH, monthly ; Canadian Kennel Club, 
publishers; established 1913; dogs; last week of month ; last forms 
close 2oth of month previous; subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, 
3 col., 9 inches. Circ'n i >( 

LIFE UNDERWRITERS' NEWS, monthly; Life Under- 
writers' Association of Canada, publishers ; established 1914 ; life 
insurance; 2oth of month; last forms close i2th of month; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; thirty-six pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

LORD'S DAY ADVOCATE, monthly ; Lord's Day Alliance 
of Canada, publishers; established 1903; Lord's Day preservation; 
subscription 50 cents ; twelve pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

Does not print advertisements. 

MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE, monthly; MacLean Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Ave.; established 1896; 
literary ; ist of month; last forms close loth of month; subscription 
$2.00; eighty pages and up, 4 col. , 12 14 inches. 

Circ'n 70! 

Also publish Can. Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page zjj. 

McMASTER UNIVERSITY MONTHLY, monthly during 
college year (eight-issues in all) ; Literary Society of the University, 
publishers; established 1891 ; college; 25th of month; last forms 
close loth of month : subscription $1.00; sixty-four pages, i and 
2 col., 7 inches. 

MARINE ENGINEERING OF CANADA, monthly; MacLean 
Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Ave. ; established 
1910 ; marine engineering ; 24th of month ; last forms close iSth 
of month; subscription $2.00; eighty pages, 3 col. , 10 inches. 

Circ'n \}/z 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page 133. 

MARKETING AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, (for- 

merly "Economic Advertising"), monthly; W. A. Lydiatt, pub- 
lisher, 53 Yonge Street; established 1908 ; commercial ; subscription 
$2.00; forty-eight pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i^ 

MASONIC SUN, monthly ; Masonic Publishing Co. of Toron- 
to, Ltd., publishers ; established 1910 ; Masonic ; subscription $r.oo ; 
seventy-two pages up, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

MEN'S WEAR REVIEW, monthly; MacLean Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers, 143-153 University Ave.; established 1912; trade; 
25th of month; last forms close 2oth of month; subscription $2.00; 
seventy-two pages, 3 col. , 10 inches. Circ'n \) 

Also publish Can. Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Page ijj 

MISSIONARY MESSENGER, monthly; Presbyterian Wo- 
men's Missionary Society, publishers ; established 1914 ; Presby- 
terian missions ; ist of month ; last forms close i2th of month pre- 
vious ; subscription 25 cents in parcels of two or mo~re to one ad- 
dress, individual mailing 35 cents; thirty-two pages, 2 col., }% 
inches. Circ'n 



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MISSIONARY OUTLOOK, monthly; Methodist Missionary 
Society, publishers, ^99 Queen St. \V. ; established 1880; Methodist 
missions ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty-four pages, 2 col., 1 1 inches. 

Circ'n i.sJi 

MISSION WORLD, monthly; Missionary Society of the Church 
of England in Canada, publishers, 131 Confederation Life Bldg. ; 
established 1902 ; missionary review ; 8th of month ; subscription 
$1.00 ; forty-eight pages, 4^ x 7 inches. Circ'n 2) 

MONEY AND RISKS, monthly ; National Pub. Co. of Toronto, 
Ltd., publishers; established 1893; insurance, financial and com- 
mercial; subscription $2.00; twenty-eight pages, size 7 x g%. 

MONTHLY LETTER, monthly; Woman's Missionary Society 
of the Methodist Church, publishers; established 1883; missionary; 
1 7th of month ; subscription 15 cents ; four pages, 2 col., 1 1 inches. 

MOTORING, monthly; Commercial Press, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1906 ; automobiles and accessories ; I4th of month ; 
last form closes loth of month; subscription $1.00; forty-eight pages, 
2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 3f 

Also publish Canadian Manufacturer, etc. 

MOTOR MAGAZINE OF CANADA, monthly; H. Gagnier, 
Limited, publishers; established 1900; automobiles and motor 
boats; 2oth of preceding month ; last form closes 1 5th of preceding 
month; subscription $1.50; eighty-six pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Cir'cn 63/ 

Also publish Can. Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

MOTOR TRADE, monthly; H. Gagnier, Limited, publishers; 
established 1917; motor trade; last forms close i5th of month; 
subscription $2.00 ; fifty pages, 2 col., 6% x 10 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Can. Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

MUSICAL CANADA, monthly; E. R. Parkhurst, editor and 
proprietor; established 1907; music; loth of month; last forms 
close ist of month ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty to sixty pages, 2 col., 
8 inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. f\i^e 87 

NATIONAL PROGRESS, monthly; National Progress Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; established 1915; literary; about 25th of 
month previous; subscription $1.00; forty-eight pages, 2 col., 10^ 
inches. 

ORAL HEALTH, monthly; Oral Health Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 191 1 ; dentistry ; ist of month ; last forms close 
loth of month ; subscription $1.00; eighty pages, 4^ x 7^ inches. 

PATHFINDER, monthly; Rev. R. D. Fraser, editor, Presby- 
terian Publications, publishers; established 1912 ; religious ; ist of 
month ; last forms close six weeks previous ; subscription 50 cents ; 
forty pages, size 6> x 9^ inches. Circ'n 12 

Also publish East and West, etc. 
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POTTERY, GLASS, HOUSE-FURNISHINGS AND 
TOYS, monthly; M. T. Lester Publishing; Co., publishers; est- 
ablished 1919; trade; about i5th of month; last forms close loth of 
month; subscription $2.00; thirty-six pages and up, 2 col., 9^ 
inches; 

Advt. Pottery, Glass, House Furnishings and Toys is the only Canadian medium 
representing the interests of these lines. It deals also with Electric Fixtures and 
Novelties: it is the Official Organ of the Canadian Toy Manufacturers' Association: 
it is written in a bright and interesting style and is one of the livest trade magazines 
in Canada. See Advt. Page 118. 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, monthly; MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co. Ltd., publishers; 143-153 University Ave. ; established 
1891 ; publishing, printing and newspaper interests ; i2th of month; 
last forms close 8th of month; subscription $2.00 ; fifty-six pages, 
3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i^t 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 
See Advt. Page 133. 

RETAIL DRUGGIST OF CANADA, monthly ; Commercial 
Press, Ltd., publishers; established 1914; drug trade; 22nd of 
previous month ; last forms close aoth of previous month; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; forty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i)4 

Also publish Canadian Manufacturer, etc. 

RETAIL GROCER AND PROVISIONER, monthly; 
Commercial Press Limited, publishers ; established 1910 ; general 
store interests ; 5th of month ; last forms close 2nd of month; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; fifty-two pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 4 

Also publish Canadian Mamifacturer , etc. 

RURAL CANADA, monthly; Canada Farmers' Publishing 
Syndicate, publishers; established 1917; agricultural; last forms 
close 25th of month preceding; subscription $1.00; thirty-eight to 
fifty-two pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. Circ'n 29 

Advt. "Rural Canada" is Canada's great farm magazine, concentrating its 
circulation in the rich rural districts, meeting the rural need in Canada as is met 
in the United States by "The Farm Journal" and "Successful Farming," unique 
as a selling force in rural Canada, because of its appeal being to rural home interests. 
30,000 net average circulation guaranteed on A. B. C. audit. See Advt. Page 137. 

SAILOR, monthly ; Hugh C. MacLean Co., Limited, publishers; 
established 1918; official organ of the Navy League of Canada; 
subscription $2.00, free to members of the Navy League; thirty-six 
pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 45 

Also publish Canada Lumberman, Contract Record, Footwear in 
Canada and Electrical News. 

SCHOOL, THE, monthly, except July and August ; Editorial 
Board, the staff of Faculty of Education, University of Toronto, pub- 
lishers; W. J. Dunlop, B.A., managing director; established 1912; 
educational; subscription $1.25 ; ninety-six pages, i wide col. , 7 
inches. Circ'n 5^ 

SOCIAL WELFARE, monthly; Ontario Social Service Council, 
publishers; established 1918; temperance; ist of month, subscription 
$1.50; twenty-six pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. 

SONS OF ENGLAND RECORD, monthly ; Sons of England 
Benefit Society, publishers ; established 1896 ; fraternal ; i5th of 
month; last forms close loth of month; subscription- $1.00; eight 
pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. 

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SUNDAY SCHOOL BANNER, monthly; Methodist Book 
and Publishing' House, publishers ; Rev. \V. Briggs. D.D. , book 
steward, 299 Queen Street W. ; established 1866; Sunday School; 
ist of month; last forms close 2oth of month; subscription 60 cents ; 
forty-eight pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 16% 

Also publish Christian Guardian, etc. 

TEACHER'S ASSISTANT, monthly; The S. S. Institute 
Publications, publishers ; established 1886 ; Sunday School ; sub- 
scription 60 cents; forty pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

TEACHERS' MONTHLY, monthly ; Rev. R. Douglas Fraser, 
editor, Presbyterian Publications, publishers ; established 1895 ; 
Sunday Schools ; subscription 64 cents ; 2 cols., 7^ inches. 

Also publish East and West, etc. Circ'n 13^ 

TRADER AND CANADIAN JEWELER, monthly; H. 
Gagnierj Ltd., publishers; established 1889; jewelry trade; 25th 
of preceding month; last forms close 23rd of preceding month; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; seventy-two pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. Circ'n ij^ 

Also publish Canadian Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

TRINITY UNIVERSITY REVIEW, monthly; Publication 
Committee of Students of Trinity University, editors and publishers ; 
established 1888; educational; 2Oth of month ; last forms close loth 
of month; subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n ^ 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MONTHLY, monthly; Alumni 
Association of University of Toronto, publishers ; established 1900; 
university interests; ist of month; last forms close aoth of previous 
month; subscription $2.00 ; forty pages and upwards, I and 2 col., 
8 inches. 

Published October to July inclusive. 

WOMAN'S CENTURY, monthly; Mrs. Campbell-Maclver, 
editor; established 1913; Official Organ of the National Council 
of Women and other organizations ; ist of month; last forms close 
15th of month; subscription $1.00; twenty-four to thirty-six pages, 
4 col., n Yi inches. Circ'n 6% 

WOMEN'S WEAR, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1911 ; women's wear; 2oth of preceding month; last 
forms close i2th of month; subscription $2.00; eighty pages, 2 col., 
10 inches. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Canadian Cigar and Tobacco Journal, etc. 

YOUTH AND SERVICE, monthly; Methodist Book & 
Publishing House, publishers; Rev. Wm. Briggs, D. D. , book 
steward ; established 1899; Organ of Epworth Leagues and other 
young people's societies; 2Oth ot month ; last forms close I5th of 
month; subscription 50 cents; twenty-four pages, 3 col., 11 inches. 

Circ'n 5 

Also publish Christian Guardian, etc. 

CHRISTIAN WORKER, bi-monthly ; A. W. Roffe, publisher; 
established 1895 ; missionary ; Ist of month ; last forms close loth 
of month ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, 2 col., 7 inches. 

Circ'n ij^ 

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BUTTERICK QUARTERLY, quarterly, (January, April, 
August and October); Butterick Publishing Co. Ltd. , publishers ; 
established 1908 ; fashions and dress ; subscription 25 cents a copy, 
(by mail 35 cents) ; average 90 pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. 

(See Canadian Fashion Quarterlies). 

CANADIAN FASHION QUARTERLIES, (comprising 
Butterick Quarterly, New Idea Quarterly and Standard Quarterly); 
quarterly, (January, April, August and October) ; last forms close 
2Oth of November, February, June and August preceding ; Canadian 
Advertising Office, 53 Yonge St. ; fashions and dress ; (See 
Butterick Quarterly, Neiv Idea Quarterly and Standard Quar- 
terly). 

ECHOES, quarterly; Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire, 
publishers ; established 1900 ; fraternal ; March, June, September 
and December ; subscription 75 cents ; ninety-six pages, 2 wide 
col., 9 inches. 

EVERYWOMAN'S NEEDLECRAFT COMPANION, quar- 
terly ; Continental Publishing Co., Limited, publishers ; established 
1917; needlecraft; January, April, July and October; subscription 
$1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Everywomari s World. 

HOME STUDY QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. Douglas 
Fraser, editor, Presbyterian Publications, publishers ; established 

1896 ; Presbyterian Sunday School Literature ; subscription 20 
cents ; thirty-two pages, size 6^ x 9^. Circ n 44?^ 

Also publish East and West, etc. 

INTERMEDIATE QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. Douglas 
Fraser, editor, Presbyterian Publications, publishers ; established 

1907 ; Sunday School Literature ; subscription 20 cents. Circ'n 253^ 
Also publish East and West, etc. 

JUNIOR QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. D. Fraser, 
editor, Presbyterian Publications, publishers ; established 1918 ; 
subscription 20 cents ; thirty-two pages, size 6^ x 9^. 

Also publish East and West, etc. 

NEGLECTED CONTINENT, quarterly ; Evangelical Union 
of South America, publishers ; established 1906 ; missionary ; sub- 
scription 35 cents ; twenty pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. Circ'n 21 

NEW IDEA QUARTERLY, quarterly, (January, April, 
August and October) ; New Idea Company, publishers ; established 
1908; fashions and dress; subscription 20 cents a copy, (by mail 
30 cents) ; average 70 pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. 

(See Canadian Fashion Quarterlies). 

SENIOR BEREAN LESSON QUARTERLY, quarterly; 
Methodist Book and Publishing House, publishers ; established 

1897 ; Sunday School ; subscription 20 cents; forty-eight pages. 2 
col., 7X inches. 

Does not print advertisements. 

Also publish Christian Guardian, etc. 

STANDARD QUARTERLY, quarterly, (January, April, 
August and October); Standard Fashion Co., publishers; established 

1908 ; fashions and dress ; subscription 25 cents pef~copy, (by mail 
35 cents) ; average 80 pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. 

(See Canadian Fashion Quarterlies). 

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SQUARE DEAL, quarterly; Single Tax Association, pub- 
lishers; established 1902; social-reform; ist of March, June, Sept- 
ember and December; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 2 col., 7^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

TOTTENHAM, pop. 600, Co. Simcoe, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 

40 miles N. of Toronto, 30 miles S. of Barrie ; Tel.', T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw, planing and grist mills, street railway 
fare box factory, wagon factory and mixed farming. The village 
contains four churches and a public school. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Athlone, Ballycroy, 
Cedarville, Colgan, Ennis, Hockey, Romilly, Penville, Kenansville 
and Loretto. 

SENTINEL, weekly; R. A. Semple, publisher; established ' 
1864; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n )4 

TRENTON, pop. 6,900, Co. Hastings, on River Trent and Bay of 
Quinte, G. T. R., C. N. R., C. P. R. and C. O. Ry., 12 miles W. of 
Belleville, 101 miles E. of Toronto, 233 miles W. of Montreal ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: bridge works, lumber, cooperage 
mills, sash, door and box factory, large chemical plant, clothing 
factories, foundries, machine shops, engine works, shipbuilding and 
railway repair shops and farming. The town is situated at the head 
of Bay of Quinte and mouth of Murray and Trent Valley Canals, has 
seven churches, public schools, high school, opera house, electric 
light, water works, fire department, daily steamboat service, a paper 
mill, and extensive water power. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Albury, Bayside, Codrington, 
Consecon, Frankford, Carring Place, Smithfield, Wellington and 
Wooler. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; P. J. O'Rourke, editor and publisher; ^ 
established 1879 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n jj 

COURIER, weekly ; Clarence G. Young, editor and publisher; I 
established 1866 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., igJ4 inches. Circ'n i 

TWEED, pop. 1,500, Co. Hastings, on Moira River, C. P. R. and 
C. N. R., 25 miles N. E. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : mining, flour, lumber and saw mills,, cheese, sash and 
door factories, foundries, tannery, hub, steel hog-trough and tank 
factories, asbestos and actinolite mines, extensive acid works, 
machine shops, elevator and brickyards. The town contains four 
churches, high, public and separate schools, public library and fire 
hall, has granolithic walks and hydro-electric power, and has iron, 
gold, copper and mica mines in the vicinity. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published ; Actinolite, Bogart, 
Flinton, Marlbank, Roslin, Thomasburg, Stoco, Sheffield, Kala- 
dar, Arden, Mountain Grove, Denbigh, Northbrook, Queensboro, 
Bannockburn, Ivanhoe, Crookston, West Huntingdon, Sulphide, 
Tuftsville and Moira. 



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ADVOCATE, weekly ; Zed. La Fontaine, publisher ; established 
1910 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

N EWS, weekly ; O. M. Alger, publisher ; established 1886 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
1934 inches. Circ'n i# 

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UXBRIDGE, pop. 1,700, Co. Ontario, on Beaver Creek and G.T.R., 
22 miles N.W. of Whitby, 40 miles N.E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : furniture factory, Hour, oatmeal and 
planing mill, agricultural works, foundries and farming. The town 
contains seven churches, high and public schools, public library, 
water works, fire department and is lighted by electricity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Epsom, 
Utica; Glen Major, Goodwood, Greenbank, Saintfield, Sandford, 
Siloam, Leaskdale, Valentine, Udora, Sunderland, Zephyr and 
Vroomanton. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; W. H. Keller, editor and publisher ; v 
established 1869 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,256* 

NORTH ONTARIO TIMES, weekly; H. J. Cave, publisher; \/ 
established 1869; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ij^ 

VANKLEEK HILL, pop. 1,800, Co. Prescott, on the C. P. R. and 
G. T. R. Hawkesbury branch, 53 miles E. of Ottawa and 58 miles 
N.W. of Montreal ; good connection to both cities by all C. P. R. 
and G. T. R. trains ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : large 
foundry, cheese, sash and door factories, saw mills, lumbering and 
farming. The town contains six churches, of different denominations, 
high, public and model schools, a convent, town hall, electric light. 
Twelve trains daily. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Plantagenet, Alfred, Rockland, Caledonia 
Springs, St. Eugene, Stardale, Barb, Dalkeith, Riceville, Clarence, 
Fournier, Dominionville, Dunvegan, Glen Robertson, Papineauville 
and Ste. Anne de Prescotte. 

REVIEW, weekly; Herbert Carl Jones, publisher; established \J 
1893 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n \ l /y. 

VICTORIA HARBOR, pop. 1,700, Co. Simcoe, on Georgian Bay 
and branch of G. T. R., 8 miles S.E. of Midland and 25 miles N.W. 
of Orillia ; Tel. , T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw milling and 
farming. The town has three churches, public and continuation 
schools, public library, waterworks and electric power. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Port McNicoll, 
Waubaushene, Fesserton, Vasey and Mount St. 'Louis. 

NEW ERA, weekly ; F. J. Baker, publisher ; established Y. 

1914 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ]^ 

See Advt. Page in. 

WALKERTON, pop. 3,100, Co. Bruce, on Saugeen River, C. P. R. 
and G.T.R., 70 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: farming, spool and bobbin factory, planing mills, tile and 
brick kilns, furniture factory, rattan factory, foundries and machine 
shops. The town contains seven churches, high, separate and public 
schools, public library, opera house, water works, fi^e department, 
and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Carlsruhe, Elmwood, Formosa, Belmore, 
Neustadt, Cargill, Eden Grove, Pinkerton and Chepstow. 

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BRUCE HERALD AND Tl M ES, weekly ; Wm. Wesley & 

Son, publishers ; established 1861 ; conservative ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

TELESCOPE, weekly ; Lome A. Eedy, publisher; established 
1869: liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n i# 

See Advt. Page //j. 

WALLACEBURG, pop. 5,000, Co. Kent, on Sydenham River, Pere 
Marquette Ry. and C. W. & L. E. Electric Ry., 70 miles S. W. of 
London, 40 miles N.E. of Windsor, 18 miles N. W. of Chatham; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : shipyards, lumber, flour and plan- 
ing mills, glass factory, brass works, beet sugar factory, canning fac- 
tory, evaporator, flax mill, stave and hoop factory and farming. The 
town has six churches, public, separate and continuation schools, 
convent, Carnegie library, water works, hydro-electric power and 
natural gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Port Lambton, Tupperville, Wilkesport, W r hitebread, 
Mitchell's Bay and Sombra. 

SATURDAY HERALD, weekly; Colwell Bros., publishers, I/ 
established 1871; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Xeivs. 

NEWS, weekly; Colwell Bros., publishers; established 1895; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., *^ 
19% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,O45* 

Also publish Saturday Herald. 

WARKWORTH, pop. 750, Co. Northumberland, on Mill Creek, n 
miles S. of Hastings, the nearest railroad station on the G. T. R. ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grist and saw mill, sash and 
blind factory, a large cheese factory and creamery, dairying and 
farming. The town contains, besides its mill and factories, three 
churches, two hotels and school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dartford, Castjeton, Roseneath. 
Godolphin and Norham. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; W. H. Henry, publisher; established 1892; y/ 
independent; Wednesday; subscription Si.oo ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19 inches. Circ'n ^ 

WATERDOWN, pop. 900, Co. Wentworth, on the C.P.R., 6 miles 
north of Hamilton. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: can- 
ning factory, saw and planing mill, barrel factory, basket factory, 
evaporator and two chopping mills. Waterdown is the centre of a 
rich and thickly settled farming district. It has four churches, high 
and public schools, public library, volunteer fire department and 
electric light and power. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Millgrove, Flamboro Centre, Carlisle, Freel- 
ton, Aldershot, Kilbride and Campbellville. / 

REVIEW, weekly; C. H. Greene, publisher; established 1918; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six pages, 8 col., 19^ 
inches. 

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WATER FORD, pop. 1,200, Co. Norfolk, on the Nanticoke Creek, 
T, H. & B. Ry. and M. C. R., 8 miles N. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, canning 
factory, knitting" mill, foundry and machine shops, farming and fruit 
growing. The town contains three churches, two schools, water- 
works and fire department and is lighted by electricity. It has two 
.hotels, several good stores and an excellent water supply. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Boston, Bealton, Villa Nova, Vanessa, Bloomsburg, Windham and 
Lynville. . J 

STAR, weekly; P. Geo. Pearce, editor and publisher; established 
1874 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21% inches. Circ'n i 



WATERLOO, pop. 4,625, Co. Waterloo, on the G. T. R., 2 miles 
N.W. of Kitchener, 40 miles N.W. of Hamilton, 63 miles W. of 
Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Connected with Kitchener by an 
electric railway. Chief Industries : flour mills, button factory, 
furniture and shoe factories, brewery, distillery, foundries, collar and 
cuff factory, broom and brush and threshing machine factories and 
mixed farming. The town contains six churches, public and separate 
schools, free library, town hall, etc. Waterloo is situated in the 
centre of one of the finest agricultural districts in Ontario and is an 
important manufacturing centre, containing 36 manufacturing estab- 
lishments. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Cross Hill, Conestogo, Freeport, Kossuth, Hawkesville, 
St. Clements, St. Agatha, St. Jacobs, Breslau, Heidelberg, Baden 
and Winterbourne. 

CHRONICLE -TELEGRAPH, weekly; David Bean and Sons, 
Limited, publishers ; established 1856 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish Kitchener Telegraph. 
See Advt. Page 7/7 

WATFORD, pop. 1,290, Co. Lambton, on G. T. R., 28 miles E. of 
Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : wagon factory,- 
wire works, saw, flour and planing mills, cheese factory and farming- 
and fruit growing. The town contains six churches, high and pub- 
lic schools, two music halls, public library and armoury. It is the 
centre of a rich agricultural district. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Arkona, Kerwood, War- 
wick and Wanstead 

GUIDE - ADVOCATE, weekly ; W. C. Aylesworth, publisher ; 
established 1875 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n i^ 

WELLAND, pop. 10,000, Co. Welland, on Welland River and Canal, 
and on G. T. R., M. C. R., Wabash, Pere Marquette, T. H. & B. 
Ry. and C. P. R., and on N. S. & T. and N. W. & L. E. Electric 
Rys., 8 miles N. of Lake Erie, 25 miles N. W. of Buffalo, 40 miles 
S. E. of Hamilton and 80 miles S. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, fotmdries, forge 
works, steel plants, carbide works, cotton mills and cordage factory. 
The town has seven churches, high and public schools, court house, 

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industrial home, hospital, public library, water works, natural gas, 
electric light and power. It is one 'of the best manufacturing 
locations in Canada, with power from Niagara Falls, water commu- 
nication with the great lakes, splendid steam railway and electric- 
car service, and is situated in the natural gas belt. Surrounding 
towns anu villages where no papers are published : Marshville, 
Fonthill, Ridgeville, St. Johns, Sherkston, Bertie, Port Robinson, 
Humberstone, Allanburg, Fenwick and Crowland. 

TELEGRAPH, semi-weekly ; Louis Blake Duff, publisher i j 
established 1864 ; unionist ; Tuesday and Thursday ; subscription! 
$1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3% 

See Advt. Page 93 \ 

PEOPLE'S PRESS, weekly; The Press Co., publishers; \ 
established 1899; liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col. , 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,094* 
TRIBUNE, weekly; Tribune Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1854; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; ten to twelve 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,149* 
HOME CIRCLE LEADER, monthly; Order of Canadian Home 
Circles, publishers ; established 1892 ; brotherhood ; subscription 
20 cents ; distributed free to members of the Order ; eight pages, 
2 wide col., 8% inches. Circ'n 6 

WELLESLEY, pop. 750, Co. Waterloo, on Nith River, 18 miles N.W. 
of Kitchener, 18 miles N.E. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Bank. Chief 
Industries : woollen mills, knitting factory, 250 barrel roller mill, 
planing mill, saw mill, cheese factory, dairying- and farming. The 
village contains four churches, a good school, public library, opera 
house, three hotels, has rural telephone system, fine water privilege 
and fishing preserves. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Baden, Hawkesville, St. Clements, Heidelberg, 
Linwood, Shakespeare, Lisbon, St. Agatha, Bamberg and Millbank. 
MAPLE LEAF, weekly ; H. W. Kaufman, publisher ; established 
1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

5 col., 17^" inches. Circ'n % 

WES T BORO, pop. 3,000, Co. Carleton, on the Ottawa River and 
C. P. R., half a mile west of Ottawa and a suburb of the city; Tel. 
Westboro has three schools and six churches. For a number of 
years Westboro has been more or less of a summer resort for the 
people of Ottawa, but it is developing rapidly into a permanent resi- 
dential district with a number of good stone and brick houses and 
stores. 

N EWS, weekly; J. A. Clark, publisher; established 1918; inde- 
pendent; Friday; subscription SQC. ; four pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

WEST LORNE, pop. 800, Co. Elgin, on M. C. R. and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 28 miles W. of St. Thomas; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : canning- factory, flour, woollen, saw and planing mills, 
foundry and machine shop, and farming, especially stock-raising. 
The town contains six churches, opera houses and public halls, 
graded schools and public library. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Eagle, Crinan, Woodgreen, Wards- 
ville, Newbury, Clachan, Kintyre, Strathburn, Aldboro, Campbell- 
ton and Wallacetown. 

ELGIN SUN, weekly; Thos. W. Sims, publisher; established"" 
1898; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

6 col., ig% inches. Circ'n % 









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WESTON, pop. 2,500, Co. York, on G.T.R. and C.P.R., 2^ miles 
N.W. of Toronto, with which it is connected by Electric Railway ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : planing and flour mills, 
stove foundry, structural steel works, pump works, bedstead factory, 
carriage and waggon works, chemical works and brick yards. The 
town contains seven churches, public, separate and high schools, 
public library, public halls, three hotels and is lighted by electricity. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Richview, Mount Dennis, Woodbridge, Highfield, Downsview and 
Thornhill. 

TIMES AND GUIDE, weekly; S. Wilson, editor and manager; 
established 1890; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n i 

WES T POR T , pop. 1,000, Co. Leeds, on the Upper Rideau Lake 
and B.W.& N.W.Ry., 45 miles N.W. of Brockville, 20 miles S.W. of 
Perth, with steamboat connection with Kingstown and Ottawa during 
navigation; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mills, two 
furniture factories, plating works, machine shops, foundry, motor 
boat factory, tannery and two saw mills. The village has six 
churches, public and separate schools, electric light, three hotels 
and several stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Bedford Mills, Fermoy, Newboro, Forfar, 
Elgin, Portland and Bolingbroke. 

MIRROR, weekly; A. P. Niblock, publisher; established 1893 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 

Circ'n 



WEST TORONTO, pop. 12,000, Co. York, on C. P. R.. and G.T.R. , 
4 miles N.W. of Toronto ; Tel. v T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
brass and iron foundries, piano factory, soap works, brick and tile 
yards, stock yards, planing mills, plough, farm machinery and wire 
works, whitewear and artificial silk factories, etc. The town con- 
tains eight churches, collegiate institute and four schools ; the 
C. P. R. yards are located here. 

WEST YORK HERALD, weekly; Herald Co., publishers; 
established 1910; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages and upward, 7' col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 4 



WHEATLEY, pop. 800, Co. Kent, situated on Lake Erie and Pere 
Marquette Ry. , 8 miles N.E. of Leamington, 32 miles S. E. -of 
Windsor ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, -saw, grist 
and planing mills, tile, brick, cement sewer and building block works, 
butter factory, farming, fruit growing and fishing. The town contains, 
besides its stores, etc., hotel, three churches, Oddfellows' Hall 
and public schools. It is in a rich agricultural district, ad- 
joining oil and gas fields. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Renwick, Coatsworth, Glenwood, 
Blytheswood, Staples and Port Alma. 

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JOURNAL, weekly; Epplett Bros., publishers; established 1895; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight '"pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n l /t 



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WHI I BY, pop. 2,900, Co. Ontario, on Lake Ontario and G. T. R. , 
4 miles W. of Oshawa, 30 miles K. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : foundries, machine shops, tanneries, saddlery, 
hardware, harness and blanket factories and farming. ' The town 
contains six churches and four schools, collegiate institute, ladies' 
college, music halls, has a good grain elevator and a 1,200 foot 
cement wharf at the harbor. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Brooklin, Greenwood, Myrtle, 
Raglan, Columbus and Claremont. 

GAZETTE AND CHRONICLE, weekly; C. A. Goodfellow 
and Son, publishers ; established 1856 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i] 

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VOX COLLEGII, monthly during ccllege year, six issues in 

all ; students of Ontario Ladies' College, publishers ; established 
1 88 1 ; college; subscription 50 cents; twenty to forty pages, 2 col., 
7^ inches. 



WIAR I ON, pop. 2,000, Co. Bruce, at the head of Colpoy's Bay, an 
arm of the Georgian Bay, and on the G. T. R., 60 miles N. of 
Walkerton ; Te!., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, 
fishing, saw, flour and woollen mills, foundry and machinery shops, 
planing mills, cement and flooring factories, turning and furniture 
factories and limestone quarries. The town contains seven churches, 
three schools, public library, town hall, water works, five hotels, 
and is lighted by electricity. It has a fine harbor and docks, 1,040 
feet long and 200 feet wide, and a big towing business is done. 
Surroundingtowns and villages where no papers are published : 
Alletiford^Oxenden, Lion's Head Shallow Lake, Pike Bay, 
Lake Charles, Amabel, Wolseley, Dyer's Bay, Purple Valley, 
Oliphant, Cape Crocker, Keppel, Eastnor, Tobermory, Stokes Bay, 
Park Head, Hope Bay, Barrow Bay, Dobbington and Colpoy's 
Bay. 

CANADIAN ECHO, weekly; A. Logan, publisher; established T 
1879; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., if)}4 inches. Circ'n i^ 



WINCHESTER, pop. 1,250, Co. Dundas, on C. P. R., 93 miles W. 
of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: foundry, 
woollen, flour, saw and planing mills and furniture factory, farming 
and dairying. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools and is the centre of a fine agricultural and dairying section. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Inkerman, Kenmore, Moorewood, Hallville, Ormond, Vernon, Van 
Camp, Mountain Ridge, Cass Bridge, Vinegar Hill, Nation Valley, 
Irena, Rowena, Maple Ridge, Mountain and Winchester Springs. 

1 

PRESS, weekly; Jas. H. Ross, publisher; established 1888; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n i 

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WINDSOR, pop. 28,064, Co. Essex, on the Detroit River, C. P. R., 
M. C. R., G. T. R., Wabash Ry., and Pere Marquette Ry., opposite 
Detroit, 1 10 miles S.W. of London and 230 miles S.VV. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Windsor has over 150 industrial establish- 
ments ; salt works, lumber and saw mills, rule, valve, stove, fan and 
blower, auto parts, breakfast food, cigar, bed springs, mantle, 
overall, perfume, varnish, blanket, brass work, automobile, patent 
medicine and other factories, shipping and farming. The 
city has a large trade in grain and other agricultural products and 
a great deal of tobacco is also raised in the vicinity. Vessels from 
all parts of the lakes arrive and depart daily during the season of 
navigation. Several of its manufactories are branches of Detroit 
houses, the American city being exactly opposite, across the river. 
The city has several churches, an excellent school system, natural 
gas, water supply, hydro-electric power, city hall, armoury and 
public library, and has a passenger ferry service to Detroit every 
ten minutes, also car ferry services, M. C. R. tunnel and an efficient 
electric car service. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Sandwich, Woodslee, Belle River, Maidstone, 
Pike Creek, Puce, Ford, Ojibway, Elmstead, Fairplay, Pelton and 
Oldcastle. 

BORDER CITIES STAR, (succeeding Windsor Record), 
every evening except Sunday; Star Publishing Co., of Windsor, 
Ltd., publishers; W. F. Herman, president; established 1890; 
independent; subscription $5.00 in city, $4.00 by mail; sixteen to 
twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n \*% 

Also publish Regina Post and Saskatoon Star. 

See Advt. Pages 54 and 55. 

HERALD, weekly; Herald Press Ltd., publishers; established 
1896; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 8 
col., 2o%( inches. Circ'n "j)4 

LA DEFENSE French, weekly ; Le Syndicat d'Oeuvres Soc- 
ales, Limitee, publishers ; established 1918 ; independent ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; six to eight pages ; 7 col., 21 }4 inches. 

LE PROGRES, French, weekly; A. Pacaud, editor and 
publisher ; established 1881 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n ^ 

WINGHAM, pop. 2,700, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River, G. T. R. 
and C. P. R., 31 miles N. E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : stove foundry, machine shops, saw, planing, flour 
and oatmeal mills, chair and four furniture factories, carriage, door 
and glove factories, tanneries, fertilizer plant, salt wells and farm- 
ing. The town contains five churches, high and public schools, town 
hall, hospital, and has water works, fire department and electric 
light and power system. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Belmore, Bluevale, Whitechurch, Bel- 
grave, St. Helen and St. Augustine. 

W 
ADVANCE, weekly ; A. G. Smith, publisher; established 1871 ; 

conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 8 col., 
21 inches. Circ'n i# 

TIMES, weekly; H. B. Elliott, editor and publisherj established 
1872; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ iriches. Circ'n I 

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WOODSTOCK, pop. 10,500, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, G.T.R. 
and C. P. R., and terminus of St. Mary's & Western Ry., 27 miles 
N.K. of London, 100 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : organs and pianos, waggon, furniture, tannery, 
textile factories, flour and planing mills, stove and boiler foundries, 
machine shops, cereal mills, knitting mills, wire fence, pipe organ 
and farming and dairying. The town contains several well built 
churches, a college, collegiate institute, several public schools, a 
town hall, fire hall and court house, has water works and 
fire department and is lighted by gas and electricity. It is the 
geographical centre of the richest and most fertile agricultural 
county in the province and is the distributing point for 50,000 people. 
The lines of the two great railway systems radiate from it in eight 
directions. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Beachville, Bright, Eastwood, Innerkip, Hickson, Coble's 
Corners, Sweaburg, Princeton, Rayside, Ranelagh, Cooley Pond, 
Springford, Zenda, Mount Elgin, Granthurst, Bennington, Vande- 
car, Golspie, Centreville and South Zorra. 

SENTI N EL-REVI EW, every evening except Sunday ; Sentinel 
Review Co. Ltd., publishers ; \V. J. Taylor, president and managing 
director ; established 1886 ; independent ; subscription $4.00 ; eight to 
sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,6O2 

WEEKLY, established 1881 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,21T 

Also publish Rod and Gun. 

Advt.Papjtation considered, the Woodstock Sentinel-Review has the largest 
circulation of any paper in Canada. For a quarter of a century it has been the 
representative paper of the wealthiest county in Ontario. It goes into four-fifths of 
the homes of the city of Woodstock. See Advt. Page 59. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Woodstock Express Printing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1898; Wednesday; conservative; subscription 
Si.oo ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i 

ROD AND GUN IN CANADA, monthly; W. J. Taylor, 
Limited, publishers; established 1899; fishing, hunting, exploration 
and out-door life ; last forms close loth month previous; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; 112 pages up, 2 wide col., 8 inches. Circ'n 17 

Also publish Sentinel- Review. 

Advt. "Rod and Gun in Canada is the only magazine of its kind published in 
the Dominion. It ix read by the sportsmen, tourists and lovers of out-door lijr in 
Canada from ocean to ocean and by the thousands of American sportsmen and 
tourists whovisit Canada annually. Asan advertising medium for goods of interest 
to sportsmen and tourists it is unsurpassed. See Advt. Page 59. 



WOODVILLE, pop. 500, Co. Victoria, on G.T.R., 18 miles N.W. of 
Lindsay, 5 miles N. of Cannington ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw and flour mills, farming and stock raising. The 
village contains two churches and public school. Surrounding 
towns and villages Where no papers are published : Islay, Glenarm, 
Hartley, Cambray, Argyle, Oakwood and Manilla. 

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WROXE T ER, pop. 700, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and 
C. P. R., 25 miles N.E. of Goderich, 65 miles N.W. of Guelph ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, flour, grist, oatmeal, 
split peas, wheat flake and woollen mills, tannery, and mixed farming. 
The town contains three churches, public school, public library, town 
hall and opera house and hotel, and has electric light. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Belmore, 
Bluevale, Jamestown, Molesworth, Orange Hill, Salem and Lakelet. 

NEWS, weekly; Thomas Nash, publisher; established 1910; y 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. 

Also publishes Gorrie Vidette. 

WYOMING, pop. 489, Co. Lambton, on the southern division G.T.R. 
and junction for Petrolia, 19 miles E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, evaporator, fruit 
growing, fox farming and mixed farming. The town contains, 
beside its stores and mills, etc., two hotels and five churches, public 
library and good school. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Kingscourt, Marthaville, Camlachie, 
Hillsborough, Kertch, Mandamin, Uttoxetor and Wanstead. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; E. C. Rice, editor and proprietor; ^ 
established 1904; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

ZURICH, pop. 600, Co. Huron, 24 miles south of Goderich, 18 miles 
S.W. of Seaforth, and 6 miles west of Hensall, its nearest railway 
station ; T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flax mill, saw, planing 
and grist mill, evaporator, waggon and jam factories. The town 
contains four churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Dashwood, Blake, St. Joseph, 
Grand Bend, Drysdale, Bayfield and Varna. 

HERALD, weekly; Herald Printing Co., publishers; Andrew F. 
Hess, editor; established 1900; independent ; Friday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; eight pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 



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PROVINCE OF QUEBEC 



Quebec is the largest of the Provinces of Canada, with an area of 
703,653 square miles, or over four hundred and sixty-two million acres 
more than five times as large as the United Kingdom. Of this vast area 
only about one-twentieth is under cultivation. The population of the 
Province at the last census (191 1) was 2,002,712, of whom 80 per cent 
were French-speaking. In fact, three-quarters of the French-speaking 
people in Canada live in Quebec Province. The increase in population 
during the decade ending 1911 was 21 per cent. 

The settlement of Quebec Province was begun by the French in 1534, 
and for centuries it did not extend far back from the St. Lawrence and 
its tributary streams, which were the highways. Since then the fertile 
"Eastern Townships" have been settled, as well as large tracts to the 
north of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa. Over half the population is 
engaged in farming, the average size of the farms being considerably 
smaller than in Ontario and the Western Provinces. The latest esti- 
mates place the grain yield as follows: spring wheat, 1,411,000 
bushels; oats, 42, 182,000 ; barley, 2,255,000 ; rye, 145,000; peas, 404,000 ; 
beans, 103,000; buckwheat, 2,568,000; other grains, 3,512,000 bushels. 
The live stock owned in 1916 was estimated as follows : horses, 228,670 ; 
milch cows, 639,805 ; other cattle, 535,693; sheep, 497,711 ; swine, 531,303. 
The Province has 604 butter factories, 935 cheese factories and 519 
factories making both. The value of the butter and cheese products in 
1915 was $18,500,501. 

Quebec's forest wealth is very great. Its 111,600,000 acres of forest 
preserves are valued at $445,000,000, and they are interspersed with 
streams and rivers which aid in lumbering operations and provide power 
for pulp, paper and^-sawmills. It is estimated that there are six hundred 
million cords of pulpwood in the Province. 

The mineral production of Quebec during 1917 was valued at 
some ten million dollars. Eighty per cent of the world's supply of 
asbestos comes from this Province. 

Quebec's fisheries rank fifth among the Provinces and are worth about 
$2,000,000 a year. 

Quebec is second only to Ontario in manufactures, with 6,548 industrial 
establishments in 1911, while Montreal is the leading manufacturing city 
of the Dominion. The factories of the Province employ about 175,000 
workers, and pay annual wages of over $75,000,000. 

The railways of Quebec Province have a total mileage of 4,354, while 
the headquarters of two of the great transcontinental systems, the Canadian 
Pacific Railway and the Grand Trunk Railway, are in Montreal. The bulk 
of the ocean trade between Canada and Europe is handled in Montreal and 
Quebec, where excellent harbors have been developed. 

A dual svstem of education exists in the Province, there being both 
Roman Catholic and Protestant School Boards. The latest figures show 
6,894 elementary and model schools and academies, 14 normal schools, 21 
colleges, 3 universities and over 100 schools dealing with various special 
subjects with a total number of scholars amounting to 486,335, and a total 
government expenditure of $8,955,296. 10. 

By special provision of the British North America Act, Quebec has a 
fixed representation of 65 in the Dominion House of Commons, the ratio of 
population to number of members in this Province being used as a basis to 
determine the representation from the other Provinces. To the Senate 
Quebec sends 24 members. The Provincial Legislature consists of a 
Legislative Council of 24 members and a Legislative Assembly of 82 
members. The capital is Quebec City. 

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ARTHABASKA, pop. 2,250 Co. Arthabaska, 3 miles S. of Victoria- 
ville station on G.T.R., 108 miles N.E., of Montreal 36 miles S.E. of 
Three Rivers and 65 miles S.W. of Quebec, the capital of the prov- 
ince ; Tel., T. Ex., Bank. Chief Industries ; furniture, cheese and 
cheese box factories, mattress factory, cigar factory, tanneries, 
foundries, saw, planing and grist mills, dairying and farming. The 
town contains fives churches, and two schools, the county buildings; 
court house, gaol, convent, monastery, two colleges and a hospital. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Stanfold, St. Norbert, Plessisville, Warwick, Tingwick, Chesterville, 
St. Albert, Chester Nord, Thetford and Drummondville. 

L'UNION DES CANTONS DE L'EST, French, weekly ; La 
Compagnie d'Imprimerie d'Arthabaskaville, publishers ; established 
1867; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
22 inches. Circ'n i 

BEAUCEVILLE, pop. 6,500, Co. Beauce, on the Chaudiere River 
and Quebec Central Ry., 58 miles S.E. of Quebec, 115 miles N.E. 
of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw mills, 
flour mills, pulp wood, foundries and mining. The town contains 
a normal school, and industrial college. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : St. Joseph and Ste. Marie. 
L'ECLAIREUR, French, weekly; La Cie. de Publication de 
1'Eclaireur, publishers ; established 1908 ; liberal ; Thursday 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n 2^ 

BEDFORD, pop. 1,400, Co. Missi.squoi, on C. P. R., 18 miles S.E. of 
St. Johns and 60 miles S.E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : knitting machine (latch needles), paint works, 
butter box and chair factories, hay rake and wash board, beekeepers' 
supplies, agricultural implement, scythe and axe, sash and door 
factories, foundry, saw, planing and grist mills, dairying and farming. 
The town contains three churches, three hotels and twenty stores. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Mystic, Stanbridge, St. Armand, Pigeon Hill, Dunham, Frelighsburg- 
and Stanbridge East. 

NEWS AND MISSISQUOI COUNTY ADVOCATE, weekly; 
published in St. Johns by E. R. Smith Co. Ltd. ; one of seven 
distinct editions of the St. Johns News, 

BUCKINGHAM, pop. 4,000, Hull Co., on the C. P.R. and River 
du Lievre, 4 mile 8 from Ottawa River, 20 miles E. of Ottawa and 
100 miles W. of Montreal 5 Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw and planing mills, match factory, sash and door factories, 
electric reduction works, pulp mills, brick works, graphite mines and 
chemical works (phosphorus, ferro-chromium, alum, etc.) The town 
contains, besides its stores, four churches, six hotels, a convent, two 
schools, college, hospital and town hall and has good water power, 
water works and electric light systems, macadam streets and 
cemented side-walks. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Rockland, Glen Almond, La Sallette, Mayo, 
Papineauville, Lochaber, Masson, Montebello, Cantley, North 
Wakefield and Thurso. 

POST, weekly; A. H. Parker, publisher; established 1895; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19 inches. Circ'n % 

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CHICOUTIMI, pop. 7,500, Co. Chicoutimi, on Saguenay River and 
Q. & L. St. J. Ry., and the Roberval-Saguenay Ry., 100 miles N.W. 
of Fraservil'e and 210 miles N. of Quebec ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : pulp mills, foundry, cheese and carriage factories 
and farming". The town contains two churches, seminary, convents, 
hospital, orphan asylum and schools ; it is lighted by electricity, 
has wholesale and retail stores, waterworks and a good harbour, 
and also has good steamboat connection with Quebec. Its pulp 
mills are the largest in the world. British steamers are loaded in the 
port of Chicoutimi and more than 50,000 tons of wet pulp is exported 
to England. It is the terminus of the Richelieu and Ontario 
Navigation Co. on the Saguenay River. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : St. Dominique, St. Alphonse, 
Bagotville, Jonquiere, Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi, St. Alexis, St. 
Ambroise and Notre Dame de Laterriere. 

LE PROGRES DU SAGUENAY, French, weekly ; Le 
Syndicat des Imprimeurs du Saguenay, Inc., publishers ; established 
1886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; ten to twelve 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,571* 

See Advt. Page 66. 

L'ECHO PAROISSIAL DU SACRE-CCEUR, French, 
monthly ; les RR. PP. Eudistes de Chicoutimi, publishers ; established 
191 1 ; religious, illustrated ; last Friday of the month ; subscription 50 
cents ; thirty-two pagesTHPVwde col., 7 inches. Circ'n i 

LE MESSAGER DE ST. ANTOINE, French, monthly; 
Rev. E. De Lamarre, publisher ; established 1895 ; religious, Roman 
Catholic ; ist of month ; subscription 35 cents ; twenty-four to 
twenty-eight pages, i col., 6 inches. Circ'n 14 

COATICOOK, pop. 3,200, Co. Stanstead, on the Coaticook River 
andG.T.R., 122 miles S.E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, saw, grist, cotton, knitting, woollen and mohair 
braid mills, foundry, chair, lifting jack, fire hose, sash and door 
factories, agricultural implement works, dairying and farming. 
The town contains six churches, two schools, convent, opera house, 
public library and armoury ; it is electrically lighted and has good 
water works. It is the centre of one of the richest farming districts 
in the Eastern Townships. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Compton, Dixville, Barnston, Hatley, 
Waterville, Norton Mills, Lennoxville, Barford, Hereford, Stanhope 
Ayer's Cliff, Clifton and Baldwin's Mills. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; A. C. Hanson, publisher ; established 
1869 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n \ 



DANVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Richmond, on the G.T.R., 84 miles S.W. 
of Quebec and 87 miles E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw- and grist mills, four waggon factories, tannery, 
chair and belting factories, farming and dairying. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Kingsey Falls and 
Dennison's Mills. 

TIMES-GUARDIAN, weekly; published in Richmond by the 
Richmond Times-Guardiun and included in rating-. 

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FARNHAM, pop. 3,560, Co. Missisquoi, on the Yamaska River, 
C.P.R. and C.V.R., 14 miles E. of St. Johns, 15 miles S. W. 
ofGranby and 40 miles S.E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : C. P. R. construction shops, clothing and overall 
factory, safeworks and tobacco factory, flour and saw mill, and is an 
important railway centre. The town contains four churches, stores 
and eight hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Versailles, Iberville, St. Sabine, Brigham, Adams- 
ville and Angeline. 

LEADER, weekly; published in Granby as partbf Granby Leader- 
Mail and included in rating. 

FRASERVILLE, pop. 7,800, Co. Temiscouata, on the south shore 
of the St. Lawrence River, on the I. C. R., and at the Junction of 
the I. C. R. and Temiscouata Railway (in operation to Edmundston, 
N.B.), 1 16 miles below Quebec ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : foundries, tanneries, pulp, grist and saw mills, I.C.R. and 
Temiscouata shops for engines, sash and door, furniture and chair 
factories. The town contains five churches, a boys' college, a con- 
vent, hospital, a court house and several hotels. It is a popular 
summer resort. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Trois-Pistoles, St. Paschal, St. Alexandre, St. Anne 
de la Pocatiere, Riviere du Loup Station, Cacouna and Bic. 

L'ACTION CANADIENNE, French, weekly; La Compagnie 
d'Imprimerie de Fraserville, publishers ; established 1911 ; con- 
servative ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 5 col., 18^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

LE JOURNAL, French, weekly ; published at Levis by La Cie. 
de Publication de Levis; established 1890; liberal; Friday; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Also publish Levis Le Quotidicn. 

LE ST. LAURENT, French, weekly; L'Imprimerie Le Saint 
Laurent, Ltee., publishers; established 1896; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; ten pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

GRANBY, pop. 7,000, Co. Shefford, on the Yamaska River, C.V.R., 
and M.&S.C. Ry., ^miles N.W. of Waterloo, 29 miles N. E. of St. 
Johns, and 55 miles S.E. of Montreal; Tel.,T., Ex., Banks. Chief In- 
dustries: large rubber factories, tobacco, cigar, .ast, cigar box, paper 
and wood box and carriage factories, sash and door factory, 
plumbing supplies factory, combs, celluloid goods, elastic-web and 
chair factories, saw and grist mills, tanneries, farming and dairying. 
The town contains four churches, three hotels and a number of good 
stores; it is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Abbotsford, Dunham, Eastman, 
Roxton, Sweetsburg, West Shefford, Granboro, Adamsville, 
Mawcook, Milton and St. Joachim. 

LEADER-MAIL, weekly; Granby Ptg. and Pub. Co. Ltd., 
publishers, Geo. Legge, editor and manager ; established 1891 ; 
independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i 

Also publish Farnham Leader, which is the same paper under a 
different heading. 

MONTHLY LEAFLET, monthly; Canada Congregational Wo- 
man's Board of Missions, publishers; established 1890 ;' religious, 
missionary; subscription 15 cents; twelve pages, i col., 6 inches. 

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WHITE RIBBON LEAFLET, monthly; Quebec Provincial 
W. C. T. U., publishers; established 1903; temperance ; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents; eight pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

GRAND' ME RE, pop. 8,000, Co. Champlain, on the St. Maurice 
River, about 7 miles from Shawinigan Junction, on the C.N.Q. Ry. 
and C.P.R., 26 miles N. of Three Rivers; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : paper, shirt, stove and range manufacturing. 
The town contains Catholic church, convent, commercial college, 
town hall and fire station. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Grandes Piles, St. Genevieve and Batiscan. 

LE DIGESTEUR-THE DIGESTER, French and English; 
weekly ; established 1918 ; independent ; distribution free ; eight 
pages, 4 col., 12)4 inches. 

HULL, pop. 22,000, Co. Wright, on the Ottawa River, at the foot of 
Chaudiere Falls and at the mouth of the Gatineau River, % mile 
from Ottawa (the Capital of the Dominion, with which it is connect- 
ed by two steel bridges over the Ottawa River), and on C. P.R. and 
G.T.R. branch line ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : large 
saw mills, match, pail, wooden and fibre ware factories, lubricating 
oil and clothing factories, large Portland cement factory, paper, 
pulp, carding and woollen mills, axe factory, iron and steel foundry, 
mica factory and pork packing ; it also has valuable iron mines 
in its vicinity. The town contains several fine churches, the 
provincial normal school, a~co41ege, a convent and public schools, 
library, city hall and has electric light, water works and fire depart- 
ment and three lumber shipping yards. The supply of water power 
from the Ottawa River is practically unlimited. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Aylmer, Chelsea, 
Thurso, Wakefield, Maniwaki, Montebello, Papineauville, Kazu- 
bazua and Desert. 

ADVANCE AND GATINEAU BEACON, weekly; Jas. 
Thos. Pattison, publisher; established 1900; unionist; Friday; 
subscription fifty cents; four pages, 6 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

LE SPECTATEUR, French, weekly; Le Spectateur Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1889 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 16% inches. Circ'n 3^ 

HUNTINGDON, pop. 1,466, Co. Huntingdon, on the Chateauguay 
River and G.T.R. and N.Y.C.Ry., 48 miles S.W. of Montreal ; Tel., 
T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, planing and grist mills, 
foundry, condensed milk and chetse factories, farming and dairying. 
The town contains four churches, hotel, numerous stores, Odd- 
fellows', Masonic and Foresters' halls, county buildings and an 
academy; it is the centre of a fine farming and dairying country, has 
water works and sewers and a fine electric light plant. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : St. Louis de 
Gonzague, Rockburn, Riverfield, Cazaville, St. Agnes, Powerscourt, 
St. Anicet, Athelstan, Dundee, Kelso, Howick, Franklin Centre, 
Allan's Corners, Hemmingford, Helena, Kensington, Dewittville, 
Anderson's Corners and Herdman. 

GLEANER, weekly; Leslie W. Sellar, publisher; established 
1863 ; independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 7 col., 2\% inches. Circ'n 2 

NEWS AND ENTERPRISE, weekly; published in St. Johns 
by E. R. Smith Co. Ltd.; one of seven distinct editions of the St. 
Johns News. 

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JOLIETTE, Pop. 8,900, Co. Joliette, on the River 1'Assomption, and 
on the C.A.R. and Can. Nat. Ry., 16 miles W. of Berthierville and 
36 miles N. o f Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
paper, grist, saw, planing and fulling mills, foundry, two tanneries, 
biscuit, cigar and tobacco, boot and shoe and glove factories, 
machine shops and farming. The town contains four churches, a 
college, convent, hospital, industrial school, and has large quantities 
of limestone in adjacent quarries ; it is a business centre for thirty 
parishes and has a large trade in pine and spruce timber. Within 
a short distance is a waterfall of considerable height. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Berthier, L'As- 
somption, Terrebonne, St. Alexis, Kildare, St. Jacques, Ste. 
Julienne, St. Paul and St. Gabriel de Brandon. 

L'ACTION POPULAIRE, French, weekly; L'Action Populaire 
Limited, publishers ; established 1913 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight to ten pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 4 

L'ETOILE DU NORD, French, weekly ; Albert Gervais, editor 
and publisher; established 1884; independent; Thursday; 
subscription 75 cents ; six pages, 8 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 3^4 



KNOWLTON, pop. 865, Co. Brome, near head of Brome Lake, on 
C.P.R. ,60 miles S.ET. of Montreal and 10 miles S. of Waterloo; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw and grist mills, tannery, 
farming and dairying. It is the chief town of Brome County, and 
contains four churches, academy and schools and sanitarium ; it is 
also a summer resort for visitors from Montreal. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Mansonville, Sutton, 
West Bolton, Eastman, Abbotsford, Abbot's Corners, Frelighsburg, 
Dunham, St. Armand West and Clarenceville. 

NEWS AND BROME COUNTY ADVOCATE, weekly; pub- 
lished in St. Johns by E. R. Smith Co. Ltd., ; one of seven distinct 
editions of the St. Johns News. 



LACHU T E, pop. 2,500, Co. Argenteuil, on the North River and on 
C.P.R. and C.N.Q.Ry., 44 miles N.W. of Montreal, 76 miles E. of 
Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: paper and pulp 
mills, woollen and knitting mills, two carriage factories, bobbin and 
shuttle and woodenware factories, two foundries, grist and saw 
mills, furniture, sash and door factories, butter, cheese and cheese 
box factories, brickyard, farming and dairying. The town contains 
five churches, academy, French convent and school, the county 
buildings, five hotels and several stores. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Brownsburg, Lakefield, 
St. Philippe, Dalesville, Calumet, St. Columbin, Gushing, Carillon, 
St. Andrews, Grenville and Avoca. 

NEWS AND ARGENTEUIL CO. ADVOCATE, weekly; pub- 
lished in St. Johns by E. R. Smith Co. Ltd. ; one of seven distinct 
editions of the St. Johns A r ezvs. 

WATCH MAN AND OTTAWA VALLEY ADVOCATE, week- 
ly ; J. S. Giles, editor and publisher ; established 1/875 conserva- 
tive ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 18^4 inches. 

Circ'n % 

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LEVIS, pop. 10,000, Co. Levis, on the south shore of the St. Law- 
rence River, opposite the City of Quebec, on the G.T. R., the 
I.C.R. and the Quebec Central Ry., 172 miles N.E. of Montreal; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw mills, boot and shoe and 
tobacco factories, boiler and machine shops, Dominion arsenal and 
cartridge factory and dry dock. The town contains three churches, 
three hospitals, convents, college and schools, Parliament library, and 
the county buildings ; the celebrated Levis Dry Docks are a few 
minutes' walk from the centre of the town ; ferries run to Quebec 
throughout the year, and numbers of merchants and clerks in 
Quebec reside in Levis. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : St. Romuald, St. Joseph, St. Henri, 
Bienville, Etchemin, St. Etienne, St. Jean and St. Nicholas. 

LE QUOTI DIEN , French, every evening except Sunday ; La Cie. 
de Publication de Levis, publishers, F. Pichette, manager ; 
established 1832 ; liberal; subscription $2.50; four pages, 7 col., 21 ^ 
inches. Circ'n 2% 

WEEKLY (Hebdomada ire); established 1832; Friday; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

Also publish Fraserville Le Journal. 

LA LUMIERE, French, weekly; J. W. Lemieux, publisher; 
established 1913; religious; Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 4 col., 16 inches. Circ'n 1^2 

MAGOG, pop. 3,978, Co. tanstead, at the outlet of Lake Memphre- 
magog, and on the C. P. R., 18 miles W. of Sherbrooke, 88 miles 
S. E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The town has excellent 
water power. Chief Industries : the Dominion Textile Co. print 
works and cotton mills, creameries, grist and saw mills, door, sash 
and carriage factories, farming and dairying. The town contains 
four churches, schools, convent and Government buildings. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Fitch 
Bay, Eastman, Georgeville, Bolton Centre, Mansonville : Ayer's 
Flat, Barnston, Massawippi, Rock Forest and Cherry River. 

NEWS, weekly; published in St. Johns by E. R. Smith Co. 
Ltd. ; one of seven distinct editions of the St. Johns News. 

MONTMAGNY, pop. 8,500, Co. Montmagny, oi\ the south shore of 
the St. Law.rence, at the mouth of South River and Bras St. Nicholas 
River, and on the I. C. R., 37 miles E. of Quebec; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : saw, pulp, grist and carding mills, farm- 
ing, foundries, munitions factory, machine shops, road machine, 
cement mixer, sash and door factories, aerated water works 
and three butter factories. The town contains a Roman Catholic 
church, two colleges, two academies, Exhibition Hall, town hall, 
hospital and four hotels, has water works and is lighted by 
electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Cap St. Ignace, St. Pierre, L'IsIet, Berthier en Bas, 
St. Paul, N. D. de Rosaire and St. Francois. 

COURRIER, French, weekly; Alph.Caron, publisher; established 
1894; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 21 finches. 

Circ'n i^ 
See Advt. Page 106. 

LE PEUPLE, French, weekly; La Cie. du Peuple, publishers, 
J. C. Hebert, manager ; established 1900 ; independent ; Friday; 
subscription Si.oo ; twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918. 5,218* 

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u6 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

MONTREAL, pop. 600,000, Co. Hochelaga. The commercial 
metropolis of, and the largest city in the Dominion of Canada, 
situated on the south side of an island formed by the confluence of 
the Ottawa River with the River St. Lawrence, and known as the 
Island of Montreal; latitude 45 31' N., longitude 73 34' W. ; Tel. 
T. , Ex., Banks. Montreal is at the head of St. Lawrence ocean 
navigation, and at the beginning of inland navigation, and has 
railway connection via C. P. R., G. T. R., I. C. R., N. Y. C. Ry. and 
other lines with every important point in North America. It is 
distant from Quebec 172 miles ; from Ottawa 120 miles; Toronto 
333 ; Hamilton 373 ; Halifax 758 ; Fredericton 457 ; Winnipeg 1423 ; 
Victoria 2990 ; Regina 1779 ; Boston 334 ; New York 400 ; Chicago 
845 ; and 2750 miles from Liverpool. Montreal is the greatest 
manufacturing centre in the 'Dominion ; it is a bee-hive of industry, 
producing practically all the wants of twentieth century civilization 
from monster railroad locomotives to the lowliest kitchen utensil. 
Its products include architectural iron and bronze, asbestos pro- 
ducts, automobiles, awnings, babbit metals, jute and cotton bags, 
beds and bedding, belting, biscuits and confectionery, boilers, boots 
and shoes, brassware, bricks, brooms and brushes, building paper, 
buttons, carriages and sleighs, cigars, cigarettes and tobacco, cloth- 
ing, cottons, drugs, chemical and proprietary articles, electric appa- 
ratus, fixtures and supplies, elevators, engines, extracts, fans and 
blowers, flour, furniture, furs, glass, gloves, gramophones, hats and 
caps, jewellery, leather and leather goods, lumber, machinery, 
optical goods, paints and varnishes, paper goods, photographic 
supplies, pianos and organs, pipe and boiler coverings, plumbers' 
and steamfitters' supplies, refrigerating machinery, railroad rolling 
stock, razors, roofing, rope and twine, rubber goods, safes and 
vaults, sewing machines, ships, shoe machinery, soaps, stoves and 
furnaces, structural steel, starch, sugar, syrup and molasses, terra 
cotta, thread, tiles and tiling, tin and enamelware, tools, typesetting 
machines, typewriters, umbrellas, vacuum cleaners, watches and 
clocks, wines and liquors and wire goods. It is the headquarters of 
the two great railway corporations, the Grand Trunk and the 
Canadian Pacific, whose works here employ several thousand hands 
in each case. 

In the year 1535, Jacques Cartier came up the St. Lawrence to 
where the city now stands, and found a large, well-fortified Indian 
town called Hochelaga. In 1611, Champlain established a trading- 
post and called it Place Royale. In 1642, Paul de Chomedey, Sieur 
de Maisonneuve, landed on' the island and laid the lasting foundation 
of the city. Canada remained a French colony till the Treaty of 
Paris in 1763, when Montreal became a British city. Its growth in 
population has been consistent. "At the time of the cession to Great 
Britain the city had only a population of some 3,000 ; at the beginning 
of the last century this had increased to 12,000 and at the present 
time she boasts of over 600,000 inhabitants. Situated on the island 
of Montreal, the largest of a group of islands formed by the con- 
fluence of the Ottawa with the St. Lawrence river, one thousand 
miles from the open sea, its position is picturesque to a degree. 
Behind is the beautifully wooded Mount Royal, in front the majestic 
St. Lawrence. 

Montreal is the head of ocean navigation, the key to the interior 
of the Dominion, the greatest export centre on the continent for 
grain and dairy produce, and the greatest seaport in America next 
to New York. It handles one-third of Canada's ^commerce, is 
visited each season by about 750 ocean-going steamers and 13,000 
lake and river steamers, the whole fleet having a tonnage of 
approximately 7,000,000. The Montreal-Quebec channel now has a 

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minimum depth of 31 feet and easily accommodates vessels of 
15,000 tons. The water area of the harbour is 12,000 acres, and 
granite wharves extend nearly 12 miles up and down the river. 
Splendid steel harbour sheds stand along the water front and three 
huge grain elevators provide a storage capacity of over seven 
million bushels. The harbour facilities include a 75 ton floating 
crane, and one of the largest floating dry docks in the world. This 
was installed in 1912 by Vickers, Sons and Maxim, and has a lifting 
capacity of 27,500 tons. 

Montreal contains 32,000 acres or 50 square miles ; its greatest 
length is 13 miles and width 8 miles. It has taxable property 
valued at $628,086,376, exempt $215,251,101 a total valuation 
of $843,337,477. The city has approximately 125,000 dwellings. 
Quite a number of outlying municipalities have been annexed 
within the last few years and the city is rapidly extending its 
boundaries. Montreal has about two-thirds of the banking capital ot 
Canada, no less than eight chartered banks having their head offices 
here. Twelve other banks have branches here, making over no 
branches in the city altogether. Montreal is noted for its charitable 
and religious institutions, some of which were founded nearly 250 years 
ago. The oldest church in the city is the Bonsecours (Roman 
Catholic) ; it was erected in 1658, was burnt in 1764, but rebuilt 
in 1771. The principal buildings are the City Hall, Court House, 
Post Office, Custom/ House, Board of Trade, Seminary of St. 
Sulpice, Convent of (Notre Dame, General Hospital, Royal Victoria 
Hospital, Grey Nunnery, Montreal College, McGill University 
Buildings, Laval University, Presbyterian, Methodist and Con- 
gregational Colleges, Young Men's Christian Association Building, 
Sailors' Institute, St. Mary's College, Montreal Diocesan College, 
Royal Victoria College, Victoria Skating Rink, Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. Many splendid banks and commercial buildings 
make the business section very solid and imposing ; there are 
nine markets, including Bonsecours, a magnificent building with a 
lofty dome, fronting on the River. The city has over two hundred 
churches, many of them, such as Notre Dame and St. James Cathe- 
drals and St. James Methodist Church, famous throughout the 
country. The parish church of Notre Dame holds 10,000 to 12,000 
persons. It is 255 feet long and 145 feet broad with two towers 220 
feet high. In one of the towers is one of the largest bells in America 
weighing 12 tons. St. James Cathedral is even larger than this. 
Christ Church Cathedral is considered the most perfect specimen of 
Gothic architecture in America. The parks and squares reserved 
in the various districts in the city number over 50, and have an area 
of 805 acres and an estimated value of $8,000,000. Two splendid 
steel bridges span the St. Lawrence, one from the south-west part 
of the city to St. Lambert, on the opposite shore, and the other 
about seven miles above the city. The educational facilities of 
the city comprise the Universities of McGill and Laval with faculties 
of law, arts, science, medicine and veterinary science, and 
theological colleges connected with the Methodist, Congregational, 
Presbyterian, Church of England and Roman Catholic churches; 
a high school, two technical schools, over 70 public schools, a 
number of private schools and several classical and scientific 
academies, also a medical college affiliated with Victoria College, 
Toronto, and the medical faculty of the University of Bishop's 
College, Lennoxville. Montreal has over 1300 streets, with 125 
miles of electric car tracks. The city sends five members to the 
House of Commons and nine to the Local Legislature. 

A. McKm, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG * LONDON, ENG. 



n8 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

GAZETTE, every morning- except Sunday ; Gazette Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Hon. Smeaton White, president; established 1778; 
conservative ; subscription $8.00 ; sixteen pag-es and upward, 8 col., 
20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 33,531f 

Advt. The Ga'-ftle is recognized as " Canada's Best Newspaper." It sells for three 
times the price of any other English daily, being the only three cent English daily pub- 
lished in Montreal. It operates more miles of leased telegraph wire than any other 
Canadian daily. It is delivered to the residences of subscribers by The Gazette's own 
staff of carriers. Member of the A. B.C. See Advt. Pages 6 & 7. 

HERALD AND TELEGRAPH, every evening except Sunday ; 
The Herald Co., Ltd., publishers, 275 Craig- St. West ; established 
1811 ; liberal ; twelve to thirty-two pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 19,279f 

See Advt. Page 9. 

McGILL DAILY, every morning except Sunday during College 
vear ; Students' Council of McGill University, publishers ; established 
1912; subscription $2.50 by mail, $3.50 in city, $1.50 to under- 
graduates; four pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n i? 4 

STAR, every evening except Sunday ; Montreal Star Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers, 163-5-7-9 St. James St. ; established 1869; in- 
dependent ; subscription $3.00 ; twenty to forty-eight pages, 8 col., 
21 ^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 112,331*1 

Also publish family Herald and Weekly Star. 

Advt. The Montreal Daily Star ( Member A. B. C.) is the only newspaper that 
thoroughly covers the English-speaking people in the Montreal field. Not only is it 
read in oo per cent of the English homes, but it has an overflow distribution among 
the business, professional and better class French-Canadian people. See Advts. 
Pages I, 2 and 3. 

FAMILY HERALD AND WEEKLY STAR, weekly; Mon- 
treal Star Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 163-5-7-9 St. James St. ; 
established 1870 ; independent, agricultural ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; twenty-eight to thirty-six pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 

Circ'n 147! 

Also publish Daily Star. 

Advt. The Family Herald and Weekly Star ( Member A. B. C.) is the only 
rural home and farm journal that covers Canada nationally. It has more circula- 
tion in Western Canada and in Eastern Canada than any other similar publication, 
and advertisers -may use either division at a reduced rate or both at the very / 
price charged for the full distribution. See Advts. Pages i, 2 and J. 

LE CANADA, French, every morning except Sunday; The 
Canada Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1903; liberal; 
subscription $6.00 in city, $3.00 by mail; eight to twenty-four 
pages, 7 col., 21 )4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 18,595*| 

WEEKLY, established 1903; Thursday; subscription $1.66; 
eight to ten pages, 7 col., 21 j^ inches. 

Also publish Le Journal d Agriculture. 

Advt. " Le Canada " appeals to the professional, business and wealthy class of 
the population of Montreal. Its circulation covers the most important centres of the 
Province of Quebec and other provinces. Le Canada is the only French morning 
daily in the City of Montreal. Members of the A. B.C. See Advt. Page to. 

LE DEVOIR, French, every evening except Sunday; 
L'Imprimerie Populaire Ltee, publishers; established 1910; 
independent ; subscription $5.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 
21 J4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 15,261| 

WEEKLY, Thursday; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21 X inches. Circ'n 2^4 

Also publish Le Nationaliste . 

See Advt. Page 70 

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LAPATRIE, I-n-iuh, overy evening- except Sunday; La Patrie 
Publishing- Co. Ltd., publishers, La Patrie Bldg., corner St. Catherine 
St. and City Hall Aw ; established 1879 ; conservative ; subscription 
$3.50 ; ten to twenty-tour pages, 8 col., 21 ^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918 : 

Canadian Edition, 21,8O5*t 
U. S. Edition, 3,52O*t 

Advt. From November, 1918, to the ist of February, 1919, La Patrie's circula- 
tion has greatly increased. Its present circulation exceeds 35,000. This will in 
due time be corroborated by the regular A. B. C. Report. See Advt. on Inside Back 
Cover. 

LA PATRIE (LE CULT1VATEUR), weekly; La Patrie Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1872; agricultural; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; fourteen to eighteen pages, 8 col., 21^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 12,O14* 

Advt. The most complete and interesting paper for the farmers is theMontreal 
Weekly "La Patrie" (The Farmer), published every Thursday. Whoever wishes to 
reach the French-Canadian farm homes should advertise in the Weekly "La Patrie." 

It is about the only paper of its kind getting cash in advance from its subscribers: 
it reaches a class of readers that can afford to take practical interest in all proposi- 
tions that are made to them. See Advt. on Inside Back Cover. 

LA PRESSE, French, every evening except Sunday and Cath- 
olic holidays ; La Presse Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 
1884 ; independent ; subscription $3.50 ; fourteen to forty-eight 
pages, 8 col., 21^ inches 

Sworn Circ'n, average flor 15 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918 : 

Canadian Edition, 128.8Olf 
U. S. Edition, 23,73Of 

Advt. La Presse, as a two cent daily newspaper, is in a class by itself as regards 
influence, prestige and advertising value. Its A. B. C. Chicago statement gives it 
a larger circulation without exception than any daily newspaper in Canada, and is 
rightly recognized as the "National Organ of the French Canadian People." See 
Advt. Page 8. 

LA PRESSE WEEKLY, French, weekly; La Presse Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1884; independent-agricultural; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; sixteen to twenty-four pages, 8 col., 
21 % inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 15 mos. to June 30, 1918, 41,194f 

See Advt. Page 8. 

EAGLE, Jewish, every morning except Saturday ; Eagle Pub- 
lishing Co. Ltd. .publishers; established 1907; independent ; subscrip- 
tion $5.00 ; six to eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 12 

Also publish Can. Jewish Chronicle. 

See Advt. Page 84. 

RUSSKOYE SLOVO, Russian; every morning, including Sun- 
day ; printed in New York by Michael Pasvolsky, New York, pub- 
lisher, Canadian office, 408 St. Lawrence Boulevard ; established 
1910 ; independent ; subscription $5.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

BULLETIN, weekly; Wm. Ford, publisher; established 1919; 
local; subscription $1.50; four pages and comic section, 7 col., 
2oj4 inches. 

CHRONICLE (Banking, Insurance and Finance), weekly; 
F. Wilson-Smith, editor and publisher, 10 St. John St. ; established 
1881 ; banking, insurance and finance; Friday; subscription $3.00; 
twenty-four pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

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FINANCIAL TIMES, weekly; Montreal Financial Times Co., 
Ltd., publishers; R. E. Cox, President and Managing- Director, T. 
Kelly Dickinson, Editor, established 1912; financial; Saturday; last 
forms close Thursday ; subscription $3.00 ; twelve to sixteen pages, 
7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 4^ 

Advt. The Financial Times is recognized as the leading authority on all financial 
matters. Its articles are quoted more widely than any other financial paper. This 
is the best testimonial that any paper can receive. It covers the Canadian field thor- 
oughly: it also circulates in the principal U. S. centres. See Advt. Page 86. 

LABOR WORLD LE MONDE OUVRIER, English and 
French weekly ; Gustave Francq (in trust) publisher ; established 
1916 ; labor ; Saturday ; last forms close Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four to six pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

MAISONNEUVE LEADER, weekly; P. T. Harvatt, publisher, 
271 Aird Avenue, Maisonneuve ; established 1918; independent; Satur- 
day ; subscription $ i. oo ; four pages, 5 col., 19 inches. 

NORTHERN MESSENGER, weekly ; J. R., F. E. and W. 

Dougall, publishers; established 1865; illustrated, evangelical and 
story ; Friday; last forms close ten days previous; subscription 50 
cents ; sixteen pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 50,546* 
Also publish Witness and World Wide. 

Advt. Founded 1865. Interdenominational story weekly, going into the home. 
Approved mail order puller. Only unquestionable advertising accepted. 23 cents 
Per agate line: 20 cents on 500 lines: 18 cents on 1,000 lines. See Advt. Page n. 

STANDARD, weekly ; Montreal Standard Publishing Co. Ltd., 
publishers, 177 St. James Street; established 1905 ; literary and news, . 
illustrated, with art and coloured comic sections ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; twenty-eight to forty-eight pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 77,6O3*f 

Advt. The Standard is the National Illustrated Weekly Newspaper of Canada. 
In addition to its heavy news section, it carries the most artistic illustrated Art Section 
of any paper in the Dominion, and also a colored Comic Section. The figures given 
above, 77,603, show the actual average circulation per week for the twelve months 
ending September joth, 1018. These figures show the net paid circulation only, 
of the Standard for that period and are based on the A. B. C. Report. For the twelve 
months ending September 3Oth, 1017, the average paid circulation was 70,255 copies, 
so that during igi8 the average increase of the circulation of the Standard was 7,348 
copies per week. Further evidence of the wonderful growth of the Standard will be 
found in the display advertising pages Nos. 4 and 5, which show the steady growth 
of The Standard from 54,500 in January, igi6, to 02,059 copies on November 23rd, 
iQi8. See Advt. Pages 4 and 5. 

TRADE BULLETIN, weekly; H. Mason, editor and publisher; 
Board of Trade Bldg. ; established 1882 ; produce and provision 
trades; Friday; last forms close Thursday, 4 p.m.; subscription 
$3.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

WITNESS AND CANADIAN HOMESTEAD, weekly;]. R., 
F. E. and W. Dougall, publishers ; established 1845; independent, 
agricultural ; Tuesday ; last forms close Monday a.m. ; subscription 
$1.50; twenty pages, 7 col., 21% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 17,873*t 
Also publish Northern Messenger and World Wide. 

Advt. Founded 1843. Canada's "Old Reliable" national independent weekly 
newspaper and farm and home companion. Edited by John Redpath Dougall. Prob- 
ably no paper in the Dominion has so large a percentage of unsolicited renewals at 
full price. Flat rate six cents per agate line. See Advt. Page n. 

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WORLD WIDE, weekly ; J. R., F. E. and W. Dougall, publish- 
ers; established 1901; literary, independent political review; Fri- 
day ; last forms close Tuesday ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty pages 
up, 4 col., n]/z inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8,93O*t 

Also publish Witness and Northern Afessenger. 

Advt. Founded 1901. Canada's Leading Literary and Independent Political 
Review, in a ivord. the " Literary Digest " of Canada. Casual rate 10 cents f>er agate 
line; J,ooo line rate H cents ; 2,000 line rate 6 cents; Wide magazine columns 
I- ; i-.vtra. See Ad".'t. Page II. 

L'AURORE, French, weekly; Rev. S. Rondeau, managing- edi- 
tor, L'Aurore Printing and Publishing Co., publishers ; established 
1866; religious, Protestant; Friday; subscription $1.50; sixteen 
pages, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

L'AUTORITE, French, weekly; L'Autorite Co., publishers; 
established 1913; independent; Saturday; last forms close Friday; 
subscription $2.00; four to six pages, 8 col., 22^ inches. Circ'n 15^ 

LE BU LLETI N, French, weekly ; A. P. Pigeon Ltd., publishers, 
105-109 Ontario St. E. ; established 1902; liberal; Sunday; last 
forms close Saturday ; subscription $1.50 in Montreal, $1.00 out- 
side ; four pages, 8 col., 22^ inches. Circ'n 9^ 

LE BULLETIN DES AGRICU LTEURS, French; weekly; 
La \Societe Co-operative Agricole des Fromagers de Quebec, 
publishers; established 1917; agricultural; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.50; twenty pages, 2 col., 9 inches. Circ'n 8 

See Advt. Page Sj. 

LE CANARD, French, weekly ;J. E. Reneault, 259 St. Christophe 
street, publisher, established 1877; humorous; Sunday ; last forms 
close Friday; subscription $2.50; sixteen pages, 2 col., 11 inches. 

Circ'n 7^ 

LE MONITEUR DU COMMERCE, French, weekly ; F. D. 
Shallow, editor and publisher, 3 St. Nicholas St. ; established 1881 ; 
general trade and finance ; Friday ; last forms close Thursday 
p.m.; subscription $3.00; forty pages, 3 col., lo 1 /^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 94. 

LE NATIONALISTS, French, weekly ; L'Imprimerie Populaire 
Ltde., publishers, 43 St. Vincent St. ; established 1904 ; independent ; 
Sunday; last forms close Saturday, 10 a.m.; subscription $2.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21 tf inches. 

Also publish Le Devoir. 

LE NORD DE MONTREAL, French, weekly; Chas. Chalifour, 
publisher ; established ^915 ; independent ; Saturday ; distribution 
free ; four pages, 5 cols., 18 inches. Circ'n 4^" 

(Free) 

LE PAYS, French, weekly; La Soci^t^ Anonyme d'Imprimerie, 
publishers ; established 1910 ; liberal-independent ; Saturday; last 
forms close Friday; subscription $2.50; six pages, 7 col., 
21^2 inches. Circ'n 10^ 

See Advt. Page 140. 

LE PRIX COURANT, French, weekly; The Retail Merchants 
Publishing Co., of Canada, Ltd., publishers, 80 St. Denis St. ; 
established 1887; commercial; Friday; last forms close Wednes- 
day; subscription $3.00; sixty pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,25O*t 

See Advt. Page 78. 

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LE SAMEDI, French, weekly; Poirier, Bessette & Cie., 
publishers, 131 Cadieux street ; established 1889 ; literary and 
humourous, illustrated ; Saturday ; last forms close 10 days pre- 
vious; subscription $3.50 ; forty pages, 3 and 4 col., 12^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 27,374*1 

Also publish La Revue Populaire. 

See Advt. Page 12 

LA SEMAINE RELIGIEUSE, French, weekly; Rev. E. 
Auclair, publisher, Rev.' Canon L. E. Cousineau, manager ; estab- 
lished 1883; religious, Roman Catholic; Monday; subscription $2.00; 
thirty-two pages, size 4x7. Circ'n 2^ 

L'ARALDO DEL CANADA, Italian, weekly ; Caldani and 
Rocca, publishers ; established 1906 ; interests of Italian colony in 
Canada ; Saturday; last forms close Saturday a.m.; subscription 
$2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3^4 

See Advt. Page 96. 

CANADIAN JEWISH CHRONICLE, weekly ; Eagle Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1914; independent; Friday; 
subscription $3.00 ; twenty pages, 3 col., 13 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publish Eagle. 

See Advt. Page 84. 

L'INDIPENDENTE CORRIERE DEL CANADA, Italian, 
weekly ; L. Noble, editor and proprietor ; established 1896 ; inter- 
ests of Italian colony in Canada; Saturday; subscription $2.00; 
four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 8 

L' ITALIA, Italian, weekly ; LTtalia Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; established 1916; conservative; Saturday; last forms close 
Thursday; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8,87O 

Sec Advt. Page 94. 

JEWISH WEEKLY, weekly; The Jewish Weekly Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1917 ; independent-Jewish; subscrip- 
tion $2.00; sixteen pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. 

LE PASSE -TEMPS, French, bi-weekly; J. E. Blair, pub- 
lisher; established 1895; musical and literary; alternate Saturdays; 
last forms close alternate Fridays; subscription $2.00; twenty pages, 
4 col., it l /2. inches. Circ'n 8^ 

BY-WATER, monthly ; Canada Steamship Lines, Limited, 
publishers, Richelieu Bldg., Montreal; established 1915; literary 
and travel; ist of month; subscription $1.00 ; sixty-four pages 
and upwards ; 2 wide cols., 9^ inches. Circ'n 9^ 

CANADA WEST INDIA M AGAZ I N E, monthly ; Canada and 
West India Publishing Co., Limited, publishers; established 1910; 
trade and travel; 2oth of month ; last forms close i5th of month ; 
subscription $2.00 ; twenty-four pages, 3 col., n^ inches. Circ'n 4^ 

CANADIAN MESSENGER OF THE SACRED HEART, 

monthly ; Society of Jesus, publishers, E. J. Devine, S. J., editor, 
1075 Rachel St. ; established 1892 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 
ist of month ; last forms close 2nd of preceding month ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; sixty pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 80,571* 
Publishes also a French edition, circulation of which is included in 
above rating. 

Advt. TTie Canadian Messenger covers the Catholic population of Canada 
( French and English ) very thoroughly. It is an ideal medium for mail order 
campaigns and for all household articles. The circulation shows a steady increase 
in Feby , 1919, it u-ns 84,200. See Advt. Page tj. 

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CANADIAN MUNICIPAL JOURNAL, monthly; Canadian 
Municipal Journal Co, Ltd., publishers, Coristine Bldg. ; established 
1904 ; municipal ; ist of month ; last forms close 2Oth of month ; 
subscription $2.00; forty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page <;.'. 

CANADIAN OFFICIAL RAILWAY GUIDE, monthly; 
International Railway Publishing' Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1866; transportation; subscription $3.00; four hundred and twenty 
pages, 3 col., 7^ inches. Circ'n 5 

EXPORT JOURNAL OF CANADA, monthly ; Export Pub- 
lishing Co. (H. R. Pickens), publishers; established 1919; export trade 
and foreign markets; last forms close zoth of each month; sub 
scription $3.00; 10^ inches. 

Also publish Shipbuilding and Harbor Construction. 

Advt. Full information regarding rates, spaces, &c., for the Export Journal will 
be found on page 134, This is the only export journal in the Dominion. It is striv- 
ing hard to assist Canadian exporters. Its advertising columns can assist you 
materially in making your Export Department a success. See Advt. Page 134. 

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE, monthly. 
See Journal d 'Agriculture et d" Horticulture. 
See Advt. Page 10. 

MONTHLY BULLETIN, monthly; Rev. W. Bowman Tucker, 
publisher, 287 Cadieux St.; established 1908; social service ; 3Oth 
of month ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 2 col., 7 inches. 

MONTHLY BULLETIN OF THE CANADIAN MINING 
INSTITUTE, monthly ; Can. Mining Institute, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1914; mining ; ist of month; last forms close 2Oth of month; 
subscription $5.00 ; one hundred pages and upwards. Circ'n i 

MOTORIST, monthly; Montreal Motorist Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1919; automobiles; ist of month; sub- 
scription $1.50; fifty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly; Henry Miles, 
publisher; established 1890; drugs ; loth of month; last forms close 
24th of month; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 2 wide col., 
8% inches. Circ'n i^ 

PRESBYTERIAN RECORD, monthly; Rev. E. Scott, D.D., 
editor, The Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers, Y.M.C.A. 
Bldg. ; established 1876; Presbyterian; ist of month; last forms close 
i5th of month; subscription 90 cents; thirty-six pages, 2 col., 8 
inches. Circ'n 57 

QUEBEC PRACTICE REPORTS, monthly ; Wilson & 
Lafleur Ltd., publishers, 17 and 19 St. James St. ; established 1895 ; 
legal ; subscription $5.50 ; forty-eight pages, size 6^ x 10^ inches. 

Also publish La Revue de Jurisprudence and La Revue I.egale. 

SENTINEL OF THE B. S., monthly; Fathers of Blessed 
Sacrament, publishers; established 1898 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 
2Oth of month ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, i col., 5^ 
inches. 

Also publish Annales des Pretres Adorateurs, Bulletin Eucharis- 
tique and Le Petit Messager du Tres St. Sacrement. 

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SHIPBUILDING AND HARBOR CONSTRUCTION, 

monthly; Shipbuilding 1 and Harbor Construction Publishing Co., 
publishers, 171 St. James street; established 1917; shipbuilding in- 
dustry; subscription $2.00; forty-eight pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

Advt. Shipbuilding and Harbor Construction is without question the medium for 
advertising anything pertaining to ships and shipping, as it reaches practically every 
one in these lines in Canada. Its rapid growth demonstrates its usefulness to adver- 
tisers. For full information, including rales, see Advt. Page 135. 

VETERAN, monthly; The Veteran, Limited, publishers; estab- 
lished 1917; historical and literary; subscription $2.00; sixty-four 
pages, 3 col., <)% inches. Circ'n 



Advt. Any paper that goes into the greater portion of the homes of Canada's re- 
turning soldiers the homes of Canada's returning citizens is a paper that you 
cannot afford to overlook. But The Veteran does not stop there it is read by all 
classes of thinking people in this country, by the people who buy. See Advt. Page 140. 

L' ACTION FRANCAISE, French, monthly ; Ligne des Droits 
du Francais, publishers ; established 1917 ; French-Canadian inter- 
ests ; subscription $1.00; forty-eight pages, i col., 5^ inches. 

Circ'n 3^" 

ALLIANCE NATIONALS, French, monthly; Alliance 
Nationale, publishers ; established 1897 ; fraternal ; 2oth of month ; 
subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, 3 col., 12 inches. 

L'AMI DES SOURDS-MUETS, French, monthly; S. Gir- 
oux, publisher ; established 1908^ deaf and dumb ; ist of month ; 
last forms close first Saturday of month; subscription 50 cents ; 
eight pages, 2 col., 8^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

ANNALES DES PRETRES ADORATEURS, French, 
monthly ; Fathers of Blessed Sacrament, publishers ; established 
1898 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 25th of month; last forms close 
2oth of month; subscription $1.00; thirty-two pages, i col., f}4 
inches. 

Also publish Bulletin Eucharistique , Le Petit Messager du Tres 
St. Sacrement and Sentinel of the B. S. 

L' ARTISAN, French, monthly; La Societe des Artisans Cana- 
diens Francais, publishers; established 1891 ; fraternal; i5th of month; 
subscription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. Circ'n 47 

LA BONNE PAROLE, French, monthly; La Federation Na- 
tionale Saint Jean Baptiste, publishers ; established 1913 ; fraternal ; 
last forms close 5th of month; subscription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, 
2 col., 1 1 inches. 

LE BULLETIN DE LA CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE 
DE MONTREAL, French, monthly; J. C. Groves - Contant, 
publisher; established 1897; commercial; 1 5th of month; subscription 
$1.00 ; twenty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

BULLETIN EUCHARISTIQUE, French, monthly ; Fathers of 
Blessed Sacrament, publishers ; established 1895 ; religious, Roman 
Catholic ; loth of month ; last forms close gth of month ; subscription 
25 cents, thirty-two pages, i col., 8 inches. 

Also publish Annales des Pretres Adorateurs, Lt Petit Messager 
du Tres St. Sacrement and Sentinel of the B. S. 

LA CL1NIQUE, monthly ; F. de Martigny, M.D., and R. 
Villecourt, M.D., publishers; established 1894; medical; ist of month; 
last forms close 2Oth of month previous; subscription $1.00 ; ninety- 
six pages, size 4^ x 7. Circ'n 3^ 

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JOURNAL D' AGRICULTURE ET D' HORTICULTU RE, 

French, monthly; The Canada Publishing- Co. Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1878; farming and gardening- ; isth of month; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 4 col., 12% inches. 

Also publish same paper in English, on ist of month. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918: 

Also publish Le Canada. French Edition, 83,517* 

English Edition, 7,645* 

See Advt. Page 10. 

LE MESSAGERCANADIEN DU SACRE CCEUR, French, 
monthly; Society of Jesus, publishers, L. Boncompain, S. J., editor, 
1075 Rachel St. ; established 1892 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; ist 
of month ; last forms close 2nd of month ; subscription 50 cents ; 
sixty pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

See Can. Messenger of Sacred Heart. 

LA MINERVE, French; weekly; La Minerve Pub. Co. Ltd., 
publishers; established 1918; conservative; Friday; subscription 
$2.00; twenty-tour pages, 2 col., 14 inches. 

LE NIGOGjXFrench, monthly; Fernand Prefontaine, Leo-Pol 
Morin and Robert Laroque de Roquebrune, publishers, 182 St. 
Catherine St. East; established 1918; literary; subscription $2.25; 
40 pages, i wide col., 6^ inches. 

LE PETIT MESSAGER DU TRES ST. SACREMENT, 

French, monthly ; Fathers of Blessed Sacrament, publishers ; estab- 
shed 1898 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 2oth of month ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, i col., 5^ inches. 

Also publish Annales des Pretres Adorateurs, Bulletin Eucharis- 
tique and Sentinel of the B. S. 

LA REVUE CANADIENNE, French, monthly; Arbour & Du- 
pont, publishers; 249 Lagauchetiere St. East; established 1864; 
literary, illustrated; about I5th of month; subscription $3.00; eighty 
to one hundred pages, i col., 6^ inches. . Circ'n ^ 

LA REVUE DE JURISPRUDENCE, French and English, 
monthly; Hon. Justice de Lorimier, editor, Wilson & Lafleur, Ltd., 
publishers, 17 and 19 St. James St.; established .1895 ; legal ; sub- 
scription $5.50 ; forty-eight pages, size 6x9. 

Also publish La Revue Legale and Quebec Practice Reports. 

LA REVUE LEGALE, French and English, monthly; J. J. 
Beauchamp, K.C., editor, Wilson & Lafleur, Ltd., publishers, 17 and 
19 St. James St. ; established 1869; legal; subscription $5.50; forty 
eight to sixty pages, size 6x9. 

Also publish La Revue de Jurisprudence and Quebec Practice 
Reports. 

LA REVUE NATIONALE, French; monthly; La Societe St. 
Jean-Baptiste de Montreal, publishers; established 1919; French 
national interests in Canada; subscription $1.00; forty-eight pages, 
i col., 7 inches. 

LA REVUE POPU LAI RE, French, monthly; Poirier, Bessette 
& Cie., publishers, 131 Cadieux street; established 1907 ; literary ; 
ist Tuesday of month ; subscription $1.75; one hundred and sixty- 
four pages, 2 col., 1^2 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos to Sept. 30, 1918, 10, 246* 

Also publish Le Samedi. 

See Advt. Page 12. 

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126 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

LE SEMEUR, French, monthly; Association Catholique de la 
Jeunesse Canadienne-Franc.aise, 90 St. James Street, publishers ; 
established 1904 ; religious, literary; ist of month ; last forms close 
2oth of month ; subscription $7.00; thirty-two pages, i or 2 col., 
63/^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 12. 

LA TEMPERANCE, French, monthly; Franciscan Fathers, 
publishers, 964 Dorchester street; established 1906; temperance; 25th 
of month ; subscription 40 cents; thirty-two pages, i col., 6^ inches. 

L'UNION MEDICALE DU CANADA, French, monthly; T. 
Valiquette, manager, 2734, Christopher Columbus St. ; A. LeSage, 
M.D., editor ; established 1872 ; medical ; subscription $e.oo ; 
fifty-two pages, i col., 8 inches. 

CANADIAN ANTIQUARIAN AND NUMISMATIC JOUR- 
NAL, quarterly ; Antiquarian and Numismatic Society of Montreal, 
publishers ; established 1872 ; numismatic and antiquarian ; 
subscription $2.00; forty-eight pages and cover, i col., 6 inches. 
No advertisements. 

CANADIAN RAILROADER, quarterly; The sth Sunday Meet- 
ings Assn. of Canada, publishers; established 1917; railroad; De- 
cember, March, June and October; subscription $1.00; 150 pages, 2 
wide col., 9 inches. 

JOURNAL OF CAN. BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, 

quarterly ; Gagnier Co. Ltd., Toronto, publishers ; established 1893 ; 
banking ; January, April, July and October ; subscription $1.00 ; 
one hundred pages. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sep. 30, 1918, 3,945* 

UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE, quarterly; Dr. Andrew Macphail, 
216 Peel St., Montreal, editor and publisher; established 1900; 
literary and political ; February, April, October and December ; 
subscription $2.00 ; one hundred and seventy-six pages, 7 x 10. 

C'r.-c'n i?/ 



OR MS T OWN, pop. 930, Co. Chateauguay, on the Chateauguay 
River and on G.T.R.,47^ miles from Montreal; Tel., T., Ex. , Banks. 
Chief Industries : terra cotta and brick making, Borden milk plant, 
saw, grist, sash and door and cheese factories, dairying and farming. 
The village contains five churches, two hotels, Oddfellows' hall and * 
fourteen stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Howick, Ste. Marline, Franklin Centre, St. Chrysos- 
tome, Cowans, Covey Hill and Brysons. . 

BULLETIN, weekly; J. H. Tomson, editor and proprietor; 
established 1895; unionist; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n il^ 

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POINTE-AUX-TREMBLES, pop. 1,800, Co. Hochelaga, on the 
St. Lawrence River and C.N.R., 2 miles N. E. of Montreal, with 
which it is connected by electric railway ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. A 
residential suburb of Montreal. 

L 1 ADMINISTRATION, weekly; La Societe de Publication 
de 1'Est, Limitee, publishers; established 1915; independent; Satur- 
day ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 18^ inches. Circ'n i '^ 

QUEBEC, pop. 103,246, Co. Quebec, is situated on the left bank of the 
River St. Lawrence and on C. P.R., G.T. R., I.C.R., Transcon- 
tinental Ry., C.N.R. , Quebec and Lake St. John Rys. , 1 80 miles N.E. 
of Montreal, and 328 miles N. W. of Portland, Me., lat. (of N. E. 
bastion) 46 49' 6" N., long. 71 13' 45" W.; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : shipbuilding, manufacture of iron castings, 
machinery, cutlery, nails, cartridges and shells, leather, paper, 
church ornaments, boots and shoes, rope, tobacco and cigars, 
steel, rifles, corsets./cotton, furs, patent medicines and wine, and 
extensive shippmgr Quebec is the capital of the Province of Quebec. 
In the grandeur of its site and surroundings, in the strength of its for- 
tifications, and in the extent and romance of its history, Quebec 
stands supreme among the cities of America. It has a remark- 
ably picturesque situation between the St. Lawrence and St. 
Charles Rivers, at the north-eastern extremity of a narrow but 
elevated tableland, which for about eight miles forms the left bank of 
the River St. Lawrence. Cape Diamond, the extremity of the table- 
land, is 333 feet above the level of the river, to which it presents a 
nearly precipitous face ; the descent to the St. Charles River is more 
gradual. The distance from one river to the other is little more than 
a mile. Opposite Cape Diamond the St. Lawrence is contracted to a 
breadth of 1,314 yards ; but immediately below, at the confluence ot 
the St. Charles, it spreads out into a broad and beautiful basin, more 
than 2,500 yards wide, forming a capacious and excellent harbour. 
The Quebec Bridge, which spans the St. Lawrence River above the 
city, is described as the eighth wonder of the world. As an en- 
gineering feat, the construction of this mammoth bridge far 
eclipses the structure over the Firfh of Forth in Scotland, 
which is the second brjdge in the world to-day. The Que- 
bec Bridge connects the city directly with Winnipeg and 
' the West by the shortest route from the -Atlantic seaboard. 
The Spring tides rise and fall 18 to 22 feet. Quebec is divided into 
two parts called Upper and Lower Towns. The Upper Town occu- 
pies the highest part of the promontory ; a small part of it is sur- 
rounded with walls, and otherwise fortified. The ancient citadel, 
which crowns the: summit of Cape Diamond, covers, with its numer- 
ous works, an area of 40 acres, and from its position is the strongest 
natural fortress in America. The Lower Town, which is the seat of 
commerce, is built around the base of Cape Diamond, where, in 
many places, the rock has been cut away to make room for the 
houses. The banks of both rivers are lined with warehouses and 
wharves, the latter jutting about 200 feet into the stream, and along 
them the water is sufficiently deep to admit vessels of the largest 
si/.c. Thi> city has several times suffered from disastrous fires, but 
the result has been the erection of more attractive buildings and a 
consequent improvement in the general appearance of the city. 
In the Upper Town are several squares and public walks commanding 
views unrivalled for their varied and picturesque appearance. 
In one stands a substantial monument, erected to th- joint memory 
of Generals Wolfe and Montcalm, the English and French commanders 
who ffll in the taking of Quebec in 1759. It is 65 feet. high. A 

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monument 40 feet high marks the spot where General Wolfe fell on 
the Plains of Abraham ; while on St. Foy Road stands a monument 
presented by Prince Napoleon Bonaparte in 1855, commemorating 1 
a fierce struggle which took place here in 1760 between the British 
and French troops. Among the public buildings of Quebec may be 
mentioned the Parliament Buildings; Drill Hall; the Roman Catholic 
Basilica, with a seating capacity of 4,000 persons, and covering with 
the university attached an area of eight acres; the English Cathedral, 
surmounted by a lofty spire, both occupying elevated positions in the 
Upper Town, Chateau Frontenac, Bishop's Palace and Anglican See 
House. There are numerous churches in Quebec and one synagogue. 
The educational institutions comprise three Roman Catholic Colleges, 
viz : Laval University, with faculties of arts, law and medicine, the 
Grand Seminary and the Minor Seminary ; the Ursuline Convent, 
an extensive establishment founded in 1641 ; several nunneries ; 
Laval, Normal and Model schools ; Girls' High school ; the Quebec 
High school, and a number of private academies and public schools. 
There are in addition, a Canadian Institute, provided with a library 
and reading room ; the Literary and Historical Society, the oldest 
Chartered Institution of its kind in Canada, having been founded in 
1824, and possessing valuable " Records of the Realm " in eighty or 
ninety folios, and a large selection of historical manuscripts ; the 
Entomological Society, St. Patrick's Literary Institute, Advocates' 
Library, Board of Trade, Merchants' Exchange and the Y. M. C. A. 
rooms. The principal benevolent Institutions are the Hotel Dieu, 
Jeffery Hale's Hospital, General Hospital, Finlay Asylum, Church of 
England Women's Home, Ladies' Protestant Home, St. Bridget's 
Home, Female Orphan Asylum, and the Lunatic Asylum at Beauport. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
New Liverpool, Beauport, Valcartier, Laval, St. Raymond, Isle of 
Orleans, Sillery, Hedleyville, Portneuf, Lorette, Montmorency Falls, 
Loretteville, St. Joseph, St. Romuald, St. Nicholas, Etchemin and 
Charlesbourg. 

CHRONICLE, every morning except Sunday; Chronicle Printing 
Co., publishers ; established 1764 ; independent - conservative ; 
subscription $3.00, by mail, $4.00 in city; ten pages and upward, ' 
7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n, 14^ 

See Advt. Page 76. 

GAZETTE, (weekly edition of Chronicle.); established 17641 . 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

TELEGRAPH, every evening except Sunday. Telegraph 
Printing Co., publishers, Frank Carrel, president; established 1874; 
independent-liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; twelve pages, 8 col., 
21% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 11,631* 

Advt. For business progress and public service, the record of the Quebec Telegraph 
will compare with any journal in the Dominion. As the business man's indicator 
and as the independent paper of the home, the Telegraph stands first in the field, en- 
joying the support not only of practically all the English-speaking people of the 
City and district, but also the clientele of the best French-Canadian thought. In the 
Home in the Office Always the Quebec Telegraph. See Advt. Page 124. 

L'ACTION CATHOLIQUE, French, every evening except 
Sunday; L' Action Sociale Ltee, publishers; established 1907; indepen- 
dent ; Catholic ; organ of L' Action Sociale Catholique ; subscription 
$3.00 ; fourteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 14,O56 

WEEKLY, established 1907 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
fourteen pages, 7 col., 21. inches. Circ'n 15^ 

Also publish La Sematne Religieuse de Quebec. 

See 'Advt. Page 62. 
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L' EVEN EM ENT, French, every evening except Sunday; La 
Cie. de 1'KvoiHMiH-nt, publishers; established 1867; conservative; 
subscription $3.00 ; eight to thirty-four pages, 7 col., 19% inches. 



Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 18,260* 

WEEKLY, established 1867; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
t \\vlve pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos., to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,811* 

LE SOLEIL, French, every evening except Sunday ; Le Soleil 
Publishing Co., publishers; established 1880; liberal; subscription 
$3.00 ; ten to twenty-four pages, 8 col., 2i_J^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 1 2 mos., to Sept. 30, 1918, 38,358*f 

WEEKLY, established 1880; Saturday; subscription $1.00; ten 
to sixteen pages, 8 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 6^ 

Advt. Le Soleil, the only A7B.C. paper in Quebec and the largest newspaper 
in Canada east of Montreal, practically covers the entire City of Quebec, and 
also affords the advertiser the means of reaching the French-speaking population 
of the fertile agricultural district within a radius of 75 miles. It is an invaluable 
paper for a test campaign in the important City of Quebec, having a circulation 
greater than all other Quebec City Dailies combined. See Advt. Page. 125. 

LE BULLETIN DU COMMERCE, French, weekly ; A. Cinq- 
Mars, publisher; established 1917; commercial and financial; Friday; 
subscription $2.00; twenty-four pages, 2 and 3 col., 105 inches. 

Circ'n i|^ 

See Advt. Page 95. 

LE FRANC-PARLEUR, French, weekly; Raoul Renault, pub- 
lisher,; established 1915; independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; 
eight to sixteen pages, 5 cols., 16 inches. Circ'n 2]^ 

Also publishes Le Gaspesien and La JSasse-Cour. 

LE GASPESIEN, French; weekly ; Raoul Renault, publisher; 
established 1918; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 16 inches. 

Also publish Le Franc Parleur and La Basse-Conr. 

LA GAZETTE OFFICIELLE, French and English, weekly; 
Government of Quebec, publishers ; E. E. Cinq-Mars, King's Printer ; 
official information ; Saturday ; subscription $5.00 ; forty to sixty- 
four pages, 2 col., 9^ inches. 

LE MOUSQUETAIRE ET L'ECHO DE LAVAL, French, 
weekly ; La Societe Anonyme de Publication de 1'Echo de Laval, 
publishers ; established 1917 ; college; Saturday ; subscription $2.00; 
six pages, 4 cols., 15^ inches. 

LA SEMAINE COMMERCIALE, French, weekly; L. E. 
Thompson, publisher ; established 1894 ; commercial ; Friday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; thirty-two pages, 3 col., n# inches. 

LA SEMAINE RELIGIEUSE DE QUEBEC, French, 
weekly; L' Action Sociale, Ltee., publishers; established 1888; 
religious, Roman Catholic; Thursday; subscription $1.50; sixteen 
pages, i wide col., 6^ inches. 

Also publish L Action Catholique. 

DIOCESAN GAZETTE, monthly ; printed by Chronicle 
Printing Co. ; established 1893 ; religious, Church of England ; 
subscription 25 cents ; twelve pages, 2 col., 7 inches. 

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ANNALES DE NOTRE -DAME DU SACRE - CCEUR, 

French, monthly ; Les Rev. Peres Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur, 
publishers ; established 1903 ; religious ; subscription 75 cents ; 
forty pages, i or 2 col., 6)^ inches. 

LA BASSE-COUR, French; monthly ; Raoul Renault, pub- 
lisher; established 1918; poultry raising; J5th of month; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; twelve to sixteen pages, 3 col. > 10 inches. 

Also publish Le Franc Parleur and Le Gaspesien. 

LE BULLETIN DE LA FE R ME, French, monthly; La Cie. 
de Publication du Bulletin de la Ferme, publishers; established 1913; 
agricultural ; last day of month ; subscription 25 cents ; twenty-four 
pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 9 

LE CROISE, French, monthly: Amedee Denault, publisher; 
established 1910; independent-social; ist of month; subscription 
$1.00; four to twelve pages, 3 col., 12x9 inches. Circ'n 

L'ENSEIGNEMENT PR! MAI RE, French, monthly; C. J. 
Magnan, editor and publisher; established 1880; educational, 
Catholic ; loth of month ; subscription $1.50 ; sixty -four pages, 
2 col., 6^ inches. Circ'n 8 

LES FLEURS DE LA CHARITE, French, monthly; 
L'CEuvre du Patronage, publishers ; established 1897 ; religious, 
educational and literary ; subscription 50 cents ', thirty-two pages, 
i col., 6-^ inches. 

LE NATURALISTS CAN AD I EN, French, monthly ; Canon 
V. A. Huard, editor and publisher ; established 1868 ; scientific ; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, i col., 6 inches. 

EDUCATIONAL RECORD, quarterly; published for the 
Educational Department by Canada Stamp Co. reg'd. ; established 1 88 1 ; 
educational; subscription $i.oo;eighty-fivepages,size6x9. Circ'n i 



RIGHMOND, pop. 3,500, Co. Richmond, on right bank of River St. 
Francis and on G. T. R., 76^ miles E. of Montreal and 24 miles 
N. W. of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : last 
factory, foundry, mining, saw and grist mills, sash and door factories, 
G.T. R. shops, brick manufacturing, woollen factory and agriculture. 
The town contains five churches, schools, county buildings, good 
stores, opera house and four hotels. A bridge spans, the St. Francis 
and connects this town with Melbourne. It has good educational 
advantages : the St. Francis College, high school, convent, public 
and separate schools. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Melbourne, Ulverton, New Rockland, 
Kingsey Falls, Bromptonville, South Durham and Kingsbury. 

NEWS, AND DISTRICT OF ST. FRANCES ADVOCATE, 
weekly; published in St. Johns by E. R. Smith Co. Ltd.; one of seven 
distinct editions of the St. Johns News. 

TIMES-GUARDIAN, weekly; A. V. Glassey, editor, W. L. 
Lance, publisher ; established 1856 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. r Circ'n i 

Issue also Danville Times- Gttardian and Windsor Mills Times- 
Guardian, which are the same paper with different headings. 

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QUEBEC 131 

RIMOUSKI, pop. 4,000, Co. Rimouski, on the south shore of the St. 
Lawrence and on the I. C. R., 180 miles N. E. of Quebec ; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw and shing-le mills, pulp and 
paper mills and biscuit factory. The town contains, besides the 
county buildings, a Roman Catholic cathedral, a seminary and three 
convents. It has a fine harbor, and during the season of river 
navigation the Royal Mail Steamships stop here to receive and land 
the European mails. Steamboat connection with the important 
points on the North Shore. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Little Metis, Ste. Flavie Station, Bic, 
Matane and Grand Metis. 

LE PROGRES DU GOLFE. French, weekly ; La Cie. du 
Progres du Golfe, publishers ; ^startfhshed 1904; independent; Friday; 
subscription $1.00 ; four to six pages, ycol., 21^ inches. Circ'n i)4 

LE MESSAGER DE STE-AN NE, French, monthly; Seminary 
of Rimouski, publishers ; established 1885 ; religious ; ist week of 
month; subscription 35 cents; thirty-two pages, i wide col. ,6^ inches. 

Circ'n 4^ 

ROBERVAL, pop. 2,500, Co. Lake St. John, on Lake St. John, the 
terminus of Quebec and Lake St. John Ry., 56 miles W. of Chicoutimi, 
180 miles N.W. of Quebec ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
lumbering, pulp mills, sash and door factories, saw and flour mills, 
concrete block,, tile, pipe and canning factories. The town contains 
a court house, jail, town hall, college and monastery of the Ursulines. 
Roberval is the centre of the Lake St. John Valley, with its great 
lumbering and pulp wood industries. A popular summer resort. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
St. Felicien, Normandin, Chambord, St. Gedion and Herbertville. 

LE COLON, French, weekly ; La Cie de Publicite de Roberval, 
publishers; established 1917; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

ROCK ISLAND, pop. 1,300, Co. Stanstead, is the industrial and 
commercial centre of the " Three Villages," pop. 3,000, Rock Island 
and Stanstead Plain, Que. , and Derby Line, Vt. , geographically and 
commercially one, on the Boston & Maine Ry., 9 miles from 
Newport, Vt., and 35 miles S.W. of Sherbrooke, Que. ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, machinists' tool works, whip 
and wood working factories, seven overall factories, suspender, 
blanket, pant, shirt and ladies' skirt and petticoat factories. The 
" Three Villages " contain five churches, Stanstead college, public 
schools, Ursuline convent and two hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Beebe Plain, Fitch Bay, 
Georgeville, Barnston, Way's Mills, Ayer's Cliff, Smith's Mills, 
Massawippi and Hatley. 

STANSTEAD JOURNAL, weekly ; Journal Printing Co., 
publishers; established 1845; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

STE. ANNE DE BELLEVUE, pop. 1,700, Co. of Jacques Cartier, 
on Ottawa River, G. T. R. and C. P. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
A beautiful residential town, 22 miles W. of Montreal, the seat ot 
the widely known Macdonald College, which comprises School of 
Agriculture, School of Household Science and School for Teachers, 
where the Protestant teachers for the public schools of the Province 
of Quebec are trained. The waters adjacent to the town are noted 
for their excellent fishing. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Senneville, Beaurepaire, Beaconsfield, 
Pointe Claire, Vaudreuil, Como, Hudson, Hudson Heights and 
Beauhaniois. 

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CANADIAN TEXTILE JOURNAL, weekly, alternate issues 
French find English; Garden City Press, publishers; established 
1883; technical and trade; Tuesday; last forms close ist of month; 
subscription $2.00; forty pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Pulp and Paper Magazine, Canadian Fisherman, 
Canadian Mining Journal, Journal of Commerce and Iron and 
Steel of Canada. 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, weekly ; Garden City 
Press, publishers ; established 1875 ; finance, commerce and indus- 
try; Tuesday; last forms close Monday a/m ; subscription $3.00; 
twenty-four to one hundred and thirty pages, 4 col., 9^ x 14 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Textile Journal, Pulp and Paper 
Magazine, Canadian Alining Journal, Canadian Fisherman and 
Iron and Steel of Canada. 

PULP AND PAPER MAGAZINE, weekly; Garden City 
Press, publishers ; established 1903 ; technical and trade ; Thursday; 
last forms close Monday; subscription $5.00; sixty-eight to one 
hundred and sixteen pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Fisherman, Canadian Mining Journal, 
Journal of Commerce, Iron and Steel of Canada and Canadian 
Textile Journal. 

CANADIAN MINING JOURNAL, with which is incorpora- 
ted the "Canadian Mining Review"; semi-monthly; Garden City 
Press, publishers; established 1907 (Can. Mining Review estab- 
lished 1879) ; mining," metallurgy and allied industries; ist and i5th 
of month; last forms close 23rd and 8th of month; subscription $2.00; 
sixty-four pages and upwards, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Textile Journal, Pulp and Paper Maga- 
zine, Journal of Commerce, Canadian Fisherman and Iron and 
Steel of Canada. 

CANADIAN FISHERMAN, monthly; Garden City Press, 
publishers; established 1914 ; commercial fisheries and fish culture ; 
loth of month ; subscription $1.00; thirty-six to fifty-two pages, 
2 wide c'ol. , 10 inches. 

Also publish Can. Textile Journal, Canadian Mining Journal, 
Journal of Commerce, Iron and Steel of Canada and Pulp and 
Paper Magazine. 

IRON AND STEEL OF CANADA, monthly; Garden City 
Press, publishers; Dr. Alfred Stansfield, editor; established 1918; 
iron and steel foundry and machine shop interests; ist. of month ; 
subscription $2.00 ; eighty to one hundred pages ; 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Textile Journal, Canadian Mining 
Journal, Journal of Commerce, Canadian Fisherman and Pulp and 
Paper Magazine. 

CANADIAN BOOKMAN, quarterly; Garden City Press, pub- 
lishers; established 1919; literature; subscription $1.50; ninety-six 
pages; 2 col., 10 inches. 



MAC DONALD COLLEGE MAGAZINE, quarterly ; students 
of Macdonald College, publishers ; established 1912 ; agricultural 
and literary ; subscription $1.00 ; ninety-six pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

f Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 103. 

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QUEBEC .33 

STE. ANNE DE RISTIGOUCHE, pop. i,o6o,Co.Bonaventure, 
at the head of Chaleur Bay, opposite Campbellton, N.'B., on the 
Quebec-Oriental Ky. ; '1V1. , T. It is chiefly a Micmac Indian village, 
and contains a church, monastery, three schools, town hall and fine 
wharves. Chief Industries : farming', lumbering, planing and saw 
mill and Indian fancy works. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Matapedia, Nouvelle, Saint-Omer and Carleton. 

Ml CM AC MESSENGER, (Setaneoei Migmaoi Solnaltjitj), 
Micmac Indian, monthly ; Rev. F. Pabifiqne, publisher ; established 
1908 ; interests of Micmac Tribe ; fifyst of month ; subscription 
50 cents ; four to eight pages, 2 col., 8)4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 456* 

ST. HYACINTHE, pop. 11,000, Co. St. Hyacinthe, on the River 
Yamaska and on G. T. R., C. P. R., I. C. R. and Quebec, Montreal & 
Southern Ry., 35^ miles E.N.E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : grist, woollen and carding mills, shoe factories, 
two organ building factories, knitting mills, tanneries and foundries, 
furniture, cigar and carriage factories, mill machinery, sash and door 
factories, farming and dairying. The city contains Roman Catholic 
Cathedral, Catholic Church, Bishop's Palace, and two Protestant 
churches, college, academies, convents, city hall, hospitals, court 
house and fire station ; is lighted by electric light and gas and has 
good water power. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Yamaska, Acton Vale, St. Guillaume, St. Ours, St. 
Francois, Pierreville, St. Joseph, Ste. Anne, Ste. Victoire, St. Robert, 
St. Rock, St. Simon, Upton, St. Liboire, St. Hugues, St. Denis, 
St. Pie, St. Damase, St. Cesaire, Abbotsford, St. Jude, St. Barnabe, 
La Presentation, Ste. Madeleine, St. Hilaire and Ste. Rosalie. 

LE CLAIRON, French, weekly; L'Imprimerie Yamaska, pub- 
lishers ; established 1907 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $l.oo ; six 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

LE COURRIER DE ST. HYACINTHE, French, weekly; 
La Cie d'lmprimerie et Comptabilites Ltee., publishers ; established 
1853; liberal; Saturday; 'subscription $1.00; six pages, 6 col., 
20^ inches. Circ'n itf 

See Advt. Page 100. 

LA TRIBUNE, French, weekly; La Tribune de St. Hyacinthe 
Limitee, publishers, E. Chartier, managing editor ; established 
1888 ; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 98. 

ST. JEAN D'IBERVILLE, pop . 7,000. See st. Johns. 

ST. JEROME, pop. 6,200, Co. Terrebonne, on the North River, 
C. P. R. and C. N. Ry., 9 miles S. W. of New Glasgow, 12 miles 
N. E. of St. Scholastique, 12 miles N. W. of Ste. Therese and 33 
miles N. W. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
rubber factory, paper and pulp mills, grist and saw mills, piano 
factory, farming and dairying. The town contains churches, 
convent, college and court house and has good water works and 
fire department ; has an excellent peat bog, ^ of a mile in area, in 
its vicinity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ste. Therese, St. Janvier, Milles Isles, St. Lin, 
Ste. Scholastique, St. Canut, St. Columbin, Ste. Adele, Ste. Agathe 
des Monts and Ste. Marguerite. 

L'AVENIR DU NORD, French, weekly; Jules- Edouard 
Prevost, publisher ; established 1897 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 6 wide col., 22 inches. Circ'n i% 

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ST. JOHNS, pop. 7,000, Co. St. Johns, on Richelieu River, G.T.R., 
C.P.R., C. V. Ry., D. & H. Ry. and Rutland Ry., 27 miles S. E. ot 
Montreal; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: potteries and 
drain pipes, delf and tile works, silk mills, felt hat factory, Singer 
sewing machine factory, shirt and collar factory, fog signal factory, 
granite works, flour, saw and other mills and factories, farming and 
dairying. The town contains the county buildings, four churches, 
college, convent and hospital, high and public schools. It is con- 
nected with Iberville on the opposite side of the Richelieu by a 
very fine concrete bridge. Its lumber, grain and farm produce 
trade is extensive. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Stanbridge, Lacolle, Hemmingford and 
Clarenceville. 

N EWS AND EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADVOCATE, weekly; 
E. R. Smith Co. Ltd., editors and publishers; established 1848; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Issue also Bedford Nevus, Knozvlton Nezus, Magog News, 
Huntingdon Nezus and Enterprise, Lachute Nervs and Richmond 
Nezvs, circulations of which are included in above rating. 

See Advt. Page 79. 

LE CANADA FRANCAIS, French, weekly ; La Compagnie 
de Publication le Canada Francais, Ltee, publishers ; established 
1860; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 
21% inches. Circ'n 3^ 

MONTREAL CHURCHMAN, monthly; The Lord Bishop 
of Montreal, publisher; established 1912; diocesan church magazine; 
ist of month; subscription $1.00; twelve pages, 4 col., n^ 
inches. 

SHAWINIGAN FALLS, pop. 3,463, Co. St. Maurice, on St. 
Maurice River, St. Maurice Valley Ry. and C. N. R., 21 miles N. of 
Three Rivers; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: electric 
power, aluminum, paper and pulp, manganese and carbide factories, 
cotton mill, planing mills, sash and door and tar paper factories. 
The town contains two churches, four schools, water works and fire 
department, city hall, market buildings and opera house and is lighted 
by electricity. The falls near the town are 165 feet high, can develop 
200,000 H. P. and are reached by electric cars. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : St. Boniface, St. Elie, 
St. Mathieu, Ste. Flore, Baie Shawinigan and Mont Carmel. 

L'ECHO DU ST. MAURICE French, weekly ; E. Dallaire, 
publisher ; established 1915 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
six pages, 6 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n % 

SHAWVILLE, pop. 750, Co. Pontiac, on the C.P.,R. 46 miles W. of 
Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: sash and door 
factories, roller, woollen, saw, planing and grist mills, brick yards, 
carriage factories, implement and general supply depots, farming 
and lumbering. The town contains four churches, Government 
building, two grain elevators, academy, masonic and Orange halls, 
and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Bristol Corners, Portage du Fort, Fort 
Coulonge, Campbell's Bay, Brysons and Ladysmith^ 

EQUITY, weekly; John A. Cowan, editor and publisher; 
established 1883 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $'.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n \]^ 

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QUEBEC 135 

SHERBROOKE, pop. 23,212, (including Lennoxville 25,000), Co. 
Sherbrooke, on Magog and St. Francis Rivers, G.T. R., Q.C. R., 
C.P.R. and B. & M. R., 101 miles E. of Montreal, 120 miles S. S.W. 
of Quebec and 196 miles N.N.W. of Portland; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, totton, carding, flour and saw mills, 
iron and brass foundries, clothing, shoe and jewellery factories, powder 
mill, pork packing plant, structural steel, scale and carriage factories, 
mining and pulp mill machinery factory, boiler and machine shops, 
agricultural implement works, bobbin and spool, sash and door and 
patent medicine factories, dairying and farming. The city contains 
ten churches, five hospitals, fifteen schools, two public libraries, 
fifteen hotels, about two hundred stores and the county buildings. 
Sherbrooke is the commercial metropolis of the Eastern Townships, 
and is just now experiencing an industrial boom, important power 
and manufacturing developments being in progress. The city has 
12,000 h. p. within its limits and 25,000 h. p. within 20 miles. It is the 
centre of a rich farming country, also of asbestos and copper mining 
and lumber and pulpwood industries. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Lennoxville, Waterville, 
Compton, Brome, Barnston, Danville, Sutton, Mansonville, Dunham, 
Frelighsburg, West Shefford, Clarenceville, Hatley, Robinson, 
Scotstown, Beebe Plain, Cookshire, Magog and East Angus. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday ; Sherbrooke Record 
Co., publishers ; established 1897; independent; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight to fourteen pages, 7 col. , 2 1 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, lO,252*f 
.4 dvt. Sherbrooke is the trading centre of eleven counties of Southern Quebec. 
The Record is the home paper with the home news and the only available medium 
covering the English Eastern Townships. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. 
See. A dvt. Page 122. 

LA TRIBUNE, every evening except Sunday ; La Cie. de Pub. 
La Tribune Ltee. , publishers ; established 1910 ; liberal; subscription 
$3.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 9,537* 

Advt. The steady and rapid development of La Tribune is a marked feature in 
the Eastern Townships. It is the acknowledged " home Paper " amongst the French 
Population. The Eastern Townships citizens are 100% Canadian 80% are of 
French extraction. La Tribune is the only available advertising medium fully 
covering the French population in the Eastern Townships. See Advt. Page 123. 

LE MESSAGER DE ST. MICHEL, French, weekly; L. A. 
Belanger, publisher; Rev. A. Bois, editor; established 1917; reli- 
gious, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; subscription 50 cents ; four 
pages, 5 col., 16 inches. 

Also publishes Le Progres de lEst. 

LE PROGRES DE L'EST, French, weekly; L. A. Belanger, 
editor and publisher ; established 1883 ; independent-liberal ; 
Friday; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 7 col. , 22 inches. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Le Messager de St. Michel. 

See Advt. Page 105. 

SOREL, pop. 9,000, Co. Richelieu, on the River Richelieu, at its 
confluence with Lake St. Peter and on Quebec Southern Ry., 
connecting with G. T. R., C. P. R. and I. C. R. ; 45 miles N. E. of 
Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : shipyards and 
repair shops employing over 3,500 men, engine and machine shops, 
tanneries, saw and grist mills, foundries, agricultural implement 
works, shipbuilding, mica, shoe, shirt and furniture factories and 
farming. The town contains convent, Normal School, two colleges, 
court-house and Government offices. Government vessels and 
leading lines of lake steamers and harbour tugs winter in the harbour. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Yamaska, St. Francois, Pierreville, St. Ours, St. Aime, St. Guillaume, 
St. Joseph, Ste. Victoire, St. Robert, St. Roch and Drummondville. 

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LE COURRIER DE SOREL, French, weekly; La Cie d'lm- 
primerie du Courrier de Sorel, publishers; established 1900 ; liberal; 
Friday ; subscription $1.25 ; four pages, 6 col., ig/4 inches. 

Circ'n 2 

Also publish Gazette de Berthier. 

See Advt. Page 109. 

GAZETTE DE BERTHIER, French, weekly; La Cie 
d'Imprimerie du Courrier de Sorel, publishers ; established 1889; 
liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.25; ;' four pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. 

Also publish Le Courrier de Sorel. 

See Advt. Page zop. 

LE SO RE LOIS, French, weekly ; Richelieu Printing Co., 
publishers, W. G. M. Morgan, manager ; established 1879 ; 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 
21% inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publish News. 

NEWS, Richelieu Printing Co., publishers ; established 1879 ; 
conservative ; published intermittently when legal advertisements 
are to be inserted ; subscription 75 cents ; four pages. 

Also publish Le Sorelois. 



STANSTEAD^ pop. 900, Co. Stanstead, is one of the "Three Vil- 
lages," pop. 3,000 Rock Island, Stanstead Plain and Derby Line, 
Vt. geographically and commercially one, on the Boston and Maine 
Railway, 9 miles N.W. of Newport, Vt., and 35 miles S.W. of Sher- 
brooke. Tel., T., Exl, Banks. Chief Industries : farmimr, ma- 
chinists' tool works, whip and wood- working factories, seven overall 
factories, blanket, pants, shirt and ladies' skirt and petticoat fac- 
tories. The "Three Villages" contain five churches, Stanstead 
College, public schools, Ursuline Convent and three hotels. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Beebe, 
Fitch Bay, Georgeville, Barnston, Way's Mills, Ayer's Cliff, Massa- 
wippi and North Hatley. 

STANSTEAD COLLEGE MAGAZINE, quarterly; Stanstead 
College Literary Society, publishers; established 1900; college; 
subscription SOG. ; forty pages, i wide col., 9 inches. 



THETFORD MINES, pop. 8,000, Co. Megantic, on the Q. C. R., 
67 miles N. W. of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : mining, foundry, sash and door factory and saw mills. 
The asbestos mines in this neighbourhood produce 80 per cent, of 
the world's wants. The town contains, besides its stores, etc. 
three churches, college, schools, and a hospital. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Black Lake, 
Robertsonville, Disraeli, Broughton and St. Ferdinand d'Halifax. 

LE CANADIEN, French, weekly; Alfred Frenette, editor and 
proprietor; established 1915; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; four to six pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2 

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THREE RIVERS, pop. 20,000, Co. Three Rivers, on the St. Maurice 
and St. Lawrence Rivers, C. P. R. and G. T. R., 72 miles S. W. of 
Quebec, 92 miles N. K. of Montreal ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief. 
Industries : lumbering, largexotton mills, pulp and paper mills, 
women's whitewear factories, marble works, sash and door factory, 
foundries, two shipyards, snowshoe factory, shoe, carriage and wag- 
gon factories, engine and machine shops and mixed farming. The 
city contains seven banks, six churches, colleges, convents and public 
and high schools, two hospitals, and is lighted by electricity. It is the 
centre of a fine farming and cattle grazing country, has a good har- 
bour with over a mile of docks, and is one of the oldest towns in the 
Province. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Nicolet, Batiscan, St. Narcisse, Champlain, St. Maurice, 
Pointe du Lac, Yamachiche, St. Barnabe and Cap de la Magdeleine. 

ST. MAURICE VALLEY CHRONICLE, weekly; The St. 
Maurice Valley Chronicle Co., Reg., publishers; established 1918; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, six col., 
ig% inches. 

LE BIEN PUBLIC, French, weekly ; La Compagnie Le Bien 
Public, publishers ; established 1909 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 4^ 

See Advt. Page 107. 

LE TRIFLUVIEN, French, weekly; J. A. Cambray, publisher; 
established 1908; liberal'; Friday; subscription $1.50 ;' eight pages, 
7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 3 

VALLEYFIELD, pop. 9,449, Co. Beauharnois, near the head of 
Beauharnois Canal, on G. T. R. and N. Y. C. Ry., 35 miles S. W. of 
Montreal, 85 miles S.E. of Ottawa and 6 miles from Coteau Landing; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: cotton and grist mills, 
machine shops, sash and door factories, canning factories and 
farming. The Montreal Cotton Co. employs over 2,800 people, and 
its payroll in Valleyfield averages over $70,000 a month. The town 
contains the county buildings, a cathedral, five churches, a convent, 
college and academy, high school, seven hotels and about sixty 
stores. Lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published: Beauharnois, "Ste. Timothee, St. 
Louis de Gonzague, Chateauguay, Coteau and St. Stanislas de 
Kostka. 

LE PROGRES, French, weekly; C. T. Verner, editor and 
publisher; established 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
six pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30 1918, 1.5OO 
See Advt. Page 108. 

VERDUN, pop. 30,000, Co. Jacques Cartier, on the St. Lawrence, a 
rapidly growing residential suburb south-west of Montreal. It has 
a good street-car service, municipally owned electric lights and 
water works, fuse works, etc. Verdun contains five churches, 
schools, city hall, parks, theatres and a hospital for the insane. 

ECHO, weekly; The Echo Press, publishers; Roy Carmichael, 
manager; established 1910; independent; local; Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i% 

See Advt. Page 102. 
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WATERLOO, pop. 2,200, Co. Shefford, on the C. V. Ry. and 

C. P. R., 60 miles S. E. of Montreal, 38 miles W. of Sherbrooke, 14 
miles S. E. of Gran by ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
foundry, furniture factory, carriage factories, toy and chain factories, 
machine shop, grist and saw mills and farming. The town contains 
five churches, high school, convent and college, public library, opera 
house, four hotels and about thirty stores. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : West Shefford, Actonvale, 
Warden, Bonsecour, Foster, Lawrenceville, South Stukely, Eastman, 
Fulford, Roxton Falls and Roxton Pond. 

ADVERTISER, weekly ; J. J. Ryan, editor and publisher; 
established 1855; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.25; four pages, 
8 col., 23 inches. Circ'n i 

JOURNAL DE WATERLOO, French, weekly; J. Oscar 
Seguin, editor and publisher; established 1882; independent; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 106. 

WESTMOUNT, pop. 18,500, Co. Hochelaga; adjoins the city of 
Montreal at its western boundary ; assessed value $52,000,000. 
Westmount is a city of homes. It occupies an ideal site on a plateau 
and commands a charming outlook. It has natural drainage, 
unexcelled facilities for sports of all kinds, and a splendid 
electric car service brings the people in close touch with Montreal. 

NEWS, weekly; Westmount News Co., publishers; established 
1901; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, 
4 col., 13 inches. Circ'n 4 

WINDSOR MILLS, pop. 2,700, Co. Richmond, on the River St. 

Francis and on the G. T. R., 86^ miles S. E. of Montreal, 14 miles 
N. of Sherbrooke; Tel., T. Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: a large 
paper mill, a powder factory, grist and saw mills, farming and 
dairying. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, etc., four 
churches and a school and has excellent water power. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Kingsbury and 
Bromptonville. 

TIMES -GUARDIAN, weekly ; published in Richmond by the 
Richmond Times- Guardian and included in rating. 



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PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK 



New Brunswick is the largest of the Maritime Provinces, with an area 
of 27,985 square miles. Of this 4,530,298 acres, or about one quarter, is 
occupied. The population at the last census was 351,889, of which over 
70 per cent was rural. 

As in most of the other provinces, the activities of the people are 
determined by the natural resources. Bounded on three sides by Chaleurs 
Bay, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Northumberland Strait and the Bay of 
Fundy, fishing is naturally one of the greatest and most valuable industries, 
with the utilization of the great forest wealth its running mate. 

There are over 22 billion feet of standing timber in the province and 
pulpwood exports annually amount to about 125,000 cords, valued at 
$1,000,000. The estimated forest area is 9,000,000 acres. The Province 
has 240 active lumber mills and thousands of men find employment in 
various branches of the lumber industry. Upwards of 250,000,000 feet of 
lumber exclusive of laths, etc. are sent out from the mills of the St. 
John River annually, and great quantities are exported from the North 
Shore and Bay ports as well. 

The provincial fisheries employ about 20,000 people : nearly 400 vessels 
and 8,000 fishing boats are in use, and the value of the fisheries amounts 
to over $4,000,000 annually. 

Farming is, of course, another very important branch of the people's 
activity. Each year sees new lands available for the farmer and the 
adoption of more advanced agricultural methods. Potatoes form one 
of the most important crops in the province, the annual yield averaging 
close to ten million bushels. Dairying holds a leading place, nearly a 
million pounds each of butter and cheese being marketed. 

. New Brunswick's annual mineral production amounts to about a 
million dollars. Deposits of coal, copper, gold, 'galena, albertite, salt and 
grindstones have been found in different sections. Some of the coal 
mines, especially those of Queens County, have been declared to be very 
valuable ; and the resources of the whole province have been estimated 
at 151 million long tons. One of the richest iron deposits on the continent 
is located on the Nipisiguit river in Gloucester and a splendid iron and steel 
industry is being developed. Petroleum has been found in Westmoreland 
and Albert Counties and widespread reservoirs of natural gas under very 
high pressure tapped. Immense areas of oil shales exist in Albert, 
Westmoreland and Kings Counties. There are numerous water powers 
on these various rivers and their tributaries. The largest power is that at 
Grand Falls on the St. John where at the smallest summer flow over 
100,000 horse power is available. New Brunswick at the last census had 
i , 1 58 manufacturing establishments, and is making rapid progress in that 
line. There are over 80 branches of Canadian Chartered Banks in 
operation. 

The Province is represented in the Dominion Parliament by seven 
Senators and eleven Commoners. The Provincial Legislature is made up 
of 48 members. There are three cities in the province St. John, 
Fredericton and Moncton, Fredericton being the Capital. 

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BATHURS T , pop. 4,000, Co. Gloucester, on Nepisiguit River, Baie 
des Chaleurs and C. G. R., Moncton and Riviere du Loup line, 34 
miles N. of Chatham, 33 miles S.E. of Campbellton;Tel.,T.. Sx., Banks. 
Chief Industries : lumbering, pulp mills and fishing. Bathurst is in 
the centre of the big game hunting county and is a popular summer 
and fishing resort. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Caraquet, Tracadie and Shippigan. 

GLOUCESTER NORTHERN LIGHT, weekly ; C. M. 
Mersereau, publisher : established 1913 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 



CAMPBELL T ON, pop. 5,000, Co. Restigouche, on the Restigouche 
River and I. C. R., 12 miles W. of Dalhousie ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries , lumbering, saw, shingle and grist mills, machine 
shops, foundries, sash and door factories, locomotive, round house 
and repair shops. It is also an important fishing port. The town 
contains five churches, two public schools, convent and Hotel-Dieu, 
five hotels, good water works and is lighted by electric light. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Matapedia, Dalhousie, Jacquet River, Charlo Station and New Car- 
lisle, Que. 

GRAPHIC, weekly ; The Graphic, Ltd., publishers ; established 
1897: independent; Thursday: subscription $1.50 ; eight to sixteen 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2 

TRI BUNE, weekly; Chas. S. O. Crocket, publisher ; established 
1905; independent Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 



CHATHAM, pop. 5,000, Co. Northumberland, on the Miramichi River 
and I. C. R., 5 miles E. of Newcastle, 90 miles N. of Moncton; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : engine, boiler and machine 
works, foundries, shipbuilding, fishing, sleigh and carriage factories, 
saw, lath, shingle, planing and pulp mijls, farming and lumbering. 
The tpwn contains a Roman Catholic cathedral and four churches, 
girls' boarding academy, public schools, College, library, hospital, 
masonic and temperance halls, opera house, etc. Its streets are 
lighted with electricity. The harbour accommodates vessels of the 
largest tonnage, and lumber is shipped by the million feet. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Douglastown, Loggieville, Nelson, Baie du Vin, Bartibogue, Neguac 
and Tracadie. 

GAZETTE, tri-weekly ; F. E. Jordan, publisher; established 
1910; independent - liberal ; Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 
subscription $1.50 ; four to twelve pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n \% 

WORLD, semi-weekly; J. L. Stewart, editor and publisher; 
established 1882 ; independent - conservative ; Wednesday and 
Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 ^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, established 1882 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four 

pages, 8 col., 25^ inches Circ'n i 

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COM M ERCIAL, weekly ; J. Fred. Benson, editor and publisher ; 
established 1898 ; independent; Tuesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

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EDMUNDSTON, pop. 2,200, Co. Madawaska, on St. John and 
Madawaska Rivers, the C. P. R., G. T. R., Temiscouata and Bang-or 
and Aroostook Railways, 81 miles S.E. of Riviere du Loup, 150 
miles S.W. of Campbellton and 286 miles N.W. of St. John; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: railroading and lumbering. The 
town contains a court house, reg-istry office, large convent, public 
high school, post office and town hall. Large pulp and paper mills 
are now in course of erection and big saw mills are contemplated. 
When these several plants commence operations the popu- 
lation of the town will be largely increased. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Iroquois, Verret, St. Basil, 
Green River Station, Michaud, Lapointe, Lynch, St. Hilaire, Bosse 
and Plouard. 

LE MADAWASKA, French, weekly; La Cie d'Imprimerie du 
Madawaska, Limitee, publishers; established 1913; independent 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

FREDERICTON, pop. 8,000, Co. York, on the left bank of St. John 
River and on the Intercolonial Ry., C. P. R. , Transcontinental Ry. , 
and St. John Valley, Fred, and Grand Lake Ry., 69 miles N. of 
St. John; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : tanneries, boot, 
and shoe, larrigan and boot caulk factories, peevie, names and 
lumbering tools, carriage and waggon, canoe and sash and door 
factories, beer and aerated water establishments, foundry and 
machine shops, lumbering and farming. The town contains nine 
churches, private, public and provincial normal schools, city hall, 
university, Provincial Government buildings, military school, hospital, 
opera house, exhibition buildings and military barracks. It has fine 
streets, lighted with electricity and gas, water works, filtration 
plant and fire department and has good steamboat connections. 
Surrounding towns and villages %vhere no papers are published : 
Marysville, Devon, Oromocto, Stanley, Gagetown and McAdam. 

GLEANER, every evening except Sunday; The Gleaner, Ltd., 
publishers, Jas. H. Crocket, managing director ; established 1890 ; 
independent-conservative ; subscription $5.00 in city, $4.00 by mail ; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 2i}4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 6,447* 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1880; Tuesday and Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n 5 

See Advt. Page 8s. 

MAIL, every evening except Sunday; The Mail Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1910 ; independent-liberal ; subscription 
$4.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i% 

WEEKLY, established 1910 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i% 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly ; R. W. L. Tibbits, Kings Printer; 
government ; Wednesday ; subscription $2.00 ; four to eight pages, 
2 col., io)4 inches. 

Inserts only Government advertisements. 

EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, monthly (except in July); Mrs. 
Geo. U. Hay, publisher, R. B. Wallace, editor and manager ; 
established 1887 ; educational and home ; ist of month ; last forms 
close i5th of month previous ; subscription $1.00; twenty-four to 
thirty-six pages, 2 wide col., 9 inches. Circ'n i ^ 

U N I VERSITY MONTH LY, monthly during the collegiate year; 
students of University of New Brunswick, publishers ; established 
1882; college; subscription $1.00 ; forty pages, i wide col., 8 inches. 

Circ'n %. 

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HARTLAND, pop. 1,250, Co. Carleton, on the St. John River and on 
the C. P. R., 13 miles N. E. of Woodstock, 65 miles N. W. of 
Fredericton, 145 miles N. W. of St. John; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : woodworking, boot and shoe factories, tanneries, 
saw and grist mills, tile and concrete works. It is the centre of one 
of the finest agricultural regions in the province and ships large 
quantities of potatoes, hay, oats and live stock. There are large 
lumber mills in the vicinity. The town has four churches, elementary 
and high schools, good hotels, and splendid water supply and fire 
department. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Florenceville, Centreville, Bristol, Bath, Glassville, 
Coldstream, Victoria, Waterville, Andover, Grand Falls, Mount 
Pleasant, Stickney, Peel, Simonds, Avondale, Perth, Plaster Rock 
and Lakeville. 

OBSERVER, weekly; The Observer Ltd., publishers; established 
1909; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four to eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2% 

See Advt. Page 76. 

HILLSBORO, pop. 1,200, Co. Albert, on the Petitcodiac River and 
S. & H. Ry. , 12 miles S. E. of Moncton ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : plaster mills, wood working factory, carriage factory, 
flour mills, lumbering, farming and railway machine shop. The town 
contains, besides stores, four churches, public school and library, 
music hall, customs house and two hotels. Extensive gypsum mines, 
having an annual output of 150,000 tons, are worked in the 
neighbourhood. Natural gas in abundance has been discovered 
near Hillsboro and is now being used by the people of Hillsboro and 
Moncton ; the Baltimore shale is also a valuable asset to the country. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Hopewell Cape, Albert Mines, Hopewell Hill, Point Wolfe, Albert, 
Harvey, Waterside, Alma, Elgin and Riverside. 

ALBERT JOURNAL, weekly ; The Tribune Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers: established 1902 ; independent-liberal; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

MONCTON, pop. 16,000, Co. Westmoreland, on the Petitcodiac 
River and C. G. R., C. P. R., G. T. P. and the M. & B. Ry., 89 
miles N.E. of St. John, 186 miles N. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Head of navigation of the Bay of Fundy. Chief Industries : cotton, 
woollen, underwear, hat and cap, flour and feed, saw, planing and 
shingle mills, clothing, wire fencing, biscuit and barrel factories, 
engine and boiler works, wood working, mineral water bottling, 
carriage and hardware factories, largest stove foundry 
in the Maritime Provinces, railway shops and farming, fishing and 
lumbering. It has concrete walks on all its main streets and has 
an excellent street railway service throughout the city and suburbs. 
The city contains the headquarters of the C.G.Rys. and M. & B. Ry., 
the former having extensive shops there. It is also the eastern 
terminus of the Grand Trunk Pacific. The annual wages paid in 
cash amount to about $2,000,000. Moncton is a port of entry, and 
the river is navigable for all vessels at high tide ; it is the centre ot 
a newly-discovered natural gas and petroleum belt, and is surrounded 
by splendid farming communities. It has eleven churches and four 
large central schools with a total of 2,300 pupils. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papersare published: Salisbury, Havelock, Elgin, 
Buctouche, Petitcodiac, Hopewell, Dorchester and Memramcook. 

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TIMES, every morning except Sunday; Times Printing Co. 
publishers; established 1868; liberal - conservative ; subscription 
$6.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2o)4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,167* 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1901, succeeding weekly established 
1868; Wednesday and Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 20% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1.O7O* 

Advt. National advertisers anxious to extend their trade should not overlook M one- 
ton, N.B., with its trading radius of 25,000 people, growing steadily good times 
no labor troubles. The Moncton Daily Times (.established 50 years) will give you 
best service in this field. Guaranteed Circulation Statement, Rate Card and full par- 
ticulars on request. See Advt. Page 72. 

TRANSCRI PT, every evening except Sunday; John T. Hawke, 
editor and proprietor; established 1882; independent - liberal ; 
subscription $6.00 in city, $4.00 by mail; eight pages, 7 col., 20% 
inches. Circ'n 4^ 

. SEMI -WEEKLY, established 1882; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 85. 

L' ACADI EN, French, semi-weekly; C. Cormier, editor, L'Acadien 
Limitee, publishers ; established 1913; liberal; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

L'EVANGELINE, French, semi-weekly; R. Arsenault, editor; 
L'Evangeline, Ltee., publishers; established 1910; independent: 
Monday and Thursday ; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 5 col. , 18 
inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 108. 

CANADIAN GOVERNMENT RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' 
MAGAZINE, monthly; Canadian Government Railways, pub- 
lishers; established 1914; loth of month; subscription $1.50; 64 
pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

N E WC AS I LE, pop. 4,800, Co. Northumberland, on the Miramichi 
River and I. C. R., 167 miles N. of St. John, 78 miles N. W. of 
Moncton, 113 miles N. E. of Fredericton, 264 miles from Halifax; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering and fishing, ship- 
building, carriage gear works, saw, planing, pulp and flour mills and 
sash and door factory. The town contains six churches and two public 
and one private school, court house, jail, armoury, two opera houses 
and large public hospital. It is lighted by electricity, has sewerage 
and water systems and does a large export trade in lumber. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Nelson, Nordin, Douglaslown, Millerton, Lower Newcastle, 
Blackville, Chatham Head, Rogersville, Redbank, Bartibogue, 
Doaktown and Boiestown. 

NORTH SHORE LEADER, weekly; G. F. McWilliam, 
publisher ; established 1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i Jf 

UNION ADVOCATE, weekly ; Miramichi Publishing Co., 
Limited, publishers, R. A. N. Jarvis, editor and manager ; established 
1867 ; independent; Tuesday; subscription $1.50; eight to twelve 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2 

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SAINT JOHN, pop. 60,000, Co. St. John, is pleasantly situated at 
mouth of the St. John River on a rocky peninsula projecting into the 
harbor, on the C. P. R., C. N. R., G. T. P., and N. B. Southern Rys., 
190 miles N. W. of Halifax and 483 miles E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, grist, cotton and pulp mills, 
foundries, boiler and engine shops, shoe factories, wooden ware and 
tool factories, tanneries, carriage, soap, candle and box factories, 
furniture factories, ship building and fishing. The city contains 
forty-seven churches and Missions, high, public and private schools 
and business colleges, a large number of religious and charitable 
institutions and societies, two large and several smaller hospitals, 
seventeen hotels, asylum, two public libraries, large exhibition 
buildings and grounds, immigration buildings, public market building 
costing $130,000, two large grain elevators, extensive wharves and 
warehouses and coal receiving depots, eighteen banks and 
branches, a flourishing Board of Trade, electric street railway. 
The harbor of St. John is capacious, safe and never obstructed 
by ice. It is the winter terminus. Its entrance is protected 
by an island, on which are quarantine hospital and a lighthouse. 
The ordinary rise of tide is 21 feet at low water. The waters 
of the harbour at high tide are 1 2 feet higher than those of the 
river, hence the phenomena of a fall outwards and inwards at 
every tide. St. John is the distributing point of a wide extent ot 
country abounding in agricultural resources, minerals and valuable 
timber. Its admirable position at the mouth of one of the largest 
rivers in America, with a harbor open during the entire year, and 
regular steamboat connections with all parts of the province and 
the United States, and with a system of railroads running in all 
directions, with extensive maritime and manufacturing interests, 
insure its rank as a city of great commercial wealth and importance. 
It is lighted with electricity and gas, and is well supplied with 
water from a lake 1 1 miles away. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Fairville, Hampton, Norton, 
Apohaqui, Petitcodiac, Salisbury, St. George, McAdam and Gage- 
town. 

GLOBE, every evening except Sunday; St. John Globe Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1861 ; independent-liberal; sub- 
scription $5.00 ; eight to twenty -four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Circ'n 4^ 

SEMI -WEEKLY, established 1858; ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 2j 

Advt. The Globe is the recognised medium to reach the well-to-do classes in St. 
John. Its columns are patronized by advertisers who cater to the best. See Advt. 
Page ll ?. 

STANDARD, every morning except Sunday; The Standard 
Limited, publishers ; established 1909 ; conservative ; subscription 
$3.00 by mail, $5.00 in city ; ten to twenty -four pages, 7 col., 2i# 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 14,O87 

SEMI -WEEKLY, established 1909; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21 # inches. 

Advt. The Standard is the only Conservative paper in Southern New Brunswick. 
Established in 1009, it has for the past five years carried more paid advertising than 
any other morning newspaper in this Province. Of its subscription list, ninety- 
seven per cent is paid in advance, and out of a total distribution "of 14,340 copies, 
11,548 are yearly subscriptions, and ninety per cent of the total distribution is in 
New Brunswick. See Advt. Page 127. 

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TELEGRAPH - SUN, every morning except Sunday; Telegraph 
Publishing Co. of St. John, publishers; established 1869; independent- 
liberal; subscription $5.00 ; ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., ^\y^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 14,647 *f 

SEMI -WEEKLY (Telegraph - News), established 1862; 
Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21%. inches. Circ'n 3^4. 

See Advt. Page 128. 

Tl M ES - STAR, every evening except Sunday ; Times Printing 
and Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers; established 1904; indepen- 
dent-liberal; subscription $3.00; ten to twenty pages, 7 col., 
2 1 % inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 13,954*1 

Advt. To an advertiser desiring quickly and effectively and cheaply to make 
known his goods to the Neva Brunswick trade, The Daily Telegraph and The 
Evening Times-Star combination will prove particularly attractive. The Daily 
Telegraph circulates about 6$% of its output throughout the province, while The 
Times-Star is about 93% city little or no duplication and a combination rate covers. 
See Advt. Page 128. 

MARITIME BAPTIST, weekly; Maritime Baptist Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers, E. M. Sipprell, managing director ; established 
1853 ; religious, Baptist; Tuesday ; last forms close Monday 
night; subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, 4 col., 13^ inches. 

Circ'n s% 

NEW FREEMAN, weekly ; The New Freeman Publishing Co. 
Ltd., publishers; established 1900; independent; Roman Catholic; 
Saturday; last forms close Thursday, p.m.; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 85. 

BUSINESS REVIEW, monthly; The Paterson Printing Co., 
publishers; established 1918; commercial and lumbering; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; fifty-two to sixty-eight pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i% 

See Advt. Page go. 

CANADIAN BOY, monthly; Percy Gibson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1918; juvenile interests and Boy Scout movement; 25th month 
previous; last forms close loth month previous; subscription $1.50; 
forty pages, 3 col., ioX inches. Circ'n 2# 

See Advt. Page 8q. 

MARITIME RETAILER, monthly ; Maritime Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1916; trade; ist of month; last forms 
close 3oth of month; subscription $1.00 ; sixty-four pages, 3 col., 10 
inches. Circ'n i% 

ST. STEPHEN, pop. 2,836, Co. Charlotte, at the head of navigation 
on the St. Croix R'ver, and on the C. P. R. and Shore Line Ry., 
opposite Calais, Maine, and 85 miles W. of St. John; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief industries : cotton mills, lumbering, edge tool and 
wood working factories* soap, shoe and confectionery factories, 
fertilizer plant and farming. The town contains five churches, ten 
public schools and hospital and has good steamboat connection 
with surrounding ports. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Milltown, St. George, Upper Mills, Oak Bay, 
Moore's Mills, The Ledge, Campobello, Grand Manan and Deer 
Island. 

ST. CROIX COURIER, weekly: St. Croix Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers, H. M. Webber, editor and manager; 
established 1865 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,658* 

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SACKVILLE, pop. 3,000, Co. Westmoreland, on the Tantramar 
River and I.C.R., N.B. and P.E.I. Rys., g miles S.E. of Dorchester, 
the county seat, 35 miles S. E. of Monctoh ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : stove foundries, woodworking- factory, stone 
quarries, concrete block, harness, boot and shoe and paper box 
factories, lumbering and farming-. The town contains six churches, 
Mount Allison Institutions, a ladies' college, commercial college and 
public schools. Sackville is a port of entry. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Rockport, Woodpoint, 
Baie Verte, Dorchester, Jolicure, Point de Bute, Cape Tormentine, 
Melrose, Port Elgin, Fort Lawrence, Bayfield and Memramcook. 

POST, semi - weekly ; Post Printing Co. Limited, publishers ; 
established 1879; independent; Tuesday and Friday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 17 inches. Circ'n i^ 

TRIBUNE, semi-weekly ; Tribune Printing Co. Ltd., publishers; 
established 1902; independent - liberal ; Monday and Thursday; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

ARGOSY, monthly ; Euhretorian Society of Mt. Allison College, 
editors and publishers ; established 1875 ; college ; issued November 
to June; subscription $1.00 ; fifty pages and upwards, 7x4 
inches. Circ'n % 

BUSY EAST OF CANADA, monthly ; Busy East Press Ltd., 
publishers; established 1910; maritime interests; last forms close 
2Oth of month; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two to one-hundred 
pages, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. Circ'n 2% 

SUSSEX, pop. 3,000, Co. Kings, on the I.C.R., 42 miles N. E. of St. 
. John; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, dairying 
and farming, refrigerator, tinware and wook-working machinery 
works, paper box making, canning, pork packing, farm implement 
factories and furniture and carriage works. The town contains 
nine churches, public school costing $70,000, provincial agricultural 
college and dairy school, provincial militia drill grounds and county 
exhibition buildings. The surrounding county of Kings is wonderfully 
rich agriculturally and produces large quantities of cheese and butter. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Norton, Hampton, Rothesay, Chipman, Waterford, Petitcodiac, 
Elgin and Havelock. 

KINGS COUNTY RECORD, weekly ; Maritime Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers; J. D. McKenna, editor; established 1887; 
independent; local ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; ten to sixteen 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,244 

MARITIME FARMER AND CO-OPERATIVE DAIRYMAN, 
semi-monthly ; R. D. Robinson Publishing Co. Ltd. , publishers ; 
established 1895; agricultural; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six 
pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 9,473* 

Advl. The Maritime Farmer has organized a service branch for its advertisers. 
We will consider it a pleasure to give any available information concerning Maritime 
Province conditions so far as they may affect the interests of any advertiser. See 
Advt. Page 129. 

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WOODSTOCK, pop. 4,000, Co. Carleton, on the St. John River 
and Meduxnakik River and on the C. P. R., 135 miles N. W. of St. 
John, 60 miles W. of Fredericton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : foundries, tanneries, furniture, sash and door factories, 
machine shops, carriage factory, pork packing', cheese and butter 
factories, grist, saw, shingle and flour mills,fruit-growingand farming. 
The town contains eight churches, schools, town hall, library, 
agricultural college, customs house, courthouse, jail, armoury, two 
hospitals and has waterworks and sewers. It is the centre of one 
of the most picturesque and prosperous agricultural sections of New 
Brunswick, the surrounding country presenting a pleasing variety 
of landscape, with an abundance of large orchards of apple and 
plum trees. It is also an important manufacturing centre, with 
cheap electrical power, and copper and iron mines near by. The 
town has good fire department and is lighted by electricity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Flor- 
enceville, DeBec, Bath, Bristol, Centreville, Richmond Corner, New- 
burg, Upper Woodstock, Benton, Meductic, Avondale, Waterville 
and Lakeville. 

CARLETON SENTINEL, weekly; Carleton Sentinel Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers, S. L. Lynott, managing director; established 
1837; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight to twelve pages, 
7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2J 

See Advt, Page 107. 

PRESS, weekly ; Press Printing Co, Limited, publishers, J. P. 
Malaney, manager ; established 1879 ; conservative ; Tuesday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., ig% inches. Circ'n \ 

See Advt. Page 106. 



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PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA 



The Province of Nova Scotia called in its early days Acadia, and 
embracing under that term the territory of the present Province of New 
Brunswick as well is bounded on the north and west by the Gulf of St. 
Lawrence, Strait of Northumberland and Bay of Fundy, and on the east 
and south by the Atlantic Ocean. Only a narrow neck of land separates 
the waters of the Bay of Fundy from the Strait of Northumberland. 
Standing' out in the Atlantic, and commanding', in a commercial sense, the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence, the province is remarkably situated for maritime 
pursuits, which employ a larg-e proportion of her people. Each and every 
county in the whole province reaches the sea, and possesses one or more 
harbours ; and the position of the province in this respect is unique in the 
geography of the world. 

The area of Nova Scotia is 21,428 square miles, or 13,713,771 acres, 
and the population in 1911 was 492,338. It has 18 counties, three cities, 
25 incorporated towns and about 850 villages. 

The last census estimate places the grain crop at 4,480,700 bushels 
divided thus: wheat, 277,000 bushels; oats, 3,587,000; barley, 132,000 
rye, 7,000; peas, 3,700; beans, 20,000 ; buckwheat, 309,000 ; mixed grains 
145,000. The province is famous for its apples, the 1916 crop amounting 
to 830,000 barrels, valued at approximately two million dollars. 

Nova Scotia is rich in minerals, particularly coal and iron ore, which 
are found side by side in enormous quantities. The estimated mineral 
production for 1916 was : coal, coke and by-products, $24,695,000 ; iron 
and steel products, $18,000,000; gypsum, limestone, etc., $1,100,000; 
building materials and clay products, $460,000. 

The fisheries of the province employ a large number of men, and 
yielded, in 1916, $8,150,000. Game and furs were worth half a million. 

The estimated acreage of commercial timber is 5,000,000, and of 
pulpwood as much more, capable of producing 24,000,000 cords. The 
annual cut of lumber is worth about $2,000,000. 

The province has 1,500 manufacturing establishments, employing over 
30,000, and turning out annually products worth fifty million dollars. 

In addition to its almost unparalleled facilities for coastwise trade, 
Nova Scotia has 1,360 miles of railway in operation. Banking facilities 
are provided by 110 branches of Canadian Chartered Banks. 

Nova Scotia has 2,845 schools, with 110,847 pupils and 2,995 
teachers. The province has four universities Acadia University at 
Wolfville, Dalhousie College and University at Halifax, University of King's 
College at Windsor, University of St. Francis Xavier's College at 
Antigonish three colleges, a provincial normal school, an academy for the 
deaf, dumb and blind the first in any British colony a school of mining, 
horticulture and agriculture, and numerous country academies, besides high 
schools. Nova Scotia sends to the House of Common's 18 members, and 
to the Upper House 10 senators ; its local legislature has 38 members in 
the Assembly and 18 in the Legislative Council. Capital, Halifax. 

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AMHERST, pop. 10,200, Co. Cumberland, on the I. C, R., r38 miles 
N. XV. of Halifax and 137 miles N. E. of St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Surrounded by good farming 1 district and headquarters 
for large lumber industries. Chief Industries : Rhodes, Curry & Co., 
Ltd., Canadian Car and Foundry Co. builders of railway and tram 
cars, International Engineering Co., Ltd., engine and boiler works, 
foundries, machine shops, wood works, saw, planing, woollen and 
tweed mills, piano, boot and shoe, coffin, carriage and trunk factories. 
The town contains seven churches and good public schools. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Joggins' Mines, Pugwash, Wallace, Southampton, Athol, Chignecto 
Mines, River Hebert, Minudie, Maccan, Leicester, Fort Lawrence, 
Westmoreland Point, Lornville, Amherst Shore, Northport, Linden, 
Port Howe, Hastings, Shulee, Sand River, Apple River, Dorchester 
and Port Elgin. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday ; News-Sentinel Limited, 
publishers; established 1893 ; independent-conservative ; subscription 
$3.00 by mail, $5.00 in city ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,O69* 

SEMI -WEEKLY (News and Sentinel), established 1867; 
Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advf. Page 99. 

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, pop. 1,500, Co. Annapolis, near the mouth 
of the Annapolis River, on the Bay of Fundy, at the head of deep 
water navigation and on the C. P. Ry. , 129 miles W. of Halifax, '63 
miles S. E. of St. John ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
milling, lumbering, larrigan factory, brick yard, apple orchards, 
fishing and ship building. The town contains six churches, public 
schools, academy, public library, court house, opera house and five 
hotels. It is surrounded by a district famous for its apples. 350,000 
barrels are grown in Annapolis County annually. The town was 
founded in 1604, was originally the Capital of the Province and is 
the oldest European settlement in America north of Florida. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
L'Equille, Port Lome, Clementsvale, New Albany, Hillsburn, 
Moschelle, Deep Brook, Milford, Round Hill, Granville Ferry, 
Parker's Cove and Clementsport. 

SPECTATOR, weekly; J. W. Dawson Stearns, editor and 
publisher ; established 1882 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 18^ inches. Circ'n i% 

AN T IGONISH, pop. 2,000, Co. Antigonish, on Bay St. George and 
I.C.R., 105 miles N.E. of Halifax, 90 miles W. of Sydney ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, butter and cheese making, 
fishing, lumbering, woollen, flour, saw and planing mills and milk 
pasteurizing and homogenizing factory. The town contains a 
cathedral, three churches, a convent, college, public schools, home 
for aged and hospital, and has splendid water system and electric 
lights. St. George's Bay, a fine inlet of the JGulf of St. Lawrence, 
on which the town lies, is navigable for vessels. Exports of cattle, 
sheep, pork, condensed milk and eggs very large, as many as 
10,000,000 eggs being shipped annually, chiefly to the British market. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Mulgrave, Sherbrooke, Heatherton, Guysboro, St. Andrew and 
Harbor au Bouche. 

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CASKET, weekly ; Casket Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1852; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. 

Circ'n 6% 

See Advt. Page 62. 

XAVERIAN, six times a year; The Students of St. Francis 
Xavier's University, publishers ; established 1916 ; college ; sub- 
scription $1.25 ; eighty pages, 2 col., 7 inches. 



ARIGHAT, pop. 1,500, Co. Richmond, on the Atlantic Coast, 145 
miles N.E. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
fishing and farming. The town contains three churches, a public 
school and a convent school, also general stores and a lobster 
factory and has one of the finest harbors in Nova Scotia. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Port Hastings, 
Mabou, Lennox Ferry, West Arichat and Mulgrave. 

RICHMOND COUNTY RECORD, weekly; Bertram Bourinot, 
editor and publisher ; established 1897 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 23^ inches. Circ'n i 



BERWICK, pop. 850, Co. Kings, on Dominion Atlantic branch of the 
C.P.R., near Kentville, the County seat, 83 miles N.W. of Halifax ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : fruit growing and packing, 
fruit evaporating, vinegar and canning factories, saw and grist mills, 
iron foundry, sash and door and barrel factory, greenhouses and 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Cambridge, Waterville, Harborville, Somerset, Aylesford, 
Auburn, Kingston and Grafton. 

REGISTER, weekly; Berwick Register, publishers ; established 
1891 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 
col. , 2 1 ^ inches. Circ'n i % 



BRIDGETOWN, pop. 1,000, Co. Annapolis, on Annapolis River and 
D. A. Ry. and H. & S.-W. Ry., 75 miles S. E. of St. John, N. B., 
and 115 miles W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : larrigan factories, marble works, tannery, wood 
working, vinegar and barrel factories, fruit growing, especially 
apples, and farming. The town contains five churches, public 
schools, court house, county asylum, county almshouse and excellent 
stock yards. It is the head of navigation of the Annapolis Basin 
and is surrounded by magnificent apple orchards. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Tupperville, 
Clarence, Paradise, Lawrehcetown, Round Hill, Dalhousie, Hampton, 
Belle Isle, Granville Centre, Centrelea, Arlington, Mount Rose and 
Port Lome. 

MONITOR, weekly ; O. S. Dunham, publisher; established 
1873; independent ; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19 j inches. Circ'n i% 

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BRIDGEWA T ER, pop. 3,500, Co. Lunenberg, on the Lahave River 
and Halifax & Southwestern Ry. , 12 miles W. of Lunenberg, 70 
miles S.W. of Halifax ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Banks. Chief Industries : saw 
planing, woollen and carding mills, foundry, machine shops, gas 
engine works, pulp mills, tanneries, carriage factory and farming. 
The town contains seven churches, public schools and an academy 
and is headquarters of the Halifax and Southwestern Ry. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Lapland, Chelsea, Baker Settlement, Rudolfs Cove, Conquerall 
Bank, New Germany, Northfield and Camperdown. 

BULLETIN, weekly ; C. J. Cragg & Co., publishers ; established 
1890; conservative; Tuesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

CALEDONIA, pop. 978, Co. Queen's, on the H. & S. W. Ry., 40 
miles S. E. of Annapolis, 38 miles N. E. of Shelburne, 30 miles N.W. 
of Liverpool, the county town; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries: 
preserving and canning, dairying, woodworking factories, saw, 
planing, shingle and lath mills, barrels, furniture, oak finish for stores 
and ships' cabins, pulp mills, farming and gold mining. It is the 
centre of an agricultural, apple growing and gold mining district. 
The town contains five churches, new graded school, exhibition 
buildings and grounds, fine hotels, two public halls and a town hall. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Harmony Mills, Brookfield, Kempt, Northfield, Grafton, Westfield, 
Pleasant River and Maitland. 

GOLD HUNTER AND FARMERS' JOURNAL, weekly; 
George E. Banks, editor and publisher ; established 1888 ; 
liberal-conservative; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 8 col., 
24 inches. Circ'n i 

DARTMOUTH, pop. 7,000, Co. Halifax, on Halifax Harbor opposite 
the city of Halifax and on the I. C. R. branch line; Tel., T., Ex M 
Banks. Chief Industries : three saw mills, skate, rope, nail, soap 
and sash factories, sugar refinery, rolling mills and boiler works. 
The town is connected with Halifax by ferry and contains, besides 
its stores, factories, etc. , five churches and three hotels. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Middle and Upper 
Musquodoboit, Waverley and Sheet Harbour. 

PATRIOT, weekly; The Dartmouth Printing and Publishing 
Co. , Ltd., publishers; established 1892; independent; Saturday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 )4 inches. Circ'n 2 

DIG BY, pop. 1,427, Co. Digby, on the Annapolis Basin on the Bay ot 
Fundy and on the Dominion Atlantic Ry., 140 miles W. of Halifax ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : boat building and fisheries. 
The town contains several churches and public schools and a large 
number of up-to-date summer hotels. It is famous for its herring 
fisheries, beautiful scenery and yatching facilities. It is well known 
as a summer resort and accomodates thousands of visitors every 
year. It has daily steamboat connection with St. John. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Westport, 
Tiverton, Freeport, Deep Brook, Marshalltown, Smith's Cove and 
Clementsport. 

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COURIER, weekly; Digby Printing and Publishing Co., Limited, 
publisher, James J. Wallis, managing editor; established 1874 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 7 col., 20^ 
inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 74. 

GLACE BAY, pop. 20,000, Co. Cape Breton, on Glace Bay and on 
the Sydney and Louisburg Ry., 14 miles E. of Sydney, with which it 
is connected by electric railway ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Banks. It is 
the centre of the Dominion Coal Company's properties, in connection 
with which $7,000,000 a-year is paid in wages alone. Chief Indus- 
tries : mining, fishing, machine works and railway offices of the 
S. & L. Ry. The town has a harbour and shipping facilities and con- 
tains churches, schools, St. Joseph's Hospital, General Hospital, 
theatres, four hotels, several general and other stores. It has 
electric street car service and is lighted by electricity. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Bridgeport, 
Dominion, Mira, Waterford, Louisburg, Dominion No. 6 and Port 
Morien. 

GAZETTE, every evening except Sunday; Gazette Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, A. D. MacNeil, managing director ; established 
1901 ; liberal; subscription $4.00; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 
20^ inches. Circ'n 5^4. 

See Advt. Page 80. 

HALIFAX, pop. 55,000, Co. Halifax, the capital and leading city of 
the province. It is situated on the west side of Halifax Harbor, 
and is the Atlantic terminus of the I. C. R. and C. P. R. Twenty- 
four hours by rail from Montreal and Boston, 36 from New York 
and Toronto, and 48 hours from Chicago; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : foundries, car works, saw and cotton mills, sugar 
refineries, spice mills, furniture factories, cordage works, skate 
factory, planing mills, machine shops, dry docks and dock yards, 
ship repairing, nail factory, shovel factory, gunpowder manufactory, 
etc. The city has 113 miles of streets, contains two cathedrals and 
many fine churches, Dalhousie University with faculties of law and 
arts, Canadian Presbyterian theological college, Halifax Ladies' 
college, convents, several academies, high and public schools, 
deaf and dumb and blind schools, court house, public halls, masonic 
hall, opera house, Young Men's Christian Association, provincial 
and county buildings, exhibition grounds (85 acres) hospitals 
and asylums. It <s the chief winter port of Canada and has 
twelve ocean steamship lines to Europe, West Indies and the 
United States. It is the most strongly fortified city in America, 
having capacity for mounting on its eleven forts over one thousand 
guns, while among those already mounted are some of the heaviest 
known calibre. At the north end of the city is a dry dock capable 
of accommodating vessels 610 feet long ; it is one of the finest in 
the world, and cost about $1,500,000. The harbour proper is four 
miles long by an average width of one mile, with excellent anchorage. 
At the north end is a passage called the Narrows, beyond which is 
Bedford Basin, a sheet of water nine miles long and four miles wide, 
capable of containing all the navies of the world. The streets of 
the city are lighted by electricity and gas. It has good waterworks, 
fine police force and fire department and has steamship connections 
with all ports. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Bedford, Fairview, Rockingham, Dutch Village, 
Uniacke, French Village, Enfield, Lawrencetown, Sheet Haibor, 
Musquodoboit, Stewiacke, Shubenacadie, and Hubbard's Cove. 

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ACADIAN RECORDER, every evening except Sunday; 
Blackadar Bros. , editors and publishers; established 1813; liberal; 
subscription $5.00 ; four pages, 9 col., 27 inches. Circ'n 2 

TRI-WEEKLY, established 1867 ; Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 9 col., 27 inches. 

CHRONICLE, every morning except Sunday ; Chronicle 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1844 ; liberal ; 
subscription $6.00 in city, $5.00 by mail; eight to twenty pages, 8 
col., 21 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 13, 444* f 

See Advt. Page 24. 

NOVA SCOTIAN, (weekly edition of Chronicle), established 
1824 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to twenty pages, 8 col., 
21 inches. Circ'n 



ECHO, (evening edition of Chronicle), every evening except 
Sunday ; established 1873; liberal; subscription $5.00 in city, $2.00 
by mail; ten to twenty pages, 8 col., 21 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8,O46*f 

HERALD, every morning except Sunday ; Halifax Herald 
Limited, publishers, W. H. Dennis, manager; established 1875 ; 
independent - conservative ; subscription $7.00 ; ten to twenty-four 
pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, I 



Advt. The Herald has always gladly furnished advertisers the most complete 
details of circulation, as will be shown by Newspaper Directory ratings for past 
years. One of the first Canadian members of the A. B.C. One of the three Cana- 
dian papers on Printer's Ink Roll of Honor. The strongest morning paper in Mari- 
time Canada, covering the City of Halifax and circulating largely over the whole 
Province. See Advt. Pages 22 and 23. 

MAIL AND HOMESTEAD, (weekly edition of Herald) ; 
established 1875; Tuesday; subscription $1.50; twelve to twenty 
pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 12 

M A I L, (evening edition of Herald ), every evening except Sunday ; 
established 1878 ; independent -conservative ; subscription $5.00 ; 
ten to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 15,lO2f 

Advt. The Mail, the evening edition of The Herald, covers the City of Halifax 
thoroughly, and with The Herald (morning^ and The Mail and Homestead (weekly), 
will give any advertiser a service that reaches every section of the Province more 
effectively than any other paper or combination. Circulation figures sworn to and 
audited by the A. B. C., of which it was one of the first Canadian members. See 
Advt. Pages 22 and 23. 

DALHOUSIE GAZETTE, weekly during College session; 
Students of Dalhousie College, publishers ; established 1869 ; 
college; subscription $1.00; four to eight pages, 3 col., \\%. inches. 

Circ'n i 

PRESBYTERIAN WITNESS, weekly ; Presbyterian Witness 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1848 ; independent ; religious ; 
Saturday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 17^ inches. 

Circ'n 6# 

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ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly ; established 1752 ; official organ 
of Provincial Government, F. W. Smith, King's Printer ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; twelve pages and upward, 3 col., ioj^ inches. 

Usually inserts only Government advertisements. 

MARITIME MERCHANT AND COMMERCIAL REVIEW, 
bi-weekly ; Imperial Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1892 ; commercial ; every other Thursday ; last forms close Wed- 
nesday ; subscription $1.00 ; ninety -two pages and upward, 2 or 
3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n \y t 

See Adi't. Page 92. 

CANADIAN RAILROAD EMPLOYEES' MONTHLY, 

monthly ; Canadian Brotherhood of Railroad Employees, publishers ; 
established 1909; railroad labor; loth of month; subscription $1.00; 
eighty pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 98. 

CHURCH WORK, monthly; Church Work Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Rev. C. W. Vernon, managing editor ; established 
1876 ; religious; Church of England ; subscription 50 cents ; eight 
or twelve pages, 5 col., 16 inches. Circ'n 3 



KENTVILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. Kings, on the Cornwallis River and 
Dominion Atlantic Ry., 71 miles N.W. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : carriage and mill machinery factories, 
farming, fishing and lumbering. The town contains five churches, 
and good public schools, etc. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Canning, Aylesford, Kingston, Waterville, Grand 
Pre and Gaspereaux. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; G. H. Chisholm, editor and publisher ; 
established 1866 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2 

WESTERN CHRONICLE, weekly; C. D. Koppel, publisher ; 
established 1873 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

MARITIME APPLE, bi-weekly; H. G. Harris, and W. C. 
Archibald, editors ; established 1912 ; horticulture ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 



L V ERPOOL, pop. 2,500, Co. Queens, at the mouth of River Mersey, 
on the Halifax and South- Western Ry. , in miles S.W. of Halifax, 
30 miles S. W. of Bridgewater ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Banks. Chief Industries : 
shipbuilding, pulp and paper manufacturing, saw and planing mills, 
foundry, gold mining and fishing. The town contains six churches, 
academy and public schools, the county buildings, town hall, and 
has electric light and waterworks. The harbour is a very good one. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Scott's Bay, Beech Hill, Milton, Brooklyn, Port Medway. Kempt, , 
Middlefield, Mill Village, Port Mouton and West Caledonia. 

ADVANCE AND WESTERN COUNTIES ADVOCATE, 
weekly; Advance Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1878; 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 8 col., 
24 inches. Circ'n i 

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LUNENBURG, pop. 3,000, Co. Lunenburg, on Lunenburg Bay, 
an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, and on the H. & S. \V. Ry. , 70 miles 
S. W. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, 
shipbuilding, fisheries and fish factories, iron and brass foundries 
and West Indies ttade. The town contains six churches, academy 
and public schools, academy of music, a marine hospital, the county 
buildings, etc. It has electric plant, water and sewerage systems. 
Lunenburg owns a large fishing fleet of 150 vessels, employing 
about 2,700 men, the average annual catch being 160,000 quintals ot 
dry fish. It does a large trade with the West Indies and the United 
States. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : New Cornwall, Block House, Chester, Riverport, Petite 
Riviere, New Dublin and Princess Inlet. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday ; The News Company 
Limited, publishers ; established 1910 ; independent ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 

WEEKLY, established 1910; liberal-conservative; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i* 

PROGRESS-ENTERPRISE, weekly ; Progress-Enterprise 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1878 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

MIDDLETON, pop. 1,000, Co. Annapolis, on Annapolis River, at 
junction of H. & S.W. Ry. and D. A. Ry. , midway between Halifax 
and Yarmouth, 28 miles N. E. of Annapolis Royal, the county seat ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : planing mills, box, sash 
and door and patent medicine factories, apple evaporating 
plant, fruit growing and farming. The town contains besides 
its stores, factories, etc., four churches, Macdonald School, 
armoury, two hotels and a splendid water system. The town is 
the centre of a splendid fruit-growing and farming country. 
* Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Clarence, Lawrencetown, Margaretville, Port George, South 
Farmington, Wilmot, Kingston, Torbrook, Nicteaux, Springfield 
and Alyesford. 

OUTLOOK, weekly ; The Outlook Ltd., 'publishers, Fred. E. 
Cox, editor and manager ; established 1894 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n i 



NEW GLASGOW, pop. 10,000, Co. Pictou, on the East River of 
Pictou, eight miles from Pictou Harbor and on the I. C. R., 104 
miles N.E. of Halifax, 40 miles N.E. of Truro ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : coal mining, mill and colliery ma 
chinery, iron bridges, iron and steel foundries, sewer pipe and build 
ing block works, granite works, car works, rifle sight factory, glass 
works, furniture, agricultural implement and sash and door factories, 
saw and planing mills and wire works. One mile and a half north is 
the village of Trenton, where are situated the N.S. Steel and the 
Eastern Car Works. New Glasgow contains seven churches, six 
public schools and a high school, hospital and customs house. It has 
an electric plant, is lighted by electricity and has electric railway 
connection with Trenton, Stellarton and Westville. It has several 
ship yards, and there are extensive coal mines in the vicinity. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Trenton, Thorburn, Hopewell, Ferrona, Springville and Westville. 

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NEWS, every evening except Sunday ; Scotia Printers, Limited, 
publishers ; established 1910 ; independent ; subscription $5.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publish Free Lance. 

EASTERN CHRONICLE, semi-weekly ; Eastern Chronicle 
Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1843; liberal ; Tuesday and 
Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,8OO* 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Enterprise Publishing Co., publishers, 
A. P. Douglas, editor; established 1888; independent-conservative; 
Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 ^ inches. 

Circ'n 2 

FREE LANCE, weekly; Scotia Printers Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1894; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 20^ inches. 

Also publish Ne-ws 



NORTH SYDNEY, pop. 6,000, Co. Cape Breton, on the riorth side 
of North Sydney Harbour, 5 miles from Sydney and the eastern 
terminus of the I. C. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
iron foundry, fishing and coal shipping. The town contains -five 
churches, three public schools, convent, private school, hospital, is 
lighted by electricity, and has a marine railway capable of carrying 
vessels up to 500 tons. It is the terminus of the Western Union 
Atlantic Cables, employing 140 men. Has good water works and 
fire department, an hourly steamboat connection with Sydney and 
half hourly electric car connection with Sydney Mines. The shipping 
piers of Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., both for ore and coal, are 
here ; North Sydney is the winter shipping port of Cape Breton's 
fishing industry, and a port of call of the Gloucester fishing fleet and 
the St. Pierre, Miquelon and Newfoundland steamers. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : New Campbellton, Little 
Bras d'Or, Florence, Whycocomagh, Victoria Mines and Bridgeport. 

HERALD, weekly; North Sydney Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1872 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 4 



OXFORD, pop. 1,500, Co. Cumberland, on the Rivers Philip and 
Black and on the I.C.R., 3 miles from Oxford Junction, 20 miles 
S.E. of Amherst and 66 miles W. of Pictou ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : furniture and woodwork factories, foundry, saw, 
grist, excelsior and woollen mills, lumbering and farming. The town 
contains, besides its mills, stores, etc., five churches, one hotel, two 
public schools, a new high school and town hall. It has an electric 
power plant, excellent water supply and fire department and is 
lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Advocate Harbour, Athol, East South- 
ampton, Maccan, Pugwash, Conns Mills, Collingwood, Wallace, 
Northport, Westchester, Thomson, East Leicester, Linden, Green- 
ville and Wentworth. 

JOURNAL, weekly; S. A. Marchant, publisher; established 
1897; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; six to eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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PIC T OU, pop. 4,000, Co. Pictou, on North Shore, at the head of one 
of the finest harbours in the Province, and the terminus of two 
branches of the I.C.R., 100 miles N. of Halifax ; Tel.,T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour and grist mills, iron foundry and machine 
works, marine, railway, biscuits and confectionery, sash and door 
and canning factories. The town contains five churches, two public 
schools, convent, Pictou Academy, Y.M.C.A., and Marconi station, 
and in close proximity to the town, are extensive coal mines. Its 
streets are lighted by electricity and it has good water works. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Caribou, River John, Logan's Tannery, Durham, Merigomish, 
Tatamagouche,Churchville, Scotsburn, Meadowville, Pictou Landing, 
Toney River, Cape John and Piedmont Valley. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Advocate Printing and Publishing Co., 
Limited, publishers ; established 1893 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,3O4* 
See Advt. Page iop. 



PORT HAWKESBURY, pop. 800, Co. Inverness, on the Strait 
of Canso, the Intercolonial Ry., the Inverness Ry. and the terminus 
of the C. B. Ry., and the port of call of the Plant S. S. and other 
steamship lines, 75 miles E. of New Glasgow, 130 miles N. E. of 
Halifax, with which it is connected by a weekly line of steamers ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: saw mills, boat building, 
fishing and farming. The town contains several churches and 
schools, does a large trade in fish and general supplies. It is the 
centre of a rich agricultural district. It has a fine harbor and 
a local ferry line and steamboat connection with Boston, Mass., 
as well as being on the line of steamboat communication between 
Halifax and Summerside, P. E. I. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Pt. Hastings and Pt. Mulgrave. 

JOURNAL- BULLETIN, weekly; Eastern Journal Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1889; liberal ; Friday; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 25 inches. Circ'n J 



PORT HOOD, pop. 2,500, Co. Inverness, on Inverness R. & C. Co. 
Ry., 80 miles W. of Sydney, 40 miles N. E, of Antigonish ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: coal mining, lumbering, fishing and 
farming. Colliery employs 400 hands. There is a good harbour by 
which coal is shipped nine months in the year. Besides its stores, 
the town has three churches, an academy, court and customs houses. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Glendyer, 
Mabou, Strathlorne, Port Hastings, Margaree, Dunveagan, Glencoe, 
Cheticamp, Whycocomagh and Inverness. 

GREETINGS, weekly; D. F. McLean, publisher, established 
1901; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., i7# inches. Circ'n itf 

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SHELBURNE, pop. 1,500, Co. Shelburne, on the N. E.' arm of a 
capacious harbor of the same name, and on the H. & S. W. Ry. , 
163 miles S. W. of Halifax, 67 miles E. of Yarmouth ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : iron works, ship and boat building, farming, 
fishing, lumbering and milling. The town contains several churches 
and schools, county academy, court house, customs house, has 
a good harbor with easy entrance and secure anchorage and has 
excellent facilities for the repairing and furnishing of vessels. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Harrington, Wood's Harbor, Barrington Passage, Port Latour, 
Lockport, Jordan and Tusket. 

GAZETTE AND COAST GUARD, weekly ; The Shelburne 
Gazette Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1896; independent- 
conservative ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
1" inches. Ctrc'n i 



SPRINGHILL, pop. 5,713, Co. Cumberland, on the C. R. & C. 
Co. Ry., 5 miles S. of Springhill Junction 18 miles S. E. of Amherst 
and no miles N. W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : coal mining, wood-working factories, machine shops 
and farming. The town contains five churches, Y. M. C. A., four 
schools, public library, public hospital, three hotels and has water 
works and electric light. The Dominion Coal Co. operates a rail- 
way for general traffic from Junction with the Can. Gov't Rys. to 
Parrsboro, a shipping point by water about 35 miles distant. The 
extensive coal mines in Springhill employ in all about 2,200 men 
and pay an average of $90,000 monthly in wages. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Salem, Intervale, 
Warren, Joggins Mines, Chignecto Mines, River Hebert Mines, 
Southampton, Salt Springs and Fenwick -Mines. 

RECORD AND MINING JOURNAL, weekly; The Midland 
Printing Co., publishers; established 1916; independent-liberal; 
Saturday ; subscription $1.50 ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 64. 



ST ELLARTON, pop. 4,500, Co. Pictou, on the East River and 
L C. R., 3 miles from New Glasgow, 101 miles N. E. of Halifax; 
Tel. , T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : coalmining, I. C. R. repair 
shops, carriage factory, wood working and cigar factory. The 
town contains five churches, high and public schools, convent, water 
works and has an electric railway. Valuable coal mines in the town 
and vicinity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Hopewell, Ferrona, Eureka and Thorburn. 

MARITIME MINING RECORD, semi-monthly; R. 
Drummond, publisher ; established 1880 ; mining; seconti and fourth 
Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; twenty to twenty-four pages, 
2 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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SYDNEY, pop. 27,000, Co. Cape Breton, on the east part of Cape 
Breton, at the head of Sydney Harbour on S. and L. Ry. , S. and 
G.B. Ry. and eastern terminus of I.C.R., 290 miles N.E. of Halifax ; 
Tel.,T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : Dominion Steel & Iron Go's 
works, foundry, sash and door factories, cement works, tarred paper 
and roofing factory, boat and motor works, biscuit factory, chemical 
works and carding mills. The city contains twelve churches, 
public schools, county academy, two- convents, insane asylum, 
hospital, a large skating rink, curling rink, court house, jail, 
masonic hall, Lyceum seating 1,000 and its streets are lighted 
by electricity. It is the second city of importance in the province 
and is the principal city on the Island of Cape Breton. It is 
an important coaling station for steamers. Near here are the pictur- 
esque Bras d'Or lakes which are much frequented by tourists and 
are a fashionable summer resort. The Sydney District is famous for 
its coal mines and has an extensive trade with St. Pierre and 
Newfoundland. One of the best equipped electric railways in the 
Maritime Provinces connects Sydney, Sydney Mines, North Sydney, 
Glace Bay and colliery districts, with a combined population of 
about 70,000. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Westmount, Florence, Bridgeport, Broughton, Dominion, Port 
Morien, Victoria Mines, New Waterford, Reserve Mines, Coxheath, 
Boisdale, Beaver Cove, Grand Narrows, Irish Cove, Gabarouse 
and Louisburg. 

POST, every morning and evening, except Sunday ; The Post 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1900 ; unionist ; 
subscription $4.00 by mail, $5.00 in city; eight to sixteen pages, 
7 col., 21 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average tor 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918,7,033*1 

WEEKLY (Bras d'Or Gazette), established 1896 ; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Advt. The aggregate of Cape Breton County's subscriptions to Victory Loan, 
iQi8, was greater than one quarter of the aggregate subscriptions of the other seven- 
teen counties in the Province. The number of subscribers in Cape Breton County 
was 17,551; in the other seventeen counties 43,20$. In Halifax County, with popu- 
lation about the same as Cape Breton, there were 12,320 subscribers. The Post 
covers its field with a larger circulation than any other paper. A Member of the 
Audit Bureau of Circulations; its circulation may be ascertained at any lime. See 
Advt. Page 117. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday ; Record Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1898 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00 
in city, $4.00 by mail ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 4^4 

See See Advt. Page 78. 

CANADIAN LABOR LEADER, weekly; Canadian Labor 
Leader Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1917 ; labor ; Satur- 
day ; subscription $1.50; eight to twenty-four pages; 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n 4 

SYDNEY MINES, pop. 8,000, Co. Cape Breton, on I. C. R., 10 

miles N. across Sydney Harbour from Sydney, and connected by 
electric railway with Sydney, Glace Bay and North Sydney ; 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : coal mining and steel works. 
The town has five churches, three schools and electric light plant. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Westmount, Florence, Broughton, Dominion, Port Morien, Irish 
Cove and Louisburg. 

NEWS, weekly; Stratton Printery, publishers ; established 1914; 
independent; Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n i^ 

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TRURO, pop. 6,000, Co. Colchester, situated two miles above the 
head of Cobequid Bay, on the I.C. R. and D.A. Ry., 61 miles N. ot 
Halifax, 215 miles E. of St. John, 58 miles N.E. of Windsor ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : engine and boiler works, 
foundries, axle, carriage, wooden ware, condensed milk, box, 
woollen,shirt, shoe, oil cloth and cap factories, lumbering and farming. 
The town contains eleven churches, public and private schools, 
provincial normal and model, manual training and domestic science 
schools and agricultural college. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Brookfield, Folly Village, De Bert 
Village, Stewiacke, Maitland, Shubenacadie, Princeport, Belmont, 
Riversdale, Great Village, Bass River, Economy, Alton and 
Londonderry. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday ; W. D. Dimock, editor, 
News Publishing Co., Limited, publishers ; established 1891 ; 
independent ; subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,195* 

WEEKLY, established 1892 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
sixteen pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,409'*' 
Also publish Wesleyan. 

CITIZEN, weekly; Truro Printing and Pub. Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1908 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.25 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Also publish Colchester Sun. 

COLCHESTER SUN, weekly; Truro Printing and Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1871; independent; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Also publish Citizen. 

WESLEYAN, weekly; News Publishing Co., Limited, publishers; 
established 1836 ; religious, Methodist ; Wednesday ; last forms 
close Tuesday, p.m.; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6col., 17^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,178* 

Also publish Nevus, 



WINDSOR, pop. 4,000, Co. Hants, on Avon River and an arm of 
Minas Basin, and on Dominion Atlantic Ry., 45 miles N. W. of 
Halifax and 84 miles E. of Annapolis; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : underwear mills, furniture factory, iron foundry, fertilizer 
works, selenite cement works, plaster mill, gypsum mining, lumbering, 
apple and potatoe evaporator, hay compressing plant, fruit growing 
and farming. The town contains five churches, court house, the 
University of King's College, Collegiate school for boys, Church 
school for girls, Hants Co. Academy, fine public school and is an 
important centre of education. The town owes its importance to 
the quantities of limestones, gypsum, lumber and valuable minerals 
found in its vicinity. It contains some fine public buildings and is 
lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Avonport, Avondale, Brooklyn, Summerville, 
Newport, Ellershouse, Falmouth, Maitland, Shubenacadie, Mount 
Denson, St. Croix, Burlington and Hantsport. 

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HANTS JOURNAL, weekly; Harold S. Ansk v, editor and 
publisher : establislu-d 1867 ; independent ; Wodnesda ; subscription 
$1.50; eight to ten pagrs. 6 col., ig' 4 inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publishes l-'oricard and King's College Record . 
See Adrt. Page 91. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Windsor Tribune Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established .1881 ; independent-conservative; Friday; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; four pages, 8 col., 27 inches. Circ'n i^ 

FORWARD, bi-weekly ; official organ of Grand Division 
Sons of Temperance of Nova Scotia ; established 1893 ; temperance ; 
ivory other Saturday; subscription 50 cents; four pages, 5 col., 
i8)4 inches. 

Published at office of Hants Journal. 

KING'S COLLEGE RECORD, monthly; undergraduates of 
King's College, editors and publishers ; established 1878 ; a college 
paper issued only during the collegiate year; subscription $1.00 ; 
fifty-four pages, i col., 7 inches. 

Published at office of Hants Journal. 



WOLFVILLE, pop. 2,000, Co. Kings, at the entrance of Cornwallis 
River into Minas Basin, on the D. A. Ry., 18 miles N. N. W. of 
Windsor, 64 miles N. W. of Halifax; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : fruit growing, dairying, farming, milling and tanning. 
The town contains Acadia College, Acadia Seminary and Acadia 
Academy, belonging to the Baptist denomination, also five churches 
and public schools. It has an excellent water supply, electric light, 
sewerage system, paved streets, board of trade and is a favorite 
summer resort. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Port Williams, Canning, Grand Pre, Gaspereaux, 
Avonport, Hortonville, Greenwich and White Rock Mills. 

ACADIAN, weekly; Davison Bros., editors and publishers; 
established 1883; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 8 col., 24 inches. , ' Circ'n 

ACADIA ATHEN/EUM, monthly ; students of Acadia 
University, editors and publishers ; established 1873 ; a college 
paper issued only during collegiate year of eight months from 
November to June; I5th of month; subscription $1.00 ; fifty pages, 
i col., 7 inches. Circ'n 



YARMOUTH, pop. 7,000, Co. Yarmouth, a port on the Bay ot 
Fundy, at the extreme western point of Nova Scotia, 145 miles S.W. 
of Halifax, with which it is connected by the D. A. Ry. and H. & S. 
W. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Daily lines of steamers to Boston, 
semi-weekly to St. John. Chief Industries : shipbuilding, wood- 
working, cotton duck mills, ship's supplies, paper box factory, 
foundries and fishing. It has water works, a fire brigade, electric 
railway, electric light and gas, and a marine school' and is sur- 
rounded by a good farming country. The town contains nine 
churches, public schools, hospital, curling club, public buildings and 
educational institutions. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Hebron, Arcadia, Port Maitland, Tusket, Ohio, Argyle 
and Pubnico. 

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POST, every evening- except Sunday; James J. Wallis, publisher ; 
established 1908; conservative; subscription $2.00; four pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n l 

Tl M ES, semi-weekly ; The Yarmouth Times Ltd., publishers; 
established 1883 ; conservative ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pagfes, 8 col., 27 inches. 



HERALD, weekly; J. M. Lawson, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1833, liberal; Tuesday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 9 
col.-, 24^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,126* 

Also publishes Telegram issued free to Herald subscribers. 

See Advt. Page 95. 

LIGHT, weekly; C. Carey, editor and publisher; established 
1890; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight to ten 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page qb. 

TELEGRAM, weekly; established 1884 ; liberal ; Friday; issued 
free to Herald subscribers ; four pag^es, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3,126* 
See Advt. Page pj. 



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PROVINCE of PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

Though the smallest in area having a land surface of only 2, 184 square 
miles Prince Edward Island is the most thickly settled and one of the most 
productive of the provinces of Canada. The population at the last census 
was 93,728, an average of 43 to the square mile. 

There is scarcely a foot of land in Prince Edward Island not capable 
of cultivation, and the soil is uniformly rich. This natural advantage, 
coupled with a temperate climate and regular rainfalls, has made the 
province famous as an agricultural and stock raising country. The 
Island horses, cattle and sheep are eagerly sought after both by Can- 
adian and United States buyers. But it is in dairying and in the meat 
business that Prince Edward Island has made remarkable strides. It is 
now sometimes referred to as "The Denmark of Canada." Among other 
agricultural products, the Island oats and potatoes are famous throughout 
America and the West Indies for their excellence, the foreign demand 
for these products being steadily on the increase. 

The agricultural yield for 1916 was estimated at 6,567,000 bushels 
oats, worth $5,940,200; 6,200,000 bushels potatoes, worth $3,100,000; 
3,800,000 bushels turnips and roots, worth $760,000 ; a total value of 
$7,800,000. 

Live stock to the value of over $1,500,000 is marketed annually. 

The fishing interests of the Island are important, its position in 
the Gulf giving it great advantages. The value of the fish taken by 
Prince Edward Island fishermen averages very close to $1,500,000 an- 
nually, and fully two-thirds is exported to foreign countries. The principal 
fish caught are mackerel, herring, cod, hake, lobsters and oysters. There 
are 95 lobster canning establishments on the Island and the annual take 
of lobsters is about 2^ million pound cans, and of oysters about 25,000 
barrels, the Prince Edward Island oysters especially those of Malpecque 
Bay being esteemed the finest in flavour of any on the Atlantic coast. 

The most remarkable industry of Prince Edward Island is fur 
farming, which includes the breeding of three varieties of foxes, raccoon, 
fisher, otter, beaver, muskrat, mink, marten, Persian lambs and Russian 
sable. Over 3,000 foxes were reared in the Province in 1916, and the 
industry promises to add very materially to its wealth. Old and young 
silver black foxes on the the Island on December ist, 1916, numbered 
7,000. 

The railway system of the Island, some 279 miles in length, is of 3 feet 6 
inches gauge and is entirely owned and operated by the Government ol 
Canada. Three-quarters of the area of the Province is within five miles of the 
railway, and no part Is over ten miles distant. Official statistics show 
that the Province has less crime and vice in proportion to population 
than any other Province of Canada and compares favorably in that 
regard with any country in the world. The sale of liquor for beverage 
purposes has been prohibited by law since 1901. Prince Edward Island 
has 479 public schools, with 590 teachers and 17,078 pupils. The per- 
centage of rural school attendance is remarkably high. Prince Edward 
Island is represented in the Dominion Parliament by four senators and 
four members of the House of Commons. Its local government is carried 
on by a single house, the Legislative Assembly, having 30 members. 
Capital, Charlottetown. 

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CHARLOTTETOWN, pop. 12,000, Co. Queens, is pleasantly situa- 
ted on a neck of land between North and Hillsborough Rivers, 
overlooking a fine harbour; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. It has regular 
steamboat connection with Canadian and American ports and is the 
' Provincial capital. Chief Industries : foundries, gasoline engine 
works, machine shops, flour, woollen, saw, shingle and planing mills, 
tanneries, agricultural implement, soap, butter, condensed milk, 
meat curing, cheese and tobacco factories, fox breeding and farming. 
The city contains nine churches, good public schools, the Govern- 
ment buildings, court house, markets, city hall, public hall, drill 
hall, Prince of Wales and St. Dunstan colleges, normal school, 
convents, lunatic asylum, gaol, etc. It is lighted with electric light. 
Has good system of water works and sewerage. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Lower Montague, 
Dundas, Georgetown, Cornwall, New Haven, Bedeque, Kelly's 
Cross, Annadale, Southport, Emerald, Victoria, Eldon, Mount 
Stewart, Webster's Corner, Vernon River Bridge and Kensington. 

EXAMINER, every evening except Sunday ; Examiner Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1847 ; independent-conservative ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n i% 

GUARDIAN, every morning and noon except Sunday; 
The Island Guardian Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1891 ; liberal-conservative ; subscription $4.00 and $3.00 ; eight 
pages and upwards; 7 col., 2O_J^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 9,589*f 

Advt. Prince Edward Island is unique in having practically no poor, no crimi- 
nals and no labor troubles. Most people are prosperous, buy the best of everything 
and live to a green old age in the enjoyment of life's comforts. They all read and 
appreciate the Charlottetown Guardian. See Advt. Page 57. 

PATRIOT, every evening except Sunday ; Patriot Publishing 
Company, publishers ; established 1881 ; liberal ; subscription 
$4.00 in city, $3.00 by mail; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30 1918, 4,399* 

Advt. Spend your holidays this^ summer on Prince Edward Island, the home 
of free pure air. Lots of good fishing and shooting. Everybody reads our patriotic 
paper The Patriot. See Advt. Page 118. 

HERALD, weekly; Jas. Mclsaac, publisher; established 1870; 
religious; Roman Catholic; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages; size 27^ x 20 inches. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly ; Archibald Irwin, (King's Printer), 
publisher ; established 1791 ; official organ of Provincial Government ; 
subscription 50 cents ; pages as required, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Inserts Legal advertisements only. 

WATCH MAN, weekly ; Peter McCourt, editor and proprietor ; 
established 1890; independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.^5 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

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1'RINCi: KinVARP ISLAND 165 

SUMMERSIDE, pop. 3,500, Co. Prince, on Bedeque Bay and 
P.E.I. Ry., 50 miles N.W. of Charlottetown, 40 miles N.E. of 
Shediac ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : grist, saw, planing' 
and shingle mills, furniture factory, two large contracting establish- 
ments, including sash and door and general wood working- factories, 
lumber yards, farm implement works, farming and dairying. The 
town has an excellent harbor, with good anchorage for large vessels ; 
has seven churches, three of the largest retail stores in Maritime 
Canada, three public halls, convent, the county buildings, good 
water and sewerage system and electric light. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Cape Traverse, 
Alberton, Kensington, Princetown, Tryon, Miscouche, Wellington, 
Centreville, Victoria, Coleman, O'Leary, Northam, Tyne Valley, 
Freetown, Emerald and Kinkora. 

ISLAND FARMER, weekly; Pioneer Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1887 ; agricultural and news ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.25; last forms close Tuesday noon; eight pages, 7 
col., 21 % inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 3.7OO 

Also publish Pioneer. 

See Advt. Page 112. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; Journal Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1865 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; last forms close 
Tuesday morning; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22^ 
inches. Circ'n 5 

Also publish Prince Edward Island Agriculturist 

PIONEER, weekly; Pioneer Publishing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1876; liberal; Saturday; last forms close Friday noon; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 2\y 2 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publish Island Farmer. . 

See Advt. Page 112. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAN D AGRICULTURIST, weekly; 
Journal Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1880; agricul- 
tural and stock raising ; Saturday ; last forms close Friday morn- 
ing ; subscription $1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 22^ inches. 

Circ'n 5% 

Also publish Journal. 



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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA 



Territorially the Province of Manitoba is one of the largest in 
confederation. Extending- as far north as the 6oth parallel and eastward 
to the Hudson Bay, it comprises a total area of 251,832 square 
miles, or 61,172,298 acres, of which about 85 per cent, is land. 
Manitoba enjoys the unique distinction of being- the only one of the 
three prairie provinces , having a boundary on the sea, its boun- 
dary on Hudson Bay giving it several hundred miles of coast line 
and a number of important natural harbors. The southern part 
of the province is devoted almost exclusively to agriculture, being one of 
the biggest wheat-producing districts in the world. The northern part, 
while also rich in agricultural areas, is more remarkable foi its wealth of 
minerals, timber, fish and fur, most of which is as yet undeveloped and is 
waiting only for the application of capital, industry and enterprise. 

Important and very valuable discoveries of gold, copper sulphide and 
silver have been made in the past two or three years, especially in a 
district east of Lake Winnipeg and also north of The Pas. Much 
development work is being done. 

The population of Manitoba is well over the half million mark. 

At the last census (1911) only 8^% of the land was occupied. -First' 
class arable land in the old province is estimated to amount to 30,000,000 
acres, of which about 14,000,000 acres is occupied and close to 9,000,000 
acres is actually under cultivation. In 1915 over 7,250,000 acres was 
actually under crop. Total agricultural production in that year was 
estimated by the Provincial Government statisticians at over $262,000,000. 
Wheat amounted to 96,662,912 bushels with an average of 26.2 per acre ; 
oats, 101,077,991 bushels with an average of 47.7 bushels ; barley, 
35,423,495 bushels with an average of 34 bushels. Dairy products are 
increasing rapidly in volume, amounting to $3,417,381 in 1914, to 
$3,845,183 in 1915 and to $4,483,614 in 1916. The census of live stock in 
the province for 1916 showed 341,496 horses ; 665,686 cattle ; 261,774 pigs 
and 89,475 sheep, the value of which was estimated at $103,821,763. 
Mixed farming is growing steadily. The annual wool crop is increasing 
and beekeeping is rapidly becoming a large and most profitable side line 
with farmers in all parts of the'province. 

Though the timber in the north of the province is almost inexhaustible 
great forests of pine, spruce, poplar, birch, elm, tamarack, ash and fir 
and the lakes are plentifully stocked with fish, lumbering and fishing have 
as yet received little attention compared with agriculture. There are 
about one hundred lumber mills, cutting approximately $1,000,000 worth 
a year, and the annual catch of fish is worth about $800,000. 

Mineral products consist chiefly of building materials such as cement, 
gypsum, brick clay and stone, the average output of which has been as 
large as two and a half million dollars when the building trades demanded 
it. Recent discoveries of gold, copper, copper sulphide and silver are 
being developed and large shipments have yielded handsome profits. 
Manitoba has large areas of lignite coal estimated to contain 150,000,000 
long tons and recent experiments promise to bring this vast deposit into 
use for the production of gas. 

There are 4,672 miles of railway in Manitoba, Winnipeg with 24 
separate lines of track entering from all parts of the province being the 
chief railway centre. Portage la Prairie and Brandon are also important 
railway centres. 

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Manufacturing is rapidly assuming large proportions, the value of 
manufacturers in 1916 being closely estimated at $52,000,000. Winnipeg 
and its immediate district has the great bulk of the manufacturing 
industries of the province, aided largely by cheap electrical power 
supplied by the power developments of the City of Winnipeg and the 
Winnipeg Electric Railway Company from the Winnipeg River. In- 
dustries in Winnipeg include large meat-packing establishments, cold 
storage plants, biscuit factories, oatmeal mills, bag, cloth, skirt, over- 
all, shirt, underwear, awning and tent factories, box factories, large 
(.-arriage factories, automobile, factories and a great number of other 
industries. There is raw material in abundance grains of all kinds 
for the flour and cereal food manufacturer, wool for the spinner, flax seed 
for the oil manufacturer, straw and pulp for paper mills, minerals, gypsum, 
peat, salt, manganese, limestone and sand for glass making. In the chief 
cities of the province are also found the head offices or western branches 
of many of the largest commercial and wholesale companies of Canada; 
a great number of financial institutions, such as trust companies, loan 
companies, fire and life insurance companies, banks, etc., have their 
head offices in the province. There are over 200 branches of banks in 
the province. 

The whole province is dotted with schools and churches. There are 
over 1,900 schools employing nearly 3,000 teachers, with an enrollment of 
104,000 pupils. A well equipped University and a modern Agricultural 
College are supported by the province. Manitoba sends ten members to 
the Dominion House of Commons and four to the Senate, while the Pro- 
vincial Legislature consists of 48 membeis. Capital, Winnipeg 



BALDUR PP- 55> District of Souris, ontheCarman-Hartney branch 
of the C. N. R., 109 miles S. W. of Winnipeg and 60 miles S. E. of 
Brandon; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Largest and most important town in 
Argyle and seat of the Municipal Council. An important grain and 
cattle point for the district. The town contains four churches, three 
elevators and a large grist mill. Heavy shipments of cattle and 
pigs. Extensive lumber business. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published , Greenway, Martapolis, Neelin and Glenora. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Fred Stevens, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1898; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n _j 



BELMONT, pop- 3) District of Souris, on the C. N. Ry., 120 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg, 40 miles S. of Brandon. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : wheat growing, stock raising, dairying and C.N. R 
locomotive and repair shops. The town contains three churches, 
school, hotel, implement and general stores, fire hall and has electric 
light. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Hilton, Neelin, Fairhall, Glendenning, Craigielea Bru, 
Grund, Moropano, and Tiger Hills. 

NEWS, weekly; F. McGillivray, Grant, " publishers ; established 
1882; independent ; Wednesday; subscription $1. 50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19% inches. Circ'n 



One section of paper is headed Ninette News. 



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BINSCARTH,pop. 300, District of Marquette, on the Yorkton sub- 
division of the C. P. R., 155 miles N.W. of Portage la Prairie, 
10 miles from the boundary of Saskatchewan ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : grain growing, cattle and hog raising. It has 
churches, school, hotel, stockyards and good stores. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Harrowby, Gravity, Mill- 
wood, Johnston, Barnardo, Lidford and Seeburn. 

EXPRESS, weekly; Cockburn, Son and Co., publishers; 
established 1910; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 

One section of paper is headed Foxzvarren Nevus. 

Also publish Bredenbury Sun. 

BIRTLE, pop. 600, District of Marquette, on C. P. R., 200 miles 
W. N.W. of Winnipeg and 90 miles N.W. of Brandon; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : machine shops, farming, cement 
block works and butter making. The town contains besides its 
stores, an Indian School, consolidated school, four churches, rink 
and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Beulah, Solsgirth, St. Lazare, Kelloe, Rossburn and 
Warleigh. 

EYE WITNESS, weekly ; E. J. Wils-on, editor and publisher; 
established 1891 ; independent ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n } 

BOISSEVAIN, pop. 975, District of Souris, on the Pembina Moun- 
tain Branch of C. P. R. and on Great Northern Ry. , 20 miles E. of De- 
loraine, 182 miles W.S.W. of Winnipeg; Tel.,T. , Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour mills, wood-working and machine shops, grain 
growing and live stock raising. The town contains five churches, 
public schools, four grain elevators, two hotels, land titles office, 
electric light plant and is the centre of one of the best wheat 
growing district's in South- Western Manitoba. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Whitewater, Desford, Bannerman 
and Wassewa. 

RECORDER, weekly ; Boissevain Printing Co., publishers; 
established 1899; independent-conservative ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00^; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n *j 

One section of paper is headed Ninga A T ezvs. 

BRANDON, pop. 18,000, District of Brandon, on the Assiniboine 
River and C. P. R., C. N. R. and Gr. Nor. Ry., 133 miles W. of 
Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : grain growing, 
mixed farming and manufacturing of flour, parts of agricultural im- 
plements, portable sewing machines, gasoline engines, fire engines, 
windmills, pumps, showcases, school desks, sashes'and doors, leather 
goods, harness, tents, cigars, mattresses, bricks, overalls, butter, 
cheese, etc. Twenty-six distributing houses handle groceries, seeds, 
fruits, dairy produce, tobacco, hardware, boots and shoes, furniture, 
china and glassware and lumber. The Inter-Provincial Fair held in 
Brandon every summer is one of the largest annual gatherings of 
farmers in Western Canada, the attendance being over eighty thous- 
and ; while the Winter Fair is a most important exhibition of live stock. 
The city contains numerous churches, six public schools, convent, 

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courthouse, jail, provincial insane asylum, provincial normal school, 
Ruthenian training school, Indian industrial school, collegiate provin- 
cial institute, Government experimental farm, Baptist University for 
Western Canada, large grain elevators, water works and fire 
department, and is lighted by electricity. The business streets are 
paved with asphalt ; there are twelve miles of street car tracks, 
fifty-five miles of granolithic sidewalks, seventeen miles of boulevards 
and thirty miles of graded and gravelled streets. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Alexander, 
Chater, Martinville, Roseland, Shrubland, Elton, Douglas, Forest 
and Kemnay. 

SUN, every evening except Sunday; Sun Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1883; independent-conservative; subscription 
$3.00 by mail, $5.20 in city; eight to fourteen pages, 7 col., 20% 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,654* 

WEEKLY, established 1883; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 2o}4 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

CARBERRY, pop. 1,080, District of Portage La Prairie, on the 
C.P.R. andC.N.R., 105 miles W. of Winnipeg, 28 miles N.E. of Bran- 
don ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, farming 
and stock raising? The town contains four churches and a public 
school, six elevators with a capacity of 300,000 bushels, municipally 
owned electric light plant, is lighted by gas and has an excellent 
waterworks and fire-fighting system. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Petrel, Brookdale, Edrans, 
Kerfoot, Melbourne, Wellwood and Sidney. 

NEWS - EXPRESS, weekly; James L. Cowie, editor and 
publisher; established 1886; independent; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n Jf 

CARMAN, pop. 1,530, District of MacDonald, on the Boyne River, 
the Carman branch of the Western Division of C.P.R., the Great 
Northern Ry. and the C. N. R., 52 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 22 miles 
N. of Morden ; Tel. ,T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw and grist 
mills, brick and tile works, creamery and farming.- The town contains 
five churches, a public school and three grain elevators, and has elec- 
tric light, sewers and waterworks. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Pomeroy, Lintrathen, Stephenfield, 
Grays, Almasippi, St. Daniel, Barnsley, Elm Creek, Sperling, 
Roseisle, Homewood and Bates. 

DUFFERIN LEADER, weekly; Leader Printing and Publish- 
ing Co., publisher's; established 1898; unionist; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n % 

CARTWRIGHT, pop. 400, District of Souris, on C. P. R., 148 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg and 90 miles W. of Emerson ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : stock raising, farming and manufacturing. The 
town contains besides its stores, etc., a modern creamery, four 
churches and one hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Clearwater, Mather, Neelin, Enterprise 
and Bannerman. 

SOUTHERN MANITOBA REVIEW, weekly; Wallace 
Bros., publishers; established 1899; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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CRYSTAL CITY, pop. 500, District of Lisgar, on C.P.R., 130 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg- and 10 miles from the International boundary line ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: mixed farming. The town 
contains besides its stores, three churches, town hall, fire hall, opera 
house, two hotels, flour mill and grain elevators. The town is 
surrounded by an exceedingly good farming district. Surrounding' 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Clearwater, 
Snowflake, Purves, Mather and Marringhurst. 

COURIER, weekly; Courier Publishing Co., publishers, T. G. 
McKitrick, editor ; established 1897 > independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CYPRESS RIVER, pop. 350, District of MacDonald, on Cypress 
River and C.P.R., 95 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries: grain growing, stock raising and dairying. The 
town contains two churches, high school, town hall, jail, fire hall, 
two large general stores, three implement warehouses, lumber yard 
and five large grain elevators. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published: Treesbank, Bru, St. Alphonse, Green way, 
Mariapolis, Indian Springs, Grange and Bruxelles. 

WESTERN PRAIRIE, weekly ; A. W. Burridge, editor and 
proprietor ; established 1896; independent-conservative ; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n l 

DAUPHIN, pop. 4,000, District of Dauphin, a divisional point on 
C.N.R., 178 miles N.W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, flour and saw mills. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores and mills, fire hall, opera house, waterworks, 
three hotels, and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Ochre River, Makinak, 
Laurier, Ste. Rose du Lac, Million, Sifton, Fork River, Woolson, 
Ashville, Valley River and Winnipegosis. 

HERALD-PRESS, weekly, Dauphin Herald Pub. Co., publish- 
ers; estabished 1897; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21 % inches. Circ'n i^ 

DELORAINE, pop. 856, District of Souris, on Winnipeg-Napinka 
branch of the C.P.R., 202 miles S.W. of Winnipeg and 13 miles 
from the International Boundary line ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : milling and farming. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Whitewater, Medora, Lauder, Montefiore, 
Turtle Mountain and Goodlands. 

TIMES, weekly ; George & Watson, editors and publishers; es- 
tablished 1887; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; four 
to eight pages, 6 col., ig/4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 75O 

Also publish Waskada News. 

DOMINION CITY, pop. 350, District of Provencher, on Roseau 
River and C.P.R., 56 miles S. of Winnipeg, 10 miles N. of Emerson ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour milling and farming. 
The town contains three churches and a school. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Arnaud and Letellier. 

ECHO, weekly; Arthur Drewe, publisher; established 1913; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 8 pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n % 

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DUNREA, pop. 300, District of Souris, on C.X.R., 150 miles S.W. of 
Winnipeg 1 , 34 miles S. E. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : mixed farming 1 and dairying 1 . The town contains, besides 
its stores, two churches and a school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Fairhall and Hyder. 

REVIEW, weekly; published in Minto as a part of .Minto White- 
water Packet. 



ELGIN, pop. 350, District of Souris, on C. N. R., Winnipeg to Virden 
Line; 170 miles S.W. of Winnipeg and 50 miles S.E. of Virden. 
Chief Industries : grain growing, horse, sheep and cattle raising. 
The town contains, besides its stores, four churches and ajarge 
consolidated school. It has a progressive Agricultural Society and 
runs every year very -successful summer fairs. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Underbill, Fairfax and 
Argue. 

LANCET, weekly; Annie F. Playfair, publisher; established 
1918; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. 

Also publish Hartney Star. 



ELKHORN, pop. 800, District of Brandon, on C. P. R., 65 miles 
\.\V. of Brandon, 205 miles W. of Winnipeg 1 ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : stock raising, grain growing, flour and grist mills. 
The town contains besides its stores, mills, etc., municipal cement 
works, two garages, three churches, schools, hotel and three grain 
elevators with capacity of 100,000 bushels. Surrounding 1 towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Reaper, Hargrave, 
Ebor, Miniota, McAuley, Two Creeks, Kirkella and Burnbank. 

MERCURY, weekly; Crosby and Norris, publishers; estab- 
lished 1908; unionist; Thursday: subcription $1.50; eight pagfes, 
6 col. , 19^ inches. Circ'n 



ELMWOOD, a suburb of Winnipeg. 

ADVERTISER, weekly ; Geo. S. Mathers, publisher; established 
1905; independent; Thursday; distribution free ; from four pages, 

4 col., 12 inches. Circ'n 1)4 

EMERSON, pop. 1,043, District of Provencher, the terminus of Emer- 
son Section of C. P. R., and on C. N. R., G. N. Ry., Soo Line and 
direct connection with N. P. Ry. , 66 miles S. of Winnipeg, 2 miles 
from the N. Dakota boundary line ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, dairying, ranching, grist and flour mills. The 
town contains five churches and a public school, grain elevators, 
etc. Surrounding 1 towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Rosenfeldt, St. Pie, Stuartburn, Letellier, Rid.g'eville and Arnaud. 

JOURNAL, weekly; W. B. Ballantyne, publisher; established 
1896; independent-liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 

5 col., 17$ inches. Circ'n ft 

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FOXWARREN, pop. 175, District of Marquette, on the 
Minnedosa sub-division of the C.P. R. , 146 miles N.W. of Portage la 
Prairie; Tel., T. , Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing- and stock 
raising. Besides churches and school, the town has four elevators, 
stock yards, creamery and lumber yard, etc. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Victor, Crewe, Lazare, St. Lazare, 
Fort Ellice, Wattsview and Lidford. 



N EWS, weekly ; published in Binscarth as part of the Binscarth 
Express, 

Also publish Bredenbury Sun. 



GILBERT PLAINS, pop. 436, District of Dauphin, on Can. Nat. Ry. r 
190 miles N. W. of Winnipeg, 90 miles N. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Oaknook, Howard, 
Valley River, Wilford and Spruce Creek. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; B. R. Whelon, publisher; established 
1901 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n 



GLADSTONE, pop. 890, District of Portage La Prairie, on C.P.R. 
and Can. Nat. Ry. , 34 miles N. W. of Portage La Prairie, 40 miles 
E. of Minnedosa, 85 miles W. by N. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : mixed farming, machine works, brick- 
yard and flour mill. The village contains four churches, two hotels, 
high and public schools and an electric plant supplying heating and 
lighting. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Douglas, Chater, Arden, Westbourne, Berton, Glenella, 
Ogilvie, Austin, Keyes, Burnside and Poplar Point. 

AGE, weekly; Age Publishing Co. , publishers ; established 1883; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n 



GLENBORO, pop. 500, District of Portage La Prairie, on C. P. R., 
100 miles W. by S. of Winnipeg, 45 miles E. of Souris ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : grain and stock farming, grist and saw 
mills. The town contains three churches, high and public schools, 
curling and skating rink, two hotels, three grain elevators, and all 
the streets are cemented. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Stockton, Hilton, Skalholt, Methven, 
Greenway and Bru. 

GAZETTE, weekly; G. J. Oleson, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1892 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21 1^ inches. Circ'n ft 

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GRAND VIEW, pop. 700, District of Dauphin, on Valley River and 
main line C. X. R., 208 miles N.W. of Winnipeg-; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : agriculture, dairying, lumbering and 
mixed farming'. The town contains, besides its numerous 
stores, ell-., two !ioti-ls, five grain elevators and one flat warehouse 
with a capacity of 160,000 bushels. Has also excellent water works 
and sewerage system, large saw mills, lumber yards, blacksmiths' 
and machine shops. It is the centre of a fertile farming district 
with a population of 6,500, and the mountain ranges (Duck Mountains 
on the N. and Riding Mountains on the S.), which bound the valley, 
abound in game and are heavily timbered. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Strevel, Meharry, Halstead, 
Makaroff, Togo, Umatilla, Venlaw, Mountain Gap, Tamarisk, 
Shortclale, Bield and Shevlin. 

EXPONENT, weekly ; Geo. A. Blakely, publisher ; established 
1901; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n 

HAMIOTA, pop. 600, District of Marquette, on C. P. R. Branch 
(Brandon to Miniota), 165 miles West of Winnipeg, 50 miles N.W. of 
Brandon ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Bank. Chief Industries : grist and flour mills, 
stock raising and farming. The town contains besides its stores, 
mills, etc., three churches, school, hospital, town hall and one 
hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Oakner, Isabella, Kenton, Bradwardine, Lenore, Pope, 
Scotia, McConnell, Decker, Harding, Crandall, Miniota and West- 
wood. 

ECHO, weekly; Venables and Josey, publishers; established 
1903 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

HARTNEY, pop. 623, District of Souris, on Souris section of C. P. R. 
and on C. N. R., 166 miles S. W. of Winnipeg, 35 miles S. W. of 
Brandon and 15 miles S. W. of Souris ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : grain growing and stock-raising. The town contains 
besides its stores, five churches, public and high schools, opera 
house, eight large elevators and good hotel. * Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Lauder, Underbill, 
Argue, Findlay, Menteith and Schwitzer Jet. 

STAR, weekly; Annie F. Playfair, publisher; established 1892; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col. , 20 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Elgin Lancet. 

HOLLAND, pop. 350, District of MacDonald, 86 miles W. of Win- 
nipeg and 65 miles E. of Souris, on Souris section of C. P. R. ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and .ranching-. 
The village has three churches, a new $30,000 agricultural high 
school, flour mill and five elevators. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : St. Alphonse, Landseer, 
Bruxelles, Camille and Pratt. 

OBSERVER, weekly; N. Hewitt, publisher; established 1893; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 5 col., 
1 7 3^ inches. Circ'n % 

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KILLARNEY, pop. 1,250, District of Souris, on the Pembina section 
(Winnipeg to Napinka) of C. P. R., 164 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 55 
miles E. of Napinka, 50 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : agricultural implements factory, wagon making, 
cheese factory, planing mill, sash and door factory, cement works, 
flour mills and farming. The town contains four churches, public and 
high schools, collegiate institute, five elevators, about fifty places of 
general business and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Fairhall, Desford, 
Lyonshall, Wakopa, Glendenning, Lena and Bannerman. 

GUIDE, weekly; J. H. Monteith, publisher; established 1896; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 8 col., 22 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 885 



LANG RUTH, pop. 200, District of Dauphin, on the Can. Nor. 
Ry., 35 miles N.W. of Portage la Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief 
Industries : farming, ranching and fishing. A consolidated school 
is situated here. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Amaranth, Kinisota and Westbourne. 

HERALD, weekly. See Portage La Prairie. 



MACGREGOR, pop. 640, District of Portage La Prairie, on G. T. 
P. Ry., and on the western division (Winnipeg and Swift Current 
branch) of C.P. R. , 77 miles W. of Winnipeg and 21 miles W. of Port- 
age La Prairie ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grain and 
stock farming and flour milling. The town contains besides its 
stores, mills, etc., three churches, curling and skating rink, three 
elevators and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Beaver, Austin, Wellington, Rose Hill, Bagot, 
Sidney and Burnside. 

HERALD, weekly; H. T. Trethewey, publisher; established 1896; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19 
inches. Circ'n *4 

M ANITOU, pop. 680, District of Lisgar, on the Pembina branch of the 
C. P. R., 102 miles S. W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : C. P. R. shops, sash and door factory, carriage factory and 
farming. Besides its stores, the town has five churches, consolidated 
and normal schools, garage, theatre, rinks and five elevators and is 
lighted by acetylene gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Altamont, Opawaka, Kaleida, Windygates, 
Kingsley, McKenzie, Purvis, La Riviere, Snowflake, Darlingford 
and Mowbray. 

WESTERN CANADIAN, weekly; W. J. Rowe7 publisher; 
established 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four 
to six pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

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MARGARET, pop. 150, District of Souris, on the C.P.R., 153 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg' and 7 miles E. of Minto; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : farming'. Surrounding' towns and villages where no 
papers are published : I.angraU 1 , Slieppardville and Fairfax. 

NEWS, weekly ; published in Minions part of Minto Whiteivater 
Packet. 



MELITA, pop. 800, District of Souris, on Souris River and Souris 
section (Kemnay to Estevan) of C. P. R., 201 miles W. by S. of Win- 
nipeg, 1 12 miles E. of Estevan ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Situated in the 
midst of a rich farming" country. Chief Industries : milling', machine 
shops and farming. The town contains three churches and high and 
public schools, municipal hall, two garages and fire hall. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Cameron, 
Coulter, Elva, Lauder and Napinka. 

NEW ERA, weekly ; Thos. Beveridge, B. A., B. D., publisher ; 
established 1915 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
four to eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 



MIAMI, pop. 450, District of MacDonald, on the Morris and Somerset 
branch of the Can. Nat. Ry., 85 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 38 miles 
W. of Morris; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : butter making, 
stock raising and farming. The village contains besides its several 
-stores, etc., three churches, consolidated school, Oddfellows' hall, 
hotel and two elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Opawaka, Nelson, Pomeroy, Lintrathen and 
Deerwood. 

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HERALD, weekly; Geo. W. Ayles, publisher; established 1903; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. . Circ'n 



MINNEDOSA, pop. r,8oo, District of Marquette, on the Little Sas- 
katchewan River and a divisional point on the C. P. R., 133 miles 
W. of Winnipeg, 30 miles N.E. of Brandon, 78 miles W. of Portage 
La Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : machine shop, 
stock raising and farming. The town is developing as a railway 
point and a good deal of money is circulated by the railroad men 
located there. It has four churches, two public schools and a high 
school, hospital, courthouse and jail, drill hall and armoury and is 
lighted by electricity. It is an excellent farming section, with roll- 
ing land and good water. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Basswood, Clanwilliam, Newdale, Moore 
Park and Bethany. 

TRIBUNE, weekly ; David Cannon, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

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MINTO, pop. 300, District of Souris, on the C. N. R., 160 miles S.W. of 
Winnipeg-, and 30 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: mixed farming and dairying-. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores, three churches and two schools. Surrounding- towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Fairfax, Dunallen and 
Heaslip. 

WHITEWATER PACKET, weekly ; W. A. and N. E. Bourns, 
publishers; established 1907 ; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pag-es, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n l / t 

Sections of the paper are headed Margaret Nezus and Dunrea 
Review. 

MORDEN, pop. 1,200, District of Lisgar, on Dead Horse Creek and 
Pembina section of C. P. R. and on G. N. R., 82 miles S. W. ot 
Winnipeg-, 121 miles E. of Deloraine ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, grain growing- and stock raising. The town 
contains six churches, high and public schools, land titles office, 
Dominion Experimental Farm, large creamery, county gaol, seven 
elevators, with a capacity of about 250,000 bushels, is lig-hted by 
electricity and has asphalt paved streets. Surrounding- towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Thornhill, Nelson, 
Plum Coulee, Shack-land, Haskett, Rhineland, Darlingford and 
Glencross. 

T I ME S, weekly ; W. H. Glendinning, publisher; established 
1880 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

MORRIS, pop. 700, District of Provencher, on C. P. R. and Can. Nat. 
Ry., 43 miles S. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming and lumbering. The town contains besides its stores, 
etc., three churches, four elevators and two hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Rosenfeld, 
McTavish, Osborne, De Wet and Shanawan. 

HERALD, weekly; A. E. Code, publisher ; established 1885; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

NEE PAW A, pop. 1,865, District of Portage La Prairie, on the North- 
western Division of C.P.R. and main line of C.N.R., 117 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 6 1 miles W. of Pprtage La Prairie; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : grain and stock raising, C. N.R. shops and round- 
house, creamery, dairying, oatmeal mill, sash and door factory, marble 
works and machine shops. The town contains four churches, col- 
legiate, high and public schools, hospital, and three elevators with 
a capacity of 100,000 bushels. The town owns and operates its 
own electric light system and has water and sewerage sys- 
tems. The N. W. Agricultural and Arts Association Summer 
Fair is held in the town in fair grounds and buildings.. Surrounding 
towns and villages were no papers are published : Eden, Arden, 
Keyes, Kelwood, Riding Mountain, Oberon, Birnie, McCreary, 
Glenella, Brookdale, Moore Park, Wellwood and Franklin. 

PRESS, semi-weekly ; Neepawa Press Co., Ltd., publishers, 
A. Dunlop, manager ; established 1896 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n i# 

REGISTER, weekly ; Neepawa Printing and Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, W. L. Belton, editor and manager^ established 
1884 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n \]^ 

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NINETTE, pop. 220, District of Souris, on the C. N. R., 10 miles 
\V. of Belmont, 35 miles S. E. of Brandon; Tel., Ex. Chief 
Industry: fanning. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : N'eelin, Hilton and Dunrea. '. 

NEWS, weekly; published in Belmont as a part of Belmont 
News. 

NINGA, pop. 200, District of Souris, on Pembina Branch of C. P. R., 
175 miles S. W. of Winnipeg-, 44 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town contains three churches, 
four elevators, two schools, hotel, lumber yard, machine shops 
and stores. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Hyder, Rhodes and Lyonshall. 

N EWS, weekly ; published in Boissevain as a part of Boissevain 
Recorder. 



OAK LAKE, pop. 500, District of Brandon, on the main line of the 
C.P.R., 1^2 miles from Assiniboine River, 165 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
40 miles N. of Deloraine ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
grist and flour mills, grain and stock farming. The town contains 
besides its stores, etc., four churches and public and high schools. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Alexander, 
Griswold, Findlay, Harding, Kenton and Routledge. 

NEWS, weekly; Russell Hogg, publisher; established 1898; in- 
dependent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n 



OAK RIVER, pop. 250, District of Marquette, on the C. P. R. and 
G.T. P., 40 miles N. W. of Brandon, 1 68 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., 
T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Harding, Kenton, Bradwardine, 
Decker, Cardale and Pettapiece. 

POST, weekly; E. T. Hardman, publisher; established 1912; 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n 



OAKVILLE, pop. 300, District of Macdonald, on the C. N. Ry., 40 
miles W. of Winnipeg, 22 miles E. of Portage la Prairie; Tel., T., 
Ex. Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : High Bluff, Pop- 
lar Point, Newton, Fortier and Willow Range. 

STANDARD, weekly; W. G. Pickell, publisher; established 
1917; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ,'/ 

Also publishes Portage la Prairie Langruth Herald. 
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PILOT MOUND, pop. 550, District of Lisgar, on the Pembina 
section of the C. P. R., 125 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 77 miles E. of 
Deloraine ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming' 
and* stock raising. The village contains four churches, a public 
school, four grain elevators, two large entertainment halls and 
skating and curling rink. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Clear Water, Snowflake, Mariapolis, 
Wood Bay, Purves, Mowbray, Glenora and Mather. 

SENTINEL, weekly ; Ronald W. Tuckwell, publisher; established 
1885; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., i<)/4 inches. Circ'n 



PLUMAS, pop. 350, District of Dauphin, on C. N. Ry., 16 miles N. of 
Gladstone and 50 miles N.W. of Portage la Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. It has general 
and hardware stores, blacksmith shops, bunker yard, flour and feed 
stores, agricultural society, etc., to accommodate the large and in- 
creasing agricultural population surrounding. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Tenby, Glenella, 
Arden and Ogilvie. 

STANDARD, weekly; W. H. King, editor and publisher; 
established 1905; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n } 



PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, pop. 5,000, District of Portage La 
Prairie, 56 miles due west of Winnipeg, on the main lines of the 
the C. P. R., Can. Nat. Ry., the G. T. P. Ry. and the Gt. Nor. Ry., 
all transcontinental systems ; divisional point for Can. Nat. Ry. and 
Gt. Nor. Ry. (Midland Branch) ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour mills of 1,500 barrels daily capacity, oatmeal mills, 
foundry and machine works, wire fence factories, brick yards with 
annual output of 15,000,000, sash and door factories, cigar factory, 
confectionery factory, farming and stock raising. The town con- 
tains the court house and jail, Provincial Reformatory for boys, 
Provincial Home for Incurables, lands title office, customs office, 
Indian Agency and armoury. It has electric light, waterworks and 
sewerage system and gas plant. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Oakland, Burnside, Westbourne, 
Macdonald, High Bluff, Poplar Point, Bagot and Austin. 

GRAPHIC, every evening except Sunday ; The Graphic-Liberal 
Printing Co., publishers ; established 1897; independent-liberal ; sub- 
scription $2.50; six to eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

WEEKLY (Manitoba Liberal} ; established 1880 ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; six to eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

LANGRUTH HERALD, weekly; W. G. Pickell, publisher; 
established 1914; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
to ten pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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RAPID CITY, pop. 600, District of Marquette, on the Little 
Saskatchewan River, C.P. R. and C. N.R., 146 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
20 miles N. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
farming 1 and flour mills. The town is in the centre of a rich mixed 
farming district, and contains five churches, a public school and 
four large elevators with a capacity of 140,000 bushels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Basswood, 
Newdale, Cadurcis, Moline, Totonka and Pettapiece. 

REPORTER, weekly; Cooper Stone, publisher; established 
1890 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n 

RESTON, pop. 600, District of Brandon, on the C.P.R., 189 miles 
W. of Winnipeg, 15 miles from the Saskatchewan boundary ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing, cattle and 
hog raising. Surrounding to <vns and. villages where no papers are 
published : Sinclair, Bardal, Findlay, Arthur, Broomhill, Tilston 
and Ewart. 

RECORDER, weekly; F. Manning, publisher ; established 1905 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n 



RIVERS, pop. 950, District of Brandon, on the G.T.P., 88 miles W. 
of Portage la Prairie, arid 18 miles N.W. of Brandon; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Bradwardine, Pettapiece, Knox 
and Elton. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Thos. W. Offen, publisher; established 
1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 

ROBLIN, pop. 500, District of Marquette, on the C.N.R., 215 miles 
\.\Y. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex. , Bank. Chief Jndustry : farming. 
The town contains church, skating and curling rink, four elevators 
and fire hall. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Makaroff, Deepdale, Shevlin, Togo, Tumbell and Castleavery. 

REVIEW, weekly; H. J. Bowley, publisher; established 1912; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n 

One section of paper is headed Togo .Yens. 

ROLAND, pop. 600, District of Macdonald, on G. N. R. and Morris 
and Brandon branch of Can. Nat. and Midland Rys., 67 miles S.W. 
of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and 
stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Pomeroy, Lowe Farm, Myrtle, Sperling, Rosebank, 
Plum Coulee and Wlnkler. 

NEWS, weekly ; H. G. Franklin publisher ; established 1898; 

ependent ; Thursda 
^ inches. 

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19^ inches. Circ'n 



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RUSSELL, pop. 800, District of Marquette, terminus of the Shell 
River branch of the C. P. R. and Russell branch of the C. N. R. , 
220 miles N. W. ot Winnipeg-, and about 10 miles from the 
Saskatchewan boundary line ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
ranching, farming- and lumbering. The town contains besides its 
stores, etc., two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Shellmouth, Asessippi, Minniska, Millwood, 
Ang-usville, McNorth and Calder. 

BANNER, weekly; Joseph Mclntyre, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
5 col., 1 8 inches. Circ'n 3 



ST. BONIFACE, pop. 11,403, District of Provencher, on the Red 
River, immediately opposite Winnipeg, on the Emerson branch 01 
the C. P. R., G. T. P. and C. N. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. An 
iron traffic and passenger bridge gives access to Winnipeg. Chier 
Industries : flour, sash and door and saw mills, cut stone, paint, 
glass, sheet metal, ornamental iron works, malting 1 , abattoirs, 
meat packing- plants, glue factories and other industries, in- 
cidental to the live stock trade. Lumbering, farming and fur 
trading- are also carried on extensively. The rapid growth of the live 
stock industry in the Prairie Provinces, all of which stock must pass 
through Winnipeg en route to Eastern Canada and the foreign 
markets, will, it is expected, develop the larg-est stock market in 
Canada, and in a few years will equal those of such places in the 
United States as Chicago, Omaha, Kansas City, etc. The city con- 
tains Union Stock Yards accessible to all railroads, Roman Catholic 
churches, schools, convent, Roman Catholic hospital and colleg-e, 
also the Roman Catholic Bishop's residence and an orphanage. 
It has water works, electricity and fire department. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Springfield, Bird's Hill, 
Parkdale, St. Andrews and St. Norbert. 

NORWOOD PRESS AND ST. BONIFACE ECHO, weekly; 
J. C. Dunbar and A. M. Davidson, publishers; established 1904; 
independent; Friday ; four pages, 5 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

LE MANITOBA, French, weekly; Ant. Gauvin, publisher; 
established 1872; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 21 1^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

LES CLOCHES, French, semi-monthly; 1'Abbe Lamy, pub- 
lisher; established 902 ; religious, Catholic; ist and 1 5th of month; 
subscription $1.00 ; twenty pages, 2 col., 14 inches. 

L'AMI DU FOYER, French, monthly; La R. P. Gladu, O.M.I., 
publisher; established 1904; religious, Catholic; 26th of month; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, 3 col., io}4 inches. Circ'n 8 

ST. JAMES, a suburb of Winnipeg. 

LEADER, weekly; Murphy Bros., publishers; established 1913 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17% inches. Circ'n i% 

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SELKIRK, pop. 3,400, District of Selkirk, on the West bank of the 
Rod River, ami tin- s< Ikirk branch of the C. P. R. and terminus of 
\V. S. & L. \V. Ry. , at the head of deep water navigation, 24 miles 
X. E. of Winnipeg' ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw 
and planing mills, lumbering, boat-building, fishing and farming. 
This is the Port for Lake Winnipeg and the greater part of the 
traffic of the Lake and Hudson Bay country is transshipped here. 
About two and one half million pounds of white fish and half a million 
pounds of other lake fish are handled here annually, also valuable 
timber products. The town contains six churches, high and public 
schools, town hall, opera house, free library, three hotels, hospital 
for insane, fish hatchery, stores, etc. The surrounding district is 
good farming .land. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Tyndall, St. Andrews, Norway House, 
Grand Rapids, Monmouth, Clandeboye, Mapleton and Fort Alex- 
ander. 

RECORD, weekly; Robt. W. Stewart, editor and publisher; 
established 1885; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n 

SHOAL LAKE, pop. 700, District of Marquette, on C. P. R., 171 
miles N. W. of Winnipeg, 60 miles N. W. of Brandon and 1 15 miles 
N. W. of Portage la Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
cattle raising and mixed firming. The town contains, besides its 
stores, six elevators and several warehouses, creamery, five 
churches, five schools, two hotels and town hall. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Strathclair, Newdale, 
Basswood, Kelloe, Solsgirth, Oakburn and Rossburn. 

STAR, weekly; W. Stone, publisher; established 1898; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n 

SOMERSET, pop. 450, District of Macdonald, on the C. N. R. 
Carman-Hartney branch, 87 miles S. W. of Winnipeg and 70 miles 
S. E. of Brandon; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming and 
mixed farming. The town contains four churches, school, creamery, 
two ^elevators and brick yard. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Swan Lake, Leary's, Indian Springs, 
Mariapolis, Xorquay, Altamont, St. Leon, Cardinal and Bruxelles. 

SOMERSET NEWS AND SWAN LAKE ECHO, weekly; 
Bassett Langridge, publisher; established 1915; independent; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

SOURIS, pop. 2,000, District of Brandon, on Souris River and Souris 
and S. W. branches of the C. P. R., 150 miles W. of Winnipeg and 
25 miles S.W. of Brandon ; Tel., T\, Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
farming, furniture factory, creamery, foundry and brick yard. The 
town contains, besides its stores, etc. , three hotels, a large high school, 
a collegiate institute, four churches and several grain elevators with 
a total capacity of 180,000 bushels. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Menteith Junction, Beresford, Carrol, 
Bunclody, Menteith and Kemnay. 

PLAINDEALER, weekly; G. A. McMorran, publisher; 
i-stablished 1896: independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^" inches. . Circ'n i# 

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STEIN BACH, pop. 500, District of Provencher, 8 miles, S. W. of 
Giroux, 32 miles S. E. ot Winnipeg-; Tel., T. Chief Industries: 
grain growing-, and dairying-. The town contains besides its stores, 
etc., two schools, and three churches. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Ste. Anne, Giroux and 
LaBroquerie. 

STEIN BACH POST, weekly ; Jacob S. Friesen, publisher; 
established 1912; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

STONEWALL, pop. 1,100, District of Selkirk, on the Stonewall 
Section of the C. P. R., 20 miles N. W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, grist mills, baking powder 
factory, planing mill, stone quarries and lime kilns. The town 
contains four churches, fine new high school and two public schools. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Erinview, Balmoral, Wavy Bank, Rosser, Stony Mountain, Strathewen 
and Teulon. 

ARGUS, weekly; Stratton & Saundry, publishers; established 
1893 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 
col., 22 inches. Circ'n V 

STRATHGLAIR, pop. 300, District of Marquette, on the Yorkton 
division of the C.P. R., 107 miles N.W. of Portage la Prairie, 45 miles 
N.W. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing 
and stock raising. The town has three churches, large consolidated 
school, one hotel, five grain elevators and stock yards. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Elphinstone, 
Marney and Newdale. 

PLAIN TALK, weekly ; W. G. Lockhart, publisher ; established 
1910; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col. , 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

SWAN RIVER, pop. 635, District of Dauphin, on the Swan River 
and Can. Nat. Ry., about 14 miles from the boundary line of 
Saskatchewan, 300 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, and 115 miles N. of 
Birtle ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : farming. Surrotinding 
villlages where no papers are published : Bowsman, Durban, 
Benito, Minitonas and Kenville. 

STAR, weekly ; A. S. Weir, publisher ; established 1900 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

THE PAS, pop. 2,500, District of Dauphin, on the C. N. R. and 
H. B. R., 400 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 285 miles N.E. of Saskatoon ; 
Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, fishing, mining and 
fur trading. Tri-weekly steamboat connection, during season, with 
Cumberland House. The Pas has modern municipal utilities, such 
as electric lights, sewers and waterworks. It is the centre and base 
for Beaver Lake and Herb Lake gold fields. Fur from Hudson Bay 
and the Hinterland is marketed and sold here. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Hudson Bay Junc- 
tion, Cumberland House and Port Nelson. 

HERALD AND MINING NEWS, weekly ; G. E. Rice, 
publisher ; established 191 1 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i % 

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TRANSCONA, pop. 3,000, District of IVovencher, on UK- C. P. R., 
C.. T. P., and C. N. R..(- inilt-s K. of 'Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries: d. T. I', shops, t;ir, chemical and cartridge works 
and fanning. The C'. I 1 . R. have large }'ards here. The town has 
three schools, four churches, two elevators, electric light and sewage 
systems. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Oakbank, Dugald, Springfield, Bird's Hill, Cloverleaf and Suthwyn. 

TIMES, weekly; ]. and N. S. McLean, publishers; established 
1911; independent! Friday; subscription $1.00; four to twelve pages, 

(> col.. 1 1) l -2 inches. 

TREHERNE, pop. 7^0, District of Macdonald, on the Winnipeg-Souris 
branch of C. P.R., 77 miles S.W. of Winnipeg ; Tel.,T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : machine shops, grist mills, flour mills, stock 
raising and farming. The town contains, besides its stores, etc., 
five churches, two hotels, four grain elevators with total capacity of 
160,000 bushels, and good public and high schools. It is lighted by 
electricity and has concrete side-walks. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Lavenham, Rossendale, Ladysmith, 
!S ? otre Dame de Lourdes, Pratt, Rathwell, St. Claude, Haywood 
and Cardinal. 

TIMES weekly; R. J. Richardson, publisher ; established 1899; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; four to eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 873* 

VIRDEN, pop. 1,750, District of Brandon, on C. N. R. and C. P. R., 
18 1 miles \V. of Winnipeg, 49 miles W. of Brandon, 48 miles S. E. of 
Moosomin ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, stock 
raising, foundry and manufacturing plants. The town contains four 
churches, public, high and collegiate schools and six elevators, with 
a capacity of 200,000 bushels. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Hargrave, Harmsworth, Woodworth, 
Routledge, Hillview and Lenore. 

EMPIRE - ADVANCE, weekly; Empire Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1885 ; independent ; Tuesday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four to ten pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

NA/ASKADA, pop. 600, District of Souris, on Deloraine to Lytleton 
spur of Pembina section of C.P.R., 220 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 
50 miles S. of Virden, 80 miles S.W. of Brandon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry: farming. The town contains three churches, school, 
municipal buildings and four grain elevators. Surrounding villages 
win-re no papers are published : Lytleton, Goodlands, Cameron, 
Medora and Coulter. 

NEWS, weekly; George and Watson, editors and publishers; 
established 1918 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
four to eight pages, 6 col., ig/4 inches. 
Also publish /)e/i>rm'ne Times. 

WAWANESA, pop. 500, District of Brandon, on Souris River and 
Morris and Brandon branch Can. Nat. Ry., 120 miles S.W. of 
Winnipeg, 25 miles S. E. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : agriculture. The village has two churches, high school, 
opera house, a hotel and flour mill. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Treesbank, Methven, \esbitt and Hilton. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; Frederick Batty, publisher and 
proprietor ; established JOX>4 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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WINNIPEG, pop. 201,981, Co. Selkirk, the capital of the province, is 
situated at the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers, 40 miles 
S. of Lake Winnipeg, 1,422 miles W. of Montreal and 1,481 miles E. 
of Vancouver ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, 
saw, planing-, grist and oatmeal mills, foundries, machine shops, 
manufactories of soap, biscuits, confectionery, clothing, pickles and 
sauces, linseed oil and quarries, abattoirs, etc. Winnipeg is the 
financial, wholesale and jobbing centre of Manitoba, Saskatchewan 
and Alberta. It has nineteen banks, with fifty-four branches. 
Bank clearings: 1907, $599,667,376; 1908, $614,111,801; 1909, 
$770,649,332; 1910, $952,415,182; 1912, $1,537,817,524; 1913, 
$1,634,977,237; 1914, $1,370,960,806; 1915, $1,560,683,124; 1916, 
$2,061,795,257 ; 1917, $2,622,924,702. The city contains 133 
churches and missions, 42 public schools, with a regis- 
tered attendance exceeding 23,000, and six parochial schools 
with 1,200 pupils, six colleges, a university, new agricultural college, 
academies, ladies' schools, the Provincial Government buildings, 
court house, gaols, chief offices of the Dominion Government in the 
west, city hall, million dollar Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel, 
$1,500,000 G. T. P. Hotel, $140,000 Carnegie Library, Industrial 
Exhibition buildings, markets, fire stations and police stations, 
water works, electric street and house lighting, gas, electric street 
railway, seven bridges, permanent and volunteer military force. 
The history of Winnipeg, with its wonderful growth and progress, 
reads like a chapter from some romance. Forty years ago it was 
but a post of the Hudson Bay Co., without churches, streets or 
railroads, and but a few years previously the Indian chased herds 
of buffalo across the prairie where the city now stands ; in 1870 its 
population was 215; 1902, 48,411; 1912, 200,000. It is now the 
railroad and business centre of the Canadian Northwest. Twenty- 
seven pairs of railway tracks radiate from it, and the C. P. R. yard 
here, with its 150 miles of sidings, is the largest in the world 
controlled by a single corporation. 10,000 railway employees reside 
in the city. It is in the famous Red River Valley, and surrounded 
by good farming, timber, and mining districts with extensive lake 
fisheries. The streets of the city are generally wide, the principal 
avenues being 132 feet, and many are paved with asphalt, block and 
macadam. The sidewalks are concrete, tile and plank. The city 
is spreading rapidly over a wide territory, with its wide streets and 
its detached houses. Not less than 15,287 acres have been covered 
by its 253 miles of sewers, 481 miles of paved and graded streets, 
145 miles of which are boulevarded, and 526 miles of sidewalks. 
Approximately 280 miles of water mains have been laid down since 
the city's incorporation about 35 years ago. Winnipeg's assessment 
returns tell the story of progress in 1900 the figures were 
$25,077,400; 1902, $28,615,810; 1905, $62,727,630; 1906, $80,511,727; 
1909, $131,402,800 ; 1916, $323,490,280, and in 1917, $253,667,790. 
The grain business of the Canadian West centres in Winnipeg, and 
for the year 1916 the amount of wheat export exceeded 247,000,000 
bushels. It is the biggest grain market in the world with one 
exception. This is evidence enough of the nature of the soil 
tributary to Winnipeg. In addition to agriculture a considerable 
fishing business is done in the large Northern lakes, and timber and 
mining enterprises abound on their shores. Winnipeg city owns 
and operates its own asphalt paving plant, its own quarry, public 
lighting, water works, including high pressure system for fire 
protection costing $950,000, and fire alarm plants. Winnipeg is 
fast becoming an important manufacturing centre the output of 
local factories in 1917 was estimated at $90,000,000. Winnipeg has 
decided to encourage manufacturers by affording cheap power. 
A power plant has been erected on the Winnipeg River where a 
total of 60,000 h.p. can be developed. 

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FREE PRESS, (evening edition, l-'rre I'ress Evening Bulletin), 
every morning' and evening except Sunday ; Manitoba Free Press 
Co., Ltd., publishers, K. \\. Macklin, General Manager; established 
1874 ; liberal ; subscription morning $7.00, evening $6.00 ; twelve to 
fifty-four pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 79,411*f 

Ath-t. /'in- the xix months ending September joth, fylff, the total circulation of the 
Daily />< Press ivas <S'/,9^-, and exceeded that of the other tivo Winnipeg papers 
combined by over u,(xx> copies. Its city and suburban circulation ivas also greater 
than the total city circulation of its ttvo contemporaries. Th,- morning edition in 
I he only morning 'paper published in the Province and reaches all important centres 
in the Province the same day. .\o inducements, save the merit of both publications, 
are employed to hold or secure readers. See Advt. Pages 34 andjf. 



FREE PRESS PRAIRIE FARMER, (weekly edition of 
Free Press), established 1872; agricultural; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; forty to forty-eight pages, 5 col., 17 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 32,6O4*f 
See Advt. Pages 34 and 35. 

GRAIN TRADE NEWS AND LIVE STOCK JOURNAL, 

every evening except Sunday ; Grain Trade Press, publishers, 
Dawson Richardson, president ; established 1915 ; agricultural- 
commercial ; subscription $3.00 ; six pages, 6 col., 20% 
inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 106. 



TELEGRAM, every evening except Sunday ; Telegram Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, J. W. Miller, business manager; established 
1894; conservative ; subscription $7.80 delivered, $6.00 by mail ; 
fourteen to fifty-six pages, 8 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 37^ f 

WEEKLY, (Farmers' Telegram and family Magazine); 
established 1894; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen to 
twenty-four pages, 8 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 139. 



TRIBUNE, every evening except Sunday; Tribune Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, R. L. Richardson, managing-director; 
established 1880 ; independent ; subscription $6.00 by mail, $7.80 in 
city ; twelve to thirty pages, 8 col., 2\ l /z inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 1 2 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 36,639* f 

WEEKLY, (The Farmers' Weekly Tribune}; established 1890; 
Wednesday; subscription $1.00; twelve to twenty-four pages, 
7 col., 21 YZ inches. Circ'n 16 




ISRAELITE PRESS, Jewish ; semi-weekly; Israelite Press, 
Limited, publishers; established 1915; independent; Monday and 
Friday; subscription $3.00; six pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

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DUN'S NOTIFICATION SHEET AND MANITOBA 
RECORD, weekly; R. G. Dun & Co., publishers; legal and com- 
mercial; Thursday; free to Mercantile Agency subscribers; four 
pages, 3 wide col., 19^ inches. 

FARMERS' ADVOCATE AND HOME JOURNAL, weekly; 
Farmers' Advocate of Winnipeg, Ltd., publishers ; established 1866 ; 
agricultural ; Wednesday ; last forms close Thursday preceding ; 
subscription $1.50; twenty-eight to fifty-two pages, 4 col., 12^ 
inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 33, 6O3*i 

GRAIN GROWERS' GUIDE, weekly ; Grain Growers 
Guide, Ltd., publishers, G. F. Chipman, editor and manager; estab- 
lished 1908 ; agricultural ; Wednesday ; last forms close Tues- ' 
day noon of week previsus; subscription $1.50; fortv-two pages, 
4 col., 13 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 191$, 39, 494* T 

MANITOBA GAZETTE, weekly; Provincial Government, 
publishers, Philip Purcell, King's Printer; established 1871 ; official ; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.40 ; about twenty-four pages, i wide col., 
7^ inches. 

M I RROR, weekly ; Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
record paper of Winnipeg Newspaper Union List ; Saturday ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

See Winnipeg Newspaper Union List. 

NORTH ENDER, weekly; Winnipeg Printing and Engraving 
Co., Limited, publishers ; established 1902 ; independent, local ; 
Thursday; free distribution; four to eight pages, 7 col., 21 % inches. 

Circ'n 7 
(Free) 

NORTH - WEST REVIEW, weekly ; West Canada Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1885 ; independent ; Saturday; 
subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2oj^ inches. Circ'n 9^ 

Also publish Gazeta Katolicka and La Liberte. 

Advt. The field covered by the West Canada Publishing Co., embraces three 
different languages English (North-West Re-vieiv); French (La Liberti); and 
Polish (Gazeta Katoltka). No advertising campaign can be complete unless the 
use of these papers is provided 'for. The Catholic people comprise fully 25% of 
Western Canada s purchasing public and are amongst the most thrifty and pros- 
perous of her citizens. See Advt. Page 119. 

WESTERN LABOR NEWS, weekly; Trades and Labor 
Council, publishers; established 1918; labor; Friday; last forms 
close Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

WESTERN STAR, weekly; Western Star Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1918; independent; Friday; subscription 
$2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 20^ inches. 

WINNIPEG NEWSPAPER UNION LIST, a list of about 
260 country weeklies ; Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
Head Office, Toronto, Ont. ; branches : Winnipeg, Regina and 
Montreal ; inside pages are printed in Regina and the balance by 
each individual paper. Circ'n 180 

Ad-vt. The home weekly, containing all the local news, is the paper people in the 
country and small towns read most thoroughly. The Winnipeg Newspaper Union 
List comprises nearly 260 local weeklies, covering thoroughly Western Ontario 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. See Ad-vt. Page 141. 

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LA LIBERTE, Fivnch, weekly ; West Canada Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1913 ; independent ; Tuesday ; 
subscription $2.00; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 6 ' 4 

Also publish Northwest Rcvi*W t and (iazeta Katolicka. 

See Advt. Page up. 

CANADA NEWS (SYKNSKA CANADA - TIDNINGEN) 

Sueilish, weekly ; Canada Weekly Printing Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1893 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pa t^es, 7 col., 21%' inches. 

Sworn Circ'n average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,223 

Also publish Xorrona. 

See Advt. Page 73. 

CANADA POSTEN, Swedish, weekly ; Swedish Canadian 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1904 ; independent- 
liberal; Tuesday; last forms close Monday, 4 p.m.; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21%* inches. .Circ'n 2% 

CANADIAN FARMER, Polish, weekly; The Can. North 
West Pub. Co., Limited, publishers, A. Dojacek, manager; estab- 
lished 1900; liberal; Friday; last forms close Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 21%* inches. Circ'n 10^4 

Also publish Czas (Polish Times). 

CANADIAN RUTHENIAN, Ukrainian, weekly; Canadian 
Ukrainian Publishing Co., fetd. , publishers ; established 1912 ; 
religious, Greek Catholic ; Wednesday ; last forms close noon of 
Wednesday previous ; subscription $2.00; ten pages, 7 col., 20^ 
inches. Circ'n 7^ 

CZAS, (Polish Times), Polish, weekly; The Can. North West 
Pub. Co., Limited, publishers, A. Dojacek, manag-er; established 
1915; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 3 

Also publishes Canadian Farmer. 

GAZETA KATOLICKA, Polish, weekly ; West Canada 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; 
Tuesday ; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ 
inches. Circ'n 8> 

Also publish Xorthii'est Review and La Liberte. 

See Advt. Page 119. 

HEIMSKRINGLA, Icelandic, weekly ; Viking Press, Ltd., 
publishers; established 1886; unionist; Wednesday; l as * forms 
close Monday night; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 101. 

LOGBERG, Icelandic, weekly ; Columbia Press, Limited, 
publishers; established 1888; unionist; Thursday; last forms close 
Wednesday noon; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 7 col., 2i> inches. 

Circ'n 3^ 

NORDWESTEN, German, weekly; The Northwestern Pub. 
Co., Limited, publishers ; established 1889 ; independent ; Tuesday ; 
subscription $2.00; sixteen pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

See Advt. Page 93. Circ'n 17 

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NORRONA, Norwegian, weekly; Norwegian Canadian Publishing- 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1909; liberal; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4.QOO 
Also publish Szuedish Canada Nezus. 

See Advt. Page 73, 

RUSSKY NAROD, (Russian People], Russian; weekly ; V. 
P. Hladick, publisher ; established 1914 ; Russian interests ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n i^ 

UKRAINIAN LABOR NEWS, weekly; Winnipeg Trades & 
Labor Council, publishers; established 1919; labor; Thursday; 
subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

UKRAINIAN VOICE, English and Ukrainian, weekly; 
Ukrainian Pub. Co. of Canada, publishers ; established 1909 ; inde- 
pendent: Wednesday; subscription $2.00; sixteen pages, 6 col., 20^ 
inches. Circ'n 11^ 

VOROLD, weekly; Vorold Publishing Co. , Limited, publishers; 
established 1918; liberal; Tuesday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish So/old. 

See Advt. Page 94. 

CANADIAN FINANCE, semi-monthly; Finance Publishers, 
Ltd., publishers; established 1910; investment, trade, banking, in- 
surance and public affairs; ist and 3rd Wednesday; last forms close 
Mondays previous ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-six to forty-four 
pages, 2 and 3 col. , n inches. 

See Advt. Page 93. 

COMMERCIAL, semi-monthly; Hugh C. MacLean Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1882; commercial and financial; ist. and 
1 5th of month; last forms close 25th and loth of month ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; forty-eight pages and upwards, 2 or ,3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n 4 

Also publish Vancouver Western Lumberman, Western Canada 
Contractor and Western Canada Coal Review. 

NOR'- WEST FARMER, semi-monthly; Nor' -West Farmer, 
Ltd., publishers; established 1882; agricultural; 5th and 2oth of 
month ; last forms close ist and I5th of month; subscription $1.00 ; 
forty-eight pages and -up wards, 4 col., 12% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 38, 112* f 

WESTERN RETAIL LUMBERMEN'S ASSOCIATION 
BULLETIN, semi-monthly; Western Retail Lumbermen's Associa- 
tion, publishers ; established 1915; trade; subscription included in 
membership fee; single sheet; 14 x 8j4 inches. 

Note Advertisements changed once only in three months. 

WINNIPEG AND WESTERN GROCER, semi-monthly; 
Jackson Trade Publishing Co., publishers; established 1916; ist 
and" i5th of month ; last forms close 26th month previous and nth of 
month; subscription $2.00; fifty-six pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

See Advt. Page 130. Circ'n 3; 

SOLOLD, Icelandic; semi-monthly; The Vorold Publishing Co., 
Limited, publishers; established 1918; juvenile; ^ths-and 3oth of 
month; subscription $1.00; eight to twenty-four pages, 2 col., 
10 inches. 

Also publish Vorold. 

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BETTER BUSINESS, monthly; Canadian Credit Men's Trust 
\ssociation, publishers; established igt6; retail and wholesale 
trader; ist of month; lasi forms close 2oth of month previous; sub- 
scription $1.00; forty-eight to sixty-four pages; 3 col., 10 inches. 

.-/</;/. -"Retter /iiisinrss" is the official organ of the Wholesalers' Association. 

Its circulation is /,f ,<xw, ijjoo of which is mailed direct to the retail merchants of 

the Western Provinces, anil 1,000 to the members of our Association. It is the only 

publication that thoroughly cm'ers the retail merchants in the Western Provinces. 

',/:/. Page 7 1. 

BRITISH -AMERICAN LUMBERMAN, monthly ; Hooper 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1910 ; trade ; ist of month ; 
subscription $2.00; forty pages, 2 and 4 col., 12!^ inches. Circ'n 3 

CANADIAN BLACKSMITH AND WOODWORKER, 

monthly ; Blacksmith Publishers, Ltd., publishers ; established 1910 ; 
blacksmith and vehicle crafts; 2oth of month; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty-eight pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

CANADIAN FARM IMPLEMENTS, monthly; Canadian 
Farm Implements, Ltd. , publishers ; established 1904; implement, 
machinery and vehicle trade ; 6th of month; last forms close 25th of 
month previous; subscription $1.00; fifty-two pages, 4 col., 12 
inches. Circ'n 3^ 

CANADIAN THRESHERMAN AND FARMER, monthly; 
E. H. Heath Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1902 ; agricultural ; 
lothofmonth; last forms close 25th month previous; subscription 
.$1.00; sixty-eight pages and upwards, 4 col., 12^ inches. 

Circ'n 23^'! 

Also publish Motor in Canada. 

CREDIT MEN'S JOURNAL, monthly ; The Canadian Credit 
Men's Trust Association Ltd., publishers; established 1913; retail 
and wholesale trades and credit men's interests; ist of month ; last 
forms close 2oth month previous ; subscription $2.00 ; sixty-four 
pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Note This publication is the same as. Better Business under an- 
other heading and with additional pages to take care of credit in- 
terests. 

MANITOBAN, monthly; students of University of Manitoba, 
publishers; established 1914; college; 2nd Friday; subscription 
$1.00 ; twenty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

MOTOR IN CANADA, (formerly Motor and Sport), monthly; 
K. H. Heath Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1909 ; motoring 
and general sports; 5th of month; last forms close 3oth month previous; 
subscription $1.00; sixty pages and upwards, 2 and 3col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n 6f 
Also publish Canadian TTireshermtin and Farmer. 

VOX WESLEYANA, monthly during college year; students of 
Wesley College, publishers ; established 1896 ; literary ; subscription 
$r.oo; forty pages, \ and 2 col.. 7^ inches. 

WAGHORN'S GUIDE, monthly; The Guide Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1884 ; railway time tables and business- 
man's reference; ist of month ; last forms close lyth month pre- 
vious ; subscription $1.50 ; 160 pages, i col., 5^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 9,983* 
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WESTERN BAPTIST, monthly; Baptist Union of Western 
Canada, publishers ; established 1899 ; religious ; ist of month; last 
forms close 2jlh of month; subscription $1.00; sixteen pages; 3 col., 
n inches. Circ'n z 

WESTERN CANADA COAL REVIEW, monthly; The Hugh 
C. MacLean Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1918; coal mining 1 
and selling; last forms close 15th of month; subscription $2.00; 
fifty pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Commercial, Vancouver Western Lumberman and 
Western Canada Contractor. 

WESTERN CANADA CONTRACTOR AND BUILDERS- 
GAZETTE, monthly; Hugh C. MacLean Co., Ltd., publishers - r 
established 1903; contracting and building; yth of month; last 
forms close 25th of month; subscription $2.00; fifty-four to ninety- 
six pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Commercial, Vancouver Western Lumberman and 
Western Canada Coal Revieiv. 

WESTERN CANADA MEDICAL JOURNAL, monthly ? 
Western Canada Medical Journal Publishing Co., publishers, Dr. G. 
Osborne Hughes, editor ; established 1906 ; medical ; isth of month ; 
last forms close 25th of month; subscription $2.00; forty-eight 
pages, 7x5 inches. Circ'n }4 

WESTERN CANADA ODDFELLOW, monthly; Independent 
Order of Oddfellows, publishers; established 1906 ; fraternal ; sub- 
scription $1.50; twenty pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

WESTERN HOME MONTHLY, monthly; Home Publishing 
Co., publishers ; established 1899 ; literary and household ; ist. of 
month; last forms close 24th month previous; subscription $1.00; 
fifty pages and up, 4 col., 12^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 39,924 

See Advt. Page 115. 

WESTERN LUMBERMAN, monthly; Hugh C. MacLean 
Co., Ltd., 910-911 Electric Chambers, Winnipeg, publishers. See 
Vancouver. 

Also publish Commercial, Western Canada Contractor and // 'rut- 
em Canada Coal Revieiv. 

WESTERN MUNICIPAL NEWS, monthly; The Willson 
Stationery Co., Limited, publishers ; established 1906 ; municipal 
interests ; 5th of month ; last forms close i5th of month ; subscription 
$1.00 ; twenty-eight pages, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,OOO 

WESTERN SCHOOL JOURNAL, monthly; Western School 
Journal Co., publishers; established 1905; educational; subscription 
$1.00; fifty-two pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 2)^ 

ZENITH, monthly ; Marshall -Wells Co., publishers ; established 
1902 ; house organ, hardware trade ; last forms close 5th of month ; 
free distribution ; one hundred and sixteen pages, i or 2 col., 
7 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,531^f 
SAMEININGIN, Icelandic, monthly ; Lutheran Synod of North 
America, publishers; established 1885; Lutheran; last forms close 
25th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, i col., 9 inches. 

UKRAINA, Ukrainian, monthly; The Ukraina Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1917; independent; 25th of previous month; 
subscription $3.00 ; one hundred to one hundred and eight pages, 
2 col., 7 inches. 

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PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN 



Saskatchewan occupies the central part of the great alluvial plain of 
the Canadian Northwest, the most fertile wheat field in the world. 
It extends from Manitoba 375 miles west to Alberta, and from the United 
States Boundary Line, 49 N. Latitude, 740 miles north to 60 N. Latitude. 
Its area is 250,650 square miles, or 161,088,000 acres, of which 27,000 
square miles is water. The population at the last census, 1911, was 492,431 
an increase of 400,000 between 1901 and 1911 and the estimated 
population in 1915 was 700,000, 80 per cent, engaged in agriculture. 

Saskatchewan has the largest continuous area in the world suitable for 
growing 1 the famous hard spring wheat. At least 50,000,000 acres of its 
land are capable of raising an average of 20 bushels to the acre, most of it 
No. i .Northern. There are 86,000 square miles of land suitable for grain 
growing, 32,000 square miles more that only need irrigation to fit them 
for raising wheat, and over 100,000 square miles suited for ranching and 
mixed farming'. As vet only about 15 per cent, has been brought under 
cultivation. 

The chief business of the province is wheat growing. The average 
six-year wheat yield for the Province of Saskatchewan exceeds that of the 
United States by two bushels per acre, the production of the former being 
18 bushels per acre, as against 16 for the United States, while the best 
bushel of wheat exhibited at the International Dry Farming Congress in 
1914 was grown at Rostheni, Saskatchewan. Over ten million acres is 
now producing grain of all kinds at the rate of about 250 million bushels 
a year. Crops represent a return of nearly two hundred dollars per annum 
for every man, woman and child in the province. 

The most recent estimate of the live stock in Saskatchewan, June, 1916, 
was : 646,633 horses ; milch cows, 218,230 ; other cattle, 556,710. 

Saskatchewan's coal resources are estimated at 59,812,000,000 long 
tons, contained within 4,000 square miles of coal areas. The annual 
production is about 250,000 tons. 

Timber is found in some sections, generally nlong the banks of 
streams, lakes and rivers. The annual output of lumber mills and sash 
and door factories is valued at $10,000,000. 

Saskatchewan is one of the most prolific fur-bearing provinces 
yielding annually furs valued at nearly $1,000,000. 

In railway mileage Saskatchewan is second only to Ontario among 
the provinces of the Dominion, with 6,101 miles. The Canadian Pacific, 
Canadian National, Grand Trunk Pacific and Great Northern Railways 
have recently extended their lines, and the whole province is now well 
supplied with means of transportation. Towns and villages are springing 
up quickly along the railways. Banking facilities are provided by over 
four hundred branches of most of the chartered banks of Canada. The 
province has a Government owned and operated telephone system, with 
4,000 pole mileage, connecting with 300 centres, 17,000 local and 8,000 
rural subscribers. Saskatchewan has 3,787 schools ; 4,871 teachers, 23 
school inspectors and 5 inspectors of school districts ; with an attendance 
of 1 1 1,059 scholars. The University of Saskatchewan has an enrollment of 
over 400. The climate, although rather severe in winter, is more moderate 
than that of Manitoba, and is delightful in summer, the long, sunny days 
being admirably suited for maturing 1 the wheat rapidly. The province 
is governed by a Lieutenant -Governor, an Executive Council and a 
Legislative Assembly of 54 members. Capital Regina. 

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ABERDEEN, pop. 250, District of Saskatoon, on the C.N.R., 24 
miles N.E. of Saskatoon and 70 miles S.W. of Prince Albert; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming-. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Clarkboro, Vonda, Warman and 
Howell. 

TIMES, weekly; W. H. Cross, publisher; established 1911; in- 
dependent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n ] 



ADMIRAL, pop. 250, District of Moose Jaw, on the C.P.R., 162 miles 
S.W. of Moose Jaw, 30 miles S. of Swift Current and 215 miles E. of 
Lethbridge ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank; Chief Industry: farming. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Gou- 
verneur, Crichton, Frenchville, Harrisland, Roche Plains, Scots- 
guard and Instow. ' - 

DREADIMAUGHT, weekly; Geo. M. Wilson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1918; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 



A LAME DA, pop. 450, District of Assiniboia, on Kemnay to Estevan 
section on West Div. C. P. R., 130 miles S.E. of Regina, 40 miles W. 
of Manitoba boundary line, and 10 miles N. of N. Dakota boundary 
line, 32 miles E. of Estevan ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
wheat and stock raising. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Hirsch, Cateville, Frobisher, Northgate, Steelman, 
Lampman, Douglaston and Glen Ewen. 

DISPATCH, weekly ; S. J. Dornan, publisher ; established 1900 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n 



ALLAN, pop. 300, District of Saskatoon, on the G.T.P., 33 miles 
S. E. of Saskatoon, 264 E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. The town contains two churches, three 
elevators, stockyards and a city hall. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Bradwell, Clavit, Zelma 
and Colonsay. 

TRIBUNE, weekly ; A. A. Fraser, publisher ; established 1909; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n * 



ALSASK, pop. 700, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. N. R., 168 miles 
S. W. of Saskatoon, 175 miles E. of Calgary, within a mile of the 
Alberta boundary line ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 
The town contains two churches, school, elevators and public hall. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Marengo and Sibbald. 

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NEWS, weekly ; A. G. Holmes, publisher; established 1911 ; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; six to eight pags, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n J* 

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ANEROID, pop. 275, District of Moose Jaw, on C. P. R., 55 miles 
S.E. of Swift Current, 100 miles S.W. of Moose Jaw ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and ranching'. The first consolidated 
school in Saskatchewan was established here. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Hazenmore and \Vallard. 

MAGNET, weekly ; J. V. Comstock, publisher ; established 
1914 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; ten pages, 

5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n 

ARCOLA, pop. 800, District of Assiniboia, on the Souris-Regina 
branch of C.P. R., 113 miles S.E. of Regina, 48 miles W. of Mani- 
toba boundary line, 27 miles N. of Alameda; Tel., T., Ex., Bnnks. 
Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching, planing and flour mills 
and brickyard. The town has, besides its stores and residences, 
three churches, public and high schools, town hall and new court 
house. It is the centre of a large and growing agricultural district 
and a divisional point on the C.P.R. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Kisbey, Coteau, Percy, 
Hildebrand and Dennington. 

MOOSE MOUNTAIN STAR, weekly; H. J. Darrach, pub- 
lisher; established 1901; independent-liberal; Friday; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. 

ASQUITH, pop. 350, District of Battleford, on the C.P.R. and 
G.T. P., 25 miles W. of Sasktaoon and 72 miles S.E. of Battleford. 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: grain farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Hawoods, 
Hurdman Lodge; Dunfermline, Arelee, Juniata and Rhylo. 

EMPIRE, weekly; F. G. Meeker, publisher; established 1910; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col. , 20 
inches. Circ'n l 

ASSINIBOIA, pop. 500, District of Moose Jaw, on 'the C. P. R., 410 
miles \V. of Winnipeg, 79 miles S. of Moose Jaw ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Valor, Davyroyd 
and Limerick. 

TIMES, weekly; W. W. Stewart, publisher; established 1912 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 

6 col., 19*4 inches. Circ'n 



AVON LEA, pop. 300, District of Regina, on C. N. R., ,vj miles S.E. 
of Moose Jaw, 35 miles S.W. of Regina; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry: 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Bayard, Hearne and Claybank. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; S. A. Cliffe, publisher; established 1912; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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BALCARRES, pop. 350, District of Saltcoats, on the C. P.R. and 
G. T. P., 50 miles N. E. of Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chiet 
Industries : farming- and machine shop. The town contains three 
churches, school, public library, garage, hotel and a number of 
fraternal lodges, besides general stores. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Lebret, Abernethy, Fort 
Qu'Appelle, Kelliher, Chickney, Lorlie, Gillespie, Lipton, Patrick 
and Pichet. 

WESTERN MONITOR, weekly; W. B. A. Brandt, publisher ; 
established 1918; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

BATTLEFORD, pop. 1,200, District of Battleford, on the North 
Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers, C. N. R. and G. T. P., 108 miles 
S. W. of Prince Albert, 88 miles N. W. of Saskatoon, 280 miles S. E. 
of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour and 
grist mills, iron works, stock raising and farming. The town 
contains four churches, one high and two public schools, 
court house, Dominion land office, Indian school, hospital for 
insane, Academy of Seventh Day Adventists of Saskatchewan, 
R. N. W. M. P. barracks, headquarters of "C" division, and grain 
elevator. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ruddell, Denholm, Brada, Bresaylor, Paynton and 
Delmas. 

PRESS, weekly ; Smith and Finch, publishers ; established 1906; 
independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19!^ inches. Circ'n 

SASKATCHEWAN HERALD, weekly; Estate of P. G. 
Laurie, publishers ; established 1878 ; unionist ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n 

BENGOUGH, pop. 370, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. N. R., 
90 miles S. of Moose Jaw and 27 miles from U. S. boundary ; 
Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, ranching and coal 
mining. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Horizon, Glasnevin, Ceylon, Hardy, Roe, Richie and Una. 

NEWS, 

independent 
22 inches. 



surrounding villages wnere no papers are puonsnea : 
Glasnevin, Ceylon, Hardy, Roe, Richie and Una. 

>, weekly: J. A. Frawley, publisher; established 1913 
;nt ; Friday ; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 6 col., 

Circ'n 



BENSON, pop. 100, District of Assiniboia, on the G. T. P. Rly., 
15 miles N. of Estevan and 108 miles S. E. of Regina; Tel., Ex. 
Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Viewfield, Browning, Cullen, Bryant, 
Roseview and Kingsford. 

N EWS, weekly; published in Lampman, as part of Lam-pman 
Enterprise. 

BIGGAR, pop. 315, District of Battleford, on the G. T. P. Ry., 55 
miles W. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry: grain grovving. 
A new town supplying a good farming district. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Neola, Palo, Oban and Vance. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; H. C. Skinner, publisher; established 
1910; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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BIRCH HILLS, pop. 300, District of Prince Albert, on C. N. R., 
25 miles S. E. of Prince Albert ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
flour mill, Government creamery and mixed farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Weldon, St. 
Louis, Crystal Springs, Fenton, Brancepeth and Winton. 

GAZETTE, weekly; C. Harry Ash, publisher; established 1914; 
independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n %. 

BORDEN, pop. 250, District of North Battleford, on the Sask- 
atchewan River and main line of the C. N. R., 40 miles N. W. of 
Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and 
machine shop. Borden is the centre of a very prosperous farming 
community. It has a large municipal building, a public bath, school 
and churches. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Ceepee and Langham. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson; publisher; established 
1918; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 

5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n # 
Published at Radisson by Radisson News, which also publishes 

Radisson News, Hafford News, Fielding Standard, Speers News and 
Maymont Star. 

See Advt. Page 114. 

BREDENBURY, pop. 350, District of Saltcoats, on the C. P. R., 
27 miles S. E. of Yorkton, 120 miles N. E. of Regina : Tel.,T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing and cattle raising. The 
town has three churches, school, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Churchbridge, Marchwell, 
Atwater and Varbo. 

SUN, weekly; Cockburn, Son and Co., publishers; established 
1916; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ]^ 
Also publish Binscarth Express and Foxuuarren News. 

BROAD V IEW, pop. 800, District of Qu'Appelle, a divisional point 
on main line C. P. R., 90 miles E. of Regina, 100 miles W. of Bran- 
don ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming and brick 
works. The town contains six churches, public school and 
electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Oakshela, Ohlen, Percival, Forest Farm, 
Hillesden, Bender, Kipling and Kennedy. 

EXPRESS, weekly; G. V. Hawkes, publisher; established 
1905; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

BROCK, pop. 350, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. N. R., 107 miles 
S.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming 
and coal mining. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Notherhill, D'Arcy, Eston, Plato, Richlea and Fiske. 

NEWS, weekly; Lee Bronson, publisher: established 1911 ; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four to eight pages; 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % 

Also publish Liberty Press and Crat'k .Vfzvs. 

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CABRI, pop. 800, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 47 miles N. 
of Swift Current ; Tel., T. , Banks. Chief Industries : grain growing 
and stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Battrum, Abbey, Shackleton and Lemsford. 

CLARION, weekly; Ross and Pennie, publishers; established 
1912 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 81O 

See Advt. Page 68. 

CADILLAC, pop. 350, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 149 
S.W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Gouverneur, Crichton and Hazenmore. 

ITEM, weekly; published in La Fleche, as part of La fleche 
Advocate, and included in rating. 

CANORA, pop. 500, District of Mackenzie on C.N.R. andG.T.P., 
303 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 190 miles S.E. of Saskatoon; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, government creamery, flour 
and grist mills, machine shop, planing mill and two lumber yards. 
The town contains five churches, public school, two hotels, hospital, 
six elevators, water works and electric light plant. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Mikado, Tetlock, 
Devil's Lake, Tiny, Sturgis, Buchanan, Margo, Invermay and 
Stenen. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; A. G. Graham, publisher ; established 
1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7col., 
22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

CARLYLE, pop. 500, District of Assiniboia, on Souris-Regina section 
of C. P. R. and on the C. N. R., 150 miles S.E. of Regina, 130 miles 
S.W. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farm- 
ing and ranching. The town contains, besides its stores and lumber 
yards, four elevators, two churches, public school, three halls and 
masonic and other lodges. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers t are published : Wauchope, Willmar, Redvers, Antler, 
Wawota, Fairlight, Parkman and Browning. 

HERALD, weekly; Ed. Holmes, publisher; established 1903; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2i|^ 
inches. Circ'n |^ 

CARNDUFF, pop. 550, District of Assiniboia, on the Souris-Estevan 
section of C. P. R., 235 miles W. of Winnipeg, 105 miles W. of 
Brandon, 15 miles W. of the Manitoba boundary line and 12 miles 
from U.S. boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farm- 
ing. Carnduff is the centre of a great wheat producing country, 
and has five grain elevators. The town contains four churches, 
school, town hall and opera house and has a fire department. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Glen 
Ewen, Meridian, Elmore, Workman, Oakley, Audrey and Alida. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; G. E. Burt-Gerrans, publisher; established 
1899 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ n ^ 

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CENTRAL BUTTE, pop. iso, District of Moose Jaw, on the 
G.T.P. Ry., 54 miles N.W. of Moose Jaw, 89 miles N.W. of Retina ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farmings The town has a 
large rural telephone system and contains a school, church, hospital, 
fire hall, a curling and skating rink and four elevators. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Marklee, Bryce- 
ton and Horfield. 

BEACON, weekly; O. W. Juckes, publisher; established 1917; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 

20 inches. Circ'n % 
Also publishes Lazt'son Post and Maiuer Tribune. 

See Advt. Page 99. 

CONQUEST, pop. 2^0, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. N. R. and 
C. P. R., 60 miles S.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grain growing and stock raising. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Ardath, Bounty, Mil- 
den, Swanson, O'Malley and Rudy. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Thos. Gardner, publisher; establish- 
ed 1912; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CRAIK, pop. 800, District of Regina, on Prince Albert branch of 
C.N.R., 74 miles N.W. of Regina, 45 miles S.E. of Saskatoon; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: grain growing. The town 
is the centre of a splendid wheat growing district nearly 1,000,000 
bushels are -shipped from here annually. The town has large flour 
mills, churches, school, etc., and four grain elevators. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Girvin, Chamberlain and 
Aylesbury. 

NEWS, weekly; Lee Bronson, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 

21 ^ inches. Circ'n ^ 
Also publishes Liberty Press and Brock Nerus. 

CUPAR, pop. 300, District of Saltcoats, on Pheasant Hills branch 
of C. P. R., 219 miles N.W. of Brandon, 164 miles from junction at 
Kirkella, 42 miles N. E. of Regina; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industry : farming. The town contains, besides its stores, four 
churches, consolidated school, hotel, flour mill and five elevators. 
It is situated in the centre of a first-class agricultural district. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Markinch, Dalrymple, Wheatwyn, Southey, Dysart and Lipton. 

HERALD, weekly; Fred. Whiskin, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 95. 

DAVIDSON, pop. 500, District of Humboldt, on the C.N.R., 90 miles 
N. W. of Regina, 70 miles S.E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching. The town has four 
churches, two schools, hospital, town hall, fire department, five 
elevators and good water, is lighted with electric light and is 'the 
centre of a progressive district. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Smithburg, Girvin, Bladworth, 
Stalwart, Kenaston and Loreburn. 

LEADER, weekly; H. F. Garrett, publisher; established 1904; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19 '< inches. Circ'n % 

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DELISLE, pop. 600, District of Saskatoon, on C.N.R., twenty-six 
miles S.W. of Saskatoon ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : 
wheat growing-. The neighboring districts are taken up principally 
by American settlers. The town contains six elevators, good public 
school, three churches, town hall and Orange Hall. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Laura, Bird- 
view, Swanson, Tessier and Vanscoy. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. S. Taylor, publisher; established 
1908 ; independent ; Friday ; 'subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

DODSLAND, pop. 200, District of Battleford, situated at junction of 
Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Pacific Railroads, 240 miles S.E. 
of Edmonton, 105 miles S.W. of Saskatoon. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Druid, Kelfield, 
Stranraer, Ruthilda, Springwater, Argx>, Millerdale, Broadacres, 
Smiley, Dewar Lake, Hoosier and Salvador. 

PRAIRIE TIMES, weekly; The Prairie Times Publishing Co., 
publishers; H. W. Reeder, managing editor; established 1917; inde- 
pendent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; six to twelve pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 72. 

DUNDURN, pop. 275, District of Saskatoon, ontheC.N.R., 25miles 
S.E. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Indi and 
Haultain. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; J. A. Clarke, publisher; established 
1907; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. . -Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 104. 

EARL GREY, pop. 300, District of Regina, on the Pheasant 
Hills, branch of C. P. R i( 33 miles N. of Regina, 146 miles S.E. of 
Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming and 
stock raising. The town contains three churches, school, town hall, 
municipal hall, fire hall, electric light, water works and telephones. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Butterton, Marieton, Silton, Verna, Bulyea, Gibbs and Southey. 

WEEKLY EFFORT, weekly; E. P. Hodgins v publisher ; estab- 
lished 1918; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; twelve 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

See Advt. Page QQ. 

EASTEND, pop. 400, District of Moose Jaw, on Frenchman River 
and C.P.R., 35 miles S.E. of Maple Creek, 70 miles S.W. of Swift 
Current ; Bank. Chief Industries : farming and coal mining. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
South Fork, Dollard and Ravenscrag". r- 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Frank A. Briscoe, publisher; estab- 
lished 1914; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n tf 

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ELBOW, pop. 450, District of Last Mountain, on the South Saskatch- 
ewan river and C. P. R., 61 miles N. W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries: grain growing, cattle raising and dairying. 
The town contains four churches, school, four elevators and stock 
yards. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Aiktovv and Bridgeford. 

GRAPHIC, weekly; H. Tilston -Jones, publisher; established 
1910; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 

5 col., 17^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 55O 

ELROSE pop. 300, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. N. R., Elrose 
Sivtion, 125 miles S. W. of Saskatoon, 63 miles N. of Swift Current ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: wheat growing and, mixed 
farming. The town contains church, school, motion picture hall 
and one hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Greenan, Plato, Wiseton, White Bear and Tuberose. 

REVIEW, weekly; B. and A. Lester, publishers; established 
1915 ; independent ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 925 

See Advt. Page no. 

ESTERHAZY, pop. 400, District of Saltcoats, on the C. P. R., 
174 miles E. of Regina, and 24 miles from the Saskatchewan 
boundary line; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries ; wheat 
growing, stock raising, dairying and milling. The town contains two 
churches, school, rink, hotel, two garages and fire hall. Esterhazy 
is the prospective junctional point on the C. P. R. extension through 
Bredenbury and Kamsack to Hudson's Bay. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Stockholm, Tantallon, 
Dubuc, Gerald, Bangor, Atwater, Hazel Cliffe, Spy Hill and Grayson. 
OBSERVER AND PHEASANT HILLS ADVERTISER, 
weekly; A. Ford, publisher ; established 1907; independent-conser- 
vative; Thursday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 52O* 

ES T E V AN, pop. 2,300, District of Assiniboia, on Souris River and junc- 
tion of Souris branch C. P. R. and Soo line to St. Paul, and C.N.R., 140 
miles S.W. of Brandon, i44milesS. E. ofMoose Jaw, 24 miles N.W. of 
North Portal, N.D., 9 miles N. of the N. Dakota boundary line; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : -farming and ranching, plan- 
ing and flour mills, bottling works, railway roundhouse and repair 
shops, coal mining, brick and tile works. Besides its stores the 
town has seven churches, Salvation Army barracks, public schools, 
collegiate institute, public library, Dominion land office, R. X. W. M. 
Police barracks and five hotels. The town has municipally owned 
electric light and water works. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Hitchcock, Frobisher, Out ram, 
Torquay, Bienfait, Bromhead, Hirsch and Roche Perce. 

MERCURY, weekly; Donald C. Dunbar, publisher ; established 
1903; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 

6 col., 19^" inches. Circ'n : 

PROGRESS, wi-t-kly ; H. T. Halliwell, publisher; established 
1910; unionist; Thursdciy ; subscription $1.50; eight to twelve 
pages, 7 col., 21^" inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept, 30, 1918, 95O 

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ESTON, pop. 250, District of Moose Jaw, on branch of C. N. R., 161 
miles S.W. of Saskatoon. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : 
grain farming and stock raising. The town contains a hospital, 
public school, one hotel and municipal building's. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Snipe Lake, Noremac, 
Richlea, Plato, Greenan and Wartime. 

PRESS, weekly; H. J. Garner, publisher; established 1917; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

EXPANSE, pop. 450, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 
Expanse branch, 30 miles S. W. of Moose Jaw, 60 miles S. W. of 
Regina ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain growing 
and farming. The town contains church, school, hotel and dance 
hall. Expanse is near Lake Johnston which is noted for the splendid 
shooting it offers. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Dunkirk, Ardill, Mitchellton and Vantage. 

LAKE JOHNSTON STAR, weekly; Alfred Wyldman, pub- 
lisher; established 1915 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n % 

EYEBROW, pop. 500, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 
45 miles N.W. of Moose Jaw, 80 miles N. W. of Regina ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: grain growing. The town has five 
elevators with a capacity of 150,000 bushels, a good school and a 
fire brigade. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Keeler, Marquis, Bridgeford, Eskbank, Darmody and Tuxford. 

HERALD, weekly; E. Wright, publisher; established 1909; 
independent; Thursday; subscriptiont $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

FIELDING. POP 200, District of North Battleford, on the C. N. R., 
main line, 60 miles N. W 7 . of Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming and machine shop. Fielding is the market town for 
a very good farming district. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published: Sonningdale and Ruddell. 

STANDARD, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, publisher; established 
1918; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 
col., 1 8 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Published at Radisson by Radisson News, which also publishes 
Radisson News, Hafford News, Speers News, Maymont Star and Borden 
Advocate. 

See Advt. Page 114. 

FILLMORE, pop. 300, District of Assiniboia, on Souris-Regina branch 
of C.P.R., 65 miles S.E. of Regina; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Is centre 
of one of the best wheat growing districts in Saskatchewan, settled 
almost entirely by Canadians, Americans and British. Good water. 
Town has three churches, a good school, lumber yards and five grain 
elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Osage, Hume, Froude, Tyvan, Creelman and Talmage. 

PRESS, weekly; D. H. Boyd, publisher; established 1906; inde- 
pendent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col. , 
17^ inches. Ci/c'n } 

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FLEMING, pop. 250, District of Qu'Appelle, ontheC.P.R., 145 miles 
E. of Regina, 3 miles from the Manitoba boundary ; Tel., Ex. 
Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Riga, Karlswood, Kinkella and Red Jacket. 

REVIEW, weekly; published in Moosomin as apart of the World- 
Spectator. 

FORT QU'APPELLE, pop. 400, District of North Qu'Appelle, on 
Qu'Appelle River, Echo Lake and G. T. P., 50 miles N. E. of 
Regina; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. The town contains two churches, 
school and one hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Kendal, Lebret, Lipton and Dysart. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; published in Sintaluta as part of Sintaluta 
Times. 

GAINSBOROUGH, pop. 350, District or Assiniboia, on the Antler 
River and Brandon-Estevan branch of C.P. R., 67 miles E. of Este- 
van, 225 miles W. of Winnipeg and 2 miles W. of the Manitoba bound- 
ary line ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grist mill, farming 
and ranching. The town contains three churches and a public 
school. Sul-rounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Workman, Elmore and Winlaw. 

POST AND CARIEVALE NEWS, weekly ; F. E. Martin, pub- 
lisher ; established 1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ]^ 

GLIDDEN, pop. 100, District of Kindersley, on the C.N.R., 160 miles 
S. W. of Saskatoon and 90 miles N.E. of Swift Current; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. The 
town contains a church, public school, public library and a public 
hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Cornfeld, River Front, Noremac and Snipe Lake. 

STAR, weekly; Thos. S. Atkinson, publisher; established 1918 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; ejght pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n tf 

GOVAN, pop. 500, District of Humboldt, on Kirkella branch of 
C. P. R. , loo miles S.E. of Saskatoon, 70 miles N.W. of Regina ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: farming. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Lockwood, Venn and 
Duval. 

PRAIRIE NEWS, weekly ;Sam.J. Latta& Son, publishers; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

GRAVELBOURG, pop. 1,000, District of Moose Jaw, on C.N.R., 65 
milfs S.W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
grain growing and mixed farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Vanguard, Hodgeville, Moss- 
bank and Dewdrop. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Thos. Brown, publisher ; established 
1914; independent; Thursday; suhsi-ription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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GRIFFIN, pop. 150, District of Assiniboia, on the C.P. R., 80 miles 
S. E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 
Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Huntoon, Froude, Ralph and Brough. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Griffin Gazette Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1913 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 105. 

GUERNSEY, pop. 300, District of Humboldt, on C. P. R., 69 
miles E. of Saskatoon, 105 miles N. of Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing and mixed farming. The 
town contains three churches and a good school. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Drake, 
Lockwood and Esk. 

STANDARD, weekly; F. C. Bray, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; six to eight pages, 5 
col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ty 

One section of paper is headed Lanigan Ledger. 

See Advt. Page 105. 

GULL LAKE, pop. 700, District of Moose Jaw, on the C.P.R., 35 
miles S.W. of Swift Current, 546 miles W. of Winnipeg, noE. of 
Medicine Hat; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: grain 
growing and general farming. The town has four churches, a good 
school, hospital, theatre, fire Ijall and eight elevators. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Tompkins, 
Webb, Sandford and Leitchville. 

ADVANCE, weekly; R. Partridge, publisher; established 1909; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n l / 2 

H AFFORD, pop. 250, District of North Battleford, on the C. N. R., 
45 miles E. of North Battleford, Tel v T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustry : farming Hafford is the market town for some 200 miles 
North. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Krydor, Redberry and Blaine Lake. 

NEWS, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, publisher: established 1918; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Published at Radisson by Radisson News, which also publishes 
Radisson News, Speers News, Fielding Standard, Maymont Star and 
Borden Advocate. 

See Advt. Page 114. 

HANLEY, pop. 450, District of Saskatoon, on C. N. R., 125 miles 
S. of Prince Albert, 37 miles S.E. of Saskatoon and 123 miles N.W. 
of Regina; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: farming." The 
town contains three churches, public school, two hotels and six 
elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Glenside, Kenaston and Bladworth. 

HERALD, weekly ; J. D. Taylor, proprietor, established 1904 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col, 
19^" inches. Circ'n ^ 

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HARRIS, pop. 320, District of Battleford, on the C.N.R., 49 miles 
S.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : mixed 
farming-. There are churches, schools, a public hall and flour and 
grist mills. Surrounding 1 villages where no papers are published : 
Laura, Tessier, Bounty, Milden and Zealandia. 

HERALD, weekly; James A. Ker, publisher; established 1913; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
17 inches. 

HAWARDEN, pop. 200, District of Saskatoon, on theC.P.R., 50 
miles S. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming 
and stock raising. The town contains two churches, school, four 
elevators and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Strongfield, Glenside, Westop and Broderick. 

PIONEER, weekly; W. X. Jones, publisher; established 1911 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n 



HERBERT, pop. 1,003, District of Moose Jaw, on the C.P.R., 28 
miles N,E. of Swift Current, 482 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: grain growing. The town has five 
churches, schools, seven elevators, stock yards, flour mill and a 
number of good stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Rush Lake, Waldeck and Ernfold. 



HERALD 

independent 
20 inches. 



, weekly; A. O. Wright, publisher; established 1911 ; 
; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 

Circ'n j 



HUmBOLD i , pop. 2,250, District of Humboldt, a divisional point on 
the C. N.R. , 425 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 402 miles E. of Edmon- 
ton, and 80 miles S.E. of Prince Albert ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The 
town contains four churches, three schools, a creamery, flour mill, 
four elevators, three hotels, court house, stores, Dominion Land 
Office, and is a port of entry for customs. It is the centre of a fine 
agricultural country. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Bruno, D'Ana, St. Gregor and Annahein. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Telfer Bros., proprietors and publishers; 
established 1905; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; 
six pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 



IMPERIAL, pop. 250, District of Humboldt, on the C.P.R., 80 miles 
N. W. of Regina, 77 miles S. W. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : grain growing and mixed farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Stalwart, 
Cullyton, Taylorboro and Nushka. 

REVIEW, weekly; Chas. Smart, publisher; established 1911;- 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. ' Circ'n % 

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INDIAN HEAD, pop. 1,700, District of Qu'Appelle, on main line of 
C. P. R., 32 miles E. of Regina, 297 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., 
T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: ranching and wheat farming, 
flour and planing mills, sash and door factories. The town contains, 
besides its churches, schools, stores, etc., two hotels, to'wn hall, 
opera house, fire department, and has electric light, sewerage and 
waterworks systems. The Dominion Government has experimental 
and forestry farms here. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Winro, Dingley, McLean and Sedley. 

NEWS, weekly; H. C. Lebourveau, publisher ; established 1882; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 

21 ^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

K AM SACK, pop. 1,400, District of Mackenzie, on the Assiniboia 
River and C. N. R., 208 miles S. E. of Saskatoon, 140 miles N.E. of 
Regina, 278 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 14 miles from the Manitoba 
boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain and stock 
farming. The town contains three churches and public and Indian 
mission schools, four elevators and stock yards. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Veregin, Cote, 
Crowstand, Runnvmede and Togo. 

TIMES, weekly; Kamsack Publishing Co., Ltd. , publishers; 
established 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^-4 inches. Circ'n % 

KERROBERT, pop. 1,100, District of Battleford, on the Moose Jaw- 
Lacombe branch of the C.P.R., 225 miles N.W. of Moose Jaw and 
1 10 miles S.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
farming and railroading. This is the divisional point of a number of 
branch railroad lines and is becoming an important centre. The 
town has churches, school, opera house, hotels, Government 
creamery, modern waterworks system, etc. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Balliol, Ermine, Druid 
and Plenty. 

CITIZEN, weekly; D. J. Hartley, publisher; established 1910; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 

22 inches. Circ'n i 

KINCAID, pop. 350, District of Moose Jaw, on C. P. R., 12.5 miles 
S. W. of Regina, 60 miles S. E. of Swift Current; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Pinto Creek and Hazenmore 

STAR, weekly ; J. V. Comstock and R. F. Comstock, pub- 
lishers ; established 1916; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 

KINDERSLEY, pop. 1,300, District of Kindersley, on the C.N.R., 
1 26 miles S.W. ol Saskatoon, 212 miles E. of Calgary; Tel., T. , Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. There are four 
churches, hospital, public and high schools, town hall, fire hall and 
mounted police barracks. The town is lighted with electricity, 
and has good waterworks system. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published: Beadle, Netherhill, Fairmount, Pink- 
ham, Flaxcombe, Marengo and Smiley. 

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CLARION, weekly; Ditson and Black, publishers; established 
1910; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n y t 

KINISTINO, pop. 350, District of Prince Albert, on the Carrot 
River and Dauphin-Prince Albert branch of C.N. R., 50 miles S.E. of 
Prince Albert; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain growing 
and mixed farming. The village contains three churches and school 
and four grain elevators. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Beatty, Weldon, Brancepeth, Fort a la Corne, Kyle 
and Coxby. 

REPRESENTATIVE, weekly; G. W. Smallwood, publisher; 
established 1910; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

KISBEY, pop. 275, District of Assiniboia, on C.P. R., no miles S.E. 
of Regina, 40 miles N. E. of Estevan ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Forget, Percy, Gapvievv and Frpude. 

STANDARD, weekly; S. G. Soper, publisher; established 
1914; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n * 

LA FLECHE, pop. 300, District of Moose Jaw, on the C.P. R., 90 miles 
S.W. of Moose Jaw, 141 miles \V. of Weyburn and 275 mile> E. of 
Lethbridge; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Hazenmore, 
Scotsguard, Admiral and Melaval. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; LaFleche Publishing Co., Limited, pub- 
lishers ; established 1913 ; independent; Tuesday; subscription 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publishes at La Fleche, The Limerick Leader , Cadillac Item 
and Ponteix Echo, circulations of .which are included in above rating. 

LANDIS, pop. 200, District of Battleford, on the G. T. P., Winnipeg, 
Edmonton line, 80 miles W. of Saskatoon, 50 miles S. of Battleford ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing and stock 
raising. The town contains two churches, schools, hotel arid town 
hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Handfl, Xaseby, Traynor, Springwater, Cavell, Cando, 
Leipzig, Scott and Kelfield. 

RECORD, weekly; A. M. Bock, publisher; established 1910; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 

17/4 incln--,. Circ'n ' 4 

LANGHAM, pop. 500, District of Saskatoon, on the C.N. R., 30 miles 
N.W. of Saskatoon, and 75 miles S.W. of Prince Albert; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming and ranching. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Dalmeny, Hepburn, 
HaU-yonia, Clarkboro, Warman, Waldheim, Laird and Borden. 

NEWS, weekly; Harvey Tripp, publisher; established 1914; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
" inches. Circ'n % 



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LANIGAN, pop. 450. District of Humboldt, on the C.P.R., 77 miles 
S.E. of Saskatoon, 100 miles N. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : grain growing and stock raising. The town contains four 
churches, public library, school, public hall and co-operative 
creamer^-. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Esk, Jansen, Drake and Lockwood. 

LEDGER, weekly : published in Guernsey, as part of Guernsey 
Standard. 

LASH BURN, pop. 400, District of Battleford, on Manitoba Div. 
of C. N. R-. 75 miles N.W. of Battleford, 15 miles from the Alberta 
boundary line; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: mixed farming 
and ranching. The town contains churches, school, cottage hos- 
pital and stores. The soil of the surrounding district is excellent, 
and there is an abundance of wood and water. The settlers are all 
English-speaking. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Aberfeldy, Gully, Marshall, Waseca, Maidstone and 
Birling. 

COMET, weekly; Hubert S. Vokins, publisher; established 1908; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription Si.oo ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. 

LAWSON, pop. 350, District of Moose Jaw, on the G. T. P., Moose 
Jaw North West Section, 64 miles N.W. of Moose Jaw and 95 miles 
S. of Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries f fanning 
and stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages where no . 
papers are published : Littleville, Bryceton and Maple Bush. 

POST, weekly; O. W. Juckes, publisher; established 1916; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 coL, 
19^ inches. Circ'n # 

Also publishes Jfazuer Tribune and Central Butte Beacon. 

See Advt. Page 99. 

LEADER (formerly Prussia) pop. 1,300, District of Moose Jaw, on the 
Lemsford Section of the C. P. R., 80 miles N.W. of Swift Current, 
24 miles from Alberta boundary. Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief In- 
dustry : farming. The town has two theatres, three public schools, 
six churches, nine elevators and electric light plant. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Westerham, 
Prelate, Fox Valley and Sceptre. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; A. Hankin and E. S. Sexton, pub- 
lishers; established 1916; independent; Thursday; subscription 
81.50; twelve pages, 6 col., 21 inches. Circ' n% 

Also publish Empress Express. 

LEMBERG, pop. 350, District of Saltcoats, on Pheasant Hills 
branch of C. P. R., 122 miles N. E. of Regina, 218 miles S.E. of Sas- 
katoon; Tel., T., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, stock raising, 
dairying and flour milling. The town is surrounded by one of the 
best wheat belts in Saskatchewan. Il contains, besides its stores, 
five churches, school, curling and skating rink and four elevators. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Duff, Grayson, Killaly, Lorley and Neudorf. 

STAR, weekly ; A. S. McDowell, publisher ; established 1916; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.25 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ n % 

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LIBERTY, pop. 250, District of Humboldt, on the C. P. R., 69 miles N.W. 
ot Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain growing 
and mixed farming. The town contains churches, school, hotel, 
four elevators, opera house and lumber yard. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Holdfast, Penzance and Stalwart. 

PRESS, weekly; Lee Bronson, publisher; established 1911 ; in- 
dependent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col. 
inches. Circ'n 

Also publishes Craik \ru.-s and Brock Xews. 



LIMERICK, pop. 300, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R-, 79 miles 
S. \V. of Moose Jaw ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Valor, Melaval, and Mazenod. 



, weekly: J. A. Framley, publisher: established 1918; 
t; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 coL 
. Cir'n 



LETTER, 
independent; 
2iJ inches. Circ'n 



LLOYD MINSTER, pop. 1,000, District of Battleford, on main 
line of C. X. R., 85 miles N.W. of Battleford, just E. of the Alberta 
boundary line and 200 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming and ranching. The town contains five 
churches, two public schools, one high school, immigration hall, 
mounted police barracks, five elevators, 150 barrel flour mill and 
three hotels and has an electric light plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Aberfeldy, Blackfoot, 
Kit-coty, Islay, Gully and Marshall. 

Tl M ES, weekly ; F. J. Stewart and J. G. Willard, publishers 
established 1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 coK, 21 * inches. Circ'n i 

See Adrt. Page loo. 

LORE BURN, pop. 230, District of Saskatoon, on the C. P. R., 100 
miles N.W. of Moose Jaw, 60 miles S. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Riverview and Sprattville. 

HERALD, weekly ; W. P. Hill, publisher, established 1909 ; inde- 
pendent ; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages,6 col. , 20 inches. 

Circ'n % 

LOVERNA, pop. 500. District of Battleford, on the Biggar-Calgary 
branch of G.T. P., 150 miles W. of Saskatoon, 210 miles X. E. of 
Calgary ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, stock raising 
and dairying. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Compeer, Bideford, Marengo, Smiley, Greene, Wilhel- 
mina, Hoosier and Dewar Lake. 

BORDERLINE BUDGET, weekly ; Brinsmead and Son, 
publishers ; established 1914 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. c'a % 

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LUMSDEN, pop. 550, District of Regina, on the Retina-Prince 
Albert branch of C.N.R., in the Qu'Appelle Valley, 20 miles N.W. of 
Reg-ina ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming and flour 
mills. Besides its stores, etc., the town contains three churches, 
public school, opera house, hotel, three grain elevators and 
municipal electric light plant. It is the centre of one of the 
best grain-growing sections in the West. The prairie and park 
lands are 2,050 ft. above sea level, and the celebrated Qu'Appelle 
Valley in which the town is situated is 350 ft. below the prairie level, 
and is 300 miles long. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Disley, Craven and Bethune. 

NEWS-RECORD, weekly; Charles Hynds, publisher; estab- 
lished 1904; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 
5 col., 1 7^ inches. Circ'n 

LUSELAND, pop. 250, District of Battleford, on the C. P. R., 115 
miles W. of Saskatoon ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Superb, Salvador, Denzil and Tramping" Lake. 

DESPATCH, weekly ; McConica Bros., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1910; independent-liberal; Friday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ] 

MACKLIN, pop. 475, District of Battleford, on the C. P. R., 163 
miles W. of Saskatoon, near Alberta boundary ; Tel., T., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. This is a new town, but rapidly being 
built up. It has a church and school, three general stores and a 
number of class stores, three grain elevators and a stock yard. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Hayter, Eversham, Senlac, Denzil and Hallam. 

TIMES, weekly; Chas. Walker, publisher; established 1910; 
dependent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n 

MACOUN, pop. 250, District of Assiniboia, on C. P. R. Portal 
section, 40 miles S. E. of Weyburn, 22 miles from U. S. boundary ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town has high 
school, library, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Bryant, Benson, Outram, Hitchcock, View- 
field, Huntoon, Torquay and Halbrite. 

POST, weekly ; "H. W. Patten, publisher ; established 1916 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n 

MAPLE CREEK, pop. 2,000, District of Moose Jaw, on main line 
of C. P. R., 600 miles W. of Winnipeg, 180 miles E. of Macleod, 65 
miles E. of Medicine Hat, and 23 miles from Alberta boundary line ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: sheep and cattle ranching, 
horse breeding and mixed farming. The town was founded in 1885, 
has four churches, town hall, post office, fire-station, four hotels, 
armoury, hospital, opera house, fine public school, ^electric light 
plant, waterworks and sewerage systems. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Walsh, Graburn, Skibbereen, 
Vidora, Battle Creek, Kincorth, Forres and Piapot. 

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NEWS, weekly ;,\V. J. Redmond, publisher; established 1903; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
21 ^4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1.O5O 

MARYFIELD, pop. 423, District of Assiniboia, on the Reston sub- 
division of the C.P.R., 70 miles S.W. of Brandon, 146 miles S.E. of 
. Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief" Industries : farming and boiler 
making. The town has a church and school and is the centre of 
a well settled district. It is the starting point of the Maryfield-Leth- 
bridgeline of the C.N.R. The C.P.R. and C.N.R. have a union 
station here. The town contains two churches, school and public 
hall. Surrounding towns where no papers are published : Fairlight, 
Walpole, Fleming, Ebor, Ewart, Butler, Redvers, Wawota, Cromer 
and Antler. 

NEWS, weekly; T. S. Harris, proprietor; established 1909; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n % 



MAWER, pop. 200, District of Moose Jaw, on the G T. P., 60 miles 
N.W. of Moose Jaw. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief industries : farm- 
ing and stock raising. The town has a school, a church, and a 
curling rink, I.O.O. F. and C.O.O. F. Lodges and good fire protect- 
ion. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Darmody and Eskbank. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; O. W. Juckes, publisher; established 1916; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n % 

Also publishes Lazvson Post and Central Butte Beacon. 

See Advt. Page pp. 

MAYMONT, pop. 150, District of North Battleford, on the C. N. R., 
30 miles S.E. 'of North Battleford; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Ruddell, Richard and Denholm. 

STAR, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, publisher; established -1918; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Published at Radisson by Radisson News which also publishes 
Radisson News, Hafford News, Fielding Standard, Speers News and 
Bar den Advocate. 

See Advt. Page 114. 

MELFORT, pop. 1,104, District of Prince Albert, on the Winnipeg- 
Brandon-Prince Albert branch of C. N. R., 65 miles S. E. of Prince 
Albert; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: ranching and 
farming, four elevators and creamery. The town contains four 
churches, three hotels, high and public schools and a hospital, 
has electric light, water and sewerage systems. Central distributing 
point of Carrot River Valley. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Norden, Beatty, Ethelton, Flett's 
Springs, St. Brieux, Pathlow, Naisberry, Edenbridge, Pleasant 
Valley, Bagley and Lost River. 

JOURNAL, weekly; S. C. Lancaster, publisher ; established 
1908; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; ten to twelve pages, 
7 col., 21 % inches. Circ'n r 

.s> ( Advt. Page 97. 

MOON, weekly ; A. R. Babington, publisher ; established 1903 ; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight to twelve 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

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MELVILLE, pop. 2,800, District ofSaltcoats, on G.T. P. Ry., 279 
miles N. W. of Winnipeg, 85 miles N. W. of Regina, 26 miles S. W. 
of Yorkton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, 
creamery and G. T. P. shops and roundhouse. A new town, grow- 
ing very rapidly. It contains five churches, four schools, college, 
hospital and electric light and power plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Birmingham, Pheasant 
Forks, Duff, Fenwood, Canada, Waldron, Bangor and Goodcve. 

CANADIAN, weekly; Edward Readstone and A. Morton, 
publishers; established 1908; independent; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 76. 

MEYRONNE, pop. 300, District of Moose Jaw, on C.P.R., 60 miles 
S. E. of Swift Current, 100 miles S. W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : brick plant, farming and stock raising. Tow"n 
has an opera house, curling and skating rink, etc. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Cactus, Mc- 
Cord, Summercove, Wideview and Hazenmore. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; R. E. Johnson, publisher; established 
1913 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 

5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

MIDALE, pop. 300, District of Assiniboia, on the C.P.R., 119 miles 
S.E. of Moose Jaw, 30 miles N.W. of Estevan ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industry : grain growing. Besides its churches, high 
school, etc., the town has a number of good stores, hotel and three 
grain elevators. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished: Goodwater, Ralph, Blewitt, Hitchcock and Lowell. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. Geo. Brown, publisher; estab- 
lished 1914 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n X 

MILESTONE, pop. 500, District of Regina, on Portal section of 
C.P. R.,'54 miles S.E. of Moose Jaw and 30 miles S. of Regina; Tel., 
T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : grain growing and stock raising. 
Besides its churches and school, the town has a hotel, a number 
of good stores, six grain elevators and a stock yard and is lighted 
by electricity. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Wilcox, Lang, Corinne, Gray, Riceton and Dummer. 

MAIL, weekly ; Roy G. Ashwin, publisher ; established 1906 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four to six pages, 

6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 512^ 
See Advt,. Page 94. 

MOOSE JAW, pop. 20,000, District of Moose Jaw, on the main line 
of C.P. R., and terminus of the Soo line from St. Paul, and on the 
G.T. P. and the C.N. R., 40 miles W. of Regina, 102 miles E. of 
Swift Current, 211 miles S.E. of Saskatoon, 398 miles W. of Winni- 
peg, 442 miles E. by S. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Exf, Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour and oatmeal mills, abattoir, packing plant, bridge 
and iron works, sash and door factories, creamery, C. P. R. divi- 
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ranching. The city contains twelve churches, court house, collegiate 
institute, hoys' college, public and high schools, business college, 
public library and a mammoth interior elevator, with a capacity ot 
3,500,000 bushels. Municipal electric light, water works, street 
railway and sewerage systems are established. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Boharm, Pasqua, 
Bethune, Belle Plaine, Tuxford, Chamberjain, Chaplin and Marquis. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday ; News Publishers 
Ltd., publishers; established 1907; independent; subscription $4.00, 
by mail, $7.00 in city; eight to sixteen pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,747*t 

Advt. The Daily News is the leading paper of South Western Saskatchewan. 
It carries more local and National advertising than any other paper in its trading 
territory. Moose Jaw's trading territory comprises the richest and most productive 
wheat land in the Province, and the purchasing power of the population is corres- 
pondingly high. See Advl. Page j6. 

TIMES, every evening except Sunday; The Times Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1889 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 by mail, 
$7.00 in city, eight to thirty-two pages, 8 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 7,O98*t 

Advt. The Evening Times has the largest circulation in Moose Jaw, and of any 
paper in Canada in a city of equal size. It has been foremost in service to readers 
and advertisers and in influence in its community for thirty years, and is the "family" 
paper of its constituency. Member of A. B. C. Montreal Representative; J. C. 
Ross, Board of Trade Building. See Advt. Page 83. 

SASKATCHEWAN FARMER, monthly; Saskatchewan 
Farmer Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1910; agricultural; 
ist of month ; last forms close 25th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty-four to thirty-two pages, 3 wide col., 10% inches. Circ'n 2)4 

MOOSOMIN, pop. 1,500, District of Qu'Appelle, on the C. P. R., 
137 miles E. of Regina, 86 miles W. of Brandon, 219 miles W. of 
Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : foundry, plan- 
ing mills, flour milling, stock raising and farming. The town con- 
tains five churches, public and high schools, hospital, court house, 
land titles office, jail and six grain elevators. Moosomin is the 
centre of the Judicial District of Moosomin, with resident Judge, 
Sheriff and Court officers. It is also a port of call, with customs 
office. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Fleming, Kennedy, Welwyn, Wawota, Walpole, Red 
Jacket and Gordon. 

WORLD-SPECTATOR, weekly; Bretz & Shuart, publishers; 
established 1900 ; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; 
twelve pages, 7 col., 21 )4 inches. Circ'n 2 

Sections of the paper are headed Wehvyn Herald and Fleming 
Review. 

See Adrt. Page 78. 

MORSE, pop. 750, District of Moose Jaw, on the main line of 
C. P. R., 74 miles W. of Moose Jaw, 41 miles E. of Swift Current ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : grain growing and stock rais- 
ing. Morse is the distributing point of a big farm district extending 
80 miles south and over 40 miles north. The town contains three 
churches, a school and two hotels and is lighted with electricity. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Ernfold, Chap- 
lin, Secretan, Melba, Parkbeg, Rush Lake, Waldeck and Aikens. 

NEWS, weekly; S. R. Policy, publisher; established 1910; 
independent-liberal ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
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MORTLACH, pop. 700, District of Moose Jaw, on C. P. R., 26 
miles W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry, 
farming. The town has churches, good stores, a school and town 
hall. Surrounding 1 towns and villages where 'no papers are pub- 
lished : Caron, Eastleigh, Dobson, Coderre, Lake Valley and Sweet 
Grass. 

CANADIAN, weekly; H. J. Wright, publisher; established 1915; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

MUENSTER, pop. 100, District of Humboldt, on Wolverine Creek 
and C.N.R., 420 miles W. of Winnipeg, 87 miles E. of Saskatoon, 
150 miles S.E. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex. The town contains be- 
sides its stores, a church, monastery, school, convent, hotel, lumber 
yards and elevators, and is surrounded by excellent farming land. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
St. Gregor, Annaheim and Lenora Lake. 

ST. PETERS BOTE, German, weekly; Benedictine Fathers, 
publishers; established 1904; religious, Catholic; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

NOKOMIS, pop. 600, District of Humboldt, at the junction ofC.P.R. 
and G.T. P. Ry., 85 miles S.E. of Saskatoon, 80 miles N. of Regina; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : grain growing, stock raising, 
planing and flour mills. The town has four churches, school, town 
hall and four elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Lockwood, Tate, Venn and Drake. 

TIMES, weekly; J. A. McGowan, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

NORTH BATTLEFORD, pop. 4,000, District of Battleford, on 
Saskatchewan River and Manitoba Division of C.N.R., 2 miles 
N. E. of Battleford, 280 miles S.E. of Edmonton, 573 miles N. W. of 
Winnipeg, 90 miles N.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. 
Stands on the heights above and north of the junction of the Sask- 
atchewan and Battle Rivers. Divisional point on main line C.N.R., 
terminal of C.N.R. North Battleford-Athabaska Landing and North 
Battleford - Prince Albert branch lines. Chief Industries: farming 
and ranching. The city has grown very rapidly since its founding 
in 1905, and contains six churches, four public schools, high and 
separate schools, five hotels, flour mills, a city hall and railroad shops. 
It^has its own water works, sewerage and electric light systems. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Ruddell, 
Merwin, Merla, Hafford, Denholm, Jackfish and Meota. 

N EWS, weekly ; C. R. Mclntosh, publisher, J. W. Bawden, 
manager ; established 1906 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21 % inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 108. 

OPTIMIST, weekly; H. G. Sheldrake, managing editor; 
Optimist Printing and Publishing Co., Limited", publishers ; 
established 1912; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. ' Circ'n 2 

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OGEMA. pop. 171, District of Regina, on the C. P. R., 65 miles S. of 
Regina, 130 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry: 
tanning". 

TIMES, weekly; M. L. Tuve, publisher; established 1919; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inchrs. 

OUTLOOK, pop. 1,200, District of Saskatoon, on C. P.R., 75 miles 
S.W. of Saskatoon, 100 miles N. W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: farming and stock raising. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Glenside, Bratton, 
Ardath, Macrorie and Bounty. 

OUTLOOK, weekly; Outlook Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1909; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight . 
pages, 6 col., ig/^ inches. Circ'n i 

NORDEN, Norwegian, weekly; Norwegian Farmers' Publish- 
ing Co. of Canada and The Norwegian Colonization and Immigra- 
tion Bureau, Limited, publishers; established 1918 ; independent ; 
Wednesday; eight pages, 7 col., 21 3^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 101. 

OXBOW, pop. 800, District of Assiniboia, on Souris section C. P. R., 
41 miles N. E. of Estevan, 257 miles W. of Winnipeg, 140 miles S. E. 
of Regina; Tel., Ex., Banks. Situated in a fertile farming district. 
Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. Has five elevators and 
loading platform, creamery, stores and blacksmith shops, electric 
light, town hall, high school andfourchurches. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Frobisher and Glen Ewen. 
HERALD, weekly; Hugh D. Pedlar, proprietor and publisher; 
established 1903 : independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8OO 

PENNANT, pop. 200, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 28 miles 
N.\V. of Swift Current. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : 
agriculture. Has municipal hall and school. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Success, Battrum and 
Cantaur. 

OBSERVER, weekly; Sidney Godwin, publisher; established 
1915 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

PENSE, pop. 350, District of Regina, on main line of C.P.R., 17 miles 
W. of Regina, 24 miles E. of Moose Jaw; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
industry : farming. The town has a public school, town hall and 
Masonic building. Surrounding'towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Stony Beach, Fairville, Grand Coulee, Belle Hlaine 
and Keystown. 

HERALD, weekly; W. G. Dey, publisher; established 1911; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
iq*4 inches. Circ'n ]^ 

PERDUE, pop. 350, District of Battleford, on the C.I .R. and i mile 
N. of the G.T.P., 39 miles S.W. of Saskatoon, 61 miles S.E. of 
Wilkie ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Leney, 
Kinley and Keppel. 

WITNESS, weekly ; H. D. Gay, publisher ; established 1909 ; 
independent ; Monday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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PLUNKETT pop. 200, District of Humboldt, on the C. P. R., 55 
miles S.E. of Saskatoon and 17 miles N. of Watrous; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Wolverine, Selanders, Lanigan and 
Colonsay. 

CANADIAN-MAGYAR FARMER, weekly; Hungarian Press, 
publishers; established 1905; agricultural ; Thursday; last forms 
close Tuesday, 6 p.m.; subscription $3.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
17 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,972 

PONTEIX, pop. 350, District of Moose Jaw, on the C.P.R., 135 miles 
S.W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Gouverneur, Crichton, Hazenmore and Scotsguard. 

ECHO, weekly; published in La Fleche as part of La fleche 
Advocate and included in rating. 

PRINCE ALBERT, pop. 7,500, District of Prince Albert, on the 
North Saskatchewan River, 25 miles W. of its junction with the 
South branch, and terminus of Regina-Prince Albert and Melfort- 
Prince Albert branches of C.N.R., and Young-Prince Albert branch 
of G. T P., 247 miles N. of Regina and 87 miles N. E. of Saska- 
toon ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: packing plants, 
ranching, lumbering, fishing, mining, fur trading, flour milling and 
farming. The city contains five churches, ten banks, a convent and 
college, public, separate and normal schools, collegiate institute and 
ladies' college, court house, land office, registry office, penitentiary 
and provincial jail. It is the See City of Anglican and Catholic Bishops 
and district headquarters of H. B. Co. and R. N. W. M. Police. Has 
waterworks and sewerage systems and electric lights. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Birch Hills, 
Fenton, Marcelin, Leask, Laird, Macdowall, Parkside, Red Deer 
Hill and Lily Plains. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday Herald Printing Co. , 
Ltd. , publishers ; established 1911 ; independent; subscription $7.80 
in city, $3.00 by mail; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Note The Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday issues of the daily 
constitute a tri-weekly, which is mailed to rural subscribers, this 
circulation being in addition to the regular daily distribution. 

LE PATRIOTE'DE L'OUEST, French, weekly; La Bonne 
Presse, Limitee, publishers; established 1910; independent; Wed- 
nesday; subscription $1.50; ten pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

QU'APPELLE, pop. 1,000, District of gu'Appelle, is beautifully 
situated in a wooded district on the main line of the C. P. R. , 32 
miles E. of Regina, 324 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : butter factor)', stock raising and farming. 
The town contains four churches, public and high schools, town hall, 
hotels, stores and four elevators. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : McLean, Edgeley, Avonhurst, 
Lipton, Strathcarroll, Spring Brook, Loon Creek, Davin, Odessa 
and Hayward. 

PROGRESS, weekly ; A. W. Moote, editor and publisher ; 
established 1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50.; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ n % 

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RADISSON, pop. 650, District of Saskatoon, on the main line of the 
C. N. R. from Edmonton to Winnipeg', 520 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
40 miles N.W. of Saskatoon and 300 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour mill, cement block and brick 
plants and farming'. Besides its stores, the town has two lumber 
yards, five grain elevators, high and public schools and four churches. 
A splendid grain growing- country. Surrounding- towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Sonningdale, Denholm, Krydor, 
Ruddell and Arelee. 

NEWS, weekly ; Geo. E. Neilson, editor and proprietor ; 
established 1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 717 
Also publishes at Radisson Borden Advocate, Maymont Star, Fielding 
Standard, Speers News and Hafford news. 

See Advt. Page 114. 

RADVILLE, pop. 800, District of Regina, on the Souris River and 
C. N. R., 80 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw, 70 miles S. of Regina ; Tel., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: grain growing and stock raising. 
It is an important divisional point on the C. N. R. Besides its stores 
the town has three churches, school, hotel, theatre, a coal loading- 
chute and R. N. W. Mounted Police Barracks. It is a wholesale 
distributing centre of some importance. Surrounding- towns and- 
villages where no papers are published : Brooking, Ceylon, Dummer, 
Neptune, Khedive, Parry, Pangman,Trossachs, Goodwater, Colgate, 
and Forward. 

NEWS, weekly; David Bradley, publisher; established 1911; 
independent; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19!^ inches. Circ'n *4 

REGINA, pop. 30,213, District of Regina, on the Main line of the 
C. P. R. , on the C. N. R. and terminus of the Yorkton branch of the 
G. T. P., 41 miles E. of Moose Jaw, 138 miles W. of Moosomin, 350 
miles W. of Winnipeg, divisional point of the C. P. R., C. N. R. and 
G. T. P., with shops and executive offices of each line. Twelve 
lines of railway radiating in all directions; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
It is the seat of government of the Province of Saskatchewan 
possessing a $2, 500,000 Parliament Building, the Legislative Assembly 
meets here and it is the residence of the Lt. -Governor. The area 
within the city limits is 7,850 acres, of which 257 are devoted to 
parks and 75 acres to exhibition grounds for the Provincial and 
other fairs. Regina is the starting point of the branch line of the 
C. N. R. which runs north to Prince Albert, and is the distributing 
point for the country far North and South the fertile "Park" 
territory, where large numbers of settlers have already become 
prosperous and hundreds are pouring in. It is the commercial, 
industrial, financial, educational, legal and judicial centre of the 
Province. Chief Industries : flour mills, shoe, broom and cigar 
factories, railway repair shops, foundries, saw mills, soap 
factory, farming and stock raising. The city contains twenty- 
three churches, excellent public and high schools, several colleges, 
normal school, public library, city hall, provincial jail, provincial 
hospital, headquarters of the R. N. W. M. P. and Land departments. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Pilot Butte, Craven, Condie, Grand Coulee, Davin, Tregarva, 
Wascana and Rose Plain. 

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LEADER, every morning except Sunday ; Leader Publishing Co. , 
Ltd., publishers; established 1905; liberal; subscription $7.00 
in city, 5.00 by mail; fourteen to thirty-two pages, 7 col., 2\% 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2O,517*f 

Advt. "Saskatchewan's Foremost Newspaper," describes The Regina Leader 
to-day more accurately than ever before, as proven by the substantial lead in 
circulation and advertising it consistently maintains. It is by common consent the 
first to use and the keystone to any advertising campaign in this rich and growing 
Province. See Advt. Pages 50 and 51. 

POST, every evening except Sunday ; W. F. Herman, publisher 
and proprietor ; established 1916; independent; subscription $5.00; 
sixteen to twenty-eight pages, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918,, 10,820*1 

Also publish Windsor, Ont., Border Cities Storand Saskatoon Star. 

See Advt. Pages 54 and 55. 

COURIER, weekly; Saskatchewan Courier Publishing Co. Ltd., 
publishers; established 1907; agricultural; Wednesday; last forms 
close Monday night; subscription $2.00; sixteen to thirty-two 
pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2O,1O3 

DUN'S LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL RECORD, weekly; 
R. G. Dun & Co., publishers; established 1918; legal and com- 
mercial; Friday; free to Mercantile Agency subscribers; four pages; 

4 wide col., 14^ inches. 

SASKATCHEWAN GAZETTE, semi-monthly; J. W. Reid, 
King's Printer, publisher ; established 1905 ; official organ of the 
Government of Saskatchewan; subscription $2.00; averages sixty- 
four pages, i col., 8 inches. 

Inserts only Government advertisements, 

PUBLIC SERVICE MONTHLY, monthly; Government of 
Saskatchewan, publishers ; established 1912 ; Government; loth of 
month; free ; sixteen pages, i wide col., 8 inches. 

WESTERN MEDICAL NEWS, monthly; Western Medical 
News Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1909; medicine 
and surgery ; ist of month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six pages, 
i or 2 col., 8 inches. . Circ'n i 

RIVERHURST, pop. 200, District of Moose Jaw, on G. T. P., no 
miles N. W. of Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
farming and ranching. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Gilroy and Greenbrier. 

COURIER, weekly; Fred. T. Hill, publisher; established 1915; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight to twelve pages, 
6 col. , 20 inches. Circ'n %( 

ROBSART, pop. 250, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R. 
Shaunavon Branch, 32 miles S. of Maple Creek, 31 miles from 
Alberta boundary line and 25^ miles from U. S. boundary; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Palisade and Vidora. 

MESSENGER, weekly; P. E. Bachman, publisher; established 
1916; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 

5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 
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ROCANVILLE, pop. 270, District of Qu'Appelle, on the C. P. R., 
130 miles E. of Retina, 238 miles \V. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : stock raising- and grain growing. The 
town has a number of good stores, hotel, school, rink, three 
churches, stock yard and four elevators. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Burrows and Tantallon. 

RECORD, weekly ; G. E. Jenkins, proprietor; established 1911 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

ROSETOWN, pop. 1,000, District of Battleford, on the C. N. R. 
and C. P. R., 72 miles S. W. of Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industry : farming. The town contains school, -hospital and 
rink. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Ridpath, McGee, Fiske, D'Arcy, Netherhill, Zealandia, Harris, 
Laura, Pym, Tessier, Fortune, Plato and Bisley. 

EAGLE, weekly; Eagle Publishing Co., publishers; established 
1909; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

ROS I HERN, pop. 1,350, District of Saskatoon, on C.N.R., 50 miles 
S.W. of Prince Albert, 42 miles N.E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : wheat growing, mixed farming-, two flour mills 
and one brick yard. There are seven elevators and about -1,000,000 
bushels of wheat are shipped every year. Besides its stores, the 
town has seven churches, two schools, town and fire halls and an 
opera house. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : McDowell, Hague, Laird, Waldheim, Osier, Clouston, 
Duck Lake and Carlton. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Frank S. Rouleau, editor ; established 
1893 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

ROULEAU, pop. 800, District of Regina, on, the Portal section of 
the C. P. R. , 32 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw and 25 miles S. W. of 
Regina; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Banks. Chief Industry : farming. The town 
is situated in a rich agricultural district, has a school, four churches, 
machine shop, and an electric light plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wilcox, Drinkwater and 
Briercrest. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; Andrew King, publisher ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight to sixteen 
pages, 6 col., 19^. inches. Circ'n '^ 

SALTCOATS, pop. 600, District of Saltcoats, on the Northwestern 
branch of C. P. R., 17 miles S. E. of Yorkton, and 260 miles W. of 
Winnipeg ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : farming. The 
town contains three churches, high school and electric light plant. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Rokeby Station, Calder, Stornoway, Wroxton, MacNutt and 
Churchbridge. 

HERALD, weekly ; C. MacMurchy, publisher ; established 1909 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 5 col., 
1 8 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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SASKATOON, pop. 24,000 District of Saskatoon, on South 
Saskatchewan River and on C.P. R. , C. N.R. and G.T. P. Ry. , 90 miles 
S.W. of Prince Albert, 480 miles N. W. of Winnipeg-, 370 miles S. E. ot 
Edmonton, 479 miles N.E. of Calgary and 160 miles N. W. of Regina ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, planing mills, sash 
and door factories, brewery, bottling works, flour mills, Quaker Oats 
mill, foundries, machine shops. The city contains thirteen hotels, 
seventeen churches, twelve schools, a collegiate institute, provincial 
normal school, agricultural colleg-e, the Saskatchewan Provincial 
University and 'Government grain elevator, with 3,500,000 bushels 
capacity. It is a judicial centre of the province, and its Dominion 
Lands and Land Titles offices control a large district; it has sixteen 
banks, a clearing house, two hospitals, modern sewerage and water 
systems, electric light and power, modern fire department, and has 
unlimited" pure water supply from the South Saskatchewan river, 
which is spanned by five bridges. Saskatoon is the Post Office 
distributing centre and customs port of entry for Central Saskatch- 
ewan. The city assessment for 1918 was $29,355,000 Surrounding 
towns and villages where no. papers are published : Dundurn, Osier, 
Hague, Vonda, Elstow, Colonsay, Dalmeny, Juniata, Duro and 
Grandora. 

PHCENIX, every morning except Sunday; Northern Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; liberal-unionist ; subscription 
$4.00 ; ten to twenty pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Circ'n 10 

Advt.The Saskatoon Phcenix is the pioneer daily of Saskatoon and North Sas- 
katchewan, carries complete Canadian Press Service over-night leased wire and aims 
to fill the place and meet the demand for a thoroughly reliable thought inspiring news- 
paper. Steady economic advances made in Saskatchewan by the farming community 
who look to Saskatoon the University City for leadership, offer special newspaper 
opportunity. Advertisers can use The Phcenix to advantage. J. A. Aiken, Editor 
and Publisher. See Advt. Page 80. 

STAR, every noon and evening except Sunday, W. F. Herman, 
proprietor ; established 1907 ; independent ; subscription $5.00 
by mail, $6.00 in city; twelve to thirty-two pages, 8 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 22,789*t 

Also publish Windsor, Ont. , Border Cities Star and Regina Post. 

See Advt. Pages 54 and 55. 

TURNER'S WEEKLY, weekly; Turner's Weekly, Limited, 
publishers ; established 1918 ; independent; Saturday; subscription 
$3.06; thirty pages, 2 wide col., ioX inches. 

RETAILER, monthly ; Saskatchewan Retail Merchants' 
Association, publishers; established 1915; trade; ist of month ; 
last forms close 2oth month previous; subscription $1.00; forty 
pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 3 

See Advt.' Page 77. 

SEMANS, pop. 275, District of Humboldt, on the G. T. P., 95 miles 
S. E. of Saskatoon, 66 miles N. of Regina; TeL, T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Raymore, Tate, Last Mountain, Quinton, Saline 
Creek, Copeland and Lewiswyn. r 

GAZETTE, weekly ; M. Ferguson, publisher ; established 
1909 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 

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SHAUNAVON, pop. 400, District of Moose Jaw, on C. P. R. 
200 miles S. W. of Moose Jaw, 210 miles E. of Lethbridge ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : farming-. The town contains four 
churches, school, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Admiral and Cadillac. 

STANDARD, weekly; Macdonald & Smith, publishers; estab- 
lished 1913; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n I 

SHELLBROOK, pop. 500, District of North Battleford, a junction 
on the C. N. R., 28 miles W. of Prince' Albert ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming, stock raising and flour milling. The town 
has three elevators with a capacity of 100,000 bushels, three churches, 
one hotel, school and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Parkside, Leask, Marcelin, Blaine 
Lake, Canwood and Big River. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; E. G. Pickup, publisher; established 
1912 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; six and eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n l / z 

See Advt. Page in. 

SIMPSON, pop. 200, District of Humboldt, on C. P. R., 80 miles 
S. E. of Saskatoon, 80 miles N. W. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. The town has two churches, municipal 
building, good stores and five grain elevators. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Renown, Amazon, 
Hurton, Peacock, Parkerton and Watertown. 

LANCE, weekly; W. C. Needham, publisher and proprietor; 
established 1916; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
six to ten pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

SINTALUTA, pop. 500, District of Qu'Appelle, on the C. P. R., 
50 miles E. of Regina, 300 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industry : grain growing. The town has three 
churches, masonic and town halls, hotel, six* elevators and a 
number of good stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Montmartre, Odessa and Blackwood. 

TIMES AND FORT QU'APPELLE GAZETTE, weekly; 
Roland Collett, publisher; established 1907; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $2.00 ; twelve pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n $ 

SPEERS, pop. 500, District of Battleford, on the C. N. R., 3^ miles 
E. of Battleford, 80 miles S. W. of Prince Albert; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town is new and rapidly 
growing. It has two churches, stores, etc. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Richard, Krydor, 
and Redberry. 

NEWS, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, publisher ; established 1917; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
1 8 inches. Circ'n # 

Published at Radisson by Radisson News which also publishes 
Radisson News, Fielding Standard, Haffcrd News, Maymont Star 
and Borden Advocate. 

See Advt. Page 114. 

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STAR CITY, pop. 300, District of Prince Albert, on the C. N. R., 
68 miles S. E. of Prince Albert, Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustry : farming and ranching. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published: Valparaiso, Naisberry and Ford. 

ECHO, weekly ; E. L. Hopkins, publisher ; established 1918 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 



STOUGHTON, pop. 500, District of Assiniboia, on Souris - Regina 
branch of C. P. R., 85" miles S. E. of Regina and 38 miles N. ot 
Estevan ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: wheat growing. 
The village contains three churches, school, two hotels, skating rink, 
two opera houses, fire hall and usual stores. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Forget, Froude, Creel- . 
man, Heward, Viewfield, Benson and Huntoon. 

TIMES, weekly; R. Lobb, publisher; established 1905 ; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
21 % inches. Circ'n 

STRASSBURG, pop. 811, District of Regina, a divisional point on 
the C. P. R., 45 miles N. W. of Regina, 126 miles S. E. of Saskatoon ; 
Tel., T., Ex. , Banks. Chief Industry : farming. The town has four 
churches, high and public schools, town hall, fire hall and municipal 
electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Southcote, Edelane, Pengarth, Bulyea, Duval, Silton, 
Butterton and Last Mountain. 

MOUNTAINEER, weekly; L. M. Small, publisher ; established 
1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 



SWANSON, pop. 120, District of Kindersley, on the C.N.R., 40 
miles S.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., T.-, Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: 
farming. The village has a good school, an hotel and dance hall. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Birdview and Ardath. 

EYE OPENER, monthly; C. H. Clerkson, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ^subscription $1.00; eight pages, 8 col., 19 inches. 

Circ'n % 

SWIFT CURRENT, pop. 5,500, District of Moose Jaw, on Swift 
Current River, a divisional point on the main line of C. P. R., no 
miles W. of Moose Jaw, 140 miles W. of Regina, 510 miles W. of. 
Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: ranching, 
farming, manufacture of cement and concrete products, planing mill 
and flour milling. Seven elevators (capacity 250,000 bushels) handle 
the grain ; the city also makes large shipments of live stock. There 
are several churches, public, high and normal schools, a city hall, 
hospital, five hotels, three theatres, skating rink, Dominion Lands 
office. Government meteorological station, waterworks, sewerage 
and electric light plants. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Rush Lake, Beverley, Dunelm, Abbey, 
Admiral, Success, Webb, Waldeck, Aikens, Leveh and Crane. 

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SUN, semi - weekly ; Sun Printing- and Publishing- Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1903; liberal; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $1.50 ; six to eig-ht pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 101. 

HERALD, weekly; W. E. Sharp, proprietor; established 1915; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; ten to sixteen- pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2 



TISDALE, pop. 500, District of Prince Albert, on Winnipegosis branch 
of C. N. R., 80 miles S. E. of Prince Albert; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Situated in the centre of one of the best agricultural districts of the 
"New West." Chief Industries: flour milling-, mixed farming and 
lumbering. The town contains four churches, a high and public 
school, Dominion Lands Office and four grain elevators. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Wentworth, Star City, South Melfort, Roecliffe, Goldburn Valley 
and Crooked River. 

RECORDER, weekly; White and Mallinson, publishers; 
established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
to twelve pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n 



TOMPKINS, pop. 450, District of Moose Jaw, on main line of C. P. R., 
16 miles W. of Gull Lake, 45 miles S.W. of Swift Current; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town has several good 
stores, school and garages. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Leghorn, Sidevvood, Piapot and Car- 
michael. 

PROGRESS, weekly ; P. E. Lacey, publisher; established 1917; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
1 8 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4O5 

TUGASKE, pop. 350, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 53 
miles N. \V. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: 
grain growing. The town has five elevators and flour mill. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Bridgeford and Darmody. 

GLOBE, weekly; James Stoddart, proprietor ; established 1910; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19% inches. Circ'n ^ 



TURTLE FORD, pop. 200, District of Battleford, on C. N. R., 55 
miles N. W. of Battleford ; Tel., T. , Ex. Chief Industries : grain 
growing and stock raising. The town contains church, school, 
hotel, two public halls and two elevators. Surrounding towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Warnock, Turtlegrove, 
and Westhazel. 

RECORD, weekly; Cameron R. Mclntosh, publisher; established 
1915: independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
5 col., i8j^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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UNITY, pop. 500, District of Battleford, on the C. P. R. and G. T. P., 
1 20 miles W. of Saskatoon, 200 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : grain growing. The town has good 
school, theatre and church accommodation, a town hall and land 
and immigration offices. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Adanac,Tako, Swarthmore, Wilbert, Phippen, Swinbourne, 
Rutland and Evesham. 

COURI ER, weekly ; Unity Courier, publishers ; established 1910 ; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col. , 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

VANGUARD, pop. 300, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 
40 miles S.E. of Swift Current; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Pambrun, Neville, Lac Pelletier and Blumenhof. 

NEWS, weekly; C. B. Nelson, publisher; established 1917; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19% inches. Circ'n ]4 

VERWOOD, pop- 250, District of Moose Jaw, on the C. P. R., 12 
miles W. of Viceroy, 62 miles S. of Moose Jaw ; Tel. Ex. Chief 
Industry: farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Landscape, Readlyn and Willows. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Geo. H. Pearson, publisher; established 
1918; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages; 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

VICEROY, pop. 200, District of Moose Jaw, on the C.P.R., 65 miles 
S. of Moose Jaw, 80 miles S. W. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. 

NEWS, weekly; The Viceroy News, publishers; established 
1914 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

VISCOUNT, pop. 200, District of Humboldt, on the C. P. R., 48 
miles E. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: grain 
growing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Saxby, Zelma, Colonsay and Elstow. 

SUN, weekly; Wm. T. Murphy, proprietor; established 1910; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n } 

WADENA, pop. 700, District of Humboldt, on C. N. R., 130 miles 
S. E. of Saskatoon, 366 miles N. W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry: farming. The shipments of grain aggregate 
300,000 bushels a year. The town has splendid school and church 
accommodation, R. N. W. Mounted Police barracks, large hotel, 
and has electric light and good water. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Clair, Paswegin, Margo, 
Kylemore and Kuroki. r 

HERALD, weekly ; John H. Howe, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., ig% 
inches. Circ'n }& 

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WAKAW, pop. 400, District of Humboldt, on the G. T. P., 48 miles 
S. of Prince Albert, 75 miles N. E. of Saskatoon; T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. The town has churches, school and fire 
department. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Cudworth, Hoey, St. Louis and Middle Lake. 

RECORDER, weekly; J. E. Willoughby, publisher; established 
1913; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n j 

WAPELLA, pop. 500, District of Qu'Appelle, on the main line of the 
C. P. R., 236 miles W. of Winnipeg, 1 10 miles E. of Regina ; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, grain growing and live 
stock raising. Many good stores, two hotels, four implement 
warehouses, seven elevators, large flour mill and pork packing 
establishment. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Carnoustie, Burrows, Rocanville, Gordon, Red Jacket 
and Hillburn. 

POST, weekly ; E. S. Zingg, publisher ; established 1899 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n 

WATROUS, pop. 900, District of Humboldt, on Little Lake Manitou 
and G. T. P., 58 miles S. E. of Saskatoon and 75 miles N. W. ot 
Regina; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mixed farming 
and machinery factory. The town contains five churches, public 
school, one hospital, skating and curling rink, fire station, electric 
light, waterworks, and sewerage systems. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Lockwood, Venn, Xena, 
Renown and Little Manitou. 

SIGNAL, weekly; E. Garrett, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 coL, 
19^ inches. Circ'n 

WATSON, pop. 300, District of Humboldt, on Iron Spring Creek and 
C. N. R., 399 miles W. of Winnipeg, 426 miles E. of Edmonton, 100 
miles E. of Saskatoon; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
grain growing and stock raising. The town has three churches, 
two schools, two hotels, four elevators, a large creamery, and R. N. W. 
Mounted Police barracks. It is the centre of a fine mixed farming 
country, and is a distributing point for Western Canada for the 
Imperial Oil Co. Good water is found everywhere at moderate 
depth. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Spalding, Englefeld, Jansen and Quill Lake. 

WITNESS, weekly; G. H. Cameron, publisher; established 
1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
inches. Circ'n 



WAWO T A, pop. 250, District of Assiniboia, on the C.P. R., no miles 
S.E. of Regina, 240 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Bank. Chief 
Industry : grain growing. The town has two churches, school, 
two elevators, Government creamery and a number of stores. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Wai- 
pole, Dumas, Fairlight, Kelso, Doonside, Vandura, Langbank, 
Parkman and Kennedy. 

HERALD, weekly; W. R. Peddle, publisher; established 1909; 
independent; Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 22 
inches. Circ'n i 

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WELWYN, pop. 200, District of Qu'Appelle, on the C.P.R., 130 
miles E. of Regina and 2 miles from Manitoba boundary ; Tel. , Ex. 
Chief Industry : farming". Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Cailmount, Hillburn and Prosperity. 

HERALD, weekly; published in Moosomin as a part of the 
World- Spectator. 



WEYBURN, pop. 4,000, District of Assiniboia, on Soo Line branch 
of C. P. R., and on the G.T. P., 90 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : brickyards, milling, bottling works 
and farming. The town contains five churches, schools, land office, 
armoury, hospitals, opera house, four hotels, and is lighted by elec- 
tricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Hume, McTaggart, Halbrite, Colgate, Khedive, Ogema, 
Pangman, Trossachs, Ralph and Goodwater. 

HERALD, semi-weekly; Herald Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1901 ; liberal ; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 : four to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

REVIEW, semi-weekly; T. M. Marshall, publisher; established 
1909; independent; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
six to ten pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 



WHITE WOOD, pop. 550, District of Qu'appelle, on the C. P. R., 
90 miles E. of Regina, and no miles W. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : stock and wheat raising. The town 
contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Percival, Burrows, Stock- 
holm, Kipling and Wawota. 

HERALD, weekly ; Jno. Scott, publisher; established 1892; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n } 



WILKIE, pop. 1,100, District of Battleford, on the main Winnipeg- 
Edmonton line of C. P. R., 106 miles W. of Saskatoon, 35 miles S. 
W. of Battleford ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain 
growing and cattle raising. The town contains three churches, 
public school, immigration hall, two hotels, and elevator and grain 
warehouses. The C. P. R. have shops, round-house, large coal and 
material yards here. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Phippen, Adanac, Swinburne and Re ford. 

PRESS, weekly ; W. J. George and E. N. Carter, publishers ; 
established 1909; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21)^ inches. Circ'n 



WINDTHORST, pop- 350, District of Qu'Appelle, on the C. P. R., 
80 miles S.E. of Regina; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
farming and stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Graytown, Kennedy, Glenavon, Carlsburgs 
Hazelwood, Fitzmaurice, Kipling, Beeston, Neelby and Bender. 

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INDEPENDENT, weekly; E. H. Battely, publisher; 
established 1908; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n } 



WOLSELEY, pop. 1,100, District of Qu'Appelle, on C. P. R., 60 
miles E. of Regina ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
farming', 400 acre nursery and C. P. R. roundhouse. The town 
contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels, four churches, con- 
vent, high and public schools, public library, skating rink and muni- 
cipal electric light plant and five elevators. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Summerberry, Baring, 
Peebles, Ellisboro, Kendal, Glenavon, Montmartre and Candiac. 

NEWS AND GRENFELL SUN, weekly; T. E. Scriver, 
publisher; established 1899; independent; Wednesday; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 21^4 inches. Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 93. 



WOODROW, pop. 150, District of Moose Jaw, on the Shaunavon 
Branch of the C.P.R. ; 100 miles S.W. of Moose Jaw, 71 miles S.E. 
Swift Current ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and 
stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Melaval, Hazenmore, Summer Cove and West Gravel- 
bourg. 

TIMES, weekly; Saskatchewan Publishers, publishers; O. H. 
Redman, manageV ; established 1918; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 



WYNYARD pop. 800, District of Humboldt, on the C. P. R., 120 
miles E. of Saskatoon, 350 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industry : farming. The town contains a court house, 
high school and large flour mill. . Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dafoe, Jansen, Kandahar, Mozart, 
Elfros and Leslie." 

ADVANCE, weekly ; Sigurdscn & Oddsson, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1911; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

YELLOW GRASS, pop. 600, District of Regma, on Portal section 
of C. P. R., 75 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw, and 50 miles S. E. of 
Regina ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: agriculture and 
k raising. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools and an opera house, five elevators, hotel, skating and curl- 
ing rinks, has water works, electric light and fire deparment. It 
stands very high in health reports, and is the centre of the finest 
grain belts in the province. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Lang, Riceton, Colfax and Ceylon. 

HERALD, weekly; J. W. Bailey, editor and proprietor; 
established IQIO ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 1954 inches. Circ'n % 

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YORKTON, pop. 3,500, District of Mackenzie, on C. P. R., C. N. R. 
and G. T. P., 115 miles N. E. of Regina, 200 miles E. of Saskatoon 
40 miles from Manitoba boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : brick and cement block making", woodworking factories, 
flour and cereal mills, farming and ranching The town contains 
eight churches, Catholic and Ruthenian Missions, collegiate 
institute, high and public schools, hospital, court house, Provincial 
Police barracks, town hall, two hotels and nine elevators with a 
storage capacity of 253,000 bushels. Annual grain shipments 
amount to over 2,000,000 bushels. Eleven wholesale houses have 
branches here and with its railway facilities and large tributary 
territory, it is one of the leading wholesale distributing centres in 
Saskatchewan. Yorktori is the police and land titles centre for the 
judicial district of Eastern Saskatchewan, as well as the commercial 
and railway centre. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Rokeby, Beaverdale, Ebenezer, Theodore, 
Calder, Wroxton, Springside, Wallace, Sheho, Rhein, Arcadia and 
Willowbrook. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Enterprise Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1896; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight to ten pages, 7 col., 21 % inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2.OOO 

See Advt. Page 96. 

PRESS, weekly ; R. Denovan, publisher ; established 1915 ; 
liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n itf 

YOUNG, pop. 300, District of Humboldt, on the C. -P. R. and 
G. T. P., 50 miles S.E. of Saskatoon, 117 miles N.W. of Regina ; 
Tel., T. , Ex. , Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Zelma, Colonsay, 
Meachand and Renown. 

JOURNAL, weekly; W. H. Schierholtz, publisher; established 
1912; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. 9 Circ'n )4 



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PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 



Alberta extends from the 49th parallel on the south to the 6oth on the 
north, a distance of 750 miles, and from the noth meridian on the east 
to the i2oth on the west, giving it a breadth of 400 miles. Its area is 
254,559 square miles over 160 million acres, of which 120 million acres are 
suitable for cultivatiori. Up to the present only about three and a half 
million acres are under cultivation. The influx of population has been 
steady and rapid, and there are now 400,000 people making their homes 
in Alberta. 

The eastern part of the province is a rolling prairie, a large part of 
which is admirably adapted to raising the first quality of hard wheat. 
Farther west come the foothills of the Rockies, and a territory probably 
unexcelled for ranching, mixed farming and raising the famous "Alberta 
Red" wheat. Alberta's spring wheat yield, average per acre cultivated 
for 12 years, 1901-1912, 20.62 bushels; winter wheat, 22.51 ; oats, 36.42 ; 
and barley, 26.85. The average value of farm land in the province is $20.46 
per acre. The largest irrigation system in the world is under construction 
in the province and some remarkably fertile land is being opened up. 
The C. P. R. Alberta Irrigation America's greatest irrigation project 
covers : Western section, 1,039,620 acres, 370,000 already under irrigation ; 
Eastern, 1,156,224 acres, 540,000 acres of which are now irrigated. 

Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. have 300 miles built and 100,000 
acres under irrigation ; Southern Alberta Land Co. have about 50 miles of 
main canal completed. There are over 500 miles of irrigation canals in 
the province. 

Alberta's estimated grain yield for the year 1916 was 122,885,000 
bushels and in this same year the Province broke the world's record for wheat 
yield per acre. The last available estimates of the live stock in Alberta 
were : 621,200 horses, 440,310 swine, 539,100 sheep, 394,233 cows, over 
200,000 beef-cattle and 546,176 other cattle, all valued at $110,000,000. 

The mineral production of the province is valued a! about $15,000,000 
annually. Large deposits of coal have been found in "The Pass" district, 
near Medicine Hat, Edmonton, Calgary and other points. In all, the 
province has 16,218 miles of coal land, with estimated contents of 
1,072,627,400,000 tons. Natural gas and petroleum are found at various 
points from the United States boundary to the Peace River district. Zinc 
deposits are extensively worked in the neighborhood of Frank and clay 
mines near Medicine Hat. 

The Peace River District at the north, almost 400 miles square, now 
being opened up for farming, ranks as one of the greatest fur producing 
districts in the world. More raw furs are marketed at Edmonton than in 
any other city. Tests have proved, too, that almost every part of this 
territory will grow wheat and rough grains. 

The province is served by three great railway systems, the Canadian 
Pacific, Canadian National and Grand Trunk Pacific, witt} a total mileage 
at December 31, 1915 of 4,520. Banking facilities are provided by over 
260 branches of Canadian chartered banks. 

In education Alberta is not behind the other provinces having in 
1915-1916 some 2,478 school districts ; 12 school consolidations and 3,082 
schools or classrooms in operation ; with a total of 97,286 pupils. 

The Government consists of a Lieutenant-Governor, Executive Council 
and Legislative Assembly of 56 members. Capital Edmonton. 

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ACME, pop. 200, District of Calgary, on the C. P. R. , 39 miles N. 
of Langdon, 61 miles N. E. of Calgary; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grain growing and cattle raising. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Swalwell, Beiseker and Irricana. 

SENTINEL, weekly; Arthur Wheeler, publisher; established 
1914; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., iyX inches. Circ'n % 

ALIX, pop. 300, District of Red Deer, on the C. P. R., G. T. P. and 
C. N. R., 25 miles E. of Lacombe and 25 miles W. of Stettler ; Tel., 
T. , Ex. , Bank. Chief Industries: coal mining, mixed farming, and 
cattle raising. The town contains three churches, school, town hall, 
masonic hall, opera house and grain elevators. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Bullocksville, Tees 
and Chigwell. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; S. C. Andrews, editor and proprietor ; 
established 1909; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 6 col., i<)/4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

ALLIANCE, pop. 300, District of Red Deer, on Battle River and on 
the C. N. R. Camrose- Alliance branch, 109 miles E. of Edmonton; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. The town is only 
a year old but is growing rapidly. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Lorraine, Merna, Neuchatel and 
Battle Bend. 

TIMES, weekly; John W. Johnston, publisher ; established 1916; 
independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 50O* 

Also publishes Galahad Mail. 

BANFF, pop. r,2oo, District of Calgary, in the Canadian National 
Park, on the Western Division of the C. P. R., 82 miles W. of 
Calgary and 560 miles E. of Vancouver, in the heart of the Canadian 
Rockies; is visited annually by upwards of 50,000 people; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Bank. Fishing, boating, bathing, hunting and camping are 
the principal attractions ; nine first-class hotels and sanatorium. 
It is the leading resort for lovers of winter pastimes skating, 
curling, snow-shoeing, ski-ing, ice-boating, toboganning and has 
an annual winter carnival. The high altitude and bracing atmosphere 
are beneficial to consumptives. Banff is the station for the Rocky 
Mountains Park, the national reservation -of over 10,000 square 
miles, embracing parts of the valleys of the Bow, Spray and Cascade 
Rivers, Lake Minnewanka and several noble mountain ranges. 
Mount Assiniboine, the Matterhorn of the New World, is 20 miles 
south of Banff. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Laggan, Field, Bankhead, Canmore, Exshaw, Gap 
and Kananaskis. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Thos. G. Jenkyns, publisher; established 
1919; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19% inches. ^ 

CRAG AND CANYON, weekly; Crag & Canyon, publishers ; 
established 1899; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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BASHAW, pop. 325, Distrii-t of Camrose, on G. T. P., 70 miles S.E. of 
Edmonton, 125 miles N.E. of Calvary ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry: farming', cattle and hog raising. Surrounding 1 towns and 
villagvs where no papers are published : Tristram, New Norway, 
Duhamel, Asker, Dorenlee, Edensville, Meeting- Creek, Whitebrush, 
Ferintosh and Water Glen. 

STAR, weekly; R. S. Burns, publisher; established 1915; In- 
dependent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
i9-' 4 ' inches. Circ'n ]^ 

BASSANO, pop. 1,000, District of Medicine Hat, on the Bow River and 
a divisional point on the C. P. R. , 83 miles E. of Calgary, 97 miles 
N. \V. of Medicine Hat, 755 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Bassano is the 
site of C. P. R. $5,000,000 irrigation dam. The town has municipal 
hospital, waterworks and sewage disposal plant, incinerator and 
electric lighting system. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Bow City, Latham, Cluny and Crowfoot. 

MAI L, weekly ; Mail Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1913; 
independent-unionist; Thursday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. - Circ'n ^ 

BAVvLF, pop. 300, District of Strathcona, on C. P. R. , 43 miles S.E. of 
Wetaskiwin and 68 miles by rail S. E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T. , Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing, stock raising, dairying and 
coal mining. The town contains two churches, school, opera house, 
hotels and elevators. A splendid grain and stock section. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
New Norway, Kingman, Edberg and Rosalind. 

SUN, weekly; A. L. Easily, publisher; established 1908; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Kittam News, Sedgeuuick Sentinel and Lougheed 
Express. 

BIG VALLEY, pop. 550, District of Red Deer, on the C.N.R., 130 
miles N.E. of Calgary and 52 miles S.E. of Red Deer; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : coal mining. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Ewing, Breda, Scollard, Runv 
sey, Gopher Head, Elnora and Fenn. 

NEWS, weekly; Henry Oke, publisher; established 1916; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.50: eight pages, 5 col., iSinches. 

Circ'n % 

BLAIRMORE, pop. 2,100, District of Macleod, on Crow's Nest and 
Old Man Rivers and Western Division C. P. R., 10 miles E. of 
Crow's Nest Pass, on B. C. boundary lines, 56 miles W. of Macleod, 
170 miles W. of Dunmore Junction ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : coal mining, brick making, saw mills, lime, coke, 
tobacco and macaroni factories. Commercial and distributing 
point of the Crow's Nest Pass coal fields. Surrounding camps and 
towns where no papers are published : Lille, H ilk-rest, Bellevue, 
Byron Creek, McLaren's Siding, Sentinel and Passburg. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. J. Bartlett, publisher; established 
1909 ; independent ; Friday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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BOW ISLAND, pop. 600, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. P. R., 
45 miles W. of Medicine Hat, 65 miles E. of Lethbridge : Tel., T. , 
Ex., "Bank. Chief Industries: farming- and natural gas, of which 
the town has an abundance. The town contains four churches, a 
school and a public hall. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Grassy Lake, Winnifred, Whitla, Seven Persons and 
Burdett. 

REVIEW, weekly, W. P. Cotton, publisher; established 1910; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n 



BROOKS, pop. 600, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. P. R., 120 miles 
S. E. of Calgary ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : agriculture. 
It is the headquarters of the C. P. R. Irrigation Colonization Co. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Cassils, Macbeth and Bantry. 

BULLETIN, weekly; L. D. Nesbitt, publisher ; established 191 1 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CALGARY, pop. 65,000, District of Calgary, on the Bow and Elbow 
Rivers, Western Division C. P. R., 840 miles W. of Winnipeg, 642 
miles E. of Vancouver and 2,255 miles N.W. of Montreal ; Junction 
Point for Edmonton and northern points, for Macleod and southern 
points, and for Golden, B.C., and western points ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, ranching and manufacture ot 
temperance drinks, biscuits, breakfast foods, rolled oats, flour, 
bricks, cement and cement blocks, rough and finished lumber, 
beds and mattresses, show cases, saddlery, tents, confectionery, 
cigars, meat products, soap and waggons. Calgary is beautifully 
situated on a plateau at an altitude of 3,388 feet, overlooked 
by the snow-capped peaks of the Rockies. It is the centre of 
the trade of the northern part of the great ranching country 
and the chief source of supply for the mining districts in the 
mountains beyond. It has 27 branches of Canadian chartered banks, 
excellent police and fire protection, 400 miles of streets with 127 miles 
of granolithic sidewalks, 200 miles of sewers and 179 miles of water 
mains. Calgary has a municipally owned street railway service w.ith 
over seventy-five miles of tracks. The C. P. R. shops for the western 
lines ase located here and employ over 1,500 men. Lumber is largely 
made here from logs floated down the Bow River. Calgary is an 
important Station of the R.N.W.M.P. and a post of the Hudson Bay 
Company. The city contains seventy-one churches, four colleges, 
normal school, high school, thirty-four public schools, two public 
hospitals, nine large theatres, twenty-four hotels, Y. M.C.A. building, 
Y.W.C.A., Carnegie library, railway shops and splendid public 
buildings. 

ALBERTAN, every morning except Sunday; Albertan Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; independent-liberal; sub- 
scription $5.00 by mail, $7.50 in city ; ten to twenty-four pages, 7 
col., 23 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 15,257*f 

WEEKLY; established 1902; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; 
;ight pages, 7 col., 23 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Advt. The Albertan has the largest circulation of any morning daily published 
in\Alberta. For reaching the farming community of this Province the Albertan 
has no equal, 94% of its circulation being distributed in Alberta. It stands for . 
"Truth in Advertising," eliminating all objectionable matter from its columns and 
enjoys to a remarkable degree the confidence of its readers. See Advt. Page 45. 

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HERALD, every evening- except Sunday; J. H. Woods, editor 
and managing: director, The Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1883 ; independent-conservative ; subscription, $5.00 by 
mail, $7.50 in city ; sixteen to thirty-two pages, 8 col., 21 % inches. 

Sworn Circ'n average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 22,478f 

Advt. The Herald is the oldest Daily in the Province, and the leading advertising 
medium between Winnipeg and Vancouver. With a circulation exceeding 21,000, 
it covers a field of 500,000 people in the richest agricultural district on the American 
Continent. Its columns reflect the confidence which advertisers have learned to place 
in its selling power. See Advt. Pages 46 and 47. 

ALBERTA FARMER AND CALGARY WEEKLY HERALD, 

weekly; The Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 
1883 ; independent ; agricultural ; Thursday ; subscription Si.oo ; 
fourteen to twenty-four pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 7,840* 

Advt. The Weekly Herald opened 1018 -with a circulation almost a thousand 
in excess of the average for 101?. and is growing fast. It reaches a clientele who 
are farming the most productive land and reaping the heaviest crops in America. 
If you want them for customers, use the Weekly Herald. See Advt. Pages 46 and 47. 

ARMY AND NAVY NEWS, weekly; The Army and Navy 
Co., publishers; established 1918; official newspaper of the Army 
and Navy Veterans in Canada; Saturday; subscription $2.00; six 
pages, 21*4 inches. 

Advt. The Army and Navy News has had a remarkable success during the past 
nine months, and is now read by thousands of people, the guaranteed circulation 
at date being upwards of 10,000. It is the official newspaper of the A. 6* N. As- 
sociation and is used as the official medium by returned soldiers and sailors. The 
paper circulates in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and the 
United States. See Advt. Page 63. 

DUN'S LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL RECORD, weekly; 
R. G. Dun & Co., publishers; established 1911 ; legal and commer- 
cial; Friday; free to Mercantile Agency subscribers; four pages, 4 
wide col., 1 6 inches. 

MARKET EXAMINER, weekly ; E. D. Marshall and J. A. Grant, 
publishers ; established 1917 ; commercial ; Friday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 15 inches. 

WESTERN WEEKLY REPORTS, weekly; Burroughs & Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1911 ; law reports; about sixty-five 
pages, i wide col., 7^ inches. 

WESTERNER, bi-weekly; The Westerner, Limited, publishers; 
established 1919; financial; every other Tuesday; forms close 
Saturday preceding; subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, 3 col., 10 
inches. 

See Advt. Page 97. 

COMMERCIAL REVIEW, (with which is incorporated Retail 
Merchants' Magazine, Dry Goods and Dress and West Can. Trade 
Gazette), semi-monthly ; Western Canada Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1911 ; trade and finance; ist and 151(1 of month; last 
forms close 25th and loth of month; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-two 
pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 66. 

EYE-OPENER, semi-monthly; Calgary Eye Opener Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1902 ; conservative ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

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FARM AND RANCH REVIEW, semi-monthly; Farm and 
Ranch Review, Limited, publishers ; M. D. Geddes, managing- 
editor ; established 1905 ; agricultural ; 5th and 2Oth of each 
month ; last forms close 4th and igth of month; subscription $1.00; 
forty to ninety-six pages, 4 col., 12^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 31,O42*t 

Advt. Farm and Ranch Review circulates to the extent of one in every twenty- 
five of the English speaking homes in Alberta, the richest province in Western Can- 
ada. The circulation is concentrated on Alberta, Western Saskatchewan and Brit- 
ish Columbia. The facts shown in our advertisement, Page 136, prove "quality 
circulation," the only circulation you should buy. See Advt. Page 136. 

ALBERTA MOTORIST, monthly; Alberta Motorist Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1917; motoring; I5th of month: 
subscription $1.00 ; 32 pages, 3 col., 10 inches. Circ' 



LITTLEBURY'S MAGAZINE, (with which is incorporated 
Practical Gardening, Dog and Poultry Breeding), monthly; A. R. 
Littlebury, publisher; established 1918; horticulture, dog and poul- 
try breeding; ist. of month; subscription $1.00; 3 col., 9^ inches. 

Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 70. 



CAM ROSE pop. 1,700, District of Strathcona, on the C. P. R., 
C. N. R., and G. T. P., 25 miles E. of Wetaskiwin, 70 miles S. E. of 
Edmonton; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, 
ranching, concrete works, brick yard, planing mill and coal mining. 
Besides its stores, the town contains seven churches, two-storey 
brick public school, high school, six wholesale houses, fire hall 
with $10,000 fire fighting plant and three elevators, is lighted with 
gas and electricity, and has a modern waterworks system. Situated 
in the centre of a well settled district. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Killam, Bittern Lake, Bardo, 
New Norway, Hay Lake and Bashaw. 

CANADIAN, weekly; Camrose Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1909; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2 



CARDSTON, pop. 1,527, District of Medicine Hat, on St. Mary's 
River, and Stirling to Spring Coulee branch of Alberta Rail- 
way, C. P. R. branch to Lethbridge, and Irrigation Company 
Railway, 40 miles S.W. of Lethbridge, and 37 miles S. of Macleod ; 
Tel., T., Ex. , Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, quarry, coalmines, 
ranching and agriculture. The town contains, besides its stores, 
three churches, court house, opera house, public and high schools, 
three hotels and three elevtaors, and has waterworks and electric 
light. The Blood Indian Reservation is near here. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Mountain View, 
Boundary Creek, Kimball, Glenwood, Hill Spring, Aetna, Colles, 
Waterton, Taylorville, Woolford, Beazer, Spring Coulee, Leavitt 
and Caldwell. 



GLOBE, weekly; F. Burton, publisher; established 1900; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 
inches. Circ n 



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CARMANGAY, pop. 450, District of Macleod, on the Little Bow 
River and C.P.R., 85 miles S.E. of Calgary, 36 miles N. of 
Lethbridge; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: farming 1 . The 
town has two churches, school, six grain elevators, municipal 
buildings, and electric light and waterworks systems. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published. 

SUN, weekly; A. E. Quayle, publisher ; established 1910 ; liberal; 
Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n % 

CARSTAIRS, pop. 300, District of Calgary, on Calgary and Edmon- 
ton branch of C.P.R., 41 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : stock raising, creameries, cheese factories and 
grain growing. Located in the famous Chinook belt, and surround- 
ed by a splendid winter wheat country. The town contains three 
churches, opera house and a fine four-roomed brick school-house. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published 
Kansas, Neapolis, Sunnyslope and Cremona. 

JOU RNAL, weekly ; Arthur S. Lorimer, publisher ; established 
1905 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17 inches. Circ'n ^ 

CASTOR, pop. 1,654, District of Red Deer, on the Lacombe to 
Moose Jaw branch of the C. P. R., 337 miles N.W. of Moose Jaw, 
150 miles S. E. of Edmonton and 190 miles N. E. of Calgary; Tel., 
T. , Ex. , Banks., Chief Industries: coal mining and farming. The 
town has public and high schools, churches, hospital and immigra- 
tion hall. In the vicinity are sandstone quarries, shales and clays 
suitable for pottery and brick. A municipally-owned well supplies 
natural gas for lighting and heating. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Fleet, Lindsville and Bulwark. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Advance Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1909; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^4" inches Circ'n i 

CHAMPION, pop. 200, District of Macleod, on Lethbridge and Cal- 
gary branch of the C. P. R., 44 miles N.W. of Lethbridge, 82 miles 
S.E. of Calgarv; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Kirk- 
caldy, Cloverville and Optic. 

NEWS, weekly; Rev. F. T. Cook, publisher; established 1919; 
independent; subscription $1.50; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

CHAUVIN, pop. 300, District of Strathcona, on the G.T.P., 160 
miles S.E. of Edmonton, 160 miles W. of Saskatoon ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : mixed farming. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Artland, Ribstone, Dunn, 
Edgerton, Yorker and Winter. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Leonard DAlbertanson, publisher ; es- 
tablished 1914 ; independent; Wednesday; subscription $i. 50 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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CHINOOK, pop- 350, District of Medicine Hat, on the C.N.R., 98 
miles N. of Medicine Hat and 102 miles E. of Lethbridge ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding- towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dobson, Lanfine, Excel, Scotfield 
and Stanmore. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; A. Nicholson, publisher; established 1917; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n 1 



CLARESHOLM, pop. 1,000, District of Macleod, on Calgary and 
Macleod branch of C. P. R., 82 miles S. of Calgary, and 25 miles N. 
of Macleod; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: wheat growing 
and ranching. The town is an educational centre and has six 
churches, Government Experimental Farm, an agricultural college 
and high school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published :NewOxley, Little Bow, Bowville, Lyndon and Meadow 
Creek. 

REVIEW - ADVERTISER, weekly; F. H. Schooley, pub- 
lisher; established 1904; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$2.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n 



COCHRANE,pop. 400, District of Calgary, on C. P. R. , 25milesN.W. 
of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: brick making 
and mixed farming. The town has three churches, public and high 
schools, two hotels and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Glenbow, Mitford and Bearspaw. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; R. J. Hawkey, publisher; established 
1909 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 18 inches. Circ n 



CONSORT, pop. 200, District of Red Deer, on the C.P.R., 160 
miles S. E. of Edmonton and the same distance N. E. of Calgary ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming and stock raising. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Veteran 
and Loyalist. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; Mabel and Wilburn DeWolfe, 
publishers; established 1912; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$i .50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^" inches. Circ'n % 

CORONATION, pop. 800, District of Red Deer, on the C. P. R., 
Lacombe branch, 190 miles S.E. of Edmonton, 150 miles N.E. ot 
Calgary; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. Besides 
churches and school, the town has a hospital, four elevators, water 
works and electric lighting system. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Veteran, Throne, Loyalist, Bulwark 
and Federal. 

REVIEW, weekly; Wm. A. McGillivray and J. ^A. Housiaux, 
publishers; established 1911; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Circ'n ^ 

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CROSSFIELD, pop. 300, District of Calgary, on the C.P.R., 29 
miles N. of Calgary, 160 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Hemsdale, Sampsonton and Wessex. 

CHRONICLE, weekly ; Robt. Whitfield, publisher ; established 
1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 
col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 



DAYSLAND, pop. 400, District of Strathcona, on the Wetaskiwin 
branch of the C. P. R., 51 miles E. of Wetaskiwin, 80 miles S. E. of 
Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : mixed farming. 
Daysland is situated in the wheat belt and has four grain elevators. 
The town has three churches, school and hospital. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Ohaton, Spring 
Lake, Quarrel, Heisler and Rosalind. 

PRESS, weekly; A. A. P. McDowell, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^" inches. Circ'n 



DIDSBURY, pop. 800, District of Red Deer, on the Edmonton section 
of the C. P. R., 48 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour mills, steel culvert works, creameries and mixed 
farming. The' town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
public library and hotel and has modern electric light plant. It is 
situated in an excellent mixed farming district, and ships large 
quantities of milk, cream, hops, cattle, hay and other produce. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Neapolis, Sunnyslope, Lone Pine, Westerdale, Harmattan and 
Westcott." 

PIONEER, weekly; H. E. Osmond, publisher; established 
1902; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages 
5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n 



DRUMHELLER, pop. 425, District of Medicine Hat, on Red Deer 
River and C.N.R., 80 miles N.E. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : mining and farming. The town contains four 
churches, school, two hospitals, two opera houses, elevators, 
nineteen coal mines and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Carbon, Rose- 
bud, Munson and Beiseker. 

MAIL, weekly; G. C. Duncan, publisher; established 1918; in- 
dependent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5OO* 

REVIEW, weekly; Chas. J. Porritt, publisher; established 1913; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., igj 
inches. Circ'n )4 

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EDMONTON, pop. 55,000, District of Edmonton, capital of the Pro- 
vince of Alberta, on the North Saskatchewan River, 825 miles W. of 
Winnipeg-, 190 miles N. of Calgary; on C. N. R., C. P. R. and 
G. T. P. Ry. ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, grist 
and planing mills, brick yards, stock raising, packing plants, 
mining, lumbering and farming. There are over 85 miles of sewers, 
95 miles of water mains, 125 miles of sidewalks and 773 acres of 
public parks. Edmonton has immense quantities of coal directly 
under the city and a million tons are sold annually for export. The 
town contains the provincial parliament building's, thirty churches, 
public schools, twenty-four banks, the University of Alberta and four 
affiliated colleges, and has electric light, power and street car plants 
operated by the city. Three great railway systems center on 
Edmonton the Grand Trunk Pacific, the Canadian Pacific and the 
Canadian National. The Canadian Pacific has a high level 
bridge and terminals which cost $2,500,000. The new Grand 
Trunk Pacific hotel cost $2,000,000. Edmonton is the chief 
central point of the Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Railway, the 
Edmonton, Dunvegan, and British Columbia Railway, and the Alberta 
and Northwestern Railway. Edmonton is the shipping point for a 
rich farming and ranching 1 territory within a radius of 150 miles 
-north, east and west, and is a divisional point on the G.T. P. Ry. At 
present, four railways are building into the Peace River Valley and 
country north and west of Edmonton. ' This country contains 
40,000,000 acres of land and boundless resources of minerals, timber, 
natural gas, water power and cattle ranges. 

BULLETIN, every morning and evening except Sunday ; Bulletin 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903; liberal; subscription, 
$5.00; ten to thirty pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 12,337*1 

NOTE Advertising- space is sold only in conjunction with the 
Semi-Weekly, giving a total circulation of 19,587. 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1880 ; Monday and Thursday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., 22 indie's. Circ'n 7^ 

NOTE Advertising space is sold only in conjunction with the 
Daily, giving a total circulation of 19,587. 

JOURNAL, every evening- except Sunday ; Canadian Newspapers 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1903 ; conservative ; subscription, $7.50 ; 
twelve to forty pages, 8 coL, 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 17,816f 

See Advt. Page 43. 

NOWYNY (NEWS), Ruthenian, semi-weekly ; Commercial 
Printers, Limited, publishers ; established 1912 ; independent; Tuesday 
and Friday ; subscription $3.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

WEEKLY TOPICS, weekly; H. H. Hull Printing Co., pub- 
lishers; established 1904; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pag-es, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 5 

See Advt. Page 77. 

WESTERN VETERAN, weekly; The Great War Veteran's 
Association, publishers; established 1918; historical and literary; 
Friday; subscription $2.00; twenty-four pages, 3 col., 16 inches. 

Circ'n 2 

CANADIAN, Ruthenian, weekly ; Methodist Missionary Society, 
publishers ; established 1912; religious; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 11% inches. 

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L'UNION, French, weekly; P. Fegfuenne, publisher ; establish- 
ed 1917; independent ; "Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col. , 19^ inches. Circ'n 4 

ALBERTA GAZETTE, semi-monthly; official organ of Provin- 
cial Government ; established 1905 ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-two 
pages and upwards, I col. , 8 inches. 

SEARCHLIGHT, monthly; Alberta Social Service League; 
publishers; established 1908; social service and moral reform; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 4 col., n^ inches. Circ'n 3 

ELM OR A, pop. 300, District of Red Deer, on the G.T.P., 85 miles 
N.E. of Calgary, 115 miles S. of Edmonton; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : stock raising and mixed farming. The town has 
consolidated schools, an hotel, two restaurants, two elevators. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Hux- 
ley, Lakeview, Pine Lake, Lousana and Delburne. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Hubert Peters, publisher; established 1918, 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. 

Also publish Three Hills Capital. 

EMPRESS, pop. 700, District of Medicine Hat, on Red Deer and 
South Saskatchewan Rivers and C.P.R., 70 miles N.E. of Medicine 
Hat, 175 miles E. of Calgary and close to the Saskatchewan 
Boundary ; Tel., Banks. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Sharrow, Bind- 
loss and Cavendish. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; A. Hankin and E. S. Sexton, publishers ; 
established 1913; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; six 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n l /t 

Also publish Leader Enterprise. 

ERSKINE, pop. 300, District of Red Deer on the C. P. R., 10 miles 
\V. of Stettler ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 
The town has high school, two elevators, etc. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Stewartwyn, Kanuta, 
Nevis, Oberlin and Warden. 

REVIEW, weekly; Francis Cormack, publisher; established 1912; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inclu'.s. Circ'n 



FORESTBURG, pop. 250, District of Strathcona, on the C. N. R., 
1 10 miles S. E. of Edmonton, and 75 miles S.\V. of Vermilion ; Tel., 
Ex., Rank. Chief Industry: grain farming and coal mining. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publislu-d : 
Hi-isler, Pleasington, Sycamore and Grainland, 

ADVANCE, wt-.-kly ; F. H. Cramer, publisher; established 
1916; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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FORT SASKATCHEWAN, pop. i.ooq. District of Victoria, on 
the Saskatchewan River and C.N.R., 18 miles N. E. of Edmon- 
ton; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming-, stock raising, 
saw and flour mills and coal mining 1 . The town contains four 
churches, school, town hall, fire hall and four elevators. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Ar- 
drossan, Lamoureaux, Beaver Hills and Agricola, 

CONSERVATOR, weekly; J. E. Buchanan, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1913; independent; Wsdnesday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

GLEICHEN, pop. 583, District of Bow River, on the main line of the 
C. P. R., 54 miles E. of Calgary; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming, ranching and coal mining. Besides its stores, the 
town has four churches, a school, two elevators, fire hall and good 
water. It is the centre of the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Coloniza- 
tion Co. 's undertaking, and the surrounding country is rapidly being 
settled. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Strathmore, Namaka and Cluny. 

CALL, weekly; W. Park Evans, publisher and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1907; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

GRANDE PRAIRIE > pop. 700, District of Edmonton, on the Bear 
River, on Edmonton, Dunvegan and B. C. Railway and sur- 
vey of C.N.R., about 250 miles N. W. of Edmonton; Tel., 
T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, flour mills and pork 
packing. The town has a public school, land office, immigration 
office and R. N. W. M. P. barracks. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Clairmont, Sexsmith and Lake 
Saskatoon. 

HERALD, weekly; Grand Prairie Herald, Limited, publishers ; 
established 1913; independent; Tuesday; subscription $2.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

GRANUM, pop. 450, District of Macleod, on the C. P. R., 100 miles S. 
of Calgary ; Tel. , T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming and 
stock raising. The town contains, in addition to a number of good 
stores, five churches, public school, public library, opera house and 
one hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Woodhouse, Nobleford and Monarch. 

HERALD, weekly; Smith & Seimmons. publishers; established 
1918; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
i8}4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

HANNA, pop. 1,200, District of Red Deer, on the C.N.R., 137 miles 
N. E. of Calgary ; Tel. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, min- 
ing, dairying, grain growing and ranching. The town contains town 
hall, school and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Richdale, Stanmore and Craigmyle. 

HERALD, weekly ; H. G. McCrea, publisher ; established 1911 ; 
"Always Independent Never Neutral"; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; six to ten pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept.^o, 1918, 927* 

Advt. The Herald's paid-in-advance circulation for the year ending September 
3Oth, 1918, was an increase of 41 per cent over that of the previous year . "Always 
Independent Never Neutral," it is justifying its slogan "A Paper with a 
Conscience." It covers thoroughly a country of unlimited possibilities, only now 
being opened up with railways. See Advt. Page 64. 

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HARDISTY, pop. 550, District of Strathcona, on the Winnipeg-Edmon- 
ton section of the C. P. R. , too miles S. E. of Wetaskiwin, 140 miles 
S.E, of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, 
dairying and stock raising. The town has two churches, school, 
stores, two hotels and two society halls. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Rosyth, Amisk, Cairns, Metiskow, Czar 
and Cadogan. 

MAIL, weekly ; H. W. Betts, editor and proprietor ; established 
1910; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., ig 3 ^ inches. Circ'n ]^ 



HIGH RIVER, pop. 1,750, District ot Macleod, on Calgary and 
Macleod branch of C.P.R., 40 miles S. of Calgary, and on the High 
Wood River, 68 miles N. of Macleod; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : lumber mill, planing mill, ranching and farming. The 
town has five churches, three schools, town hall, municipal lighting 
plant and water supply. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Gladys, Lineham, Blackie, Aldersyde, 
Ensign, Pekisko and Vulcan. 

TIMES, weekly; Charles Clark, publisher; established 1905; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i 

HOLDEN, pop. 250, District of Strathcona, on the G.T.P., 61 miles 
S.E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 'wheat 
growing and ranching. The town has two churches and a school. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Nestor, 
Earling, Poe, Scona, Bruce, Ryley, Ulster and Martins. 

HERALD, weekly; Holden Herald Co. , publishers ; established 
1910 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n j^ 

INNISFAIL, pop. 750, District of Red Deer, on C. & E. branch 
of the C.P.R., 76 miles N. of Calgary, 119 miles S. of Ed- 
monton; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mixed farm- 
ing and ranching, cheese factory and butter making. The town 
contains, beside its stores, etc., five churches, town hall, fire hall 
and fire department, two elevators, high and public schools, opera 
house, curling rink, hotels, and has municipally owned electric light 
and power. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Penhold, Bowden, Markerville, Lake View, Mayton and 
Tindastoll. 

PROVINCE, weekly; Geo. R. Westland, managing-editor and 
publisher; established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; four to eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Puge 104. 

IRMA, pop. 250, District of Battle River, on the G. T. R. Winnipeg 
and Edmonton line, 100 miles S.E. of Edmonton, 30 miles S. of 
Vermilion, 50 miles from Saskatchewan boundary line; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : oil wells, grain growing, dairying, 
and mixed farming. The town contains church, municipal hall, 
school, machine shop and three elevators. Surrounding towns and 
%-illaj^es whore no papers are published : Jarrow, Kinsella and Philips. 

TIMES, weekly; H. G. Thunell, publisher, H. W. Love, 
editor; established 1916; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; 
four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

Also publish I'lking Xeivs. 

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KILLAM, pop. 250, District of Strathcona, on the C.P.R., 48 miles 
E. of Camrose, 85 miles S. E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : grain growing and mixed farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Bonlea and 
Spring Lake. 

NEWS, weekly ; A. L. Easily, publisher ; established 1911 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n # 

Also publishes Bawlf Sun, Sedgeivick Sentinel and Lougheed 
Express. 

LACOMBE, pop. i, 600, District of Red Deer, on Red Deer and Blind- 
man Rivers and on Calgary and Edmonton branch of the C.P.R., 
C.N.R. and C. & E. Ry., 118 miles N. of Calgary, 75 miles S. of 
Edmonton; Tel. , T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : mixed farming 
and cattle raising, dairying, foundry and machine shop, and brick 
yards. The town contains $50,000 brick school .house, three 
churches and opera house. A Dominion Government Experimental 
Farm has been established here. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Blackfalds, Morningside, Canyon, 
Lamerton, Tees and Bentley. 

WESTERN GLOBE, weekly; Chas. B. Halpin, publisher; 
established 1904 ; independent-conservative ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i%( 

LAMONT, pop. 345, District of Victoria, on C. N. R., 45 miles E. ot 
Edmonton; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. The 
village has five elevators, good stores and a hospital. It also has 
one church and a school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Chipman, Milliard, Mundare, Ross Creek, 
Andrew, Pakan, Smoky Lake, Wahstao, Bruderheim and Whitford. 

GAZETTE, weekly; J. E. Buchanan, publisher; established 
1918; liberal; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 106. 

LEDUC, pop. 600, District of Strathcona, on Calgary and Edmonton 
section of C.P.R., 18 miles S. of Edmonton, 175 miles N. of Calgary ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, planing mills and 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Calmar, Saron, Kavanagh, Millet, Beaumont and 
Conjuring Creek. 

REPRESENTATIVE, weekly; A. R. Ennis, publisher; estab- 
lished 1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n tf 

LETHBRIDGE, pop. 12,400, District of Lethbridge, divisional 
headquarters of the C. P. R., 105 miles S. E. of Calgary, 100 miles 
S. W. of Medicine Hat ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
ranching, stock-raising, farming with and without irrigation, 
macaroni factory, brick yards, flour mills, iron works, rail- 
way shops, sash and door factory and four large coal mines, 
employing 1,650 hands. The city contains twelve churches, Y.M.C. A., 
high, public and separate schools, convent, business college, two 
hospitals, headquarters of Division of Can. N. W. Mounted Police, 

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Dominion Experimental Farm, Dominion Customs and Dominion 
land offices. It has electric Hght, electric street railway, water 
works and a sewerage system. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Warner, Stirling, Coutts, Coaldale, 
Milk River, Diamond City, Monarch, Coalhurst, Magrath and 
Foremost. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday; Lethbridge Herald 
Printing Co., Ltd., publishers, VV. A. Buchanan, managing-director ; 
established 1907 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00; ten to sixteen pages, 
7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 5,59O*f 

WEEKLY, established 1905; Tuesday; subscription $1.50; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i^" 

Advt. Business is good in Southern Alberta. The reason so given on page 44. 
The Lethbridge Herald is the only daily paper in this territory and cavers its field 
thoroughly. Members of the Audit Bureau of Circulations. See Advt. Page 44. 

CANADIAN ADVOCATE, weekly; The Canadian Advocate 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1918; independent; Friday; 
subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2]^ 

See Advt. Page 101. 

LOMOND, pop. 350, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. P. R., 60 miles 
N. of Lethbridge, no miles S. E. of Calgary ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. The town contains 
consolidated school and church. It exports over 1,000,000 bushels 
of wheat annually. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Badger Lake and Kinnondale. 

PRESS, weekly ; Rae L. King, publisher ; established 1916 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 4 col., 
13 inches. Circ'n % 

LOUGHEED, pop. 300, District of Strathcona, on the C.P.R., 120 
miles S.E. of Edmonton; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: 
farming. The town contains two churches, sx-'hool, fire hall, 
hospital and three grain elevators. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Bellshill and Mera. 

EXPRESS, weekly; A. L. Easily, publisher; established 1912 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; six pages, 6 col., 19% 
inches. Circ'n % 

Also publishes Killam News, Baivlf Sun and Sedgewick Sentinel. 

MACLEOD, pop. i, 600, District of Macleod, a divisional point at the 
junction of the Crow's Nest branch and the Calgary and MacLeod 
branch of the C. P. R., 95 miles S. of Calgary and 55 miles E. of 
Crow's Nest Pass on B. C. boundary line; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : coal mining, cattle and horse raising and farming. 
The town contains four churches, good schools and is headquarters 
of the R.N.W.M. P. in Southern Alberta. Surrounded by vast 
deposits of bituminous and anthracite coal. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Brocket, Hazelmere, 
Peigan, Pearce and Kipp. 

NEWS, weekly; News Publishing Co., publishers ; established 
1916; independent ; Thursday; subscription $2.50; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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MANVILLE, pop. 200, District of Victoria, on the C.N.R., 20 
miles W. of Vermilion ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : farming, grist 
mill and machine shop. The town contains three churches, public 
school, two elevators and hotel. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Innisfree and Minburn. 

EMPIRE, weekly ; W. A. Letson, publisher ; established 1913 ; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

MANYBERRIES > pop. 31,0, District of Medicine Hat, on the 
Foremost Division of the C. P. R., 43 miles direct S. of Medicine 
Hat and 100 miles E. of Lethbridge ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries : farming and cattle raising. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Pakowki, Orion, Minda 
and Craigower. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Vin. C. Dunning, publisher; established 
1917; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 
5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n % 

MEDICINE HAT, pop. 11,500, District of Medicine Hat, on the 
South Saskatchewan River and C. P. R., nine miles W. of Dunmore 
Junction, 180 miles S. E. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : coal mining, ranching, glass, pump, brass and windmill 
factories, three flour mills, linseed oil mills, brick yards, sewer pipe 
works, bridge and iron works, bottling works, potteries, roseries, 
planing mills, confectionery manufactory and farming. The city 
contains thirteen churches, good public and high schools, general 
hospital, public library, armoury and eighteen natural gas wells. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Dunmore, Walsh, Suffield, Bowell, Coleridge, Irvine, Hatton, 
Woolchester, Winnifred and Whitla. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday; Medicine Hat News, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1910 ; independent-liberal ; subscription 
by mail $4.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 2o^j inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2,692*f 

WEEKLY, established 1884; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 } inches. Circ'n \y 2 

Advl. The News is the only paper published in the prosperous city of Medicine 
Hat, which is the trading centre of a large agricultural and ranching district. The 
Daily Edition thoroughly covers the city and immediate surrounding district, while the 
Weekly covers the outlying districts not served by the daily mail. Members of the 
A. B.C. Flat rate 17 1-2C. an inch for plate matter. See Advl, Page 71. 

MONITOR, pop. 250, District of Red Deer, on the Coronation 
section of the C.P. R. , 45 miles E. of Coronation, 160 miles S.W. of 
Edmonton, 25 miles W. of Saskatchewan boundary line ; Tel., T.', 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming and ranching. The town con- 
tains two churches, public school, town hall and five elevators. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Bideford, Kirriemuir, Veteran and Compeer. 

NEWS, weekly ; W. S. McCulloch, publisher ; established 1915 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col.,. 
18 inches. Circ'n j^ 

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N ANTON, pop. 750, District of Macleod, on the Macleod-Calgary 
section Western Division ofC. P. R., 52 miles N. of Macleod and 56 
miles S. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: wheat 
growing-, dairying and ranching. The town has five churches, 
four garages, consolidated public and high school and town hall, and 
has gas and electric light. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Parkland, Mace wan and Cay ley. 

NEWS, weekly; A. Z. Jessup, publisher ; established 1903; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. . Circ'n j 

See Adrt. Page 80. 

OKOTOKS, pop. 750, District of Macleod, on the Calgary and 
Macleod section of the C. P. R. , 26 miles S. of Calgary and 80 miles 
N. of Macleod; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mixed farm- 
ing, horse breeding, brick making and lumbering. The town con- 
tains, besides its stores, five churches, school, one hotel, lumber 
and flour mills, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Sandstone, Millarville, Gladys, De Winton, 
Dinton, Lineham, Kew, Black Diamond and Aldersyde. 

REVIEW, weekly; S. R. Hodson, publisher; established 1901; 
unionist; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n y^ 

OLDS, pop. 1,100, District of Red Deer, on the Calgary-Edmonton sec- 
tion of C. P. R., 57 miles N. of Calgary, 137 miles S. of Edmonton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: stock raising and grain 
growing, grist rriill and creameries. The town contains four 
churches, public and high schools, two creameries, demonstration . 
farm, Provincial School of Agriculture and fine fire hall. It is in 
an excellent farming and stock raising district. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Murray Valley, 
Bergen Mound, Curlew, Eagle Hill, Harmattan, Bowden, Neapolis 
and Mayton. 

GAZETTE, weekly; The Gazette Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers; established 1891 ; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ n ^ 

OYEN, pop. 250, District of Medicine Hat, on C.N.R. , 160 miles E. 
of Calgary, 21 miles from Saskatchewan boundary; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming and cattle raising. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Benton, Cereal, 
Excel, and Lanfine. 

NEWS, weekly; A. G. Holmes, publisher; established 1913; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; 8 pages, 6 col., 
1 8 inches. Circ'n X 

PEACE RIVER, pop. 700, District of Edmonton, at the junction of 
Smoky and Peace Rivers, on C. C. R., 318 miles N. W. of Edmonton; 
Tel., T., Bank. Chief Industries : saw mills, brick and lime burning, 
mixed farming and furs. It is the headquarters of Hudson's Bay 
transport service extending 2,500 miles north, and distributing 
centre for Peace River district. The town contains five churches, 
two schools, a hospital, Dominion Lands office and fire hall. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published: Hudson's Hope, 
St. John's, Fort Vermilion, Dunvegan, Waterhole, Shaftesbury, 
McLennan and Bear Lake. 

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RECORD, weekly; Record Printing Co., Limited, publishers; 
established 1914 ; independent-conservative ; Friday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; 6 pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1%. 

See Advt, Page 102, 

STANDARD, weekly; Standard Press, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1917; independent; Thursday ; subscription $2.00; four 
pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

PINCHER CREEK, pop. 1,100, District of Macleod, situated on 
Pincher Creek, on Crow's Nest branch of C.P.R., 35 miles S.W. of 
Macleod and 33 miles E. of Crow's Nest; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : coal mining, flour mill, lumber yards, cattle 
ranching and -farming. The town contains three churches, public 
school,, separate school, waterworks, Municipal Building, Memorial 
Hospital and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Lundbreck, Cowley, Mountain ill, 
Brocket and Fishburn. 

ECHO, weekly; Pincher Creek Echo, publishers; established 
1900; independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 6 and 
7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

PON OK A, pop. 800, District of Red Deer, on Battle River and C.&E. 
branch of C.P.R., 62 miles S. of Edmonton and 130 miles N. of Cal- 
gary ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: lumbering, dairying 
and mixed farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Ferrybank, Earlville, Bismark, lowalta, 
Morningside and Wood River. 

HERALD, weekly; George Gordon, publisher; established 1900; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 95O 

PROVOST, pop. 500, District of Red Deer, on the C.P.R., 180 miles 
S.E. of Edmonton, 190 miles W. of Saskatoon and 10 miles from 
Saskatchewan boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : 
farming. The town has five churches, school, public and masonic 
halls. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Hayter, 
Cadogan, Metiskow, Cairns and Czar. 

NEWS, weekly; Provost Publishing Co., Limited, publishers, 
H. A. Warner, manager; established 1917 ; independent ; Wednes- 
day ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 109 

RAYMOND, pop. 1,200, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. P. R., 
Alberta Ry. & Irr. Co. Ry., 25 miles S.E. of Lethbridge, 97 miles 
S.W. of Medicine Hat; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
sugar refinery, flour mill, knitted goods factory and mixed farming. 
The town has three churches, college and central school. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Spring 
Coulee, Whoopup, Stirling, Welling, New Dayton, Mammoth and 
Brunton. 

LEADER, weekly; F. C. Steele and W. W. Aitken, publishers ; 
established 1903; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; four 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

RECORDER, weekly; Geo. H. Brewerton, publisher; estab- 
lished 1917 ; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

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REDCLIFF, pop. 2,100, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. P. R. 
and South Saskatchewan River, 7 miles \.\\". of Medicine Hat; 
Tel., T., Ex., Hanks. Chief Industries: glass factory, rollingf mills, 
ornamental ironworks, brick plants, foundry ;md machine shop. 
The town has three churches, good school, town hall and a supply 
of natural gas and coal. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Bowell, Aklerson, Stair and Suffield. 

REVIEW, weekly; \V. H. Hatcher, publisher; established 
1911 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

RED DEER, pop. 3,000, District of Red Deer, is very prettily situated 
in a wooded district on the Red Deer River and is a divisional point 
on C. P. R., 95 miles N. of Calgary, 98 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel.,. 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : mixed farming and cattle raising, 
creameries, cheese factory, lumber mill, iron works, brick yard, 
stone quarries and elevators. Besides its stores, the town contains 
five churches, $50,000 school, museum, convent, boarding school, 
good hotels and opera house, hospital for returned soldiers, 
cement sidewalks, and has electric light, waterworks and sewerage 
system. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Penhold, Blackfalds, Evarts, Chigvvell, Sylvan Lake, Leslie- 
ville and Eckville. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Red "Deer Advocate Ltd., publishers; 
established 1901 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 2 1 1^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,3OO 

NEWS, weekly; J. A. Carswell, publisher; established 1905; 
conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 
col., 2\% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 1,3OO* 

See Advt. Page n i. 

SEDGEWICK, pop. 450, District of Strathcona, on the C.P.R., 77 
miles E. of Wetaskiwin, 100 miles S.E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: wheat growing, dairy farming and 
corrugated metal works. The town contains two churches, school, 
fire and concert halls, and Dominion land and immigration offices, 
and adjoining the town are a Provincial Demonstration Farm and a 
C. P. R. ready-made farm colony. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Bellshill and Mera. 

SENTI N EL, weekly ; A. L. Eastly, publisher; established 1908; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; six to eight pages, 
6 col. , 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

Also publishes Bazvlf Sun, K'illam Xeics and Lougheed Express. 

S I AVELY, pop. 500, District of Macleod, on the C. P. R., 74 miles S. 
of Calgary, 35 miles \. of Macleod ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : wheat growing and ranching. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Parkland and Lauren. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Leonard C. Newsom, publisher; 
established 1914 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 216 

See Advt. Page too. 

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STETTLER, pop. 1,700, District ofRed Deer, on C.N.R.and C.P.R., 
50 miles E. of Lacombe, 100 miles S. E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: cigar factory, flour mill, foundry, pork 
packing plant, machine shop, farming- and coal mining-. Stettler is 
situated in the centre of, and is the distributing- point for an 
excellent wheat growing district, which has the advantage of having 
large deposits of good coal. It is growing very rapidly, and has 
now, besides its stores, five churches, school, hotels, elevators, 
court house and Dominion land office. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Botha, Red Willow, Gadsby 
and Halkirk. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; C. L. Willis, editor and publisher; 
established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 



STONY PLAIN, pop. 300, on the G.T.P. and C.N.R., 22 miles W. 
of Edmonton; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, 
stock-raising and lumber mills. Stony Plain has a town hall, fire 
station, two churches, consolidated school and Provincial Experi- 
mental Farm. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Entwistle, Edson, Gainford, Fallis, Spruce Grove and 
Wabamun. 

HERALD, weekly; S. H. Kettle, publisher; established 1919 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. 

See Advt. Page 86. 



STRATHMORE, pop. 600, District of Medicine Hat, on the C.P.R., 
45 miles E. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: 
farming. The town is in the centre of the C. P.R. irrigation belt and 
a prosperous ready-made farm colony is springing up all round. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Langden, Cheadle and Namaka. 

STANDARD (STRATHMORE AND BOW VALLEY), 
weekly ; John Mackenzie, publisher ; established 1909 ; 
independent'; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n \ 



Si ROME, pop. 297, District of Strathcona, on the C.P. R., 85 miles 
S.E. of Edmonton, 200 miles N.E. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries: coal mining, flour milling, grain growing and stock 
raising. There are lignite coal mines nearby which supply the local 
demand they can be developed very considerably. The town has 
two churches, public school, public hall, rinks, two elevators and 
fair grounds. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Bonlea and Spring Lake. 

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DESPATCH, weekly; F. H. Cramer, publisher; established 
1910; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

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TABER, pop. 2,300, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. P. R., 76 miles 
VV. of Medicine Hat, 32 miles E. of Lethbridge ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, ranching and mining-. Besides 
its stores, etc., the town has five churches, three large hotels, two 
public schools, two halls, small flour mills, electric light, and has ten 
coal mines operating. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Purple Springs, Barnwell, Chin and Elcan. 

TIMES, weekly ; Taber Times, publishers, W. C. Blount, man- 
ager; established 1911 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; six to eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ft 

THREE HILLS, pop. 400, District of Red Deer, on the G. T. P., 
60 miles N.E. of Calgary, 140 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : coal mining, stock raising and farming. 
The town has two schools, hotels and four elevators. There are five 
active mines in operation. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Twining, Swallwell, Huxley, Ghost Pine, 
Sarcee, Sunnyslope, Mayton, Curlew and Wimbourne. 

CAPITAL, weekly; Hubert Peters, publisher; established 1913; 
independent; Frfday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n l / 

Also publishes Elnora Advance. 

TOFIELD, pop. 500, on the G. T. P., 40 miles E. of Edmonton; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : mixed farming and dairying. 
There are large coal deposits in the vicinity, and considerable quan- 
tities of coal are now being withdrawn. The town has three 
churches, a public school, town hall and theatre. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Ryley, King- 
man, Chipman and Deville. 

MERCURY, weekly; Tofield Mercury, publishers; established 
1918; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 

6 col., 19^ inches. 

TROCHU, pop. 300, District of Red Deer, on the G.T.P., 78 miles 
N. of Calgary and 40 miles E. of Olds ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming and stock raising. It is the centre of a rich 
grain growing district and has five churches, two "schools, convent, 
hospital and hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Lakeview, Mayton, Huxley, Elnora, Perbeck and Curlew. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Frank Thynne, publisher; established 
1910 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

VEGREVILLE, pop. 1,200, District of Victoria, on the Vermilion 
River and C. N. R., 72 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : sash and door factory, mixed farming and 
ranching. A prosperous agricultural town, founded in 1905 and 
surrounded by rich farming lands. It has, besides its stores, four 
churches, high, public and separate schools, convent, town hall, 
four garages and two hospitals. The town has electric light plant, 
sewerage and water works, and a natural gas well. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Lavoy, Innisfree, 
Ranfurly, Mundare, Chipman, Beaver Lake and St. Paul. 

OBSERVER, weekly; A. L. Horton, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50; eight to twelve pages, 

7 col., 21 % inches. Circ'n i 
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VERMILION, pop. 1,200, District of Victoria, a divisional point on 
the main line of the C. N. R., 129 miles E. of Edmonton and 700 
miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Vermilion is beautifully 
located on the hig-h bank overlooking the Vermilion River, a tribu- 
tary of the North Saskatchewan. Chief Industries : flour mill, 
brick yard, machine shop, stock raising, dairying and grain grow- 
ing. Vermilion is the centre of one of the best mixed farming dis- 
tricts in the west. Besides its various stores, the town contains five 
churches, public schools, agricultural college and demonstration 
farm, three hotels, lumber yards, implement warehouses, Dominion 
lands office and Board of Trade, over 60 business houses and has 
electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Kitscoty, Islay, Mannville, Denwood, Lavoy, St. 
Paul de Metis and Ranfurly. 

STANDARD, weekly; Vermilion Printing and Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1909; independent ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 

See AdvL Page 112. 

VIKING, pop. 300, District of Strathcona, on the G. T. P., 80 miles 
S. E. of Edmonton, 185 miles N.E. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : dairy and grain farming and flour milling. 
The town contains a school, several business blocks and four 
elevators. A 'flow of gas has been struck nearby. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Bruce, Nestor, 
Kinsella and Philips. 

NEWS, weekly; H. G. Thunell, publisher; established 1913; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n 



Also publishes Irma Times. 

VULCAN, pop. 675, District of Macleod, on the C.P.R., 70 miles 
N.W. of Lethbridge, 80 miles S.E. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industry : farming. The town contains a theatre, public 
school and church. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Brant, Loma, Kirkaldy and Reidhill. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; R. W. Glover, publisher; established 
1913; independent; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50; six to 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

WAINWRIGHT, pop. 1,200,- District of Strathcona, a divisional 
point on the G.T.P., 126 miles S.E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour mills, brick yards, mixed farming, 
livestock and grain growing. The town contains four churches, 
two schools, two hotels, hospital and customs house, rink, grain 
elevators and has municipally - owned public utilities. It has a park 
with the largest herd of buffalo in the world. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Heath, Edgerton, Clark Manor, 
Ribstone, Greenshields, Dunn, Yarrow and Kinsella. 

STAR, weekly; C. R. Morrison, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
21 inches. Circ'n $ 

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WETASKIWIN, pop. 2,700, District of Strathcona, at the junction 
of the Winnipeg' to Edmonton and Calgary to Edmonton branches 
of C. P. R., 45 miles S. of Edmonton, 152 miles N. of Calgary; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering-, brickyard, mattress 
factory, foundry, bottling works, creameries, flour milling 1 , stock 
raising and fanning-. The town contains four hotels, five large 
grain elevators, public and high schools, seven churches, town hall, 
opera house, hospital and has natural gas, electric light plant and 
water works. It is the market for the Beaver Lake and Battle River 
settlements and the centre of a splendid farming community. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Millet, 
New Norway, Malmo, Battle River, Hobbema, Westerose, Falun, 
Duhamel, Gwynne, Bittern Lake, Bright View, Yeoford, Mulhurst, 
Minniehik, Angus Ridge and Lewisville. 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; A. H. Liversidge,, publisher; estab- 
lished 1911 ; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., ig/^ inches. 

TIMES, weekly; V. C. French, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages up, 7 col., 21 % inches. 

Circ'n if 



YOU N GSTO W N , pop. 700, District of Medicine Hat, on the C. N. R. , 
135 miles N.E. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
grain growing and stock raising. The Provincial Government has just 
purchased 320 acres of land adjoining the townsite of Youngstovvn 
for the purpose of building a Demonstration Farm and Agricultural 
College. Work is now under way. The town contains public school, 
six elevators and sub - agency of Dominion Lands. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Stanmore, Scot- 
field, Richdale and Cereal. 

PLAINDEALER, weekly; Edward G. Quick, publisher; estab- 
lished 1913; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight 
to twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ"n 

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BRITISH COLUMBIA 



British Columbia has a land area of 395,000 sq. miles and a water area 
of 2,439 sq. miles. The population at the last census was 392,480. The 
province has a greater variety of climate than any other in Canada, 
for while the upper slopes of the Rockies are as cold as Labrador, the 
southern coast is so warm that oranges have been ripened in the open air. 
Taken as an average the climate is mild and equable and resembles that 
of many parts of England. Its many splendid valleys and level plateaus 
are exceedingly fertile. Its seven thousand miles of coast line, embracing 
hundreds of harbors; its unrivalled fisheries; its stupendous forests; its 
incalculable wealth in minerals and its peculiar geographical position on 
the Pacific Coast, all mark out the province as one of the imperial realms 
of the future. 

Agriculture and fruit growing are rapidly becoming more important, 
producing twenty-five million dollars worth annually. The southern 
valleys are already famous for their apples, while peaches, pears, plums, 
cherries and smaller fruits are claiming much attention. 

British Columbia has the greatest compact area of merchantable 
timber in America, estimated at 182,750,000 acres and 350 billion feet. 
The annual timber cut averages two billion feet, from about 800 logging 
camps and 425 mills. 

In fisheries, the Province is immensely rich. The total catch in 
1915-16 was valued at $14,538,320, while the canned salmon pack 
amounted to 1,132,000 cases. 

The wealth of British Columbia in minerals can scarcely be cal- 
culated, for tracts of country, thousands of square miles in extent, are as 
yet untraversed by the prospector, and many regions known to be rich in 
minerals cannot yet be reached by railways. Yet the production up to 
1915 totalled over 516 million dollars, and the annual production aver- 
ages between 30 and 40 million dollars. For 1915 the figures were: gold, 
$5,937,934; silver, $1,588,991; lead, $1,939,200; copper, $9,835,500; coal, 
$5,638,852; coke, $1,475,226; other minerals, including mercury, galena, 
cinnibar, platinum, antimony and salt, $1,571,181. The coal of the 
province ranges from common lignite to anthracite and most of it is 
admirably suited for steam purposes. The steam shipping trade of the 
whole American coast of the Pacific is now looking to British Columbia 
for its coal supplies. In addition to the vast supplies of coal on Van- 
couver Island, the extensive beds of the Crow's Nest Pass have been 
proved to be excellent steam coal. The coal bearing areas so far explored 
' are 65,000 sq. m. in extent, the quantity underlying portions of this area 
being estimated at four and a half to nine million tons per square mile, 
the total deposits having been computed at over 45 million tons. Gold 
is found in greater or less quantity all over the province, but the mines 
of the Kootenay and Cariboo districts are becoming prominent as quartz 
mining regions, while the Cassiar, Atlin Lake and other regions have 
developed rich placer mines. 

British Columbia has over 650 manufacturing establishments, with 
33,312 employees, producing annually goods to the value of $65,000,000. 
Manufacturing is aided by the enormous available water-power, as well 
as the abundance of coal. Banking facilities are provided by 250 
branches of Canadian Chartered Banks. 

The province is represented in the Dominion Parliament by three 
senators and seven members of the House of Commdhs. The local 
government is carried on by a single chamber, the Legislative Assembly, 
having 42 members. Capital, Victoria. 

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ABBOTS FORD f pop. 800, District of New Westminster, on the 
Mission sub-division of the C. P. R., on the Great Northern Ry. 
and on the B. C. Electric Ry., 40 miles S. E. of Vancouver; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, lumber and shingle 
mills, and manufacture of fire clay, bricks and tiles. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Clayburn, 
Huntingdon and Aldergrove. 

POST, weekly; J. A. Bates, publisher; established 1910; inde- 
pendent; Friday, subscription $1.00; four pages, 5 col., 16 inches. 

Circ'n Yi 
Also publishes Mission City Fraser Valley Record. 

ARMSTRONG, pop. 1,200, District of Yale-Cariboo, on S. & O. 
branch of C. P. R., 35 miles from main line, 225 miles N. E. of 
Vancouver, 250 miles W. by S. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries: fruit growing, cattle raising and general, farming, 
flour and saw mills, sash and door factory, brick making and 
creamery. The town has waterworks and electric light, six 
churches, high and public schools, armoury and a hospital. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Enderby, Larkin, Grindrod, Mara, Lansdowne, Hullcar and Mable 
Lake. 

COMMONER, weekly; Walker & Gary, publishers; established 
1902; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19H inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 62. 

ASHCROFTj pop. 500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the main line 
of the C. P. R., 200 miles N. E. of Vancouver and 45 miles W. of 
Kamloops; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The Provincial Government 
offices are located at Ashcroft. Chief Industries: stock raising, 
fruit farming and agriculture. The town contains besides its 
stores, etc., three churches, school and jail. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Barkerville, Clinton, 
Soda Creek, Quesnel Forks, Basque, Sparsum, Spence's Bridge, 
Lytton, Savona, Semlin and Chilcoten. 

JOURNAL, weekly; R. D. Gumming, editor, Ashcroft Print 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1895; independent; Saturday; 
subscription $2.00; four to six pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

CHILLIWACK, pop. 1,700 District of Westminster, on the south 
bank of the Fraser River, on the B. C. Electric Ry. and on the 
main line of the C. N. R.; 60 miles E. of Vancouver and 10 miles 
from the U. S. boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Steamers daily 
to New Westminster, and ferry twice a day to Harrison Mills and 
Agassiz on the main line of the C. P. R.; connected by electric line 
with Vancouver. Chief Industries: fruit and hop growing, dairy- 
ing, poultry and stock raising, mixed farming, fruit canning and 
evaporating, lumbering, mining and fishing. It is situated in a 
valley surrounded by high mountains. The town contains five 
churches, public and high schools, technical school, opera house 
and two hotels, with electric light, sewerage and waterworks 
systems, and just outside the town, in the village of Sardis, is a 
large Indian mission. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Rosedale, Agassiz, Hope, Sardis and Har- 
rison Mills. 

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PROGRESS, weekly; The Columbian Co., Ltd., publishers, 
J. D. Taylor, managing director; established 1891; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Circ'n 1 



COURTENAY, pop. 625, District of Comox, on the Courtenay 
River and Esquimalt and Nanaimo Ry., 55 miles from Welling- 
ton, 125 miles N. W. of Victoria, on Vancouver Island; Tel., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, condensed milk and butter 
factories and boat building. The town contains public and high 
schools, hospital, city hall and large logging camps. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Union Bay, 
Comox, Powell River and Campbell River. 

COMOX ARGUS, weekly; A. Hope Herd., publisher; estab- 
lished- 1918; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 



CRANBROOK, pop. 2,500, District of East Kootenay, on the 
Crow's Nest Pass division of the C. P. R., 350 miles E. of Van- 
couver, 100 miles W. of the Crow's Nest Pass, and 35 miles from 
the U. S. boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
farming, fruit growing, lumbering and mining. The town con- 
tains besides its stores, three saw mills, sash and door factory, 
electric light, water works and cold storage plants and seven hotels. 
Cranbrook is a railway divisional point and a typical western 
railroad town. It is the centre of trade for the mining interests 
as well as for the rapidly growing ranching industries. It is the 
principal lumber manufacturing point in East Kootenay, having 
numerous saw mills operating at the outskirts of the city. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Dorr, 
Wycliffe, Marysville, Bull River, Elko, Hanbury, Gateway, Waldo, 
Jaffray, Wasa, Windermere, Kingsgate, Cordona, Galloway, Glen- 
lilly, Sirdar, Wattsburg, Canal Flats, Fort Steele, Wardner and 
Kimberley. 

HERALD, weekly; Cranbrook Herald Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1898, unionist; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 
7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n 



GARDSTON pop. 400, District of Kootenay, on Kootenay Lake and 
C.P.R., 67 miles S. W. of Cranbrook, 68 miles by rail S. E. of 
Nelson and five miles from the U. S. boundary; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries: lumbering, farming and fruit growing. 
It is the largest strawberry producing area in British Columbia. 
The town contains four churches, public schools, two opera houses 
and an excellent water works system. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Sirdar, Kitchener, Wyn- 
dell, Ericson and Canyon City. 

REVIEW, weekly; C. F. Hayes, publisher; established 1907; 
independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 5 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n % 

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CUMBERLAND, pop. 2,000, District of Comox-Atlin, on Welling- 
ton Colliery Ry., 140 miles X. of Victoria and 10 miles W. of 
Union Bay, the town's shipping point; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: coal mining and lumbering. The town contains four 
churches, high school, two theatres, six hotels, city hall and has 
electric light. The collieries employ about 1,600 men, and the 
monthly output of coal amounts to 60,000 tons. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Alexander, 
Bevan, Puntledge, Minto, Royston, Oyster Harbour and Oyster 
Bay Siding. 

ISLANDER, weekly; Edward W. Bickle, publisher; established 
1909; conservative; Saturday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n % 



DUNCAN, pop. 1,800, District of Nanaimo, on the C. P. R., and 
Cowichan River, 42 miles N. W. of Victoria, 40 miles S. E. of 
Nanaimo on Vancouver Island; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief In- 
dustries: farming, fruit growing, poultry and live stock raising, 
saw and planing mills and the Cowichan Creamery. The town 
contains four churches, high and public schools, three hotels, 
hospitals, opera house, agricultural hall and grain elevator, and 
has a new Diesal electric power plant. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published: Cheminus, Somenos, Westholme, 
Crofton, Koksilah, Cowichan Station, Cobble Hill, Cowichan Bay 
and Cowichan Lake. 

COWICHAN LEADER, weekly; Cowichan Leader Printing 
and Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1900; indepen- 
dent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; six to eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n 1 



FERNIE, pop. 6,000, Kootenay District, on the Crow's Nest section 
of C. P. R. and terminus of G. N. Ry. branch from Rexford, Mont., 
in The Pass, 35 miles W. of the Summit, and the headquarters of 
the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.; Tel., T., Ex., -Banks. Chief In- 
dustries: coal mining, coke works, lumbering, R. R. shops and saw 
mills. Good hunting and fishing. The town has five churches, 
substantial business buildings and a $65,000 court house. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Cokato, Jaffray, Wardner, Corkin, Coal Creek, Baynes, Waldo, 
Gateway and Sparwood. 

DISTRICT LEDGER, weekly; District 18, U. M. W. of A., 

publishers; established 1918; labor; Friday; subscription $1.25; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21 ^ inches. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; J. R. Wallace & Co., publishers; 
established 1899; conservative; Friday; subscription $2.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n 1 

GOLDEN, pop. 700, Kootenay District, on the Columbia River 
and C. P. R., 96 miles N. E. of Revelstoke, 140 miles W. of Cal- 
gary; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, farming, 
fruit growing and mining. Golden is the distributing point for 
mails in the East Kootenay district, and is the point of departure 
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In the vicinity are rich gold, silver and copper mines, to develop 
which a smelter has been erected. Golden is noted for its beauti- 
ful scenery, and is visited by many tourists. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Leancoil, Otter Tail, 
Stephen, Palliser, Beaver, Invermere, Wilmer, Edgewater, Win- 
dermere, McMurdo, Sinclair, Field, Donald, Glacier House, Car- 
bonate and Athalmer. 

STAR, weekly; Golden Star Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1903; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19K inches. Circ'n } 



GRAND FORKS, pop. 3,000, District of Yale- Cariboo, at the 
confluence of North Fork with Main Kettle River, on the Col- 
umbia & Western branch of C. P. R., the V. V. & E. Ry. (branch 
of Great Northern), and the Kettle Valley lines, about 95 miles 
S. W. of Nelson, 300 miles E. of Vancouver and very close to the 
U. S. boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: smelting, 
lumbering, mining, fruit growing, round house and railway repair 
shops, saw and planing mills, box and sash and door factories, 
cabinet shop, iron foundry, two breweries, cannery, large green- 
house and extensive nurseries. Fruit growing in the surrounding 
district is becoming an important industry and Granby Smelter 
here is the largest in Canada. The town has five churches, public 
and high schools, theatre, hospital, electric light, water works and 
fire department. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Fife, Midway, Rock Creek, Kettle Valley, Jewel 
Mine, Farron, Christina Lake, Franklin Camp, Cascade, Gilpin, 
Fisherman, Eholt Jet. and Carson. 

GAZETTE, weekly; The Gazette Printing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers; established 1896; conservative; Saturday; subscription 
$2.00; four pages, 7 col., 21 Yi inches. Circ'n 

SUN, weekly; G. A. Evans, publisher; established 1901; liberal; 
Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17% inches. Circ'n 



GREENWOOD, pop. 1,200, District of Yale-Cariboo, on C. P. R., 
117 miles S. W. of Nelson and about seven miles from the United 
States boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mining 
and smelting. The town contains besides its stores, etc., a 
hospital, five hotels, churches and high and public schools. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published: Eholt, 
McKinney, Fairview, Phoenix, Rock Creek and Midway. 

LEDGE, weekly; R. T. Lowery, publisher; established 1893; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 7 coK, 
21 Y-i inches. Circ'n % 

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KAMLOOPS- pop. 5,500, District of Cariboo, at the confluence 
of the North and South Thompson Rivers, on the C. P. R. and 
C. N. R., 250 miles N. E. of Vancouver, 291 miles W. of Calgary; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. It is the distributing centre for the Nicola, 
Okanagan, Grand Prairie, North Thompson and Spallumcheen 
valleys, which are the important agricultural sections of the upper 
country. Chief Industries: iron and copper mining, two saw mills, 
fruit growing, lumbering ranching and mixed farming. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, brewery, cigar 
factories, court house, hospital, convent, land registry office, and 
old man's home, has electric light, good water works system and 
fire department, has good stage connection to all points. The 
climate is dry and healthy, and ideal for throat and lung troubles. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Clinton, Lytton, Louis Creek, Notch Hill, Shuswap, Savona, ' 
Yale, Chase, Pemberton, Douglas, Grand Prairie and Ducks. 

STANDARD-SENTINEL, semi-weekly; F. E. Simpson, man- 
ager, The Kamloops Press Ltd., publishers; established 1880; 
independent; Tuesday and Friday; subscription $3.00; eight to 
ten pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1J^ 

TELEGRAM, weekly; Patterson and Duncan Bros., publishers; 
established 1916; Thursday; independent-liberal, subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1 

Advt. Kamloops is the centre of the livestock, farming and mining district of 
the interior of British Columbia. The Telegram is the keystone from which to start 
your advertising campaign in this district. It reaches more people in this district 
than any other publication. Our books are always open for investigation by adver- 
tisers. Advertising rates on application. See Advt. Page 68. 

KASLO, pop. 1,200, District of Kootenay, on Kootenay Lake, and 
terminus of Kaslo-Nakusp branch of C. P. R., 40 miles N. E. of 
Nelson; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: smelting, mining, 
ore sampling, fruit growing and lumbering. The town has railway 
connection with Sandon, B.C., and has also a regular line of 
steamers to Nelson, B.C., and Lardo, B.C. It is the outlet of 
the Slocan district. The town contains churches- of all denomina- 
tions, town hall, a good hotel, fire department, water works, 
electric light, Government offices, opera house and numerous 
stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Whitewater, Pilot Bay, Bear Lake, Trout Lake, Fer- 
guson, Ainsworth, Lardo, Argenta, Howser, Gerrard and Proctor. 
KOOTENAIAN, weekly, H. W. Power, publisher; established 
1895; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 
6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n % 

K BLOWN A, pop. 3,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the E. side 
of Okanagan Lake, 28 miles S. of Okanagan Landing, its nearest 
station on Pacific division of C. P. R., 35 miles S. of Vernon, Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: fruit packing, canning, brick 
works, fruit and vegetable evaporating plants, saw mill, sash 
and door factory and furniture factory. The town is prettily 
situated and has five churches, public and high schools, hospital, 
exhibition hall and three hotels, and has municipal electric light 
plant and waterworks. It is the shipping point for the central 
part of the famous fruit-growing Okanagan Valley. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Rutland, 
Ellison, Okanagan Mission, Okanagan Centre and Westbank. 

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COURIER AND OKANAGAN ORCHARDIST, weekly; Geo. 
C. Rose, publisher; established 1905; independent-liberal; Thurs- 
day; subscription $1.50; six pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 72. 

RECORD, weekly; John Leathley, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 6 col., 
inches. Circ'n J 



LADYSMITH, pop. 2,500, District of Nanaimo, on the E. & N. Ry. 
10 miles S.E. of Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries: coal mining and smelting. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: South Welling- 
ton, Blaney and Chemainus. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Carley & Carley, publishers; established 
1908; unionist; Saturday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n J 

MARPOLE, pop. 1,700, District of Vancouver South, on the North 
Arm of the Fraser River, 6 miles from Vancouver, 10 miles from 
New Westminster. Bank. Chief Industries: lumber, fishing, 
farming, flour mill, steel, rolling mill and market gardening. The 
town has four churches, school, two hotels and electric light. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Steveston, Kerrisdale and Ladner. 

GAZETTE AND HOME NEWS, (RICHMOND, POINT 
GREY, DELTA AND FRASER VALLEY); weekly; Paton & 
Cooper, publishers; Business Office: Dominion Building, Van- 
couver; established 1908; independent; Saturday; subscription 
$1.50; six pages, 6 col., 21 inches Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 96. 

MERRITT, pop. 2,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Nicola and 
Coldwater Rivers, C.P.R., and Kettle Valley Ry., about 65 miles 
S.W. of Kamloops; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw 
mill, coal mining, horse and cattle raising, fruit growing 
and farming. The town contains schools, four churches, jail and 
four hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Coutlee, Middlesboro, Nicola, Lower Nicola, Spence's 
Bridge, Lytton, Clapperton, Canford and Quilchena. 

HERALD, weekly; J. W. Ellis, publisher; established 1903; 
liberal; Friday; subscription $2.00; four to eight pages, 6 col., 
inches. ' Circ'n 



MISSION CITY, pop. 1,200, District of New Westminster, on the 
Fraser River, and at the junction of the C.P.R. main line with the 
southern branch connecting with all lines south, 42 miles E. of 
Vancouver; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: fruit growing, 
jam making, creamery, lumbering, fishing, fire clay, brick works 
and box factory. The town contains three churches, public and 
high schools, R. C. mission school and three hotels. The sur- 
rounding district is ideal for fruit growing. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Silverdale, Whon- 
nock, Haney, Hammond, Dewdney, Deroche, Harrison, Clay- 
burn, Agassiz and Ruskin. 



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FRASER VALLEY RECORD, weekly; J. A. Bates, publisher; 
established 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
six pages, 5 col., 16 inches. Circ'n \h 

Also publishes Abbotsford Post. 

NANAIMO, pop. 10,000, District of Nanaimo, on the east coast of 
Vancouver Island, Gulf of Georgia and E. and N. Ry., 70 miles N. 
of Victoria and 40 miles W. of Vancouver, on the Island division of 
C.P.R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: coal mining, 
herring fisheries, lumber mills and farming. The city contains 
eight churches, hospital, three theatres, public and private schools, 
court house, city hall and fire hall, and it is the chief depot of 
the Western Fuel Coal Mining Company, who own 33,000 acres 
of land. It has the best harbour on the coast, being easy of en- 
trance, with a good depth of water and fine anchorage. It has 
electric light, a good water system and a fire department with steam 
fire engines. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Chase River, Wellington, Extension and Northfield. 

FREE PRESS, every evening except Sunday; E. Marshall, 
publisher; established 1874; conservative; subscription $3.00; 
four pages, 7 col., 21^4 inches. Circ'n 1 J^ 

HERALD, every morning except Monday; R. R. Hindmarch, 
proprietor; established 1900; independent; subscription $6.00; 
four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2.OOO* 

See Advt. Page 87. 

NELSON, pop. 7,500, District of Kootenay, on the West Arm of 
Kootenay Lake and Western branch of C.P.R., and northern 
terminus of Spokane Falls and northern branch of G. N. Ry., 
60 miles N.E. of Grand Forks, 180 miles S.W. of Calgary; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mining, smelting, lumbering, 
breweries, machinery, planing, sash and door __ factories, shingle 
mill, wire works, iron foundries and machine shops. Nelson is the 
centre of the Kootenay- Boundary Mining district of British Colum- 
bia, which produced in 1916, 60 per cent of the total mineral output 
of the province. Copper, lead and zinc in large bulk is found. 
It is the wholesale and jobbing centre for Southern British Col- 
umbia. It is also the headquarters of the district for the Pro- 
vincial Government and the judicial centre of the Kootenay dis- 
trict. The C.P.R. have large yards and repair shops here. Excel- 
lent hotel accommodation. The city owns electric light and power 
plant, street railway and gas works. In amusements and means 
of entertainment Nelson is well supplied there are club houses, 
an opera house, and other social and athletic associations. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published: Sil- 
verton, Roseberry, Nakusp, Arrowhead, Ainsworth, Sirdar, San- 
don, Proctor, Slocan City, Salmo, Erie and Castlegar. 

NEWS, every morning except Sunday; News Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1902; unionist; subscription $5.00 
by mail, $6.00 in city ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 4,989* 
See Advt. Page 100. 

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NEW HAZELTON, pop. 300, District of Comox-Atlin, on the 
Bulkley River and G. T. P. Ry., 180 miles N. E. of Prince Rupert, 
730 miles N. E. of Vancouver; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries: silver, gold, copper, zinc, and lead mining, farming, 
trapping and planing mill. The town is the chief shipping and 
supply point for a great new country north and east, rich in min- 
erals, coal and timber. Immense water powers are available in 
the town. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Nash, Morricetown, Telkwa, Andimul and Ellison. 

OMIIMECA HERALD, weekly; C. H. Sawle, publisher; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 
5 col., 15J4 inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 102. 

NEW WESTMINSTER. pop . 18,000, District of New Westmin- 
ster, on the Eraser River, 15 miles from its mouth, and on C.P.R. 
and G.N.Ry., 12 miles S.E. of Vancouver, 75 miles N.E. of Vic- 
toria; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: salmon fisheries, 
lumbering, oatmeal and woollen mills, machine and boiler shops, 
foundries, furniture factory, can factory, cold storage, saw mills, 
ship-building, brass-works, tannery, railway car building, car- 
riage works and canneries. New Westminster is connected with 
Vancouver, Chilliwack and Eburne by an electric railway, 
and a million dollar public bridge, carrying the tracks of 
the G.N. Ry. and B.C. Elec. Ry., crosses the Eraser River 
opposite New Westminster. It has two cathedrals, churches, high, 
public and private schools, free library, Provincial and Dominion 
government offices, court house, penitentiary, jail, asylum, hos- 
pitals, theatres and opera house. The city owns its electric lighting 
plant for streets and houses, water systems and nearly two miles 
of harbour frontage. There are daily steamers to ports up and 
down the Eraser, a tri-weekly line to Victoria, and steam and 
electric railway connection with Vancouver. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Port Moody, South 
Westminster, Port Hammond, Port Kells, Port Haney, Clover- 
dale, Edmonds, Silverdale, Coquitlam, Surrey Centre, Langley, 
Huntingdon, Ladner and Steveston. 

BRITISH CO LU M BIAN, every evening except Sunday; The 
Columbian Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1886; unionist; sub- 
scription $4.00; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 19H inches 

Circ'n 3 

WEEKLY, established 1860; Monday; subscription $1.00; 
forty pages, 4 col., 19% inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page no. 

NORTH VANCOUVER, pop. 9,000, District of Vancouver, on 
Burrard Inlet, opposite Vancouver, and two miles distant; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: shipyards and marine ways, 
creosoting works, engineering works, car works, wood working 
factories, fish curing and packing and logging camps and mines 
near by. It is an incorporated city, has city hall, schools and 
churches, electric railway, electric light, a deep sea water front- 
age and ferry service to Vancouver. 

NORTH SHORE PRESS, weekly; North Shore Press Ltd., 
publishers; established 1905; unionist -conservative; Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00; six to eight pages, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n 1% 



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PENTICTON, pop. 3,100, District of Yale-Cariboo, at the south 
end of Okanagan Lake, on Kettle Valley R., connecting with 
C. P. R. daily boat service on Okanagan Lake; 40 miles S. of Kel- 
owna, 250 miles E. of Vancouver, 73 miles S. of Vernon; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. The town is exceptionally well situated and laid 
out; has steamboat connection with Okanagan Landing on the 
north, the terminus of the S. & O. branch of the C. P. R., and 
is the headquarters of the K. V. R., the new C. P. R. short line 
through Southern B. C. Chief Industries: fruit growing, includ- 
ing apples, plums, pears, peaches, grapes, apricots and cherries; 
poultry and stock raising, canning, de-hydrating plant, saw mill, 
cold .storage plant and railway shops. The town contains muni- 
cipal hall, high and public schools, seven churches, C. P. R. hotel 
and electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Naramata, Peachland, Keremeos, Carmi, 
Allen Grove, Marron Lake, Fairview, Osoyoos, Hedley, Kaleden 
and Okanagan Falls. 

H ERALD, weekly; Penticton Herald Printing and Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1911; conservative; Thursday; sub- 
scription $2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1^ 

See Advt. Page 75. 



PORT ALBERNI, pop. 1,000, District of Comox-Atlin, on the 
Alberni Canal and Somas River, C.P.R., 59 miles N.W. of Nan- 
aimo, 100 miles N.W. of Vancouver and 140 miles N. W. of Vic- 
toria; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumber and shingle 
mills, fishing, mining and agriculture. The town contains four 
churches, three hotels, two schools, hospital, electric light and 
waterworks and fire department. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published: Alberni, Bamfield, Clayo- 
quot, and Sandwick. 

NEWS, weekly; Port Alberni Printing and Publishing Co., 
Limited, publishers; established 1907; independent; Wednesday; 
subscription $2.00; four to six pages, 5 col., 15 inches. 



PRINCE GEORGE, pop. 2,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, situ- 
ated at junction of Fraser and Nechaco Rivers, on P. G. E. R., 
450 miles W. of Edmonton, 460 miles E. of Prince Rupert; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, mining, mixed 
farming and trapping. The town contains four churches, schools, 
theatre and hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Giscome, Willow River, Fort Fraser, Fort 
St. James and Hutton. 

CITIZEN, weekly; Citizen Publishing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1914; independent; Wednesday; subscription $2.00; four 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

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PRINCE RUPERT, pop. 6,500, District of Comox-Atlin, on 
the Pacific Ocean and on Skeena River, the western terminus of 
the G. T. P. Ry., 600 miles N. of Vancouver, 650 miles N. of Vic- 
toria; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: fishing, canneries, 
mining and lumbering. The town is rapidly being built up, 
waterworks, sewers and streets are being rushed; electric light 
is already installed and there are seven churches, good public 
schools, $3,000,000 floating dry dock and ship building plant and 
large $2,000,000 cold storage plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Metlakatla, Port Essing- 
ton, Port Simpson, Taylorville, Alice Arm and Terrace. 

EMPIRE, every evening* except Sunday; Empire Pub. Co., 
publishers; established 1909; independent; subscription $6.00; 
four pages, 6 col., 18 inches Circ'n 1J/^ 

WEEKLY, established 1907; Wednesday; subscription $2.00; 
four pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n 1% 

Advt. The first newspaper started in Prince Rupert was The Empire. Since 
then it has so fearlessly and consistently championed the sane upbuilding oj the new 
city and its tributary districts that The Empire has easily been able to maintain its 
proud first position in later day prestige and circulation. See Advt. Page 88. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday; News Printing & Pub. 
Co., publishers; established 1909; independent-liberal; subscrip- 
tion by mail $6.00; in city $8.00; six pages, 6 col., 20 inches 

Circ'n 1^ 

WEEKLY, established 1909; Thursday; subscription $2.00; 
six pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1 

Advt. All advertisements are taken on the absolute guarantee that the Daily News 
has the largest circulation of any daily paper published in Northern British Columbia. 
A glance through the paper will tell the reason. See Advt. Page 01. 

RESOURCES, monthly; Resources Publishing Co., Limited, 
publishers; established 1918 ; independent ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty pages, 2 col., 9> inches. 

PRINCETON, pop. 900, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Similk- 
ameen and Tulameen Rivers, 150 miles E. of Vancouver, and 
35 miles N. of the U.S. Boundary line; T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: placer gold mining, silver, lead, coal and copper min- 
ing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished: Granite Creek, Tulameen, Coalmont, Aspen, Grove, 
Hedley and Ashnola. 

STAR, weekly; F. J. Smyth, manager; established 1900; con- 
servative; Friday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 
See Advt. Page 75. Circ'n J^ 

QUESNEL. pop. 650, District of Yale-Cariboo, at the junction of 
the Fraser and Quesnel Rivers, 90 miles S. of Prince George on 
the G. T. P., 220 miles N. of Ashcroft, and 428 miles N.W. of 
Vancouver; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, saw 
and flour mills. The town contains three churches, schools, 
court house, Government office, and post office. Quesnel is the cen- 
tre of the famous Cariboo gold mining district, and is connected 
with the C. P. R. by a 220 mile stage route -the longest on the 
continent. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Barkerville, Quesnel Forks, Soda Creek, Stanley 
and Alexandria. 

CARIBOO OBSERVER, weekly; J. G. Hutchcroft, publisher; 
established 1908; independent; Saturday; subscription $2.00; 
four to eight pages, 6 col., 19% inches Circ'n J^ 

See Advt. Page 97. 

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REVELSTOKE, pop. 3,500, District of Kootenay, on the Colum- 
bia River and C. P. R., divisional point between Calgary and 
Vancouver, at junction with Arrowhead and Kootenay Ry., 381 
miles N. E. of Vancouver, 110 miles E. of Kamloops, 260 miles W. 
of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: railway 
workshops, employing from 200 to 300 hands, woodenware 
and cigar factories, candy factory, lumbering, saw and shingle 
mills, sash and door factory, mining, ranching, fruit growing 
and farming. The city contains four churches, public and high 
schools, city hall, Y. M. C. A., hospital, two fine halls, opera 
house, six hotels, stores, water, electric and power works, and 
has good steamboat connection. It is the business centre of 
Kootenay, the divisional headquarters of C. P. R., and a popular 
tourist centre. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Albert Canyon, Craigellachie, Kicking Horse Pass, 
Rodger's Pass, Beaver, Arrowhead, Comaplix, Beaton, Glacier, 
Nakusp, Halcyon and Trout Lake. 

REVIEW, weekly; Revelstoke Review Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1914; liberal; Thursday; subscription 
$2.00; six pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 85. 

ROSSLAND, pop. 3,000, District of Kootenay, situated 3,500 
feet above sea level, on C. P. R. and G. N. Ry., 50 miles S.W. 
of Nelson; Tel., T., Ex., Banks, Chief Industries: gold and cop- 
per mining, fruit growing and lumbering. Since 1895 Rossland 
has produced ore to the value of $75,000,000, and the annual 
gross output now amounts to $5,000,000. Over 800 men are 
employed in the mines, and the monthly payroll amounts to 
$80,000. The town has four churches, hospital, armoury, fire 
hall and splendid post-office and government buildings. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Robson, Paterson, Castlegar, Cascade, Erie, Salmo and Fruitvale. 
MINER, weekly; Will. A. Elletson, publisher; established 
1895; independent; subscription $2.50; six to twelve pages, 7 
col., 21 J4 inches, Circ'n 1J4 

See Advt. Page 98. 

SALMON RIVER, pop. 600, District of Yale-Cariboo, on Sal- 
mon Arm of Shuswap Lake and main line of C. P. R., 60 miles E. 
of Kamloops, 60 miles W. of Revelstoke, 40 miles N. of Vernon; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, saw mills, 
fruit growing, dairying and general farming. The town contains 
five churches, high and public schools, farmers' exchange, cream- 
ery and municipally-owned electric light plant and waterworks. 
The surrounding country is excellent farming land. The town is 
popular with tourists and as a summer resort. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Squilax, Notch Hill, 
Tappen, Celista, Solsqua, Annis, Sorrento, Shuswap, Mara, Deep 
Creek, Canoe, Chase, Malakwa and Eagle Bay. 

OBSERVER, weekly; Horace E. Moore, president and editor; 
Observer Printing Company, Limited, publishers; established 
1907; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four to eight 
pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n % 

Advt. The Observer is the best advertising medium in the Yale-Cariboo Ter- 
ritory and Okanagan Valley. It is the only paper published in the Shuswap Lake 
District, where the World's finest fruit and vegetables are grown without irrigation, 
and the finest Creamery in British Columbia is operated. It is the home paper of the 
prosperous farmers of this territory and a medium which can always be shown to 
produce results. Write for rates and full particulars. Ste Advt. Page go. 

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SIDNEY) pop. 1,000, District of Nanaimo on the Straits of Georgia 
and V. & S. Ry., 18 miles N. of Victoria; T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries; rubber roofing factory, brick yards, fruit and clam 
cannery, saw mills, farming and fruit growing. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Deep Cove, Union 
Bay, Ganges, James Island and Fulford Harbour. 

REVIEW, weekly; A Cunningham, Lessee and publisher; es- 
tablished 1912; independent; Thursday; subscription $2.00; 
twelve pages, 4 col., 16 inches. Circ'n 



SMITHERS. pop. 450, District of Comox-Atlin, on the G. T. P. 
Ry., 226 miles E. of Prince Rupert, and about an equal distance 
N.W. of Prince George and a divisional point on the G. T. P.; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, , mining. The 
town has three churches, school, four hotels and theatre, and is 
lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Lake Kathly, Moricetown, Hubert, Hous- 
ton, North Bulkley, Rose Lake, Telkwa, Silverthorne and Barrett. 

INTERIOR NEWS, weekly; Joseph L. Coyle, publisher; es- 
tablished 1907; independent; Saturday; subscription $2.00; four 
pages, 5 col., 18J^ inches. Circ'n } 



SUMMERLAND, pop. 2,500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on Okana- 
gan Lake and C. P. R., K.V.R., 243 miles E. of Vancouver and 
106 miles S. of Sicamous Junction on the C. P. R. main line, 60 
miles S. of Vernpn; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming 
and fruit growing, jam factory, box factory, canneries, lumber 
mill and boat-building. The town has high and public schools, 
college, five churches, electric light and water works. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Balcomo, Peach- 
land, Naramata, Mineola and Trout Creek. 

REVIEW, weekly; Review Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1908; independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; six 
to eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 



TRAIL pop. 4,500, District of Kootenay, on Columbia River and 
C. P. R., 7 miles from Rossland, 40 miles S. W. of Nelson; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: smelting, refining, fruit grow- 
ing and ranching. The town contains besides its stores, etc., 
seven hotels. Trail is the trading centre of the rich Columbia 
River fruit growing and ranching district. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Tadanac, Erie, Waneta, 
Castlegar, Warfield, Tiger, Genelle, Robson, Thrums, Fruitvale 
and Columbia Gardens. 

NEWS, weekly; Trail Printing and Publishing Co., Limited, 
publishers; established 1895; independent; Friday, subscription 
$2.00; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n X 

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VANCOUVER, pop. 100,401, District of Vancouver, on Burrard 
Inlet and English Bay, the Pacific Coast terminus of the C. P. R., 
C. N. R., P. G. E. Ry. and G. N. Ry.; the largest city in the pro- 
vince; Tel., T., Ex., and the banking centre for British Columbia. 
It is connected 1 with New Westminster, Chilliwack and Steveston 
by Electric Railway. Chief Industries: ship building, iron works, 
pipe works, mining, lumbering, sugar refining, flour milling, salmon 
fisheries, fruit growing, and farming. It is the headquarters for 
the China and Japan, the Australian and the New Zealand steam- 
ship lines in Canada, and the chief port for all northern and Yukon 
shipping. A great deal of lumber from the interior is sent to 
Vancouver for shipment. The city contains one hundred churches, 
thirty-two public and several private schools, a high school, nor- 
mal school and university, Carnegie library, hospitals, three public 
parks, the largest, Stanley park, comprising 956 acres, and acknow- 
ledged to be one of the grandest natural parks on the American 
continent. Vancouver's assessment on Dec. 31, 1918, totalled 
$205,422,090; customs receipts were $8,592,569. 1914 saw the com- 
pletion of new C. P. R. terminal facilities, including new depot, 
coast steamship dock and depot, and complete overhead system of 
vehicular and passenger bridges, the whole costing $2,000,000. A 
new government dock and grain elevator has been constructed at the 
cost of $3,000,000. Extensive harbour development work and 
reclamation operations are now being undertaken. The B.C.E.R. 
has more than 300 miles of street railway in operation in the city, 
and during 1918 they carried some 43,000,000 passengers. Regu- 
lar steamers ply between Vancouver and the Orient, Australia, 
Alaska, California and north and sourth. The C. P. R. main- 
tains a large fleet of ocean liners and coasting vessels. Other 
steamship lines running to this port are the Blue Funnel, from 
Liverpool via Panama Canal and also a direct service to the 
Orient; the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., from Great Britain 
via the Orient; the Danish East Asiatic Co., operating motor 
ships from Europe via Panama; the Osaka Shosen Kaisha from 
the Orient; the Russian Volunteer Fleet, from Vladivostock and 
the Orient; the Canadian- Australian Line, from Sydney and 
Auckland, via Suva and Honolulu. A system of water works, put 
in at the expense, of $3,902,000, supplies Vancouver with the purest 
of mountain water. It has a new Court House, City Hall, and 
Registry Office. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Agassiz, North Bend, Hope, Cheam, Sumas, Hun- 
tingdon, Langley, Cloverdale, Steveston, Lulu Island, Hastings, 
Port Moody, Barnett, Hammond, Haney and Sapperton. 

PROVINCE, every evening except Sunday; Vancouver Print- 
ing and Publishing Co., Limited, publishers; established 1898; 
independent; subscription $6.00 in city, $4.00 by mail ; sixteen 
to forty-eight pages, 8 col., 21 inches. 

Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 51,879| 

Advt. The circulation of the Daily Province is not confined to any city or dis- 
trict. It embraces every part of British Columbia. That is why it is the recognized 
medium for the national advertiser. See Advt. Pages 38 and 39. 

SUN, (with which is incorporated The Daily News- Advertiser), 
every morning and Sunday; Sun Publishing Co., Limited, pub- 
lishers; established 1886; independent-liberal; subscription $6.00 
in city, $4.00 by mail; ten to forty-eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 
Sworn circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 2O.65O* 

Advt. The Vancouver Sun is the fastest growing daily newspaper in Canada. 
Its records show within twelve months a circulation increase of 20% on a six days 
average; and 43% on the Sunday Sun. The Daily especially the Sunday Sun 
is unquestionably the national advertiser's first choice in Vancouver. Member of 
Audit Bureau of Circulations. See Advt. Page 36. 

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264 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

WORLD, every evening except Sunday; The World, Limited, 
publishers; John Nelson, managing director; established 1888 ; 
independent; subscription $6.00; twelve to twenty-eight pages, 
7 col,. 21 inches. 

Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 17,088*1 

Advt. The World is the oldest and most influential paper on the mainland of 
British Columbia, member of the A. B. C. It rejects liquor and other objection- 
able advertising. A great departmental store medium, publishing more paid adver- 
tising than any other paper during 1918 from the five leading stores. The World 
is a home not a street paper; hence this lead in big store advertising. See Advt. 
Page 40. 

CHINESE TIMES, (Tai Hon Kong Bo), Chinese, every morn- 
ing except Sunday; Tai Hon Kong Bo Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1907; reform; subscription $7.00; eight pages, 4 col., 
13 inches. 

TAIRIKU Ml PRO, Japanese, every evening except Sunday; 
Yasushi Yamazaki, publisher; established 1907; Japanese in- 
terests; subscription $3.50; six pages, 9 col., 13 inches. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD, tri-weekly; Record Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; established 1911; building, contracting 
and general business notes; Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 
subscription $12.00; four pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n % 

SHIPPING GUIDE, tri-weekly; Guide Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; established 1911; shipping data and news; Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday; subscription $12.00; two pages, 9 col., 
26 inches. Circ'n 1 

BRITISH COLUMBIA FEDERATIONIST, weekly; Van- 
couver Trades and Labor Council and B. C. Federation of Labor, 
publishers; established 1908; organized labor movement; Friday; 
subscription $1.50; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Circ'n 

B.C. VETERANS' WEEKLY, (with which is incorporated 

Vancouver Blighty), weekly; Great War Veterans' Association 

'of British Columbia, publishers; established 1918; historical and 

literary; Thursday, forms close Tuesday preceding; subscription 

$2.00; twelve to sixteen pages, 4 col., 12 inches. Circ'n 

See Advt. Page 109. 

CHINOOK, weekly; Geo. M. Murray, publisher; established 
1911; liberal; Thursday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. 

CITIZEN, weekly; Citizen Publishing Co., publishers; es- 
tablished 1907 ; unionist ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19% inches. 

Also publish Farm and Home. 

CRITIC, weekly; People's Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1917; independent; Saturday; subscription 
$1.50; four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30 1918, 8,698* 

FARM AND HOME, weekly; The Sun Publishing Co., Limited, 
137 Pender St., West, publishers; established 1915; agricultural; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; twenty-eight to forty-eight pages, 4 
col., 15^ inches. 

Advt. Farm and Home has more circulation than any two other farm papers pub- 
lished in British Columbia. It covers the rural field thoroughly. Printed on Webb 
Press. Can use mats- half tones 60 to 65. Circulation guaranteed for year 1010, 
6,500 or over every Thursday. See Advt. Page 37. 

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GAZETTE AND HOME NEWS, weekly See Marpole, B.C. 

WESTERN WOMAN'S WEEKLY, weekly; Western Woman's 

Weekly, publishers; established 1917; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.50; eight to sixteen pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

CANADA TRIBUNEN, Swedish weekly; Scandinavian Press, 
Limited, publishers; established 1919; independent; subscription 
$1.00; Tuesday; six pages, 4 col., 15*4 inches. 

Also publish Norseman. 

NORSEMAN, (formerly Canada Skandinaven), Norwegian 
weekly; Scandinavian Press, Limited, publishers; established 1911; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n 1% 

Also publish Canada Tribunen. 

See Advt. Page 107. 

FAIRPLAY, bi-weekly; Fairplay Publishing Co., Limited, 
publishers; established 1915; independent; alternate Fridays; 
subscription $1.25; twelve to twenty pages, 4 col., 12 inches 

PLAIN SPEAKER, bi-weekly; Plain Speaker Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1918; industrial; alternate _ Tuesdays; 
subscription $1.00; four pages; 5 col., 16 inches 

SHIPYARD NEWS, bi-weekly; Arthur C. Bruce, publisher; 
established 1919; ship-building house organ; alternate Saturdays; 
free to shipyard employees; four pages, 4 col., 13 inches. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA Fl NANCIAL TIMES, semi-month- 
ly; Bradford W. Heyer, publisher; established 1914; finance, insur- 
ance, commerce, lumber, mining and fisheries; 1st and 3rd Satur- 
days; last forms close Wednesdays preceding; subscription $2.00; 
twenty to twenty-four pages, 2 wide col., 10% inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 102. 

G. I. A. W. NEWS, (General Information about the West), 
semi-monthly; Falkins, Ltd., publishers, for Woodward Depart- 
mental Stores.Ltd., established 1917; House Organ; 1st and 15t 
of month; subscription 50 cents; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches 

MINING AND ENGINEERING RECORD, semi-monthly; 
Technical Press, Ltd., publishers; established 1895; mining; 15th 
and 30th of month; subscription $3.00; thirty-six pages and up- 
wards, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ij^ 

Also publish Succesful Poultryman. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA FARMER, monthly; Fruit and Farm 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1909; fruit growing and general 
farming; 5th of month; last forms close 20th month previous; 
subscription $1.00; thirty-two to forty-four pages, 3 col., 10 
inches. Circ'n Q% 

See Advt. Page 108. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA MONTHLY, (continuing Westmin- 
ster Review) monthly; D. A. Chalmers, managing editor; estab- 
lished 1911; social, literary and religious; 1st of month; subscription 
$1.50; 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 1 

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BRITISH COLUMBIA RETAILER, monthly; Vancouver 
Retail Grocers' Association, publishers; established 1908; grocery 
trade; 15th of month; last forms close 10th of month; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; twenty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

See Advt. Page 113. 

CAMPAIGNER, monthly; The Campaigners of the Great 
World War, publishers; established 1918; returned soldiers' in- 
terests; subscription $1.00; sixteen to twenty-four pages, 7% 
x 10 inches. 

See Advt. Page 92. 

FARM AND FIRESIDE AND B.C. BEE KEEPER, 

(formerly Garden, Orchard and Farm), monthly; W. C. Harris, 
F.R.H.S., editor and publisher; established 1915; horticulture and 
agriculture; 6th of month; subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, 3 
col., 10 inches. 

See Advt. Page no. 

HARBOR AND SHI PPING, monthly ; Progress Publishing 
Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1918 ; shipping and port develop- 
ment in B.C. ; 15th of month ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-six 
pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Industrial Progress. 

Advt. Circulation lists comprise principal export and import companies in 
countries bordering the Pacific Ocean. The only Canadian publication having 
this circulation. Published in Canada in the interest of Canadian trade. See 
Advt. Page 126. 

INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS AND COMMERCIAL 
RECORD, monthly; Progress Publishing Co., Limited, publishers; 

official organ of Manufacturers' Association of B.C. ; established 1913; 
industrial and commercial; 1st of month; subscription $1.00; 
forty pages, 2 wide col., 9J^ inches. Circ'n 1 

Also publish Harbor and Shipping 

Advt. Largest paid circulation of any commercial and industrial monthly in 
British Columbia, comprising large lumber mills and mining companies, pulp and 
paper mills, machine shops and foundries, shipbuilders, contractors, engineers, 
etc. See Advt. Page 126. 

NABOB, monthly; R. ']. H. Frith, editor and publisher; 
established 1916; trade; 1st of month; last forms close 20th of 
month previous; subscription $1.00; from forty-eight pages, 2 
col., 8^2 inches. Circ'n 3 

PACIFIC COAST LUMBERMAN, monthly; Edgecumbe- 
Toombs Co., publishers; established 1917; lumber trade; 1st of 
month; forms close 20th of month ; subscription $2.00; seventy- 
six pages, 3 wide col., 12 inches. Circ'n 3J4 

See Advt. Page pi. 

SUCCESFUL POULTRYMAN, monthly; Technical Press, 
Limited, publishers; established 1908; poultry and pet stock; 
15th of month; subscription $1.00; twenty-two pages, 3 col., 
9H inches. 

Also publish Mining and Engineering Record. 

SUNSET, monthly; McLennan, McFeely &- Co., Limited, 
publishers; hardware house organ; 5th and 15th of month; forty- 
eight pages, 2 col., 8^ inches. Cirr.'n 1J4 

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WESTERN CANADIAN FARMER, monthly; Edgecumbe- 
Toombs Co., Limited, publishers; established 1918; farming, 
horticulture, fruit growing, 15th of month; forms close 5th of 
month; subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Western Canadian Mining. 

WESTERN CAN ADI AN MINING, ENGINEERING AND 

CONTRACTING, monthly; Edgecumbe-Toombs Co., Limited, 
publishers; established 1889; mining; 15th of month; forms close 
5th of month; subscription $3.00; twenty-four pages, 3 col., 9 
inches. Circ'n 1 

Also publish Western Canadian Farmer. 

WESTERN CANADIAN MOTORIST, monthly; Western 
Canadian Motorist Co., publishers; established 1912; motor 
trades; 15th of month; last forms close 10th of month; subscrip- 
tion $2.00; one-hundred pages, 3 col., 9% inches. Circ'n 7M 

See Advt. in. 

WESTERN LUMBERMAN, monthly; Hugh C. MacLean 
Co., Limited, 910-911 Electric Chambers, Winnipeg, publishers; 
established 1902; trade; 1st of month; last forms close 25th of 
month; subscription $2.00; forty-eight pages, 2 wide col., 12 inches. 

Also dated at Winnipeg. 

Also publish Winnipeg Commercial, Western Canada Contractor 
and Western Canada Coal Review. 

WESTERN POWER BOAT AND FISHERMAN, month- 
ly; Pacific Marine Publishing Co., publishers; established 1918; 
marine and fisheries; 1st of month; subscription $2.00; twenty- 
four pages, 3 col., 10^ inches. 

VANDERHOOF, pop . 200, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the 
Nechako River and G. T. P., 400 miles S.E. of Prince Rupert and 
70 miles W. of Prince George; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
mixed farming and lumbering. Situated in the heart of the 
Nechako Valley, the largest agricultural area in Central British 
Columbia. 

HERALD, weekly; W. J. Rimes and Co., publishers, W. J. 
Rimes, editor and manager; established 1915; independent; Satur- 
day; subscription $2.00; four pages, 7 col., "20 inches. Circ'n % 

VERNON. pop. 3,500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on Okanagan Lake, 
the terminus of the Shuswap & Okanagan branch of C.P.R. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: fruit growing, vinegar works, 
sash and door factories, evaporating plant, canning, pork packing, 
farming and mining. The town contains churches, public and 
high schools, drill hall, customs office and general hospital, and 
has electric light, sewers and waterworks. The fruit grown in 
the Okanagan Valley has repeatedly captured first prizes against 
all competitors at the great Horticultural exhibitions in London 
and Edinburgh. The celebrated "Coldstream Ranch" is situa- 
ted within five miles of the city. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published: Lumby, Fairview, Peachland, 
Oyama, Reiswig, Richlands, Kaleden, Naramata, Okanagan 
Landing, Okanagan Centre and Westbank. 

NEWS, weekly; Vernon News Printing and Publishing Co., 
Limited, publishers; established 1891; conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $2.00; ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n '2 

See Advt, Page 02. 

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VICTORIA, pop. 51,660, District of Victoria, the capital of British 
Columbia, on Vancouver Island, on the Straits of Juan de Fuca, 
and on the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Ry. and Victoria & Sidney 
Ry., of which it is the terminus, 38 miles from Port Townsend, 
Wash., 20 miles from Port Angeles, Wash., 72 miles S. of Van- 
couver, 73 miles S. of New Westminster and 750 miles from San 
Francisco, Cal.; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: the fur 
sealing trade, ship-building, whaling, salmon canning, flour, rice, 
lumber, planing, saw, coffee, spice and oatmeal mills, clam fac- 
tories, iron, stove, brass, engine, boiler and machine shops, marble 
works, soap works, paint, clothing, boot and shoe, vinegar, pickle, 
biscuit, cigar, cigar box, sash, door and furniture factories, ship- 
building, cement works, mining and quarrying. The city con- 
tains fifteen churches, several non-sectarian schools, free to all, 
and three hospitals, one of which, the Royal Jubilee Hospital, 
cost $100,000, also Provincial Government Building, which cost 
$1,000,000. The C. P. R. hotel the Empress, is regarded as one 
of the finest in Canada. The city has a free library, with 12,000 
volumes. Its climate is delightful, the weather being mild, and 
it is becoming a favorite resort for tourists. It is regarded as one of 
the* most beautiful cities on the Pacific Coast, the situation being 
admirable, and the city being laid out with beautiful parks and 
magnificent drives through the suburbs. It is the seat of the 
Provincial Government, and the Imperial and Dominion Govern- 
ments have vast interests here. Royal Navy, Royal Engineers 
and Royal Artillery are stationed here. Victoria carries on a 
large trade with Great Britain, Australia, Sandwich Islands, 
China, Japan, Mexico, Peru and Chili, in hides, fish, coal, lum- 
ber and minerals. It has a fine system of water works and fire 
department, is lighted by electricity and gas, and is well pro- 
vided with steamboat connection. Towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Esquimalt, Colwood, Sidney and Gold- 
stream. 

COLONIST, every morning except Monday; Colonist Printing 
and Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, J. S. H. Matson, managing 
director; established 1858; conservative; subscription $5.00 ; 
sixteen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, lO,567*t 

See Advt. Page 41. 

TIMES, every evening except Sunday; Times Printing and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1884; independent; sub- 
scription $9.00; fourteen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 19% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 8,885t 

See Advt. Page 42. 

NEW REPUBLIC, Chinese, every morning except Monday; 
New Republic Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1912; in- 
dependent; subscription $7.00; twelve pages, type page 15 x 8. 

Circ'n 2^ 

B. C. GAZETTE, weekly; W. H. Cullin, King's Printer, pub- 
lisher; established 1863; Thursday; subscription $5.00; fifty to 
one hundred pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Inserts only Government and Statutory notices. 

CANADIAN, weekly; The Adanac Publishing 'Co., Limited, 
publishers; established 1919; independeut; Saturday: subscription 
$2.00; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

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B.C. MINING EXCHANGE &. ENGINEERING NEWS, 

monthly; B. C. Mining Exchange and Engineering News, pub- 
lishers; established 1899; mining and engineering; 15th of month; 
subscription $1.50; forty pages, 3 col., 9H> inches. 

B. C. PHARMACEUTICAL RECORD, monthly; Joseph H. 
Emery, editor and publisher; established 1905; pharmacy; 1st 
of month; subscription $1.00; twenty-eight to thirty-six pages, 
2 col., 7% inches. Circ'n % 

ISLAND MOTORIST, monthly; Auto Association, publishers; 
established 1914; good roads; 15th of month; last forms close 
10th of month; subscription $1.00; forty pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

Circ'n 1% 

POULTRY, PIGEON AND PET STOCK JOURNAL OF 
THE WEST, monthly; Acme Press, Limited, publishers; estab- 
lished 1914; 9th of month; last forms close 25th of month pre- 
ceding; subscription 50 cents; thirty-six pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

Circ'n 1^ 

See Advt. Page 114. 

WESTERN METHODIST RECORDER, monthly; Method- 
ist Recorder Printing & Publishing Co., Limited, publishers; es- 
tablished 1899; religious, Methodist; 10th of month; subscription 
$1.00; sixteen pages, 3 col., 11% inches Circ'n % 



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Yukon Territory, Canada. Population,' in summer 9,000, in winter 
6,000, as it is estimated that 3,000 leave annually to spend the winter on 
the coast. The only industry of the territory is mining, chiefly gold, 
nearly all from the city of Dawson. Most of this gold was formerly 
taken out by old-fashioned methods of placer mining, but many capi- 
talists have now invaded the field, and dredging and hydraulic mining 
as well as gold and silver quartz mining, are in vogue. The total output 
of gold for the year 1916 was $4,376,393. Electric power and water 
supplies for operation are conveyed long distances where necessary. 
Copper is also mined near White Horse. The recent action of the Fed- 
eral Government in abolishing until January, 1921, the royalty of 2}^ 
per cent of the sales of the products of copper localities, will, it is con- 
fidently expected, greatly stimulate the copper mining industry in the 
Territory. A large percentage of the vegetables consumed in the ter- 
ritory are raised there, but all other food-stuffs must be brought in from 
outside centres. Heavy mining machinery forms an important part 
of the imports. Altogether Yukon annually purchases millions of dol- 
lars worth of goods from outside. Every convenience of life is now 
afforded in the Territory, including steamboat lines, railway connections 
from Seattle, Vancouver and Victoria to Dawson, and a superb winter 
stage relay system for travel in or out, so that connections can easily 
be made at any period of the year. 



DAWSON CITY. pop. 4,000; the metropolis and seat of govern- 
ment of the Klondike gold fields on Yukon River; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Dawson City has five iron and steel foundries, five saw 
mills, five churches, three schools, insane asylum, court house, 
public buildings to value of $500,000, twenty steamboats, three 
opera houses, five docks, twenty-nine hotels, perfect fire pro- 
tection, water works, electric lights, etc. Outfits the vast Klpn- 
dike area of gold filled sands, and exports many millions in gold 
dust per year. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday; Dawson News Publish- 
ing Co., Limited, publishers, O. Kastner, general manager; estab- ' 
lished 1899; independent; subscription $24.00; four to eight pages, 
7 col., 21% inches. 

WEEKLYf (Official Gazette), ^established 1899; Friday; sub- 
scription $12.00;I L twenty-four pages, 6 col., 18 inches. 

WHITE HORSE, pop. 800, Yukon Territory, reached by steamer 
from Vancouver, and on the White Pass and Yukon Ry., 450 
miles N. of Prince Rupert; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
mining and trapping. The town contains public and high school, 
hospital, R. N. W. M. P. barracks and Mining Recorder's office. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Carcross, Conrad, Kluane and Livingstone. 

STAR.'weekly; A. M. and L. C. Rousseau, publishers; estab- 
lished 1900; independent; Friday; subscription $5.00; four pages, 
6 col., 21 inches. G'rc'n }^t 

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Newfoundland, the oldest colony in the British Empire, embraces 
the Island of Newfoundland and a portion of the Labrador coast of the 
mainland, and is the only part of British North America not as yet in- 
cluded in the Dominion of Canada. Though proposals for confederation 
have at various times been made, and although the question is a live 
one, many of the leading men of the island are opposed to a union with 
Canada. The area of the island is estimated at 40,200 sq. m., and the 
Labrador coast at 120,000 sq. m. The population is estimated at 227,500, 
including Labrador. From its settlement in 1614 to a very recent time, 
the fisheries have formed practically the only industry of the inhabitants, 
but the building of railways, and the exploration of the interior, is lead- 
ing to the discovery "and development of hitherto unknown resources 
that will give a steadiness and balance heretofore lacking in the com- 
merce of the island. In minerals the island has copper, coal, iron, gyp- 
sum, sulphur, graphite, lead, asbestos and gold. Iron and copper are 
the most important. Copper was discovered at Tilt Cove in 1856, but 
the mines were not operated until 1864. Since then several large depo- 
sits have been uncovered, and to-day Newfoundland stands sixth among 
the copper producing countries of the world. In 1895 brown hematite 
iron was discovered at Bell Island, Conception Bay. It is estimated that 
in the two deposits on the island there are 40,000,000 tons. The output 
of these mines and the shipments of iron pyrites are materially adding 
to the exports of the colony. Talc deposits have also been uncovered at 
Topsail, some 14 miles from St. John's, and shipments are made regu- 
larly to the United States. Besides the above, slate quarries are in ac- 
tive operation, and shipments sent to Wales. The value of minerals 
exported yearly averages about $1,500,000. Within the last few years 
vast timber limits have been operated, modern saw mills constructed and 
heavy shipments made to the United Kingdom and South America. 
The value of the lumber exports is increasing every year and the trade 
promises to become extensive. The pulp industry is also assuming large 
proportions under the management of British capitalists. More atten- 
tion is being paid to agriculture. The number of acres under cultivation 
has increased within a few years from about lOOjOOO acres to close to 
250,000 acres. The annual value of agricultural products is nearly 
$1,000,000, and the value of land under cultivation, together with horses, 
sheep, etc., is nearly $3,500,000. A movement is on foot to utilize the 
vast plains in the interior, raising sheep and cattle for export to the 
United Kingdom. Fish is the chief food product of Newfoundland, 
and the annual export exceeds $10,000,000. The herring fisheries are 
commanding the attention of the Government. Expert herring packers 
were brought from Scotland, with the result that shipments of herring 
were sent to Petrograd, Russia, and sold at good prices. The whale 
fisheries are also extensive. The settlement of the French shore ques- 
tion has been the means of adding greatly to the development, not alone 
in connection with the fisheries, but other resources of the treaty shore. 
The lobster fisheries alone are valued at close to $400,000 per annum. 
The imports of Newfoundland annually exceed $10,500,000, and the 
exports $12,250,000. There are over 2,500 vessels on the shipping 
register of the colony, with a tonnage of approximately 120,000 tons, 
and of the whole population no less than 54,000 persons are engaged 
in fishing. The government is carried on by a Legislative Council, con- 
sisting of 15 members, and a Legislative Assembly of 36 members. 
Capital, St. John's. 

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272 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 



BAY ROBERTS, pop. 4,143, on Conception Bay and Reid- 
Newfoundland Ry., 50 miles W. of St. John's. Chief Industries: 
cod fishing, saw mills, furniture factory, farming and live stock 
raising. Besides its stores, etc., the town contains five churches, 
large public building-; Western Union Cable Station and eight 
schools. Surrounding villages where no papers are published: 
Port-de-Grave, Spaniard's Bay, Brigus, Carbonear, Clarke's 
Beach, Cupids and Bareneed. 

GUARDIAN, weekly; C. E. Russell, proprietor and publisher; 
established 1909; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 7 col., 19% inches. Circ'n 



CURLING, pop. 2,200, District of Bay of St. George, on Bay of 
Islands and Humber River Arm, and on Reid-Newfoundland 
Co. Ry., 300 miles W. of St. John's; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Western 
headquarters of the Newfoundland Ry. and terminus for the short 
steamship service between Newfoundland and Labrador; rendez- 
vous for the English and French naval ships in Newfoundland 
waters. Chief industries: herring fishing worth $750,000 
annually, salmon, cod and lobster fisheries, copper mining, slate 
quarrying; the shores are densely timbered and large saw mills 
are operated; a gigantic pulp industry has been inaugurated in the 
vicinity, employing 2,000 operatives There are ten surrounding 
towns, each with a population of from one to two thousand, where 
no newspapers are published. The scenery is magnificent. Sal- 
mon and trout and big game are abundant; these attract hundreds 
of tourists and sportsmen each season. Regular steamship ser- 
vice between Halifax and this part of Newfoundland. The town 
contains eight churches, ten schools, two hotels, court house and 
custom house. 

WESTERN STAR, weekly; Star Publishing Co., Limited, 
publishers; A. L. Barrett, manager; established 1900; indepen- 
dent; Wednesday; subscription $2.00; four to eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n % 

HARBOR GRACE, pop. 4,500, District of Harbor Grace, on the 
north side of Conception Bay, 20 miles from Portugal Cove, on 
the Reid-Newfoundland Ry., 84 miles N.W. of St. John's by rail, 
35 miles by water; 8 miles from Bay Roberts, 15 miles from 
Heart's Content; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: seal and 
cod liver oil refineries, carriage factory, fisheries, two boot fac- 
tories and tanneries. The town contains Cathedral, six churches, 
a Roman Catholic academy, a convent and two Roman Catholic 
schools. It has three Protestant high schools and three other 
Protestant schools, a large library with reading and billiard rooms. 
The harbour is about five miles in extent and can accommodate the 
largest vessels. The town is lighted with electricity and has 
good water works and an efficient fire department. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Carbonear, 
Freshwater, Spaniard's Bay, Island Cove, Bryant's Cove and 
Tilton. 

STANDARD AND CONCEPTION BAY ADVERTISER, 

weekly; Munn & Oke, editors and publishers ^established 1859; 
independent-liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 
col., 19 inches. Circ'n % 

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NEWFOUNDLAND 273 



ST. JOHN'S, pop. 45,685, District of St. John's, the most easterly 
seaport city of North America, the capital of Newfoundland, on 
the eastern shore of the Peninsula of Avalon, and terminus of 
the Newfoundland Ry., 500 miles N.E. of Halifax, 498 miles E. 
of Charlottetown, 1,293 miles from New York, 1,076 miles from 
Montreal, 1,921 miles from Liverpool, this being the shortest 
distance between two seaports of America and Europe; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: cordage factories, foundries,, 
breweries, nail, butterine, biscuit, boot and shoe, furniture, sash 
and door, tobacco, soap and candle factories, woollen mills, 
.cod liver and seal oil refineries, net manufacturing, mining, fishing, 
and fish drying, pulp manufacturing and lumbering. The city is 
built on the sloping grounds of the north shore, the full length of 
the harbour. The harbour is one of the best on this continent; 
it is enclosed by two mountains, between the east points of which 
is the entrance guarded by a lighthouse and fog alarm. It is 
capable of sheltering the largest vessels, and the anchorage is 
good with no perceptible tide. The town contains two cathedrals 
and various churches, parliament buildings, four colleges, four 
hotels and is lighted by electricity and gas. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Heart's Content, 
Carbonear, Placentia Bay and Ferryland. 

ADVOCATE, every evening except Sunday; Union Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1908; unionist; subscription $2.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 6 

WEEKLY, established 1908. Saturday; subscription 60 cents; 
twelve pages, 8 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 5 

NEWS, every morning except Sunday; Robinson & Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1894; liberal-conservative; subscription 
$3.00; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Sept. 30, 1918, 6.954* 

WEEKLY (Free Press); established 1901; Tuesday; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2J4 

STAR, every evening except Sunday; St. John's Daily Star Pub. 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1915; independent; subscription 
$3.00; eight to sixteen pages, 8 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 6% 

TELEGRAM, every evening except Sunday; W. J. Herder, 
publisher; established 1878; independent; subscription $3.00; 
eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 6% 

PLAINDEALER, weekly; Wm. J. O'Neill, publisher; estab- 
lished 1907; independent; Saturday; subscription 60 cents; six 
pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 5 

ROYAL GAZETTE AND NEWFOUNDLAND ADVER- 
TISER, weekly; printed and published by 'John W. Withers, 
King's Printer; established 1807; an official paper; Tuesday; 
subscription $4.20; four pages, 4 col., 16 inchesr 

Inserts only Government advertisements and proclamations. 

TRADE REVIEW, weekly; Trade Review Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1892; commercial; Saturday; subscription 
$1.00; four pages, 7 col., 19% inches. Circ'n 1 



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274 . THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 

COLONIAL COMMERCE, monthly; Trade Review Publish- 
ing Co.,; established 1915; commercial; end of month; subscription 
$1.50; forty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 

DIOCESAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Literature Committee, 
Church of England, Synod of Newfoundland, publishers; estab- 
lished 1887; religious; 1st of month; subscription 50 cents; thirty- 
two pages, 2 col., 9 inches. Circ'n 2 

NEWFOUNDLAND METHODIST MONTHLY GREET- 
I NG, monthly; Methodist Conference, publishers; established 1888; 
religious; Methodist; 10th of month; subscription 50 cents; forty- 
eight pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 2 

PEOPLE, monthly; J. W. Withers, for G. Knowling, publisher; 
established 1896; independent; subscription 30 cents; twenty- 
eight pages, 2 col., 9 inches. 

NEWFOUN DLAN DQUARTERLY.quarterly; John J.Evans, 

publisher; established 1901; literary; subscription 80 cents; fifty- 
six pages, 2 wide col., 10H inches. Circ'n 2J 



TWILLINGATE, pop. 5,000, District of Twillingate, situated on 
two islands connected by a bridge, 190 miles from St. John's; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: copper mines, lumbering, 
paper and pulp mills, seal, salmon, lobster and cod fishing. The 
town contains seven churches, nine schools, etc. The harbour is 
open to the sea, but is used by shipping of all sizes. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Tilt Cove, Fogo, 
Change Isles, Grand Falls, Norris Arm, Campbellton, Botwood, 
Lewisport, Little Bay and Pilley's Island. 

SUN, weekly; W. B. Temple, editor and publisher; established 
1880; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.20; four pages, 7 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n 1 



A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



CONDENSED LIST 



OF 



CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS 

Alphabetically Arranged for Ready Reference 



2 7 6 



CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 







ONTARIO 








Acton 


1,968 


Free Press 


. W. 


Ind.-Lib . 


.... i 


Ailsa Craig. 


600 


Banner 


. W. 


Ind 


.... % 


Alexandria 


2,300 


News 


W. 


Ind 


2,000 


it 




Times 


. W. 


Con 


IX 


Alliston 


!,35 


Herald 


. W. 


Ind 


....1% 


Almonte 


2,600 


Gazette 


. W. 


Lib 


2.3OO 


" 




Times 


. W. 


Con 


.... y 4 


Alvinston 


1,000 


Free Press 


. W. 


Ind 


.... x 


Amherstburg . . 


2,800 


Echo 


. W. 


Lib 


....a* 


Arnprior 


445 


Chronicle 


. W. 


Con 


.1,950 


" 




Watchman 


. W. 


Lib 


.... i 


Arthur 


1,102 


Enterprise-News. . . . 


. W. 


Ind 


-...'X 


Athens 


I.OOO 


Reporter 


. W. 


Ind 


.... % 


Atwood 


800 


Bee 


. W. 


Ind. 


.... X 


Aurora. ....... 


2,2OO 


Banner 


. W. 


Lib 


.... X 


Aylmer , 


2,2OO 


Express 


. W. 


Ind 


.2,250 


Ayr 


I , OOO 


News 


. W. 


Ind 


.... i 


Ay ton 


450 


Advance 


. W. 


Ind 


.... x 


Bancroft 


750 


Times 


. W. 


Ind 


x 


Barrie 


. ' 7,000 


Examiner 


. W. 


Ind 


.3,395* 


" 




Northern Advance . . 


. W. 


Un.-Con. 


i* 


Beamsville .... 


1,200 


Express 


. W. 


Ind 


# 


Beaverton 


1, 080 


Express 


. W. 


Un 


.... i 


Beeton 


600 


World 


. W. 


Ind 


i 


Belleville 


12,000 


Intelligencer 


. D. 


Con 


.2,542* 







< i 


. W. 


Con 


. ...itf 


i < 




Ontario 


. D. 


Lib 


*x 










. W. 


Lib 


1% 







Canadian 


S.-M. 


For the Deaf, i 


Belmont 


600 


Enterprise 


. W. 


Ind 


.... % 


Blenheim 


1,389 


News-Tribune 


. W. 


Ind 


I 


Blyth 


850 


Standard 


. W. 


Ind.-Lib. 


I 


Bobcaygeon. . . 


1,000 


Independent 


. W. 


Ind 


.... X 


Bolton 


7'2 


Enterprise ......... 


. W. 


Ind 


.... I 


Bothwell 


690 


Times 


. W. 


Ind 


.... % 


Bowmanville . . . 


3,5 


West Durham Re 


- 










view 


.S-W. 


Con 


, . . . . I 


' 




Can. Statesman 


. W. 


Ind.-Lib.. 


w 


" 




News 


. W. 


Ind-Con. 


... ) 2A 


Bracebridge . . . 


2,800 


Gazette 


. W. 


Ind 


....!# 


n 




Muskoka Herald. . . . 


. W. 


Con 


iX 


Bradford 


1,200 


Witness 


. W. 


Ind 


.... x 


Brampton 


4,OOO 


Banner andTimes. . . 


. W. 


Lib 


....!# 


" 




Conservator 


. W. 


Con 


....!# 


Brantford 


28,725 


Expositor 


. D. 


Lib 


8,339*f 






Canadian Golfer. . . . 


. M. 


Golf 


....a* ' 


" 




Outdoor Quarterly . 


Q- 


Rabbits.. 




Bridgeburg. . . . 


2,200 


Review 


. W. 


Ind 


.... i 


Brigden 


70O 


Progress 


. W. 


Ind 


.... % 


Brighton 


1,300 


Ensign 


W. 


Ind 


.... x 


Brockville 


9,500 


Recorder and Times 


. D. ,- 


Ind.-Lib. 


4* 










. W. 


Ind. -Lib. 


2 


Bruce Mines. . . 


800 


Spectator 


. W. 


Ind 


.... x 


Brussels 


. I,I 5 


Post 


W. 


Lib 


....IJl 



A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



277 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Clrc. 



Burford 


I,OOO 


Advance. 


W 


Ind 


^ 


Burks Falls 


1,200 


Arrow 


W. 


Ind 





Burlington 


2,600 


Gazette 


W. 


Ind. 


U 


Caledonia 


I.27O 


Grand River Sachem . 


W. 


Ind. . . . 


... I 


Campbellford.. . . 


3 .200 


Herald. 


W. 


Ind 


i5/ 


Cannineton. . , 


807 


Echo . . 


W. 


Un.. 





Carleton Place. 

Carp 

Cayuga 

Chatham . . 



Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 
Clarksburg . 

Clifford 

Clinton . 



Published in Beaverton by Beaverton Express. 

Ontario Gleaner W. Ind.-Con 729 

3,850 Central Canadian. ... W. 

Herald W. 

500 Review W. 

850 Haldimand Advocate. W. 

14,600 News D. 

" W. 

Planet D. 

" W. 

News W. 

Enterprise W. Ind 1,4OO 

Record W. Ind 1,176* 

Review-Herald.. . W. 



400 
1,900 

950 

500 



Con-Un i# 

Lib i# 

Ind.-Con 894 * 

Ind 1,444 * 

Lib 2,492* 

Lib i 

Con 2,719* 

Con 1.5OO* 

Ind.. ..!/ 



600 Express W. 

2,254 New Era W. 



See Th ornbu ry 

Ind 

Lib.. ..i 



Cobalt 8,500 



News-Record W. Con 1,523 



Cobden. . 
Cobourg 



Cochrane . 
Colborne . 



Ind. 
Mining 



Con. 
Lib. 
Con. 
Ind. 



5* 



Coldwater . . . 
Collingwood. 



X 

X 



Nugget D. 

Mining Review W. 

Northern Miner W. Mining 

838 Sun W. Ind 

5,000 Saturday M'ningPost. W. Con 

Sentinel-Star W. 

World W. 

2,500 Northland Post W. 

1,000 Enterprise W. 

Express W.- Con . 

610 Planet W. Ind # 

8,000 Bulletin W. Lib.-Un 2# 

Enterprise W. Con.-Un 2 

" Messenger W. Ind 1^ 

" Saturday News W. Lib.-Un I# 

Comber 600 Herald W. Ind % 

Cookstown 600 Advocate W. Con 848 

Cornwall 6,598 Freeholder W. Lib 2,801* 

Standard W. Lib.-Con.. 3,075 * 

600 Star W. Ind % 

900 Reporter W. Ind X 

2,200 Post W. Ind fa 

800 Advocate W. Ind 1,737 

1,700 Times W. 

1,200 Observer W. 

850 Herald W. 

5,012 Star W. 



Creemore . 

Delhi 

Deseronto . 
Drayton . . 
Dresden .. . 
Dryden . . . 
Dundalk . . 
Dundas . . . 
Dunnville. 



3,300 Chronicle W. 

Gazette . . . W. 



Ind 1,350 

Ind # 

Ind i 

Con i # 



Ind. 
Con 



Reform Press W. Lib 



A. McKm, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



2 7 8 



CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper 


Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Durham 


1, 600 


Chronicle 


W. 


Con 


iX 


ii 




Review 


W. 


Ind 


1 l /2 


Dutton 


1,000 


Advance 


W. 


Ind 


..1,040* 


Eganville. . . . 


I,2OO 


Leader 


W. 


Ind-Lib.. 


i% 


Elmira 


2,250 


Signet 


W. 


Ind 


i% 


Elmvale 


650 


Lance 


W. 


Ind 


.1,050 


Elora 


1,256 


Express 


W. 


Ind 


X 


Embro 


6OO 


Courier 


W. 


Ind 


i 


Erin 


1,200 


Advocate 


W. 


Ind 


2# 


Essex 


1,500 


Free Press 


W. 


Ind 


1% 


Exeter 


1,608 


Advocate 


W. 


Lib.-Con 


2 


" 




Times 


W. 


Lib 


l % 


Fenelon Falls. 


1,053 


Gazette 


W. 


Ind 


% 


Fergus 


i, 800 


News-Record 


W. 


Ind 


1% 


Flesherton. . . 


500 


Advance .' 


W. 


Lib.-Con 


I 


Florence 


550 


Quill 


W. 


Ind 


# 


Fordwich .... 


500 


Record 


W. 


Ind 


y* 


Forest 


1,500 


Free Press 


W. 


Ind 


..1,575 


'< 




Standard 


W. 


Ind 


i^ 


Fort Erie 


1,300 


Times 


W. 


Ind 




(See Bridgetiurg Review} 


Fort Frances. 


4,000 


Times 


W. 


Ind 


i 


Fort William. . 


20,000 


Times-Journal 


D. 


Ind 


...4,817 


Gait 


. . 13,000 


Reporter 


D. 


Ind 


. .3,849* 







" 


W. 


Ind 


X 


ii 




Canada Lutheran. .'. . 


M. 


Relig. . . 


% 


Gananoque. . . 


. . 3,760 


Journal 


W. 


Con .... 


i 


" 




Reporter 


W. 


Lib 


..1,1OO 


Georgetown . . 


1,900 


Herald.. 


W. 


Ind 


i# 


Glencoe 


1,000 


Transcript 


W. 


Ind 


i 


Goderich 


4,700 


Signal 


W. 


Lib 


2 


" 




Star -. 


W. 


Lib.-Con 


.2,OOO 


Gore Bay .... 


703 


Recorder 


W. 


Ind 


.... % 


Gorrie 


500 


Vidette 


W. 


Ind 




Grand Valley . 


750 


Star and Vidette 


W. 


Ind 


.... 962* 


Gravenhurst. . 


1,624 


Banner 


W. 


Ind 


j^ 


Grimsby 


1, 800 


Canadian Sportsman.. 


W. 


Sport . . . 


3^ 


' 




Independent 


W. 


Ind 


.... i J^ 


1 




Can. Poultry News . . . 


M. 


Poultry. 


-3/4 


Gue ph ...... 


. 17,000 


Herald 


D. 


Con. . . . 


3 


1 




ii 


W. 


Con .... 


3 







Mercury 


D. 


Lib.-Un. 


...3,127f 


' 




" 


W. 


Lib.-Un 


.....at 







Can. Entomologist. . . 


M. 


Scientific 


'A 







Canadian Oddfellow. . 


M. 


Fraternal 







Ontario Ag'c'l College 












Review 


M. 


Coll.&Agri.l,484* 


Hagersville . . 


1,250 


News 


W. 


Con. . . . 


Yi 


Haileybury. . . . 


4,000 


Haileyburian 


W. 


Ind 


^ 


Hamilton 


. 110,000 


Herald 


D. 


Ind 


18,O6O * 


< 




Spectator 


D. ,- 


Ind-Con. 


.29, 912 f 


ii 




..S. 


-W. 


Ind.-Con 


2}4 


" 




Times 


D. 


Lib 


...10* 


" 




" S. 


-W. 


Lib 


5 * 



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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



279 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Papes 


Ittue 


Classification Circ. 


Hamilton .... 




Hamilton Newspaper 










Union List 


W 


39,045* 


14 




Labor News 


W. 


Ind., Trade 










Union 4^ 


" 




Record 


W. 


Record Paper 


" 




Review 


W. 


Ind 12,5OO 


" 




Canadian Poultry 










Journal 


M! 


Poultry 9% 


" 




Canadian Royal Tem- 










plar 


M. 


Temperance ..8 V 


" 




Intercolonial Gas Jour- 










nal of Canada 


M. 


Gas Industries 


Hanover 


3,200 


Post 


W. 


Ind 1,825 


Harriston .... 


1,700 


Review 


W. 


Con X 


Havelock .... 


1.550 


Standard 


W. 


Ind X 


Hawkesbury . 


4,500 


Echo 


w. 


Ind i# 


" 




Le Moniteur 


w. 


Ind 1% 


Hepworth .... 


500 


Progress 


w. 


Ind % 


Hespeler 


2,500 


Herald 


w. 


Ind X 


Highgate .... 


650 


Monitor 


w. 


Ind y,. 


Huntsville. . . . 


.. 2,358 


Forester 


w. 


Ind i 


Ingersoll 


. . 5.500 


Chronicle 


w. 


Lib iV 


44 




Oxford Tribune 


w. 


Con X 


Iroquois 


849 


St. Lawrence News . . 


w. 


Ind X 


Jarvis 


485 


Record 


w. 


Ind X 


Keewatin .... 


1,300 


Enterprise 


w. 


Con V 


Kemptville . . . 


1,192 


Advance 


w. 


Ind 2% 


Kenora 


6,200 


Miner and News .... S.-W. 


Ind i 







Examiner 


w. 


Ind.-Lib % 


Kincardine. . . 


.. 1,956 


Reporter 


w. 


Lib i 


44 




Review 


w. 


Con i V 


Kingston. . 


. . 23,700 


British Whig 


D. 


Ind.-Lib... 6,866t 


ii 




S. 


-w. 


Ind.-Lib... 4,O85f 


" 




Standard 


D. 


Ind. -Un.. 4,948* 


44 S.-W. 


Ind.-Un 2 


41 Queen's Univ. Jour'l.S.-W. 


College X 


41 




Can. Freeman 


W. 


Relig 4.OOO 


" 




Canadian 


M. 


Broth'd ii V 


ii 




Queen's Quarterly. .. . 


Q. 


College V 


Kingsville. ... 


1, 800 


Reporter 


w. 


Ind 479 


Kitchener 


20,000 


News- Record 


D. 


Con 3,371t 


" 




Telegraph 


D. 


Lib 2V 


41 




Ontario Journal 


W. 


Ind 3.23O* 


44 




St. Jerome's Schoolman 


Q- 


College X 


Lakefield 


'.397 


News 


W. 


Ind X 


Lanark 


737 


Era 


w. 


Ind 1,536 



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280 



CONDENSED LIST-ONTARIO 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper ] 


ssue 


Classification Circ. 


Learning-ton .... 


3,200 


Post and News 


W. 


Ind 2.O5O 


Lindsay 


8,300 


Post 


D. 


Lib 2,164* 


' 




" 


W. 


Lib i ft 







Warder 


D. 


Con 2,519* 


" 




Watchman- Warder. . . 


W. 


Con 2X 


Listowel 


2,300 


Banner 


W. 


Lib iX 


< < 




Standard 


W. 


.Con iX 


Little Current . . 


1,400 


Manitoulin Expositor. 


W. 


Ind.-Lib y* 


London 


60,000 


Advertiser^.,^.*^.) 


D. 


Lib 44,032* t 


' 




FreePress^.A^e.) 


D. 


Ind. Con. 41,127* f 


" 




Catholic Record 


W. 


Relig 31,155 


< 




Echo 


W. 


Ind. (Free). . . . 10 


' 




Farmer's Advocate. . . 


W. 


Agric 3O,826| 


< 




Canadian White Rib- 






' 




bon Tidings 


M. 


Temperance. .9 


1 




Can. Woodman 


M. 


Broth'd 6$4 


L'Orignal 


1,500 


Advocate 


W. 


Lib % 


Lucan 


709 


Sun 


W. 


Ind % 


Lucknow 


967 


Sentinel 


W. 


Ind 1,315 


Madoc 


1,200 


Review 


W. 


Ind i 


Markdale 


925 


Standard 


W. 


Ind \ l / 2 


Markham 


:,ooo 


Economist 


W. 


Ind 1,126 


Marmora 


915 


Herald 


W. 


Ind X 


Meaford 


3,000 


Express 


W. 


Ind I 


" 




Mirror 


W. 


Con % 


" 




Monitor 


W 


Lib X 


Merlin 


500 


Standard 


W. 


Ind /, 


Merrickville. . . . 


993 


Post 


W. 


Ind X 


Mi'dland 


6,400 


Argus 


W. 


Con i 


' 




Free Press 


W. 


Ind IX 


Mildmay 


900 


Gazette 


W. 


Ind % 


Millbrook 


793. 


Mirror .... 


W. 


Ind X 


" 




Reporter 


W. 


Ind. -Con . . . . i 


Milton 


2,009 


Canadian Champion . . 


W 


Ind 1.O3O 


" 




Reformer 


W 


Lib X 


Milverton 


826 


Sun 


W. 


Ind 2 


Minden 


300 


Echo 


W. 


Ind.-Con i 


Mitchell 


1,766 


Advocate 


W. 


Con . .2 


(i 




Recorder 


W. 


Lib i 


Monkton 


400 


Times 


W. 


Ind X 


Morrisburg .... 


1,696 


Leader 


W. 


Ind iX 


Mount Forest . . 


2,000 


Confederate and 






it 




Representative 


W. 


Ind i# 


Napanee 


3,000 


Beaver 


W. 


Con 3,463* 


" 




Express 


W. 


Lib 


Newcastle 


655 


Independent 


W. 


Ind % 


New Hamburg".. 


1, 600 


Independent 


W. 


Ind I 


New Liskeard. . 


2,108 


Speaker 


W. 


Ind iX 


Newmarket .... 


3.5oo 


Era 


W. 


Lib l,767 k * 


" 




Express-Herald 


W. 


Ind.-Con.. :. X 


< i 




Christian Vanguard. S. 


-M. 


Relig X 


Niagara Falls . . 


15,000 


Review 


D 


Ind.-Lib 3 


ii 




La Luce 


M. 


Italian Relig4,8OO 


Niagara - on -the 








/- "* 


Lake 


2,000 


Advance 


W. 


Ind 


North Bay 


10,240 


Despatch -& Tribune. . 


w r . 


Con X 


< t 




Times , 


W. 


Ref.-Lib X 



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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



281 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper Issue 


Classification Cire, 


Norwich 


1.45 


Gazette W. 


Ind I 


Norwood 


945 


Register W. 


Ind 84O 


Oakville 


3,000 


News W. 


Ind )4 


" 




Record W. 


Con ^ 


" 




Star W. 


Ind % 


Orangeville .... 


2,400 


Banner W. 


Ind 2,528* 







Dufferin Post W. 


Con 1)4 


i 




Sun W. 


Con 


Orillia 


8,952 


News-Letter W. 


Ind....: 2)4 


'< 




Packet W. 


Ind. -Con 3 


" 




Times W. 


Lib 2,833* 







Can. Workman M. 


Broth'd 


<' 




Sons of Temperance 








Record M. 


Temp 


Orono 


1,000 


News W. 


Ind tf 


Oshawa 


9,400 


Ontario Reformer. . . . W. 


Lib 2.65O 


Ottawa 


117.744 


Citizen D. 


Ind 28,6O2f 


ii 




Journal-Press (M). ... D. 
Journal (E) D. 


Un } ' 23,3O4f 


i< 




Farm Journal S.-W. 


Agric. and 








Dairy... 18,21Ot 


" 




Le Droit D. 


Ind 7,421t 


" 




W. 


Ind 3^f 


" 




Canada Gazette W. 


"Gov't 


ii 




Canadian W. 


Ind 


" 




Can. Labor Press .... W. 


Labor 


" 




United Canada W. 


Ind., Relig. . -T% 


" 




Danebrog W. 


Ind.-Danish. .1 


ii 




Can.MilitaryGazette.S.-M. 


Military 


" 




Le Canadien-Errant . .S-M. 


Lit . . .1 


" 




Agric. Gazette of Can. . M . 


Agric 


ii 




Can. Forestry Journal. M. 


Conservation^^ 


" 




C.m. Labor Press. . . . M. 


Labor 


" 




Civilian M. 


Civil Service . 


" 




Labor Gazette M. 


Industrial. . .. 


" 




Naturalist M. 


Scientific .... 


' 




Le Prevoyant M. 


Broth'd 25 


Otterville 


500 


News W. 


Ind 


Owen Sound . . . . 


12.750 


Advertiser S.-W. 


Ind. -Lib 2 


" 




Sun-Times S.-W. 


Ind.-Lib. .6,269* 


" 




Christian Messenger M. 


Relig ^ 


Paisley 


820 


Advocate W. 


Ind 1,173 


Palmerston 


2,000 


Spectator W. 


Ind )4 


Paris 


4,866 


Review W. 


Con IX 


it 




Star-Transcript W. 


Lib iX 


Parkhill 


1,500 


Gazette W. 


Ind i 


Parry Sound . . . . 


3.5 


Canadian W. 


Con X 


" 




North Star W. 


Lib I 


Pembroke 


8,000 


Observer W. 


Lib i% 


it 




Standard W. 


Ind.-Con. .1,988 


Penetanguishene 


3-935 


Herald W. 


Ind % 


Perth 


3,800 


Courier W. 


Lib a# 


" 




Expositor W. 


Con 2 


Peterborough . . 


. . 20,600 


Examiner D. 


Lib 5,778 *f 


" 




W. 


Lib 2.1OO* 


" 




Review D. 


Con 3,685 


' * 




" W. 


Con 2# 



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282 



CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cira 



Peterborough..., 20,600 Farm & Dairy W. 



Petrolia 3,000 

Pickering 500 

Picton 35 6 4 



Plattsville 

Port Arthur 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne . . . 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 



700 
15,000 

600 
3,000 
l,ooo 
1,400 
1,328 
5,092 



Port Perry ^ 1,150 

Port Rowan 759 

Powassan 800 

Prescott 3,450 

Preston 4,9 

Rainy River i , 700 

Renfrew 6,000 

Richards Landing 300 

Richmond Hill. . . 1,002 

Ridgetown 2,500 

Ridgeway 800 

Ripley 650 

Rodney 7 

Russell 9 

St. Catharines. .. 19,014 



St. Mary's , 4,000 

St. Thomas 17,000 

Sarnia 13,000 

Sault Ste. Marie. 20,000 



Seaforth 2,052 

Shelburne 1,200 



Canadian Florist.. ..Bi-W. 

Canadian Horticul- 
turist M. 

Advertiser-Topic . . . W. 

News W. 

Gazette W. 

Times W. 

Echo W. 

News-Chronicle .... D. 

Canadan Uutiset. . . W. 

Enterprise W. 

Citizen W. 

News W. 

Maple Leaf. W. 

Times W. 

Guide D. 

" W. 

Times W. 

Trinity College 

School Record 

Observer W. 

Star W. 

News ... W. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Progress W. 

Gazette W. 

Journal W. 

Mercury W. 

St. Joe Herald W., 

Liberal W. 

Dominion W. 

Plaindealer W. 

Herald W. 

Express W. 

Mercury W. 

Leader W. 

Journal D. 

Standard D. 

Acta Ridleiana. . . .Tri.-Y. 

Argus W. 

Journal W. 

Times-Journal D. 

" W. 

Municipal World. ... M. 

Canadian Observer. . D. 

" .... W. 

Star D. 

Steelton News W. 

Huron Expositor. . .. W. 

News W. 

Economist W. 

Free Press W. 



Farming & 
Dairyingl8,O89*t 
Horticulture . y^ 

Fruit, etc. ... 10 

Ind 2,012* 

Ind i 

Con 1,95O 

Lib 3,442 * 

Ind %. 

Ind 4,242* 

Finnish. . . .2?/ 



Ind X 

Ind 

Ind X 

Lib 1,433 

Lib i 

Lib 2^ 

Con I 



School 

Lib. -Con .... }4 

Ind.-Lib X 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Lib i 

Ind.-Con. . . . X 

Un X 

Ind.-Con. . . . \X 
Ind.-Lib.. 2.77O* 

Ind X 

Lib X 

Lib.-Con.. .947 

Lib 

Ind 

Lib X 

Ind i 

Ind y 2 

Lib iX 

Con.... 7,796 *f 

College 

Lib... 

Ind.-Con.2,7OO* 

Ind 9,047 *f 

Ind i 

Municipal ... 3 



Ind iX 

Ind.-Con. ... 4 

Ind i 

,-Lib 3,250 

Con i 

Ind i 

Con . . . iX 



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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



Place 


Pop. Name of Paper 


Issue Classification Circ. 


Simcoe 


4,000 British Canadian. . 


.. W. Con i 


" 


Reformer 


. . W. Ind.-Lib 3 X 


Smith's Falls. . . 


6,200 Rideau Record ... 


..S.-W. Lib 1,656 


44 


News 


W. Ind.-Con 2 


Smithville 


750 Review 


.. W. Ind.-Lib . ..962* 


Southampton.. . 


2,400 Beacon 


.. W. Ind X 


South Mountain 


350 Mountain Herald . 


... W. Ind K 


Stayner 


1,039 Sun 


.. W. Ind % 


Stirling 


900 Leader 


.. W. Con % 


" 


News-Argus 


.. W. Ind ' y* 


Stouffville 


1,225 Tribune 


.. W. Ind % 


Stratford 


17,500 Beacon 


.. D. Ind.-Lib. . . .3^ 


" 


44 , 


.. W. Ind.-Lib I 


" 


Herald 


.. D. Con.-Un.3,O14*t 


" 


" 


.. W. Con.-Un % 


Strathroy 


3,000 Age 


.. W. Lib itf 


14 


Dispatch 


.. W. Con i# 


Streetsville 


1,000 Review 


.. W. Ind # 


Sudburv 


8,500 Star 


.S.-W. Ind 3.OOO 


" 


Mining News 


. . W. Con 


Sunderland 


600 Brock Banner 


W. Ind.-Con.. 


Published in Cannington as part of Ontario Gleaner. 


Sundridge 


600 Echo 


. . W. Ind X 


Tara 


l,ooo Leader 


W. Ind.-Con i 


Tavistock 


i , 200 Gazette 


W. Ind 8OO 


Teeswater 


950 News 


W. Ind % 


Thamesville. ... 


900 Herald 


W. Ind X 


Thessalon 


2,700 Algoma Advocate. . 


W. Ind X 


Thornbury 


900 Review-Herald . . . 


W. Ind i 


Thorold 


4,500 Post 


S.-W. Ind X 


Tilbury 


1,703 Times . 


W. Ind X 


Tilsonburg .... 


3,155 Liberal 


W. Lib i# 


<l 


Observer 


W. Con IX 


Timmins 


5,006 Advance 


W. Ind X 




Timmins and Por- 




" 


cupine Herald. . . 


W. Lib i 


Toronto 


541,000 Globe 


D. Lib 83,679t 


" 


Mail & Empire. . . . 


D. Con. ...7O,144t 


44 


Star 


D. Ind.-Lib.81.O34t 


41 


44 


W. Ind.-Lib.63,O46t 


14 


Telegram 


D. Ind 85,829f 


44 


Times 


D. Con 43^ 


" 


World: 


D. Ind.-Con3O,824*f 


ii 


44 


Sun. Ind.-Con.82,949*t 


44 


Hebrew Journal. . . 


D. Ind. -Jewish. 


" 


Varsity 


Tri-W. College 


<l 


Canadian Baptist. . 


W. Relig 6# 


" 


CanadianCh'rchm'n 


W. Relig 4# 


44 


Can. Congregat'n'st 


W. Relig I 


" 


Can. Countryman.. 


W. Agric .36,995 *f 



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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



Place 


Pop. Name of Paper Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Toronto 




Engineering.. 2% 


ii 




Canadian Farm. . . . W. 
Canadian Grocer . . W. 


Agric . . 24, 635 *f 
Trade.. 6>if 


ii 


Can. Hardware 
Journal W. 


Trade.- 2 


ii 


Can. Insurance. . . . W. 
Can. Machinery and 
Mfctrs: News. . . W. 


Insurance 
Trade 2% 


ii 
ii 


Canadian Observer W. 
Catholic Register. . W. 


Col'd Races 11.5OO 
Relig 13 


ii 


Christian Guardian. \V. 


Relie. . 21 \i 


M 


Contract Record & 
Engin'g Review.. W. 


Trade 


<( 


East and West. W. 


Relie. 4Q3^ 


41 


Farmer's Sun. . . . W. 


Aerie. . 17 





Financial Post W. 


Finance 6^ 


< 


Hardware & Metal. W. 


Trade -\V.\ 


II 


Industrial Banner. . W. 


Labor 19 


1 1 


Jack Canuck W 


Ind 


II 


Monetary Times . . . W. 


Fin., Ins., and 
Comm.. .... 5 


11 


Once-a-Week .... W. 


Ind. -Con. . . 


I ( 


Ontario Gazette. . . W. 


Gov't 





Pioneer W. 


Soc. Progress. . 


11 


Presbyterian and 
Westmister. W. 
Record W. 


23,6051* 

Relig.and Lit.. 10% 
Record Paper. 


II 
tl 

1 I 


Riverdale Leader. . W. 
Saturday Night W. 
Sentinel W. 


Local (free) 4 
Lit., Illus 34,978*f 
Relig ..26,674*t 


II 


Statesman W. 


Lib.. ..qk' 


II 


Times W. 


Local (free) .... 


II 


War Cry W. 


Relig 


II 
II 


Wilson List of Rural 
Newspapers .... W. 
Young Soldier W. 


14O,88i;* 

Relig 


II 


J e wi s h Labor 
Gazette . . . . W 


Ind 


" 


La Tribuna 
Canadiana W. 


Italian-Con 5^ 


II 


Can. Courier Bi-W. 


Lit 47,267*f 


II 


CanadaLumberman 
& Woodworker . S.-M. 


Trade 


II 


Canadian Forward S.-M. 


Socialist/. .... 12 


II 


Can. Teacher S.-M. 


Educ ..6^ 


II 


Electrical Newsand 
Eng'ring Journ'l S.-M. 


Trade 2% 


.1 


Farmer's Magazine. S.-M. 


Aerric. . ist 


II 


Power House S.-M. 


Trade ,. .3% 





Sanitary Engineer S.-M. 


Trade . . . i ^ 


l< 


Shoe and Leather 
Journal S -M. 


Trade 


II 


Acta Victoriana. ... M. 


Colfeere . . . /^ 


II 


Adult Class . . M. 


Relig 


II 


Aviation News.... M. 


Aviation 


It 


Baker &Confction'r M. 


Trade.. 









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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



285 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Banking. ..2,511* 

Reiig 7^ 

Trade i 

Insur. and 

Finance . . . !#" 
Medical and 

Military . ... 

Ind 

Medical 2j 

Legal 

Boys 

Trade I# 

Scientific \% 

Trade i # 

Trade 2,826 

Trade i 

Trade l^ 

Trade.... 3,7OO 

Household. . 



Trade 



7* 



Toronto 541,000 Bank Directory of 

Canada M. 

' Baptist Visitor M. 

" Bk'seller& St'tion'r M. 

" Bulletin M. 

" Bulletin of the Army M. 

Medical Corps . . 

" Canada and India. . M. 

Canada Lancet. . . . M. 

Canada Lawjournal M. 

" Can. Boy Builder. . M. 

" Canadian Builder. .. M. 

" Canadian Chemical 

Journal M. 

" Canadian Cigar and 

Tobacco Journal M 

Canadian Druggist M. 

Can. Foundryman . M. 
" Can.FurnifreW'rld 

& Undertaker. .. M. 

Can. Harnessjournal M. 

Can. Home Journal M. 
Can. Implm't Trade 

& Power Farming M. 
Canadian Journal of 

Med. & Surgery M. 

Can. Journ'l of Music M. 

Can. Law Times.. . M. 

Canadian Magazine M. 

Can. Manhood M. 

Can. Manufacturer M. 
Can. Medical Asso- 
ciation Journal.. M. 
Can. Motor Boat M. 

Canadian Motorist . M. 
Can. Motor Tractor 
and Implement 

Trade Journal . . M. 
Canadian Music 

Trades Journal. . ' M. 
Can. Optometrist 

and Optician... M. 
Can. Pharmaceutic'l 

Journal M. 

Can. Poultry Review M. 
Can. Practitioner 

and Review M. 

Canadian Railway 

& Marine World M. 
Clothier & Haber- 
dasher M. 

Construction M. 

Dom. Dent'l Journal M. 

Dom. Ind. Oddfell'w M. 
Dominion Medical 

Monthly M. 



Medical ...... 

Mus. Life ..... 

Legal ........ 

Literary ____ 

Y. M. C. A.. 
Trade ....... 2 



Medical ...... 

Boats and 

Aviation. ... 7 

Motoring. 6,331*f 



Trade ...... 

Music TradesiX 
Trade ........ 



Drugs ....... 1% 

Poultry ..... l6j^ 

Medical ...... 

Rail., Marine, 
etc ........ 2# 

Trade ....... 2 

Trade ........ I 

Dental ..... l# 

B'hood ....... 

Medical ..... 



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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



Plao* 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cite. 



Toronto. . . . 


. . . 541,000 Dry Goods Review 


M. 


Trade 2^ 


ii 


Economist 


M. 


Ins.& Finance 


" 


Electrical Dealer & 
Contractor 


M. 


Trade . . . 3/ 


* ' 


Everywoman's W'ld 
Footwear in Canada 


M. 
M. 


Literary 
lO4,4O2t 

Trade 2 


, 


Forester . . . . 


M. 


B'hood. 


M 


Freemason 


M. 


Masonic 


i, 


Furniture Journal. , 


M. 


Trade 




Hospital World 
Industrial Canada. 


M. 
M. 


Hos. Interests 
Trade . 3^ 


u 


Insurance and 
Financial Review 
Khaki Call 


M. } 
' M. 


Ins., Banking 
& Finance .2% 

Army & Navy 


<i 


Kennel and Bench.. 


M. 


Doers. . . . i // 





- Life Underwriters' 
News 


M. 


Life Ins. . i ^ 





Lord's Dav Adv'c'te 


M. 


Relig 


i i 


Maclean's Magazine 


M. 


Literary .... 70! 


K 


McM'ster Univ'rsity 
Monthly 


M. 


College 





Marine Engineering 
of Canada 


M. 


Engineering. . i^ 




Marketing . . . 


M. 


Com'l . 3^ 





Masonic Sun 


M. 


Masonic .... 


,, 


Men's ^Vear Review 


M. 


Trade.... i# 


it 


Missi'n'y Mess'nger 


M. 


Relie.. . . i6!/ 


11 


Missionary Outlook 


M. 


Relie. . , . . is.U 


it 


Mission \Vorld. . . . 


M. 


Relie. i 14 


<i 


Money and Risks. . 
Monthly Letter. . . . 


M. 

M. 


Ins., Fin. and 
Comm 
Relig 


i< 


Motoring 


M. 


Motoring . . . 3")" 


ii 


Motor Magazine of 
Canada 


M. 


Motors ^J/ 


i. 


Motor Trade 


M. 


Trade tf 





Musical Canada. . . 


M. 


Music I 


ii 


National Progress. . 


M. 


Lit 


ii 


Oral Health 


M. 


Dental 


ii 


Pathfinder .... 


M. 


Relig 12 


ii 


Pottery, Glass, 
House Furnish- 
ings and Toys. . . 


M. 


Trade 


u 


Printer & Publisher 


M. 


Trade ' Vt 


ii 


Retail Druggist . . 


M. 


Trade 1% 


ii 


Retail Grocer and 
Provisioner 


M. 


Trade.. . 4 


ti 

14 


Rural Canada .... 
Sailor 


M. 
M. 


Agric. and 
Household 29 
Navy League 45 


(1 


School . . 


M. 


Educ. . . . ? it 


II 
II 


Social Welfare .... 
Sons of Engl'd R'c'rd 


M. 
M. 


Temperance 
Rroth'd 


II 


Sun. School Banner 


M. 


Relig i6# 


II 


Teachers' Assistant 


M. 


Relig 


II 


Teachers' Monthly 


M. 


Relie.. . .\\\i 


II 


Tr'der&Can. Jew'l'r 


M. 


Trade !&' 











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CONDENSED LIST ONTARIO 



287 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Pa per Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Toronto 


. 541,000 


Trinity Univ. Rev. M. 


College tf 


" 




University Monthly M. 


College 


" 




Woman's Century. M. 


Woman's 








Interests. . .6% 


44 




Women's Wear. ... M. 


Trade i ^ 


" 




Youth and Service. M. 


Relig 5 


" 




Christian Worker.. Bi-M. 


Relig itf 


14 




Canadian Fashion 








Quarterlies Q. 


Fashions 


" 




Echoes Q. 


I.O.D.E 


" 




Eve ry woman's 








Needlecraft Com- 








panion Q. 


Needlecraft 


" 




Home Study Quarterly Q. 


Relig 44^ 


" 




Intermediate 








Quarterly Q. 


Relig 25^ 


" 




Junior Quarterly ... Q. 


Relig 


" 




Neglected C'ntinent Q. 


Relig 21 






Senior Berean Les- 








son Quarterly ... Q. 


Relig 


" 




Square Deal Q. 


Soc. Reform. . * 


Tottenham 


600 


Sentinel W. 


Ind Yi. 


Trerrton 


6,900 


Advocate '. . . W. 


Con 34 


" 




Courier W. 


Ind I 


Tweed 


1,500 


Advocate W. 


Ind % 


" 




News W. 


Ind i# 


Uxbridge 


1,700 


Journal W. 


Lib 1,256* 


" 




Times W. 


Con i# 


Vankleek Hill.. 


1, 800 


Review W. 


Ind i# 


Victoria Harbor 


1,700 


New Era W. 


Ind. -Con X 


Walkerton 


3,100 


Bruce Herald and 








Times W. 


Con 


14 




Telescope W. 


Lib i X 


Wallaceburg . . . 


5,000 


Saturday Herald.. W. 


Ind % 


" 




News W. 


Ind 2,O45* 


Warkworth .... 


75 


Journal W 


Ind ^ 


Waterdown .... 


900 


Review W. 


Ind 


Waterford 


1,200 


Star W. 


Lib itf 


Waterloo 


4.625 


ChronicleTel'graph W. 


Lib 2X 


Watford 


1,290 


Guide-Advocate... W. 


Ind i# 


Welland 


10,000 


Telegraph S.-W. 


Un 3% 


" 




People's Press .... W. 


Lib 5,O94* 


44 




Tribune W. 


Lib 5,149* 


14 




HomeCircleLeader M. 


Broth'd 6 


Wellesley 


750 


Maple Leaf W. 


Ind # 


Westboro 


3.000 


News W. 


Ind 


West Lome .... 


800 


Elgin Sun W. 


Ind X 


Weston 


2,500 


Times and Guide.. W. 


Ind i 


Westport 


1,000 


Mirror W. 


Ind % 


West Toronto. . 


12,000 


West York Herald W. 


Con 4 


Wheatley 


800 


Journal W. 


Ind % 


Whitby 


2,900 


Gazette &Chronicle W. 


Ind i* 






Vox Collegii M. 


College 


Wiarton 


2,000 


Canadian Echo.. . W. 


Ind i# 


Winchester 


1,250 


Press W. 


Ind I 


Windsor 


28,064 


Border Cities Star.. D. 


Ind 12 X 






Herald W. 


Ind 7# 



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2 88 



CONDENSED LIST QUEBEC 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper Issue Classificati it Circ 


Windsor 


28,064 


La Defense W. Ind.-French. . 


ii 




Le Progres W. Lib. -French. . X 


Wingham 


2,700 


Advance W. Con i ^ 


" 




Times W. Lib I 


Woodstock 


10,500 


Sentinel Review. .. D. Ind 5,6O2* 


" 




W. Ind 2,217* 


" 




Express W. Con i ^ 


ii 




Rod & Gun M. Sport 17^ 


Woodville 


500 


Advocate W. Ind 






Published in Beaverton by Beaverton Express. 


Wroxeter 


700 


News W. Ind .".... 


Wyoming 


489 


Enterprise W. Ind ^ 


Zurich 


600 


Herald W. Ind X 






QUEBEC 


Arthabaska 


2,250 


L 1 Union des Cantons 






de 1'Est W. Lib i 


Beauceville 


6,500 


L'Eclaireur W. Lib 2>i 


Bedford 


1,400 


News W. (See St. Johns 






News) 


Buckingham. . . 


4,000 


Po'st W. Ind % 


Chicoutimi 


7.5oo 


Progres du Saguenay W. Ind 4571* 


" 




L'Echo Paroissial 






du Sacre-Coeur. . . . M. Relig i 


,11 




Le Messager de St. 






Antoine M. Relig 14 


Coaticook 


3,200 


Observer. W. Ind X 


Danville 


1,200 


Times-Guardian W. Lib 






Pubtdin Richm'dby Richmond Times-Guardian. 


Farnham 


3.560 


Leader W. Ind 






Publd in Granby by Granby Leader-Mail. 


Fraserville 


7,8OO 


L' Action Canadienne W. Con ^ 


" 




Le Journal W. Lib 


" 




Le St. Laurent W. Lib 2# 


Granby 


7,000 


Leader-Mail W. Ind I 


" 




Monthly Leaflet M. Relig 


" 




White Ribbon Leaflet M. Temperance. . 


Grand' Mere. . . 


8,000 


Le Digesteur T h e 






Digester . W. Ind 


Hull 


22.000 


Advance W. Un X 


" 




Le Spectateur W. Lib 3 ft 


Huntingdon. . . . 


1,466 


Gleaner W. Ind-Lib 2 


" 




News W. (See St. Johns 






News) 


Joliette 


8,900 


L' Action Populaire. . . W. Lib 4 


" 




L'Etoile du Nord W. Ind 3^ 


Knowlton 


865 


News W. (See St. Johns 






News) 


Lachute 


2,500 


News W. (See St. Johns 






News) 


" 




Watchman W. '"Con %. 


Levis 


10,000 


Le Quotidien D. Lib 2 ^ 


" 




" (Hebdomadaire) W. Lib I 






La Lumiere . . W. Relig 1 1 A 



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CONDENSED LIST QUEBEC 



289 



Place 


Pop. Name of Pa per line 


damnification Circ. 


Magog 


3,978 News W. 


(See St. Johns 






News) 


Montmagny . . . 


8,500 Courrier W. 


Lib IX 


" 


Le Peuple W. 


Ind 5,218* 


Montreal 


. 600,000 Gazette D. 


Con 33,531t 


" 


Herald and Telegraph D. 


Lib 19,279f 


" 


McGill Daily D. 


College i X 


" 


Star D. 


Ind.... 112,331*1 


it 


" W. 


Ind.Ag 1471 


" 


Le Canada D. 


Lib 18,595*t 


" 


W. 


Lib 


" 


Le Devoir D. 


Ind 15,261t 


" 


W. 


Ind 2X 


' 


La Patrie 






" Canadian 






Edition. . . D. 


Con . . . 21,805 *f 




U.S. Edition D. 


Con 3,52O*t 




W. 


Con.-Agctl. . . 






12.O14* 


ii 


La Presse 






" Canadian 






Edition . . D. 


Ind 128,801t 




" U.S. Edition D. 


Ind 23,730t 




W. 


Ind-Agctl.41.194f 


11 


Eagle D. 


Ind. -Jewish. . 12 


" 


Russkoye Slovo D. 


Ind.-Russian. 


" 


Chronicle (Banking, 






Ins, 6 Penance). ^. W. 


Ins. & Fin. . . . 


<> 


Financial Times W. 


Finance 4^ 


" 


Labor World W. 


Labor 


" 


Maisonneuve Leader. W. 


Ind 


" 


Northern Messenger. W. 


Relig.... 60,546* 


14 


Standard W. 


Lit. & News. . 






77,603 *f 


II 


Trade Bulletin W. 


Trade 


< 


Witness & Canadian 








Agrcl. ..17, 873* t 


II 


World Wide W. 


Lit 8,93O*t 


II 


L'Aurore W. 


Relig X 


II 


L'AutoritS W. 


Ind I 5 J|{ 


II 


Le Bulletin W. 


Lib 9 # 


II 


Le Bulletin des Agri- 






culteurs W. 


Agr'c'l 8 


" 


Le Canard W. 


Humor -j% 


" 


Le Moniteur dti Com- 






merce W. 


Trade 3 # 


" 


Le Nationaliste W. 


Ind 


II 


Le Nord de Montreal W. 


Ind.-Local(free)4JC 


II 


Le Pays W. 


Lib.-Ind iotf 


II 


Le Prix Courant W. 


Com'l.. 2,25O*t 


" 


Le Samedi W. 


Lit 27,374*t 


II 


La Semaine Religieuse W. 


Relig 2X 


" 


L'Araldo del Canada W. 


Italian jX 


" 


Can. Jewish Chronicle W. 


Ind. -Jewish . .3^ 


II 


L'Independente Corr- 






iere del Canada . . . W. 


Italian 8 



A. McKni, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



290 



CONDENSED LIST QUEBEC 



Place 


Pop. Name of Paper Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Montreal 


. 600 ooo L' Italia. \V. 


Italian.. 8 87O 


ti 


Jewish Weekly W. 


Ind. -Jewish 


ii 

ii 


Le Passe-Temps. . . Bi-W. 
By- Water . . . . M. 


Music & Lit.. 8^ 
Lit. and Travelo?/ 


' 


Canada West India 
Magazine M. 


Trade&Travel.! i/ 


" 


Can. Messenger of the 
Sacred Heart M. 


Relig... .80,571* 


ii 

ii 

ii 


Can. M'nicipal Journal M. 
Canadian Official 
Railway Guide . . M. 
Export Journal of 
Canada . . M. 
Journal of Agriculture. M. 

Monthly Bulletin M. 


Municipal 3^ 
Transportation 5 

Export 
(See Journal 
d'Agric'lture) 
Relie. 


ii 


Monthly Bulletin Can. 
Mining Inst M. 


Mining i 


(i 


Motorist M. 


Autos.. 


ii 
ii 


Pharmaceutical Journal M. 
Presbyterian Record. M. 


Pharmacy . . . ifc 
Relief. . . . 57 


ii 


Quebec Practice Re- 
ports M. 


Legal 


ii 


Sentinel of the 
Blessed Sacrement. . M. 


Relie . . 


it 


Shipbuilding & Harbor 
Construction M. 


Trade 


ii 


Veteran M. 


Hist, and Lit. 83^ 


" 


L" Action Francaise . . M. 
Alliance Nationale . . . M. 


Fraternal .... 3^ 
Broth'd .... 


ii 
ii 


L' Ami des Sourds Muets M. 
Annales des Pretres 
Adorateurs .... M. 


Deaf & Dumb ^ 
Relig . 


ii 


L' Artisan M. 


Fraternal . . . 47 


ii 
ii 


La Bonne Parole .... M. 
Le Bulletinde la Cham- 
bre de Commerce. . M. 


Fraternal .... 
Com'l 


ii 


Bulletin Eucharistique M. 


Relig. . . . 


ii 


La Clinique M. 


Medical 3/^ 


ii 


Journal d'Agriculture 
et d'Horticulture. . . M. 
Le Messager Canadien 
du Sacr-Cceur. ... M. 
La Minerve . \V. 


Agric.Fr.83,517* 
Eng. 7,645* 
SeeCan.Mess. 
of the S.H. 
Con 


n 


Le Nigog . M. 


Lit 


" 


Petit Mess. duTres St. 
Sacrement M. 


Relig 


ii 


La Revue Canadienne M. 


Literary . \ 


ii 


La Revue dejurisprud. M. 


Legal 


ii 


La Revue Legale .... M. 


Legal 


ii 
ii 


La Revue Nationale. M. 

La Revue Populaire. . . M. 
Le Semeur M. 


French National 
Interests 
Literary. 10,246* 
Relie. . . . 2 \i 


ii 


La Temperance M. 


Temp. . 


ii 
ii 


L'Union Medicale... 
du Canada M. 


Medical 


ii 


Can. Antiquarian Q. 


Antiques 



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CONDENSED LIST QUEBEC 



291 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Pa per Issue Classification Circ. 



Montreal 600,000 



Ormstown 930 

Pt.auxTrembles 1,800 
Quebec 103,246 



Richmond 3>5o 

Rimouski 4,000 



Roberval 2,500 

Rock Island. . . . 1,300 
Ste. Anne de 

Bellevue 1,700 



Ste. Anne de 

Ristigouche. . 1,060 
St. Hyacinthe.. 11,000 



St. Jerome 6,200 



Canadian Railroader. Q. Railroad. 

Journal Can. Bankers' 

. Asso Q. 

University Magazine. Cj. 

Bulletin W. 

L' Administration . . . W. 

Chronicle D. 

" (Gazette).. W. 

Telegraph D. 

L' Action Catholique.. D. 
.. W. 

L'Evenement D. 

W. 

Le Soleil D. 

W. 

Le Bulletin du Com- 
merce W. 

Le Franc Parleur. . . . W. 

Le Gaspesian W. 

La Gazette Officielle. W. 

Le Mousquetaire .... W. 

LaSemaineCom'rciale W. 

LaSemaineReligieuse W. 

Diocesan Gazette.. .. M. 

Annales deNotreDame 
du Sacr-Cceur .... M. 

La Basse-Cour M. 

LeBulletindelaFerme M. 

Le Croise M. 

L'EnseignementPrim- 
aire M. 

LesFleursde la Charit M. 

Le NaturalisteCanadien M. 

Educational Record.. Q. 

News. . . . W. 



Banking.. 3,945* 
College ...... i^ 



Ind 

Ind-.Con. . 
Ind. -Con ..... 

Ind.-Lib. .11,631* 
Ind ........ 14,056 

Ind ......... i 5 X 

Con ..... 18,260 * 

Con ........ 4,811* 

Lib.. . . 38,358 *f 

Lib .......... 6% 

Trade ....... i % 

Ind .......... 2# 

Ind .......... 

Gov't ........ 

College ...... 

Cffm'l ........ 

Relig ........ 

Relig ........ 



Times-Guardian W. 

Le Progres du Golfe. W. 

Le Messager de Ste. 
Anne M. 

Le Colon W. 

Stanstead Journal . . . W. 

Can. Textile Journal. . W. 

Journal of Commerce W. 

Pulp and Paper Mag- 
azine W. Trade.. 

Can. Mining Journal S.-M. Mining 

Canadian Fisherman. M. Trade.. 

Iron & Steel of Canada M . Trade . . 

Canadian Bookman Q. Lit 

Macdonald College 

Magazine Q. 



Poultry ...... 

Agric ........ 9^ 

Ind.-Soc'l ____ 

Educ ......... 8}4 

Relig. & Educ 
Scientific ..... 

Educ ........ iX 

(See St. Johns 
News) ..... 

Lib .......... i 

Ind .......... i# 

Relig ........ 4 fc 

Ind .......... % 

Ind ......... i# 

Trade ........ 

Finance. . . 



Micmac Messenger... M. 

Le Clairon W. 

Le Courrier W. 

LaTribune W. Ind. 

L'Avenir du Nord. . . W. Lib. 



Agric. & Lit.. I 

Micmac. Ind .456* 

Lib * 

Lib i* 



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CONDENSED LIST QUEBEC NEW BRUNSWICK 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Clrc. 



St. Johns 7,000 

Bedford 

Knowlton 

Magog 

Huntingdon 

Lachute 

Richmond 



Shawinigan Falls 3,463 

Shawville 750 

Sherbrooke . . . . 23,212 



Sorel . 



Stanstead.. 



9,000 



900 



Thetford Mines. 8,000 
Three Rivers . . . 20,000 



Valleyfield 9>449 

Verdun 30,000 

Waterloo 2,200 



Westmount .... 18,500 

Windsor Mills. . 2,700 



News (seven editions) W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

w. 

Le Canada Francais.. W. 
Montreal Churchman M. 

L'Echo W. 

Equity W. 

Record D. 

La Tribune D. 

Le Messager de St. 

Michel :.... W. 

LeProgresdeL'Est... W. 

Le Courrier W. 

Gazette W. 

Le Sorelois W. 

News Irreg. 

Stanstead Co liege 

Magazine Q. 

Le Canadien .' . . W. 

St. Maurice Valley 

Chronicle W. 

Le Bien Public W. 

Le Trifluvien W. 

Le Progres W. 

Echo W. 

Advertiser W. 

Journal de Waterloo. W. 

News W. 

Times-Guardian. . , . W. 



Con 



Lib ..3* 

Relig 

Lib % 

Ind iX 

Ind 10,252 *f 

Lib 9,537* 

Relig. 

Ind.-Lib i 

Lib 2X 

Lib 

Con 2% 

Con.. 



College . 
Ind.. 



Ind 



Lib .......... 3 

Lib ....... 1.5OO 

Ind. -Local. . . iX 
Lib .......... i 

Ind .......... iX 

Ind ......... 4 

Lib. (See Richmond 
Times-Guard.) 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



Bathurst ..... 4,000 Northern Light W. 

Campbellton . . . 5,000 Graphic W. 

" Tribune W. 

Gazette Tri-W. 

World S.-W. 

W. 

Commercial W. 

2,200 Le Madawaska W. 

8,000 Gleaner D. 

" ..S.-W. 

Mail D. 

" S.-W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Educational Review. M. 
University Monthly . . M. 

1,250 Observer W. 

1,200 Journal W. 



Chatham 5,000 



Edmundston . . . 
Fredericton . . 



Hartland. 
Hillsboro 



Ind IX 

Ind 2% 

Ind. i 

Ind.-Lib iX 

Ind. -Con. . ... % 

Ind-Con I 

Ind IX 

Ind 

Ind. -Con. .6,447* 

Ind. -Con 5 

Ind.-Lib l l / 2 

Ind.-Lib iX 

Gov't 

'"Educat'l i l / 2 

College X 

Lib 2X 

Ind.-Lib # 



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CONDENSED LIST NEW BRUNSWICK NOVA SCOTIA 293 



Place 


Pop. Name of Paper Isaue 


Classification Circ. 


Moncton 


16,000 Times D. 


Lib. -Con. .4, 157* 


44 


44 S.-W. 


Lib.-Con..l,O7O* 


" 


Transcript D. 


Ind.-Lib 4# 


44 


S.-W. 


Ind.-Lib \%, 


41 


L'Acadien S.-W. 


Lib 2* 


44 


L'Evangeline S.-W. 


Ind 3* 


ii 


Can. Gov't Railways 






Empl'yes' Mag'zine M. 


Railway 


Newcastle. 


4,800 North Shore Leader. W. 


Ind i% 


44 


Union Advocate W. 


Ind 2 


St. John 


60,000 Globe D. 


Ind.-Lib 4^ 


44 


S.-W. 


Lib 2% 


44 


Standard D. 


Con 14,087 


' 


S.-W. 


Con 


44 


Telegraph-Sun D. 


Ind.-Lib.l4,647*f 


41 


-News. ..S.-W. 


Ind.-Lib 3% 


44 


Times-Star D. 


Ind.-Lib.l3,954*t 


44 


Maritime Baptist W. 


Relig s% 


44 


New Freeman W. 


Ind. -Relig. . . .3^ 


44 


Business Review. ... M. 


Com'l \%. 


11 


Canadian Boy M. 


Boys 2# 


44 


Maritime Retailer... M. 


Trade \ l /t 


St. Stephen . . . 


2,836 Courier W. 


Ind.-Con.. 3,658* 


Sackville 


3,000 Post S.-W. 


Ind l# 


ii 


Tribune S.-W. 


Ind.-Lib 2 


if 


Argosy M. 


College ^ 


44 


Busy East of Canada. M. 


Lit. -Com'l 2%. 


Sussex 


3,000 Record W. 


Ind.-Local4,244 


44 


Maritime Farmer. . .S.-M. 


Agric 9,473* 


Woodstock . . . 


4,000 Carleton Sentinel .... W. 


Lib 2% 


" 


Press W. 


Con l# 



Amherst 10,200 



AnnapolisRoyal. 
Antigonish 



Arichat 

Berwick 

Bridgetown . . . 
Bridgewater.. . 

Caledonia 

Dartmouth .... 

Digby 

Glace Bay 



1,500 
2,000 



850 

1,000 

3.500 
978 

7,000 

M2? 
20,000 



Halifax 55,000 



NOVA SCOTIA 

News D. 

" (News & Sentinel) S.-W. 

Spectator W. 

Casket W. 

Xaverian 

Record W. 

Register W. 

Monitor W. 

Bulletin W. 

Gold Hunter W. 

Patriot W. 

Courier W. 

Gazette D. 

Acadian Recorder. ... D. 
Tri.-W. 

Chronicle D. 

44 (Nova Scotian) W. 

Echo (Ev'g Chronicle) D. 



Ind.-Con.2,O59* 

Ind.-Con 2% 

hid IX 

Ind 6# 

College 

Ind i 

Ind iV 

Ind i% 

Con i# 

Lib.-Con i 

Ind 2 

Ind ..2# 

Lib ,. 5 K 

Lib 2 

Lib 

Lib 13,444* f 

Lib.-Agric. . .8#f 
Lib 8,O46*f 



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294 



CONDENSED LIST NOVA SCOTIA 



Place 


Fop. 


Name of Paper Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Halifax 


55,000 


Herald D. 


Ind.-Conl2,637t 


" 




" Mail & Homestead W. 


Agric 12 


11 




Mail (Ev'g Herald).. D. 


Ind-Con.l5,lO2 


" 




Dalhousie Gazette . . . W. 


College i 


" 




Presbyterian Witness W. 


Ind.-Relig . .6% 


1C 




Royal Gazette W. 


Gov't 


" 




Maritime Merchant Bi.-W. 


Com'l l> 


" 




Canadian R.R. Em- 








ployees Monthly. . M. 


R.R. Labor. .2^ 


1C 




Church Work M. 


Relig 3 


Kentville 


2,500 


Advertiser W. 


Ind 2 


" 




Western Chronicle. . . W. 


Lib I 


" 




Maritime Apple. . . .Bi-W. 


Horticulture. . 


Liverpool 


2,500 


Advance W. 


Ind I 


Lunenburg 


3,000 


News D. 


Ind Y* 


" 




" W. 


Lib. -Con l^ 


M 




Progress-Enterprise.. W. 


Lib i% 


Middleton 


1,000 


Outlook W. 


Ind \% 


New Glasgow . . 


10,000 


News D. 


Ind 3# 


" 




Eastern Chronicle. .S.-W. 


Lib 2.8OO* 


" 




Enterprise W. 


Ind-Con 2 


cc * 




Free Lance W. 


Con 


North Sydney. . 


6,000 


Herald W. 


Lib 4 


Oxford 


1,500 


Journal W. 


Ind X 


Pictou 


4,000 


Advocate W. 


Ind.-Lib.. 2,304* 


Pt. Hawkesbury 


800 


Journal-Bulletin W. 


Lib X 


Pt. Hood 


2,500 


Greetings W. 


Ind itf 


Shelburne 


1,500 


Gazette and Coast 








Guard W. 


Ind. -Con \y^ 


Springhill 


5,713 


Record W. 


Ind-Lib I 


Stellarton 


4,500 


Mar. Mining Record S.-M. 


Mining |^ 


Sydney 


27,000 


Post (M. & E.) D. 


Un 7,033 *f 


cc 




" (Brasd'OrGazette)W. 


Un X 


" 




Record D. 


Lib 4^ 


" 




CanadianLaborLeader W. 


Labor 4 


Sydney Mines. . 


8,000 


News W. 


Ind lj( 


Truro 


6,000 


News D. 


Ind 1,195* 


cc 




" W. 


Ind 5,4O9* 


1C 




Citizen W. 


Ind 


cc 




Colchester Sun W. 


Ind 


" 




Wesleyan W. 


Relig 4,178* 


Windsor 


4,000 


Hants Journal W. 


Ind 2 


" 




Tribune W. 


Ind. -Con 1%. 


" 




Forward Bi-W. 


Temp 


" 




King's College Record M. 


College 


Wolfville 


2,000 


Acadian W. 


Ind I 


" 




Acadia Athenaeum ... M. 


College l /i 


Yarmouth 


7,000 


Post D. 


Con %. 


" 




Times S.-W. 


'"Con . . 


" 




Herald W. 


Lib 3,125* 


" 




Light.... W. 


Ind :.2# 


11 




Telegram W. 


Lib 3125* 



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295 



Place 



Pop. 



NameofPapei Issue Classification Circ. 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 


Charlottetown. . 


12,000 


Examiner D. 


Ind.-Con \tf 






Guardian (M. & Noon) D. 


Lib.-Con.9,589*T 






Patriot (E.) D. 


Lib 4,399* 






Herald \V. 


Relig 






Royal Gazette W. 


Gov't 






Watchman W. 


Ind.-Lib i 


Sumn erside.. . . 


3.500 


Island Farmer W. 


Agricult'l. 3.7OO 






Journal W. 


Con 5 






Pioneer W. 


Lib 3 X 






P. E. I. Agriculturist.. W. 


Agricult'l 5) 






MANITOBA 




Baldur 


550 


Gazette W. 


Ind }4 


Belmont 


300 


News W. 


Ind % 


Binscarth 


300 


Express '. W. 


Ind > 2 


Birtle 


600 


Eye Witness W. 


Ind Ji 


Boissevain 


975 


Recorder W. 


Ind.-Con % 


Brandon 


18,000 


Sun D. 


Ind. -Con.. 4,654* 


" 




" W. 


Ind.-Con 2# 


Carberry 


i, 080 


News-Express W. 


Ind % 


Carman 


1.530 


Leader W. 


Un X 


Cartwright 


400 


Southern Man. Review W. 


Ind % 


Crystal City. . . . 


500 


Courier W. 


Ind % 


Cypress River. . 


35 


Western Prairie W. 


Ind-Con J4 


Dauphin 


4,000 


Herald-Press W. 


Ind i# 


Deloraine 


856 


Times W. 


Ind 75O 


Dominion City.. 


35 


Echo W. 


Ind % 


Dunrea 


300 


Review W. 


Ind 


Published in Minto as a port of Minto- White- 






water Packet. 




Elgin 


350 


Lancet W. 


Ind 


Elkhorn 


800 


Mercury W. 


Un % 


Elmwood 




Advertiser W. 


Ind i% 


Emerson 


1,043 


Journal W. 


Ind.-Lib y 2 


Foxwarren 


i?5 


News W. 


Ind 


Published in Binscarth as a part of Binscarth 






Express. 




Gilbert Plains. . 


436 


Maple Leaf W. 


Ind V 


Gladstone 


890 


Age W. 


Ind X 


Glenboro 


500 


Gazette W. 


Ind % 


Grand View. . . . 


700 


Exponent W. 


Ind # 


Hamiota 


600 


Echo W. 


Ind ^ 


Hartney 


623 


Star W. 


Ind ^ 


Holland 


350 


Observer W. 


Ind ft 


Killarney 


1,250 


Guide W. 


Ind 885 


Langruth 


200 


Herald W. 


Ind 






See Portage la Prairie 




MacGregor 


640 


Herald W. 


Ind % 


Manitou 


680 


Western Canadian . . . W. 


Ind X 


Margaret 


150 


News W. 


Ind 


Published in Minto as a part of Minto U'hite- 






ivater Packet. 





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296 


CONDENSED LIST MANITOBA 


Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper Issue 


Classification Circ 


Melita 


800 


New Era W. 


Ind X 


Miami 


45 


Herald W. 


Ind X 


Minnedosa 


i, 800 


Tribune W. 


Con i 


Minto 


300 


Whitewater Packet ... W. 


Ind X 


Morden 


1,200 


Times W. 


Ind X 


Morris 


700 


Herald W. 


Ind X 


Neepawa 


1,865 


Press S.-W. 


Lib IX 


ii 




Register W. 


Ind. -Con iX 


Ninette 


220 


News W. 


Ind 


Published in Belmont as a part of Belmont News 


Ninga 


2OO 


News W. 


Ind. -Con 


Published in Boissez'ain as a part of Boissevain 






Recorder. 




Oak Lake 


500 


News W. 


ind Jt 


Oak River 


250 


Post W. 


Ind X 


Oakville 


300 


Standard W. 


Ind X 


Pilot Mound. . . . 


550 


Sentinel W. 


Ind X 


Plumas 


35 


Standard W. 


Ind ' X 


Portage la Prairie 


5,000 


Graphic D. 


Ind.-Lib j 


" 




"(Manitoba Liberal) W. 


Ind.-Lib iX 


" 




Langruth Herald W. 


.Ind X 


Rapid City 


600 


Reporter W. 


Ind }4 


Reston 


600 


Recorder W. 


Ind X 


Rivers 


95 


Gazette W. 


Ind X 


Roblin 


500 


Review W. 


Ind X 


Roland 


600 


News W. 


Ind X 


Russell 


800 


Banner W. 


Ind X 


St. Boniface.. . . 


11,403 


Norwood Press W T . 


Ind X 


ii 




Le Manitoba W. 


Con. -French., i X 


" 




Les Cloches S.-M. 


Relig. -French 


" 




L'Ami du Foyer M. 


Relig. -French 8 


St. James 




Leader W. 


Ind ..iX 


Selkirk 


3,400 


Record W. 


Ind X 


Shoal Lake 


700 


Star W. 


Ind X 


Somerset 


45 


News & Swan Lake 








Echo W. 


Ind y z 


Souris 


2,000 


Plaindealer W. 


Ind iX 


Steinbach 


500 


Post W. 


Ind. -German. ^ 


Stonewall 


I, 100 


Argus W. 


Ind X 


Strathclair 


300 


Plain Talk W. 


Ind X 


Swan River .... 


635 


Star W. 


Ind X 


The Pas 


2,500 


Herald W. 


Con iX 


Transcona 


3,000 


Times . W. 


Ind 


Treherne 


750 


Times W. 


Ind 873* 


Virden 


1,750 


Empire-Advance W. 


Ind iX 


Waskada 


600 


News W. 


Ind 


Wawanesa 


500 


Independent W. 


Ind X 


Winnipeg 


201,981 


Free Press (M) D. 


Lib . . \ WQ 4.11+4. 






" News-Bulletin(E)D. 


Lib . . / ' t ''^" A 






" (Prairie Farmer) W. 


Lib.Agr32,6O4*t 






Grain Trade News and 








Livestock Journal . . D. 


Agctl-Com'1..2>^ 






Telegram D. 


Cpn 37^ t 






W. 


Con 25 3ft 






Tribune D. 


Ind'. ...36,639*t 






W. 


Ind 16 



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CONDENSED LIST MANITOBA 



297 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Pa per Issue Classification Circ. 



Winnipeg 201,981 



Israelite Press S.-W. Ind. -Jewish. . 

Dun's Notification 

Sheet W. Legal and Com'l 

Farmer's Advocate ... W. Agric. . 33,603 *f 

Grain Growers' Guide W. Agric. 39.494, *f 

Manitoba Gazette W. Govt 

Mirror W. Record Paper 

North-Ender W. Ind. Local 

(free) 7 

North-West Review.. W. Ind 9^ 

Western Labor News . W. Labor 

Western Star W. Ind 

Winnipeg Newspaper 

Union List W 1 80 

La Libert^ W. Ind.-French. .6% 

La Libre Parole W. Lib. -French . . i 

Canada News W. Lib.-Swed. 4,223 

Canada Posten W. Ind.-Lib.Swed. 2^ 

Can. Farmer W. Lib 10^ 

Canadian Ruthenian. . W. Ruthenian . . .7^ 

Czas (Polish Times) .. W. Ind. -Polish. .. 3 

Gazeta Katolika W. Ind.-Polish. . .8% 

Heimskringla W. Un. Icelandic . 3^ 

Logberg W. Un. Icelandic 3^ 

Nordwesten W. Ind. -German. . 17 

Norrona W. Lib. Nw'gn. 4.6OO 

Russky Narod W. Russian i^ 

L T krainian Labor News. W. Labor 

Ukrainian Voice W. Ind. Ruthenian 1 1 ^ 

VoroJd W. Lib 2% 

Canadian Finance . . .S.-M. Financial .... 

Commercial S.-M. Com'l 4 

N.W. Farmer S.-M. Agric. . . 38,112 *f 

Western Retail Lumber- 
men's Ass'n Bulletin S.-M. Trade 

Winnipeg and Western 

Grocer S.-M. Trade 3 

Solold S.-M. Juvenile-Icelandic. 

Better Business M. Com'l 

Brit.-Am. Lumberman. M. Trade 3 

Can. Blacksmith and 

Woodworker M. Trade 2% 

Can. Farm Implements M. Trade . . 3,'^ 

Can. Thresherman and 

Farmer M. Agric 

Credit Men's Journal. . M. Credit 

Manitoban M. College 

Motor in Canada M. Motoring 6f 

Vox Wesleyana M. College 

Waghorn's Guide M. Reference 9,983 * 

Western Baptist M. Relig 2 

West. Can. Coal 

Review.. M. Mining 

West Can. Contractor M. Trade 

West Can. Med. Jrnl. . M. Medical ft 

West Can. Oddfellow. M. Ind 

Western Home House'd 

Monthly M. Lit . .39,924 



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298 



CONDENSED LIST MANITOBA SASKATCHEWAN 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Winnipeg- 201,981 Western Lumberman . M. (See Vancouver) 

" Western Municipal 

News M. Municipal 4,OOO 

" West School Jr'nl. . . . M. Educational. .2% 

" Zenith M. House 

Organ. .2,531 

Sameiningin M. Icelandic 

" Ukraina.. M. Ind.-Ukranian 



SASKATCHEWAN 



Aberdeen 


250 


Times 


W 


Ind 


... x 


Admiral 


- 250 


Dreadnought 


W 


Ind 


... y* 


Alameda 


45 


Dispatch 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Allan 


300 


Tribune 


W. 


Lib 


... X 


Alsask 


700 


News .' 


W 


Ind 


... * 


Aneroid 


275 


Magnet 


W. 


Ind 


... X 


Arcola 


800 


Moose Mountain Star. 


W. 


Ind.-Lib. . 




Asquith 


350 


Empire 


W. 


Ind. ...... 


... % 


Assiniboia 


500 


Times 


W. 


Ind 


... % 


Avonlea 


300 


Advocate 


W. 


Ind 


... X 


Balcarres 


350 


Western Monitor. . . . 


W. 


Ind 




Battleford 


1,200 


Press 


W. 


Ind.-Lib. . . 


... X 


<i 




Saskatchewan Herald 


W. 


Un 


... X 


Bengough 


37 


News 


W. 


Ind 


... y* 


Benson 


IOO 


" 


\v. 






Published in Lampman as part of Lampman 






Enterprise. 








Biggar 


315 


Independent 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Birch Hills 


300 


Gazette 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Borden 


250 


Advocate 


W. 


Ind 


... % 


Bredenbury .... 


350 


Sun 


W. 


Ind 


... % 


Broadview 


800 


Express 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Brock 


35 


News 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Cabri 


800 


Clarion 


W. 


Ind 


.. 81O 


Cadillac 


350 


Item '. 


W. 


Ind 




Published in La Fleche as part of La 


Fleche 






Advocate. 








Canora 


500 


Advertiser 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Carlyle 


500 


Herald 


W. 


Lib 


... X 


CarndufF. 


550 


Gazette 


W. 


Ind 


... ^ 


Central Butte . . 


150 


Beacon 


W. 


Ind 


... X 


Conquest 


250 


Enterprise 


W. 


Ind 


... X 


Craik 


800 


News 


W. 


Ind 


... % 


Cupar 


300 


Herald 


W. 


Ind 


... x 


Davidson 


500 


Leader 


W. 


Ind 


... % 


Delisle 


600 


Advocate 


W. 


Ind 


... % 


Dodsland 


200 


Prairie Times 


W. 


Ind 


. . . I 


Dundurn 


2 7S 


Enterprise 


W. 


Ind 


. - X 


Earl Grey 


300 


Weekly Effort 


W 


Ind 




Eastend 


400 


Enterprise 


W. 


Ind 


... X 


Elbow 


45 


Graphic 


W. 


Ind 


. 55O 


Elrose 


300 


Review 


W. 


Ind 


.925 


Esterhazy 


400 


Observer 


W. 


Lnd.-Con. . 


..52O* 


Estevan 


2,300 


Mercury 


W. 


Ind 


. . . i 


(i 




Progress 


W. 


Un 


.P5O 


Eston 


250 


Press 


W. 


Ind 


-. % 



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CONDENSED LIST SASKATCHEWAN 



299 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper 


Issue Classification Circ. 


Expanse 


45 


Lake Johnston Star . 


VV. Ind ^ 


Eyebrow 


500 


Herald 


. VV. Un ^ 


Fielding 


200 


Standard 


. W. Ind # 


Fillmore 


300 


Press 


. W. Ind.-Lib X 


Fleming 


250 


Review 


. VV. - Ind 


Published in Moosomin as part of World- 






Spectator. 




Fort Qu'Appelle 


400 


Gazette 


. 'W. Ind 




Published in Sintaluta aspart of Shttaluta Times, 


Gainsboro 


35 


Post 


VV. Ind X 


Glidden 


IOO 


Star 


VV. Ind % 


Govan 


500 


Prairie News 


W. Ind % 


Gravelbourg . . . 


1,000 


Enterprise 


W. Ind ft 


Griffin 


50 


Gazette 


VV. Lib 


Guernsey 


300 


Standard , 


W. Ind X 


Gull Lake 


700 


Advance 


W. Ind X 


H afford ... 


250 


News ' 


W. Ind y 2 


Hanlev 


45 


Herald 


VV. Ind > 


Harris 


320 


Herald 


W. Ind 


Hawarden 


200 


Pioneer 


W. Ind ^ 


Herbert 


1,003 


Herald 


VV. Ind. % 


Humboldt 


2,250 


Journal 


W. Ind.-Lib I 


Imperial 


250 


Review 


W. Ind % 


Indian Head. . . 


1,700 


News 


. W. Ind X 


Kamsack 


i 400 


Times 


. W. Ind Y* 


Kerrobert 


1,100 


Citizen 


. W. Ind I 


Kincaid 


35 


Star 


, W. Ind % 


Kinderslev 


1,300 


Clarion 


. W. Ind. : X 


Kinistino 


350 


Representative 


, W. Ind % 


Kisbey 


275 


Standard 


. W. Ind X 


La Fleche 


300 


Advocate 


W. Ind X 


Landis 


2OO 


Record 


W. Ind X 


Langham 


500 


News 


. W. Ind X 


Lanigan 


450 


Ledger 


. W. Ind 


Published in Guernsey as part of Guernsey 






Standard. 


. 


Lashburn 


4OO 


Comet 


W. Lib. 


Lawson 


35 


Post 


. VV. Ind ^ 


Leader 


1,300 


Enterprise 


. VV. Ind % 


Lemberg 


350 


Star 


. W. Ind X 


Liberty 


250 


Press 


. VV. Ind ^ 


Limerick 


300 


Letter 


VV. Ind X 


Llovdminster . . 


1,000 


Times 


W. Ind I 


I.oreburn 


230 


Herald 


W. Ind % 


Loverna 


500 


Borderline Budget. . 


VV. Ind % 


Lumsden 


550 


News-Record 


VV. Ind X 


Lusrland 


250 


Despatch 


W. Ind.-Lib Y* 


Macklin 


475 


Times 


VV. Ind X 


Macoun 


250 


Post 


VV. Ind X 


Maple Creek. . . 


2,000 


News 


VV. Ind 1.O5O 


Marvtield 


423 


News 


VV. Ind X 


Mawer 


200 


Tribune 


VV. Ind: X 


Mavmont . . 


I 5 


Star 


VV. Ind X 


Melforl 


1,104 


Joncnal 


W. Con i 


" 




Moon 


VV. Ind I 


Melville 


2,800 


Canadian 


VV. Ind X 


Me\ ronne 


300 


Independent 


VV. Iml X 



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3 



CONDENSED LIST SASKATCHEWAN 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper 


Issue 


Classification Circ 


Midale 


300 


Enterprise 


w. 


Ind X 


Milestone 


500 


Mail 


W. 


Ind 512 * 


Moose Jaw .... 


20,000 


Ne\v> 


D. 


Ind| 5,747*f 


" 




Times 


D. 


Lib 7,098*f 


it 




Saskatchewan Farmer 


M. 


Agric 2% 


Moosomin 


1,500 


World-Spectator 


W. 


Ind 2 


Morse 


75 


News 


W. 


Ind.-Lib % 


Mortlach 


700 


Canadian 


W. 


Ind 


Muenster 


IOO 


St. Peter's Bote 


W. 


Ger.-Relig. . . 


Nokomis 


600 


Times 


W. 


ind y 2 


North Battleford 


4,000 


News 


W. 


Lib 2 


" 




Optimist 


W. 


Ind 2 


Ogema 




Times 


W. 


Ind . 


Outlook 


1,200 


Outlook 


W. 


Ind. I 


(i 




Norden 


W. 


Ind.- Norw'gn 


Oxbow 


800 


Herald 


W. 


Ind 8OO 


Pennant 


2OO 


Observer 


W. 


Ind X 


Pense 


35 


Herald 


w. 


Ind ^ 


Perdue 


35 


Witness 


w. 


Ind ^ 


Plunkett 


200 


Canadian Magyar 




Hung.-Agrctl., 






Farmer 


w. 


2,972 


Ponteix 


350 


Echo 


w. 


Ind 


Published in La Fleche as 


fart of La Fleche 






Advocate. 






Prince Albert . . 


75 


Herald 


D. 


Ind 







Le Patriote 


W. 


Ind. -French. .3^ 


Qu'Appelle 


I,OOO 


Progress 


w. 


Ind % 


Radisson 


650 


News 


w. 


Ind 717 


Radville 


800 


News 


w. 


Ind # 


Regina 


30.213 


Leader 


D. 


Lib.. .. 20,517 *t 







Post 


D. 


Ind.... lO,82O*f 






Courier 


W. 


Agric 2O.1O3 


K 




Dun's Legal and Com- 










mercial Record .... 


W. 


Legal and Com'l 


" 




Sask. Gazett S. 


-M. 


Gov't 







Public Service Mthly. 


M. 


Gov't 







Western Medical 










News 


M. 


Medical i 


Riverhurst 


2OO 


Courier 


W. 


Ind ^ 


Robsart 


250 


Messenger. ...... 


W. 


Ind X 


Rocanville 


270 


Record 


W. 


Ind X 


Rosetown 


I.OOO 


Eagle 


w. 


Ind. . . . i 


Rosthern 


J^S 


Enterprise 


w. 


Ind % 


Rouleau 


800 


Enterprise 


w. 


Ind # 


Saltcoats 


600 


Herald 


w. 


Ind % 


Saskatoon 


24,000 


Phoenix 


D. 


Lib.-Un 1O 


i> 




Star (N. andE.J 


D. 


Ind... 22,789 *t 


<> 




Turner's Weekly 


W. 


Ind 


<> 




Retailer 


M. 


Trade 3 


Semans 


275 


Gazette 


W. 


Ind 


Shaunavon 


400 


Standard 


W. 


Ind i 


Shellbrook 


500 


Chronicle 


w. 


Ind. # 


Simpson 


200 


Lance 


w. 


Ind % 


Sintaluta 


500 


Times and Ft. 




r 






Qu'appelle Gazette 


w. 


I^ * 


Speers 


500 


News 


w. 


Ind X 


Star City 


300 


Echo 


w. 


Ind 



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CONDENSED LIST SASKATCHEWAN ALBERTA 301 



Place 


POD. 


Name of Paper 


Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Stoughton 


500 


Times 


.. W. 


Ind 


% 


Strassburg 


811 


Mountaineer 


.. W. 


Ind .... 


x 


Swanson 


120 


Eye Opener 


.. M. 


Ind .... 


X 


Swift Current . . . 


5.500 


Sun 


.S.-W. 


Lib.... 


I* 


" 




Herald 


.. W. 


Ind 


2* 


Tisdale 


500 


Recorder 


.. W. 


Ind 


% 


Tompkins 


45 


Progress 


.. W. 


ina . . . . 


.... 4O5 


Tugaske : 


350 


Globe 


.. W. 


Ind 


*/2 


Turtleford 


2OO 


Record 


. W. 


Ind 


X 


Unity 


500 


Courier and Adanac 






World 


.. W. 


. Ind 


x 


Vanguard 


300 


News 


.. W. 


Ind.... 


x 


Verwood 


250 


Gazette 


.. W. 


Ind. . . . 


X 


Viceroy 


2OO 


News 


. . W. 


Ind.... 


x 


Viscount 


20O 


Sun 


.. W. 


Ind 


x 


Wadena 


7OO 


Herald 


, . W. 


Ind 


% 


Wakaw 


4OO 


Recorder 


.. W. 


Ind.... 


x 


Wapella 


500 


Post 


.. W. 


Ind 


% 


Watrous 


9OO 


Signal 


.. W. 


Ind. . . . 


x 


Watson 


300 


Witness 


.. W. 


Ind .... 


X 


WaWOta 


250 


Herald 


. . W. 


Ind.... 


I 


Welwvn 


200 


Herald . . 


.. W. 


Ind..:.. 




Published in Moosomin 


as a part of the 


World- Spectator. 


Wevburn 


4,000 


Herald 


.S.-W. 


Lib 


I* 


' 




Review 


.S.-W. 


Ind 


1% 


Whitewood 


550 


Herald 


.. W. 


Ind.... 


x 


Wilkie 


I.IOO 


Press 


.. W. 


Ind. . . . 


1 A 


Windthorst 


350 


Independent 


.. W. 


Ind . . . . 


X 


Wolseley 


1 , 1 00 


News 


.. W. 


Ind . . . . 


X 


Woodrow 


50 


Times 


.. W. 


Ind... 


X 


Wynyard 


800 


Advance 


.. W. 


Ind .... 


% 


Yellow Grass . . . 


600 


Herald- 


.. W. 


Ind . . . . 


x 


Yorkton 


3.500 


Enterprise 


.. W. 


Ind.... 


. . 2,000 


" 




Press 


.. W. 


Lib 


IX 


Young 


300 


Journal 


W. 


Ind 


X 



Acme. . . 

Alix 

Alliance. 
Banff. 



Bashaw 

Bassano 

Bawlf 

Big Valley 

Blairmore 

Bow Island 

Brooks . . 



200 

300 

300 

1,200 

325 

1,000 

300 

550 

2, ICO 
OOO 
6OO 



Calgary 65,000 



ALBERTA 

Sentinel W. 

Free Press W. 

Times W. 

Advocate. . W. 

Crag & Canyon W. 

Star W. 

Mail W. 

Sun W. 

News :.. .. W. 

Enterprise W. 

Review W. 

Bulletin W. 

Albertan D. 

W. 

Herald D. 

. \V. 



Ind X 

Ind y 

Ind 5OO* 

Ind 

Ind % 

Ind X 

Ind.-Un X 

Ind # 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind % 

Ind * 

Ind.-Lib.l5,257*t 

Lib 3 tf 

Ind.-Con.22,478t 
Ind.-Con..7,84O* 



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302 



CONDENSED LIST ALBERTA 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cir<. 



Calgary 


65,000 


Army and Navy News W. 


War Veterans 


" 




Dun's Legal and 








Commerc'l Record W. 


Legal & Comm'l 


41 




Market Examiner. . . W. 


Comm'l 


" 




Western Weekly 








Reports W. 


Legal 







Westerner Bi-W. 


Financial .... 


" 




Commercial Review S.-M. 


Trade 3 X 







Eye-Opener S.-M. 


Con 


< 




Farm and Ranch 








Review. .S.-M. 


Agric.. .31,042* f 


II 




Alberta Motorist. .. M. 


Motoring 3^ 


" 




Littlebury's Maga- 


Horticulture, 






zine M. 


Poultry and 








Dogs 2 


Camrose 


1,700 


Canadian W. 


Lib 2 


Cardston 


I.527 


Globe W. 


Ind # 


Carmang-ay .... 


45 


Sun W. 


Lib: % 


Carstairs 


300 


Journal W. 


Ind X 


Castor 


1.654 


Advance W. 


Lib i 


Champion 


200 


News W. 


Ind 


Chauvin 


300 


Chronicle W. 


Ind ... % 


Chinook 


350 


Advance W. 


Ind >2 


Claresholm 


i ,000 


Review-Advertiser . . W. 


Ind- # 


Cochrane 


400 


Advocate W. 


Ind X 


Consort 


200 


Enterprise W. 


Ind % 


Coronation 


800 


Review W. 


Ind % 


Crossfield 


300 


Chronicle W. 


Ind % 


Daysland 


400 


Press W. 


Ind % 


Didsbury 


800 


Pioneer W. 


Ind % 


Drumheller 


425 


Mail W. 


Ind 5OO* 


" 




Review W. 


Ind # 


Edmonton 


55,000 


Bulletin... '.(M.&E.) D. 


Lib 12,337*t 






S.-W. 


Lib 7 X 






Journal D. 


Con 17,816f 






Nowyny (News) . . . S.-W. 


Ind.-Ruthenian 






Weekly Topics W. 


Ind 5 






Western Veteran. . . W. 


G.W.V.. Ass'n2 






Canadian W. 


Ruthenian .... 






L'Union W. 


Ind.-French . .4 






Alberta Gazette. . . .S.-M. 


Gov't 






Searchlight M. 


Temp 3 


Elnora 


300 


Advance W, 


Ind 


Empress 


700 


Express W. 


Ind X 


Erskine 


300 


Review W. 


Ind X 


Forestburg. .... 


250 


Advance W. 


Ind X 


F' t Saskatchewan 


i ,000 


Conservator . . ...... W. 


Ind. X 


Gleichen 


583 


Call W. 


Ind * 


Grande Prairie. . 


700 


Herald W. 


Ind l / 


Granum 


45 


Herald W. 


Ind X 


Hanna 


1,200 


Herald W. 


Ind 927* 


Hardisty 


55 


Mail W. 


Ind X 


High River 


1.75 


Times W. 


Ind i 


Holden.. 


250 


Herald W. 


Ind X 


Innisfail 


75 


Province W. 


Ind X 


Irma 


250 


Times W. 


Ind X 


Killam 


250 


News. W. 


Ind X 



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CONDENSED LIST ALBERTA B. C. 



303 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper 


Issue 


Classification Circ. 


Lacombe 


i, 600 


\\ estern Globe. . . 


. .. W. 


Ind.-Con 


iX 


Lament 


345 


Gazette , 


, .. \V. 


Lib 


.... 1 4 


Leduc 


600 


Representative 


. . W. 


Ind 


fr 


Lethbridge 


12,400 


Herald 


. .. D. 


Lib 


5,69O*f 


" 




" 


. .. W. 


Lib 


'X 


i 




Can. Advocate 


. . W. 


Ind 




Lomond 


35 


Press 


. .. W. 


Ind 


# 


Lougheed 


300 


Express 


... W. 


Ind... . 


x 


Macleod 


i, 600 


News 


. .. W. 


Ind 


^ 


Manville 


200 


Empire 


. .. W. 


Con. . . . 


% 


Manvberries. . . . 


35 


Enterprise 


. .. W. 


Ind 


l 


Medicine Hat. . . 


11,500 


News 


. .. D. 


Ind.-Lib. 


2,692 *f 


" 




" .... 


. . W. 


Ind.-Lib. 


ij 


Monitor 


250 


News 


. . W. 


Ind 


X 


Nanton 


750 


News 


. .. W. 


Ind.... 




Okotoks 


75 


Review 


. .. W. 


Un 


YI 


Olds 


1,100 


Gazette , 


... W. 


Lib 


x 


Oven 


250 


News 


... W. 


Ind 


x 


Peace River. . . 


700 


Record 


... W. 


Ind.-Con 


1^ 







Standard 


.. W. 


Ind 


I 


Pincher Creek. . 


1,100 


Echo 


. .. W. 


Ind 


X 


Ponoka 


800 


Herald , 


. . W. 


Ind 


. ...05O 


Provost 


500 


News 


. .. W. 


Ind 


^ 


Raymond 


1,200 


Leader 


... W. 


Ind 


x 


" 




Recorder 


. .. W. 


Ind 


X 


Redcliff. 


2,100 


Review 


. .. W. 


Ind 


3^ 


Red Deer 


3,000 


Advocate 


.. W. 


Lib. . . . 


. .1,300 


" 




News 


. .. W. 


Con .... 


X 


Sedgewick 


45 


Sentinel 


... W. 


Ind 




Stavely 


500 


Advertiser 


... W. 


Ind 


....215 


Stettler 


1,700 


Independent 


. . . W. 


Ind 


\]^ 


Stony Plain. . . . 


300 


Herald 


... W. 


Ind 




Strathmore 


600 


Standard 


... W. 


Ind 


X 


Strome 


297 


Despatch 


. . . W. 


Ind 


x 


Taber 


2,300 


Times 


. .. W. 


Ind 




Three Hills 


400 


Capital 


... W. 


Ind 


x 


Tofield 


500 


Mercury 


... W. 


Ind 




Trochu 


300 


Tribune 


... W. 


Ind. . . . 


^ 


Vegreville 


1,200 


Observer 


. .. W. 


Ind 


I 


Vermilion 


1,200 


Standard 


... W. 


Ind 


x 


Viking 


300 


News 


. .. W. 


Ind 


X 


Vulcan 


675 


Advocate 


... W. 


Ind 




Wainwright .... 


1,200 


Star 


... W. 


Ind 


X 


Wetaskiwin .... 


2,760 


Free Press 


... W. 


Ind 




it 




Times 


. . . W. 


Ind.-Lib 


'X 


Youngstown . . . 


700 


Plaindealer 


W. 


Ind. 





BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Abbotsford 800 Post W. 

Armstrong .... 1,200 Commoner W. 

Ashcroft 500 Journal W. 

Chilli wack 1,700 Progress W. 

Courtenay .... 625 Comox Argus W. 

Cranbrook 2,500 Herald W. 



Ind.. 

Ind.. 

Ind.. 

Ind.. 

Ind. 

Un.. 



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34 



CONDENSED LIST BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Place 


Pop. 


Name of Paper Issue 


Classification Ci re. 


Cardston 


400 


Review W. 


Ind X 


Cumberland. . . . 


2,000 


Islander W. 


Con y 2 


Duncan 


1, 800 


Cowichan Leader .... W. 


Ind I 


Fernie 


6,000 


District Ledger W. 


Labor 


'< 




Free Press W. 


Con i 


Golden 


700 


Star W. 


Ind X 


Grand Forks. . . 


3,000 


Gazette W. 


Con X 


" 




Sun W. 


Lib # 


Greenwood .... 


1,200 


Ledge W. 


Ind X 


Kamloops 


5.500 


Standard-Sentinel. .S.-W. 


Ind i% 


ii 




Telegram W. 


Ind. -Lib i 


Kaslo... 


1,200 


Kootenaian W. 


Ind X 


Kelowna 


3,000 


Courier W. 


Ind.-Lib X 


ii 




Record W. 


ind y t 


Ladysmith 


2,500 


Chronicle W. 


Un % 


Marpole 


1,700 


Gazette W. 


Ind i# 


Merritt 


2,000 


Herald W. 


Lib % 


Mission City. . . 


1,200 


Fraser Valley Record W. 


Ind % 


Nanaimo 


10,000 


Free Press D. 


Con iX 







Herald D. 


Ind 2,OOO* 


Nelson 


7.500 


News D. 


Un 4,989* 


NewHazleton. . 


300 


Omineca Herald.... W. 


Ind # 


N. Westminster 


18,000 


British Columbian. . . D. 


Un 3 


" 




W. 


Un 3 .;< 


North Vancouver 


9,000 


North Shore Press. . . W. 


Un.-Con \ l / 2 


Penticton 


3,100 


Herald W. 


Con iX 


Port Alberni. . . . 


1,000 


News W. 


Ind 


Prince George. . 


2,000 


Citizen W. 


Ind X 


Prince Rupert. . 


6,500 


Empire D. 


Ind iX 


it 




" W. 


Ind iX 


ti 




News D. 


Ind.-Lib iX 


i 




" W. 


Lib \ l / 2 


u 




Resources M. 


Ind 


Princeton 


900 


Similkameen Star. . . W. 


Con l /, 


Quesnel 


650 


Cariboo Observer. . . W. 


Ind * 


Revelstoke 


3.500 


Review W; 


Lib X 


Rossland 


3,000 


Miner W. 


Ind ,iX 


Salmon Arm . . . 


600 


Observer W. 


Ind X 


Sidney 


1,000 


Review W. 


Ind X 


Smithers 


45 


Interior News W. 


Ind % 


Summerland. . . . 


2,500 


Review W. 


Ind % 


Trail 


4.50 


News W. 


Ind X 


Vancouver 


100,401 


Province D. 


Ind 51,879t 


a 




Sun D. 


Ind.-Lib20,65O*t 


< 




World D. 


Ind 17,088*t 


it 




Chinese Times D. 


Chinese 


" 




Tairiku Nippo D. 


Japanese .... 







British Columbia 








Record Tri-W. 


Bldg. & Cont. X 


" 




Shipping Guide. ...Tri-W. 


Shipping i 







British Columbia 








Federationist. .... W. 


Labor ioX 


" 




B.C. Veterans' Weekly W. 


Hist, and Lit.ioX 


ii 




Chinook W. 


Lib 


< 




Citizen W. 


Un. 







Critic W. 


Ind 3,698* 


" 




Farm and Home W. 


Agctl 


" 




Gazette &HomeNews W. 


Ind 


, 




See Marpole, B. C. 





A. McKiM, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



CONDENSED LIST BRITISH COLUMBIA YUKON TERRITORY 305 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper 



Issue Classification Circ. 



Vancouver 



Vanderhoot 
Vrnon 
Victoria . 



100,401 Western Women's 

Weekly W. 

Canada Tribunen . . . W. 

Norseman W. 

Fairplay Bi-W. 

Plainspeaker Bi-W. 

Shipyard News. . . .Bi-W. 
B.C.FinancialTimesS.-M. 
G. I. A. W. News..S.-M. 
Mining and Eng. 

Record. .S.-M. 
British Columbia 

Farmer M. 

B. C. Monthly M. 

B. C. Retailer M. 

Campaigner M. 

Farm & Fireside. ... M. 
Harbour & Shipping . M. 
Indus. Progress and 

Comm. Record. ... M. 

Nabob M. 

Pacific Coast Lum- 
berman M. 

Successful Poultryman M. 

Sunset M. 

Western Canadian 

Farmer M. 

Western Canadian 

Mining M. 

WesternCan. Motorist M. 
Western Lumberman. M. 
West. Power Boat & 

Fisherman M. 

200 Herald W. 

3,500 News W. 

51,660 Colonist D. 

Times D. 

New Republic D. 

B. C. Gazette W. 

Canadian W. 

B.C.MiningExchange M. 
B.C.Pharmac. Record M. 

Island Motorist M. 

Poultry, Pigeon and 

Pet Stock Journal. . M. 
Western Methodist 

Recorder . . . M. 



Ind .......... 

Ind. -Swedish. 
Ind. -Norwegian I 
Ind .......... 

Industrial 
Shipbuilding 
Fin. & Ins.. . 2% 
House Organ 



Mining 



Fruit & Farm. 6^ 
Lit.-Relig ____ i 

Trade ....... 

Returned Soldiers 
Agric'l ...... 

Shipping .... 

Mfrs.' Assoc. . I 
Trade ........ 3 

Trade ....... 3^ 

Poultry ....... 

H ouse- Organ i# 



Agric. 



Mining i 

Motor Trade. 7 % 
Trade 

Trade 

Ind X 

Con 2 

Con lO,567*t 

Ind 8,885 t 

Chinese 2% 

Gov't 

Ind 

Mining 

Pharmacy. ... % 
Motoring i ^ 

Poultry, etc. . .1% 
Relig X 



YUKON TERRITORY 

Dawson City . 4,000 News D. 

" W. 

White Horse. . 800 Star. . . W. 



Ind .... 
Official 
Ind.. 



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306 



CONDENSED LIST NEWFOUNDLAND 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ 



Bay Roberts . . . 4,143 

Curling- 2,200 

Harbor Grace .. 4,500 

St. John's 45,685 



Twillingate . . 



NEWFOUNDLAND 

Guardian W. 

Western Star W. 

Standard W. 

Advocate D. 

W. 

News D. 

" (Free Press) . . W. 

Star D. 

Telegram D. 

Plaindealer W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Trade Review W. 

Colonial Commerce. . M. 

Diocesan Magazine. . M. 
Methodist Monthly 

Greeting M. 

People M. 

Newfoundl'd Quarterly Q. 

5,000 Sun W. 



Ind # 

Ind * 

Ind. -Lib % 

Un 6 

Un 5 

Lib. -Con.. 6,964* 

Lib.-Con 2% 

Ind 6^ 

Ind 6^ 

Ind 5 

Gov't 

Com'l I 

Com'l ^ 

Relig 2% 



Relig 
Ind.. 
Lit..'.. 
Ind.. 



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LIST OF 

DAILY PAPERS 



ONTARIO 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Giro 



Belleville 


12,000 


Intelligencer 


E. 


Con.. .2,542* 


11 




Ontario 


E. 


Lib 1% 


Brantford 


28,725 


Expositor 


E. 


Lib 8,339 *f 


Brockville 


9.5 


Recorder and Times . 


E. 


Ind.-Lib ^ 


Chatham 


14,600 


News 


E. 


Lib .2,492* 


ii 




Planet 


E. 


Con 2,719* 


Cobalt 


8,500 


Nugget 


E. 


Ind sX 


Fort William. . . 


20,000 


Times-Journal 


E. 


Ind 4,817 


Gait 


13,000 


Reporter 


E. 


Ind 3,849* 


Guelph 


17,000 


Herald 


E. 


Con 3 


" 




Mercury 


E. 


Lib.-Un... 3,127 t 


Hamilton 


110,000 


Herald 


E. 


Ind 18,O6O* 







Spectator 


E. 


Ind-Con.. 29.912J 


i< 




Times 


E. 


Lib io# 


Kingston 


23,700 


British Whig 


E. 


Ind.-Lib ..5,866t 


" 




Standard 


E. 


Ind.-Un. .4,948* 


Kitchener 


20,000 


News-Record 


E. 


Con 3,371 f 


" 




Telegraph 


E. 


Lib 2% 


Lindsay 


8,300 


Post 


E. 


Lib 2,164* 


" 




Warder 


E. 


Con 2,519* 


London 


60,000 


Advertiser M. N. 


&E. 


Lib....44,O32*f 


" 




Free Press M. N. 


&E. 


Ind-Con. 41,127*t 


Niagara Falls. . . 


15,000 


Review 


E. 


Ind.-Lib 3 


Ottawa 


"7.744 


Citizen M 


&E. 


Ind 28,6O2f 


i< 




Journal Dailies. . . .M 


&E. 


Un 23,304t 


" 




LeDroit 


E. 


Ind 7,421f 


Peterborough . . . 


20,600 


Examiner 


E. 


Lib 5,778*f 


" 




Review 


E. 


Con 3,685 


Port Arthur 


15,000 


News-Chronicle 


E. 


Ind 4,242* 


Port Hope 


5.092 


Guide 


E. 


Lib i 


St. Catharines . . 


19,014 


Journal 


E. 


Lib i# 


i 




Standard 


E. 


Con 7,796*f 


St. Thomas 


17,000 


Times Journal 


E. 


Ind 9,O47*f 


Sarnia 


13,000 


Canadian-Observer . 


E. 


Ind 3* 


Sault Ste. Marie. 


20,000 


Star 


E. 


Ind. -Con. ... 4 


Stratford 


17.500 


Beacon 


E. 


lnd.-Lib 3% 


ii 




Herald 


E. 


Con-Un..3,O14*t 


Toronto 


541,000 


Globe 


M. 


Lib 83,579f 






Mail & Empire 


M. 


Con 7O,144t 






Star 


E. 


Lul-Lib. 81,O34f 






Telegram 


E. 


Ind 85. 829 1 






Times 


E. 


Con 43*- 






World 


M. 


Ind-Con3O,824*f 






Hebrew Journal 


M. 


Ind. -Jewish. . 


Windsor 


28,064 


Border Cities Star. . . . 


E. 


Ind I2>< 


Woodstock 


10,500 


Sentinel Review 


E. 


Ind 5.6O2 * 



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3 o8 



LIST OF DAILY PAPERS 



Pop, 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 





QUEBEC 






Levis 


10 ooo Le Quotidien 


E. 


Lib 2> 


Montreal 


. . 600,000 Gazette 


M. 


Con 33,531f 


(i 


Herald & Telegraph. 


E. 


Lib 19,27Ot 


i< 


McGill Daily 


M. 


College i^ 


" 


Star 


E. 


Ind.... 112, 331 *t 


K 


Le Canada 


M. 


Lib.... 18,595 *f 


ii 


Le Devoir 


E. 


Ind 15,261t 


it 


La Patrie 








" Canadian Edition 


E. 


Con... 21,8O5*f 




" U. S. Edition... 


E. 


Con 3,52O*f 


it 


La Presse 








" Canadian Edition 


E. 


Ind 128,801f 




" U. S. Edition ... 


E. 


Ind 23,730f 


" 


Jewish Eagle 


M. 


Ind. -Hebrew . 12 


11 


Russkoye Slovo 


M 


Ind. -Russian 


Quebec 


. . 103,246 Chronicle 


M. 


Ind. -Con. . . 14^ 


i 


Telegraph 


E. 


Ind.-Lib.. 11,631* 


" 


L' Action Catholique . . 


E. 


Ind 14,056 


<< 


L'Evenement 


E. 


Con 18,26O* 


n 


Le Soleil 


E. 


Lib.... 38, 358* f 


Sherbrooke.. . . 


23,212 Record 


E. 


Ind 10,252 *f 





La Tribune 


E. 


Lib 9,537* 



Fredericton. 



8,000 



Moncton 16,000 

K 

St. John 60,000 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

Gleaner E. 

Mail -. E. 

Times M. 

Trariscript E. 

Globe E. 

Standard M. 

Telegraph-Sun M. 

Times-Star. . . E. 



Ind.-Con. .6,447* 

Ind.-Lib i% 

Lib.-Con. .4,157* 

Ind.-Lib 4^ 

Ind.-Lib 4 # 

Con 14,087 

Ind-Lib. 14,647*t 
Ind-Lib. 13,954*f 



Amherst 10,200 

Glace Bay 20,000 

Halifax 55,000 



Lunenburg 3, ooo 

New Glasgow.. . . 10,000 

Sydney 27,000 

Truro 6,000 

Yarmouth ....... 7,000 



NOVA SCOTIA 

News E. 

Gazette E. 

Acadian Recorder ... E. 

Chronicle M. 

Echo (Eve. Chronicle) E. 

Herald M. 

Mail (Eve. Herald) . . E. 

News E. 

News E. 

Post M. &E. 

Record E. 

News E. 

Post. . E. 



Ind.-Con. .2,059* 

Lib sX 

Lib 2 

Lib 13,444*t 

Lib 8,O46*t 

Ind-Con.. 12,6371 
Ind-Con.l5,lO2 

Ind #. 

Ind z% 

Un 7,O33*f 

Lib 4 tf 

Ind 1,195* 

Con # 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

/- 

Charlottetown . . . 12,000 Examiner E. 

" Guardian M. & N. 

" Patriot.. . E. 



Ind.-Con.. . .\% 

Lib.-Con.9,589*f 
Lib 4,399* 



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LIST OF DAILY PAPERS 



309 



Place 



fop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cue. 



Brandon 18,000 

Portage La Prairie 5,000 
Winnipeg 201,981 



MANITOBA 

Sun E. 

Graphic E. 

Free Press M. 

" " News Bulletin E. 
Grain Trade News & 

Live Stock Journal. E. 

Telegram E. 

Tribune. . . E. 



Ind. -Con. 4, 654* 
Ind.-Lib ..... i 



Agricultural- 

Com'l. . . 2^ 
Con ........ 37^ 

Ind....36,639*f 



Moose Jaw 20,000 

it 

Prince Albert .... 7,500 

Regina 3> 2I 3 

Saskatoon 24,000 



SASKATCHEWAN 

News E. 

Times E. 

Herald. E. 

Leader M. 

Post E. 

Phoenix M. 

Star... ...N. &E. 



Ind 5,747*f 

Lib 7,O98*f 

Ind 

Lib....2O,5l7*f 
Ind....lO,82O*t 

Lib.-Un 10 

Ind....22,789*f 



Calgary 65,000 

Edmonton 55,000 

Lethbridge 12,400 

Medicine Hat.... 11,500 



ALBERTA 

Albertan M. 

Herald E. 

Bulletin M. & E. 

Journal E. 

Herald E. 

News.. E. 



Ind-Lib.l5,275*t 
Ind-Con. 22,478" 
Lib.... 12, 337* 

Con 17,816 

Lib 5,59O*f 

Ind.-Lib. 2, 692*f 



Nanaimo lo,ooo 

it 

Nelson 7i5 

New Westminster 18,000 

Prince Rupert . . . 6,500 
ii 

Vancouver 100,401 



Victoria 51,660 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Free Press E. 

Herald M. 

News M. 

British Columbian. ... E. 

Empire E. 

News E. 

Province E. 

Sun M. 

World E. 

Chinese Times M. 

Tairiku Nippo. E. 

Colonist M. 

Times E. 

New Republic M. 



Con i ^ 

Ind 2.OOO* 

Un 4,989* 

Un 3 

Ind \]i 

Ind.-Lib itf 

Ind 61,879t 

Ind.-Lib 2O,65O*f 
Ind... .17,088*t 

Chinese 

Japanese. . . . 
Con....lO,667*t 

Lib 8,885f 

Chinese 2% 



Dawson City. . . 



YUKON TERRITORY 
4,000 News E. 



lad. 



St. John's 45.6?5 



NEWFOUNDLAND 

Advocate E. 

News M. 

Star E. 

Telegram E. 



Un 6 

Lib-Con... 6,954* 

Ind 6# 

Ind 6 



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CLASSIFIED LIST 



OF 



CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS 

INCLUDING COUNTY LISTS 
Alphabetically Arranged for Ready Reference 



LIST OF CANADIAN 

NEWSPAPERS BY COUNTIES 



Populations according to census of 1911 



ONTARIO 



ADDINGTON (See Lennox) 



CARLETON (Continued) 



ALGOMA and MANITOULIN (District) 


Ottawa 


Le Canadlen Errant 
S-M 1 


POP. 73,380 




Citizen D 28,602t 
Civilian M 


Bruce Mines T~| Spectator W H 
Gore Bay K. Recorder W J* 
Little Current Manitouhn ExpositorW >i 
Rich'ds Landing St. Joe Herald W M 
Sault Ste Marie Star 




Danebrog W 1 
Journal Dailies D 23,304t 
Farm Journal S-W 18,210t 
Labor Press M 
Le Droit D 7,421t 
W 3J4t 


Steelton News W 1 
Thessalon Advocate W M 




Le Prevoyant M 25 
Naturalist M 






United Canada W 7J$ 




Westboro 


News W 


BRANT 










DUFFERIN 


POP. 45,876 










POP. 17,740 


Brantford Can. Golfer M 2M 






Expositor D 8,339*t 




(Returned with Simcoe) 


" Outdoor Quarterly Q 






Burford Advance W % 


Grand Valley 


Star and Vidette W 962* 


Paris Review W 1M 


Orangeville 


Banner W 2,528* 


Star-Transcript W IJi 


** 


Post W l}^ 




" 


Sun W 




Shelburne 


Economist W 1 


BRUCE 




Free Press W IJi 


POP. 50,032 




DUNDAS 


Chesley Enterprise W 1,400 




POP. 18,165 


Hepworth Progress W M 
Kincardine Reporter W 
Review W 1J 
Lucknow Sentinel W 1,315 
Mildway Gazette W. M 
Paisley Advocate W 1,173 


Chesterville Record W 1,175* 
Iroquois St. Lawrence News W J 
Morrisburg Leader W 1J 
South Mountain Mountain Herald W Js 
Winchester Press W 


Port Elgin Times W 1,433 






Ripley Express W M 




DURHAM 


Southampton Beacon W % 






Tara Leader W 1 
Teeswater News W % 




POP 26.411 


Walkerton Bruce Herald and 


Bowmanville 


Can. Statesmen W \ 2 s/ 


Times W 




News W ) ** 


Telescope W 1J^ 
Wiarton Canadian Echo W 1M 


Millbrook 


West Durham ReviewS-W 1 
Mirror W J 







Reporter W 




Newcastle 


Independent W J4 


CARLETON 


Orono 
Port Hope 


News W M 
Guide D 1 




* 


W 2H 


POP. 101.599 


" 


Times W 1 




" 


Trinity College School 


Carp Review W 894* 




Record 


Ottawa Agric.Gazette of Can.M 






Canada Gazette W 






Canadian W 




ELGIN 


Canadian Forestry 




*" 


Journal M 6M 




POP. 44,312 


Canadian Labor PressW 






" M 


Aylmer 


Express W 2,250 


Can. Military Gaz. S-M 


Dutton 


Advance W 1,040* 



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COUNTY LIST 



313 





ELGIN (Continued) 




HALDIMAND 




Port Burwell 


Enterprise W )^ 




POP. 21.562 




Rodney 


Mercury W 1 








St. Thomas 


Times-Journal D 9,047*t 


Caledonia 


G. River Sachem W 


1 


" 


W 1 


Cayuga I 


Haldimand Advocate W 


1,444* 





Municipal World M 3 


Dunnville 


Chronicle W 


2 


West Lome 


Elgin Sun W *A 


" 


Gazette W 


Ji 






11 


Reform Press W 


/^ 






Hagersville 


News W 


% 




ESSEX 


Jarvis 


Record W 


% 




Pop. 67.547 




HALIBURTON 




Amherstburg 


Echo W 2% 




Pop. (with Victoria) 36,499 




Comber 
Essex 


Herald W M 
Free Press W \% 


Minden 


Echo W 


I 


Kingsville 
Leamington 


Reporter W 479 
Post and News W 2,050 




HALTON 




Windsor 


Border Cities Star D 12M 











La Defense W 




POP. 22,208 




" 


Herald W 7M 











Le Progres W % 


Acton 


Free Press W 


1 






Burlington 


Gazette W 


Ji 






Georgetown 


Herald W 


1 Ji 




FRONTENAC 


Milton 


Can. Champion W 
Reformer W 


1,030 






Oakville 


News W 


% 




POP. 42.604 


" 


Record W 


% 






M 


Star W 


% 


Kingston 


British Whig D 5,866f 








.' 


S-W 4,085t 
Canadian M llj-i 




HASTINGS 







Can. Freeman W 4,000 








1 


Queen's Quarterly Q J 




POP. 55,803 







Queen's Univ. J'rn'l S-W *A 
Standard D 4,948* 
S-W 2 


Bancroft 

Belleville 


Times W 
Canadian S-M 


1 






m 


Intelligencer D 


2,542* 






" 


' W 


1/xj 






" 


Ontario D 


IJi 




GLENGARRY 


" 


W 


lj| 






Deseronto 


Post W 


% 




Pop. 21.259 


Madoc 
Marmora 


Review W 
Herald W 


1 


Alexandria 


News W 2,000 
Times W 1J^ 


Stirling 


Leader W 
News-Argus W 


g 






Trenton 


Advocate W 


% 






** 


Courier W 


1 






Tweed 


Advocate W 


% 




GRENVILLE 


" 


News W 


IX 




POP. 17,545 




HURON 




Kemptville 


Advance W 2J 




POP. 52,983 




Merrickville 


Post W M 








Prescott 


Journal W 1 


Blyth 


Standard ~W 


1 






Brussels 


Post W 


l?i 






Clinton 


New Era W 


IJ2 






44 


News-Record W 


1,523 




GREY 


Exeter 


Advocate W 


2 








Times W 


IJi 




POP. 65,891 


Fordwlch 


Record W 


Q 






Goderich 


Signal W 


2 


Ayton 
Chatsworth 


Advance W V 
News W 1& 


Gome 


Star W 
Vidette W 


2,000 


Clarksburg 


Review-Herald See Thornbury 


Seaforth 


Huron Expositor W 


3,250 


Dundalk 


Herald W 1 


41 


News W 


1 


Durham 


Chronicle W IJi 
Review W 1>| 


Wingham 


Advance W 
Times W 


1 


Ftesherton 


Advanre W 1 


Wroxeter 


News W 




Hanover 


Post W 1,825 


Zurich 


Herald W 


Ji 


Markdale 


Standard W 1J$ 








Meafprd 


Express W 1 
Mirror W Ji 




KENORA 







Monitor W jj 








Owen Sound 


Advertiser S-W 2 


Dryden 


Observer W 


j 


" 


Christian Messenger M */i 


Keewatin 


Enterprise W 


U 


" 


Sun-Times S-W 6,269* 


Kenora 


Miner and News S-W 


1 


Thornbury 


Review-Herald W 1 




Examiner W 


H 



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KENT 




MIDDLESEX 




POP. 55,995 




POP. 97.065 


Blenheim 


News-Tribune W 1 


Ailsa Craig 


Banner W X 


Bothwell 


Times W Yt 


Belmont 


Enterprise W Yz 


Chatham 


News D 2,492* 


Glencoe 


Transcript W 1 




W 1 


London 


Advertiser D 44,032*t 


' 


Planet D 2,719* 


** 


Can. White Ribbon 


' 


W 1,500* 




Tidings M 9 


Dresden 


Times W 1.350 




Can. Woodman M 6)^ 


Highgate 


Monitor W Yi 




Catholic Record W 31,155 


Merlin 


Standard W Y* 




Echo W (free) 10 


Ridgetown 


Dominion W 947 




Farmer's Advocate W 30,826+ 




Plaindealer W 




Free Press D 41,127*t 


Thamesville 


Herald W H 


Lucan 


Sun W Yi 


Tilbury 


Times W % 


Parkhill 


Gazette W 


Wallaceburg 


Herald-Record W % 


Strathroy 


Age W IX 




News W 2,045* 


" 


Dispatch W IX 


Wheatley 


Journal W Y* 








LAMBTON 


MUSKOKA (District) 




POP 51,332 




POP. 21,233 


Alvinston 


Free Press W % 


Bracebridge 


Gazette W X 


Brigden 
Florence 


Progress W Yt 
Quill -W Yt 


Gravenhurst 


Muskoka-Herald W IX 
Banner W Y* 


Forest 


Free Press W 1,575 


Huntsville 


Forester W 1 




Standard W \Yz 






Petrolia 
Sarnia 


Advertiser-Topic W 2,012* 
Canadian Observer D 3X 


NIPISSING (District) 


Watford 


W IX 
Guide- Advocate W \Yz 




POP. 74,130 


Wyoming 


Enterprise W X 


North Bay 


Despatch and 




LANARK 


.. 


Tribune W X 
Times W X 




POP. 34,375 






Almonte 


Gazette W 2,30) 




NORFOLK 




Times W X 






Carleton-Place 


Central Canadian W \Yz 




POP. 27,110 


Lanark 


Herald W IX 
Era W 1,535 


Delhi 


Reporter W X 


Perth 


Courier W 2Yz 


Port Dover 


Maple Leaf W X 




Expositor W 


Port Rowan 


News W X 


Smith's Falls 


News W 2 


Simcoe 


British Canadian W 




Rideau-Record S-W 1,656 


" 


Reformer W 3X 






Waterford 


Star W IX 




LEEDS 








POP 36,753 


NORTHUMBERLAND 


Athens 
Brockville 


Reporter W Yz 
Recorder and Times D .4J4 




POP. 32,892 


Gananoque 
Westport 


W 2 
Journal W 1 
Reporter W 1,100 
Mirror W Y* 


Brighton 
Campbellford 
Cobourg 


Ensign W X 
Herald W IX 
Sat. Morning Post W 
Sentinel-Star W \Y* 


LENNOX AND ADDINGTON 


Colborne 


World W IX 
Enterprise W X 






" 


Express W X 




POP. 20,386 


Warkworth 


Journal W X 


Napanee 


Beaver W 3,463* 
Express W 




ONTARIO 




LINCOLN 




POP. 41,006 




POP. 35,429 


Beaverton 


Express W 1 






Cannington 


Echo W 


Beamsville 


Express W % 




Gleaner W 729 


Grimsby 


Independent W 1 Yz 


Oshawa 


Ontario Reformer W 2,650 





Canadian Sportsman W 3X 


Pickering 


News W 1 


11 


Can. Poultry News M 3X 


Port Perry 


Observer W Yi 


Niagara-on-the- 




" 


Star W X 


Lake 


, Advance W 


Sunderland 


Erode Banner W 


St. Catharines 


Acta Ridleiana Tri-Y 


Uxbridge 


Journal W 1,256* 





Journal D IX 





North Ontario Times W IX 





Standard 1 D 7,796*t 


Whitby 


Gazette and ChronicleW IX 


Smithville 


Review W 962* 




Vox Collegii M 



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COUNTY LIST 



315 





OXFORD 






PRINCE EDWARD 




POP. 47.371 








POP. 17.150 






Embro 


Courier 


W 


1 


Picton 


Gazette 


VV 


1,95* 


Ingersoll 


Chronicle 


W 


IX 





Times 


VV 


3,442* 





Oxford Tribune 


vv 


X 










Norwich 


Gazette 


w 


i 










Otterville 

Plattsville 


News 
Echo 


w 
w 


H 


RAINY RIVER (District) 


Tavistock 
Tillsonburg 


Gazette 
Liberal 


vv 
w 


800 

IX 


Pop. (with Thunder Bay) 67.249 


Woodstock 


Observer 
Express 
Rod & Gun 


vv 
w 

M 


IK 

17 K 


Fort Frances 
Rainy River 


Times 
Gazette 


VV 
VV 


1 


" 


Sentinel-Review 


D 


5,602* 












M 


W 


2,217* 




















RENFREW 






PARRY SOUND (District) 




POP. j 1.469 








POP. 26.547 






Arnprior 


Chronicle 


VV 


1,950 


Burk's Falls 
Parry Sound 

Powassan 
Sundridge 


Arrow 
Canadian 
North Star 
News 
Echo 


***** 


1 


Cobden 
Eganville 
Pembroke 

Renfrew 


Watchman 
Sun 
Leader 
Observer 
Standard 
Journal 
Mercury 


******* 


1 

1,988 
2,770* 




PEEL 
















POP. 22.102 








RUSSELL 






Bolton 
Brampton 


Enterprise 
Banner & Times 


W 

w 


1 




POP. 39,434 






Port Credit 


Conservator 
News 


w 
w 


IK 


Russell 


Leader 


VV 


H 


Streetsville 


Review 


w 


X 




















SIIY1COE 








PERTH 
























POP. 85.053 








POP. 49,182 






















Alliston 


Herald 


vv 


IK 


Atwood 


Bee 


w 


% 


Barrie 


Examiner 


vv 


3,395* 


Listowel 


Banner 


w 


IK 


" 


Northern Advance 


vv 


IX 





Standard 


w 


IK 


Beeton 


World 


vv 




Milverton 


Sun 


w 


2 


Bradford 


Witness 


vv 


K 


Mitchell 


Advocate 


w 


2 


Coldwater 


Planet 


vv 






Recorder 


w 


1 


Collingwood 


Bulletin 


vv 


2K 


Monkton 


Times 


w 


y* 





Enterprise 


vv 


2 


St. Mary's 


Argus 


w 




" 


Messenger 


vv 


IK 


** 


Journal 


w 


2,700* 




Saturday News 


vv 


/ 


Stratford 


Beacon 


D 


3K 


Cookstown 


Advocate 


vv 


848 


" 


" 


w 


1 


Creemore 


Star 


vv 


14 





Herald 


D 


30l4*t 


Elm vale 


Lance 


vv 


1,050 


" 




VV 


K 


Midland 


Argus 


vv 


1 










" 


Free Press 


vv 


IK 


PETERBOROUGH 


Orillia 


Canadian Workman 
News- Letter 


M 

vv 






POP. 41,650 









Packet 


vv 


3 










" 


S. O. T. Record 


M 




Havelock 
Lakefield 
Norwood 
Peterboro 


Standard W % 
News W y? 
Register W 840 
Canadian Florist Bi-VV y* 
Canadian Horticulturist M 10 


Penetanguishene 
Stayner 
Tottenham 
Victoria Harbor 


Times 
Herald 
Sun 
Sentinel 
New Era 


***** 


2,833* 

1 





Examiner 


D 


5,778*t 










. 


Farm and Dairy 


VV 2,100* 
WI18,089*t 




STORMONT 









Review 


D 


3,685 















W 






POP. 24.775 








PRESCOTT 






Cornwall 


Freeholder 
Standard 


vv 

vv 


2,801* 
3.075* 




POP. 26.968 














Hawkesbury 


Echo 


W 


l & 


SUDBURY (District) 




Le Moniteur 


W 


IK 










L'Original 


Advocate 


W 


Lg 


Sudbury 


Star S-W 


3.000 


Vankleek Hill 


Review 


W 


18 




Mining News 


vv 





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THUNDER BAY (District) 


WELLAND (Continued) 


Pop. (with Rainy River) 67,249 


Welland Home Circle Leader M 6 
People's Press W 5,094* 


Fort William Times-Journal D 4,817 
Port Arthur Canadan Uutiset W 2% 


Telegraph S-W 3J^ 
Tribune W 5,149* 


News Chronicle D 4.242* 






WELLINGTON 


TEMISKAMING 


POP. 54,492 


Cobalt Nugget D 5M 


Arthur Enterprise-News W 1M 


Mining Review W 


Clifford Express W M 


Northern Miner W % 


Dray ton Advocate W 1,737 


Cochrane Northland Post W % 


Elora Express W % 


Haileybury Haileyburian W % 


Erin Advocate W 2M 


NewLiskeard Speaker W 1M 


Fergus News-Record W lj 


Timmins Advance W *A 


Guelph Canadian Entomologist M Y* 


Porcupine Herald W 


Canadian Oddfellow M 




Herald D 3 


VICTORIA 


W 3 
Mercury D 3,127t 




" W 2f 


POP. (with Haliburton) 36,499 


Ont. Agric. Coll. Rev. M 1,484* 




Harriston Review W J 


Bobcaygeon Independent W % 


Mount Forest Confederate and 


Fenelon Falls Gazette W Yz 


Representative W \Y* 


Lindsay Post D 2,164* 


Palmerston Spectator W Yz 


W 1H 




Warder D 2,519* 
W 2M 


WENTWORTH 


Woodville Advocate W 






POP. 111,706 


WATERLOO 


Dundas Star W \Y? 




Hamilton Can. Poultry Journal M 9? 


POP. 62.606 


Can. Royal Templar M 8Ji 




Inter. Gas Journal of 


Ayr News W 1 


Canada M 


Elmira Signet W 1J 


Hamilton Newspaper 


Gait Reporter D 3,849* 


Union List W 39,045* 


W % 


Herald D 18,060* 


Canada Lutheran M Yv 


Labor News W 4Ji 


Hespeler Herald W % 


Record W 


Kitchener News-Record D 3,371t 


Review W 12,500 


Ontario Journal W 3,230* 


1 Spectator D 29,912f 


St. Jer. Schoolman Q Yi 


S-W 2Ji 


Telegraph D 2J^ 


Times D \Q% 


New Hamburg Independent W 


S-W 5H 


Preston Progress W % 


Waterdown Review W 


Chronicle-Telegraph W 2*4 


, 


Wellesley Maple Leaf W Y* 


YORK 


WELLAND 


Pop. 444,231 




Aurora Banner W $i 


POP. 42.163 


Markham Economist W 1,125 




Newmarket Christian Vanguard S-M Ji 


Bridgeburg Review W 1 


Era W 1,767* 


Fort Erie Times W 


Express-Herald W Ji 


Niagara Falls Review D 3 


Richmond Hill Liberal W 


La Luce M 4,800 


Stouffville Tribune W M 


Port Colborne Citizen W % 


Toronto See Condensed List 


Ridgeway Herald W 


Weston Times and Guide W 1 


Thorold Post S-W M 


West Toronto Herald W 4 


QUE 


,BEC 


ARGENTEUIL 


ARTHABASKA 


POP. 16,766 




Lachute News W See 
St Johns 


Arthabaska L'Union des Cantons 


Watchman W ' Y* 


de 1'Est. W 1 



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317 



BEAUCE 


JOLIETTE 




POP. 51.399 


POP. 23,91) 




Beauceville L'Eclaireur W 2^ 


Joliette L' Action Populaire 


W 4 




L'Etoile du Nord 


W 3^ 


BEAUHARNOIS 


LAKE ST. JOHN 




POP. 20.802 








Roberval Le Colon 


W H 


Valleyfield Le Progres W 1,500 








LEVIS 




BONAVENTURE 








POP. 28,913 




POP. 28.110 








Levis La Lumiere 


W 1H 


Ste Anne de 


Le Quotidien 


D 2H 


Ristigouche Mic-Mac Messenger M 456* 


" (Hebdomadaire) 


W 1 


HOME 


MEGANTIC 




Pop. 13,216 


POP. 31.314 




Knowlton News W See 






St. Johns 


Thetford Mines Le Canadien 


W 2 


CHAMBLY 


MISSISQUOI 




St. Lambert South Shore News W 








POP. 17,466 




CHAMPLAIN 


Bedford News 


WSee 


POP. 42,758 


Farnham Leader 


St. Johns 
WSee 


Grand' Mere Le Digesteur W 


MONTMAGNY 


Granby 


CHATEAUGUAY 








POP. 17,356 




POP. 13,322 


Montmagny Le Courrier 


W 1M 


Ormstown Bulletin W 1J 


Le Peuple 


W 5,218* 


CHICOUTIMI 


PONTIAC 




POP. (with Saguenay) 63,341 


POP. 29.416 




Chlcoutlmi L'Echo M 1 


Shawville Equity 


W Itf 


Le Messager de 
St-Antoine M 14 


QUEBEC 




Le Progres W 4,571* 


POP. 104.034 




HOCHELAGA 


Quebec See Condensed List. 




POP. (not including Montreal) 60,000 


RICHELIEU 




Montreal (See Condensed List) 
P. aux Trembles L' Ad ministration W l>i 


Pep. 20,686 




Westmount News W 4 


Sorel Le Courrier 


W 2tf 




Gazette 


W 


HULL 


News 


Irreg. 




Le Sorelois 


W 2Ji 


POP. 40,351 








RICHMOND 




Buckingham Post W X 








POP. (Including Wolfe) 39,491 




HUNTINGDON 


Danville Times-Guardian 


WSee 




n 


chmond 


POP. 13,240 
Huntingdon Gleaner W 2 
News WSee 


Richmond News 
Times-Guardian 


WSee 
St. Johns 
W 1 


St. Johns 


Windsor Mills Times-Guardian 


WSee 






Richmond 


JACQUES CARTIER 


RIMOUSKI 




Pop. 65.023 


POP. 51.490 




St. Anne de 






Bellevue (See Condensed List) 


Rimouslci Le Progres de Golfe 


W VA 


Verdun Echo W IX 


Le Messager 


M 4^ 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 





ST. HYACINTHE 


STANSTEAD 








POP. 22,342 


POP. 20,765 






St. Hyacinthe 


Le Clairon W % 
Le Courrier W 1% 
La Tribune W % 


Coaticook Observer 
Magog News 


W X 
W See 
St. Johns 




ST. JOHNS 


Rock Island Stanstead Journal 
Stanstead Stanstead College 


W 


IJi 




POP. 21,882 


Magazine 


Q 




St. Johns 


Le Can. Francais W 3J4 


TEMISCOUATA 






" 


Montreal Churchman M 








** 


News (7 Editions)- W 3^ 


POP. 36,430 








ST. MAURICE 


Fraserville L' Action CanadienneW H 
Le Journal W 


POP. 


(with Three Rivers) 36,153 


Le St. Laurent 


W 


2 


Shawinigan Falls L'Echo W % 


TERREBONNE 








SHEFFORD 


POP. 29,018 








POP. 23,976 


St. Jerome L'Avenir du Nord 


W 


IK 


Granby 


Leader Mail W 1 
Monthly Leaflet M 


THREE RIVERS 






Waterloo 


White Ribbon LeafletM 
Advertiser W 1 


POP. (with St. Maurice) 36, 


153 






Journal de Waterloo W 1} 


Three Rivers Le Bien Public 


W 


4H 




SHERBROOKE 


Le Trifluvien 
Chronicle 


W 
W 


3 




POP. 23,211 


WRIGHT 






Sherbrooke 


Le Messager de 










St. Michel W 


POP. 48,332 









Le Progres de 1'Est S-W 1 








" 


Record D 10,252*t 


Hull Advance 


W 


A 




La Tribune D 9,537* 


Le Spectateur 


W 





NEW BRUNSWICK 



ALBERT 



POP. (with Kings) 30,285 
Hillsboro Albert Journal W 

CARLETON 

POP. 21,446 

Hartland Observer W 

Woodstock Carleton Sentinel W 

Press W 



Sussex 



KING'S 

Pop. (with Albert) 30,285 

Maritime Farmer S-M 
Record W 



9,473* 
4,244 



MADAWASKA 

Edmunston Le Madawaska W 

NORTHUMBERLAND 

POP. 31,194 







Chatham 


Commercial 


W 


IJi 




CHARLOTTE 




Gazette 
World 


T-W 
S-W 


^ 




POP. 21,147 


Newcastle 


W 
Xorth Shore Leader W 


1 

IK 


St. Stephen 


Courier W 3,658* 




Union Advocate 


W 


2 








RESTIGOUCHE 








GLOUCESTER 




for. 15,687 








POP. 16,424 


Campbellton 


Graphic 


W 


2X 


Bathurst 


Northern Light W 1J4 




Tribune 


W 


1 



A. McKiM, LIMITED, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



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319 



ST. JOHN 


WESTMORELAND (Continued) 


POP. 53,572 


Sackville 


Argosy M J 




" 


Busy East of Canada M 2H 


St. John See Condensed List 


" 


Post S-W 1*A 




41 


Tribune S-W 2 




Shediac 


Le Moniteur Acadien W 2% 


WESTMORELAND 






POP. 44,621 




YORK 


Moncton Can. Gov't Rlys. Em- 




POP. 31,561 


ployees' Magazine M 






L'Acadien S-W 2Ji 
L'Evangeline W 3M 


Fredericton 


Educational 
Review M 1*4 
Gleaner D 6,447* 


Times D 4,157* 


1 * 


S-W 5 


Times S-W 1,070* 


** 


Mail D 1J4 
W IJi 


Transcript D 4J 


M 


Royal Gazette W 


S-W 1J4 


University Monthly M J4 


NOVA SCOTIA 




ANNAPOLIS 




HALIFAX 


POP. 18,581 




POP. 80,257 


Annapolis Royal Spectator W IJi 
Bridgetown Monitor W 1J 


Darmouth 
Halifax 


Patriot W 2 
See Condensed List 


Mid^letown Outlook W l>i 




HANTS 


ANTIGONISH 




POP. 19.703 


POP. 11.962 


Windsor 


Forward Bi-W 


Antlgonish Casket W 6> 
Xaverian Bi-M 





Hants Journal W 2 
King's College Record M 
Tribune W 1>$ 


CAPE BRETON 




INVERNESS 


POP. (with Victoria) 83,240 




POP. 25.571 


Glace Bay Gazette D 5Ji 
North Sydney Herald W 4 


Port Hawkesbury Journal-Bulletin W Ji 
Port Hood Greetings W \*A 


Sydney Can. Labor Leader W 4 






Post D 7,033* 




. KINGS 


W % 






Record D 4% 




POP. 21,780 


Sydney Mines News W 1? 


Berwick 


Register W \X 




Kentyille 


Advertiser W 2 


COLCHESTER 




Maritime Apple Bi-W 




" 


Western-Chronicle W 1 


POP. 23,664 


Wolfville 


Acadian W 1 


Truro Citizen W 


" 


Acadia Athenaeum M H 


Colchester Sun W 
News D 1,195* 




LUNENBURG 


W 5,409* 
Wesleyan W 4,178* 




POP. 33.260 


CUMBERLAND 


Bridgewater 
Lunenburg 


Bulletin W 1% 
News D >5 






W 1^ 


POP. 40,543 


11 


Progress-Enterprise W 1 */i 


Amhcrst News D 2,059* 
S-W 2*A 




PICTOU 


Oxford Journal W % 
Springhill Record W 1 




POP. 35.858 


DIGBY 


New Glasgow 


Eastern Chronicle S-W 2,800* 
Enterprise W 2 







Free Lance W 


POP. 20.167 


" 


News D 3tf 




Pictou 


Advocate .W 2,304* 


Digby Courier W 2Ji 


Stellarton 


Mar. Min. Record S-M Ji 



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QUEEN'S 

POP. (withlShelburne) 24,211 



Caledonia 
Liverpool 



Gold Hunter 
Advance 



W 

W 



RICHMOND 

POP. 13,273 
Arichat Record W 



SHELBURNE 

POP, (with Queens) 24,211 

Shelburne Gazette and 

Coast Guard W 



Yarmouth 



YARMOUTH 

POP. 23,220 
Herald 
Light 
Post 

Telegram 
Times 



W 3,125* 
W 2^ 
D K 
W 3.125* 

S-W 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 



Summerside 



PRINCE 

POP, 32,779 

Island Farmer W 

Journal W 

Pioneer W 

P. E. I. Agriculturist W 



3,700 
5 



QUEEN'S 

POP. 38,313 

Charlottetown Examiner D 

Guardian (M. & N.) D 

Herald W 

Patriot (M. & E.) D 

Royal Gazette W 

Watchman W 



MANITOBA 





BRANDON 








MACDONALD 






POP. 39,734 












Brandon 


Sun 


D 


[4,654* 




POP. 35,841 




4 * 




W 


2^ 








Elkorn 
Oak Lake 
Res ton 
Rivers 
Souris 
Virden 
Wawanesa 


Mercury 
News 
Recorder 
Gazette 
Plaindealer 
Empire- Advance 
Independent 


W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 


j| 


Carman 
Cypress River 
Holland 
Miami 
Oakville 
Roland 
Somerset 


Leader 
Western Prairie 
Observer 
Herald 
Standard 
News 
News 


3333333 

xxxxxxx 










Treheme 


Times 


W 873* 




DAUPHIN 














POP. 44,000 












Dauphin 
Gilbert Plains 


Herald- Press 
Maple Leaf 


w 
w 


Mj 




MARQUETTE 




Grand View 


Exponent 


w 


j^ 








Langruth 


Herald 


w 


See 












Portage la Prairie 




POP. 33,598 




Plumas 


Standard 


W 


H 








Swan River 
The Pas 


Star 
Herald 


W 
W 


1 A 


Binscarth 
Birtle 


Express 
Eye Witness 


w H 

W M 










Foxwarren 


News 


w 




LISGAR 






Hamiota 


Echo 


w x 










Minnedosa 


Tribune 


W 1 




Pop. 23,511 






Oak River ' 


Post 


W Ji 










Rapid City 


Reporter 


w M 


Crystal City 


Courier 


W 


y* 


Roblin 


Review 


W H 


Manitou 


Western Canadia 


n W 


H 


Russell 


Banner 


W YA. 


Morden 


Times 


W 




Shoal Lake 


Star 


W % 


Pilot Mount 


Sentinel 


W 


y 2 


Strathclair 


Plain Talk 


W K 



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321 



PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE 




SOURIS 








POP. 27.950 




















POP. 29,0111 






Carberry 


News-Express 


W K 










Gladstone 


Age 


W % 










Glenboro 


Gazette 


w y> 


Baldur 


Gazette 


W 


y* 


MacGregor 


Herald 


w y* 


Belmont 


News 


W 




Neepawa 


Press 
Register 


s-w \y* 
w ix 


Boissevain 
Cartwright 


Recorder 
Southern Manitoba 


w 


X 


Protage la Prairie Graphic 


D 1 
W IX 


Deloraine 


Review 
Times 


w 
w 


750 


1 * 


' Langruth Herald 


w x 


Dunrea 
Elgin 


Riverside Review 
Lancet 


w 

w 






PROVENCHER 




Hartney 
Killarney 


Star 
Guide 


w 
w 


H 
885 




POP. 40.693 




Margaret 


News 


w 










Melita 


New Era 


w 


i^ 


Dominion City Echo 


W X 


Minto 


Packet 


w 


H 


Emerson 


Journal 


W H 


Ninette 


News 


w 




Morris 


Herald 


W X 


Ninga 


News 


w 




St. Boniface 


Le Manitoba 


W IX 


Waskada 


News 


w 




" 


L'Ami du Foyer 


M 8 










' ' 


Norwood Press 


W Ji 












Les Cloches 


S-M 










Steinbach 
Transcona 


Post 
Times 


W H 

W 




WINNIPEG 








SELKIRK 














POP. 53,091 




Elmwood 


Advertiser 


w 


\y^ 








St. James 


Leader 


w 


IX 


Selkirk 


Record 


w x 


Winnipeg 


See Condensed List 






Stonewall 


Argus 


w x 











SASKATCHEWAN 





ASSINIBOIA 






BATTLEFORD (Continued) 




POP. 42,556 






Loverna 


Borderline Budget 


W 


y* 










Luseland 


Despatch 


W 


y? 


Alameda 


Dispatch 


W 


X 


Macklin 


Times 


W 


i ., 


Arcola 


Moose Mountain St. 


ir W 




North Battlef 


ord News 


W 


2 


Benson 


|News 


W 






Optimist 


W 


2 


Carlyle 


Herald 


W 


X 


Perdue 


Witness 


W 


X 


Carnduff 


Gazette 


w 




Rose town 


Eagle 


W 




Estevan 


Mercury 


w 


1 


Speers 


News 


w 


y% 


" 


Progress 


w 


950 


Turtleford 


Record 


w 


x 


Fillmore 


Press 


w 


X 


Unity 


Courier 


w 




Gainsboro 


Post 


w 




Wilkie 


Press 


w 


y? 


Griffin 


Gazette 


w 












Kisbey 


Standard 


w 


X 










Lampman 
Macoun 


Enterprise 
Post 


w 
w 






HUMBOLDT 






Maryfield 


News 


w 


X 




POP. 52,195 






Midale 


Enterprise 


w 


X 










Oxbow 


Herald 


w 


800 


Davidson 


Leader 


w 


y* 


Stoughton 


Times 


w 


y% 


Govan 


Prairie News 


w 


y% 


Wawota 


Herald 


w 


1 


Guernsey 


Standard 


w 


x 


Weyburn 


Herald 


s-w 


IX 


Humboldt 


Journal 


w 




" 


Review 


s-w 




Imperial 


Review 


w 


x 










Lanigan 


Ledger 


w 






BATTLEFORD 






Liberty 

Muenjter 


Press 
St. Peer's Bote 


w 
w 


X 










Nokonvs 


Times 


w 


LZ 




POP. 47,07.') 






Plunken 


Can. Magyar 






Asquith 


Empire 


w 


y% 




Farmer 


W 2,972 


Battleford 


Press 


w 


1 .J 


Semans 


Gazette 


W 







Sask. Herald 


w 


I/ 


Simpson 


Lance 


W 


X 


Biggar 


Independent 


w 


7J 


Viscount 


Sun 


W 


is 


Dodsland 


Prairie Times 


w 


I 


Wadena 


Herald 


W 


1 ^ 


Harris 


Herald 


w 




Wakaw 


Recorder 


w 


X 


Kerrobert 


Citizen 


w 


1 


Watrous" 


Signal 


w 




Landis 


Record 


w 


X 


Watson 


Witness 


w 


Q 


Lashburn 


Comet 


w 




Wynyard 


Advance 


w 


y* 


Lloydminster 


Times 


w 


1 


Young 


Journal 


w 


y 



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KINDERSLEY 






PRINCE ALBERT 


Glidden 


Star 


\Y 


X 




POP. 36,319 






Kindersley 
Swanson 


Clarion 
Eye Opener 


W 
W 


& 


Birch Hillf 
Kinistino 


Gazette 
Representative 


W 
W 


Y 










Melfort 


Journal 


W 


1 


LAST MOUNTAIN 


* ' 


Moon 


W 


1 










Prince Albert 


Herald 


D 




Elbow 


Graphic 


W 


550 


Star City 


Le Patriote 
Echo 


W 
W 


3M 










Tisdale 


Recorder 


W 


y% 




MACKENZIE 
















POP. 40,558 








QU'APPELLE 






Canora 


Advertiser 


W 


*A 




Pop. 35,608 






Kamsack 
Yorkton 


Times 
Enterprise 


w 
w 


2,000 


Broadview 
Fleming 


Express 
Review 


W 
W 


y* 




Press 


w 


IM 


Indian Head 


News 


w 


VA. 










Moosomin 


World-Spectator 


w 


2 




MOOSE JAW 






Qu'Appelle 
Rocanville 


Progress 
Record 


w 

w 


\ 




POP. 87,725 






Sintaluta 


Times 


w 




Admiral 
Alsask 


Dreadnought 

News 


w 
w 


y* 


Wapella 
Welwyn 


Post 
Herald 


w 

w 


& 


Aneroid 
Assiniboia 
Bengough 


Magnet 
Times 
News 


w 
w 
w 


\ 


Whitewood 
Windthorst 
Wolseley 


Independent 
News 


w 
w 
w 


% 


Brock 


" 


w 


x 










Cabri 


Clarion 


w 


810 




REGINA 






Cadillac 


Item 


w 












Central Butte 


Beacon 


w 


Yt 




POP. 70,556 






Conquest 


Enterprise 


w 












Eastend 




w 


YA, 


Avonlea 


Advocate 


w 


% 


Elrose 


Review 


w 


925 


Craik 


News 


w 


L 


Eston 


Press . 


w 


y* 


Earl Grey 


Weekly Effort 


w 




Expanse 
Eyebrow 


Lake Johnston Star 
Herald 


w 

w 


y* 

YA. 


Lumsden 
Milestone 


News- Record 
Mail 


w 
w 


& 


Gravelbourg 


Enterprise 


w 




Ogema 


Times 


w 




Gull Lake 


Advance 


w 


% 


Pense 


Herald 


w 


X 


Herbert 


Herald 


w 


M 


Radville 


News 


w 


Yz 


Kincaid 


Star 


w 


YA. 


Regina 


See Condensed List 






La Fleche 


Advocate 


w 




Rouleau 


Enterprise 


w 


Y? 


Lawson 


Post 


w 


M 


Strassburg 


Mountaineer 


w 


y? 


Leader 


Enterprise 


w 


Yi 


Yellow Grass 


Herald 


w 


YA. 


Limerick 


Letter 


w 


YA. 










Maple Creek 


News 


w 


1,050 










Mawer 


Tribune 


w 


YA. 




SALTCOATS 






Meyronne 


Independent 


w 


YA. 










Moose Jaw 


News 


D 


5,747*t 




POP. 28,695 








Times 


D 


7,098*t 










* * 


Sask. Farmer 


M 


2Yt 


Balcarres 


Western Monitor 


w 




Morse 
Mortlach 
Pennant 
Riverhurst 
Robsart 
Shaunavon 


News 
Canadian 
Observer 
Courier 
Messenger 
Standard 


W 

w 
w 

w 
w 

w 


\ 


Bredenbury 
Cupar 
Esterhazy 
Lemberg 
Melville 
Saltcoats 


Sun 
Herald 
Observer 
Star 
Canadian 
Herald 


w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 


\/ 


Swift Current 


Sun S 


w 


1% 








73 


" 


Herald 


w 


2% 










Tompkin . 


Progress 


w 


405 




SASKATOON 






Tugaske 


Globe 


w 


y% 










Vanguar ; 


News 


w 


M 




POP. 51.145 






Verwood 


Gazette 


w 


YA. 










Viceroy 


News 


w 




Aberdeen 


Times 


w 


l/ 


Wood row 


Times 


w 


Yz 


Allan 


Tribune 


w 


M 










Delisle 


Advocate 


w 


i/ 


NORTH BATTLEFORD 


Dundura 
Hanley 


Enterprise 
Herald 


w 
w 


H 










Hawarden 


Pioneer 


w 


i^ 


Borden 
Fielding 


Advocate 
Standard 


w 
w 


% 


Langham 
Loreburn 


News 
Herald 


w 
w 


X 


Haffoid 


News 


w 


72 


Outlook 


Outlook 


w 


l 


Maymont 


Star 


w 


% 




Norden 


w 




Shellbrook 


Chronicle 


w 


y* 


Radisson 


News 


w 


717 










Rosthern 


Enterprise 


w 


Yz 


NORTH QU'APPELLE 


Saskatoon 


Phoenix 
Star" 


D 10 
D 22,789*t 










" 


Turner's Weekly 


W 




Fort Qu'Appelle Gazette 


w 






Retailer 


M 


3 



A. McKm, LIMITED, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG & LONDON, ENG. 



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323 







ALBERTA 








BOW RIVER 




MEDICINE HAT (Continued) 


Glcichen 


Call 


w x 


Medicine Hat 


News 


D 2,692*t 

w \Yt 




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Munson 
Oyen 


Mail 
News 


w Yt 
w x 




POP. 90,502 




Raymond 


Leader 
Recorder 


W X 
W X 


Acme 
Banff 

Calgary 


Sentinel 
Crag and Canyon 
Advocate 
See Condensed List 


W X 
W X 

w 


Reddiff 
Strathmore 
Taber 
Youngstown 


Review 
Standard 
Times 
Plaindealer 


W X 
W X 

w x 
w Yt 


Carstairs 


Journal 


W X 








Cochrane 


Advocate 


W X 








Crossfield 


Chronicle 


w x 
















RED DEER 






CAMROSE 






POP. 61,372 




Bashaw 


Star 


W X 


Alix 


Free Press 


w x 








Alliance 


Times 


W 500* 








Big Valley 


News 


W X 




EDMONTON 




Castor 
Consort 


Advance 
Enterprise 


W 1 

w x 




POP. 97.045 




Coronation 
Didsbury 


Review 
Pioneer 


W X 

w y* 


Edmonton See Condensed List 
Grande Prairie Herald 
Peace River Record 
Standard 
Stony Plain Herald 


w Yt 
w \Yt 

W 1 

w 


Elnora 
Erskine 
Hanna 
Innisfail 
Lacombe 
Monitor 


Advance 
Review 
Herald 
Province 
Western Globe 
News 


w 

w x 

W 927* 

w x 
W IX 
W X 








Olds 


Gazette 


W X 




HAND HILLS 




Ponoka 
Provost 


Herald 
News 


W 950 

w x 








Red Deer 


Advocate 


W 1,300 




POP. 40,300 




" 


News 


W 1,300* 


Delia 


Hand Hills Echo 


W 500 


Stettler 
Three Hills 


Independent 
Capital 


w \Yt 
w x 








Trochu 


Tribune 


W Yi 




MACLEOD 












POP. 34.504 






STRATHCONA 




Blairmore 


Enterprise 


W K 




POP. 49,473 




Brant 


Brant Weekly 


W 








Carmangay 


Sun 


W X 


Bawlf 


Sun 


W Yt 


Champion 


News 


W 


Camrose 


Canadian 


W 2 


Claresholm 


Review-Advertiser 


w x 


Chauvin 


Chronicle 


w Yt 


Granum 


Herald 


w x 


Daysland 


Press 


w Yt 


High River 


Times 


W 1 


Forestburg 


Advance 


W X 


Macleod 


News 


W Yt 


Hardisty 


Mail 


w x 


Nanton 





W Yt 


Holden 


Herald 


W X 


Okotoks 


Review 


W Yi 


lima 


Times 


W Yt 


Pincher Creek 


Echo 


W X 


Killam 


News 


W X 


Stavelv 


Advertiser 


W 215 


Leduc 


Representative 


W Yt 


Vnlcaii 


Advocate 


W Yt 


Lougheed 


Express 


W X 






. 


Sedgewick 


Sentinel 


W V<i 








Strome 


Despatch 


w x 




MEDICINE HAT 




Viking 


.ews 


W Yt 








Wainwright 


Star 


w x 




POP. 70,606 




Wetaskiwin 


Free Press 


w 








" 


Times 


W IX 


Bassano 


Mail 


w Yt 








Bow Island 


Review 


w Yt 








Brooks 
Cardston 


Bulletin 
Globe 


w x 
w Yt 




VICTORIA 




Chinook 


Advance - 


W Yt 








Drumheller 


Mail 


W 500* 




POP. 41.161 







Review 


w y. 








Empress 


Express 


w Yt 


Ft. Saskatche\ 


van Conservator 


w H 


Lethbridge 


Herald 


D 5.590*t 


Lament 


Gazette 


w x 





1 ' 


W IX 


Manville 


Empire 


w x 





Canadian Advocate 


W 2X 


Tofield 


Mercury 


w 


Lomond 


Press 


w x 


Vegrevill ? 


Observer 


W 1 


Many berries 


Enterprise 


W X 


Vermilion 


Standard 


W X 



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COMOX-ATLIN 


NEW WESTMINSTER 








POP. 55,679 








POP. 42.263 




Abbottsford Post 


W 


Yz 








Chil'.iwack Progress 


W 


1 


Courtenay 


Comox Argus 


w 


Mission City Record 


W 


Yt 


Cumberland 


Islander 


w Y 2 


New Westminster Br. Columbian 


D 


3 


New Hazelton 


Omineca Herald 


W Y* 


" 


W 


3X 


Port Alberni 


News 


W 








PrincefRupert 


Em oire 


D IX 








'.'. 


M 


W 1% 


VANCOUVER 






** 


News 


D IX 








" 


" 


.W VA 


POP. 210,000 






Prince Rupert 
Smithers 


Resources 
Interior News 


M 
W *A 


Marpole Ga/ette 
N. Vancouver North Shore Press 


W 
W 


1% 








Vancouver See Condensed List 


* 






KOOTENAY 
















VICTORIA 








POP. 50,772 
















POP. 51,660 






Cranbrook 


Herald 


W % 


Victoria See Condensed List 






Cardston 


Review 


W X 








Creston 
Fernie 


Free Press 


W X 
W 1 


YALE-CARIBOO 








Disttict Iyedgi-r 


w 


POP. 56,382 






Golden 


Star 


W X 








Kaslo . 
Nelson 
Revelstoke 
Rossland 


Kootenaian 
News 
Review 
Miner 


w % . 

D 4,989* 
W *A 

\\ IX 


Armstrong Commoner 
Ashcroft Journal 
Grand Forks Gazette 
Sun 


W 

w 
w 
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Trail 


News 


W % 


Greenwood Ledge 


w 


X 








Kamloops Standard-Sentinel 


s-w 










Telegram 


w 


1 








Kelowna Courier 


w 


Yi 




NANAIMO 




Record 


w 


y* 








Merritt Herald 


w 






POP. 31,822 




Penticton 


w 


IX 








Prince George Citizen 


w 


x 


Duncan 
Ladysmith 


Cowichan Leader 
Chronicle 


W 1 

w y. 2 


Princeton Similkameen Star 
Quesnel Observer 
Salmon Arm 


w 
w 
w 


X 


Nanaimo 


Free Press 


D IX 


Summmerland Review 


w 


Yz 


Sidney 


Herald 
Review 


D 2,000* 

W X 


Vanderhoof Herald 
Vernon News 


w 

w 


2 



YUKON TERRITORY 



YUKON 

POP. 9,512 
Dawson City News 



U 
W 



YUKON (Continued) 
White Horse Star W 



NEWFOUNDLAND 



BAY OF ST. GEORGE DISTRICT 



ST. JOHN'S DISTRICT (Continued) 



Curling 


Western Star 


W M 


St. John's Meth. Mon. Greeting 


M 


2H 








Newfoundland Quar. 


Q 


ZYz 


HARBOR GRACE DISTRICT 


News 
' ' (Free Press) 


D 6,954* 

W 2X 


Bay Roberts 
Harbor Grace 


Guardian 
Standard 


W Y* 
W *A 


People 
Plaindealer 
Royal Gazette 


M 
W 
W 


5 








Star 


D 


6% 








Telegram 


D 


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ST. 


JOHN'S DISTRICT 


Trade Review 


W 


1 


St. John's 


Advocate 


D 6 


TWILLING ATE AND FOGO 


!. 


Colonial Commerce 


W 5 
M % 


DISTRICT 






" 


Diocesan Magazine 


M 2M 


Twillingate Sun 


W 


1 



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CLASSIFIED LIST 



AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL 


AGRICULTURAL AND, RURAL 


INTERESTS 


INTERESTS (Continued) 


Brantford Outdoor Quarterly Q 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Grimsby Canadian Poultry News M 
Guelph Agricultural College Review M 
Hamilton Hamilton N. U. List W 


Vancouver British Columbia Farmer M 
Farm and Fireside 


Canadian Poultry Journal M 


Farm and Home JV 


London Farmer's Advocate W 




Ottawa Ottawa Farm Journal S-W 
Agric. Gazette of Canada M 


ARCHITECTURE (See Trade) 


Peterboro Farm and Dairy W 
Canadian Florist Bi-W 


ATHLETICS (See Sports) 


Canadian Horticulturist M 


BROTHERHOODS 


Toronto Canadian Countryman W 
Canadian Farm W 


AND SOCIALIST 


Canadian Poultry Review M 




Farmer's Magazine S-M 


ONTARIO 


Farmer's Sun W 




Rural Canada M 


Guelph Canadian Oddfellow M 


Wilson List of Rural 


Kingston Canadian M 


Newspapers W 


London Canadian Woodman M 




Orillia Canadian Workman M 


QUEBEC 


Ottawa Le Prevoyant M 




Toronto Canadian Forward S-M 


Montreal Le Bulletin des Agriculteurs W 


Dom. Ind. Oddfellow M 


Family Herald and Weekly 


Echoes Q 


Star W 


Forester M 


Journal d'Agriculture ) v. 


Freemason M 


Journal of Agriculture J 


Masonic Sun M 


La Patrie (Le Cultivateur) W 


Sons of England Record M 


La Presse W 


Welland Home Cicle Leader M 


Witness W 




Quebec Bulletin de la Ferme M 
Ste. Anne de Macdonald College 


QUEBEC 


Bellevue Magazine Q 


Montreal Alliance Nationale M 




L' Action Francaise M 


NEW BRUNSWICK 


L' Artisan M 
La Bonne Parole M 


Sussex Maritime Farmer S-M 






NEW BRUNSWICK 


NOVA SCOTIA 


Moncton __ Canadian Gov't. Railways 


Halifax Mail & Homestead W 


Employees' Magazine M 


Nova Scotian W 




Kentville Maritime Apple Bi-W 


NOVA SCOTIA 


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 


Halifax Canadian Railroad Em- 
ployees' Monthly M 


Summerside Island Farmer W 




P. E. Island Agriculturist W 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 


MANITOBA 


Vancouver B. C. Federationist W 


Winn peg Canadian FarmJImplements M 
Canadian Thresherman M 


COLLEGIATE 


Farmer's Advocate W 




Grain Grower's Guide W 


ONTARIO 


Grain Trade News and 




Live Stock Journal D 


Guelph Agricultural College Review M 


N. W. Farmer S-M 


Kingston Queen's University Journal S-W 


Winnipeg N. U. List W 


Queen's Quarterly Q 




Kitchener St Jerome's Schoolman Q 


SASKATCHEWAN 


Port Hope Trinity College Record 
St. Catharines Acta Ridleiana Tri-W 


Moose Jaw Sask. Farmer M 


Toronto Acta Victoriana M 




McMaster University Monthly)M 


ALBERTA 


Trinity University Review M 




University Monthly M 


Calgary Farm and Ranch Review S-M 


Varsity Tri-W 


Littlebury's Magazine M 


Whitby Vox Collegii M 



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COLLEGIATE (Continued) 


GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 






QUEBEC 




PAPERS (Continued.) 




Montreal 

Quebec 

St. Anne de 


McGill Daily 
University Magazine 
Le Mousquetaire 


D 
Q 
W 


Charlottetown Royal Gazette 
Winnipeg Manitoba Gazette 
Regina Public Service Monthly 
Saskatchewan Gazette 


W 
W 
M 

S-M 


Bellevue 
Stanstead 


Macdonald College Magazine 
Stanstead College 
Magazine 


Q 
Q 


Edmonton Alberta Gazette 
Victoria B. C. Gazette 
Dawson City News 
St. John's Royal Gazette 


S-M 
W 
W 
W 




NEW BRUNSWICK 








Fredericton 


University Monthly 


M 


INSURANCE AND FINANCE 




Sackville 


Argosy 


M 


ONTARIO 






NOVA SCOTIA 




Toronto Bank Directory of Canada 


M 


Halifax 
Windsor 


Dalhousie Gazette S-M 
King's College Record M 


Bulletin 
Can. Ins. & Office & Field 
Economist 


M 
W 
M 


Wolfville 


Acadia Athenaeum 


M 


Financial Post 


W 








Ins. and Fin. Review 


M 




MANITOBA 




Life Underwriters News 


M 


Winnipeg 


Manitoban 


M 


Monetary Times 


W 


. 


Vox Wesleyana 


M 


Money and Risks 


M 


DOMESTIC AND HOUSEHOLD 


QUEBEC 










Montreal Chronicle (Banking, Ins. 






ONTARIO 




and Fin.) 


W 


Toronto 


Butterick Fashions 
Can. Home Journal 
Everywoman's World 
Everywoman's Needlecraft 


Q 

M 
M 


Financial Times 
Journal Can. Bankers' Asso. 
Journal of Commerce 
Trade Bulletin 


W 
Q 
W 
W 




Companion 
New Idea Quarterly 


Q 
Q 


NEW BRUNSWICK 






Rural Canada 


M 


St. John Business Review 


M 




Standard Quarterly 


Q 








Woman's Century 


M 


MANITOBA 






QUEBEC 




Winnipeg Canadian Finance 


S-M 


Montreal 


Le Samedi 


W 


Can. Credit Men's Journal 
Dun's Notification Sheet 


M 
W 



Winnipeg 



MANITOBA 
Western Home Monthly 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Vancouver Western Women's Weekly 



W 



SASKATCHEWAN 

Regina Dun's Legal & Commercial 

Record 

ALBERTA 
Calgary Dun's Legal & Commercial 





EDUCATIONAL 






Record 


W 




ONTARIO 






BRITISH COLUMBIA 




Belleville 


Canadian 


S-M 


Vancouver 


B. C. Finan. Times 


S-M 


Toronto 


Canadian Teacher 


S-M 








" 


School 


M 




JUVENILE 






QUEBEC 






NEW BRUNSWICK 




Montreal 


L'Ami des Sourds-Muets 


M 


St. John 


Canadian Boy 


M 


Quebec 


Educational Record 


Q 










L'Enseignement Primaire 


M 




MANITOBA 






Les Fleurs de la Charit 


M 


Winnipeg 


Solold 


S-M 




NEW BRUNSWICK 






LABOR 




St. John 


Educational Review 


M 




ONTARIO 






EXPORT 




Hamilton 


Labor News 


W 








Ottawa 


Can. Labor Press 


VV& M 




QUEBEC 






Labor Gazette 


M 


Montreal 


Export Journal of Canada 


M 


Toronto 


Industrial Banner 


W 


GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 




QUEBEC 






PAPERS 




Montreal 


Labor World 
L' Artisan 


W 
M 


Ottawa 


Canada Gazette 


W 




NOVA SCOTIA 




Toronto 


Agric. Gazette of Canada 
Ontario Gazette 


M 
W 


Sydney 


Canadian Labor Leader 


W 


Quebec 
Fredericton 


Gazette Officielle 
Royal Gazette 


W 
W 




BRITISH COLUMBIA 




Halifax 


Royal Gazette 


W 


Vancouver 


B. C. Federationist 


W 



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LEGAL 




MEDICAL, PHARMACEUTICAL 




ONTARIO 




DENTAL AND HYGIENIC 


Toronto 


Canada Law Journal . 


M 


ONTARIO 




Canadian Law Times 


M 


Toronto Canada Lancet M 




QUEBEC 




Canadian Chemical Journal M 
Canadian Druggist M 


Montreal 


Queb?c Practice Reports 
Revue de Jurisprudence 
Revue Lgale 


M 

M 

M 


Canadian Jourral of Medicine 
and Surgery M 
Canadian Medical Association 








Journal M 








Canadian Pharmaceutical 




MANITOBA 




Journal M 


Winnipeg 


Dun's Notification Sheet 


W 


Canadian Practictioner M 
Dominion Dental Journal M 




SASKATCHEWAN 




Dominion Medical Monthly M 
Hospital World M 


Regina 


Dun's Legal & Commercial 
Record 


W 


Oral Health M 
Retail Druggist of Canada M 



ALBERTA 



QUEBEC 



Montreal 



Calgary 


Western Weekly Reports 


W 


' 


La Clinique 


M 


* * 


Dun'-i Legal & Commercial 






La Revue Dentaire 


M 




Record 


W 


L'Union Medicale du Canada M 




LITERARY 






MANITOBA 






ONTARIO 




Winnipeg 


West. Can. Med. Journal 


M' 


Toronto 


Canadian Courier 


Bi-W 




SASKATCHEWAN 






Canadian Home Journal 
Canadian Magazine 


M 
M 


Regina 


Western Medical News 


M 




Everywoman's World 
Farmer's Magazine 


M 

S-M 




BRITISH COLUMBIA 






Jack Canuck 


W 


Victoria 


B. C. Pharm. Record 


M 




Maclean's Magazine 


M 










National Progress , 
Rural Canada 


M 

M 




MINING 






Saturday Night 


W 










Presbyterian and 






ONTARIO 




Woodstock 


Westminster 
Rod & Gun 


W 
M 


Cobalt 


Northern Miner 
Mining Review 


W 

W 








Sudbury 


Mining News 


M 




QUEBEC 




Toronto 


Canadian Mining Journal 


s-w 


Montreal 


By-Water 


M 




QUEBEC 






Standard 


W 










World Wide 


W 


Montreal 


Monthly Bulletin of Can. 






Le Journal Litteraire 


W 




Min. Inst. 


M 





Le Nigog 


M 










Le Passe-Temps 


Bi-W 




NOVA SCOTIA 






La Revue Canadieiine 


M 










La Revue Populaire 


M 


Stellarton 


Maritime Mining Record 


S-M 




Le Samedi 


W 


Manitoba 


Winnipeg Western Canada 












Coal Review. 


M 




NEW BRUNSWICK 


















BRITISH COLUMBIA 




Sackville 


Busy East of Canada 


M 


Vancouver 


Western Canadian Mining 


M 




MANITOBA 




Victoria 


B. C. Mining Exchange 


M 


Winnipeg 


Western Home Monthly 


M 




MISCELLANEOUS 












ONTARIO 






BRITISH 'COLUMBIA 










Vancouver 


B. C. Monthly 
B. C. Veterans' Weekly 
Western Women's Weekly 


M 

W 
W 


Belleville 
Ottawa 


Canadian 
Canadian Forestry Journal 
Canadian Military Gazette 
Civilian 


S-M 
M 
S-M 
M 








St. Thomas 


Municipal World 


M 




NEWFOUNDLAND 




Toronto 


Can. Journal of Music 


II 










Marketing 


M 


St. John's 


Newfoundland Quarterly 


o 


. 


Musical Canada 
Sailor 


M 
M 


MANUFACTURES (See Trade) 




Square Deal 
Woman's Century 


a 



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MISCELLANEOUS 


SPORTING AND RECREATION 


(Continued) 




(Continued) 


QUEBEC 




QUEBEC 


Montreal Canadian Municipal Journal M 


Montreal 


Motorist M 


L'Arni des Sourds-Muets M 






Le Canard W 
Canadian Antiquarian Q 
Shipbuilding & Harbor 


Winnipeg 


MANITOBA 
Motor in Canada M 


Construction M 










ALBERTA 


MANITOBA 


Calgary 


Alberta Motorist M 


Winnipeg Better Business M 
Credit Men's Journal M 




BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Dun's Notification Sheet W 


Vancouver 


West Can. Motorist M 


Waghorn's Guide M 


Victoria 


Island Motorist M 


West. Municipal News M 






Zenith M 


TEMPERANCE AND 


SASKATCHEWAN 




PROHIBITION 


Regina Dun's Legal and Commercial 






Record W 




ONTARIO 


ALBERTA 


Hamilton 


Canadian Royal Templar M 


Calgary Dun's Legal and Commercial 
Record W 


London 
Orillia 


Can. White Rib. Tidings M 
Sons of Temperance Record M 




Toronto 


Pioneer W 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 




Social Welfare M 


Vancouver Shipyard News Bi-W 










QUEBEC 


NATURAL HISTORY (See Scientific) 


Granby 


White Ribbon Leaflet M 


POULTRY, DOGS AND 


Montreal 


La Temperance M 


PET STOCK 




NOVA SCOTIA 


ONTARIO 


Windsor 


Forward Bi-W 


Grimsby Canadian Poultry News M 




ALBERTA 


Hamilton Canadian Poultry Journal M 
Toronto Canadian Poultry Review M 


Edmonton 


Searchlight M 


QUEBEC 


TRADE 


AND MANUFACTURING 


Quebec Le Basse-Cour M 




ONTARIO 


ALBERTA 






Calgary Littlebury's Magazine M 


Hamilton 
Toronto 


Intercolonial Gas Journal M 
Baker and Confectioner M 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 




Bookseller and Stationer M 
Canadian Lumberman S-M 


Vancouver Successful Poultryman M 




Can. Builder and Carpenter M 


Victoria Poultry, Pigeon and Pet 




Can. Cigar & Tobacco Journal M 


Stock Journal M 




Canadian Druggist 


PROHIBITION (See Temperance) 




Can. Engineer 
Can. Foundryman M 


SCIENTIFIC 




Can. Furniture World and 
Undertaker 


ONTARIO 




Can. Grocer W 


Guelph Canadian Entomologist M 
Ottawa Naturalist M 




Can. Hardware Journal 
Can. Harness Journal M 


Toronto Canadian Chemical Journal M 




Can. Implement & Power 
Farming M 


QUEBEC 




Can. Mach. & Mfctrs'. News W 


Quebec Le Naturaliste Canadien M 




Can. Manufacturer M 
Can. Motor Boat M 


SCHOOL (See Collegiate) 




Can. Motor Cycle M 
Can. Music Trades Journal M 


SOCIETIES (See Brotherhood) 
SPORTING AND RECREATION 




Can. Ry. & Marine World M 
Clothier & Haberdasher M 
Construction 






Contract Record 


ONTARIO 




Dry Goods Review M 


Brantford Outdoor Quarterly Q 




Elect. Dealer & Cont. M 


Canadian Golfer M 




Elect. News & Eng. Jour. S-M 


Grimsby Canadian Sportsman W 




Footwear in Canada M 


Toronto Canadian Motor Boat M 




Furniture Journal 


Canadian Motor Cycle M 




Hardware and Metal 


Canadian Motorist M 




Industrial Canada M 


Toronto Kennel and Bench M 




Marine Engineering M 


Motoring M 




Men's Wear Review M 


Motor Magazine of Canada M 




Motoring M 


Woodstock Rod & Gun M 




Motor Magazine of Canada M 



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(Continued) 

ONTARIO 



Toronto Motor Trade 

Painter and Decorator 
Pottery, Glass, Housefumish 

ings and Toys 
Power House 
Printer and Publisher 
Retail Druggist of Canada 
Retail Grocer & Provisioner 
Sanitary Engineer 
Shoe and Leather Journal 
Trader and Can. Jeweller 
Women's Wear 



Montreal 



Quebec 
St. Anne de 
Bellevue 



QUEBEC 

Canada West India Mag. 
Bulletin de La Chambre de 

Commerce 

Le Moniteur du Commerce 
Motorist 
Le Prix Courant 
Trade Bulletin 
La Semaine Commerciale 

Canadian Bookman 
Fisherman 
Mining Journal 
Textile Journal 
Iron & Steel of Canada 
Pulp and Paper Magazine 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

Sacltville Busy East of Canada M 

St. John Business Review M 

Maritime Retailer M 

NOVA SCOTIA 

Halifax Maritime Merchant Bi-W 



MANITOBA 

Winnipeg Better Business 

British-Amer. Lumberman 
Can. Blacksmith and Wood- 
Worker 

Can. Farm Implements 
Commercial 

Western Can. Coal Review 
Western Can. Contractor 
Western Retail Lumbermen's 
NAss'n Bulletin 
Winnipeg & West. Grocer 



TRADE AND MANUFACTURING 

(Continued) 

SASKATCHEWAN 



M 


Saskatoon Retailer 


M 


M 


ALBERTA 




M 


Calgary Commercial Review 


S-M 


M 


Market Examiner 


W 


M 






M 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 




M 






S-M 


Vancouver B. C. Record 


T.-W 


S-M 


G. I. A. W. News 


S.-M 


M 


Indust. Progress 


M 


M 


Min. Eng. & Elect. Record 


S-M 




Nabob 


M 




Pacific Coast Lumberman 


M 




Retail Grocers' Review 


M 




Shipping Gazette 


T.-W 




Sunset 


M 




Trade Tribune 


M 


M 


Western Canadian Motoris 


M 




Western Lumberman 


M 


M 


Western Power Boat and 




W 


Fisherman 


M 


M 






W 


NEWFOUNDLAND 




W 






W 


St. John's Trade Review 


W 




Colonial Commerce 


M 


Q 






M 


TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION 


S-M 






W 


ONTARIO 




M 






W 


Toronto Can. Ry. & Marine World 


M 




QUEBEC 






Montreal By-Water 


M 



Winnipeg 



Can. Official Ry. Guide 
Canadian Railroader 
Can. West India Magazine 

MANITOBA 
Waghorn's Guide 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 



M 





Vancouver 


Shipping Gazette 


T.-W 




44 


Harbor and Shipping 


M 


M 




VETERAN 




M 




QUEBEC 




M 


Montreal 


Veteran 


M 


M 

S-M 




ALBERTA 




M 


Calgary 


Army and Navy News 


W 


M 


Edmonton 


Western Veteran 


W 


S-M 




BRITISH COLUMBIA 




S-M 


Vancouver 


Campaigner 


M 



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Papers in other Languages 
than English 



FRENCH 






FINNISH 










ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 














Port Arthur 


Canadan Uutiset 


W 


Hawkesbury Le Moniteur 


W 








Kingston Canadian (English & French) M 
Ott awa Le Droit D 




GALICIAN 




Le Canadien Errant 


W 

S-M 




(See Ruthenian) 




Le PreVoyant 
Windsor Le Progres 


M 
W 




HUNGARIAN 




La Defense 


W 














SASKATCHEWAN 




QUEBEC 




Plunkett 


Can. Magyar Farmer 


W 


See condensed list for full particulars of French 
papers published in the Province of Quebec. 




ICELANDIC 




NEW BRUNSWICK 






MANITOBA 




Moncton L'Acadien 


T-W 


Winnipeg 


Heimskringla 


W 


L'Evangeline 


W 


" 


Logberg 


W 


Shediac Le Moniteur Acadien 


W 


" 


Sameiningin 


M 









Vorold 


W 


MANITOBA 




" 


Solold 


S-M 


St. Boniface L'Ami du Foyer 
Les Cloches 


M 
S-M 




ITALIAN 




Le Manitoba 
Winnipeg La Liberte 


W 
W 




ONTARIO 




La Libre Parole 


W 


Niagara Falls 


La Luce 


M 






Toronto 


La Tribuna Canadiana 


W 


SASKATCHEWAN 










Prince Albert Le Patriote 


W 




QUEBEC 




ALBERTA 




Montreal 


L'Araldo del Canada 


W 






" 


L'Ind. Corriere del Canada 


W 


Edmonton L'Union 


S-M 


" 


L'ltalia 


W 


GERMAN 






JAPANESE 








BRITISH COLUMBIA 


MANITOBA 




Vancouver 


Tairiku Nippo 


D 


Steinbach Steinbach Post 


W 








Winnipeg West Canada 


W 




JEWISH 




Nordwestern 


W 














ONTARIO 




SASKATCHEWAN 










Muenster St. Peter's Bote 


W 


Toronto 


Hebrew Journa 1 


D 


CHINESE 




Montreal 


QUEBEC 
Eagle 


D 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 




' * 


Can. Jewish Chronicle 


W 


Vancouver Chinese Times 


D 




MANITOBA 




Victoria New Republic 


D 


Winnipeg 


Israelite Press 


W 


DANISH 




MICMAC INDIAN 


ONTARIO 




Ste. Anne de 


QUEBEC 




Ottawa Danebrog 


W 


Ristigouche 


Micmac Messenger 


M 



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NORWEGIAN 






RUTHENIAN 






MANITOBA 






ONTARIO 




Winnipeg 


Norrona 
Vor Flyvende 


W 

S-M 


Toronto 


Robitnyche Slovo 


W 




SASKATCHEWAN 






MANITOBA 




Outlook 
Vancouver 


Norden 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Norseman 


W 
W 


Winnipeg 


Canadian Farmer 
Canadian Ruthenian 
Ukrainian Voice 
Ukraina 


W 
W 

w 

M 




POLISH 






ALBERTA 




Winnipeg 


MANITOBA 

Gazeta Katolicka 
Czas (Polish Times) 


W 
W 


Edmonton 


Canadian 
Nowyny 

SWEDISH 


W 

s-w 




RUSSIAN 






MANITOBA 




Montreal 


QUEBEC 
Russkoye Slovo 


D 


Winnipeg 


Canada News 
Canada Posten 


w 
w 




MANITOBA 






BRITISH COLUMBIA 




Winnipeg 


Russky Narod (Russian 
People) 


W 


Vaucouver 


Canada Tribunen 


w 


RELIGIOUS 




BAPTIST 






METHODIST 




Toronto 
St. John 


ONTARIO 

Baptist Visitor 
Canadian Baptist 

NEW BRUNSWICK 
Maritime Baptist 


M 

W 

W 


Toronto 


ONTARIO 
Adult Class 
Christian Guardian 
Missionary Outlook 
Monthly Letter 
Senior Berean Lesson 
Quarterly 
Sunday School Banner 
Youth and Service 


M 
W 
M 
M 
M 






MANITOBA 






NOVA SCOTIA 




Winnipeg 


Western Baptist 


M 


Truro 


Wesleyan 


W 


CHURCH OF ENGLAND 


Victoria 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Western Methodist Recorder 


M 




ONTARIO 






NEWFOUNDLAND 




Toronto 


Canadian Churchman 
Mission World 


W 
M 


St. John's 


Methodist Monthly Greeting 


M 




QUEBEC 






PRESBYTERIAN 




Quebec 
St. Johns 

Halifax 
St. John's 


Diocesan Gazette 
Montreal Churchman 

NOVA SCOTIA 
Church Work 

NEWFOUNDLAND 
Diocesan Magazine 


M 
M 

M 
M 


Toronto 


ONTARIO 

East and West 
Home Study Quarterly 
Intermediate Quarterly 
Missionary Messenger 
Pathfinder 
Presbyterian and West- 
minster 
Primary Quarterly 
Teachers' Monthly 


W 

8 

M 
M 

W 
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PRESBYTERIAN 

(Continued) 

QUEBEC 
Montreal Presbyterian Record 

M NOVA SCOTIA 

Halifax Presbyterian Witness 

ROMAN|CATHLOIC 

> I ONTARIO 



Kingston 

London 
Ottawa 
Toronto 



Chicoutimi 



evis 
Montreal 



Quebec 



Rimouski 
Ste. Anne de 

Ristigouche 
Sherbrooke 



Canadian Freeman 
Canadian 
Catholic Record 
United Canada 
Catholic Register 

QUEBEC 

L'Echo Paroissial du Sacr6- 

Coeur 

Le Messager de St-Antoine 
La Lumidre 
Annales des PrStres 

Adorateurs 

Bulletin Eucharistique 
Can. Messenger of the Sacred 

Heart 
La Croix 

La Semaine Religieuse 
Le Messager Canadien du 

Sacr6-Coeur 
Le Petit Messager du Tres- 

St-Sacrement 
Le Semeur 
Sentinel of the Blessed 

Sacrament 
L' Action Catholique 
Annales de Notre-Dame 
L'Enseignement Primaire 
Les Fleurs de la Charif^ 
La Semaine Religieuse 
Le Messager de Ste- Anne 

Micmac Messenger 

Le Messager de St. Michel 



ROMAN CATHLOIC (Continued) 

NEW BRUNSWICK 





St. John 


New Freeman 


W 


M 




NOVA SCOTIA 






Antigonish 


Casket 


W 


W 




MANITOBA 






St. Boniface 


L'Ami du Foyer 


M 




' 


Les Cloches 


S-M 




Winnipeg 


Can. Ruthenian 


W 




* 


Gazeta Katolicka 


W 







La Liberte 1 


W 




1 


North West Review 


W 


W 








M 
W 


MISCELLANEOUS 


W 


DENOMINATIONS 


W 


AND NON-SECTARIAN 






ONTARIO 




M 


Gait 


Can. Lutheran 


M 


M 


Newmarket 


Christian Vanguard 


S-M 


W 


Niagara Falls 


La Luce 


M 




Owen Sound 


Christian Messenger 


M 


M 


Toronto 


Can. Congrationalist 


W 


M 




Can. Manhood 


Q 






Christian Worker 


BUM 


M 




Lord's Day Advocate 


M 


W 




Neglected Continent 


Q 


W 




Sentinel 


W 






Teacher's Assistant 


M 


M 




War Cry 


W 






Young Soldier 


W 


M 








M 




QUEBEC 




M 


Granby 


Monthly Leaflet 


M 


Q 


Montreal 


L'Aurore 


W 


M 


' 


Monthly Bulletin 


M 


M 


* * 


Northern Messenge 


W 


M 








W 








M 








M 








W 









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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 



Canada's Greatest Newspaper and 
Farm Journal 



Established Fifty Years 

THE Montreal Daily Star, widely known as "Canada 's Greatest 
Newspaper," has just passed the half century mark. Founded 
on January 16th, 1869, it rapidly rose from a very modest 
beginning to the forefront of Canadian journalism. 

Unusually energetic in gathering the news The Montreal Daily 
Star has always led in reporting Canadian, British and foreign 
events. Of this feature Mr. Jason Rogers, who is an authority on 
newspaper publishing said in his book "Newspaper Building"; 

"The Montreal Daily Star has been wonderfully enterprising in 
gathering the news of the world. Going further in this field, indeed, 
than any newspaper in the United States, and has initiated and 
fought through to recognition and enactment many public policies 
which it thought of benefit to the City of Montreal, to Canada, 
and to the British Empire." 

The vigor, force and fearlessness of its, editorial policy has won 
it recognition as a powerful voice in Canadian public affairs. It 
is quoted the world over. 

The growth of the influence of The Montreal Daily Star has 
spread from the Canadian metropolis throughout the whole 
Dominion and it is regarded at home, in the United States and 
abroad as a national institution reflecting the current political, 
social and business thought of the day in the Dominion. 

Concurrent with this journalistic prestige, The Montreal Daily Star 
maintains, as well, the front rank in circulation and advertising. 

Parallelling The Montreal Daily Star's success among the daily news- 
papers of Canada, The Family Herald and Weekly Star holds the same 
position among the farm and rural home journals of the country. 

Established only one year later, in 1870, it also approaches the 
completion of fifty years successful endeavour. 

Though published in association with The Montreal Daily Star it is a 
distinct publication with a separate staff of editors and an entirely different 
list of readers. The association is only of ownership and policy. 

The circulation of The Family Herald and Weekly Star is the greatest in 
rural Canada. The distribution extends in all sections of the Dominion and 
exceeds that of the largest farm publications in all the provinces without 
exception, and for this reason is familiarly known as "Canada's National 
Farm and Rural Home Journal." 

Manufacturers and merchants will be well repaid by investigation of these 
two great papers for the advertising of their wares. 

See advertisements on the next and following pages. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 



Montreal-The Pivotal Centre 

Markets, like states, countries, and kingdoms, have 
capitols. 

Therefore, in Canada's chief city will be found the 
logical starting point for business expansion. 

The commercial metropolis of Canada is Montreal. 

The most populous city of the Dominion, it offers in 
itself the greatest market for any product. 

The commercial, financial, industrial, shipping and 
railway center of Canada, Montreal also furnishes an 
outlet through natural trade channels radiating in every 
direction to the lesser but important