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971.1 I 

W93 

1920 

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REYNOLDS Hlf^TORTCAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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Gc 971=1 WVS Pt. 1 

Wrig ley's British Columbia 
directory 



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IN FOUR MAIN SECTIONS 

YEAR BOOK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

A compilalion of the wonderful resources of British Columbia, 5'ini- 
maiized from official sources. 

GAZETTEER AND ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 

Dcscribini! 2,149 cities, towns, villages and settlements, shewing 
business firms, citizens, farmers, fruit-growers, lumbermen, fisher- 
men, miners, etc. 

CLASSIFIED iminNESS DIRECTORY 

The business interests of the province listi?d under appropriate 
classifications. . ; . 

TRADE NAMFS, BRANDS .AND .iTRADE f.IARKS 

A list of trade-named articles manufactured or represented in British 
Columbia. 

SUBSCRIPTION: TEN DOLLARS 



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1813333 






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Index to Miscellaneous Information 



B C Ej 
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Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 
Dept of 



Page 
:ecutive Council and Legis- 

•e Assembly 1* 

Agriculture ^"'?- 

Attorney-General o "?n 

Fisheries".' 44-45 

Industries lo-lG 

Lands &.... 28-29 

Mines .«.-■• 30-44 

Municipalities 26-^7 

Prov Secretary l(;-20 

Public Works 45-47 



Page 

Dominion of Canada Misc Infmn 4S-49 

Dominion Govt Depts in B C oiJ-a4 

Early History ©f B C 1-13 

Grand Trunlc Pacific Ily and S.S. . . . 60-61 

Motoring- in B C ■ . ..■ •'4-69 

Population of Canadian Cities (0 

Population of Provinces 13 

Premier's OlHce la 

Sport in the Canadian Rockies od-5S 

Sport on Vancouver Island 59 

Union Steamship Line b:.-b3 

University of B C 20-21 



Index to Advertisers 



Alberni — Alberni Oara 
Alice Arm— Wright A 1 
Armstrong — Hasscn Mi 

•• Hotel Armstrong 

■■ Okanagan Garage . 

" Okanagan Hotel . . 

" Smith A & Son . . . 
Ashcrott— Knight K S 
Chcakanius — Chcaka 
Chemainus- 
Co Ltd 



overdal 

Hardy 
Hiv 



-Cm 



ia Lumber & Mfg 



Bo 



inhrook — Cranbrook Drug 

Co 

•■ Cranbrook Meat Market 

" Hanson Garage 

" Parks F & Co 

Creston — Crcslon Auto & Supply . . 
Cumberland— Cumberland IsUuuKr . 
Eburno — Vainfiuver Uolling Mills Co 



•■ (,|, ,,1 i: in .- -A Mills 


202 




204 


Ksquim;ill—'i arrows Limit. 'd 


206 










Kamlooi..s— DalgKlsh N S 




•• Dwyir R H 




" Johnston & Co Ltd 




" Johnstone & Rowlands, .side liii. 




•' Kamloops Dist Creamery 


272 


•• Knmloops Tire Hospital 








" Lclaiul Hotel 


. 274 


■■ Mach.th & Miller 


278 


" .Mai.l.- Leaf Conloclionery Co . . 


271 






■' Northern Transfer Co 


. 278 


•• Shaw Hedlcy jMilling Co Ltd .. 


270 


•■ Taylor A O & Co 




" Wiiiii C I 


. 2S0 


Kelowna— Jenkins Co Ltd 








" LnU.; View llofl 


. 2D4 



Page 



Nanaimo — Nanaimo Transf & Taxi.. 374 

"Weeks Jlotors Ltd 372 

■' Windsor Hotel 376 

Xelson — Burns John & Soi 398 

■■ Canada Drug & Book Co 39S 

" ChoMll' It. Hnis 400 



rardware Co Ltd 


398 


;clyca &. Co Lid . 










4 26 


g Co 


428 




422 




42S 


inters 


428 



Ltd 

■wery Ltd 
n Works . . 
rino Ry Co 



City c.iii.it;.- .V Transfer Co .. 

Fort George Drug Co 

Harper & Gross Ltd 

Hughes & Drake 

Johnston & Jorgenson Ltd . . 

Leith Bros 

Lo.nven Geo 1 



INDEX TO ADVEKTISERS 



Page 

Prince Rupert — Hanson Harry 53S 

•■ Leek Geo & Co 54S 

" Pacific Stev & Contr^r Co Ltd . . . 550 

" Pattinson. Ling & Co 540 

" Prince Rupert Auto Co 550 

■• Prince Rupert Supply Co 542 

" Prince Rupert TN'arehousins Co . . 544 
*■ Rowe's Plumbing & S M Works.. 550 
" Rupert Marine Iron Works & Sup- 
ply Co Ltd 550 

" Scadden Fred 54 4 

" Smith & JIallett 552 

" Steen & Longwill 546 

" Universal Garage 546 

•' Wright A E 552 

Princeton — Princeton Garage 5CS 

■■ Princeton Hotel 568 

" Similkameen Garaee 570 

Revclstoke — Rcvelstnkf Hotel 5Sfl 

Salmon Arm — Pretontaine P C02 

•■ Salmon Arm Observer 602 

Shawnigan Lake — .'^wanigan Lake 

Lumber Co Ltd 1002 

Sidney — Sidney Mills Ltd 616 

Smithers — City Transfer 624 

" Henry Wm S 624 

" Hotel Bulkley 622 

■' O'Xeill W J 624 

Summerland^Summerland Garage .. 642 

Terrace — Campbell J It 650 

•■ Skcena River Co-op .Vssn Ltd 650 

Trail— Crown Point Hotel 656 

" Union Garage 656 

Usk — Kleanza Company Ltd 672 

■■ Ijelhurem J L 672 

Vancouver — Almonds Ltd.. side lines 
•' Anderson J S & Co Ltd front cover 

" Angell Engraving Co 742 

" Ansell Sheet Metal Works 824 

•' Auto Radiator & Lamp Co 

side lines 

" Uanfield, Gunthcr & lilack Ltd 

side lines 

•' Bank of Hamilton 67S 

" Barber-Kllis Ltd 742 

" Barrett Co Ltd 744 

" Baylield & Archibald 744 

•' Begg Motor Co Ltd S2S 

" Bennett T & Son 82S 

•• Blair Creighlon & Co Ltd 654 

" BC Barber Supply & Sundries Ltd S'4 

" B C Carbon & Itibbon Co S26 

" B C Commercial School. side linos 

" B C K Ry Co Ltd 680 

'• B C Equipment Co Lttl S26 

" B C Fir Jt Cedar Lbr Co 1-td 746 

■' B C Leather & I'indinKS Co Ltd . . S26 

" B C Manufacturers .\ssn 716 

" B C Monthly S28 

" B C Permanent Loan Co 826 

•; B C Tailoring C side lines 

B O Vinegar Works 828 

" Brown IJros & Co Ltd 

, back cover and side lines 

Brown, Fraser & Co Ltd 746 

•■ Brown Oscar & Co Ltd 748 

■■ Burns P * Co l,ld..fr.inl stencil 
•■ Burroughs Adding Machine of 

Canada Ltd side linos 

•■ Callander Shore Co Ltd side lines 
" Campbills .■^trurilv l-'inproof 

Storn^. ,•: M,,,i,,, C, Ltd 74S 

" Cannd- r. ■ ' i ,, .-.s I. id 

" Ca'n:i.ii ii: ::i'rs i.id '" i;s4 

•• Cana.li in i : ,. •■. \ .■ .t ;;; 7-,, 

" Canadian (."ar Fmiiulry Co Ltd!.. 

•' Canadian Khiaticiers Triist c. ,.\'' 

•• Canailian tl.n.ral IM.-.trio Co Ltd. li.si 

" Canadian N-ii>pon Suppiv Co Ltd . 7.-,0 

•• Canadian N..rlhwesl Steel Co Ltd 68i; 
■ Carharlt llaniillon CoUon Mills 

Lid 7-,-. 

•• Cn.«sidys Ltd side Vines 

Castle Motel f.SS 



Page 

Vancouver — Cawston Machinery Co 

Ltd ■ S30 

•• Ceperley, Rounsefell & Co 

top stencil and 600 

■• Chapman & Wilson 752 

■■ Clark Fruit & Produce Co Ltd ... S3u 

•■ Clarke & Stuart Co Ltd 

back bone and inside back cover 

•• Clayburn Co Ltd 754 

•• CleJand-Bell Engraving Co Ltd 

side lines 

■• Cline Walter 754 

■■ Columbia Paper Co Ltd 756 

•• Columbian Pulleys Ltd !>3m 

■■ Commercial Auto Delivery Co 

side lines 

•• Commercial Credit Co of Can Ltd S3u 

•' Compressed Gas Co Ltd opposite 674 

•• Connor D 832 

•■ Constantine A 832 

■■ Continental Daily News 756 

•• Continental Motor Co Ltd 75S 

•■ Country Life in B C 832 

■• Cradock Geo & Co (BC) Ltd... 75S 

•• Crane Limited 6S2 

•• Cravat & Regalia Co Ltd .S32 

•■ Crehan. Mouot & Co 834 

•• Creighton Blair & Co Ltd 6;i4 

" Crosby & Bissell side lines 

•■ Cuthbertson & Co Ltd back flv leaf 

•• Dale & Co Ltd 696 

•• Darling Frank & Co Ltd 6;iS 

•• Deeley Fred 834 

■• De Laval Co Ltd 760 

■ Devine H T Co Ltd , 834 

" Dickson's Importing Tea & ColTee 

■ Co Ltd side lines 

■• Dingwall. Cotts & Co 760 

■• Dominion Rubber System (Pac) 

Ltd 762 

" Dominion Suspender Co Ltd 704 

•' Douglas. MacKay & Co side lines 

•• Dowling Mfg Co 700 

■■ Downie Sanitarium ... side lines 

■■ Duchess Tea & 1-unch Room 834 

■ Dun R G & Co back fly leaf 

■■ Duncan J W 836 

■■ Duncan Lbr Co Ltd 836 

•■ Eastman Adv Co 836 

■■ Evans. Coleman & Evans Ltd . 762 

■' False Creek Lumber Co Ltd 764 

•• Foster J W Ltd 836 

•■ Gehrke J W Co Ltd 764 

" General .Vdministration Society . . 766 
" General Fancy floods Ltd .... 

side lines 

" Giant Motor Truck Co opposite 675 

•■ Gibsons Ltd 702 

■• Goerlz Frederick 838 

•• Golightly Bros Ltd 766 

•■ Good Eats Cafe 768 

•• Great Western Smelting & Relin- 

ing Co 770 

" Grosvenor Hotel 768 

•• Gunn A D & Co si.de lines 

■■ Gunn J O S3S 

• Curn.y Foundry Co Ltd 770 

■■ Hall .Miohn... Works 772 

• Hall & Wnllacc Auto & Cge Wks . S3S 
•■ HaniiUoii K .\ S3S 

■ IlanlMiry J \- Co Ltd... side lines 



M: 



ll.ath.r G « 
llemmitfs 
Ho<lg.<..n PI 


■riming OlMc-e 

imbing *: Healing Co 


Ih'KKn'co'^ 


r.ros Ltd 

-td 



IXDF.X TO ADVERTISERS 



Vancouver — Jones C H & Son Ltd 

• Jones Geo 

• King ■Warehousing Co 

•• Knight-Higman Motors Ltd 

•■ Leonard's Cafe 

■• Linde Canadian Refrigeration eo 

Ltd 

•■ Lindsay Pleasure Boats Ltd 

•• Lipsett Ed-.vard 

•• London & B X A Co Ltd 

•• London & Scottish Asscc Corp Ltd 

• McClary Mfg Co 

•• McGregor, Johnston & Thomas 

Ltd ,- 

" McLean & Powell Iron Works ... 
•• McLennan, McFoely & Co Ltd ... 

•• Macaulay & Xicolls 

" MacDonald. Marpole Co Ltd .... 

side linos 

•■ MacGregor J T & Co Ltd 

•' MacLean Hugh C Co Ltd 

• Macphcrson & Teelzcl 

•■ Manufacturers A.ssn of B C 

•■ Matthew A S & Co side lines 

• Menchions Wm U 

•• Merchants Lank of Canada 

•■ Merchants Displ.iy Sirvice .<■ M.hI- 

ern Art Studios side lines 



Miller : 



Ltd 

i-ring Uocord 



•• Mining & Kng 
•■ Mllchclll Geo 
" Modern Odice Supply Co Ltd .... 

side lines 

■• Modern Utilities Ltd 

bottom stencil 

" Montreal Trust Co 

" Moody T Gkndon side lines 

•• Morimoto V & Co 

■' Motor Ser>ice Ltd .... side lines 
•' Murdofl Frank L Ltd 

front cover and 

•' Murphy & Chajiman . . . side lines 
" National Bond Curp Ltd 



tional 

Canada Ltd . . 
National I-'undlr 

Ltd . . . back co 
National Machln 
NIckson Consiru 
North American 



Co of 

g Co of Canada 

ler and si.k- lines 

■ry Co Lid 

■tlon Co Ltd 

Life A.ssoe Co . . 
side linos 



" Northern Construction Co Ltd . 

•' Northern Klectric Co Ltd 

■• Nucont 71 Jl *: Co Ltd 

■• 0(I1<-.- Sp.rinlly Mfg Co 

" Opsa: Stool Co Ltd ... side liiii 

•• Pacinc Coast Dcv Co Ltd 

side Urn 

" Pacific Coast Lumberman 

" Pacilic Croat ICaslern lly 

" Pacilic Rooling Co Ltd 

" Pan-Paclfic Brokerage & Tradlii 

Co Ltd 

" Parsons * Uoynulds . . side liin 
•• Pionoor Cfloo * Spice Mills Ll 
■ ■itchford-K 



Potts Kdw V. 



■• Pro 



lb Ci 



.td 



Kog. 


■rs 


C H 










. bjirU 




and 


UoV! 


ll 


l-.ank 




:trk 


Ifvai 










St r 










Sun.l 


oil 


M li; 







incouver — >prax i.\ man r\ . . 
Sprolt-Shaw luisinos.-s Inst Lt 

Standard Furniture Ltd 

Star Printing Co side 

Stevenson Bros 

Stevenson «.- Hoyland 

Stewart & ^Villey - 

Stirling Hotel 

Success Business College . . 

side 

Sun Publishing Co side 

Surrey Oil Co Ltd 

' Tait J S & Co Ltd 



Tans 



Mar 



Thomson John A Machy Co 

Timewell DC side lines 

Tower Canadian Ltd 

Union Ins Society of Canton Ltd 

side linos 

Union S S Co of B C Ltd 

United Grain Growers Securities 

Co Ltd 

Universal Multigraphing Co 

side linos 

Universal Tire Filler Co side linos 
Vancouver Auto Wrecking Co... 



.td 





•• Vanouuvor Cr..llt Sorvico 


854 


S44 


•• Vanoouvo, l):..ly Trcvince 


810 




•• Vanrouvor Kngin. . ring AVorks 




846 


■ Vancouver Ins & Vessel Agency 






Ltd 






•• Vancouver Lumber Co Ltd 






•• Vancouver Machinery Depot Ltd. 


S12 


780 


•• Vass W H Sid.' linos 

"Victory FUur Mills Ltd 




S4C 


..front cover and side linos 






•• Vulcan Ircm Works Ltd 


814 




■ Walsh T A & Co Lid 




786 


• Walter W K Ltd side linos 






■ Walton 11 


S16 


788 


■ Watson W T 


816 




•• Woir .Machinory Co Ltd 




7!>8 








■• Wostorn Canadian Motorist 






•• Wostorn Dry <;o...ls d of Can Ltd 


.SL'II 


TOO 






846 


•• Wostorn Spoeiulty Ltd.. side linos 
•• Willard-llumo Co Ltd.. side linos 






■ Williams A H Machinery Co 





Winch K V \- Co Ltd back bono an 
Wood. Vnllance * Leggatl Ltd.. 

Woodwards Ltd side linos 

World Ltd 

Wright J \- K Ltd 

V..r i^-^liir • \ Canadian Trust Ltd 



720 


\.in.l. Ill ll.yniann Albert 


.. 958 




■ MoC.i k. II l; I' 


960 


ron 




. . 962 












9fil' 






962 


724 


Vornon— Kdg.ir J M 


, . 968 


796 


•• |-it/.maurloo K 




796 




964 


798 


•• Mol-ullo( ll .\ 


. . 970 


798 


•■ Mogaw-Smitliors Motor Co 








966 




■ It. vnolds F S 






■• Itogors A .V: Co 


97" 


7-6 


" Vornon llarago 


968 




• Vornon Granili- X- Marble Co 




suo 


Vi.Moria— .\onio Pross side lin 


•■s 



IXDEX TO AUVERTISEI^S 



ctoria— Crystal Spring Water Sup- Victoria — Prior E G & Co I.td .... 

ply side lines " Quality Press side lines 

Dominion Carton & Ptg Works.. 988 " Kamsav's Machine Works 

Douglas, MacKay & Co 1000 " Rigrbv & Christopher 1002 

Fairall's Ltd side lines " Rithet R P & Co Ltd 

Foster Fred Furrier Ltd side lines " Ryan. Mcintosh Timber Co Ltd.. 

Franco-Canadian Trust Co Ltd.. " Sedger T D side lines 

side lines " Shawnigan Lake Lumber Co Ltd 

Glenshiel Inn 1000 " Strathcona Hotel 

Gordon Garage side lines ' " Times Printing & Pub Co Ltd . . 

Hafer Machine Co Ltd 990 •' Vancouver Island Fruit Lands Ltd 

Holman H J 980 side lines 

Hotel AVestholme side lines " Veterans Auto Painting Works.. 

Jeeves & Lamb Transfer Co 1002 " Victoria Book & Staty Co Ltd... 

Lemon, Gonnason Co Ltd 992 side lines 

Linklater Ltd side lines " yi<=l<""ia Dye Works 



Nelson C 



Victoria Machinery Depot Co Ltd 
Whittall Electr ' 



Pacific Tractor Cu sidelines "Yorkshire Bakery 



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BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Early History of British Columbia 



Xamed by Htr Majesty Queen Victoria in 
1958. In the "letters of Queen Victoria," 
wliich were published in 1907, appears one 
liaving an historical interest for this pro- 
vince. It is dated Osborne, 24th July, ISoS, 
and was addressed by the Queen to Sir 
E. Bulwcr-Lytion. At that time objections 
were being made in France to the name of 
New Caledonia being given to the proposed 
colony between the Pacific and the Rocky 
Mountains. The Queen wrote: 

"The Queen ha.- received Sir E. Bulwer- 
Lytton's letter. If the name of New Cale- 
donia is objected to as being already borne 
by another colony or island claimed by the 
French, it may be better to give the new 
colony west of the Ilocky Mountains anotlicr 
name. New Hanover, New Cornwall and 
New Georgia appear from the maps to he 
names of sub-divisions of that country, but 
do not apjiear on all maps The only name 
which is given to the whole territory in 
every map the Queen has consulted is 
'Columbia,' but as there exists also a Colum- 
bia in South -Vmerica, and the citizens of the 
United States call their country also Colum- 
bia, at least in poetry, 'British Columbia" 
might he, in the (Jueen's ojiinlon, the be.-t 
name." 

-Vnd in this way and for tlie reasons 
slated the province was named British 
Columbia by (Jucen \'iotoria 

.\s every important event, however re- 
mote, which has Iransjiired on this coast 
since the diseiivrry of the Pacific Ocean 
hy Balboa has had an inlhunee directly or 
iiulirectly on the country as it is to-day, the 
reader is referr.d back to Balboa himself, 
and wilh his discovery as a slarling j.oint, 

is carried onln tb. i.rrs,nt li tbiouiih 

ii long list of xoy.iL'.s. iliseouri.s, con- 
<iu.-sts. rN|.loralioMs, ,>v. rlnul J.Mirn.ys. and 



the other more important events of a na- 
tional or political character, including also 
a number of matters of individual and gen- 
ereal interest as well. 

In 1-392 the Strait of Juan de Fuca, at 
the entrance to the Strait of Georgia, be- 
tween Vancouver Island and the British 
Columbia mainland, was said to have been 
discovered by a navigator whose name it 
bears, but no authentic records are extant of 
visits to the coast of British Columbia prior 
to those of Bodega and Hecela in 17T5 and 
of C;iptain Cook's third voyage in 177S. 

The third voyage of Cai>tain James Cook, 
undertaken in 1776, extended to the north- 
west coast in 1778. The well-known cir- 
cumnavigator was commissioned by the 
British Government to examine the coast 
line from about 4-5 degrees north to the 
.\rctic Ocean for alleged iidand openings 
to the eastward. Through prevailing bad 
weather in March, 177S, he passed, un- 
noticed, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and 
j)roeeeding northward, discovered and 
named Nootka Sound. Prince William's 
Sound and Ciwk's Inlet. 

One of the events determining the politi- 
cal fate of the northwest coast arose out 
of the traffic in furs, following the voyage 
of Captain Cook. 

To the North M'cst Company and it.s 
successor, the Hudson's Bay Company, be- 
li.ngs the credit for the tinal establishment 
of British supremacy throughout the north- 
ern Pacific Coasts. 

Sir .M.xamUr .Marken/.ie, after whom tlie 
Mackenzie Hiver was named, was the first 
white man or eiti/.en of any country to 
traverse the nortlicrn continent from ocean 
t.> ooMii. which he did almost wholly on 
f.H.t. He reached the Paeilic in the vicinity 
of Bella Cool.i on July 20. 1793. He was 



EARLY HISTORY OF imiTISH COLUMBIA 



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EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



followed, south of tlie line, by' Lewis and 
Clark, who, in lh(J.3, keeping to the Missouri 
River, and after crossing the Rocky Moun- 
tains to the Counibia River, reached the 
mouth of the latter. The ill-fated Astor 
expedition came on the heels of I-e\vis and 
Clark, in 1811. 

Several fearful tragedies in which the 
Indians were concerned are recorded to 
have taken place on this coast when the 
fur trade was at the height of prosperity. 
One was the destruction in 1803 of the 
American ship Boston by the natives of 
N'ootka Sound, all the crew being murdered 
with the exce])tion of the armourer, Jewitt, 
and the sail-maker, Thomi)son, who were 
kept in slavery four years by the Chief 
Maquinna of Vancouver and Qu.idra's day. 
In 1805 the American ship Atahualpa, of 
Rhode Island, was attacked by the sav- 
ages of Millbank Sound, and her captain, 
mate and six seamen were killed, after 
which the other seamen succeeded in re- 
pelling the assailants and saving the vcn- 
.sel. In the same manner the Tonquin, of 
Boston, was, in June, 1811, attacked by 
the natives whilst at anchor in Clayoqiiot 
Sound, and with one exception tlie whole 
of the crew murdered. 

The period between MOr,, after the .il>,in- 
donment of Nootka, an<l ISIH, i> marked 
only by the arrival of numerous trading 
vessels, principally British and .\miriean, 
but including those of other nations as 
well. Subsequent to 1818, the history of 
the coast to 18K; is practically the history 
of the North West and Hudson'.s Hay Com- 
panies, and so far as the territory on the 
coast of what is Britisli Colmnbia is con- 
cerned, that i>eriod may he .xl.nded to 
1838. During the long interval of fifly 
years the ))rinii|'.il voy.igis wen- in sliips 
trading on behalf of Ihe hitler eorpoiMtioii. 

The long-drawnniut jieriod of diplomacy 
respecting Ihe territorial limits of Cireat 
Britain, Russia and the United Stales, in- 
cluded the limits of Rn.ssian .\merie,i (now 
known .us Alaska), .settled by the .\ml'Io- 
Russian convention of 18-.'.'), wilh its fiirtlier 
developments of the Behring Sc-.i and Al.i^k.i 
boundary disputes, ev.-ntnally selllecl by 
arbitration; and the ()rep)n IioiukI.mv i|iies- 
tion, out of which Ihe San ,Iuaii .i;ii;,iilly 
grow— tlip ftr.st of which was sell led bv 



treaty in 18tG, and tlie second by the arbitra- 
ment of the Emperor of Germany in 1872. 

In the early history of the northwest 
coast the three imi)ortant factors were: 
First, the se;trcb for the northwest pas- 
sage, the practical solution of which was 
iinally evolved by the building of the Can- 
adian Pacific; second, the fur-trading 
Jieriod, Irom the date of the royal charter 
to the Hudson's Bay Company, in 1670, to 
that of the abrogation of the same in Brit- 
ish Cohnnliia in 18.59, and the purchase of 
Rupert's Land by the Imperial Government 
in 18G9; third, the claims to territory ad- 
vanced by the three great jiowers mentioned 
and the diplomatic negotiations arising 
therefrom. 

There is, in addition, Ihe story of the 
founding of the colonies of N'aneouvcr 
Island and British C.>l^lmlli;^ after the 
gold-.seekers had intruded upon the ancient 
preserves of the fur-hunters and had almost 
in a. day swept away the sovereignty of the 
Hudson's Bay Conijiany. 

Under new organization, in 1821, and for 
purposes of trade and control, the Hudson's 
Bay Company divided the fur-bearing 
country into three gre.it departments pre- 
sided over by cliief f.ictors, namely: The 
Northern, Southern, and Western, and the 
Minor Department of -Montreal, which in- 
eluded trading-posts in Canada on the 
borders of the settlements and down tlie 
coast of Labrador. The depot for the West- 
ern Deparlnient, whieli included all the ter- 
ritory between the watershed of the 
Rocky Mountains and the I'.acific Ocean and 
the Russian territory on the north and 
.Mexico on the south, was established in tlie 
first place at \"ancouver, on the Colfimbia 
River, and afterwards removed to Victoria. 
The tr.iding-posts on the eo.ist of British 
Columbia were strongly fortified and large 
farni.s, gristmills, sawmills, tanneries, fi.sh- 
eries, etc., were established for cattle-rais- 
ing and business in several parts of the 
country. In ISlV.i the sale of the Hndson's 
Bay Company's slock .ind assets to the 
lnlernati,,iial l-iiiaiici.d .Society brought V.u- 
<lays of thrir pow.r praelieal'ly to a chise. 
History will ..enird lo the Hudson's Bay 
CoMi|i.iiiy its dire meed of ajiprobation for 

Indians, tlureliy iirepariiig tbein for the 



EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 




EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



peaceful advent of white settlers; and 
equally so for its methods of training to 
labor and utility which now constitutes the 
means of livelihood in the settled sections of 
British Columbia. 

It was during this period of Hudson's Bay 
Company rule that two im])ortant events in 
the commercial and industrial development 
of the Pacific Coast are to be noted. One 
was the arrival of the Beaver, the first 
steamship to enter the western ocean, in 
18-3.5. The other was the discovery of coal 
in tlie vicinity of Fort Rupert, where it wa-s 
first prospected for by the Hudson's Bay 
Company. Boyd Gilniuur and his nephew, 
Robert Dunsnuiir, later Hon. Roliert Duns- 
muir and the founder of the Dunsinuir mil- 
lions, came there from Scotlan'd undir c»n- 
trart as coal-mininjr experts for the pur- 
pose, in 18.51. The coal seams in that 
locality not being found to be sutlicicntly 
thick to warrant exploitation, the plant and 
.scene of operations were .shifted to Nanaimo, 
which became the nucleus of an industry on 
Vancouver I^land since developed to very 
important jiroportinns, for the first few 
years under the aegis of the Huilson's Bay 
('omi)any, and, after 1802, under the con- 
trol of the Vancouver Coal Company and 
its successor.s. and Robert Dunsmuir and his 
sons and llicir successors. 

Prior to the conclusion of the Oregon 
treaty on June 15. 18 Hi, which fixed the 
boundary line between tlic United States 
and Gr.at Britain at the Wth parallel, the 
Hudson's Bay Company, anticipating the 
result under which Fort Vancouver, their 
chief Pacific de]iot and distributing centre, 
established since 18JV, became American 
territory, decided to remove tlieir head- 
quarters to within Rritish limits. Victoria, 
at the southernmost end. of \'ancouver 
Island, was selected at the instance of 
Senior Chief Factor James Douglas. 

The site of ihc present city of Victoria 
was know nas Caniosun. being the- Indian 
name of the locality, the significance of 
which, however, is "not known. It was 
chosen originally not with the \iew of be- 
coming a city, but as a sjiot favorable for 
Ihc erection of a fort, which was built in 
ISin. It was lit first known as Fort 
Cnn.osun, hut was .shortly chang.,1 lo I',>rt 
Victoria in honor of the (Jiieen. 



On January 13, 1849, a charter was grant- 
ed to the Hudson's Bay Company. 

In 1819 Vancouver Island was proclaimed 
a British colony, ostensible inducements to 
settlement being extended to emigrants from 
Europe and elsewhere. In the -same ye<ar 
Mr. Richard Blan-hard was appointed and 
proclaimed the first Governor of the new 
colony, but his term of office was short 
and uns.itisfaetory. and in November, 18.51, 
he returned to England, leaving the author- 
ity in the hands of a Provisional Council. 

Before the close of the year, Mr. James 
Douglas, chief f.ictor of the Hudson's Bay 
Company, was appointed Governor, and. at 
the instance of the home government, called 
together in 16.50 a representative assembly 
l)y whom the affairs of the colony were 
suceessfuily administered. 

During the early days of colonial gov- 
ernment on \'ancouver I.-land, the main- 
land, known In a vague way as New Cale- 
donia,, still remained Indian territory under 
the control of the Hudson's Bay Company. 
On .\ugust 20. lh.58, by Imperial edict, it 
was named British Coliimbl.i. with bound- 
aries as at present established. By order 
of the Queen-ln-Councll. dated September 

2, 18.58, Mr. James Douglas was made Gov- 
ernor and emiiowcred to make provision 
for its due administration. On N'ovcinbcr 

3, 18.58, proclamation was made revoking 
the Crown grant of May .3, ia38. to the 
Hudson's Bay Company for exclusive trad- 
ing with the Indians in New Caledonia. On 
November 19, 18.58. the legislative birth- 
day of British Columbia was enacted with 
the swearing in of oltielals under the aus- 
pices of Governor Doiigl.is and Chief Jus- 
tice Matthew Balllle Bcgl>le. the scene of 
the ceremony being Fort Langlcy, the jire- 
siimptlve ca|<ltal of the new colony. 

I'ntil 1801, Governor Douglas, assisted by 
certain olficials sent from Great Brlt.iln. 
Including Lieutenant-Colonel Moody, com- 
m.inder of the forces, and chief commis- 
sioner of lands and works — with latent 
powers as lieutenant-governor — .Matthew 
n.iillle Bcgble. as chief Justice; Hon. 
^\■^lLlonll Ilaiiilcy, collecior of customs, and 
other heads, administered the /ifTairs of the 
new colony. In ISfil. In response to de- 
m.iiids from the people for some form of 
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EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Douglas — a legislative council was broucrht 
into existence, whicli had three sessions at 
New AVestmin'iter before union was ac- 
complished. 

Along with the chief officials from Eng- 
land came tlie Royal Engineers, a corps of 
400 strong, whose headquarters were at 
Sapperton and whose mission was to assist 
in the protection and development of the 
new colony. The Royal Engineers did ex- 
cellent work in building roads and bridges 
and in surveying and innkin<; other pub- 
lic improvements. Among other important 
undertakings the Cariboo wagon road was 
begun by them from Yale, and in a large 
measure constructed by them or under their 
supervision. 

Touching tlie .selection of a site for the 
capital of the mainland, Laniley was at 
first chosen, and town lots were sold by 
auction; but this was abandoned in favor 
of the present site of Xew Westminster. 
There was a dispute in official circles as to 
the name by xvliicli the latter was to be 
called. "But so ureal already was the 
jealousy of \'ictoria against the projected 
new city," siys Sir Henry Crease, "that 
Queenslwrough was considered by the Co- 
lonial Secretary, .>Ir. \\'. .\. G. Young, as 
too nearly a paraphrase of Victoria, the 
only permissible <|ueen city, and after a 
great inksbed and a long, acrid corres- 
pondence, the name was jjroclaimcd to be 
not the Queen borough (Victoria), but 
Quecnsborou'.'li, which was quite another 
thing. The dispute did not slop there, and 
finally it was referred t.. Her Majesty, and 
•Qucensborougir was converted Info a 
Royal City of Hritish Columliia. under the 
name of New Westminster, and on the faith 
of that many investejl their all in it." Lots 
were sold at liigh prices by auction, on the 
understanding, so it is stated, that all the 
money from the proceetls of sale should 
be applied to opening; up the streets and 
clearing the lots of timber "As large and 
OS' dense as the world could ]>ossibly pro- 
duce," but the understanding' was iu'nored 
and the pureliasers were oblijred to tax 
themselves to do the work for lack of the 
money which the government applied to 
other ])iirposes. 

The next logi.-.il step in flic progress of 
the two colonies w,,< tlieir union. At first. 



it was strongly favored by Victoria and 
Vancouver Island and opposed by Xew 
Westminster and the lower mainland. Van- 
couver Island was comparatively small in 
area and circumscribed in opportunity. 
Victoria, being by far the more populous, 
wealthy and influential of the two cities, 
would naturally be the controlling factor 
of the united colonies, and the addition of 
the mainland would increase its commer- 
cial and political prestige. On the other 
hand, sectional feeling and local jealousy 
of Victoria and the Island of Vancouver 
developed a spirit of opposition in N'ew 
Westminster and district. Besides, when 
the issue had reached its most feverish 
stage, in ISfi.J, the mainland colony was the 
most prosperous. At the bottom of it all, 
however, was the question of which should 
be the capital city. N'ew Westminster was 
afraid of the overpowering influence of 
Victoria, and Victoria was very hopeful 
and confident of its own chances on that 
score. There were two very important 
factors favorable to union, which finally 
prevailed. The expenses of civil govern- 
ment in both colonies were very hiirh, and 
union meant a great saving in that respect. 
Governor Douglas from the outset sfronsly 
supported union and his views were shared 
by the Imperial Government, whose in- 
fluence was all hut iiaramount. The upper 
country had little interest in the subject, 
and favored, if anything. Victoria as a 
eliolce befwceji two capitals. On the lower 
mainland it e.ime to be felt at last that 
the uncertainty was interfering seriously 
with progress. Tn ISfifi a petition in favor 
of union was signed by 1.50 persons. In the 
writer's "Life of Sir .Tames Douglas" the 
following appears: 

"In the end the British Government de- 
cided the question, and the authority of 
the executive government and council of 
British Columbia was extended over Van- 
couver Island, the number of members of 
the council being increased to twenty-three. 
The customs rc-rulafions of the mainland 
colony were likewi.se extended to the island. 
Other ordinances remained for a time as 
before. The orisinal authority of the Gov- 
ernor to m.ike regulations for peace order 
and pood government was not restricted, 
llie act bore date of .VuLMist <>. ISiifi. A 



EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



short time after, the attorncv-jjcnerul of 
Vancouver Island introduceil a bill for as- 
similating its laws with those of British 
Colunil)ia. There then reniiiined only the 
question of the seat of {rovernment — a roek 
which the act of union had discreetly 
avoided. Amid the violent altercations of 
partisans, the choice fell on Victoria, and 
though the bitterness of the defeat rankled 
long on the mainland, no effort subse(]uently 
availed to secure a revision of the decision."" 

Events moved rai)idly thereafter. L'nion 
in British Columbia was brought about 
contemjioraneously with the movement in 
Eastern Canada towards Confederatinn, the 
central idea of which was the consolidation 
of the wliolc of British North America un- 
der one central govcrnmi-nt of Canada. 
No sooner, therefore, had union lieen ac- 
coni|>lished locally than an agitation started 
in favor of Confederation, and it was 
an issue which, generally speaking, excited 
more interest than the lesser <me alreiiJy 
decided. Although sentiment in \'ancouver 
Island, on the whole, was unfavor- 
able to Confederation, the entire M>ain- 
land, including Cariboo, then an im- 
portant factor, was practically a unit in its 
favor. Old-time elements, represented by 
Sir James Douglas and Dr. ,L S. Helmcken. 
the latter of whom was still an important 
public figure and widely inHuential, were 
in opposition, to some extent as a matter 
of sentiment ea-sily understooil; Imt in the 
case of Dr. Helmcken opposition was 
founded on somrlliing more sub.slantial. He 
did not think the time ripe and argued tliat 
hy waiting until the system had worked out 
satisfactorily in Eastern Canada, British 
Columbia would receive more consideration 
and could demand better terms than by ap- 
plying for admission ut the out.set; and it 
must be admitted that subM-ipient events 
proved that there was nnich wisdom in his 
C(mtention. 

To go back a bit in the narrative, in order 
to make it complete, .James Douglas re- 
tired as Governor of Vancouver Isj.md in 
Se|>tembcr, IMA, aiul was succe, iied by 
.Vrthur Kennedy, who tcKik up the duties of 

office iii .Marcii, lH(il.. He ( tiimcd as 

Governor of Vancouver Isl.ind for a time. 
and ill l,S(il was succeeded by Krederiek 
Sevmour, formerly (iovernor of Hondiir.is. 



Seymour stronL'ly opposed the union '^f the 
colonies at first, but finairy acquiesced. 
Upon the union of the two colonics, he be- 
came Governor of British Columbia, and 
was as strongly opposed to Confederation 
as he had been to union. James Douglas 
was knighted as a recognition of his emin- 
ent services, an honor that was richly 
merited, and uj)on his retirement took the 
opi)ortunity he had long craved for. of 
visiting England and his old home in Scot- 
land and of taking an extended trij) on 
the continent of Europe. Upon his return 
to Victoria he sought the seclusion of jiri- 
vatc life and no longer took a part in public 
affairs. 

To quote again from the pages of the 
"Life of Sir James Douglas," (Morang's 
series of the ".Makers of Canada""): "On 
IX-cember 17, ISOT, the legislature of British 
Columbia assembled for the first time at 
Victoria. The influence of Seymour, who 
had succeeded to the governorship of the 
united colonies, had hitherto retained for 
New Westminster this coveted distinction. 
Having yielded in one matter, tlie (".overnor 
and till- opinion which he repnseiited saw 
lit to bow to the majority in another and 
more important. No sooner h.id the con- 
federation of the eastern colonies become 
an accomplished fact, than the admission of 
British Columbia to the Dominion of Can- 
ada was keenly debated. The Governor 
opposed it. A small l>arty wliich favored 
annexation with the United States oppose<l 
it. The body of office-holders opposed it 
vigorously. .\t the first, the activity of 
these succeeded in shelving the question. 
Nevertheless, a,s early as March, 18GM, a 
resolutiim i)assed the council in favor ot 
the union, provided fair and etpiital)le 
terms could be obtained. Public meetings 
at X'ictoria, Barkerville and other iioints, 
soon after, gave -olid endorsation to the 
l.roject. The sympathy of the Dominion 
itself was obtained, with special reference 
to the taking over of the interxeiiiiij: terri- 
tory. .\ confederation league was formed 
and a convention lield under its auspices at 
Yale. Here, perhaps for the first time, the 

form of gov<riimeiit being denounced as a 
despotiMii for which tlie only remedy was 
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EAUf.Y HISTORY OF BRITISH COI.L'.MBIA 



Briti>h Columl>ia into the Dominion and 
tlie c,>tal)lislirncnt of rcspon-ililf in-titu- 
tions." 

(Just here, it may be stated ]>aren- 
thetieally that the sentiments at tlie Yah- 
convention rejiresented rather the lucuhra- 
tion of extreiiie politicians than the solid 
views of the peojile of the province. There 
were no very substantial prievanees apainst 
the government, in the same sense as con- . 
federation came about in old Canada as a 
result of an im|)o>sible system in which 
Ujiper and Lower Canada were tied to- 
pether in an unnatural and conflictinir al- 
liance and continuously locked horns. The 
real thinfr which made confederation p<ipu- 
lar in Briti.sh Columbia and carried the day 
for it was the hope alTorded of endiuL' a 
hopeless isolation by railway c<imiimnicalion 
with the Atlantic seaboard. There was 
very little of sentiment mixed up in the 
agitation and certainly relief from mis- 
povcrnment or a bad system of govern- 
ment, thouph a contributing factor, was not 
of itself sufficient to have decided Ihe peo- 
ple in favor of a clianpe.- R.K.C.) 

"But the most potent of all Ihe argu- 
ments for union was the promisi- wbieb it 
held out of |)romotin|.' overland coMumini- 
calion with Canada. Tliis it was that 
fuially silenced the oppr.sition of S.ymour. 
In any event, the death of the (nivernor 
in IS(in led to the appoinlmenl i.f nn 
avowed advocate of c.nfed.-r.ition. Anlh.M.) 
Musprnve, jirevlou^ly (iovernor of New- 



foundland, and with 



.eriei 



ministration pained In Ihe WcnI Indies. .\ 
tour of the colony which the mw oilicer 
inuiiediately undertook conlirnK-d Ibe view 
that the overwhelminL' M-ntim. iil nf the 
population was in favor of cnfideralion. 
On the back of tbi> can,,- .tonnd in-liu.- 
tions from F.nplanil that the ('.ovirnHr 
.should take .steps, .is be pr..p.rly and eon- 
.stitutionally coulil. lilber in eonjuiullcin 
Willi the Governor Ceneral of Cin.Hla ..r 
otherwise, to (iromote the favor.il>le eon- 

sideralion of the ipiestion. When Ihe e i- 

cil, which had been reeonstituled in |s(in, 
met for Ihe session of l.STO, .Mtispr.ixe had 
n .series of resolutions prepared for its cou- 
.sideration. In a .Memorable debate wbieb 
bepan on March -'. I-^TD, and l.tsled until 
Ihe J.Mb, Ibe terms on which British Col- 



umbia should lieeome a part of the Do- 
minion were definitely determijied. On 
July 7 the news wa.s received from Ottawa 
tliat the articles had been aprecd U|)on, 
the construction of the transcontinental 
railway puaranteed, and the dclepates, who 
had been sent to ])resent the claims of the 
))rovince already on their way home. 

••The provisions upon which Briti.sh Co- 
lumbi.'i entered confederation ensured in the 
first iilace that the Dominion should assume 
all debts and liabilities of the cohmy, al- 
lowance beine made for the small amount 
of these compared with the oripinal in- 
debtedness of the other iirovinces. For the 
support of the provincial povernnient an 
annual subsidy of .•S5.5,00(i, with an addi- 
tion, il prant of Sr) cents per head iMi an esti- 
mated pi>)uilalion of CiMiOO, was jirornised. 
the latter allowance to he increased j.ro 
rata until the jiopiilalion reached lOO.nno. 
Can.ida was to defray all charpes in respect 
to the -siilaries of the I.ieutenant-dovcrnor 
and of the Judpcs of Ihe superior and 
county or district courts—likewise of de- 
parlimnt of customs, the p.istal and tele- 
prapli services, the fisheries, the militi.i. the 
peoloL'ieal survey, the ).enilentiary, the ma- 
rine til p.irtment, the care of Ihe Indi.ins, 
and other miilters pertaininp to the pi'iier.il 

povcrn nt. A forlnipbtly steam mail 

srrvic- between Victoria and .San Kraneise... 
and a weekly service with Olympia, were 
to be maintained by lli,- Dominion. But the 
]iortioii of the apreement which was of 
mosi ab-orbinL' interest to ISritish C".ilumbia 
was th.il which set forth in detail the 
terms on which the railway ucross the 
contiiH-nl. now the dream of every .section 
..f the community, sbonl.l lu- built, and 
which iM-ovi.led. in l.i-irf. IImI it sh,.,i!d 
unite the s..., board of linlisj, Cobimbi.i with 
Ibe r.iiluay system of Canad.i. .and thai its 
consi ruction should be bcpiin within two 
years n< Ihe date of union. Ihe Jirovince 
n.M\e\iri- the neeiss ,,y public lands aloiip 
the line in trust to the Dominion Govern- 
mriil. Ibe Dominion .ds.i puaranteed the 
interest for tin \e.irs on a m.iximum sum 
of Cloii.OOO to i.e exprn.l.al oi. Ibe e..n- 
slriielion of a pravinp dock .it, IXipiim ill. 
The new i.rovi.iee was L'iven three se.als in 
Ibe .Srn.de .and six in the House of Com- 
1 I'in.dlv. it w.is apreed thai Ibe eon 



p:ahi.y iiistouy of British coi.lmbia 



stitution of tlu' executive authority and of 
tlie lefrislaturc of British Coluiiiliia sliouUl 
continue until altered under tlie British 
N'orth America Act, it being understood tlint 
the Dominion Government would consent 
to the introduction of re.si)onsil)le govern- 
ment when desired l)y tlie jieople of British 
Columbia, and that it was the intention of 
the British Columbia Government to amend 
the existing constitution of the legislature 
by providing that a majority of its mem- 
bers should be elective. The union was 
to take place on a date to be fixed by Her 
Majesty on addresses from the legislature 
of British Columbia and of the )>arliament 
of Canada, the former being granted leave 
to specify in its address the electoral dis- 
tricts for which the first election of mem- 
bers to serve in the House of I'ommons 
should take i)laee. 

"The document eontninlng the term'; of 
union reached A'icloria on .July IS. IsTCl. 
Meantime a representative had lu-en des- 
patched to F.ngland to secure (he ni-eded 
change in the constitution of the colony and 
the guarantee of the Imperial Government 
for the compK-tion of the Canadian Pacilie 
Railway. For the election of the council, 
which for the first lime in the history of tlie 
united colonies was prepoiiderafiiigly rep- 
repre.seulative in cbararler, the colmiv was 
divided into eight electoral districts, con- 
sisting of Victoria city. Victoria district, 
Xanaimo, New Westminster, Hope, Vale 
and l.ytton. I.illooet and Clinton, and Cari- 
boo and Ki«>tenay. Of fliese, \'ictoria city 
returned two members. The ehction was 
held in November, and the council met in 
January, J.STI. 'I'lie chief work of the ses- 
sion was, of course, the ratificati.m of the 
terms of union previously agreed upon. 
This done, an act w.is ,.asseil ai.olishinL' Hie 
council and esl.dilisbi.ig a legislative as- 
sembly in its sli-ail, till- hitler to lie eli-cl.-d 
once in <\(iy four \..lr^ ami to eoiisi-l of 
■2i members' clioM-ri l.v IJ el,-.tor.il di.- 



Housc of Commons, and. after a four davs" 
discussion, were adopted. On .lulv 1, ISTi, 
tlie first Dominion Day was celebrated in 
British Columbia." 

DATES IX OCR HISTORY 
The following list of dates refer to im- 
portant events which have had an influence 
in the develojmient on the Pacific side of 
the continent and directh" and indirectly 
upon aft'airs within the mure narrow con- 
fines of British Columbia: 
1770 — Cook sails from England upon his 

third voyage round the world. 
1778— Trading posts established on .\tlia- 
basca or Elk River by Messrs. 
Frobisher and Pond. 
177R— Captain Cook fails to find Strait of 
Juan dc Fuca, but lands at Fri.ndly 
Cove, Nootka Isl.-ind, and explores 
the coast into .Maskan waters. 
1779— Cajitain Cook murdered at the 

- Hawaiian I.slands by natives. 
17.s:{— Chelikof explores coasts between 
southwest extremity of .\Iaska .ind 
Prince William Sound. 
17K.!- 1 78 1— North West (fur-trading) Com- 
pany of Montreal established. 
1787— Captain Barkley rediscovers the 
Strait of Juan de Fuel and names it. 
17S8— Captain Meares launches the North 
West Coast, the first vessel to be 
built in these waters. 
178!) -Russians establish jiorts on Cook's 

River. 
178<I— Captain Mctcalf, American trader, 
with the brig Kleoiiora and seliMMur 
Fair .American. reaches Nootka 
Sound. 
I7,sn--Spaniards seize the British vessels at 
Nootka .Sound (February 17), tlie 
occasion of the "Nootka aVair." 

explores the Strait o( .lu.ui de Fuca. 

FId.dL'o .ind Klisa also on ll„- c....st 
l7tM) NootU., \r,:,[\. ().-t..l.,r JS. 

I7I1I (-.pi. (ill Iii-r..h,nii Ir.idcs with 



V.M„-oMv,T appoitiled 
si..n.r 'to s.llle the 
out of the "NoiMka 



EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



1792 — Captain Gray enters and names the 
Colinnbia River. 

1792— Hasuell in the Adventure (built by 
Americans at Xootka Sound) sails for 
Queen Cluirlotte Island. 

1792 — Captain Vancouver circumnavigated 
A'ancouver Island. To him bc!i)ii£r 
the honor of beinp the first European 
to navigate the intricate cli.inm N di- 
viding the island from the ni linl.ind. 

1793 — Sir Alexander JIackenzie Journeys 
overland to Pacific Coast and reaches 
point on the ocean near Bella Coola. 

1796— The X. Y. Fur Company, a rival to 
the North West Company, foundrit. 

1709— Russian American (fur) Company 
formed. 

1802— .Ma.ssacre at Sitka of Russians by 
Indians. 

1803 — Massacre of the crew of ship Boston 
at Nootka Sound by natives. 

1805 — North West Company cross Rocky 
Mountains and cstal)li>li Fort Mc- 
Lcod on Mcleod Lake. 

1807 — David Tliom])son reaches the Colum- 
bia River overland. 

1808 — Sinion Fraser reaches Pacific (via 
Eraser River). He discovers and 
names the Thi>mpM)n River. 

1811— David Thompson reaches I'acifie 
(Columbia River). 

1825— British treaty with Russia lixing the 
boundary line of Russian America, 
now Alaska. 

1824-25— For* Vancouver founded. 

1838— Hudson's Bay Company gets exclu- 
sive privilege trade (May •I") 
throughout the Indian territory. 

ia-)n— Alaska leased to Hudsons Bay Com- 
pany. 

1812- Victoria srleetrd as Hudx.n'.s Bay 
Company's fort. 

1813— Fort \'icloria erected. 

181!)— Vancouver Island f..rm..lly rlr.te<l 
into a colony. Ricliard Itlaiisli.ird 
appointed governor. 

18.50— Coal discovered .it Nan.iiino. 

1850— Cold found on tjue.ii Charlotte 
Islands. 

1851— First council \'.iMn)uvrr M.iiul. 

1852— Fort Nan.umo louii.l.H. 
• 1852— Victoria eily stirM>((l. 

1855-First .school V.iiu-.mimt Maiul es- 
tabliNhed. 



18.36 — First elections, \'ancouver Island 
(August -1). 

]S.5(;— First legislative assembly A'ancouver 
Island (August 12). Hon. J. S. 
Helmekcn, Speaker. 

185r — 1S57— Discovery of gold "in British 
Columbia. 

IS58 — First rush of gold miners and set- 
tlement of country 

lSo8 — First miners arrive in \'ictoria (.\pril 
25). 

1858— First .sale British Columbia lands. 

1H58 — British Columbia made Crown colonv. 

1S58 — British Columbia boundaries defined. 

lf>59 — Old government buildings begun at 

1S59 — Westminster selected capital of Brit- 
is'n Columbia (January 28). 

1S.J9 — New Westminster founded. 

1859 — New Westminster named (M.iv 5) 

1859— Fir.st sale New Westminster lots 
(June 1). 

18i;2 — Victoria incorjiorated. 

18(i2 — Cariboo wagon road begun. 

18(il — First session legislative council New 
Westminster (January 21). 

18(;i — First issue Cariboo Senlinel (June (i). 

18(iG — I'nion of Vancouver Island and Brit- 
ish Columbia (November 17). 

IS(i7— Confwleration of Canada (.luly 1). 

18<iS— First British Columbia parliament in 
Victoria. 

INTO— British Columbia decides to enter 
Confederation. 

AFTER CONFEDKHATION 

1S71 — C.P.K. survey commenced. 

1871 — Legislative council passed the lirms 
of union with Canad.i, (January 19). 

lS71-The first Dominion Day. (July 1). 

IS71 — Direct telegraphic communication with 
Cariboo established (July 15). 

IS72- First meelinL' of the British Co- 
lumbia legisl.itive assembly. Dr. 
Trimble, Speaker (February 15). 

1872— First election for the Mouse of Com- 
mons in Itrilish Ci>lumbia, (St ptember 
-'). 

1^72— First proniui.il .l^'riellUu^..l exhibi- 
tion held (Oelnb( r 10). 

Ih7:!- N.us ,.f tl„- (liseov.ry of ^old in 
lh>' C'.ssi.ir ilislriel, by Henry Tbi- 
berl, (.\ugusl js). 



EAUI.Y HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



1874 — Nanaimo incorporated a city (De- 
cember 21). 
1877 — Great (jiiartz excitement at Cariboo 

(October 7). 
1S77 — Fir>t Tbank'.j.'iving Day observed by 

the people of British Columbia (N'ov- 

ember 22). 
1881 — Arrival of the first locomotive for the 

C.P.R. at Yale (May 1.5). 
1883 — Gold discoveries in Kixtlenay; bonanza 

announced (February 2). 
188.3— First sale of Port Moody lots, at 

New M'.-stminster (February 2). 
18.83 — A riimjinny formed to worl< a copper 

lode at Sooke, "traced for 20 miles,'" 

(July 1). 
1883— Firt rail l.iid at Port Moody (July 

20). 
1883— The Hon. H«l>ert Dunsmuir reported 

to have secured the contract for K. & 

N. raihviy (.Xupust 9). 
1881 — First cable niessa^'C across the straits 

(October 21). 
ISai — I.arkin & Connolly's tender for tlie 

dry dock at Es(niiMialt accepted 

(November 12). 
1885— Arrival of first locomotive for K. v^ 

N. railway (.\u,L'ust 12). 
1885— First railway rnfrinc crossed the Co- 

luml>ia River at Farwell (RevcLstoke) 

(October IT). 
188.5— C.P.R. trl.i.'rai.h connected with 

AVinnipep (November t). 
1885— First train over the C.P.R. from the 

cast, and la^t spike driven by Sir Don- 
ald Smith. 11 p.m. (November 6). 
188C— Vaneoiiver city started. 
188G— Total devtruetion of Vancouver city 

by fire (June |:)). 
1880- First thr<mj:li train over llie F.. & N. 

railway; Sir John ,\. Maedonald 

drives the last spite near Shawni^'an 

Lake. (Friday. Aujrust 1:1). 
I8S0— First press tele|rraiiis received over 

the C.P.R. teleirrai.h line publi.be.l 

In \'iiloria Cnlnnl-t. (December .5). 
1.SH7— Op, niii;r of Ksrpiim.ill ;:ravin^' dock, 

H.M.S. Ccirinorant first to enter (July 

20). 
1887— Viineouv.r i!hm,iii;ilod with pis 

(November 2ii). 
l.KHS— Kirst cnsifrnment ,>f Chllliwaek fruit 

sent to Winnipeg (Auu-ust 2.5). 
I.SHO— Nelson started. 



IS.'^SI— First ban ,uet of the Board of Trade. 
Vancouver, at the Hot'cl Vancouver, 
(March). 

1889— New Westminster liarlited with electri- 
city for the first time -(December 9). 

1890— Revelstoke laid out. 

18.90 — Inaujruratioii of the tramway in Vic- 
toria (February 19). 

1S90— Openinfr of Vancouver electric tram- 
way (June 2()). 

1891 — Openinjr ceremonies of the New West- 
min.ster Soutliern Railway at Blaine, 
Wash., (February U). 

1892— Kaslo laid out. 

1892 — Inauguration of regular tramway ser- 
vice between Vancouver and New 
Westminster (October 28). 

1892— First Assi/es held in Vancouver Judge 
McCreight presiding (November). 

1893 — First .Vustralian steamer. 

1893— First C.P.R. steamer China. 

189;}— Edward Holmes completed w.-ilk from 
Montreal to \'aucouvcr, 2.920 mile^, 
in 2,700 hours (August 20). 

1891— Opening of VicL.ria & Sidnev Rail- 
way (June 2). 

1895 — Rossland named. 

1890— Trail smelter commenced operations, 
(February 1). 

1897— S.irvey of Crow's Nest Pass Railway 
begun (.Fanuary 10). 

1897— West Kootenay Power «: Liirht Coni- 
panv started op.Tations at Nelson 
(July 7). 

1897 — Coke ovens at I'nion in successful 
operation (July 9). 

1897— Klondike e\eitenient at its height 
(July 20). 

1897— Long distance telephone between Nel- 
son and Rossland in operation (Sep- 
tember 25). 

1S!)8 — Opening of new Parliament Buildings 
at Victoria (Febru.try 10). 

l.K'18— Excitement over the discovery of gold 
in .\tlin district (.\ugust 13). 

1H98— Commencement of Nelson «: Bedling- 
ton Railway (November 20). 

1899— Decision to locate smeller at Grand 
F'orks announced (.May '10). 

1901- Duke and niirlicss of l^.rnw.Ut and 
York laml.<l ..t \aiu-ouver, .S, nl.iol.rr 



EAKLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



1902— Mr. Gordon Hunter appointed Chief 
Justiee of British Columhia. March 
8th. 

1903— Mr. Riclinrd McBride becomes Pre- 
mier of Briti.-li Cohnnbia, Jiiue. 
1904— Hon. R. McBride's (Conservative) ad- 
ministration sworn in (June 4). 

190.5 — Cnrjuitlain power tunnel opened (June 
11). 

190.5— Sir Henry I'ellew Crease, former .At- 
torney-General of Britisli Columbia, 
died February 27tli. 

1903 — C'oquitlain Power Tunnel o])ened June 
11th. 

HlOG— M'rcck of the steamship "Valencia" 
at entrance to Pupet Sound, January 
2.3rd. 

19()fi— Judfrment ^riven on Foreshore riplits 
at Vancouver. February 2711.. 

190G — Royal warrant fjrantintr special .\rni- 
orial bearing's to the Province of Brit- 
ish Columbia, Mareli 31st. 

I90G— .Mr. James Dunsmnir ap|>oint(d I.i.u- 
tcnant-Governor of Briti-li Columbia, 
May nth. 

1907 — K. L. Borden in \'ancoiiver speaks on 

Ja|)anese iinmipr.ition, September 

21th. 
1907 — Riot in Vancouver over .\sialic im- 

mifrration, September Slli. 
1908- Hoil. Georjie ,\. M'alkem, ex-Premier 

of British C.ilnml.ia died, Jaimary 13. 

1908 -Hon .M W Tywhitt-Prake, Judt'e of 

Supreme Court, died, Ai>ril I9th. 
1908— Lord .Milner delivers address at \an- 

couver, October loth. 
1909— Gavin Hamill<m. British Columbia 

pioneer, dii-d January 8th. 
1910— Hon. Clement F. Cornwall, formei' 

Lieutenant-Governor of lirilisli Co- 

luml)ia, died February l.>lh. 
1910— Hon. R. G. Tatlow. former Minister 

of Finance of British Cohm.bia. died 

April nth. 
1910— Joseph \V. C.iny, pioneer, (lied Aj.ril 



2Slh. 
I9I0--Sir F.ni.sl Sh.ie 



lUs in Van- 
raliiin. M.iv 



Br 



Villirrs in Vi 
h I'-oreiL'M Poli 



raks 



19I0-(;eneral B.uleii- P..« ell, in Viet,>rin 
and in Vancouver, Auf;usl 13 and 1.1 

1910— Sir Wilfrid l.aurier in Victoria, \u 
u'UsI I7lli. 



1910— Earl Bathurst in Victoria speaks on 
Defence of the Empire, Sejitember 
22nd. 
1910— T. P. O'Connor in Victoria speak-- 
on Home' Rule for Ireland, October 
20th. 
1912 — Georire Black of N'ancouver, appoint- 
ed Commissioner for Yukon, February 
2nd. 
1912— Hon. C. E. Pooley former member 
of B. C. Government, and speaker of 
the Legislature, died March 28lh. 
1912— J. )hn Morton, Vancouver pioneer, died 

April 19lh. 
1912— James O.sborne, Sr. General Sup. of 
C.P.R. died in \'ancouver .May 1st. 
1912— George .Mexander Keefer, eminent 
Civil Engineer, died in Victoria, Mav 
1 7th. 
1912— Election of .Senate and Chancellor for 
British Columbia l.-nixersily, August 
21st. 
1912— Duke of Connaught and Royal Parly 
arrive in Vancouver, September 18th. 
1912 -Duke of Connaught laid corner stone 
of I'rovincial Library of British Co- 
lumbia, September 2Sth. 
1912— Edward .Mohun, B. C. pioneer and 
enginer, died in ^■ietoria, October 23. 
1912- Lnitui of British Columbia muni- 
cipalities meets at Revclsloke, October 
22-23. 
1912— In Vancouver a half-million League is 
formed for the jmrpo.se of increasing 
the city population to that figure bv 
1917. IL IL St.vens, M.P.. Presi- 
dent, November (!(h. 
191.5--C.1>.R. liner "Kmi.ress of Uu.s.iia", 

reaches \'am ver on her maiden Irij) 

from Yokohama with nearlv 1,000 |ias- 
sengers. June 7lh. 
191;!- A,m..un.-,d ll,,-,t I'C.K. |{v. would 
ha>e ils ler„,i„.,U ■.( N„rll, Van- 
couver, July 19lh. 
1913 Victoria nvcplion f,> C.ipl. Il.,ls,v 
and men of the "New /.ealaMd." .hilv 
27tb. 

"" ' V.iMc ■, M.,„.l eo.l ,l,ilu-. HI,,, in 

■ N.M..-n„„.. Au^ru.l llih. ' 
1913 liuv.il llir.iln- at \iel,Mi., ,>,M-i.ed H,- 



EARLY HISTORY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



llUt— C.P.R. cloM^ town of Hosincr, B.C. 
with IDliO in.-n under eiiipUn mcnt and 
5000 of a population owinp to the fail- 
ure of loi-al coal mines. July .30th. 

1914— Gift to the Mother Country of '.j.iMK) 
cases of B. C. tinned salmon worth 
.$90,000. Sei>tem1)er +th. 

191+— Hon. Wm. Templenian died. Xovein- 
bcr 1.5th. 

1914— SusjienMon <if Bank of Vamouver, 
Dfccml)er 11th. 

191.5— Walter Mnl.erley. C.K.. Pioneer and 
Explorer, died, May I Uh. 

1915— Hon. Sir (Tlias. Tupper. died, Oct- 
tobcr :}Olh. 

1915— R. B. .MeMiekin;:, B.C. pioneer, died 
Xoveml.er JTth. 

191.5— Prdoier Sir H. .MeBride resi;rns to 
accept position as .X^reiit General in 
London, neeemlirr 15th. 

1910 -.Miss Kdith L Paterson was called to 
the Bar l.y .Mr. .lusticc Gregory of 
Vancouver, .January ;Jrd. 

1910 Hon. Kdp.r Dcwdluy, former Lieu- 
tenant-Governor of British Columbia, 
died Auj.Mist sth. 



191G— Hon. H. C. Brewster sworn in as Pre- 
mier of British Columbifl. November 
23rd. 

1917— Hon. Ralph Smith died February 12. 

1917- William Blakemorc, enfrinecr and 
journalist, died March 4th. 

1917— C. H. Lugrin. editor of Victoria 
Colunl^t, died June Ittli. 

1917— Provincial Food Conservation Com- 
mittee appointed September Mb. 

1917 — D. W. Hig-iins, former Speaker in 
the B.C. Lejrislature, died Xovember 
30lh. 

1918— J. B. .McKilliLMM. Provincial Surveyor 
of Taxes, died January 5tb. 

1918— Hon. H. C. Brewster, Premier of Brit- 
ish Cohiuibi.-i, died .^larch 1st. 

1918-F. C. Wade. K.C., appointed .\i;ent- 
Cieneral for British Columbia in Lon- 
don, .Vupisl lUb. 

1918— Dr. K. F. Weslbrook, president of 
British Colnmliia fniversity, died 
October 21 st. 

191S— B. C. Fire Prevention LeaL'Ue or- 
puniM-d, Oct.jber 22. 



Pdl'll, Al Ui.\ tU I'KOV l.\C LS 

Tb<- eslim.ites for the ditlVrent provinces arc as foll.iws; 

Albert.. .587,770 

British Columbia 718,060 

Manitoba 018,9o:j 

New Brunswick :WS,70U 

Nova Scotia .518,701 

Ontario 2,.S2l),9tl!) 

Prince Edward Maiul 9:{,728 

Quebec 2.:J2li,.52K 

Saskatchewan 7 75V,090 

NorlluvesI Territories 18,|S1 

Yukon 8.512 

Total, .ill C.mada 8.S:!.5,1(I2 



BIHTISH COLLMBIA LEGISLATnE ASSEMBLY 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 



(Entered Confede 



Lieatenant-Qovernor: 



ard Gawn-r Prior 
H. J. S Muskett 



EXKCUTIVE COUNCIL 
Premier, President of the Executive Council, Minister of Bailways and Min 



ProTlnclal Secretary and Minister of Edacation — The Honour 



ster of Industries — 
The Honourable John Oliv.r 
■ hn Duncan MacLean, M. D . 



Attorney-General and Minister of Labour — The Honourable John \V 
Minister of Lands— The Honoural.le Thomas Dufferin Patiullo. 
Minister of Pinance^The Honourable John Hart. 

Minister of Agriculture— The Honourable Kdward Dodsley Barrow. 
Minister of Mines and Commissioner of Fisheries— The Honourable William 
Minister of Public Works -The Honourable Jam.s Horace King. M.U., CM 
LEGISLATIVK ASSEMBLY 
(Elected September 14tb. 1916; term expire* 1921 
The Honourable Ji.hn Keen, Speaker. 



de B.que Farris, K.C. 



.N«oi« 



Anderaon Frederick William... 
narrow. Hon Edward Dodsley. 

Bell, GeocKe 

Bow.er. Willinm .lohn 

buckhnni, John Andrew 

Burde. U. J 

Cowper, John Sedgwick 

Dun 



RcpriTKenlrd 



.Ml. John Wallace deBeque. K.C. 
Mexander Incram 



y. W. II 



ry Charle* 

Hanes. Georite Samuel.. 

Hart. Hon. John 

Mawlhornthwaite. Jnnies 
Jackson, Malcolm Bruce. 
Jot... .7.. v.,ili«m... 



Kir . ; n Horace. M.P 

Mn.ri , , I -.,\...],„ Archibald. K C. . 
Wiv-I I :' I. I . ,r.-ih Caitanach. D.to S. 
MacKerui.-. I'ranrin Jamea Anderaon. 
MacLean. Hon. John Duncan, M D. . . 

McDonald. Archibald 

McOreer, Gerald Orallan 

Mcintosh. John William 

McKentie. William Alexander 

Man«un. Alexander .Malcolm 



Kamloop* . . . . 

Chilliwack 

Victoria City . 
Vancouver City 

Colombi.^ 

Alberni 

Vancouver City 
Cowichan .... 
Vancouver City 

Femie 

Victoria City . 
Victoria City . 
North Vancouve 
Victoria City . 
.N'ewcastle . . . . 
The Inlands . . 
South Okanagan 

Ka.Io 

Cranbrook 



Lillooel 

Kichmond 
Vancouver City 



Kamloopi . . . 
Chilliwack . . 

Victoria 

Victoria .... 

Uoldcn 

Port Albemi 
Vancouver . . 



1939 Pemberion I 
' 1U4 Dallas IM 
1010 Linden Av 
Terrace Ave 
Dominion Hotel 
Empresa 

Hotel 



Vie 



Fowl hay Kd 



Victoria 
Kelowna 
Kaslo . . 
Victoria 



Penliclon . 
I Prince Rupe 



Roa*. 

Scholi 



Charles Frauklyn. 



Oliver. M.D.. 
n.>derick. . . . 
•« Harerave. . 

illiain 



Sutherland. William Henry, >I D. 



Thompaot 

Wallera, Joseph . . . 

Wean. John Walt. 



■Mwin Wallace. 



Atlin 

Slo.an 

Dewdney . . . 
Prince Hupel 
Saanich . . . . 
Ksiiiiimall 

Nel>on 

Fort Georse 

Trail 

XAMftimo- ... 



I Grand 
I Yale 
South 

KosOi 



Victoria 

.Chancery Chamber 

i Nelson 

I Victoria 

I Trail 

'Victoria 

I Enipres. 



3j Olympia Ave 

eiTHarbint.r Ave. 

Melro|..ili> 
• lUO Hilda .Street 

Arcadia Street 

1648 Ko. kLmd Ave. 

Inion Club 
■ Empress 

i;<90 St. Jamea St. 

U.16 Beach Drive 

Inion Club 

2.110 Work St 

CL'T.i Oak n.tv .^ve. 

Dominion Hotel 
.M.l'l Moss Street 
I Dominion 
|lnion Cluh 

fnion Club 

I Dominion HnteV " " 
18.17 Fern Street 

I IT 10 Fort 
910 Foul Uay Road 
Chancery Chnniberj 
Mt. Kdwar.l \t.|, 
1129 Dallas Road 



PREMIER'S OFFICE— DEPARTMENT OF IN'DLSTRIES 



Premier's Office. 



PREMlf;RS. OFFICE 
Premier. Presidtnt of the Executive Council. 
MiniHer of Railways and -Minister o( Industries. 

Premier The Hon. John Oliver 

Private Secretary Walter W. Baer 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

President The Hon. John Oliver 

Members: The Provincial .S.cretary. Attorn.'y- 



General. Mini' 
ance. .Minister or 
Mines, and the Mii 



of 1,1 



.Mil 



.Mini: 



of Fin 



DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS 
Minister of Kailwnys The Hon. John Oliver 



PACIFIC GRE.\T EA.'iTERX RAILWAY 

Presiding Director Tile Hon. John Oliver 

Directors : Hon. J. W. drU. Farris, Attorn.v 
Gineral: Hon. John Hart, Minister of Finance 

General Manager Geo. E. Macdonald 

Chief Engineer A. F. Proctor 

As»t. Engineer R. W. Mclntyre 

Inspector of Equipment Wm. Rae 

Inspectors A. McFee and J. H. Short 

The Pacific Great Ea.stern Railway is operat- 
ing to Lone Hiitte. 'JIO miles north of Siiuaiiiish. 
and by D< ci-niher 30th. 1920. will be constructed 
and in operation to Prince Georee forming con- 
nection with the Grand TrunI; Pacific Ry. 



Department of Industries. 



.D. B. Martyr 



The powcr.s, duties .-ind function.s of this 
department slmll be as follows: 

(a) To provide for industrial research; 
to co-ordinate .as far a.s possible all indus- 
trial invcstifrntion and research; and to 
collect and dissriiiinatc data cnianatiii); 
therefrom: 

(b) To acriiiire and ulili/.c in arts nnd 
manufai-Jures the knri«li-<l;.'c .ilrrady e.vist- 
cnt in other countries: 

(c) To carry out an economic .survey of 
the natural resources of the jiroviiice, and 
to furnish advice in rep-ird to the best 
niotlKMls of utilizin;; such resources: 

(d) To furnish nd\ ice with reirard to the 
best methods for attaekiu); industrial jiroli- 
lems, for inducing industrial iinprnveinents, 
and for faeilltatiii); and eiii-nuraL'inp maini- 
f.iclure in suitable I.Halilles: 

(c) To co-ordinate various industries so 
as to olitnin the best combined results and 
the c.xehaii(;e between User and inanufac- 
turer of maiiiifaetiiriiii; iinpro.ements nixl 
"j'eralin;: experience, and to iirinn loplher 

(f) To publi-l, teehnieal. seiei.lii.e and 



lieal 



llblsl 



~ilil. 



!1m- e.l.d>lishm.-nt of 
I'rili.sh Columbia where i 
iii'luslries can nrolilablv 



(h) To consider and initiate scientific re- 
searches in connection with or for the pro- 
motion of primary or secondary industries 
in the province: 

(i) To aid by loan, puaranfer. or puaran- 
tec of .securities on a])proved plans any 
enterpri.se calculated to encourage the eco- 
nomic .iiid connnercial manufacture of the 
natural n-sources or ]»r<Kluc1s of the pro- 
vince: 

(j) To consider and deal with jilans sub- 
mitted by rei>resentative bodies of returned 
soldiers of British Columbia for promoting 
nnd providing for em]>loyinent throu;.'h the 
estnblisluiitMit of new industries and the 
develoimient of existing industries: 

(k) Clenerally for any other purjiose c.il- 
eulaled to promote the economic ilevelnp- 
ment of the province. 

There sh.all be creat-d an .\d\iMiry C..un- 
eil, to be appointed by the l.ieiilenant- 
(.iovernor in I'ouiieil, eoiisislin); of not more 
than seven members, re|ire.sentati\e of the 
lin:itiei.il, eummereial. industrial, manufae- 
lurim.' and labor interests of the |>ro\in<'e, 
»l... sh.ill lic.ld olliee for one \ear. and « ho 
sli.ill advise and eo-<i|>erate with the .Mini^- 
ler of Imluslries aiul Iniluslrial C.mmis- 
sioner uiul.r this .\et. The Industrial Com- 
>■.,;- ioner shall be eh.iirman of 1lie board. 
\ m.ijorily in miiiiber of the members of the 
.\(l\isiiry Couueil sli.ill eonsljliil,- ^i ijutirum. 
No sUaries sh.ill be l.-nd to inemb-rs of ll<e 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 



Advisory Council, but reasonable and actual 
travellinfr expenses may be paid. 

Nottt'ithstandingr any law or statute to the 
contrary, a member of the Legislature may 
be appointed as a member of the Advisory 
Council, and as such receive his expenses 
as in this section provided without thereby 
vacating his seat or contraveninir the pro- 
visions of the "Constitution Act."' 

Indus I rial Aid 

The Minister of Industries may, upon the 
recommendation of the Advisory Council 
and with the approv.nl of the Lieufenant- 
(iiivcrnor in Council, authorize and ajrree 
upon assistance to any person, ])artnership, 
association, company or corporation, by way 
of h>an, puarantcc, or puarantcc of securi- 
ties, upon such terms and subject to such 



conditions as he may think fit, for the pur- 
pose of aidinjr and developing industries and 
manufactories within the scope of this Act; 
and with lilie approval the Minister of 
Industries may establish, maintain, and 
operate such industries and manufactories. 
For the purjiose of providinjr funds to be 
used in making advances by way of loan 
pursuant to this Act, there is hereby created 
a special fund in the Treasury, to be known 
as the "Industrial Development Fund," 
which shall consist of: — 

(a) Such moneys as may be ajipropriated 
by or under the authority of the Lcgis- 
laturc.far the purposes of this Act: 

(h) All sums received by way of inlerest 
on or repayment of any advance made 
by way of loan pursuant to this Act. 



Department of the Provincial Secretary 



rr..vinrial Kecrelftry «nil Mini.vt.r of \.i-. 

cali.jr, Hon. J. V. .M«cLcin. M I> . C M 

DiiMity I'lovincinI Sorrpliirv J. 1.. While 

supi. of K<lurati..ii S. ,1. Willi- 

Chief Injpoclor and Akiil. lo SupL.J. D. Oillii 
Dir.dor nf ALTicullurnl Kdu.Kli.i" ..1. W. Gil.>oi. 

Ednrnlion 3. Kyle 

Inipcctom of HiRh Schools. .J. U. d«-I><inp and 
A. Sulliv.n 
Prinripal Vancouver Normal School. W. Burii» 
Principal Victoria formal t^rhool. 

D. L Macl.aurin 
Ollicor in CharKC Free Text BooVa Pepl. 

J I.. Wataon 
Secretary I'rovincinl Beard of ll.alih and 

Registrar of Births. Death*, and Marriaitoi, 
H. K Yi.uni;. M U. I.L D 
Supl. Mental Hospital. .N. w We«iininMer 

C. K Doherly. M tl 
Bur.iar Mental Hoitpital, Kuondale 

O S MacRowan 
Siipt Provincial Home, Kamlanp<. H McLean 

Kipc^ Printer W H. Cullin 

l.ilr.iriiin and Archivist I, F..r»)th 

.•siipi nf Travellinc I.il.r.irie» H Killiini 

l>ire,l,.r of Provineinl Muselini ... V. Kennode 
Civil S.rvife CiiiiiMiissii.ner ... W. H Maclnn.-, 
See. n. C. Returned tiolUier Commission 

G F Pyke 
The Honorable the Provincial Secretary 
and Minister in charge of the Kduc.ition 
onice is in ch.irgc of the adniinistr.ition 
of the Edui-alion Oirice, the Prdvin.-ial 
Museum, the Printing Oflier. the Provinei.il 
li.Mrd of II.-.,llli. .-ill Menial H..vpit,ils. the 
I'n.vinci.il Hn.nr. the Legislative Library, 
and Ihe Ci\il .Scrvlee C.«mmlssi..n. 

The Proviiuial Secretary's Oilier Is Ihe 
ollii-lal iiiedliiiii of eommiiiiiealion between 



his lloimr the Lieiilenanl-Ciovernor and llie 
Executive Council, and has charge of all 
Orders-in-Council ns well as being the 
custodian of the Great Seal. The oflice 
also deals with the administration of the 
Provhicial Elections Act. the Hospital Act, 
and the Civil Service .\ct. It has also 
charge of nil matters resjieeting destitute 
poor and sick in unorganized districts 
Ihroughoul the province, the a|)pointmcnt 
and administration of the Hospital Act, in- 
eluding prant.s to hos]iitals, refuge homes 
.ind charitable institutions, the I'nivcrsily of 
British Columbia, royal commissions, the 
ap])olntmenf of notaries public and commis- 
sioners under the Evidence .\ct. and other 
matters of a similar nature. 

Drparlment of Education 
nritish Columbia enjoys the advantages 
of a free non-sectarian system of pul)llc 
and high schools. This system, established 
In 187'.', has been iniKlified from time to 
time. Thus, for example, when the system 
was first es-l.ibllslied Ihe full cost of erecting 
.seh(M)l houses, p.iying Ihe >.ilarles of the 
te:iehers and meeting the Ineidinl.il txpenses 
of the various distriels. «.., mil l.v Uir 
Provincial Covermiient oiil ..1 Ih.- .ons,,)!- 
daled revniuc fund of Ihe pniviiii-r. .\l 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PUOVINCIAI. SECRETARY 



present only newly established scliooU, 
tiriiifd Assistctl Schiiols, and schools in tlie 
Es(|uimalt & Xanaimo Railway Belt are 
supported entirely, in so far as teachers' 
salaries are concerned, by the Provincial 
povernrnent. All other schools receive jrmnts 
from the provincial treasury, hut depend 
for their main sujiport upon taxes levied 
in the municipalities or in the rural scIhmI 
districts as the case may be. 

The total enrolment at all the public and 
hiph schools for the year cmlin;; June 
30, 1919, was 72,000. The pereentaprc of 
regular attendance was 78.73. The total 
number of teachers employed was 2,332. 
Of this number 197 were employed in the 
high schools, 9.57 in the city praded schools, 
■>19 in the rural iiuinicipalily schools, and 
629 in the rural and a.ssisted .schools. There 
were 15 hiph schools maintained during the 
;. ear, these bcinp est.ibli^hed in the more 
settled districts tliroiiphout the province, 
or wherever there are available twinty 
children who have succeeded in passing tlic 
hiph school entrance examination. 

The total cost of educatiim for the year 
was!*K228,7l9.92of which amount the cities, 
municipalities, rural and assistid districts 
coTttributed .W. 137,.-,r,(i. t.->, while the prant 
from the iirovincial trea-ury amounted to 
.?1,791,|.-j3.V7. 

i:i,,„iiil„r,i .l,,ririilturiil lUhiclinn in 

Jlrllhb r„l„n,l.m 
The .\pri.ulluriil Education Branch of Ibe 
Deparlnu-nt of Education was instituted 
for the ]iurpose of devch>pinp in and 
throuph the pulilic and hiph .scliouls of the 
provin..'c a preiiler inlcrol In Ibe cultivation 
of the soil and in the ]iroduction of jilanls 
and niiimals. This is done by linkinp up 
with the Usual nature >ludy courses the 
I'per.ilivc side of inslruclioii as carried on 
in scho.il and home pjirdcns and other home 
studies in aprlcullure. Ibis instruction is 
piven directly b\ tlie teailur willi or with- 
out a.ssistani'c. Sununer courses' in rural 
science arc held for live w.rks ammally t.i 
alVoid ..ppi.ilMMilirs to I.M.hcr I., pet sp,- 
cial liainiUL' for this work. Tlie Djslrict 
.Sii;.,i\is,irs i.f Apricullural Inslriicli.Hi 
's i-t ,Mibli;- srb.M.l leaflui-s in tb.ir rcsptc- 
li..- ii;>lri.-l>. lluir dnli.-s ,„i,si>| in: 

(I) lo piw a .■ •>.■ ill AL-ri.nlliin-. rx- 



(2) To assist the public school teaclicrs 
of adjuinin^r rural districts in- cnrryiii<r out 
a course of instruction in Elementarv AL'ri- 
culture and school or home pardenins, 

(3) To conduct extension or continuation 
classes in Apriculture at suitable points in 
each district durinp the Winter months, 
open to boys and younp men and women 
not in rcpular attendance at hiph school. 

(!■) To incidentally advise with farmers 
tlirouphout the district repardinp .such prac- 
tical apricultural problems as they arc im- 
mediately concerned with. 

The ]ilanninp and improvement of school 
prounds also comes under this branch. 
School Boards arc assisted in effectinp such 
improvements as ore aprced on and are 
sui>plied with trees and shrubs for |>lant- 
inp the prounds. These are secured from 
the schools department. Provincial .Vursery, 
E.ssondale. 

No. of schools takinp up school and 
home pardeninp durinp the year 

endinp December 31st. 1919 1.50 

No. of teachers takinp up school and 
home pardeninp durinp the year 

endinp December 31st, 1919 2!il 

No. of pupils enpaped in school and 
hi)iiie pardeninp durinp the year 
endinp December 31st, 1919 7,770 

.Uanunl Trnininij anJ Domrnlic .s'ci< arc 

72 .^Ianual fraininp centres. 

.-,S Instructors of manual traininp. 
7.32V Pupils from elementary schools rc- 

ceivinp instruction. 
\,r,\il Pupils from hiph schools reciivinp 
instruction. 

to Domestic Science centres. 

39 Inslruelors of domestic science. 
.''),I72 Pupils from ilcmcnlary schools re- 

ceivinp instruction. 
I.ITC. Pupils from hiph schools rtveivinp 
instruction. 

Ni::ht scIiih.Is arc held throupb..ut the 
province in the folh.winp v^:ic<-i: 

Chillivvack, Coal Creek, Cumberland, n.:i- 
III i:i Il.Mul, Kcrnie, l.ndysiiiilh, Nanaiiim. 
N..r;li V.incoiivcr, Nelson". New Wcslmin- 
slcr. (!•■.■ Ill Palls, rni,.n Hay. \ancc.uv cr, 
S.iilb \-.iii.-.mvii-, Vicli.ria. 



DEPAHTMENT OF THE PKOVINCIAL SECKETARY 



Correspondence courses in school subjects 
for the children li^inpr in isolated districts. 

Technical course for boys and a House- 
hold Science course for girls in King Ed- 
ward High Sciiool, Vancouver. 

IN.'^PECTORS 

High School: 

A. Sullivan Victoria 

J. B. BeLong Vancouver 

Public Schools: 

A. E. Miller Revelstokc 

J T. Pollock Vancouver 

W. H. M. May Victoria 

H. H. MacKcnzic Vancouver 

L. J. Bruce Vancouver 

K H. Gower Prince Gcorfre 

J. Martin Vancouver 

A. An^ley New Weslminr^icr 

A R. Lord K.lo»na 

F. G. Culvert Nelson 

W. N. Wlnnby Victoria 

A. F. Mallhe* 8 Kamlooj.. 

J M Pateriton Prince Rnpert 

Provincuil Board of IJealth 

The Provincial Board of Health consists 
of the I.icutcnant-Govcrnor in Council, the 
Honourable Ihc Provincial Secretary being 
Chairman. The de|)nrtincntal head is known 
as flic Secretary of the Provincial Board 
of Health. 

The Provincial Board of Health deals 
with all matters jiertnininp to the health of 
the community. The jirovince is divided Into 
districts over wliich a local medical officer, 
known a.s Ihc Mc-dica) OITicer of Health of 
the dislricl,- ]>rrsides and who reports 
directly to the Provincial Board of Health 
on all matters of contnfrious diseases, sani- 
tation and the penernl health of the ptiblio. 

There is a Departimnf of Sanitation, oon- 
siirtinp of Chief Sanil.Try Inspector and nil 
of the constables of the Provincial Police, 
who are responsible for the sanitary condi- 
tions in their disiriet.s, particularly in the 
public works of construction, railroad con- 
struction work and lumber caMi])s. 

The Medical Inspection of Schools Is aii- 
otlier bninch of the department and all 
.schi>ol children of the jirovince arc examintti 

The Vital Statistics Branch of the Pro- 
vincial Bo,.rd of Ile.ilth keeps rtvords of all 
the births, deaths and niarriau'es in the 
province. The province is divided iirlo 
rejristralion divisions and government of- 
fti'lals .let as nepniy Uegislrars, reporting 
to the head olhec, an<I in the head otiice the 

marriages arc kept. 



In this department it is asolutely essen- 
tial that we should have, as near as possible, 
the correct knowledge of the population of 
the province in order that our percentages 
of births, deaths and marriages may be kept 
in such a way as to show us from year to 
year increases or decreases. 

The plan formed to arrive at this data 
from year to year, is to base our figures 
upon the enrohiient of school children in 
the province. We are able to arrive at the 
number of school diildren exactly a.s we 
have monthly reports from every school in 
the province and it has been found by com- 
parison with other authorities, who are en- 
deavouring to find the population but by 
employing other methods, that there is a 
wonderful agreement as to the results ob- 
tained by each. 

The i>lan adopted in regard to basing the 
population on the number of school children 
varies in the dlfferenl localities and we fol- • 
low the rule of making allowances for points 
where there is a large transient )<o])ulution. 
Where we have such a po)iulation we mul- 
tiply the number of school children in the 
district by CVi, whereas in an agricultural 
district where residence is fixed, we mulll- 
ply by 5'i. For example, in Vancouver 
City we have 17,773 multiplied by (>'•. iiiak- 
ine 115,.524. In the Eraser delta, an agri- 
cultural district, the number of school chil- 
dren enrolled was 3,778 multiplied by 5'.. 
gives a population of •_'0,77'J. The two 
classes total us an enrolment of 7I,tS6 and 
a population of lk),187, to which must be 
added the Indians— 21.7+1, giving a total 
popiil.alion of 4GV,i);JI. 

Itegist ration of births, deaths or mar- 
riages may be made at any Govermneni 
office in the province. 

Provincial I.Hnnry and .Ircliiics 

'I'Ih- Provincial Library occupies a new 
wiiiL' of the parll.'iment buildings, and is 
one of tlie finest libraries in the Dominion. 
It Is firqifiiof tlirouglinut. anil eipiipped 
with all modern library appliances. The 
collection contains upwards of 100.000 
viiluiiies, in every department of knowledge. 
As it Is a reference library, tin: books must 

e.isi's a book may lie lo:iiied from the library 
upon application to the librarian. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 



The collection of N'orthwest Americana 
containing books, prints, maps and manu- 
scripts relating to the history of the Pacific 
N'orthwest is of special interest, as also the 
archives collection containing many original 
letters and documents bearing on the early 
history of the province. 

^\'here persons reside at a distance, or 
for any reason are unable to call personally 
at the library, an information service is 
provided, and upon written request to the 
librarian for information the full resources 
of the library on any particular subject will 
be made known, and, where pos>ible. read- 
ing lists and excerpts will be furnished. 

There are ujiwards of three hundred 
newspapers and periodicals received regu- 
larly in the reading room, and ns all hack 
numbers of these are preserved in a largv 
filing room, reference may be made to thorn 
at any time; cumulative indexes being 
provided for most papers to facilitate ref- 
erence. 

The travelling library system provides 
rural districts with small eolleelions of 
books. Kull particulars may be obtained 
upon application to the Superintendent of 
Travelling Libraries, Parliament Buildinss. 
Vhcn the legislature is not in session the 
library and archives department is open to 
the public daily from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m., 
Saturdays, 9 a.m. till I i).m. 

Provincial Mu.trum nf \alurnl IH.ilonj 
The objects of this museum arc to secure 
and jireservc .»jiecimcns illustrating the 
the natural history of the prox-ince; to col- 
lect anthra]H>K>gical material relating to the 
aboriginal races of the province; to obtain 
information respecting the natural sciences 
relating jiarficularly to the natur.il history 
of the province, and to increa.se and dif- 
fuse l^n(lwU'<lgc regarding the same. 

The museum is an instilutiim for the 
preservation of tho.se objects which hot 
Illustrate nature, and the work of man aii<l 
the use of the.se for the increase of knowl- 
edge, and for the culture and enliiihtenmrnt 
of the people; its sjiecial functions lii-iiig 
to ]>re.serve and utilize ol>iecls of nature 
and works of art and industry. It su).|.li.s 
a need, which is felt in every inlelli.-.iit 

by any other agency. 

If in vour travels vou should visit Vic- 



toria, Vancouver Island, be sure you see 
the provincial museum. Vou will see there 
many strange and wonderful things, and if 
you have time to listen, stories will be told 
you woven about these exhibits that will 
make your \isit a nof-to-be-forgotten 
pleasure. 

Do you care for the glories of the chaser- 
Go into the great hallway devoted to Brit- 
ish Columbi.Vs big game, and see for your- 
self some of the finest specimens of moose, 
cariboo, wapiti, slieep and bear, etc., that 
are to be found on the .\merican continent. 

.\re you a lover of the weird and 
mysterious? The Indian legends told on 
the many totems here brought together 
would, if written down, fill a series of large 
volumes by themselves. 

It was on December 2, 18SG, that the 
nmseuiii was formally o[)ened up in a room 
20 X 12. with no work-shop attached; the 
cyrator was simply told that he must make 
the most of it until better quarters were 
provided. On .May 2^, IHhO, the museum 
was removed to the old supreme court 
buildin:;, and the work of building up the 
institution conmienced in real earnest. 
Gradually but surely the develoi>ment of 
the museum advanced until again the ac- 
cinnniodation w.ts totally inadequate. Then 
in 1898 it was nmvcd to its present quar- 
ters in the eastern section of the parlia- 
ment buildings; but it has outgrown those 
premises, and there should be erected now 
a building, twice as large and specially 
designed for museum purposes, and until 
such n house is secured, the perfection of 
the collections nmst naturally be retarded. 
The provincial museum being essentially a 
Uritish Columbia nmscum, necessarily con- 
tains only those sjiccimens obtained within 
its borders, hence m>ne of them were i>ro- 
eure<l by exchange with other parts of the 
continent, so th.al the value of a collection 
SI. truly I.K-al in its formation is ine.ileulable. 

The collection is wi>rthy of a large build- 
ing, anil is a credit not only to the 
p)vernmriit under whose direction it is 
manaL'ed, liut to the ]u-ople of the ]irov- 
Ince, whose individual efforts have done 

:is .'i to assist its growth in the w;iv of 

eonlrlbulions, as very many specimens now 
in the museum have been presented by 



THE UNIVERSITY OF BUITISH COLLMBIA 



friends to the institution from every por- 
tion of the province. 

The ethnological collection is unique, be- 
inp the finest one of local relics extant, and 
when it is considered that the Indian is 
fast learning the wliite man"s ways, many 
of the specimens will he hard to duplicate, 
if at all possible. 

The grouping of inainnials and bird.s 
which is now the principal feature in all 
museums, has been initiated here, and 
proupS shown with their natural surround- 
ings at a plance teacli a person as to their 
habits and life history. The museum con- 
tains pood collections, embracing as it does 
many fine and rare spcciments. 

Tlie ornitlioloeical, or bird collection, too, 
is admirable and complete, not only every 
familiar feathered friend beinp hiet with, 
but specimens bcinp on view of bird.s en- 
tirely new to Briti.sli Columbia, if not to 
the Pacific Coa.st. and the nuiscum lojjee- 
tion intelligently read offers incontrovertible 
evidence of the constantly clianginfr distri- 
luition of the birds of the world. 

The fislies of the province arc fairly well 
represented, both in alcoholic specimen.s and 
casts, tlic latter method Ijcinir now almost 
entirely employed in rrpre.-ienling the fishes, 
and so far with satisfactory results. — F. 
Kermnd,'. director. 



Ch-il Seri'ire Commission 

The Civil Service Act came into effect 
July 1, IfllS. The functions of the commis- 
sion are: 

First, to determine the organization neces- 
sary for adequately and economically per- 
forming the pulilic service. 

Second, to appoint the staff necessary to 
complete this organization. 

Under the Civil Service .Vet the power 
of dismissal is segregated from tlie power 
of appointment. The jwwer of dismissal 
lies in the head of the department or in 
tlie Lieutenant-Governor in Council. The 
power of appointment lies with the Civil 
Service Commission to whom all applications 
should be made. All appointments to the 
civil service are now made under com|>etitive 
conditions. Ai)plications are called for by 
advertisements j)ul)li>bed in the R. C. Gazette 
and in tlie public press. Where possible 
coin|iefitivc examinations arc used, somc- 
timv; writtin, sometimes viva voce, and fre- 
(piently both. 



Rflurnrd Soldier Commission 
Hon. .1. D. Macl.can, hon. chairman. 



Major F. A. Robertson, 
G. F. Pvke, secretarv. 



The University of British Columbia 



)f university education 
otion of which ..II aca. 



ining siuvin.;,!!;, 



<-lir»n.ril..r R. K M^K.m luii,-. K-., . \l [) c M |,ririi.- essrn 

.'.'.!. IVaii of Vhr a.i.liy ..f .\ri« aiid .Sri.'nr.- towarii.-. the 

R.jin.il.l W, ISrork. .M A. (Qu.-.-nO PCS. „,.„,!,. ,.,r„rt must .•oiil riloile 

ruse. n.nn of ihr F.if..liy of A|.|ili,d "• """^ I "'Tt """st I onl rihutc . 

.•s.„n.,. anil l»rof,,sor of (M-.,l,.:.y .\s means to Ihese ends, the IniwrsFtv 

K M ll.in.'ni. U.S.A.. ((iii.-lpli ). D.'an of III.' „ , • i .,„•.•, ^ , 

K;..„l.v of .V^-ri.nliuro nn.l Prof.>«or of Hor.i •>'^"'' '" '-^^T.^ resident of Uriti.sh Columbia. 

■"""'•■■ at a minimum of ex|.rnse. opp,.rliinity for 

The University of British Cohiiiibia is an an|iiiriiig a 

iMl,-r:,l ].,.rt of Ih.- I'r.n in.i.il sv sti-in of "-Is, :n„l 

r,l,uMti,.n. It .-,,.|,|.|,i,M Ml. ,„ul ,-,„„|,lrlr> .mI.,|.|><I to Ih,- rr,|uir.-M,.iil .. run.lilions ,,m<I 

the inslrmtion and tr.iiiiiiig gn.i. in Ih,- r.-.-ourr, > of Ih.' I'r.niiuv. It mil .mh 

.■l.iiientary. hiL'h and v..eatiim,il schools of iin(l.rtal..-s t.. fiiriiisli iiislnictl.in in tin- 

the I'nnimr. The deveh.piiient of the high. v.irioils br.iiulu-s ..f .. lili.r.il .iliu-ilion. but 

.-t \syv ..f Canadi.in eili/ien^bip i. its fun- I" r'-lale that ediMMtioii. tbr.mgh its t.ch- 

.l.no.'iil..l .lim. Its piir|.o.,- i> t.. r~l,ibli.h nical dei).irtmrnts. I„ Ih,. lif,.. indii.lry and 

on th. l-.iilUli I'aeilie Coa.t n.iis|.,iill> i,„- .1. •^.■l..pm'■lll of lirili.h (•,>luini.ia. Further. 

:ki,1 ,-iiltuiv, ami m.iiiilainiiii.' bi-b sI.m„I.,i-,Is iiig il- sh.in- lo II,.- l-.-m.-imI ,i,b .,i.,-, M„„i „t 

..r lh,.ughl and eomlnet. Tb.-.,- .,r,- th, knowl.-.lg,. tlir.iii-b Ih,- pr.is.-.ulion ami 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENER. 



encouragenient of research. In several im- 
portant directions the University has al- 
ready proved its value as an investigational 
institution. 

The University was cstablislicd hy an Act 
of the Provincial Lefrislature in 1908. This 
Act provides that tlie institution shall give 
instruction in all branches of liberal educa- 
tion that qualify for degrees in Science, 
Commerce, Arts, Literature, Law, Medicine 



and other branches of knowledge, and that 
all such instruction shall be ot a type de- 
signed to be of greatest service to the resi- 
dents of British Columbia. Control of tlie 
in.s-titution is vested in the Chancellor, Board 
of Governors, Senate. Prtsident'and Faculty. 
The institution is non-sectarian, and women 
students are admitted on terms of equality 
with men. It is the sole degree-coiifirring 
body in the Province. 



Department of the Attorney-General. 



nffire of the 



Officers attached to the cenc 
AttomcyGenrral: 
Attomc) -acneraJ . . . . }Ion. J. W. de B Farr.s. K.C 

Deputy AltomcyGfneral A. .M .Johnson 

Legislative Coun.'ifl A. V. Pines 

Department Solicitor W. D. Carter. K.C. 

Inspector of l^t:al Offices }(. j Crane 

R«(istrar of Joint Stock Companies and 

Snpt. of Insaranre H. G Garrett 

Superintendent of Provincial Police and 

Game Warden W. G. MtMvnn 

Inspector of Manicipalities Robert Biiir.l 

Prohihition CommiMioner Jame, Sclater 

Censor of Movine Pictures (Vancouver) 

\V. Hepburn 
Public UtiJilles Commissioner (Vancouver) 
^„ , J. L. Retallack 

Official Guardian (Vancouver) .. H. O Alexander 

DEPART.MKXT OF LABOR 

Minister of Labor Hon. J. W. de B FarrN 

Deputy Minister of Labor J. D McXiven 

INSPECTOR OK LKGAL OPFICES 
This ofRce exercises i 
•11 Land Reci.try offic 
and Sherifr.H* ofTices in the 

II. J.' Crane, Inspector. 
REOI.STRAR GENERAL AND DISTRICT 
REGISTKAKS OF 1 ITI.K OF LA.NU 
REG I.ST It y OFFICE. S 
Address dorumentt alTertinK land to the Dis- 
trict Rek-istrur of Till,, at the follow inif i.lacei: 

J.'^ori* P. J. Stacpoole. RecUtrartiemral 

Jancoiiver Arthur G .«imiih 

New Westminster T. O Townley 

Kamloops C. V. Craiir 

N»lson K. S Stokes 

Prince Rupert JI. p MaeLeod 

LAW COURTS OF BRITISH 
COLl'.MBIA. 

COIRT OF APPEAL 

Hon. J. A. Macdi.nald, Chief Jii.tice of the 

Court of Appeal; Hon. Arrh.r Manin, Hon. 

W. A Galliher. Hon. A. E. McPhillips. Hon, 

?h.riV,Mi;;d;:;id.iheriir. •''""■"• ""■•"""'• 

SUPREME COIRT OF BRITISH COLIMBIA 
Hon. Gordon Hunler. Chief Justiee. 

PlISNE JCPGES 
Hon. Aulay M..rri»nn. H..n W ir P Clement 

""",*•,» <;"V..ry. Hon I). .M„r,.h . ll!;:'"^: 

A. Mardnnald. 

ADMIRAl.TV (dlKT 
Hon. A Martin. 



<D OFFICL\L 



iTIPENDIARV MAGISTRATE 
GLAKDIAX 
H. O. Alexander, Vancouver. 
JUDGES OF THE- COLNTY COIRTS 
Atlia— F. McB Yoiine. Prince R„„rrt 
^C»rt^f;-.;^»'J'r. A>h.roft. H. E A. Robert. 
West Kootenay— J. A. Forin. Nelson 
East Kootetiay— G. U. Thomp.^un. Cranbrook 
Nanaiino— C. H. Barker. N..nuiTi.o 
Victoria— P. .S. Lampman. Victoria 
Westminster— F. W Hownv \ew Westminster 
Yale— J. R. Brown. (Jrand Forkn 1 n 



DISTRICT REGISTKAKS OF THE SIPUEMF 
AND UEGLSTKAKS OF THE COl NTV COL KTS 
Address chattel mortc.ii:es and other transfers 
of personal property and P.O. orders for fees to 
the ReKistrar of the Count Court at the follow- 
i"B places, (onriitional sales must be reci^lered 
at the nearest office of Reel, try of the Ctmntv 
i.?".'^'.!'.'.. '" "" '">■ where the chattels are 

ng (c) appended 



(Note: Those Recisti 
are County Court Reiristries only 
both Supreme and County Court Recistrie. ( 

>sine sn.l A.l.lrr.s of II,-i:isir.ir 
Alfred Wood Lee. Alberni 



licit: 

Alberni 

shcrofl 



Atli 



H. 



Barkervllle (c) LA- Do.ld, Barkerv.lle 

(hilliwack ..: Justinian Pellv, Chilli»nik 

tllnton Geork-e Milbume. Clinton 

Cranbrook N. 8. A. A. Wallineer. Cranbrook 

t umberlaiid (c) John Bnird, Ciimherlnnd 

Cariboo (e) L. A Dodd. Barkerville 

Bunran (c) J. Maitlnnd Doufall. Duncan 

lairview (c) J. K. Brown. Fairview 

J.""'?, Ronald Hewat. Fernie 

Fort George T. W. Heme S Fort Georce 

"old-n G. E Sanhorne Golden 

Grand Forks s. R. Almond. Grand Forks 

Dewdney. Greenwood 
. E, Fisher. Kamloops 
Alfred McQueen. Ka»lo 



Kamloops 

Kaslo 

Ladysmith (c) , . 



Lillu 



(e). 



.New W,sl 
LIO Mile 

K M. MrGustv. 
Peace River DIst. (c) N H West 
Prince Rupert W. E. Iliirril 

QuerneV. .•.•.■.•.•.. ■.■.vr;-' 



Caspar I'hnir. l.illon 

.William H Boolbrovd Merri 
. .W. R. Dewdney. Greenwo, 

A. Forrester. .Snnnin 

T. M. Ilowm.nn. VeK. 

Ancus Melnnes, New Deiiv, 
1. J. Cambridce. New Wes 



DEPAIITMEXT OF THE ATTOUNEV GENERAL 



Smithers J. E. Kirby. Smitbers 

Tront Laks (c) Oscar .lacoloon. Troiu Lake 

Vancouver J. K. MalhPr. Vancouver 

Victoria B. H. T. Drake. Victoria 

Vernon Leonard Xorris. Vernon 

Wilmer (c) A. M. Sandilands. Wilmer 

Yale (c) H. Beccb, Yale 

SHERIFFS 
Jurisdiction Officer Addrc» 

Victoria. F. G. Richards. Victoria 

Xanaimo C. J. Trawford. Xanaimo 

Vancouver Chas. Macdonald. Vancouver 

N. Westminster. .T. J. Arnistrons. .\ WestminNter 

Cariboo E. .S l-eiers. I'rince George 

Grand Forks-Greenwood — 

H. C. Herman. Grand Forks 
Yale other than Grand Forks and Greenvinod 

I). P. Kimpion. Golden 
Kootenay-Revelstoke. . . W. J. Law. Revclstnke 
Kootenay, other than Columbia ana 

Revelstokc James Doyle, Nelson 

Atlin J. Shirley. Prince Rupert 

WARDENS OF PROVINCIAL GAOLS AND 

SVPEKl.NTENDEXT.-i r)K PROVINCIAL 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 

C. S. Campbell. Warden Oakalla Prison Farm. 
Jubilee P. O. 

W. R. Jarvis. Warden Provincial Ga..l. 
Nelson. B C. 

David B. Brnnkin. Supt of Neelected 
Children, and Provincial Industrial School for 
Boys. Point Grey. Vancouver. 

Miss M. W. Bayne. Supt. Provincial Industrial 
School for Girls. Vancnurer. B C 



PROVINXIAL POLICE 

BOUNDARY POLICF. DISTRICT 

Chief Constable J. A. Fra.ser. Greenw, 

C<mstiibl,- G. SiandHold. Grand Fo 

Senior Constable C. F. hvans. 

Constable Arthur Arden. Princeton 

Constfll.lH y. G. Briron, Keremeo.s 

Constable W. B. Stewart. Midway 

Constable A. E. Spall, Hedley 

FORT GEORGE POLICE DISTRICT 
Dep. Inspector T. W. S. Parsons. S. Fort Georce 
Chief Constable, J. Buurue. S. Fort Georse 

Conslabl.^ H. Avison. South Fort Ge..r?.. 

Constable G. E. Ashton. South Fort Georte 

Constable X. H. Mansell. South Fort George 

Constable W. R. Henley. Vanderhoof 

Constable F. W. Gallaiher. Lucerne 

Constable H. J. McDougall. McUride 

FORT ST. JOHN POLICE DISTRICT 
Chief Constable . . . .Harry Taylor. Fort St. John 

Constable 1. A. Freeman. Ft. St.. John 

Constable G. J. Duncan, Puuce Coupe 

HAZELTON POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable J. Kellv, Smithers 

Constable W. J. Service. Smithers 

Constable Sperry Cline, llaelton 

Constable A. Fairbairn. Telkwa 

Constable S. G. Robinson. Francois Lake 

KAMLOOPS POLICE DISTRICT 

Deputy Inspector W. L. Kernie. Kamloops 

Acting' Cliii f Const. . .George H. Adam. Kamloops 

Constable R. Pritchard. Kamloops 

Constable and Gaoler A. Noble. Kamloops 

Constable Alex. Dunbar, Falkland 







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Con»t«M« J. EBglesh«w, Savons 

Cvnstable J, J. McConni-11, Sicamoa> 

Coniiiblc P. ^V. Jupp. Chase 

ConMaLl- H. H. Vickers, Mount Olie 

Consiable F. X. Emmott. Ducks 

XORTHEAST KOOTENAY POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief ConslaUe R. J. Suthirland, Gcldin 

Constable F. H. butwell, GoUen 

Special Constable B. E. Drew. Golden 

Conat/'ble R T. Mills. Athalmer 

Constable W. H. Dawson, Athalmcr 

Constable A. E. Farey. Firld 

Constable J. Mead. Revelstoko 

SOUTH-EAST KOOTENAY POLICE DISTRICT 
Depnly In-pcctor. . . . W. R. Dunwoody. Kcrnie 
Acting Chief. Const— W. K. V. Spiller. Fernie 

Constable S. J. Mc.Selly. Fernie 

Constable C. H Martin. BaU River 

Constable A. W. Collins. Coal Creek 

Constable C. Kerr. Cranbrook 

Constable J. Walsh. Fort Steele 

Constable H. D. Huches. Michel 

Constable M. Gorman. Elko 

Constable A. Dryden. Waldo 

Constable , H. Huehes. Natal 

Constable W. H. Laird. Moyle 

Constable G. W. Shipman. Corbin 

Constable R. Kinc Kimberley 

WEST KO0Tr..NAY POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable Ernest Gammon. Nelson 

Constable H. W. Kinit. Nelson 

CoDSlablo E. A. Vaehon. Creston 

Constable A. M Pearinan, Nakusp 

Constable Geo. M. Gunn. New Denver 

Constable J. F. Johnston. Trail 

Constable Harrey McLaren. Salmo 

Constable J. W. Chadwick. Kaslo 

LILLOOET POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable F. E. Aiken. Clinton 

Constable F Heln.ill. r. Clinton 

Constable T. Ilii:>.inhotiom. l.illxuet 

Constable Oeorse Bell. i:.f) Mile House 

Constable ....Oeorge H. Greenwood. Qiie.nel 
Constable Waller Bell llancevlUe 

NANAIMO POLICE DISTRICT 
Chief Constable ....A. T. Stephenson. Nanaimo 

Conalablr A. D. I. .Muslari. Nanaimu 

Constable W. V. Shepherd. Nanaimo 

Conatable J. Kussell. Ladysmiili 

Constable H. N Wo.mI. .\lberni 

Consloble J. A Willi.i.nv nny.H,.,ot 

Constable H. B Dawlcy. li.urtenay 

Constable F Variiey. guat..ino 

Constable O. C. Mortimer. Ciinibtrland 

PRINCE RUPERT POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable A. C. Minty. Prinee K.iperl 

Constable Alexaniler Snint. Prince Rii|<eri 

Siieeinl Constable. H W. Dodd. Tebt-raph Cr. . k 

Constuble Russell P. Ponder. Ma^sett 

Constable P. S. .Inek. Slewnrt 

Constable P Cnrr. (irnnby H..v 

Conslalde R. A. Heaven. Ocean FnlU 

Constable J. P. Scarl.tt. Alic- Arm 

Constable Robert Gihson. I'liri Ks..ini:i..ii 

Constable A. W. Sioi.e. Uiv.rs Inlei 

Constiible Frank HrouL-lifm. llelU In..!,. 

Conatable Robert Webster. Atlin 

VANCOIVER POLICK DISTRICT 

Deputy Ii,sp,.,l..r W. Owen. Vancouver 

<'liief Coii.-ial.le F. Cr.iiek.b.ink. Vancuv. r 

SeTiior foi.st.ible X. North. VBuc.in.r 

Clerk and Constable.....!, S. Crni.,-. Vancouver 

Clerk nnd CoM-liible. . K. MeXribur. Vnncou>,r 

Constable n. «• Pvko, Varcouver 

Constable W. A. Wi^i.y, Vnmouver 

Constable S. S. Saundt r>, Vniicioivi r 



Constable J. G. Cnnninfrham. Vancouver 

(•onst.^ble J. A. Hird (Launch -Walla-) 

Cnilable James Callander. Mission City 

Constable J. Renner. Abbotsford 

CoiiMable R. L. Matthews. Alert Bav 

Constable T. G. Mason. Britannia Beach 

Constable S. Marshall. Quathiaski Cove 

Constable Thos. M Forknall. Siiuamish 

Constable W. H. Hadley." 1-owell River 

Senior Constable. .J. Macdonald. N'. Westminster 

Constable W. J. Voisev. New -We.-^tminster 

Constable H. A. Lauchlin. Chilliwack 

Conslalile W. V. Fenton. Ladner 

Constable W. H Cameron. Kosedale 

Constable P. French, Sechelt 

VERXOX POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable Geo. A. Carter. Vernon 

ConstabI-, J. Hankin. Kelowna 

Constable E. C. Graham. Kelowna 

Constable G. A. Johnson. Enderby 

Constable J. .M. Smith. Vernon 

Constable C. F. Cland. Lumby 

Consuble Alex. King. Peoticton 

VICTORIA POLICK DISTRICT 
Superintendent's Office: 

Superintendent Wm. G. MeMynn, Victoria 

Inspector F. R. Murray. Victoria 

Clerk and Constable D. G. Co.\. Victoria 

Chief Detective G. A. llood, Victoris 

Clerk II. H. Clarke. Victoria 

Clerk C. Clark. Victoria 

Clerk and Constable T. Conly. Victoria 

Victoria Offlce and District: 

Constable Robert Owens. Victoria 

Constable F. Fryer. Victoria 

Constahlo W. Kier, Duncan 

Constable J. X. Rofers. Gan^-es 

Constable H. Bishop. Sidney 

Constable R. Gidley. Victoria 

Provincial Motor License oaice, Victoria. 

Clerk and Constable C. A. Booth. Victoria 

Clerk and Constable.. W H. Handley. Victoria 

Clerk and Constable G II. Jennincs. Victoria 

ProTlncial Game Office: 

Game Conservation Board 

Secretary and Actint: Chief Game Inspector — 

R. E. Hose. Vancouver 
Clerk and Constable ... F R. Butler. Victoria 
Constable and Game Keeper — 

D. P. Cummins. Coli|uiti 
Constable and Game Keeper — 

S. W. Long. Colquiti 

YALE POLICE DISTRICT 

Chief Constable R W. Bowen. Ashcrofl 

Constable A. Strani;. North Bend 

Constable W. Greenwood. "Hope 

Constable D. A. Ha/elton. I.ytton 

Constable 1'. Badiuan. Merrill 

Constable 0. Lodwick. Ni.oI.t 

GAOL WARDENS 

Colin S. Campbell. Warden. Oakalla Pri-on Fann. 

.lubilee r.O. 
W U Jarvis. Warden. Nelson Provincial Gaol. 

Nelson. B.C. 

INDU.'iTRIAL SCimoI.S 
U Itiiikin. Supl. I'rov. Indii-tnil Sel I for 

sihool Vor Girls. Vancouver. U »' 

Ui:i!ISTU.\U OK .10INT STUCK COMI'AXIKS 
The i.icorr.nrnlion nnd reKisirnii..ii of com- 

,oi','s|i'l„l'e" llor""/,.',',Vr"rwrrk' of ''l'il'e'^'..mee.' to" 
Heth. r with the Hlim: of the vari.ms prescribed 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 



The chief Acts administered are: Companies Act, 
Trust Companies Act. Benevolent Societies Act 
Cemetery Companiis Act. Charitable Absociations 
Act, Co-operative Associations Act. Investment 
and Loan Societies Act. Rural Telephone Act, 
Mutual Fire Jn.'surancc Coinpanie.'; Act. 

Extra-provincial concern^ become authorized 
to carry on business nnder the Companies Act 
and Trust Companies Act. 

Default in filing its returns renders a company- 
liable to dissolution under the proTisions of the 
Companies Act. 

All documents recorded are open to inspection 
by the public in the office, or information may 
be obtained by letter, there bein;: a nominal fee 
of 25 cents for any search. Copies of documents 
will also be furnished at the charge of 10 cents 
per folio of loo words. 

Inquiries will receive prompt attention. 

H. G. Garrett, Registrar. 



SUPERIXTKXDEXT OF IXSLRAXCE 

the British C 
Insurance Act. arcordini; to the class of busine 
carried on. Security has to be defosiied in evei 
case, unless the company holds a nominit 
license. Licenses expire on June 30th each yea 

In March the companies file their annu 
reports. Other returns may also be required. 

The tax of 2 per cent, on premiums for fii 
insurance is cnllerted by the d-partinent fro 
licensed companies, and also when the insurant 
has been placed outside the province with ni 
licenaed insurers. 

Reports of all Hres ocrurrinK in the pruvini 
are filed In the " 
Inquiry into suspi 
conditions likily t 

'^ ■ ' en to inspect 



e and statistics compiled, 
s fires and invrsliiraiion of 
use lire are also conducted. 



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H. O. Cairett, Superintendent. 

THE BRITISH COLUMBIA rROHIBITIOX ACT 
The British Columbia Prohibition Act came 
into force on the 1st of llctober, IfllT: amend- 
mints were pnssod on 23rd April, 191H. and 
■2Mh March, l»ig. 

The Act was passed, as stated in the preamble 
• to Buprfss the liquiir traffic in Britsh Columbia 
by prohibitinL- provincial tran<artions in liquor " 
It is adminiMered by an oBicer known as the 
Prohibition Commissioner, appointed by the 
Lieutenant-Governor in Council. 

•Liquor" is defined as Includintt 'all fer- 
mented spirituous and mail liquors nnd all com- 
binalions ther.^of. nnd all liquids which are in- 
toxicatinc nnd any liquid which contains more 
than two and onehnlf per cent, of proof spirits." 
Vendors, "who shall keep for sale such liquors 
as are requred for medicinal. mnnufacturinL-. nie- 
chnnieal. seientiflr and aacramentiil purj.oses 
are appointed by the Lieulenanl-Uovernor 



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Lieut. -Col. J, Sclaler. 



PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.MMISSION 
The Public Utilities Act. 1919. provides for the 
appointment of one person as a Public Utili»-^^ 
Commissioner. The Act provides that it shall'l,; 
the duty of any public utility company to fur- 
nish adequate service, to furnish service without 
discrimination or delav. to obev orders of -hi- 



.lie Utilities Coil 
to rates and sen 
prohibited, cha 



npose 






reduced rates or rebates 
of rates and establish- 
ment of new rates must be approvcU by the 
Commission, must secure approval by Commis- 
sioner of issce of securities, opposes restriction? 
as to capitalization of franchises, a.s to disposal 
of assets or merger with any other public utilitv 
companies, amalgamation subject to approval o"t 
Commission, restricts as to sale of shares to 
other corporations. Additional conditions are 
imposed on telesraph. telephone or transmission 
lines in respect of richts of municipalities 
general supervision of which is vested in the 
Commission. The Commissioner shall hold office 
during good l>phavior for a period of ten years, 
salary to be fixed by Lieutenant-Governor iii 
Council. Commission has cert.iin powers to van 
existing orders of Minister of R.iilwavs. and maV 
have jurisdiction extending to performance of all 
duties and exercise of all powers under »nv Act 
of Legislature imposed on or vested in the'Com- 
mission, may issue mandatory and restraining 
orders, is vested with certain powers of the 
Supreme Court, and has jurisdiction as to re- 
ceivers and may grant extensions of lime. Find- 
orders by taking possession of and mana;:ing the 
business of a public utility company. Appeals 
may lie to the Court of Appeal on questions 
which are not questions of jurisdiction or of 

leave to appeal: defines offences and imposes 
p.nalties. The Commissioner mav make regula- 
tions providing tarilT of fees in respi-ct of anv 
matter wilhin the jurisdiction of the Commission. 
Commissioner — J. L. BeUllack. 
Court House. Vancouver 

WORKMEN S CO.MPEXSATION HOARD 
Hoard of Trade Building. Vancouver 



Conimissioner. 
Commissioner . 
Sicrctary. . . . 



..E S. H. Winn 

H B. Oilmour 

Parker Williams 

.F W. Hinsdale 



The "Workmen's Coiii|iiiisaliim .\ct." 
which bec.nine fffoctive Jaiuiary l.sl, HUT, 
jiliplio.s to all iiidtistrial cm|«li)yiiu-nt cxci |>t 
f.irtti liiliorirs and iliiiiicstic .•scrv.int.s. 

Tlic .Act i.s administorrd by tlirce com- 
pcli-nt Coiiiniissionors, and tin- iliii-f fenttircs 
of the Board's work niav be- siiniinarizod as 
follows:— 

(1.) It abolishes eotnplet.ly tin- whole 
system of lillcJitioM arisin;: out of iiuliislri.il 
accidents. 

by every workman iiijiired in industry, 
atitoinatieally, after the first three days, 
becomes entitled to -,r> ]ier cent, of his 
waL'es lost on account of .iceident. 

(.t.) It provides for mediial, siir-ieal, 
hosjiital treatment, nu^sin^' , tm-diciiie. 



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crutches, api)arafu.s, and artificial mem- 
bers for injured workmen. 

(+.) It improves the relations between tlie 
employer and his eiiiplovees \<y reason of its 
operations, taking the settlement of dis- 
putes out of the realm of private con- 
troversy, the employer and his employee 
now havinjr a common interest in seeing 
that those enlilled to compensation receive 
the amount due them. 

(5.) It j)romotes the prevention of ac- 
cidents by removing all incentive to conceal 
the cause, and thereby making possible an 
open and frank investigation as to the real 
reason of tlie happening of the accident, 
whereby a recurrence of a similar accident 
may be prevented. By removing all causes 
of anxiety as to wiio is to blame a forward 
step is taken in the work of accident- 
prevention. 

(6.) It provides methods for accident- 
prevention measures and also permits of the 
passing of regulations for the install.ifion 
of safeguards. 

(7.) It provides for the payment of 
stated regul.ir sums to widows and cliildren 
of .the victims of industry instead of pay- 
ment of a lump sum by way of damages, 
thereby assuring to the dependents a con- 
tinued assistance towards tlieir support, and 
thus preventing tlie probability of their be- 
coming dependent \ipoM public or private 
charily. 

(8.) It avoids great economic loss in- 
volved in m.iklng ]i.iynient to injured work- 
men through liability Insunineo companies, 
whose expenses absorb the major portion 
of the employer's money, such portion being 
waste so far as the employer and injurc<l 
workmen are concerned. 

Under this .\ct the sums paid by the em- 
ployers to the Hoard l> u.sed directly tor the 
purpose for which it is 'intended- namely, 
payment of cuiuiMiis.ition to llie injured 
«orkiiu-n. No third parlies wliiitev.r are 



permitted to make a profit out of tlie misery 
and distress of workmen manned or crip- 
pled in industry. 

Up to June 1st, 1910, over +3,000 accidents 
have been reported, upon which has been 
paid in compensation alone the-sum of over 
.?1,300,000. Claims are adjusted on an aver- 
age of from five to seven days after the 
reports are received from all parties 
affected. 

There has been set aside, by way of re- 
serve, moneys to jiay pensions for widows 
and dependents of deceased workmen, as 
well as for maimed and injured workmen 
in accidents that have happened, over 
.•?1,000,000, .so tJiat the part of compensation 
and the so created reserve to date amount 
to over .?2,«)0,000. All of these moneys, 
save administration cost of less than 5 per 
cent., reach the injured workmen. In order 
that the reserve so set aside should earn 
more than bank interest, the .Vet requires 
the Board to invest it, with the result that 
so far the reserves have earned over 6 per 
cent, interest. Pensions amounting to about 
.910,0(10 )ier month are now being paid to 
over .500 widows and children of deceased 
workmen and to those who liavc suffered 
serious and |M-rmanent imjiairment of earn- 
ing power. 

There has been ]>aid out for medical and 
surgical treatment, hospital treatment, nur- 
sing, etc., over .?4.'iO,000. .\ workman here- 
under is entitled to and receives the best 
possible attention. 

Employers iind workmen generally are 
henrlily ci>-o])erating wilii the Ho.ird iu 
comjilying with its safely regulations, the 
enforeeiiienl of wliieh have shown a gratify- 
ing decrease in the number of aceidenl.s. 
which in the past were mainly due to defec- 
tive or uniruarded machinery. 

All eonimunicalions should be addressed 
to the Workmen's Comiuiis.ition Hoard. 
n.Mrd of Trade Ilnil.lii.i:. Vancouver. 



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DEPAKTMENT OF LANDS 



Department of Lands. 

MinistiT of Land;; Hon. T. T> Pa'.tullo Grazinq. 

Depu7/'MLi'rter'".''^!'.^'.\\''.'.'.Gr\/^>;rdcn ^'"^" ^^^ Grazin? Act passed in 1919, 

Assisiant to Duputy Minister ....C. B. Peterson a Grazing Commissioner was ap[)ointed un- 

sln'eJln'i'e^entof'LandJ'.' .'.'.'.■.'.'... H. Cathcan <J" the Minister of Lands, to administrate 

Superintendent B.C. Soldier Settlement— ^^^^ the Grazing recrulations framed to .secure 

SurverorGeneral •. J. E. Umhach co-opcrative control and nianafrement of the 

Chief GeoL-raphor G^ G. Aitken ranires. and improve the live-stock industry 

Chief Drauglit.<inian F. O. Morns ... ^ . 

Comptroller of Water RlL-hts ....E..V Cleveland "" ''^""<>- economic lines. Grazinsr areas 

Assistant to Comptroller of Water Riciits — have been divided into districts, and the 

Chairman of Board of Investigation— "'"^ ranire divided and allotted, stock associa- 

J. F. Armstrong tions bein;: orpanized to co-<ipcrate with 

''TiM^la 'En1i:le*;?Te7own;" ■.-.•'•. F.w.'S^oves ^^^ Department in range mat,a,^e,nent and 

DMri.n Engineer. Kamloop.s . . . C. Varooe improvement. Range is allotted on a per- 

District tfngineer! Cranl>rook . . . .H. B. Hicks "I't system based on a per capita basis of 

District Engineer. P-tieton^-^ y,„;„,,„„ *he numbers and cla.^ses of stock ranged. 

Chief Forester M. A. Grainger '^"e provision being made to protect the 

Assistant Chief Forester. . • • ■ -H R Christie established stock-groxver, settlers and others. 

Grazing Commissioner T. I*. McKenzie '^ 

Lnmber Trade Commissioner. .. .W. Tnrnbiill and protect permittees in use of tlie ranse. 

S«pVrviso^r"r.i"«leyr\Tn"Vver.A''L''^I^ f'" ^''"»^= i^ Vro.'clcd for small settlers 

District Forester, I'ritire Rupert. E.C. Manning up to ten head of stock. 

District Forester. Vernon G. P. Melrose ir„ ,i • r >• , , . , 

District Forester, rrnnt.ri.ok N. Moore rurther information may be obtained 

District Forester. Kamlonps. .. P Sharkey from the Grazine Commissioner. Denart- 

District Forester. Fort George.. P. S. Bonney , , '^ . . >|...i 

District Forester, .Nelson E. B Prowd ment of Lands. Victoria, B.C. 

The Province of British Columbia has a ~, ,i' .'•"'■"''/\1'"'^"L"' 

X . , ^ ,.,,«.„„, .. , ... The duties of this office are iroverned 

total area of 2.38,480,600 acre;, of w h eh u.. ,u • • ^ .l , . . . 

„„_„„,-„, , ,. A e tu ^> ""^ provisions of the Land Act and 

3.3,i22.3.0 has been disposed of as follows: ■ „,, , ,, , „ ^ , , 

' include the supervision of all Crown Lands 

,.,'.^""!.. 'ii'rveys ns well as surveys in general 

Crown granted l.V.2...>. , „,r„ud,out the Province. 

In process of alienation 2.0S2.082 ., ' ,.,,,. , , 

T,, ,.,^.. ^..... „ Mn|>s of the Province, and of various sec- 

Transferred to Dominion Goxt. . 14.T7.-,,ri80 .j,,^'^^^ ^^^ ,,^. „_. s„,^.„„^.<,^.„. 

Raihvay grants ..:... WU ^^„,^ ^nice; these include Electoral Dis- 

Ihis leave., 2.H.,1,.2.0 acres, the li le of .^cLs. " Mining. Land Re.is.rv. F.and Re- 

wlucli IS ,it the Crown, made ui> ns fo lows: „ v n . . st .' ■ 

' cording. Pre-eiiiptors' .Ma[)S showing vacant 

- '^'■'■''- land. etc. etc., and are supplied at a nomiii.il 

Timber le.ises and lioeiiscs 8.1•-).^,l^•l ,.l,„rge. 

Co.il l,M>e. .-md licen-es T.'0,.-,oj j ^ UMB.\ni, 

(>.mMg a:ul other lea>es :?7,0U Survevor-Cneral. 

lic-M-rves: 

Iruli.iii 7]2.'>T1 r II,. f • . 

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I irk niO.Klii T, 1- . • . >'■,..,., 

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



of B. C. 1871, papre 521. The Public Xotice. 
referred to in this Schedule is in the B. C. 
Gazette, 1870, page 3. 

Vancouver. This District was defined in 
B. C. Gazette. 12th Aiifrusf. 1892. pape 839. 

Yale DLilrirt was established 17th Octo- 
ber, 1893. See Gazette lSn.3, pa-e 788. 

Kootertay was established 17th January 
1901. See Gazette 1901, pape 1+1. 

Prince Rupert. This District was estab- 



lished 19th January, 1909. See Gazette 
1909, page 1157. 

Foreat and Timber 

WatiT-borne shipments fl B.M.. 105.111.090 

Timber Cut 1.240.614,560 

E-limiite"l value $ 70.285 094 

Loss Mealed ft. B.M 1.758,329 995 

I'ul|. and Paper: 

.•Sulphite Pulp, tons 80.047 

.■^ulphnte Pulp, tons 9.473 

Groundwood Pulp, tuns 99.769 

Newsprint, tons 123.607 

Wrapping, tons 7.202 

R»venue $2,504,474.16 



Department of Finance. 



Minister of Finance Hon. John Hart 

Deputy .Minister \V. J. Ccprl 

Coniplroller-O.neral .\ .\. Mnoat 

Inspector of Revenue E. D Johnson 

Surveyor of Taxes E. E. Leeson 

Assistant .Surveyor Vincent C. Martin 

Inspector of Trust Companiet and Succession 

and Probate Clerk A. C Campbell 

Private Secretary Robt. J. Hartley 

.Assistant Coni|.troller-General . . . H. .N. \Vrii;hl 
PurcliasinE Agent James Pate 



Andilo 
Audiin 



of Ko 






.H. X. Ho 



• rd 



Collectnr, Victoria Dist 
Assessor. Vancouver Disl 
Collector Vancouv-r Pi 
Clerk in Charce Uureau 



.McNeill 
.1. .Sehl 



OOVERXMEXT AGENTS 
Albernl Arthur G Fr 



. " ■ 


Harry Andrew 


A.hcroft 

5f^?on::;;:;;;;:: 

Cranbrook 


J. a AKs.n.l.-r 

J. A Frajer 

Oeoree Milburn 

S. A Wallinc. r 


Dancan 


...J. Maitland-McDounall 

Junes R. Kn.wn 

K Hewal 


Fort Georg* 

Golden ..: 

Grand Forkt 

Green.o5d 

Karoloops 


T \V. Heme 

John nul.nan 

S. K. Almond 

W. R. Pewdney 


Kaslo .'. 

Nanaimo 

Nelson. 


R. J. .Sten.on 

Stanley McB Smith 

John Cartmel 

V Ci Cnmi.I.ell 


Nicola 

150-mile House 

Prince Rupert 

Princeton 

Quesnel 


..........f. A Murchi.o" 

R. .M McCusty 

J. H McM.illin 

Hush Hunter 

E. C I.u.,n 


Knssland ... 


H R TownMnil 


Smithers 

Telepriph Creek . . . 
Vancouver 


S H. Ho.kins 

H. W Dodd 

J M.honey 



rnoVlNCIAI. ASSKSSORS AND COLI,ECTt>R.>^ 
Alt-erni Arthur .1 Freen 



J Maltland-McDo 



Fort Steele N. A WallinRer. Cranbrook 

Galiano Island .... Jo^eph Page. Galiano Island 

Golden (Jro. K. Sanborn. Golden 

Kamloops L. Sadlier Brown. Kamloni.s 

Kettle Kiver J. R. Drown (aclc.) Fairview 

Lilloo.t John Dunlop. Lilloort 

.Mayne Island ... C. J. McDonald. .Mnyne Island 

Nanaimo Alex. Forrester'. Nanaimo 

XelNon Ed. Feriruson. Nelson 

.New Westminster.. J. W. Creirhton. New West. 

Xi'-nla J. A. .Murchison. Nicola 

Oinineca Herbert Welch, .^Jmithv-rs 

I-.nd. r Nland T. W. Fry. Pender I.sland 

Prince Rupert C. W. Homer. Prince Rupert 

Princeton Hnch Hunter, Princeton 

Qu.snvl Fork. .. R M. McGusty. U.Omile Hou.se 

ReveMoke John A. Stewart. Rovclslnke 

R^^land H R. Townsend. Rossland 

.Salt Sprins I.l...Edw. Waller. G.inc.s Harbour 

SInc»n Alfred Mcgueen. Ka^lo 

Teleeraph Creek. . H W Dodd. Telecrnph Creek 

Vernon H. F. Wilmot. Golden 

AGEXTGEXERAL FOR BRITISH COLIMBIA 
n. C House, 1 and 2 Recent .St.. London, Enp 

Acent'General F. C. Wade 

.Secretary Wm. A. Blair 

The Depiirtmrnt of Finance, as the name 
indicates, li.as control of all the province's 
financial transnclions, the levying and col- 
Irction of l.ixrs, and the making of all 
dishiir.srincnl.s. The gnirral faxes collected 
through the agency of the .several iissessors 
and collectors tlirl>iighiml the jirovincc .ire 
paid into the frr.i.sury. and all receipts 
from licence and other fees and royalties 
ci>llected bv other departments arc- also 
dealt with liv this department. 

The Deptiiy MImIsI.t has. under the Min- 
ister. coni|ilete supervision of all liranelies of 
the Department aiul of the outside agencies. 
The Inspector of Revenue acts as his assist- 
.int and ji.iys particular attention to revenue 
matters. 

Sun-eiior of Taxes 

Tlie Surveyor of T.nxcs is in chart'C of the 
assessors niul eollri-tiirs in the thirty assess- 
ment districts into which the iiroviiiee is at 
pre-ent divided. 11.- h.is gener.il oversJL'ht 
of the calhction of all taxes. This br.iiieh 

r>f Ihe (hparl ill h.is been reorL'.inized 

wilh .-I view to a more thor(Mii;h and eoin- 
ph-le assessiiK'nt of all tax.ilile properlirs, 
and collcvli(ni of all taxes and .irrears from 



DEPARTMKNT OF AGUICLI.TUUE 



Comptrolhr-nfufrnl 
The Controlliiif: and Audit brancli of the 
department has been reorfranized I>y the 
jjrt.sent minister and is now i-xeeptionally 
stronp. At the head of the branch is the 
ComptrolIfr-GciRTal, an officer of the 
Legislative Assembly, and responsible to it 
alone. The jrencral duties of the Comp- 
troller-General include the exercise of pen.- 
eral supervision over all matters relating 
to this branch of the service; responsibility 
for the ))roper audit of all recounts, both 
at Victoria and, through the medium oi 
travelling auditors in all the Uovernment 
agencies throughout the ]irovince; and L'en- 
cral direction of the keeping of the accounts 
of the province. These accounts have to 
be kept by double entry and in such man- 
ner that there shall be shown at all times 
the standing of legislative a|>propriations 
and of all other uccounls, and the precise 
condition of the jirovim-c. By the adoption 
of the prc-audit system, llic Comptroller- 
General has to be satisfied ns to evrry pro- 
posed payment before the payment is ni.idc, 
thus securing a real rontrol over the expen- 
diture of public moneys. Under the Comp- 
troller-General, in this connerticm, is an 
Auditor of Disbursements. For the purpose 
j of exercising an audit ovi-r the collection of 

revenue, and further ensuring that ollic- 
tions are fully made, there i< under the 
Comptroller-Oenrral .in Amlil.ir of U.-M-nue. 



Purchasing .1 flint 

The third division of this branch is that 
of the Pureliasing .Agent. Through this 
oHieial all purchases, of whatever kind, 
which may be re(|uired for public service, 
are made, and under his control"is all mov- 
able property of the i)rovince. It is an- 
ticipated that a very large savin? will be 
effected through the creation of this division 
of the Controlling and Audit branch. 
Duplication of plant and materials will be 
avoided; plant and machinery lying idle at 
any point can be moved to where they will 
be of service, and all old or surplus prop- 
erty will l>c sold instead of beinir allowed 
to deteriorate and become a source of loss. 
InsperloT of Trujit Com/inniV.* 

Inspit-lion of trust companies is within 
the jurisdiction of the .Minister of Finance. 
The Inspector of Trust Companies is in 
charge of tlie collection of proliate and suc- 
cession duties, a large and important .source 
of revenue. 

Tlie collection of the amusement fax i> 
made under the supervision of the Minister 
of Finance. 

nUREAl- OF PUOVINCIAK 

INFORMATION 

llppt. of Fin«nc». H. \V. H»rt. Tlrrk in Ch»rg<. 

The following literature is available for 
distribution: British Columbia Il.indbook 
No. I, .\gricullurc of British Columbia No. 
s. Game of British Columbia No !», .\nnual 
Department Reports. Lands, Mines. Acri- 
culture, FiNlierics, Forestry, Water Rights, 
lli-alth and Education. 



Department of Agriculture. 



Minister o( Agriculture Hon F. D Ilnrrow 

Drputy Minlsl.r. ..Ur. D Warnock. \ .S . O B.E. 

S»cr»t»rjr (o D«|>artmrnt W, J. lluimvid 

St»tl,lici»n O. H. .Sirwarl 

Affountnnt W. T, Andrrvr* 

Liv,. Stock Coinmi«.ion«'r W, T. McDon.iId 

Hairy CoiniiiisMnn.r Henry Rlxe 

A«»t. l)»iry IiiMfurtor T. A. K. W in«cko 

I'rovincinl ll.>riii'ulluri>t. and Inipector of 

f'n.it f.s'. V.ciinl 

Di.irici H..riir„lturi»l»..K W. White and 

\V. H. Kol„.rl!.on 

rhirt Vot.-rinnry In.poclor Dr. A. Knight 

A«»(. Soil .iiid Crop Inapertor Varnnt 

Silo I)in>un«lrnlor R. .1 Krrri» 

I'rov. I'onliry In.lmrlor J. R. Terry 

OiKciili other than in Virtorin 
ln>|M-i'l«r of Imported Fniit and Nnrsrry 

«li'<k W. II. l.ylu-. Vunc.uver 

nni.i l'iiih..l,.i:i«l ... J. \V i:.-»«Miani. V„n<-..uv.-r 
• '•'.■i>i .Mnrkif, I'l.iiunr. . .U. <" Alilioll, Vanniiiver 

rr.airi,. Mark, I. Coininr T, A. r.rnni. CaK-ary 

l>.Mn,l \.-ri,-.,l<„ri,t (V (.'. ll.iv. Kiiiul.M.p!, 

\.^1 A..-r„„l,„ri.t K. tr l|„„i. S,.|k.,« 



H. K. fi 



kVi'st. 



nitiTKIlT 1-IKI.I) I.NSl'KOTOUS 
' C. II T«it> 



AORICULTLRAL ASSOCIATIONS 

The following as^oriationit are WMrkin; in 

co-operation with the Ueparlntent of .Xtrrirultur,-. 

Br I).iirym.-n« A<«n II. Uive, .-Sec. Victnrik 

H.C. Slockl.reeder't A»»n...\V. .Mcl>on.ild. !*ec., 

Victoria 
BC Fruit Growers' Aj»n...W. Middlrtun. Sec. 

B.C. Oovt. Breeder*' Assn O. Pilm-r, s',c . 

Vi.'uria 
B C. ll.-.-Keeper»' As.in., (Kramer Vail, v i 

\V II Turnlmll .Sullivan .«in 

nr ll.e Keeper!.' A».»n. (Koot.iiay) 



-^ ,n 



DEPAUT.MENT OF AGllICLLTLltE 



LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD 

Inspectors: Lt-Col. R p. Davi,s. Col. i 

Latta. J. A. Macdonald (Xanainio). I). T 

1-0 (Telkwa), C. R. Ward (Cranbrook). 

Head Office. Government and Sjuperio 



The following is a brief outline of the 
activities and policy of the Provincial Land 
Settlement Board of BritiOi Colurnliia. 
operating under authority of the "Land 
Settlement and Dcvclnpincnt Act", 1917. 
chapter 37, and Amendments thereto, and 
under the direction of the Minister of Agri- 
culture. 



owners. A large jirojiorlion of these 18,000 
acres is in the newer settlement areas, which 
have not yet been declared open for allot- 
ment. This will be done in the near future. 
L'p to the present no improvement or de- 
velopment has been carried out fn the settle- 
ment areas, but it is expected that one or 
two of them may have to be turned into 
development areas in order that a certain 
l>roportion of the land may be cleared and 
other improvements made before being sold 
to settlers. Returned soldiers being given 
the preference in every case. 



i:a 



the 



Jjanti Sflllfment Arras 
The Department dealing with the Land 
Settlement .Areas, operate-, to put into effect 
Section 15, A to H, of the "Land Seltlcment 
and I)eveloi>nient Act", whereby the Ilo.ird 
is authorized to establish Settlement .\reas. 
appraise and ]iurchase (eomptiNorily or 
otherwise) lands within said Areas and to 
re-convey same to bona fule settlers ,it a 
fair valuation, thereby populating each \ri-a 
with farmers and inerensing nirrieiiltnral 
production by bringing under cultivation 
hitherto unoccupied lands held by Jibsentce 
owners or Land Speculators. 
t>etlleni.'nt areas esinhlishi'd i<> date Seven 



Acrei 
Acrei 
Acrer 



a|.pr..„e 
ar<|Hirea 
allotted 



101,911 



nd re 



(principally retnrned soldiers) 68 

Acreage available for settlement at this 
date in the various Areas is about l.S.OOO 
acres, to which is daily being atlded lands 
thai are lu-iiiir neiiiiircd from absenlci- 



The noard plans to carry on the work of 
appraising, valuing and acquiring large 
tracts throiiirbiiut Central British Colimibia 
during the coming summer in order to have 
as much n<'w land as possible available for 
settlement. 

Lnnd Dntloiniiinl .-/rcnir 
Operating particularly under Section +J 
of the "Land Selllemrnt and nevclopment 
.Vet" for the ]>iiri>ose of reclaiming and mak- 
ing fit for agricultural purposes, logged off 
or other lands at |>resent unfit for eulti\a- 
tion, and at the same time, assist in the 
rehabilitation of the retiiriu-<l soldiers. 

Areas in portions of .Southern British 
Columbia have been eslal)lishcd where work 
is now priK-eeding and where returned men 
are at work on the various phases of de- 
velopment, surveying, land clearing, road 
making, house building, well digging, 
ploughing, draining, etc. 



DEPAUTMENT OF AGRICULTUl 



,-■? 



DEPARTMENT 



OF AGIUCULTURE 




Nnmber of »rf »« MUbIi»h»d 'oar 

AereaKc parcha.ed in .rr.» 22.000 mcr« 

Namber of returned nn-n »mployfd 8^0 

Estim.itcd number of farms: 
At MiTvlllr Area No I. SO to 100 ac i-arh . . 120 
At Cri-»lon Ar.-a No. 2. 20 to 40 at. »«fh. 250 
At K»lo«na Ar.a No. 3. 10 lo 30 »r. rarh. . 24 
At Fernie Area No 4. 40 lo 60 ac rarh . . 25 
Eslimalcd Icnpth of time required to com- 
plete— 2 years. 

The general policy povcrninp above opera- 
tions is that cost nf drvclopinrnt is chnrfrrd 
up to the land, only returned s.ililicrs arc 
employed, the basic wnce is .*V.0<» a day. 
minus board. Temporary housing is pro- 
vided for married men and their families. 
Stores are operated for the accommotlation 
of employees, and when areas are developed 



to the point where they become fit for apri- 
cultural purposes the Board's em]>loyees, 
if they are qualified as farmers are pivcn 
the first chance on the allotment of farms. 
A very strict Cost System is installed by 
tlie Board in order to chcik up all costs 
and accounts in conm-ction witii fhe.se under- 
takinirs. report on and compare such costs 
>o as to arrive at the most economical 
methiMls of operation and development, and 
to arrive at the exact cost of individual 
farms. 

.\ Purchasinp Department is opcr.itcd 
within the Board for the purpose of pur- 
chasing all equipment and sui>plies. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTL'UE 



^Igr 



il Credit 



Loans are being made to farmers for the 
purpose of promntinir afrricultural produc- 
tion under Section I'i to 40 of the "Land 
Settlement and Development Act". These 
loans are advanced for acquiring and im- 
proving land, erectinp liuildinfTS, purchasing 
live stock, machinery, etc., discharging lia- 
bilities incurred for such purposes and for 
other similar uses which may be approved 
by the Board. The loan is not to exceed 
sixty per cent, of the value of the land of- 
fered as security. It is not to be less than 
S250.00 nor more than JiKI.OOn.OO to any one 
borrower. The present rate of interest is 
seven and one half jier cent, per annum. 
(See pamphlet Ix)3n Department.) 

Cattle Clubs 
In order to encourage farmers in outlying 
and sparsely settled districts in the purchase 
of good grade cattle, cattle clubs are formed 
to have a minimum memliership of six, and 
money is furnished by the Board for the 
purchase of stock, payment of freight, and 
other expenses. Usually the Live Stock 



Commissioner or other reliahle buyer is dele- 
gated by the Board to assist in the purchase 
of these cattle. Moneys advanced by the 
Board are secured by Joint and several 
Lien Notes. Terms of repayment consist 
of fifteen per cent, cash, balance payable in 
one and two years at seven and one half 
per cent, per annum, each note to be en- 
dorsed by six members of the club of recog- 
nized standing. 

Keclamation 
Tlic Board acts as Dyking Commissioners 
for the Sumas Dyking District, the Nicomen 
Island Dyking District and Cameron Lake 
Drainage System, under Sections Wl and W 
of the "Land Settlement and Development 
Act". The Hoard is undertaking the dyking 
of Sumas Prairie and draining Sumas Lake, 
which will reclaim for agricultural puri>oses 
70,000 acres now practically under water, 
besides an additional 18,000 acres which will 
be made safe from Fraser Valley fliKids. 
Pl.ins and estimates are ]>riared for this 
work and tenders being called for. Cost is 
estimated at a million and a half, length of 
time for completion, three years. 



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DEPARTMEXT OF MIXES 



Department of Mines. ^^^^333 



Minister of Mines Hon. Wm. Sloan 

Deputy Minister R. F. Tolmie 

Private Secretary Robt. Dunn 

Mineralogist and Assayer. .Wm. Fleet Robertson 
Prov. Analyst and Asst. Assayer, D. E. Whittaker 

Chief Inspector of Mines Geo. Wilkinson 

District Inspector. Nanaimo Henry Devlin 

District In.<;pector. Xanaimo T. R. Jackson 

District Inspector. Fernie Robert Strachan 



District Inspector, Fernie Wm.-Lancasler 

District Inspector, Nl-Isou James McGregor 

District Inspector, Prince Rupert.. T. J. Shenton 
Temporary Inspector. Nelson... H. H. Johnstone 

Resident Engineer, Jiszelton (Vacant) 

Resident Engineer. Nanaimo W. M. Brewer 

Resident Engineer, Prince Rupert, G. 'A. Clothier 
Resident Engineer, Grand Forks. P. B. Freeland 

Resident Engineer. Revelstoke A. G. l.aneley 

Resident Engineer. Kamloops. .. .R. \V. Thomson 



GOLD COMMI.SSIONERS AND .MINING RECORDERS 



Mining Dlrt3lf,n3 


Location of once 


Gold Commiisloncr 


Mining Recorder 


Sub-Ri-cordcr 


Atlin 


Tcltgraph Creek. 
Haines (Alaska). 

Telegraph Creek. 

Boundary 

Telegraph Creek. 

M°cDame 'Creek '. '. 

Prince Rupert . .. 
Alice Arm 


J. A. Fraser 


W. G. Paiton 




Stikine 

Sub-office 

Liard 

Sub-office 

Skeena 


H. W. Dodd 

ii.'w; Dodd;;;;;;; 

J. H. McMullin 


(Com. tor taking 

H. W. Dod^d""^"'.'^! 

C. A. Tervo 

H. W. Dodd 

J. H. McMullin 


Risdon M. Odell 

Chas. H. Smith 
Mike Larsen 

Telka Carney 
Wm. Allen 
P. R. Skinner 
T. J. Kirkpatrick 












Copper Citr 








N«rRiv*er""*" 


d Canal )".'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 


H.Andrew.'.'.'.;;;;; 

p. S. Jack.^ 

J. H. McMullin.'... 


Portland Ctnal. . 
Bella Coola 


Stewart 

Prince Rupert . .. 


J. H. McMuilin 

(at Prince Rupert) 
J.H, McMullin .... 


Brynild Brynildsen 
John A. Pauline 

Isaac Thompson 
R. P. Ponder 
William Morgan 

Wm. Fox 

Alex. C. Murray 

W. B. Steele 

T. J. Thorp 

F. W. Beatton 

P. R. Skinner 

T. J. Kirkpatrick 

L. B. Warner 

J. S. Alexander 

Henry Siege 

T. H. McCubbin 

S. Cline 

R. C. Maedonald 










Queen Charlotte. 


Queen Charlotte. 
Jedway 


J. H. McMullin... 
(at Prince Rupert) 


John L. Barge 




Masset 

Lockcport 






Omineca 

Sub-offlce.- 


Smithers 

Fort Graham . . . 
Fort St. James . . 
Manson Creek 


Stephen H. Hoskins. 


Jas. E. Kirby 




Telkwa 








Copper Cily . . . . 

New Haiclton ;; 
Fort Fra..ier .... 
Junction Finlay « 
Pacific 


ndParanipRiVe'r.;; 






Ilareltnn 








Burns Lake 

Houston 






I'eaco River';;; 
Sub-office 


r»k 

Fort St. John . . . 
Poucc Coupe . . . 
Hudson Hope 


's;'H;ii«kini;;;;;; 


F. w.'BMtton;;;;;; 


Jas. L. Bethurem 

G. J. Duncan 
John Gregg 


Cariboo 


Barker\ille 

Quesnel 


L A Dodd 




Sub-office 






F. C. I.nnn 
T. W. Heme 
H. J. McDougall 

F C Lunn 


Quefnel 

Sub-office 


McBride 

ISO-Mile Uouae . 
Quetnel 


L. A. Dodd 

(at Barkerville) 


R. M. McOualy... 




Quejnel Forks . . 
Uarkervillo 






Grant Grinder 


Clinton 


Clinton 

I.illooet 

Kamlo..).. 








lillooet 

Kamloop, 


John Dunlop 

E. Fi.ihor 


John Dunlop 

L. S. Brown 






Vavenby 






Hyde Finley 




Albaa . . 






*»bCT0ft 

Sub office 


Ashrrofl 

Lytl-n 


E. Fiahcr (at Kam.) 


H P. Christie 


Thos. Somerville 



Xi'.t^i 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



GOLD COMMISt-IOXERS AND MIXING RECORDERS (Cont'd.) 



Minim Divisions 


L..c-.illon of Offlce 


Gold Comtnlsiioncr ; Minine Recorder 


Sub-Rocorder 


Nicola 


M.-iritt 


E. Fishor (at Kami J. A. Murchison ... 




Sirailkameen ... 
Sub-office 


Princeton 

Hfdley 


Hugh Hunter ..... 


Hugh Hunter 


T. H. Rotheram 


Vernon 


Vernon 


L. Norris 


H. F. Wilmot 




Greenwood 

Sub-office 


Greenwood 

Vernon 

Rock Creek 

Beaverdell 


W. R. Dewdney.... 


W. R. Dewdney .... 


E. F. Ketchum 


Grand Forks . . . 


Grind Forks . . . 


S. R. Almond 


S. R. Almond .... 




Osoyoos 


Fnirvicw 

Oliilla 


J. K. Brown 


R. D. Tweedie .... 


R. W. Norlhey 
T. M. Rotheram 


.. 


Hiuley 






Golden 


Golden 

Wilmer 


(Vacantl 






Windermere 




E. M. Sandilanda .. 




Fort Steele 

Sub-office 


Crunbrook 

Fori Steele 

Feinie 


N. S. A. Wallinger . . 


H. S. Clark 


Joseph Wal.<ih 
Ronald Hewat 


Ainsworth 


Kasin 


R. J. Stenson A. McQueen 


A W. Anderson 




Tri.nl Lake 












Thos. W. Lytle 




r^oar" . ".:: 






Slocan 

Suboffice .... 

Slocan City 

Truul Lake .... 


NewD-nver.... 

Sui.don 

Slocan 

Trout Lake .... 


R. J. Stenson 

(at Kal.o) 

R. J. Stenson 

R. J. Stenson .... 


Angus Mclnnea .... 

ThVs.'McXeiih'.::. 
Oscar Jacobson . . . . 


W. J. Parham 


Kelson 

Sub-ofHcc 


N(hon 


Edw. Porguson (act) 


S. S. Jarvi. 


R I imonl 










Will. Dowiini; 








Sheei. Creek ... 1 


Geo. Leece 


'sob-offlco :::: 


^J^n^r;;:;::: 


John Carlmel 

(at Nelson) 


Walter Scott 


H F Wilmot 


Rivelstoke 






J. Lee 




Lardcau 


B.aton 


'• {»l Revelstoke) 


Francia L Fra.er . . . 




Trail Creek 


Koyfland 


H. R. Townsend . . . . 


H. R. Townsend . . . 




Kn.aiino 


l.rd) smith' .'.'.'.'. 
.Mm Hny .. 


S. McB. Smith .... 
! i i 1 i ] ] ..', 


S. McB. Smith 




Sub-office 


John Stewart 
Ernest H Robinson 




Vannndn 

gu,.ihi,.»ki Cove. 
(.rnt.ito Hav 






Leonard Raper 
S Marshall 









, Henry Twidle 




C.,,.;,ell Kiv^r . 






Alborni 

ClllVOIlUOt 

QualMno 


A. 0. Freeze 

(at Alberni) 


A. G. rreeio 

W. T. Dawley ... 
E. Evenson 


1 


Victoria 


victoria 


Herbert Stanton . . . 


Herbert Sianton .. 


1 


Stv WoMniinslvr 
Sub-office .... 

Vfrcouver .::" 


X.w WeMminsi,.r 
llnrrivcn l.nVe . 
ri,illi«ni-k .. . 

\i'...r.Miv.r .... 


F. C. Cam|<bell .. 

John' Maliony' . ' ' 


I. Winlemutc 


' L A. Agaasij 
J IVIly 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



Mineral Production for 1919. 



The following tabic show^ the quantities 
and value of the several mineraU produced 
in the year 1918, and the estimated produc- 
tion in 191P. It may here be explained that 
the prices uMtl in calculating the estimated 



value for 191!) of silver, lead, copper, and 
zinc are the averasre prices for the year, as 
published in The Ennineerinn ami 'Mining 
Journal. New York, less a deduction of 5 per 
cent, off silver, 10 per cent, off lead, and 13 
per cent, off zinc. 









1 


ProducU 


n. 191S. 


EsUmated l*roJii. 


tlon. 1919 


• 




Quanutj. 


V.Iue. 


""""■'" 


Vjltie. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 








fi\ 


i<;.oo« 


S 32(1.(1.M 
3.403.S12 


14.32.'; 
141. 7«9 


$ 2.'iS.r.o« 

S.930.3ia 




t 33,500 


Cold. l...le . - , 










r II 


1 3.-23.SIS 
J.SIS.S-O 

!.9:«.i..: 

13.U3.4I9 
:.S99.04ll 


t 3.21«.S£S 

3.S71.(W3 
l.6.-«i.l21 
«.<i31.20.'. 
2.-17.S03 


50<;.947 


SlKtr 

Ijiail 

ropi,»r 

Zinc 






.Ih. 
.Ih. 
.lb. 


3.49«.I7S 

RI.4«.TW 
«l.rT2.9IS 


1 3.rf.7..'.li; 
! 3M34.I3« 

1 ).-..;■<! 1.0 If. 

j I3.';94..'.!'3 

1 

1 '•'sJ/.Js 


» r..-..-..193 


i'.2'g9.9S6" 

S..-il2.244 

1S1.53; 


:7I.S6.1 




T 1 1 m iitll 


» r.nio.;;.* 


t 20.093.0.17 


7.SIS.JS1 




...lAIM. 
...lOIUI. 


J.SM 


lb. 

lb. 


•..lOS.SIS 
1SS.9«7 




Coal 

Cokf 


$ 11. .-.11.22.- 

i.33i.;i;9 

t lJ.(i33.!»94 


t 11.7«:.0fl0 
(190. lie 


632.S!I3 








1 i2.47«.2:i: 






I.i.ll.lln( 


„i...l 










MUCTllnnooii. .111. 


1 1.031.202 


% S.-.n.iion 








T.lil or'Hl.i.i 




t 4i.7»:.4: 




t 33.4S1.3.T? 




t S.3fil.lll 













Pro,lurH.,n ../ ];,rln„.^ Min.r.,h Dripflu 
HevieTcrtl. 
In order to inilirale in a (reiicrnl way the 
sources of ifie various iiiinerals mined in the 
Province and to ^'ive an idea of >oiiie of the 
conditions thnt iifTeclid Iheir i>ri)diietiori, 
and, incidentally, brief infornialion eoncern- 
iU}.' the larirer Unown luineraldepo.sils occur- 
riiij; in British I'olumliia, the next following' 
comments are Miluiiitled. 

GOLD 

I'l.ir, r aolil.— VW recovery of placer cold 
for 11II!> is esliin.iled at .•*.Nli..'00, i.f which 
practically ,ill is obtained in the Carilioo and 
Cnssiar I'lislriels, only about one-twentielh 
of the total comiiijr from the other dislriels. 
.\n approximate apportion nt is as fol- 
lows: Krom CaribiH. District, s.Sd.OOl): .\l- 
lin Division of lassi.ir District, .■<17.-..(MiO; 
Slikiiie ami l.iird, ¥lf<."(HI; remaining parts 
of the IVoviiiei-, .■s|;!,.Vil). It may be that a 
larpr \ ielil will be shown, but this cannot 



leniii 



lated 



ifter tl 
rilioMs sh.ill 



for Ifllll shows .-. .leerease from the pr.ced- 
iiiir year of .S:l:i,.")iHl, or about 11 per cent. 
Durin;* the last four years the prmliictioii 
of placer p.Id in the Province has steadily 
<lecreased. The chief reason i.s to be found 
in the economic conditions of liiL'h prices 
for labor and supplies, which m.ide placer 
mining less profit. iblc than in former years. 
Shortage of labor also handicapped opera- 
No definite information is available re- 
garding the .\llin Division, but it is known 
that the prmluetion was con.sidcrably less 
than in lOlS, and that some of the foriner 
operating companies were closed down dur- 
ing the year. 

Ln,lf 6'oW.— The (Miantitv of h«lc gold 



iroduced in ini!> 



lated 



.<J.!>:30.:!(i.5, 
•)I8. a dc- 



,is compared with .'>!,lo:{,sr.» in 
crease of .«l-73.l-V7. or IV per cent. 

The deerca.sc in l!>in is due to a big reduc- 
liiui in output from Boundary-Yale Dis- 
trict, a decline of .ipproximately S.-.n(l.(HiO 
as e.Hupared with I'.HS. During the year the 



fin.il n- Cranby C'ompi 



in tbi 



L-losed its n 
ami tl.erel 



cs and smel 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



ore handled carries small pold and silver 
values, and in former years this pold pro- 
duction amounted to a considerable total. 
The Xirkel Plate n\ine in this district also 
made a decreased production. 

The Rossland mines, which prior to 1917 
contributed annually about one-half of the 
output of lode pold, made about the same 
production in 1919 as in the precedinp year; 
durinp tliese two years about one-quarter 
the normal output was made. 

The foUowinp table shows the pold pro- 
duction of 1918 and the estimated produc- 
tion for 1919:— 

1918. 1919. 

Oz. Oz. 

Boundary-Yale 5C,I69 30,952 

Rossland 4r?,74.5 WB.fiiO 

Cassiar District 4.'<,0I(; .59,770 

Coast (Southern) 5,.5(;.5 4,.327 

Lilloocl 2,473 2,575 

Nelson 7,155 153 

All others 1,551 363 

Totals 16t,U7l. lH,7ii!) 

From the above table it will be seen that 
the only districts to show an increase are 
the Ca.s.,iar and I.illooet Districts. In the 
latter case the increase was small. The in- 
crease in Skecna is due to a larper output 
from the Surf Inlrl mine, and the com- 
mencement of new ship|>ers — viz., the Prr- 
mier in the Snlmon Uiver section and the 
Dolly Vartlrn mine in the Alice Arm section. 
The outlook for the future in this latter dis- 
trict is most promisinp and a Inrp»"ly in- 
creased production of (rold and other metals 
may be ex|)ected. 

The dccrca.se in Nelson Division is larpe 
and is mainly due to the Yankm i/irl mine 
bcinp closed all year. Developments in this 
district at present under way may brinp 
the production up apain to that of former 
years. 

The production of pold in nrili^h Co- 
lumbia durinp each of the last three years 
has only bi-cu about one-half that <if lliose 

mininp in this Province has, as elsewliere in 
the world, been adversely affeiled by the 
conditions of hiph costs and a standard price 
for the product. Neverlluless, from Ihr 
developments now in propres.-, it wmild seem 
that in ii short time the annual product ion 



of pold in British Columbia .-.liould increan" 
considerably. 

SILVER. 

The quantity of silver produced is esti- 
mated to have been about .3,607,516 oz., 
worth .5^3,871,063, an increase from the pro- 
duction of 1918 of 169,344 oz.. and. owinp to 
the hipher market value of silver, a larper 
[HTcentape increase in value of .?655.193. 

The market price of silver pradually rose 
durinp the year, the averape for January 
beinp 101.125 cents an ounce, while in De- 
cember it was about 132 cents. The averape 
for the year was 111.103 cents (December 
estimated), the hiphest that .silver has been 
for ma.ny years back. The prosjiect of sil- 
ver maintaininp its present price of well 
over .?1 an ounce is pood, and in this re- 
spect the silver market is in marktvl contrast 
to the other metals, the fuli.re prices of 
which are uncertain. ..;,., 

The followinp table shows the :MiVer pro- 
duction for inis and the estimated produc- 
tion for 1919: 

1918. 1919. 

Or. Oz. 

Sloean and SI(Kan City .. 1,873,236 1,917.063 

Skeena 416,616 908,685 

Fort Steele 201,497 -230,750 

Roundary-Vnlc 228,561 l;jO,684 

.\insworlh 228,699 1 12,4;W 

Coast (Southern) 116,125 M9,.308 

Windermere-Golden 91,781- 80.423 

Nelson 130,7.38 .53,4.'>4 

Omincea 8t,I2.5 42,150 

.MI others 60,191 45,906 

Totals 3,198,172 3,667,516 

An increase total proiluctjiui for 191!l of 
169,34-V oz. of silver. 

The above table shows an increase in the- 
silver production from the Sloean, Skeena, 
.md Coast (Southern) Districts, and de- 
creases in all the others. 

Two factors have affected .silver prmluc- 
lion durinp the year, one favorably and the 
other adversely. In the first ])lacc, the hiph 
m.irket price of siher h.is bei-n a preat in- 
centive to the mininp of silver-bearinp ores. 
On the other hand, the lessened demand and 
lourrrd m;irke: price of all other melals 
li.is led to the curtailment of output in 
ni.iii\ miniuL' camps win re silver is produeid 
merely as a by-priKluct. British Columbia 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



has practically no mines producing exoltis- 
ivrly silver, but the ^iler-lead-zinc ore;; of 
the Slocan District have a hiprh perccntaee 
of their values in silver. In this connection 
it may be noted that about 75 per cent, of 
the total Provincial output of silver cot.:i- 
from the treatment of silver-lead-zinc ores 
and the balance mainly from the sineltinj: of 
copper-pold-silver ores. 

.\ reference to the notes on copper will 
show that the production of that inetal has 
decreased this year about 25 per cent, as 
compared with last year, and as all our 
copper ores carry some silver, the lessened 
lonna;re of copper ores snielled has re- 
duced the silver production by the amount 
i>f the content of such ores. Considering: 
these facts, the increased production of 
-liver in 1919 as comiiared with liUS is 
^.-ratifyinp 

.^.st incren.se was made in the 
Skeena district and is accounted for by new 
shippers enterinc the lists. Two of these, 
the I'rrmUr and the Dnih Vnr.Un mines. 
;:ive promise of swelling; the silver priKluc- 
tion very materially durin); future years. 

The Slocan Dislrict is n^'ain far In the 
lead of all other districts in silver produc- 
tion. 52 per cent, of the total heinjr credited 
in the S'.ocan. The fifrures for Ibis year in- 
(llca!e an increased prmliietiou for the Slo- 
gan, as compared willi last year, of about .'..T 
per cent. 

The larpest prodiicirs in the Slocan were 
the llf\citl-Vnn Urn. Siir/iriff. Qar,n fir" 
Silvfr>milh. and the Sl„„.h,nl. There wen- 
marly forty ^hippln^' mines In the district 
in 1919. 

.\bout 50 per cent, of the siUer-oulpul 
from the Hiuind.iry District comes from tlie 
Granliy Company's mines at 'I'Ihh-iux. Other 
mines conlril.utin): are the ".Ifo/A. r I.oil.. 
Snilii. and f'iii.)n. 

The silver i.roduelion from Tr.iil Cre> k 
conies from the .smelting' of the p.|d-eop- 
pered ores of Hosslaiul camp, which earr\ 
about 1^. ,,/.. of silver to the ton. 

The (.....t pr,Mbicli..n of siK.r c.ni.s fron. 
\alues in the precious loetals. As .i l.irL'vr 



LEAD. 

The total am.mnt of lead produced in 1919 
is estimated to have been 32,irit.l3G lb., 
valued at .'*I,(i5S.121. This represents, as 
eom|)ared with the i>revious year, a decrease 
in ipiantity of 11.7fi5..525 lb., and. with the 
lower market i)rice of lead a decrease in 
value of .s!I.2(i9.9S(;. 

Durin;: the first half of 1919 the market 
for lead was in a dull and demoralized con- 
dition owinji to conditions arisinir from the 
sudden stopping of the war. I.ar;re stcxks 
of lead were on hand for war purposes when 
the .\rmistiee was sijjned. and also all had- 
produeers were speeded up to a hi>:h ca- 
pacity. When the abnormal war demand 
for lead ceased, the market jiricc droppid 
and priKluction w:ls curtailed until the sur- 
I>his st<K-ks were consumed by normal de- 
mand. The Consolidated Mining; and Smell- 
in!? Company, which treats at its smeller 
and refinery at Trail nearly all the lead pro- 
duced in (.'anada, was heaiily stocked with 
lead when the year opened, and as a result 
had to refuse to take lead or.' for smi.e time 
from the mines. 

Diirinp the ye.ir the lead market frr.idu- 
ally adjusted itself to normal demands and 
now seems to be in a fairly healthy condi- 
tion. 

The average price of le.iil in .lanu.iry in 
New York was XUU cents a p.ninds. and al- 
tliouph llnrluaiin;; somewhat it was not until 
.-Vupust that any material advance was made. 
Slight advances cnnlinued until the average 
for December was aboirt 7 cents a pouiul. 
The averape jirice for the year was .>.7:l'i 
cents, as compared with 7.H.') cents in 191.S. 

The foMowin;: table shows the production 
of lead, aceordiiiir to districts, for the >e.ir 
I9IS and the eslimiled product!. m f.>r 1919: 







19IS. 


1919. 






I.h. 


I.b. 


|-..rt Steele . . 




.18.<i9.-...5(i5 


n.iiHi.ooo 


Sl.K-an 




.U,.-,7-..:J79 


12,1 29.7 9li 


.\insworth ... 




. «,10(i.2C.2 


:i.7,s.-i.iio 


Windirincre-C. 


.Iden 


. J.fi.Vl.JIO 


1.592.000 


N.ls.,n 




. I.lill.liili 


.i:i..ioo 


All ..Ihers .... 




. •-'52.079 


I52.)tt(l 



Totals W1.899.t;(il 32.I.II-,1:16 

Tr the ah.ive table it will It.' se.n Iliac 

111.- di'creas.- in output \va> p.iieral in all 
ilislriel.s, and shows that the difTercnt mines 



DEPARTMENT OF MIXES 



#:^& r^ 










1/./' 



4V 






1^ 









->^ 



J-" 






J.-" 



—"J 



tl.r.Miplii.ul Jlu- I'r..viTi.r HIT.- forced li. COPPER 

curtail their out|>uts. X|,r amount of coppor t-stimatert lo liavo 

Fort Steele Division n^'ain lii<K all oilier liii-n produced in l!)l!> .shows, ns compared 
districts. The Siillivnn inim- coiitribiilcs with the previous year, a decrease in quan- 
iiearly all of this production as a rule, hut lity, and, owin): lo the lower market scllin;:- 
this year over 2,.';oo,Ono Ih. came from the price, a larjrc dt-crcaso in value. The pro- 
duction U estimated at -tLi'S t.,0 10 Ih., which 
is l.l.tnO.TOS lb. less th.in the lOIS output: 
the \ahle for lOl'.l is .s:S,.-i:n,Jl>.-i, wliieb. 



.Yr>f//i .<?/..r. 

In the Slocan District the heaviest prcH 
(liieer in IPIS was the Qif.n B....^. followed 
I'V the Si(ry>ri.t<'. the Silvtr.^iiiilh. and the 

In the .\insworth Diiisioii tin- l.irL'csl pro- 
ducer was the I'lunnrr. with an output of 
ahout •.'.nod.dtlO 11... followed l.y the Spok.u,. - 
Trliiktt. with api>roxiinalely UMi.iniO lli. and 
about seventeen snialhr shipper.^. 

The lead pn.diielioi, .,( NeU,.,, nivi>i,.M 
eonu's mainly from the I'.m.r,,}.! mine, and 



e prcMous year, 
the prodiielion from WimK 
IS ehietly from the I'onni;.,' 
•oduelion of al.mil I.J.-.o.diui 
i.dl .shippers. 



compared with .sJIj.l WJ.IMI made in 191 
shows a decrease of S(i,.';i2.2U. 



Th<- year lOlfl eonuiienceil with practically 
I sali-« of copper in .lanu.iry; in Fi'bru.iry 

,./ .-«./ Mhiln., Jouni.il. was Ki.Ti;.! cents „ 

iiiiiid. Ry .\U).'Usl the price rose to 22..'tl!t 

Ills a pounil, but I.I some extent the 

le, and ni.irkil was arlit'icial, as the demand was 

Ihiii ill M-ry n.nsid.rably les, llian the supply. From 

.\iipist to the end of the year the price dc 

(•...M.ii dined a^'ain, and the avera^'C for Deeemlur 

with I WIS about IH.."> cents a pound. In the lasl 

1 MMii two weeks of the year the market appeared 

lo have a heallhier Icuie, and the price a. I- 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



vanced silfrhtly. The avenipe price for the 
year was 18.7T itnts a pound (Deccnilicr 
estimated), as compared witli 21.63 cents in 
lOlS. 

.Tiie following talile allows tlic jjrodiiction 
of coTip^T. aeeordlnc to (li-.tricts, in lillS and 
the estimated prodtietion in 1919: 

1918. 1919. 

I-b. Lb. 

Skeena 30,19i).(i()ii 2l).T30.G85 

Coast (Southern) . . Ifi.+V.J.OIS 20,219.724. 



Boundary- Yale 10,+-7.S.^3 

Trail C nek Division l.li.iM.ili 
All otlurs (ia),9Ki 



.3,+;32.32 



Tat, I Is 



.6I,4a3,7.VV 4.5,98t,01.(; 



From til.- above tabic it will he .seen that 
there was a decrease in output from every 
district except the Coast (.Southern). The 
main producer in this district is the Hri- 
limnin. and this property mined and milled 
a larjrer lonna;re in 1919 than in any pre- 
vious year. Considering' the adverse market 
conditions, this increa-.ed priMlueticm of tin- 

dition of the property. 

Early in the year the Granby C.Hop.iny 
via* forced to close down the low-;:radc 
mines at I'hiH'nix and »mi-ltcr ,it (irand 
Forks, resulting; in ,i jrrcat decrease in the 
coi.))cr |>roducti.m of Houndary-Yale Dis- 
trict. 

The (Irnnby Company also curtailed pri>- 
duetion at the mines and smelter at .\nyox, 
with the result tliat the copper proiluction 
was about two-tliiriK that .)f I9ls. 

The Mnrble liiiii mine at Vananda was 
operated diirinjr the year, but a ■.mailer |.ro- 
■hiction was made than in 1913. 

The Itnchcr D.hnuir mine, in t)minc(i Di- 
viMiiii. was closed all year, with the result 
111. it pr.ictiiall\ no ci«|i|icr was protluced in 
that district. 

/INC. 

The ,iM.iMlit> ..|- /.inc eslim..lid to have 
bull producl ill llUil amounted to l:!.ii9l.- 
:,S:i lb., which. .-..M. pared wilh tl.7:j.9l<: lb. 
produrcil in I'll^. shows an increase of 
I.|i21,li(i7 lb. Tlil> production is valued at 
•S-'.7I7.S(i:t. wliich shows .i d. -crease, as com- 
p.iled will, the l!l|N *allle. of .•s.'.Vi:i,|i 10, ,|i,r 
to the d, -nM-.d iiiarkcl price of tbr ,„elal 



The zinc market was not as much affected 
as the co|))ier and lead niarketi by the trans- 
ition period from war demands to peace 
conditions, with the result that the price of 
the metal did not fluctuate jTreatly and ]iri>- 
diietion continued uninterrupledly. 

In January the avcra^re price of zinc in 
N'ew York was 7.272 cents a ))ound; by May 
it had fallen to fi.+29 cents, but thereafter 
pradually rose until the end of the \ear. 
the avera<;e for December beinir about S..5 
cents a pound. The averape price for zinc 
for the year 1919 was 7.317 cents a jiound 
(December estimated), as compared with 
8.1.59 cents for 19IS. 

It shimld be noted that the 1919 produc- 
tion of zinc is the hijrhest. as to ipianlity, 
in the history of the Province, althou;;!) ow- 
intr to a lower market price the value of the 
ziiie production is h'ss than in each of the 
three prettdin;: years. 

The followiu).'" table shows the pr.Mluction 
of zinc, aeordinir to districts, for 191s .iiul 
tli.esti.iialed prodilcti..n for 1919: 



I91)' 



I9I'I 





Kb. 


Lb. 


Fort Steele .. 


....J(!,704,8llfi 


32,200,000 


SlolMII 


....U,107,..,S2 


ll,11.5.9s3 


( )mineca 


.... 313,112 


273,000 


.\insworth . . . 


.... fitn.991 


io.-.,coo 


.Ml others .... 


(i,.32.'i 
....41,772,9l(i 




Totals .... 


4.3.li9t..5S3 



From the above t.iblc it is seen th:it the 
ludy district showiii).' iiienased zinc pro- 
duction in 1919 was Fort Steele. The out- 
put in this district is made by the Siillivnn 
iiiiiH-. and the increase was due to a larcer 
loimap- beiii^' handled at the ( oiisolidated 
Companv'.s electrolytic zinc refinery at 
Tr. lil. where the on- is treated. 

In the ShK-an District the he;ivicst ship- 
per was a^'ain Ihe Slnnil.iril. with ii pro- 
duction of nearly .VOOtUliiO lb., which, how- 
ever, is 2.00(1.(1(1(1 lb. less tb.iii in I91S. 
Ihe next lar^'cst .shipper was the ll.wilt- 
r.iii A'..;, follow.d by the .SH,/,r.-.v,. 

Ihe eslimale for .Miisuorlli is oiilv >i t 

lUie-sixth of last ye:ir's production, but lin:d 
fiirures may briiiL' Ihe oulpul f.ir this Di- 
visiiui up ecuisiderably. 

The ()mini-ca production is mainly :i sil- 
v<-r-/.ini- eoneenlr:ile from Ihe Sllvir .s'/.iii- 
,l.,r,l mine at IIa/<lton. 



DEPAUTMENT OF MIXES 



OTHER MINERALS 

Iron. — So far there has been no iron pri>- 
duced in British Columbia, but it has been 
strongly advocated in many quarters that 
the conditions are favorable for the estab- 
lishment of an iron-smeltinir plant some- 
where on the British Columbia coast. So far 
nrtthinf.' definite has materiali/ed, althi>u;:li 
there is apparently a prospect of such a 
plant being established. 

.\s is well known, there is on the Coast, 
in the apgrcpate, an adequate -supply of 
magnetite-iron ore, quite sufficiently free 
from impurities as to be within the "Bes- 
semer limit" to supply ore for such a plant. 

Important bodies of linionitc ore have 
been discovered in the Chilcotin district, 
which were examined by Mr. Brewer, his 
notes on which arc included in his report. 

About 25 tons of magnetite was shipped 
by this Department from Texada i>land to 
Vancouver for an experiment in electric 
smelting by tli<' Fleet prfx'css, from which 
process, however, no satisfactory results 
were obtained. 

PUiltnum.—'Xhe well known fact of the 
wide occurence of platinum Ihroiiirlioul tin- 
Province in connection with nur placer-gold 
de))Osits gives reasonable hope that such 
may be found in payable (piantitics and 
justifies furtlicr investigations. 

.\s far as reimrts received indicate, the 
only output in 1!U!) was about •■SL.IOO w.irtli 
from th.; Similkamecn District, in which 
district the Dominion CMUcrmiicnt was in 
inis making a search for the metal for 
war purposes, but this work has now 
ceased. 

.Vo/.//-f/fii.V,.--Sin.e the .\rmistice the 
market is dormant, like other nK-tal prices. 
Init nominal quotaliims vary fcom 7.5 cents 
to .*! a pound. So far no advice of any 
shipiii.iit ill llll'l has bc.-n received. 

Chrnmil,.- Ill lOl.S about 800 tons of 
clironiite ore, carrying from JO to \.'t per 
ciiit. chromic oxiile. was shipped from the 
Mn.<tn,hni claim. Crand Forks Division; and 
a dcpo.sit on Scotty creek, near Clinton, was 
opened up, but no .sliipmciits were made. 

With the end of the war the market for 
eliromiti.- temporarily collai>sed, as large 
stwks were available, with no ])iireh;iscrs 
in sight. It is believed that no ore was 



Mannanefe—'SeaTXy (ion tons of nianTanese 
ore, running over -jO |)cr cent, manganese and 
less than 20 per cent, silica, was shipped 
from the Ilill Sixty property on Cowichan 
lake before the roads became impassable 
through winter rains. The company is now- 
arranging for the installation of an aerial 
tramway, which should prevent, in the fu- 
ture, interruption to sustained shipments. 

About 100 tons of high-grade mansjanese 
ore was al.so shipped from the Curie Mnn- 
nnnene group near Kaslo. Both shipments 
went to the Bilrowe .Vlloys Company, of 
Tacoma. 

Xon-inftallic ilinfrals. — About l.fiOO tons 
of fluorspar was shipped from the Rock 
C'lndy grou)!, in the Grand Forks Division. 
Thi.s property is owned by the Consolidated 
Mining and Smelting Company and is being 
equipped to make steady shipments in the 
future. The mineral is shipped to the Trail 
smelter and is used for making hydro- 
fluoric acid, which is used in the lead-re- 
fiiiery, and to other points in Canada and 
to the Inited States. 

Shipments of inagnesium sulphate (Ep- 
som snlt (were made fr.im Spotted I„ikr 
(•soyoos Division, but figures have not lieeii 
obtained. Seven hundred and fifty tons of 
magnesium sulphate was shipped from de- 
jiosits of this material near Clinti>n. 

Deposits of hydromaL-nesitc in the Clin- 
ton Division, which are reported to be larce 
and of great purity, have attracted consid- 
erable attention during the past year. No 
shipiiii Ills have been recorded. 

.\ production of arsenic valued at .*i:.O00 
was made by the Xickrl PIntf mine in lOIf". 

STKllTLH.M. M.VTKUI.\I.S, ETC. 

The output during Ifun of all structural 
material.s, such as cement, lime, buildint'- 
stone. sand and gravel, brick, and otlier 
clay )irodiicts. will probably show a slight 
(li-ire.isi- from that of previous vears. 

The output for IHl!) is estimated at 
.■"Wiio.don, ,is airainst .^MKI.SOI in the i>re(-edin" 

Since l!l|-.'. when a pr.iduetion amounting 
to .•<•(. ^•|.-).T-.'2 was recorded, the output of 
hiiiUling materials h.-is slca<lilv dc-cliiied, 
due to Ihe cessation of the building trad.-, 
brought about by Ihe conliniied financial 
dcpressl.Mi. and the war. It is probable Ibal 
the fit'iires h.-n ,- now rr.i<-|ird a luiiiiiniiMi 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 






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CHRAM sr.MMn 
Wostmlnsttr Miiiinc 



SI.IKMI.IIOO ri-proiiits 
iiiniul fur llu'sr mall- 
rom-wals, nnil varicm 



iiiiDiintin;: to ahout 
.,- st.ad> y.-arly (Ir- 
is fi)r iisi- ill repairs, 
iinall dniiniids, with- 



out any now constnictioii-work. It may 
l)i' expected, therefore, that the prodiielion 
will remain at alioiit thi< fipiire'; until a 
period of active co^^tnleti■ln-work aL'ain 
eoiniiiences in the Province. 

Portland eeineiit is at present the niosi 
iiiiIK>rtant item in the prodiietioii of luiildiii^' 
materials, amoiintiii>; this year, it is e'-ti- 
matMl. to less than s.!()0,nno. 

The otiliipts of liiiildin^-stoiie, eniNhi-d 
roek, sand and ^-ravel. mil red brick have 
fallen to very low fijriires. A consider;ihle 



is made. i>rincipally l.y the lart'C plant of 
the Clayhiirn (■....ip.iny. 

COAI, AND (OKE 

It is estimated that the (rross jirodiiclion 

of coal was 2..">Ol.t2:} loni: tons, of which 

I t.T.iil.'i tons was made into coke, leavioL' 

the net production at 2..').-i7.2l8 tons. These 



tiirurcs she 



decrease. 



conipi 



d will 



)1S, of "t.noi tons ^rross and a.\\ incrca-e 
f .">t.!173 tons net. The quantity of coke 
i.idc was about •)S.."i!)S Ions, which is a dc- 
rcase of about !>0..i(>!) Ions as compared 
ilh lOlS. For purposes of eomparis.m the 



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C.:.l. nit 

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•..hr '.... 




"nr.l'oi "■jTij'.iTS 


2.^51,71-. 

:i«.74o 


1 2.is.-...'.;-(i 
1 <10.IS7 


1.5;:. 

3C1. 


.-.1 


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;.3-.r.2i.s 2.3iv.'.:i3 


.149.0-5 


i 2.0,4,n« 


1,611, 


29 


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•K -.-.v KV..1.-.7 i.vi.'.n- ■i(.:t:: ;r.,«7i , i.ti.:.:: 



THE KISHERIKS OF BRITISH COI.UMJ5IA 



In these fi}rur<"i for IHl!) tlie output for Tons, of 2,210 

the month of December has had to lie esti- ' Lb. 

mated, consequently the fmal figures may F'rom Vancouver Island collieries... 4.3,.517 
vary from them slightly. From Xicola and Similkameen 

collieries T. . -A'lV. 

Suinmarizin}; the Provincial production of Vrum Crowsnest District collieries.. .J.l.OJ*! 

coal, the follow infj table shows the estimated 

output for 191!): Total V8,5!)S 

As will be seen by the above fipun-^, the 

Tons of 2,2W) j,ej ^^^^ production was about 9S,.5.fi-* tons 

I'b- (2,2+0 lb.) more than it was in iO\s. 

From Vancouver Island collieries l,fino,72l- CoAc— The production of coke in 191H was 

From Nicola and Similkameen ahout 98,-598 tons (2,2+0 Ih.). which is 

mollifies 152,731 9„_3,;c, („„, j^.^^ {!,„„ ,i,p prt-ccdiiiv year. 

From Crowsnest District collieries (;.59,40« 3 decrease of about 48 j.er cent. 

From Telkwa collieries 1.560 ti,^. coal-mines of the Province have had 

a fairly pood year. Interruptions to pro- 
Total quantity coal mined .... 2..50t,423 ducti.m were a.s follows: .\ strike at Fernie 

Less made into coke 147,205 closed the mines durinfr June. July, and 

.\ii(rust, but work was started apain the be- 
Nct quantity of coal produced .. 2,:r>7,2IH ^,i„ninp of September. Durinp the months 
of May. .Tunc and July the mines 011 Van- 
In addition to the alx.ve net production of couver island worked slack time, L.^in- 
coal, there was made the coke production probably KiO.OOn tons that mipbl haw l)een 
shown in the following table: produced. 



The Fisheries of British Columbia. 

(■..Tiinii-^iniHr "t K.-liHrirs H,m Win. Sloan .V.vl 1.. the Commissioner lohn IV Bil-mek 

r,./,/p ,,/ Cniiiiillin Fi.'li,ri,s ami Sl.iniliur, British Columbia $21,51S..>!t5 00 

nf Prolines. Nova Scotia 14.4ti8.319 00 

New Brunswick 0.143.O.SS 00 

The valu- of th.. fishery ,,roducts of Can- ,^„,,,„.,. 3.414.37S 00 

ada for the y, ar .ti.lint: Dccrmher lilst. 1917. Ontario 2.8ri.i.n'. 00 

totalled .•<.-,2.312,.Hl, as against .•539.208.378 ,,^i„,... j.j^,.„^j ,,,„„d ^,-m^^<^ 00 

for the precetlmg year, notwithstanding that M„nitni,,.v 1.543.2.s,s 00 

the hitter was considerably greater than in Saskatchewan 3'0 ■':3f< On 

any preceding year. Alberta 181.009 OO 

During the year IWK Brilisli Coluinbia Yukon fi7..1oO 00 

contributed fishery jirodiuts of a. total value 

of !?2I,.')18,59.-., or H per cent, of the total Total $.>2,312,UH 00 

for the Dominion. 

, . , „■.•,,.,,. ■ Tlie SnrrifS iind Vuliir .,f Fish Cu.ihi in 

.\s m recent vears. British ( oliimbia again ' „ . . , ^, , , . 
Ie;i(ls all llic Pri)MiU(s ,>f Canada m the 

>..bie of her fishery products. Ilcr output The total \alue of eaeli species ,.f lish 

for the year exceeded in value those of Nova taken in British CoJMiMl.ia for >. ,ir er.liuL' 

Scotia by ?i7.0.-.iV.'7ll, and exceeded that of all l)ecciMl..r :ilst. 1917. is jUrn in Die i-..||..w- 

Ihe other Provinces combined by .<;n.l.-i(!.94l. ing s|,,|,i,ienf : 

The following statement gives in their Sahiiori .•^l(i,h2,s.TM (Mi 

.T.lrr of rank the value of the fishery i-ro- BluU .o.l K79.4"l 00 

duels ,,f the Provinces for the \.-ar <-nd- Make and husk I.imhi 110 

in.- |),,e,„lur ;!Isl. 1917: ' Herring I,l'l.'.'.-. M"l 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 







Halibut 

Sole^ 

Flounders 

Skate 


... 1.721.012 on 
78,049 00 
23,001 00 
10 117 00 


Smelts 


14 ''TO 00 






Brill 




Octopus 


1 0.51) 00 


Rock-cod ' . 


8 OSS on 






Whitinfr 




Grayfisli 

Ovsters 


+.V80 00 
3\'0' 00 


Clani-i and quahiiujrs 

Dul'c. crabs, and cockles 
Tr.rut 


8+,0O() 00 
48. +21. 00 
10 350 00 


Stur-ron 




Perch 

MiM-d fisli 


4,920 00 
13 ISt DO 


Saliiii)n-roc 

Fur-,eal skins 

Bon. -meal 

Fertilizer 


7,820 00 
6,oW 00 
10.183 (Ml 
70 IG^ 00 


\Vlial.-c>il 

Fish-oil 


312,217 00 


AVitdies 


50 00 


Gill-bone 


l** 80"' 00 






Total 


■*'l 518 5Q5 00 


The total value f..r the 
crease over the j.rcvious > 


vcar shows an in- 
car of .•*<:.Ssl,.M<i: 



salmon products were increased by .■i'l^.'SS.- 
178, due both to an increase in size of pack 
and its value. The halibut catch was less, 
and. notwith-tandinL' an increase in ]>rlce. 



shows a decrease from the previous year 
of .5303,6.58. The herrini catch i- valued at 
SI. 192,0.54, a slight gain over the previous 
year, and whale products show a gain of 
.■<94,220. wth a total value of ?4-l0.4S6. 

The Xumber of Persons Engaged and Value 

of Fshertj Plants and Apparatus in 

British Columbia in 1918. 

The following statement gives the num- 
ber and the value of the plants, vessels, 
boats, and apparatus used in the fisheries 
of the Province in 191S, and the number 
of persons engaged : 

Value. 
Vessels, tugs and carrying 

smacks— 514 S2,500,S01 00 

Gasoline boats- 3.1 72; sail and 

row boats— ;j..54*i 1,837,8.0 00 

Vahu- iif seines, traps and smelt 

nets 1.829,115 00 

A'aluc of hand-lines, weirs, 

trawls, etc 119,381 00 

.Approximate value of salmon 

and other canncrii s, fish- 
houses, freezers, and fixtures. 9,519,9H Oi^ 



.■*15.S0T.(i.")S 0(1 



y umber of Persons engmjeti in I'iihfrii. 

Number in vessels 1,589 

Number in boats 11,378 

Nunilier in canneries, fish-houses, etc. 7,910 



Total 



20,883 



Department of Public Works. 

Mini..l»r of Pul.lio W.Tks. Virt . llc.n. .1 H Kins om.- Kn^inror. Vi<-tr,ria ....¥. L Nr»ci.liorson 

Dopiily Miuister of I'ublic Works, Victon.i C-hi.-f DrauchtMnan H. M. Bic^ood 

J K r.riflfilli Prnv. InKp.'Ctnr of Bri<lc.-s. ric T. Kili.atriok 

I'nl.lio Works Kn^-m.-or. Virtnri«...\ E. K..r.m«.. 

AsMsinnl PuMic Works Kn>.inr-..r. Victoria I>I.STK1CT .NO. I 



Kiiciii.rr, Vi.-t..r,ii. .<'ol .\ K. Hoilcin* 
District Kneiii.-.rs— 

i W. P. B.-»v»n 

H. C. .Mann 

Ci.iirl.Mmv W. .\. Ri.h.ir.l 

•n. KHHd Korcraan. Th..l.urii P. .1. lan.p'" II 



.\9»i. loKprrlor of Kl-cirirnl KniT(:y. Vaii.ouMT 

n. 1.. Taylui 
Ins|..ri..r of Faclori. s. Vnn.-.Miv.r— K. J. Sl.-war 
A.s:>istniit lii.«|>vclor of Karturii'S, V«ncouv.T 

K. I>uui;la9 

Cl.i.f 1„ .-tor of Koil.rs, N,.« W..stmiMs.,.r^ Pl.sTRIfT NO. -j 

J..hii P-ck 
Insj.,.,i„r of I>>k.'« Victoria ... A K Wilnint District Kiii;in.cr, ('..urt II". is.-. Vancom.r 

Assl. In»|.cclor of D)k.« J..hn .\ Wilson I' Philir 

Accoiinlaiil \. ll"."l \ssisi«ni Di'slricI Knirinc.rs — 

Aftif.k- .Siipcrintcml, ,,t of Prioc, Ku|..rt Wharf Vancouver K. !> T..J.I 

A. .M Dauk-.tl Clov.r.lalv K. II. V.rii.r 

y.m-.'.-i-r in CharL.-.- ..f Dcsicoinc. Victoria Morritt O. C. Mackay 

f. II. Cookjon (i.-ii.Tal K..a.l Kor.iiian. P.irt ilBii.y P. Wyli.. 



DEPAHT.MENT OF I'LBI.IC ^VOKKS 



DISTRICT NO. 3 

District Engr., Kamluops G B. Whitehead 

General Road Foreinpn — 

Kamloops W. White 

ainton J. K. More 

DISTRICT NO. 4 

District Engineer. Penlicton %V. K. Gwycr 

Asst. District Engineer. Vernon . R. M. Taylor 

General Road Foremen — 

Grand Forks J. A. McCullnm 

Rock Creek J. Kerr 

Summerland T. J. McAlpine 

Hedley Finlay Eraser 

DISTRICT NO. 5 

District Engineer, Nelson W. Kamsay 

General Road Foreman — 

Kaslo J. D. Moore 

Kaslo P. J. Gallagher 

Revelstoke J. B. MacKeiizie 

New Denver Arthur Levy 

DISTRICT NO 6 

District Engineer. Cranbrook J. C. Brady 

Asst. District Engineer, (ioMeti . . . .G. C. Tassic 

General Road Foremen — 

Cranbrook O. Bristow 

Fernie L. MacDonald 

DISTRICT NO. 7 

District Engineer. I'rince Rupert. A.L. Carmthert 

Asst. District Engineer, Smiihers. . . .T. Dunlop 

General Road Foremen — 

Atlin H. Molyneaux 

Anyoi F. Martin 

Telegraph Creek Geo. D. Cojt 

Prince Rupert P. W. Anderson 

DISTRICT NO 8 
District Engineer. South Fort George.. A. Dlion 

Asst. District Engineer E. G. Baxter 

General Koad Foremen — 

Qursnel W. J. McLaren 

Fort Eraser H. Taylor 

Peace River D. Menard 

South Fort George M. McLaren 

DISTRICT NO 9 

District Engineer I.illno. t 

The foUowiiig is a ffsuiiif of tlie npproxi- 
male expenditure for the iiiaiiitenunor, ro- 
pair.s and construction of roads, bridges, 
ferrirs, wharves, etc.: 

Malliteii.in. .■ N. " 1 ..ii 

iind Rcpiirs strucUon ToUl 

Roads i Trails (in- 
cluding Rund Ma- 
chinery) -$989,200 $17. BOO $l.()Of..fio.) 

Bridges 323.600 17,000 340,600 

Ferries (including 
Steamboat Subsi- 
dies 95,000 31.000 126,000 

Wharves H.700 l,.-<0o 10,500 

River Bank Pro- 
tection 30.6H8 30,6«18 

A|>proximate tolal 
Expenditure oiii 
of Revenue ..,* 1.447.188 $67,400 $1.514,5i-8 

ito.vns .\N"n Ti{,\ii..s 

'i'lio c.\pciulilurr f.ir road^ aiid trails r.- 
prt'sents the ordinary repairs li> mads antl 
trails generally. It also represents the ini- 
provenients of tlie surface of oxisllntr ro.iils 
.Mid !!„■ rrn.nslriK-ti.Mi on iinpr..v.-.l ^rra.lr-. 
.111.1 llu- ..liL-imi.iit of portions of existing' 



BRIDGES 

Most of the expenditures on briijixes was 
tor renewlnfr or rejiairinir existing: strueturi--.. 
Much more work of this nature was under- 
taken hy eontrac.t in 1919 than in former 
years. The following is a list of tire hridjres 
for which contracts were piven to be re- 
paired or constructed. 

On the Salmon River at Cache C^o^^in!r 
in the Comox District; Tr.dile River near 
Fanny 15ay, in the Comox District ; Sturpeon 
Slouph at Pitt Meadows in the Dewdney 
District: South TlMmps.m at Pritchard; 
Blueberry River in the Columbia Di>trict: 
Kitsaukaus Creek in the .-Mberni District; 
Crapflower in the Esquiiiialt District: North 
Okanapan at Knderby; Kicking Horse River 
at Golden, in the Columbia District. 

Of these the bridpe over the South 
Thompson River at Pritchard. and the 
bridge over the Blueberry River near 
Cioldcn are entirely new .structures. 

FERRIES 

In addition to the ordinary repairs and 
maintenance of some fifty ferries, extensive 
alterations were made to the ferry idyim; 
ln-tweeii I.adner and Woodward. .\ new 
ferry was built to be u.sed at Mission to 
meet the demands of the increased tralTic 
on the Kra.scr River tlierc. The ferry that 
wa^ at Mission is to be transferred to the 
.\).'assiz-Ro.sedalc run. 

WII.VRVES 

The cxpendture on wburves was <mall 
compared with previous years. With the 
exception of the maintenance of the Prince 
Rupert Wharf— a more modern structure 
which is revenue producinp — the expenditure. 
on wharves was limited to absolutely ne- 
cessary repairs on the few remainini; 
wharves under the jurisdiction of the Pro- 
vineiiil Government. The l-ederal Govern- 
ment has now assumed control of the Tidal 
and Inland Wharves and last year took over 
from this Province the iiHirc iinport.int 
«barMs foniirrly iiiaiiilaiiud by the Pro- 
\iiui,il Public W,.rks Drparlnicnt. Such 
wbarvc. ill, ludc movl of the inland wharves 
on the Ok.inapan Lakes. It is the int.ntion 
of the Provincial Department of Public 
Works to abandon or cIom- up to public ll^e 
any of the wbarM-. not t ik.-n over !•> th.' 
Federal Govermii.nt. 



DEl'AKT.MEM OF I'LBLIC WORKS 



In addtion to the work previously re- 
ferred to, the Public Works D«-partiiient 
carried outconsidcralile iiiiporlant projects 
under the British Chiinhia Loan Act, 1919. 
Fr<Mn this special fund of Sl.50<l,0<)0 many 
highway inii)rovcMicnts of a more or less 
jiermanent nature were undertaken. .\p- 
proximately •■JfiHi.OOO has been expended to 
date for 66 miles i>f roads improved and 
l^ miles of new roads opened u|>. 

In 1920-21 as in recent years the |iro- 
praiumc of the Department of Public Works 
will be confined chiefly to the maintenance 
of existing roads and trails. 

The greater portion of the U.tJ0<1 miles 
of highways will be either pcnernlly re- 
paired and kept pa.ssablc for ordinary 
vehicular trallic, or partly reconstruct! <1 
on iinproveil alignment and grade>. Many 
of the more tra\elli-d roads leadint' to tlic 
ivntrrs of population or industry will be 
materially improved with surfaces of gra\rl 
or crushed rock, which in some cases will 
he treated «ith oil. 

In addition to the wapm roads approxi- 
mately 8.<H)0 nules of trails, as feeders to 
the Highways from mines, lumber milU, 
etc., will require to lie kept open uiid in 
fairly passable condition. In this omnection 
it should be slated that nnanciul a>si,.,liiiue 
is given by the Provincial Department of 
Mines ftir the construction of many of the 
purely mining roads and trail.-, the cost of 
which is usually borne by the Provincial 
Department of Mines and the mine owners 
.>n a flfty-fifly basis. In llie fiscal year 
ini!>-1920 #!>S,1I.' WHN provided by the De- 
partment of Mines for .^ucli ex|ienditiire 
and it is likely that at le.i^t a similar amount 
will Ik- available durint' the ftsciil ve.ir 
I92»-19-.M. All such work is, however, iin- 
il.rtaken either by the Provincial Day I,.»- 
hour forces, or by cimlract under tin- >uper- 
>i.i..n of the Pul.lir Works Department. 

As the Department has iM-en confronted 
with the maintenance of such a large iiiile- 
1-. of roa.N. it h.i- not been rinaneiilly 
piis.sihle for some years to appropriate any- 
thing like a(le<pial<- amounts for the open- 
ing up of new ro.ids. 1 lence it has been 
imperative to confine expenditures on new 
'••nslruetion to absobil.ly necessary work. 
In I'l-.'O therefore. aii\ new roids built will 
hi for flu- aceommixlalion of settlers not 
(.res.-ulU provided. P.irtieul.rh in con- 



nection with the various provincial soldier 
settlement schemes the Department prop.ise 
providing .suitable access roads. 

Qufstion.*. Antirifxiteti. 

1. British Columbia di>es not offer reduced 
fares to settlers and effects — see the nearest 
passenger agent or tratTic manager of any 
transportation comjiany. 

2. I.and may be obtained free in British 
Columbia — nee "Pre-emptions." 

:i. Partial residence is admissible and pr.i- 
vision is made for leave of absence— .«<.' 
"Pre-emptions." 

t. One wlut h;us homestcaded in another 
Province may pre-empt Crown land in Brit- 
ish Columbia. 

•>. You may purcli.a.se laiul from the CIov- 
erniiunt--*^*- "Purchase Lands"; you may 
also lease land fron> the Government— .»'<• 
"Ix^ase Lands." 

6. Improved lands may be bou;;ht from 
private owners (inipiirc of Secretaries i>f 
Hoards of Trjidc) and from the Oovermmnt 

■Mre "I.and Settlement." 

7. No, it is not advisable to buy land 
through an .iircnf without |NTson.'il inspee- 

f<. The ea|>ital you re<|uire for a start in 
British Cohnnbia depends entirely on your 
aspirations and skill. One thousand dollars 
would start a small ponllr> -farm, but not 
less than .^L.^H) would be safe in any kinil 
of mixed farming or fruit-growiuL'. 

9. Tlic CovcrmnenI extends I'lnaiui.i! liil 
to settlers — »i <■ "I..ind .Settlement." 

lit. Yes, all necessary implements ma\ l>e 
purchased from dealers in Itritish I'olumbia 

...r ".Settlers.- 

11. S.-h.M.l facilities ami social condilions 
are good— «re "Education" and "Sociology." 

12. You may obtain further information 
by writing to: The Deputy Minister ..i 
.\grieulture r. agriculture; the Deputy .Min- 
ister of Lands re l.inds, forests, luiiilHrlnt', 
anil water-powers; the Provincial .Miner.ilo- 

irisl re nnn.s; the .Si-erclary of the U e 

Protection Board Te game; and the I-'isheries 
Commission re fish \ieti>ria, B.C., any 
Provincial ( Government Afcnt. or the .Vgent- 
Cleneral, British Columbia House. l-:l Ke- 
(.'.nt Street. S W. i. London. Liiu'l.ind 



DO.MIXIO-V OF CAXADA MISCKLI.AXEOUS IXFOKMATIO 



DOMINION OF CANADA 

Miscellaneous Information 



The British Empire 
The British Empire consists of: — 

1. The Vnitctl Kinfrdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland. 

2. India, the rnlonirs. Protectorates and 
Dependencies. 

Reigrting King and Emperor 

Georj.'e V., born June 3, IStjj, son of late 
King Kdward VII. and Queen .\lexandra, 
married July 6, \wn, to Victoria Mary, 
daughter of the Duke of Teck; proclaimed 
King May 9, 1910. 

The Queen, Victoria Mary, daughter of 
the late Duke of Teck, was born May 2ii, 
18C7, and was married to His Majesty 
(then Duke of Cornwall), July (i. 189:}. 

Children of the King and (Jn,,n 

I'rincc Edward .\lbcrt Chri.stian, I'rince 
of Wales (July, 1911), Duke of Cornwall 
and Earl of Chester (heir apparent), born 
June 2.3, 1891. 

Prince Albert Frederick .Vrlhur (Jc-orgc, 
born Dec. 14, 1895. 

Princess Victoria .Mcxaiidra .Mice .Mary, 
born April 23. 1897. 

Prince Henry William, born .March 31, 
1900. 

Prince George Edw.ird, born December 
20, 1902. 

Prince John Franci.-. Charlo, born July 
12, 190.-,; died Jami iry IS. 19Ui. 

The Sunivlng SLHrrs of the King 

1. Princess Louise. Dowager Duchos of 
Fife (I.oui.>ia Victori.i AlcN.indra Dagmar) 
liiirn February 20, lh(i7; married July 27, 
isso. to the Duke ..f Fife, died 29lli .ianii- 
iry. 1912. Issue two daughters: (I) .\lex- 
indra Victoria. Duchos of Fife, born May 

27. 1S91; married (fctober Vt. 191.i. Prince 
Arthur of Comiaughl; (2) M.uul \lr\.iMilr,i. 
I'.'rn .\pril 3. 189:i. 

2. Princess Vicl.nia Alexandra dlg.i 
M.n\. born .IiiU I., l.MiS. 



3. Princess Maud, Charlotte Mary Vic- 
toria, born X'ovember 2t,". 1S()9; married 
July 22, 189C, Charles, second son of the 
Crown Prince of Denmark, chosen Kinc of 
.Vorway, X'ovember, 190.5. Has one son, 
Olaf. 

DO.MIXIOX GOVKUXMKXT 
Seat of Clovernmcnt at Ottawa. 

Goirrnor-General 
His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire. 
KG., G.t .M.G., G.C.V.O., P.C. 

Stair 

Cn>vernor-General"s Secretary and .Mili- 
tary Secretary.— I.ient.-Col. The Hon. II. G. 
Henderson. 

Private Secretary and Dci.uly of Gover- 
nor-Gcncrar-, S<cretary. -.Vrthur F. Sl.iden, 
C.M.G., C.V.O. 

Comptroller of the Household.— Lord 
Itichard P. Xevill, C.M.G.. C.V.O. 

Aides de Camp.— Lt. G. G. Forte-cue. 
Royal Xaval Volunteer Ueser\e: C.iptain 
Viscount Hugh W. O. Molyneux. Koval 
Horse Guards; Captain H. J. Cator. M.'c, 
Royal Scots Grexs; Lt. M. H. Macmillan. 
Grenadier Guards. 

Cabinet 

Prime Jlini.^itor and S.cr.i;ir> of Slato fur Ex- 
tcriml Aftnirs. Rl. llun. .Sir Koburt L. Bordi-n. 

President of the Privy founcil. Hon. N. \V. 
Kowrll. 

Minister of TmUf nnd Commcrci', Rl. Hon. 
."Sir George Kiil.i.s Fnsli-r. 

Minist.-r of Militia and Defence, MajorGinl. 
Hon. C. -S. M,«l,urn. 

.Mini.stir of Acriculture Hon. T. A. frcrar 

Minister of Vinanct Hun. Sir M'. T. White 

^lini.ster uf Customs and inland Rev,.uiir 

Hi.M. A. L. Sifton 

Minister of .Tustiee Hon. C. J. U..!ieriv 

Mini.si. r of R^iilwa.vs nd Cjinnls. Hon J. P K.id 
.Mii.islrr of Murine and Kisli.-ries. loid Moi- 

isl.r of .Nnval Servire. Hon. C. f B.illio.tvn.- 
Mniist.r of I'l.l.lic Works. ..Hon. K. I}. t:irv. 11 
MiMi.i.r of the Int.rior . . . ll,.n. Aiiloir M.i::)ien 

l'..Mni..>ler-C;eniri.l Hon. P. K. Blondin 

s. .r.iKr.v of s-inle .ind .Mini.sler of .Min—. 

Hon. M.nrtin U.irr. U 

Minister of Labor Hon. G. I). KmIi.tisou 

s,.|i, iior-Oeneral H-.n. Huirli (iutlirie 

Mioisi.r ol |]iMiiiL.nMion .-Mid r.,h>ni/iili..n. 

Il..n. .7. A. Calder 
Minist.r .if .•<„l,li, rs' rivil R.-Kstal.lishnient. 

1 1. .11 .-^ir .Jaiu.s Lou,:lieed 
Miiiist.is \> Mil. .Ill i...iir..lii.. Il..n. Knink Cieh- 



DOMINION OF CANADA MISCKl.I.ANEOLS INFORMATION Ul 

Clerk of the Privy Council.. Rodolphe Bomlreau ^ „ „ r^i ^,""h^- i^?*..?"*',,^.! , ■ 

Asst. Clerk of the i-i-ivj- Council.. F. K. Bennetts E. H. S. Floo.1 Bridgcto« n Barbaaof ; asent 

.secretary of Imperial and Foreign Corre.- al.o for the Bermuda., and Bru,.h Guiana 

pondence Williani Mackenzie Cable address. Canadian. 

China 

B. (T. Members of the Senate J- '^Y- Ross 13 Nanking Koad, Shanghai. Cable 
' address, Cancoma. 

Suon W -^'"hatVord " vrncouv;'r H. A. Chishol.n. SOl'^lnti.ua. Casa de Corres. 

Albert E.PIanta ...■.■.•.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.'.'.■.. -Xanaimo Teniente Key 11, Havana. C^ble address, 

George H. Barnard Victoria Lantracom. -„„,„ 

James D. Tavlor Xe»- Westminster ^, , „ , _ „ °," , , n ■ 

(I Vacancv ) Hercule Barre, 17 Boulevard des Capucmes, 
11 »acan>.j.; P&t\s. Cable address. Stadacona. 

n. C. Memhers of the House of Co,.„nons. ^,^^ ^^,^ .^^ Zuidl,laa^k°!??°K„„erda,n. Cable ad- 

Bonnell. Saul Fernie dress. Waterinill. 

^:;;;p:?;^i^:;i^d';^.^:;::;::::;:;::^-="r W, McL. aark. Wa^Slo Cattaneo, .. MHan. 

Crowe. Sanford J Vancouver table address. Canadian. 

Fulton. Frederick .T KSinloops Japan 

Mcintosh. John C Esquimalt A. E. Bryan. 53 Main St . Yokohama. Cable ad- 

McQuarrie. Wm. G '. New Westminster dress. Canadian. 

Peck. Cyrus W Prince Kupert Newfoundland 

Stacey. Frank B Uiilliwack w. B. Xichol.son. Bank of .Montreal Bldt-.. Water 

.^itevens. Harry H A ancouver ^, y, j„hn >. Cable address. Canadian 

New Zealand 

\V. A. Beddoe. Union Bld^- , Customs St.. Auck- 

Ilinh CommUswnerS Office. London. '"■"' C»'''' "ddress. Canadian. 

Siberia 

NV. L. Grimth, ..cc; Christopher Jo.oph " cabir^aX'^s. 'canld";"!," '''" "' '■"""^"*'°'^- 

Taylor, asst. .sec, 19 Victoria St., London South Africa 

S.W. Cable addrcs.s, "Dominion", London. ^^ cible'^lTd're^s"'cl^ntra"lm" "'''~ ' *'"'"' '^°''"' 

South Eastern Europe 

List of Officials Employed in the Canadian L D. Wilgress. ^^.^^^ ^,__^^^^^__ 

Oovernment Service, in the United Harrison Watson. 73 Basin,-hall St . London. 

, , ,1 r. EC i. England. Cable address, Sleighing. 

Kmgdom and on the Con- London 

tinent of Europe ^ ^EorsyU. ^^^jji^^^f '^^.f^--^^^ ^^,^';; 

,„,,„..,_, J E. Kay. 1 St. Anns Sq., Manchester. Cable 

England.— J. Obed Smith, CoinmisM.incr address. Camracom. 

of Emigration for Canada, 11-13 Charinir '• , JhT''t'Vf'"n!!;ol'-\"Me a.W^^^^ 

Cro.ss, London, S.W.; A. O'Kt-lly, 130 Cor- x' i) Johnston. Sun Bldg.. Clare St.. Bristol. 

poration St., Birmingham; John Cardilc. '' "" ' 

81 Queen St., Exeter; Fred. ^V. Kerr, IS Canadian Oovernment Commercial Agents 

Lord St., Liverpool; ,T. II. I.oiiL'h, K! I'arlia- Australia 

ment St., York; Wm. Gri.hth. in charge. 51 '^ ^^I^'^-- ^^- «°>"' ^■""-'•^^ »'■''=• ^>>'"'>' 

Ca.stlc St., Carlisle. BrlUsh West Indies 

Seotland.-0. G. .U.l,ihald. 11.! l-nio„ St.. ^••'^,; Jl^'tan^SIln"" ^"■""' '"'""'' ''"'''" 

Aberdeen; Fred. Caiopbell, 107 Hope St.. II. H. Curry. .Nassau. Bahamas. 

-.,,_. Norway and Denmark 

Ireland. -.John Webster, 17-111 Vieloria NoV«ar"T«ble' addret's.' Sontums. 

St.. Belfast ; i:d. OKellv, U Dawson St., ,. , , , „■ 

Enlarged Cnnndinn Trade Intelhgenic 

Wales.— S. W. I'li^'b, '.'S-J!! Iliirli Street, Under the arranireinent made by the Miii- 

^■.,^^^;ff istcr of Trade and Coiiiineree witli Sir 

Fr.inee.— Paris (olliee elosed). Edward Grey in .Inly, liHJ, the Depait- 

nient is able to present the following list of 

(•(uii./;,ni dn-rrnmint Trade Cummis.yinners the more important IJritlsh Consulates « liu,, 

Argentine Republic. , ,tl„. . i. ......e.-r i,„„,l.i.-v fi-.n,, .nd ,'i\.- 

» s Webb. Keeon.iuisin .\,.. Hv lli.eu... .\iies Otlu e to ,iiis«ir iinpiin.s I i ..lul ;.u. 

Cable Address. Canadian. Iilfoniiation lo C.in.icli.iiis u lio wisb lo <-ori- 
Australia ,, ,, , , , ,,.. i. ,,,,i|,.,. 

D, H. Ross. Box 140 IHM). Mell me: olliee ^ siill llieio 111 lei.uiue I.) ir.ui. iiuaii-. 

Stock Exchnngo Uldc. Melbourne. Cable a.l Brazil 

dress, Canadian. ii..i,',„ ii,,i,^i, i ,,„,„| 

Brazil K ' ! e l,!nein. Ilritlsb Cou.ul (Jenenil 

G. U. Johnson. P.O. Box -.lliil. Kin .!.• Juneiro. ' 

ofliw. Una Goncalves Bias 3o. Kio de Janeiro. Chile: „ , ,. , ,. , 

Ura«il. I'abU- address. Canadian. Nalparaiso, llriii-h I ..r.>u nerai. 



DOMINION GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS IN BRITISH COI.IMIU A 



Colombia: sentation in Canada, ?re invited to >-omi- 

Bogota. British Consul General. . , .,. ,, j ■ , 

Ecuador: n.umcate with the undermenuoned:- 

Quito. British Convul Grneral The Senior British Trade Commissioner in 

Guayaquil, British Consul. Canada, and Newfoundland. 367 Beaver Hall 

Egypt: square. Montreal. Que. 

Alexandria. British Consul General. The British Trada Commissioner (for Ontario 1. 

j.j^„ce: -'17-260 Confederation Life Building, Toronto. 

Havre. British Consul General. °"4.i,o R^wui, t-»,i« r„„.„,i=cin^„r H .. .>> = 

Marseilles, British Consul General. ,. J/jf^ Pro' inceT and Brit" h Columhi.'" hlo 

India: , , ;, . , Kl, . trio Rihvay Chambers. Winnipec. Man 
Calcutta Director General of Commercial 

Intelligence. British Trade Commissioners Servir.- 

Genoa, British Consul General. , In connection witli the British Trade Coin- 
Milan. British Consul. inissioners Service which is now beins e^tal.- 
Mexico: ,,,.„...> .i 
Mexico. British Consul General. nshed m Briti.sh posscs.sions over.scas tiie 

Metheilands: British Govcriiiiicnt lias i>Iarod the .sit< iees 

Panr.^"'""'' '*"""' ^''"""'' "f *'''■ ■r"'''^ Coinniissioiirrs at the disposal 

Colon. .Brtish Consul. of Canada especiallv in those oversea-. Brit- 

■ Pero""""' ^"'"^ Vice-Consul. j^,^ possessions where Canada has no repre- 

LiiuB, British Vice-Consul. .sentatives of its own. The address of the 

Portugal: Briti.sh Trade Coiiiiiiissioner for India and 

Lisbon. Britiih Consul. „ , ,t ■>. m- i <^ 

Spjj„. Ceylon is,-H. M. 1 rade t omnussioner. 

Barcelona. British Consul General MeI.eod House, 28 Dalhoiisie Siiuare. Cal- 

Madrid. British Consul. ., , ,. 

Sweden: ^""«- ''"'"'• 

Stockholm. British Consul Additional addres.ses will lie ^'iven .n.; ap- 

Swltzerland: , pointiiicnts are made. 

Geneva. British Consul. ' 
Uruguay: 

Monte Video. British Vire-Coniul. Commercial Inlelliifinre Service 

^'carari"" British Vice-Consul Canadian Trade Commissioners and Com- 

niereial A(;ciits should be kept supplied with 

,,.,.,,.,„ . . . ^ . catalopues, price lists, discount rates, etc., 

Ilnlisli Trade Committinnera in Cannila c • r 

and the names and addresses of trade repre- 

Canadian importers and others desirous sentatives by British Columbia exporters, 

of obtaining information rcfrardlnp the e\- Cat.ilofrues should state whether prices are 

port trade of the United Kiiipdoi i and at factory point, f.o.b at port of shipment. 

British manufacturers desirous of repre- or which is preferable, c.i.f. at forei<rn port. 

Dominion Government Departments 

in British Columbia. 

DKPAKTMK.VT OF AGIUCLLTL Ki; ' I KNi.erimonlnl Stations) 

Acn^si^ \V. H. HicI,. Supt. 

(Health of Animals Branch) Sidney Lionel Stevenson, Supt. 

W. II McKenzie, Chief Veterinary Insp. for Inveremere . .Newton. Supt. 

B. C : Orlice; 4, 2n llnslinKS St. K. Vancouver ."*u"i""-iland R. H. Helmer, .■<upl. 

K A. Ilrnce, I'atholncist Agassiz .k<.v nri-ici.- 

11 II S. Oeorce. M.K.C.V.S Knmloops A.s.sA\ Of. t K K 

\\ U 11.11. VS Instiector, Kamlool.a Maimer— Geo. Middlelon. 

Win Thomson. V.S Keremeos .•hH Granville .St., V,i,i.v..ver 

I \V. Kraiik V.S Nelson 

K. Ch.-ter. V.S New WeMminster UiiARn OF PK\SIO.\ COMMISSIONKKs 

Il"s 1 ;^';:."'*'- V « ^"""t '■■":'" «•• rn.ers.m. 201, 470 Granville St . V„ne..„v,r 

II w.' Mustard. \.><. ::::::::::::: vanemiver •' ""^I'-i' -"*■ "-•" \'"" ■•^< • ^ '■•••■^i" 

" M"''"'>"i<ie, V.S Victoria „ ,, PK.NTI'K NTI AUV 

(Live Sl..ek Branch) •'"'"' <' Hi""". "^o.I.ti N.w \VeMM,iii,ter 

,, , . , „ (Fruii Division) ..... ,i .,,.,,., , .,,i|,. .. ,i,,ii...; . i,;,l 

U. 1 I i; I. I larke. ciiiif Inspector. 2n lln^tine- ""' <!' |'i M im ril i. . lints iliihes ,i^ i ml 

( K..1.1I Branch) , ^^^'^, ,.^,.|.,|. i,^ ,„, ,||.„. |,|,i„irlHl i.>ti> II 



n 



DOMINION U(JVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS IN BKITISH COLUMBIA 



enters and clears vessels, both foreisrn and 
coastwise. It receives ex])ort and in transitu 
entries. It attends to rej.Mstration and trans- 
fer of shipping. Ports followed by outports 
and preventive stations in British Columbia: 

ABBOTSFORD William TurnbuU. Collector 

ALDERGRDVE Sam Campbell 

HL'NTt.NODOX W. L. Blatchfora 

CHANBROOK Henry White. Collector 

KIXGSGATE A. J. Chisholm 

KYKERTS J. C. Rykert 

FEBNIE W. H. Gates, Collector 

illCIIKl Georsre Ellis 

X?;WGATE J. A. MacDonald 

LOOyVILLK George Dinisdale 

GRAND FORKS R. R. Gilpin. Collector 

CARSON J. A. Stewart 

CASCADE CITY An^iis Cameron 

GREENWOOD Huch McCutcbeon. Collector 

BK1DE.SV1LI.E Allan F. Eddv 

MIDWAY R. D. Kerr 

MY.NCASTER A. Porter 

NANAIMO H. L. Good. Collector 

CU.\IBERLAN]> J. S. Bannerman 

DUNCA.N E. A. Brettincham 

LADYSMITH Thos. D. Conivay 

OCEAN KALES S. D. Raymond 

I'OKT M.BERXI Fred Street 

UNION' HAY B. S. Abrams 

BAMFIELU CREEK W. A. lIcGee 

KILDONAN H. P. Large 

NELSON Georco Johnstone, Collector 

KASLO O. T. Stone 

WANETA K. A. Alder^mith 

NEW WESTMINSTER I'erev R. Peele. Collector 

I.A DN KK E. A. Bown 

STKVKSTON .1. K. Murrhison 

WHIIK KOCK W. E. John-on 

BOI NPAKY LINE E. T. Calvert 

DOltil.AS A. J. Smith 

I'AriEIC HIGHWAY A. K. Westland 

PENTICTON J. S. Ilealcs. Collector 

OSDYOOS G. S. .Ivrinvn 

I'KINCKTON W. L. Uoiilt 

SIMII.KAMEEX M. C. Chamherlnin 

KELOW .\A A. ». Weddell 

PRINCE RUPERT J. H. Mrl^od. Collector 

ANYOX E. }t. T Hyde 

BITEDAEE F. D. Htieston 

STEWART W. C. Cameron 

AKRANOAI.E A. X. Palerson 

MASSETT Chas. Harrison 

REVELSTOKE B. R. Atkini. Collector 

ASIICKOKT Melville Brvson 

COI.nKN S. E. }Inml.ly 

KA.MI.OOI'S Thos. Howell 

VKUNON George Hoss 

ROSSLAND D. B. Stevens. Collector 

TATEKSON W, M. Wood 

TKAII A. E. Campbell 

VANCOUVER A. B. Carey, Collector 

C. A. Worsnop. Surveyor 

AI.KRT HAY Murray O. Polls 

UUITANMA nEACH K. Seolt Slnrk 



.A. M. 



MAY 



DEPARTMENT OF FIXAXCE 
Dominion Government Savings Bank — 

Doutjlas B. iicConnan, ^lanaf;e^ 

Assistant-Receiver General, Douelas B. McCoiinan 

Bond Transfer Branch— 103. SOO Government 

St.. Victoria.. D. B. .McConnan, Pro-Kegistrar 

INCOME WAR TAX OFFICE 
C. H. Clendenning, Inspector, 701, 626 Pender 

St W., Vancouver, 
J. H. Ross, Assistant Inspector, 309^800 Govern- 
ment St., Vietoria. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

.T. A. Dawson Analyst in charge 

W. H. Hill Assistant Analyst 

J. Rickey Food Inspector 

326 Howe St.. Vancouver 

IMMIGRATIOX DEPARTMEXT 

"\Ia'kolm"R. J. Reid Inspector^ V.uh uum r 

A. E. Galpin Inspecto^,-^"a^|;"^Vl■[ 

T. Elliott Inspector, Vane. iu\>r 

C. E. Wilson Inspector, Van ..;x.; 

H. M. Pickles Inspector, Van o.ivi, 

D. E. Hvndman Inspector, Vaii n, ,: 

F. W. Taylor Inspector, V.n ; • r 

A. E. Skinner... Travelling Inspector. Va'. .. : 

.' Speed Inspector, \ i. i r.i 

»r t;. L. Millari Medical Inspector. Vict.ina 

S N. Reid Agent, Victoria 

Inspectors 

P. Howard Abbolsford 

J . McPhee Abbolsford 

.). Rurketl Abbolsford 

E. .\. Pooley Aldergrove 

E. H. Hyde Anyox 

R. Srolt Stark Britannia Beach 

A. F. Eddy Bride, viUe 

.1. Stewart C.irson 

R. B. Halhead Ch. ok.i.uis 

.). GrifRs D.Mijlns 

P. T. MrCallam Grand Forks 

F. D. Connelly Ladysmith 

E. D. Brown I.adner 

K. I). Kerr Midwav 

H. L. Good Nan.iim.. 

<;. F. Jermin O-ovn... 

Robert Allan Ocm. r.ilU 

It. R. Whitely Pacific lli_liN..,> 

Rol.t. Collishaw Pacific lh-l.> .m 

W. M. Wood P^iii I T 

C. n Flewin Port Sm. - 

Ur. X. McNeil Agenl. Princ i: ; . , 

R. Banhaiii Powell i; i 

W. Graham U.-lin 

.1. T. Kykerls Rvkerl, 

.M. Chainherlin Similkame.i, 

W, Cameron Slewnrt 

H. IV Glover Union H.iy 

A. C. O'Xi il W,nul:> 

.1. A. McAllister While Pa^s 

r. M Murpl.v While K... k 

F. C. Cornish While Hock 

n. McNamara While R>.ck 

y. F. Guinn..'.'.'lnveslicatini: Officer. Vancouver 
.1. C. Kirk.Insp. Chinese Iin,nii;ration. Vancouver 
Paul Schnlonnc. .Chinese Interpreter. Vancouver 

Yip Sing Chinese Interpreter. Vancouver 

George A. Stevens Accountant. Vancouver 

.1. W. Rni'dul Clerk. Vancouver 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 

\V. E. Ditrliburn. Chief Insp.rlor Vi.ioria 

A Mi'graw. . iMM'e.lnr Ii..li:in AL-encies. Veinon 
W H. And.r.son. .Iii-|. In.li:,i. Oirhnrds. Vi.N.ria 



DUMIMUX GOVKRN.MEXT DKi'AKTMENXS IN BRITISH COl.LMlilA 



S; h, T; Gitlbraith.Kool^nay At'fnc}-. Fort Steele 
\N..\r. Halliday..Kwa»kewlth Agency. Alert Bay 

U. 'j/al'i|i' . .Lytlon Atiency. Lyltoii 

«. t. Callinsun .\aas Kiver. i'rince Kupert 

Tetrr Byrne... \. WeMiuinster Agency. X West. 

i\ J. Ball Ukanngan Afency. Vernon 

Tho-. Dea>y. . .yueen Charlotte .Acencv. Mas.'ett 
W. Scott biinpson. Slikine Ai,-y. Tele;;ra|ih Creek 
C. C. Perry, »keena Kiver Aseniv. I'rince Kupert 
W. J. JlcAllan. Stuart Lake Apency, Fort Fra>er 

C. A. Co.x West Coast Agency. Alberni 

A. O. Daunt Williams Lake Agency. Clinton 

I.NLA.SD KEVENLK DEPAKTMK.NT 



mall liquor, vinegar, perfumes, extract.*, phanna- 
ceulical pr. par ilions. ele. 

Al>o th.' c'.lloclion of excise lax on automo- 
biles, tea. jewelry, movin,- picture lilnis. matches, 
playing cards, drugs, patent medicines and toilet 
articles. 

Vancouver. 712 Pender St. W. 

G. A. Allen Collector 

James Thorl.urn Deputy Collector 

Outports Deputjr Collectors 

\Vm. Wolfinden .New Westminster 

T. J. Scanlon .Nelson 

R. H. Bro«n Fernie 

Thomas Howell Kamloops 

B. R Atkins Revel.toke 

H. Whyte Cranlirook 

R. R. Gilpin Urand Forks 

A. K. Campbell Trail 

J. H. Collett .Merriit 

Alex. Bell Princeton 

1 S. K. Hamtiley Golden 

)• Victoria 'Jiiil.Hoo Uuvernnienl M. 

' J. K. Miller District Inspector. Victoria 

I Richard Jone. Collector. Victoria 

I D. O Sullivan Dep. Collector. Victoria 

John Sha« Dep. Collector. Nanaimo 

NOTE — In towns where depulv .'i>llectors o( 
I Inland Revenue are not Inraleil! the Customs 

I UIKcers attend lo Inland Revenue l>usine>s. 

. D£PART.\IKNT OF THE IXTERIOU 

Dominion Waier Power Brunch 

I British Columbia Hydro trie .Survey. 

i The Briti^li ('..luinbia llv.Iro iric .Purvey is 

I a part of ti.e Wnter Po».r' l»r«uch. Department 

i of ihe Int.ri..r, i>tia«n The w..rk o( Ibe sur- 



nd from Ashe 



undar 



study uf di^iluir,;e 
In Ihe I'rovint 
records »re obtained for 
reasons 



;lie more important 

Tl trenm How 

following principal 



l.ply 



ineni ..f h.v.lro.elerlric 

■■Hi. Ml to •Jli Ha'siings St.'Eas'l'. Vancmiver!'^ ' 

K (. Swan H.A.. ^c Chief Engineer 

C K. W.l.l., 11 A., .-^c Assl. Chief Engineer 

Division OIKce iu Kumloups. B.C. 



line. 11 
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the iTovi.ice by W. C. Colwell. of K;i 
Crown Timber Asent. E. W. Beckett. ' 

-N'ew Westminster 
Fire Ranger. Edw. Walmslcv, Dist Supervisor 

New Westmin.s'ter 
DEPARTMENT OF MARIXC 
Vancouver Harbor Commissioners 
A corporation created by Dominion Act of 
1 arliament. The Commission controls navigation 
within the harbour, and all works or opera- 
tions within its limits. The construction ot 
docks, piers, quays and buildings of any sort 
whatsoever. The prevention of encroachment on 
channels, the establishment of fairways an- 
choring and mooring of vessels, handling of 
explosives, the leasing of water lots. Ihe regu- 
lation of railwpy and other traftic on quays and 
wharfs controlled by the corporation, the Hxing 
of rates on goods landed or shipped in the 
harbour. They have the power to levy dues 
either on goods or ships and power to punish 
either by penally or imprisonment any ofTense 
against their bylaws. 
Lt. Col. U. H. Kirki.alrick. Chairman. 
> McCloy and A. R. MacKeniie Commissioner^ 

Harbour Master A. Heurtlev Reed 

' °", V"".*'" • ■ •,;. Capt. T. H VVorsnnp 

thief Engineer. \\ . Swan, 712 Pender St. W.. 



J. B. Campbell. 739 Has 



."^hipping 

.>^t. W., 
Steamship Inspectors. Hugh G. Robinson and 

.\lfred L. Hopper. 710 Hastings St. W., Vaii- 

Exaniiner Masters and Mates. C. Eddie. 200.6l« 

Pilot .Master, "capi William K. Hershank Ui i 
Masiing, SI. E.. Vancouver. 



Victoria 



.X^-.nt 



Col. A. W. K. Wilbv 

Shipping Master Capt. Geo. Kirken.!..!.- 

Harbor .Master ami Port Warden. Chas. E. Clarke 
Steamship Inspector* (boilers, machinery, hulls. 

and eiiuipmenl). W. J. Cullen and B. .Manlroi. 

1UU2 Wharf St. ' 

Pilotage District of British Columbia 

Capt. Barney L. Johnson. Supt . Dallas K..ail 

Wreck Commisisoner. Capl. J. D. Macpher.on. 

i'J'lo Government St. 



Esqnlmanlt 
II M C Dockyard. Capl. E H Martin. S 
Prince Rupert 

Cap' Saunders \, 

(cov.-ring territory south of Egg Island) 
"«■• <■ Master (apt McCros 

1)EPART.MENT OF .\AVAL SERVICE 

In Charge Fisheries Proleciion Service 

Hydrogtaphic Survey 



Radio Telegraph 
C. Branch. E. .T. tl.iiighlon. 



DOMINION GOVERNMENT DEl'AR 

Hatcheries 

Ai,.ler>oti Lake D. Bolhwell 

Cowichan Lake J. Caslley 

Bal.ine Lake H. L. Gibbs 

Gerrard Capt. J. X. Hamcr 

Harrison Lake Alex. Robertson 

Kennedy Lake J. K. ilarlin 

.New Westminster H. W. Do^k 

IVmberlon T. Graham 

Tilt Lakr J. McLsaac:, 

Kiver Inlet %V. Reid 

Skeena River J. Catt 

Stuart Lake L. C. Crawford 

THE MKTKOROLOGICAL OB.SKRVATORV. 
Gonzales Heights, Vietoria. 
i\ Napier Denison. Director. 

This inatitiilinii was erected in 1914. situated 
on Gonzales Heights, and cnmands one of the 
fine.st views in the world. Ji is the central 
(iffiee in British (^olumbia of the Dominion 
.Meteorological Service, where daily weather 
forecasts are issued, weather observations are 
received from numerous parts of the Province, 
and information bearintr on the climate of B.C. 
is furnished upon npi.liralion. 

The true tinw derived from astronomical ob- 
servations is Riven da.ly. locally by droppinL- a 
time ball, and Kenerally by telegraph and wire- 

Seisinot;raphs installed here record earth- 
quakes occnrrinir in numerous parts nf the 
world, and sjiecial researches are earned on 
relating to the probable causes of quakes and 
colliery gas explosions. 

Visitors' hours are from 3 In j p.m. 

VAXCorVKR MKTKOROLOGirAL OF?"ICK 
Post Office Bide.. Tl.". Hastings SI \V.. Vancouver 

Observatory— 2273 liih Ave. \V., Vancouver 
T. .S. H. Shearman Observer 

DKPAKTMKXT OK MIXES 

. Geological Surviy Branch 

Chns Cnmsell. B Sc . K K G.S. Geologist in charge 

A. .1. r. -Nt Hell Secretary 

\ Dolmiige Geologist 

MM. 744 Hasting, St. W.. Vancouver 

POST OKIICK DKPARTMKXT 
\.ineouvcr. -Ill llaslinga St. W 

Inspe.ior I. K. Murrav 

Supl. Ry, Mail Service f. t). Macl.eo.l 

Supi. Dead Letter Office . .G. A. D. Mailleue 

Postmaster F. K. Harrison 

Vlclorin, 800 Government St. 

iTispeclor E. H. Fletcher 

■ Postmaster II. V. Bish..p 

Xe» Weslminister. Colninhia Ave. 

Postmaster D. J. Mcyunrrie 

.Xanaimo. Front Street 

Posimnsler A. H. Home 

Prince Rupert, I'liiiil \ve 
P'siiun.ier R. L. Mclul..sh 

OKPAKTMKM- (IF PllM.IC WORKS 

IImv.'i:, merit I. lb.-,. In lli.- VmMiire. iiiilui'l !i!u 
Pest lllli.e. I'usl,.l„s. Inland Kevenue. Militaiv 
>.ivi.,-. Milil.Tcy Hospitals. Vbe„.ic:.l Lal.ora- 

I.Tl,,. .\ssny Oilier. <.:•, and i:le.l,-i,-ilv. lie..- 
I".:i.:>l. .Moiinl.-.l P.. 11.-,-. .\l;,M.'t' .\N.I.'>s an. I 

!<• .Milldisl.l.i.-h'l. 

Hm.,.„i \,-,l,il-.rl. Willin. Ilei rs..n. •Jie,'. «,.,, 

^■•1 l{,-v Ar.hil.'ct....(i. B. Brown. Vicl..ri.. 



fMENTS IN BUITISH COMMHI A 



.. J. C. Wright. 715 Hastings St. W. 
Kngineer.C. C. WorsfoUl. New Westminster 
District New Westminster, 
11,- Dist. Kngincer. A. F. Mitchell (V.I. Dist.) 



PARTMKXT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Dredging Branch 
Jriiish Ciilumbia Dredging Fleet 
great deal of dredging work was su 



nded 



the 



ork 



bin the reconstructive policy of the Govern- 
nt, it would be impossible at the present 
te to give an outline as to the future pro- 

I'his Branch, however, covers the entire Const 
iricl of B.C.. and the pn.minent vnrks wiiich 



uprov 



channel^in the'pra-.: i: ; , m',- 

F. H. Shepherd. Supt. of Dred;,-. s, P W ;> . 62|-. 
Pender St. W.. Vancouver. 

K. A. Burns. Accountant 

R. Hall. Inspector. 

K. K. Cuinming. Draughtsman. 

T. C. Walker. Kng. in charge of '•Mastodon" 
and other units at Vancouver. 

C. H. Revercomb. Dredging Insp.. 208. 800 Gov- 
ernment St.. Victoria. 

C. A. Brown. Kngineer in charge of "Ajax" «nd 
other units at X'ictoria. 

H A. Wils..n. Agent. New Westminster. 

I'apt. J. F. Go-se. Master of Dredge No. 30;1. 



Capt. W. .). I(..g 

Xew Weslmi.i^tei. 
Win. Rogers. Chf. Kng. of Dr 

Westminster. 



of Dredge Xo. 'J03. Xew 
Master nf Dredge Xo. 30:.. 
Xo 30j. Xew 



GOVKKXMKXT TKLKORAPH SKRVICK 
Cast aiKl Yukon District. .T. T. Phalen. S.i|i . 

411. H37 Hastings St. W. Van.ouver. 
Kanib.opsDkan.ignn and Koolenav District. W. H. 

-Stevens. .Supt.. Kamlo..ps. 
Victoria. Wm. Dee. Dist. Supt.. 1228 Govern- 



MOCXTKD POLICF 



Ks.iuimnll. Vin, 



I.ISIIMK.NI' 
Vancouver 



54 DOMINION GOVKUN.MENT DKI'AUT.MENTS IN BIUTISII COLUMBIA 

Mi-.Jical Kranch Dr A. P. Proctor. M.-.l Dir. WEIGHTS AXD MEASLRKS 

Medif.il Kecords tiranch A. M. Fiiniullur \ ir r..,,, „ , ., , ., ,, . . ,, 

^-r^^'^.^:-^!'a.u;;.e:o.- ^.^"^^ -%S' -^-^^ ^St^m-.^.- 

che!,trr; a'ol. voc. off. J. -M. Kal-ston. 
Inilii»lrial Kr-Education, W. A. Knl.crtsou. super- 



Sec also detailed list of de 
officials under ■Dominion Go 
various cities tliroughoul this dir 



Special Rep.. 
Medical Supt. 



Victoria 
.'*?^ .■.■.".■.'.■.' .A.' 'n.'^il^^UunaM CO.WSULAR AGE.VCIES I.\ B. C. 



Dr. C. -M. PearsH, .\I,J). 

Lneineering R. I. (Jlnisled. Res. Hnut. ; Vancouver 

Vocational \V. C. Winkel, bou, <i2>i View ftt. America— 

Inf. Service K. B. McLeod. iai Kastion V'''}"."=\ ?'• Rx'V.''- Consul-Genei 

Labor Bureau R. Burns, iDUl Liini.-lev t* G- Johnson, \ ice (.onsul. 

New Westminster "?44 Ha°st""s sC" \V ".".'■ 

Superintendent, ¥. .1. Watson, 44 tflh Si , .New Belgium— 

Westminster. John .Martin Whitehead, Consul. 

Lion Ladner, \'ice-Consul. 
779 Thurlow St. 

DOMI.VIO.V StJLDlEKS' SKTTLK.MKNT Ilc^.\RI.) ^""'— 

620. 470 Granville .St., Vancouver. 411 r-"nde''r Si'^Vm""' 

Capt. F. C. Krown. Dist. Supt. Chili — 

-Major G. G. Palmer, Asst, Dist. Supt. Hon. M. P. Morris, CousulGe 

Deals with applicatioiis. iiualilicatinns. and '"f^ Canada. 

i'n"VtTu'rn!ycitiTe"n,"ou"irrnn"^nmeri'i'es'" '"'^"' China— 

' ,, ° ' '""'"•■ Kohanp Weh, B.C. Consul, 

Field .>upervisors: 510 Hastings St. W. 

Cl.illiwack 



v'r""" W. A. Ward. Vice-Consul. H.C. and Vukor 

^^klr- ;;;:;::;:;::::;;:;.°:"'::".'r^'r!':'^ ?^'. MeQui.u„. co„sui, ,... .urd., s. 

Victoria ;t08. 62.-j Fort St. France — 

Major M. V. McGnire, a,,,,,. *'■ ^'^'^f''' («ct;ns Consul Ceneral for I! C. 

(apt. W. Turnbull. Assi. Supt. •» "^ Granville St 

Ilonduras — 

R. R M,iiiland, Consul B.C. 
TRADl; AND CO.M.MKKCK _ •*''0 Granville St. 

Electricity and Gas Inspection Xicola Masi Consul B C 

The F.le<lri,it> a. Hi Gas In.i tiou Acts re- ' 206 Union St. 

quire all eleclrieity and iriis meters 10 lie l»s|rd Japan — 

once ever.v live .vears and at any other lime S. Lkiln, Consul B C. J25 .Seymour St 

on request of consumer, for which a nominal fee Mexico— 

rhr'::;i.„... «„.> ,r, ., .., ...e elee.ric """ •^'- ^'- ^^""'- ^^^ ""''i"" -'" "^ 



The vollnge and frequency of the 



supply is reipiired to be krp 



NetherUnds^ 



Van RoL-sen, Consul B C 
nufnelured gas must '-i" Hamilton St. 

rd and K«» must be Norway-- 



nlly i.-.irni: to see that th. 



fullille 



all Departmental Russia— 

alibrnted. This Constanline RoBosine. B 



G. While, Consul, U9 Ale 
inline 

19 Je 



for calilnatint: fr'on an\ indiviilual or corporn- Sweden — 

tion outs.de of lb.- TJeparimeni. charKinir a fee K W. Wineh, 7:19 Hastings 

for such testius or calibration. Switzerland — 

.lames Stmt. Div Kni:in.er for \Ve>t.-rn Canada, S Giut/. burner. B C. and A 

71li Pender St , Vancouver. 
O T, Scnnler. Tnsp f..r Mainland of B c Victoria 

\V' A. Templeton. .^-st. Insp (or Mainland America— 
1) .s. Power. AssI Insp. for Mainland U l> Masb.r. Consul 

K de la Mare, Assl. Insp. for Mainlnn.l. IV .M .\e«rombe. \ i.eCnn 

^' "suiroflice'af n'i '"'''bc")' ^' """' '"'"' B='6'>'>''-l'rry. Consul. 

K ir'c!.Me\'lo."'le'rk V.'.rXan.ouver liflie... Norway— K A. Kuicher 

ernmeni .St \ittori.i. Outside Points. 

America- 



Norway -- 



SPORT IN THE CANADIAN' UOCKIES 




jnK Ihc l.inos of tin- Canadian Pacilic Itc 



NATLHE lias thr.mn U|. tin- Canaclian 
Rockus on so vast a scale tliat the 
liiiiiian mind can with difficulty jrrasji their 
•rrt-afncss, except by some comparison. The 
transcontinental trains take tu'enty-fiiiir 
lioiifs to pass from CiH'hranc, at tlie en- 
trance to the RiK-kies. to Mission, some 
forty miles east of Vancouver. Tlie sim- 
ple-* ]>aranel is that of the Swiss .Mps, 
wliieh throw their plant harrier betwein 
Italy and France. Two of the best known 
railway routes aero.NS the Swiss .\lps .in- 
the St. Golhard and the Simplon. .nul in 
each case only five hours (in pea<-i- linns) 
is t^iken by the e.xpn-ss trains- live Imurs 
on the SI. tioihard route from Lucerne to 
Conio; live hours ..n the Simplon routi- fnm 
I,.T.i-anne I.. An.na. When. Iherefore, Ed- 




ward Whymper, the hero of the Matterhorn. 
described the Canadian Pacific Rockies as 
fifty Switerlands thrown inti> one. this cer- 
tainly was no exafrjreration. Snowy peaks, 
plaeiers. rn"r;:ed precipices, waterfalls, foani- 
inp torrent.s. canyons, lakes like vast s.ip- 
I>hires and amethysts set in the pine-el.id 
mountains — these have been flunp loiretber 
in unparalleh-d profusion on a scale whieli 
Kurii|w has never known. 

As the train plides weslwanl up the Ion- 
transverse valleys — old prooves down which 
the spent plaeiers came from the hiplu-r 
mountains — the prospect prows more awe- 
inspirinp with every mile, till the train 
leaves the f.Hithills for the real Roekies- 
peaks that touch heaven for coldness. 

The colourinp is intense in the fure- 
prunnds; filled with soft suppesliim. with 
unpuessed witchery of semi-tonal shade, as 
the prospect di]>s and fades aw.iy from von. 
The skies are raw blue, the snow <ui the 
summits is whiter than sea-foam, whit.r 
than smniMi-r elmids. wliiti- with a iriisten- 
inp untouched whiteness thai cannot l.c 
n.Hued. 

The still valleys are full of Jade pine trees 
that fade into amethyst and pearl distances. 
The spray of a rtOd-foot eiilaract is like 
spun plass. The hupe Indk of a tireless and 
ape-old plaeier is milky preen. Tbi- rocks 
are of e\iry sh.ide and sulitle blendini.'' th.il 
Ihc palette of Ihe First Artist nuild pr... 
dnee. And llie perspeeliv,- effects arc like 
nolhinp Ih.it can I..- cauirlit wilh Ihe camera. 

Mere in this won.hr world, this I. it of ll« 
raw placial era let down inl.i ne.it .uul 
liliishc.l North .\nicrica. Ihe f.iiia.li ,11 Oov- 
eriiiiienl has preserved four National I'.uk. 
which dwarf into itisipnilieancc any oilier 



SPOUT IN" THE CANADIAN KOCKIES 






W..-,.,.J 



Ice Seracs. Ulecil 



;iaci 



parks in the world. There is RocJiv Moun- 
tain Parlv. with lioad(|iiartcrs at Banff; 
there is Yoho I'arli, rcaclied- from Field 
and Kniirald Lake; there is Cilacier Park, 
on the slopes of the Selkirk Mountains, 
farther west; the Revelstoke Park, over- 
lookinj; the Columbia N'allcy. Alto(:ether 
there are nearly 170 miles of the most won- 
derful carriage roads in the world; there 
are pony trails innumerable where you can 
see, between straight pine trunks, blue 
valleys that yawn to mid-most depths; and 
there are automobile roads in liein); or 
under construction, sueli as tlie Iliirhway of 
the Great Divide, from Banff, over Ver- 
million Pass by way of the Sinclair Canyon 
to the Windermere District of the Columbia 
Valley, down which it goes through the 
deep forest to the Crow's Xcst Pass. 

There are few achievements in histor) to 
parallel the layin); of the Canadian Pacific 
steel across untouclied wilderness and 
prairie to Caljtary (which appeared like the 
mapician's |)illar when the road tapped the 
plain), and from Calgary to the Coast over 
the Kicking Horse and through the Con- 
naught Tunnel. 

The track was laid despite unthinkable 
rnirineering difficulties; and has undergone 
one improvement after anotlier ever since. 



In the old days tl\c Royal train contain- 
ing the present King of Engl:iml as a pas- 
senger was hauled from Field to Hector bv 
five huge locomotives. To-day that old 4..; 
grade is a carriage drive, one jn the fairv 
spider-web of sight-seeing tours that radiate 
from Field. The main line now traverses 
the valley of the Kicking Horse River be- 
tween these two stations with an increased 
length of 4.1 miles and a maximum grade 
of 2.2 per cent. 

Two of the tunnels were engineered in 
spiral form. The first goes 3.200 feet into 
Cathedral Mountain and out again, issuing 
.5+ feet higher up than it entered. The 
second, under .^Iount Dgden, contains 2,910 
feet of curving excavation and secure^ a 
rise of +5 feet. The sight-secr can there- 
fore witness the strange phenomenon of a 



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Roped on Mount IJurt.^s 
railroad traversing the valley liy three liius 
at different elevations, crossing and re- 
crossing the river by four bridges. Two 
engines on the i-asy grade thus attained e.in 
do the same work that used to call for four. 

L'ntil December, l!)lli. the railway climbed 
o\er the top of Rogers Pass through a 
gorge, subject in winter to heavy snowslides. 
against which the track was protected by 
four miles of snowshcds. These arc now 
rvailed by the double. track Connaughf 
Tunnel, the longest in North .\mcrica. 
which pierces its way through Mount Mac- 
doii.'ild. From jmrlal to |iort,il this tunnel 
iiuasiires exactly live miles in length, but 
so straight is the line tli.it the exits are 
nrv. r out of sight. 

.>^., .Murli r..r »h.il 111.- IrMv.li.l- mm- , ll 
loiiti . Til.- slopping )it.ic.s .iiv even iii.ue 



..' MMin-liiie siL-bl 
I oMi.e. Field. K 



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SPOUT IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES 



music helps to pass the evennipr after a 
glorious clay. Banff has an excellent fruit" 
course near the hotel. Fi>hing, huntinjr. 
climbing, ridhip, drivingr, exploring, Alpine 
flower hunting, wonder-photo taking — these 
are the "friir' doings in the Rockies. The 
biggest and most solid pleasure is just 
lii-inf/ — living where the air has never been 
contaminated with soot, where you can go 
from sunmicr to snow any time you want 
to, where you don't need any alarm clock 
to- get you up, any cordial to put yo\i tu 
sleep, any dinner bell to tell you when it'> 
time to eat. 

The dining room of the Ranft Hote' 
seats 600 guests at a time, and the cuisine 
is up to Canadian Pacific standard — to say 
which is to say all. The hot springs pro- 
vide for ideal swimming even on the coolosl 
day, the 7.00 is perennially interesting, the 
boating and fishing will live in the 



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Packing throii»;li ih.- M..unl:iin^ 

of everyone who tries them. The Chat.-ai 
Lake Louise that smiles at you from the 
dinner menu before you get to it, is no le^ 
enchanting when you arrive, and you arriM 
hungry. 

Whatever the visitor hits or misses. In 
nmst arrange to stay over at Field. Ncm-i 
were there such carriage drives, siich pon> 
trails, such two and three day trips ii\to thi 
impenetrable silences. The Mount Ste|ibei 
House carries a full force of giiid.-s an( 
hor.ses, and the chalet at Emerald Lake i 
always re.idy with a welcome. 

Ncilhln- cmild be a more i.ni.iiic eMu-ri 
ence tbaii t,. (Irive out to KoKraUl 1 ..il.. 
and then lake the two d.iy ride via Yob. 
Pass and tb<-nre the high line trail to T«ii 
Palls. There is b..ating and fishing at Hi. 
cosy little chal.t .m Hi,' lake wliicb Vw-. ,1 
green as Knglisli grass, in lis s.tliii'.' .1 
'sombre hills. When the ti.iil bends n„rti 






R..cky ilounlain Shc.^^11 

toward the Falls, you climb into another 
world, .\cross on a sky-high meadow, 
in.mntain goats browse on. the cl.ise grass 
that is the sole form of verdure at that 
altitude. You pass over the torn and 
chiselled ))ath of a primeval glacier, like a 
vast, dry torrent bed. A marm.it whistles 
eerily, and jierhaps you catch a sight of 
his rock-grey head against the door of his 
house. Now and then a porcupine scuttles 
quillfuUy ahead of you. Strange birds flare 
acros.s the snow-sihnees, as sudden as a 
spoken word. 

The Twin Falls Ihemsrlvts are two huge 
roaring curtains of spray, tb.lr f.-ct lildd.ri 



L-tua 



Into rainlmw dust. 

■Ibe trail bends h.>m.ward lur.'. Y..u p.i 
solium little emerald lakes in the ne- 
i)f old cllft" glaciers; you reach l.augliii 
Falls in eight miles; and later sight t 
nev,-r-t.-bc-f.irgotten silv.-r thread 
Takakkaw, where there is an halting earn 
planted in the wo.nlsy mist of cedars ai 
wild blueberry bushes. 

The Crow's Nest Uoute of the Canadl^ 
Pacific is n postscript, crossing the K.iekl 
tiirther south than the main line. Hut mai 
folks think that It lives up t.i p.istscri 



n 



SPORT IX THE CANADIAN IIDCKIES 



Irterior I-ake Fishing 

important information. Tlie visitor wlio 
would fully and faithfully see Unrkyland 
should po by way of Banff, Lake I.ouisc, 
Field and Glacier on the main line, then dij) 
southward via Revelstokc .ind the Arrow 
lakes to the Kootenays, or by the Okana^an 
Valley or tlie new Kettle ^■alley Railway 
to Southern Brili-h Coliiinlii.i. There arc 
wonderfully heautifiil water> and moun- 
tains all the way. 

■While Imntinjr i.s forbidden within the 
National Parks in the Canadian Pacific 
Rockies, there is majrnificent sport to be 
had outside the Park lii.iits. and the Can- 
adian Pacific Railway Hotels are pHid out- 
fitting points for sonic of the best luintinsr 
grounds. British Columbia is the last honic 
of the jrriz/.ly, that monarch of the bear 
family. He is to be found in the East 
Kootenay and at I.illn..it. and in some parts 
of Okanapan, the best time to hunt hiiiifr 
May. 

The Rocky Mountain goat, whose uncanny 
beard gives him almost a luiman appear- 
alice, has his home among the peaks of the 
Canadian Pacific Rockies. He is a. brave 
and fearless fighter, and is more than a 
match for any dog that dares to attack him. 
His sharp and needle-like horns and slnmL', 
l>ointed hoofs are excellent wcaj)ons of dc- 



r 



fence against his enemies. He is the most 
daring of all iiiountain.clinibcrs, fearless. 
sure-footed, and delights in scaling great 
heights and taking perilous leaps across 
chasms. His coat is white, soft and fluffy, 
and the color has the effect of magnifying' 
his size, which is usually about thirty-fivt- 
to forty inches at the shoulder. When full 
grown he weighs from 200 to 2-50 pounds. 
He has practically no enemies save men 
and eagles. AVbcn danger threatens lie 
climbs up or down tlie steepest precipice he 
can find, and there is no wild creature 
without wings that can follow him. 

The Bighorn or Rocky Mountain sbee]i 
is to-day considered the most valued prize 
obtainable by the sportsman. Its home i> 
among the fastnesses of the Canadian 
Pacific Rockies. This animal is of a sus- 
jiicious nature, but is sure-footed and self- 



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Spring Salmon 

reliant in its mountain home and will e>c;ipc 
over rocks which the hunter finds impossible 
to traverse. Its flesh is pronounced by 
epicures to be the most delicious of the 
world's panic and its massive wide-spread 
ing horns make a beautiful ornament. Of 
all Canadian game the Bighorn is most 
wary and diiricult to bag. His vigilance is 
admirable and <Hice he lias regained the 
liiglur ground, after fettling during the 
early morning, only the combination of luck 
and skill will secure a successful shot. 

The best country for hunting the common 
BiL-horn is that porthm of the I.illooet 
District roughly described as being north 
and south .if the brid-.- .it Chilcoteii River 
and cast and west „( the Ft.is.r River, at 
Cbilci. I..ik.'. l-he town of I.illoiKt is 
're.ichcd by sl.ig,- from I.MIom. Cliiilon or 
<\shcrofl." CimKs e.m he oicUed in. .it 



SPOUT ON VANCOrVEH ISLAND 



Sport on Vancouver Island 



THP: opportuiiitirs for -sli....tinfr ami fi-h- 
inj; on Vancouver Island are un^u^- 
passed. The fisherman may find sport all the 
year round, while the hunter ha< a wide 
range — from jrame birds to black bear. 
Good hotel acconimodatiim is to be had close 
to shootinp and fishin;: (.'rounds, while canip- 
inp sites are also plentiful. 

The Game Fish of the Island. 

Trout fishinp, including; steelheads, which 
are classed as trout by the Provincial Gov- 
ernment, can be had on Vancouver Uland 
at all seasons of the year, these fish beinv 
found in practically all the streams and 
lakes. The most common variety is the cut- 
throat trout. They are caught both with a 
lly and by trolling. 

Steelheads have been variously cla<i.sed by 
dlfFcrent authorities as salmon and trout. 
They attain to a large weight and give fine 
sport on a good-sized salmon tlv cxpcrllv 
fished. 

Kreshwater black bass arc not native to 
the Island, but have been introduced with 
success into several lakes. 

Scientifically speaking, char is the correct 
term for some of the varieties of so-cilliii 
trout, notably the F.astern Canadian brook- 
trout. The bolI\ \arilen trout is lypir.illy 
a char in structure and b.ihils. It .itl.iiiis 
to a large weight and gi\es very line ".iiort 
on spinning tackle or a sahiioii Hv, In'ing 
found chiefly at the outlets of the larger 
Island lakes. 

The following sportsman's calendar gives 
the approximate hunting and fishing oppor- 
tunities month by month throuL'bout tlir 
year. There is a continuous close season on 
all game, open seasons being declanil U\ 
(>rdcr-in-('ouncil. The list below gives the 
usual open periods. Information rcgardint' 
licenses and seasons slioiild be always ob- 
tained beforehand from the Provincial 
Game Warden, a Deputy Warden or Gov- 
ernment .\geiit. The fishing seasons set out 
lielow remain unchanged from year to year. 

Thr Sportsmiin's Ciilrnilar 
.'an. Vor thr Shoolrr: Diirks. Gci-Mr. Sniiir 

F.T the Pishrrmtn: liril><> in Halt w.inr 
Hith A pond fhiinri* for A Sprini; SaIiikmi. 
.xtrrlhrad in nnntidal unli-rs. 
tVb. Kor Ihe Shm.lor: l)iirk.«. «fr»e. Snip* 

For llir Fiiliernian: OriUi-, Spring Saliium 

Mar. Vor tin- .•^honicr: Gpi-ik- (Urant and Can- 



the 



Deor. Ducks. 



For the Fisherman: Trout. Sprint: S.nlnu.i, 
Coho Salmon. Black- Bass. 

Oct. For the Shooter: Grouse. Deer. Duck» 
Geese. Snipe, Pheasants. Quail. Bear. 
For the Fishfrman: Trout, Spring Salmon. 
Coho Salmon. 

XoT. For the Shooter: Grouse. Deer, Ducks 
Geese. Snipe. Phea.sants, Quail. Bear. 
For the Fisherman: Trout until November 
15th. Cohoes. November 15th. Trout fish- 
ing closes and .Steelhead lishins opens. 

D.-C. For the Shooter: Grouse. Ducks, Ge.se. 
Snipe. Pheasants, Quail; Deer until De- 
ce.Tiber 15th. December 13th deer-shoot- 
inc end.<. December 31st. Pheasant. 
Grouse and Quail shnoiing ends. 

Ffathered axd Fcrred G.vme of the 

IsiJVN'D 

The pheasants found on the Island are the 
Chinese or common ring-necked, often er- 
roneinisly termed Mongolian. The law al- 
lows the killing of cock birds only. 

Willow grou.sc is the popular n.imc for the 
rulfed grouse, which is coiiiiiion throutrhout 
the country. The blue, sooty or pine uroiise 
is a tJMiber bird which is i>Ientiful all over 
the Island. 

Two kinds of quail have been introduced 
with success on Vancouver Island, the Cali- 
fornia valley ipiail and the mountain quail. 

Brant are shot almost entirely over de- 
coys and from shore blinds. The birds arc 
excellent for the table. Low shore points 
and .sandspits are best )>laccs for this sport. 

Canaila geese arc shot in large numbers 
up the east and west coasts of the Island. 
I.ive decoys are best, sheet iron profile de- 
coys taking second place. 

.Snipe are found in the ditches in the fields 
during November and Occeinlicr and on the 
II. lis around the lakes and low-lying meadows. 

.Mallards, widgeon, pin-tail, biilllc-hcad. 
golden-eye, blue-bills jind some leal make 
up the greater portion of the duck tribe 
found on the Island. 

HIacklail Deer are numerous in .season, 
.ind found in nearly all parts of the Island. 
Deer-hiinling with dogs is illegal. 

ni.ick iH-ar are found all over Vancouver 
Island. Some ginid sized spei-iiiiens arc. shot 
every year, and while they are occasionally 
seen from the roadside, it rcipiircs good 
dogs and a guide acipiainted with the coun- 
try to get tliciii, as a rule. 

Wapiti (.\mericaii Klk) arc found in the 
interior of Ihe M.ind, hut at present arc 
protecird for a term of years. 

Cougar, known varioiislv .is panther or 
mountain li.m. are plenlifiil in many dis- 
tricts. To hunt lliiiii with suci-css. it is 
iieiessary lo ■•iiipiov -""hs wh.i will ).roviile 
siiil.ilile dogs, 'fill- rroviiiei:i! (iovi rimicnt. 

them as vermin, as aUo wolws. 

WoU.s, both l.la.k .ind grex. .,fr foun.l ill 
Ihc iiorlhern and iiorlb«rste'rn districts of 
\;.i..,.inrr Island. I. ill ire s.-ldoni seen bv 
Ihr e.isii.'il biinler. Itoiiiilv. S\r, .i head. 



THE GRAND TULXK TACIFIC UAILWAV 



The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and 

Steamships Serve Central British' 

Columbia and Coast Districts 



THE Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 
traverses the heart of Central Uritisli 
Columbia, servinfr the choicest tourist, airri- 
eultural, mining and industrial districts, 
includinir the fertile Bulklcy and Nechaco 
Valley districts, reaehinfr the coast at 
Prince Rupert. From a scenic point of view 
the grandest scenery of the Canadian Rocky 
Mountains is located on the (Jrand Trunk 
Pacific. In fact, from its entrance of tin- 
mountain country throufrli the Yellow lua-l 
Pass, Jasper Park and Mount Robson 
Park, along the Bulklcy and .Skcena Rivers, 
it is a continuous panorama for unsurpass- 
ed mountain scenery. It is a lour of a 
thousand wonders. The steamship "Prince 
Ru|)ert" and "l^rinee (Jeor^'e,'' of the Grand 
Trunk Pacific Steamship Co. ply between 
Prince Rupert, Anyox and Stewart to the 
norfli, and Prince Rupert, SwaiLsuii Ray, 
Ocean Falls, N'ancouver, \'ictoria and Se- 
attle to the south. These steamships arc 
the finest and fastest in the North I'acific 
Coast regular service, and are modern in 
every detail. The Grand Trunk Pacific 
.Sfeamshi|i Company also have a line of ves- 
sels <)|ier.itinL' Detweeii (Jueen Charlotte Is- 
lands, Prince Rupert and N'ancouver. 

The districts of Central British Colum- 
bia afford op|iortunities beyond number for 
farming, il.iirying. randiing, mining, luin- 
lierinp, fishing, etc. 

CENTRAL BRMISII COM MlUA FKA- 
TCRES THAT ATTRACT 
Market,, 
One of tiie rn\,t and i.crliaps tlic most 
iiiil>i>rtant qiieition to he asked by a new 
settler in a new e<nintry is: What market 
conditions cNist? Tlie agricultural terri- 
tory along the line ..f the Grand Trunk 
P.uilie Railway in Cenlral British Colnnibia 
I rem the Allurl.i Boundary lo Prince Rm- 

k<-ts within reisonab!.' .lisl.nuvs ,,|- ll„- noinl 






Grand Trunk Pacific, lii'ly-onc Iti.n 
Is that are praclicallv all l..eal<<l 



districts that are not adapted to agriculture. 
These mills range in capacity from 20,00n 
to. 125,000 feet of finished himlier per iiiiU 
l>er day, besides their by-|)roducts. such as 
lath and shingles. It is estimated that these 
mills directly support between 2.5,0<)0 and 
JO.iJOO people who look to the agriculturist 
of Central British Columiiia to supply them 
with vegetables, cereals, meats, d.iiry jini- 
ducts, in fact everythiiii: produced in a mix- 
ed farming district. 

From Burns I.,ike to Prince Rupert is an 
extensive mining territory which will, in 
the near future, lie suporling many thou- 
sands of people who will also look to the 
agriculturist for supplies. Several mines 
are now in nperntioii and others arc in 
various stages of development. 

Prince Rupert depends entirely on (uil- 
side markets for produce of all kinds, with 
llie exception of fish. Prince Rupert is the 
centre of the Pacific Coast fishiuL' indus- 
try, wliieh will ultimately support a po|.u- 
lation ot 1.1.000 people. .\n extensive ship- 
huilding plant is also in operation here. 

Alaska and the Yukon, whieli are di- 
rectly north of Prince Rupert, look to the 
interior of British Columbia for many farm 
product-,, particularly hay, which has l.een 
shipped U> northirn points for u number of 
years. This market demands a good 
cpiality of h.iv and i>,i\s gn.xl prices to the 
producer. 

current, which Mows north until it strikes 
the .\laskan coast, then flows south along 
tile coast of Oregon, <'xereis.vs a moderating 
intluence on the climate, especiallv over 
the lenlral interior of the province, through 
which the Grand Trunk I'aeilic ).asses. 
Whether it be the hardn.ss and .p.alilv of 
lite -r.ain, or the llav.r and eNcilence ol 
the fruit, the e<-nlral interior of Britisii Co- 
lumbia is peculiarly favored as tlie most 
fortunate of countries in the ideal eoiidi- 
licMis sought by the agriculturist, d.iiryinan. 

lor th.' least expenditure ..f l.ilmr ,a|,il.,l 
The long .suinnier days of cigliliin hours' 



THE GRAND TULNK PACIFIC UAIIAVAV 



suiiliijlit, file extreme fertility of the soil, 
yiiil till- tciiiperatc, wiU-tiiilauccil iliiiiate 
iiisuri- quick proMlli ami matiiriiifr of crops. 
No definite records have been kept ol the 
annual precipitation in Central Hritish Co- 
lumbia along the route of the Grand Trunk 
Pacific, but over the enormous area of fer- 
tile lands there is no necessity for irriga- 
tion or even careful intense cultivation, as 
the precipitation is always sufficient to in- 
sure requisite growth and maturity. AVherc 
the rainfall is liplitest in early suiiinicr, 
in the Neclmko district, the dews are very 



vailing' condition throughout the country, 
lor nuiie need be idle or penniless who i> 
able and willing to work. The larger 
towns are well siipiilied with libraries and 
reading rooms, and the Proxincial Gov. 
eminent has a system of travelling li- 
braries, by which the rural districts art- 
furnished free with literature of the l)e-t 
description. 

The cities and larger towns have well- 
rquippcd liospitaN, .-.upportcd by govern- 
ment grants and private subscriptions, ap.<i 
few of the smaller towns are without cot- 




.\ T»t.-yoiir-ol(l Pint 
heavy, fiilling pract 
density ei|iinl to light rain. 
SiimiiKT frosl> arc not 
owing to the warmth i!f the 
rare occasiims when ll»-y ha 
porieneed, apparently tliey do i 
d.images. As the land comes iindi 
valion. iialuriliy .iii\ tljiiiL'ir from 



very iiiu'h 

frei|U>'nt. 
le voil on 



.<„rl.<l C 


ll>liliu„.i .1 


r« (/«,.,/ 


The popidatioi 


of thi^ s 


cll.m of r.rll 


• himbia. wid.l 


M'.illi ri'i 


and .ompo. 


maii\ nation. 


lilies, i> s 


iiiirularU )»-.i 


1 nml law-al.id 


i.g. Life 


imI propeitx : 


11 prolecled 


Old illdit 


.lual ri!.'lils 



tatre lio.>1>it.iN. and enjoy electric light, w.i 
lir works and ;<-li-graph and telephone coii- 
iieetions. D.iily newspapers are publislx-il 
ill the larger (tlures, and some mining camp> 
have their .semi-weiklii-s or weekly papers. 
Hie Industrial l)i partiiient of the Grand 
Iriiiik Pnt-ilic Itailuay is in close touch 
v^ith development of all kinds, and is in a 
position to L'ive xalii.ilile information ami 
..ssi^tanc. to II.OM- »lio are lo.ikin- for an 
iiidiislilal or business opening. .\ letter 
..ddr.ss.d to that dipai-lmint (Winnipeg) 
onlliiiiiiL' the iii-icis of the . ni|iiirer will re- 

.s lo the mosl desir.ible loiality will b.- 
L'iveii. as well as anv further assistanei- 
n.-.ded. 



-NOUTH BY AVESr IX THE SLNLIGHJ 



North by West in the Sunlight" 



- FOR COMMF.RCK, SrOUT AN'D EASE 
Scope of .Irlii-ilieg 

A GLANCE at the coa.^t map of British 
Columbia will give sumc impression of 
the vast territory covered by the twelve 
vessels of this company, but only personal 
experience can prove the intricate network 
i)f ports of call, whose very existence so far 
lis stores and maleriaK are concerned, lies 
in the caj)able hands directing operatiims 
from the Union Dock. 

The direct route between Vancouver and 
Anyox measures about GOO miles, but the 
ceaseless passing' up and down of the per- 
fectly limed and handled vessels would 
make the total niileau'e for any one week 
nearly ten times this fijriire — veritablv a 
stupendous distance, rating' up coul and nil 
by the thousands of tons and pallons— 
transporting stores of cvi-ry description, re- 
turning to port with full cargoes of all the 
varying products of sea, stream and ftirrst. 
and carrying full complements of jiassin- 
gers on i)lea»ure or business bent, whose 
every want is studied with the greatest con- 
sideration by all otlicials of the companv. 

From the great salmon camieries tin- 
huge packs arc shipped each season, miiinlv 
l.y ics-els of the Lnion Steamship l„,„- 

airaiii despatched across the continent or 
liy steamers to Europe or .\ustrulia: flu- 
sawmills yield of the freshly cut timliers, 
the mines their gold and copper, uliile 
<lozcns of other industries up the coast Use 
tliiir servile for transportation of products. 



Sh!,.m. 



„f Slor 



OX THE rxiox ste.vmsiiip i.txe. 

Some of the Jluns 
-Assuming the reader lias a map of the 
coast line by him, i>erliaps the best method 
of describing the scope of activities of the 
company is by mentioning some of the rc^ru- 
l.ir runs taken Winter and Summer by 
various vessels. 

(a) Surf Inlet. Prince Kupert. Skeena 
and Naas River canneries. (The ceh-brated 
Tonopah-Belniont Mine, and some famous 
canneries). 

(b) River Inlet. Ocean Falls. Bella C.H.la 
route. (.\ great country for the fisherman 
and sportsman, with many canneries of 
importance). 



\<-n.ss IIm- (oilf of tMurgia, IraxcrsinL' 
he Norlhern waters, s.iiling the irreat winil- 
iig inlets which are such a feature of the 
■o.ist of British Columbia, the freighters 
'f the eoui|<any pursue their steady eoursi-. 
■arrying the necessary stores of food, tools, 
iii.iehinery. etc. There is never a camp 
■pened within .'lOO miles of \'nncouver but 
'lie of their vessels gives spi-edy notice of 
li'proach hy ber whistle one" long. t«.. 

I.T h.r ilelixcranec of the hetcrogr.ieoii, 
- •- «lii'l' ■ire necessary for the provi.l- 



(e) Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay, I'rincc 
Rupert, .\nyox route. (I'lilp and p.iper 
settlements of iiiaL'nilude. the terminal of 
the C.rand Trunk I'aeitie Railway, and the 
Craiiby Cmisolidated Mines). 

Tliese three runs, taken at random from 
the .schedule, are eliKpii-nt of distance cov- 
ered, and, ealliii!.' on sellli-ments of such 
iiiiporlancc. give .< good impression of the 
iMiantitv of caru'o re'.'iilarlv carried bv ves- 



l-nr III. Si,..rl.'<„mn 

visit the coast yearly for the purpose of 
fishing and shootin- proves the mairniOccnt 
c.'itchcs to be im:i(I.' ;iii<I bags lillrd on walt-r 
..r l.iM.l. 

I'.v.iy lake aii.l sln-iin of this proviii.-r 
(s.n,- those which Imvc a snow or ice 
soiin-r) is Iri-niiiiL' with trout. Kvery isle 
and isirt a prosp.-cliv.- .nul i>robablc shelter, 
..n shore and iMloi.l. of dmk. geese and 



•NORTH BY AVKST IN" THK SLNI.IGHJ 



deer, while thr<>U(:hoiit the various districts 
mentioned and otliers ea^iy of access are to 
l)e found poat, cougar, witli black, cin- 
namon and prizzly bear. In their sea->ons 
(rrouse, iiluasants and plover are plentiful, 
and in the milder places, through infre- 
(|uency of man's presence, yield excellent 
bags. 

It may be suppested that every e>sential 
to camp outfitting can he obtained in Van- 
couver; and further, in view of the variety 
of sport in prospect, both shotgun and rifle.s 
of varying calibre, together with well as- 
sorted fi-.liing tackle, should be carried. 

l'>om the fisherman's point of view, it is 
to be doubted if any districts on the con- 
tinent can vie with this; (he trout arc 
of every variety, many running to sixteen 
I>ounds in wei<:ht, while at C'.»mpbcll Uivor. 
about nine hours from Vancouver, the 
mighty Tyee Salmon of 70 pounds may be 
taken by the sporting method of trolling. 

Xoted Sport Cent ret 

Rivers Inlet— 2.5 hours from Vancouver 
For fisli, gtese, grouse, deer and bear. 

Kitimat- Korty hours from Vancouver. 
Trout, duck, gee.sc and grouse (and in the 
near vicinity bear, deer and wolf). 

Kimsipiil — Thirty hours friini X'ancouver. 
(ioiid fishing and .splendid g>>at hunlinu'. 

Rella I'oola — Thirty hours from Van- 
couver. Trout of many species, with Onlly 
Vurdens up to sixteen i>ound.s, on the fly. 
Duck, geese, goal, deer and bear, including; 
the grizzly. 

The stress and strain of rniHlerii exi^t- 
ence makes occasional relaxation an es- 
sential, and no more efTeclive form of tliis 
can he ohtainc<l than vo\.i;.'ing in a wcll- 
fonnd and silently moving vessel along 
the shore line of thi^ coast, where the wa- 
ters arc never rough, and gh>wing sunshine 



above, with vivid rich-toned waters beneath, 
bestow that perfect rest so essential to the 
tired city worker. 

The ease which comes from care of the 
body is enhanced by the restfulness of mind 
induced through the sweeping panoramic 
vision unfolding. 

'•The majesty of Nature, laid to rest 

In an eternal, God-provided breast." 

During the summer months, nothing can 
he more delightful than a tour of from tw" 
to six days along the wonders of the coast, 
and the Union Stcamshij) Company have a 
/ustly deserved reputation for catering and 
service, which adds in no small uic:isure to 
the happiness oi the traveller. 

AVithin a few hours' run from Vancouver 
are a number of beauty spots which are 
patronized every season by the rest lover? 
,-ind artists. Here, on the golden shores 
■.Iretchinc to the Gulf of Georgia, backed 
l)y the virgin wimmIs, are sunuuer home» 
of the many who love to s|H-nd their vaca- 
tions amid the glorious suroundinirs of 
Nature, while enjoying the |>leasant and 
profitable sports of bathing, fishiuL' and 
boating. 

.\mong some of the most famous and 
beautiful spots in this connection may he 
mentioned Selmn Park, operated by the 
Iriinii .Stcimship Company, where cottaL-e- 
aiul bungalows may be hired l>> tlie month. 
Also Secbelt and Half Moon Hav nearbv 
which offer surroundings and good accom- 
modation. 

.\nother place which deservrilly holds a 
high |>lacc in esteem of (he sunuuer dweller 
is .Savary Island, with a foreshore of the 
wonderful .sands, wliile Ruccanccr Hay i- 
considcred so ide.il for campincr that the 
British Columbia Telephone Company havi- 
obtained a site and equipped it for the 
lienefit of eniplovccs on their vacations. 



MOTORIXG IX r.UITISII COLUMBIA 



BRITISH 
COLU M BIA 




O 




GEORGIAN 
CIRCUIT 

An Intemational Auto Tour 
in the Pacific Northwest 

Showing also Parts of the 

NATIONAL PARKS 

HIGHWAY 
PACIFIC HIGHWAY 
COLUMBIA HIGmVAY 



t/-t/cMia •«.,^ \nsTAN 



MOUNTVERNON 
STANWOOD 



^^ElVERETT 
.<^OOTHELL 




MOTORING IX BRITISH C0LU.MT5IA 



?^-- Motoring - 

i ^ ^^ *■ Rritish folu 



Columbiei 







Uowif Arch. Stanley Park, at 

BHITISH COT.rMlU A as nn entire i.ro- 
vin.r off.rs many atractions to the 
antiiniiiliilisi, l)iit it may l)C taken for •rrant- 
rrl tliat once inside tlw l>iMin(lary of tin- |>r<>- 
vincc. no matter from what )iart the tmirist 
may eome. Vaneoiiver will ho his Meeea. 
\"ietoria. New Westminster. Nanaimi>, Ke- 
lowna, I'enlieton. Nelson, Cranhrook, the 
heaiitifiil friiil country of the Okana-an. 
hiph and lireezy Kamloo|)s, Rrvelstoke. and 
many other places are sure to prove at- 
tractive, hut Vaneiuner has a fascination 
and a heaulv all its own. .\ city vocal with 
the hum of industry, a rily of myriad 
li);lits. its streets full of animation and 
color, its ^'rnnd park, which for scenic 
Itcnuly has won world wide fame, its many 
centres of intellectual and artistic culture, 
make an irresistil)le appeal. 

Vancouver is a city i>f n hundred thous.nid 
.souls. Nature has j>oured out in its ^ur- 
roundiii^rs a lavisli profusion of cverv heaiity 
of earth, and sen, and sky. Mountains lift 
their .snow white lieads to the jrlowin^' 
heavens. .Ml aliout the city art- valh > s, 
rolled in richest jrreen, and pemnied with 
lakes and j:litlerin|r streams. Tin- (riory of 
the sunset, such a sunset as can onl\ In- 
splendid lints of the .lulumnal forests. At 
ni;.'ht Ihr shinnnerin-; stars .irc mirrored 
deep in the shining' se;,. 

Vaneoiner is .1 city amidst si-enes full 
of l>.■aul^ :ni,l ra.li.mt '« ith color, and V.in- 



.f fr 



ind 



ntranco to Vancounr Harbnr 

reached in the Fraser Valley, IIuntinL'don. 
Al.h.itsford. Chilliwack, Harrison H..t 
Sprin^rs, Steveslon, WhytecliflT, Horseshoe 
Hay, Ruecaneer I5,iv, Sehehlt. Cloverd.ile. 
Ladner, Mission, and many otlur heautit'ul 
spots, which tempt the tourist. 

X'ancouver pives you access to the mi'.'lit\ 
Fraser, navif;ahle for one huiulred and tiftv 
miles, so that if, at any tinu- the motori-t 
wishes to ehan^'e his holiday venue he e.in 
leave the road tor the river. Should he lie 
a mountaineer he has but to cros.s the ferrv 
which conveys his car to North Vancouver, 
aiul within a little while he is anxui^' pe.ik- 
and glaciers, tahlc lauds, crevasses and sum- 
mits which drive such nxmnlaineers a- 
Whympor and l.<uiL'stafre wild with ecst i-\ 
and make them d.-elare that Rritish folum- 
hia is a do/.en .Switxerlands rolled into ,.m. 

Howe Scuiiul is dotted « illi islands. N,.- 
where is there a more lie.iiitiful trip than !■• 
Mowen Island, wher.- there is excellent 
hotel acconnnodatiou. Where can he found 
a more cnjoyahlc trip than that to the \\\s- 
wam Iiui. Indian River? Into the sli.ni 
voya-rc there are (Towded experiences sui!' 
as a traveller could hardly hope to have i„ 
siM-ral days of travel. Mountains ri-. 

some seem ascendini; hy ;:i-nlle slojies irni;- 
iriL' a walk more than a climh. .So I. mil. 

.ire called liy pet n.imes snjrjrested liy their 
eonlitrur.ilion. "Th,- I. ions," no niisnoun r. 

.ire just like linns e.iueliant L'U.irdIn- th. 
I'.ol.ils ,,r the eil,. Millions ,.f posl-e.iriU 

waN to .ill corners ,,f the e.irlh. .S.ililiers ii. 



MOTOUING IN' BRITISH COLl'MBIA 



the trenches viewed the pictures with the 
same affectionate veneration as the Japan- 
ese feel for Fujiyania, the sacred mountain 

The mountain ranjic of Vancouver has 
also a "Sleepinp Beauty," a ;rIorious moun- 
tain top, which rcposiiii: in the eveninsr sun- 
lipht seems to rest and breathe and one 
almo.-t expects to aee it wake up to the joy 
of life. Gleaming placiers reflect brilliant 
sunshine in every line of |)urpli-. yellow, 
raauve, blue and pold. Vancouver is such 
a city as would have tempted Turner to 
fresh plciries. It is a city which seems to 
breathe the spirit of freedom and liberty, 
and many men rcturninp to this city after 
incarceration in a German prison have 
breathed the exultation of William Tell, 
thniiifh he may not have voiced his fcclinps 
in the identical words which Sheridan 
Knowlcs jiut into the mouth of the beauty 
lovinp and liberty lovin? patriot. 

The charm of Vancouver is its happy 
Bohemian unconventional spirit. Enelish 
Bay has not only the .sylvan beauty, but the 
primitive freedom of an ancient Eden. 
Should there be an inv.ilid in delicate honllh 
she can find aloiif; the frinire of Stanley 
Park slultenil ami wocih-d nmiks and cor- 
ners with the silver sand at her feet, and 
the blue waters within her view, wliere she 
may linthr in Mihshiiu-. .iiiil wh.re the winds 
of heaven will not visit lur cheek too 
roughly. 

Vancouier is a city for the \ounj.' and fur 
the old. .\ city for the sturdy and athletic 
man and woman. It is a paradise for 
sportsmen, for in their propi-r se.ason.s there 
are nshin^. shootinp and big pame hunting 
within reach of all. The pood shot 
may soon fill his bap with prousc, pheasant, 
duck or mallard. There is sea fisbini: for 
tliose who like the more robust forms of 
exercise for rod or line, while many a 
mountain stream will test the skill of the 
most expert fly fisherman. There are polf 
links within easy reach of the heart of the 
city. Ba.cl.all L-rounds so excrllrnt that the 
most fani.Mis teams are always dcliL'hI.d to 
pl.iy in V.incoMver. ('ri<-ket and bowlinp 
are pastimes well mainl.iined. nor iloes the 
city l.ick alention to tlie aesthetic side of 
life, for IlK-rc arc inli-llectual .iiid artistic 
asMH-i.ilimis, clubs, and colcrii-s su< h .in 
ciliis many limes the size and ape of Van 



"The ]>hiy is the thing,"' says Hamlet, 
sjieakinp of dramatic matters, and to ]iarody 
the Prince of Denmark, the motorist will 
say with empasis, "The road is the thing" 
which counts when you are undertaking a 
trip for health or pleasure. You may have 
a pood car, the weather may be all that 
you could desire, and the .scenery enchant- 
inp. But if the road is bad, all the keen 
edpe will be t.aken off your enjoyment, and 
the jiraises you would be bestowing on the 
landscajic will give way to irreverent cuss 
words. 

British Columbia h.as splendid highways 
which have been constructed from time to 
time under different administrations, the 
work being done, it must be admitted, spas- 
modically, but on the whole well done, and 
the sum total is an aggregate of which such 
a young country may well be proud. 

Vou might tour over the whole .\merican 
continent for twelve months and at the end 
of that time if >ou came to take stock of 
what you had seen, you would recall the 
International Georgian Circuit with the 
L're.ilesf amount of pleasure Into a week's 
tour in this region, which lies between the 
southwest jiortion of the Canadian province 
and the northwest corner of the United 
Stati-s, you would have found every varying 
scenery, delightful prospects of spa and sky. 
and th.it Britisli Columbia was of natural 
beauty "all compact." 

Let us assume f.ir a moment Ihal the tour- 
ist reaches us from Seattle. He will have 
.seen the delightful country of Tacmia, and 
Olviiipia and enjoyed tin- scenic drive in the 
Olympic Peninsula. Having been ferried 
across the strait lie will reach \'ictoria 
B.C., and there will make the acquaintance 
of the fine hiphw.ays whicli have willi im- 
mense lalior and at immense cost lieen hewn 
nut of the primitive forest by men. who had 
a vision of what British Columbian cities 
w.Milil hi-, and who saw in the "mind's eye" 
the ro.ids necessary for linkiiiir Ibi- eoiii- 
p aiiioiial.lc popul.itioii together. 

V.incouver Isl.ind. \aneouvcr City, New 
Wrslminsler, X.iiiaimo, have all a number 
• if ilrliv'bl fully pleasant drives and there arc 
riv.il riaiiiis .is to which .ire the most ]>leas- 
aiit. I'.ach city has ils admirers and its 
rh.iiiipions, and there is .i friendly rivalrv. 
a h.Mllhy emulation, which h-.-.d's to the 
arhicMiM, lit „f ;:,H.,1 r.snlts. 



MOTORIN'G IN' BRITISH COI.LMBI A 



Candor compels us to state that on Brit- 
i.-li Columliia tlie band of war lias been 
laid heavily. Much "man power" has been 
diverted from useful pursuits to the harm- 
ful, but alas! necessary, de>tructive work of 
fifrhting in Flanders. Millions of dollars 
which would have made and maintained 
necessary roads in British Columbia have 
been nece^sarily spent in Ensland, France 
and Belgium. But though during the last 
four years construction work has been far 
less than it should have been, yet the great 
main arteries of the Province have been 
kc]it in fairly good condition, and roads 
have not been allowed to fall into such 
neglect that to put them into good shape 
will be very cxi)ensivc. Tn matters physi- 
cal, financial, and one might add moral. 
British Ci>luml>ia has a reputation for speedy 
recuperation, and unless there arc unforsccii 
circumstances, of which we have at present 
no hint, the Province will soon become not 
only her former self, but have an added 
charm, strength and beauty. One might be 
tempted to go into details of the attraction.s 
which British Columbia offers t<i the touri.st, 
but reasons of space, not want of matter, 
tempt us to summarize. 

The Canadian highways, the ;ieiglibor- 
hnods of Cameron Lake, and .\lberni, the 
lovely country round Cowichan Lake, the 

bc^iuty of Es<|iiiiiialt Harbor and the Mal.i- 

hat Mountains, all these delightful places 

have been often described in terms of the 

wannest admiration. 

Have you a turn in your mind towards 

tilings .soienlitic you will naturally lak.- an 

interest in Observatory Mill, upon whiili is 

the second largest telescope in the w.irld. 

Are you a lover of the sea, you 

will hie to Beacon Hill. \ic- 

torin, and admire the innmn- 

erable beautiful bays which' Tn- 

within _\our view, cspeci.illy 

iKlboro Bay, where the Uo>al 

Victoria Yacht Club has its 



Let Us r.tuni to \ iiicii 
. ity and its surroumiing lir.i 
spot.s, such as ••Beautiful Bn 
al.y" with its lovelv lake. 
tlu- edges of «hicb scvrr.il 
lists l,.n>- built Ib.ir b.M 



Canada, will not be neglected by the motor- 
ist, and nearer to Vancouver City is the 
Capilano Canyon famed for its jromantic 
beauty and the excellent accommodation to 
be found in its vicinity. 

Out of Vancouver City runs the Marine 
Drive and at Point Grey the traveller will 
certainly pause to admire the beautiful 
landscapes of a country so salubrious that 
it has been chosen as the site for the Uni- 
versity of British Columbia, and the choice 
has been universally commended. 

Further .afield is the Okanagan, Kamloops 
and Lillooet, and anybody with a feeling 
for the historic will not forget Cariboo, for 
along the Cariboo trail came the pioneers 
of the Great AVest. All over the great 
areas we have named there arc thriving 
little communities each having its own indi- 
viduality, its special fascinating attractions. 
Kossland, Trail. Nelson, Kevelstoke, will 
cert.iiiily be visited by those who have the 
time, and mucii information will be gleaned 
from those who have seen the district grow 

fr small beginnings. So healthy is the 

climate that Time, thou;.'h he may write his 
wrinkles on the brow of the rugged pioneer, 
yet attacks slowly the natural f..rcc of vig- 
orous constitutions and the traveller will 
be surprised to find how many old forty- 
niners linger to trll of bygone days, and to 
prophesy great things for the British Co- 
lumbia of the future. 

Motorist.s visiting Vancouver can obtain 
road m.ips and touring information from 
the Vancouver .\iitomobile Club, headquar- 
Icrs Hntcl \'aneouver, the Lsland Touring 
Bureau. X'ict.'ria. and any automobile club 
ill llic Provimr. 



Carlsbad 



KEI.ATIVK I'OPLI. ATION OF THK PKIXCll'AL MrXKIl>Al. CITIKS 



POPULATION of the PRINCIPAL MUNICIPAL 
CITIES. 



1891 

Montreal, Que 220,181 

Toronto, Ont 181,220 

Winnipeg, Man 25,039 

Quebec, Que. . C3,090 

Hamilton, Ont 48,980 

Ottawa, Ont +t,15i 

Vancouver I3.T09 

St. John, X. n 39.179 

Calgary, Alfa 3,«7(i 

London, Ont 31,977 

Victoria, 15. C lli,Wl 

Edinontun, Alta 

Halifax, N. S :W,+!>.i 

Regina, Sask '. 

Verdun, Que ' 

Brantford, Ont '. I-..'"*} 

Windsor. Ont 

Hull, Que 11.2«l 

Petcrboro, Ont 

Saskato.Mi. Sa-k 

Fort William, Ont 

Sydney, N. S 2.V27 

Kingston, Out 19,2()3 

Three Rivers, (}ue 

Kitchener," Ont 

Sherbr(H>ke, (^iir 10,097 

Brandon, Man 3,778 

Westmount, (^ue 3,07ii 

St. Thomas, Ont 

St. Catharines, Ont 

Stratford, Ont 

Glace Hay, N. S 

Ouelph. tint 

M,H,M. .law, Sask 

I.aihine. Que 

I'orl Arlliiir, Ont 

\.« Wr.l minute.-, U. C 

rh.itliiiiu. Ont 

Moii.'t.Mi, N. 15 M.7(i2 

Sanll St.-. .Marie. Ont 

C.ilt, Ont 

I iiarl,.t!.ti.\vii. I'. K. 1 11.373 

Niapir.; Falls. Ont 

Onlrrmont. (^u- 

The e.-linial.d lifrures L-ix.ii haxe l.e, ii siipp 
t Uireelory rslini.ile. • liiiliid.s Westi.uaii 

(Direetorv l-Miinate) l'u|.iilali.ai of .M. 
.Mnnlrr.,1. »ilh O.i.n- i.. \ rr.h 



1901 

206,826 
207.971 
423,301 
08,884 
52,.5.50 
.59,902 
26,196 
40,711 
4,806 
37.983 
20.821 

H).787 



13,988 
11,297 



9,90K 
1S,()WJ 

9,747 
1 1,7«.» 
.5.738 
8,8.>(i 



Estimated F.stimated 

■1911 191S 1919 

460,197 * 1729,102 *♦ 743,904 

376,240 473,829 489,081 

1.3.5,4 M) 183,378 

78,067 

81,879 110,000 113.I10U 

86,340 101,.549 104,0U0 

100,.3:33 109,2.50 

42,36.5 02,520 (>3.0(X) 

4.3,730 70.000 

46,177 0.),S.S7 58,421 

31,020 (>.5,0(M1 

24.882 .52,0011 60,00(1 

40.081 liO.OilO OO.OOi) 

30.216 40,000 40.000 

11,022 30,110; I 

23,040 27,0 H 28,725 

17,819 28,001 29,3 to 

17,583 25,122 28.392 

18,312 28,991 

11,8:^9 25,000 

16.496 19.000 20,000 

17,017 

18,815 25.000 

22,000 2:J,OOi' 

l.>,192 19.800 20,-500 

16.405 2.3.500 23,000 

13,8;17 

14,318 

14,050 

12,100 

12,920 

16,561 

1.5,148 

13,s.'l 

10.77S 

11,210 



19.000 


19,000 


18.000 


18,000 


20.O0() 


20,000 


1 7, 120 


17,700 




16,000 


17,.iO0 




-•o..-,oo 


21,2S5 


10.500 


10,500 


1.5,01 Ml 


15,200 


15.000 


IC.OOO 


15.(ioo 





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I. Verdun 



City Clerks, 
and Outrrni.i 






1920— 



Copyright, Canada, 1920, by Wrigley Directories, Limited 
A gazetteer of cities, to\vns, villapes, stations, post offices and 
settlements in tiie Province, described in alpliabetieal order, fol-- 
lowed by a directory of firms, employees, professional men, lead- 
ing citizens, farmers, fruit-<rro\vers, stock-raisers, miners and 

fisliermen. 
The publishers will aiiiirociato notice on jiar, of suhsorilicrs of additions 



Johnstone 

and 

Rowlands 

We have the 
largest listing of 
property in the 
interior of B. C. 

Farms 
Cattle Ranches 

Write us for 
information. 



Abbotsford 



The town of Abbotsford Is sHuftted 
In the Krascr Valley. 01 mllos Irom 
Vancouver. 39 nillis east of New 
Westminster and about 3 Vs nillea 
from the International lioundary line. 
It lies on the old Vale Koail with 
llatsqul Prairie about 1 \i miles to 
the north and Sumas Prairie about 
the same distance In a south-easterly 
direction. The country to the south 
and west Is high bush and timber 



land. Much 


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Is a most linporlnnt part of the 
famed Kraser Valley. admirably 
adapted for dairy rarnilnR. as the 
winters are mild and all the neces- 
sary fodder crops ran be raised on 
the land. A surplus In hay. oats 
and roots has been produced and 
llnds a ready market in New West- 
minster and Vancouver, as well as 
locally amoncst the small farmers. 
lopKlnc cniiips. ele. .\m i.l. al sec- 



hlKh liii 

1 and S 

of lint 



fertile. A proposition to dyke the 
Prairie and drain Sumas L.akc. which 
covers betwe.-n :;0,OUu and 30,000 
acres is now beint,' undertaken by 
the Provincial Government. The town i 
is served by the Cnnudiun Pacilic 
Kallway. the P. C. Kleclric Itailway 
I Kruser Valley division ironi Van- 
eouver and N'ew Westniinj.li;r to 
CliilllwHCk) and the Great Northern 
I l!y.. uonnectlnK with the C. X. U. at 
j Canora. H.-is C. P. Telecraph and 
i;. C. Telephone. It Is also a cus- 
toms port of entry, with a resident 
I collector. The pnpiilatton of the 
I town actually r.sident within the 
I lownslto is about 30ii persons, but 
with those resldinp In the Immediate 
vicinity It Is ..siimated there Is a 
local population of about Nrtd. The 
population of the district has been 
carefully estimated at about I'.SOO to 
".0»0. Write secretary. Board of 
Trade, for information regarding 
.\bliotsford District, climate, land, 
industrial sites, etc. 
.Vbbotsford lioard of Trade G H Kerr 

prcM 
.Vbbotsford Oarace (O R Wricht F W 

.Iftlinson) irnrnce and niitos 
.Mibolsfor.l Iloi.l C A Ihi.Klrell prop 
ABBOTSFORD LUMBER. MINrNO tc 

DEVELOPMENT CO LTD. J O Tre. 

thoway Pros and I.I(rr, J A McGow- 

an Sec and S.ilcs Mi;r, Mfra of 

Ronrrh and Dressed Lumber and 

ShluR-les. 
.\l.l...lsr..r,l .Ment Market tS F White 



U.b..l.sr 

Mnyii 

Ui.l.rse 



lome 



I, 



Mrs S 
i D Co 



-d farminc 
• r .\ L M & 
l\ed fnrinlnc 
.\u.«tin i; K Inrminc 
.\iillil.r l.oiiis nilNed farnilnc 
K.ulcero .\ sealer A L. .M .»i 11 Co 
Pain.s W 11 locu-er A I. M & D Ci 
Pannernian J J dairyman 



P. 0. Box 518 

KAMLOOPS 



KAUSTINE 

WATERLESS 

TOILETS 

No Septic Tank 

No Water 
System 

A Atcessily in 
Unsevind DUtricis 



.i<.-d CiLileitu 
|„ll Particular 



WILLARD- 
HUME CO. 

IIMllIP 

B.C. Distributor! 

Sludard Bank BIdg. 

VANCOUVER 



ABBOTSFORD 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



MacdonaW 

Marpole 

Co., Ltd. 



C 



A 



1001 MAIN ST. 
VANCOUVER 



The Truth About 

OIL 

Wehavrl479iicrea 
in Real Oil Terri- 
tory in 

TEXAS 

1002 Acres in the 

Lower Fraser 

Valley 

"The Biggest 
Butineis in 
the World." 

TEXAS- 
DUPLEX 

Oil and Refining 

Co. of 
FortWorlhJexa« 



Barkely Saml tm: 

Uarrtti E A postmaster 

Barter M dairyman 

Barter P mixed farming 

Bedlow S logger A L, JI il D Co 

Beebe Chas farmine RR 2 

Beebe C G dairyman 

Beecroft F shoemaker 

Bennett Thos apt B C E Ry 

Bell Chas dairyman 

Blblow G logeer A L, M & D Co 

Blatchford O farming 

Blatchford T L. mixed farming 

Boley A dairyman bee-keeping 

Bourke AV dairyman 

Bowman JI II dairyman 

Eowslield T L. poultry be'^s 

Bowsfield Wm J farming 

British Columbia Elec Ry Thos Ben 

nctt agt 
Broad F logger A I. M & D Co 
Brown G O acct A L. M & D Co 
Bukcr C nreinan A 1. M * D Co 
Buker W cng A L JI & D Co 
Butler R mixed farming 
Caldwell J grader A L M & D Co 
Cameron J H mixed farming 
Campbell Angus elk CVTl 
Campbell Angus mixed farming 
Carmlchacl Fred (Abbotsford Meat 

Market) 
Caul John logger A I^ M & D Co 
Chamberlain J logger A L M & D Co 
Chedorc A fireman A I. M & D Co 
Chester F piKr A I. M & D Co 
Chlttlck B logger A L M * D Co 
Coogan Thos tailor 
Coombs Mrs I) farming 
Coppliig J G ranching stock 
Cottrill M express 

Cummings B logger A I. M & D C. 
Curry J tmstr A b M & T> Co 
Pandy J F tlmckpr A L, M & D Co 

Darby E vet surg 

Day F J mixcil farming 

Delahoy Fred T farming 

D.-Ialr I. I- il:iirvii,r,n 

Delair T»i..« J .l.Tirvinc^n 

DEtCO-lIOHT PRODUCTS. Modem 
UUUtlOB ltd. 360 Water St. Van- 
couver 

Desmnrzes li gen stor" 

nods O planer A L M * D Co 

nods W i.lnner A I. ^r & D Co 

Downcs T 1- ranching 

Duncan .1 logger A L SI * D C 

Duncan 1! fireman A I. M .<• D Co 

Dimcnn II C mixed farming 

Kbv It N customs ollicer 

Kverett C mixe.l farming 

Ferris Wm f! blksmlth A I- M * D Co 

Fetterly U C filer A L M & D Co 

Fooks D dairyman 

Fooks W dnlryiiian 

Foy E planer A I- M A P Co 

Foy G planer A L M .<-• D Co 

Eraser Mrs H .J farming 

('.nnibli- J F farming 

iJilnioro M Voeo eng A U M .«• D C 

Godson J planer A I, M &■ V Co 

Gosling A It rontrnctor 

G W V A. It H Wolr see 

Greeno A C sec Sumas Farmers Tnsi 

Grimley C loader A I. M & U C.> 

Groat \V W fnrminc 

Haddreil C A prop Abbotsford Ili.t.l 

Harris H n mixed fnrniii.g 

Hay «.; E sawyer A I, M .>;■ D Co 

II. nth .1 



L M & D Co HoUey N J emp A L M & D Co 

Hollingworth Frank emp A L M ii D 
I Hulton-Harop A mixed farming 
; Humphreys A E land surv 
I Hunt E A barber billiards etc 
I Hutchison Jas carp A L. M & D Co 
j Hutchison Miss M D junior Royal 
I Bank 
Hutchison W emp A L M & D Ci. 
Jackson M mixed farming 
Jackson T foreman A L, M & D Co 
Johnson F W (Abbotsford Garage) 
K K Garage C Spring prop auto 

repairs etc 
Kennedy Grace L steno 
' Kennedy John farming 
' Kerr Geo H pres Board of Trade 
: Kim A M meat market 
' Knoll H P hdware furniture 
I Knox A mixed farming 
; Kucher F emp A L, M A: V> Co 
I I-ackmanac N logger A L M & D Co 
i Laheny W eng A 1^ M .t P Co 
I l^mson L C mixed farming 
I I.cary Robt mgr Meadow Brook 



Lee Albt baker grocer and conf 
Little C mixed farming 
Little Mrs W restaurant 
Logan n H mixed farming 
Loveder P piler A I, M *: D Co 
McCallum .\lcx real est ins Reeve 

Matsqui Mun 
McCallum Frank riork 

i McCallum Helen G bkpr E C i: P. 

I .McClanahan \V J mlwrt A L M & ix'o 

! McCrimmon Annie agt B C Tol Co 

; .McCrimmon U J mixed farming 
McCrimmon F cattle raising 
McCrimmon R mixed farming 

! MiKwen D eng A L M & P Co 

I MoGarva A <iair>nian 

, McGillivray M P mixed farming 
McGowan J A sec sales mgr A L. -M 

I & P Co 
Mclnncs A foreman A I, M & P Co 

I .McKay K bik.smth \ L. M & D Co 
.M.Kenzlc D mixed farming 
.MrMenem J K blarksmith 
Mc.Nolil J logger A L .M & D Co 

' Mol'hail E B dairyman 
.\IcPhec A nutos for hire 
McPhce J J hnmigratlon ofllccr 
.McPhco Lome R clerk CPU 
Maguire Mrs S T matron Abb Nur- 
sing Home 

1 Mahonev J logger A L M .t D Co 
Mahood'T h.gger A L M .«: D Co 
Mah.noy J logger A L M & P Co 

I MZASOW BPOOK CHEAMERY, 

I Robt Iicary Mgr, rionr, reed and 
Prodnce 
.Millard R H shipper A L M & P C 
Miller C mixed Inrming fruit 
Milstcad J H larniing poultry 
Mont J emp A L M & D Co 

, .Morgan W clerk 

I Munroe A farming 



minB 
L Xt 



D Co 



I Munroe I. mi 
.Murphy T lot 
Xelles M J farming 
Nelson Mrs ]i mixed farming 
.Velson M mixed farming 

' (Vidv C eng A I, ^1 .^c P Co 
Part"" Miv= n \i i.ll.r Itoyal Bank 
I'arf.ti I iiU I I r A L M & P Co 
Part, n 1 A L M & P Co 



;ank 



f..rSl„k I 

NATIONAL 
FUNDING CO. 

of c«„.„i.., L.a. I 

Sl.ncl.rd B.nk BIdj. \ 

Vancouver 



II farnili 



L.M.vDCo U. 



Puiyal Bank sec 



lil^r A L .M & P Co 
rmp'.V L M & 1' <'" 



L M & P C 



WEIGLEY'S P.. C. DIRECTORY 



Kyall E X loader A L M & D Co 

Salt A C customs olliccr 

Schluter E logger A L. M & D Co 

Stewart Danl logger A L il & D Co 

Schluter R eng A L, il & D Co 

Schmitz It E mixeU larming 

Serl 1 A mixed farming 

Serl R R mixed farming 

Shore M SI agt C P K 

Shortreed R J customs odicer 

Smith T J eng A L. M & D Co 

Smith ^V L sawyer A L .M & D Co 

Sparrow J J flour and feed 

Spring C prop K K Garage 

Starr Dros mixed farming 

Steel J emp A L. M & D Co 

Stelss R foreman A L, M A D Co 

Stewart Dahl logger A L M & D Co 

Sumas Farmers Inst A C Grecno sec 

Sumner Mrs C A 

Swift T A phys Mun Health Oflicer 

Taylor T E dairyman 

Taylor W H farming 

Teng J logger A L M * D Co 

Tlbbutt T tmstr A L. M & D Co 

Tretheway H tmstr A ]. M & D Co 

Trelheway J O pres and mgr A L. M 

& D Co 
Tretheway S D supt A L, M & D Co 
Truseler J emp A L M & D Co 
Verch Sirs farming 
Wallace Chas farming 
Ware Wm J mixed farming 
Webster E dist rep R C E R 
Webster G log:.'cr A L M & D Co 
Weir Eric T drugs and sta 
Weir J V elk E T Weir 
Weir R H sec G W V A 
Whltchelo !•■ J R gen store 
White F E bee-keeping 
White S F (Abbolsiord M.at Mkt) 
Williams Mary A larming 
Williams T shoemaker I 

Wonlacolt W mip A L M * D Co I 
Wright G li (Abbolsford Garage) 
Zlegler G carp A U M & D Co 

ADAMANT 

a flag station on the C.P.R. Kaslo- 
Xakusp bnmeh. 12 miles northwest 
of Kasl.i iKo P.O., In Kaslo Prov. 
Elec DIst. 

Utlca Mines Ltd C F Caldwell v-prcs 
and mgr T R French sec silver- 
lead i'r, miles 

ADAMS LAKE 

a PO and s.llkment on .\dani3 Lake, 
15 miles niirlh of Shuswap and 13 
miles from Chase, on C.P.R.. In 



Kamloops Prov Elec Dist. Has 
ernment telephone. Adams Lai 
37 rallos long. 
Homestake Mine. H Cameron 

silver lead 
Todd Chas stock farming 

ADELA 



a PO and ranching settlement, in | 
Kamloops Prov Elec Dist. about 20 i 
miles southeast of Ducks and 1 mile j 
from Grande Prairie. i 

Battle C W farming 
Beddell H E farming 
Beddell Saml farming 
Rrowne A G farming 
Clcmitson T J farming 
Cotton Percy farming 
Davidson L H farming 
Oaven F R cattle raising 
Harper C larming 
Hoole Edw W gen store 
Jonos W II sec Grand Prairie School 
Board | 

KInc Fred farming 
Lowe Fred larming 
Morrow I'ercy farming 
Perclval I" .1 farming 
Prlngle Andrew farming 
Smith Richard farming 
Thynne B <; farming 
Wilson Chns farming 
Wilson Wm larming 
Wooir H mixed farming 
Woods l: i: dairy farming 

ADMIRALS ROAD 

on the 
Victoria 

ADKA 

a station on K. V. Ry.. 22 mIKs east 
of Pentlcton. the nearest PO. No 
agent. Charges must be prepaid. 

AGAMEMNON BAY 

a logging ramp on Agamemnon Chan- 
nel, betw.in northwest co.nst of 
Sechclt Peninsula and Xclson Island, 
reached by L'nion S.S. Co.'s (xmls 
from Vancouver, on the Jervis Inlet 
Is the PO 



Eat and Enjoy 

GUNN'S 

Salted 
Peanuts 



•-They are the 

Best and 
Afwuys Fresh" 



Look (or the San 
tary Glass Globe 



A. D. Gunn 
&Co. 

129 Cordova, W. 

Vancouver, B.C. 



Agassiz 




a village and P.O. In Ynle Prov. Elec. 
Dist. on the C.P.R. main line. 70 
miles east of Vancouver. Has C. P. 
Telegraph, local and long distance 
B. C. Telephone. Dom. Express, and 
Bank of M.^titr-al .\iito singes con- 
nect with ll:iiTi-.n Hot Springs. 3 
miles north. ;iml Clilliwark. A Do- 
minion Gov, ninviii i;\piTlmentnl 
Farm of Sun arr. s Is loeuled here. 
Dairying, mixed farming and hop 
growing. Population. 7.'ii'. Anglican, 
Methodist, 1-resbyterlan and R. C. 
churches. 

Anmot Chris farming 

Agnsslz Meat Market (R J r,:inioriU 

Ag;issi7 Lewis A larming J P 

Agas.siz 11 c 

Aga.-slz Jliss bee kee|.lng 

Ag.issiz Women's lii.st .Mrs E II 

l-robert s. e 
.\nihony Frank K mixed farming 
■*PPol John mixed fanning 



rhibald .Mi 



C P 



eno l>om Exp ' 



.Vshton R I. mixed farming JP 
n.iki r F T farming poultry 
B.iker Hnrry M mixed farming 
Maker Xrlson T lire ins 
Banlord R J prop Agussir. .Meat Mkt 
B.'iiik of Montreal A .MacCallum mgr 
l:«zeleyTh..s foreman li C I Ioi> Co 
Bella Visl.i M.>tel Mrs R Probi rt prop 



K.. 



h Dom i;\p Farm 
British roliiiiibla Mop i o 1,1,1, A M 

Grey.tll mgr. e\a|>oraling plant 
British Columbia Telcplion.- Co R G 

Roach loe mgr 
Bruce E .V Ui>m vet siirg 
t'algnou Frank mixed farming 
Calvirt Harry L poslmasicr 
fanuroii i; M iiilx.d larming 
(•arn|.l..|| .l,.l,n A larming 
CLuplain .'^iitli.r P mixed farming 

see Cattle i:reedt:rs. 
Cheam Lodge No 2S lOOF 



FURRIERS 

and Dealers in 

Raw Furs 

Furs Remodelled 
.ind Repaired in 
the Latest Styles 

SCO 

GRANVILLE ST. 
I Vancouver 



C. DIRECTORY 



CALLANDER 
SHORE CO. 

— Limited — 

Sole B. C. 

Representatives 

— FOR- 

" Maple Leai" 

Paints 

& 

Varnishes 

155 Pender W, 
VANCOUVER 



MEN'S 
QUALITY 
CLOTHES 



The Home of | 
" Burberry " and | 
"Durward" Coal. 1 

Thos. Foster 
& Co., Ltd. 

514 Granville St. 

Vancouver, B.C. 



Clarke Russel D agt C P R 
Court T E farming 
Cuthbert ^V J mixed farming- 
Dahl A mixed farmins" 
Davidson Alex mixed farming 
DEI.CO-I.IGHT PRODUCTS, Balph 

Carter Agent, Cliilliwack. 
Dominion Experimental Farm. W H 

Hicks mgr 
Else Isaac mixed farming 
Fong Tong gen store 
Fooks Harry notary public 
Force Chas retired 
Fozzard John tmstr B C Hop Co 
Fraser Jas gardener Dom Exp Farm 
Gardiner H with Dnm Exp Farm 
Gillam Rev J D Presb minister 
Gillis J D boarding house cent 
Gillis J W C bookseller 
G W V A. T E Court sec 
Green Arthur Vt' farming teaming 
Greyell Albt M mgr 13 C Hop Co 
Guild C M farming teaming 
Hardy Eli X farm hand 
Hardy J W mixed farming 
Hardy Thos mixed farming 
Hardy \Vm R farm hand 
Harper G with Dom Exp Farm 
Hay Robt teamst.-r 
Heath ^\'m cabtmkr and carp 
Henley A F 
Henley S J 

Henley W mixed farniing 
Heywood O H farming 
Hicks W H mgr Dom iOxp Farm 
Hocking J B mixed fnrnuiig 
Hogg Ernest mixed farming 
Hogg Hubert elk 
Horwell A blksmth farm Implts 
Hubbard Mary E 
Hubbard Oliver carp 
Huntlngford S farming 
Hurley K J farming 
InUnian Chas pen store 
Inkman Frank E frt agt C P R 
Jemmett Capt W S BC land surv 
Joynt Saml mixed farming 
Keene Miss L R A maid Dom Exp 

Farm 
Kent Farmers Inst Harry Fooks sec 
Kuhn Vernon R D poultry man 
Kimbert E bee-keeping 
I.imbert Jean mixed fnrniinc 
Logan Capt J J farming stock 
Lovell Chas sec foreman C P R 
I-uyat F farming and bees 
McCaffrey Peter S phys Prov Med 



Mii'riul.v Duncan mixed farming 
Mci.'urkiiell Jliss teacher 
McD.inald A .\ farming dairy 
McDonald C mixed farming 
McDonald Mrs V A mixed farml 
McDonald Lachlan emp Dom Exp 



Magill Robt A farming 
Maitland Robt farming 
Marshall Capt Chas retired 
Marshall Henry M mixed farming' 
Martin Emil mixed farming bees 
Mitchell J mixed farming 
^Fuore Capt V.'m S farming JP 
ilorrow Darcy farming 
Mowat H E teller Bk of Montreal 
Mulligan Hugh with Dom Ex Farm 
MuFselwhite W herd Dom Ex Farm 
Nichols George 
Xurse Geo farming 
Ogilvie Geo mixed farming 
Ogiivie M E bkpr A C Webster 
Petterkin Henry D dairy farming 
Pollock Andw with Dom Exp Farm 
Pollock Mrs Jane mgr bdg house 

Dora Exp Farm 
Probert Evan H mgr B V Hotel 
Probert Mrs R prop H V Hotel 
Richards E M farming 
Richards J E mixed farming 
Roach R G loc mgr B C Tel Co 
Russell Edw mixed farming 
Saunders Ernest mixed farming 
Sinclair Finlay farming cattle bees 
Singh Bhagwan dairy farming 
Smith A W mixed farming 
Smith Chas farming 
Smith Frank A bakery and conf 
Smith P S school prin 
Steigenberger Harvey farming 
Steuart J with Dom Exp Farm 
Strang Mrs C elk A C Webster 
Sutherland Frank farming 
Sutherland H D mixed farming 

eatman Frank farming land surv 
Ik Mun 
Taylor Miss high school teacher 
Trenholme A A mixed farming 
Trenholme F G mixed farming 

uyttens J dairy farming 
Tuvttens M mixed farming 
Valley Meat Market (F M Goulding) 
Vance Benj mixed farming 
Vanslyke J E mixe.l farming 
Van Velzen Thoo ganlcnor 
Walker Wm mi sod farming 
Wadel A mixed farming 
Webb E 
Webb llr 
Webster A < ' ~ : 

West F nil • i 

Weston J : ■ .ing 

Whelpton I ■,,, s. I ; ir niiiig 
Whelplon .M;ir:.-t J r.wiiung 
Whelpton Wali.r mix. d farming 
Whitely .\ C tel o[.v r v R 
Williams W h. — k.-. i,u,g 
Williamson Wm K miNod farming 
Wilson John mixed farming: 
Wilson P dairy farming 
Wilson R J dairy farming 
Young Chas W laby asst Dom Exp 



email Dom Exp Far 
ID II Dom Exp larm 
• nip Dom Exp Far 

' j; emp D E I'ariii 

m farming 
ii.o farming 
y larming 
etirod 

iiux.d farming 
1. X M mixed farming 
^ A bee-keeping 
wart mixed farming 



r.'fve Kent DIst 
ling bees 
a-sst supt 1 



ig Colin with Dom Exp Farm 



a P.O. and ranching setl 
Cariboo Pr,.v. EI..-. Dis' 
Irom Pcmbcrton on the 
tho nearest shipping and 
point. See also I'ciiiherton 
Baker N J cattle raising 
Barbour C dairy farming 



■d farming 

sst mgr P T Co 

I'emberton Trading 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Smith J asst sec foreman P G E Ry 
Taiellefer Jos prop Pemb Hotel 
Tuck Vi N sec foreman P G E Ry 



AHOUSAT 

a P.O. and settlement on Flores Is- 
land, west coast of Vancouver Island, 
midway between Barclay and Xoolka 
Sounds, 90 miles northwest ot Port 
Albernl. reached by C.P.R. West 
Coast steamers, which leave \ictoria 
on the 1st, lOlh and liOth of each 
month. Dom. Govt, telegraph station 
and Presbyterian mission for the 
Indians here. The district offers 
opportunity for logging, mining and 
fishing. 

Ahousat Supply Co gen store 
\ugust V.'m gen store 
Fllzpatrick Kdw farming 
Gibson Lumb-r & Shingle Mill 
Millar Hev J L missionary and PM 
Nelson Albt K llsherman 



Hills bkpr H Giegerieh 

Morrison Phil miner 

Murray James miner 

Xelson Otto le.ssor Little Phil Aline 

Xoble J H supt Florence Mill Mine 

Oughtred Lawrence supt Hi^hlind 

Mine 
Parson Harry mlwrt Highland Mill 
Peterson Emil lessor Little Phil Mint 
Rossiter Chas prospector 
Scott John J miner 
Scradden Geo ranching 
Skyline Mine H Giegerieh mgr siUer 
Smith J W mgr Tarilt Mine 
Smith W D mine lessor 
Smith \V J (United Mine) notar\ 
Spokane Trinket Mine Jas McDougall 

nigr. silver lead 
Steele H mill foreman 
Tariff Mine J \V Smith mgr silver 

lead 
Thompson Lorric teamster 
Thompson 1. H millnian 
Thompson Kobt prop Central Hotel 
Trainor John lessor Little Phil 
Initod Mine (\V J Smith) 
Williams — shoemaker 



AINSWORTH 

a P.O. and mining town in the KasIo 
Prov. Elec. iJist., on the west side of 
Kootcnay Lake. 12 miles south of 
Kaslo and 2a northeast of Nelson: 
reached by C.P.U. lake steamers. 
Dom. Express, C.P.R. and B. C. tele- 
phones. Has public school. Popu- 
lation, 250. The district offers up- 
portunltips In mining. and the 
natural hot water springs attract 
many tourists and rheumatic pa- 
tients. 

Bridges Chas lessee Tariff Mine 
Brown Geo carpenter 
Cazzazz M barber 
Central Hotel Robt Thompson prop 

hotel and h<pt sprintis 
Cowan .V T gen store 
Curry Jas niin preispt^ctor 
Davis Geo eng Highland Mill 
Duncan F nillliiian 

Krickson A r, K.-^s..r Little Phil Mine 
Fetcher John ninr H Gleg.rich 
Florence Mine H E Hewer supt silver 

lead 
Gallagher Mine McVicar & Smith 

mgrs silver lead 
Giegerieh Henry g.'n store mgr Sky- 
line Mine- 
Gilchrist Duncan prospector 
Grant Dnni.-I prospictor 
<;rant ICinc Hotel .s A King prop 
Hardy J K prospi-ctor 
Harnian C K miner 
Hawes Jos foreman No 1 mine 
Hawes T lessor .Maestro .Mine and 

sec school board 
Hcwor H E supt I'lorence .Mine 
Hii;hl;ind Mine Cons M & S Co Ltd 

H..rii.' l' foreman Highland Mine 

Jone.i Hugh cigiiis snit drinks 
Kennedy Frank l.ssft- Tarill Mine 
King S A prop Grant King Hotel and 



AJREY'S LANDING 



Ml 



i-iul 



J W 



M.-Dougall Jas 

kett Mine 
.McLellan l<avld moste 

land Mine 
McLollan I'vcrclt mini 
•Mcl.elUin Lofe forini 



mgr 
poknne Trln- 
• mcch Hlgh- 



Mi 



Mel 
Mr\ 
.Mine 



lill 



nr A Smith 



Cedar Poir 



AIYANSH 

.1 P.O. and Indian village in \tlin 
Prov. Elect. Disl. on the .Vaas I'i\ r 
reached by boat from Mill T i\ it 
mouth of Naas River, distnnl ( > 
miles: and IDO from Prince Kui rt 
The valley Is suttoel for mixed i irm 
Ing and fruit. Gov. prc-einplion 
reserve extends for 23 miles, 2 miles 
on either side of the river. lias 
Dom. Govt. Tel. odlce. Popiilition 
6$ whites and 2G0 Indians. 
Cokker Mrs and Son farmers 
Capper Miss P matron Indian Dcpt. 
Imiu^lo Jean V. trapper 
J..hns.>n — lineman 
Lanter I H telegraph operator 
McCullagh Rev. J U Ang missionary 
Smith — farmer 
Spencer — farmer 
Stewart Elijah 15 gen store and fur 

trader 
Stewart Wm market gardener 
Stiirg.s Mips sch tchr 
Trail Cruiser Kev J L McCullagh pub 
Vetter J farmer 



ALAMO CONCENTRATOR 

a siding at the Alamo Concentrator 
near Sandon, on the Kaslo-Nakusp 
bran.li .n C.P.U., in Slocan Prov. 
i;iic. DIst. Three Fiirks is nearest 
iM'.K. station, distant 1 mlK>. and 
.New DenveM- nearest C.P.R. tel otiice 
and the business centre, disliint 3'i. 
miles. Population 50. Local resour- 
ces — mining. Sandon is the P.O. 
.Mamu :Mino C Cunningham supt 
l:ut.h:irt 11 I, 

Green r..ss .Mine C Cnnnlngham supt 
Idaho Mine C Cunningham supt 
.Mcl.nnders C R 




; J. Hanbury 
;& Co. Ltd. 

i 

Lumber 

Finish 

Sash, Doors 

MillWork 

j 'Wood and 
Goal 

4H & GracjillB 
VANCOUVER 



isdtJiJ 



B. C. DIKECTORY 



Modern Office 
Supply Co., Ltd. 

DESKS 

Qairs, Tables 

Bookcases 

FILING 

CABINETS AND 

SUPPLIES 

J^on-Shlne 

Felt Chair Pad. 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modern Furniture 

for the 

Modern Office 

163 Pender St. W. 

Vancouver 



nearest railway and telegraph point. | Martin Peter pre-emptor 
Local residents consist of pre-empt- Mitchell A I^ farmer 

appcrs and i)rospectors. Good I Mountain Mills Lumber Co 



liunting and magnirtcent climate. 
Bers Andrew pre-emptor 
IJranham J logging 
Icismo John miner and pre-emptor 
Godbout Alphonso L farming 
Jackson Egerton pre-emptor 



Alb 



When the visitor arrives in ihc Al- 
bcrni Valley he realizes what the 
feelings of the poet. Tom Moore, 
were when he viewed the Vale of 
Avoca, in County Wicklow. where 
the waters of the Avon and Aioca 
meet, and the poet exclaimed: 'There 
is not in the wide world a valh-y ro 

heart of man can lind supreme 
satisfaction, if he Is not wed- 
ded to the gridiron-pallorned 
city of cement and brick, with 
Its accompanying discordance 
of street sounds, its senseless 
rush and hurry. Us poor-rich 
people with their half-scared, 
care-marked fares. Albcrni. 
then, must be considered first 
as a district, and now for a 
summary of this truly wonder- 
ful area: The Albcrni Valley Is 
about 2u miles lonB ami an 
averaire of about 4 miles wiihv 
This Is practically all rnp.ihle 
of bclnR turned to agricultunil 
account. To-day. the bulk of 
It is covered with one ..t th. 
grandest stands of tlmb.-r thnt 
North America can show. II r.- 
is where the giant tirs an. I 
cedars form a reserve of 



John pre-emptor 
Pederson Mathias pre-erfiptor 
Pinniger John W pre-emptor 
Sjoquist Chas O PM JP and deputy 

Mining Recorder 
Thomas Dell guide 



erni 

wealth that ensures activity for 
thousands of people for many years 
to come. Down this wonderland valley 
Hows the S.miass Kiver. which, be- 
fore reaching the sea at the end of 
the valley, is stren;.-thenod in volume 
by the waters of the Stamp and Ash 
rivers, and flows on through some 




DON WATSOX, I'n)i)rictoi- Phone 70: Privati- Md'J 

ALBERNI GARAGE 

At tho Em\ of the Paeifie Ili-rhway 

Gasoline Oils Repairs 




HIRE YOriJ CAi; FHO.M I'.S F()l{ ("EXTWAI, AND SPiJOAT 
LAKES— THE KI.S1IE]{MAN"S PAK.XDISK 



ALBERNI 



Vancouver Island, B.C. 



i WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 

that form the ideal homesites of this ; 
district. The climate is mild; all 
kinds of fruit, such as apples, pears, 
cherries, plums. strawberries.", 

peaches, raspberries, and all that ai 
mild temperate area can produce. 
There are mountains which are a ; 
perpetual charm to the eye; lakes | 
'0 miles lone and alive with lish, ; 
as are also the rivers and the sea, I 
which touch the south end of the I 
valley and gives a line harbor for | 
shipping of any dimensions that ; 
may call here. So we have moun- 
tains, valleys, lakes, woods, iruit, | 
fish, game in abundance, mild clim- , 
ate, minerals (coal has been found | 
In the valley), the sea — in short, all 
that is necessary to the mind and 
body of mankind. This valley will i 
have a prosperous future. The ^ 
wheels of prosperity are already 
humminp. At the south end of ihei 
Alberni Valley are the twin cities of' 
Alberni and I'ort Alberni. which ad-, 
join and form practically one. being i 
divided merely for municipal pur- 1 
poses. In th-;.«e towns will be found I 
up-to-date stores, sawmills, churches I 
schools (Includir.k- lii;,-h scliool). hos- I 
pital. and ;.ll e.-^s. iitials to modern 
requirements. Has ollioe of I ro\ . 
G-ovt. At'ent. rruv. Assessor and 
Collector. Land Commissioner Al- 
berni Land Hecordlnff District, Al- 
bernl District Kccislrar of the. 
County Court, Prov. folio.- Constable, 1 
Gold Commissioner and .Minim,' 
Recorder Alberni Xllnini,- Division, 
Agent Dom. Depl. of Indian AlTalrs. j 
Govt. Tclesraph and Telephone. A, 
branch of the C.lMt. serves the 
valley and the two towns, and Kives 
regular service to Victoria. .N'analmo, 
Vancouver and all points on the o.r. 
R systi'm. UesiUes rail communica- 
tion, a steamship service connects 
with ^•ictoria and the west coast of 
Vancouver Island. I'opulntlon. 830. 
(Signed) A. H. ULAKBMORK. 



Alberni Clt 



OlTlce 



Govt. Aet. — .\. O. Freeze 
Assr, and Collr. — A. G. Freeze 
Constable— H. N. Wood 

Alberni Farmers Instilutc T S Grieve 



Burke Cathlene elk Pineo Bros 

Burke J J prop Alberni Livery 

Burke R elk K H Paine 

Chase C mixed farming 

Clark D farminp 

Clarke J (Arlington Hotel) 

Coleman K blacksmith 

Coleman Wm farming ■ ' 

Cook H E farming 

Cox C A Indian ugt , 

CroU Capt J A tug boat 

Crowley Fred farming 1 

I'rowley Harry V farming t 

Darbv Robt farming i 

Dopson .S of Paine & Dopson | 

Drinkwater Alfred carpenter ; 

Drinkwater B farming 

Drinkwater F li farming 

lirinkwater Geo trapper 

Rekland Gus farming 

IMIund Xels farming 

Fast & West Lumber Co H T Ross 

Fvans R VT plumbing farming 
Forrest Geo bldg contr undertaker 
Forsyth John mech Alberni Garage 
Freeze Arthur G govt agt prov assr 

and collr, gold comr and mining 

recorder 
Frost K E forest ranger 
i;iil V. L mixed farming 
i;ianvllle W A mixed farming 
Gncdall E mlxeil farming 
G W V A. Fred Street sec 
Greenup K bees, farming 
Grieve John teaming and wood 
Grieve T G mixed farming „. 
Grieve T S bee-keeping sec Cherry 

Cr.-. k Valley School Board 
Griilin W B farming 
Guilk.d Mrs 
liarvev <• T farming 
Ile.islip U W eari> contr 
II. mil Albt W farming 
mils Albert appr Alberni Garage 
Mills Henry gardening 
Hills J farming 
Hoard U A logging contr 
Hodgson .Mrs i; s.c school board 
Ho,lgs..n II M T elvll eng 
Molt .M L diy gds boots shoes 
Holt Wm M p..slmaster 
Holchkiss U J dairying 
llowllt B J J prin school 
Ilufl Capt G A Mayor 
Imperial (ill Lid 15 F King ngt 
Kerr — Ilsherman 
King H F agt Imp Oil Co 
King Fredk farming 
Langhout Gerrct I arming ^ „ . , 
Ledwnrd J.-hn pr..p Portland Hotel 
Leo Agnes rlk H H I'aino 
I . . ; 1 , I • i-i>irar <".>unly Court 



AND 

BLAGC^ 



( Joha J. Baaficld EsL 
1891) 

General 
Insurance 

and 

Financial 
Agents 

Phone 
Seymour 153 

327 
Seymour St. 

I 



Alb.rnl Gnrage 1 


on Watson prop 


Alberni Land Co 


1 arming 


Alberni LIv.ry J 


.1 Burke pr.ip 


Andrews J poult 


y-raisliig 


ARIiINGTOK HOTEI. (D McKenzie 


and J Clarke) 




Askew C S niiNe 


1 farming 


Atkinson T farm 




Bain Itev H A 1 


r.sb minister 


Batty Oscar iiigr 




Baync P 11 C lor 


■man Alb Land Co 


B.iync U S mix.. 


1 arming 


l:. villi J C r...ul 


supt 


r.. v.ni \V P assi 


disl eng 


B.ek A J mixed 


Kirmlng 


l'..M J relir.'.l 




P-it-nu.re C clerk 




l-nUs F C l..iiik 


mgr 


i:.-lH.p C F .V: S( 


n grocers 


Itl.Uemoro A II . 


.,iitr builder 






I:li'."i','(-' Kri'll'iiilx' 


,1 "I'll- 1,11 Tig 


r...M. U S n.rm 


III: 


i;i..i..l Fr.Ml liiiM 




Bro«ii« 11 11 1,1 





True! 



iS 



ling 



.\rIlnglon Hotel) 



6 ton capacity 
Immediale De.t-try 

COLUMBIA 
SIX 

Cm of lb< Hichw.y 

Motor 
Service, Ltd. 

B.C. Diilrlbulort 

llOSGranvilleSt. 
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I B.C. 



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Western 

Assurance 

Co. 

Head Office: 
TORONTO, ONT. 



Fire, Marine 
and Automobile 
Insurance 



AGENTS 

WANTED 

in Unrepresented 

Districts 

Branch Office lor 
British Columbia: 

708-709 
Bosrd o( Trade Bid;. 

Vancouver, B.C. 

R. \V. POIGI.AS. 



Patterson Agnes asst PH 

Pender Geo farminsr 
I I'iecrott W R J elk J M Thomson 
, Tinder J farming; 
; Pineo A J Unitarian minister 

Pineo Bros (C il and H D) drugs 
, and sta 

Pioneer Feed Coal & Oil Co Ltd A W 
Xeill ni-r 

Plaunt T larmine 

Portland Hotel John Ledward prop 

Prescott W U H farniinp: mun elk 

Pybu.s Dr John A retired 

Hedlord J I'arniine 
I Robinson J mixed farming 

Rochester A tishing 

Rofr Geo C elk ;;iivt otlice 

Roper J JI mixed farming 

Ross Geo C, farmini; 

Ross H T mcr K & \V Lbr Co 

Skene J A niijr Monitor Mine 

.Skipsey J T mixed farming 

.Smith A L 

Somcrs I E farming 

.'Spencer G A mixed farming 
I Stephens M M rval est 

.Street t'rcd sec G \V V A 
' Strlck J laborer 

Taylur C sta .ng larmlnc 

Taylor C jr mixed farming 

Tcbo M mining 

Thompson Oliver C farming 

Thomson J .Mc(;regr>r gen store 

Thomson Robl W farming 

Thomson Wm T farming 

Toms H E labor.r 

Toms Sidney tnistr J J Burke 

Toy S merhanic 

Von Urcndel I.udwig farming 

Warks Mrs J sum resort (Sprout 
I-ake) 

Watson D prop Albernl Garage 

Watts Wattle farming 

Welner X II laborer 

Whyte K M Pom Exp nnd sta agt 

Wood H \ Prov Constable 

lust <; farming 



BR017N 

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Florists 

Cut Flowers 

Wedding 

Bouquets 

Funeral Designs 

SEEDS 

BULBS 

POT PLANTS 

NURSERY 

STOCK 

Fruit and 

Ornamental 

Trees and Shrubs 



48HastingsSl.E. 

Vancouver 



W.)0'l«ar.i II fan 
\LBEKTA BAY 



ling 



a sleani.r Iniulliig on Howe Sound. 
In Iho .North Vmicouver Provincial 
Electoral Uislrict. Xo residents. 

ALBERT CANYON 
a village and P. O. in the Re\elstokc 
Prov. Klec. Uist.. ..n the Illecillewaet 
River and main line C.I'.R.. 20 miles 
east of Revelstoke. Dom. Ex.. C.P.R. 
Telegraph. Population. Idrt. Local 
resources: Mining properties. big 

I game hunting, and natural hoi 
springs. 

j .\ho John loco llrrman 

! Carlson Ch.is mixed farming sec 
school hniird 

I Carraro .Vntonio soc foreman 
Clarke Geo fireninn 



Durh; 



l.onn.ird S watchm.m 

.McKcnzIc W i; hco eng 

McSorley John lir. ward.n 

.Murr:iy D .1 enirin-.-r 

Port.T C .\ t.l.i.-ra|ih operator 

UatrimV Mrs G... mixed farming 



from Victoria, also stage and boat 

Colwood on the K. & X. Rv.. 7 tr.iles 

nearest rail. Melchosin. G miles near- 
est boat landing. ' 

Ashe G P mixed farming 

Garrett J farming 

Uaynes Humphrey mixed farming 

Conner ^Vm gravel \va.sher 

Duke Mrs Anne mixed farming 

Foster John teaming 

Hannan C J poultry raising 

Hart E C physician 

Hart Mrs M A mixed farming 

Higgs F F mixed farming sec school 
board 

Homer Ben stage to Victoria 

Homer Paul mixed farming 

Jacobson E engineer 

Mcllwain T H mixed farming 

Murray A farming 

Murray J farming 

X'icholson Mrs .M farming 

Nicholson Miss farming 

Porter Maurice .\ 

Producers Rock & Gravel Co G W 
Trenchard supt 

Reese S llremaii 

Sheriff Geo caprenter 

Spencer Thos lab..r.r 
I Trenchard G W supi Producers' Rock 

& Gravel Co 
I Waddcll T R farming 
I Wale !•' laborer 

ALBION 

a P. O. and settlement In Dewdney 
Prov. Elcc. Pist.. on the C.P.R. main 
line. 31J miles east of Vancouver and 
3 cast of Ilancy. Served also by 
Eraser River slonm.rs to .Mbion 
Wharf from Xew Wevt minster Do- 
minion Expr.ss and C.P.R.. Tele- 
graph at Haii.^y. ll.is srhool. shingle 
and saw mills, and P.. C. Telephone. 
Population. >.".. Timber, fruit-grow- 
ing, dairying and mixed farming. 

Aho E farming 

-Alexander Sanui.-l fnrming fruit 

linker .Vlex li.>-liing 

liaker Alonzo fariKlng 

Uaker Peter fnrming 

naylay E farming 

Cadman S G fanning 

Carss 1* poultry i"arming 

Edge Jos farming 

Ferguson W saw mill 

Fulton Geo farmlri'i councillor 

Ganghler John niKo.l larining 

n.illi.l.iy W M In.l.an ;ig.„t and J P 

Hans.n L Ti-li-rmin f.i.iiier 

Hlldor Pros n.iN. .1 fanning 

Hill Hendrirk nils, d farming 

Ingram 1, p..iiliry farming 

Jackson John farming 

Johnson Mrs J mixed farming 

Kanaka Creel 

Whirleh. r 
Kennard Win 
Kruk MIchn. 
I.ahtl C poiil 
Mndberg A| , 
I.ln.lKH.s |.- ,, 
Mrl>... ,M \ 



fai 



ALBERT HEAD 

'a farming s,Hl.-ni 



.d by U.M.n 



le .Mill Mr. Mc- 



Newl Walter I.- 



WlilGLEYS B. C. DIRECTORY 



ALERT BAY 



SANSS C S. Pruit and Poultry 
Banch, Blacksmitli, Horseshoer, 
Stationery, B C Tel Pay Station, 
Postmaster. 

Sato L, farming i 

Beaton M poultiy farming I 

Sblraoda K iruil-pn-winic 

Sote S pouliry-raising 

Spencer Davi.l caiile-ralsine ' 

Teloskey Alex iruil-farminB ; 

Wright Harry tishing , 

AXBREDA ' 

a station on the C.X.R. and G.T.P. 
Rys., in Fort Geor:;e Prov. Elec. Disl.. 
8 miles east of Tete Jaune Cache and , 
40 miles from Klue River. Has G. 
N. W. Tclcsraph. PopulaUon. 21. 1 
Abundance of mica about 2 miles dis- 
tant, and cordwood. 
Abrams T farming 
Askln A farming 
Brownson Julius A farming 
Chrlstoft Steve sec foreman G.T.P. 
Frederick John sec foreman C.N.R. 
Frye Fred farming 
Joylc Cliflord farming 
Lavolc Jo.=cph farming 
McGuinncss C L lei o|)r 

ALDEBGROVE 

a I'. O. and village on the G. N. Ry. 
and N. P. Ry.. miles west of 
Abbotsford and 48 cast of Van- 
couver, in Delta Pro. Elec. I>ist. Has 
G. N. Express. G. X. W. TeloKrai)h 
and B. C. Telephone service. H.is of- 
fice of Acting Sub-Collector of 
Customs. Local industries shingles, 
tics and mixed farming. 
Aldcrgrovc Farmers Inst A K Gold- 
smith sec 
Aldersrove Hotel Jas Dobson prop 
Aldergrove Shingle Mills 
Ashly A poultry-ral.iinB 
Balncs F E mixed farming 
Ball T W mixed forming 
Beaver River Lumber Co 
B C Telephone Co Mi.«s Clufley ngt 
Bru.ikey G rfilxed farming 
Campbell River Lunibor Co 
Campbell Saml act sub-coll customs 
Catlo Joseph mixed farming 
Catlo John mixed farming 
rhristie J mixed farming 
ri. rii.K R mixed farming 
dull. V Mij^s agl U C Tel Co 
C.tt. H E .M farming 

.y John C f.irmlng 



Cur 



I)c 



H 



Hotel 



Uobstm J;is prop -Vldergrove 
Elliott E mixed farming 
Elliott J W mixed farming 
Emanuel R mixed farming 
Erlckson Nils G farmlne 
Eve Frank carpenter and poultry 
Falconer P mixed farming 
Fltzpatrick Thoma.o \V i:irmlng 
Frnnkpske M mixed farming 
Frn.oor Valley Nurseries l,ld 
Glllett Jns retired 
Gllley Herbert mgr Otter Shingle Co 
Gllson r. J mixed farming 
Gledlilll A K mixcil farming 
I'.Iedhill J .V niix.d fanning 
• irying 



s n 



\\ 1 



Hoffman L farming 

Houston Jamos farming 

HuUdlestono J J shingle man 

Jackman Richard farming 

Jackson M E dairying 

Janson Victor farming 

Johnson Charles G farming 

Kallstrom J G mixed farming 

Kejnki F dairying 

Kuhar E mixed farming 

Laron Ed A meat market 

LeFeuvre John elk and treas Watsqui 

Dist 
Lehmann V dairying 
Lindstrom Mrs A bee-keeping R R 1 
McCallum Alex reeve Malsqui Dist 
McConu'-ll A mixed farming 
.Mclntyre Mitchell farming 
M.icey J F mixed farming 
.Macey W J mixed farming 
MacKenzlc M A mixed farming 
Mansell Frank C farming 
Mellander Martin Z farming 
Moore Geo millman 
-Murphv H mixed farming 
-Murphy J mixed farming 
Murray \Vm gen store and P.M. 
Xa.>!corc l-:d\vard farming 
Naylor F R farming : 

Otter Shingle Co Ltd Herbert Gilley 

mgr mfrs I 

Phil Morris farming I 

poolrv H A immig and customs insp i 
l'(.w.-ll R J farming and bees 
PiillinL:.r S mixed larming 
I'rasiloski T mixed farming 
I-.Kl.^ir.l.'i Clins 

llirhards T R mi.xed farming 
Itoss .\ mixed farming 
llo.ss .Martin J farming 
Ito.'^s P dairying , „ 

Sandcrcock I'.ter L farming R R 
Sanderson P H mixid farming 
Sherlock C C gi-n store 
Shortrced I'lnicun farming 
Slddan %V mixed farming 
Sinclair l>uiican farming 
Sinclair Edward farming 
Singer F M .Mill Co 
Smith G«>o farming 
Stancombe H mixed farming 
Stevenson James farming 
Swanson \V F mixed farming 
Teetn.rt Paul farming 
Vail, tia A M cattle-raising 
Vanetta Wm H 
Walker J mixed farming 
Walker M C shingle mill npr 
Warner A t> mixed farming 
Warner G H mixed farming 
Webster Rev S S 
Wcstlnnd Alex 
Westland Andrew 
Westland A mixed forming 
White 1, It mixed farming 
Williams Harry W blacksmith 
Williams Hugh farming 

AU>ERMERE 

at Junction of Ilulkley and Telkwn 
Klvors. liO miles southeast of Hazle- 
ton 111 Omlneca Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
distant ". mile from T(4kwa. on the 
G.T.P. See nnr 



AUTO 
RADIATOR 

& 
LAMP CO. 



For \n:ecked or 
badly frozen rad- 
iators — We make 
complete cores. 



Our Prices are 
Reasonable. 



We Save You 
Time -ind Money. 



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VANCOUVER 

B. C. 

Pacilic Coast 



under Telkwn the 



ALDRIDGE 



Moyi. 



Klec 



>n at south end oi 
he CPU. Crow.. .. 
1 west of .Moylc the P 
St of Crnnbrook and 
i.f Yahk. in Cranbn 
Dlst. Section crew. 



AI.ERT BAY 

a lishing village nnd P. O. on Cor- 

-....1 i.= i..i..i lir.iiiL-hton Strait. 

. rea.hed by 
(V.s boats 



Cl. 



I c'rvit. nnll FnU 



R H. Wright. Mgr. 

We make a Speci- 
alty o{ Fin.incing 
Oil Com panics and 
Handling Oil 
Lease, 

SEE US 

for news of latest 
development in 

Frascr Valley 
Oil Fields 

Phone Sey. 28<)0 

612 Slindard Ba<>:> 
Bnilding 

Vancouver 



AiERT BAY 



WEIGLEVS n. C. DIRECTOKY 



B.C. 

COrvlMERCIAL 

s 
c 

H 
O 
O 
L 

ESTABLISHED 1909 

A select school for 
busincsslraining— 
small classes. 

Individual 

Teaching 
All students per- 
sonally instructed 
and recommended 

by 
H.C.Dulfus.Mgr. 

709 Cforgij, W 
VANCOUVER 



from Vancouver, distant 1S3 miles. 
Outport of Vancouver. Has wireless 
telegraph oilicj and Government long 
distance telephone. Olfice of Prov. 
Police Constable. Sub-Recorder Xan- 
aimo MininsT Division. Dominion 
Dept. of Indian affairs Kwawkewith 
Dist. and Sub-Collector of Customs. 
Has Ansjlican and Methodist churches 
and public school. Population. loO 
whites and 200 Indians. Local re- 
sources: salmon fishing and timber, 
headquarters for I'rov. Government 
forest ranpers. Tourists are much 
interested in the exquisite collection 
of totem poles. 

Alert Cay Cannery B C Packers Assn 
owners M n Chambers nigi- 
salmon canners and tren store 
Alert Hay Sawmill B C Packers Assn 
owners A M Wastcll m(rr mfrs 
lumber bo.Kcs ami Keii store 
.\ndrcws Miv.-^ M acot sawmill 
Hcswick Wm meat market 
Chamb.rs Jlilo li nifc-r cannery and 

P .AI 
(•....)< stophrn Ren store 
I'l.rliM- i;. \ A W .Vng clergyman and 

i""Mi. ■. .M.ari.',. iiii.x.-d farming 
c'liliiis ,>: iraMm.r conl'ectionery 
I 111. ii. 11 -Mis.s K mulruii liidusi Sehool 
lOiiKlish C M mgr Nlinpkish Lake 

L..i;L-ing Co 
Kerdyman Miss E W bees tchr In- 

du.strlol School 
Girls Home school for Indian girls. 

Rev A W Corker prin 
C, W V A M C Potts sec 
Halliday W M Indian .Vgt and J P 



fictory 
Hour 
Mills 

—Limited— 
MFRS & DEALERS 

FLOUR 
FEED 
CEREALS 
GRAIN 

Poultry Foods 

806 Beach Ave. 

VANCOUVER 
B. C. 



1 lloum .Ml red Moses nipr 
.-. h.iol. seh..ol fi.r Indian 
< K Dibli.n matron 



L prov constable 
mgr Indian pool Room 
"n-Operativo .\ssn con- 



Niiiil.kish l,.ike Logging Co C M 

Knglish mgr 
Nixon Miss .M V. tclir Indust School 
OIncy KImer billiards and lee cream 
Potts M l- ('..11 Customs and agt. 

Govt Telegraph 
Robinson K It J P Uegislrar H M & 

D Mininu K.i-..r<l.r. .Sec. Sell i:rd 
St Gvi.rK.s ll,.si.ital G H Wilson 

reslil.nt physician 
Sler Miss A M to.icli.-r Indust School 
Staff J A mi\.<l farming 
Stapley G G ucct Nlmpkish Lake 

Logging Co 



A\'elsh James acct carmery and asst 

P M 
Wilson G H res phys St George's 

Hospital 

ALEXANDRA 

a station on the B. C. Elec. Ry. 
Steveston line, 8 miles from Van- 
couver. 2 miles from Marpole and 
C miles north of Steveston. in Rich- 
mond I'rov. Elec. Dist. Farming and 
vegetable-growing. See names under 
Lulu Island, the P. O. 

ALEXANDRIA 

a P. O. on the Upper Fraser River. 32 

miles south of (Juesnel by Cariboo 

Road. Stage from Ashoroft. 18S 

miles. There is a steamer landing. 

.\nders W J trader 

.\rmstrong A C poultry-raising 

Hulborn S L cattlc-raisiiig 

MrCombs T S cattlo-raising 

Middleton R cattlo-raising 

Moifat C dairy farming 

.M..itat H sec Sisters Crook Sch Brd 

I Moiial R It dairv farmlnt: 

' l!..«-.-a Jlrs -M E ranch and gon store 
Webster J H mixed farming 
Webster W' general morrh.int 
Webster W J cattle-ralsmg 
Webster W I., cattle-r.iising 
Windt A T dairy farming 
Windt C C cattle-raising 

ALEXIS CREEK 

a P. O. and cattle-raising district at 
junction of Alexis Creek and Chil- 
eoten River. IS miles northwest of 
Hanceville. in Cariboo Prov. Klec. 
Dist.. reached by stage from L".0- 
.Mile House, on the Cariboo Ronil. 
distant 83 mlhs. or from Williams 
Lake on the P.i;.i:. Ky.. distant 73 
miles. Has telephone oinco. I'opu- 
latlon. .".0. Good lishing in the lakes 
of the Coast Range, distant west and 
south Ironi jO f> lun miles. Horses 
and rami) outllts can be obtained. 
Anahnni Indian Reservation, 8 miles 
distant. 



I Atkinson Capt retired 
Atkinson I'.lair ranching 
.\tklnson E V ranching 
Axfonl Gilbert ranching 
Havlifi Gav ranching 
l^avlilf H P L stock-raising 
Bolnngor A miner 
lUIss Walter ranching 
HIIss W H ranching 



A. E. ¥/]RIiGHT 

Civil Engineer 

British Columbia and Dominion Land Surveyor 

Specially: ^fining Claims 

Kcports Estimates Plans 

ALICE ARM. Prince Rupert Office, 211 3rd Street 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



ALICE ARM 



Brown J E ranchlng^ 

Carman R B clerk 

Chadwell Jas ranchins 

Chilcoten Gen Hospital J H Wright 

resident physician 
Chilcoten Public School 
Christie A G stock-raising 
Christie Wm stock-raising 
Copeland W \V stock-raising 
Ducharme Alex miner 
Fraser 1) H ranching 
Goerin? M stock-raising 
Good Mary housekeeiier 
Graham Alex stock-raising 
Harvey T J ranching 
Lee E P stock-raising 
Lee T C gen store 
Loomis E stock-raising 
McCuIloch \V G ranching 
Macauley A stock-raising 
Maxwell C B stocU-raising 
Moore K B ranching 
Morgan T P stock-raising 
MulvahllU J W stock-raising 
Neece Earl ranchins 
Newton Nigel ranching 
Newton II Kitz NiKcl stock-raising 
O'Brien M D trader 
Prltchard G V C school teacher 
Robertson A H ranching 
Ross Italph U stock-raising 
Symons H D ranching 
Valleau E U ranching 
Wright J H physician 
Young Thos It stock-raising 

AliEZA LAKE 

a P. O. and station on the G.T.R. Ry., 
37 miles cast of Prince George In 
Kort George Elec. Ulst. No necnt. i 
Glscombe, 13 miles west. Is nearest | 
telegraph and i xprcss oilico. I'opii-' 
lotion of district IJO. l-'arming and | 
lumbering. j 

AI.EZA LAKE MlltS LTD. Trank ' 

Robb Local M^r, Mf rs Rongh and 

Srecsed Lumber and Logging. 
ANTHONY LUMBER CO LTD, Wm 

Anthony tlirr. Mirs Rouifh and 

Dressed Lumber. LofTfringr (Wiilto 

<c Co Ltd, Edmouton Sellisf , 

Agents). , 

licll J .1 farming ' 

Bond W G triniiiier AKza Lake Mills I 

Ltd I 

Cox James planerman Aleza Lake 

Mills Ltd 
DAVIDSON T M. General Store. I 

Dry Goods. Men's Ftimiihlngi. 

Groceries and Booms. 
I'aviilsMM .1 A i.o-;tni:ister and farmng 
Dawson .Mien sa« yer Aleza Lake 

Mills Ltd 
Dcsford Chas cng A L M Ltd 
Dodil -V farming and pool room 
Faulkner Lawson mill foreman 

Anthony Lbr Co Ltd 
HendrlcK-xoii Harry farming 
Hill n W firming 
Hotclikiss T fanning 
Hunt A farming 
King J farmiiig 
LYLE L. Reneral Store, Dry Goods. 

Men's Furnisliings, Boots and 

Shoos, Groceiies. Kooma and Tarm. 

Ing. 
MeCibhon 1, niKcil farniim; 
.Miljure C farming 
Miller R W farmin« 
Spencc J.Tiiies edgernian AK/.a Lake 

.Mills Ltd 



ALICE ARM 

a P. O. and mining settlement at 
head of Alice .\ria. on Observatorv 
Inlet, in Prince Rupert Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. reached by Inion S. S. Co.'s 
boats from Prince Rupert, which is 
the business centre, distant 100 
miles. Has Government telegraph 
oflice and oilicc of sub-recorder 
Naas River Mining Division. Angli- 
can mission once a month. Popula- 
tion 300. Local resources: Mining.. 
Kergcn & Fowler's launch makes tri- I 
weekly trips to Anyox connecting! 
with Grand Trunk steamships tor 
Prince Rupert and Vancouver. The | 
Dolly Varden Railroad was completed ' 
from tide-water at Alice Arm to the 
D.>lly Varden mine, li; miles up the 
Kitsirult river, in lOlJ, and will be' 
extended two miles to the Wolf 
claims In 1920. This railroad will i 
enable a large number of claims to , 
be developed into shipping properties i 
in 1920 and the further development i 
of the Dolly Varden. North Star and 
La Rose claims which used this ser- I 




ice 



The 



ill be I 



further opened up by several miles | 
of new trails in 1920. the construe- J 
tlon of a government wagon ro.ad i 
J'rom the settlement to the Dolly ■ 
Varden wharf, and application has 
been made lor the construction of a 
government wharf to care for the 
rapidly increasing business of the 
district. The settlement has a live i 
Commercial Club to care for the In- j 
terests of the district and furnish | 
reliable information In regard to 



Alice Arm Commercial Club H 

Gordon sec 
Alice Arm Hotel Ole Evindscn prop 

.\ni!ersr.n <". restaurant 



r.reiiier in.anor sehool teacher 
liruggy Mrs F T gen store 
liruggy Ge.> mgr Sirs V T Druggy 
Burke Wm prospector 
Calvin Jas prospector 
Cameron D W mining 
Campbell Rod prospector 
Carlson Gus prospector 
Carney Henry H postmaster 
Carney Mrs Tekla sub-recorder Prov 



COFFEE 
MILLS 

Colleri (or Bone. 
Cbopptn for Me»t. 
sod CombiiutioDi. 



Built for a lifetime ot 
h.ird service and priced 
jolhat tl>o> are buyable. 

Write t-. 

W. E. WALTER. Ud. 

54 Wsttr St. 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 



Ml 



I. rt prospector 

aiiii.s .M p Olson mgr 

A prospector 



DELCO-LIGHT PRODUCTS. Pattln- 

son. Ling- ft Co A^ts, Frinco 

Rupert. 
Dolly Varden Mines Taylor Eng Co 

oprs 
Dolly Varden R R Co Taylor Eng Co 

oprs 
Don.ild Mil.s opr La Rose Mines 
I'r. ;;.r .M.ut prospector 
PuiiKis Sieve of Kilsnnlt House 
riiul.y i:,l i.,-.eker and guide 
i:s|'. lanto .Mine .^^alin.is Bros mgrs 
lOvMid^en Ole prop Alice Arm Hotel 
I'aleoiier .V carp pm-ker 
I'.iUon. r T W plumber gen store 



.prie 



iro>r 



IS fn 



R 



Alezn Lake 



MURPHY 
& 

iCHAPUAN 



Commercial 
I Stationers 
and Printers 



7 99 
Granville St. 

Cor. Rob5on 

Vancouver 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Franco- 
Canadian 
Trust Co. 

Limited 

Administrators 

Guardians 

Trustees 

FINANCIAL 
AGENTS 

Fire Insurance 

Farm and Timber 

Lands on 

VancoDver Iiland 

502 Rogers BIdg, 
VANCOUVER 

Belmont House 

ViaORIA 



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The 
Star 
Printing 
Company 



Stewart, 
Proprietor 



rniiiers anil 
Slatioiiers 

LOOSE LEAF 
SPECIALISTS 

I'hone Sey. 8(.08 
812 PENDFR ST. 

Vijncoiivcr 

B.C. 



Co 
I Hanson L. A houseman 
I Hayes Jos prospector 
I Htslrop Harold prospector 

H-juber John prospector 
I Hunter Chas clerk 

t>tto prospector 
• rloy prospector 
Kaulb.-.k lieo prospector 
Kay Jt. bi lineman 
Kennedy Danii-l prospector 
Kergen H 1' of Kerijen & Fowler 
Kergen & Fowler launch service 
Kit^^ault House- Iiumas & Robertson 

props rooms tobacco 
La Kose Mines .Miles Uonald opr 
McAleenan Ja.s tubaccco mgr North 

Star -Mines 
McAleenan John miner 
McDonald Walter prospector 
McDonald Wni miner | 

McFarlane Wm prospector 1 

MolJinnis Kobt prosp.rtor I 

doe 



McL.ellan Norman pr 

-Mcl.eoil Anjius prospector 

McPhall Arclid prospector 

Martinson Fred lot'ger 

Matheson ij prospector 

Miller .Sid pro.sp.-.tor 

Miner Al proyp.ei..r 

Monroe Chas prospector 

.Moran Samuel pro-pector 

.Morley lildeon W pro.fpcctor 

Morley 1' prospietor 

Morrison J with 1^ Rose Mines 

North Star Mines Ja.s .McAleenan mgr 

Nulch Helen .onl. etioncry 

Nutter T C with I iiiled .Molal.s Co 

(THtra John lot,-t:iiik- 

lilsnn .M P mgr Clinuix Claim.s 

J'aiilccr Leo shoemaker 

I'eiioork Jas pr.ispector 

Peterson Hans prospector 

Peterson Morris prospector 

Picket K C prospirtor 

Pratt Ceo prosper!. ir 

Robertson J i: ol Kitsniilt H.mse 

Salinas Uros nik-r i:sp. rnnlo .Mine 

Scarlett J I' Prov fonslablo 

Shnckleton Thos prospector 

Silver Tip Mine Ceo H i{ammond 

mgr 
SkoRlund Fd pri'spector 
Smith Arthur prospector 
Smith Matilda laundry 
Stark John prospector 
Strombcrk Chas i ; prospector 
Stroniberk John W prospector 
Taylor FiiKiiieeriiiK Co oprs Dolly 

Varden Mines and Dolly Vardcn 

R R Co 
L'nlted Metals Co D J Hancock mgr 
Walker lUivcr .M prospector 
Watson (")1ivtT prospector 
Wells Jos Willi l.a l;os.- Mines 
\\illi:ims Ilury paokln;,- 

WRIOHT A E. Mineral Surveyor, 
Civil Emrin^er. Fl.int. Bln« Prints 
and Maps. (See advt.). 



I" 



ALIFORD BAY 



Prov. i;iec. Pist 
"Steamers. Popi 
lishluK s.ason. 
.Maritime Flsherl 



ition 200 durlnt; 

1 Md D T Sandlson 
1 eurers fertilizer 
store (head olllcc 



AIiKAXI LAKE 

a P. O. at north end of Alkali Lake 
(1 mile long) in the- north of the 
Lillooet District. 85 iniles northwest 
of Clinton, reached by stage. Ash- 
croft is 120 miles distant. There is 
an Indian reserve here with a popu- 
lation of 200 Indians. Has R C Mis- 
sion. Local resources: Mining and 
stock-raising. 

Curtis G H ranch foreman 
Dussault Felix farming 
Johnson C K W rancli gen store and 

J P 
Morin Leon clerk C E W Johnson 

ALLANDAliE 

a Dom. Govt, long distance telephone 
oflice, on the .\rrow Ijikes. 15 miles 
north of Castlegar. Nelson is busi- 
ness centre and Syringa Creek the 
P. O. 
Hirst A ranching and tel ollice 

ALLENBY 

a P. O. 4 miles south of Princeton. 
A company town, owned by the Can- 
ada Corpoiation. Ltd.. at which is 
located the oil notation eoncentr.ilion 
mill, 2.000 tons daily cai>acity. .Mine 
at Copper Mountain, 8 miles .south of 
Allenby. Has sawmill with daily 
capacity of 23.000 feet. I'opulation 
200. 
Canada Copper Corp Ltd U R Van 

Wagenon gen mgr 
Charlton C P aect C C C Ltd 
Copper .Mountain MIncCCC Ltd oprs 
Henderson C .M stores mgr C C C Ltd 
McFaehren J .\ loc mgr Suminurland 

Lumber Ltd 
Marston W Ray chf elcein CCC Ltd 
Meyer A K H auditor C C C Ltd 
Plommer H R purch act C C C Ltd 
Smith Van H mill siipt C C C Ltd 
Summerland Lumber Ltd J .V .Mc- 

Kachren htcjil manager 
Van Wagenen H P. gen mgr CCC Ltd 
Walters G S aeet 

ALLEN GKOVE 

a P. O. and settlem.nt In Slmllka- 
inecn Pro. Flee. Dist.. roaehe.l by 
stave Irom Penlieton. the buslU'Ss 
Centre. 12 mlhs noriheii5l. on the 
C. P. R.. and ri..m K.renieos. on the 
G. N. R.. 20 mil.s south. Il.ts Dom. 
Govt. lonK distance and local tele- 
phone connections and public school 
in whhh religious servic.s are held. 
District aniipi.d to (arming, stock- 
r.-iislng. Iruit growing. Has • some 
good timber, excellent hunting and 
llshinft, also good water power. Popu- 
laUon. <0 
Allen Richd 1. mixed farming fruit 

school trustee P .M and J P 
Itarrett Peter sta eng 
Mrent Ferdinnmi farming and stock 
llnnt Jos mixed farming and stock 
Clarke Cerald rarniing an<l stock 






d 

ing stock 
siork 

How. 11 p. r.v I Minltur stock 
l.el.l.v.r Co sta eng 
Lcl.l.v.'r Wm f:Mniliig stock 
Smith Angus farming stock 
'riuMiipson Ji'ihn farrolng sl.iek 
Thompson Wlllard larniing stock 

ALLISON 

a Hag station on the C. N. R.. .1 miles 
from ITInc.'ton. In Simllkamccn 
Prov. Kl.c. Dlst. No agent or local 



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AMBIiESIDE 



AliLUVIA 

a flag station and farming settlement 
on G. N. R. (Guichon. Clovcrdale and 
Vancouver line), in Surrey Munici- 
pality. Delta Prov. Elec. Dist., 4 
miles northwest of Cloverdale. the , 
P O., and 10 south of New West- , 
minster by road. Local resources: 

Cain G S farming 
Christopherson J S grocer 
Hadden \Vm towing 
Hennessey D S farming 
Johnston D A farming 
Johnston K farming 
Lamb Alex tanning 
Loney B farming 
Loney J farming 
McRride Bros f.irming 
Stevens A G farming 
Woodward J farming 

AliTALAKE 

a P. O. 1 mile from Mons Station, on 
P G K Rv.. 37 miles northeast ol 
Snuamish. in North Vancouver Prov. 
Elec. Dlst. Squamish is ilio nc.iro.-it 
Dom. Govt. Tel. olllce. and the busi- 
ness centre. Population. 40. Local 
resources: Logging, mming and ex- 
cellent fishing. 
Archibald Krnest ranching 
Archibald Miss Grace ranching 
Chandler C i: trapper prospector 
Droll K miner and prospector 
Gustafson P A miner 
Flndlay John ranching 
Holstman Harry farming 
Lorlnicr Dr V mixed farming 
Mitchell G H mixed farming 
Philip Alex prop Ilainbow Lodge 

grocer and larnilng 
Phillips Mrs Myrtle postmistress 
Rainbow Lodge Alex Philip prop 
Summit Mine J 11 Thompson mgr 

Iron (olllce Vancouver). 
Tapley S D ranching 
Slater W lumbering 
Wilson J mining 

ALTAMONT 



Shanks E C mixed farming 
Sommerville J farming 
SwaUvcll Win P mixed farming 
Williams M P ranching 
AiVIN 

a P. O. and settlement in Dewdney 
Prov. Elec. Dist., in Upper Pitt \ al- 
ley, reached by steamboat on Pitt 
Lake, and distaant 28 miles from 
Coquitlam, on the C.P.R.. the nearest 
railway and telegraph point. Dom. 
Govt, hatchery here. Local in- 
dustries: Lumbering, farming and 
mining. Population. 25. Some COO 
acres have been thrown open for set- 
tlement. 

Briandt Paul mining and eng 
Carter C C farming 
Chisholm Geo logging 
Cox Marcus farming mining 
Cunningham Stewart hatchery man 
Dom Govt Hatchery (Pitt Lake) J 

Mclsaac in charge 
ICck John mixed farming 
Kck Peter mixed farming 
li.iai,'eii.''un i;iKv mixed farming 
Ihiac. nson l>le mixed farming 
tclieryman 



Genera! 

Fancy 

Goods, Ltd. 



Hollyburn. tin 



nearest 



\Vi 



Prov. 



•:lcc, Dlst. 



Vancouver. 



AITA VISTA 

a P, O. and suburb of 

South Vanci 

See nnnios i 

AI.VASTON 

a farming settlement on the C.P,R, 18 

miles suuth of Vernon, the business 

centre and P. O. 

Bailey J f.vrniing 

Bak.r r n,ix.-.l larmlng 

Clark D furniing 

Clark Jeremiah larmlng 

Cleggett A N fruit fiirming 

Fowler J W fruit farmiiig 

Gay M fruit aiul veceuib.iles 

Johnston Cnpl fruit f.Trmlng 

Jones S fruit farming 

Lnwiey K fruit fnrming 

Lewis W Inriiitiig 

Lloyd R mixed 1 arming 

lodge W , , . 

McCarthy I". J mixed farming 

McDonath V fruit f.TrmIng 

McOon.Tld A mixed farming 

McMn.«ter .V rarmlng wood 

Pearson H farming 

Pitrle W farniiiig 



McCauley c;eo farming 

M.lsaac John in charge Pitt Lake 

Hatchery 
Mandt Theo A farming 
Cirr A blacksmith 

Patterson Alvin T farming logging 
Peters Chas R farming logging 
Pclfrs Thos J farming logging 
Pitt Lake Hatchery, J Xtclsaac in dig 
Held 1 A mixed fanning 
Slank F logging 
Truelove Win larmlng logging 
ll.lu.rr \V C logging . „ ,, 
Ward <; A grocer and P M 

AMBLESIDE 

a station on the P.G.E. Ry., 4 miles 
west of No. Vancouver, and 1 mile 
cast of Hollyburn, the P. O., in No. 
Vancouver I'rov. Elec. Dlst.. reached 
by rail from No. Vancouver, and 
ferry from foot of Main St. \ 
ecuvcr to 14th St, Population or 
whole 'district of West Vancouver 
about 2.0011. Resources: Lumbering 
shingle cutting and p.>ultry-raising. 
See also names under Hollyburn. 
Ambleside Kcal Est.-vte Specialists, 

WHITAKER & WKITAKEB, 414 

Seymour, Vancouver. 
Ambleside Tea Rooms T A Brcrcton 

VilgTican Church Rev M Pcrrin rector 
Llack A: Ross express ^, , , ^ 
Urercton T A prop Ambleside Tea 

Bruce Cromar pub West Vancouver 

Courier | 

Commercial Auto Delivery Co (F L| 

.^tanlord and H F Whitley) , 

CiuiTil Mrs .V prop Palm Tea Rooms 
Cran.- .V i...ultry-ralsing 
DuiMl.nrave .Market (V Ferguson and 



Phone Sey. 2246 

Corner Richards 

and Cordova 
VANCOUVER 




Fer 



indarav 



Market) 
Market) 



■Slate 

iter decorator 



Waller John r.al csui 

West Vancouver Co 

Cromar Bruce pub 



Thorougrhly in- 
spected acreage 
and f.trms in set- 
tled di.striclsncar 
V:incouver and 
Westminster. 

Full particul.-irs 
map.s, values, etc, 

414 Seymour St. 
Vancouver 



AMBLESIDE 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRKCTORY 



Arthur 
Coles 

Real 
Estate 

FINANCIAL and 
GENERAL 
INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC 
ESTATES 
MANAGED 

p. 0. Boi 167 

1205 Broad St. 

VICTORIA 



Auto Uel Co.). lANNABLE 



wm 

iimmm 

C? LIMITED 




» Tower <a 
Building 



AMPITHEITE POINT 
a lighthouse station on the west 
coast of Vancouver Island, at the ex- 
treme northwest of entrance to Bar- 
clay Sound. 

AJVISBURY 

a P. O. and flag station on the G.T. P. 
Ry. and .Skeena River, 9 miles west 
of Terrace and 2>i miles west of 
Remo, in Prince Rupert Prov. Elec. 
Dist. P. O. closed during winter 
months. Section crew only. 
Lakelse Lumber Co Ltd Geo Dover 
mgr sawmill and logging camp 

ANACONDA 

a mining t.avn on the C.P.R.. 1 mile 
south of Greenwood, in Greenwood 
Prov. Elec. Dist. The smelter of the 
Canada Copper Corpn. is located here. 
See names under Greenwood, the 
P. O. 

ANDERS 

a ranch on the Cariboo Road, bo- 
iwi r.n Soda Creek and Quesncl. in tlic 
Caribno Prov. Klec. Dist. .Vdilro-'^s 
mail via Alexandria P. O. I >om 
Govt. Tel. station. 
Anders W ranching 
ANDERSON 



le U. C. Electric Ry., 
line, 27.5 miles from 
.'i from Now 'West- 
east of Cloverdale, in 
ec. Dist. See names 



ANDIMAUL 



on the G.T. P. Uy.. and 
In the Skeena Dist., 5 
Kitwanga. the nearest 
.lllage 1 mile from sta- 



ANGLEMONT 



I'rov, Kl.o. Dist.. on Shuswap L.ake 
reached by steamship from Sieamous 
Junction, on the C.P.U., dl.>;lant 1) 
miles. Mixed farming and fruit 
growing. Population. Ji!. 



Hudson Wni A mixed farming fruit 

and P yi 
ANGLESEY 



a P. O. and settlement on the C.P.R. 
2 miles west of Trail fyid 5 east of 
Rossland. in Rossland Prov. Elec. 
Dist. Dominion Express, no agent; 
charges must be prepaid. Has B. C. 
telephone and telegraph office. Popu- 
lation about hO. Local resources: 
Cordwood, lumbering and stock-rais- 
ing. 

Annable Geo R ranching 
Grosvenor G dairying 
Merry A L ranching 
Merry D B 

Merry Geo L ranching timber 
Xelson A E dairying 
Xesbitt F ranching 
Schnable A rancliing 
Shitck J cattle 
Sleeman Wm H ranching 
Webb Percy ranching 

ANNAMOE 



Government 



L-h is the P. O. 



Childers H C 



ANNIEVLLLE 
a cannery and fishing village 
south bank of Eraser River, 
from New Westminster, thi> 
Delta Prov. VAkc. \hs[.. r.-.u 

river St. .■un.'; - :iK(] r.;! .. > ! .. 

Xew ^V•■ t i.i' ■ ■ ■ ' 

rallw.-o. • 
ccntr. 

Churrh. r,.i.i.I., •. i. .n, ; ' i.nin 
Arenson Gio ij.^li.rni.Tii 
Bailey — llshernmn 
Barnes Goo tlshrrman 
Berg — fisherman 
Gundorson J llshirnian 

Jacob l.-u-ming 



Jenson A 
Johnson Olc tls 
Knudson lOric i 



Lnnde C rpinn.rvman 
Norlem Ed iisli.rmaii 
Olson — nslierni.in 
Peterson Lonnid lisherman 
Peterson O carp, iiter 
Rcmmen Chris lishirman 
Kolfson Albert laborer 
St.t'ivik B lisherman 
St> i.-avik Kris flshermaan 

ANNIS 

a lumber camp and statloi 
main line of the C. P. R. 
south side of Shuswap T.ake 
west of Sicamous, the P. O. 
Gregory T fanner 
Jackson D farmer 
Stahl J watchman 



on the 
and on 
4 miles 



d ANVIL ISLAND 



p. (_).. In Val.- Pr.v. I 
ANGLO-AMERICAN 



ANGUS ROAD 



Island. 4 miles long, 
rnil.s northwest of 
Inwe Sound. N.irth 
i:|,'C. rn-^l.. ro;i.-hed 
irn Navu.'.ition Co.'s 



imi.side W 
I w l.unili.r 
• k !■: postni 



WBIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



APPLEDAiE 



Anyox 



a mining town at mouth of Hidden I 
Creek, iiead of Observatory Inlet, in 
Atlin Prov. Elcc. Dist.. reached by 
C.P.K., G.T.P. and Union S.S. Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver and Prince 
Rupert; 90 miles from Prince Rupert. 
Has Govt, telegrapah oilice. Ollice of 
Prov. Govt. Agent, Prov. Police 
Constable and Sub-Coll, of Customs, 
outport of Prince Rupert. Has L'nioii, 
Anglican and K. C. churches. Popu- 
lation 2,000. The extensive interests 
of the Graanby Mining. Smelting & 
Power Co., Ltd., are centered here, 
operating four furnaces and repre- 
senting an investment of $10,000,000. 
Granby Min., Smltg. & Power Co Ltd 

EXECUTIVE: 
Resident Manager W A Williams 
Smelter Supt W B Bishop 
Mine Supt E K Campbell 
Chief Accountant L R Thomas 
Smelting Dept — H 1! Bishop supt; W 
J. Hamilton a.^.'it supt; General 
foreman Miles Barrett: J Dillon 
converter fureniaii; I> Shellon 
clerk; W L AVLtmore civil engineer; 
U E McKay I'.i. ninn sampler 
Mine Dept— E i: Campbell supt; Jay 
Tuttle Jr asst sui>t; E J Conway 
eng; F E Ration eng; J A Swan- 
son fman; Arthur Jacobs ch mech; 
W J R Robertson acct. 
Mechanical Dept — Louis Musuret 

acct: R Armour opr eng 
Electrical Dept — K Speight Power 
Supt; J T Clcmo electn; D S Fyfe 
acct. 
Railroad Dopt — J F Hageman supt; 

T Holman acct 
Chemical Dept— A R Hodgson chief 
chemist: F Parsons assayer; J E C 
Stroud assayer 
Medical Dept— L Broe MD CMO; F 
Stalnsby MD asst CMO: Miss Ida 
MacKniglit hospital matron 
AdmlnistraUoii oincs— L K Thomas 
ch acct; A C Whylu acct: F H 
Hepburn acct; E \V C MacPhall 
cashier 
■Purchasing and Supply Dept — Chas 
Cundlll smelter store; A E Gricsby 
mine store 
Safety Kngin.cr Chas Wine 
General Store — 1. A Smith mi;r; \V B 
Bower acct: T II Oliapman dry 
goods; H M Mann hardware drugs 
grocery; W. A Wilson m.:Us: T A 
Humphreys mens lurnisliings. 
Government Agent — Harry Andrew 
Customs and Immigration Olllcer — 

E H T Hyde 
Prov Medical Olllcor— L Brae 
Prov Mines Dopt — !•' A .McKinnon 
Sub-recordor 



Govt Telegraph — Leo Waugh 
Wireless Operator — J H McDonald 
I'rov Police — P Carr 
Postmaster — Wm F Eve 
School. Board — C Wing chairman 
Churches — Rev W Leversedge An- 
glican: Itev Father' Hartman 
Catholic; Rev T H Nuttall Union 
Hotel — Granby Hotel 
Theatre — Anyox Theatre 
Jitney Service — J H Wilson 
Tailor — Geo Gebhardt; Geo Mc- 

Cauliff 
Hospital — General Hospital Miss Ida 
McUnigUt matron; L R Thomas sec 
Eraser W R mcclianical engineer 
Golkcish Mine (gold silver copper) 

H W Hudman mgr 
Hidden Creek Mine (gold silver cop- 
per) Granby Con M S & P Co Ltd 
Hudman H W mgr Goldkeish Mine 
McGreer JIanlfred agent Dominion 

Life Assce Co 
.Martin F dist gen road foreman 

Prov Dept Public Works 
.Miller J A mining engineer 
Thomas L L sec Anyox Genl Hosp 
Williams W A mining engineer 



ANZAC 

a station on the C.P.R.. 59 miles east 
of Revelstoke. in the Revelstoke 
Prov. Elec. Dist. and 12 Vj east of 
Glatior. No agent; charges must bo 
prepaid. Nearest telegraph ollice is 
Bciverniouth, distant miles. Ad- 
dress mail via Six-Mile Creek I». O. 
Lumbering. Floating population. 
Desjardins Joseph trapping 
Ferguson G B *i Co Wm McCreary 
mgr lumber mfrs 



a ting station on the G.X.R.. u: mile 
from Nelson, the P. C, in Trail l'ro> 
Klec. Dist. 
Towner c!t Moore dairymen 



APPLEDALE 

a P. O. and .■ iil. n,. ,,i in Slocan Val- 
ley, on .-; IS miles north 
of Ncls.i i .--locan City. In 
Slocan 1': . . , I., reached by 
C. 1". i: N < n .--iM-an-Roseborry 
branch. Noanst lol. and tel. olllces, 
Slocan City. Hajs school, Anglican. 
Presbyterian and R. C. missions. 
Population. 311". Local resources: 
Timber, fruit-growing, dairying, bees 
and market gardening. ll:is Farm- 
ers' Exchange. 



UNIVERSAL 
,TIRE 
FILLER 

Will double yotur 
casing mileage, 
will eliminate 
punctures and 
blowouts. 



Agents wanted 
call or write 
for folders. 



UNIVERSAL 

TIRE FILLER 

CO. 

983 MAIN ST. 
Phone Sey. 8485 

VANCOUVER 




HirJVfye Vii-w of Am ox 



IF IT-S 

GLOVES 

Phone Sey. 7532 



Sandell 

Mfg. Co. 



Gloves and 
Mitts 

For Camp. Mill 

or Mine 

Our Specially 






m 



Cor. Homer and 

Cordova Sfs. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



APPLEDALE 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTOEY 



The 

CRYSTAL 

WATER 

SUPPLY 

Manufacturers of 
all kinds of 

son 



m 



1244 
Richardson 

VICTORIA 

Phone 79. 



CROSBY 

and 

BISSELL 

Stationers 

PRIHTEliS 

Office 
Supplies 

Sey. 26 1 

306 Tower Bldg. 
Vancouver 1 



Appledale Progressive Assn 
Brooks H W truii-growing^ 
Brooks James fruit poullrv dairying 
Brouse J fruit-growing puultry 
Cork Mrs Ada fruit-growing poultry 
Day Harry fruit-growing dairy 

poultry 
Dell J G school tchr poultrv gardng 
t'lynn Mrs Cora gen ranching 
Frink E \\" sec S V l-'armers Inst 
Good Robt C fruit-growing poultry 
Green H C dairy poultry iruit 
Jones Frederick fruit-growing 
Kopeckl E W fruit poultry bees P M 
Kopeckl E W & Co gen store 
Ladies I'rogresslvc Assn 
Lawson J M sec school board 
Letourncau J A fruit-grwne poultry 
Myers Prof N V fruit-growing pltry 
Peters David fruit-growing 
Paterson John poultry truck gardng 
I'erkins Chas fruit poultry b^;cs 
Uolle Geo fruit-growing poultry 
Slocan Vali.y Farmers Inst E W 

Frink s.c 
Sparks S J fruit-growing 
Steel Geo fruit-growing 
Trozzo Frank fruit poultry dairying 

timber 
Walkir J poultry and gardening 
Whiti- J W fruit-grosvlng poultry 
Wojna .M A dairy bees fruit 
Wynne W T fruit poultry dairy 

Young A C fruit poultry dairy farm- 



APPLEGROVE 

In the Kootpnay District, on the 
C.P.K.-s C.jlumbia Hlver route, be- 
tween We.«t IJobson and Arrowhead. 
Dominion i;xprc.«s. No agent; charges 
must bo prepaid. 

ARAWANA 

a fl.Tg station and water tank on the I 
K. V. l;y.. :; miles east of Naramata, i 
in mllis north of Pcntlcton. and 125 
miles northwest of Midway. Section 
crew. 

ARBUTUS 

a station on the E. A N. Ry.. 2 miles 
from CralKS Crossing, the P. O.. 
which see. 



a landing 3 miles from Kaslo. In 
Kaslo ITov. Elec. Dl.st. Address mall 
via Kaslo post ofTlce. There are no 



n. C Klor 



monds District. South Vancouver 

Prov. Elec. Dist. Population. 200. 

Atkinson W CPR employee 

Beach F BCE Ry employee 

Beach G bricklayer 

Collier R electrician 

Cook E transfer 

Didier S telephone employee 

Garrett E woodworker 

Garrett H carpenter ' 

Hall C plasterer 

Harris J carpenter 

Holmes J box factory employee 
I Jennings G tailors' helper 
] Kinghorn W iron moulder 
I Marsh Mark bee-keeping 
I McCabe R engineer 

McCallum H engineer 
I McCormick J printer 

McQuarrle C shipwright 

Miller A bricklayer 

Mitchell J pipdittor 

Nicholson K \V dairy farming 

Singer E telephone employee 

Smith A laundry helper 

Stanley M E bricklayer 

I'rciuhart T lish merchant 

Whatcotl W shipwright 

Whooler S carpenter 

Wright J clerk 

ARGENTA 

a P. O. and settlciiuni at head of 
Kootenay Eake. opiH.site l,ardo. the 
nearest railway iioint, distant 3 
miles. In the Kaslo Prov. i;iec. Dlst.. 
reached by C.P.lt. lake steamers from 
Nelson, Has school. Population 35. 
I'ruit-growing. garden truck and llsh- 
Ing. 

Beguin ChAs fruit and cattle 
Brochler Jean mining 
Coleman Alfred fruit poullrv 
Denoreaz Henry cattle ranching 
Folkard G ranch ami teacher 
Gal.is Ji.hn cattle ami truck raising 
lianna Leandcr lumbering and pack- 
ing 
LcBlanc Alfred mining 
Sawcheck Wm cattle fruit 
Trust \\- T> mixed farming 
White Wm <attlc ranching 

ABGTI.E 

a station on the 1!, C Elec. Ry.. New 
Westmin-xttr branch of the Lulu 
Island lino. TSt miles from New 
Westminster and 3 miles from Mar- 
pole under which see names. 

ARLINGTON 

farming settlement on Nanoose 
oast const of Vancouver Island, 
lies northwest of Nanalnm. 



Say 



OKANAGAN GARAGE 

B. J. ri-ETCHEB, Proprietor 

Automobile Garage Cars for Hire 

Complete T>i)io of Accos.soric.^ loi- All :\I;ikcs (.(" Car.s 

Ag'enta for 

McLaughlin and Chevrolet Cars 

Giant Motor TrucUs J. I. Case Machinery 

ARMSTRONG, BRITISH COLUMBIA 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTOItV 



AEMSTRONG 



Armstrong 



Armstrong Is situated in the north- i Vardi.n. salmon. etc.) : deer are 
ern part of the Okanagan Valley, on plentiiul on the mountains; grouse 
the C.P.R. runnintc south from Sica- and wild water-fowl of several 
mous to Okanaifan Lake. It is about | varieties are within easy reachine 
thirty-two miles south of Sicanious. ■ distance. The sportsman tinds a 
ajid about twenty miles from okana- 1 cood lield in Armstrong and its 
gan Lake. The city is within three i environs for the exercise of his skill, 
miles of the Selklrks. on the east. : The Armstrong public and high 
which rise abrupty to a height of I schools take high standing in the 
from three to five thousand feet i Province. They have splendidly 
above the valley. On the west the i equipped manual training, domestic 
mountains are more distant. The ( science and agricultural departments 
slopes of the mountains are covered | under expert teachers. Construction 
with evergreen forests. The Valley ; will start in 1'j2U of a $100,000 con- 
at Armstrong is from five to eight : solidated school 




miles wide. There is sulHcient rain 
fall In this part of the Okanagan | 
so that Irrigation is not necessary. , 
The snow lall in winter, which is i 
usually quite copious, and which 
never drifts, ensures plenty of mois- 
ture in the soil should the rain fall 
be scanty any season. Ey careful 
cultivation, even the dryest benches 
can be made to produce abundantly. 
The climate is healthful. 

The Immediate surroundings of 
Armstrong consist of wondrously 
fertile bottom land, many thousand 
acres In extent. Here the lincst 
celery In the world is raised, as well 
as vegetables of all kinds. Grass 
also grows luxuriantly on this bot- 
tom making it possible to pasture 
throe cows for a season on one acre 
of land. 

The bench land about Armstrong 
,1s well adapted to mixed farming. 
An ever-Increasing acreage is being 
put down to alfalfa, which does well 
In the clay soil of the benches. Three 
crops can be harvested each season. 
Dairying is engaged in to a consider- 
able extent and is a growing Indus- 
tr>'. A well-oqulpprd up-to-date 
creamery runs throughout the year 
and Is doing a prosperous business 
Grain does well on the benches, 
especially wlnt'^r wheat. Sni.ill 
fruits, apples, plums, cherries, etc.. 
thrive well. The climate Is well 
adapted to poultry and hcos. In 
the outskirts of the municipality of 
Spallumcheen, of which Armstrong 
In the centre, are extensive ranges 
for cattle and horses. Here may 
still bo seen the picturesque but fast 
disappearing cowboy, with his strik- 
ing dress and equipment. 

During 1919. four exchanges have 
taken care of the produce of the 
farmers. One of these Is a farmers 
exchange. 

During the summer of 
C.N.U. started construction 
of railway from Knmloops. throng! 
Armstrong on to Vernon and otl-.vi 
points funhcr south. 

Good roads for nutomoblllng con 
points ui 



or all purposes In the i 
city IS secured from a mountain 
stream. The supply is always 
abundant, cool and pure 

The city owns its electric light 
plant and the service is continuous. 

Churches of the leading denomina- 
tions are established and have resi- 
dent pastors. 

The population within the incor- 
porated area is 1.000. 

Armstrong City Oillcers 
^layor — H. A. Fraser 
City Clerk— A. J. Filer 
Health Oillcer— Dr. P. D. Van Kleeck 
Police Mamstrate — L.. \V. Fallen 
Chief of Police— A. K. Warner , 

Light Supt.— W. M. Allistor 

B. C. Government Oflicer 
nntomolngtst and DIst. Supt. Prov 

Kducalion — J K Britton. 
Abbott E T druggist and stationer 
Abrams H elk .\rnislrong Gro Co 
Adair A merchant tailor cleaning 



.Vilams J C j.'weller and optician 
.\dams W II est farming 
AkiU W farming 

Aldworth Thos prin public school 
Allison H .V mixed farming i 

Alllster W M city light supt 
Anderson Mrs M S farming 
Arland .1 A mixed farming 
Armstrong Advertiser, it JI Wnlki-r 

mgr (every Thursday). 
ARMSTRONO GROCERY CO. Geo 

I.cmbko Prop, Gene 



rs h: 



IPl" 



11 W W'.vl 
; fruit.- ' 
,-rnln llou 



Vail. 



with Knmloops on thn west, nnd 
Luniby nntl other points on the eiist. 
The scenery along these ronds Is ns 
fine ns earth, air nnd water ran make 



ARMSTRONG KOTRI., Geo I.embke 

Proprietor. (See Advt.) 
Annnroii- II r |..nil[ry-bree<liiig 
Armstronc Nursing llonio Hospital : 
I S .Mnrcarct Davies matron I 

919 the Armstrong Okanagan Land Co A I:; i 
if a line | Saco sec farm lands 

Armstrong Realty Co Geo Murray 

mu-r roil estate nnd insurance 
ARMSTRONG SAWMII,!., T K 
Smith Proprietor, M.anufacturers 
of Rough and Dressed I.umber and 
Boxes. 
Arin.-tr.'iig Women's Institute Mrs 



SERVICE 

and Modern 
Art Studios 



Window Displavi 

and Back Groundi 

Designed, Built 

and Installed 

Scenics & Po.teri 
Theattjcal Scenei 

Sign, and Show 
Card. 

Decorating and 
Window Fixture. 



153 Cordova W. 
VANCOUVER 

D. G. 

Tlmewell 

High-Gradc 

Cabinetmaking 
Upholstering and 
French Polishing 



south. Mr 
the east, 
west, nboi 



■r summer ou.- Aslln v 
Okanagan Lake .\lUlnsr 
only u.. n.ll.sl .Mkins.i 
lel l.nke. which I .MiMin 
:o the east ofl mill 
uswap I.nkc to | Austin 
u-.in Lake to the | ,v Co 
;n;;Mr Lakes to I .\ustin M 
n kiver lo the Van Kl 
y kinds of lish. .Wah.n Tl 
r.iinl.ow. Polly ■ Hall Miss 



ig Mrs W J farming 

oht farming poultry 

ay C farming 

A sec foreman CPU 

A C d.airy farming 

,<• Colemnn i.irming 

II mill man .\rinstrong Saw 

P warehouseman McDonald 



Ettimitci Fnrniihc 

onillCladcioi Wor 

Rcpiirt, Etc. 



St Dr P D 



Phone Sey. 6268 

1123GraDvilIeSt 

VANCOUVER. 

B.C. 



88 


AKMSTKONG 


WFvIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORS 


Okaniagaim Elo-lel. 




A. D. RENAUD. Pr 


oprietor 






25 Rooms 




3 Sample Rooms 






American Plan 
Rates $3.00 



COMMERCIAL— TOURIST 

Headquarters 

ARMSTRONG, B. C. 



A. SMITH & SON 

FORD DEALERS 

Auto Garage and Accessories 



FORD GARS, TRUCKS and 
TRACTORS 

GAS, OILS AND GREASES 
REPAIRS 



Trucks and Cars For Hire 
ARMSTRONG British Columbia 




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AKMSTRONG 



Ball J J mixed farminsr 

Ball Miss K V mixed larming 

Ball Thos farmliic 

Ball Mrs T farniinir 

Bank of Hamilton W Smith mgr 

Bank of Montreal C B Winter mpr 

Barber H G of Carleton & llarber 

Barnes Fred farminc 

Barnum E mixed farminc: 

BASRETT H A, Physician and Snr. 
geon. 

Bautinhclmer G H farming 

Beattle M mixed farming 

Beatty Hobt blipr Armstrong Grow- 
ers Assn 

Becker F J sash and door factory 

Belize Jas farming 

Benjamin Hazel elk J C Adams 

Berg Mrs B farming 

Besl U S books stationery toys 
newspapers 

Beswick W farming 

Bird Bros (M S and D E) mixed 
farming 

Bird Kcslie dairy farming 

Black A farming i 

Blackburn Jos of Blackburn & 
Hallam i 

Klackburn & Hallam livery and feed i 
stable heavy hauling , 

Itodlc G farming J 

llond H mixed iarming i 

Bourding F farniin>; | 

Bouness G farming i 

Bray Amy millinery 

Bray Byron elk torcman & Arm- 



Corbett J G farming 
Corbett J J mixed farming 
Cox Jas mixed farming 
Coxworth C mixed farming 
Craelock W farming 
Crane D mixed farming 
Crawford A * Son dairy farming 
Crawford Myrtle elk E T Abbott 
Crofts J H mixed farming poultry 
Crosier D bee-keeping 
Cross J W cattle ranching 
Crozier R farming 
Culling \V dairy farming 
Cummings Thos whsnin Armstrong 

Growers Assn 
Curtis R mixed farming 
Cuihbert W A mgr Mutual Frul' 

Co Ltd 
Dal/.icI J mixed farming 
Daniels R farming 
Davles R H farming 
Davirs S Margar.-t matron Armstrong 

Nursing Horn.- 
Pawson 1 <t 1".. iurniture house fur- 



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Brent C farming 

Bristol N mixed farming 

It C General Dev Co farming 

Britton John lO I'rov. Govt, entom- 
ologist and dist supvr agrl educa- 
tion. 

Itrockwell MmtLI A lohr high school 

Brown E J farming 

Brown \V mixid larming 

Brydon ).. farming 

Brydon P farming 

Buchanan It U farming 

Buck A U mixed fiirming 

Buckley A vegetable farming 

Burnett AV 8 fruit growing 

~ Son mixed larmln; 



Armstrong 



Burton C AV 
Bushio — farming 
Caddon Irene wal 

Hotel 

Campbell n M mixed farming 
Campbell M S mixed farming 
Carleton & Hnrber railway ci>nlrs 
Cary N G of Armstrong Advertlner 
Cary N S G mixed farming 
Cary S T printer Armstrong Adver- 
tiser 
Cary Thos mixed farming 
Ccderbing II Inrmlng 
Chamberlain K G poultry breo.ling 
Chamberlain T mix.il larnihig 
Chaniberlnin W 11 niKid t.irniing 
Chambers V, M ilalry farniing 
Chapplc W K Iruit growing 
Child J J farming 
Christian C fnrniing 
Christian C I. harness suddl. ry 
trunks and bags 



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Clow W 


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DEI.CO.I.IGHT PKODUCTS, Agency 
In Armstrong or Modem Utilities 
I.td, 360 Water St, Vanconver. 

l><niarest J mixed farming 

Do Vu&s L nux-d farming 

l)cwar C farming 

Dickson L.ui.i Cu rarnilng 

Dill F B farming 

Dinifck Elsie 1" school teacher 

I>ocksteader A \'. mixed farming 

l>ucksteader J farming 

Docksteadcr J II trull farming 

Dodds U' G mixed farming 

Do< rtilnger J E bakury and coiif 

rv.wnes W farming 

iMinran ^^■ mix. d farming 

luinne F niix.d I'arming 

Dulhic J F asst agt C.P.U. 

Ivtgli'H M J lurniing 

Ki'liland B farming 

Ekholni B farming 

Kvans A mixed farming 

Everett Jos mixed larmlng 

Everett J M Irav Imp Tob Co of 
Can box Sn 

Everett Mrs L B farming 

Falrlleld Ranch II Comber mgr 
shippers and growers vegetables 
and celery 

Farr 1.. E mixed farming 

Feor A E mixed farming 

Ferguson A conlr ond bldr 

FIfer A J city clerk 

\ J mixed farming 



The 

" Columbia " 

Hand Power 
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Speed 
Safety 

Efficiency 
Economy 



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i>P Okanagan Garage 

;ed farming | 

E mixed farmir.,; 
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OPSAL STEEL 

Co., Limited 
Vancouver. B.C. 

Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 

WkeltdUiodRcltil 
Inportcri, Roaitcri, 



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Fortune Mrs A I. farming 

I'owl.r .V mixed farming 

Fowler i:rus (Geo H &. \Vm U) mixed 

rarnilng 
Fowler G H »r mixed farming 
Fowler Jos dairy farming 



iixed farnilii 



Corlr 



Bank of Mf 



Glii<l>'s school leacher 
II .\ mixid farming & mayor 
M J clothing boots and shoes 
mens liirnishlnKs 



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•Ity Meat 



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COFFEES 

COCOA 

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Columbia Avenue 

VANCOUVER. 

B.C. 



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WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 




Fullon A C poultry breeding 

Kunk J G farminc 

Gamble G H mixed farming se 
Spallumchcen Farmers Inst 
i Gamble Harry driver Phillips . 
Whitehouse 

Gamble H larming 
I Gamble iirs H farming 
' Game G AV farminir 

Gates X A fruit larming: 

Gerrard R J elk Armstrong Hotel 



Gillis Mrs K 

Doard 
Glen Uros (R M & G 



Ing 



!) mixed farm- 



Adverti 
Booklets 
Catalogue!, Etc. 

753 View St. 
Victoria. B. C. 



J W farmins 
Glover Mrs F U farming 
Goodmurpby Kst farmins,- 
Gorlc S farminc 

Gott Kliz bkpr I'hillips & Whitehouse 
fJraham I) mixed farming 
Gr;iliam T 1> J farming 
Graves C \V farming 
Graves S S farming 
Gray A farming 
Gray S farming 
G \V V A. A J Flfer sec 
Grcenliow Mrs E farming 
Gregory W mixed farming 
Grlnton J C mixed fanning 
Groves Ernest sec Consolidated 

School Koard 
Gullivan II S agt C.P.Ji. 
Hales F N mixed farming 
Halladay Thomas r. llr«-d 
Hallain Dros farminc 
ilallnm Herbert oi Ulackburn & 

ilnllam 
Hallam \V mixed farming 



Hamilton J E farminq- 

Hamley W J C larming 

Hammcl l;obt elk Okanagan Hotel 

Hammond D farmins ' 

Harding F S mixed farming 

Harding H mixed and dairy farming 

Harhoft W farming 

Harrison J farming 

Harrison & Chamberlain farming 

Harry W mixed farming 

Hartwell T farming 

Hassard F mixed farming 

Hassard Ja.scn I'arniiti:,' 

HASSEN MAT, Anctionecr, Real 
Estate, Tire, Life, Accident and 
Automobile Insiixance and Beeve 
SpaUtuncbeen Mnnicipality. (See 
adTt.) 

Haugan M J farming 

Hawes E farmin'^ and poultry 

Hawkins 11 rviind 

Hayes N A mixed farming 

Hayes T N mi\e<i inrming 

Hayhurst Arthur farniiiiK 

Hayhurst AV F mixrd farming 

Hayhurst W T farming 

Heard Mrs farmins 

Heard G mixed farming 

Henderson C Jl vii.rinary surgeon 

Henson J C mivcd rnrniing 

Hill D mixed fiirming 

Hill Grace elk K Hill 

Hill Katharine dr\ goods, ladtos' 
wear, boots and shoes 

Hlrschkom Unnlcl mixed farming 

Hlrschkom Dn\ id mixed farming 

HItchen J H inrming 

HItt F farming 

Hodson J mixed farming 

Holbro..k J U" ran.-hing 

;..^rapl.er 



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FARMS FOR SALE 

We have a carefully selected li.^lin? of MIXED FARMS. FRUIT and VEGETABLE 

FARMS, STOCK and HAY RANCHES For Sale. 
Being farm opciatins as well as Agents, we arc in a 
splendid ])osition to advise purchasers what will best suit 
their requirements. 

Write. Plume or Call for I.istincs. 

MAT HASSEN 

Farm Land Agent and Auctioneer 

Armstrong British Columbia 

HOTEL ARMSTRONG 

George C. Lcmbke, Proprietor 



The House of Conifmt for both Travellers and Tourists 
I'irst Class Sample Rooms 

ARMSTRONG, B. C. 

Proprietor of ARMSTRONG GROCERY COMPANY 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIEECTOEY 



ABMSTEONG 



Holtby G auto livery 
Holtby Maggie elk \\- Sawyer 
Holtby Sid mixed farming 
Hoogstera Bros farming 
Hoover C portable sawmill 
Hope Bros (Henry & William) gener- 
al blacksmiths and agents Massey- 
Harris 
Hopkins B W dairy farming 
Hopkins J C dairy farming 
Horn K S mixed farming 
Hornby W dairy farming 
Horriex W J mixed farming 
Horsley W P mixed farming 
Hoult W E fruit and nursery 
Howard A mixed farming 
Howard C S farming 
Howard Pw T mixed farming 
Hughes Mrs T farming 
Humble B il farming 
Hunter A \V farming and cattle 
Hunter Kloyd niix.d larming 
Hunter Jolin dairy farming 
Hunter Xellie elk Maclachlan Hard- 
ware Co 
Hunter Kussell mixed farming 
Hunter Villis mixed farming 
Huntley Mrs A A farming 
Huntley A f: farming 
Huntley Emma O mixed farming 
Iddings John carpenter 
Inglls It mixed farming 
James Wm auto nv.li A Smith & Son 
Johnson II mixed farming and muni- 
cipal councillor 
Johnson 1' mixed farming 
Johnson 11 K mixed farming 
Johnson K S elk Arni.-'lronK Urocery 
Johnson W R slorekpr Carleton & 

Barber 
Jones Alex W manual training instr 
Kaiser J R mixed farming 
Kay Mrs I' fanning 
Kay Percy mixed farming 
Kcnry \V H farming 
Keating B farming 
Kelni P farming 

Kennedy 1- <" S prin high school 
Kethro H farming 

Ketleson H eng Armstrong Sawmill 
Klllap Bessie sehocd teacher 
Kimball A S am Carleton \- Barber 
Kim Yuen & Vli-k Ke laundry and 

grocery 
King A teller Bank of Montreal 
King E E mixed fanning 
Kirkup J mixed farming 
Klstner K mixed farming 
Kistner G farming 
Kitchen V C mixed farming 

Kitching Geo ranching 

Koumzie I farming 

Krawshcr D teamster 

Kwong Wing On Co groceries 

Lanaway R S fruit and poultry 

LAiitz Theresa schoed tencher 

Larnier I II mixed farming 

Larmcr Samuel niix.d i.nining 

La Trace O mixed l.irmiiig 

Lawson T mix.-d f.irining 

Lcdoux Clias mixed fanning 

Ledoux J P mixed fiirniing 

Le Due Augustus mixed farming 

Le Due C fruit fariiiim.- 

Le Due I'red mixed f.irnilng 

Le Puc TliKS iiiixeil firming 

Lc Puc Mrs T farminu- 

Lee Bak Bong *- Lee Nye groceries 
and labor contrs 

Lee C mixed f.-i lining 

Lehman I farming 

Lcllman P fanning 

Leilmnn Mrs « mixed farming 

l^inbke C. C prop Arnistrimg Hotel 

lA-sher S P fruit farming 

Lever Moses retired 

l^e Vcy J farniing and poultry 

Levins D farming 

I^wls J A mixed farming 

Lindrot A farming 

LIndrot H farming 



Lindrot O mixed farming 
Lindsay J H mixed farming 
Lingings 'Wm tlr Bank of Hamilton 
Linton J C mixed farming 
Linton S farming 
Logan H mcrr McCleery Ranch 
Lomax-Trappes E farming 
Long D S poultry farming 
Low^es W farming . ' 

Lundberg F mixed farming | 

Lynn Geo mixed farming i 

McCallan Jas dairy farniing ' 

McCallan J M mixed farming 
McCallum Amelia school teacher ' 
McCallum Jos mixed farming 
McCallum Saml farming 
McCleery Ranch H Logan mgr 
McDiarmid G trastr Armstrong Saw- 
mill 
McIJonald M mixed farming 
ilcUonald M K elk Bank of Hamilton 
McDonald R mixed and fruit farming 
McDonald R W farming 
McLoiiald & Co liobert W McDonald 
mgr, packers, shippers fruits & 
vegetables dealers hay grain Hour 
McGee B farming 
Mc<;ibbon D mixed farming ■ 
ilcKee S Mc mixed farming 
McKeen H driver Foreman & Arm- 



McUcnnan D farming 

McLeod J A mixed farming 

McLeod W mixi-<l and dairy farming 

McMillan-Scott T 

McXair Melvin mixed farming 

McNair Kobt mixed farming 

McNair T W mixed farming 

McN'air Wm wholesale vegetables 

fruits hay grain flour and feed 
McNaughton "leo auto repairing 
McNaughton M farming 
McPherson N' mixed farming 
McPherson O farming 
Mct^unrrie Jas tmstr Armstrong 



Success 

Business 

College 

Limited 

Business 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 

Clerical 
Secretarial 
Combined 
Beginners 
and Higher 
Accountancy 

Courses 

Main & 10th 

Vancouver 



Arm- 



ill 

McRae U D elk Foreman 
strong 

MrTavish Violet school teacher 

Mc\iear D f;irming 

Macdonald I C S ledger Bank of 
Montreal 

Maclachlan Hardware Co D S Mac- 
lachlan mgr hardware tools 

MacPhail A M of MacPhail-Smlth 
Hardware Co Ltd 

MacPhail-Sniith Hardware Co Ltd 
(A M MacPhail and Goo A Smith) 

Mahon C K farming 

Main Mrs 1, fanning 

Main Ilobt 1! mixed farming 

Main R farmlng 

Malpass George mixed farming 

Manning O K farming 

Manzer O W farming 

Marshiill Arthur mixed farming 

Marshall Frank mixed farming 

Marshall Mrs M J mixed farming 

Martin P A mixed (arming 

Marzo Victor mixed farming 

Malheson K mixed farming 



Mav 



mi 



nixed farming 
.T Murrav 
rd farming 
r.i 



Addios [ilaciiine 
ol Canada, Ltd. 




f City Meat Market 
MIchener Xormnn mgr City Meat 

Market 
Mlrllle A mixed farming 
Mlhell W L larmlng 
Millar Jas farming 
Miller Rev .1 M.thodlst minister 
•.Ullie.in J W I unilMi; 
Milhim-ton Mabel seliocd teacher 



Adding, 

BookktfpinR and 

I Cilcalatiog Macbinti. 



V running 
farming 
R fanning 



E. C. COLEMAN 

MAniiEtrler Hi 

106 DUNCAN BLDC. 

119 PENDER. W. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



AEMSTRONG 



C. DIBECTORY 



Victoria 
Book and 
Stationery 
Co.. Ltd. 



Wholetale and Kttail 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
DESKS & CHAIRS 
BOOKS. MAPS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
BLACKBOARDS, .ic. 
PHOTO SUPPLIES 
ADMIRALTY 

CHARTS 
SURVEYORS' 

SUPPLIES 
TYPEWRITERS, etc. 



1002 
Government St. 

VICTORIA 



Mitchell Roly farming 

Mohr E J farming 

Monlt H G farniiiitr ^ ^ 

>rontgomcry Mrs \V mixed farming 

Moore 1" W mixed farming 

Moore John farming 



Phillips & Whitehouse grocers flour 

and feed dealers 
Piggott 1 T second hand store 
Piildngton Lawrence ante mech A 

Smith & Son 
Pittman J mixed farming 
Flatten T "W mixed farming 
Poison S farming 
Poole K E dairy farming 
Porteous Mrs A farmilig 
Postmaster J M Wright 
Price E G H farming 
Price H mixed farming 
Pringle J S mixed farming 
Pringle JIrs J T farming 
Pringlc \V mixed farming 
Rabb Vida K dom science tchr 
Ratledge A -N barber 
Reid U E farming 
Reid S mixed farming 
Reiswig U farming 
Reiswig E farming 
Reiswig (Jeo farming 
Rel5«ie .CO /farming 
Reiswig i' J farming 
Kelswle Rbbt farming 
Reiswig Wm far 



Moore J E bees and mixed farming 

Moore A\' H farming 

Mosman Miss farming 

Mulvaney Patrick J mixed farmi 

Murray Arthur mixed farming 

Slurray E J meat market 

Murray Geo farm implements 

Murray Harold school teacher 

Murray H sec Northern Okanagan 
Creamery Assn 

Murray John C mixed farmin 

Murray J farming 

Mutual Emit Co Ltd W A Cuthbcrt 
mgr packers shippers fruits vege- 
tables 

Noble A J mixed farming 

Noble S mixed farming 

Norman Albt elk Win Sawyer 

.Norman K A mixed farming 

Norman Win mixed & dairy farming 

.Norman \V K mixed farming „ • , „■ .- r.,..,,,,.,,. 

Northern Okanag.m Cream.ry i^s-." i }^'s^vig \\G farming 

cream""' "" """ '" Renaud A%"'pro'\, Okanagan Ih.ol 

(Kf.rhaus Mrs Pr ranching ' and Reno Parlor 

() K Cr. am. TV larming I REWATnCT A B & CO. A D Benanlt 

OKANAGAN GAKAGE. K J Tletcher Mpr. Clothing-. Mens riimlshinss. 




Hazeldine 

Printing 

Co. 



Good Printing 
at Fair Prices 



51G Pender St. W. 
VANCOUVER 



Prop. Automobiles. Garai^o Acces- 
sories, Repairs. Cars tor Hire. 
Farm M.ichiuery, McLaufrhlin and 
Chevrolet Cars. (Seo Advt.) 

OKANAGAN HOTEI., A D Benand 
Prop. (See Advt.) 

OU-matraii f. I' ilioiiu Co Marie Euen- 
igeld agl 

(IKcife C mixed fanning 

Orr W mixed farming 

Osborne W mixed farming 

Ossenton V f.irmiiig 

Pnckham W farming 

Pago Gen farming 

Page O M mixed farming 

Parkhurst — farming 

Parkinson Geo mlxi-d farmliiir 

Parks .Mrs .M farMiliig 

Parks J •/. b.M.is shoos repalriiii; 

Patrhett C II i-.'iitr and bidr 

Patrh.tt <: l.irniii.g 

rntih'it Mis c; dairy farming 

Pill. ill •:■ ■' Miixid farming 

r.Uii.k riios plumbing heating and 

Palt'ti Clias farming 

PatUn <■ J mixed farmlng 

PatUii Ed mixc.l farming 

Patten J It * W mixed farming 

Patten L W iiolioc magistrate * JP 

Patterson G Y mixed furniliig 

Paulson E farming 

Payne Clara ranrlilng 

I'ayno Geo mixed farming 

Peake A G farming 

Peakc H W fruit crowing 

Pearcc G I- acrt Kank of Montreal 

Pchota I. mix.d fiirmliig 

Pclly E mix.d farming 

" ■ Mrs 



Boots 



lid Shoes. 



inks 



i:hian Mrs J larming 
Rhlan Mrs M poultry farming 
Itichards Mrs !■: M farming 
I'.imnuU E mixed fanning 
Itobb H mixed farming 
Robb J A ranching 
Roberts J P farming 
Robinson K R rarniing 
Robinson T W larming 
Roby Miss I, farminc 
Kochester E .M farniing 
Rogers Irene hmisekpr .\rn 



farming 



Hotel 
Rogers W V 
Roth A farr 
Rotlackor Mrs J ranching 
Roy N E mixed farming 
.'<ago A E real est Ins and undertaker 
Sage Carl nicch Okanagan Garage 
SAWYER WM. Confectionery, Ice 

Cream, Soft Drinks and Clffars. 
Schniil.r 11 niixM I. inning 
Schubirt .V 1.111. Imi.; 
.Schubert C T niix..l f.irming 
Scott T B mix. d and dairy farming 
.Sever J mixed farming 
Sharpe L H mix.d farming 
Shaw i: K prop Avalon Theatre 
Shaw E R mixed farming 
Shaw W farmlng 
Shlclls Jas C mixed farming 
Sing I.ung laundry gr..c.^ry 
Skelton l-.r.is mix. .1 cinning 



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ing 



PERBY R R, Barrister and Solicitor 



ilk Plillllps 



SMITH A & SON, Anto Garafre. Ac- 
cessories, Rcp.Tirs and Gas, Ford 
Sealers, Auto Trucks and Cars for 
Hire. (See Advt.) 

Smith C 11 of A Smi 

Smith D mixed lani 

.Smith Mrs E -M fai 

Hdw Co 
Smilh U E mlx.-d 
Smllh S dairy la 



Son 



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Spallumcheon Farmers Inst 

Gamble sec. 
Spencer Muriel steno JIat Hassen 
Sterling G W farminfc 
Steven A H fruit ranching 
Stevens H W farming and poultry 
Stevenson John farming 
Stickel J A n-.ixed farming 
StockUale A 11 larming 
Stokes Ed farming 
Stokes Jean watchmaker appr L B 

Stokes 
Stokes Li B jeweler and watchmaker 



H I Wilson Roy elk A D Renault & C 
I Winter C 1; mgr Bank of Montreal 



farmi 



Winters 

Winters 

Wise 

Wiser 

Wisner W H ran 

Wollen Mrs Sr 1 

Wollen J D G m 



ching 



Stoodley J A farming 
Stoodley Z A mixed fan 
Stott Rev Wm Presbytei 
Strudnick A farming 
Sturt H R mixed farmi n 
Sugdcn F L elk Foren 



farming 
w iiiverton & iiume farming 
Wood R mixed farming 
Worthingti'n il H mixed farming 
Wright J M postmaster 

fred elk P.O. 



Sumner C D dentist 

STJNNY BKAE KANCE, W E Chap- 
pie Prop, Growers and Sluppers of 
rresh rmits and Veg-eta"olcs. 
Sutton W E mixed farming 
Swanson Harry mixed larming 
Taylor J I logger Armstrong Saw- 
mill farming 
Taylor J P mixed farming 
Taylor W logger Ari.isiiong baw- 

mill 
Teece S farming 
Teward J as farming 
Thomas Sparks hcc-keeinng 
Thomas S janitor Bank of Montreal 
Thomas T planer man Armstrong 



1 W 

1 Wyatt G farming 
nister [ Yeoward T C real est and ins 

; Yetton T AV ranching 

I Young B !•• mixed farming 
Arm- Young B F Jr mixed farming 
Y'oung F farming 

I Y'oung Julius mixed farming 
Yut Fong Co grocers 
Zacharius A mixed farming 



AENOLD 

a Hag Stat 



AEEAHDALE 



the C.N.R., 



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Thompson Mrs farming 

Thompson A G physician & surgeon 

Thomson Jos whsmn Armstrong 

Growers Assn 
Thornton B A dairy farming 
Thornton G farming 
Tildesley J J mixed farming 
Todd Waller barber A N Ralledge 
Toll M mixed farming 
Townsend I M mixed i arming 
Townsend I N farming 
Tredeau T R farming 
Trimble Bon farming 
Trimble Clarence butter maker 

Northern Okanagari Creamery 
Trusdell G mixed farming 
Turner J A mixed farming 
Turner T farming 
Turra S & G farming 
VanKleeck Mis.s A farming 
Van Kleeck P D physician and sur 
Vokens H S farming 
Wacha F farming 
Walker S farming 
Wallbridge JDS mixed farming 
Warner A E chief of police 
Warner B mixed farming 
Warren II S farming 
Warren Wm A A mixed farming 
Wnrren W S farming 
WMSserm.Tii Mr.« J farming 
Waterman W W mixe.i farming 
Watson Norman G druggist K 1' 

Abbott 
Watson W mgr Armstrong Growers 

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Watts R D farming 
Webb M.Tv wailns.s Armstrong Hotel 
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a P.O., ri.ihing and mining settlement 
, at mfuith i>f Naas Ki\er. opposite 
Kinculilh. in .Vtlin Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
! reached by Union S.S. Co's boats 
1 from Prince Rupert, ilj miles, the 
I nearest railway point on the G.T.I". 
I Ry. and the business centre. Tele- 
I graph ollico is at Anyox. distant 30 
] miles. Has Customs Preventive sta- 
tion. oiUce of Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms (sub oilice of Prince Rupert). 
Population, two during lishing season. 
I (See also Kineolilh). 
Lv B C Packing Co Ltd, Walter E 
Wallter mgr salmon canncrs and 
gen store 
I Adamson W T fishery overseer 
I McMillan John Customs Collector 
Ncalon J cannery foreman 
boss 

r E mgr A B O P Co 
< bookkeeper 



SUN 

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j Presses 

i Printers of 
i Vancouver 
Telephone 
1 Directory 

Class 
Journals 

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Printing 



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Walker 



ARROWHEAD 

a P.O. at mouth of Columbia River, 
where it empties into llie Ippii 
Arrow l.ake. in RevelRtoko Prov, 
Elec. Dist.. connected with Revel- 
stoke by C.P.R. and with West Rob- 
son, at south end of Arrow Lakes 
by C.P.R. lake steamcr.s. distant imi 
miles. Has Anglican and Presby- 
terian church services. C. P. Tele- 
graph and public school. Population 
:;iMi. Local resotirces: Farming, lum 
bering and mining. 
.\rmstrong Ivan farming 
.\sliburnir Geo mixed farming ant 
sec Galena school board 



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VANCOUVER 



ARROWHEAD 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



FAIRALL'S 
Limited 



Manufacturers of 

Ciders 

Mineral 
Waters 

Fruit 

Cordials 



William St. 
VICTORIA 



Day Jos sec Hall's Landing school 

board 
Dedoossenco John farming 
Diamond Shingle Mills A J Waskett 

nigr 
Faucett R farming 
Fisher Herbt farming 
Fitzsimmons Capl J SS "Yale" 
Forslund Capt A SS "Bonnington" 
Foy Miss A E school teacher 
Furlong M farming 
Hall D S farming 
Hall X F farming 
Hall W E farming 
Halverson E farming 
Hamilton Shingles Ltd A Hamilton 

sec and mgr 
Hinchey W J farming 
Howieson Geo conf tob etc 
Haggard Thos ferryman 

HTJME C B & CO IiTD, General Store 

Hyham Harry farming 

Johnson J llnd eng SS "Bonnington" 

Johnston Capt Clias 

Johnston H mens furnishings tob 

pool cedar posts and sec school 

board 
Ivendrick John engineer 
Klncheck H A mixed farming 
Kirk Henry accountant 
Klrkpatrlck Jos mining 
Langille A K millman 
Llghtburn W J prop Union Hotel 
Logan K W mixed farming 
MctJraghran J B fur dealer tel exch 

and PM 
Mcgueen J farming 
:M((^ueen R farming 
M.-ulif-y J J farming 
M irUstrom Albt farming 
Ml -son Steven B farming 
M.llisli H farming 
Ml. h. Is I'cler farming 
M<M.r\vood Arthur farming 



Nelson John mixed farming 

Xoble A E forest ranger 

Olsen John farming 

Page J chief eng SS "Yale" 

Pelky R A farming 

Petersen S chf eng SS "Bonnington" 

Revelstoke Trout Lake & Big Bend 
Telephone Co H Johnston opr 

Roberts Fred M farming lumbering 

Rudd Hill farming " 

Salmon H farming 

Sardino T farming 

Saules Capt Selby SS "Tale" 

Shannon W farming 

Shaw John farming 

Shuraaker John farming 

Simpson R shingle mill 

Steer J D 

Stephens W mixed farming 

Stewart H S agt CPR and Dom Exp 

Sutherland Capt Oswald SS "Irene" 

Thompson A 2nd ollicer SS "Bonning- 
ton" 

Thompson Lowe sawyer 

Trotter I transfer 

Trusslcr H cattle-raising 

Union Hotel \V J Lightburn prop 

Vigue J farming 

Waddington F G farming 

Waskett A mgr Diamond Shingle 
Mills 

Walt John farming 



ARROW PARK 

a P.O. and settler 
Prov. EIcc. DIst 



in Slocan Prov. 



the 



River. IG miles south ot Nal 
Reached by C.P.K. lake stcai 
Has Govt, telegraph. Population 
Anglican Chuieh. Local rosou 
logging, fruit growing, etc. (See 
East Arrow Park). 
Adolph G logging 
Allison .\ (• larn.lng 
Arrow Park Fuinur.s Inst 



The Cariboo Road 

INFORMATION re AUTOMOBILE SERVICE 

Autos running from Aslioroft tliroutjh Cariboo district, Clinton, Lac la Ilaclie, 150-Mile 
House, Williams Lake, Soda Creek, Quosncl. Unrkcrville, Cliilcotin, Harper's Camp, etc., 
and the country being o|icned up by tlic Pacific Great Eastern Railway. 

Will be i:\ai to furnish any information wanted by landseckers, tourists, sportsmen, 
or any travellers going to that district. 

If figuring on a trip anywhere from Ashcroft or Clinton, write or wire me for whatever 
information you want. We have good cars and careful drivers who know the country. 
Charges are reasonable. 

Best fishing in British Columbia. Good hunting — moose, deer, caribou, black, brown 
and grizzly bear. 




E. S. KNIGHT 



ASHCROFT, B. C. 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Beck li farmine 
Bourne A mixed farming 
EdgewooU I^unib-r Co Lid Geo Wal- 
ton supt l.'KyiiiiJ 
Fairhurst R liirniiii;,- 
Hardy Jos farniiri,' 
Harrison A J mixed farming 
HeJmer J lOKSinc 
Higham Jamts lariMing 
Ivey Krcd slioomkr and farming 
Ivey Fred Jr lot,'ginB 
James J mixed farming 
Jeffery S farming 
Jefiery Wm fruit ranching 
Marsland A farming 
Marsland Ben farming 
Marsland James farming 
Marsland Mrs John farming 
Mauchlinc A fruit ranching 
Mauchline G farming 
Mauchlinc H farminK- 
Mauchlinc W mix.d farming 
Morrison T farming 
Nlcolls U boat building and hotel 
Nutter John farming 
Oakes F farming 
Patterson J D pole contractor 
Pierce W H logging 



Ravenor Arthur E farming 

Ritchie Archibald gen store and JP 

Richardson A C farming 1 

Rogers George farming ] 

Rogerson T D farming 1 
Scott J postmistress and tel agent ; 

Sommerville T farming | 

Sweeting V W farming i 

Tracy F logging i 

Walton Geo supt Edgewood Lbr Co ] 

Wc-lbank Geo school t-.-acher I 
Welliver Irvine logging 
White M A farming 

ABROWSnnXH 

a flag station on E. & N'. Ry. 14 
miles from Alberni and IIS north 
of Victoria, in Alberni Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. 1.40U tt. altitude. Cameron | 
Lake Is nearest station and telegraph | 
oince of C.P.R. Local resources: i 
Timber, good fishing and hunting at 
Cameron Lake and" vicinity, only 
residents are the section crew. Ad- 
dross mail via the Cameron Lake 
P.O. 
Burgoyne Basil O sec foreman 




Ash 



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on the main line of C.P.R. and C.N.R. 
204 miles east of Vancouver, in Yale 
Prov. Klec. DIst. In the centre of 
the Irrigated bolt, and noted particu- 
larly for Its famous potatoes and 
beans. Altitude 1.00 i ft. Has ollicc 
of Provincial Covernment Agent. A»- 
seasor and Collector. l.,uiid Comml.<i- 
sloner of Yale Land Recording Dist- 
rict. District Registrar of Supremo 
and County Courts. Provincial Police 
Acting Chief Constable. .Mining Re- 
corder of A.shcroft Alining Division 
and Sub-Coll. clor of Customs, out- 
port of Kevelstoke. Has Dominion 
and Canadian Northern K.xpress. 
Public school. populallon, 300. 
Local resources: Stock-raising and 
mixed farming. 
Alexander S K Govt net. assessor 

and collr. dist registrar 
Ashcrofl IIol. I Joy Sluing prop 
Ashcroft Journal (Weekly) Ashcrofl 

I'tg Co Ltd pubs 
Ashcroft Printing Co Ltd. R D Gum- 
ming nigr. pubs Ashcrofl Journal 
Ashcroft Theatre Geo Ward mgr 
Ashcroft Wat'-r FJcctrlc * Improve- 
ment Co A I-; Punter mgr 
Austin H L G mgr Uk of Montreal 
Bailey M mgr Harvey. Bailey & Co 
Bank of .Montreal H L G Austin mgr 
Barclay G W mixeil farming 
Barlllaro Nicodmio shoemaker 
Bara A mlx.d farming 
Uarr Jos emp Inland i;xn Co 
Beech S E prov nii.l olllrer 
Belshaw David butcher P l:urns &Co 
Berrie Isa F sec Lady Mlnlo Gen 

Hosp. 
Rcrry J J mgr Pom Govt Toleg 
Bosc W H InriniMt; 
liowen R W lu m • i i ; ■ " Uable 
B C Express i i \ • st nigr 

boat Soda c. i . gc 

Bry.son J B si, i , n , . 
Bryson Melvill, . ul. .. Ir . iistoms 
lirysoii T M cl. rU W M Huston 
Burns P .>;• Co Llil D r.ilsliaw mgr 

meat markel 
Burr I'Moil A chaiin. ur 
Burr Joseph L cli.uilfenr 
Burr J W b.es dairy fiirming 
Cnlder F F judg.' County Court 
CnUler Win G emp Govt roads 
Cameron J M agt CI'I". 
Cameron J R s. e G W V A 



Cameron Leslie mng dir Inland Exp 

Campbell P L conf tob 

Canadian Financiers Trust Co ( Van- 
couver) Robt Morgan local cor 

Canadian Pac Ry J M Cameron agt 

Cariboo Lodge Hotel A W Jervis mgr 

Chataway Geo prospector 

Chatlaway .Mine Fredk Kcffer mgr 
>il\.r copper 

Chiswell S D II 

Chrlsi 

Ing Recorder 

Club Restaurant J Hock prop 

<'orii\v»ll 11 .V land surv 

Cornwall F V mixed farming stock 

Crossley G dairy farming 

Cumining R D Ins conf tob news 

Cumming Thos A clerk C.P.R. 



Di:l.CO-I.IGHT PRODUCTS. 

luon Agent. Kaniloops. 
Dominion i;ovt Telegraph C 



F Har. 






I Ing dist supt 

Duclos Will red E chaulTcur 
I Dumond .Mark. W Lwart mgr ma- 

••hin-TV hardware Ford cars 
I Eiidie Wni mgr Royal Bank 
i:ilK>it l-rank L llverv transfer 
Elliott W i: chnufTiTir Inland lOxp 
I lOvans O i; R mixeil I arming 

lOwnrt Wm B mgr .M Duinond 
j H'leld Spencer road foreman 
I Fraser John pump man CPR 

Fry J mnch Inland Exp Co 
' Gibson C H slock potatoes 
I Gibson George ranching 
' Girling W plumber M Dumond 

•ding C i: dist supt Dom Ciovt Tel 
iding Miss C E bkpr Dom Gov Tel 
VV V A. J R Cainer..n sec 



Ezdasive Designs in 

Carbs 

For All Purpoie* 

GREETING 
CARDS 

Busioess and Personal 

Papeteries 

Gift Boxes of 
Stationery 

Leather Goods 

Ivory Manicure 
Sets 

Volland's Chil- 
dren's Gift Books 

Framed Mottoes 

Hallowe'en 
Specialties 

Birthday and 
Friendship Cards 

Weddings and 
Congratulations 

j Birth 

Announcements 

Memorial Cards 



ick J as coal and fur 

o W teller Bank of Mr 
.y. Bailey & Co Ltd M 



Jervis A W customs bn 

freight forwar.ling ai; 

•'-Joy Sliung prop Aslicrot 



ling 

Leslie Cam- 

i>ker storage 

:ent 

I Hotel ' 



I Western 
Specialty 
j Limited 

! 572 Granville St. 
VANCOUVER 



WKIGLEVS B. C. DIRECTORY 




PRINTERS 



MAIL ORDERS 



The 
Quality 



HIBBEN-BONE Bldg. 
1117-1121 
Linglty Strctt 

VICTORIA 



Keffer Fred mer Chattaway Mine 
Kirk C W dairy fanning 



KNIGHT 



Crowder Frank T\^ farming 
Delesalle Louis H ranching 
Foster ■William farming 
Garcia F mixed farming 
Garcia John farming 
Gilchrist F W cattle-raising 
Gladwin G H mixed farming 
Glcdson Joseph farming 
Hall Harvey C farmini; 
Hubbard A T mixed farming 
Ketcham W dairying 
Larson Alrick farming 
Lowe Erastus P farming 



Kirk H mixed 
Kirk R L dairv farming 
Kirk T H dairy farming 
Kirkpatrick T dairy farming 
fiaymond farming 
S, Anto Service, Cars 
all parts of Cariljoo and 
Country North of Ashcroft, (See 

Kwong Yee Chong Co gen store 

Kwong '\ uen Shing Co gen store _ _ 

Lady Minto G. n Hospital iliss Mc- j Marshall Geo H fai 

KODerts matron I \roPhail AIav »'•»,-" 

Lawson H E elk Bk of Montreal M-^Phail Alex 

Lee Wine tailor 
Leheman 1 undertaker 
Lessard M mixed farming 
Lin Yow Kee <^o gen store 
Lulu Davi.l b.'-li.fping 
Mclnncs W F barber 
McLcod A a;;ent C.N'U 
McNnlr \V com mer 
McKoberts Miss matron Lady MInto 

Hosp 
Mayno A cl^rk Royal Bank 
Jlltchcll n A chauffeur 
Morgan Robt barrister 
Munroe W elk Inland Exp Co 
Jlurphy Jas barrister 
irHara \Vm agt Imperial Oil Co 
Oppenhclm P dairy farming 
PalnmbI Tho3 fur trapper 
Pnrke P farming stock 
P'ters F L auto livery 
Prttr Miss T A A bkpr Dom 0..vl | 

Telegraph 
Punter A E mgr Ashcroft W E & I 



ing 

Newman J2imes farming 
Poster Wm farming 
Robson John farming 
Shrimpton H cattle-raising 
Tillery Albert farming 
^Vedin Xels O farming 
Willhalm H E mgr copper Co 

ATBAKA 

a siding on the C.P.R.. 2 miles east 
of Kootenay Landing, in Kaslo Prov 
Elec. Dist. No ag.-nt or residents 



Purkls \V mechanic M Pumnnd 
Richards L asst postmaster 
P.lchards T J postmaster 
Rllcy Frank farm implis blacksmith 
Robertson Miss sf<-no Bk of Montreal 
rjoynl linnk i.f Canada W Eadle ingi 
Sandl lands Rev \V Ang clergymar 



Ske 



"Keep Smiling" '^j 



barber 



pail 



I't Agent 



CliifopiiiElcrs 
VASS 

Wm. H. Va«.D.C. 

Roberta A. Vbss. 

D.C. 



soff.C.A., 



506-507 

C.rl,, . Cotton BIdf. 

198 H..ting,.W. 

VANCOUVER 



Sloddnrt R building 
Sun lling Yuen launilrv 
Sutherland J with Harvey. Ballev it- 
Co 
Svendsen If K be<>-kreplng 
Thompson \V R mixed fnrmlng 
Ting J J * Co g. M store 
Vincent A C g^-nernl store 
Valker R A pool snft drink.- 
W.ird Goo mcr Ashcroft Th.atre 
\Vanl AV J t, I npr CNR. 
WVhb F Slip Mag and JP 
Wells Andrew farming 
Wells L A farming 
■Welsh E ■W mixr.l farming 
West W J mgr H C FXp Co 
A\ilson F st.no James Murphy 
Wing Chong Tal i:r..s gon stor- 
\\ iMg I.o Lung Co gen store 

ASHNOLA . 

a siding on the G.N.R. on on Indian 
reservation, near Koremens, 13 nilirs 
from He.idlcy. in Similkameon Prov. 
Kler. Dist. No white residents. 

ASPEN GROVE 

a P.O. and settlement in Yale Prov. 
Rl.c. Dist. .'itagp from Thalls. the 



21 miles is the 
ixilnt. I Ins Dom ( 
telephone. 1-arge 



ATCHEUTZ 
! a P.O. and station ..n the B.C. Elec. 

Ry. (railway name Lichman). Fraser 
I Valley Une. in Chilliwack Prov. 
I Elec. Dist.. % mile from South 
. Sumas. Local resources: Farming. 

Allen Robt J farming 

Alward S D farming 

.Vrnold F C E farming 

Rarrctt G B farming 

Rarrett J mixed farming 

Collins W E n farming 

Collinson F A farming 

Ford Richard farming 

l'"ord S L farminc 

Gill E mixi-d fanning 

Gorhnni G W farming 

llall George farming 

Hall Henry farming 

Hall Matthew farming 

Hamilton .\ farming 

Irwin David A farming 

Keith James H fanning 

Lcfctt Sidney farming 

McDonald X niixi.-d turming 

.McGillivrny J W farming 

.MacLeod .\. L mix. li farming 

MacLeod J A mixed farming 

Mathoon John farming 

.Mounie James farming 

Nelmes Harold farming 

Norw.ll N dairy f irniing 



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I Salmon Krnest tarn 
Salmon Rudolph far 
Snider Steve farnuii 
Snider Tlw.s J farm 
Toop F \V dairy In 
Toop J W dairy far 
Toop R S dairy fan 
Toop Sampson pouli 
Toop W H dairy i. 
\lker A R mixed 
ilkcr K.al|)h Inrin 



Wilber 



ATHALMER 

P. O. and vl 



It Il.dlcy mgr 
Nicola ' 



r.ss. lYesbyteriaii 
i..n. ino. I.n.al re- 
ising and mining, 
b. r Yard Frank 



WKKiLEY'S R. C. DIRF.CTORY 



Carry Thos E prop Coronation Hotel 
Hall Miss V J school teacher 
Bentham Edgar contractor 
Bramell Ceo A stock dairying 
Brewer Hope mixed farming 1 

Brewer Samuel retired \ 

Brice Chas barber 

Broadfoot Saml J tmstr Trojan M Col 
Bucknian J blacksmith ' 

Conover H trapper I 

Coronation Hotel T E Barry prop 
Davis Jos hotel clerk 



Daws 



K J Kuide outfitter 



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Dempster W'm trapper 
Duncan James farniine 
Franson Chas sec lor.-man 
Gilmour J laborer 
Grand Rev J U Presbyterian 
G W V A District Br 
Hanson H P mlnr-r 
Kelly Wm I. ai,-enl C P R 
I^ke Joseph Keneral store 
Lake Percy farmini? 
Lambort James larminjr stoi 
Loravlc Felix farmtnK 
Lawson Chas larmlnK 
Lee Wring restaurant 
LIm You Co restaurant 
Lowerson Robt lumbi rnian 
McKay Jas L real estate tn 

sec school l)i.ar<l 
MacDr.nal.l 1>1 l;il..,r.r 
Mills It. .1.1 !•■ Prov Ci.nslabl.; 






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Newton Ar 



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Ols 



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Palmer \Vm 11 larniin*; slock 
Pennington — miner 
Peters Henry H dairying 
Pope Thos A farming 
Pye \Vm carpenter 
Record Carl leanister 
Richardson Frank gen store 

Athalmcr I.br Yd and P M 
Rude Magnus mining 
Rylett W O butcher rancher 
Sam Chong laundry 
Sam Kce r.staurant 
Seaton Wni painter paper hanger 
Shaw Guy t.-.imlng cimtractor 



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Sims James m 
Sinclair James 
Sitting Bull Mining Co 
Trojan Copper Mines C..rp 
Turner Dorothy til opcralf 
Turner lyoonard farm hand 
Turner T W clerk 
Turner Mrs T \V farming 
Walsh J lumberman 

ATKINSON POINT 

See Point Atkinson 

ATLAS 

a salmo 



C P R 



Kelley T A Logging .it Lumber Co 
Kightlinger A Arthur foreman of j 
buckers and fellers crew 100 men i 
McCorkle Martin scaler 
McMillan John foreman 
Morrison X engineer 
Relnhard Dr W Government doctor 
Sampson Roy boom foreman 
South Fremont bookkeeper 

ATLIN , 

a P. O. and mining town almost In 
the extreme northwest of the Pro- 
vince, situated on the east side of 
.\tlln Lake, about 30 miles south of 
the Yukon boundary, reached via 
Carcross, on White Pass Ry.. and 
steamer on T.iku Arm. Has oflices 
of Prov. Government Agent. Ass. ss-r 
and Collector. I.,and Comnii.-ihi' m. i , 
Gold Commissioner, Water R.c.il' i, 
Prov. Police Constable and .\tliii 
Dl.st. Registrar of Supreme and 
County Courts. Atlin Is the head- 
nuarters of the Atlin Lake Mining 
Division, which covers the whole 
northwest corner of the I'rovinc.; 
west of and from the watershed or 
height of land between the Taku an.l 
Stikine Rivers, with sub-rcconling 
ollice at Telegr.tph Creek. Ha.s Gi.v- 
ernment telegraph station, public 
school, general hospital and Hvo 1 
churches. Local resources: Ix>de and 
placer mining for gold, silver, cop- 
per, etc. — gi>ld ond copper pre- i 
dominating. 
Aflleck J E phvsician 
Atlin General Hospital ' 

Atlin Inn W P * Y Ry props i 

Bennett E J clerk I 

liuuffeur 

ink cook ! 

lisherman | 

an trapper 

r sawyer ! 

Cinrk Andrew baker i 

Clark Jas sawmill 

iroy W B fox farm 
Crow Peter cook 
Davis Henry carpenter 
Dodd W A c.M.k 

trapper 



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bv It. C. Packers' 
vlllc St.. Vnneouver. 



ATLI INLET 

a logging camp on the north of 
Lyell l.«lanil. Queen Oharlolte Is- 
lands. In Prince Rupert Prov. Eloc. 
Dist.. r.aclied by G.T.R. sl. aniers 
from Prime Rupert. .Nearest i.le- 
grapli oilui' is al ThurstrMi. di.MaT\t 
21) miles. .N.aresl p. o. I.- at Lock- 
port. I'.M'ulnl ion, 110. Local re- 
sources: Logging of spruce. 
Amlerson Charles master nierhanlc 
Besmer Nick I'nd engineer lug 
Dn.«s Cn:.t Walter 



hi.okeep. 



Carlton He 



Dur 



Dunlop Richard sawmill 

Eggert Jiil.s Jeweller 

Enies .Margt C spt St Andrews ll..sp 

Fenk John i: ranching 

Fenn Mrs A M laundry 

Forrest A .S laborer 

Frnser C K clerl. 

FKASER J A. S M, Govt Aprent, L.^nd 
and Gold Commissioner, Assessor 
and Collector, Coroner, etc. 

Garbrlo P.ter blacksmith 

Garrett Jnlin grocer 

Gi.rke L T cnnd W P & T Ry 

Gllmore C E carpenter 

Globe Theatre ]■: L Pillman prop 

Goddard E E sawmill 

G W V .\ R S Hari>er sec 



Cassidy's 

LIMITED 

-MANUFACTLREKS 

' JOBBERS 
AND RETAILERS OF 

Fine China 
Crockery 
Glassware 
Vitrified 
Hotel Ware 

WEAR-EVER 
ALUM INUM 

TRADE MARK 

Wear - Ever 

Aluminum 

Cooking 

Utensils 



Mall 1) L 



imchl 



S .-;. rgt RNWMP 
irp.-r n S see r;wVA 
isl.ins I" II trapper 
nil. .Ill W C S r. tired R 



It Cr 



PYREX 

Transparent 
Ovenware 



ELITE 
CUT GLASS 



Community 
Silverware 



Holt Ir.ne barber 

Hood W 1? miner 

Hot Springs Jos Hous.l pro| 

Housel Jos prop Met Springs 

J.imes T A postmaster 

Johnson J 1! sla . ngln.er 



Dolls & Toys 



929-33 

Granville Street 
VANCOUVER 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Hotel 

Westholme 
VICTORIA 



The 

Up-Town 

Businessman's 

Hotel 



fox farm ( Indian 



Hotel 

Westholme 
VICTORIA 

B.C. 

Tailoring 
Co. 

ESTAHLISIIED 1910 



Laverdlere 

Creek) 

Little V E carp and sheriff's ballift 
Lipscombe Jas agt W p & Y Route 
McCallum Colin trapper 
McDonald Mrs .M J procer 
McMillan J D trapper 
Mackintosh J \V grocer 
Marshall A T.al lisherman 
Marshall Ja<! laborer 
Alolyneaux Huph road foreman 
Murphy Xathan fox farm and miner 

(O'Donnell Itiver) 
Nelson I H gen store (Spruce Creek) 
Nevile C W A waterworks 
Xlcoll B O miner 
Paxton \Vm G Mining KecorUer and 

Registrar, etc 
. Pillman K L prop Globe Theatre 
Plllman K W & Co notions 
Prcscott J T ranchinR (Warm Bay) 
I Read L C photographer 

Rinebcrg J a miner 
1 Roxborough Andrew laborer 
I Roxborough John prop KootMnay Hll 
Roxborough R A chauffeur 
Roxborough W M chauffeur 
Royal Hotel L Schulz prop 
Ruffner J M n.in. nigr 
St Andrews Hospital Margt G Ernes 

supt 
Schuiz Louis prop Royal Hotel gen 

store 
Schuiz * Sinclair teaming and autos 
Senn J H fur trader 
Shepherd Mrs K laundry 
Sinclair G I) sawmill 
Smith Alex laborer 
Still A J trar'!>er 
Stokes Jas miner 

Sullivan Daniel I, marine engineer 
Tallmirc Jos chauffeur 
Tallmire Mrs dressmaker 
Taylor A U telegraph operator 
Taylor Miss nu 

•acher 



I a> lor .»iir*» iiur?*e 
Taylor Miss J M te 
I Toots A M miner 



LADIES' 

and 

MEN'S 

TAILORS 

Importers 
of Fine 
Woolens 

128 

Hiitin„jSlreclF.. 

VANCOUVER 



VanValkenburg J J miner 
Wallace R J carpenter 
Webster Robt Prov Police Constable 
White Pass * Yukon Route J Lips- 
combe agent 
White Thos W fox form and miner 

(ODonncll River) 
Williams John notary public 
Wrontr F H hotel clerk 
ATKABKO 

a P. O. in the Skeona District. 57 
miles east of Bella Coola. A wagon 
rood from Uella Coola extends to 
within 12 mll.s of Atnarko. then a 
pack-horse trail continues along the 
• lovt. tclegrnph line to Annhani iJiUe 
and Chllcotcn. The Atnarko District 
enjoys as exc<|.tl..nally even and 
mild climate, is a sportsman's para- 
dise, with plenty of good land for 
Settlement. 
i:dwnrd5i r; TT rinrhing 



AUSTRAXIAN EANCH 

in Cariboo Prov. Elec. Dist. The 
property of Yorston Bros., whose P 
O. IS Alexandria. S miles south. 
.A.ustralian Ranch Robt and John 
Yorston ML.V props 

AVOLA 

a P. O. and station on C.N.R. main 

line. 115 mile.=i north of Ka-nloops. 

in Kamloops Prov. Elec. Dist. Has 

G.X.W. tel. ortice. Population, inn. 

Local resources: Timber and farm- 
ing land. 

-Vnderson Eric farming 

Binkland Peter farming 

Campbell J E mgr S L & S Co 

C X Ry Fred McCarthy agent 

Crowley Dan lumbering 

Curtiss G C filer 
; Daltur F M larming 

Evans E farming 

Fahey James farming 

Fowler W C F gen store and P M 

Goodenough A rep Lindslcy Bros 

Grant W contractor 
: Greenwood Henry F farming 
I Greenwood J engineer 
I Hansen Hans farming 
I Hays & Morrison logging contrs 
. Hursbcdt Hans farming 
' Jordan X farming 
: Leith Xick farming 

Llndsley Bros lumbering (cedar) 

Manijko Jack farming 

McCarthy Fred agent C N Ry 

McMullen John farming 

Olson Carl farming 

Rosscau X'oah farming 

Sayer T F gen store and farming 

Scott J T farming 

Scott W J f;iniiing 

Stillwater Lunib.r * Shingle Co 
Ltd J K Cam|>bell prcs 

White H L farming 

BASINE 

a Hudson's Bay post and settlement 
In the Omineca Prov. Elec. Dist., 4$ 
miles north of Hazelton. on U. T. P.. 
the nearest ry. and tel. point, reached 
by pack train and dog team. Mining. 
hunting and tishing. Population: 
White. 10: Indians. 300. Address 
mail via Hazelton. 
Coccola Rev Father RC Church 
Crawford H C halehery mgr 
rnibaril Fred fur bviyer 
Eraser W \> mgr Hudson's Bay Co 
Hudson's r.ay Co i:inar I'rscn mgr 

gen store 
Johnson W R foreman hatchery 
Leon Daniel gcner.il store and hotel 
MoAvoy Geo farming 
Morrlscy J F seho.>l teacher 
Roberts John farming 
Smith C V fur buyer Mrs Starret 



'■,!■ Vh'ir 1,' r.]"' '■ '" 




I'rsen Einar mgr Hudson's Bay Co 
Williams Kmil general store 


';yll. Tisi.. I.'. 1 ■ • Mmc 




Williams L> m general store 


.M.irMn M \V r-..:^;i".'a!s'ter 




BAINBKIDGE 


N.l^nn Wm tr:ip|..:.r 




a Hag station and sawmill on the 


Wright B C pro.jpectnr 




E. A N". Ry.. 3 miles n.w of Albernl. 


AUSTIN FARM 




which Is nearest CPU. tel. ollire. in 
.\lberni Prov. Elec. Dist. Population. 


a Dom. Govt. I. , I., > ,„ce 


Tele- 


:100. The mill ol the Bainbridge 


phone and T. I. . , ;, 2 


mil. s 


Lumber Co. hiis .i c.-ipaeity of Sil.- 


s.'Uth of Hoi:i !■, 


O. anil 


"Mil ft. per d:iy. Has telephone and 


12 miles north , ; - 


I..)ral 


Miall delivery. 


r'-!ources: Si.'c.;, r u i-i.. .in.l 


mixed 


r.iilnbrldge Lumb.r Co Ltd Clarence 


laiTilng. 




IL.ard pres 


\'i lln W R l>tate r.in.-hcrs 




p.lylh — farming 


' 1' 'lug Thos cr.MMiery 




Liirgrove P (Mrniing 


'■•^<:-r W F rnneh.ng 




I'lahi rty J \\ l"i;ging contractor 


u .'."';.*■,''''■'■'' »-'''" ■■"'"■'■ "•"' ' 


M 


(•,ll,«,,„ _ farmiiii; 


"bb L J mgr W R Austin E 


St. 


Gleiivllle Prcs rarming 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Hoard Clarence pres B L Co 
Hoard H A losgint' contractor 
McCarter \Vm msr B L Co 
McNeil — farming 
Olsen A mlUwrlcht 
Puyenbrock A Van accountant 
Therlault A J millwright 



Thomson Constance fruit-ranching 
Thomson Dout'las V ranching 
Tod Alex fruit and poultry 
Watson Edward ranching 



BALMORAL 



a P. O. and ranching settlement 

Cranbrook Prov. Elec. Dist.. midway 

between Rampart and Mayook, on the i 

C.P.ll. Crow's Nest branch. Has 

Kootenay Lines telephone. 

Arnold Mrs E farmintr poultry 

Arnold Ceo cattle dairying 

Bulkot Basil farming 

Bulkot Mrs M farming 

Cameron C Mclnnis farming 

Cameron Thos farming 

Creelman S H farming 

Dzuss Mlchl sec foreman 

Freeman C E farming 

Hill E A farming 

Infant! Antonio sec foreman 

Johnson J logging contractor 

MarchI Uavid seclionman 

Perehtnlak John sectlonman 

BAKER'S LANDING 
a scttl'^mdit on r:\.^t shore of Koot- 
enay Lake. In Knsl.i Prov. Elec. Dlst.. 
2 miles south of Kooti-nny Bay. Has 
Dom. Govt, long distance loKphone. 
Seo names under Kootenay Bay. the 
P.O. 

BALCOMO 

a flag stall. .n on the K. V. Ry.. In 
South iikanagan Prov. Elec. Dlst.. 3 
miles from West Sumnicrland and ' 
i\ from Summerlanil. on C. P. R. 
Okanagan Lake sliamer route. Sec 
directory listings under Summerland. 

BALroUR 

a P. O. and settlement on Kootenay 
Lake. In Trail Prov. Elec. Ul.«t.. % 
miles n. c. of Nelson, reach.-d by 
C. I'. U. Nelson-Kooten:>y Landing 
steamers, and Nrlson-Kaslo-Uinlo 
boat.i. Nearest telegraph. C. I'. R. nt 
Proctor, distant ', mile. Ha.M B. C. 
telephone. Here is located llie Bal- 
four >Illltary Sanatorium. Fruit 
growing and poultry-raising. Popu- 
lation. 80 and 130 soldiers. 
Balfour XlllUnry Sanatorium D H 

Kenny physician In charge 
Bcgg Chas frull-rnnrhlng 
Blewer Wni f run -ranching 
Brcnilson Kd fruil-ranchlng 
lircnllson '1' I ruit-ranrhiiic 
Bunker A poultry and fruit 
Cameron .\iii;us stock ai\d fruit 
(•l.eirv II T fnill-runchlnc 
l>e\lni T P fniitranrhlni; 
Edni.iulSMM J U stock and fruit 
Frns.r S S poultry fruit sec school 

hnani 



River. 1 mile ca 
Has telephone oi 
including GO Chi 



on the Skeena 
f Port Essington. 

Population. 400, 
. ' 50 Japanese 
See names under 



BAMBERTON 

a plant of the B. C. Cement Co.. Ltd.. 
located i.n Saanich Arm. Vancouver 
Island. Esquimalt Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
reached by K. i4 N. Ry. (Malahat Sta- 
tion). Tod Inlet is the nearest P.O. 
Plant cloyed down at present. 
Ander.sjn H works mgr 



BANFIELD 



Klcc. Dist. Pacii 
Dom. Govt, lif.-^ 
lico of aclinic 
Customs. Preven 
of Nanaimo. lu 
steamers from \ 
miles, and launch 



35 



)lle3. 



,) j., \\b •■!M Prov. 

• I- 0/ • r. .'.l and ' 
: -. Ut-' 
■ r of I 

1 -; I': : utpon I 

e.,e,l l.j C. !■. R. ■ 
ictoria. dl.stant '.'i 
from Port .\lbornl. 
l>om. Govt. Telegraph, 
timber, farming. Popula- 



Fishing. 

tlon, 20U. 

AInsIcy Robt wireless opr 

IJain It S supt Cable Station 

BamlUld Fisheries II A .Mori 



mgr 
F W 



B.Tpelav Soiirul Timber Co Ltd 

Feiirnian siipt logging oprs 
Brady I'ercv liishcrman 
Brooks Shingle Bolt Camp W Brooks 

Brooks W mgr Brooks Shingle Bolt 

Camp 
P.yron Thomas retired 
Clark Richnrd 

' Clten.'if Ale\ farming 

' rmihlery .\llan llghlkpr Pachena 

' <-ovil K |--rey gns eng and mach 
Pedanko Jolin iishemian 

i Orever John U coxwaln lifeboat 

1 Fea'rnian F W supt BST Co 
Eraser Angus electrn Cable Sta 

I Hosklns .Mcx lineman Govt Tclcg 

I Janet John llsherman 
Labnikln Ale.xls farming 
Lowe James lii-hikpr Cape Beale 
Lynn Mrs I" i: sec school board 
McGec Wni A agt Govt Tel P M and 

acting collector ol customs 
Mclnlyro I) Gordon supvr Cable Sta 
McKay Jas B lisl.ennan 
McKce Mrs Mnrv gen.ral store 



F M frutt-rnnchlng 


Morley II .V 


1 .\ H frull bees .surveyor 


Mousley Ch 


s P J frult-rnnching 


t)|iver Ge,. 


Chns bees gen store and P M 


Osherne 1 >.u 


ill J It fruil-r.inehlnp 


Phlppard K 


,.n II iM.ullrv-ranehIng 




e.lv. Jns fruit-ranching 


Pvni M:iJ I" 


V n H T.lns In chg Balfour 


.Sll.lisl..lie !■ 


ilarv .< initi'i inn) 


WieUluilil CI 






lies Kev i;i.is eleiK-yman 


BANNOCK 


I'lla'n lleiirv r. Ure.l i.rospcctor 


a mining ai 






IV Jehll l.ll.orer 

W 1> trapper nnd carp 
Frank niiiehliig 


the Keiile \ 
of Gran.l 1" 
Forks Prov. 



lies 
'strlcklnna .\ 



Mabe 
Mabe 



rnrdenlng 
Sm 
leld Fisheries 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

M 
O 
O 



''The 

Gentle 

Dentist'' 



Offices: 

DAWSON 

BLOCK 

(Corner Main and 
Hastings) 

1 Vancouver 



nan boat bldr I 



jlng scttli'ment on 

Valley Ky.. 13 miles north 

.rks, the 1". O. In Grand 

Elec. Dist. 

send Tim section foreman ' 



'If it hurts 
don't pay 



BAEGAIN HAEBOUE 



Thos. D. 

S[[!S[11 

Architect 



^M 



PLANS AND 
SPECIFICATIONS 



8EDGER 

Phone 1290 
512 

BASTION SQ. 

VICTORIA 



A 
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Ice Cream 

Always the Best 



BARGAIN HARBOUE 

n.-ar F'tntif r Harbour. Sechelt Ten- I 
insula, in Norlli Vancouver Prov. I 
ERc. In.st.. reached by Union S. S. | 
Co.'s bfjacs. No residents. | 

BAEKERVrLLE ! 

i an Important mining town and P. O. 
< in the south of the Cariboo District. 
It is the terminus of the Cariboo 
I wapon road. 277 miles north of .Vsh- 
' croft and 00 niile.s east of Qucsnel. 
Has a Meleorolocical Station. oiHoe 
of Barkerville and Cariboo Dist. 
ReRi.strar of the County Court. Gold 
Commissioner Cariboo and Quesnel 
Minins Division.s. County Court, tele- 
graph and express ollices and public 
school. Bic Kamc huntinK — moose, 
cariboo, grizzly and other b>:ar. goats 
and deer. Good lishing. Good auto 
roads. 

Andersen J trapper 
Andersen SI miner trapper 
Antler Creek Mining Co J Kilmer mgr | 
Armstrong K K miner i 

Baker C J S scientist land surveyor | 
Barkerville .School K J Tregillus sec 
Bell J miner 
Ilcvf rs n miner 

bby Jas minor 
nialr T A min-r sec i: C Ilosp 
Brierlcy T irai.p.r 
Brown Alfred trapper 
Brown Geo d-rk 
Brown H l(am.»l.r 
Brown Warr. n nun. r 
Brown Wni miner 
Bryce R A loc mtr Minini; I'orp of 

Canada 
Burhanan V. miner 
Burl J miner 
Burnet J car mechanic 
Butts John miner 

Callanan .M i^liys mid supl II C Ilosp 
Campbell J trapper 
Carey V miner 
Catlett C .«l.wnrd B C Hosi. 
Cochrane J D farming trapper culdc 
Dodd Leonard A Gold C.nimr Ulst 

Begr J r etc 
Duffy J trapper 
Duffy J C mixed faimhiK 
Faulk Wm prospector 
Ferguson W cook 
Fischer K cook and trapp.r 
Ford Mrs l" nurse 
Ford L miner 
Gilchrist Geo miner 
Harper A J gen store hotel livery 
HoJnctt P miner 
Hopp John mcr J It M Ltd 
Hopp John Mines Ltd John Uopp mgr 
Ilo-jr" J nilii.T 
House .Maggie hotel 
Houscr K L miner 
Houser Mrs N 
Houser \V miner 
Jackson J \V bookkeeper 
Jones U cowboy 
Kelly L M liot.-l and gen store 
Kibbec !•• farmer tnup.T 
Kilmer J mgr Antler Creek .M Co 
llcl.l 



and trapper 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIKECTOEY 



Moore D AV prospector 

Moore Geo trapper 

Moore I E miner 

Mugford X miner 

JluUer Laurent miner 

Muller Louis miner 

Murphy R L tel opr and P M 

Xewton C A civil engineer 

Xicol T clerk 

Xowokowsky Wm trapper 

Parsons B miner 

Pettersen J steam eng 

Reece R miner 

Reed F DeW trapper and guide 

Roddick J P miner 

Roddie F teamster 

Royal Cariboo Hospital Dr M Call- 
anan med supt 

Sanders A miner 

SchilUng M W miner 

Seclcy K miner 

Shepherd J miner 

Spratt J miner 

Stevens Joel miner 

Sutherland II miner 

Thompson X Ir 

Thompson Ki.y 

Thomp.«=on Wm nun. r 

Tinsdalc J trapp< r 

Tregillus F J miner .-■ec school brd 
dir R C Hospital 

Turner G miner 

Wallace A teamster 

Waverley Hydraulic Mming Co c ^V 
Moore manager 

Wendle J miner 

Wheel. -r .\. L school teacher 

Wintrip J miner 

BABNET 

a post olTice. village and slatloii on 
tho Cr.R.. miles east ot \ an- 
couver, on south side oi l.urrard in- 
let. In South Vancouver I-rov. VAcv. 
DIst.. reached by C PR., auto r.j.id 
and the "Xcw Delta." on l.urrar.l In- 
let; Is 3H miles "■•'"> '■'•■■\.^i,"?.''A- 
the nearest telegraph olllce ot C.I K. 
Has D. C. Telephon.'. and a mission 
hall. Population, mo. Local re- 
sources: Sawmill, chemical works 
and oil plant. 

Charters C supt Nichols Chcm Co 
McCall P.»v K C mission hall 
Nichols Chemical Co Ltd C Charters 

Nor"th' Pacinc Lumber Co Ltd G S 

Raphael mgr 
Raphael G S mgr No Paclllc l.br Co 

Shell on Co McKnight supt 

Warner IJ postmaster 



Si^Kll'vorvwhcre 
in B.C. 



.MC 



Mrs J .M 

b.^.-kke.-p.-l 
W !•• lln.l, 
I M min.r 



AmONDS 

LTD. 
400 Pender E. 
VANCOUVER 



BABNHARTS 

a Dom. Govt. L. D. Telephone olllce. 

12 miles from Kamloops. and 2 froir 

Barnhartvale. the P.O. 

Bothanilv A rancher and tel agent 

Paclllc Guano C. I.ld 

BARNHARTVALE 

a P.O. and scltlenxnt on Campbell 
Creek. 10 miles s..ulh of Kamloops. 
In Kamloops Prov. Llec. Dist.. 
reach. d by singe from Kamh.ops. 
Has Dom. Govt, long distance tele- 
phone. Farming, dairying and fruit- 
growing. 
.\rmslrong J farming dnlrying 



lUackwi 



Milt 



niiir 



lt..l.il.s Range 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Cowan C G stock-raising 

Dawn Geo farminif dairying 

Elder Carlos C farming 

Garrett F farming 

Goss James farming 

Holt A pr.stmaslt-r 

Horn T farming dairying 

Kipp H farming 

Laird P farmini,' fruit 

Lee Chas R mixed farming 

Lee F L mixed farming 

McLeod John farming 

XIcLeod Wm farming stock 

Prait Charles fanning 

Pratt H W dairying fruit 

Reid Charles fari-iing 

Reld John farming 

Russell W farming 

Todd James farming stock 

BAENSTON ISLAND 

a P. O. on Larnston Island, In the 
Frascr River, a miles east of New 
Westminster, in iKlta Prov. KIcc. 
Dist., reached by C. N. R. to Tyne- 
hcad station, distant >,i mile, or 
Hammond, on the C. P. R., 3 miles 
distant. Has I::vangellcal servlce.i 
each Sunday in school house. Popu- 
lation. 70. lyocnl resources: farm- 
ing, rich alluvial soil; some fishing. 
Burrllt Justus farming 
Butler Kdward fnrnilng 
Charnley John f.-.riiiini; 
Charnley Ralph farming 
Charnley Ralph Jr farming 
Christian Ralph A farming 
Cudmore Frederick f.irming carp 
Foster Uugh farming 
Hicks Calvin A farming llshlng 
Jensen Harold farming fishing 
Xlcllwain John farming 
Nlshit George farming 
Nlsbcl Donald JlcT farming 
M.<:l..t W Herbert farming 
Robinson Isaac farming 
UoKcrson James farming 
Scott-Walker Wm farming and P M 
.Shintnnl .'« farming 
Thomson Kdwin J farming fishing 
Wright Arthur farming 



BARRAMBA MINES 

a copper mine 

reached by I'nf 

Jervls Inlet water route 

Larrnniba Mining Co copper mir 

BARRETT 



BAREIERE 

a P. O. and station on the C.X.R.. 40 | 
miles north of Kamloops. in Prov. t 
Elcc. Dist. of Kamloops. Has Dom. 
Govt, long distance telephone oilice. ' 
The City of Kamloops has power 
house three milus east of here. 
Presbyterian Church. Local re- [ 
sources: Logging, stock-raising and I 
minerals. Barriere is centre of a ' 
great deal of prospecting. both 
placer and quartz, the latter being i 
found in large quantities on North 
Barriere Lake where some good i 
silver-lead and copper claims are be- I 
Ing opened up by local owners. A i 
flume or ■ logging railway is being 
constructed into the Fish Trap i 
country, some 20 miles Inland, where 
Is located a big tract of lumber and 
ties. There are a great number of 
now settlers going into the district. 
The Trans-Provincial Motor Road is 
expect. d to be put through the val- 
ley thi.-; year and altogether the out- 
look Is very promising. 
Ackroyd H trapping mining 
Alexander R mix<(l farming 
Arch't .\ mixed farming 
.\rm..ur M L opr Kamloops Pwr Hsc 
Barriere Farmers Inst S G McCarty 






sec 



lek 



a station on the G. 
under Barrett Lake 


T. P. 
the I 


See names 
'. O. 


BARRETT LAKE 






a P. O 

rett) ( 
Valley 


and st.nll..n 
n the G.T.P 
7 miles no 

'i rrMV^"'"Klei 
: Ranching. 


I R. R. name Bnr- 
. in the Bvilkley 
nluvest of llous- 
legraph oillce. in 
. Dist. Local re- 


IMrr. 1 


Chas ranching 





Barriere Land Co Ltd C, A Borlh-' 
wick ingr own. r.s Biirri.re Townsiio 

BABBIEBE MI:RCAMTII,E CO I.TD, 
J W Bamsay Mgr, General 
Store, Dry Goods, Men's Tumlsh. 
Ing-s, Hardv.'aro, Groceries, Anto 
Accessories, Gas Station. 

llarriere Women's Inst .Mrs J D 



.>t( 



contractor 



>tt. 



i -ranehing 

!iln 



BARRICADE CREEK 



.idiiKurs <• 
r..in its J 
Ivor. Sav 
nearest I". 


re.k. 
iinrll 

'o.' 


nbo 
n C 


with 
P.R 


sloek-ral!' 


Ing 







Constn Co 
Borthwlek G A ranch mgr Barriere 

Ijxntl Co 
Brooke C t, opr Kamloops Pwr Hsc 
Bryant I., trapping mining 
Burns Jns W ranclilnp 
Carlson 15 logging contractor 
Clark R mixed farmlnK 
Cochrnnc C mixed farming 
(-...hrMti.- .\I i,u\-.l f:.rming 



II. V n,.N... ranohlng 

r .I"lin nilMd larming 
1 .Inhn mixed farming 

Sllbert mixed farnilng 
X mgr N C Co Farm 

Geo .\ mining 

H C prospector 
I Fred mixed ranching 
Jns mixed farming 
k i; eng iind fur buyer 



Barrhre Valle 
l.rop Hotel B.nrrlei 



arming 

Ih 

".arrlero Merc 



North 

.American 

Life 

Assurance 
Co. 

Head Office : 
Toronto, Ontario 

E.V/.Keenleyside 

Provincial 
Manager 

Suito 317-331 

470 

Granville 

Street 

Vancouver 
B.C. 

Phone 
Sey. 225 



v^ 



BARRIERE 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTOKY 



FRED 




HIGH-CLASS 

furhier 

Seal Garments 
Our Specialty 

FURS 

Bought, Stored 

Altered and 

Repaired 

Highest Price 
paid for Raw 
FuTM. 



1216 
GoTemment St^" 

Victoria 



Drugless 
Healing 




Scarlett B A ranching 
Sharkey H mixed farniiiiR 
Stevens J O stock-ranchins' 
Thackcr R S opr Kamloops Twr Hse 
Vhaie B 7-:; mixed farming 
WeRo E trapping mininsr 
Weston L mixed farminfr 
\Vinchcomb W mixed larminfr 
Wris-'ht Albert mixed farming 
Vocuni 11 niixed farming 

BASQUE 

a flap station on C.N.K. (Hammond's 
Spur), and on Thompson River. 7'- 
miles west of Ashcroft. in Tale 
Prov. Klec. Dist., 190 miles cast of 
Vancouver. N'o aptnt. Local re- 
sources: Ranchinp. cattle and siieei>. 
(rrowine alfalfa, potatoes, beans and 
other vegetables. Address via Ash- 
croft. 

Lasque Ranch Ltd W H Hammond 
mgr alfalfa potatoes beans hogs 

BAYNES 



under llayr 

BAYNES LAKE 

a P. O. and station on the hVrnlc- 

Rexlord Division of the C.V.R,. 20 

miles north of Gateway and 32 miles 

southwest of Fcrnlo. in Kernic Trov. 

Klec. Dist. Has O.N.W. and C.P.R. 

telegraph. Kootenay telephone and 

public school. 

Abber Wilbur 

.\dolpli Lumber Co I-" \V Adolph mgr 

Adolph ]•• W mgr Adolph I.umber Co 

.\dolph Trading Co C H lirooks mgr 
Kcn store 

.\ye John P mgr Baynes Lake Hotel 
Co 

nayncs Dist Farmers Inst J H .Rad- 
ford sec 

r.aynes I^kc Cattle Co W H Grif- 
tlth mgr 

Paynes l-akc Hotel Co J D -Vye mgr 

Plak- Jos 

I-.radbury Wm 

Prooks Chas H mgr Adolph Trdg Co 

Push Sherman lumberman 

Pus.M Wilbur sawyer 

Hlofson C H filer 

KnII Delia 

roll Sn 



Dist., at the head of Summit Creek, 
24 miles west of Creston, and 20 
miles southeast of Salmo. the P. O. 
See names under Salnio 

BAZAH 

a station on the C.X.R. Patricia Bay 
line, on Vancouver Island, in 
Saanich Prov. Klec. Dist.. 14 miles 
north of Victoria. Nearest telegraph 
I orilce is at Saanich, distant 2 miles. 
[ Here is located a Dom. Govt, ex- 
I pt-rimental farm and the Bazan Bay 
i Brick & Tile Co.. Ltd.. plant. See 
I names under Sidney, the P. O. and 
I business centre. 



BAZAN BAY 

a station on the E. C. E Ry.. 2 miles 
south of Sidney and 2 ',-2 north of 
S.ianichton. in Saanich Prov. Klec. 
iJist. The residents are few and in- 
cluded in the N'orth Saanich Dist.. 
under Turgoose. The only itun of 
importance here is the Dom. i;\peri- 
mentul Station for Vancouver IsUind. 
Rural mail route from Sidney P. O. 
Dominion Kxperlmental Sla., Prof L 

Stevenson supt 
Stevenson Prof L supt Dom Exp Sta 



B. C. JUNCTION 
a Hag station on 
branch of the C.P.K.. 
of Phoenix 



the Phoeni> 



We Kave Every 

Sytfcm. Method or 
Appliance — Elec- 
trical and Other- 
wise— used by any- 
one Anywhere, for 
the Cure or Pre- 
vention o( Disease. 
C»ll. Wrllcorriionr 



DOVVNIE 

Sanitarium, Ltd. 

1501 

Stsod.rd Bsnk Bidg. 

VANCOUVER 



BEACON HTLl. 

a public park in Victoria, overlooking 



Kustace L 






Fenson Wr 


. H 




Ollmorc .lo 






Gririith K 


: .V 




Grillith W 


11 lun 


iberinan 


Hart Mrs 


•.lla 




Kosvltch K 




1,..- 1- 1, p 


i\i-d farming 


MrAlllst, r 


M 




M.-<;r. L-.T 


;-orce 




M:..l.|.i, \{n 


•hel St 


cnogrnphcr 


.Morrow' .-;j poult 


ry anil farming 


Mulr Wm 






Nash F 






(isbornr H 


^ster 9 


lenographer 


Pip. 1- Iain 






K.ndford J 


H sec 


Baynes DIsl Farm 


ers Inst 







S:iniw|i'rs .\Ibert 



BEACONSriELD 

a station on the B. C. Elec. Ry.. 
fourth stop east of Cedar Cottage, 
suburb of Vancouver, In South Van- 
couver I'rov. Klec. Dist. See names 
under Vancouver. 

BEAMENT 

a Hag station on the O. T. P.. 14 
miles southeast of New Hazlcton. the 
P. O.. In Oininecn Prov. Hlec. Dist. 
Section crew. 

BEAR LAKE 



BEAR RIVER 

a settlement on B.^ai 
Is 13 miles long and 
well Sound, on west 
couver Island, 18 



,rr. which 
into Bed- 
it of Van- 

of 



Clayoquot, In Albernl Prov. Dist.. 

reached by C. P. li. west coast 

steamers from Victoria. See names 
under l.atilla. 



BEASLEY 

a Hag station on the C. P. R. NMson- 
Itosslnnd br.. In Trail Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. 7 nill.s west of Nelson. The 
Monarch group of claims are operat- 
ing a small cr.-w. The tjueen Vic- 
toria Mine is loiatrd lure, but not 
opernlliig. i;oo(l l.inil but lield by 
speculators. Address Nelson P. O. 
Kgnn MIchI mgr Orinoco Mine 
Kay John fruit poultry 
.Monarch i;roup (coiip.r) Spokane 

Milling I'ev Corp oprs 
Orinori> Miii- I gold sliver copper) 

Michael lOgaii " " 

Nelson 



head ollice 



WRIULKYS J{. C. DIIiKCTORV 



BEAVERDELL 



BEATON 

a P. O. and settlemoni on North Arm 
of l.ppT Arrow Lake, in Revelstokc 
Prov. Klec. Dist. 10 milis from 
Arrowhead on C. P. R.. the n.arest 
ry. and telK. point, and reached by 
C. P. R- like steamers. Ha-s tele- 
phone offiee. Odlce of Prov. .Mining 
Recorder. Population. 33. 
Burbidce J mixed farmine 
Butler \Vm mining and larmine 
De Rosie John ranchinc 
Evans Arthur fruit-ranohinc 
Evans M Ru.";sell stock-ranchiiis 
Fra.ser Mrs A G posimisires.e 
Kraser Francis I mining recorder 
Goldsmith do pan work.'* 
Gunn Robt minine and farniin^ 
Guulelman H Irai.pinK 
Guutelmnn Wni t.irminK 
Hillman I". A fruit-crower minini; 
Mcnlilnlck Tory niininK covt formn 
Nelles Harry fruit-ranchiiijr 
Rcnnie Wm S livery and I. . d stable 
Ritchie GeorKO nilnine 
Roberts Ernest general store and 
restaurant 

BEAUMONT 

a P. O. in the suburbs of Victoria, on 
the Esqiiim.ilt Road. 3 nilh s west of 
the city, ."^-e names under Victoria. 



BEAVEB 

a P. O. nenr Heav.rnioulh. on 
P. R. ninln line, near «;old< 
business centre. In Columbia 
Elec. DIsl. The C. P. R. Iins 
eancs down the river with th 
of puttlni; In a Inriie dam n 
prise Rapids i>n the Colunihla 
which will be a biB project. 
Hanna William operator 
Martin F mines 
Richmond R llreman CPR 
RoKers ilnurlee llreman CPl: 
Sing Charlie boarding-house 
Storey Paul a»,'ent C P R 
SwalnsonC sec foreman 
Wilkinson A |>ostniaster and 
Wlsled Kc.bt rnnchlnK 

BEAVER 

(See Fruilvale). 

BEAVER CANNERY 

(See Schooner IMssni:.), 
BEAVER COVE 

a lumbering settlem.nt on th.- 
Vancouver l.el . .". miles s.e o 
Ray P.(^. Mn.» Unvernment Tel. 
Reaver ("ov.- l.iimher <■ Pulp 
olllce 6Jii IN-nil. r W Vancu' 



•n. the 
sur\ ey 



Plant Thomas farminK and s 

school board 
Itoss — farniinir 
Sonieis Isaac farminK 
Sirin^^r John tarmiiiK 

BEAVER CREEK 

a loseinp camp on the Jervis Inl 
route of the V'nion S.S.- Co.. in Conv 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Address ni! 
Reaver Creek via Union S.S. Co. 
Beaver Creek Timber Co logging 

BEAVER CREEK 

a farming settlemoni on the E. .t 
Ry. See names under Craig's Cro.' 
ing. the P. O. 

BEAVER CREEK ROAD 

See Beaver Creek, the P. (). 



j EBAVERDELL 

i a station and P. O. on Kettle Valley 

Ry.. 42 miles northwest ot Midway. 

on Kettle lUver, in Greenwood Prov. 

Elec. I>ist. Nearest telegraph, C.P.R. 

at Midway. tillice of Sub-Recorder 
I Greenwood Mining Division. Mining. 
; lumbering, farming. 
■ .\nil<r.<on C !•' sec foreman K V R 
. .\iidcrson E mining 
; Anderson II mining 

Roll Mine Oliver & Mcintosh mgrs 
sliver lead 

Barrett <^eo ranching 

Bellfnntaine M mining 

r.lnrk i>iam.>nd Mine V I K. nn.dy 




Bounty 1-Yactlon Mine P 1 

nigr silv.r lend 
Bubar Chas N ranching 
Buhnr Bayward W ranching 
Burns George ranching 
Burns Thos mining 
Churililll Wm trapping 
CIarks..n Wm ranching 
Crane 1' 1-; mining 
('umniiMKS lOwnrt <I mining 
Cus.k .M mining 
Drum .las mining 
Dynes Valentine ranching 



[ Halstrom J lulning 
Hamblv Cleorge minhm 

' Hammer Knc «> minlni: 
Hend.rson J-.s mining 

I Hofst.lter <:eo mining 
Holstetier Paul mlninc 
Holmes H« rberi ranching 
Ii.hnvn (Inrley mining 

; .|..linson J mining 
Kennedy Patk J mining 
•lUetchum F F sub-recorde 
I, .Mines Dept and Notary 

I Ketchuni «c Co ( F F ICctchii 



Crane 



Johnstone 

and 

Rowlands 

We have the 
largest listing of 
property in the 
interior of B. C. 

Farms 
Cattle Ranches 

Write us for 
infonnation. 

P. 0. Box 518 
KA]\ILOOPS 






BEAVER CREEK 



a P.O. and farming 
ly as Beaver Cret 
north of .\lbernl. 
i:iec. Pist.. 



km 



P 
and 

Telegr 



•k Road, ti miles 
In the .\lbernl 

reached by stage 
lion Govt, nnd C.P.R. 
Albernl. Population. 



I -^1; 



]{ s 



i.tng 



McK. I 
McUer 
.Mcl'h. 



L.J 

KAUSTiriE 

WATERLESS 

TOILETS 



The onlyrllicirntiyitmi 
for Un-icurrrJ Dixtrict^. 
Hom«.— Sch.v-1.— Fj>. 
torio, t:ic. 
S€nJ for Calalogut 

WILLARD-Hil'ilFCo. 

LrxiTnu 

B.C. I>.,l,;b.ilor- 

SuadirJ Bink Bld|. 

VANCOUVER 



BEAVEEDELL 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIKECTORY 



Macdonald 

Marpole 

Co., Ltd. 



C 



A 



Stevenson E miniiif,- 
Sutherland Ja? niinins 
Sutherland Timothy inininK 
Thompson ^,\'m T minins 
Vorren L. mining 

BEAVEE LAKE 

a P. O. and settlement on Deaver 
Lake. 24 miles n.e. of Soda Creek, on 
the Cariboo Hoad. the nearest Govt. 
Tel. ollice; in Ljlloo.t Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. and 170 miles from Ashcroft. 
on the C. V. U. Stock-raising:. Popu- 
lation, 60. 

Baker Leonard C stock-ralsinp 
Beally \Vm dairy farming 
Cerson Oscar farming 
Chamber .■ •' 
Chapman 

Clawson Emory farmiii 
Doran Dan farming 
Hamilton (iavin C madhouse 

store and stock-ralsinc 
Hans.ii John farming 
Hodgm.in Thos larming 
Hurley Chas larming 
Hu.slon Whync stock-raising 
Klrly l''rank farming 
Lukcly John farming 

V stock-raising 



Mel 



H f.ir 
Mix 1- 



Bgrl implements and 



1001 MAIN ST. 
VANCOUVF.R 

The Truth About 

OIL 

We have 1479 acres 
in Real Oil Terri- 
tory in 

TEXAS 

1002 Acre, in the 
Lovirer Fraser 

Valley 
■•The BiggeMt 
BuBtneMS in 
the World." 

TEXAS- 
DUPLEX 

Oil and Refining 

Co. of 
Fort Worth, Texai 



NATIONAL 
FUNDING CO. 

of Canada. Lid. 
Sl.ndird C.nk Bld(. 

Vancouver 



sf farming 
f arming 



BEAVER LAKE 

a small farming s 
h. 



Saan 



emciit In South 
■th of Victoria. 
Saaiilch Pr.iv. i;i.-c. nist.. on the 
C. .V. U.. Victoria and Si>inoy line. 2 
miles from Uoyal oak. the P. O. 
Local resources; Mixed farming. 
Cooper Wm laborer 
McNnughton Hugh farming 



Kankin .V p.ilinman 
BEAVERMOUTH 

ii station on lhr> main line of the 
r. V. It.. ::) miles west nf (Golden, 
situated on the left bank of the 
Columbia lilvcr. at Junction of 
lieaver Creek, In Golden District. Sec 
names umler Heaver. 

BEAVER PASS 

a stopplng-placo on the Cariboo 

Ko.ul. II niil.s north of Quesnel. and 

20 enst of c-,.ttonwood. 

i;ardner John 

r.E.WER POINT 

11 I'. O, and firniing s.til.'ment on 
Salt Spring l.-land In N'nnninio Prov. 
i:hc. Dlst.. reached by C.V.H. sloam- 
. IS from Victoria. ?.: miles dlsl.int, 
ll:is government Telephone and pub- 
lic school. 



U M I) 1 

rming 



King Leon mixed farming 

JIatheson D mixed farming 

Maxwell David farming 

Monk Chas farming 

Monk Jas farming 

Monk Jas H teacher 

Mollett A J farming R M D 1 

McLennan Alex emp D Mcl-cin.an 

McLennan Douglas farming 

Neave Fred farming 

Pappenbnrger John farming 

Pappenhurger Thos mixed farming 

Patterson Wm D gen store and P M 

Pierce — mixed farming 

Pyatt I" W mixed farming 

Reynolds 1-" mixed farming R M D 1 

Ruckle Alfred farming 

Ruckle G Henry farming sec school 

board 
Russell J J mixed farming 
Stevens John fisherman and farming 
Stevens Nicholas fisherman 
Stewart W mixed farming 

EEAVEE RIVER 

a station on the B. C Elec Ky. 
Kraser Valky line, 'i mile east oi 
County Line, the I". O. No agent; 
charges must be prepaid, 
Betchova Herman farming 
Hremner John farming 
Bynum A farming 
Macaulcy Daniel farming 
Parish .M farming 
Schulsiaud Samuel farming • 
WIdden farming 

BEDARD RANCH 

a Dom, t'nvt. Telegraph ollice. P.O. 
address. HK '. llelflev Creek, liusi- 
ness point. Kamloops (18 miles). 
Bedard .V rancher agt Dom C.ovl Tel 
BEDLTNGTON 



of Kootena 


• La 


nd'ing. a id on the In- 




b..i 






BSDNESTI 






a farming 


-It 


emriit a 


id station on 


the G.T.P. 


Ky. 


and .Nc 


chako River. 


S miles oas 


t o 


Nicol. 


he P.O.. and 


211 west of 


Prince George, the near- 


est tel.gra 


.h . 


nice. In 


Fort George 


Prov. Elec. 


Dls 


. No ag 


ent. 


Erlckson < 


fa 


mlng 




Glovonoff . 




section 


foreman 


Heddlnnd ( 


M 


farmlns 




Heddland U li 


rming 




Larson P 


.ini 


ing 




Mason H I 


f.u 


mlng 





BSECKER BAY 



tho P.O. 
Aylard 



•nt on south const of 
id, 20 miles south- 
a. near East Sooke 



nnier res 
xed farming 
Gran U V summer res 

BELCARRA 

a steamer landing on tho i 
of Burrard Inlet. 7 mil.,-; 
Vancouver. 



lining and farming .settlement •'. 
■s west of Nel.son. In Trail Prov. 
:. Dist.. nearest railway, C.P.R. 
ighuni. 2 mil.s; nean si telegraph 



WlilULtVS K. C. DIRKCTOKV 



BELLA COOUi. 



Belford. via Nelson or AVilli 



•Jidii 



lUildinK J^s dairying and fruit 
Klewett Wm stocli-r:iisins 
Boster John mgr Ophir Mine 
Clarke R A stock-rai.sing^ 
CummlnK-s Wm stock-raisinK 
Eureka Mining Co John Malone nigr 
Oranite Mines John Larson msr 
Hill Jas stock-raising 
Hokans Nelson stock-raising 
Kav John dairying and stock-raising 
Kennedy Saml fruit-growing 
Larson John mgr Cranite ilines 
Laviolctte Albert fruit-growing 
Layson John fruit-growing 
Lindblad Androw fruit and stock 
Long Alex mining 
McDonald Alex mining 
McPhail John dairying and fruit 
Malone John mgr Hurfka Mining Co 
Norcross John stock-raising 
Ophlr Mine John Hoster mgr 
Plsacrcta Vito stock and fruit 
Handle John fruit-growing 
Randic Raymond fruit and stock 
Records Elmer mining 
RIppen Harry prospecting 
Robinson fSeorgo stock-raising 
Robinson J A mixed farming see 

school board 
Roche John fruit-growing 
Smith Hugh fruit-growing 
Steele Daniel J ranching 

BELFOET 



residents. 
BELLA BELLA 



bcl 



'. Ry.. .-, miles 
1 Slmllkameen 
agent or local 



TiO 



i'Jii mile 



from Prince l{u|>irt. in Sk-eiia I'rov. 
Elec. Dist.. r.a.lieil by all sl.ainers 
going north and south, except ihotii- 
going to Nome. N.iu-.st t-l. graph 
.■<talion Is at Ocean I'all.s. r.u.^in In- 
let, distant ."J mil.s. .Mi ihodisl 
Church at .Vew llclla i;.Iia. one mile 
away. Population. 3s.-, Indians, in 
Japanese. 3.". white people. Local 
resources: I'L^liing. mining and lum- 
ber. Salmon and halibut are abun- 
dant. 

Allison Jantes ranching 
Rainbrlili;.' fyril r^uuhlng 



MrPherson Ini logging 
Pauline John A storekec 

Hoc Jllnes Pcpt 
Peterson Pete farming 
Reuter Kredk tisheminn 
Rivers Inlet ilospital Kii 



Kails. Prince Rupert Prov. Elec. 
Di£t.. reached by Union S.S. b.-^ats 
from Vancouver, distant 400 miles. | 
Has local and rural telephono.-;. Do- . 
minion Governnu Telegraph, oit'ice of 
Prov. Police Constable. Sub-Kecorder 
Bella Coola Mining Division. Agent i 
rtominion Department of intlian Af- ! 
fairs Bella Coola District. Has Cus- 
toms Preventive Station, oilice of 
Acting Sub-Collector of Customs, 
ouiport of Vancouver. Jlethodist | 
Church. Salmon canneries. Popula- 1 
tion. 150 whites and :;uO Indians.' 
(See also Hagensborg.) 
Anderson John logger ! 

Delia Coola Cannery P. C Packers ; 
Assn props salmon canners gen | 

Bella Coola Farmers Inst O J Ny- ' 

gard sec 
Bella Coola Hospital 
Bella Coola Hotel G A Brynildsen I 

prop I 

Bella Coola Telephone & Light Co j 

Ltd G Saugstad mgr W H McKay | 

sec 
P.roughton Frank Prov Constable 
i;rynildsen C \ gen store prop 

Bella Coola Hotel Sub-Recorder 

Prov Mines Dept 
Charlton C cannery emp 
Christensen .V C gen store sec Mac- 

Keiizio school board 
Clayton Davenjuirt farming 
rin>t<>n Mrs 1". C farming 
Diiuclns .\ E capt tow boat 
Drnncy Thos mixed farming 
Draney Wm mgr Tnllheo Cannery 
Fosbarik Die mixed farming 
Kougner Iver Indian Agent 
Galllenne W E live stock dealer 
Oorden diaf farming 
c.rant S LeC mixed farming 
(Uislofsen John logger 
Hart G P hkpr Bella Coola Cannery 
ll.nilrlrks C \- F logging 
Mill P.iL- foremn Bella Coola Cannery 



Th. 



rpii 



iipson Rr 



logging 



Strom I'redk t;ni 

Uils!!n John'^'iish" 
Woetton John lo 

BELLA COOLA 



J,i.ol-.en n 1' 

.lohnseii John tishing 

Jorgensen John J lishernmn sec 

Lower Bella Coola school board 
l.aiidrv i> P fox farming actg sub- 

collr Customs Doni Govt tcl opr 

and PM 
Levelton R N vegetables dairying 
Lord Chas llshing 
McKav W H sec B C T & L Co 
Mae.Naughton M'm N engineer 
Miller Thos farming 
Morrison H .V foreman Tallheo Cnn- 

N'vgaid Ole J farming 
Oisen I farming fishing 
Pauline John A sub-mining recorder 
Pearson G lishing 
Pederson Carl nsst engineer 
Peihrson Peter K flshing 
Petersi.n F mixed farming 
Kiitilliie Frank farming 
l(:itrliir. .-^vlvester truck-gardening 
I- meil olllccr 



tad 



Bell 



Coola Canner: 
I iig Tallheo Cannery 
.\l llshernian 
1. ry Xi.rlhern B C Fish 
nwiieis Wm Draney mgi 
nners gen store 
fox farming 
X storekpr Tallheo C.in 



iker 



T 
Indini 



fall hoi 
e (Do 



FOSTER 
CLARK'S 

FAMOUS 

Cream 
Custard 

Again on the 
market 

Wholesale 

Distributors 

for B.C. 

A. D. Gunn 
&Co. 

129 Cordova, W. 

Vancouver, B.C. 

Phone Sej. J-i.S: 

HOLT 

& CO. 

EXCLUSIVE 

FURRIERS 

and Dealers in 

Raw Furs 

Kars Kemodelled 
tnd Repaired in 
he Latcal Stvlrs 

SCO 

GRANVILLE ST. 
Vancouver 



BELLE MEADE 



B. C. DlRKt'TOltY 



THE 

CALLANDER 
SHORE CO. 

—Limited — 
Representing 

ImperialVarnish 
& Color Co. 

LOUDEN 

Machinery Co. 

WILLIAMS 
Chemical Co. 

SIMMS 
BRUSHES 

155 Pender W. 
VANCOUVER 



BEUliE MEADE 



MEN'S 
QUALITY 
CLOTHES 



•y Municipality, 



1 milt south of Hazeir 

BELLEEOSE 

a farmin:-' spttlenient. 12 miles south 

wfst of Chilliwack. in the Chilliwack 

Prov. HIec. Dist.. reached by U. C. 

Elcc. Ry. The land here is suitable 

for sheep and coai-raisine. Address 

mail via Yarrow P.O. 

Graw Dr Frank dairying and mixed 

farmini,' 
Jensen J .M wood ronlractor 



Redman John farminc 
.Smith Herbert mixed 1 
StromberK J. mixed 
dairyinc 



station on G.T.I'. Ry.. i miles west 
Dome Creek the P.O.. in Fort 
■orce I'rov. Kler. Hist. See listings 
der Dome Cre.^k 



Dist. Nearest telcRraph Saluio. 8 
miles distant, nearest railway O.X.R.. 
at IJenton, li mile distant. Local 
resources: Lumbering, mining and 
farming. Population. oO. 
Barklcy Samuel farming and stock 



Lienton Pole & 



Prov, F.lec. Dist. 
BEN-MY-CHKEE 
a mining set 
35 miles wes 
Ing gold and sll' 
mail via .\tlin J 
Partridge Otto r 
Swnnson Lndwit 

BENNETT 

a mining oimi. 
While Pass :.". 
miles north ..i .; 
north of L.i. 
south end or i . 
I'rov, i;i.e. I'lsi 
W, IV \- V. roiii, 
pr.ss is the W. 

BENTINCK 



Columbia Hi\ 
Point, riistaiii 
phone at Coh 
Farming, st.> 
bering. Add 
Windermere. 
AllilT IIarve\ 
ISenllnck Trn 



inlues. .Vddress 



Parklev AVi 
Leattie 1 

Lbr Co 
Eenton Pole * Lumber Co W H 

Rhomberg mgr 
Cameron Miss F C school teacher 
Ladd C C farming and postmaster 
McLaughlin .V farming and stock 
Rhomberg Wm 11 mgr Henton I'ole 

& Lbr Co 
Wilson W fanning and stock 
Wood L H foreman Renton I'ole & 

Lbr Co 

BENVOULIN 

a farming settlement on the east side 

of Okanagan Lake. 3 miles southeast 

of Kelowna. the P.i).. from wlii.h 

point it is reached b.v stage. 

liarlec W R ranching 

Rovette F ranching 

Campbell J I ranching 

Chamberlain W ranching 

Conlin J ranching 

Havy .V R ranching 

Day K A' ranching 

DcMara H ranching 

Fisher J R ranching 

Fleming J W ranching 

f;ordon .\lex ranching 

Mamill W ranching 

Hardy .V 

Hargreaves T ranching 

Hartwick F 

-McKachren I> runrhing 

Matthew J .\ ranching 

Metcalfe * Steele ranching 

Munson R raneliing 

Patterson A L ranching 

Srhell W F 



BEKGEN 

a ling stulion on tin- <-..X,U„ :> nill.s 
from Mi.lwav. hi Creenwood Prov. 
Klec, Hist, 

BESTWICK 

a P.O, and settU-minl, 1!> nillo.M south 
east ol K,(mhpoks, the business 
centre, in Kamloops Prov, Klec, Ulst.. 
reached by slag.-. Fnrniine and 
lumtH'ring, I'opulatlon. Ijn, 
,Vdams F R farming 
Itrown Harry farming 
Kuckeit Frank farming 
Kobbie -rhonias farming 
Fiirnnharsoi, i; TI f.-inning 



The Home of 
Burberry " and 



Thos. Foster 
& Co., Ltd. 

514 Granville Si. 

Vancouver, B. C. 



BENTON SIDING 






WltlGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



BIG BAR CREEK 



Sinclair James farming 
Sinclair James D farming 
Smitii James farming' 
Terry M farminR 
Thomas Charles farming 
Toms W S farming 
Vicars D O farming 
Vicars Hugh (arming 

BBVAN 

a post oflice and coal mining town 
ov.ned by the Canadian Collieries 
(Dunsmuir) Ltd.. on the Canadian 
Collieries Hy., 7 miles from Cumber- 
land, in Comox I'rov. Klec. Dist. 
Aitken A emp Canadian Collieri. s 
Anderson K emp Can Collierios 
Anderson T emp Can CoT 



g W 



!3uchanan H cm 
Uurns Jas post 
Cameron J emi 
Cameron .S emp 
Cheravat J emp 
Clark \V emp ( 
Jiavies Ij emp ( 
Dean O enii) ';;ni 
Dodick J emp ^ 
Kern J emp C;an 
Koid I) emp Ca 
Krascr D emji ( 
Gibson G emp ( 
Grieves T emp 
Oroutege C enii 
Held T emp C:u 
Held W emp C 
Herd B emp Ci 
Hill C emp Can 
Hon Chong Co 
Hotel Bevan Ko 
Irvine J emp C: 
Island Supply < 



Col 
ip Can Co 



Jar 



II 



Jenkins W emp Can ColllirrPs 
Jones E emp C.un Collieriis 
Klrkpatrick *: Hilton Ibr mfrs 
Koslr M emp Can Collieries 
Last A emp Can Collieries 
Lee A emp Can Collieries 
.McAllister A emp Can Collieries 
McAllister J emp Can Collieries 
McAllister U omp Can Collieries 
McLean C, emp Can Collieries 
McMillan I) emp Can Collieries 
McMuitro J emp Can Collieries 
McXcll W emp Can Collieries 
Malhass T emp Can Collieriis 
Marpole J K emp Can CiIIi.ti, > 
Mcnnlc J emp Can Collieries 
:ilichaluk A imp Can Colli 
Mlchaluk K emp Can Colli 



Mine No 

nuilr) Ltd 
Monks J erni 
Monks T em 



iries 



sbit J 
[■Uson 
Y 



Vnrke 

IMi>rosklo M 
Toproskie S 
Qninn J U i 

Keese J em| 

liiehards T . 
tti'hi 1 tsllil .i 



Thomas E emp Can Collieries 
Tyson J emp Can (_ Mien >. 
Walker K emp ( m (.ollieiifs 
Walker J emp Cin ( ollieries 
Walker R emp ( an i ollierus 
Waring G emp ( an t ollierics 
Watson S emp C in (.oUuiies 
Watt J emp Can CcUuries 
Webber J emp Can (.ollierif- 
Weir J emp Can Cillieri s 
Weir W emp Can I. illitiies 
Westliehl W emp Can CrllierK 



illiams A emp (.in t^ illiries 
illiams T emp Can Collieries 
illiams AV emp Can Collieries 
ites Robt emp Can Collieries prop 
Hotel Bevan 



salmon cannery on Smitns 
rnerl by Wallace Fisheries. 
(. Granville St.. Vancouv. r 



miles south of Bur 
)mineca I"! 



.akel 



reaehed by stage from 1 turns Lake 
on G.T.r.. distant 2f. miles, the noar- 

I est Icl. olHee. Local resources: 
Mixed farming. A sawmill and can- 

I nery needed. Population. SO. 
Acrea Leslie mixed farming 

I Anderson Otto mixed farming 

I Barker John mixed farming 
Berkwith Itolan.l mixed farming 
Bi.kl- Ir^nk mixrJ farming I'M 

■ KuKl.- ^\•Ill nn\. il 1, inning 
|;l,il,r W i; raul. -iMi^liig 
l;l:niir\ AiH's. st.H k farming 
|-..sir"iii .liihn si... k liu-ming 
r.uiroughs ITank mixed farming 
Clausen W farming 
Dohberg A O mixed farming 
Doliberg Handy mixed farming 
Puxbury lOli mixed farming 
Knir .\lbert farming and sec sch bd 
Hanmierburc Helma mixed farming 
llamre W mixed farming 
Hedren l'.rn«st teamster 
Hedren W mixed farming 
Irons JJave mixed farming 
Johnson i;ric mixed farming 
Loving Gunner mixed farming 
Loving .Martin mixed farming 
Loving Olie mixed farming 
Lund Murtin foreman 

I MrKlIligan Clarence fanning 




Har 



rming 
fnrminc 



I BIG BAR CREEK 

lilos nortl 



a r.C.. 4 4 r 

Clinton is 4.-, 

32 miles long 

There is a mining camp t 

tlon. 

Bnndhi.ure l->ed farming 

l;:indli..ure Ulchard larmi 

Cliisholm K J S farming 



east. The creek. 
Into I'Yascr Itiver 
■amp ul the June- 





BIG EAR CEEEK 



WKIGLEYS B. C. DIliECTOKY 



Mode 



Offit 



Supply Co., Ltd. 

DESKS 

Giairs, Tables 
Bookcases 



FILING 

CABINETS AND 

SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pad. 

(They save the 

clothe.) 

Modern Furniture 

for the 

Modern Office 

163 Pender St.W. 

Vanconver 



Kosterins? Chas ranching- 
Kostering John farming 
I..jf Grant ranchinsf 
.Mcl<onaia Hector larming 
McDonald Mrs J A ranchii 
McDonald Robt farming 



MfXe 



ichin 



Matlson AVm tarming 
MilKr A J mixed larmini 
Munloik J cattio ranchiii 
Nease Bros ranchinpr 
I Perkins Bert I'armine 
' Phillipine Simon farming 
Kiiev Jas ranching gen s 
I Sclirader AVm farming 
'■■ 'arming 



\Vm 



BIG BAY 

a r O. and sawmill. 7 miles south of 

I'ort Simpson, in J'rince Rupert Pro- 

Klec. Dist. 

Boswcll — bookkeeper 

Ueorgetown Spruce Co. <Jco McAfee 

prop mfrs rougli and dressed Inibr 

and boxes 
McAfee Ceorgc prop Georgetown 

Spruce Co 
Wells Harry yardman 
Wllllscroft Walter foreman 
Woodhousc Albert head sawyer 
Woodhouse Thos mill employee 

[ BIG CEEEK 

. a P.O. and settlement In Chilcoten 
Prov. i;kc. Dist. of Lllluoet. reached 
' by .stage from Clinton, on P.G.E. Uy., 
I distant 1 1.'" nillis Miuthea.st. Xear- 
! est tekgraph Dojii. ilovt. at I..ees, 



,1a l.-,ft-MI 



di.« 



Commercial 

Auto 
Delivery Co. 

Vancouver. West 

Vancouver and 

Way Point. 

Furniture 

Moving 

Storage 

Baggage 

Elxpress and 

Parcel 

Delivery 

Bus Leaves Van- 
couver lOa.m.and 
3 p.m. Dnilv. 

Vancr. Phone Scy. 

8918 
N. Vancr. Phont 

2SLI 

315 Cordova, W. 
VANCOUVER 



ourccs: Siocki-aising 
and dairying. 

Abrnnis M .\ stock-raising 
Uarnbrick I'liarles I stock-raising 
Big Creek Creamery K O Church mgr 

gen slore and stock 
Blenkin.iop Hubert \V stock-raising 
Church E O mgr Ulg Creek Cream- 
cry 



Giilli<l;s<.Ti H.i.i« st..<k-raisine 
Pnxti.n Ch.is laborer 
Koblnson .lohn st.iek-rntsinp 
Scallon Felix stock-ralsinir 
.'Scallnn Thomas sawmill 
Vedan Louis farming 
Wlllan H II M stock-raising 

BIG EDDY 

Is a farming district 2 miles west of 
Uevrlstnk,-. .T-ross Colnmbln i:i\ or. 
in Uovolst..k.' I'n.v. Klec. Dist. It 
d. rlv.s its name fr..m n ble .ddy in 



••arming, tlmboi 



nble suitable lor mixed farming and 
small fruits. .\ddress via lievcl- 
stoke P.O. 
Big lOddy I>'nrniers Inst W C Calder 



Lidberg Axel logging 
Lindholm A farming 
Mcintosh D farming 
Nixon John logging coptr 

BIG EDDY 

a steamboat landing on Fraser River. 
15 miles south of Fort George Can- 
yon, in Fort George Prov. Elec. Dist. 
Address via Quesnel P.O. 
Dale Joseph ranching 

BIG HORN 

a mining prospect in Atlin Di.'stiicc. 
Address Big Horn, via Atlin P.O. 
Lawson AVm prospector 

BIG LAKE 

2 miles long, :;0 miles south-west or 
Quesnel Forks. There is a mining 
camp her.-, reached by stage from 
l.".»-^^ile House. 20 miles, the P.O. 

BILLINGS 

a station on the C.P.R. Nclson-Mld- 
way line. 12 miles east of Grand 
Forks and 1 mile w.si of Cascade, in 
Grand Forks Prov. Klec. Dist. Near- 
est C.P.R. telegraph oillce is at Cas- 
cade. I'opulaiion. 2:i. Local re- 
sources, lumbering. Address mail 
Billings, via Cascade P.O. 
Atchison J log scaler 
Carlson J lumber grader 
Forest Mills of i; C Lumber C. Ltd 
Hundy .S farming 
Jelfers .V C watchman 



Ijivender W i: bo 
I'otowsky J .vec 


okki 


BINDLEYS 




see .Millers l.andi 


ig 


BINGO FARM 




a ranch and Dom. 


Gov 



llooi 



t. tel. ofllco. !5 
. the business 
1 1 from Hellley Creek PO 
Arnell Geo rancher and tel agt 
BIRCHBANK 

a P.O. and settlement on C.P.R.. 8 
miles north of Trull, in Trail Prov. 
Flee. Dist. Farming, fruit, poultry- 
raising, mining and lumbering. 
Anderson Harry ranching 
Anderson J I.^ bees cattio fruit 
Birchbrook Orchard swlne-lireed.r 
Burlingham Roy emp J S Peschanips 

I'eschamps J S lumber mfr 
.Johnson <: emp Deschnmps" camp 
J..iinron Gust sec foreman 
l.alonde P emp Desehamps' camp 
Matthewf! .\ imp Deschamp-s' camp 
Ntigi-nt Kd mining 
I'l-rsian Fd .-mp Desch-Trnps" camp 
Swans. .n O emp Desehamps" cani|i 

EIP.CH CREEK 



Pearse II P mine 
BIRCH ISLAND 



WKlGLtVS C. C. DIKECTORV 



BLACK POOL 



ing & Dev Co B T 



Canyon Creek ill 

Fooke nisr 
(••ooke B T nm-r C C il vt D Co 
Fox James 

Hardy C F mixed farming 
Holt J J mixed farming 
Johnson Chas laborer 
McLennan Jas mixed farming 
Xoble W E mixed farming 
.S.iuibb H F, agent C..V.R. 
Squibb Mrs M postmistress 
Stalle Ed farming 
White E J sec foreman 

BIECHLANDS 



a settlemi 
C.P.P... In 
See names 



•nt near Golden, on the 
:'o!iinibia l»rov. Elec. Dist. 
under Golden, the P.O. 



BIBDS 

a landlrg point on the Columbia 

River. Id Columbia Prov. Elec. Dlst. 

reached by C.P.H. Columbia Ulver 

steamers. 



1' <;.E Ry.. near Owl | 



BISHOP LANDING 
a P.O. and landing point on the 
mainland const near l.und. reached 
by Union SS. Co.s bf.als from Van- 

BLACK CREEK 

R logging ramp, .site of Camps 2 and 
3 of the Ccmox Logging i Ity Co.. 
and on E. i- N. Uy.. II mllex north 
of Courtonay and 3 miles north of 
Headquarters. In Comox Prov. Klcc. 
Dlst.. reached by C.P.lt. and Union 
SS. Co.'s boats to Comox, thence 12 
miles by stage and logging ry. I'opu- 
latlon, 2.i". Local ro.sourc.-.s: Log- 
King and timber. Address via Head- 
quarters P.t>. 

Comox Logglne k IXy Cn logging 
Croteau Kut-enc trurk farming 
Dawson Kay logging fonmnn 
Hanson Perry logging foreman 
Weeks John .Martin mixed farming 

BLACKLOAM 

a P.O. in Kosc Hill Dlst. Kuniloops 

Prov. El.c. l)ist. 7 miles south-east 

of Knniloops. the nearest railway 

and telegraph point, reached by stage 

Methodist churcli. Local 

farming. 

.Vdamson W <; nilxed farnilm; 

Barker J mixed f.iiinlng 

Bonsclll Jus mi\.il larming 

r.rett Wm ullv. r mix. U farmii 

Carman J mi\..| I. inning 

Cavers J mi\<.l iirming 

Cooper Thomns ml\.i| fnrmi 

Cooper T W 11 mixed farming 

Davidson K S mixi.l farming 

Davis Thos mix.-.l lirmlng 

Dayton A P mix.d farming 

l>ayton Horace mixed Itirining 

Dayton J II cattle and farm 

Deluc Frank mix.d larming 



McKay A mi.xed farming and PM 
McKay .\ E mixed farming 

McKechnie J mixed farming I 

McKnight W mixed farming- I 

McLean J A mLxed farming , 

Piccola Jos farming | 

Powell Frank farming j 
Rothschild X mixed farming 

Schamp Jos mixed farming i 

Scouten J E poultry farming I 

Scouten ■«" H niillnian i 

Shannon J P mixed farming , 
Thompson Robert sheep ranching ' 

Wright W mixed farming ! 

Zimmer I mixed farming | 

BLACK PINES | 

a P.O. and settlement on west side 1 
of No. Thompson River. 20 miles ' 
north of Kamloops, In Kamloops 
Prov. Elec. Dist. 1 mile north of 
Vinsulla. on the C.X.R.. and reached . 
hy stage from Kamloops. Local re- i 
sources: Stock-raising, grain, veget- ; 
ables. fruit-growing and dairying. 
Bertram Wm farming ! 

Connlne .\rtliur J dairy farming ' 



-Mr 



i;n 



Connine Fred larming and trapping 

Hammond Jacob fanning 

Harvey Wm farming 

Hoover Leonard grain and dairy 

farming sec school board 
Hyde K D stock larming 
Lewis C E farming 
l>ove Henry ranch mgr 
McKlnnon Wm mixed farming 
Marcuro Coo trapping 
.Mayson Geo Jas dairy and farming 
.Morgan Mr mixed farming 
l'ur>.- .Mr mixed farming 
Itaiisomc Harry farming 
Kansome .Mrs H postmistress 
While W farming 
Williams H Bcrthold farming 

BI^CK POOL 

a P O. and station on the C.N.K.. li.i 
miles north of Kamloops. with whl<-h 
It Is connected by nuto road. In the 
.N'o. Thompson Valley. In Kamloops 
Prov. Elec. Dist. .Nearest telephone 
ollice at .Mount Olle. 7 miles south. 
Local resources: Mining, prospecting 
farming: favorable rainfall and good 
water; two cr<>i>s of clover are grown 
per year readily. There are twi> 
schools and man.v promising mineral 
.l.iiiMS in the district — silver, lead. 
' .opp, r and coal. The Queen Hess 
.Mine (silver and lead) Is 2';, miles 
I south of station. The No. Thompson 
' Illvor at this point Is IJO feet wide 
I and there is a ferry hero. Altitude. 
1.2t;0 feet. Population. 120. 
.Mexander U farming 
I Heurpurk F engineer 
llennetl O farming 
r.eretanos J sec foreman 
liesier II ferryman 
I'.lgelow 1' mining 
I'apeok .Miss school teacher 
Cleuveley K farming sec Hound Top 

school boaril 
Clen\ eley J ilalry farming 
Dorhv i; dairy farming 
|)ownev W ni dairy Inrmlng 



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Krassflt \V dairy rarmine 
I^wton — farmine 
McCarthy W dairy larminp 
-McLennan X farming 
MacKenzie A farming 
MacKpnzie J farminir 
AIacK(;nzic \Vm farming 
Mann A farmini; mining 
Max K E mine sum 
Miller J H farming and P.M. 
Priester .Tuliu.s 1 arming 
Proulso <: A dairy farming 
Queen Hess Mine UniKd .Six Miii 

Co owner.s silver lead 
Raddock J farming 
Raymont O dairy farming 
Rhodfs I. farmlng 
SchlichfT J \V mining 
.Smith W J mine foreman 
Talri Y cook 
I'nited Six Mining Co owners Qu 

ne.<;s Mine 
Whltrford J farming 
Willi, ti.rd \V farming 
\\il 11 !•; lugging cunlr 
Wil-i Ti H logging conlr 
\\ lis •M .Miss I. school teach.'r 



Garrett Rollo ranching 

Giles Alfred ranching 

Kent Geo ranching 

Lindsay Jas ranching 

McEride Thos J ranching mixed 

farming 
McLean Kern S mi.Ked farming 
McLean X farming and fruit 
Xewman Chas T ranching 
Perris Percy ranching 
Read Henry fruit-growing 
Reedman .\rcliibald G ranching 
Reedman H.irry K farming 
Reedman John g.'n store and P.M. 
Reedman John S raneliing 
Reedman Stanley mixed farming 
Salter Ahr-.l ranching 
Trotlier Itaoul teamster 

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Vancouver, B.C. 

38-39 
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Victoria, B.C. 



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BROS. 

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Florists 



miles south of Prince Gcorgi-. 


In the 


Cariboo Prov. Klec. Uist.. i 


nd 14 


mills Irom llluck water to 


.-graph 


station. See nnnii'S under 


Ulack- 



a P.O. on Ulind Clianncl. dividing 
Upper and lx>wcr Thurlow Islands, 
in Comox Prov. Kloc. Oist., reached 
by Union SS. Co.'s b<iats from Van- 
couver, distant H.'i miles. Has tele- 
graph olllee. Population a floating 
one. but averaging L'O. lA>cal re- 
sources: Fishing and logging. 
.\ll<-n Prank store mgr g C Co 
l:irminghcm Hro.s logging rontrs 
lirady I'" logger 
iJimlels 11 farmint; 
Daniels J M forest ranger 
[)..Millo \V logging conlr 



Met 



BLACKWATER STATION 

a rhim. Govt, telegraph station. 56 1 
miles south of Prince Gcorgi-. In i 
Cariboo Prov. Elic. iJlst.. -lO miles i 
northwe.iit of Ijuesnel the P.O. ] 

Pate.mude Hop 



graph opi 



BLAINEY 



a si.iHon on the K * .V. Ry . 3 mile- 
si.uth of Ijidysmlth nnd .M; miles 
north of Victoria, on Vancouver 
Island. In Cowlrhnn I'rov. Klic. Uist. 
Ij\dy«milh Is n.nrest C.P.R. tele- 
graph orilcr. .ind the business centre. 
Population. .■)". Local resources: 
Mixed farming. Sec namcH under 
l..adysmllh. 

BLAISDELL 



Cut Flowers 


Mil mI.I Indl.nn villnge. 3 miles nor 


Wedding 


..1 SI(niM..iis the P<>. N.. reslilen 


Bouquets 


BLAYLOCK 


Funeral Design. 


a station .m the Kasl.i-Nnku 


SEEDS 


branch of the C.P.R. . In Knslo Prf 


BULBS 


i:iec. Hist 1.-, miles northwest 
Knsl.i Ihe P.O. \.. local residents 


POT PLANTS 
NURSERY 


BLIND BAY 


STOCK 


a V.n and settle„„„t. | lulles norl 
en'^t nf Notch Hill, on Ihe C.P.It.. 


Fruit and 


Kamloops JYov. lOlec. Dist. I...C 


Ornamental 
Tree, and Shruh. 


resourc.s: Krult-growlng and fin- 


ing. Population. .1". 
Miken Thos farming 


CATALOGUE 


Knin.s flii.s T mK..( r.irming 
n.iillnr.l .\ 1. rniu-i;i..wlng 


FREE 


l-.iirnnril l-i:inU iMiH-growli.g 


Address Mail 


li;"k7ni;irm','' r,','.'M''"nived l.lln.l 


Orders to 


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BLXJBBER BAY 

a P.O. at north end of Texada l.-laml. 
in Straits of i;eorgla. opposite Com- 
ox. on east roast of Vancouver Is- 
land. In Comox I'rov. Elcc. DIst.. 
reached by Union S.S. Co'.s boats from 
Vancouver. Has telegraph connec- 
tion via telephone to Powell River, 
llns Customs Olllce and Preventive 
Station. Piipulatlon. 2nrt. Local re- 
sources: Lime mnnutaeturlng. cop- 
per mining, lumber manufacturing, 
ranching. - etc. The lime manufac- 
tured here gives an analysis of on..'. 
ealclum carbnniite. the purest lime in 
the world. 
Abercrombie J 
.\brams John 
Pucholtz It 

I lawson .M 

Hansen Martha lishlng 

Mopwood .1 

Hughes S It postmaster 

Mnton .\lex 

l...yiil .Mine Jas Roper mgr gold sil- 



.Ml 



Ci.pp. 

Kr.<l 



Pack \Vm • 
Price II V 
Uoper Jas 
Roper Thoi 



ulnlng 



48 Hastings St. E. I 

Vancouver ' 



frult-growin 
I ranching 



•hilling Richard fishing 
l.lelds Wni R mining 
llnev T 

Inipson A bricklayer P L Co 
alker W .\ aeig fi'V odlcer Cus- 



idhi 



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BONNINGTON FALLS 



BLUCHER HALL 



Thomp- 



a P.O. and ."eul>/nuiu 

son liiver. in Kuriiluops I'ro 

Dist.. 7 miles from Louis Creek, on 

the C.N.R., the nearest railway and 

telcKraph point. Local rtsourccs: 

Mining, farming, luniborinfc-, with 

good hunting and fishing. 

Belts Wm farming 

Bottrell Jolin farming 

Burns Harold logging 

Burns Harvey C farming 

Cahilty John mixed farming 

Ciscro IJobert D farming 

Denneny iUchacI farming 

Emery John farming 

Fader Chas farming 

Fraser IJanl gen store dairy farming 

I'M 
Fraser River .Mining Co Ltd W J 

Smith mgr platinum 
Harding H V mine laborer 
Jllghland Jas farming 
Irwln Saml chi<k..ii ranching 
Jackson H J farming 
Johnston Gus logging 
Johnston J K farming 
Kallu C K logging 
Keller Cha.-' farming 
McGregor Duncan farming 
McLean Ja.s A farming 
McLeod 1> A logging contr 
Munro Geo mixed farming 
Murray Wm G farming 
Muskctt F farming 
Muskctt F J farming 
Muskett Jeff farming 
Parks T A farming 
Paul Ernest logging 
Salves C niix.-.l iMrnilng 



Smith \V .1 ingr I' U M Co 
Tonlord Jean lurming 
Todd Cha* fanning 
Wans Saml farming 

BLUEBERRY 

on C P.U. Nilson-Hossland braneli 
« niil..« soiitli of Castlegar. 'frai 
Prov. Kloc. niNt. See nanus unde 
P.hieberry Crii k. 

BLUEBERRY CREEK 

a P.O. and fMrn\lng setll-m. nt II' 

miles north ol Trail. 6 miles soull 

of CastUgar, at the Junction of JJlu.' 

berry Creek with Columbia Ulver. Ii 

Trail Prov. Elec. Olst. 

.\shworth A larniing 

KainiUan Alex farming 

lUrciulsen T dairy farming 

K.r.siurd Mr.M E sec school board 

Cirisiord J fiirmlng 

llrooke E S farn\ing 

Gopp W farming 

Harrison A F. gen store 

Harrison Mrs E M postmistress 

Judklns II farniiiig 

Kirk U farming 

Lewis J farming 

Lewis Steven farming 

l.obh 



Belly John CXR coalman 
Belly Peter CXIt coalman 
Cook Austin D mixed farming 
Crowlev Daniel mixed farming 
David William CNR sec frmn 
Dozier Wni T CXR rndhse frmn 
Goodenough Austin rep LindsKy 

Bros Lmbr Co Nelson 
Graham Josci>h CNR pumpman 
Horn Angus U mixed farming 
Jarvis Robert agent CNR 
Johnson Wm R rep Dunlevie Timber 

Co 
Lawson Chas mixed farming 
Lawson John mixed farming 
McCague Wm CNR car insp sec 

school board. 
McKon/.ie Htii-'h A roadmaster CXR 
McI.ABI:N DAVID, General Store j 
and Post Office. | 

Mil.ar. r, I 1: iuslice of peace 

IJ CNR restaurant 
ice CNR wiper 
ond CXR wiper 
.• frmn rndhse CNR 
A CNI{ operator 
iiM.s CNR wiper 

CNR rdmstrs elk 
d car insp CNR 



ilar>ha 



.Martinson K 
Mortimer V.v 
Pake Robert 
Raymond J a 



BLUE SPRINGS 

a settlement on Spallumcheen R'\er. 
21 miles east of Vernon, t rom which 
it is reached by stage. 

BLUNDELL 

a station on the l:.C. Elec. Ry.. Steve- 
son line. Lulu Island, in the Rich- 
mond Prov. Elec. Dist. \2.2 miles 
south of Vancouver and 2.3 miles 
north of Stewslon. See names un- 
der Stevesion. 



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BOAT ENCAMPMENT 



a -etllement at the Junction of the 
Columbia and Canoe Rivers, rto miles 
north of Revelstokc. the P.O. 

BOAT HARBOR 

on the east roast of Vancouver Is- 
land. » miles south of Nanalmo. Has 
tel.phone olllre. There are coal 
mln. s In the vicinity. 



Pacific Goiiist 



BOLD POINT 



side of till 
SS. Co. 
ranching i 



liy boats of 
Island of the \ 



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BLUE RIVER 

' PO. and div 



Black Robert mixed farmlni 
Elder Sadie i) postinlstr.ss 
llyarth X C mixed farmiiig 



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(See Port M.mn) 



BONNINGTON FALLS 



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., OilComp.niej.and 
j Handling Oil 
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B. C. 

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BSTABLISBED 1909 

A select achool (or 
business training— 
• mall classes. 

Individual 

Teaching 
All students per- 
•onally instructed 
and recommended 

by 
H.C.Duffus.Mgr. 

709 Ctorjis, W 
VANCOUVER 



telephone. Population. 90. Local re- 
sources: Ranching and power de- 
velopment. Tlje Bonnington orch- 
ards have produced some of the 
finest apples in the province. Good 
game hunting. 
Anderson R J machinist 
Bennett W W asst supt W K P & 

L Co 
BottinB Geo E fruit-growing and 

ranching 
Broadwood H C elec opr W K P & 

L Co 
Brown G N fruit-growing 
Colllngwood G fruit-growing 
Georges R J asst elcctn 
Goodc Major Stuart fruit-growing 
Grayson U elec opr 
Hoyle John H fruit-growing 
Jerome John 11 elec W K P & L Co 
Jerome Robt operator 
Johnson K K elec opr \V K P & L 
l.ee Major fruit-growing 
Long Richd G elec VV K P * L Co 
McGregor Kdward J operator 
Main Robt fruit-growing 
.Martin Krank electrician 
Miles Samuel operator 
Moteley Wm H .lee \V K P & 1. Co 
Needham Thos supt City plant 
mdge \V D lineman 
.'Stewart J eirc opr 
.-itewart .N'orman 1> fruit-growing 
Thiiinpson Cordon I., opr W K V & 

1. Co 
\\>.st Kootenay Power * I..lght Co 

l.td. .\ndw Willey suia 
Ullley .Vndrew ."upt W 



Hicks Samuel loco foreman 
McKcand Gordon car insp and sec 

school board 
McKeand ^V car inspciti't- 
Mullen \Vm watchman and farming 
Musgrave K agent CXR 
Pafford Fredk asst loco foreman 
Ryan Thos opr CXR 
Smith John li gen store and P.M. 
Thompson A K operator CXR 
Wilson George car Inspector 
BOSWELL 

a P.O. and fruit-growing settlement 
on the Kootenay Lake. Kaslo I'rov. 
Elec. Dist.. between Nelsi n and Koo- 
tenay Landing, rt-a.-l.c-a by C.I'.R. 
lake steamer.s. distant L'li miles north 
of Sirdard. 47 east of Xilson. and 20 
north of Kootenay Landing, the near- 
est railway point. Mas B.C. long 
distance telephone oilice. Local re- 
sources: fruit-growing. especially 
cherries. Population, 7j. 
Balnbridgc E stock-raising 
Dartley Geo H bees and fruit 
Bebbington C H fruit-growing 
Bceden Arthur fruit-growing 
Bourne Clcm<:nt frult-gn.wlng 
Clubb Jos truck-gardening 
Coup^land Jas gro exp ngt ranch and 

frowthcr Annie fruit-growing 
Crowther Denis U fruit-gmwing 
Cunimings Mrs U frult-gmwing 
Cummings Krank trapping 



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VANCOUVER 
B. C. 



BOOTHROYD i 

u Hag station on the C.N.R.. 7 miles 
ia.«t of IJostcm Itar. the nearest G.N. 
VV. telegraph and P.O.. in Kaniloops ! 
Prov. Elec. IJIst.. on north side of i 
[•'raser River, Section crew. | 

BORLAND j 

a P.O. and farming iiettlemcnt on ' 
Williams Lake. 10 miles from 130- ! 
Mile House, on the Cariboo Road. In I 
Cariboo Prov. Elec. Dist . renrhed I 
by stage from .Vshcrofl. K.O mlle.M. ! 
or Clinton on the P.C.i:. Ity.. 120: 
I miles. Has telephone ..lllcc. When 
[ the P.G.E. Uy. Is completed, this 
I place will probably beome a dlvl- 
I slonal point on the line 
' Ciinipbell .V M mixed farming 



i;inol Wni l.ii 
lUnih J truit 
ll.pher W 1, 



sti> 



t-growing 
Johnstone Harry dairy stock iruit 
Kenncily Andrew bees and fruit 
Kennedy .Mary postmistress 
Kuhn Cha.-) prospecting 
Kunst l>r J fruit-growing 
MacPonald Miss .M fruit-growing 
Maekie Alex fruit-growing 
.MIteh.ll Mrs K housekeeper 
.MitrlKll Wm mining and irull 



ts .Mrs 



l)Oll 



ry tar 



Dntt? 



,vlc 



M;oi;..u.in -111..- firming 
I'Inrlib.ek \V iliilry farming 

l.'himney Creek school bi.ard 
.^lanlan J M mixed farming 
.■Plater \V H farming In dig Vi'.T 
.•^tone Mnrshnll mixed famiini 
Weitmnn c! 11 mixed farming 



BORTIIWICKS 

'nlllre. 



J from l!f 
I liorthwlck 



Dom. Govt. Tcli'gr 
« from Kamlodps. 
arriero. the P.O. 
Geo rancher and tel 



fruit 
fruit-growing 
.'^nilth i:r..s (Ilert and Jaa H) fruit 
Spen.,. llnrold fruit dairying 
Wall Thos mining 

Wallace Kenneth fruit ilairv farming 
Wilson John fruit-growing 
Yulll Uobt W mining 

BOSWORTH 

a Mag station on the C.P.R. I^rdeau 
and r.errard brnneh. 4 miles from 
Howser and 17 miles northwest of 
Lardeau. In Kaslo Prov. Elec. DIst. 
Telephone at Gold Hill, distant 3 
miles. Kasin Is the business centre. 
.Vddress mall I'.osworlh, via Poplar 
Creek P.O. 

.Vp|)leton Geo farming 
ICvans Edmund farming 
I.iin\ing John farming 



BOSTON BAR 



iilning settlement in Atlln Pist- 



VKIGLEVS B. C. DIKECTOKY 



Kennedy Wm mining | 

LaTroupe J H mining i 

Jlartin Eric niinins | 

Miller Cliarles mininR I 

Miller Herman mining 

Olinian Dan mining I 

Ohnian Vrctl mining I 

Prpkar Peter mininK 

P.assmussen Walter miniiii; | 

BOULDER j 

a station on the C.N.Uy.. on the No.' 
Ttiunipson Kivi-r. ilO milLS north of 
Kamloops in Kainloops Prov. IClcc. 
Disl. Ncarist P.O. and tclcsraph : 
G.-N'.W. at Cliu Chua. 9 miles south. I 
Uocal resources: Karmlng. lopBinK. ; 
Cleaverl.v Chas mixed farming 
Cleaverly Jos mixed farming , 

Tostenaon I! mixed farming ! 

Tostenson T section foreman 

BOULDER CREEK j 

a logging camp, saw mill and I>.>m. 
Govt. Long Distance Telephone olllcc 
on the G.N.Kv.. 2.") miles south of 
Nelson, the business centre and 2V4 
miles north of Salmo the P.O. ' 

OXeill Irvine * .Mann logging. lum- 1 
bcr sawmill and telephone agts . i 

BOUNDARY BAY 

a P.O.. farming district and suiiinier 
rescrl locattil on I'.nundary Pay. 
Delta Prov. r;iec. Dist.. reached by 
auto stage from New Westminster 
and Partner. Nfare.Ht railway the 
Great Northern, distant r. mile.-*. Ang- 
lican mission. I'opulation. ,'>n. with 
400 In summer. 
.\llcn N nilx.d farmlMg 
Brandrlth l:enj larmiiig 
Hrandrith P farming 
i:ran<hith W .1 farming 
Bullock Wm fiirniing 
Cairns J A s. Ii.m.I teacher 
Calvert !•; T nclg Sub-Col Custom* 
IHiHimistre's 



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Carson il C cattle and grain 
Christenson ilark mixed farming 
Christenson Mrs Mary cattle-raising 
Clark Walter hay and catiie 
Couse J C farming Pil and tel agt 
Fee R mixed farming 
Folvil R cattle-raising 
Gideon Claude mixed farming 
Graser C cattle-raising 
Hoge James poultry-raising 
McArthur J A mixed farming 
McCaron J hay and cattle 
MacI>onald V Y cattle sec sch brd 
Oil James poultry-raising 
Pa^cuzzi Jas mixed farming 
Pascuzzi V mixed farming 
Smith David cattle raising 
Wilson A mixed farming 
Wilson W mixed larming 

BOWEN ISLAND 

a P.O. on Uowen Island, at entrance 

to Howe Sound. Gulf of Georgia, in 

North Vancouver I'rov. Klec. Dist.. 

reached by Terminal Steam Nav. 

St. .iiiHTs Ironi Vancouver. 12 miles. 

.\ M t r\ i.L. is at Whyteclin. on 

!■ ' ' I; ', miles. Has Govt. 

'I ' 1 . school i.s used lor 

■ h', - on u missionary 

1 ...Ti Island Is an ideal 
iiiil seaside resort and in- 
■ summer homes of many 
- citizens. Some fruit and 

poultry-raising aro carried on. 

Pernmni nt population, 90. 

P.illiiigton Fredk. A farming 

pishop lli-rbert I. farming 

Itowena Copper Mine 

Caiiailian Kxplnsives Ltd p«dr mfrs 

Carter .Mlierl larming 

Collins Jas farming 

Ctdllns .Mr.s 1, 1 sec school b.mril 

Compson Keg V. farming 

Cowan Geo II fnrmlng 

Crookall John caretaker 

Davidson Ilobl caretaker 

Davies Arthur George farming 

Davles Wm .1 store and P Al 

I>..dsi>n Kr ink .-state manager 



Tlie AiiiericaD 




Vane 



Smith Jas laborer 



BOUNDARY CITY 

liounil 
rtloii o 



n siding oi 
C.P.K.. at Ju 
Kholt Creeks. 
Greenwood. 



BOUNDARY FALLS 



branch of 



Home .1.11... s lah..rei 
Jones David linnilnt; 
Mackechnle it. .1.1 i: : 
.Mngee F O farming 
Mulasher P.isil II f.i 
Marcelln.. .M.u.iml hi 
Math.'ws John li.rml 
Moore John J miniii 
Morrls,.n ,M. x <; far 
Moil- .1,..,..- L-.ir.l.nii 



BOWIE 

a Hag . 



sii Reiiisters 



Compact Kc) board. 

Hiih regiitenng cap- 

acity. HK.ck System 

Drawer operated. 

Nom 

No crankms. 

Commer.-i.il 1 



Hitbeil Grade Cisb 
Rcgiilcr m>de. 



W.E.WALTER, Ltd. 

54 W.ler St. 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 



MURPHY 
& 

CHAP'JAN 



Commercial 

Stationers 
and Printers 



the C.P.ll.. 



velstoke and 
Uevelstoke 
|.om. Govt. 

• olllce. No > 
s.iua. 


Prov. 
long- 
tallon 


799 


rming 
iiing 




Granville St. 


. ho.d bo;il.l 

1.1 rilling 




Cor. Rob.oD 


11 g 




Vancouver 



WRIGLKVS B. C. DIRECTORV 



Vancouver 
Island 

Fruit Lands 

Limited 

FRUIT and FARM 

LANDS 

In 10 to 40 acre 

tracts 

$40. per 
acre { 

l;5th CASH I 

Balance 1-2-3-4 1 

Years Without 

Interest 

The land is sit- i 
ualed on roads I 
close to railway, i 
schools, stores, etc. 
with the blue sea. 
end while sand 
beaches within, 
easy reach. j 

Belmont House | 
Victoria, B. C. 



E. .<• X. R> 



BOWSER 

a P. O, and .st^tilcni 

in Xanaimo Pro' 

miles north of rarksville. H.as B. C. 

tfelephone. Farming. Population, 40. 

I'.ecque John mi.\.'d farming 

Bowser School Board .\ Lodse sec 

Brown John vopotable farming- 

Caljow Jacobus mi.\ed farming 

Cosiin Frank laborer 

Costin John laborer 

Cotton Chas B mixed farminr 

Deiphton Harry section foreman 

Ginsberg Mrs .Marie mi.xed farming- 



B.jwser school board 
Bibi-nt .August vepeiable farminK 
Smith Wm mixed farming 
Treniayne Arthur IJ mixed farming 

BRACKENDAIiE 

a P.O. and village on the P.G.K. Ry.. 
fi miles north of Squamish. Xo. Van- 
couv.r Prov. Elec. Dist. Xearest 
teloKraph Dom. riovt. at Squamlsh. 
.\nglican and Presbyterian Churches. 
Population. 200. 

A mixed farming 



Rd 



line 



chanie 
I farming 

y-ralsing 



sec I 



s.n.,-iniisli I--;iri.i. Ts Inst 
Barnlield H.nry mix.d farming ' 

Bonson R F mlxid farming 
Rradney U emj) Koa.l IIous.- I 

Brown .\ U niiX'-d farming | 



nniii 



The 
Star 
Printing 
Company 



W. Ck... Stewtrl, > V r, v. 
Propnttor ■ Uao 1 ; 



JUDD EARI.. Mall Carrier. Sta^e > 
Squamlsh to Bmckendale and ' 
Cbeakamns (See Advt.). 

Judd Henry fiunnng s. r .-i.iuamish I 
sehoci board 



Cederfeldt O farming 

Donaldson Kobl mixed farming 

t>uiican Jos 1-" farming 

Blliott D engineer 
' Fatkin F nursery and gardening 

Giggle T lumbering small farming 

(JIazebrook James mixed farming 
. Gourard P farming 

Hestep David farming 

Hutchinson H pres and mill supt 
' Smith-Hutchinson Lumber Co Ltd 
' Lund T A farming 
, McLellan Lou sawyer 

Xicholls J farming 

Xicoll R K dairy farming 

Onnian C farming 

Orr Danl planerman 
I Owen J mixed farming 

Pratt George F postmaster 

Redmond \V A farming 

Reid I farming millwright carp 

Roche J farming 

Sinkinon J M farming 

Smillev A i: mixed farming 

Smith-Hutchinson l.unib. r Co Ltd H 
Hutchinson pres 

Smith K bee-keeping 

Tilly Frank F fanning 

Trumptour Jos farming 

Whilcrtein J F farming 

Wleland C farming 

Vales T farming 

BRANHAM ISLAND 

a P. O. and island at niouili of 
Seymour Inlet. (juceii Charlotte 
Sound. Prince Rupert Prov. Nloc 
Dist.. reached by Fnion S.S. Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver, distant iOn 
miles. Xearest lei station at Port 
Hardy, on Vancouver Isl., distant -O 
miles. Local resources are farniing. 
logging and fishing. 
.Vas !.,ars fishing 
.Anderson J C logging 
.\ndcrson H C logging 
Bcllhaiii F O logging 
r.rndsiead Hans 
Burgi-nson I logging 
Dusenhury Geo logging 
Dent Chns logging 
Kdwards G logging 
Keru Tver logging 
Fi.Mlorlekson F logging 



toiiiiiiei'diil 
I'l'iiilfi'S and 



Til. . nips. .M .1 

Tii'ht.s' !■• I.' 
W.ill.. . V W 
Whit.ik. r 1. 

BRADNER 



Lovik Alfred logging 
[.Jir.son Bernard 
Larson William 
Lund A O farming ami 
Mclnn John logging 
Olen Tliomas l.igging 



LOOSE LEAF 
SPECIALISTS 

I "hone Sey. 860S 
8>2 PENDER ST. 

Vancouver 



Russell Wnlfr lisliiii 
Simmons Jiimes 
Stevens Anton loggini 
Turner Freil G farmii 
Valley Chns logging 

BRANSCOMB 

1 station cm tli- 11. 
■;t. vest. .11 lln.-. Lulu I 
mond Prov. Kloo. Di 
»oiith of Vancouver, a 



'l" O. 



WKIGLEV'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



BEIGADE LAKE 



BRENTONS 

a station on the E. & N. Ky., 62 
miles north of Victoria, anil a miles 
north of Kadysmith. in Newcastle 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. Vancouver Island, 
l^dysmith is the business conlre, 
nearest telegraph ollice of the C.P.R.. 
and the I'. O.. Local resources: 
farminK- t?ee names under Lady- 



BKENTWOOD 



Ky. 



BKEW 

a siding on the P. 

north of Squamish in Xo. Vancou 

Prov. Kifc. Dist. Nearest railway 

station is Jlons. 9 miles. Xearest 

P. O. is Stoney Creek. 

BEIDESVILLE 

a P. O. and farming settlement near 

Kock Creek. CS miles ciist of Kcre- 

meos and ih from Greenwood, on 

Grand Forks and Oroville branch of 

G. N. It., in Greenwood Prov. lOlec. 

Ulst. Onice of sub-collector of 

Customs, outport of Greenwood. Has 

G. N. W. Telegraph and l,>om. Govt. 

long distance telephone. 

.\klns W G section hand 

Almqui.st W grain-growing 

Blllups 1.. nii.vrd farming 

Bolvlck .\ U farminK 

Bozarth J .\l dairying 

Brown \Vm Inrining 

Chester Cliaillcn cattle bree<ler 

Coss C AV cattk-ralsing 

Courtney i; II rattle raising 

DeWltte M. r.- Co gen store 

Cud worth i: i.nrnilng 

Dclander .J f.irming 

Delisle J .\ dairying 

DeWitte M.rc Co gen store 

Dodds J 1, niix.'d farming 

Dumont Hubert 

Dumont ling" dairying 

Dumonl .If.- il.ilrving 

Dumont Mlolia.l grain 1 



BRIDGE CREEK 

See nanie.-^ uiul^r IMii-Mile Hou 
BRIDGEPORT 



a station on the B. C. Elec. Ry.. 
Steveston line, on Lulu Island. Rich- 
mond Prov. Elec. Dist., distant s, 
mile from llarpole and ^i- mile from 
Eburne. the P. O. Bridgeport takes 
in Tuck Station and Sexsmith Sta- 
tion on either side. Local resources: 
Two shingle mi' Is. a flour mill, steel 
and rolling mill. 
Challoner E H school janitor 

Darling prin Bridgeport school 

„„ ., I Dominion Sliingle .t Cedar Co Ltd 

-* """"S! Easterbrook lOdwin bkper EE.M Co 

'" "" Easterbrook Flour Mill Co Ltd 



General 

Fancy 

Goods, Ltd. 



Who 



Dealt 



istr thresh 



m blacksmith 
carpenter 
gardener 



Klrkbridc \V 
Palmer \Vm 

Phillips 

Horlsoii Basil J 

Rorlson >Uigh E 

Rorison Robert P 

Rorison R l> mgr Royal Nurseries 

Rorisun W D farming 

Royal Nurseries. R U Rorison mgr 

Scxsmith J W retired 

Shlllabcar John 

Shillabear Thos C retired 

Smith Thos farming 

.•<i.iiiii'-,,>i i:. ir v.. (lion foreman 

' SlMl;/ A! , , M,,|l2e JIfg Co) 

St' ' i.Mcx Stoltze Guy 

i I !, ■ > i !! ingles 



Toys— Noveltie. 
Stationery and 
School Supplie. 
Leat jer Goodi 
Electrical 
Sundriei 
Drug Sundriei 
Hardware 
Specialtiet 
Batketsand Silk 
Coodi 

Phone Sey. 224 6 

Corner Richards 

and Cordova 
VANCOUVER 



BRIGADE LAKE 



lid 



iber sec 



and li 
Glllls I 
Goodver 
Graham 
Hatton 
Higglnl 

Anarr 



illector of Customs 



m 1.' miles south 


A k fi 


: .!■' irom Kam- 


rOr/ 


iiearest rail- 


/ IV y 


nu Mas public 


/.^\1 (V 


nee telephone at 
- |„ji,,s Local 


Ifl^/^f 


ropulatioii, :-ii". 


ff\y 


ixe<l farming 


J 


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s 




Complete li.st ot' 




FARMS 


, ■..in;; 


CHICKEN 


ii-im'i'ig"*"' 


RANCHES 


laiiiiing 


FRUIT FARMS 


•n'ling' 


VEGETAin E 


d farn.lng 


GARDENS 




DAIRIES 


Mrnniii: 


throughout ll><- 


■llllll'in 


better .tttlcd .lit- 


lur 


tricti of the I'ro- 


''."''"^, 


vince. 


ariiiliig 


Complete 1..U, 




m>p>, etc. 



rippie 

\VftUor^ 
Wiiu.r 
Yoniikl 



414 Seymour Sf. 
Vancouver 



BRIGHOUSE 



WKIGLEVS B. C. DIRfCTOKY 



Arthur 
Coles 

Real I 
Estate 

FINANCIAL and 

GENERAL 

INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC I 

ESTATES ! 

MANAGED I 

p. 0. Boi 167 

1205 Broad St. 

VICTORIA 



-it 

by B. C. 



)USE I BRISCO 

tS settlement on Lulu Island I ^ P- "^^^ anti villase on the Kootenav 
■■rov. Elec. Dist.. reached I Cent, branch of the C.,P. R.. 4SI miles 
Elec. Ry. Address mail so"tb of Golden, on the Columbia 
River, in Columbia Prov. Elec. Di<=t 
I Has telegraph and Dom. Govt, ions 
I distance telephone ollices and An!.-!i- 
I can Church. The Lead Queen and 
I Isaac mines deliver -ore to Bri-;co 
.• regularly for shipment. Thore are 
1 ceposits of 100 per cent, white lime 
here. Claimed to be the best di=- 
I trict in the Columbia Vallev. Local 
, resources: Mininjr (copper, silver, 
lead), muced larminp, sheep-raisine. 



Eburne. 

UriKhouse II mixed farming 
liuckingham AV H mixed farming 
Chcsman L D real estate 
Erskine Ja.s mixed farming 
Forbes A hardware 
Fowler T mixed farming 
Oilmour Jos mixed farming 
Gilson Geo mixed farming 
Graner (; A mixed farming 
H.-mphill J mixed farming 
l«iing Thos mixed farming 
.McChellar <:eo mixed farming 
McDonald iJunran mixed farming 
.McIXinald Hugh mixed fanning 
-McKay 1. K mixed farming 
M< Knight W C mixed farming 
.May 11 It mixed farming 
M.gar F dairying 
M.n. r .1 AV mivd farming 
Miller .M F r.sid.nt 
I'li.-itir I" mixed farming 



•fho 



PCtt 



irde 



ip.xon Jas mixed farming 
\iHiion .T ro.Td foreman 
Webster liavi.l dairying 
Wilson I'' T poultry-raising 
Uil.son .M mixed farnilng 



BRIGHTON BEACH 
on the we.st side of i 



dairying, logging and lumbcriii 

Alton Leslie farming 

Alton Tl»os sawmill 

-Vtcheson Henry farming sec scli brd 

Atcheson Sieve 
: Uanks J J farming 
I lieaumonC H H farmi.ig 
1 Berry P W farming 
' Hot- Wm farmitii; 
I Brown Thos milling 
: Cameron Honald farming 
I S*5!1?V: " ''•'""'^■' l»r»ilng and p M 
i Cobb Ernest farming 

Denhart Paul nigr L.ad Queen .Mine 
1 Faber Peter farming 
I Hale J farming 

Harrison .Staiil.y i; farming 

Hart Thris farming 



Kohl 



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Jli 



BRIGHTWATER 



iiliiK 



mmm 

C9imiTED 




liii Tower JJi 
Building 



BRILLIANT 



Moran .. 

Morrison 
..,,.,,. ' Nixon Wi 

H Uoukhobor .setiknient and V. O. on .Nixon \\l 
"PP. side of Columbia Klver from Pane llai 
Waterloo Station, on Ito.^sland br. of Powell Kd ward farming 
■• oi - ;-. °'"*" <■»»' "f Castlcgnr Thorson M J 

c p H Tern."; 7- "^ ^^'*°;?- ""' ■^""'- " " ••"•'""" "•"--'■or 

^. P. K. rel. niul P.. C_ Telenhiin» Wnti, i.«-i _,i .- . 

Doukhob. 



McCUiiii..-- I;. ,1.1 ,.,r 

.Milcli. n .\lir..| n I. 

Mitch. II 1 led farmii 

Mitchell i-.eo ealllo and farm 

Mitchell .M J farming 

"" ■ hd farming 

•.■•urge E farming 
t'-r J farming 
lert farming 

Indian packer 1 



iding Soc. gen store 



Britannia Beach 



a 1. IV anil viiipaiiy town of the 
rr). ","-*• -^"n'"*: * Smelting Co.. 
Ltd.. 33 nille.s north of Vancouver. 
In .No. \ancouver Prov. Elec. Dl.ut. 
reached by TerinliiR! Steam Navi- 
gation bont.i from Vancouver. X. ir- 
est railway Is P. C,. E. nt Sqii.Tnn-h 
8 miles. HiLs telegraph and t-l. -^h •,. 
olllre.o. Ollices of Prov. Poll... I'on- 
stabl.' and nrlinc Sub-Coll< ri,.r of 
Customs. outport of Van,-..uv.r. 
Presbyterian Chnrcli iiiid U. c. Mis- 





XOI 






Ande 


SOI 


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Andri 


\IN 


Uni h 




.\ndri 




W in !• 


mining 




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i-s bl; 


rUsniilli 



llnte 


nan Jain> 


« hydro ..pr 


P.awi 


en Wni i: 


nuiehlnisi 


Bent 


lien A mi 


linan 


i:.rg 


Carl mill 


nan 


i;.ii^ 

niln'" 
]:}■:., 
l:..l.|. 
M..>|. 


l: n .:r",i 

Ii '.r,'.s"',ri, 


.ng .-^.S Quad 
arp.-nter 
nining 


Ilrald 


W.H.d .i,.i, 


1 niarlUnlst 


Brele 


r H C St. 


r.- oleik 


Brigl 


t..n SamI 


mining 


Prist 






Urita 


inla"'.Vlln',.' 


B Al'jt S Co 


Hrlla 


nnia MInir 


g *i .^meltlnf 


i: 


J Donohi 


■• seo-tnas 


Mo 


.die gen n 




Broil 


erhood W 


m mining 




1 .r \V ml 




Brow 


1 Itobt m 


llni.'in 



WKIGLEYS B. C. DIEECTOKY 



BRITANNIA BEACH 



Carlson Gus millman 

Casper Geo mining 

Chenoweth T J mining 

Christholm C minins 

Chrlstholm D minins 

Christholm F mining 

Clark Robt millman 

Clark Wm G mining 

Clarys 14 S chef 

Cleveland A shoemaker 

Cole H W hoistman 

Contois Joseph mining 

Copland John mach helper 

Cordinfr Thomas J mining 

Craig J mining 

Craig L. mining 

Curran Michael J mining 

Currie IJ X hoistman 

Cutler Melville F master mariner 

Davidson Alex hoistman 

Dawson A H land surv 

Dawson }I D surveyor 

Dean James millman 

De Kossett R M sampler 

Depots Valentine mining 

Devereaux A 11 electrician 

Diana U carpenter 

Dick R W hoistman 

Dickenson Chas niotorman 

Dion Wilfred stalinnman 

Dixon Edgar brakeman 

Donohue 10 J sec-treas 



Kincaid Wm J electrician 
King Bertram piperttter 
King Geo carpenter 
Kilchberg A ind eng SS Quadra 
Latnn Arthur mining 
Landray J H millman 
Larsen Eric millman 
I.ee Henry enpiiiLer 
Lel'age Pierre blacksmith 
Uidslrom John u miniiir 
Lonon Wm millman 
I^owe E carpenter 
I.owther A blacksmith 
McAllister Chas skiptender 
JlcCausland Ed shift boss 
McCulla Thos foreman 
McDonald Archibald mining 
McDonald Duncan brakeman 
McDonald Hugh mining 
McDoncll AKx D tram foreman 
McDougall Donald shift boss 
McDougall Wm S skiptender 
McEwan R mining 
McHale Darncy station man 
Mclntyre Duncan mining 
Mclntyre Itodorick mining 
McKonzio Angus mining 
McKcnzic John tramway operator 
McKenzie Malcolm mining 
McKonzlc S:in\ucl blacksmith 
McKoiinon Angus \- mining 
McKlnnon I' carpenter 




Mininc Si Smelling Co.. I-lJ. 



Downing Fred contractor 

Dryburgh Jumes master mech 

Dufrasne J el»*ctriclan 

Duggnn Michael mining 

Dun ~ • ■ • 

Krl< 

Etherlngton L blacksmith 

Kabbl S carpenter 

Fletcher }1 ciirpinter 

Gilchrist James mining 

Glennle Alex blacksmith 

Godin J D cnrpentcr 

Granbcrg Johnn i> mining 

i;rnnhin<l A millman 

Grant Geo R brnk<man 

Gray i; W 1st ..Ml.-.r SS Quadra 



UNIVERSAL 
JIRE 
FILLER 

Will give you 
greater satisfac- 
tion than the air- 
fiUcd tube— 
At less expense 
and with the same 
resiliency as 
with air. 

Agents Wanted 

Call or write for 

folders. 

Factory and in- 
stalling station 

UNIVERSAL 

TIRE FILLER 

CO. 

983 MAIN ST. 
Phone Sey. 848:^ 

VANCOUVER 



I StcKnlght R.)bt steam engineer 
Mcl^uughlln D hydro operator 
JIcLean AUx carpenter 
McLean Rod^jrkk pool room tinp 
McL.cod AuKUs mining 
McLeod Neil electric operator 

I McLeod Roderick laborer 
McNeill James H carpenter 
McPhee D blacksmith 
McPhec Doutrald P lineman 
SIcI'hcrson Alex carpenter 
McPherson Daniel mining 
McRae \. H timekeeper 
McRne Roderick mining 
Mnck.nzic Alex D eleclrlclnn 
Madi.re J It machine helper 
Maniuarrle R C chf eng SS Quadrc 
Magnono Chas blacksmith 
Mnllon M carpenter 
Malm J A bla. ksmith 



IF ITS 

GLOVES 

Phone Sey. 7532 

'Sanlell 

Mfg. Co. 

Gloves and 
Mitts 

I For Camp, Mill 

or Mine 

Our Specialty 



Tl. 



iiing 

.v Co'n.'itable 

trnckman 

.\ acciint.int 

libald notary public 




Mi.iistnd J. 



I Cor. Homer and 
I Cordova Sts. 
I Vancouver, B. C. 



BKITANNIA BEACH 



WIUGLKV'S li. C. DIRKCTOKV 



The 
Crystal 

Spring 
TRY OUR 

Dry 
Ginpr 



ITC. 

Manufactured from 

the celebrated 

Crystal 

Spring 
Waters 

1244 
Richardson 

VICTORIA 



CROSBY 

and 

BISSELL 

Stationers 

PRINTERS 



Xelson Alex carpenter 
N'elson C tiniekeeper 
Xettion \V carpcnlers helpei 
Xty -Milton K hydri. opr 
Xiberg Gus millman 
Xicholson X brakeniun 
X'ordlund I. millman 
O'Connor Daniel blacksmith 
Olson (Justave carpenter 
Olson (,>scar niinint; 
Oldon Simon carpenter 
Patterson Henry carpenter 
Perkins S motornian 
Perry C P clerk 
Peterson Geo tram supt 
Peterson O millman 
Phillips Jos clerk 
Pilklnt'lon A carptnter 
Pilkinuton K carpenter's help 
Pine Geo electrician 
Pomeroy C C. carpenter 
Powell JI elc 



Prin 



Kk 



P i: mill 
Kalph a 



•d Ti 



Iloberts r, 

olllcer 
Uowell II J mucker 
SI. Laurent \Vm skiptendor 
Sanders 1' <; carp helper 
Sato A <ni|. 

Savaee W W station man 
Savard Alphonso mininK 
Schuler K U warehouseman 
Shejiherd A S carpenter 
Sin. I:ilr I; iiiillman 



Itobt bla.kHniilh 
Clevi-land niachlnisl 
.>n Wni molorman 
linvid hnlstnian 



blncksmitli 



BRITISH AMERICAN CAMP 

a loKpinf,- camp roached by Union 
S.S. Co.-s boats bolwyen VancouvV,' 
and Prince Ituperl. 

BRITON RIVER 

a logrpinfT settlcnient on the Jervi"! 
Inlet-water route of the Union t; rf 
Co. EKmont 15 miles distant is near- 
est V. O. 

McXauehton J loftrine 
BROADWATER 

a I'.O. and farming settlement "4 
miles north of West Robson. on t)ie 
ejsi side of Lower Arrow Lake, in 
Slocan I'rov. Klec. Dist.. reached bv 
C. P. li. lake sliamers between Ar- 
rowhead and Wist Itobson. Do- 
minion ';ovt. loll),- distance tele- 
phone and telegraph ollicc. J-'arininp. 
Population, lu. 
Illincworth Geo N mixed farniinp 

fruit-Kiowinir and stock 
Maekerctli .Vrtliur postmaster 
Silsby J farniinK 

BRODIE 

a station on the Kettle Valley Rv.. 
4 miles west of llrookniere. the I'.O. 
in Greenwood Prov. lllec. Dlsl. Local 
resources: Timber, minint' prospects 
and slock-raisiiiK. 
Hickey .1 ranchinc 






BROMLEY 

a ilat,- station on the G. X. U., ::' 
miles n.w. of Medley, in Slmilkameen 
Prov. i:iee. Dist. Xo aKCnt or local 
residents. Iledley is nearest P. O. 

BBONSONS 

a landing on llie Kraser River. 
reached by motor boat "Fori Lan»;- 
ley" from Xew Westminster. 

BROOKMERE 

a I'.O. and station on the Kcttli) Val- 
ley l!y,. nt junction of Great N'orth- 



Office 
Supplies 

Sey. 261 

306 Tower BIdg. 
Vancouver 



Wills Wm hlarksnilth 
Wilson Arthur tram op 
Wilson t? r. hlaiUsnillh 
Wilt Albert H blucksmi 

BRITANNIA MINES 



a sub-P.O. and station on the V. 
Klee. Ky.. 4 miles southeast of Va 
couver. See names under Vaneou\ • 



sawmill, ralh'. 




i .1 -.■•(:. 


ranch- 


Int: and Iokk 








and Ideal dim 


1 1 . •' 






Amundson H 


"ecUoii 


foreman 




Andrews Miss 


opr K 


V Ry 




Uarnct i: 








neamer Miss I 


school t.acher 




Uertroll P lab 




wniill 




liertroli P lab 


M< r s 


wmill 




Hrookmere llo 


el He 


ry Pcrrett niur 


Campbell A co 


iducto 


r U' V Uy 




Carr W brak.nuit. K 


V Ry 




Clement J for 




awmill 




Collins K lln.'i 


mil k" 


V Uy 




De Wolfe W II 


loi,-i,-ln 


„- sawmill 





BRITISII AMERICAN 



Port i:ssini,-| 
IncliKlini; III i 
lid f.5 Indians. 



WKIGLEVS li. C. DlitECTOKY 



i'errett Henry mgr Urookmere Hotel | 

L'cn store and P M 
r.ob^rts Alonzo ranchins: I 

Koberts A B dairying 1 

Ilutherford John agt K V Ry 
Sutherland J watchman K Y Ry 
Vader J fireman K \ Ry 
Wolfe W P sawmill supt 

BROOKSWOOD i 

a settlement 1'- miles south or 

Hunter, on the IJ.C.K. Hy.. Fraser I 

Valley Line. Langlcy Prairie is the 

P. O. 

Arnott Archd S S employee 

Brewer Henry ranching 

Browning Arthur li mechanic 

Bruce John P chicken ranching 

Bruce John P Jr wood sawyer 

Crank Jas fruit-frowing 

Enion Jonathan J postal clerk 

Forster Jas A fisherman 

Godfrey J fruit-ranching 

Hockey Thos H engineer 

Johnson August gen store 

Lawrence Albert J 

McKay Miss 

McKay Jas chicken ranching 

Oswald John T ranching 

Oswald Ralph sawmill enip 

Oswald Robt sawmill emp 

Peterson Martin ranching 

Robinson John S sawmill h<i 

Robinson Siisk- C bank chrk 

Spetch tJydii. y iruit ranching 

Stacey Harr\ l..ngshnrcman 

Tanabe F fruit-ranching 
Thiels Paul camp cook 
Watte ranching 

BROUSE 

a ranching settlement 2 ',4 miles fn.m 
Kakusp, in Revelstoko Prov. Klcc. 
Dlst., on C.P.1{. Nakusp div. No 
agent. Local telephones. Presby- 
terian church. Population, r.5. Local 
resources: I'ruii-growing, wood and 
posts. Address mail via Nakusp. 
Alton H fanning 
Baird R H r.uiiung and fruit 
Cook G poukiy ami Iruit 
Khl Chas farniin,- and iruit 
Hamling Chris l.irming 
Harlow S farniliig 
Hascar Louis 1 1 uit-growing 
Henkc J farming 
Hess Mr farming 
HomelightcnL-r .Viuhuny farming 
Jansen K farming 
Rogers W K farming 
Rushtun Thos dairying and fruit 
Taylor \Vm K grain-prowing 
Thew J !•; farming 
Urry K A bee-keeping 
Wensley Fred farming 
Wensley John farming 
Wyrill Fred f ruit-growing 

BROWNSVILLE 

BRUCE 'S LANDING 
i>n Okanagan Lake. 8 miles s«uth of 
Okanagan L.imling. .V boat landing 
.ind sunmur ciimping ground. 

BRUNSWICK 



BRUNSWICK 

a salmon eann. 
miles from Ui 



reached by C.P.R. & Union S.S. Co.'s 

boats. 

Brunswick Cannery, B C Packers 
Assn owners Frank Inrig mgr 
salmon canners and gen store ' 

Mcl^chlan J bookkeeper 

BRUNSWICK BEACH 

a settlement on the east side of 
Howe Sound, opposite south end of 
Gambler Island 

BRYDON'S RANCH 

a Dom. Govt. Telegraph ollice and 

farming settlement about 20 miles 

from Shuswap. Address mail via 

Paxton Valley P. O 

Bicaso Henry farming 

Blana Jos farming 

Brydon L C rancher and tel agent 

Penient D i; farming 

Thornton J E farming 

BEYNMAKI, 

a P. O. and mail post on E. & X. Ry., 
16 miles northwest of Nanaimo, in 
Alberni Prov. Elec. Dist., 1 -^ miles 
from Nanoose and 8 from Parksville. 
Farming. dairying. powd-rmaking. 
lumbering and fishing. Population. 70. 
Lutterworth George farming 
Carter Robert farming 
Claudet Frederick G farming 
Cross Frederick larming 
Giant I'owiler Co powder mfrs 
Harvey Julia farming 
Marks Hrnest farming 
Page H W A farming 
Puzey H M farming 
Roberts 1> mixed larming 
Roberts James farming 
Roberts Win )>ostmaster 
.Zanders Wm H farming 

Tippet Clias mixed farming 
Wall Al-.r.d farming 
Webster Glenmore farming 

BUCCANEER BAY 

on water route of the Fnion S.S. Co., 
42 miles north of Vancouver. Sttam- 
ers daily during summer and twice 
weekly in winter. Addr.ss Buc- 
caneer Bay or Oaks Point via Lnion 
S.S. Co. Has telephone <^ilice. Ex- 
cellent summer camping resort. 
Permanent population. 1. 
Blair AV T caretaker Oaks Point 

Camp B f Tel Co 
r.urnett Hr W B physician 
Kwarl G A caretaker Oaks Pt Camp 
Fulton Louie ranching 
Grant Alex J P Welcome Pass 

BUCKLEY BAY 

a P. O. on Masset Inlet, Graham 
Island. t.H.een Charlotte Islands, in 



DEICO-I-IQHT PBODirCTS, Jame» 

Martin Agt. Maasett. 
Kochevoi Vaslly 11 




BUENA VISTA 



BULKLEY CANYON 

a Hag station on the ( 



SERVICE 

and Modern 
Art Studios 



Winaow DUpIar* 

and Back Ground < 

Doigned, Built 

and Inttalled 

Scenics & Potteri 
Theatrical Scenes 

Sign* and Show 
Card. 

Decorating and 
Window Fixtures 



153 CordoTa W. 
VANCOUVER 



D. G. 
TSmeijell 

High-Crade 

Cabinetmaking 
Upholstering and 
French Polishing 



'Buy Dii 
Mfr 



Ettimatci Farniibtd 

eo.llCI.MtiofWork, 

Repiirt, Etc. 

Phone Sey. 6268 

1123GraDviIIeSt 

VANCOUVER. 

B.C. 



BULL RIVER 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTOKY 



B.C. 

Collection 
Agency 



Collections 

Made 

Anywhere 

Agencies 

Throughout 

Canada 



311 HIBBEN-BONE 

BUILDING 

1122 

Government St. 

VICTORIA 



G. G. 

HEATHER 

& Co., Ltd. 



FURS 

Taxidermy 

Makers of High- 
Grade 

Furs 

We Specialize in 

Remodelling 

Furs 

Rugs Mounted 



1029 

Granville Street 

VANCOUVER 



BULL RIVER 

a P. O. and station on Kuotfnay 
Central branch, at C.P.ll. and on the- 
Bull Pviver, in Fernie Prov. Elec. Dist. 
C.P.R. telCRraph and Kootenay tele- 
phone. Good auto roads to adjoining 
towns. Anslican. Presbyterian and 
R.C. Churchos and public school. Of- 
fice of police constable. Farniinsj. 
mining. lumbering:. cattle-raisinp. 
hunting and tishirig. Population, iv«. 
Bodkin Cornelius J 
Brown C F CPR agent 
Bull River Elec Light & Power Plant 

Geo Henderson nigr 
Bull River Garage «i Livery Oscar 

Jostad prop 
Burke Dr physician 
Bylander Mrs boarding house 
Caldwell A F mining 
CPR Tie & Timber Co E Home mgr 
Cassldy Thos carp and millwright 
Crow's Xest Pass Lumber Co 
Dougla.s Fred mixed ranching 
Douglas Jas farming and stock 
Douglas Wm rnrmiiig and stock 
Fcnwick Mr farming 
Fook Lu restaurant 
Garbutt & Allen farming and slock 
Halleman Fred blacksmith 
Hamilton John A 
Hendcr.son Co mgr Bull Rivcr Klec 

Light * I'ower Plant 
Home Fdcar mgr C P R Tl". A- T Co 
Johnson John mining 
Jonos Wm farming 

Josln.i (>r:,r prop Bull River Garage 
K'.rit: Oi.-.rl'S rest and rooms 
Lurk r.. Ml .niin sec Bull River Bridge 

srl,,...l h-.-ir.! 

Markie P.rock gon .<:tore and I' .M 

Murklund Jas harbor 

Martin C H Prov Constable 

Mc ravish Mrs Jack prop TourisilH.-l 

Miller Joan school teacher 

Moodigh storekeeper 

Murilock L S Bgt CPR 

Neely A C 

Xeely Geo fnrminR 

Ne.ly Geo W 

Nelson & Jostad livery and stag.' lino 

to Wanlner 
Nlgard Geo restaurant 
Nordgren Paul P shoemaker 
Rebel A O mining 
Ren wick Leonard 
Ruillo Jones A 
Sehad Wm mixo<l farming 
Thrasher Geo i: pool room 
Tourist Hotel Mrs J McTavish prop 
Warren Robt 

BULMAN'S 

a ranch and l>oni. Govt. Telegraph 
olMce. 17 miles from Kamloops and 
9 from Stump Lake, the P.O. 
Bulmnn John rancher and tcl agt 

BUNTINGS 

a Pom. (out Telegrai'h olllce. H 
mil. s from Kjimloops, tlie business 
.■.litre. Hiilll.y Creek is the P.O. 
Hunting T ngent Dom Govt Tel 



I Buckmaster Chas mixed farmins 

Gray Andrew gardener 
' Hudson Bay Stores stock-raising 
• Xolt Robt J gardener and plumber 
I North Western Creamery Co (Nor- 
ton & Snelling) hog-raising 

Poulson John mixed farming 

>\right -Vrthur poultry and dairying 

Wymae Geo mixed farming 

, BURGOYNE 

a landing point on west side of Salt 
, .Spring Island. Fulford Harbour. Gulf 
1 Islands, 3 miles from Sidney, in the 
! Islands Prov. Elec. Dist., reached bv 

C.I'.R. Victoria-Ganges water route. 

See names under South Salt Spring. 
I the P.O. 

BURLEY BAY 

a logging camp, south of Hopetouii 
Pa.ss. on the Johnstone Straiis- 

; Kingcombe Inlet route of the I'nioi-, 

[ S.S. Co. from Vancouver. Addi-ess 

1 ("arriden Bay P.O. 

' "VDrien D J Logging Co Ltd loggers 
Taniguehi K logging opr 

I BURNABY 

See names unde 



Burnaby Lake 



BURNABY LAKE 
i a P.O. and suburhai 
I irlct on the B. C. 1- 
I <••. N. R., border! 



resldentia 
lec. Ry. an 
n Burnaby 
of New ' 



I miles northwest 

minster, and 4 n.^riheast of C. i 

Park. In Burnaby Xlunlclpalitv. 

Vancouver Prov. Elec. Dist. 

telephone ollice. 

\ndcrson James poultry-raising 



H .V 



EUNTZEN LAKE 

See I.ake Bunt/.en. 

BURBIDGE 



.Vrdiel John farming 
Bird Ernest E 
Bloomberg — nurseryman 
lionallo Gordon nurseryman 
Boucher R B poultry fruit 
Broom Geo bees and fruit 
nurnctt H 
Clark J G farming 
Cowan Walter S farmlng 



Dunnell F poultry fruit 
Dyck J mixed farming 
Gavin Francis J candy nifr 
George .\ndrew real estate 
Gourlay Wm farming 
Haddon Geo sec Vancouver Gen H 
Herol7. Herman J poultry-raising 
Hill Bernard R retired 
Hill L Claude bee-ke.ping 
Hill .M G bio-k-.Ting 
Jnmleson J Stvi.xrt lawyer 
Keen Henry J niir.^i ryman 
Legg Chas R b. .-ko.Mung 
Livingstone John dairy fnrmlnc 
McAnineck Hugh f rult-growint 

McDiarmid poultry fruit 

Mac.y Frank architect 

Masters G. .irge II 

.Matluis Herb.'rt grocer 

.Mawhinnoy W .\ trult poultry 

Moore Montague 

Normiin II 

Peel Gerald C 

Peel l.awr. lire W 

Peers Fraiuls J poultry ralsim. 



H E 



svdnev poultry-raising 
'has I" rHnching poultry 
.jon AV poultry-raising 
.M mixed farming 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIHECTORY 



BURQUITLAM 



Townley Evelyn R 

Townley Thos O Urn of Titles New 

Westminster Uist 
Travers Robt IJ real •estate 
Wilson Harry bee-kec-i)inp 
Woodward Harriet teacher 
Woodward Maudo S postmistress 

BURNETT'S 

a logging camp on MacKenzie Sound 

reached by Lnion S.S. Co.'s boat to 

I'arriden liay. 

Uurnctt A K logeing contractor 

Card J hand logger 

Connell D hand logger 



BURNS LAKE 

a I'. O. and station on the G.T.I-. Ky., 
and liurns l,ake. in Omineca Prov. 
Elec. Dlst. Has olllce oi Sub-Ue- 
corder Omlncca Mining Division. G. 
T. P. and Govt, telegraph oIIkos. 
Catholic and .\nglican Churches and 
school. The gateway to and out- 
«ttlng point for l;abinc. I'opula- 
latlon, 250. Local resources: bann- 
ing, stock raising and mining. 1,-ind 
open for pre-emption. Trappers oper- 
ate from here and at present, the fur 
trade Is the biggest industry. 
Aslin l-Yed gen store 
i;rown Andrew K mixed farming 
KurnH Lake H'-.tcI li A .Smitli prop 
'Jiiriif Lake Trail. iiw * Traie<|Oi tu- 
tlon Co H M Gerow mgr gon store 
Carlson Chas mixed farming 
I'arlson Victor farming 
Chcslatta Hotel Mulvany & Co props 
Clark Geo mixed farming 
Clark Jas mixed farming 
Cocola l''ather It C priest 
Kmcrson Oliver 
Emerson IVroy carp 
Evanson Ole carp contractor 
Gabcl Geo mixed farming 
Garlick Itcv .Vrthur Aug clergyman 
Gerow Honald pool 
Gerow Robt ."Cl mgr B L T & T Co 
Harrison Miles mixed farming 
Hatch Kobt uen store 
Henderson Miles mgr Royal Bank 
Howard Thos farming 
Jeffrey Bros mall stage 
.Tensen Taylor farmlni; 
Jewel Henry J sec foreman 
Julln Victor mixed farming 
Lister Wm rnrnilng 
McIJonald Iiani.i mixed farming 
.McPonal.l K i.' sub-recorder rd llrman 
.MrlCrnna J is .\I rr.iif and P -M 
.McKenzie Coo g.-n store 
McLean Al.x mi\.<| farming 
Marsh Joliii mixe.l farming 
Mitchell J C fanning 

MUIVANY & CO, rai-m I.ands, 

Props Chcslatta HoteL 
.Mulvany Lysi. r real est and notary 



I BXJRNT CREEK 

a ranch in Allin District. 9 miles 

north ot Allin. the P. O. 
I Hall David L ranching 
! BURNT LAKE 

a settlement 'i miles south of Salmo. 

in Trail Trov. Elec. Dist., on IJurnt 

Creek, which is 4 miles long, and 
I tributary ni North Fork of Salmon 

Kiver. .\ildress mail Durut Flat via 

Salmo 1". o. 

Clubine Lincoln R prospector 

Keeney r.ernard ranching 

Fceney John ranching 

Foeney Wm ranching 

Talbot Francis W surveyor 

Talbot Wm .V surveyor 

BURQUITLAM 

a 1-. (1. fanning and residential dis- 
tri.-t coniioising )>art of the Munl- 
eipalitos ,,| iunnaby and Coquitlam. 
Id'.illv situiited for fruit and 
lMniiir\ -r.-iisuor. lying between New 
\V.> tiiiin^t. r :iiul I'ort Moody in the 
I'liii'N II. i Richmond Prov. Eire. 
In^ti' '- 111- tip- ihofst gold course 

on 111. I'.o (.'.■.ist. It is served bv 

jim. N si.it.-- ironi .New Westminster, 

the business centre. 

Alcola A mill-hand 

.Mderson Geo n<ixed farming 

.\lleii .\ poultry 

.Mkins l: J C farming 

A>res — poultry fruit 

Raker J{ P. mixiil rarining 

Raker .Marjorie clerk 

Rirrh .V clerk 

Rond — contractor 

Royco — meih 

Brownlee T farming 

Bunting F clerk 

Caddie H poultry 

Chambers Jas farming 

Clarke .1 Finixed farming 

Cociuillani I'armer.s Inst & Buniuit- 
1am Agi Assn H R Raker sec 

Corbctt J le.iinslor 

Cross C R cl.rk 

Crowl A M mixed (Hrmlng 

Crowther F W sec Vancouver G & C 
Club 

Cunow H poultry fruit 

Pale H clerk 

Day Mis.s clerk 

IVdwlth J V farming 

Dennett .1 ranching 

Dunlop J farming 

Kden Fred farming 

Edwards — poultry 

Evans — teacher 

Gagnee .\ M mlll-hand 

Gandet L fruit 

Cllligan John mixed farming 

Cough A farming 

Gunn R fruit poultry 

Hnliburlon .\ clerk 

Hamilton i'. beekeeping 

Hart I' clerk 

Ilriss.,|| i; inive.l farming 




Iide in VancoOTcr, 
B.C. 

Logging 
Blocks 

from 6 inches 
to 6 feet 



Sky Line 
Equipment 
Loading 
Equipment 



Opsal Steel 
Co., Ltd. 

Vancouver, B. C 

Universal 

Muhi^raph- 

in^ Co. 

Metropolitan 
Building 



Royal Rank of 


Canada M Henderson 


Ihi/.leton .1 |...nllrv 


manager 




Herman I, i;.i.l.ii.-r 


Kuiidy A M |.o, 


1 


lloino' \ e.ii|. 


Kvnn Wm tin. 




Holm.. Mis a farming 


Sehjel.len.p \ ll 


". 1... B C land surv 


H.dme W A infr drugs 


.-;h;iw hi ti n,. 


• r diaying 


Huish — prot Instr G .<.- C Club 


.-<l.ik.r Ki> 1.1 




Irwin Mrs mixe.l farming 


Sinilh r. A |.i..| 


'r.iiri\s Lake Hotel 


Jackson J poultry 


Slan>,r .M . .. h<\ 




Jacobson — mix-.l farming 


.Slaiiver I'l-.-.l 1 


'nUsmlth 


Kenn.-ilv .<- I,...kl.v poultry 


Stearns 1! < ; 1,: 




Ke.r — farming 


Sthh MlelKol ( 


no'ats 


King J mix.-.l lain.ing 


Tallon IMIk sta 




Lanlon — r.i.ohlr.g 


Thunder IMtk i 


.ixed farming 


Lum King dalrym.in 


\\lgKins \- (!er. 


« hllllnr.ls 


M.-|)..iKil.| — rarmlng 



Multigraphing 

Machines 

for all 

Purposes 

The 

Miilli{|raph 
Sales Co. 

Limited 
Phone Sey. 6445 j 

VANCOUVER t 



BXTRQUITLAM 



WKIGLKY'.S U. C. DIHECTOKY 




cme 



Pr ess 

Limited 

PRINTERS 
and BINDERS 

Office Stationery 
Looie Leaf 
Syitemi 

Advertising 

Booklets 

C»t.loeues, Etc. 

753 View St. 
Victoria, B. C. 



Mcintosh J mixed larniinK 
McKee J H truit 
McKie \\' J fruit poultry 
McPh-ii! A ^-i «'..r^ 
McVi, k .- I.-- , .'- r.;uar si 
-Martir, : - ruilder 

.M'Ti;;- i - -:..rc 

M.jiri.-..!. ' ; -r;, ;.!£.' 

Morrison icbt iriiit poultry 
Morrow A poultry 
Newman Hobt clPrk 
Xilans JIrs niix.-cl farminc 
Oxtoby A mixed farming 
Paup 1" mixid larmine 

; I'arkrr \V H A clerk 

I Percy E C A farming 

i Plask. It Rev Krank Anpr ol 

I Pollard H nurseries 
Pnrrior I. mill-hand 
Porter V mixed rarming 
Quodlin»; H farmine 

I Quodline !•' farminn 

; Hcade lieo J mixed farminp 

I Held Capt fruit poultry 

I rtobert.s A M mech 
UodKers D <i poultry 
Kowell — farminK 
Sands H ranchint; 
Sawyer H \V mill-hand 
Scott J farniini; 
Sonrle W gardener 
Shuw A J Kardener 
Shaw M mlll-luinil 
Sinnett Mrs farminK 
Smallwood .Mrs larminK 
Smith Samuel mixed farmini 
Spurkman H 1,-ardener 



Uobt 



d farminc 



Walt-s 



poultry 



bb C bee-keeplni; 
Woeland W II Irull P" 
I WhItinK .\ farming 
WliitInK John 
rdcne 



A. S 

>■ 4 TTt 1 r-» . » I ^^'"""•^ John nurseries 

M ATTH EW ! \\VsV,:;'^T):nr;.';.''nVfn'e7'^'' 

&Co 



inCa 



Fir e— Plate- 
Glass — Acci- 
dent & Health 
Auto and 
Marine 

General Managers 

for ; 

Continental 

Casualty Co. 

and British Crown 

Af$. Copn., Ltd. 

Phone. : 
Sey. lM<7~\3b8 



Wilson Win poultry 
Wiltshire r. .M farmlnc 
Worthlncton .Mrs mixed farminc 
WrlKht J T mixed farming 

BURP.ARD 

a llnir stall. .n on <;. .V. K.. .'. ml 



BUERAED INLET 



Harbour Shlpplni: 
lis between Vi 
nn Uiver. on Hur 



BURRVILLA 

.. I.M.dlnc p. 



local si 
.N<« \V. 
o Uidne 



509-11 Richards 
VANCOUVER 



BeaKle Frank farminp 
Bell Ed farminK 
Boyce Bro.s fruit-iarminir 
Burr A K farming 
Burr E B 

Burr Harry farming 
Cooper K greenhouses 
Hopcptt Fred farming 
Hopcbtt Jos farming 
Hume T farming 
Levitt Fred farming 
McDonald .\lex farming 
Mitchell Harry farming 
Mitchell N farming 

BURTON 

a P. O. and village at mouth of 
Cariboo Creek, at beginning of Nar- 
rows on Columbia Kiver. between 
fppcr and Lower Arrow Lakes. 
Slocan Prov. Elec. Pist.. 20 miles 
south of Nakusp. Is reached bv 
daily C. P. U. lake steamers. Has 
Dom. Govt, telephone oilice. Presby- 
terian Church and public school. 
Population, 225. Local resources: 
tVult-growing. ranching and mining. 
Allard Louis fruit-growing 
Bcthune .Mrs .M fruit-growing 
Burton Arthur .V fruit-growing 
Burton City Farmers Inst Thos 

Miller sec 
Burton City Women's Inst Mrs i' 

Robson sec 
Burton Farmer.s* Co-op Assn Ltii 

U Hendry mgr gen store 
Cadden John fruit-growing 
Childs Wni fruit-growing 
Davles Henry mixed farming 
Davlcs John carpenter and farming 
Kvans Wm carp farming 
Faulds Hobert fruit-ranehlng 
Foster H E mgr .Millie Mark Mine 
(Jayford Thos rrnil-rnnehing 
Glddings Walter I rull-raneliing 
Green Ernest fruit-ranehing 
Green Harold truil-ranehing 
(irecn Samuel fruit-ranching 
Guidon Paul fruli-ranrhing 
Guinard lOrnesl mixe<l farming 
Mall Sam larming and fruit 
Hamilton Win fruit-ranchlng 
Hardy ("lenient fruit-rancliing 
Hardy Ernest farming and trull 
H.iulry Ki.bt fruii-ian< hing mgr H K 

Co-op .\ssii 
Hubert IClias ilanving and fruit 
l^ne Thos logger 
Marshall John rarniinu- 
.MclVrniaek J..hn (hiir.\ing fruit 
.Millie .Maek Mine i gold sliver lead* 

H K Foster nii:r I..1 ..if Wllmer 
Milhr T dairy i.irmii.g 
.Mosel.y Wm fruit-ran. hing 
Porter .\ J .1 mixed la ruling 
Pryor Wm dairy larniing 
Reinecker J. .In 



Uevel 
Hob.s.i 



rult 



W 



Steven.s Kol 
Sundstroni 
Sw.ddon W 
Turner Clia 

111 



V..isin Louis fruit-ran 
WalK.r Samuel furini 
Watt Clark mining 

BURTON PRAIRIE 

in .Missl.m Munieipn 
11. ..Ill of llalzle. 

BUTEDALE 

a post olMe.-. ftslilng. 



I 



WKIGLEY'S H. C. UIHKCTORY 



CAMAGNA 



Island, in the Prince Uupert Pro. 
Elec. Dist.. reached by Union S.S. 
Co.'s boats, 13 miles from Swanson 
Bay, which i.s the n<are.«t wireless 
telegraph station, and Uii miles south 
of Prince Hupcrt. Oilice of Sub- 
Collector of Customs and outport of 
Prince Ilupert. Population, 150, 
mostly Japane.T and Indians. Local 
resources: KishinK. lumberinf; and 
mininf;. 

Annand David engineer 
BIythc C J cannery storekeeper 
nutedale Cannery. Western Packers 
Ltd owners J KeIlin(;ton mgr 
salmon cannery fresh, frozen and 
cured lish. cold .storage gen store 
bait and ice depot 
Butterli'jld J cannery foreman 
Corbett George mining prospector 
Didley Patrick logger 
Galbraith \Vm net foreman 
Gunn John ll<<hing 
Gunn Norman lishing 
Jackson Chester carpenter 
Jefferson W J .Mupt Western Packers 

Ltd and postmaster 
Kellington John mgr Wr.stern Pack- 
ers Ltd 
Parrit Ulchard captain 
Robinson Snlonmn lishing 
.Smylh .Malcolm bookke 
Warren Garheld cold : 
West 1^-ster (issl storekeeper 
CACHE CREEK 
a P. O. and stock-raising dLstricl. 

Yale I mat 



a steam, r landiiiif on the west side 
ol Ukanagan I^ke. 12 miles south 
of Okanagan Lauding. 

CAHTLITY 

a small settlement near Louis Cr. ek 
the P.O.. on the C.NJt.. 40 mile.= 
northeast of Kamloops, the business 
centre, in the Prov. Elec Dist of 
Kamloops. It is reached by stage 
from Kamloops. Has public school. 
Cahtlity John farming 
Fadier Charl-s tarmiiig 
Gillis .\ farming 
Graham George farming 

Hobert farming 

iraham farming 



Graham 
Jagoe .\ 
Jagoo J. 



Till 



iirming 



.McClure Diinl farming 
.McWlght Danl farming 
I Paling .M M farming 
Shaw M .M farming 

• ge formn CABNISH BAY 



Ashcroft, 
Prov. Klcc. Dint., at mouth of Cache 
Creek, where It empties into Bona- 
parte Creek. 11 Is re.irhed by stage i CAITHNESS 



Harbor waf-r n.i 

irom Vancouver. .Vddress 
a Inlon SS. Co. Vancouver. 
Logging Co logging opr.* 



Crow 



Cariboo 

Has Govt. Ti'ligraiih station, public 
school. Angllian and Presbyterian 
churches. Population, ill. Local re- 
sources: Cattle and sh.ep-ralslng. 
potatoes ami binn-growlng. 
Anderson I>avid .M farming 
Calder Fred County Court Judge 
Collins H mixed farming 
Collins John fanning 
Dickie I) gen store 
Ferguson Mrs K ranching 
George Frances l.-nrher 
Parke Philip cattle ranching 
Parke Thos cattl.- ranching and I'M 
Reynolds Ja.« ran>-hlng 
Reynolds perry rnnching 
Semlln Charles entile ranching sheep I 

and horses CALLA RANCH 

Tom Sing gen store and gardening L, ,, „ 
Trimble Gladys housekeeper l?v<«i 

Walker James road contr frelghtinB j J^,, „ 
the 1 



and station un the C.I'.K 
.Vest line. J miles west ol 
Fernle Prov. Klcc. Dist. Kn.s 
ly Tel Lines telephone. Tl.. 
branch of the CPU. starts 
"here is no agent. Hb-m public 



Freeman .V H laborer 
Gray W H accountant 
Codd Mrs school teachei 
Jewell Lumb<>r Co Ltd 



Success 

iBusiness 

College 

Limited 

Business 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 

Clerical 
Secretarial 
Combined 
Beginners 
and Higher 
Accountancy 

Courses 

Main Si lOfh 

Vancniner 



Johnson J farmer 
Ijimbie J farmer 
.Miller John lalHin 
Sjogren E 



,t. T. 



IIS 

Addiiig filsctos 
ol Caoada. Lid. 



,'raph oillce. 
. the busln<- 
ast of Alia 



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lai 



CACHEIJIT 

a P.O. and whaling village on west 
coast of Vancouver Island Albernl ] CAImL, CREEK 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. reached by CPU. I '^"^^ v«i,i,n. 

West Coast steamers from Victoria. I •'' st..ini.r Iniuliiig on the Lough- 1 

ater route of the | 



.Munito Mining * Products Co Lid 
miners of altinlte tiunrtxlto and 
kaolin olMco lU'J, SUi Govt St.. 
Victoria 

Hurney Geo fish Insp. 

Ccruberger Chas G prospector 

Gllmore Jns V. sta mgr an<l P.M. 

McKell Wallace nssl mgr 

Montclth Frank lori-niiin 

Normnn llornoe l> bookkeeper 

Nordstrom Win pros|>ertor 

Hidden David II storekeeper 

llnherts .SamI sta Ion-man 

Trnlne Wm laborer 

West PaMd eann.ry 

CADBOROBAY 

siiburb of Vlctoii.i .See mimes iit.der 



1 ancouxcr. 



CALVERT ISUHTD 




n small farming 
vert Islan.l. whi 
and -s miles ).io 
hugh Souml. Ill 
eouver Island, in 
Flic. Hist.. r.:i 
Cn.'s bonis fron 
•arry mall. 
Itelnvlch P inKo 


s.ttlement on Cnl- 
-h Is lA miles long 
■<l. situated III \-\l/.- 
>illi<s north of Vnn- 
ITInce Uupert Prov. 
heil by Inlon SS. 
Vancouver, which 

1 forming 


AddlR(. 

B.okk«<pia( .D<l 
C.lciltliai M.cbio... 

E. C. COLEMAN 


CAMAGNA 




106 DUNCAN BLDG. 


a farming disti 
Vernon. .. >, mil. 
Vale Prov Flee 


let. 34 miles from 

X from Ulcharils. In 

Dist.. reached by 


119 PENDER. W. 
Vancouver. B. C. 



CAMAGNA 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIKKCTOKV 



Victoria | 
Book and | 
Stationery 
Co., Ltd. 



Wnolc.ale and Re:ail 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
DESKS & CHAIRS 
BOOKS. MAPS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
BLACKBOARDS, etc. 
PHOTO SUPPLIES 
ADMIRALTY 

CHARTS 
JSURVEYORS' 

SUPPLIES 
TYPEWRITERS, ttc. 



stage. Govt. TeleKraph at Richlands. 

Local resources: Ranching. Address 

mail via Lumby P.O. 

Allen J M trapper 

.\ndre Anthony loBging 

Appleton Chas trapper 

A.sher .Mrs Julia ranching 

-Vumond Ale-v prospector 

Chesteriicld — ranching 

Clark Wni logging 

Currie George stock-raising 

Khret lllchael ranching 

Fletcher Harry ranching 

Fraser Wni ranching 

Gates George ranching 

Hanson Alf ranching 

H<-inf; Jfalthcw ranching 

}i. ni = l. y Kdwin ranching 

H liniL'su-nrth Wm ranching 

I. I iiins..n U'new ranching 

.|.,hii«ti.n J C trapper 

l^aTMUi Ulal' ranching 

McKay Angus ranching 

.MacGregor Alex rancliing 

Mnoris Cecil ranching 

Alooris Fred ranching 

ippcr 



ranrhii 
ranch ill 



1002 
Government St. 

VICTORIA : 



.-;<ha<ti<r Fred ranching 
Schunter F.rnest ranchint 
Scroxion <JforKe logging 
Specht Herman logging 
Specht Jacob ranching 
Thompson Wm ruiichiiig 
Trarey Thomas logging 




Hazeldine 

Printing 

Co. 



CAMBIE 

on the l:.C. Klec. Ry.. Lulu 
Island line. 8.3 miles from Vancouver 
and t; miles north of Stcveston. Sec 
nanus under Lulu l!<land. the P.O. 



CAMBORNE 



Hilling s.-Hlcni,ni on Fish River. 
nik-s north of Us entrance Into 
|>er Arrow Lake. 12 miles ii'>rlh- 
t of .Vrrowhcad. and 7 from llea- 
. the nearest I'.O. Has lel-phone 



llcckman Orlcn miner N E Mines 
Ko.llne H !•; supt X K Mines 
Uurnicr Mining Co Ltd J H Diiir.nv 

nigr 

Christie Robt foreman X K .Mln.s 
I'arnnv J H mgr U M Co 
'•.ilhii.in Carl .\ miner N r-: .Mln.s 
M'lihunlck Cory mining 
.Muliiplex Mining .Milling & Power 

Co Ltd 
N>w i:ra Mines H K Bodtne supt 
K.nnle W S farming 
Wnlk.r Peter forcnin M JI M .t P Co 
Mistcotl Tpny logging opr 



CAMPBELL LAKE 
on the Island Highway. ;. miles in- 
land from Campbell UK er. the P.O.. 
on the auto road to Strathcona Na- 
tional Park. Lower Campbell Lake 
is a fisherman's paradise and drain.-^ 
19 charted lakes, many of winch 
have never been lished. Deer. bear. 
cougar, willow and blue grouse are 
plentiful. 

Forbes Hotel Ja-s Forbes piop 
CAMPBELL KIVER 
a P.O. and settlement at the mouth 
of Campbell River, on Vancouver 
Island, in Comox Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
reached by C.P.R. and L'nion SS. Co.'s 
boats and Island Highway. Hai^ 
Dom. Govt. Telegraph oiHce. I'lHce of 
Sub-Recorder Nanaimo Jlining Div. 
and public school. Logging, farm- 
ing and tishing. Population of dis- 
trict. 500. 

Aicken AV E logging 
Allan X barber 
Cameron Lumber Co logging 
Campbell River Gen Hospital .< Car- 

ruthers res phys 
Campbell River Trading 

store 
Carruthers S physician 
Fitzgerald J farming 
Francis C. storekpr 
Gardiner A (ishernmn 
Glanville .1 storekpr 
Greany P carpenter 
Hage Siguld logging 
Hanson Thorvald funning 

Ing Recorder 
Hanson T H pool soft drinks 
Hill Robt cold storage and llsh bu 
Holmes 1 CRri)enter 
Hoist Olaf farming 
International Timber Co C H O 

pres M D Rector mgr logging 
Johnson .\ndrcw farming 
Johnsi.n Miss matron hospital 
C Rsst mgr Willows 



Co gen 



jb-.Mi 



lote 



Co 



dan 



j CAMERON LAKE 
a P o and station 



Good Printing 
^( Fair Prices 



I.Ulilleauna Pavilion ice 

clng pav 
.Mc.Vrthur F .V sec C R Gen Hosi> 
McCulloch Miss nurse hospital 
.McDonald Chns niix.ul farming 
MrlJonald K 1> farming 
.McGlmpsey Snml l.irming 
Masters F farming and freighting 
Masters R wharlinger 
.Merlin Ring * .Mo.. re logging 
.Murphy & .McDonald logging 
Nunn Frederick L mixed larming 
Palmer V resident 

T H farming 

ry and farming 
ry and farming 

I Hector Al H mgr internati Timber 
Co 
Shaw AV F phys and coroner 
Smith Cecil mixed farming 

I Snillh John C mixed farming 

I Storev Wm mixed fnrniing 
Svv.nnsky John farming 
•rinilln Chas farming and P.M. 

I W illiams W V agent 

; Wiih.ws Hotel Co W C Kiltz asst 

' W ....dims Walter mixed fanning 
CAMPBELL ROAD 

.1 sla(i..n on Khiirne - We.-^tnunster 



I Peterson A .M 
Peterson Carl 



516 Pender St. W. 
VANCOUVER 



iirgi.yne I'.asil sec foreman i 

nrg.ivno Francis, railway man 

nil. ron Luke Chalet. Mrs M Jlonks 



CAJVtP HELENA 

a iruit ran.'li nb..iit '. 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



CANOE PASS 



CAMP ISLAND | 

reached by Vnion SS. Co.s boats. I 
In Coniox Prov. Elec. Dist. , 

Houlgate R Kerr summer res I 

Strange Chas caretaker ! 

CAMP McKINNEY | 

a mining camp 15 miles northwest of 
Rock Creek, Greenwood Prov Klec 
Dlst.. and 8 miles from Bridosville 
on the G.X.R., the nearest railwav. 
Cariboo-McKlnney Mine gold silver 
CANADIAN PACIFIC ' 

a salmon cannery on the Fraser I 
River, owned by B. C. Packers Assn. i 
517 Granville St. Vancouver. ; 

CANAL FLATS | 

a P.O. and station on the Kootenay 
Central branch C.P.R., in Columbia 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. CO miles north ot 
Cranbrook and 111 southeast nf Gol- 
den. Nearest telegraph, C.P.U,. at I 
Athalmer 31 miles. Population, 20. 
Ix)cal resources: Stock-raising, min- 
ing and Umber. ' 
Archer Frederick L. stock-raising 
Grainger Mrs H postmistress 
Johnston Carl miner 
Eld John miner 

Johnston Edmond T mixed farming 
Little & Atchison mixed farming 
CANFOBD 

a P.O. and station on K.V. Ry.. 10 '4 ; 
miles east of Merrltt. in Tale Prov. i 
Elec. Dist. Govt. 'rclci,'raph, school. ; 
Anglican church. Local resources: 
Farming. 

Anderson Carl farming 
Bergstrom G mixed Tarming 
Brenton Mrs B poultry-raising 
Canford Farmers Inst Geo Davidson 

sec 
Charles H B poultry-rnlsing and 

milk vendor 
Cleasby A T farming 
Cleasby Jos mixed farming 
Crandlcmlrc Ml.';? to.icher 
Cummings J farming 
Curnow L farming 
Davidson Geo farming and carp 
Davidson John JI mixed farming 
Fraser A M gen store 
Guy B G farming and dairying 
Hardlman L T farming 
Hardiman T R mixed farming 
Kitchen Thos mixed farming 
Lee Bros farming 
Lytham Bros mixed farming 
Lytham S dairying 
McKcnna P G farming 
O'Connor E F trapper 
Richardson H E mixed farming 
Phillips P gen ."tore and P.M. 
Shore N T poultrv and forming 
Swanson Wm farming 
AValford J farming 
\Valden K farming 

CAKFORD MILLS 
a P.O. and station on the Kettle Val- 
ley By.. 12 miles cast of Merritt. In 
Yale Prov. Eleo. Dlst. Fnrmlni.-. 
Brewer Chos II forming 
r.rown II filer 
Cnmmlncs J inrmlng 
CummlnKS J .Tr farming 
Oavidson G rarniliig 
Kavld.-ion J fiirniing 
Fra.sor A M gen store 
Glllnrd II G lir. man 
Kitihen T farming dairying 
I.ln.lb.-rg i; (> liil.orer 
M.Keniia P G larmlng 
••^mlth II scaler 
Sorenson S ctlgerman 
Swnnson W I'nrMiIni: 



CANIM LAKE 

a P.O. and settlement on Canira Lake. 

■23 miles from 105-Mile House, the 

nearest telephone office, and 55 miles 

northeast of Clinton, in the Lillooet > 

Prov. Elec. Dist. Nearest telegraph 

office is at Lac La Hache. 

McXeil B H ranching geri store 

McNeil L M ranching 

Nelson S farming trapping 

Ogle — farming trapping 

Pinkham Chas farming 

Scott Mr farming 

Wolf Albt farming 

CANNOE 

junction of CNR. and G.N.R.. 5 >A 
miles west of Chilliwack. and 6 miles 
east of Sumas. No agent. See 
names under Sardis. 

CANOE 

a P.O. and flag station on the C.P.R.. 
7 miles east of Salmon Arm. in Kam- 
loops Prov. Elec. Dist. Has Govt. 
Telephone, public hall and dock. 
Population, 75. 
.Vllan G T fruit and farming 
Ashby John B farming 
Ashby John B Jr 
Baker P fruit and farming 
Haker W fruit and farming 
Uarrtlt D fruit and farming 
BJorkman A E farming 
Bonner Leslie H farming 
Chapman John farming 
Chapman Wm farming 
Currie W \V fruit and farming 
Dalzcll J H fruit and farming 
Day — fruit and farming 
Flndlay H fruit and farming 
l-'rnser Mrs fruit and farming 
Garrett Jos A farming 
Gosse Frank L farming 
Greenwood G fruit and farming 
Hewitt G II gen store 
Hlssa J fruit farming 
Johnson Albert 
JolllTc Jas farming 
Kidner J fruit and farming 
Kirk R J fruit and farming 
Kirk W H fruit and farming 
KorM J fruit and farming 
Lirdburg Edward fruit and farming 
Lund J A fruit and farming 
Lyman It M fruit and farming 
Mc.Vrlhur A fruit and farming 
McKay J fruit and farming 
May G fruit and farming 
Olson O fruit and farming 
Peachy F H fruit and farming 
Pegg Thos H 

Peterson E fruit and farming 
Peterson 1 farming 
nitchic Art fruit and farming 
San.=on J fruit iind farming 
.Seymore Augustine farming 
Shipley T fruit farming stock 
Shipley Walter farming 
Sweeten Mrs fruit and farming 
Taylor Mr fruit and farming 
Tctlock Howard postmaster 
Tctlock Klclmnl M farming 
Thompson J fruit and farming 
Thompson J P fruit and forming 
Timpson II Wm farming 
Wilkinson T L fruit and farming 
Wright C fruit anil farming 

CANOE PASS 




Vancouver 

DAILY 

SUM 

Vancouver's 
Only 
Morning 
Newspaper 



louth of Fraser River 
l.ndner. Has public 
irthcr directory list- 1 
ner. I 

Packing Co l.til H 
Co. :i22 Riclinnis St i 



1 



Big 

Daily 

Issues 

Every 

Week 



137 Pender St. W. 
VANCOUVER 



CANOE RIVER 



FAIRALL'S 
Limited 



CANOE RIVER 

'tation oi 



J!^!i^V-S B. C. DIKKCTOItV 



-■^lanufacturers of 

Ciders 

Mineral 

Waters 
Fruit 

Cordials 



Hap 
I in Korc Gfor{fo"r 
CANOUGH CREEK 
a P.O. and ranching .<.Lttl,-nu-..t nf 
miles northeast of Cliiunn "i ^V, * 

^?Iph poi^nir^P^- .'"e'n^ar-^t""'.:: 
nitt "v- • '" l'>-aniloopR Prov. Klec 

^l^.^" ,'.-- <J'->ce"re'.Tph.,„.^^t 
Local rf^ourco'i ■ Arw^n","^'' ■ '^^■^c^- 
dairying: Po'p\^,at'u;,;''!io'"'"""^ ""^ 
I Bcdard Armour farniitip 

Lucker Harold j lariuinK 
! Mad-xworth .\ I , JVl' r.l' 



.Vrr.nv I^ke.=. 
tl, ^\ e.^t Kob- 
ake sieaniers. 



CANYON 



420-422 

William St. 
VICTORIA 

Canada 
United 
Finances 

Limited 



a station on the C.P.It. Crow's .Vest 

srlir.,,|' '^i',','',',|,'' I' '''",;"*' and public 

I Address mall. Can.von. via KHckil;n 
! Adams A millnian 

!&^;r^rr^;;ni,„ 

I;urns Pet.-r ranrhiiip 



'km,", 



Loans, 

Stocks and 

Investments 

yVelv^k in 
your Interest \ 

May We Prove 

J!L I 

Phones: i 

Sey. 5262-.? 

1518 Sund.rd B.ak 
Boildiof 

VANCOUVER 



ra'rt'.'ir" '' •^'""■''anclilnK 

W Iruit-ranchini,- 
lank millman 

::". ^!:;''" .>»"'--anci,i„s 



W.'.'.l .I..IU1 \V rriiil 
VuMiit; Ihli,,,, irui 

CANYON CREEK 
II r)om. Govt. I,. D 
and rnnoh, !i miles 
till- busliioss ciiitr 



i>l)iirl VV 



Tele-phono oil 

south of tJold 

Nicholson 



j CAPE HORN 

: a steamer landing , 

I between Arrowhead 

I i>on, reached by c.p.l 

I CAPE SCOTT 

' seuPn, "^^'"S:. loggiMj. and ftriMin^ 
lilanri i., 5' "'""S? <^"'' Of Vaiic.iiver 
Prov P V'^'V'J-' Channel, in Vlh ,m 
line ia,;^h .^'^^- '•cached bv <,Uo 
'•3 himJ ,1 *'",°'" -^'""^harcie.di: ant 
si""'o-s 'L'''"'^'"*^ point of i-nu'n 

;and telephone ollice teleerraph 

, Ca^po Scott Farmers Inst w K Wa^-.p 

cSSFC"£?;L'i t 

f^^^'■a•''1'"daTr^^Vr"^-i-- 
rfi^/ «-^' '' ""'^^^ farminK 

Petersen o'^'^^'^, '■"'•""■'« 
t eterson C iishinK 
Vincent H mixed farming 
xJ.^1<=>' S, ""^ed farminB 
Wadey T lishorman ^ 
vJ'fn "'"" a 'i'hcrman 

W Iliams"" l\"''^''\ '■"'■"""'•' 
I iMliiams J ( poultry-raisine 

I CAPILANO 

at'x^rr^i^o^-^-riyiil^- 

iron-TlT "^ '"*" "'any be^utv^.spS"; 
around \ancouver, and is visited bv 
^ien^rv "'""■•^""'1« annually 'xhl 
scen.r.\ is unsurpassed the riv.^r 

Srjthed wirh"'^.'' ? "-ocky "canyoN' 
ro?.w .1, , H'a'"'""- ''cl'f" and 

n^yt'^d i.'r-th^'s;';'.'-; "Vi::"i^.v.^%':r 

.ion or the river is utlllzerS^- Th.: 
su'^^w' Vancouver lor its water 

iSaiT;." .s,':,';r;fifs,',',',"^'" ^ ^'"■•d-n av 

liellls John shif.yanl .mp r "In sr 

IJIaney Simon lumb.rman 

"pro,,""''' '^"'^ "■'"'"" •'"'« «"'neld 

Koswcll Thos bkpr I! C K 
Campbell Alex lumberman 

m^"" ^''''' "••'^'' '•■"=*'" J'^"- 
Capilano Hotel D W Kells prop 

ca;;l!a;;j; ViT-rilr^co^'"'' ^''"•'- 

rf„7L""Vv.'"'"'V^^' '"'"6 Capilano rd 

cl^s^'^r •'/',■? r:,;i',^;:'rn3 ' ^""'^ "^ 

Conroy K laborer 

Copeh.nd .Tas lab r Philip av 

Cox Jtalph musician 



iri>r 



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M r ;i.s[ s| 
.1 U Ion nm 



re Auto Service 



WRIfiLKV'S U. (.'. DIJtKCTORY 



Holdsworth David lab r GorOon av I 
Hop-; John W elk r Robinson st i 

Hudson H timekeeper I 

Isaacs Frank auto and e\i> car term 1 
Iverson W J resident 
Jonasson H dairyman ! 

Jones Foster nipr Canyon Vi.-w Hotel 
Kay John shipyd wkr r };owser av 
Kells Dickson W prop Capilam. Hotel 
I^anyon lietr E riKEer r I'ind st 
Lawrence Mrs retired 
McCarthy Jeremiah R ene r Bows 



Marshall 



Dridtreman 



Marshall W D bookkeeper I 

Moore Chas 

Morrison Harry r Philip av I 

Morrison \Vm cartkr Capilano Intake i 
Morrison Wm C painter r IMiilip av ' 
Nellson Clinton carp r 24th st I 

Newman Oeo J r McCowan av 
N'cwman Walter caretkr ! 

Xorth Shore Auto Service H Gooch i 

prop I 

Parker U D lumberman 
Peers W 

Prcscott n H resident I 

Pullon Fred pipe-litter i 

Ramsay James ' 

Ramsay M D bookkeeper I 

Read Thos lumberman | 

Rebberk Mrs siisp bridge i 

Ronald A 

Russell Robt Ibrmn r Cnpllano rd 
Rustad Lurentz drai'stnian i 

Smith Alex lab r Hr>wser av | 

Smith Frank r Capilano rd 
Smith R F. postmaster 
Starrett D brakinian 
Stephenson Mr r.iir.d 1 

Stewart Robt W'm dniryninn i 

Storey Matthew enK r Philip av 
Storey Stephen mate r Philip nv I 
Suflield Miss prop Ulue Uird Tea , 

Rooms 
Tcrrlfon Felix lab r Keith rd I 

Van I>uven Henry millwriRht 

Gowan av 
Vincent Jam.-s rattle dealer 
Vincent Joseph cattle dealer 
Webster Robt acct r liowscr av 
WhittliiKhmn AuRustus carp r JiJth st 
Wilkins W II prop Acme Dairy r 

M<i;owan av 
Wood Geo clear maker 
Wood Wm storekpr r car term 
Wotten Chas 

CAPITOL HILL 

a P.O. in North I-.urn.ihv. :! miles 
east of VnnroMver re.-irh.d bv street 
car. Local resoiirns: lumber and 
shlnKle-mills. I'opul.ilion. iftO. 
Abernothy S niirr- lUirrard Lbr Co 
Alabaste II.tik.- janifr 
Almon.I Thos lalwrer 
Almond Wm emp CPlt 



Inn 

Hanson C cook 
Hartley James laborer 
Hillier Alfred 
Holdom Walter laborer 
Holmes John emp B C Elec Ry 
Jenninprs tYed emp D Spencer Ltd 
Knox — bee-keeping 
Lane Mr acct 
Larson S K tishins: 
Locke Miss bee-keepinc 
Locke Joseph emp CPK 
Lumley Mark eng Pantasjes Theatre 
Mclntyre Duncan shoemaker 
McLean Doupal laborer 
Mills Kmma resident 
Nakamura G iruit-growing 
Norman Sidney laborer 
Palmer — resident 
Read William cooper 
Robinson T P emp CPR 
Scott D laborer 
Sims Mr laborer 
Smith Mr emp CPR 
Swanson D. lick 
Tester Henry musician 
TooKOod Cha.s laborer 
Towler Grant blacksmith 
Town Chas home Kuard 
Turner Mrs resident 
Wntson John laborer 
Wavside Inn ( Mrs Ri.bt ITamilton) 
Wilkinson Mis Isabella nurse 
Wittlsson Arthur laborer 
lip CPR 
mp \'ernon Feed Co 



Yates 



CABBONADO 

a coal mine of the Crow's Nest Pass 
Coal Company, on the B'ernle-Rex- 
ford division ol' G.N.R.. 14 miles 
south of Fernle. 

CARBONATE 

a minint; camp 



Mc-| 



Columbia River. 
Golden. Steamer 
on with Golden. 



a llaK station on G.T.P. and Fraser 
River. 5 miles west of McBrlde, the 
nearest IclcKraph and P.O.. and g 
miles east of LeKrand, in Ft. George 
Prov. Floe. District. 
Bavler S G farming 
Haytte J F farminp: 
Clirr C i: larmini,' sec Farmers Inst 
Garrett I'Mwnrd farmint 






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CARIBOO CREEK 






Western 

Specialty 

Limited 



Stationers 

and 

Printers 



Manufacturers 
of 

LOOSE-LEAF 
SYSTEMS 



F.lec. Dist.. 
ur. Nakusp. 
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WBIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 






PRINTERS 

We cater to 

Mkll ORDERS 

The 
Quality 
Pres*. 

HIBBEN-BONE Bldg. 

iii7-n2i 

LiBgUj Street 

VICTORIA 



"Keep Smiling' 



CliifipraEti[s 



VASS 

Wm. H. Vass.D.C. 
Roberta A. V'aw. 



V. Members off. C. A., 



506-507 

Carter ■ Cotton BIdg. 

198 H.uinj,. W. 

VANCOUVER 



I arming 



Berg^strom Chas mixed farmiusr 

Bietarila Jacob mixed lariniii;; 

Carlson Matt farming 

Gardiner Robt mixed farniiii" 

Gottfried J farminfr 

Harjn Isaac farming 

Harjn John mixed tarminir 

Hayes John K farming: 

Hendrickson ilartin farming 

Hill Xicholas dairy larminsr 

Johnson Gottfried farmine 

Karlson M dairy farniinK 

Knori Kust sectionman 

Knori ^\'m farming 

Koski August dairy farming 

Koskimaki Jacob farming 

Krook Alex farming 

Kuoppala Chas dairy farming 

Kuoppala Mrs Chas sec White Lake 

school board 
Lokcr David farming 
Lurnia John mixed farming 
McCalluni .Veil farming 
McConnell Thos farming 
McConnell Wm J farming 
Mackenzie Mrs John dair 
MakI J K mixed farming 
Maki M %V dairy farming 
Marllnson A fruit-growing 
Maykkl J V mixed farming 
Meyers O farming 
Meyers Louis A farming 
Mikkelson John sec for-^man 
Oneletto Paul farming 
Osma John farming 
Peterson John A mixed fanning 
Porter Albert F farming Iruit 
Rnbic Jos farming 
nanta Chas K farming 
Rivers John farming 
Salntabin J A mixed farming and 

P.M. 
Sturgeon Henry farming 
Tulari August farming 
West Nllcs K mixed larmliig 
White Creek Vallev rarmers Inst 

A 1- Porter sec 
Wldmark John H mixed farming 

CARLISLE 

a salmon cannery 22 miles from 
Prince Rupert, and ir.ii ncrth ot 
Vancouver. In Prince Rupert Prov. 
Rlec. Dlsl.. reached by Inion SS. 
Co.'s boats. Population, during fish- 
ing season 2.'>0. Including "ti Chinese, 
12l> Japanese and On Indians. 
Klklala Parking Co Ltd Thomas I^ke 
nigr salmon canners and gen store 

CARMAN AH 

a lighthouse situated at entrance of 
Ju.Tn do l"nca Strait, reached by 
•"".P.P.. West Coast steamers from 
Victoria. CIo-ooso is nearest P.O. 

CARMI 

I a P.O. and station on K.V. Ky.. 46 
I miles west of Midway. In Greenwood 
j Prov. VAcr. Dist. C.I'.U. telegraph. 

R. C. Church. Locnl resources: Mln- 
I ing. lumhering. mixeil farming and 

g('0<l hunting. Population, 40. 

Carnil lintel Josephine PVrroux prop 
I Crawford I pn.sinmMer anil gen store 



a flag station on the G.T.P. Ry.. and 
bkeena River. 7 miles northwest of 
Hazelton. the P.O. and nearest tele- 
graph oince, in Oraineca Prov. Elec. 
Dist. 

Chubak Michael sec foreman 
Comeau Dennis farming 
Lougheed A farming 
Preston Victor farming 



CARQUILLE 



a post on the Cariboo Road 
mouth of Hat Creek. 15 miles 
west of Ashcroft. 

CARRIDEN BAY 



mdinp and disti-ibuting 
point for logging camps on the Okis 
Hollow-Kingcome Inlet route -^i the 
Union SS. Co., from Vancouver, Ad- 
dress mail via Union SS. Co.. Van- 
couver. 
Hart Danl 

Xorthorn Cedar Logging Co J R 
Gale mgr 

CARROLL'S LANDING 
a steamer landing and Doin. Govt, 
telegraph ollicc, at Carroll Creek (3 
miles long, a tributary of Jleadow 
Creek, emptying into Arrow I.,akcs) 
reached by C.P.R. Arrow Lake steam- 
ers. Is Ti*'i miles from Nakiisp. the 
business centre, and 2 fix>m liurton, 
the P.O. 

Hendry R ranching and tel ogt 
CARSON 



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It C prl. St 



olllce on the Internationa 
boundary (outport of Grand Porks 
on the K.V. Ry. Danville. Wash. I 
on the opposite side of tlic 
the G.X. Ry. It Is In Gi 

Prov. Klec. Dist., and serv 

Grand Forks P.O. Has tel. gniiih .n- 

fice and public school. Has I1.>iikho- 

bor settlement of l.,-.00. 

Coleman J S farming fruit 

Collins H W farming fruit 

Hcrrick IC farming fruit 

Jewell D farming 

Lawson Kobt Inrniing 

Peterson I'red farming 

Ralph R M foreman Sunnyside Ranch 

Uooke J farming 

Ross W T farming 

Stewart J .V sub-collr customs and 

immig Insp 
Sunnyside I'rult Ranch 

CARTHEW 

a llshlng statum on the south sid. 



a P.O. and station on the C.P.R. 
N'elson-Nancouver lino, 13 mlUs east 
of Grand I'orks and 2 from Laurler. 
Wash., on the G..\Mt. Has C.P.R. 



od farm- 


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sbyi.riaii Cliurrh, puhlic school. 
'. tih phone and chelric power 


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WKIGLKV.S B. C. DIEKCTOKY 



CASTLEGAR 



Cascade Power & Light Co 

Colbran K dairy faiinins 

Daniell J R hotel 

Desrocheis S lainiiiiif 

Fransen A cnip CPR 

Fransen I'red enip CPR 

Hand J laborer 

Handy Saml AV farming Govt road 

Jeffers Albert emp sawmill 

Johnson Benj mining 

Johnston Miss R school teacher 

Jones Mary H F 

Jones Thos laborer 

Keller & Johnson sawmill 

Knotts G laborer 

Lavender AV A emp sawmill 

Lindsay F ranching 

McKaw AVm M carpenter 

Miller B ranching sec Berrydale 

school board 
Miller J ranching 
Page R F 

Phillips Wm S Govt road foreman 
Kitchle Robert farming 
Kitchie R G gen store and P.M. 
Smith Fred A supt 
Speakman J agent CPR 
.Steele AV laborer 
Stocker Geo K real est 
Stow J P bookkeeper 
Thompson ('. \ laborer 
Wolverton R K trapper 

CASPACO 

a P.O. and fishing village on north 
Skeena I'assage. l.'i miles from Prince 
Rupert, one mile from Sockey 



at Harrogate. 



chool. Pop- 



tation on G.T.P.. 
in Prince Rupert ITov. Elec. Dist.. 
reached bv Fnion SS. Co.'s boats. 
Population during canning season. 
250, consisting r>f 30 Chinese. 120 
Japanese. CO Indians, the balance 
white people. 
Bjornson Peter fisherman 
Cassiar Packing Co Ltd James Lamb 

mgr canners and general store 
Christopherson Miss school teacher 
Crooked Frank lishing .,.,„h h /- 

Davidson Th J llshing sec Asland | 'r^^^"- "-^ 

school board I ;, . . . 

Elnarson K llshing 
Hume Alc.ic H cannery forcni 
Jonason T llshing 
Johnson M lishing 
Johnstone F W nect 
Jonson Gisli lishing 
Lamb James mgr eanneiy 
PhillpsoM Jolin llshing 



phone olhce and public 

ulation, 57. 

Andrews Carrol F farming 

Arnold Krnest ranching 

Arnold John ranching 

Brown Wilfred ranching 

Conrad Jas ranching 

Dograzio Jas laborer 

Degrazio M dairying and ranching 

Deithweikr AVm ranching 

Dodd John ranching 

Ellis J A mixed farming 

Gilbert Alfred ranching and sec Har 
; rogate school board 
I Gilbert Percival ranching 
I Graham John ranching 
' Logan AVm mining 
i McCauU Artimus ranching 
I McCauU Calbin ranching 

ilcKeeman Robert dairying minin, 
and ranching 

Morgan D H dairying ; 

Morgan Mossom ranchir 
I Mossbrugger John ran< 
I Neill Alex J ranching 

Pratt Thos H farming 
, Quinii John ranching 

Radley R R farming 
; Ritchie Susan ranching 
1 Savjuk Harry ranching 

Soles Fr.-d ranching 
I Soles Martin .\ farminc 

South, rn lYe<i ranching 
' Sp.ne..- .Mary ranching 
, Turner Albert P.M. i 

school board 
, AVearne Harry ranching 



Cassidy's 

' LIMITED 



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Wholesale 

Distributing 

Agents lor 

British Colombia 

of 

Columbia 
Graf onolas 



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CASTLEGAR 

a P.O. and station at the junction ot^ 
the C.P.R. Nelson-Vancouver line, 
the Xclson-Rossland branch, and the 
N"elson-.\rrow Lakes-Rcvelstokc line. 
Is 2i; miles west of Nelson and I'-i 
from Robson. the landing point 



ste 



in Trail 



Dist. Has C.P.R. tele- 

,nd Dnm. Govt, long dis- 

phone and public school. 

opulatlon, ilO. J..ocal resources: 



J.iOcal 
bering and farming. 
Bedford HER ranching 
liloomer T L eng CPR 
Casllegar Hotel S Thorpe prop 
Chuance L F bookkeeper 
Davidson Jas ferryman 
Hefoc Antonio s.r foreman 
Drain Siitiil nilllnian 



and 

Columbia 
Records 



CASSIAR 



EDGEWOOD LUMBER CO LTD, "W 

Waiaie Pres and MJTr, Mfrs RouRh 
and Drossed Lumber, Lath and 
Shing-Ies, and Lo^g^ingr. 
Farnvr P G with W J Farmer 
Fmiiii. r Wni J gin store sec school 



with iluir eM. r.si\e coal llelds. Si 
Wellington Ik ii.aiesl P.O. 
Grnnby Consolidat.'d Mining. Sn 

Ing & I'ower Co Ltd coal mil 

G L Frnser supt 
McKay Donald sec' Waterloo scl 


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CASTLEDALE 





Wholesale 
Distributors of 
Wear-Ever 
Aluminum 
Cooking 
Utensils 



CPR 
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929-33 

Granville Street 

VANCOUVER 



CASTLEGAR 



B. C. DIRKCTOKY 



Hotel 

West holme 
VICTORIA 



The 

Up-Town 

Businessman's 

Hotel 



Hotel 

Westholme 

VICTORIA 

B.C 

Tailoring 
Co. 

ESTABI.ISHKl) I'MO 



Olson Harry shipper sawmill 
Sahlstrom C J ties posts poles 
Thorpe S dry gds gro etc prop 

Castlegar Hotel 
fittaway Arthur E ranching 
Pratt G W foreman H L, Co 
Quance Louis !•• acct E L Co 
Komano C section foreman 
Thorpe S prop Castlettar Hotel 



VValdie W pres and mpr K L Co 
Washburn Wni trapper and ranch'er 
Watson Wm contractor 
Watts E E mixed farming 
CASTLE ROCK 

a r.O. and ranching district in the 
Cariboo Prov. Rlec. Dist.. on the PYa- 
ser River, 3ii miles south of Quesnel, 
17 north of Soda Creek, the nearest 
telegraph station, and JS4 north of 
Ashcroft. Eocal resources; Ranch- 
lail stage, auto or 



Albright I, 
Babbitt Wr 
Baptiste J.' 
Blair Hugh 
Boyd Am be 



Kul 
La Croix Jo.-^ 
Lalng Josepl 
Lee Sing ran 
Leonard Mrs 
Leonard Rus 
r-ullin H nii< 
Harry 



LADIES' 

and 

MEN'S 

TAILORS 

Importers 
of Fine 
Woolens 

128 

Hastings Street E. 

VANCOUVER 



Tuan Jl 
' CATHEDRAL 

a station on C.P.R.. 4 miles east of 
I ricld. Columbia Prov. Klcc. Uist. 

C.P.R. telegraph. Local resources: 
[ Mining. Aildres.s mall via Jfleld. 
; Atkins Wm miner 
I Hatcher C Dremati CPR 
1 Kennedy Geo sec foreman CPi: 
I Loak H nro warden 
' ilageyn G sec foreman CPR 
I Mt Stephen Silver Lead .Mine 

! CATHMAR 



CAULFIELDS 

a station on (he IMr.E. Ry.. S 
west of North \aneouver in 
Vancouver Municipalilv. is a 
clusi\e summer resort of aboi 

being al''lmv"d."""<^".d "m'o*t.'r'" 
.Vddress mail to Caullields. 
.\dams R V llen.shaw C 1 

.Mii.sbury Mrs K THodge A H t 
.\nderson Wm llodi.-. v w i; 

Kartlelt Harry rbt- Kettle Frank 

mkr Kllby E C 

Bell J D l.aiiiler Miss. 

Bodwell K V .M.illuson .M 

Broderiek A I: .\l.-l 'on.ild Be 



I school, and first year high school. 
Local resources: 2.000 acres of Al 
fruit-growing land. Excellent clim- 
ate enabling the grow'ing of all soft 
fruits and vegetables, cantaloupes, 
tomatoes, etc. Population. 100. 
Agger A farming 
Bickerton R fruit-frowing 
Bigsworth R fruit-growing 
Cawston A H fruit farming 
Cawston Canning Co Ltd canner.-s of 

tomatoes cannery at Cawson reg 

office at Kelowna 
Cawston R L fruit-lrowing mgr 

Similkameen P'ruit Land Co 
Cawston R L Jr farming 
Chamberlain M C 
Condit C L 
Crocker E M farming 
Gordon E farming 
Gibbs !•■ farming 
Johnston G farming 
Lewtas Wm farming 
McKcnzie C !•: fruii-gi ..wing 
AIcKcnzie R fruit-growing 
McLean A B farming 
Mancry ^\■ J 

Newton L V druggist and merchant 
Nystrom O mining 
Olson A fruit-growiiig 
Parker R C farming 
Pearson J mining 
Ritchie G W mgr Cawston C Co 
Ring O H farming 
Sheridan R B carpenter 
Similkameen Emit Land Co K L 

Cawston mgr 
Sinclair W N merchant 
Sunny Glean l-'ruit Growers C Tickell 

mgr 
Taylor B J farming 

Taylor Mrs H B sec school board 
Tickell C mgr S G Erult Growers 
Unwin W J farming 
Wright !•• M lumber and 
Wright M i) farming 



CEDAR 



CEDAR COTTAGE 



CEDAR COVE 



CEDAR CREEK 

:i steamer landinj 



Lake 



i>rth 



Camphel 



ry W 



lighthouse k|. 
[ CAWSTON 



.Mnsworth. the P. O.. In Kaslo Prov. 
lOlee. Ijisi.. reached by C. P. R. 
Koolinay Lake-Nelson- Ivaslo-l.ardo 
steamers. Has Dom. Govt, long dis- 
tance telephone. 

CEDAR CREEK 



s.lllement \) n 
vllle and i SOI 
the neanst P. 
graph olllee. ii 
DIst. Ilillier. 
nearest station. 



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WKXGLEVS B. C. DIIiECTORY 



CiaJTRE BAY 



CEDABHXLL 



CEDAB POINT 

a iruit-growine and dairying seitle- 
ment on West Arm of Kuotenay 
Lake, 7Vi miles east of Nelson, in 
Trail Prov. Klec. Dist.. nached by 
C. P. R- lake steamers and Govt, 
road from Nelson, the P. O.. nearest 
telegraph oflice and business centre. 
Has local and lone distance tele- 
phone connections Anclican Church. 
Has Farmers' and Women's Insti- 
tutes, Fruit f; rowers' Association. 
Livestock As.sociation. Population 80. 
.\irey Thos A larming cattle 
Applethwaite Kdward H H farming 
.\pplethwalte H.nry H farmini; 
Campbell John J mixed farmini,- 
Crulckshank Adam dairying farming 

and express 
Crulckshank .\dani Jr farming 
Doyle Daniel fruit-srowing 
Hawthorn G fruit-growing 
Heddle David fruii-crowInK 
Heddle Malcolm iriiit farming 
Kenway Wm farming poultry 
}kIacdonnel John U fruit farming 
Metcalf Kenneth farming 
MIddleton Hugh farming 

ci:dabvai.£ 

a P. O. and («riMing .suttlem.^nt on 

G.T.P. Ry. and Skcena itiwr. 10 

miles west of Hazelton. and HO 

northeast of Prince Rupert, in 

Prince Rupert Prov. Kl.c. Uisi. Has 

Govt, ferry, Uom. Govt, telegraph, 

Anglican and .Methodist Churches 

and Salvation Army. Population, li.iii. 

Local resources: .Mixed farming, 

fruit growing and somf mining. 

Borsuk John sec foreman 

Brearly Jos H mixed farming 

Carlmer Jas 

Curran Hugh farming 

Dahl Peter mining 

I'arnsworth John mining 

Foster Mrs l> 

Foster Frank farming 

Graham Jos W farming 

Gray Auldin S farming 

Moxley Wni gtn store 

Nelson Aaron farming 

Peacock S I! eng and farming 

Haby L postmaster 

Seaman Chns farming 

Theoador MU-hnel farming 

Thompson John farming 

Tonillnson Tho.s II farming 

Tordlfte Archd S farming 

CELISTA 

a P. O. and seith-nunt on north shore 
Shuswap Lake. Kamloops Prov. Klec. 
DIst., reached by ferry from Notch 
Hill, the nearest railway C. P. R. 
point, distant 12 miles. Has Uom. 
Govt. long distance telephone. Popu- 
lation. 200. Dairying, logging, rord 
wood cutting and frull-Krowiiig. 
-Vrgylc Jas mi\od farming 

itcaltle Andrew .s rarrM-niir 
Itogulln Alb.rl laiiniiig 
IJeguUn H.nry fariMing 
HI.-<eholT H Jas f.innlng 
LIschort John mix.d farming 
liischoft M U <lnlrym«n 
I'.lnko Chns J farming 



Chapman F farming 
Chrenck M larmins 
Condit O IJ logging 
Cullin F loggintc 
Dalin John ^\" farming 
Day D J logging 
Dc<-k.r Isaac farming 
Id J.'hn fruit-grow 



ilni 



ust tarming 

ton farming 

logging 

c fruit and dairy 

I- farming boat bldg 



i: 

t;k.-^t 



I I-netcher A 

j Fowler Harry farming 
I Garland I'aviil farming 
Gibson Arclnl farming 
Gray \Vm log-ing farm 



Hlina John farming 

Hudson L 

Hud^^on T farming 

Hudson Wni farming 

Johnson C L mixed farming 

Johnston J J 

Kappel Frank farming 

I..amberion !.> 

Leopold .Mfred farming 

l.lthgow Harry farming 

XIcKeown Peter ranching 

\la<'Uonald Gen mixed farming 

Nelson John K farming 
Nelson Swan farming 
Nettekoven Henry nilxe<l farming 
Noakos Harr.v K farming 
.Northgraves C Wm ranching 
Drs. r .Mrs Hannah .M farming sec No 
Shuswap .sch brd 



I'arsons P.l.r r farmniK s 

Itay schi>ol board 
Ramsay fjaviil 
Reddy Wm J farming fruit 
Held K \V mixed farming 
nilry Chns dairy farming 
Rllcy John farming and P 
Riley Wm J farming 
Ruckle J t"; mixed farming 
Smith Leo S ranching 
.^mlth S R dairy farming 
Steven.M W farming 
Stevens W J 
Thomson Jas tarming 
Thomson Wm farming 



Wi 



Yearwood K S 
Young Frank farming 
Y'oung John H farmlnn 

CELTIC 

a salmon cannery on 
I HIvor. owne.l hv P. 



CENTRAL PARK 



I'lirbs of VHncou> 
II South Vancou 
iHolod bv H. C. 



n\ ■ ■■ • u;l 

l>llel,- • . S. •■ t 

couvf-r. 

CENTRE BAY 
a siimnii^r home 
centre of Gambler 
in How 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

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''The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 



Offices: 

DAWSON 

BLOCK 



Van- '(Corner Main and 
I Hastings) 



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North 



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ancouver 



F.le 



Audres.M C. 



reached by .Mn 

» from Vanro\ 

Gibson's Ijin 

lice. I'opulatioi 

Iny. via 4 lope 1' 



O. 



KIdrldge Pavld fruit and 
I'awcelt Wni fri.ll and \>-t 
Gerrar.l John !> frull and 
Gerrard Mis>< .M 1. frull i 
•Terrard Miss S fruit and i 
llIln^ell <> fruil-growiim 
.Miirrav C W fruit anil m 



ogelable.^ j "//■ H huftS 

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CENTRE ISLAND 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIKECTOKV 



GORDON 
GARAGE 



AUTO GARAGE 
REPAIRS 



DISTILLATE 

STATION 



CENTRE ISLAND 
a P. O. and fishing cettlement on 
Centre Island at north end of 
Xootka Island, in the Esperanza 
Inlet, midway up the West Coast of 
Vancouver Island, in Alberni Prov. 
Eltc. Dist.. reached by C.P.R. steam- 
er Irom Victoria. Nootka is the 
nearest telegraph office, distant ZH 
miles. Local resources: Timber, lish- 
ing. Has excellent sites tor mills. 
Bechtil Fish Co (Victoria) 
Beck <Jeo J farming 
I,yn» r Carl farming 
Xtwton A asst postmaster 
Newton A II goat ranching 
Xewton Gordon farming 
Xf.wton Stanley farming 
Xewton AV U goat ranchin?: 
Xewton & Co gen store 
Xootka Packing Co Ltd 
Pool.- Wni 



AUTO DEALERS CHAMADASKA 



Sole IcUnd Agents 

ALLISON 

DISTILLATE 

BURNER 



921 GORDON ST. 

VICTORIA 



the name of the P. O. on Mary 
Island, which lies between Cortez and 
Valdez I.«land.-i. iiult of Georgia. 9fi 
milfs from Vancouver. i«ee names 
under .Mary Island. 

I CHAMPION I 

' a siding on the C. X. R. XelS'jn and I 

I't. Steele branch. situated on ' 
I ISeaver Creek. 15 miles northwest: 

of Salnio. I 

1 CHAPMANS 
i a Hag static. n oi 



Barker Amy school teacher 

Barry Mrs J H restauranat 

Bond S A rUinibcr 

Bradley E R gro clerk- 

Bradley R P gen store and J P 

Brisbois 51 F sec Chas Dist Farmers 
Inst 

Buysse Emil farming 

IJuysse Urban farming 

Byers Chas auto livcr\- 

Campbell D mixed farming 

Campbell Frank store asst 

Carroll D M machinist 

Chase Dist Farmers Inst M F 

Brisbois sec 

Chase Geo G dairy farming and sec 
Turtle Valley school board 

Chase Hospital R li Mason sec 

Clifford J \V blacksmith 

Cochrane C W 1! druggist 

Colgrave & Conchie dry goods 
I Covey W A lumber grader 
i Gumming Lewis ciiv. y notary 
1 Currie G D lumb.rinan 
' DeBorgas G A ae. t 

SEI.CO-I.IGHT FKODUCTS, Salmon 
Ann or Modem UtiUties ltd, 360 
Water, Vancouver. 



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Kkholni BenJ lutnb, r piling coi 
Ekholm Geo lumber i>iler 
Farris John E dry gds n\en's fur 
Kussee .las logging contractor 
Gahan .\rlhur store clerk 
Gahan A F. store clerk 
Gallicano K Wm fancy goods 
Gilchrist .Miss .V .\1 soh.i.jl prin 



<;.o L 

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builder 



Al 



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ALMONDS 

MAV.WS 
TIlERI-.S-r 

Silk! I'viTvu lierc 



<l u east 



■ ukis llollow- 

le of Liilon .?.S. 

.\ddrcss mall 

Inlon S.S. Co.. I 



CHARLES CREEK 

a cann.rv on Ih.- 
1 Kingcome Inlet n.ul 

Co. from Vane 
I Charles t^reek, 

Vancouver. 
j Charles Creek 
Vancou\ er) 



CHABLTON RANCH 
a Dom. Govt. L. L>. Telephone olllcc 
and ranch. 2» nille.s from Katnloops. 
the business centre, and 2 from Duck 
Range the P. O. which see. 
Charlton \V ranching and tel agt 

CHASE 

a P. O. and lumbering town on main 
line CPU., at nu.uth of Chn«.< Creek, 
in KumU.,.ps Prov. F.lec. Di.-l. It is 
the distributing centre !•»■ llie jiliu-*- 
wnp and .\danis Lake iiistrioi>;. hav- 
ing the o.lvantage of mil. lake st. 



Harrim ■ : ■ ■■ Innisl 

Harry I i . ■! - • .-. ■ i 

Hay|..,k il ,1 ...Ki Imperial Bank 

HeaihcoU .1 l:iii.l sui\eyor 

Hepburn J farming 

Hensof Henry tailor 

Hodgan Edward planer foreman 

HiKtgan John elk Imperial Bank 

Imperial Bank of Canada H J Hn> 

lock mgr 
.Iiirdan Phil lath man 
.lupp P W 1 r..\ ,-,,nsi.ible 
Keyt W i: ;.--: . ; I ■• Pt Pub Wks 



Ijiird I. ' 

Ijimni. r -, \\ I 
Land l.-m- ; i; :. ■_ 
l,ane i:<v<' i: ■ '■.< 
IMW Harry .\l ,i. , i : 
Lllley K mixed tarn 
Louie Win engineer 



K L Co 



d auto roads 
district. Has An 
terlan and R. C. Chu 
school. Has C. P. I 



ihroughoul the , 
rliean. Presby- 
-rhes and public , 
:. telegraph and 



laniels W farming 
achie .lohn farming 
..Idriek .1 P pn s .\ R L Co 
fnight Miss 10 1, school teaclu 



iml..r r., Ltd J P 
.s W F I. Milliners 
;isnii trea-; Ihr nUrs 



NiN.n 
I .\-..rtlic 



I Park, r .li.lin l,u 
I Pills. .11 M:iHlll 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIBECTORY 



CHEAM VIEW 



1-cacock Rev T R Presby ilin 

IVntilla A K learaster 

roller W E stage line 

Poy H O laundry 

Itamstrom H lunibtr piR-r 

Rt-ld Jas F forf-nuan sec sch brd 

I'.ichardson \V F assl cng Pub AVka 

I'.lttman Geo W accountant 



Ostle Christopher miner 
Oslle Thos miner 
Picknic Ferdinand miner 
Polkenhorn John miner 
Prince John farming 



hall 



'jbinson R K cattle dea 
Sandall Carl cook 
Scalchard K auto garase 
tScalchard Waller phys 

onicer I 

Spencer W H timekeeper I 

Sproat W M jeweller 
Stewart James janitor i 

Stuart John ranching 
Taylor R U enj,- and dec 
Thompson C purch aKt A K I. C" 
I'nderwood Hotel (A l-Z Underwood) 
Watson J farming 
White J J with Dept I'ub Works 
Wilson K C asst P >l 
Winner John harness mkr shoe repr 

CHASE RIVER 

a farming and coal mining settle- 1 
nient at mouth ot Chase Klvcr, which ; 
Is 6 miles long and runs into south ' 
end of Nannlmo (larbor, i miles 
south of Xaniilm... the P. O. Is 70 \ 
miles north ot Victoria in N'anaimo 
City Klec. I>lst. Has public school. 



Rallison Jas mine 

Kallison Richard mine foreman 

Raynor Herbt carpenter 

Reay Richard miner 
I Salo Emanuel carpenter 
1 Shaw Thos minor 
Med ] Sheddny Jos miner 

I Sillanpua Wester miner 
I Skogman Henry boom-man 

Soderback John miner 
I Stafford JIatlhew miner 

Stephens Ceo mining mech 



Stewart Jt 


hii fruit-growing 


Stonchous. 


Rf.bt miner 


Tinimlns J 


OS dairying 


Timmins \ 




Tr.dd Jr.hn 


hothouse gardening 


Wardle M 


s l.ucy 


Wilkinson 


I''r<d mine foreman 


Wilkinson 


Thos niin.r 


Wilson Jo in miner 


Wright W 


ni miner 


CHASM 




a station 


on the P. G. E K> 



i:ie 



and ; 
Road, 13 miles north ot 
the P. O.. In Lillooet Prov. 
Shipping point for cattle 



Population. 3"". Reached from Slarks from Chilcotin DIst. Has accom- 

Crosslng on the K. & X. Ry. .nodntlon for .".ftO hea.l. The actual I 

Armshaw Herbf-ri miner I chasm Is 4 miles long and 80 ( iiel, 

Rell Robt minvr > deep with lake ai bottom. 

Bell Wm minor Coghlll J K 1! prop 59-Mlle House' 

Renlne Duncan niin.r „r..l cm 

Ulunt Adolphus iriiilK 

Rruce Mrs .Matth-w 

Carlson Carl llshlng 

Critchlcy Mora.-.- min 

school board 
Crltchley Sclli niin.r 
Custlson Andrew niin.-r 
Custlson Chiis iniin-r 
Custlson lUiirv miner 
Kas 



'«<: I Hutchinson I 
CHAUMOX 



J K 1!. (og- 



Flcldlng Fn-.l. rick miner 

Fielding WllUird miner 

Ollmour I)avld minor 

Orccnway Jas miner 

Oreenway John mine stableman 

Haapala Matthew miner 

Haasancn Alex miner 

Hagg John miner 

Hancock Thos miner 

Harris John poultry-breeding 

Hendrlckson .Michael farming 

lllcta John mli\or 

Hooker John minor 

Houghton Amlriw miner 

Johnson Jas miner 



S agt P G K Ry 



C. P. R. 



.North U. nd. 



1st of 

Elec. Dlst.. and i 
keelers, the nearest 

public school. 



a stalii 
north 
Prov. 1 
Valley. 



l..uuinl August miner 
l..litoniakl John miner 
I. noma Matthew miner 
MoDoiinld Thos farming 



a nag station o 
line. J miles c 
In Yale Prov. 
miles west of 
post oillce. Ha< 
I Washtok J S farming 

CHEAKAMUS 

on the P.G.IO. Uy.. 1.' miles 
Snuumlsh. Xo. Vancouver 
o. iJist.. In the Chcakamus 
Population. 30. Local re- 
sources: Logging and farming. .\d- 
drcss mall via Rrnrkendalc P. O. 
Hurl n .V s.-cU..n ni.m 
CHEAKAMUS HOTEI., W James 

Proprietor. (See Advt.). 
HallowBV W si-.tioii loremaii 
Hawkins W s.<ti.i. man 

Lavit Janus lanfliing 
Luniiberg Chii-; ran.hing 
McVut: John r.mching 
ITfscott Miss school teacher 
St. v. art & S.iribnor logging 
Tuhhs Frcd.'rlck retired 



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Provincial 
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Suite 317-32 1 

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Street 

Vancouver 
B.C. 

Phone 
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CHEAM VIEW 



WRIGLKVS B. 



Linlilatsr 



HIGH-CLASS 

TAILORS 



lapMUrt •( 

FINE WOOLENS 



Simr.lex ilill Mfp: Co Ltd G.?o West- 

cr.tt mgr shinele bolts 
Tot). P;ik larniins 
Walilron Jamos H dairy forming 
■\Vtstern Canada Limo Co Ltd 

CHEE KYE 

a railway stop at Oovornm.nt road 
crossinfc on the P.G.L. Ry.. 10 miles 
north or Squamish. in Xo. Vancouver 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Population, 20. 
Ranchinir. Ijnibor. mincr.als. river and 
lake h.ahinp. Ilrackendalo is th.- P.O. 
Alberjc Kdw ranching 



James W prop Cheaka 
Leavit C farming 
Lumberc C contractor 
ItadforJ J frult-^'ro\vl 
I Shank C rouhry ran.l 
I Thompson J K laborci 



Sp*<i«l Attcotia 
T* M.il OrJ<ri 



W jitney to 



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CHEMAINUS 



a P. O. and villato on K. & N. lly. 
and Island HiRliway. ."il mile.-- north 
of Victoria, in Cowichan Prov. Klec. 
Dist.. cast coast of Vancouver Islaml. 
Office of Sub-Colloclor of Custoni.f 
outport of Nanaimo. Has public 
school. Anclicnn. Itaptist and U. C. 
Churches. Has C. P. U. telegraph and 

BROAD STREET : ?ic.^re!^ut^:"'i.un!h;';'n^n;"ac('u?: 
. .t /-••¥- y^ rx I * '"" ('luarler million rut daily) and 
\I\l I I JkI A i ^'"'''P'"*' direct to ov.-rs.a.-i market; 



loKKlnR and farminK. 



Albee E driver V L i- M Co 
Anketell-Jones Edw .\I ranching 
Anketell-Jones P W lanning 
Arrostronir P lumberman 
ArmstronR S T carp V L. & M Co 
Bailey B G teamster 
Banon H C mixed farming: 
Barber-Starkey F \V G ranchim,- 
Beauchama K mach V L & M C-> 
Behman J edser V L & M Co 
Bent Elwood S (Bent & Williams V 
Bent G H mixed farming 
Bent & Williams (E S Bent H .-^ 

Williams) milk 
Blair M poultry larniin;,' 
Bonsall H cattle-raisint- 
Bonsall Vera steno V I, & M Co 
Booth H L chauf V U *: M Co ^ 
Eowden Ernest W mach V L & M »-'-' 
BC Telephone Co Mrs B Dobinson aKt 
Burton A H saw liKr V L & M Co 
Cantrill Wm M settl. r V L & M lo 
Carey Leonard enKineer 
Caswell Martin mix.d farminc 
Cathcart Doris opr V. C Tel Co 
Cathcart E A pen store 
Cathcart Henry J retired 
Cathcart W carp V I, & M Co 
Cathev Kenneth hipr \ L & M Co 
Chalmers Jos liRhikpr Uarc Point 
Chatters J P carp V I, A: M Co 
Chematnus C.en Hosp Gertrude Curry 

matron 
Chemainus Hotel (V L * M Co) 
Chemainus Uecrenti..n Club 
Chonir Hinc Ken stor.- . ^ ,, _ 
Colliard .M K steno \ L & M Co 
Collyer Arthur E 
Cook Itev Earl .M i:ui>list min 
Cook Cordon planer \ L & M Co 
Cook — & U mixed larminK 
Cook Winter elk V L & M Co 



Fishing on the Cheakamus! 

Leave Vaiic(,u\.'i- „u r.Tniiiiiil St.jmiNliip boat from tlie h»<t of Carrall 
street to Squamisli. Fare +2 return. 

At Siiunmish wliarf take mail siiio,. luii l)y 

H. JUDD. of BRACKENDALE 

up the Squamish Valley 10 miles to the 

CHEAKAMUS HOTEL 

Fare $\.'M return. 

From the Clieakanui.s Hotel, rate ^^.M) per .lay. .x.-elleiil lislun- is securrj 
in tlie riieakamus Kiver. ill Aliee Lake and Bhrom Lake. 

This spaee is suliserihetl to l.y the iiii(lersii.'ne.l. who olTer an e.'ceelleiii 
outinj; at miniiniim ehartre. 



H. Judd, Auto Stage 

Braekeiulale P. i). 



Cheakamus Hotel 

W. .laui.v I'nip. 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. UIRKCTORY 



CHEZACUT 



Cornish C mixed farming 
Curry Miss G matron Chem Gen Hos 
Cuthbert Herbert omp V" L & M Co 
Cuthbert H K rnillliU V L. & M Co 
Daniels Alfred H larming 
Dobinson Mrs Darbara agt EC Tel Co 
Dobinson H lineman B C Tel Co 
Donald H E farniine ins aet 
Dunse Alex setter V I. & .M Co 
Elliot J Donald enip V L & M Co 
Empire Lumber Co loading wharf 
Estridge Wm emp V L. & M Co 
Evanoff J planer V L & M Co 
EvanofE S emp V L & M Co 
Fong Yuen gen store 
Francis Chas teamster 
Gardiner J lab V L & M Co 
Galus David A salesman 
Gear Wilfred D driver V L & M Co 
Gilliland G A millhd V L & M Co 
Gilliland Maude store mgr VL&MCo 
Glasgow John D carpenter 
Glasswick Albt edger V L & M Co 
Green E T emp V L & M Co 
Guertz Rev Father R C priest 

(Kuper Island) 
Guilbridc Arthur mechanic 
Gustafson Olat carpenter 
Halhed Francis A mech eng 
Halhed Maurice mech V L & M Co 
Halhed Richmond immig insp 
Hatfield Howard sawyer 
Heslip H E steno V L & M Co 
Hill Lewis G agent 
Hong Hing gen store 
Horton Sophie opr E C Tel Co 
Horton W stevedore supt 
House O emp V L & M Co 
Howarth H H emp V L & M Co 
Howe E meats prop Lewisville H.jtel 
Hughes C emp V I. & M Co 
Hughes Victor emp V L & M Co 
Inglis John mixed farming 
Jacobson Gunner engineer 
Jarrett Randall customs olflcer 
Lang Noel notary agt K & N Ry 
Langner Wm 

Lawless F W H mixed farming 
l^wrence Chas G lumberman 
Lepper Geo K clerk 
Lewisvlllo Hotel E Howe prop 
Long J D acct V L & M Co 
Longrigg W F emp V L & M Co 
McRrlde B filer V L & M Co 
McCrindle J emp V L * M Co 
McDonald A W saw ftler 
McDonald W J watchnin V L & M Co 
Mclnnes Alex G engineer 
Mclnnes Colin mach V L * M Co 
McKinnon Alex P mech V L & il Co 
McKlnnon Duncan mccli V L * M Co 
McKinnon John mech V L *c M Co 
McLaughlin L engineer 
Mainguy Richard <; land surveyor 
Marshall J F Govt log scaler 
Mawson G A emp V L * -M Co 
Moc Olof blacksmith V L & M Co 
Monk Oscar J barber 
Monk Vcta asst P M 
Muir Wm driver V I, & M Co 
Murray D W biksmith V L & M Co 
Nahu N'orman F longshoreman 
Nakishima K gen store 
Nelson J V. yard mgr 
Nelson N K carp V L * M Co 
Norton W emp V I, & M Co 
ORourkc Jas miner 
(VRourke T O Ibrmn V L .<■ M Co 
I'nlmer Edmund J gen mgr V I. * M 

Co and P Jl 
Pollock R helper V I, & M Co 
Porter Annie clerk V L * M Co 
Porter Geo iustlce of peaei- 
Porter Rev R D Ang clergyman 
Porter Thos Inrinim,- iltiiiving 
Porl.r \\alt.r mis. .1 i.-iiiiiing 



Roberts R P farming (Kuper Isld) 
Robertson R section boss 
Robertson T emp V L & M Co 
Robinson Cyrus G gardener 
Robinson John R lumber surveyor 
Robinson John R Jr engineer 
Robinson Louis feeder V L & M Co 
Robinson Samuel F asst sta agt 
Ross Chas D B farming 
Roy X M Wright V L & M Co 
Sing Lee Lung gen store 
Slinger Stephen B farming 
Smiley Henry R yard foreman 
Smith Arthur C machinist 
Smith Irving supt sawmill 
Smith John R blksmth dep const 
Stevens O C planer V L & M Co 
Stubbs A E P timUeeper V L >'i il Co 
Syme Clifford fireman V L & M Co 
I Syme J A hlpr V L & M Co 
I Thomas W J mixed farming 
I Thorpe Martin foreman V L & M Co 
! Tickner L V tallyman 
; Tranlield Miss B M srhool prin 
I Trenholm W B mill foreman 
1 Tweedie Kenneth machinist 
Tyee Smelting Co W J Watson mgr 

I VICTORIA ilTMBER & MTO CO 
I.TI>, Edmund J Palmer Gen Mgr, 
(See Advt. VancotiTer Section). 

j Watson H W phys Prov Med oihcer 
Watson W J mgr Tyee Smelting Co 
Wheeler C carp V L & M Co 
White Thos carp V L & M Co 

I Williams C H sales mgr V L * M Co 

I Williamas H S (Bent & Williams) 
Williams R H Cedar Co poles 
Wilson Annie M sch teacher 
Wilson P D mixed farming 
Work Alex H car builder 

I Work Frank O driver V L & M Co 
Wyllle Peter 



CHEERY CREEK 

a station on the C. P. R. main 




miles west of Kamloops. properly of 
the British Columbia Fruit Lan.ls. 
Ltd.. in Kamloops Prov. Elec. Disi. 
The Cherry Creek ranch, owned b; 
the company, employs from j to 2U 
ranch hands, according to the season. 
Has Dom. Govt, long distance tele- 
phone. Local resources!: Ranching, 
farming and mining. Address ni.nil 
Cherry Creek, via Kamloops post ci- 
lice. 

P.eaton Angus farmer 
British Columbia Fruit Ijinds Lid 
owners and operators of Cherry 
Creek Ranch A W Hainc mgr 
Cornwall Henry ranching 
Iron Mask .Mine. S miles distant 
Haine .V W incr H C F I. 
Mytton II F dir.rtor I! C Fruit Lands 
Red Cedrir Lumber Corp 



CHERRY CREEK ROAD 

a farming settlemr-nt 2 <i ii 

of Albernl. the " 

Elec. Disl. I 

CHEZACUT I 

a P. O. and ranching settlement In' 
Cariboo Prov. I'.lec. Dist.. naohed by 
stage from Ashcroft. on the C.P.R.. I 
2.'.0 milis. and west of Soila Creek, ' 
1.10. Nearest Doni. Govt. Telegniph 
station at l.-.O-Mile House, distant 
135 miles. I'opulutlon. '.'1. Local r.- 
sources: Stock-raising. 
Ax ford Gilb.rt R stock-raising 
r.odge IMwin J stoek-rnisiiig 

1 Cop. Inn. I Will W st.H-k-r:iising 

I Crowly Arthur rnnehlng , 

I Kitch.n Wnll.r 

I Maxw.ll Chauncey B stock-raising | 



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1002 Acres in the 
Lower Fr.,er 

Valley 
••The Biggeit 
Bu,ine.> in 
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TEXAS- 
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Co. of 
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FUNDING CO. 

of Canad.i. Ltd. 
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Vancouver 



Mulvahill John W stock-raising and 
I P M 

I Neece Earl stock-raising 
I Valleau A laborer 

' CHIEF LAKE 

I a post offlce and farming settlement 

20 miles northwest of Prince George, 

in Fort George Prov. Elec. Dist.. 

reached by stage. Prince George is 

nearest railway and telegraph office 

of G.T.P. Ry. Has public school. 

Population, ino. Local resources: 

Farming, lumbering and trapping. 

Ackerman P farmer 

Allen Mrs Andrew sec school board 

Allen A G farming 

Bilderman A farmer 

Bolam John trapper 

Christensen C farming 

Kckel W farmer 

Holland N trapper 

Israel G farming 

Jobson Reginald fire ranger 

LInd N farmer 

McDonald John farming 

Marrali J trapper 

Miller K farming 

Obert A farmer 

Olson I'eter farming 

Petersen K A mixed farming 

Petersen Jacob farming 

Petersen John farming 

Pressor W dairy farming 

.'Shafer Martin Iropper 

Powers K K W g. n store and P M 

CHILAKO 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry.. H 
miles west of Prince George, the P.O. 
and nearest telegraph olllce. In Fort 
George Prov. Klcc. Ulst.. on Nechako 



Cassino A section foreman 

l.ittle k fnrinine 

St Cl.iir Harry larmlng 

CHILANCO FORKS 

a P.O. anil ranching ,«elilement on 

Chllanco River. I" miles w.st of 

Alexis Cre.k. In Cariboo Prov Klec. 

DIst. C'hilnnro River Is nbout .■;') 

miles long and Hows from Tntia Luke 

eastward Into Chllcolen l;iv.-r. Jii 

miles west of Alexis Creek P.O. It 

Is reached by stage from l>vg Crck. 

Hancovllle and Alexis Creek, and has 

Dom. Govt, telegraph and telephone 

ofllccs. 

Colwell S H mining 

Knglebrctson Tom ranching 

Hellfeler Frank laborer 



Arthur 

.Mathews Charles ranching 
.McClilnchy Patk ranching 
Parks Charles ranrhlng 
I'owirs George mnching 
.■^ohllllng Adolpli r.inrhlng 
Thonias Rev Father R C pri. st 
Vallean Kdward ranching trapping 
Valhan Harold ranching trni>ping 

CHILCO 

a P. (>.. ranching and farming dis 



Moore \V S farming 
Reynolds James W farming 
Taylor Henry R farming 

CHTLCOTEN 

a ranching settlement on Riske 
Creek, the P. O.. 25 miles northeast 
of Hanceville and 35 southwest of 
150-mile House. See. names under 
Riske Creek. 

CHTLUWACK 

a city on south side of Fraser River. 
50 miles east of Xew Westminster, in 
Chilliwack Prov. Elec. Dist., reached 
via C. N. Ry. and U. C. Elec. Ry. Has 
C.N.R.. C.l'.R. and G.N'.W. telegraph. 
Dominion and C. X. Exp. offices. Of- 
fice of the Chilliwack District Regis- 
trar of the Supreme and Countv 
Courts and Sub-Recorder New West- 
minster Mining Division. Has public 
and high schools and Anglican. 
Methodist. liaplist and Presbyterian 
Churches. Ferry to Harrison Mills, 
on C.P.R. and auto roads 10 Harrison 
Hot Springs, etc. Centre of rich 
agricultural and dairying district. 
Local Industries include condensed 
milk factory, cheese factory, evapor- 
ating plant and creameries with an 
output of half a million pounds of 
butter annually. Population: City, 
1.600: .Municipality. 6,000. 
Alison Robt farming R R 2 
Allen A R farming R R 2 
Allen Geo funning R R 2 
Allen W P farming 
.\mi)s R G farming 
.\nderson -Vug .\* rest 
.Vnderson I! niixrd larming R R 2 
Anderson Wm farming 
Andrews W J grocer bjiker 
Annis W S mixed farming R R 1 
Archibald Thos niech T I. I.llli.- 
Armstrong Hy larnilng R R 2 
Armstrong Jns farming 
Armstrong W J with I'nited Grain 

Growers 
Arnold F W bicvcles 
Arnott Catherine elk <;ilbert Co 
Ashwell Geo H \V nigr Ashwell Ltd 
.\shwell .1 H mayor and acct 
Ashwell Ltd <; H W Ashwell nigr gen 

store 
Atkinson Wm auctioneer 
Auld Miss l> nsst P M 
Auld S IJ farming 
P.allam .\ L I City Transfer Col 
Hallnm Harry farming R R 2 
Kanford Uros duirving stock K R 2 
Rnnford R J prop I'ltv .Meat Mkt 
Rank of .Montreal G (V.N.sbit mgr 
llarber A .\ forming R R 1 
Uarber Chns A Job print.'r 
Barber Harry J drugs and sto 
Barker A .S R R 1 
Barker J mixed farming R R 1 
Barker W diiiry-farmlng R K 1 
Barniird \ r.irmlng It It 1 



far 



Barrntt A B farming R P. 
Barrott Wm hlil.s m.:Us 
Barrow A farming It It 2 
Barrow .Miss K di.ssmak.- 
Barton I> farnilng R R 2 



Ills 



>ol. In Cariboo Prov. 

acheil by roiul from Vanderlm 

e nearest railway station on I 

T. P. Ry. Has public »cho..|. 
ilico Farmers InsI R Denis. .n s^ 
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CHTLLIWACK 



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Bowes J H barrister 
Bowman J W mixed farminj: 
Bradley C L dairy farmiiiB R R 
Bradley Geo grocer 
Bradwin Cecil farming 
Brannick J farming R R 1 
Brett R mixed farminir R R 1 
B C Govt Education Dopt J C Rei 

dist supt agr education 
Broadhead Reg K jeweller 
Brock R H contractor 
Brown Chas farming R R 1 
Brown C A farming R R 1 
Brown Peter J city clerk 

wack Hospital 
Brown W E farming R R 1 
Brown W G mixed farming R R 1 
Browne B R farming R R 1 
Budd W S accountant 
Burton J (Denmark & Burton) 
Burton Wm H farming 
Bustin R dairyman R R 2 
Butler Frank farming R R 2 
Calbick S carp 
Caldwell A plumber 
Calhoun Albt J farming R R 2 
Calhoun E W farming R R 2 
Calhoun J C farming R R 1 
Camble H B acrt Hank of Montreal 
Campbell Rev 1) Presby minister 
Campbell J H (Chilliwark Land Co) 
Campbell M barber J W Cooney 
Campbell R B' teller Can Ek of Cor 
Cameron Angus farming 
Cameron Ella G teacher 
Canadian Bank oC Commerce K ' 

Munro mgr 
Canadian Einancicrs Trust Co ( Var 

couver) J Pelly local cor 
Canadian Garngo Owners I^td props 
Canadian Hide l''ur & Metal Co 

Cross mgr 
Candlish Bros mixed farming 
Canfeld Jas farming 
Carlson Y tailor 

Carmichael John \V farming K R 1 
Carlcton David II farming 
Carroll J B farming 
Carscadden W D mixed farming 
Cm son S M acct agent 
Carter R clcc supplies agt Dcko 

Light 
Cartncll J dairy farming 
Cawley Ethel M teacher 



Chilliwack Progress (weekly Thurs) 
The Columbian Co Ltd publishers 
I (New AVestminster) 
I Chilliwack Shoe Co C "W Muirhead 
I mgr I 

' Chilliwack Telephone Co Ltd Thos i 
I Jackman mng dir 

Chilliwack Women's Institute Mrs 
I Emily Gaynor sec 
; City Meat Market R J Banford prop 
ey I City Transfer Co (A L Ballam) 
I Clark Geo farming 
I Clark Miss JI emp Ashwell Ltd 
1 Clements R farming poultry R R 1 
, Cockren Thos farming 
I Collier C S dentist 
1 Colling R (Ideal Grocery) 
; Collins Rev A W Ang clergyman 
■ Compeau Robt prop Central Garage 

Connett John farming R R 1 
I Cook !■; W painter 
i Cook F G mixed farming R R 2 

Cook J farming R R 2 

Cooke C S prop Royal Hotel 

Cooney J \\' barber 
I Cooper H dairy farming R R 2 
I Copeland J H farming R R 1 

Coulter A W mixed farming R R 2 

Cowen C H Drug Co Ltd C H Cowen 
mgr drugs sta tec 
1 Crane E C financier 
' Crocker II A of Valley Vulcanizing 
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! Cross L mgr Can Hide F f M Co 
1 Cruickshank G of Kraser Valley Taxi 
I Cruickshank M farming 
i Cusack U U farming R R 1 

Dangerfield F S mixed farming 

Davies J S teller Merchants Bank 

navies W V d. mist 

Davis C C dairy larming R R 2 
i Davis John mixed farming R R 2 

Dav 



L I Day D H carpent 



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SEI.CO.I.IGHT 

Carter Ag-ent. 

I Denmark & Burton ( W Denmark J 

Burton) hardware paints seeds 

Denmark AV (Denmark & Burton) 

i R II 2 

I Densham II farming 

I Dickerson J L prop Royal Dye Wks 
Dickie H chauffeur G Wilkinson 
Dickinson A W farming K R 2 
Dimmick Rev F Meth minister 

I Dixon E R farming R R 



Cawley E R mgr Pemberton & Son i Donaldson Capt T farming U U 2 
Cawley S A salesman Pemborlon * Dunn John II farming 

Son Dunn Miss M teller Bk of Montre* 

Centra! Garage Uobt Compeau pro;> Dunning J S farming R R 2 
Chp.dsey G E dairy larming R !l : Durand L farming R R 2 
Chadsey L L agt Massev-Harris Co Dusterhoeft AV lire and life ins 



nberlaln M f 
Chambers Jas farming K R 2 
Chiinibcrs J dairy farming li 11 2 
Chapman David farming R K 2 
Chapman J dairy farming R R 2 
Chapman J E mixed farming R R 2 
Chapman W E mixed larming R R 2 
Chapman & Davies (lorists 
Chcvalley Loon supt Dorden Milk Co 
Chldlow W E farming 11 H 1 
Childerhose & Murphy whe.'lwrlghts 

and agr imp 
nillliwack Dnkery J R Hovell prop 
Chilliwnok i:v:>i"'rating & I'acking 



ixod farming RR 2 
I 1-Mniondson Chas N farming R H 2 
1 Edmondsun J C farming li R 2 

:dwarils H of Chilliwack Garage 

Id wards J T dairy farming U R 1 

;ider G W farmine R II 1 

llford M grocer 

;ik Creek Waterworks Co Ltd A H 
Turvey mgr 

;illolt J C I'rov. Medical Ofllccr 

llliott M clerk P O 

Impress Hotel Berry * Fenncssy 



Horatio 



Chilliwack Hospital T'. l.r Brown sec 

CHIllIWACK I.AKD CO (J H 

Campbell and Wm MacKlrdy). Real 

Estate, Insurance and Farm I.ands. 



lish Job 



farming R R 2 

mixed farming Reev 
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G dalrv farming R R 
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II lurch i;mpross Garni 



GUNN'S Famous 

Salted 
Peanuts 

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all their own 



LookJortheSaniiar 
Glass Globes 



A. D. Gunn 
&Co. 

129 Cordova, W. 

Vancouver, B.C. 

Phone Sey. 3557 

HOLT 

& CO. 

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[ EXCLUSIVE 1 

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I and Dealers in 

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Furs Remodelled 
and Repaired in 
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' Vancouver ; 



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THE 

CALLANDER 
SHORE CO. 

— Limited — 

Representing 

LOUDEN'S 

Overhead 

Carrying 

Systems for 

Warehouses, 

Etc. 

155 Pender W. 

VANCOUVER 



MEN'S 
QUALITY 
CLOTHES 



Ferguson A C farming R R 1 

Ferrera Cheese Mfg Co Ltd 

Ferris W F furn and toys 

Fetterley D farming 

Field H AV farming R R 2 

Floyd J A dairy farming R R 2 

Ford Alfred R farming 

rOBD SEAI.EBS, A S Goard Motors 

ltd. 
Ford Jas farming R R 1 
Ford J H mixed farming R R 2 
Foster F dairyman R R 2 
Foster F dairyman R R 2 
Fowler Jos farming R R 1 
Fowlie T mixed farming R R 1 
Fox Chas emp Ashwell Ltd 
Francis R dairvman R R 2 
.Fraser H C prin High School 
Fraser Valley Taxi (X. C. Wilkinson 

G Cruickshank and E R Cawley) 
Fraser Valley Milk Co W K Mac- 
Leod mgr creamery 
Fulton A G farming 
Fulton Keeler farming R R 1 
Fulton Keeler farming R R 1 
Gagnon D A farming R R 1 
Gammon Miss M G elk Gilbert Co 
Garner C R mixed farming 
Gaynor Emily sec Chilliwack Wo- 
men's Institute 
Gentry W A J farming R R 1 
Geod G N mixed farming R R 1 
GeodcU G F farming 
George F A farming R li 2 
George Gabriel farnnng 
Gibbens T dairy farming 
Gibson Jos farming R 11 1 
Gilbert Co W R Gilb.ri mgr dry 

goods millinery etc 
Gilbert M farming R R 2 
Gilbert W R mgr Gilbert Co 
Gll.-s S mgr Royal Hotel 
fllllaiiders A H farming R R 1 
Gillaiulrrs M F farming R R 2 
C;niis 1'. .1 farming R R 1 
j Goard A S mgr A S 0..ard Motors Ltd 
I QOABD A S MOTORS ITD, A S 
I Goard I>T(rr, rord Dealers, Tracks, 

Trailers, Tractors and Repairing'. 
! Gn.Ml John X farinini; li U 2 



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Grant C E poult 
Gray Robt ledg 
G -W V A A Farlhin 
Gregg H L C mgr O 
Green John 1! larml 
Green J 'I' farming 
Green Max conlv tol 
Grieve J dairyman 



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i-ai.-ing U R 2 
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Hayes Chas A farming 
Heal S R farming R R 2 
Heatley A G farming R R 2 
Hemming Claud E J farming 
Henderson Dr J C mun health ollicer 
Henderson Store Gilbert Co props 

dry goods millinery etc 
Heniman G H land surveyor 
Henley J T butcher 
Henry R T farming R R 2 
Henshaw R H farming R R 2 
Hickman John farming R R 1 
High School H C Fraser prin 
Hind John pres Chilliwack Evap & 

Pkg Co 
Hodges S L farming R R 2 
Hodgins Jas U farming 
Hodgins W H mixed farming 
Hoick T H farming R R 2 
Holden Herbert J farming R R 2 
Holman S J farming R R 2 
Home-Makers Ltd The W L Macken 

mgr real estate insurance etc 
Hopkins Mrs E J bee-keeping 
fJorsman T A farming 
Hourston E J farming dairying 
Hourston Wm farming 
Houston J A farming R R 1 
Houston Samuel (I X L Shoe Repg 

Co) 
Hovell John R prop Chilliwack Bkry 
Hubbard J dairyman R R 1 
Huft M mixed farming 
Hughes J P farming R R 2 
Humphrey A of Valley Vulcanizing 

Co 
Humphrey A E surveyor 
Humphrey Carrie milliner Gilbert Co 
Hunt W mixed farming R R 1 
Hunter D A farming R: R 1 
Ideal Grocery (R Colling .V Knox) 
Imperial Theatre moving pictures 
Ingram A H farming R R 2 
Ingram I H farming R R 2 
Ironside G C (Ironside & Xicholson) 
Ironside & Xicholson (G C Ironside 

M Xicholson) blacksmiths 
Irwin B A retired 
I X L Shoe liepalring Co (Samuel 

Houston) 
Jack Thos farming R R 1 
Jackman Thos mng dlr Chilliwack 

Tel Co Ltd 
Jackman W T printer 
Jackson Miss L steno Home-Makers 
Jackson Margl E teacher 
Jamioson A G man train instr 
Jarvis James A farming R R 1 
in >Iy dairyman R R 2 
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KniKht Lumber Co (T P Knight) 
Knifht T P (Knit-ht Lumber Co) 
Knight W-m f ruit-Kro« ing 
Knox A (Ideal Grocry) 
Knox J dairy farming 
I^ughlan H A Prov Constable 
Laughlin G J mixed farming R R 2 
Law T E farming R R 2 
Lawrence A mixed farming R R 2 
Leahy Edw farming R R 2 
Leary F G prop The Palms 
Leathers G poultry-raising 
Lee Fredk W artist 
Lehrman Chas farming R R I 
Lehrraan F mixed farming R R 1 
Lehrman H dairy farming R R 1 
Leslie D A farming 
Lewis Thos farming 
LUlle Robt mcch T L Lillie 
LllUe T L garage repairs etc 
Love Wm farming 
Lowe H C mech T L Llllie 
Lytic Wm T farming 
McBain R J farming 
McCaffrey R physician 
McCannon R K furniture 
McConnell J dairy farming R R 2 
McConnell J A farming ft R 2 
McCorquodale John barber O A We.ks 
McCutcheon W H farming 
McDonald T H farming K R 1 
McKlvee S dairv farming II 1: 1 
McEwen W H farming 
McGlUlvray Donald C councillor 
McGllllvray .1 \V eng farming 
McGllllvrav W H farming 
McGrath Walter farming R R 2 
McHattIc J retired 
Mclndoc W A farming R R 1 
Mcintosh Rod .1 shoes 
Mcintosh R J bees poultry etc 
McKay D H vet surgeon 
McKclIar Hobt J farming R R 2 
McKcnzic Alex dairy farming K R 2 
McKenzle R O farming R K 2 
McLcod Jas lO larmlng R R 2 
McLeod J mixed farming R R 2 
McManus Kclix Jcwlr optician 
MacDonald J C. dentist 
MacKarlane J iiiix.d farming R R 2 
Macken W I, nii;r Home-Makers Ltd 
MacKlrdy Wfti ( Chilli wack Land Co) 
MacLeod W K mgr Fraser Valley 

Milk Co 
MacNalr C M mixed farming R R 2 
Macrae C A farming R R 2 
Madden C R farming R R 2 
Malcolm A bee-keeping 
Malcolm Foster elk Ideal Grocery 
Mnlmns John Farming 
Maloit K clerk P O 
Malott Jason coal wooil 
Marple Arthur J farming R R 2 
Marrs G T dairy farming R R 2 
Marshall J H mixed furnilng R R 2 
Marshall M B teacher 



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for S C B C. 

M.nzi.s A r, (M.-nzies Tlardwiire C.) 
M.ii7.i>s F A (.Miiizies llar>li\ari> C..) 
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MERCHANTS BANS OF CAITASA, 

Z. W SmltJi jOAnager. 
Merchants lJeli\.Ty Bert Price prop 
Mileson F H poultry-raising 
Miller C J farming R R 1 
Milson Geo farming R R 2 
Minter G O mixed farming 
Moore Walter H farming R R 1 
Morden D farming 
Morgan H farming 
Morrison Alex farming R R 2 
Moss G mixed farming R R 2 
Motes S grocer 
Muir C mixed farming R R 1 
Muir J C dairy farming R R 2 
Muirhead C W mgr Chilliwack Shoe 

Co 
Muirhead R J farming R R 2 
Munro A mixed farming R R 2 
Munro Jas councillor 
Munro K V mgr Can Bank of Com 
Munro i; A dairy farming R R 2 
Munro Wm A farming It R 2 
Murray Colin farming 
Murray John farming R R 2 
Murrav J farming poultry R R 2 
Murrav Wm retired 
Musseil Edmund farming 
Mulrlc- A farming R R 2 
Nedham S J dairy farming R R 2 
Xiesham Samuel J farming R R 2 
Nelmes E A (Parsons * Nelmes) 
Nelson Jas farming R R 2 
N.sbit G O mgr Pank of Montreal 
Nevi.rd Lillian opr Chil Tel Co 
Ncvard Wm meats 

Nicholson M (Ironside * Nicholson) 
Nixon Albert S farming It R 1 
Nixon H mixed farming R R 1 
Norman Jos farming 11 R 2 
Nottingham Jesse farming 
DDonnell J mixed farming 
Olson Geo lin.nian Chll Tel Co 
O'NcIl Ezra farming 
drr Geo K farming R 11 1 
llrr J mixed farming 
Gsborne II C farming K R 2 
Owners Ltd H L C Gregg mur props 

Canadian Garage 
Pago Aaron E farming 
Palms The F G Leary prop soil 

drinks 
Parker Fred mech Empress Garage 
Parker Chas elo mens furn 
Parker Jas A fiirming R R 2 
Parker W J dairy larmlng R R 1 
Parry W fruit-ranching R R 2 
Parsons & N.lnies do shoes 
Partlo M of Chilliwack Garage 
Patten L A physician 
Patterson Mrs Jas farming 
Patterson V ilairv farming 
Pearcc K farming R R 1 
Peers Richard H farming 
Polly Justiniin dep Mining Re- 
corder. K.u-istrar Supreme and 



PEMBERTON & SON, E » Cawley 

M(rr, Farm I<ands. 
Pcppard II farming R R 1 
Phlllipson R farming R R 2 
Plrk-riiig W i; farming R R 2 



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Mill Work 

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Coal 



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Modern Office 
Supply Co., Ltd. 

DESKS 

Qiairs, Tables 
Bookcases 

FILING 

CABINETS AND 

SUPPLIES 

J>lon-Sbine 

Felt Chair Pad* 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modern Furniture 

for the 

Modern Office 

163PenderSt.W. 

Vancouver 



Raine G H farming R R 1 ! Topley Esther asst J C MacDonald 

Ramsay Maj P B H farming R R 1 Topley J mixed farming 
Ratzman Carl F plumbing etc Toplev Olive buver Gilbert Co 

" " J C dist supvr Asr Education ' Toplev ^Vm farming 



Redford E farming R R 
Redford S farming R R i 
Reeves Chas B hardware 
Reynolds Rev G A Baptist minis 
Richards G T mixed farming R R 
Richardson Ij chief of police 
Richardson Xorman farming 
Robbins C W poultry raising 
Roberts R mixed farminp 
Robertson A A farming R R 2 
Robertson Jas P coal gen contr 



Theal 



Rol>ertson 

Robinson Edw farming'R 

Rockwell A M (Rockwc 

Davison) 
Rockwell Theal & Davison Ltd flour 

feed seeds agr impts 
Rolfe W T dry goods 
Roman M poultrv-raising R R 2 
Ronksley K mixed farming R R 2 
Royal Bank of Canada K B Lyie nigr 
Royal Dye Works J L Dickerson prop Walke: 

Royal Hotel C S Crooke prop 

Ryder Bruce farming R R 2 
Ryder Jas H S farming 
Ryder Noble farming 
Salter J A poultry-raising 
Scott Jos deputy sheriff 
Semple & Semple blacksmiths 
Seymour C H iioultry-raising 



Trotter J M 

Turner C mixed farming 

Turner John emp Central Garage 

Turvey A H mgr Elk Creek Water- 
works Co Ltd 

Turvey Jas clerk Rockwell Theal & 
Davison 

Tniied Grain 

Unsworth A f 

Val lance Mm _ 

Valley Meat Jlarket 
Stallard) 

Valley Vulcanizing Co Humphrey «: 
Crocker props 



ming fruit poultry 
cd farming R R 2 
Jubb H 



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Commercial 

Auto 
Delivery Co. 

Vancouver. West 

Vancouver and 

Way Points 

Furniture 

Moving 

Storage 

Baggage 

ELxpress and 

Parcel 

Delivery 

couver 10 a.m. and 
3 p.m. Daily. 

Voncr.P/ione5ey. 

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2SU 

315 Cordova. W. 
VANCOUVER 



Shcmcld P M teacher 

Shepherd A farming R R 1 

Shirley K contractor 

Sim Wm farming R R 2 

Skellon R G poultry bees 

Smith Archd farming 

Smith Edw farming 

Smilh E Yale farming R R 2 

Smith G H mixed farming R R 2 

Smith Henry C, farming R R 2 

Smith L W mgr Merchants Bank 

Snider J E farming R R 2 

Snider L farming 

Snider W S faniiing 

Spencer B mlxi-d t.Trming R U 2 

Spludc E farminL- It R 2 

Sproat G .V retired 

SIncey F B bec-ke.-plng and fruit 

Sta.le C W farming R R 1 

Staile Hy dairy farming R R 2 

Stallard II W (Valley Meat Market) 

Stallard \V poultry-raising U R 1 

Standeven \V mixed farming R R 2 

Stanton B farming R R 2 

Slaplcton Jos farming R R 1 

Stark Jas L agt C P R and Dom 

Express 
Stevens Florence dom science tchr 
Stewart Harry fanning 
Stockand Mrs G r.tircd 
Story F mixed farming It R 2 
Story J mixed inrniing It It 2 
Street A J cattle-ranching 
Street C I, cnrpenler 
Stringer W A rarniinc R R 1 
Stuart G M dairy farming 
Stu.irt H i: farming It R 1 
.<wii7.. r Dlivo M t.acher 
Tapp C J raltle-ralsing 



Teksey J mixed farming 
Thackcrnv J O M )ioullrv-i 
Th.al \V R Utookwcll 



Verion Geo farming P. R 1 
Vickerson C B farming R R 1 
Vickerson W J farming R R 2 
Volpe John D farming 
Wade H Ir editor Chilliwack Progress 
Walker Andrew D farming R R 1 
Walker J R mixed farming R R 1 

mixed farming R R 1 
Walters Robt farming R R l 
Walton E larming R R 2 
Warren C farming R R 1 
Watson A S with Home-Makers Ltd 
Watson D C (Watson & Thomas Hdw 

Co) 
Watson John farming R R 1 
Watson & Thomas Hardware Co (D 

C Watson F G Thomas) 
Webb Chas W elk and treas Chilli- 
wack municipality and sec school 
board 
Webb Geo mgr B C Sub Sta 

j Weeks O A barber 

I Wells Wm police commr 

t Wells Wm M farming R R 2 

I Welsh Geo H farming 
Welsh John J farming 
Weston J A farming It R 1 
White C P & Co notions 
White F S farming It It 2 
White Robt mech T L Lillic 
Whlttaker C J * Co harness 
Wickham E O shoes 
Wicks T P farming R R 2 
Wlgglcsworth F musician 
Wigham Bros poultry-raising H R 2 
Wilkinson N C of Eraser Valley Taxi 
Wilkinson Ken A farming 
Williams Miss M teacher 
Wilson J R dairy farming 
Wilson M S wall paper paints 
Wilson P Hamilton police magistrate 
Wilson Wm lineman Chil Tel Co 
Wilson W farming 
Wlnthrop T mixed farming R R 1 
Woodworth C A mail carrier R R 1 
Workman Harry driver Thos Bonny- 
castle 
Workman R S farming R R 2 
Wright E clerk Koval Hotel 
Wrinch L E t.nrniing R R 2 
Toung A .\ b. .-k. .ping 
Young A .V farming 
Young C M poultry-raising 

CHIMNEY CKEEK 

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and 2.1 
House. 1 
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the <\iril.oo Itoad. 
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CHINA BAR 

a Mag slatloii 
miles west of 
Prov. Elec. I "is 
residents. .N'orth 
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CHINA HAT 

an Indian loBginp and fishing village 
on the Vancouvtr-Prince Rupert 
route of the Union S.S Co.. 345 miles 
nw. of Vancouver and 137 south of 
Prince Rupert. Population. 100, all 
Indians with Philip Brown as chief. 
Address mail China Hat. via Union 
S.S. Co.. Vancouver. 
Brown Philip general store 
Edgar Geo missionary 

CHINOOK COVE 

a P. O. and station on the C.X.R. (the 
P. O. and Dom. Govt, telephone is 
1 >,3 miles west of R. R. station 
across the North Thompson River, 
reached b.v Government Ferry), in 
Kamloops Prov. Elec. Dist.. 47 miles 
north of Kamloops. Population of 
district. 130. Uocal resources: farm- 
ing and R. i:. tics. 
BoureKard Isaiah J farming 
Bryan Henry farming 
Carlslrom Chas farming and ties 
Darling J farming 
Foster A I. farming and P M 
Goodridge Reginald H farming 
Graffund<r Carl farming 
Hagen Ole S farming 
Hillman John farming 
Howard Thomas P farming 
Janniiig H ties 
Johnston Kmrick farming 
Johnston I'.-tf-r A farming 
Kelson Charles A farming 
Paulc Joseph prospecting 
Peterson Herman farming 
Price Herbert farming 
Rosen Adolph J farming 
Sanborn Arthur H farming 
Salle Krnest farming 
Schilling Fr.,1 farming pn.speeiing 
Schilling Josei.h farming 
Schmidt Krn.st ti.s 
Smith John J farming 
Smith Maurice J farming 
Stutz Hans farming 
Wells Ray E farming 
Wright Duncan I- farming 
Wright Henry D farming 

CHOATE 

a cattle loading siding and piissing 
track on C. P. H.. 7 miles w.si of 
Tale, on north side of Fraser Ri\er 
Yale Prov. Elcc. Dlst. Local re- 
sources: Hug-raising potato growing, 
fishing and game hunting. 
Clarke & Stuart Co Ltd ranching 
Luddington Milton farming 
Wotton \V T mgr Clarke & S C. 

CHOPAKA 

a flag station on O. X. R.. In Slmll- 
kamecn I'rov. Elec. Dlst.. 17 miles 
south of Keremens. at International 
boundry. No agent or local resiilents. 

CHRISTIE SCHOOL 

on west const ..f Vaneouv.r Island, 
rejiohi-.l by t'. P. R. See names under 
Knkawls, the 1'. i I. 

CHRISTINA 

a Mag station on the c Iv R. 
Nelson-Vanroiiver line, on Christina 
Lake (IJ nill.s long), 4 miles east 
of Fife and U' mil. s oast i>r Grand 
Forks, in iirnnd Forks I'n.\. Elec. 
Dist. 

CHRISTINA LAKE 



way the C. P. R. at Fife. l',4 miles. 
18 miles east of Grand Forks. Near- 
est telegraph C. P. R. at Cascade. 3^ 
miles. Has B. C. telephone. Popu- 
lation, 40. 

Beach Wm H gen store hotel 
Brown Geo C postmaster 
Benninger Thomas ranching 
Chase Grant ranching trapping 
Graham John W contractor 
Johnson Ole fishing 
Johnson Frank fishing 
Ludwig John ranching 
Reading Edward ranching 
Rosennuist Joel ranching 
Sandners Charles ranching 
Seggic Charles ranching 
Wilkinson Alick ranching 
^Vilkinson Harry ranching 
Wilkinson Wilfred ranching 
Wilson Geo ranching trapping 

CHTJ CHUA 

a P. O. and station on the C. X. R. 
and No. Thompson River, 55 miles 
north of Kamloops, in Prov. Elec. 
Dist. of Kamloops. Has G. X. W. 
telegraph orliee and Dom. Govt, long 
distance teleiihone ofllcc, ollicc of sub- 
recorder Kamloops mining division. 
Has public school. Population, 50 
whites, and 270 Indians in reser- 
vation adjoining. The Windpass 
Mine Is 7 miles north east — con- 
siderable gold bearing ore has been 
shipped. Local resources: Farming 
and mining. 

Campbell T H farming and of Wind- 
pass Mine 
FENimt GEORGE. General Store. 
Mining BecorUer, Postmaster, Sec 
School Board and Farming-. 
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Nichols C y. sta agl C N R 
Popp Jacob J niLxed farming 
Willis John J mixed farming 
Windpass Mine O Horgan. T 11 

Cani|»bell * Ole Johnson own.TS 

gold mining 

CHURCH HOUSE 

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ment at entrance of Bute Inlet. 
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Snarch Gus trapper 
Snider John trapper 
Thompson Walter settler 
Thomson Mrs \Vm fren store P M 
Traf Bernard m^r O B L Co 

CHUTE LAKE 

a staticn en the Kettle Vall.>v Kv.. 
29 miles northeast of Penticton. in 
So. Okanairan Prov. Klec. Dist. No 
aeent or local residents except sec- 
tion crew. Timber, fishing and 
hunting. 

■\Vorthineton Roy section foreman 
CIRCLE CITY 

a mininpT camp on I^rdo Creek. 14 
milts northeast ot Trout Lake City. 

CIRCLE J RANCH 

a Dnm. Govt. Telepraph ofrice. in 
the Kamloops Prov. Elec. Dist.. 1 
mile east of Adelphia. the P. O. 
Eulman J agt Dom Govt Tel and 
•ranching 

CISCO 

an Indian reserve on the C.X.R. and 

C.P.R. and Fraser River. 6 miles 

southwest of Lytton. the nearest 

telegraph and P.O., in Yale Prov-. 

El.c. Dir.t. 

Adair M CPR tunnel watchman 

Urquhart Wm CPR tunnel watchman 

CLANWELLIAM 

a station on summit of EaRlc Pass 
on the C.P.R.. Omiles west of Revel- 
slokc. In Rcvolstokp Prov. KIoc. ni.st. 
.Vuto road connecting Revelstoko in 
course of construction. Xo agent. 
No rosldent.i except section cr.-w. 
Post Olllcc address Is Three Valley 
Blatccki Michael sec foreman CPR 
Thlbad(.iu P watchman CPU 

CLAPPEETON 

a st.itlon on the K.V. Ry.. 10 miles 
southeast of Spincc's Bridge. In Yule 
Prov. Klce. Dist. Spence's Bridge, 
the P.O., in nearest telegraph ollicc 
of C.P.R. and O.X.W. Population. .iO. 
Local resources: Ranching. 
Albert Joe stock-raising 
Karl Frank stock-raising 
Fuller IJ V minor 



rgo Ji 
Henry John 
Jimmy .\lik 
Joe Antli. 1 ■. 
Mablo J,)M 
Mlcklesoti i: 



tock-rnlsing 



Kazakoff James farming 
Makertoff James farming 
Salikin Vasil farming 

CLAYBURN 

a P.O. and village. 5 miles south of 
Mission. Fraser Vallev. in Chilli waok 
Prov. Elec. Dist., on B.C. Elec. Rv.. 
and C.P.R. Seattle branch. Has C.P.R. 
Telegraph, Presbyteriian churcli and 
public school. Population. 4no. Local 
resources: Brick manufacturing, far- 
ming and stock-raising. 
Baker S farming 
Ball J W supt Clayburn Co 
Benson Bros farming 
Bullock Arthur farming 
Bullock Reginald butcher 
Case J billiards etc 
Clarke S H farming sec G AV V V 
Clayburn Co Ltd J \V Ball supt 

brick mfrs 
Clayburn Society AV Brook sec social 

welfare 
Cooper-Seldon Co general store 
Cooper R A of Cooper-Seldon Co 
Crulckshank Alex farming and hogs 
Dwycr W J brickmakcr 
Enefcr Bert shoe repairing 
P'ort R Matsnui .Man Health ollicer 
Fox Geo brickmaker 
Freck Mrs A boarding house 
Giles K burner Clayburn Co 
Giles Jean clerk 
Good S brickmaker 
G W V A S H Clarke sec 
Green A agt B C Kl.c Hv 
Ham A M agent CPR 
Hanson J buttirmaker 
Hastie Al.x dairy f.irming 
Healey .\ C mixo.l farming 
Hill J H brickmaker 
Kay A A foreman Clavburn Co 
.McCulloch R chief elec i: C F.le,- Ry 
Mclnnis Rev J Presbyterian min 
McMiirran Saml clerk 
Mercer Frank farming 
Montgomery John K farming 
Phlnney H S mixed farming 
Piatt Harry moulder 
Port R H physician 
Purvcr C stock raising mixed larm- 

Ing 
Richmond Hugh moulder 
Robertson Frank farming 
Roncato A dairy lariniiig 
Rowles Thos II fanning 
Scldon T F of Co,,, r-Sel.lon C„ PM 
Shone T K clerk CI 



Silvls 



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CLAXTON 

11 I'.t>.. salmon cannery and cold stor- 
age plant LM miles from Prince Ru- 
pert and (til north of Vancouver, in 
I'rlnco Rupert Prov. Klec. Dist., on 
Lower Skoena River, renclicl by 
Inlon SS. Co.'s bo.-xts. Population, 
ilurlng canning s<>ason, 300. Includ- 
irig tj Chinese, HO Japanese, CO In- 



\V:\IIace 



sherles Ltd The 



Simpson — farming 
Smeston W L farming 
Telfer J bkpr Clayburn Co 
Thompson K brirkmkr Clayburn Co 
Trimnal R L eleotn B C Eire Uy 
Trousdale T brkmn Clayburn Co 
Turmel Jean fanning 
Virtue Matt L cKctn Clavburn Co 
Watklns H V. 
Wilson T 7. farming 
CLAYOQUOT 

a P.O. and settlement on Stubbs 
Island, southeast of Mears Island, 
on west co.ist ,>f V.incmiver Island, 
about I-.M . r I, ..h.v.st of Vic- 
toria. In ^ ' ' ' I i:iec. Dist. 
H.ns Govt , ■ I ihlie school 
nnil orll.-.- . ' ,l . ,>rder Clay- 
nu,,t .Miiiiii- III I ■ It Is the sup- 
ply slalioM U'l- iisl,im; boats through- 
out the district, niul Is reached by 
C.P.R. west coast steamers from 
Victoria. Local resources: Fishing, 
llmbir and minerals. 
P.i.kwith .1 L mgr C S Canning Co 



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Clayoquot Hotel T Dawley prop 
Clayoquot Sound CanniriK Co (Vic- 
toria) J L Beckwith mgr salmon 
Colburn Frank loKeinp 
Dawley Clarence loc mcr I.' F & C S 
Dawley Walter T gen store .Mining 

Recorder and JP 
Olbson W F lofTBinc 
1} W V A. K G lirown see 
rjrice Arthur emp L" F <i- C S 
Johnson John acct store mur JP 
Lyche Norman K land surv 
Pollock Robert liKht kpr Lennard Isl 
Sloman James gen store 
Sutton Lumber & Trading Co Ltd 
Inion Fisheries & Cold Storage Ltd 

Clarence Dawlcy loc mgr 
Walker Arthur elk 
Walter W N miner 
Williams J A Prov Constable 

CLAYTON 

a station on G.N'.R.. 2 miles south of 
Cloverdale. on B.C. Electric Ry., in 
Delta Prov. Elec. Dl.«t. Local re- 
sources: Farming. Address mail via 
R.R. 3. Cloverdale P.O. 
Barrows Winslow poultry-raising 
Blanchard Wm poultry-raising 
liollvar H poultry-raising 
Clayton Lumber Co 
Crosby J L poultry-raising 
Dempster J farming 
Duark R poultry-raising 
Ebben F J general store 
Elwcl J farming 
Elwood J poultry-raising 
Foulda Pros poultry-ral.sing 
Gillis J farming 
Grant Robt lorming 
Harlow Wm boc-keeplng 
Hodglns Kd farming 
Husband Hrnry poultry-raising 
Husband Lome poultry-raising 
Jex A poultry-raising 
Laurence Geo farming 
McCallum H L farming 
XlcCasklll J farming 
McGregor Ja.H farming 
McKerachrr W II poultry-rai.slng 
McLaren T farming 
Mcsser J farming 
Monroe Alex nilxid farming 
Monroe Geo Inrmlnc 



Pett C poult 



Seatter Geo farming 
Sentell F farming 
Severaen J poultry-raising 
Slmmonds Alf farming 
Stone Ed farming 
Terpstra K poultry-raising 
Vroom C farming 
Vroom R poultry-raising 
Westby J larn.lng 
Worthlngton Geo poultry-raising 

CLEARWATER 

a station on the C.N'.R.. 6 miles norll 
of lilackpool and 7 west of Ulrcl 
island, in Knmloops Prov. Floe. Pis 
lla-s Dom. Govt, lung distance tele 
phone olllre nnd )uiblir srhi>ol. .•<.■ 
names under Uaft lllver. the P.O. 



CLEW CUMSHEWA 

an Indian vill.-iu- oi 
Moresby Islaiwl. Qn<; 



CLINTON 

a village P.O. and station on in< 
Cariboo road and P.G.E. Ry.. in Lil 
looet Prov. Elec. Dist.. 34 miles nortl 
of Ashcroft. Oflices of Prov. Govt. I 
Agent, Land Commr Lillooct Land 
Recording Dist. Prov. Police Chief I 
Constable. Gold Commr Clinton Min- 1 
ing Division and District Registrar 
Supreme and County Court. Has 
Presbyterian church and public 
school. Population. 20(i. Local le- 
sources: Mixed farming and stock- 
raising. 

Aiken Frank E chief constable Lil- 
looct police district 
Baker Allan cattle and farming 
Eaker Fred ranching 
Parker J sheep-raising 
Earton Dorothy steno Prov Govt 
Harton Thomas mixed farming 
Lishop James cattle-rajsing 
liishoj) J A mixed farming 
llotterill Matt portable sawmill 
Boyd Ira mixed farming 
Boyd John t; mixed farming 
Boyd J D forest ranger 
Hoyd Samuel S express 
Chec Kco * Co Chinese nurchaiits 
Clarke Richar.l sh.ep-raising 
an Indian village on the ii ea >•( 
Clinton Hotel Charles Menier pro|- 
Collins Bert mixed farming 
Cullen 1« D teamster 
Cullen T G teamster 
Paroueh Niel ranching 
Daunt A <) ln<li:in agent 
Delaney Wm sli.ep-raisnir 
DEI.CO-I.IGHT PRODUCTS. P Ham. 

moncl A?t, Xamloops. 
Doerlng Chas farming 
Dougherty Chas A ranching 
fJougherty Eilward ranching 
Dowrell Reginald A elk Prov. G..\ i 
Empire Kesiaurnnt & Rooming 

House. Charlie Nuni prop 
Ferguson IM cattle-raising 
Ferguson Robert ranching 
••"raser Robert gen store 
Gaspard 1" ranching 
G W V A. J D Uoyd sec 
Haddad Ji>s B jeweler 
Hamilton F S mixed farming 
IlekmillerF prov constable 
Hlnkcs A M mgr Stewart (.'alvert A,- 

Co Ltd 
Horan Harry P general store 
Hunter A G dairying 
Janes Oren O cattle and farming 
Johnson James L mixed farming 
Johnston Miss Mae school teacher 
Kerr Isaac N mixed farming 
Koclkenbock Herman barber pool 
Kong Knm Wing Co rest gen store 
Ki.stcr II cattle-raising 
Lel'.ourdnis Eleanor postmistress 
l.el'.iairdais P govt telegrraph agent 
I.. \ le hi I' .\ sla agt 
I,, 11 I farming 

\' ' ■ '■ ■ ' I - C garage 
I 1 iin auto driver 

M. I,. 1 MehlbnId MPP and see 



road snpt 

o ranching 

farming 



AUTO 
RADIATOR 

& 
LAMP CO. 



For wrecked or 
badly frozen rad- 
iators — We make 
complete cores. 



Our Prices are 
Reasonable. 



We Sav« You 
Time and Money. 



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VANCOUVER 

B. C. 



Pacilic 



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Parke P eattle-ruis 



Co., Hi 

R H.Wright. Mgr 



We make a Speci- 

>lly of Financing 

Oil Companies and 

Handling Oil 

Leases 

SEE US 

development in 

Frascr Valley 
Oil Fields 

Phone Sey. 2600 

612 Sl.od.rd Btoli 
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COMMERCIAL 
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ESTABLISHED 1909 

A select school (or 
businesstraining— 
■mall classes. 

Individual 

Teaching 

All students per- 

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and recommended 

by 

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Parke T cattle-raising^ 
Parke Stanley mixed farming 
Patton Thos S teamster 
Payne John C mixed farming 
Pigeon Ernest P !■' X larmine 
Pigeon Joseph mixed ranching 
Pigeon ilark teamster 
Pocock Thos farming 
Pollard Mrs Kezia mixed farmim 
Ritchie W P blacksmith 
Robertson Jas A cattle and farr 
Robertson John farming 
Robertson J K store mt:r 
Stewart Calvert & Co Ltd mfrs 

som salts A M Hinkes local m 
Stoddart David A 
Tong Sing cattle and farming 
Tresierra Alonzo blacksmith 
Tresierra Amelia rooms 
Walker Geo mixed farming 
Wallers Guy K mixed farming 
Warden J cattle-raising 
Wilkinson Wm sec Uig Bar Jlouii 

school board 
Williamson Ed ranching 



CLIO CHAJfNEL 

a lumber camp on the ,Okis Hnllow- 
Kingcorae Inlet route of the I'nion 
SS. Co. Address mail Clio Channel. 
via Union SS. Co.. Vancouver. 
New Ladysmith Lumber Co Ltd Imbr 
mfrs Geo Fox supt 

CLO-OOSE 

a P.O. and Indian village on south- 
west coast of Vancouver Island. 7.'. 
miles northwest of Victoria and -' 
miles from Nitinat Lake. There is a 
magnificent beach here, and an ex- 
tensive beach resort i.* under con- 
struction. Has Dom. Govt. Telegraph 
and life-saving station. 
Beauchcne .\ of Xitinat Logging Co 
Davies Jas lightkpr Carmanah 
Deakin Alfred of Nitinat Logging <.o 
Gladish S 

Logan David gen store ,^ ^ , 
Nitinat Logging Co (Alfred Deakm 
and A Beauchene) 



Cloverdale 



a P.O. and town on the G.N.H. and 
B.C. Elcc. Ry.s.. 13 miles southeast of 
New Westminster. Eraser Valley, in 
Delta Prov. Elcc. Dlst. Has B. C. 
Telephone olllce. .Methodist and 
Presbyterian churches, high and pub- 



.Vrmstrong & White (David 
strong S B G White) meat? 
Atchison Geo W larming bc^? 
Atchison H boc-kooping 
Auguslsen pool room 
Bam ford Albert fai 
Bank of Monlrca' 



dall 



Ic schools. Population. 300. Local I Harrows WInslow farming 
resources: Farming and lumbering. I liarton D S carpenlei 



rk Albert farming 
rk J W mixed fan 
^rson J mixed far 



mixed farmii 
Barton John farming 
Barton W S mlxeil larmii 
Beaton K mixed farming 



HIGHWAY GARAGE 



Chas. Harme 



Frank Carmichael 



On the Pacific Highway 

Repairing Accessories 

Greases and Oils 
Gasoline Tires 



Cloverdale 



Phone 3 British Columbia 



B. C. DIRECTORY 



Beekeepers Assn W Huehes sec 

Bennett E H mixed farming 

Bergman Alex farm ins? 

Bjornson R poultry mixed t'armin 

Blackwood A T U retired 

Blanchard Beuben \V farming 

Boothroyd G A farming 

Boothroyd J dairy farming 

Bose H mixed farming 

Bothwell J mixed farming 

Bothwell T A dairy farming 

Bothwell W mixed farming 

Bradbrook V R farming 

B C Telephone Co M Bruno nigr 

Brookes W H mixed farming 

Brown A il farming 

Brown I) W bees and fruit 

Brown Geo K farming 

Brown H farming 

Brown J J farming 

Brown J L farming 

Brown Jos T farming 

Brown P S bee-keeping 

Brown Thos J farming 

Bruno M mgr B C Tel Co 

Burns John L mixed farming 

Burrows A J gen store 

Calne Geo S farming 

Campbell David farming 

Campbell George postmaster 

Carncross & Hugh (Chas Carncross F 

Hugh) farm lands Ins nolarl>-s 
Cavers J C mixed farming 
Clark John mixed farming 
Clarke Geo loc mgr R S G P A 
Clay A E poultry-farming 
Clay Mrs A E sec Women's InsI 
Clayton Lunibf^r Co M Mclntyre mgr 
Columbia Hot<l Mrs J Watkins prop 
Connelly A 1". farming 
Constable Mrs farming poultry 
Cooper Arthur llshing 
Cooper A J poultry 
Cotton A K land surv 
Coullhard V J farming 
Crcclman J AV poultry-raising 
Croft H D iioullry 
Crosby J L poultry 
Currle A P mun assessor 
Curtis Thos S farming poultry 
Parroch J.S farming 
Davics L b. .-ko-i-ing 
»EI.CO-l.lGHT PRODUCTS. Modem 

UUUUes ltd, 360 Water, Voncon- 

ver. 
Dempster J T farming 
Dlnsmore A mixed farming 
Dlnsmore W A mixed farming 
Drinkwater Alfred bees farming 
Duark C H poultry-raising 
Duark Ralph E fiirming 
Dunn C C mixed farming 
Ebbon T J gc n store 
Edn\ondson (' I! poultry 
Khwll J W bi.s mixed farming 
I'lwood J poultry and lurming 
English >I M fnrmlng 
Eriokson Cai I rarniing 
E\.rall Archd farming 



CLOVERDALE 



Green Brock G farming 

P H fruit-growing 
Grillith W J customs olHcer 
Hadden A\" J mixed farming 
Hagell Ernest farming 
Hamel Ernest mixed farming 
Hamel E P mixed farming 
Hardwick F J mixed farming 
Hardy H farming 
Hardy Thos W farming 
Hardy J E mixed farming 
Harme Chas of Highway Garage 
Harper H mixed farming 
Harris Wm mixed farming 
Harris Wm J farming 
Hartnell J mixed farming 
Hennessy D S mixed farming 
HInchcliff Mrs E farming 
Hicks \V mixed farming 
HIGHWAY GAS AGE (Chas Harme 
and Prank Canmchael) Auto 3e. 
pairing-. Accessories, Greases, Oils, 
Auto Tires, Gasoline Station. (See 
Advt.) 
Hodglns Ambrose E farming 
Holt Mrs John gen store 
Hornby II mixed farming 
Horton Rev M M.,th minister 
Hugh F (Carncross & Hugh) 
Hugh \V bees sei- Beekeepers Assn 
Hunter David farming 
Hurford John H farming 
Husband Hy farming poultry 
Inglls R S bees and farming 
Inglis T C mixed farming 
Jacobson J farming and bees 
Jex Alfred C farming 
Johanson Hans farming 
Johnson R O farming 
Johnson Daniel farming 
Johnson D A dairy farming 
Johnson E W mixed farming 
Johnson Gus farming' dairying 
Johnson Hans shoemaker 
Johnson John farming 
Johnson N \V mixed farming 
Johnston C teller Bk of Montreal 
Johnston James mixed fanning 
Johnston H T farming 
Jones John H farming 
I Joni's liliver P farming 
I Jon^s \V poultry mixed furming 
Joo. s W r larinlng poultry 
Koarv John farming 
Kellliack J mixed farming 
Kellaway Albert C farming 
Kellaway F J mixed t'urming 
Kendnll N V mgr Bank of Montreal 
Kicid \Vm >! farming 
KItzzel <^. mixed liirming 
L,amb Alex mixed larming 
Lane O C poultry and fruit 
Lawrence Ceo farming 
Lemnx C\-nr rierk Surrey Dist 
Miulahl ll.nrlk farming 



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Fallow Itel.l TIh.- 
Fluiiiorlelt \\' V 
Ford J J retired 
Foiirnler .V bnk. 



nil M iiiix.-d fanning 

ill It mixed farming 

L. V ("has .V customs familng 

lid II .V real est agt Peniber- 

v r. iiii\i-d farming _ 

:or .1 mixed fanning 

re John mixed farming 

re M mgr Clavton l.br Co 

(li- I! I' poult rv-ralsing 

I Ceo fanning 

1 * MeKav 1 U 1! McLean W .\ 



HDRPHY 
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Stationers 
and Printers 



7 99 
Granville St. 

Cor. Robton 

Vancouver 



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B.C. 

Distributors 

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PROPELLED 

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This little auto- 
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harrows, cultivates 
mows, churns and 
grinds is indispen- 
sable to themodern 
farmer, market 
gardener or fruit 
grower. 
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VANCOUVER 

Belmont House 

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Mcsstr J mixed farming 

ilolyneaux W E mixed farming 

Morgan Kev Geo G Ang clergymar 

Morgan Geo W farming 

Morrison Geo blacksmith 

Morrison J mixed farming 

Moss Alfred C farming 

Munro G W dairy farming 

Murchison Samuel painter 

Murphy Alexander retired 

Xelson C H mixed farming 

Neumann Gustave F farming 

Nystron Eric farming 

Ormiston Andrew mixed farming 

Owen H agent GXR 

Oxenham Jas storekeeper 

Parker S elec B C E Ky 

Parr H V storekeeper 

Pemberton & Sons real est H A Mc 

Donald agt 
Ralne Chas poultry-raising 
Richardson Chas farming 
Ritchie D mixed farming 
Roberts Thomas farming 
Rose Ernest J mixed larming 
Royal Standard Grain Product; 

.\gency G<^o Clarke mgr 

Russell H W fruil-growing 

H pouItry-larmiMg 



CLOVER VALLEY 



If H 



The 
Star 
Printing 
Company 

W. Cbsi. Stewart, 

Proprietor 

ConiiiiPi'cial 
Priiilers aiiJ 



Scot 
Scot 
Scott J chauf 
Scott J mixed 
Scatter Geo fa 
Severson .lohn 
Shannon Rros 
Sharp Mrs W I 
.Shepherd R en 



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a station on the B.C. Elec. Ry.. and 
GXR 1 mile from Cloverdale, the 
P.O., in Delta Prov. Elec. Disl. Local 
resources: Farming. 
Jcnes M C farming 
Murphy A farming 
Parr H V general store 
Rose E farming 

CLOWHOLM FALLS 
a shingle camp on the Salmon .\rm 
of Sechelt Inlet, about 40 miles north 
of Sechelt. in Xorth Vancouver Prov. 
Elec. Dist. .\ddress mail via Sechelt 
P.O. 

B. C. Iowa Lumber Co.. Ltd. 
Carmody Patrick J foreman B C I L 
Co 

CLUB LANDING 

a steamer landing on the west arm 
of Kootenay Lake, between Nelson 
and Procter. 

C.N.R. JUNCTION 

the junction of the C.N.R. and C.P.R.. 
in Yale Prov. Elec. Dist., west of 
Ashcroft, the P.O. 

COAL CREEK 

a P.O. and coal mining camp 5 



iles 



Small E L awr t.hr 

Smith Andrew poultry-raising 

Smith Jame.s farming 

Smith .James mfrs agent 

Smith T W poultry-raising 

Spencer J M mixed farming 

Stannrd I" S cnKiii.or 

Stevens A r, d.ury farming 

Stevenson B mix.d farming 

Stevenson S niixi d farming 

Stewart John mixed larming 

Stewart W S mixed larming 
, Stone Ed mixed farming 

Stone \V A mixed farming 

Sullivan Thns J reeve Surrey Pist 

Surrey Women's Institute .Mrs A E 
Clay sec. 

Tarvns A mgr TGG 

Tarvos W Y C blacksmith 

Thrift J C r.-irmlni,' 

Triggs A C farmlni; 

Triggs G.o l'- faniuiig Ilshlng 

Triggs G poultry-raising 

Tucker Fml diiirymg 

Tuckcr T D inix.-l lurnilng 

United Grain Growers tB C) Ltd 
A Tnrvis mgr Hour f. .d 

Vroom Claude prmltry-rnlsing 

Vrooni R V p.nilti y-riilslng 
, Wn.le S .T mi\.il l.-\rnilng 



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LOOSE LEAF 
SPECIALISTS 



Prov 

Dist. Nearest Ry and toleg is C.l'.P.. 
at Fernie. which is the business 
centre. Ofllce of Prov. Police Chief 
Constable. Has Kootenay telephone. 
Methodist and R. C. churches, and 
public school. Population, 47:.. 
Local resources: Coal mining. 
Anthony Rev Father RC priest 
Biggs John overman CNPC Co 
Black Rev Bishop Meth clergyman 
Brown John saw filer 
Brown Robt asst supt CNPC Co 
Brown R J miner 
Canlield Bernard .supt CNPC C. 
Canlield John overman CNI'C 
Commons \V <>\ 
Coldwell C min 
Collins A \V Pr 
Coughlin Ed J 
Crow's Nest Pas 
Halle Isaac mining 
Hewitt John H bricklayer 
Johnstone R electrici.in 
Lauder F overman CNPC Co 
Lee John A m.- 
McGregor D bla 
ay C 



CNl 



Constable 



coal miner 



L-ch CN'PC Co 



_ _ CNPC Co 

Miard Mrs L T P.M. and sec school 

board 
Miller Wolllnr.ton J engineer 
Oliver John accountant 
Pearson John mgr Trites-'W'ood Co 
Schram Robert blacksmith 
Smith John H surveyor 
Tombasso Oswaldo 
Trites-Wood Co Ltd gen store, John 
mgr 



Phone Sey. SbOK | \\| 
812 PENDER ST. 

Vancouver 



I Wether.Tl jas D f;in 
White .lohn moat ir 
I White S H G (.Vrmsi 



Vincent t 
Workman 
Worthing 
Young .)< 


'.eo timekeeper 
Wm physician 

s" n' niec'haii'ic 


COAL HARBOUR 


on the no 

Ji:r'w:^t 

terminus 

M?.' Ho"r 

of the Co 


rth side of the 
y.nind. Van. Is 

of the llMnly ' 

Is niaiiilain.d 

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al Harbor prop 



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only permanent residents. Lumber- 
ing is being carried on by the Whalen 
Pulp and Paper Co., who have pur- 
chased the timber from the Coal 
Harbor Co., and as there are large 
deposits of coal on the property, min- 
ing is likely to be started in the near 
future. Quatsino is nearest P.O. 

COAXMONT 

a P.O. and station on the K V & G.N. 
Rys.. on the Tulameen River, about 
170 miles from Vancouver, II14 miles 
west of Princeton, and 4 from Tula- 
meen, in Similkameen Prov. Elec. 
Dist. Population, about S5. Has 
Dom. Govt. L D telephone office. 
Good fishing and hunting, and is in 
the gold-platinum district. Has pub- 
lic school and one church, used by 
any denomination; no clergyman. 
Local resources: Copper, gold, silver, 
steaming coal and lumbering. Just 
opening up coal mine, and shipping 
sbout 50 tons per day. 
Amberty John mining and trapping 
Amundsen Samuel prospector 
Anderson J A 

Barnard CharUs station agent 
Blank Chas mininx 
Bowen lien mining 
Brown J mining 
Burns M mining 
Bysouth Thos mine foreman 
Clotwonhy J mining 
Coalmont Collieries Ltd. Donald Mc- 
Lean mgr 
Coalmont Hotel, L X Marcolte mgr 
Cook Mrs K \V general store 
Cook John R truck foreman 
Faulds Miss M waitress 
Gaynor M prospector 
Gordon Andw prospector 
Gow J mining 
Hewitt John logging 
Holmes Ethel bookkeeper 
Holmes Hugh truck driver 
Holmes Thos farming 
Holmes Walter H road supt 
Hunter George ranching 
James Mrs Alice ranching 
Johnston John T mgr Cal. C & C Co 
Koch M section foreman 
Larkin Mrs 11 
Lockle A farming 
McBrlde Mrs H 
McDonald Norman mining 
Mcintosh Finlay logging 
McLean Donald mgr Coalmont Col- 
lieries Ltd 
McTavish Isaac gen merchant and 

P.M. 
MacLeod M W contractor trucks 
Marcotte L X mgr Coalmont Hotel 
Olson John section man 
Phillips Wni chr eng Coal Coll 
Pollock James pri..-^pictor 
Prendergast Jas I) hiinbcr and wood 
Princeton & Coalmont Luirrbcr Co 
Rabbit Thomas rnnching 
Ruddy 



Mr 



W T 



Spearing Augustus prospector 

Speck J mining 

Valley Lumber Co Ltd mfrs fir 

pine rough lumber 
Wheeler Joseph prospector 



Worgnn 
COBBLE HILl. 



Alexander H mixed la 
Bngctt U mixed i.irniii 
Unrry K W niix.d fun- 
Barry T r blacksmith 



Ins PM 



Bonner G E mgr Scott & Pedan 
Brooke-Wilkinson E mixed farming 
Busv Corner Store T L Johnston 
Canadian Bank of Commerce (Dun- 
can sub agency) A J Marlow mgr. 
Cheeke G A mixed farming 
Cobble Hill Hotel Mrs P T Stern 
Cobble Hill Garage I L Dougan prop 
Cobble Hill Grocery 
Copley F A sec Sylvania sch bd 
Cornish F W mixed farming 
Dann H & Son mixed farming 
. Dougan E A mixed farming 
Dougan E D mixed farming 
' Dougan J J poultry sec sch bd 
Dougan M P farming and sec Bench 

sch bd 
Easton W mixed farming 
Fall H T farming 
Frayne G mixed farming 
Freeman A\' J mixed farming 
Harris Harold J farming 
Hollings A E mixed farming 
HoUings H H mixed farming 
Hallings H S mixed farming 
Hughes Grirlith II cattle-raising 
Johnson T L general store 
Keene E H mixed farming 
Keenc Mrs E H sec Mill Bay Sch bd 
Lock & Sons 
McCavin R meat market 
MacFarlane Mrs E M 
McLay Robert sawmill 
McLeod V tomato-growing 
Manley W mixed farming 
Marlow A J mgr C B of C 
Xighlingale -V s.-c Shawnigan & 

Cobble Hill Farmers InstA: Agri. 

Assn 
Xott W H mixed farming 
Pembcrton F B 

Pen-y-wren Lodge Wm Hcyward 
Shawinlgan & Cobble Hill Farmers 

Inst and Agri Assn A. Xlghtlngale 

sec 
Sheppard I J mixed farming 
Stuart Mrs W H mixed farming 
Wall Dr C physician 
Walton Thomas H books stationery 

and groceries 
Wlngate While H B mixed farming 

CODY 

a mining town 2 miles east of San- 
don, which Is the PO. Population, in. 
Altitude 3,515 ft. 
.\rnot J teamster 
nvrnes Mike mining 
Hope Geo carpenter 
Huey John B rancher poultry veget- 
ables etc 
Lincoln Paul supt and mgr Xoble 5 

Mine and mill 
Patllson 11 compressor man 
Salt H O L compressor man 

COFFEE CREEK 

a steamer l.-i<ling on Coffee Creek, 
which Is 12 miles long and ru-.s Into 
Kootenay Lake 3 miles south of Alns- 
worth, reached by C.P.R. Xelson- 
Kaslo route steamers. 

COGHLAN 

a P.O. and station on B.C. Elec. Ry., 
Fr.^ser Valley line. 37 miles on.^t of 
Voncouver, 2.">'i from Xew West- 
minster and 12 from Cloverd.ilc, In 
i:i'C. DIst, Local re- 
iibering and farming. 
K.U. 1 Coghlan. 
i ll.aton .\ni,-iis tie dialer mfr rough 
I and dr.-.-s,-.i luiiib.r 
, nealon .Sr.liie running 
; Craig * Taylor mfrs rough and 
I dressed luinber 
I Depcnbrork II F mixed farming 



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Toys— Novelties 
Stationery and 
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Sundrie. 
Drug Sundrie. 
Hardware 
Specialtie. 
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ii^. Tower i 
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East India Lumber Co mfrs rough 

and dressed lumber 
Empire Oil Co (Van) drilling for oil 
Grant Alfred stock-raising 
Greer J W farming 
Hill Robert farming 
Hockings Eli mixed farming 
Howell L, C bee-keeping 
Ker F farming 
Little J E farming and stock 
JlcCom W farming 
Mclntyre M mixed farming 
MacDonald John mixed farming 
Manson — • farming and stock 
Pettcrson O H gen store and P.M. 
Poppy D W reeve and farming 
Radlet R W farming 
Rancher Geo farming 
Rerrie A A tie dlr mfr lumber 
Spears Samuel stock-raising 
Spence P mixed farming 
Tail Lumber Co, Kennedy & Booth 

mgrs 
Tegar Albert farming 
Tucker D farming and poultry. 
Wilburn W farming 

COKATO 

a mining settlement on the C.P.R., 
(no agent). 2',i miles west of Kernie. 
the P.O.. in Kernie Prov. Elec. Dist. 
Has public school. Population. S3. 



Keastc: 
Camcrc 
Carosa 



far 



P ranching 
section foren 
las mixed far 



ine 



IK rl.vshir.. R mining 
l>i. ken William ranching 
IHMsdale Chris mining 
Draper Robert mining 
Hardy 'Wm Jr mining 
lluhbcrsty Robert mining 
Hutchinson Arthur mining 
Hutchinson Harry mining 
Morley George mixed farmi 
Owen James mining 
Ro.iding Albert mining 
Tulky John mining 

COLD SPRINGS 



COLEBROOK 

a station on the G.X.R. and X.P 
U miles south of X.-w Westmiiis 
and 3 north of Crescent, in 1). 
Prov. Elec. Dist. and Surrey Mum 
pnlity. Has G.X.W. Telegraph. P 
ulation. 50. Local resources: I'm 
Ing. fishing and some good liml 
Address via Crescent P.O. 
Ahrons Harry fishing 
Reach Albert mixrd farming 



ling 



by stage from Burns Lake, the near- 
est railway and telegraph point, on 
G.T.P. Ry.. distant 35 miles north- 
east. Local resources: -Mixed farm- 
ing and stock-raising. 
Allen Toney farming 
Bankie William F mixed farming 
Brown. A E mixed farming 
Bugel John farming and stock 
Dalberg Olaf mixed farming 
Eastment Arthur mixed farming 
Eastment Jas poultry mixed farming 

and P.M. 
Finnigan Frederick mixed farming 
Finnigan William J mixed farming 
Humphrey Thomas mixed farming 
Jenkins Sandy mixed farming 
Johnson W O mixed farming 
Martin John mixed farming 
McNeil Wilson mixed farming 
Oknianski Kain mixed farming 
Oknianski Michael mixed farming 
Parrott Herbert mixed farming 
Ramsay Arthur L mixed farming 
Rayment John W mixed farming 
Robinson Asa mixed farming 
Short Fay S farming and stock 
Short John L mix. d farmnij; 
Sunde StalTen mixed larTi.irig 
Thomas Allan niisinl rariMiiiH 
Fnger Kurt mix'.l i:un.inK 
Wallace Paul mixed lurniing 

COLLINGWOOD EAST 

a sub-P.O. and \aiicouver suburban 
residential district on the B.C. Klec. 
Ry.. between Vancouver and .\e\v 
Westminster. Has B.C. Telephone. 
See names under Vancouver. 

COLLINGWOOD WEST 

a sub-P.O. and suburban district ad- 
jacent to Collingwood East. See 
names under Vancouver. 



a steamer leading on the west ci.a: 
of Vancouver Island, ueached b 
C.P.R. steamers from Victoria, S. 
names under I'ort .\lice. the P.O. 



COLONIAI, 

a salmon c 



COLQXnTZ 

a P.O. and farming settli-nunt i 
Saanich Prov. Elec. Dist.. .-. mil. 
n.w. of Victoria. Has B.C. Telephor 
Barker James fruit-growing 
Ifovill Capt O V 
Cameron Thos r.inching 
Chalmers Rov ranching 
Chandler Rov ranching 
Colnultz General Store A E ScaM 

prop and P.M. 
Coventry Hon T C, 
Creech Saml TI ranching 
Cummins .\ P Constable and Ganu 

kpr i'rov Govt Ph asnnt Farm 
Falckney I'rank mechanic 
Fisher Percy cattle dealer 
Garden City Woinen-s Inst. Mrs :\ 



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WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



ilcNut J ranching 
Molyneaux Mrs H 
Murphy Jos bcc-keeping 
Pringle H S solicitor 
Prov Govt Mental Hospit 



Prov Govt Pheasant 

Pryves G clerk 

Bobbins Jos teamster 

Russell Thos farming 

Scaife A E prop Colquilz Gen Store 

and P.M. 
Scrapie W C poultry ranching 
Tonell Chas teamster 
Van Decar H U bee-keeping 

COLTERN 

a P.O. and station on C.P.U. Nelson- 
Vancouver line. 8 miles n.-e. of Phoe- 
nix. In Greenwood Prov. Elec. Dist. 
The Emma Mine, operated by the 
Consolidated Mininsr & Smelting Co. 
of Canada. I,td.. is located here em- 
ploying 150 men. This is the P.O. 
and lly. station for Denoro. on iJ.N. 
Ky. Has public .school. 
Anderson Emil mining 
Bellefontaine M mining 
Benson Chas mining 
Brown It S mining 
Buchanan M J mining 
Chrislenscn A compressor engineer 

and sec school board 
Cramer Chas mining 
Cusek Mike mining 
Danlclson P E skip-tender 
Emard W A mining 
Emma Mine Edward .N'l.rdman supl 
Hanna C R shift boss 
Hansen I'ete mining 
Hufty Cha-s mining 
Hufty Ernnk mining 
Hufty W !•• bliirksmitirs helper 
Innes Warren blacksmith 
Isaacson 1 I) mining 
Johnson Alex mining 
Kennedy S mining 
Larson Gust mining 
I.Arson S mining 
Lcozowski John mining 
Lutncr Ed pipem.-in 
Lutncr Pete mining 
Mcintosh Jnm.s laborer 
McLeod U J llrcm.in 



Mil 



W S 



.Mine 



!<t mining 



Nord 
Olson E 
Parker 1 
Pcmberlon J carp and bd 
Potter Amos compressor 
Hassi Tony pumpninn 
Roberts Tom mining 
Sandstrom lien mining 
Slant W H mining 
Tronnson Wilfred mming 



COLUMBIA 

also known as West Grand Forks. 
See nanus under Grand Forks. 

COLUMBIA OAKOENS 
a P.O. 



nd fiirmlng settlement o!> 
miles south of .V.lsim and 7 -ast of 
Trail, on Cohimbin Illver. Trnll ITov. 
Elcc. Uist. on the G.N.U. Auto sl.-igc 
runs from and to Trail. Neartst t.lo- 
grapli point Waneta. on tin- G.N.K.. 
4 miles. Has Dom. Govt, long dist- 
ance telephone and public school. 
Population, 60. 

.Archibald Charles R mixed farming 
Uurrows Jas mixed farming 
Clemens Robert mixed fnrniing 
Davis Jonathan ranching 
Doughty John mixed fiirmlng 
I>rak8 F >l blacksmith mixed farming 

sec school b<iard 
Oroulngo pAelyn mixed I arming 
Groutage John mix.d Inrniii.g 
Hunter Jns fruit mixed laniilng 



Jewell J 

Jewell Wm mixed farming 

Leltch Mrs Anne postmistress 

McColin John mixed farming 

McColin Thos dairy and farming 

McDowall Alex mixed farming 

Medwick Steve sec foreman 

Morrison AVm mixed farming 

Paull Eben mixed farming 

Pipkin Jas dairy and farming 

Quayle Jas mixed farming 

South Kootenay Farmers' Institute 



chickens 



OOLVALLI 



a. »L.»tion and farming settlement on 
the C.I'.R. Crows -Vest line. ;S miles 
northeast of Cranbrook and ti east ot 
Wardner the P.O. 
Lamer Geo farming 
Kees Ed T farming 
Recs Henry farming 

COLWOOD 

a P.O. and station on E. & X. Ry . 
8 miles from Victoria, in Esquimau 
Prov. Elec. Uist.. reached by rail and 
auto stage from the city. Has Ang- 
lican church and public school and 
B. C. Telephone. Population. 300. 
Allen Walter poultry-raising 
Aviaries The S GoodaU prop canaries 

(Woodlands). _, , 

Bailey «c Elhcredge props Colwood 

Hotel 
Barr Itoslc A phone opr 
Hcesemyer Louis farming 
Rennet J mixed farming 
lirssemshlre Geo farming 
Blckford Wm retired 
lllogg C G mixed farming 
Ilugslag Peter carpenter 
Burgess Arthur S farming 
Colwood Hotel Bailey & Llheredge 

Colwood Women's Inst .Mrs M Seal 
sec 

Croft Ben farming 

I,>emers .Mrs L O grocer 

Dlckshaw J ranching 

Dronsheld J cowd.aler and carp 

Dunn W duck breeding 

Dunsmuir Hon James "The CnslK 
Hatley Park 

Frewing .V U & Co gen store 

Goodall Bros gen store 

(■;oodall C II I'of 

Goodall John H motor eng 

Goodall S prop the Aviaries. Wood- 
lands . 

Gossc Copt garden produce and light- 
houso kce|..r 

Graham Jns V farming and contr 

Hall C H laborer 

Harding J 'ngineer 

Homer itenjamln farming 

Hot Bros tish dealers 

I.lilille John farming 

Lohr Ruhnr.l ranchlnR 

Morris M dairying 

Morter A mix<(l larming 

Neal W J pi-uHry-raising 

p;\ln A poultry-ranching 

Parker .Mrs H sec school board 

Parker Harry H farming 

Pentt .Mired '!" rontr farming cattl* 

Pratt Leslie II farming 

Q\ n.-y 1> H dairying 

Itldiey t'iement farming 
Robinson Jas motor stage 
Robinson R W poultry-ranching 
Rook Producers Co Ltd sand aiu 

gravel 
Rf.se Hank 



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casing mileage, 
will eliminate 
punctures and 
blowouts. 



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call or write 
for folders. 

Factory and in- 
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Phone Scy. 8483 

VANCOUVER 



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Shields L: 



trdei 
blacksmith 



IF IT'S 

GLOVES 

Phone Sey. 7532 
or write 

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Mfg. Co. 



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CRYSTAL 

SPRING 



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Spring Water 
Supply ' 

1244 I 

Richardson | 

VICTORIA 

Phone 79. 




Thorn J C grocer 

Trenchard-forenian Ftock Prod Co 
Veness Charles poultry-raising 
\\ alsh C Gordon farming 
Williamson R school teacher 
\\-ishart J W farming 

COMOX 

a village and P.O. on Comox Harbor, 
(julf of Georgia. 60 miles northwest 
of Xanaimo. and 3 east of Courtenay, 
the nearest railway point on the 
E. & >.. Ry., in Comox Prov. Elec. 
Dist. Also reached bv C.P.R steam- 
ers from Vancouver. Has Govt, 
telegraph. Anglican. Presbvterian 
and R. C. churches. Population 200 
Logging, lumbering, cattle-raising 
dairying and farming. 
Anderton J E mixed farming 
.Vrdley Geo mixed farming 
Hall A B gen store 
Beadnell Dr D G retired 
Beadnell H H fishery inspector 
Beard Walton farming 
Beaton Father R C priest 
Beckensell A T mixed larniing 
Beckenscll Thos farming 
Bourne Mrs Ed bees farming 
Burchell C C mixed farming 
Hutchers Geo bee-koeping 
Carthew Donald carpenter 
Carthew Jas farming 
Carlo Phil poultry-raising 
Chalet The Mrs C C Piercv prop 

board rms 
Chappel Geo mixed farming 
Church A F B dairy farming 
Cliffo Ed T auto garage 
Cliffe Mrs Saml mixed farming 
Colllson Von Archd Ang clergyman 
Columbia Sister M supt St Josephs 

Hosp 
Comox Farmers Inst G C Bigelow 

sec Courtenay 
Cooper Geo mixed farming 
Curtis Jas mixed farming 
Davies Wm road supt 
Uavls E H dairy farming 
Downey Paul carpenter 
Dunbar Alex mixed farming 
Fletcher W U farming 
Gage Mrs W mixed farming 
Glddings John mixed farming 
Grant K millman 
Grieve J W farming 
Crist A mixed farming 
Guthrie Capt dairy farming 
Hart L millman 
Murvey B mixed farming 
Hiiwkiris Geo mixed farming 

ll.liii H mixed farming 



Xob Hill 



Pritchard X & J da 

Radford A I^ carp 
school board 

Raine T C wireless opr 

Romborough E clerk 

Russell H mixed farming 

Ryan D R mixed farming 

Ryan P AV mixed farming 

St Joseph's Hospital Sister M Col- 
umbia supt 

Sayer H mixed farming 

Scales H mixed farming 

Sleeman H dairy farming 

Smith H N surveyor 

Smith John engineer 

Smith Percival contractor 

Steele O bookkeeper 

Stevenson J mixed farming 

Stewart R M farming 

Sweeting R taxidermist 

Thomas G H & B mixed farming 

Vogel J mixed farming 

Ward C J B farming poultry 

West W^m mixed farming 

Wilcox Mrs E J gen store 

Wilcox Ralph wharllnger 

CONNAUGHT 

a station on C.P.R.. 5H miles east of 
Glacier, in the Revelstoke Prov. Eke. 
Dist.. at mouth of the famous Con- 
naught Tunnel. The climate is de- 
lightful and dry: elev. 3.50O ft: 
great scenery, fishing, hunting and 
trapping. Population, 20. Address 
mail via Glacier P.O. 
Cook Edward J tunnel watchman 
Fisher R E relief opr CPU 
Foster J night opr CPR 
Furiak Mike sec man CPR 



ion man 



Office 
Supplies 

Sey. 261 

306 Tower BIdg. 
Vancouver 



Kamasaky K 
Knight A mix 
Knight J V m 



Reddish R H agent CPR 

Sing Louis tunnel watchman 

Smith S R day opr CPR 

Spiker J trapper and hunter 

Wells J W tunnel watrhman 

VulU Samuel trapi.ing and hunting 

CONNAUGHT HILL 

a station on B.C. Elec. Ry.. Central 

Park line. See names under Xew 

Westminster. 

CONNERS 

ovt. L D Telc- 
from Kamloops 

the business centre, and 8 from 

Heflley Creek, the P.O. 

Conner J rancher and tel agent 

COOKSON 

a flag station ,.n K. V Ky., CO miles 

west of Mill'.. (1 Mil ! ,1 west of 

Carml. the r ' ' r. H' .A.,od Prov. 

Elec. Pist. -■ > . ,|,h C.P.R. 

at Ponlictou. • st. local 

Tamokas Alex .«;citluii foreman 
COOMBE 



north of Victoria. 27 south 
naiino. and 3 from The Beach. In 
Alboriii Prov. Kloc. Dist. H:is Dom. 
Govt, telegraph and local and long 

V'IsitIng clergymen. Poi.ulalion. 

20U. Local ri'sources: Sawmills an. I 
logging. Good shooting and llsliing. 



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COPPER KIVER 



Aubrey Geo bookkeeper 

Baker J farming 

Bullimore J ranching 

Burgoin Thos farming 

Busby Benj mill engineer 

Coombs Farms Inst J C Buck see 

Errington 
Eraberson A J of Eraberson & Hill 
Emberson & Hill (A J Emberson. 

C W B Hill) gen store 
Fallow H J ranching 
Fenn F A logging 
Ford Walter contr sec French Creek 

school board 
Foster James bricklayer 
Greer J ranching 
Gregory Wm ranching 
Hallen Ivor farming 
Hallowes Katharine B teacher 
Harris Fred section hand 
Henderson R farming 
Hewitt W J ranching 
Hill C W B of Emberson * Hill 
Hodge T B school teacher 
Jamlcson J millwright 
Johnston It W ranching 
Kelly J J ranching 
Kelly W K ranching 
Knight A ranching 
Krog John laborer 
McGowan I ranching 
McMasters T ranching 
Marson Thos sawyer 
Mullcr W ranching 
N'eden J W lanching 
Oumlt David carpenter 
Pearson M ranching 
Scott Kobcrt sec foreman 
Shaw G K ranching 
Shearnee B ranching 
Singh Amar supt Virginia Ubr Co 
Singh I-otman mgr Virginia Lbr Ci. 
Sinnott Frank ranching 
Stevenson 1", i.n.\isi..n niirohant 
Storey J K bookk. ■ii.t 
Strcno & Co S L\ri,j niwr shingle mill 
Thornhlll J ranching 
Tura Trueman mill tnglnoer 
Ueno S mgr Streno & Co 
Virginia Lumber Co Lotnian Singh 

mgr.sawnilll 
Voorman Geo laborer 
Ward C E ranching 
Ward W J ranching 
Ward W P ranching 
West John contractor 
Wilcox W M farming 

COOPER CREEK 

a steamer landing on Kooi.-nay Lake. 
4 miles from Lardo. the P.O., reached 
by C.P.R. Kootenay I.akc >' ' 
Kaslo-Lardo steamers fr 
Alexander James ranching 
Kedglord M ranching 

COPPER CITY 

see names under Copper River. 

COPPER COVE 

a summer camping ground for the 
Y. W. C. A., near Whytcclllie. on the 
P. G. E. Ry.. In No. V.mcouvor I'rov. 
Elec. Dist., 12 miles w.st of North 
Vancouver. The summer P.O. is 
Whyteclllfe. 

COPPER CREEK 

n station on the C.N'.R.. and a mining 
district on Copper Creek. 5 miles 
east of Savona. Has public school. 
Local resources: Farming and min- 
ing. Address mall via Seven Lakes 



farm 



Chester John stock raising 
Curan Philip mixed farming 
Edwards Chas gen store niix< 
Fullmer Danl mixed farming 
Hardi A mixed farming 
Leask Harry mixed farming 
Lindsay Wm mixed farming 
ilcWhinney M mixed farming 
Miles Andrew mixed farming 
Muirhead M P mixed farming 
Sharp Wm mixed farming 
Shemilt I R mixed farming 
Steele Wm mixed farming 
Welland Thos blksmith mixed farm- 



COPPER CREEK 

a logging camp 10 miles north of 
Skookumchuck, in Cranbrook Prov. 
Elec. Dist.. near Torrent, on the C. 
r. R., at which point there is a spur 
known as Rankins' Spur. Address 
mail Copper Creek, via Bull River 
P. O. 

Ncwland M prospecting 
Sarine Chas prospecting 
Rankins Wm logging tie contr Imbei 
mfr gen store 

COPPER MOUNTAIN 
a mining town of the Canada 
Copper Corporation. Ltd., of Alien- 
by. on Copper Mountain, which 1.-- 
5.0U0 It. high, and 12 miles south 
of Princeton, In Slmllkamecn Prov. 
Elec. Dist., reached by stage from 
Princeton. Has Dom. Govt, telcphoiii' 
ollice. Local resources: Copper min- 
ing, Allcnby is the P. O. 
Heaulieu T miner 
Uergulst C J miner 
Canada Copper Corporation Ltd B r 

Little supt 
Cessford A mining 

Corsl L miner , 

Freeman W E miner I 

Gardner R miner 
Graham J .\ miner 
Hoover K C S miner 
Little B P supt 
McKenzle A C miner 
McLellan J A miner 
Mulr T ."^ accountant 
.Murphy G E teamster 
N'onicland H mechanic 
ricklhall J miner 




SERVICE 

and Modern 
Art Studios 



Window Ditplayi 

and Back Ground. 

Deiirjned, Built 

and Initalted 

Scenics & Potters 
Theatrical Scene. 

Sign* and Show 



Decorating and 
Window Fixture! 



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COPPER RIVER 

a P. t). (station known as Copper 
City), on the G. T. P. Ry., !i'J n.il.s 
east of Prince Rupert. In the Pr.>v 
Eke. Di.st. ..1 Prince Rupert. IHIice 
of sub-reoordir Skeena mining divi-j- 
lon. Copper City Is the railway base 
for Copper Jtlver or Thornhlll 
.Mountain mineral claims. 



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VANCOUVER 

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1123GraDvincSt. 

VANCOUVER, 

B.C. 



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Agency 



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of DetectireWork 
undertaken. 



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world. 



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BUILDING 



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Government St. 

VICTORIA 



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FURS 

Taxidermy 

Makers of High- 
Grade 

Furs 

We Specialize in 

Remodellinjj 

Furs 

Rugs Mounted 

1029 

Granville Street 

VANCOUVER 



Skinner Bros (Leslie G and Percy R) 

Ren store 
Skinner Percy R mining recorder 
Turner T C it farming 
Walker A G farming 

COQUIHALLA 

a station on the K. V. and G. X. Rvs.. 
37 miles east of Hope and Is. west 
of Erookmere. the P. O.. in Yale 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Xo agent. 
Fontana J watchman 



Larsen E 

Parsons F sec foreman 

Wall D gang foreman 

COQUITLAil MUNICIPALITY 

See names under Burquitlam a 

Maillardville. 
Reeve — L E Marmont Maillardvil 
Clerk— Robt Xewman Maillardvill 



Passie 

Hotel 
Porter Wm stable foreman 
Reger F W civil engineer 
Roberts E J Jr mgr Flathe 



Rov 



Co 



W fir 



CORBETTS 

a Dom. Gov 



ovt. L. D. Telephone office, 
south of Merritt. the busl- 
rc and I'. O. 



nd 15 



i village on K. B. C. r 
southeast of lIcGillivi 
southeast of Michel. 



the C. P. R. 
Fernio Prov. Eloc. Dist. llllico of 
Provincial Police Constable. Has 
public school. Govt, telephone and U. 
C. Church with occasional mission- 
ary. Population. SoO. Local re- 
sources: Coal mining and logging. 
.\TUh..ny Krv Father R C priest 
i;.ir.Ti. Hi f.Tris sec foreman EBCR 
Harn.s J W powerhouse man 
Haytield J F physician 
B C Oil Co petroleum 
Blain Jas pit boss 
Homes .1 X conductor EBCR 
Burns P & Co meat market 
Carter Miss G 
Carter .Mrs Gertrude 
Cleough Geo electrical engineer 
Corbin Coal & Coke Co E L War- 
burton mgr 
Corbin Hospital Uoht Elliott phys 
Crosstleld J craneman 
Ctimb.rland J carpenter 
F.ncu Co R S Grd mgr 
Elliott T phvstci.'ui 
i:iliott Unbt i.hys Corbin Hosp 



Symonds mgr 
Flathead Trading Co gen 
Frey Frank electrical en 
Frick Wm agent EHCU 
Frick Mrs W H 
■Vgnes 



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I (I O F t;4 John Virgo sec 
.Jackson .T F master cari)entor 
Kees l'" stationary llrcman 
Knight ICIlznbelh 

Lancaster .James mgr I''lalhead 
Trading Co 



McHon.Tld .lolin R 
McDonald Margan 
McGladrey Wni llr 
McUiie U .1 lumlie 
Matt Jos brnkema 
Morgan A bniU.in 
.Murphy J T brak. 
Murphy W .S mast 



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Schulthus C J engineer EBCR 
Shipman G W prov constable 
Spencer Geo mgr Flathead Hotel and 

sec school board 
Superior Spruce Mills I^td millers 

and loggers 
Swallow Miss waitress 
Swallow J stationary fireman 
Symonds Vivian 
Truant L night watchman 
Tucker J lire boss C C .S: C Co 
Warburton E mgr Corbin Coal & 

Coke Co 



a flag station on the C. N. R. 
Patricia Bay line. Vancouver Island, 
near Sayward, the nearest P.O. 



a flag station on the G X.R.. .i 
miles west of Hedley. the P. O.. in 
Simllkameen Prov. Elec. Dist. Xo 
agent or local residents. 

CORFIELD 

a farming settlement at head of 
Cowichan Hay. Vancouver Isl.. in 
Cowichan Prov. Elec. Dist.. 1 '<: miles 
from Koksilah and 3'i southeast of 
Duncan. Koksilah is the nearest P.O. 
Corfield 1-; C farming 
Cortield G T gen store and cattle 

CORNWALLS 

a Dom. Govt, telegraph office. 12 
miles west of Kamloops. the business 
centre and I'.O. 

Cornwall Henry agent Dom. Govt, 
telegraph and ranching 

CORONATION 

a mining camp in the Bridge River 
District. 20 miles north of Lillooet. 
in Lillooet Prov. Elec. Dist.. re.iched 
by wagon road from Mission land- 
ing, on the P. G. E. Uy. 
Coronation Mining Co (Victoria 
Syndicate) gold 

CORTEZ ISLAND 

a P. O. on Corte/. Isl.. whirh is 16 
miles in length and lies to the north 
in the Straits of Georgia. 3n miles 
north of Comox and K east of Valdez 
Island, in Comox Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
reached by I'nion Steaniship I'o.s 

telegraph and telephone oilioes. and 
public school. Is visitnd monthly 
by mission ship Columbia. Hcv. 
Antic. Docal resources: Poultry- 
raising, hogs, goats and sheep, mixed 
farming, with small fruits and log- 



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Heesley E mixed farming 
Butler H W mixed fanning 
Bvers H mixed farming 
Carlin M J mixed farming 
Coates J A mixed farming 
Conlln M mixed fnrniing 
Cortez Islanil Farnn-rs' Institute Jas 
W Hurren sec 



C. DIRECTORY 



COUETENAY 



Dooring C mixed farming 

Donnell J poultry raising 

Freeman A B mixed I'arming 

lYoud H mixed farming 

Hagen H mixed farming 

Hawkins F G poultry-raising 

Herrenrig A mixed farming 

Horaarech A mixed farming 

Hurren Jas W sec Cortez Island 

Farmers' Inst 
Lambert John poultry and goats 
Lambert Thos logging 
Lennard Barrett W farming 
McLennan R H mixed farming 
Manson John farming sec sch brd 
Marquette M mixed farming 
Monters F mixed farming 
Morrison D mixed farming 
Paulsen E A mixed farming 
Petznick — mixed farming 
Pickles C mixed farming 
Scott Harry V poultry-raising 
Smith C P mixed faarmlng 
Smith R A mixed farming 
Tiber August mixed faraming 

CORYELL 

a flag station on the C. P. R. 
Nelson-Vancouver line, 4 miles east 
of Paulson, the P.O.. 2S northeast 
of Grand Forks, in Grand Forkes 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Only residents are 

Slastookin P section foreman 

COTTONWOOD 

a P. O. ranching and mining settle- 
ment on Cottonwood River. 21 miles 

northeast of Quesncl. in Cariboo 

Prov. Elec. Dlsi. reached by stage 

between Quesnel. Stanley and Uarker- 

vllle. iJom. Govt, telegraph and 

telephone. 

Barlow Thos H merchant 

Beaton A F housck-'. p.r 

Bolln H trapper 

Boyd A J housekeeper 

Boyd Harry T ranching 

Boyd John Est Mrs J F Boyd ad- 
min gen store hotel rancli 

Boyd Mrs J F admin John Bovd Est 
and P M 

Boyd Wm H ranching 

Grey liert mining 

Guthrie Henry mining 

Harper Wm mining 

Haws David J mining 

Sundbcrg A ranching 



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COTTONWOOD FLATS 

a station on the C. X. R.. 6 miles 
from Avola. the P. C. on main line. 
3S7 miles east of Vancouver, in Kam- 
loops Prov. Elec. Dist. Local re- 
sources: Lumber, piling, shingles, 
cedar posts. 
Scott J T farming 

COUNTY LINE 

a P. O. and farming settlement on 
B. C. E. Ry.. in Eraser Valley. Delta 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. 24 miles from New 
nster. and 3 from Mackays 
on the Eraser River. lias 
Population 
xed farming. 
Barnes Henry engineer 
Beaver River Lumber Co Ltd lumber 

and shingle mfrs. Head ollice New 

Westminster 
Betchowa Hermon mixed farming 
Blggart D mixed farming 
Bremner John mixed farming 
Dalrymplc Albert mixed farming 
Duff James mixjcd farming 
Elliott E farming 
Finch J mixed farming 
Gandais Julian mixed farming 
Harris James mixed farming 
Hjorth Oscar mixed farming 
Jackson \V gen store aand V M 
Kennedy Charles potato farming 
Lyons J mixed farming 
McPherson R sec Langley ilunici- 

pality 
MacKcnzie D dairy farming 
Mac Lean Wm mixed farming 
Mates Waller mixed farming 
Mathers V mixed farming 
Nelson J mixed farming 
Parish Wm mixed farming 
Rossetti Madame mixed farming 
Satterthwaithe Jas mixed farming 
i^empon Jas dairy I"arniing 
Sherlock Clarence mixed farming 
Sherlock J mixed farming 



a station on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest 
line. 4 miles east of Morrisey and 
6 east of Elko, the P. o.. In Cran- 
brook Prov. Elec. Dist. 




ELECTRIC 

STEEL 
CASTINGS 



Special 

Chrome 

Steel 

Mill 

Liners, 

Etc. 



'Opsal Steel 
I Co., Ltd. 

; VANCOUVER, 
B.C. 

Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 



Courtenay 



a city on the i:. & N. Ry. and Island 
>nghway, on east coast of Vancuver 
Island. 6S miles north of Nanaimo 
and 140 north of Victoria. In Comox ' 
Prov. Klec. Dist.. reached by E. * ; 
N. Ry.. good auto ronil. C.l'.R. and 
Union S S. Co.'s boats to Comox i 
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d.iirying and mlx.^d farming district 

the p.iints on' the Island Highway of 
Interest to autolsts en route up the 
island to Campbell River and Strath- 
cona Park. It has sand and gravel 
deposits, while principal resources 
are farming, coal mining and logging. 
Population. COO. 
Altken John Govt tel opr Dominion 

Express Agt 
Altken Dr T S dentist 
.Mexander L t<-aming 
Allies W H tallyman Curtenav 

Lumber Co 
ANDERTON V lEO, Real Estate. 

rirn and live Stock Insnrance, 

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R. B. DIXON, Proprietor . 



Courtenay is the centre of a rich farming 
and dairying district on famed Vancouver 
Island. The Courtenay Hotel is centrally 
located in Courtenay on the Island High- 
way en route to Campbell River and 
Comox. 



35 Rooms 



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LAND AGENT AND AUCTIONEER 




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Beadnell H H M fisheries overseer 
lieaton Alex road torcman 
Here E mechanic Ford Garage 
Berkley L 1 dairying 
Berntsen Ted autos for hire 
Bersey Harold H elk Comox Co- 
operative Soc 
Bigelow Geo C sec Comox Farmers 

Institute 
Bird VCm opr Comox Argus 
Blscoe F H F real estate insurance 

and financial agt 
Blalock J chicken ranchins 
Booth Percy of T Uoolh & Sons 
Booth T & Sons dry goods hardware 

and groceries 
Booth Wm of T Hooth & Sons 
Brackman-Ker Milling Co Ltd M S 
Stephens mgr Hour hay grain and 
feed 
BC Telephone Co Miss E E Slaughter 

local agent 
Brock F C pres Hoard of Trade and 

mgr Canadian I'.ank of Commerce 
Broughton li dairy-farming 
Brown C A furniture 
Burnett A painter 

Butters (Dr) .Major Thos L of Mil- 
lard & nutters 
Cairns J city police 
Cairns J truck driver Courtcnay 

Lumber Co 
Cairns T barber W Sutllft 
Callman K dairy farming 
Campbell 15 dairy farming 
Campbell Noil plancrman Courtenay 

Lumber Co 
Canadian Hank of Commerce F C 

Brock mgr 
Carroll Annie V elk T Booth & Sons 
Carroll W J mgr Comox Creamery 
Carter A V prin High School 
Carter K fallcr Gwilt Lumber Co Ltd 
Carter H cdgcrman Courtenay Lmbr 

Co Ltd 
Cessford Margaret elk P O 
Cessford K dairy farming 
City Meat Market A W H Shepherd 

mgr 
Cokelcy Lcroy S li C land surveyor 
Collins H J farming 
Colllson Arch II A Anglican clergy- 
man 
Comox Argus P.cn Hughes i)uhllsh.-r 
Comox Co-operative Snclety A Slen- 
housc mgr meat butt, r and fiirn) 

COMOX CREAMERY, W J CarroU 
Mgr, R W Hnrford Sec, Mfrs Bnt- 
ter and Feed Sealera. 

Comox Farmers Institute Ceo C 
Bigplow sec 

Cook Wm K elk Comox Co-Operatlvc 
Society 

Cooper !•; checker C.wllt Lumber Co 

Cooper llarolil. whsmaii lloyul Stand- 
ard Grain Products Agency 

COTJBTENAY GARAGE, T H Cuck. 

■ ey Prop, General Repairs, Acces. 

■ orlcs, Tlrea, Gns. Oils. Vulc.inlr.lng, 
Welding, Battery Charfrtng, Over- 
land and Chevrolet Cars. 

COURTENAY HOTEL, R B Slxon 
Prop, foot of Union and Island 
Highway. (See advt.). 

Courtenay Livery .-^lables Itobt H 



Cunningham Wilfrid driver T Booth 
& Sons. 

Cuthbert A bookkeeper Ford Garage 

Davis Isaac dairy farming 

Davis Oscar draying 

Dawley il B constable prov police 

DELCO-tlGHT PRODUCTS, Agency 
In Courtenay or Modern Utilities 
ltd, 360 Water, Vancouver. 

Denton Arthur mechanic Courtenay 



Dingwall Wm mech Goddard & 
Willemar 

Dixon R B autos for hire 

Dixon R B prop Courtenay Hjtel 
, Dominion Express Ollice John .Vitken 
local agent 

Douglas W second-hand dealer 

Doward Belle chambermaid Courtc- 
nay Hotel 

Drinkwatcr W P engineer Gwilt 
: Lumber Co Ltd 
I Duncan Wm mayor 

Dunham L L mixed farming and 
dairying 
, Dyer Frank prop Good Eats Cafe 

Edwards A J mach Ford Garage 
I Edwards J M asst mgr Courtcnay 
Lumber Co 

f;mblcton .\ E mixed farming 

Emde E C of Ford Garage 

Emery D Insp Gwilt Lbr Co 

Emery E G mgr Courtenay Con- 
densed Milk Co 

England Robt Prov Govt road frmn 
' Falrbairn M G mgr Riverside Hotel 

Farquhar Alex ledger Canadian Bank 
1 of Commerce 

1 Fechner O H prop Riverside Hotel 
1 and mgr Mai)le l.*ar Thialre 

Field Frederick of HIcksbeach & 
I Field 



Success 

Business 

College 

Limited 

Business 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 

i Clerical 

Secretarial 

Combined 

Beginners 

I and Higher 

'Accountancy 

Courses 

|Main&10(h 
Vancouver 



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Courten:iy 
l)onald 
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dressed 

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FltZBcrnld Reginald Prov 
foreman 

Flylsawa S tailor T Yonedo 

Fletcher Ernest boat build, r 

Fletcher J Allan of Fletcher & 
Richards Lumber Co 

Fletcher & Richards Lumber Co 
mfrs of rough and dressed lumber 

Ford Garage Emde «: Wain props 

Forde H D trav salesman 

Fowler Thos rigging man Gwilt 
Lumber Co Ltd 

Frnser .M taller Gwilt Lbr Co 

Gathouso G D elk \V G Robertson 

Gay August Jr supt Courtcnay 
Lumber Co 

Gillespie Kathleen waitress River- 
side Hotel 

Goddard N A of Courtcnay Vulcan- 
izing Works 

Good Eats Cafe Frank Dyer prop 

tlovt Telegraph Olllco John Allken 
ngt 

(iniham G O mgr hardware T Booth 
.N. Sons 

ilrriimrcr James acct Canadian Bank 
1.1 Conimerre 

.; W" V A O W Stubbs sec 

Gri.vi- J W watchman Court. nay 
Con.lcnse.l MilU C.- Ii LItll. Ki\ .r 



OWII.T liUMBER CO tTB, Thos 
Owllt Mgr, Mfrs Rough and Dres. 
sed Kiln Srlcd Iiumbor, 



HARDY O J, Real Estate, AucUon- 
cor, riro and Antomobllo Insur- 
ance, Notary PubUc, Etc. (See 
ftdvt.). 



AddifiK n3cliiiie 
ol Canada, LM. 

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.Vddini!, 

Bookkttping ind 

Cilcol.linK M.cbioei. 



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M.1n.1,Trl,.r ItA. 

106 DUNCAN BLDC. 

119 PF.NDF.R, W. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



Victoria 
Book and 
Stationery 
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Retail 



OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
DESKS & CHAIRS 
BOOKS, MAPS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
BLACKBOARDS, .tc. 
PHOTO SUPPLIES 
ADMIRALTY- 
CHARTS 
SURVEYORS' 

SUPPLIES 
TYPEWRITERS, etc. 

1002 
Governmenf St. 

VICTORIA 



COURTENAY 



Harmston Viola tester Courtenay 

Condensed Milk Co r The Orchard 
Harrigan ^V dairy farminc: 
Harris C AV bkpr Danl Killpatrick 
Hellan Paul planerman Gwilt Lum- 
ber Co Ltd 
Helm Christine elk Jeffery Hannav 
Hepburn R locomotive lireman Gwilt 

Lumber Co Ltd 
Herd A H 
Hickman & England dairy farming: 

HICKSBEACH & rrELD (E H Hicks, 
beach and F Field), Real Estate, 
Insurance, Financial Agents and 



C. DIRECTORY 



rough and 



Notaries Public. 

Highet Campbell : 
ard Grain Prodi 



A got 



Hodgson W mixed' farming 
Hopkins Saml H disl supt agri edu 
Hornby James elk C H Tarbell & Son 
Horwood F dairy farming 
Hubaiid W poultry-raising 
Hughes Ben of Comox Argus 
Hurford R V mixed farming 
Hutton W dairy farming 
Hyde Capt James Presbyterian min 
Hvman \\"m slsmn Brackman-Ker 

-Milling Co Ltd h L'nion Bay Rd 
Ibbotson W AV dairy farming 
Idens H mixed farming 
Idrns AV correspondent 
Irwin J D contractor 
Johnson T mechanic Kurd Garage 
Johnston John farming 
Jones Evelyn waitress Courtenay 

Hotel 
Joyce A farming 

Kay Jessie hkpr Riverside Hotel 
Kayzz H mech I'ord Garage 
Kerlon Alberl 
Kertoii Ernes 
Kerton Fred 

board 



Kilpatrick D 
dressed lumber 

Kobaykawa K dairy farming 

Kushida H I tailor 

Kwong Sing laundry 

Laurence R millwright Courtenay 
Lumber Co 

Ledgerwood J AV farming 

Lee Frank hook tender Gwilt Lum- 
ber Co Ltd 

Leighton G B blacksmith 

Leighton Harold blacksmith G B 
Leighton h Union 

Leighton Minnie opr B C Tel Co 

Leighton \Vm blacksmith G B Leigh- 



h Union 



carpent 



and sec sch 



Le Mere P tallyman Courtney Lum- 
ber Co 
Little David elk Courtenay Hotel 
Little Joseph elk Riveiside Hotel 

and mgr Little's J.tzz Band 
Little Robt elk Courtenay Hotel 
Lockhart Irene elk Ford Garage 
Lockhart T A sawyer Gwilt Lumber 

Co Ltd 
Loggie Elmer carpenter 
Loggie Harry carpenter 
Longland E dairy farming 
Luke \Vm X auto for hire 
McBrvde P bakery and tea room 
McDonald Elvena elk McBryde Tea 

Rooms 
McKenzie C 

l^umber Co 
McKenzie H 

Lumber Co 
McKenzie J W Jr of J W J 

& Son 
McKenzie J W * Son blacks 
McLaughlin Thos vulcaniz 

dard & Willcmar 
McLennan J mixed farming 
.McLeod J N mgr \V SutUii 
McLood Lila elk W" .SulUlT 
McLeod Rod.ri<k .Inv r i' 



boomman Cour 
boomman Cour 



RIVERSIDE HOTEL 



O. H. Fechner, Proprietor 



M. G. Fairbairn, Manager 




ON THE ISLAND HIGHWAY 



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McMullen C F carpenter Sadler W E emp T Unsworth 

McQuillan Liza teller Canadian Bank Scott J tisherman 

of Commerce : Shepherd A W H mgr City Meat 

McQuillan Kobt R prop Courtenay i Market 

Livery Stable i Sidaway R night clerk Riverside 

McQuillan K A teller Royal Bank of Hotel 

Canada ! Simms Chas jeweller 

Maclntyre J H mgr C H Tarbell & , Slaughter A G clerk Comox Co-oper- 
ative Society 



YARfA 



Dency millinery and dry I 



MacKenzie J J school teacher 
Malpass & Wilson S C Woodcock 
mgr grocers and provision mcrchts 
Maple Leaf Theatre O H. Fletcher 

mgr theatre 
Marsden Mrs J dairy farming 
Marsh G F mgr Itoyal Dank 
Mathewson W dairy farming 
Mattlce li E elk Royal Bank of Can- 
ada 
Mattice John H chauffeur cars for 

hire 
Millard Dr H P of Millard and 

Butters phys mun health olficcr 

Millard & Butters H P Millard and 

Major Thos L Butters physicians 

and surgeons 

Mitchell J M barrister and solicitor 

Mooring Ben blacksmith L'rquharl's 

Mill 
Morrison Hugh dairy farming 
Nakamara J dairy farming 
Nlckerson D B agent E & X Ry 
Owen Cole stock keeper Ford Garage 
Pacific Condensed Milk Co Ltd K G 
Emery mgr "Buttercup Brand" 
Parkin Jas elk Malpass & Wilson 
Pcarsc Thos dairy farming 
Pearse T barrister and solicitor 
Perez M fruit confectionery and 

cigars 
Perrott R If postmaster 
Perry John baker P McBryde 
Picrcy A dairy farming 
Piercy G millwright Courtenay Lum- 
ber Co 
Plggott Chas H prop City Meat Mar- 
ket h Orchard 
Piggott Maurice driver City Meat 

Market 
Pigott B helper Ford Garage 
Pigott Frank II gnrd.ner Courtenay 

Hotel 
Pigott Marjorie bookkeeper 
Pigott Muriel bookkeeper Malpass * 

Wilson 
Prain J dairy farming 
Quinn E eng Courtenay Lumber Co 
Quong Lee laundry 
Richards R S of Fletcher and Rich- 
ards Liiniber Co 
Richardson Capt W A Prov Govt 

assistant district engineer 
Rlckson J clothing mens furnishings 

boots and shoes 
BrVERSIDi: HOTEi, O H Techner ' ^Vlllnrd Chas mgr Willard &■ Son 
Prop, M O rolrbalrn Mgr. (See , ^jj^j^^jU, j^ gON, Harne»», TrniUt* 
»d"-)- I and Hardware. 

Robertson Andnw helper Goddard &| Wlllinuir A .1 ot Courtennv Vulcan- 

Wllkniar | i/./.nig .<• Welding Works 

Robertson Daisy elk Courtenay Drug 1 Williams A lineman H C Tel Co 

Store Williamson Jos farming 

Robertson Laura M steno Royal Bank Winters Roy sawyer Courtenay Lum- 

of Canada her Co 

Robertson W <! druggist and alder- wisecup W teamster Courtenay 

man ' Lumber Co 

Robinson C. yardman (.'uurtenay Luni- ' Wood C S city electrician and elcc- 

ber Co ] irlcal supplies 

Royal Bank of Canada C, V Marsh ! Woodcock S C mgr ilalpass & Wil- 



; Slai 

ber Co 
Smith Mi; 

I Smith Harry clerk T Booth & Sons t 
I Smith T R dairy farming ' 

I Steel David stock keeper Courtenay 
I Garage , 

Stcnhouse A mgr Comox Co-opera- 
tive Society and alderman 
' Stephens M S mgr Bracknian-Ker 
. Milling Co Ltd h Lake trail 

■ Stevens H F, civil engineer 

Stewart H MPP | 

I Sutherland Kobt truck dri\ er Mal- 
I pass & Wilson 

Sutliir W barber ! 

Sutlilf W J N McLeod mgr clothing 
! boots and shoes 

Sutton Ethel V ledger Royal liank 
of Canada 

Sutton J undertaker cabinet maker 
and picture franier 

Swan W K clearing contractor 
Swaiison A H lineman B T Tel Co 

■ Tarbell C H & Son J H Maclntyre 
I mgr hardware and sporting goods 

Teed Mrs A confectioner 
Thomson John carpenter 
Towler B poultry ranching 
I Turnbull Geo loco cng Gwllt 

Lumber Co Ltd 
Lnsworth T B whol slock buyer 
rniiihart Alex retired 
Urquhart John K mfr rough and 

dressed lumber and shingles 
Vcssey D W grocer 
Vigors Capt R I' dairy farming 
Wagstart' Blanch opr B C Tel Co 
Wain Alex dairy farming 
Wain W H shopman Ford Garage 
Wain W T retired farmer 
Walker Harley chief eng 
Walls R A engineer Gwllt Lumber 

Co Ltd 
Watson Samuel stock- keeper Ford 

Garage 
White W C dairy farming 
Whittle Herb F opr Maple Leaf 

Theatre 
Whvte Hazel steno Prov Public Wks 
Wilcox John Henry printer Comox 

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vii^^e. Population. 25. Local resources: 

Farming^ and mining. Address mail 

Coutlee, via Merritt P.O. 

Brand Oca O 

Clea.sby Henry S stock-raising- 

CoUett Jos D farming 

Wililam Thomas A road foreman 

Winney C II cattle-raising- 

COWAN'S POINT 

See Point Cowan. 

COWICHAN 
I landing name of C. P. R. Victoria- 
I Ganges Harbor route steamers. See 

names under Cowichan Bay. 

I COWICHAN BAY 

1 a P.O., steamer landing- and farming 
settlement on the Island High\vay 
and on Cowichan l!ay, 36 miles north 
of Victoria, and in Cowichan Prov 
Elec Dist. Is 3^^ miles east of Cow- 
ichan station, on the E. & N. Ry., 
and 6 miles southeast of Duncan. 
Has public school. Population, 125. 
Local resources: Fanning and good 
salmon lishing. 
Bishop F J dairy farming 

1 Duena Vista Hotel Athelstan Day 
prop 
Corfield E C farming 
Corfield G T poultry and farming 
Dighton S JI 

Elliott Malcolm motor launches 
Jaynes W P mixed farming 
Keeling Rev ^V T 

! Shears J mixed farming 
Stamcr O P farming 
Waldy A E poultry-raising 
Wood J P mixed farming 

COWICHAN LAJKE 
a P O. and fishing resort on Cowichan 
Lake, 2U miles n w of Duncan, and 
60 miles from Victoria, Vancouver 
I Isl. in Cowichan Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
reached by E. & X. Ry. and auto road 
I from Duncan. It is one of the finest 
I lakes In the province for lishini;— 
'river trout (in<-Iuding r.iinbow, eut- 



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It and 



Financial 

Agents and 

General 

Brokers 



sea trout, and steelhead s;ilmon. 
cellent big game hunting is availn 
and a motor trip to tiic l.iUe will p 
through one of the linest siatids 
big timber to be seen in the w 
Good hotels, public schools .-irul a 
roads. (See also Hlverside Inn.) 
.\lexander Samuel E engineer 
Anderson James 1! timekeeper 
Aiehibnld 1: G bee-koeping 
.\--l)l.iiiMlMni Lawrence ranching 
i:.^1mM' Geoi-ne builder 
i;l,iekw:i\- .Mhurt E carpenter 
in.i. Giou^e -Mine Geo Kilbum r 



' We Work to 
Deserve Your 
Patronage." 



Phones: 
Sey. 5262-3 

1518 Stind.rd B.ak 
Building 

VANCOUVER 



John 11 hatelK 
Edwin It clerk 
in Lake Hotel 



lion Hay ^^ne^ 
luy A Mellln i 
,-t Hatchery Je 
ison J D mgr 



ry mgr 

\V J Pourier 



Hardinge Henry T Govt Hatchery 

Hemingson Bros logging operators 

Jamieson "William logger 

Janes Percy F mining' 

Kay Winslo\v logger 

Kean Robert C boom-man 

Kennedy Peter logger 

Kier Alfred G engineer 

Kilburn Geo A mgr Blue Grouse Mine 

Leask James B C car inspector 

Lomas Edward S carpenter 

McDonald Ronald logger 

McKlnnon Malcolm logger 

McNeil John J logger 

Machin Fred blacksmith's helper 

Mahony John logger 

March Henry farming 

Marlow Walter mining 

Martin James files 

Martinie Joseph engineer 

Mellin Guy A mgr Gordon Bay Mine 

Moggan Geo J hatchery cmp 

N"as-on Ed F logger 

Nicol Geo A logger 

O'FIynn John D engineer 

Olsen Ed H logger 

Palmer James It logger 

Patterson Roderickson logger 

Pollock Alexander logger 

Pollock William logger 

Pouri. r AV J prop Cowichan Lake 

Hotel 
Powell John T trapper 
Prevost James C mining 
Roberts Thos engineer 
Runquist Oscar cook 
Scholey Eros general store 
Shotbolt Herbert T hatchery emp 
Sister Charles F accountant 
Smith Jos J cook 

Stanley Gordon mgr Empire Lmbr Co 
Stevenson Chas II engineer 
Stewart Duncan retired 
Stubbs Thos \V W farming 
Sunnyslde Mine John - " 
Swinerton AVm carpenter 
Terrion Clifford woo<iman 
Trott Wm logger 
Wilmot Geo blaek.s-mith 
Wilson fieorge blacksmith 
Young Kenneth I? carpente 

COWICHAN STATION 



E. & N. 



of Victoria 

and 5 south of Duncan. Haf 
can and Methodist churches, 
public school. 
Averill Isaac O farming 
Bowyer Gen AV schoolmaster 
J E K ■ 



liles north 
auto road. 
Ia.<5 Angli- 
Good 



Butlc 



Wi 



Shi 



Central Hotel A V\\ 
Colvin Mrs R X f.n 
Cowichan Farmers' 

Assn Wm Waldon 
Creswcll W H ranc 
Curtls-Hayward C : 
l'-l.M>tw-ood G H ran 
G W V A J E Still 
Mav H W ranching 
Morgan Jas c.ittle i 

OwVils .-"'"■ .•.'■■ '/ 



Thomson Wm blai 
Tooker Capt Wm 
Wallich C real es 



COYKENDAHL 

a station on C.l 



ell sec Duncan 



Nolson-Mlrtwa 
r Castlegar. ii 

I -1 rail Prov. Elec. Dist. No local rest 

I dents. 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



CKANBROOK 



COYLE 

a station on the 

northwest of Mf 

Elec. Dlst. Loch 

raising-. 

Josephson Malcolm section 

C. P. K. COAI, CLAIMS 

and 60 miles 



V. Ry., 5 miles 

in Yale Piov. 

sources: Stock- 



foreman 



located 30, 
Elk Prairie, \ 
of Michel, o 
line, in Fcrnic 



th of 
6 miles south 
I. Crow's .Vest 
Elec. Dist. 



CEACROFT 

a P.O. on Cracioft Island, which is 
22 miles lone by 3 wide, and lies at 
west end of Johnstone Strait, off the 
n.e. coast of Vancouver Isl. The main 
settlement store and p. o. is at Port 
Harvey, 180 n.w. of Vancouver and 
30 miles ea.-rt of Alert Bay. Indus- 
tries: L^gKine and fishing-. 
Jamicson J W logging opr 
CRAIGELLACHIE 



New -Westminster and 17 from \ an- 
couvcr. in Delta Prov. Elec. Dist. 
Newington is nearest P. O. 

CKAIG'S CROSSING 



a P. O. and station on the E. & N 
Ry.. 20 miles north oi Xanaimo and 
a2 north of Vietoria. in Alberni Prov. 
Elec. Dist. Nearest telegraph. C.P. 
R. at Parksville Jet., distant 4 miles: 
nearest steamer landing. Beaver 
Creek, distant two miles, reached by 
Union S.S. Co.'s boats. Mail for Bal- 
linac and Mistaken Islands is deliv- 
ered here. Population. 73. Has pub- 
lic school. Local resources: Saw- 
mill, shingle mill, logging and shm- 
gle-bolt camps. 
Benson J C H farming 
Christensen Chris fishing 
Christensen John fishing 
, Cratg Geo D B farming 
I Craig Jas mixed farming and PM 
I Dawson Sydney dairy farming 
Edwards E dairy farming 
„„ , : Edwards Fred mixed farming 

a P.O. and station on the C.P.R. main i oibbs S H mixed farming 
line. 4 mile.-i from Taft. Kamloops Gurney A Broughton kpr Ballinac Is- 
Prov. Elec. Dlst. Nearest telegraph. land light (5 miles) 




Exclnsive Designj 

Garbs 

For All Purpote 



GREETING 
CARDS 



C.P.R 

Population 60 
Farming. 

Blais Albert farming 
Blais Ferdinand farming 
Briggs Eli B farming 
Carson Alma .school teacher 
Coppock Reginald farming 
Czapka Martin farming 
Drummond Adam cnrp.-nter 
Fuller Chas E farming 
Kelch Albeit trapping and tii 
Larder Capt C Hill larming 
McLeod .Mex farming 
Mak.nrenko .Ichn farming 
Makarenko Nichola.s- farming 
Paulding J !•; JI> postmaster 
Rowe John farming 
Stewart Will S opi- .. 
Straga Carl farming 
Ulttl Nicolas section foreman 
Venn Henry farming 
Waddell W farming 
Ward John farming 

CRAIGFLOWER 

a suburb of Victoria, near Parson's 
Bridge, 3 miles west of Victoria. 
Former site of Iludson'fi Bav Farm: 
has oldest school In the Province, 
the timber for which was brought bv 
sailing ship from England, and which 
Is still In excellent preservation, P. 
O. TilUcum, 
CRAIGS 



school board 



Eras 



Valle 



illos en 



Ico. Ry. 



Hardy Cha 
Harvey Julia 
McNeil An(ir<. 
McNeil Andre 
McNeil John 
O'Connor Ger 
far 



farming 



IV Jr larming 

•arming I 

lid school teacher and 



ling 



Richardson . 

Roberts Ellz 

Robert."! Roy 

Roth George 

Wall Alf fa 

Wall Frank farming 

Wall J J mlxeil farming 

Wall W H farming 

Whit.. A C Mistaken Isl 

CRAIGTOWN 



sec Montrose sch bd 
nixed farming 
ixed farming 



Papeteries 

Gift Boxes of 
Stationery 

Leather Goods 

Ivory Manicure 
Sets 

Volland's Chil- 
dren's Gift Books 



also known n.s Green City A n.lnlng Framed MoltoeS 

camp on north fork of Salmon River. 

7 miles north of Erie, the P.O. 

Fair G G of Fair Shingle Co 

Fair Shingle Co. (G G Fair) 

Green City Development Co. (G H 

Green) 
Green G H of Green City Dev Co 
Hansen C W W meadowland 
Hirkey J J dairy farming 
Hoglund O A hotel 
Iliirmv J n iren store 



id dr 



thy A D 



W J farming 



CRANBERRY LAKE 

now known as Swift Creek. 



Cranbrook 



Hallowe'en 
Specialties 

Birthday and 
Friendship Cards 

Weddings and 
Congratulations 

Birth 
I Announcements 

j Memorial Cards 



is the natural g.-oeraphical centre of 


Tliu aUltude of Cranbrook is 302^ 


Eastern British Cliiinbln It Is a di- 


fe.t. Th. re Is a precipitation of 


visional point for the C.lMt. and rail- 


moisture from eighteen to twenty 


ways from this point radiate In all 


in.'ln-s <>f ralnl'..ill p.r annum, and a 


directions. It is <.ii th.- lino between 


snow fall from one to three f.et. In 


Montreal, T.>roni... Winnipeg. Van- 


summer the thermometer rises as 


couver and VUtoila. Trains leave 


hli-h as .so or DO degrees In the 


Cranbrook and arrive in Si".kane 


shade. In th.- winter the mercury 


within six or seven hour.H. and ar- 


falls below zero sometimes, but there 


rive in Calgary wilhin ;iboiit tu.lv.- 


is almost a total absence of win.l. 


hours. The clli. . lin. in c. ,,ilii-'k 
nro tho K.h.Ii u., ■.■ .-,1111 1 . ^,iii!; 


rioughlng ran usually be started 


through i\w \\ ill 1, 1 •!'■ : ■ \ ' li. \ ;,,i 


about the first of April. Irrigation Is 


making e.mn. . 1 1- -n ,mm, ih, r r.i; ,a 


not alwa>s n.-eessary. There are num- 


Golden, and u l.raiuh lin. to Kiniber- 


erous str.ams wliich assure sulllclcnt 


.ley. 


water whero needed. 



Western 

Specialty 

Limited 

572 Gr.inville St. 
VANCOUVER 



CEAKBROOK 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 




PRINTERS 

We cater to 

MAIL ORDERS 

The 
Quality 
Pre**. 

H16BEN-B0NE Bldg. 
1117-1121 

L*ogl<j Street 

VICTORIA 



The soil is adapted for mixed farm- I 
ins and is suitable both for roots and 
grain. The wheat grain grades Xo. 1 
Northern. The potato crop is excel- I 
lent both as to quantity and quality. | 
Hardy varieties of apples such as 
Wealthy and Jonathan are grown | 
successfully, while smaller fruits ■ 
such as raspberries, currants and ■ 
strawberries are particularly success- 
ful. I 

In addition to the fertile valleys , 
and bench lands which are more par- 
ticularly suited for mixed farming ; 
there are thousands of acres of range 
lands available on the side hills. The 
unlimited range and the excellent 
pastures combined with the not very 
rigorous winter make this country 
unexcelled as a range country for 
horses, cattle and sheep. The stock 
of the country is being greatly im- 
proved largely owing to the efforts 
of the Stock Rreeders' As.sociatlon. 
An Agricultural Fair is held in Cran- 
brook every year. The excellent show- 
ing of stock, and the large attend- 
ance give proof of the excellent agri- 
cultural results attained in the dis- 
trict. 

There are excellent roads in the 
Cranbrook district and last vear over 
600 tourists" cars registered in pass- 
ing through Cranbrook. Within SO 
miles of Cranbrook is the Winder- 
mere district. Thl.s lake country In 
its beauty challenges the famous lake 
country In the north of ICngland. 
There are a numberof hot springs and 
an excellent swimming pool has been 
erected at .'iinclair Springs. The Mo- 
mlnlon Government Is at present con- 



structing a road between Banff and 
Windermere which will make pos- 
sible direct access from Cranbrook to 
Banff. 

Cranbrook itself is a thriving town 
of over 3.000 inhabitants. It is a 
centre for the lumbering trade of the 
district .and also for the mining Inter- 
ests. There are various local indus- 
tries and the city authorities give 
every encouragement to new indus- 
tries by assisting in the way of pro- 
viding sites and reduction in taxation. 
It is the judicial centre for the dis- 
trict, tho Government Ollice being 
here and the judge residing in the 
citv. There are live churches, an ex- 
cellent hospital, a large and up-to- 
date school, and a new high school 
opened last year in a separate build- 
ing. There are two weekly papers, 
three banks, some excellently ap- 
pointed stores, electric light company 
and telephone company, and a large 
Masonic Temple. There are several 
hotels, a large railway Y.JI.C.A. and 
an excellent gymnasium and swim- 
ming pool. 

Lumber Industry. 
In the past lumbering has been the 
most important industry in the dis- 
trict. There are about a dozen saw- 
mills in the district and In addition 
to this there are a large numb.'r of 
men employed in making railway tics, 
mine props, poles, posts and piling. 
The principal market for the lumber 
is on the southern prairie. The fol- 
lowing timber was cut in Cranbrook 
forest district from January to Sep- 
tember. 1918; 



Day Phone 74 



Night Plioiio 30r. 



The Cranbrook Drug and Book Co., Ltd, 



The Penslar Store 



Vr. 3. ATCHISON, Minaper 



Drug.s, Drug Sundries, Statioiu-ry, EilisDii I'lioiiop:raplis, N'cilson Cluifolalfs. 

Kodaks and Plioto<rrapliic Supplies, Fancy Goods, etc. 

FishiiiL' Tackle 

CRANBROOK BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Phone 



P. O. Rox 4i: 



Cranbrook Meat Market 

3. B. WAI.KI.EY, Proprietor 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fish, Game and Poultry in Season 

Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats 

CRANBROOK BRITISH COLUMBIA 



C. DIKECTOEY 



CRANBKOOK 



Logs 96,073.317 feet 

Piles and poles 221.318 lin. feet | 

Mine props 13.067 cords ; 

Mine ties 41 cords ; 

Fence posts 10.552 cords | 

Cordwood 1,433 cords l 

Shingle bolts 32 cords | 

Railway ties 39«.000 cords 

It is expected that the cut for this I 
vear will be considerably larger than j 
this as the C. P. K. have recently 
bought large timber interests within 
forty miles of Cranbrook. and will be | 
operating on a very large scale. Other ! 
companies are also arranging to cut 1 
not far from Cranbrook. At the pres- 
ent time the .=upply of labour is by I 
no means suHicif-nt to meet the d»'- • 
mands. 



liov- 



niost prominent of these being the 
Perry Creek Hydraulic Workings and 
Perry Creek Home Stake Qu.irtz ilin- 
ing. Perry Creek Di.<;trict requires 
expenditure of a considerable 
of capital, and in the opinion 
ernment otlicials who have inspected 
the district, the prospects are that 
this district will rival the Rand in 
South Africa in its production. 

Lead, zinc and silver mining is go- 
ing on constantly at Kimberley. 18 
miles from Cranbrook. The Con- 
solidated Mining & Smelting Com- 
pany have been operating for several 
years. During 191S this mine ship- 
ped 22.673 tons of lead. 7S.611 tons 
of zinc. 3.474 tons of iron pyrites. 
The company has. however, during 



r 

!■ 

1 





Cassidy's 

LIiMlTED 

Manufacturers 
Jobbers and 
Retailers of 

Fine China 

Crockery 

Glassware 

Vitrified 
i Hotel Ware 



Public Hulldings. Cranbrook 



Mining. I 

This district first became famou.^ I 
as a mining district. In the old days I 
at Fort Steele, a town about 12 miles | 
from Cranbrook. royaltv was paid on 
19 million of dollars worth oi gold 1 
extracted from Wild Horsp Creek, and | 
It is considered that quite as much { 
was extracted without paying royal-' 
ty. Operations on this creek were con-' 
ducted in a very primitive way. but 
during the last year several com- 1 
panics have been making arrange- 
ments to operate with the aid of the 
most modem machinery, and there Is 
no doubt returns will justify the coii- 
fldenco In the possibilities of the 
creek. 

There are numerous other gold ' 
workings in the district. Two of the I 



the past year b<cn devollnB a large 
amount of Us attention to develop- 
ment work, and they have built a 
tunnel in the south end of their pro- 
perty about 9,(HiO feet in length. Ad- I 
Jacent to the Sullivan Mino Is the I 
North Star Mine, which for years I 
was a big proilucer of galena ore. Re- i 
centlv this has been taken over on 
lease" and la regularly shipping. In 
the Wlndermi re .listrict the Paradise 
Mine !.•< .1 large shipper of very hlgh- 
tr:!.!. I. ad orp, and there Is every 
i-,.i,, >i 1 ii .' hlg bodv of ore. Other 
, i ii-iiict include the fam- 
, ~ ) I. ':« miles from Cran- 

1)1.. ,, I ,~ as the greatest galena 

I'losp. cts iniuiinerablc have been 
ilevi'lopcd far enough to give an 




Cranbrook 



I Specialists 
I in 

Complefe 

Table 

Equipment 

for 

Hotels 

Institutions 

Camps 

and 

Steamships 



929-33 
Granville Street 
VANCOUVER 



CEANBROOK 



B. C. DIRECTOET 



Hotel 

Westholme 

VICTORIA 

The 

Up-Town 

Businessman's 

Hotel 

Hotel 

Westholme 

VICTORIA 



1 cellent showing 
I silver, lead, nlc 
I asbestos, lime. 



gold, copper, iron. 
1. galena, gypsum, 
ic and other min- 



B.C. 

Tailoring 
Co. 

EST.XBI.ISIIF.D t<110 

LADIES' 

and 

MEN'S 

TAILORS 



The coal fields in the Fernie dis- 
trict are only about two hours by 
train from Cranbrook. 

Water Power. 

Almost e%-ery stream in the district 
has a potential water power, chief 
among them being the Bull River, 
able to develop about IJ.nOO h.p.. and | 
the St. Mary's and Elk Kivers. None i 
have been developed, but there arc 
excellent prospects for the success of 
a power plant. | 

Sport. I 

East Kootenay can veritably be 
called the sportsman's par.ndise. The i 
wooded hillsides give a peerless feed-] 
Ing ground for grouse, partridge and i 
prairie chicken, and the .email streams I 
and laki'S abound in trout, while 
duck are numerous. | 

The Rod and Gun Club Is an active ' 
and progrc.vsive organization whiili 
In doing Us utmost to bitter tli.- na- 
tural conditions of the district In in- 
troducing pheasants and other game I 
birds as well as koeplng a hatihery I 
to replenish the lakes and streams 
with salmon and trout. f>nc lake in i 
the district. Premier Lake. Is prob- < 
ably the best In Canada, or America ' 
for that matter, for lnn<llork>'d sal- ! 
mr>n. a.s this laki- Is actually land- 
locked and salmon placeil In 11 as fry I 
four years ago now welch from l.l to' 
22 pounds. In addition tn b^lng such 
an Ideal resort ffr Mshcrmen this lake i 
Is one of the tx-auty spots of the i 
West, and Is e.^slly reached by good 
motor road from Cranbrook. I-irgei 
game Is found higher In the hills.' 
while on the bald peaks of the ' 
Rockies very line specimens of moun- I 
tain sheep and goat lure the sports- ' 
man from the safer play-grounds of I 
tho less vinturcsome. 

Cranbrook is fortunate in having 
good athletic clubs of various sorts, 
lawn tennis and baseball, golf, skat- 
ing, curling and hockey. There Is an ] 

a mile of iho town and another golf 
course at Invcrmere. 

The skating and curling rinks are a 
great credit to the town. 

W. II. Wilson. 
Chairman Publicity Conimllle.-. 



Cranbrook City oiHcers 
Mayor — J A Genest 
City Clerk — T M Roberts 
Chief of Police — Percy Adams 
Fire Chief— G W Reece 
City Enirlneer — Wm H Eassie 
Police Magistrate — John Leask 

B C Govt OITicers 
Govt Agent — X A Walllnger 
A.ssessor and Colkctor— Wm Guthrie 
Ekputv Registrar — J E Kennedy 
Dist Engineer— J C Brady 
Hist Forester — N Moore 
Supl Uibor Hureau— W M Harris 
Dir L. S Board— C R Ward 
Prov Constable — Chas Ken- 
Road Insp — Oliver Crlstow 

Dominion Govt OiTlcers 
Collr Cust.->ms and Inland Rev — 

Harry White , 
County Court Judge — Geo H Thomp- 
son 
Postmaster — J H Hemlerson 
Rep S C K — V Rudni-ki 
Abbott F A fireman CPR 
Adams Percy chief police and sani- 
tary Insp „ 
Adamson Hnrrv tinner Patmore Bros 
Adamson J R plant supt K Tol 
Adlard Wm C as.-it rr.inbrook Job 
Agapit Sister sec .'^t Eugene llosp 
Aldrlch I R cond CPR 
Allan A G elk P.ank of Com 
Allen lUatrUe elk John Manning 
.Vnderson Ellen tailoress Mcl-cod's 
Anderson Klsle F .school teacher 
Anilerson Esther housekpr Wentworth 

Hotel 
Anderson II mixed farming 
Anderson J S .^upt's acct CPR 
Argue John H carp CPR 
Argue McKlnley elk U-attie-Noble 
Armour John Ltd billiards cigars 

emp Bgt auto gas sla 
Armstrong C F clerk CI'R ^ ^ ^ 
Armstrong Ijiuretta sicno Cranbrook 

Jobbers _ 

Armstiong T C tinner F Parks * Co 
ArnoM J A ins and loans 
Ashworlh A ncct Impel lal Bank 
A.Mseltlnp Oliver acct CPR 
Atchison Wm driver V I'.urns * Co 
Atchison W J nigr Cranbrook Drug 

* i: Co poultry farming 
AlKinson A W eng CPU , ^ , , 
Attrldge W K sec Cranbrook Sash A 



Co 



Theatre M P Wctherell 



Audltorlun 

Ualnbrldge O P elk Prov Forest brrh 
lialrd n prop Cosmopolitan Hotel 
r.ak. r M P switchman CPR 
l;al,er V lU.le John ChoMltrli mgr 



Importers 
of Fine 
Woolens 

128 

Hastings StrcetE. 

VANCOUVER 



THE HANSON GARAGE 

Dealers in 

FORD and McLaughlin cars and white trucks 

A full line of Tires, Tubes, Accessories, Greases and Oils 

Expert Mechanics. Battery Service Station 

CRANBROOK BRITISH COLUMBIA 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



CBANBROOK 



Balmount A J cond CPR 
Bamford Frank elk John Manning 
Bardgett John helper Frank Dezall 
Bardgett W B dairy farming 
Barker F D brakeman CPR 
Barrett D fireman CPR 
Barrett Jos J timber exam CPR 
Barrett Thos O fireman CPR 
Barrett W C mixed farming 
Barrett W J brakeman CPR 
Bartholomew BenJ lireman CPR 
Bartholomew Rodcrer eng- CPR 
Bassett Geo elk Cranb Tradg- Co 
Beale M A of Beale & ElwoU 
BEAI-i: & ELWELI. (M A Beale). 

Beal Estate, Insarance, Financial 

Aleuts. 
Beaton J E switch CPR 
Beattle R E pres Ucattic-Xoble L,td 

mgr Beattle-Murphy Co Ltd 
Beattle-Murphy Co Ltd R E Beattio 

mgr mixed farming 
Beattlc-Noble Ltd druKS and sta 
Beeeh Irene B B elk Royal IJaiik 
Belanger J F switchman CPU 
Bell Albt appr Hanson GaiaR.- 
Bennett Clestla elk Koyal Hank 
Benson Albln of Queen's Hotel 
Berrlngton Rlchd hostler CPR 
Betts G \V tmstr City T & W Co 
Bidder Iva pianist Rox Theatre 
Bigatlni K billiards cigars soft drks 
Binning It J photographer 
Birce E eng CPR 
Hinl John storcman CPR 
Blikelt ZUla M Ktono B C L S Board 
Black C H tmstr City T & W Co 
Elefari John lab CPR 
p.oolh Aiinn- t;iil<ir Cranbrook Clnrs 
Pooth Hurry ai>pr Cranbrook Fdry 
Bouon Miss N V steno CPR 
Rowley A E mcr Cranbrook Saddlery 
Bowlcy Port sausage mkr Cranbrook 

Meat Mkt 
Bowncss A pres Bowness Export Co 

cattle grain potatoes 
Bowncss Export Co Ltd A C Bow- 
ness pres mfrs aerated water 
Brady J C dlst cng I'rov D.pt Pub 

Wks 
Branch K H brakeman CPR 
Brault J prop Can Ilutel 
Brcnnan J goats pnultry vegetables 
Brewer Robl liti.rnan K Tel 
Bridges A D nn,r fi.uib Trad Co 
Brlggs H K cond CPU 
Uriggs P N el.it O i: L Co 
Brlnkman C mWi .1 farming 
Brlstow Oliver Picv n.ad .sii|.t 
B C Livery J A Macdonald prop autos 

for hire 
Brock Hugh eng CPR 
Brock S J brakeman CPR 
Brock W tmstr City T & W Co 
Progan Howard driver Cranb Meat 

Mkt 
ProMsdon Harold T eng CPR 
Pronsdon Stanley G lUvninii CPPv 
Brookes Robt sta lireman CPR 
Itrooks Gladys steno JIacDonaUl & 

Msbot 
Brown George B emp F Parks & Co 
P.KUMi H A dlsp CPU 
i:io«n AValter II Tuixf.l f.irming 
lUu-lKumn J. IS |.i. , . - 1 . . . Hotel 



Callahan J M brakeman CPR 
Cameron Archd eng CPR 
Cameron J H switchman CPR 
Cameron Win F cond CPR and Mayor 
Cameron W brakeman CPR 
Campbell Daniel cng CPR 
Canada Laundry JIan King mgr 
CAITASIAN BANK OF COUMEBCE 

O W Hallajnore M?r. 
Canadian Financiers Trust Co (Van- 
couver) MacDonald & Nlsbet local 
correspondents 
Canadian Hotel J Erault prop 
CPR G T Moir sta agt 
CPR Telegraph J M McLean agt 
CPR Tio & Timber Dept E Home mgr 
Canadian Restaurant Man Lee prop 
Carlisle Creamery Wm Johnson mgr 
Carr Ross C painter decorator 
Carter A brakeman CPR 
Cartwright Melba school teacher 
Cassldy Jas elk Patmorc Bros 
Cassidy John H boilcrmkr CPR 
Caven Thos T> cond CPR 
Central Garage Neil & East props 

gaiagc supplies autos for hire 
Century Ftcstaurant Jose Uyematsu 

prop 
Chenclt Edmond waiter Little Dav- 
enport Cafe 
1 Childs J <; battery man C R L Co 
Cholditrh J.'iin CPR townsite agt 

mgr V H Baker 
Chow Sing barber 
City Bakery Edw Seymord prop 
City Transfer & Waiehouse Co AV 
E Worden prop transfer storage 
coal and wood 
Clapp Lester cigars and tobacco 
Clark Mrs M dairy eggs poultry 
Clarke L G of Clarke & Hogarth and 



M.-i 



me 



Clarke 



Mar 



soft drinks 
autos for hire 

Club Cafe Lafontaliie & Cook props 
1 Co< k Chas fruits vegetables 
I Coleman Addle housekpr Imperial 
I Hotel 
I Coleman H 1. lireman C E L Co 

Collins Chas J mach CPR 

Collins R J dlsp CPR 
I Conroy W elk Bowness Export Co 

Constantino F L elk F Parks & Co 
I Cook 10 A of Club Cafe 
iCooUdgo K mixed farming 
] Cooper i: T intr Konleiiay Garage 
j COSMOFOI.ITAIT HOTEI^, D Baird 
Prop. 



CBANBROOK 

Spence M?r. 
■luanca 

Cranbrook Boai 



CBANBROOK CI.EANEKS ft DYERS 
Cr B Powell Prop, Dyeing', Clean. 
Inff and Pressing, Agrt for Slngor 
Sewinir Machines. 



Dr. 

T. 

Glendon 

M 



D 
Y 

''The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 



Offices: 

DAWSON 

BLOCK 

(Corner Main and 
Hastings) 

Vancouver 



CRANBROOK COURIER (every Frl- 



W llri-nian CPU 

I G H billl.utls cigars 


soft 


day), i P Sullivan 


Prop. 
i.djil,- Assn W 


"If it hurts 


i- \- Co" Ltd A H Haman 


mgr 


iV'w ll:-'.Il ■■■.■ 
CRANBROOK DRUO 


& BOOK CO 


don't pay 


r>''<'oml CPR 




1,'l-D. W J Atihiso 


1 Mirr. Druifs, 




J \V l.raUemaM CPU 




Cnudlci, St.itionciy, 


PhouoRTaphs, 


me." 


W A olei I C I-; 1. Co 




CamoraB. Photo Su] 


lies and FlsU- 


V mixed I'arnilng 




Ing Tackle. (See A 


Ivt.) 





I 



CEANBROOK 



C. DIKF.CTORY 



Thos. D. 




PLANS AND 
SPECIFICATIONS 



SEDGER 

Phone 1290 

512 

BASTION SQ. 

VICTORIA 



CEANBROOK ElECTKIC IIGHT 
CO LTD, E H McPhee Sec, Eobt C 
Eakiu Supt, Electric Li^hung- 
Plant. 

Craiibrook Exchange "\V F Doran ' 
prop second-hand store 

Cranbrook Farmers Institute A E J 
Smith sec 

CKANBEOOK FOUNDRY, A A Mc- 
Kinnon Prop, Iron Foundry, Ma- 
cliine Shop and Patternmakers. 

CBANBKOOK HERAI.D. W A EUet. 
Eon Editor. Ever? Thuvsrtny. 

CRANBROOK JOBBERS LTD, A J 
Schnell Jlirr, Wholesale Grocers. 

CRANBROOK MEAT MARKET. J B 
Walkley Prop. Wholesale and Re. 
tail Meats and Provisions. (See 
Advt.) 

Cianbrook Sadrilciy i".. Ltd A E 
Bowley rr.rr harn.-^s >lioe rfprs 

CRANBROOK SASH & DOOR CO 
LTD, H A McKowan Mgr, W T 
Attridg-e Sec, Mfrs Liimlicr (Mills 
at Kitchener), Dealers Sash, Doors, 
Glass Boo&ngrB, Bnildlng- Paper. 

Cranbrook TradlnR- Co Ltd A D 
l;riilce.s mcr croceries fetd aprl- 
ciiltiiral implements (two .-itores) 

Cianbrook Womcn'.s Institute Mrs J 
W Hurlon .-ioc I'.ox 621 

Crawford .Maternity Home 

Oooks MarKt Cora elk MacLeod's 

Crosby J fireman CrR 

Cross Keys Hotel Jas Buchanan prop 

Crowe J D ranrhinc 

Cro/.ler C J car foreman CPR 

Cummintr.s J G civ enc land surv 
I Dale Charles baker F Kummer 

Dale W sh>ep and farminc 

Dallas J M f Her Koyal Hank 
I Dallas P conductor CPU 



Dan Yuen Lonp Co Chinese drug 

store and proceries 
Daniels W'm J boiler wa.shers helper 

CPR 
Davidson A B fireman CPR 
Davis Robert F clerk Prov Govt 
Deacon J F mprr Cranbrook .\uto 

Livery 
DELCO-tlGHT PRODUCTS, E H 

McPhee Agrt. 
Desmarais Rtv P RC pri. st 
Dclmer J .fmall fruits 
1 Umar Jaiut bkpr l^ool.?na^- T.l 
I DeWolf Allan civil engineer CPR and 
I vice-pres Board of Trade 
' Dezall Frank auto garage repairing 
accessories tires gas blacksmith- 
Dinglev Kdw C, shed foreman CPR 
I Pixon \V conductor CPR 
Doban P conductor CPR 
I Dodge W J barber \ H Bullock 
I Dominion Kxpress J H Whltchouse 

Dotfbusch A teamster City Transfer 

Doner K C. despatcher CPR 

Doodson F brakeman CPR 
I Doran AV F prop Cranbrook Kxchange 

Doris H mech Hanson Garage 
I Doris Thos of Jones & Doris 

Downey Thos E fire Inspector (_ PR 
forestry branch 

Draper C W mech Hanson Garage 

Drew T sta engineer C E L Co 

Drummond Alfnda bkpr McCreery 
Bros 

Dunn ]•' A ald-rman 

Eakin Robt C supt Cranbrook Elec- 
tric Light Co Ltd 

Eassle \Vm H city engineer 

East A AV of Central Garage 

East Koolcnay Greenhouescs G B 
Willis prop norlsts plants 
I Edward C V acct CPR lie & timber 
dept . 



F. PAIRK S Sl CO. 

Wholesale and Retail 

HARDWARE and STOVES 

Iron, Tin, and Granite Ware, Paints, Oils and Glass 

Builders', Blacksmiths' and Mill Supplies, Lumber 



CRANBROOK 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



CKANBEOOK 



tenay 



Kgan Margaret operate 

Telephone Lines Ltd 

Elletson \V A editor Cranbrook 

Herald ■ 

Elleston \V A jr asst mgr Cranbrook 

Herald 
Emslie Chas boots shoes mens fur- 
nishings 
Erickson O mixed farming- 
Fanning W brakeman CPR 
farrell Harriet tailoress ilcLeod's 
Fennessey John engineer CPR 
Finigan Geo H janitor Cranbiook 

Herald 
Fink Jacob P pres Fink Mer Co Ltd 
Fink Mercantile Co Ltd dry goods 

men's furnishings furniture 
Fink Wand E school teacher 
Flnlayson D mixed farming 
Finley Leslie clerk F Parks & Co. 
Flnley Ruby clerk Little & Atchison 
Finley K J brakeman CPR 
Flnniss Nina clerk llcCreerv Bros 
Flewelling H O flremnn CPR' 
Flowers Richard boilermarker CPR 
Flowers Wm J machinist CPR 
Forsyth R R principal high school 
Foote O E mixed farming 
Fox F W brakeman CPR 
FYame R prop Home P.akery 
Franklsh J slaugter house man Cran- 
brook meat market ' 
Fransen Alice steno Martin Uros 
Frey F fireman CPR ; 
Frisina Bert carman CPR 
Frost Joseph mach apprentice CPR 
Frost Michael craueman CPR 
Fusclana V billiards cigars tobacco 

soft drinks 
PUTA T K, Groceries, rionr, Feed, 
OraUi, Candies, Clg-ars, Tobacco 
and Soft Drinks. | 

F'yles Harry firrman CPR I 

Fyles Herb brakeman CPR 
Fyles Samuel Janitor post olllce 
Gnnimon Harry engine'-r CPFt 
Gammon L tin-man CPR 
Gardner Daisy waitress llot.l Cran- I 
brook i 

Gartslde J dairy farming 
Genest Alfred mayor 
Genost J A conductor CPR 
George James bollermaker's helper , 
CPR ' 

George ^\'m messr CPR telegrapli 
GIbbs \V K vulcani/.'r Kootcnay Car- 
age and poultry 
Gill Pertha M steno Imperial P.ank 
Gill Thomas engineer CPR I 

Glllls Malcolm meat cutter P Burns! 

* Co Ltd 
Gilpin J K poultrv mixed farming ' 
Gllroy W D sec Kootenay Tel.plione 

Lines Ltd 
God.lerls C mixed farming 
Godderis Frank barber 
Go« L C teamster City Transfer & 
■Warrhousu Co 



Haigh J teamster City Transfer & 

Warehouse Co 
Hallamore C W mgr Canadian Bank 

of Commerce 
Haman A H mgr P Burns * Co Ltd 
Hamburg Lewis lireman CPR 
Hamilton Wm I) fruit and dairy 

farming 
Hang Chong Emporium Chinese store 

and labor contractor 

HAKSON GABAQE, P M MacPher. 

son aigr. Auto Garage, Accessories, 

Repairs, Gas, Ford and McLaug^hlin 

Cars and White Trucks. (See advt.) 
Harbinson F J acct P Burns & Co 
Harris .Martin T timekeeper CPR 
Harris W H brakeman CPR 
Harris W M supt Prov Labor Buieau 

and sec.v Cranbrook Board of Trade 
Harrison Kev h'redk V .Vng cU-rgvmn 
Harrison I'.oy elk John Manning 
Harrison W H brakeman CPR 
Hasii.ell P C brakeman CPR 
Harvey \\ ni lireman Cranbrook Sash 

& l)i>or Co Ltd 
Haslam J B druggist Beattie-Noble 

Ltd 
Haslam W brakeman CPR 
Hatton A .M steno CPR 
Hawkins A engineer CPR 
Hayman K G lireman CPR 
Haynes H S clerk F Parks & Co 
Haynes Thos R chief clerk fgt ofllce 

CPR 
Haynes Wilfred G mgr furniture dcpt 

Fink .M.r Co Ltd 
Hayward Wm G mach helper CPR 

Healey J . niin.Ir CPR 

Heard II II cliuulleur Cranbrook .\uto 

Livery 
Heath M P. mixeil farmli\g 
Hembcry Stephen macli liel|)er CPR 
Henderson Jas B postmaster 
Henderson Wm machinist CPR 
Hep Chong Co dry goods and gro- 
ceries 
Hern M mixed farming 
Heioski Peter carman CPR 
Herriman S lireman CPR 
Hesse Harry mgr Cranbrook Brewing 

Co Ltd 
H. s.Min J brakeman CPR 
(lesson W H brakeman CPF^ 
Hew SOI, Wm .arnian CPR 
HlKgins i;raiie K E clerk Prov Govt 
Hill Albert H engineer CPU 
Hill I-: A clothing men-s furnishings 

boots shoes mixed farming 
Hill Sianl.> C rlerk E A Hill 
Hill \\ l> .liy goods ladles' ready 

Hill W K clerk W D Hill 
Hill W .-^cott farming poultry 
lllnton H U clerk Cranbrook Trad 

ing Co Ltd 
Ho.li;iiis Lena B school teacher 



fir^ 






: North 

I 

American 

I Life 

Assurance 



Grady H L tailer McLeod's TJIore 


lI...lgson .V W dispatcher CPR 


Giaham Percy engineer CPR 


HouriM c; teamster City Transfer & 


Gianlio Emma liousekeeper Hotel 


\\:ir.lH>us.- Co 


Cranbrook 


Hognilh c;.o prop Hotel Cranbrook 


Cray Otto linenianr Kootenay Tele- 


Hon. ,0.1 l>;.niel shoemaker Cranbrook 


phone Lines Ltd 


S;ol.ll.r\ Co Ltd 


C.WVA R .'! Sin>i>son sec 


Iloho.s loorge checker Cranbrook 


1 Cleaves J A druggist Cranbrook Drug 


Jobl>eis l.t.l 


* Book Co Ltd 


Ilono' n.iU.iy U Frame prop bakery 


Groa\es W H eoiidiietoi rpi: 


:,nd conl.ctioncry . 


Green Dr F W of Green * MacKin- 


Home 1: mgr CPU tie ami timbir 


non health otlh-er and coroner 


.lept 


Green K W mixed farming 


llor\g Foug chop suey noodles and 


Gieeii * MacKinnon physicians ami 


stole 


surgeons 


Hong Chung Co groceries 


Grubbe W U nigr TmpeiinI Bank 


Hop Hing Lung Co <-hin..se store 


Guimont ,1 V dNpalrher CPR 


and employment agts 


Guid \- Spi.-ull hiurivters solicitors 


Hopkins l.avid c.nduclor CF'R 


Guthrie Wn\ prov :issessor anil collr 


ITotel Cranbrook Geo Hogarth proji 


Harkett J tenmsler City Transfer & 


11. del Cranbrook Bni ber Shop E 


Warehouse Co 


South prop 



Co. 

Head Office : 
Toronto, Ontario 

E.W.Keenleyside 

Provinciol 
Manager 

Suite 317-32 1 

470 
Granville 

I Street 

! 

i Vancouver 
I B. C. 

Phone 
Sey. 225 



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CRANBROOK 



WRIGLEV'S K. C. KIKECTOEY 



FRED 

FOSTER 

FURRIER 

HIGH-CLASS 

FURPJES 

Seal Garments 
Our Specialty 

FURS 

Bought, Stored 

Altered and 

Repaired 

Highett Price 
paid for Raw 
Fart. 

1216 

Government St,' 

Victoria 



I Howard Ida school teacher 

I Howard Josephine school teacher 

Hoyt R V watchinkr an.l optician 
i JIcLeod's Store 
Huchcrolt J F contractor and build- 
er and mixed farminp 
Huffeins H shipper Cranbrook Sash 
& Door Co Ltd 
i Hughes H C poultry-raising- and 
train baggageman CPR 
Hughes R B fireman CPR 
Humble Mary steno Gurd & Spreull 
Hunter Jessie steno CPR tie and 
timbor dept 
I Hurry's White Lunch Alex Hurry 
prop restaurant 
Hyland R conductor CPU 
' Hyslop Edna steno City Clerk 
Imperial Bank of Canada W R Grubbe 

j Imperial Hotel B Matson prop 
Imperial Oil Ltd Cranbrook Cartage 

& Trans Co agts 
Ingram G engineer CPR 
I Ingram J O brakcman CPR 

Inncs A engineer CPR 
1 Innes J A chief clerk CPR 
i Ito Jessie S steno Beale & Klwell 
Jackson Joseph conductor CPU 
James C C engineer CPR 
I Janson Xels of Wentwurth Hotel 
, Jecks H E baggage master CPK 
I Joe Bros Co tailors cleancrE 
Johns Michnr 1 H lircman CPR 
Johns AV R brakcman CPR 
Johnson A H engineer CPR 
Jchiison l- oMKtablc- 
Johnson Emma housekeeper Hotel 

Cranbrook 
Johnson R P brakeman CPR 
Johnson Wni mgr Carlisle Creamery 
Jollife A dairy products hogs etc 



Drugless 
Healing 




aid. 



Jones Wi 



Cranbrook 



Mich; 



barb.- 



ft dr 



:iks 



shop 



Llgar 



vatch 



Kelly Robt 

Bros 
Kcmball A tcamstei 

& Warehouse Co 
Kemball James clerk l-' Parks & ( 
Kemball James R carman's helper 
Kennedy G E blacksmith 
Kennedy J E deputy registrar Pr( 

Govt 
Kershaw Doris steno Royal Hank 
Kllbv \V "\V second-hand store 
Kllllns Harry L engineer CPR 
Kochelnnk George barber JI Kelly 
Kootenay Garage V) T Cooper prop 

auto gamcc acre 



Uaworth 
Transfer 



.-ulcar 



We have Every 
System, Method or 
Appliance — Elec- 
trical and Other- 
wise — used hy any- 
one Anywhere, for 
the Cure or Pre- 
vention of Disease. 
C»ll, Write or Phone 
Soy. 60 J 



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KOOTENAY TElEPHOmC LINES 
LTD, W D GlU-oy Sec, J R Adam. 
Bon Plant Supt, Owners of Kootonay 
Telephone Lines. 

lvrii'v;irii k i'rank hotth-r <"ranbi-ook 



Chong Mab Jim 



DOWNIE 

Sanitarium, Ltd. 
isoi 

St.nd.rd nink BMg. 
VANCOUVER 



rks & Co 



Lnfontnino Al of Chib Cafe 

L.-ililhiw .lanifs T <-ivil anil miniiii; 

engineer 1! C Land surveyor 
T,.-inib Walter carpenter and repair 

shop 
I.ambnt Rev K St Eugene Mission 



Lancaster J teamster City Transfer 

& Warehouse Co 
Larsen C brakeman CPR 
Laurie Albert E mach apprentice 

CPR 
Laurie John carman CPR 
Laurie Walter J carman CPR 
Leamaii Edward H machinist CPR 
Leask John police magistrate 
Leask Lionel ticket taker Rex Theatre 
Leask Roy usher Re.'c Theatre 
LeBlanc Louis stock and farming 
Lee Rev Robt pastor Methodist 

Church 
Leighton J C plumber Patmore Bros 
Leitch C brakeman CPR 
Leith David mech Hanson Garage 
Lemes Donald liroman CPR 
Leonard R W brakeman CPU 
Leonard W conductor CPR 
Levett Charles poultry and vege- 
tables 
Lewis Annie waitress Hotel Cran- 
brook 
Lewis Donald hostler CPR 
Lewis Lawson m.achinist CVU 
Liddicott Alma clerk W V Hill 
Lindquist Frank of Wentworth Hotel 
Lindquist J P mixed fanning 
Lindsay C conductor CPR 
Linn D brakeman CPR 
Lippitt Geo mixed farming 
Lippitt G E trucker CPR 
Little Chas J of Little .<i Atchison 

vice-pies Retail Merchants Assn 
Little Davenport Cafe Walter Walters 

prop 
Little & Atchison grocers fruits feed 

ice cream confectioner.v 
Lodge T bkpr City Transfer & Ware- 
house Co 
Logan James janitor Central school 
Lombardo D lireman CPR 
Loucks Leslie engineer CPR 
Luscomb Harry butcher P Burns & 

Co Ltd 
McAuley J A conductor CPR 
McBurney Annie clerk Bcattie-Xohle 
McBurney K .\. conductor CPR 
McCabe Robt cigars and soft drinks 
McCallum John Ilreman CPR 
McClure J H city hydrant man 
.McConnell J poultry and farming 
.McCr.-erv Bros dry goods mcn'.'s furn- 
ishings and millinery 
McCreery M oC .MeCreery Bros 
.\rcCreerp U of McCreery Bros 
McCrimmon M A brakcman CPR 
McDonald A H brakeman CPR 
McDonald II engineer «"PR 
McDonald J E billiards cigars and 

soft drinks 
McDonald Saml mixed farming 
McEachern Charles chauff Drs Gieen 

& MacKinnon 
t^rcKachern V Ilreman CPR 
McFadven J dist master mech and 

train master CPR 
Mrl.-:.riiM..- I M conductor CPR 
Mi-iiiM n :: tin.-k repairer CPR 
M.'t : , iiieur City Transfer & 

^r,-l;:!.. ;, S 1. ik.mnn CPR 
M,-K:iv 1. 111(1 i.Upr Beattle-Noble Ltd 
M.-K.-e 1-; L IM-einan <;PR 
MrK'enr.le A M mixed farming 
McKowau H A mgr Cranbrook .«;ash 

.<• Door Co Ltd 
>r( r.enn A R aoct Royal Bank 
McLean J II second-hand store and 



Mcr 



McL. 
McLi 



CPR te 



-iph 



;inU of <"oi 
,MeL.-o,l's 
sler CPR 



WKIGLEVS B. C. DUJECTORY 



McNeil Christopher D eng wachman 

CPR 
McN'eil J C brakeman CPR 
McPhee Benj faimiriK- and stock 
McPhee C F fireman Cianbrook Elec- 
tric Light Co. Ltd 
McPhee Edna M acct Prov Govt 
McPhee E H sec Cranbrook Electric 

Lisrht Co Ltd and pub com Hoard 

of Trade 
MacDonald A B of MacDonald & Nis- 

bet 
MacDonald C P travelinsr salesman 

Western Canada Wholesale Co Ltd 
MacDonald T> JI teller Bank of Com 
Macdonald James electrician CPU 
Macdonald J A prop B C Livery 
Macdonald W 1' mechanic V Dczall 
MacDonald & Nisbct barrister.s and 

solicitors 
MacFarlane W J of Clarke & MacFar- 

lane 
Machuni K R m^r CPR dept natural 

resources forestry branch 
Mackay Dorothy operator Koolcnay 

Telephone Lines Ltd 
MacKinnon Archibald mgr Cranbrook 

Foundry 
MacKinnon Dr G E L of Green & 

MacKinnon 
MacLeod Margaret millinery ladies' 

ready-to-wear fancy goods 

rson F M undertaker and mgr 



MacPh 

of Hanson Garai 
Magee Charles engineer CPR 
Mahalfey G brakemnn CPR 
Maharg C S div supt CPR 
Maikawa K barber and confectionery 
Malcolm Sydney fireman CPR 
Malone Thomas boilermakers' helper 

CPR 
Manahan G F conductor CPR 
Mann David M carman CPR 
Manning John groceries crockery 

flour and feed 
Marapo.li Joe sho.m.iker 
Marslirill W C bkpr Cranbiook Meat 

Market 
MABTIN BROS, Real Estate, Insnr. 

ance and Employment Oinc«. 
Martin John of Martin I!ros 
Matson Bert prop Imperial Hotel I 
Mazro Frank billiards and cigars 
Melstcr Fred brakeman CPR 
Mcrrlngton J frt trucker CPR 
Mlddlcton Olive operator Kootenay 

Telephone Lines Ltd 
Miles F B dentist 
Millar J T tel opr CPR 
Miller Andrew live stf)ck farming 
Miller H W nifchanics apprentice 

Hanson Garage 
Mllllgan George S llrcman CPR 
Milne J mgr City Transfer & Ware- 
house Co 
Mllroy J check scaler Prov forest 

branch 
Moo A M brakeman CPR 
Moffat Harriet stono Cranbrook Cart- 



& Trn 



Co 



Jforrafs Vailrty Store R P Moffat 



prop 
.^Iolr ~ 
Mol8 



n agent CPR 
liool foacher 
has Sing prop 
y Charlie Wing prop | 
dist forester Prov I 

eman CPR 
•ustoms clerk 
Cranbrook Brewing I 



CEANBROOK 

; Murgatroyd Sidney mach apprentice 
CPR 
Murphy Rev Father R C priest 
' Murray J A engineer CPR 
j Mutrie Kathleen school teacher 
1 Nasco Joo emp Cl'R 
I Xeil F C of Central Garage 
: Neil J engineer CPR 
Nelson Nicholas fireman Imperial Ho- 
1 tel 

, Xiblock Geo tailor and cleaning 
I Nicholson Alexander cook Hurry's 
I White Lunch 

Nisbet W A of MacDonald & Nisbet 
i Noble A P sec Beattie-Noble Ltd 
North Thomas fireman CPR 
Ogden H driver Cranbrook Jobbers 
O'Hearn Nellie school teacher 
j O'Neil Joseph clerk W D Hill 
Owens Lewis engineer CPR 
I Palmer J L acct Cranbrook Cartage 
I & Trans Co 

Panning Albert H hostler CPR 
I Pantling A fireman CPR 
I Parker Charles S prop Cranbrook 
I Cartage A Trans Co 

Parker C N brakeman CPR 
I Parkinson Isaac pipe fitter CPR 
I PARKS r & CO (F Parks), -Whole- 
sal© and RctaO Hardware, Stoves, 
Iron, Tins and Graiiltewarc. Paints, 
Oils and Glass, Blacksmiths' Iium- 
ber and Mill SuppUcs. (See Advt.) 
Parnaby i:.o mixed farming 
Parnaby D driver Cranbrook Trading 

Co Ltd 
Parnaby W F brakeman CPR 
Parrett T N blacksmith 
Parris Beatrix clerk PO 
Pascuzxo Ross mechanic Kootenay 

Garage 
Passmore F E elccriciaan Cranbrook 

Electric Light Co Ltd 
Paterson Edward I sec Fink Mer Co 

Ltd 
Paterson Ellen B school teacher 
Paters. .n M.la E steno Bank of Com 
Patmoro Bros (G W & J C) plumbing 
li.'.itliig stoves bicycles and elec- 
trical goods 
Patterson J dairy products pork catllo 

hay and grain 
Patterson T teamster City Transfer & 

Warehouse Co 
Pattlnson John butcher P Burns & 

Co 
Patton WInnlfred steno Drs Green 

& MacKinnon 
Paulson Elmer dispenser Queen's Ho- 
tel bar 
Pelton G R fireman CPR 
Parkin J fireman CPR 
Pettlgrcw J K switchman CPR 
I'hinii>-^ J .l:\lr^•lnc nilwd farming- 
PhU!!' l: . . V . . n -:. 1 rici-k PO 



Phinl;,t( (• K ,ni\n.l farming 
Pocock Charles W hostler CPR 
PoTitesso Adolph car repairer CPR 
Pow Robert K socy railway Y.MCA 
Powi'll G. n B prop Cranbrook Clean- 
ers and Dyers 
Price C D brakeman CPR 
ITIce Robert J blacksmith CPR 
Procter Roy brakeman CPR 
Provinzaiio IVIK billiards cigars and 

soft drinks 
Prnv.nzano I'rank groceries cigars 

and tobacco 
Pyni I'raMk forest ranger Prov For- 
est blanch 
Quaife David C hostler CPR 
Kadclinc A J engineer CPR 
Kadclin,- IMward J fireman CPR 
Bae George moulder t^ranbrook Fdy 
Railway VMCA Rob.rt E Pow secy 




Johnstone 



and 

Rov/lands 

We have the 
largest listing of 
property in the 
interior of B. C. 

Farms 
Cattle Ranches 



P. 0. Box 518 

KAMLOOPS 

KAUSTINE 

WATERLESS 

TOILETS 

No Septic Tank 

No Water 
System 

A Aecfssilv in 
Unstwercd Dii tricit 



rnlr.l C.it.ilegue 
(nil F.irtlculars 
1 Applicllion 



V/ILLARD- 
HUME CO. 

1 IMI I I.I) 

B.C. Distributor. 

Standard Dank BIdg. 

VANCOUVER 



CEANBKOOK 



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Macdonald 

Marpole 

Co., Ltd. 



C 



A 
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1001 MAIN ST. 
VANCOUVER 



The Truth About 

OIL 



We ha 
in Re 



>:l-t79acre<i 
0,l Terri- 



TEXAS 

1002 Arrcs in the 
Lower Fraser 

Valley 

••The Biggest 
Butiness in 
the World." 

TEXAS- 
DUPLEX 

Oil and Refining 

Co. of 
FortWortb, Texas 



NATIONAL 
FUNDING CO. 

of Cannd.,. Ltd. 
StanJ.rd Bank BIdg. 

Vancouver 



Katclilfe W forema 

son Gara!;e 
Rawortli liros jewelers opticians 
Reade C A clerk CPR 
Repce G W flre chief 
Reed Herbert J loco foreman CPR 
Reekie James machinist Cranbrook 

Foundry 
Reekie John baker's apprentice Home 

Bakery 
Renauld F mixed farming 
Rex Theatre Geo R Leask prop pic- 
ture show 
Reynolds Frederick storf-keeper CPR 
Richardson L stock keeper Hanson 

Garage i 

Richer Geo small fruit farming 
Richmond Rachael Janitrc-ss Kootenay I 

Orcliard School j 

RoauU A teamster Citv Transfer &I 

Warrhouso Co I 

Roberts IMith clerk M.-f^-od's Store i 
Roberts F clerk Doni Kxprcss 
Roberts J constable 
Roberts Thns M city clerk and treas 
RolKrtson F K tnur Royal Rank 
Robtitson John en»rineer CPR 
Rob. rlson J (liv engineer CPR 
Uobidi.-iud H coniluctor CPR 
Robinson A clerk Rank of Com 
Robinson W G wart house foreman 

Cranbrook Jobbers I>td 
Romano Charlie carman CPR 
RombouKh S M bacKa tenia n CPR 
Root H () engineer CPR forestry br 
RosUnc F O brakeman CPR 
Ross Robert H carman CPR 
Rov John S eniilneor CPR 
Royal Rank of Canada F E Robcrson 

mcr 
BOYAl. FOOI. ROOM, W Steward 

Prop, BUliards and Pool Hall, 

Cie-ii'S, Tobacco and Soft Drinka. 
Rudnlckl Vincent rep Soldi-rs' Civil 

Re-establlshmont 
Rumscy O brakeman CPR 
Rumscy J L poultry farmlnir 
Rumsey S S asst acct CPIt 
Russell F cnBlneer CPR 
Russell F A real estate 
RutledKO John \V (V S) prcs Ajirl- 

cultural Assn 
Rutley James .nKlnecr CPR 
Sacco V (,'rnccrles and billiards 
Salnsburv H K bee-keeper 
i .'Jt Kloi A brakeman CPR 
I St Kloi Marparet stcno Bcale & El- 



Sissons C meat cutter Cranbrook 

Meat Market 
Smith A P. stock and poultry sec 

Cranbrook Farmers' Inst. 
Smith A C clerk Lester Clapp 
Smith Georce clerk Hotel Cranbrook 
Smith Mamie clerk Cranbrook Clean- 
ers A Dyers 
Soden \V foreman city waterworks 
South E prop Cranbrook Hotel Bar- 
ber Shop 
Speers D J comluctor CPR 
Spence Gladys M billing clerk CPR 
Spence J H ensineer Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co Ltd 
Spence J W prop Cranbrook Agency 

Co 
Spreull Cr J of Gurd .& Spreull pies 

Board of Trade 
Star Second-hand Store W W Kilby 

prop 
Starritt D mixed farmins 
Stender \Vm blacksmith helper CPR 
Stevens Henry clerk Koyal Pool Km 
Stevenson Geo F pres Cranbrook Job- 
bers Ltd 
Steward AV prop Roynl Pool Room 
Stewart T M R mcr battery service 

station Hanson Oarawe 
Stirrelt D F dairy farming 
Stone AV D mixed farming 
Stover Cora clerk McCreery Bros 
Str.-ichan Adam P. hostler CPR 
Strange A ero shoemkr 
Sullivan G I. brakeman CPR 
Sullivan L P prop Cranbrook Courier 
Sullivan Vincent D eng watchman C 

P R 
Sutherland D A watchm.aker W H 

Wilson 
Sutherland J J fireman CPR 
Sym.s Sally P cl.rk I'ink Merc Co 
Taylor George carman CPIi 
Taylor J S brakeman CPR 
Tiriacr- Mary operator Kootenay Tel 



•s Ltd 

Terrace Xettle chief operator Koo- 
tenay Telephone Lines Ltd 
Thompson Geo H county court Judge 
Thompson James brakeman CPR 
Thomson Nigel mech Kootenay Gar- 
age 
Thomson Orvllle printer Cranbrook 

Courier 
Tillin R T conductor CPR 



Tin 



F S 



CPR 



fU 
St Eugene Hospital Sister Tencrede 

Superior 
Sam Sing laundry 
Sam Ylck dry goods and crocerles 
Sanderson James janitor South Ward 

school 
Sanderson J B farming 
Sang Robert E traveling salesman 

Crniitirook Jobbers Ltd 
Sir\i- .if^.-; T engineer CPR 
Sum-- k viola steno i;e.Tl.> & Elwell 
SI. .1 A J mgr Cranbrook Jobbers 
Sri.it 1. irney cleaning and pressing 
s. !i.\ w .^ scavenger 
S. vin.r.l T'.dwnril t>rop Citv Kakerv 
.■!> I. Ul. ton Allvrt pipe litter CPR 



Tong Chong Co Chinese store 
Topham P roadmnster CPR 
Van Braam C ticket clerk CPR 
Veeverg L of Queen's Hotel 
Vceverg cS: Benson props Queen's Ho- 
tel 
Walker J L acct F Parks .t Co 
W.ilkley J R prop Cranbrook Meat 

MrirUet 
Uallaio C N dairy farming 
W.ill.ico J dalrv farming 
Will ui- T A brakomnn CPR 
Wnlllngcr Muriel A ledger Imperial 
Bank 
i WalUnper N'oel cliauffeur Cranbrook 
Auto Livery 
Walliiiger N A Govt Act PIst Regis- 
trar Supreme and County Courts 



uiel trimmer CPR ! 

Ilremnn CI'R 
W clerk Cranbrook Trailing 

public school 



II S 



G P J 
J iltv 



•f cl 



"PR 



vitcliman CPR 
prop Little Davenport 
■lerk John Manning 
lirector B C Land Settle- 



ristir Cranbrook 



rhiof clerk CPR tie 



WIUGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



CKESCENT 



Wetherell M P mgr The Auditorium 
Wheaton J H liif-man CPR 
WHITE HAKRY, Collector of Cus- 
toms and Inland Hevenne. 
White Sybil school teacher 
Whitehouse J H Dom Express agt 
■\\Tiiteside S F engineer CPR 
Whiting- Wm dispenser Royal Pool 
Room 
Whittier James carman CPR 
Whittier James L fireman CPR 
Wiles Jess teamster Cranbrook Cart- 
age & Trans Co 
Williams E conductor CPR 
Williams F switchman CPR 
Willis G B prop East Kootenay 

Greenhouses 
Willis P W mgr Cranbrook Cleaners 

& Dyers 
Wilson W A brakeman CPR 
Wilson W H jeweler optician sec 

Cranbrook Dist Auto Assn 
W'lnp Chontr Chinese store 
Wolfer Percy C emp CPR 
Wolfer W W bacfraccman CPR 
"Wood H brakeman CPR 
Woodland Amy school teacher 
Woodman Jos planer Cranbrook Sash 

& Door Co Ltd 
Woods I.>anklin emp CPR 
Woods I'cter stock and farming 
Worden W E prop City Transi'er & 

Warehouse Co mixed farming 
Worthington Frank H pre-rmption 
Inspector Prov Korect Branch fruit 
farming 
Young C B relief dispatcher CPR 



CRAWFOED BAY 

a r. O. and settlement on cast side 
of Kootenay Lake, and head of Craw- 
ford Bay, in Kaslo Prov. Elec. Dist.. 
reached by C.P.R. Kootenay Lake 
steamers. 12 miles from Procter, the 
nearest C.P.R. telegraph point. II.is 
Dom. Govt, and I!. C. teletihonn ot- 
flccs. ofllcc of Sub-recorder .Mnsworth 
Mining Division, public .•school and 
public hall. Local resources, fruit 
g: owing, lumbering, mining and fish- 
ing. 

Bayliss Robert ranching 
Bayliss W mixed farming 
Bourne K L ranching 
Burden & Watson lumber mnfrs hotel 

and ranch 
Clnrk F A minister 1st Church of 

Clirist and ranching 
Cllbborn A E mixed farming 
Crawford Bay F.irmers* Inst W W 

Mooney see 
Crawford Bay Hotel A Fournier prop 
Crawford Bay Women's Inst Mrs S 

I- Kl.lni:\n see 
Cn 



Kidri 
ist 



W J bees 



:hing and flor- 



Legg Mrs P T poultry-raising 
Li\Krsedge L W ranching 
Liversedge R ranching 
Locke P J ranching 
Lytle L sec school board 
Lytle T W mixed farming and min- 
ing recorder 
McGregor A P" ranching 
McGregor Geo A ranching 
McGregor Jas E ranching 
Mahood Rev J Anglican clergyman 
Maudsley H ranching 
Mooney W W ranching 
Murray H ranching 
Nelson A ranching 
Olson J ranching 
Palmer O ranching 
Peter J J ranching 
Richardson H mixed farming 
Simpson F W' ranching 
Strathearn W B ranching 
rhthoft E J 
Wadds D photographer 
■Walker Miss D ranching 
Westbury B L ranching 
Williams C M ranching 
Wilson Jas ranching 
■Women's Instituate 
Wiilgar E J ranching 
ZImmer Geo farming 

CRAWFORD -S ANCHORAGE 

a logging camp on the Loughborough 
inlet-Topaz Harbor water route ol 
the Union .''.S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver, which carry mail. 
B. C Mills Timber & Trading Co log- 
ging operators 
Cavanaugh J foreman B C M T & T 



Ijl 



Co. 

ulroney — logging contr 



CREIGHTON VALLEY 

:\. timber and farming settlement in 
• •kaii.igan Valley. 19 miles from Ver- 
non, the iieare.st ry point on the C.P. 
R.. in Nor. Okanagan Prov. Elec. Dist. 
reached by stage from Vernon. Has 
telehpone service. Local resources: 
Forming and timber. Address mail 
via R. R. 1. Lumby PO. 
Balllstra J farming 
Barbe A farming 
Harrison A F H farming 
Inglis David farming 
Inglls D W farming 
Kent C farming 
Uintlmun E farming 
Lewis A G farming 



A.D. 

Gunn & Co. 

-Wtolesale 
Codfecliofiers 

Drug and 

Grocery 

Specialties 

Ask for "Gunn's 

Famous 
Salted Peanuts " 

129 Cordova, W. 

VANCOUVER, 

B.C. 




& CO. 

EXCLLSIVK 



J tiint-growing 


CRESCENT 




KMRRIKR^ 


.■Mi,i„g 


a P.O. and station on the 


O.N.R. 


ruiiiiiijiio 


Seattle branch. U miles south of New 




rai'iehing 


Westn.inst.r. In Delta Pro\ 


. Elec. 


and Dealers in 


A prop Crawford Bay Ho- 


Disl. Has B.C. telephone. 








Anderson C J poultry-raising 




Raw Furs 


M ranching 


And. rson J farming 




W H r.inehliig 


T^nll W O 




Jor rnnehing 


r.. 1 IV \lh-it farming 






1 S Apostolic minister and 








g 

inching 
W 


);ni iN II M 1 ,1 mixed farming 




Pars Remodelled 


Cai'i'pi'ell -i-his ranching 




ind Repaired in 


M J commander R X 


Calt leori,-.- !■: poultry-raising 




he Latest Styles 


.V C mixed larming 


Cllll^tophelson S farming 




J K general store mixed 


Crese, nl Oyster Co Ltd W L 


ambert 




.nnd postmaster 


mgr oyster beds 






W 


rrus,. I.' 




SCO 


^purser CPR stean\er 


n.- i:.el< rai>t H farming 
l'-r:i-.T II iNlieinian 




GRANVILLE ST. 


Mrs C mixed farmliig 


Gallsple Robt farming 






Mike mining and ranching 


Glhlin G.orge farming 

Hotel Crescent Capt Williams 


prop 


Vancouver 



170 j_ 

THE 

CALUNDER 
SHORE CO. 

— Limited- 
Sole B. C. 
Representatives 
-FOR- 

LOUDEN 

Machinery 
Co. 

Stable 
Equipment 

155 Pender W. 
Vancouver 



CRESCENT 



Humbeistadt W carp and farming 

Hunter J shingle mill 

Lambers W mgr Crescent Oyster Co 

Lees \V J 

MacKeclinie G H farming- 

Matheson JIrs M farming- 

Melrose Shingle Co 

Oleson C farming 

Patterson James A mixed farming 

Sigurdson Oscar mixed farming 

Stevenson Uenjamin mixed farming 

Stewart J mixed farming 

Stewart Wm J farming 

Templett AVm 

Triggs G farming 

Tulloch J dairy 

Wade H G farming and logging 

Williams Capt gen store farming PM 

and prop Hotel Crescent 
Wright P P mixed farming 

CRESCENT BAY 

(fOMMfiiv called Farrington's Land- 
ing i. a !:ir liii=r of the C.P.U. I-Cootenay 
Lako sl...nnrs from Xelson. the P.O.. 
S ' ;. inllts ca.'^t.. in Prov. Elec. Dist. of 
Tmir. Has rural and long distance 
telephones. Local resources: Fruit- 
growing, farming and gold mining. 
Anderson J D (Kokanee Ldg) 
Dronsfield Thos ranching 
Fosheim A 

Hayes Henry ranching 
Mill.s B P mixed farming 
Oakcs Wm H ranching 
Paterson J mixed farming and JP 
Prowso %Vm li farming 
Toye J mixed farming 

CRESCENT BEACH 

a summer resort on Boundary Bay, 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIEECTOEY 



H mile from Crescent, on the G. N. 
Ry.. in Delta Prov. Elec. Dist. Post 
ofiice is open during summer, while 
Crescent PO. is more genejally used. 



CRESCENT VAT.T.r.Y 

a P. O. and flag station on the C. P. R. 

Nelson-Slocan-Roseberry Line, two 

miles north of Sloean Jet. and 14 ij 

miles northwest of Nelson, on the 

Slocan River, in Trail Prov. Elec. 

Dist. Local resources: Farming and 

fruit-growing. Has B. C. telephone 

oflice. R. C. mission and public school. 

.\ Doukliobor setllcment is located 

here. 

Bourgeois Antonio ranching 

Bourgeois George ranching 

Bourgeois Henri ranching 

Bourgeois Moise ranching 

Bourgeois Orphir ranching 

Brodie Wm ranching 

Cunningham Robt gen store PM and 
sec school board 

Fortoscuo. E farming 

Gallant W J rancliing 
, Gardiner C B ranching 
! Hassard Robt farming 
I KaylotT H ranching 
I Kosiancic dairy farming 

Landis H B farming 

Langill Allison farming 

Larson A ranching 
Negus T N rancliing 

SJonian B ranching 

Smart E ranching 

Smith Wm B farming 

Snow J ranching 

Sticc J W farming 
Wlnstanley Wm dairy farming 



PHONE 67 P.O. BOX 55 

Creston Auto &: Supply 

R. S. BEVAN, Prop. 

Ford and Willys-Knight Overland Cars 
Gas Engines 
[. Pumps, Motor Boat Supplies, Farm hnplements 




PLUMBERS :: AUTO BODY BUILDERS 

CRESTON, B.C. 



\VKIGLEV8 B. C. DIRECTORY 



Creston 



P.O.. dairying fruit growing and [ CBESTON- AUTO & SUPPLY, R S 
Bevan Prop, Aato Garag-e, Hepairs, 
Auto Body Bnilrters. Accessories, 
Gas, Battery Charsring-, Antes lor 
Hire, Ford Dealers, Agricnltural 
Implements and PlumTiers. 

de C F Hayes 



lumberine district in the \Ve.=t Koo 
ter.ay Valley.' adjoinintr the interna- 
tional boundary, in Kalso Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. midway between Xelson and 
Cranbrook, on the C.P.R. Crow's Xe.et 
line. Has good auto roads; C.P.ll. I Creston Board 
telegraph: B.C. and Dom. Govt, long I sec 
distance telephones: oflice of Prov. 
Police Constable: Sub-recorder Xel- 
son Jlininp Division; public school; 
Anglican. Methodist, Presbyterian and 
R.C. churches. Local resources: Mix- 
ed farming, the district being special- 
ly adapted for the growing of all 
varieties of fruit, including straw- 
berries and other small fruits, plums, 
peaches, pears and apples, also to- 
matoes, potatoes and vegetablrs; 
dairying and lumbering. Population. 



Creston Dist AVomen's Inst Mrs J C 
Hamilton sec 

Cre.ston Drug & Book Co H K Oat- 
way mgr drugs stationery 

Creston Farmers' Inst W A SIcMur- 

UN- 



district. 
Adiard Jas fruit-growing 
Allen C \\- mgr Imp Bank of Can 
Amundsen G E barber J Peere 
Anderson Anna primer Creston Re- 
.iew 



Crosswa 



Anderson Axel fruit-growing 

Anderson A fruit ranching 

Andrew Hazel stcno Canyon City Lbr 

Co 
Andrew Killington fruit-growing 
Arrowr-mlth Jolin fruit-growing 
Ash Kred fruit-growing 
Raines Thos fruit-growing 
Barrowclough W poultry-raising 
Belanger F post and pole contr 
Bell J A prop Creston Hotel 
Bennett C G mgr Can Bank of Com 
Benny Geo fruit-growing 
Bevan R S prop Creston Auto & Sup- 
ply 
Bllnco John bees and fruit 
Broadway Robl school janitor 
Beard of Tr;.de Guy Constable pres 
Boffey Percy fruit-growing 
Botterlll Fd fruit-growing 
Boyd M J mgr Hardware & Furniture 

Supply Co Ltd 
Bridge E fruit-growing 
Brown \V K fruit-growing 
Bruce Mrs millinery 
Burns P & Co Ltd Geo Johnson mgr 

meat market i r-„_„., 

Canadian Bank of Commerce C G Ben- I i!.^„„\:J 

nctt mgr ' ■^•^'"^n 

Canadian Pacific Ry A R Swanson 

agt 
Candy Miss maternity hospital 
Canyon City Lumber Co Ltd C O 

Rodgers mgr mfrs lumber and 

ho-;, s l,.L-L-inu- (mills at Canyon) 
<";u :m ; i.-Ki i: !; ini\r.l farming 



CHESTON FRUIT GRO-WTERS 

ION LTD, R B Staples M-r, P.ack. 

ers and Shippers of Fruits and 

Vegetables, Dealers in Flour and 

Feed. 
Crtsion Hotel J A Bell prop 
I Creston Mercantile Co Ltd W H 

Crawford .-in--ir. as gtn St.. re 
Creston Power Light & Telophono Co 
I Ltd T J Crawford pres lines 
j throughout Crescent Valley 
I Creston Review C F Hayes prop 
I Creston Service Garage Lidgato Bros 
j prop.s auto garage repairs acces i 

series gas autos for hire ' 

I Creston Valley Stockbreeders" Assn 

Guy Constable sec I 



Crompton JAP stipendiary magls- 

it-ranchlns 



J ft 



H 



DEI.CO-I.IGHT PRODUCTS, £ H Mc. 

Phso Art. Cranbrook. 
Din^ J S laundry 
Dodd Herbert fruit-growing 
Dominion Land Settlement Board R 

Sinclair Smith appraiser 
Dow John fruit-growing I 

Downs Henry fruit-growing ' 

Doyle Augusta steno Creston Fruit i 

Growcr.s' Lnion Ltd 
Duperry .\lex fruit-growing 
Kdmondston T M ranching I 

Embree AVin B auto garage accessor- , 

les repairs gas plumber steam ftr 
Foote P U" fruit-growing 
Foreman S G confectr mus Instru- 




ling 



ClK 



Ja:- 



rii\od larmlng 

ilk Creston Merc Co 

'■ch Creston Auto & 



Forwar. 


Wm fruit-growing 




Krenrh 


A K barber billiards cigars 


f;.ill:\li.l 


Charles i: barrister 


and soir 


Olbbs I- 


C asst PM 




Goat M 


ountaln Watenvorks 


Ltd MaJ 


E y\: 


llandainc mgr wate 


r system 


Gobbitt 


Win fruit-growing 




GWV.V 


It S .-'n.ilh .-V.' 




Hamllto 


n Rev .M.t; . !■-; ■ ," 


iist.r 


HanillK 


n Hopr\ : . 




Hamllon John \' i : 


' !1~C ■'■"■C 


Crest 


n Fruit .; i 


I'. 11 l.M 



2 i- 




Cherron Fred 

Supply 

Che.-ter If tel opr CPR I 

ciiMirhiU Michel fruit-growing 
r<.]],< A .V J fruit-growing 
Conn ton Jas mixed fnrmlng 
CoiL-tiblo Cuv r.nl est Ins pres Board 1 

„[ ri ..1. ....! -.-.- Creston Valley I 

Cook .I'l ' -" : ;. - I 

Cotter ill . 1 •-. i-.)wlnB 

Couli.iK A :. .1 :.:. I .iMiing 

("i.iii;!.- An.iM \ I lie .-; <; iMiriMnan 

Cr..lf;io Mmto I, uit-growing 

Cr.Tu 101 .1 T I |.ies CPL & Tel Co Ltd 



Ltd M J Boyd 
Hayden John nii> 
Hayes C F prop 

Creston Hoard 
Heath Alice t. lie 
H.nd..i.-oii <; i: I.I 
H. 



iitractot 



ank of Com 
Med oin<er 
anil builder 



H 

Hilstrom p , Ik Cnston Merc Co Ltd 

Hilton W It fruit-growing 

Hohden G.-i> fruit-growing 

Ifobden John frult-gn.wlng 

Horkley Robt niKed farming 

Holmes IMw fruit-growing 

Hood G.o rattl. -ranching 

Hood Itiili:ird fruit-growing 




H 
eas Creston Mer lli 



Huscroft J H 




Modern Office "^Au^arfr^"^ °^ cahada. 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIBECTOEY 



Suppiy Co., Ltd. 

DESKS 

Chairs, Tables 
Bookcases 

FILING 

CABINETS AND 
SUPPLIES 
Non-Sh!ne 

Felt Chair Pads 

(They 



Jnckson I- 



lixed fanning 
V fruit-growing- 



Watson Wm fruit-growinir 
Webster Jas H fruit-growings 
y....-.„ .wuter V fruit-growing ' ^^ fl'l-^-J'-'Ph '"ech Creston Auto Sup. 

.^resion bervice Garage 
«^?,'.? ■' ^ ^^ Creston Farmers' In- 
stitute dept mgr Creston Fruit 
Growers' Union Ltd ^-luii 



CRISS CREEK 

a P. 



Mod 



«„^!i- '^"t"*^".' i'^ederick supt Prov 
I »,^'^'^';5 Land Settlement 
"- Wks'lSl'^'"*'^ ''"''' -''°""'^'" ^'-^'" 
f"/?.*^ Henry fruit-growing 
McCarthy Michael fruit-Krowing 
.McCord Rev Presby minister 

sVo7age ^ "'■"''' transfer and 

J|<^',"'"''i^ht Ken elk Crest 
•^^'f C"J R elk S A Spcers 
MrMutrie \Vm fruit-crowinc- 
MAilANDAINE MAJOH *^E. Pre. 

Goat MountiUa Waterwork. btd. 
.Manuel A grocories etc 

MawsonVros""^,v""'', ='^" ^■■"" 
lern Furniture M.^v"on Thos'V'r.fil^r'owIn;''"'"" 



Merc Co 



th< 



:lolhe«) 



for th( 



Modern Office 



Maxwell Jas mixed farmin 

-Mead .Mrs L fruit-growing i n..,.unu uto !•■ ranching 

MirnbelU A shoemkr 2nd hand furn K" ''"'°" -Jay -'tock-raising 



n ii<»= „«,.,.. ""^ncliing settlement. 43 
l"o:,'^t^ "p-'ro^^^lfec"' ii^r'Ta^eh'e"d^i'; 
wagon road. Nearest ra U«ay pohu i' 

fvhi?j;*''p°r„t'-Y„?- ¥ ""'-^ nSrt'h it 
wnicn point connection with the C 

Pop''ula?ion':%r'"- "^-' '^"'"''^ «^'^°°'- 
-A. very Walter stock-raising 
Arnold Percy stock-raisini 

i\l^ ?V sro^tAi"i^i,1:-^>- '"-ing 

Buckle J blacksmith and mixed farm- 

Kuckley Win farming 

Purlock .V stock-raising 

Carter Krcd ^ 

nillon J J stock-raising 

ijdmark Thos stock-raising 

He er Frank stock-raising 

""]]<"- Joe stock-raising 
r Hoi er Pete stock-raising 
'""Hand Geo V r.-inchlng 



....... uwiii A snoemKr 2nd hand 

Moore Chas fruit-growing .and 
I surveyor 

ACt D J c. iir ^'""'■e Clark aripr W i: Fmbree 
163 Pender St. W. i J'o<^'-e J J mixed farming 
I Moore J P mixed farming 
Vancouvpr >'"rrow Wm blacksmith 

Vancouver , Oatu..^y^H K mgr Creston Drug 

'•" ,i "''■•<-" P fruit-growing 

t Olsen Kric fruit-farming 



p, I Faciilc lUs 

commercial Kl^i^vV""'*-'"'"'""'" 



Auto 



rv 1. ri Putnam Fr. 

Uelivery Lo. Qu'ft c o 

Vancouver. We,. '{£'"'"' 
Vancouver and S.,,,; 
Way Point. .^"' 



Pease \Vm frui 

Peekin Theatr 

Peerc J barbe 

Pcnson E A f 

Putnuni F 

fruit-ranching 



... Jwlng 

If'vd C Rodger.^ 

illiards cigars 



Furniture 

Moving 

Storage 

Baggage 

Express and 

Parcel 

Delivery 

Van- 



■?ii\ :^ '^''1 "'■"'^ "''■>■ goods men's 
■ilshings |,.,r.l«are groceries 
t John fr\Mt-irro«lng 

Inio' "."-'li '^''"••'" I'^u" Grow- 
'Ii'ht fruit-growing 
W P iruit-growlng 
■11 P fruit-farming 



n>i. Leave 

c-uver I0« ...^ 

3 p.m. Dailv. 

Vancr./>/,o„c5ey 

8918 
N. Vanrr. Phone 

25Lt 

315 Cordova. W. 
VANXOUVER 



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Johnston Wm stork-raising 

t^^"'* r- ''•■"■■>" f'^'oing stock-rais- 
ing and postmaster 
. Mnssoy a cattle-r.vislng 
*■ ' Page S dairy farming and stock 
Pleas A B stock-raising ^"^'' 
.^ylvcster A stock-raising 
Sylvester J stock-rni.slng 
Sylvester Wm stockraislng 

"^'nr'so'c^^h^'^ri^ra ''•■"^»' '"""'"^ 
\\.lliiigion F justice peace 
J\eliIngton Gl.-n stock-raising 
\S inters A F stock-raising 

CROFTON 

fn^H °i- "ii" \"'»B0 ''" Vancouver Is- 
1^ ; 'r <^°"'<-l'an Prov. Elcc. Di' 
reached by C. P. R. VIctorLa-Ganges 

and stage daily. Nearest railwiv 
point is Weslholmo. on K & N lV7 
and nearest C.P.R. telegraph point is 
t unc-jn. Has public school .>fngn. an 
church and telephone o.llce. Shipping 
.point for logs from Cow Uh an Lake! 
a branch line of the i;. * N Rv run- 

hi!;? ,?'" "'•■'' P"'"' '° tidewater 
here Resources: Farming, lishlng 
[logging. Population. ir,n "-"'"*.. 

Barnes Lleut-CoI G K retired 
c;..arTey'FIovd !n ".';''."'°"^' keeper 
I ii>cKer .las laborer 

IV\ltt Jos farming an. livery 
Punno C W mixed firtninir 

!-•' ^'' ^AV" »■■'■" ""•■' •■>'"" P-M 
Fodto Cl.iionoo I.Tl.nr. r 



WAi,?^sir.Y R."bc.m' Estate and In- 



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WRIGLEY 



DIRKCTORY 



CUMBERLAND 



MacBeath Geo poultry-raisinir 
Marpole Mrs A T mixed farming 
Mitchell \Vm laborer 
Vetzer Otto poultry-raising 
Ouelette Her tor boom man 
Pearce Jos T hotel 
<immonOs H X laborer 
Svme Hobt blacksmith 
Talbot Lewis farm laborer 
Vernon Artliur mixed farming 

CKOWDEES 

a Dom. Govt, tflepraph onice. in Kam- 
loops Prov. Elec. Dlst.. IS miles south 
of Merrltt. the business centre, and 1 
north of Aspen Grove, the P.O. Has 
school. Local resources: Lumber, 
stock-raising, coal. Iron and copper. 
Angstadt Wm mining 
Bale J K mining 
Crowders F \V agt Dom Govt Tel 

and ranching 
Gladwin Gilbert mining 
Lowe E P mining 
Roberts A mining 
Smith H H mining 

CEOWN POINT 

a station on the C.P.R Xelson-Ross- 
land branch. J miles east of Koss- 
land. the nearest P.O.. In Trail Prov. 
Elec. Dist. No agent or local resi- 
dents. 

CROW'S NEST 

a P. O. and village at suinmlt of 
Crow's Nest Pas.s. altitude 4.400 I'eet. 
In Fcnile Prov. Elec. Dlst.. on the 
C.P.R. Crows N.sl line. Has C.P.K. 
telegraph and telephone. Presbyterian 
church and public school. Population. 
100. Local resources: Lumbering, 
coal mining, fishing, hunting, boat- 



Boocock Wm car insp CPU 
Broadhurst J A yard foreman CPR 
Brown U ch'cUer CPR 
CPR Boarding House Jessie Mc- 

Kinnon nigr 
Chin Parks restaurant 
Coan Lulgl hostler CPR 
Emorv David swltdiman CPR 
Freeman J T opr CPR 
Kreem.-iM L <: t.-l opr CPR 
H I' ; ' ' t .\ : i o.-xl n\lne opr 
II . , ; !^: works 

II I 1 ' til coal mine opr 

I- I ... i;nck Creek Lbr Co 

■f''} ' . i.'.i :. buokUeeper 
Kny L C, tcl opr CPR 
Kennedy Thomi.s farming 
Kerry !•' switchman CPR 



McCool Jas prop Summit Hotel 
McKinnon Jessie mgr CPR big house, 
McLeod Miss C school teacher ; 

Mah Lock laundrv 

Mardo Gildo hostler CPR i 

Mennie G E agent CPR 
Miller Jas ice contractor 
Milner J tie contr props logging ! 

Marettl Carl emp CPR . } 

Roche Thos trapper guide 
Rock Creek Lumber Co Jas Joyce mgr | 
Ruzzuti AI lumbering 
Saco Philip emp CPR 
Sainsbury R E car chkr CPR | 

Shaylor II A loco foreman CPR 1 

Smith Geo emp CPR I 

Sparham Ernest H gen store and PM 
Spence E V tel opr CPR i 

Strange Kred shoemaker 
Strong John butcher lumbering 
Summit Hotel Jas McCool prop 
Summit Lime .t Cooperage Works I 
Taylor W O timekpr CPR I 

Turner ■VVm E car foreman CPR 
Yager J A tel opr CPR sec school 1 
board I 

CROYDON STATION \ 

a P. O. and station on the G.T.P. Ry.. I 
2G miles east of McRride. In Fort 
George' Prov. El.c. Dlst. and 13 west - 
of Tete Jauiie Cache. Has G. T. P. 
Telegraph. Lumbering. Population. 
100. 

Croydon Lumb.r Co Ltd sawmill 
Wilson Thomas post and pole nifr 



CTJLTUS LAKE 



a timber b-rth on Cultus l,ake. which 
Is 2':. miles long. In the Columbia 
Valley. 12 miles from Sardls. on the 
l:.C. I'.lec. Rv.. and IC south of Clillli- 
wack. In Chilliwack Prov. Elec. Dlst.. 
reached by wagon road. Nearest tele- 
graph ofllce Is at Vedder Crossing, n 
miles. Local resources: Timber and 
llsh hatchery. Addres mall Cultus 
Lake, via Llndell P.O. 
North Pacific Lumber Co timber 



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327 Seymour St. 
VANCOUVER 
Phone Sty. 153 




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OXTLTUS IvAKE RANCH 

In Dcndman Cre-k Valley. 20 miles 
from Savona on the C.P.R.. In Knni- 
loops l»rov. Elec. Dlst. There arc few 
white families in the valley, there be- 
ing the Deadman Indian Reserve mid- 
way between Savona and Cultus L.ike 
ranch. Adrlress mail via Savona P.O. 
Scott Ed N stock-raising 



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Cumberland 



t.'4^2, 3J^,5and 
6 ton capacity 

Immtdialc DcUvtry 

COLUMBIA 



the CC (D) Ltd. hydro- 
■t The scenery on this 
' !• .iiid all tourists should 
: "I a half dav viewing 
i.ry of this beautiful 
i'\ IS reached by .m ex- 
'Minhile road conne<'tlng 
Highway from 



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Comox Lake, and conni'cts with li 
in Hay. which Is 12 miles south- p. 
the shipping i.oint for Canadian! ei 
i.-iirs ( ni Ltd., and also with the I pi 
i.- N. l!_y.^ :>t Rovstun. four inllcs | <■■ 

e Is one of the 'u'autv spots of | ai 
Island, ami nffonls exc.lh-nt llsh- I n 
aiMl boating, and Is the supply 1 Ir 



lour miles di; 
i:lit. w 
istance 



Motor 
T^\ Service, Ltd. 

B.C. Diftributori 

llOSGranvilleSt. 

VANCOUVER. 

B.C. 



I 



CrUMBEELAND 



C. DIRECTORY 



DOUGUS, 
MACKAY 
&Co. . 
Insurance 



General Agents 

for 
British Columkia 



AGENTS 
WANTED 

Unrepreiented 
Dittricti 



710-12 
Board ol Trade HIdg. 

Vancouver, B.C. 

38-39 
Arcade Building 

Victoria, B.C. 



groceries, ilry goods and general 
merchandise, three auto repair shops, 
carrying- necessary supplies: two 
bnke .shops. Islander Publishing Co.. 
ami ample hotel accommojation. 
larire commodious theatre, and fiance 
hall. Largo areas of good agricul- 
tural land are being opened up bv 
government roads within easy reach 
of Cumberland, the produce from 
which will find a ready market in 
the city. The population of Cumber- 
land and immediate vicinity is about 
3.000. and tlie monthly payroll is ap- 
proximately ?:'iii>.('00 per month. The 
general hospit.nl is equipped with 
latest approv.d X-ray and has staff 
of matron and four nurses, two ex- 
perienced doctors. The chief indus- 
try i.s mining, also farming and lum- 
bering — Royston Lumbt-r Co. Splen- 
did camping and bathing beacli at 
Royston. and all kinds of came and 
nshing in season. Cumberland is a 
growing town, the company having 
erected about fifty houses for their 
employees during the past year. 
.Splendid lire prot.ction. the city hav- 
ing the best equipped and smartest 
volunteer fire brigade on the island. 

Cumberland City Oltlcers 
Slayor — D R McDonald 
Clerk— T Moody 

B C Govt Officers 
Covt Agent — John Ralril 
Prov Constable — d C Mortimer 
Abrams Robt eng Can Collieries 
Ahrams K emp Can Collieries 
Abe K * Co gen store 
Ad.imson P emp Can Colli.-rlcs 
Adamson R emp Can Colli, rlcs 
Ailkcn A clerk prov govt offccs 



Allari S emp Can Collieries 
Alvano John shoemak-rr 
Anderson J emp Can Collieries 
Archibald D emp Can Collieries 
Armstrong A emp Can Collieries 
Armstrong H emp Can Collieries 
Armstrong T emp Can Collieries 
Aspcsi Joseph A of Easle Hotel 
Aubrey D emp Can Collieries 
Axolson J emp Can Collieries 
Azuma & Co general stor,^ 
Baird A emp Can Collieries 
ISaird Jas emp Can Collieries 
Baird John govt agt prov as.«essor 

and collr reg county court 
Baird R emp Can Collieries 
Baird T emp Can Colli, ries 
Baker T emp Can Collieries 
Balagno Josephine U ledger Royal 



Ballctino .M emp Can Collieries 
BANKS THOS E. Undertaker. Em- 

baliner, Fictar« Pramer and Car. 

penter. 
Baiiiierman M.irgar.t C .s<-hool tv.hr 
■ j Banncrman Tlios al.l.rman mining 

• I Bannerman T emp Can Collieries 
; ' Barber A emp Can Collieries 

• I Bardesona J emp Can Collieries 
Bate Thos E hardware and furniture 
Bateman F emp Can Collieries 

I Bates H emp Can Collieries 
; Bates II I, emp Can Collieries 
I Beaton Rev Knther R C priest 
Beggs J O emp Can Collieries 
Eegley AV C emp Can Collieries 
Belgland J B emp Can Collieries 
Relax S emp Can Colli.-ries 
Bell A emp Can Collieries 
I Bennett T emp Can Collieries 
I Bennie J emp Can Collieries 

Berry R C teller Canadian Bank of 
I Commerce 



THE C UMBERLAND ][ SLANDER 



The best and most uj)-tn-(lat(' Weekly News- 
paper on Vaiicouver Island, circulating 
from Ladysniith in the South to Cape 
Scott in the North. Tin Ishmdcr niaintains 
a special telegraph service and prints all the 
latest news. 



Islander Printers and Publishers 

CUMBKKLANJ) BRTTI.SIT COLrMlUA 



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Lertholdl C emp Can Collieries 
i;cunie J emp Can Collieries 
Beunle R emp Can Collieries 
Beveridge A emp Can Collieries 
Heveridge Vt' emp Can Collieries 
Bevls X emp Can Collieries 
Bickle Edw \V publisher Islander 
Hickle Olive elk Can Collieries 
Bickle & Ur.-tham mgrs Ilo Ilo The- 
atre 
Bird A emp Can Collieries 
Boffie E emp Can Collieries 
Bofiie H emp Can Collierlos 
Botne J emp Can Collieries 
Boga A emp Can Collieries 
Bond J emp Can Collieries 
Bono A emp Can Collieries 
Bono J emp Can Collieries 
Bono Lena waitress Vendomc Kest 
Bonoro Victor prop Klnit Ueorgc 

Hotel 
Bonoro V emp Can Collieries 
Boothman S emp Can CullU-rifs 
lioothman T emp Can I'ollliri.s 
Boothman V onip Cm Colli.ri-s 
Borghlncr J emp Can I'olllorlcs 
Boyd y. emp Can Cnllieri.s 
Boyd J emp Can Colllfrirs 
Boyd J M emp ('an Colli.ii.^ 
Brace I) W emp Can Colllirl. s 
Bradley F emp Can Culll-ri. .■< 
Hradl. y \V emp Can Colli. ,\,-< 
Branslirld J emp Can Colli, ri. s 
Brown <; emp Can Colllrrl.-s 
Brown (i A emp Can ColKcrl. « 
Brown Jas emp Can CollUrlc.« 
Brown .1 emp Can CoUlorlos 
Brown J C emp Can Colllorl.'S 
Brown J I,, overman Can Collieries 
Brown J T .nip Can Collieries 

dept ' 



liiowri .Mi - M matron Cumberland 

Brown K m^r No a mine Can Col- 
li. rlcs 
Brown Thos . mp Can Collieries 
Brown T emp Can Colllerl.'s 
Brown W emp Can Collieries 
r.rown \V Urinlng 
Brown \V M .mp Can Collieries 
Brvan H emp Can Collieries 
Brycr n emp C^n Collieries 
BuKcs John ilriver V Wllcork 
Biill.'toirtcli M emp Can Collieries 
r.ull.tolrtch V emp Can Collieii.>.s 
r.unl.urv C J city chief of poll, n 
BiiihoMl r emp Can CnlH.-ries 
Cii.l.l> W enip <'an Colli, ri-s 
Cairns A emi> «'an tN.lllerlos 
Callan K J Inrming 
Cameron A emp Can CollU-rles 
Cameron J 11 prop Cumberland Motor 



CAMFBEI-I. BROS (A and W). Gen- 
eral Store. Dry Goods, Men's rnrn- 
IslUntrs, Boots and Shoes, Grocerlss. 



I CHSISTrE B F, Dentist. 

i Cigarroil .\f nmp Can Collieries 
City Meat Market t^ Wilcock prop 

I Clarke A emp Can Collieries 
Clarke T emp Can Collieries 
Clinton G \V .\mcrican Consular Agt 

I Coates J L. emp Can Collieries 

I Coe M emp Can Collieries 
Coe K emp t'an Collieries 
Coe S emp Can Collieries 
Coe \V F emp Can Collieries 

I Coleman A emp Can Collieries 
Coleman J emp Can Collieries 

I Coleman J W emp Can Collieries 

I Colling J emp Can Collieries 

I Collins W C emp Can Collieries 
Comb T .nip Can Collieries 
Comley Kcv K Anglican clergyman 
Common.lora J .ini) Can Collieries 
Conn T emp Can Collieries 
Conrail H emp Can Colli.Mies 
Conti S emp Can Collieries 
Cook Thos caretaker Dom Govt BIdgs 
Cook.- J \V postmaster 
Cornwall Jas emp Can Collieries 
Corcoran T emp Can ColUeiies 
Couit K emp Can Collieries 
Court 1-' emp Can Collieries 
Oawroril I' emp Can Collieries • 
Cuniberlan.l J'.arber .Shop Arthur B 

<;uiVih.rl.in.l l.y.- Works U i: Howard 



CUMBERI.AND EI.ECTRIC UOHT. 
ntO CO I.TD, a W Cltnton Mngr 
Dlr. 

Cuml.'-rlan.I n.-neral Hospital .Miss! 



cu5in>;Ki.AND I'lOTOn works, j 

H Camcren i'"roi>, Antoraobl'.c Gar. 
agrc, Accestorlcs, Repairs, Genuine 
Pord Parts and Battery Cliara-iDi; 
Station, Tires. Oxy .Acetylene Weld, 
ing', Gray.Uort Agents. 

Climb, rlanil U.'slaiiraiit O !•; Wllli.s 

prop 
Cumb.-rland Tailors S Isakn prop 
Cumberland I'nion Waterworks Co 

l.t.l i; W Clinton mug dlr 
Cuiilin- T emp Can Collieries 

lYank stor.-kpr Can Collieries 
l- J emp Can Colli-ries 
\' elk eng .lept Can Collieries 
Amy wjiltr.ss Wnverley Hotel 
I'-rank prop Waverley Hotel 
Ik Waverley Hotel 



AUTO 
RADIATOR 

iLAiMP CO. 



Send us your 
battered, cmslied 
or ■wrecked radia- 
tors, lamps or 
other metal p.Trts 
and we'll recon- 
struct them to 
their original use- 
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REASON.ABLE 
PRICES 

We are experts 
In this line and 
can save you 
money and trouble. 



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VANCOUVER 

B. C. 



Pacidc GoasI 



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Co., Lid, 

R H. Wright. Mgr 



n( Commerce V 



idlan Colli.ries (Dunsmul 

los t'rahani cm supt 

y I.rn.i oik Can Collieries 

y T H oiiip Can CollU-rl.-s 

er IMw larmlng 

.>r I' emp Can Colll.'ri,>s 



I..11 



Hallos .: .mi. .'an C.,|li..rl,.s 





Dallos J..>. pi. V elk Waverley Hotel 


We m. Ice,. Speci- 


r>nllos Lottie waitress WaverUy Ho. 




alty of Financnv 


IVillv Vnl emp Can Collieries 


Oil Com panics an' 


nalton Chas elk Cumb..rlnii.l Hotel 
Ham. .111.- M emp Can Collieries. 


Handlinc Oil 
Lca.es 


Pan. Ill Blanche st.-no Can C..lll,.rl.s 


liaii.lo C Inremnii carp Can Collit-rirs 




Han.lo C.l.i.lys elk Can Collieries 
Pan.lo John emp Can CoIILtIis 


SEE US 


naniley T einp Can Colllerl.-s 




nary luck S emp Can Collieries 


for new, of laic.-; 


IVivIs H emp Can Collieries 
Davis .1 n emp Can Collieries 


development in 


Pavls Saiiil hoot .ind shop maker 
l>avlH Saml lii.inan Call C..lll.rl..s 


Frascr Valley 


n.vis W emp Can Collieries 




n.ivis W r.iimliig 

nawsi.ii J . inp Can Colll.-rl.'S 


Oil Ficld.s 


Ii. .'..nl.U !•• .mp Can Collieries 




!■ '■■ .M.k r .inp Can C..lli,.rlrs 
I ■ .. C emp C^ii Colli, lies 


Phone Sey. 2890 


n eiiip Can Colli, ri.-s 





1 • h.le |.; emp Can Colli, li.-s 
1 .t.. J,,s prop ll'il.-l V.'ii.|.>me 


612 St.n<I>rd B.ok 


Dcmonte J emp Can C.lll.rles 


Bsiiding 


IViiiils i: emp Can Colli. rl.s 
Perbvshli.- J emp Can Colllerl.-s 


Vancouver 



CUMBERLAND 



WKIGLEV'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



B. C. 



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Deris J emp Can Collieries 
I D--voy W emp Can Collieries 
Dick Jas paymaster Can Collieries 

sec Cuml>erland Auto Club 
Oilman K X farminff 
I Dookerty H emp Can Collieries 
Domerris A emp Can Collieries 
Donald I emp Can Collieries 
Dong Kong Co dry Roods tailors 
' Dorman A emp Can Collieries 
Dowline C emp Can Collieries 
Downey Paul emp Can Collieries 
Draper Violet bkpr Simon Leiser & 

Co Ltd 
Ducca Edythe elk Royal Candy Co 
Ducca J emp i."an Collieries 
Ducca J farming 
Dunlop D emp Can Collieries 
Dunn \V II coinp The Islander 
Dunslrc j; einp Can Collieries 
I:AGI.E HOTEI. (Jos a Aspesl and 
Jotar. Favetta). 

• nip Can Collieries 



KtLle 



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H.C.Duffus.Mgr. 

709 Georgia, W 
VANCOUVER 



! 



ictory 
Flour 
Mills 



MFRS & DEALERS 

FLOUR 
FEED 
CEREALS 
GRAIN 

Poultry Foods 

806 Beach Ave. 

VANCOUVER 
B. C. 



IvniRily J emp Can Collieries 
Knirlish James A elk Vendome Hotel 
Knrico J emp Can Collieries 
Kvans Albert barber 
lOvans U emp Can Collieries 
lOvans K emp Can Colll.rles 
Kvnns H W emp <'an Collieries 
Evans W G emp •"an Collieries 
ICzzy & Haddad dry Roods 
Farmer A emp Can Collieries 
Farmer 11 emp Can Collieries 
Favetta John of Va\k\p Hotel 
Favetta J emp Can Collieries 
Fiel<liii(f R 
Finczlex D emp Can Collieries 

I Fletcher Geo A Music Co W C. Mar- 

I shall mfir 
Fond T emp Can Collieries 
Foo Yuen Chinese merchant 
Foster M emp Can Collieries 

I Foster H emp Can Collieries 

; Foster J Sr emp Can Collieries 
Foster J Jr emp Can Collieries 
Foster J farming 
Fourncre A emp Can Collieries 
Frame John emp ('an t'ollli-rli'S 
Franceschliio 1" emp Can t'ollleries 
Franceschlno S emp Can Collieries 
Fransclola J emp Can Colli'-rics 
Frnnsclola \, emp Can Collieries 
Fransclola P emp Can Collieries 
FYaser J A clRsrs and barbershop 
Freeborn R emp Can Collieries 
Frclonl J emp Cwn Collieries 
Frolonl I, emp Can Colll.-rles 
Fr. l.iiil Vi. t..r elk KIntr 'ieorce Hotel 
FROST BAI.PU E, Draff* and Sta. 

tlonerT'. 
Furbow J emp Can Collieries 
c.allivan T.ssle school tench.r 
Gasskell !• emp Can Collieries 
(Jasskell T emp Can Collieries 
(iiitz Arthur 1! prop Cumberland Rar- 



lop 
Andv 



C.dlle 



Ihson A emp Can Collieries 



nbsnn 



:oll 



Gibson R emp Can Colllrrlef 
Glllls D emp Can Collieries 
Glenn Clins elk D Campbell 
Glover W emp C:i 
" P Ca 



Coll 



•■oUli J 
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! Graham Janet steno Can Collieries 
\ Graham R emp Can Collieries 
: Giaham Thos gen sujjfCan Collieries 
! Graham \V emp Can Collieries 

Grant Chas H clerk prov govt orlice 
i Gray Alex farming 
Gray A emp Can Collieries 
Gray Christine clerk Simon Lciser & 

Co Ltd 
Gray J R emp Can Collieries 
Gray R emp Can Collieries 
GWVA C J Bunbury sec 
Green J emp Can Collieries 
Gregory H emp Can Collieries 
Grieg E J sub-collector customs 
Grieves Robt chauli Campbell Bros 
Guy H G emp Can Collieries 
Halcrow R emp Can Collieries 
Halliday Jas bakery 
Hallidav John emp Can Collieries 
Hallidap John baker Jas Halliday 
Hamilton A emp Can Collieries 
Hamilton J emp Can Collieries 
Hamilton W emp Can Collieries 
Hancock F emp Can Colli.ries 
Haney G emp Can Collieries 
Hanney T emp Can Collieries 
Harmison \Vm emp Can Collieries 
Harrigan W I'armtng 
Harrison Hannah school teacher 
Harrison O emp Can Collieries 
HARRISON P P. Barrister and Sou. 

cltor. 
Hart John vliauft'eur Simon Leiser jt 

Co Ltd 
Harvey G F chief eng power house 

Can Collieries 
Harvey N farming 
Hasenfratz H emp Can Collieries 
Hassell G emp Can Collieries 
Hatlield S emp Can Collieries 
Hawkins X dt'tsmn Can Collieries 
Hawkins X H emp t;an Collieries 
Heaps F emp Can Collieries 
Henderson J emp Can Collieries 
Henderson Saml baker John Hallid.iy 
Henderson \Vm confectionery and ice 

Henderson \Vm passenger cond Can 

Collieries 
Henderson W emp Can Collieries 
Hnnilll H emp Can Collieries 
Herman J emp Can Collieries 
Meslop T emp Can Collieries 
Hicks IC R phys mun health ofllcer 
Hill J emp Can Colllorles 
Hirst G emp Can Collieries 
Ho Hec tailor 

Hodson R H emp Can Collieries 
Hi.dson T emp Can Collieries 
Holland G A emp Can Collieries 
Hood Rev Jas Presbyterian minister 
Horbury John emp Can Collieries 
Horbury Jos enip Can Collieries 
Horwooil Flsic bkpr Campbell Uros 
Horwood F larming 
Horwood F H emp Can Collieries 
Horwood S emp Can Collieries 
Housfii U emp C:\n Collieries 
Howaret i: . iiip Can Collieries 
Huby \ eiiM) Can Collieries 
Hudock c, , mp Can Collieries 
Hudoek J emp Can Collieries 
Hudock M emp Can Collieries 
Hudson Walter confectionery cigars 

etc 
Hunden D emp Can Collieries 
Huiiden K emp Can Collieries 
Hunt S 
Hure<len G 

Hutchinson F emp Can Collieries 
llulehliison Win F elk Simon Leiser 

& Co 
Hiitton W emp Can Collieries 



rdon W emp Can Collieries 



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I^blishers. Weekly on Saturday, i ^Ic^ean T D jeweler 

janitor schools 



ssa il 



;s dry g^ods etc 
Izatt R emp Can Collieries 
Jackson E emp Can Collieries 
Jackson T emp Can Collieries 
Jackson W emp Can Collieries 
James V emp Can Collieries 
Jarvia E A elk Can Hank of Com 
Jeffrey A emp Can Collieries 
JedCries T emp Can Collieries 
Jeu'itt H emp Can Collieries 
Jones A emp Can Collieries 
Jones Hill prop L'nion Hotel 
Jones D emp Can Collieries 
Jones Ed Uept niKr Campbell Ilros 
Jones F C A elk fnion Hotel 
Jones S emp Can Collieries 
Jones W emp Can Collieries 
Johnston J emp Can Collieriis 
Johnstone A emp Can Collieries 
Kam Sun Low Rrocer 
Kean Louis printer The Islander 
Keenan \Vm J emp Can Collieries 
Keenan AV emp Can Collieries 
Keenan A emp Can Collieries 
Kennedy H emp Can Collieriis 
Kerr A tmp Can Collieries 
Klerstead GaraRe A It Klerstead 
prop auto jraraKe repairs Kasoline 
and accessories bin. ksmith 
King Mrs Alex candies cigars news- 
King George Hotel Victor Bonora 

prop 
King II emp Can Collieries 
Klnimont AV emp Can Collieries 
Klrkbride J emp Can Collieries 
Knox Hev Geo .Methodist minister 
King Shun ccneral store 
Kwonc on Jun Co gen store 
Kynoch F emp Can Collieries 
!.al Kung grocer 
Lai Yuen & Co general store 
Lakin H emp Can Collieries 
Lasso D emp Can Collieries 
Lawrence S emp Can Collieries 
Leighton H dairy farming 
I.elser Simon & Co Ltd John Suther- 
land mgr dry goods boots and shoes 
groceries 
Leslie F L mgr Canadian Bank of 

Commerce 
l.nwls J emp Can Collieries 
Lewis Orpha asst P.M 
Lewi-. T emp Can Collieries 
Llildell Agnes D steno Islander 
Little n emp Can Collieries 
Little Jennie elk Campbell Uros 



Editor and Prop. ] .Mclx-..„ j..,.,.^.. .-^„. 

JIcLeod G J emp Can Collieries 
McLeod S D emp Can Collieries 
McMillan C emp Can Collieries 
McMillan T emp Can Collieries 
McMillan AV emp Can Collieries 
McNaughton Dr Geo K physician and 

surgeon 
McNeil Alex clerk Campbell Bros 
McVell R emp Can Collieries 
McXeiU Z shoeblack 
MeNlven A emp Can Collieries 
McXiven n emp Can Collieries 
imp Can Collieries 



BRANTFORD 

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inp Can Cnllliri.s 
ip Can Collieries 
ip Can Collieries 
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bakers and general 




Mar 
Mar 

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Marrietta J emp Can Collieries 
Marsh I> V emp Can Collieries 
Marsh \V -mp Can Collieries 
Marshall A ejnp Can Collieries 
.Marshall It 11 enyi Can Colllerie 

Kleteh. 



Music 


Co 




Martin K emp ( 


an Collieries 


Martin 


emp Can Collieries 


Martlnel 


lo C en 


ip Can Collieries 


MaruvH 


J farm 


ng 


Marvelh 


A ei„p 


Can Collieries 


Maxon i 


e.. prop 


Vcnrtome Reslanrin 


Mnslromonacn J emp Can Collierie^ 


Maxwell 


Alex 


prop Star Llver> 


Stable 






Maxwell 


Jas em 


P Can Collieries 


Maxwell 


.Mil. Ire. 


elk Star Livery 


Mca<.liai 


A farr 


ling 


Merl.-Itl 


A emp 


Can Collieries 


MerlettI 




Can Collieries 


Merrvfte 


d \v"n 


>rop Cumberland 11.. 



tel 



Mel 



I Michel T payroll elk Can Collier!, s 

MIchelll <; emp Can (•oUierles 
I MIehelll T emp Can Collieries 
I Miller H emp Can Collieries 
Miller H farming 
Mtll.r J emp Can Collieries 
rt A emp Can Culli. rl.-s ' Miller Sanil hrakemnn Can Collieries 

MItehel M emp Can Collieries 
Miller Win emp Can Collieries 
Monte V boot anil shoe maker 
Moore J emp Can Collieries 
Monly Thos overman iNo « mine Can 
Collieries city clerk and sec Cum- 
berland Hospital 
Morgan C emp Can Collieries 
Morgan P farming and see Minto 

sehodi boarrl 
Morgan l> emp Can Collieries 
IS ! Morris I-: .-mp <"an Collieries 

r> n traf mgr Can Collier- | M(iss.\ W .nii. Can Collieries 



Loble 

Lockl 

I.orkl.irt Hannah bUpt K Wileock 

L.Tkli ut J emp Can Collieries 

Loekr.r John eng Can Collieries 

l...g.>n n farming 

Lr.K.m John emp Can Collieries 

l.osroe K emp Can Collieries . 

Lyniii A C surv Can Collieries 

McAllister J emp Can Collieries 

■ ^ ■ gr Royal nank 

e surv Can Collleri. 

igr dry goods Cam 



ih K 



Meat Slicer 



caught up loour eri 
on Ihi. machine. Wi 

Wide Cariiacc 
End Clamp 
Ball Bearings 
Sileot Operation 
Low Price 
But Service 



W.E.WALTER, Ltd. 

54 Wiler St. 
VANCOUVER. B.C. 



MURPHY 
& 

CHAPUAN 

Commercial 

Stationers 
and Printers 



Mo 



elk P O 



"an C.dllerles I 

Sim. .11 Leis.r .<- Cn 
,T dry goods dept 



time 



polle 



Pri.v. constable .Va 
Istrirt 

iimlx-r nn.1 tinsmith 
1 .h iver F Wileoek 



John AValtri 



ifiT.I * Walton 
•I- U Mnmfor.I 



.Mlir.loeh J. .1.11 emp 
Murray riorls elk K 
.Mtissntto C grrocer 



799 
Granville St. 

Cor. Robioo 

Vancouver 



CUMBERLAND 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Franco- 
Canadian 
Trust Co, 



Administrators 

Guardians 

Trustees 

FINANCIAL 
AGENTS 

Fire Insurance 

Farm and Timber 

Lands on 

Vancoovtr Islaod 

502 Rogers BIdg. 
VANCOUVER 
Belmont House 

ViaORIA 

Star 

Printing 

Company 

W. Chii. Sttwtrt, 

Proprietor 

Coiiiiiieitial 
rriiilers iiiiil 



I Myers R emp Can Collieries 
Xakanish T bicyclc-s repairs auto and 

bicycle sundries 
Xakano T general store 
NarriBan J emp Can Collieries 
-Vasli C emp Can Collieries 
Nelson Thos emp Can Collieries 
Nil holas B ^nip Can Collieries 
Noid John brakeman Can Collieries 
Nunns A emp Can Collieries 
I Nunns A R frt elk. Can Collieries 
I O'lirlen C emp Can Collieries 

O'Brien G safety inspector Can Col- 
I Merles 
j O'Brien R emp Can Collieries 

Oclive L S emp Can Collieries 
I Oliver K emp Can Collieries 
I Oliver C.eo chaufC Campbell Bros 
I Owen W A const ene Can Collieries 
Parkin K farmlni; 

Parkin Wm I' elk Mumford & Walton 
\ Parnham C J alderman overman No 
' 4 mine Cnii Collieries 
' Paterson J emp Can Collieries 
Peacock O emp Can Collieries 
I Peacock O W emp Can Collieries 
I Pearse B emp Can Collieries 
• Pearse T farmiiiir 
Pearson A enip Can Collieries 
Pederzalll S emp Can Collieries 
Pploreson G emp Can Collieries 
Perclval Kdlth scliool teacher 
Peretto I emp Can Collieries 
Perfettt I emp Can Collieries 
Perro/.lnl I.. emi> Can Collieries 
Peters R emp Can Collieries 
Pickard K P timekeper No 4 mine 

Can Collieries 
Pleknrd F emp Can Collieries 
Plokard !■' D alilermnn and clectrl- 



' Roberts O AV emp Can Collieries 
Robertson A emp Can Collieries 
Robertson D emp Can 'Collieries 
Robertson G emp Can Collieries 
Robertson Janet E school teacher 
Robertson John Dom Govt tel opr 
Robertson Robt carp helper Can Col- 
lieries 
Robertson Robt H blksmith Can Col- 
lieries 

; Robertson R emp Can Collieries 
Robertson Wm emp Can Collieries 

I Robinson \S' tmkpr No 5 mine Can 
Collieries 

' Rodgers W emp Can Collieries 
Ropan I) emp Can Collieries 
Rogers D emp Can Collieries 
Ronald A emp Can Collieries 
Rowan Alex mech Cumberland Motor 

I Wks 

j Rowan A emp Can Collieries 

: Royal Bank of Canada F A ilc- 

I Carthy mgr 

I Royal Candy Co Jerrv G Antipas & 

I Jliss Yartman 

i Royston Lumber Co G K Uchlyama 

I mgr mfr» rough and dressed lum- 

I ber 
Salmon J emp Can CulUeries 

. Sandulak M emp Can Cidlieries 
Saunders K emp Can Collieries 

I Saunders IC L farming 

I Scavarda F groceries and provisions 

I Scavardo L emp Can Collieries 

I Scavardo P emp Can Collieries 

, Schrader Alice elk T K Itate 

• Scott T W draftsman Can Collieries 
Sharpies J emp Can Collieries 
Shaw Mrs Jos f:i 



ria 

Piknt L n dec C E L Co 
Plekettl Marv bkpr C E L Co 
I'lrkeltl V emp Can Collieries 



I'lel 



ifold I 






I Shearer P emp C: 
Shearer W emp < 
Shcllito A emp ( 
I Shcllito C emp C 
I Shellllo E omp C: 



Colli. 



lieries 



Plnkerton Miircnet J.u»- •tIm.oI t( 
I PIsto E emp C.iM Collieries 
Plstonl T emp Can Collieries 
Portrlghletti P emp i'lin Collieries 
Porvick J emp Can Collieries 
' Potla Jos emp Can Collieries 
1 Potter Agnes school teacher 
I Potter D emp Can Collieries 
Potter Florence waitress Cumberia 
Hotel 
I PottcT John emp Can Collieries 
Potter W emp Can Collieries 
Preston J emp Can Collieries 
Provlncl Violet waitress liilon Ho 
I'ryde G emp Can Collieries 
Quinn J G mgr No 7 mine 

llerles 

Quirin J emp Can Collieries 
I Cjuong Mcc Lung general store 
Rae R S mgr Cumberland Pool Hall 
Raga J emp Can Colli, ri.'.s 
Rallinson R .up ■ . ■■ ' i m- s 
Hamsell G eiri. . .' ■ i. s 

Rasio J enu . . ■ i 
Ucese Annie ' 

Reese B emi. '' i- < -li. ' .■ 



Col 



LOOSE LEAF 
SPECIALISTS 

I'lione Sey. 6608 
812 PENDER ST. 

Vancouver 

B.C. 



J em 



Held R emp Can Collieries 
HIehanIs A J principal public seh.ml 
Rieliards D asst frt <lk Can Collieries 
Richards \V asst storekpr Can Col- 
lieries 
Rlchanlson G emp Can Collieries 
Richardson J emp Can Collieries 
Rirkson Thomas men's furnishings 

holds and shoes 
Ridcoiit .Mis .Marjorie millinery dry 



Shcllit. 
I Sheppard Edith 
I Sherer Geo elk C H Tarbell & Son 
I Shibata K Jeuelry dry goods chlna- 
I ware stationery 
: Shields T emp Can Collieries 
I Shortt John supt Cumberland Union 
i Waterworks Co Ltd mgr Cumber- 
land Electric l.ik-hting I'o Ltd 

Shouldicp S emp Can Collieries 
' Siddcll P eni|. Can Collieries 
, Sisteron R emp Can C..|l|eries 
' Slaughter Frank elk F UlUock 
I Small Ada elk John Hnlliday 
I Smith Jas emp Can (.•ulli.ries 
I SmKli J emp Can ColU.ries 

Smith R emp Can Collieries 
' Somniervllle A emp Can Collieries 

Sommervllle D emp Can Collieries 
I .Splcer J E emp Can Collieries 
! Stacev A R clec supt Can Collieries 
I Stalker John A farming 

Stanford A auto garage accessories 
I Slant J emp Can Collieries 
I Slant J faimlng 
,Stanwny S emp Can Collieries 

Star Livery Stable A Maxwell prop 
I transfer auto livery enal and wood 

Stevenson D emp <'an Collieries 

Stevenson Jessie elk Simon Leiscr & 
Co Ltd 

Stevenson J emp Can Collieries 

Stewart Bessie 11 school teacher 

Stewart P emp Can Collieries 

Stewart Matthew" driver Mumford * 
Walton 

StocUand Chns emp Can Collieries 



ock.-i 



Collieries 
Collieries 



ollieries 
Collieries 



IP Can Collieries 



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CTTMSHEWA 



Strachan Hugh driver Simon Leiser 

i- Co Ltd 
Strachan H emp Can Collieries 
Strachan R emp Can Collieries 
Struthers J emp Can Collieries 
Summerville J D emp Can Collieries 
Sutherland John mer Simon Leiser & 

Co Ltd 
Sutter A farming 
Swanson S emp Can Collieries 
Sweeney I! emp Can Collieries 
Tail J emp Can Collieries 
Tan Lee laundry 

Tarbell C II & Son C H Tarbell mgr 
hardware and sportinc goods Mc- 
Clary ranges and furnaces 
Tarbell Mary L steno Tarbell i Son 
Tarr Wm emp Can Collieries 
Taylor A J blksmith Can Collieries 
Taplor John emp Can Collieries 
Taylor Jos emp Can Collieries 
Taylor Jos farming 
Taylor W emp Can Collieries 
Thompson H emp Can Collieries 
Thompson H farming 
Thompson J emp Can Collieries 
Thompson Wm emp Can Collieries 
Thomson A emp Can Collieries 
Thomson II emp Can Collieries 
Thomson John alderman and care- 
taker Govt rescue station 
Thomson J emp Can Colllorics 
Thomson J G emp Can Collieries 
Thomson P. emp Can Collieries 
Thomson W emp Can Collieries 
Thomson D emp Can Collierlen 
Tobacco C emp Can Collieries 
Toba>.co G emp Can Collieries 
Tobacco J emp Can Collieries 
Tobacco S emp Can Collieries 
Tomasl A emp Can Collieries 
Tomasl L emp Can Collieries 
Tourlgny Clarisso L school teacher 
Transclola S emp Can Collieries 
Treen J emp Can Collieries 
Trehearne K emp Can Colllerlea 
Treloar T emp Can Collieries 
Trelour AV emp Can C.llieri.^s 
TrononI J emp Can C.illleries 
Tuck T B emp Can Clliorl.s 
Tunnak J emp Can CrlU. rics 
Uchiyama G K mtr I'...vst.n Lum- 
ber Co 
UNION HOTEI., Bin Jone* Prop, The 
Only Electrically Heated Hotel la 
Brltlah Columbia. 
Union Tailor V Watannbe prop 
Vansnoff Adolph emp Can Collieries 
Vansnoff Amiel emp Can Collieries 
Vasnoft F emp Can Collieries 
Vaso J en.p Can Collieries 
Vauphan J H emp Can Collieries 
Ven.lome Hotel Jos Dcmonte prop 
Vendome Restaurant George Mason 

prop 
Wad.llngton A emp Can Collieries 
Wad.lington K emp Can ColUorles 
Wad.Unctcn J emp Can Collieries 
WaRstaff Geo emp Can Collieries 
WAH SANO ft CO, Oroceriei, Men'i 

Clothing, Hardware. 
Wain Al.x farming 
Walker A emp Can Collieries 
Walker C emp Can Collieries 
Walker David emp Can Collieries 
Walker D section foreman 
Walker G T emp Can Collieries 
Walker H emp Can Collieries 
Walker Jas emp Can Collieries 
Walker J T emp Can Collieries 
Walker Mary ■naitress Arrow Hotel 
Walker R emp C.in Collieries 
Walker U farming 
Walker T J farming 
Walker W mgr No 5 mine Can Col- 

Wallcr W emp Can Collieries 
Walter K emp Cun Collieries 
Walton John of Mum ford * Walton 



Watanabe U prop Union Tailor 
1 Waterlield Harry blksmith Can Col- 
lieries 
Watson Annie clerk Campbell Bros 
Watson A W emp Can Collieries 
I W atson Fraser emp Can Collieries 
Watson Grace teller Royal Bank of 

Canada 
Watson Hilda school tchr 
I A\atEon J emp Can Collieries 
I Watson R emp Can Collieries 
I AVatson T emp Can Collieries 
WAVEEIEY HOTEI., Prank DaUos 
Prop. 
I Wcbb.:r H emp Can Collieries 
Webber J emp Can Collieries 
! Webster C emp Can Collieries 
Wesley A R emp Can Collieries 
Wesky A R farming 
Weslficld J emp Can Collieries 
Westwood W emp Can Collieries 
Wheeler A emp Can Collieries 
White Ed emp Can Collieries 
White H emp Can Collieries 
AA-hlte W C farming 
Whitehouse W emp Can Collieries 
AVhvte Chas emp Can Collieries 
Whyte H emp Can Collieries 
AVhyte James chauffeur Campbell 

Bros 
Whyte Jas emp Can Collieries 
Whvte Wm emp Can Collieries 
Whyte W emp Can Collieries 
Wilcock Bertram elk F Wilcock 
Wllcock Fred prop City Meat Market 
Wilkinson A H dental student with 

I>r R C Christie 
WII.I.ABD W, Harness, TmnkB, Beal 

Estate and Insurance. 
Williams i: emp Can Collieries 
Williams K emp Can Collieries 
Williams J emp Can Collieries 
Williams S emp Can Collieries 
Willlama T emp Can Collieries 
Williamson Jas farming 
Williamson M emp Can Collieries 
Williamson R. farming 
Williamson S emp Can Collieries 
Willis Geo emp Can Collieries 
Willis Geo Ed prop Cumberland Res- 

Wiiloughby K emp Can Collieries 
Wilson F. emp Can Collieries 
Wilson T emi> Can Collieries 
Wing Chong & Co general store 
Wing Yick Lung Co general store 
WInningham Albert driver Can Col-" 

lieries 
WInningham A emp Can Collieries 
WInningham J emp Can Collieries 
Wong Why general store 
Wood Chas B high school principal 
Woods A emp Can Collieries 
Woods W emp Can Collieries 
Woolston James reptr The Islander 
Wuksaruvolch G emp Can Collieries 
■i an On Tong drugs 
Yarrow Geo emp Can Collieries 
Vatos F emp Can Collieries 
Tec Cheong general store 
Tee Yuen general store 
Y'ouhlU W II opr Islander 
Y'oiing R emp Can Collieries 
Ynunr S emp Can Collieries 
Zauninl J emp Can Collieries 



,GeReral 

Fancy 

Goods, Ltd. 

: Wholesale Dealers 

I Toys — Noveltiei 
\ Stationery and 
I School Supplies 
] Leather Goods 
! Electrical 

Sundries 

Drug Sund.'ie. 

Hardware 

Specialties 
\ Baskets and Silk 
I Goods 

I Phone Sey. 2246 

Corner Richards 
I and Cordova 
'VANCOUVER 



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Kurnaby 



CUMBERLAND ROAD 

a station on the B.C. F. Ry 

I.,akc line, between 

NVw Westminster. No agent: charges 

must bo prepaid. 

CUMSHEWA 

a logging camp oi 
on east eoavt ol 
Queen Charlotte 



JP 



Complete list of 

FARMS 



Farm lands ex- 
clusively for the 
past 10 yenrs. 

Farm lands sold, 
rented, or se- 
lected for pur- 
chaser. 

Farm land valua- 
tions. 

414 Seymour St. 

Vancouver 



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Arthur 
Coles 

Real 
Estate 

FINANCIAL and 
GENERAL 
INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC 
ESTATES 
MANAGED 

p. 0. Box 167 

1205 Broad St. 
VICTORIA 



racofi and Sandspit. in Prince Ru- , 
pert Prov. Elec. Dis.. reached by G. | 
T.P. steamers from Prince Rupert, i 

CXJMSHTWAN | 

a .«aImon cannery on Queen Char- j 
lotte Island, owned by- Ocean Pack- 1 
ing- Co.. Credit Foncier BIdg., Van- ' 
couver. | 

CUKNINGHAM ! 



non cannery near Port Essing- I 
See names under Port Essing- i 



ton 

CUPRUM 

junction on C.P.R. N'elson-Midv 

line. M mile from Grand Forks. 

Grand Forks Prov. Elec. Dist. 



cannery on the Fraser 
F<1 by n.C. Packer.'" Assn.. 
lie St.. Vancouver. 



CURRY McWILLIAMS 



urry McWlliiani.x Cannery 
Paok^r.s- A.-isn i.wntr.s S 
niBr canncr.i Ron sloru 



ei;graui;iq 

C9.LmiTED 
•^ Tower ji 

DUILDIMG 



•s Nest 

lie P.O.. 

Has 



CYPRESS PARK 

an exclusive summer resort on North 
Shore, overlookinp English Hay. and 
a .station on the P.G.K. Ity.. S mllrs 
wc.it of North Vancouver. In North 
Vancouver Prov. Elec. DIst. Holly- 
burn Is the P.O. 
.\llan O 1! summer res 
lialley \Vm summer res 
DouRlas — summer res 
Hodffson Mrs rrslJent 
lluntinKdoii F resident 
Knowlton E S summer res 
MiLeod D summer res 



Judd Thomas AV farming: 
Knight Isaac .S farmins 
McDonald H L farming ' 
McDonald John loc-gins 
McKeen Harry L logging 
Medici Saul mining 
Nadolin Jolin mining 
Nadolin Joe mining 
Nye A J farmin.? 
Nye Mrs E prop Garibaldi Lodge 
N>-e Thomas S farming: and P M 
Ostovitch Fred section man 
Purdie J K foreman 
Wagner C mining 

D'ARCY 

a P.O. and station on the P.G.E. Ry.. 
and resort at south end of Anderson 
Lake. S6 miles north of Squamish. 
in Llllooet Prov. Elec. Dist. Indian 
Reserve of about CO Indians here. 
Anderson Lake Camp Hotel Mrs M 

Anderson prop 
Anderson Mrs M prop A L Camp Ho- 
tel 
Ash \Vm mi.xed farming 
Carlson And»- fruit-tirowinp 
Craddock Thos F mixed farming 
Dick Wni farming gen store 
Elliott Wni mixid farming 
Greer \Vm ranching 
Jeffries Walter prospector 
Jeffries \Vm prosiiertor 
Jonki.s Peter dairy farming 
Joseph John fruit-growing 
McDonell D A fruit-growing 
Mclotte John inlx.d farming 
Mobbs Wm prospector 
Neff l'"rank dairy farming gen store 

P M 
Place Chas J retlnd 
Thompson Eli mixed farming 
Thompson Geo 



ved far 



ming 
.ing 



DASIIWOOD 



E. A N. Ry.. 



nil 



lt res 



.Moual Chas 

ltos..<_ John 

Uoss W summer res 

Siqniore J U summer re 

Stearman W C summer r 

Weeks A B summer res 



DAHL & TALK'S 

LUMBER CAMP 

n logging camp on Loughborough 

liiUt. readied by Union Steamship 

I'o's stc.Tniers from Vancouver. 

which carry mall. 

DAISY LAKE 

a P.O. and settl.n\eiit on Pai^y Lake. 
SMUanilsh. i>n the 
oint is th- entrance 



K. Ry. This 
L.ike Garibaldi and 
iilows. Population. :. 
ir.-s: logging, minim 
"ing. 

Mi-o UolHTt farming 
lie Wni farming 
lit! Tliom.is farming 
il'.iMi Lod»,-e .Mr.s 1-; 



north of Quallcum Beach, and II 
north of Parksville. from which point 
there Is rural mall deliver)-. 

DAVIE 

a steamer landing on Kootenay Lake, 
in Kaslo Prov. Elec. DIst., reached 
by C.P. R. lake steamers on Nclson- 
Kaslo-Lardeau route. Address mall 
via Nelson P.O. 
Houton A farming 
Youlll R W prospector carpenter 
Wall Wm farming 

DAYTONS 

a Dom. Govt, telegraph ofncc in 
Kamloops I-rov. ICloc. Dist.. 5 >4 miles 
so. of Kamloops and 1 mile from 
Blackloam. the P.O. 

' Dayton l!ros agents Gov telegraph 

j and ranching 

I DEADMAN CREEK 
! a s. tllcnient on Deadmnn Creek. 
I which Is IV'i nille-i long and runs into 
, the Thompson Kiv. r. :' miles west 
I of Savona. In Kamloops Prov. Elec. 
I Kist. Savona Is the P.O. 



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DEEP CEEEK 



DEADWOOD 

a P.O. and small mining town, 2 
miles from GreenwouJ. on the C. P. 
K.. in the Greenwood Prov. Elec. 
Dist Public, school and Anglican 
and Presbyterian Churches. I^ucal 
resources: Mining, with some farm- 
ing, principally hay and stock. 
Algoma Hotel Jas Henderson prop 
Cuthbertson Jas engineer 
Goodeve J H farming 
Graham Jas !.» mgr Sudbury Mine 
Henderson Jas F mining 
Johnson Fred laborer 
Louis P mixed farming 
Luznor Valentine mixed farming 
McLaren Donald dairy farming 
Mi;Laren Mrs M V postmistress 
McRae C Scott prospecting 
Mitchell Robert mining 
Moran John mining 
Mother Lode Mine (closed) 
Poggie Jas mining 
Scheudler J farming 
Shanks Jas gardener 
Smith Joe farming 
Sudbury .Mine Jas D Graham mgr 
Swanson S foreman 
Wilson A mining 
Wilson J mining 

DEAN CHANNEL 

a. fishing village and canning sta 
tlon, reached by Union S. S. Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver, which carry 
mall. 

Klmsqult Cannery salmon 
Manitou Cannery Kildala Packing 
Co Ltd (Vancouver) props salmon 
Northern B C I-isheries Ltd salmon 

DEANSHAVEN 

a steamer landing on east sldo of 
Kootenay Lake, a miles north of 
Kootenay Day and 2 miles south of 
Kiondel, the P.O.. reached by C. P. 
R. lake steamers. 



DEAS ISLAND 

a fish-canning village on the Kia.ser 
Ulver, 3 miles from Ladncr. the P. 
O., In Delta Prov. Eler. Dl.sl., reached 
by local river steamers from N'ew 
Westminster, and stage. 
B C Canning Co fish cannery 
Martin T tishing 
PoHzo I fishing 

DEASE CREEK 

a small settlement on the Stiklne 
River, near Telegraph Creok. the P. 
O. Prince Rupert is business centre. 
Hudson's Bay Co general store 

DEASE LAKE POST 

a Hudson Bay post at foot of Deaso 
Lake. 100 miles from Telegraph 
Creek, the P. O. 

Adrrtt Geo prospector and guide 
Dcase Lake Mines Ltd Geo Adams 



mgr 
Hudson's Bay Co H Ravennll mgr 
Havenall H niu-r Hudson's Bay Co 
Smith C H mining 

DECEIT BAY 

a cannery on Doceit Bay, rer.chcd by 
I'nlon S. S. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver via Lewl.i ClKinnel-Lxuehbor- 
OMKh lull t-Topaz Harbor route. Ad- 
dress mall via Union S. S. Co , Van- 
couver. 



^^ffrtc^kl^;^'"^ * '^"'^ ^'°'^'' ^°' UNIVEx^vSAL 

Russell P J shingle mill office Stand- 
ard Bank bldg Vancouver 

DECKER LAKE 

a farming settlement and station on 

the G. .T. P. Ry., 40 miles west of 

Endako and 3 west of Burns Lake, 

the nearest telegraph and P. O.. in 

Omineca Prov. Elec. Dist. The land 

hereabouts is speqjally adapted to 1 tion than the air- 



' TIRE 
FILLER 

Will give you 
greater satisfac- 



filled tube 

At less expense 

and •BTith the same 

resiliency as 

with air. 



stock-raising. 
Carroll P J ranching 
Carroll R M ranching 
Evenson O ranching 
Lewis Frank ranching 
Lewis P ranching 
Orr John ranching 
Saul Charles ranching 

DEEP BAY 

a cannery on the east coast of Van- 
couver Island. 10 miles south of 
Union Bay. the P. O.. owned by Punt- 
ledge Cannery Co., Xanaimo, B.C. 
The only residents are employees in 
season. , 

McElhinney A E bkpr P C Co (per- i 

mancnt) ■ 

Puntledge Cannery Co Ltd (N'anaimo) i 

Geo J Willcy mgr salmon i 

DEEP BAY j 

on Saanich Peninsula, about 5 miles ( 
from Sidney, the P. O., near Deep I 
Cove, from which a launch service 
Is operated to Salt Spring Island and j 
other adjacent points. Js the ter- i 
minus of the B. C. E. Ry. from Vic- I 
torla. R. M. D. service. 
Chnkl The Mrs Creswcll prop hotel , 
Crcswell .\IiK pro;. The Chaltt 
I>e.p Cove Trading Co gen itore ! 

Hocking Bros (J D and L J) boat i 
hirers oil and sundries i 

Hocking John D of Hocking Bros , ^ | /"> W 17 C 

Hocking L J of Hocking Bros I pi^ e tc->-> 

Hocking & Jone.s (Major Hocking S rhone ^ey. 753Z 

.M Jones) motor frt and pass scr- 1 or write 

vice to Victoria 
La.\ard Bros & Swan engineers and | 



Agents Wanted 

Call or •mite for 

folders. 

Factory and in- 
stalling station 

UNIVERS.4L 

TIRE FILLER 

CO. 

983 MAIN ST. 
Phone Sey. 8485 

VANCOUVER 



IF IT'S 



iSandell 
Llfs. Co. 



Gloves and 
Mitts 



DEEP COVE 

terminus of the Saanich Interurbar 
line of the B. C. E. Ry., situated at j 
extreme northwest of Saanich Penin- 
sula. 23 miles from Victoria and o 
south of Sidney, the P. O. Has pub- I 
lie school. Ideal summer camping 
grounds. 

Chalet Hotel .\ Creswell prop I 

I'reswell A prop Chalet Hotel 

Kennedy R G |_ _ ,,.,, 

Layard llros & Swan boathouse and I r or Lamp, Allll 

Moses Cliris O^ Mine 

Our Specialty 
Kekecplng 

DEEP CREEK 

settlement between Salmon 
I Armstrong, west of Ender- 
by. Iti .No. Kamloops Prov. Elec. Dist., 
rcnclud by stage from Enderby. the 
nearest P. O. and railway point on 
the C. P. R., distant 7 miles. Has 
'rcsbyterlaii church and public 
school. Population, 150. Sheep, 
g, mixed farming and lumber- 
ing, 

lid Bruce farming 
Beddlngton R farming 
Kobt farming 




Cor. Homer and 

Cordova St>. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



DEEP CREEK 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



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sure you 
get your 



WiTEliS 



The Crystal 

Sprin^Water 

Supply 

VICTORIA 



Dow Rev Jas Presb ministe 
Duncan Jas 

Dunwoodie Jlerlin farming 
Knock W farmincT 



I GOBKAIS STEPITEN' E, Nurseries, 
! Address B K 2, Armstrongs. 
I Gorrc-lli Sanil farming 

Grant Alex dairy Eheep 

Grant Harry dairy shtep 

Greenwood Jos farming 

Hayhurst Albert dairy farming 

Hayhurst Arthur dairy farming 

Henry H H farming 

Hibb Henry dairy farming- 
I Hillyard Brock farming 

Howard Richd farming 
I James Jesse farming 
! Johnston G \V farming 

Johnston n A W farming 

Kenncy Henry farming 
; Lawson AV 
I J.,indsay Donald sheep farming 

.Mallory John dairv- fruit 

.^r^■llish J:is farming 



DEERIIOLM 



DEER PARK 



lan District. V. 



CRosBYiiK ;: ' 



and 



pilblii- srhoi.l. l'opul.,tiui: 
Harg John fruit-growing 
llcaton Wm ttanist.r 



BISSELLi:ii=i;;i:?H™;s,. 



Stationers 

PRINTERS 

Office 
Supplies 

Sey. 261 

306 Tower Bldg. 
Vancouver 



Ixrd farming 

!■; U i)Ostmistro5-s 

t K school teacher 



IDEI^UR 

a station on E. C. E. Ry.. 2 miles 
east of Abbotsford. iir Chilliwack 
I Prov. Elec. Dist. No agent; charges 
must be prepaid. Tlie parties named 
all use Delair to ship their milk, 
about 350 gallons per day at present. 
There are several hundred acres of 
fine bench-land suitable for fruit, 
mostly undeveloped. The prairie 
lands, which will shortly be dyked, 
will carry a large population as the 
land is rich. Address mail via R.R. 
No. 2. Abbotsford. 
Anderson A farming 
Austin E E farming 
Bannerman J J farming 
Bolley & Sons farming 
Browncll Jas farming 
Delair Thos farming 
Everett Chas farming 
Everett AV farming 
Knox Allen farming 
JIcGarvie Andrew far 
Rudge — farming 
Starr Jay farming 



ling 



Perry far 
' Waddell Jas farming 
I Watson C O faijning 
; DELTA 
la farming .-.tllerncnt. 1 miles from 

Colebrook. on the U. N. R.. in Delta 

Prov. i;i. c. Dist, La.lnur is the busi- 
: ness ctntre. .\d.lres.s mail Delta, via 

New Weslminsli r R.R. 1. 

Benson H D dairy farming 

Crawford K A farming 

Delta l-arm.rs- Institute J P Smith 



DEMUTH 



I business centre, r 
Cas.Mdy V logging 
Collett J G loggini 

C.msins V. loKch.g 



! Sa 



Ibcr 



DENMAN ISLAND 

a P O. an.l villai:.- on Penman I.sland, 
1 east coast of \anco>ivrr Island, be- 
\ tween Nanaiino and Comox. in Co- 
: mox Prov. El.c. Dist.. reached by C. 
I P. R. and I'nlon S. S. Co.'s steamers 
' from Vancouver. Dom. Govt, tele- 
I phone ofllce. Nearest railway at 
! Union Tiny, distant 1 Vi miles. Has 
I public school. Anglican and Presby- 
• terlan churches. Docal resources: 
I Farming. Ingclng, sawmill, good fish- 



' \ , 


u- mill.'r 

■.hiiiir 




naikie W-n. di.st firo warden farming 
r.oiiln.'ll Geo niised farming 








IMl-Irxing Ada hee-k.rping 


K .^ 1 


1 niin'g 






• l.ik.- 




Iter 


rhalmcrs Thos mlxeil farming 
Conway J I, farming 


M rs 1 


jr dairy farming 


Corrigall Jas mixed farming 




l.\nd owner 




Dalziol Geo boos mix-.l farming 


■^on O 


farming 




Denman Island I>-armrrs' Inst 


s,.,. !■ 


farming 




Deiinian Island Women's Inst Miss II 


.-^on I, 


farming 




Ilell-lrving sec 


-■^i.n T 






DiPapo r mixi il farming 


T ran 






niokson (Tor.il.l I, mixo.t f.irming 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. BIRECTOKY 



DOHINT P J, General Store and 

Postmaster. j 

Doney John mixed farming and sec | 

school board i 

Fulton W farming I 

Gordon H mixed farminR j 

Graham Albt boat-towing | 

Graham E A farming 
Graham Francis engineer farming 
Graham Jas R mixed farming 
Hepbourne R hook tender I 

Isbister John mixed farming 
Kelsey J H mixed farming 
McFarlane Mrs farming 
McFarlane H mixed farming 
McGee John engineer 
McMillan Alex mixed farming dairy 
McMillan Mabel bee-keeping , 

Meadows Henry pliysician i 

Jloseley J mixed farming I 

Ormiston Jas mixed farming | 

Pickles A mixed farming 
Pickles Bert farming ' 

Pickles Mrs David mixed farming 
Piercy Bros (Jas and li I) farming, 

fruit bees I 

Piercy Harvey lighthouse kpr Don- j 

man Island ■] 

Piei'cy J F carpenter , 

Piercy T W mixed farming 
Piket Thos mixed farming 
Robcrson Daviil laborer . 

Roberson Jas W f;u niinir 
Russell Gavin inix..l l;L.niing bees 
Savoie I..cm logging Iisliing 
Scott J \V mixed lanning I 

Scott \V W mixed farming 
Swnn A H mixed farming bees 
Swan Robt mixed farming I 

Wood John farming 

DENNISON STATION 

a P. O. and st.iticjn lui tlie B. C. K... 

l:y.. 2 miUs «. st oi Matsf|ui Prairie. 

in Clillllwack I'r..v HI,,-. Dist. Near- 1 

est sti'amoi hiii.hni,- on th'- Krasor 
nii.n. and nearest 
i.,.l,,.-r There Is 
III. .It Mount I,.-h- 



Xordman Ed mine supt 
Parker G mining 
Pemberton R K boarding house 
Potter Amos compressor e 
Roberts Jas general store 
Rossi Antonio pump man 
Stout Wni mining 



DENVER CANYON 

a flag station on the C. P. R. Kaslo- ! 
Nakusp brancli. lU miles northeast i 
of New Denver, tlie nearest railway 
station and telegraph office, in Slocan | 
I'rov. Elec, Dist. Xo local residents, i 

DEPARTXTRE BAY ' 

a P. O. and settlement on east coast 
of Vancouver Island. 3 miles north 
of Nanaimo. in Alb.-rni Prov. Elec. | 
Dist., re.nched by auto road. The ! 
Uom. liiological Station is located 1 
here, lias public school. 
Ualatti A dairy farming 
Hobson .Mis J dairy farming 




SERVICE 

and Modern 
Art Studios 



Dick Wni (II 
Field Arthui 
Foster \Vm 
Fraser C .M. 
logical Sl.-i 
\Vm I 



C post II 



■y C 



Kcigli 

Piper John m 
Roberts D S i 
Roberts Iver : 
Stephenson Da 
Taylor W lish 
Weiitworth W 

bEROCHE 



ved farming sec school 
xed farming 



ixod farming 



iver is .M. 
.legr.nph o 
Presbyter 



Ilailev Wm farming 
Troy Fd carpenter 
<-roy John blacksmith 
IXnni-^on John farming 
Ir.-huid Kd farming 
Jacknian Philip farming 
McDonald .\ D farming 
McKlnnon I.auchlnn fan 
Mcl'liall \- Gt.uiKbv fanii 



Pope John farming 
Wostcoat Geo farn\ln 
Wliite Fredk wood-c« 



If a thriving agri- 
the C. P. li. main I 
of Vancouver, in I 
;c. Di.'^t. la also I 
bile over the ex- 
runk Road. Has 
one. general store, i 
ivl.-rian and R. C. i 
ity water supply. • 
I hsliing In close ' 
resources: Small , 
ock-raislng. poul- ' 
id mixed farming. 
I mixed farming , 



i i;; 



Prov. 
ih poi 
>nt 3 



ile. Ill 



t Eholt, on C. 
s. Population, 
,ocal resources: .Mining, 
n Chas mining 
Richard S mining 
i:in :M j mining 
nven Andw compressor cng 
Ch:is shil't boss 



, Heaiiliii .\rttnir dairying sheep 

Dovingdoii J farming 
I r.oyd C, mixed farming 
Hi own,. Ilerbt A mlxc.l farming 
Chnmb< rl.iyne Chas F gen store 
I Clerlhue V J fruit and poultry 
I Cooper Chas J gen store and PM 
Derocho Alplions,- mixed farming 
Pcrocho Cr mixed fanning 
Dororhe Is.uloie dairy farming 
I Derorhe .los dairy farming 
I Dei I.I he (diver dairying horses 



ry I arming 
lixed farming 



Window Display. 

ana Back Ground. 

De.igncd. Built 

and Installed 

Scenics &' Poster. 
Theatrical Scenes 

Sign, and Show 
Card. 

Decorating and 
Window Fixture. 



153 Cordova W. 
VANCOUVER 

D. G. 

High-Grade 

Cabinetmaking 
Upholstering and 
French Polishing 



Ellim.Itt Fnrnisbtd 

ondlClaisc.oiWork. 

Repair., Etc. 

Phone Sey. 6268 

1123GranvilIeSt 
VANCOUVER, 

B.C. ' 



WRIGLEV'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



B.C. 

Collection 
Agency 

CoIIectiona 

Made 

Anywhere 

Agencies 

Throughout 

Canada 



311 IIIBBEN-BONE 

BUILDING 

1 122 

Government St. 

VICTORIA 



McDonald -Wm farming dairy 
Mclnnes A mixed farniinp 
McKemmon J farming 
.Macilonald E farming 
Malcolm A G mixed farming 
Miller i:ros farming 
Mitchell (Jcraia H dairy farming 
Mitchell R W fruit and poultry 
Morrison C S dairying 
Morrison Donald A cattle-raising 
Morton T F farming 
Murray S J dairying 

Neilson farming 

Pye Geo C mixed farming 

Ross H C mixed farming sec Xic 

men school board 
Roiitley G farming 
Russell J farming 
Ryan F mixed farming 
Sawyer Frank dairy farming 
Smith Maxwell farming 
Snodgrass Clyde mixed farming 
Taylor Ray dairy farming 
Taylor W L, farming 
Thorne Ed dairy farming 
Tirmblay A farming 
Williscrort R C fruit etc 
Wood H C farming 
Worth Alox mixed farming bees 
Yeomans E farming 
I Yeomans Geo mixed farming 
I Yeomans 



^ixed farming 
DEROCHE LANDING 



G. G. 

HEATHER 

& Co., Ltd. 



FURS 

Taxidermy 



Makers of High- 
Grade 



Fur 



s 

We Specialize in 

Remodelling 

Furs 

Rugs Mounted 



1029 

Granville Street ^ 

VANCOUVER ' 



a steamer landing on the Frascr 
River for Dcroche. distant 2 miles 
inland, on the C. P. R. See directory 
ll.sliiiBS under Deroche, the P. O. 

DEWDNEY 

a P. O. and farming settlement on 
'tjf C. P. R. main line. 6 miles east 
of Mission City, and 18 east of Van- 
couver. In Dcwdney Prov. Elec. DIst. 
Has public school. 
Archibald Donald M farming 
Raker F F 

liaynes Ch.-is >r mixed farming 
Baynes Leslie .M farming 
Hlack Mfir Co fruit ranch etc 
Rrcarley F farming 
Rrooks & McVlcar shingle mill 
Charnly Clinton tanning 
Cox Jas M frult-ralsing 
Cyr Zol farming 
Davles B bec-kreplng 
Davhs Edwin dairy-farming 
Davles T C farming 
Dcwdney Trading Co Henry Wat 

prop 
F.llows Richard J farming 
Gibson J farming 

In Fred laborer 



rlay 



far 



llalrslne G W far 

llalrsinc Thos M mixed farming 

Halrslne W J mWod farming 

Handy .J M farming 

Handy W storekeeper 

Hart Thos farming 

Hart Wm farming 

Hawkins Chas F farming 

H.iwklns Frank farming 

Hawkins Geo W farming 

Henry H E farming 

Hey ir farming 

Hyde J farming 



M.Tntosh Thos farming 
M.Intyre A T farming 
Mi-Kamey .lolin R mixed farming 
Mil.can & Munn farming 



Madill E B farming 

Meason M L farnung 

Moody G H poultrv-raising 

Munn Lachlan farming 

Murray G P farming 

Murray O farming 

Newton Bros mixed farming 

Newton Geo farming 

Nichols A .\ farming 

Nichols Clarence J farming 

Norrish Chas farming 

NoiTish F C mixed farming 

Norrish Wm H farming 

Randall C farming 

Read Hamilton & Mather farming 

Ross M mixed farming 

Rowan E A farming 

Seymour Albert farming 

Seymour Alfred farming 

Seymour Geo farming and bees 

Sharpe C E mixed farming 

Smith Canadian Co honey producers 

Smith Saml stock bees sec school 

board 
Temple J dairy farming 
Thompson Alistcr farming 

eedic Henry farming 
Watson Henry of l>;wdncy Trading 

Co 



DEWEY 

a P. O. and station on the G. T. P. 

Ry.. 5 miles west of Hutton, the 

nearest telegraph ofilco. and j5 cast 

of Prince George. In Fort George 

Prov. Elcc. Dist. Population. I:'.-;. 

Eocal resources: Two sawmills and 

farming. 

Alexander A nigr Salmon River Saw- 
mills Co Ltd 

Rashaw E mgr Rashaw Lumber Co 

Bashaw E Lumber Co E Bashaw 
nigr mfrs rough and dressed lum- 
ber and logging 

RIack Richard farming 

Corbett .lames farming 

Evans J farming 

Geiger Chris farming 

Graham E A farming 

Ho'lte'r Waller faTn'i'in'V 

Lynch Jam.s farming 

McGrath Patrick f.TrmIng 

.MacGrcgor Peter F farming 

Mathers Thos engineer 

Rlnglund H L farming 

Rousell George gen store P^t farm- 
ing 

Salmon River Sawmills Co Ltd A 
Alexander mgr mfrs of rough and 
dressed lumber and logging 

Scott Norman f aiming 

i>mall John farminir 

Smedlcy Jake farming 



DINSMORE ISLAND 

a salmon cannerv on the Fra^er 
River, owned by H. C. Packers' Assn.. 
517 Granville St.. Vancouver. 

DISCOVERY 

a P O. and mining .settlement In 
)ist.. reached by 



opiilatlon, -100. 

iild Geo mining 
rown Chas farming 
rown J mining 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIK ECTOR Y 



Chicago Bill Ideal Mine 

Discovery Mining- & Power Co Ltd 

Evans Caleb mining 

Fuller — mining 

Gairns Chas gen store and PM 

Gunderson Hans teaming 

Hultgreen Gus mining 

Karr S S mining 

Kruger Paul mining 

Lurch Mrs 

McDonald Wm mining 

McLaren J J mining 

McXutt James mining 

Machell Thos teamster 

Matson Peter mining 

Mobley F H & Co Ltd gen store 

Morrison Wm mgr F H Mobley & Co 

Morse Harry mining 

Nelson Axel mining 

Oman Carl mining 

Oman Harold mining 

Pilsen J mining 

Pine Tree Hotel C M Sands prop 

Reid Jas mgr of mine 

Ruffner John mine owner 

Sands Clarence M prop Pine Tree 

Hotel 
Shovel Mining Group 
Strom Louis mining 
Strom Vic mining 

DOBI£S 

a nag station on the G. T. P. Ry.. 
about 5 miles east of Terrace. Mail 
is exchanged here by crane for Cop- 
per River P. O. 
DOG CREEK 

a P. O. and settlement. 6C miles 
northeast of Clinton, at Junction of 
Dog Creek and Frusor River, in Lil- 
looet Prov. Elcc. Dist.. reached by. 
and headquarters of. Clinton-Dog 
Creek-Alkali Lake stage route. Pop- 
ulation, 50. Local resources; Ranch- 
ing, stock-raising, and fruit-growing. 
Colin Peter stock-raising 
Dog Creek Hotel J S Place prop 
Drinkell Alfred J clerk 
Hawkins Richard farming 
Holden AVm stock-raising 
Patton Thos S farming 



DOMINION 



Everett F of Everett & Harper 
Everett <& Harper (F Everett J 

Harper) gen store 
Faus Mrs M L emp C R D Co 
Gibbons W C bkpr C R D Co 
Hanson A sup eiig V C M 
Harper J of Everett & Harper P 
Helland B can, C R D Co 
Hill E carp C R D Co 
Holdereth F trimmer C R D Co 
Horton E D supt C R D Co 
Hull J V enip C R D Co 
Lavoiliet W sawyer C R D Co 
McHardy H sawyer V C M 
McLeod Mrs emp C R D Co 
ilurray J eng C R D Co 
O'Donnell D J filer C R D Co 
Peters E S eng C R D Co 
Rigg T tallvman C R D Co 
Roach M filer V C M 
Sanders C craneman C R D Co 
Searles H A eng C R D Co 
Shore J W B school teacher 
Shultz Chas cook C R D Co 
Steelier T S chief eng V C M 
Vancouver Cedar Mills Ltd A H; 



LAND ^^ 




The 
Columbia " 
Hand Power 
Stump Puller 



Vitiaz J blacksmith V C M 
Welsh E helper V C M 
Welsh H helper V C M 
Wirtanen G \V cliief eng C R D Co 



I DOME CREEK 

a P. O.. ranchiiu 
tlement on the G 



Power 
Speed 
Safety 
Efficier 
Ecoi 



vest of McBr 



ju.nction of Dome 
sf-r River, in Fort 



Pat 



Wi 



far 



Pigeon Bros cattle ranching 

Pigeon Claude mgr Pigeon Bros' 

Pigeon Edgar C farming 

Place Chas R farming 

Place Frank farming 

Place Jos S ranch flour mill saw- 
mill gen store hotel stage line and 
PM 

Place Jos S Jr farming 

Stenson Thos farming 

Trcsierra A E mgr Wm Holden 

Wright G E stage driver 

DOLLARTON 

a P. O. and lumbering town at Roche 
Point, on North Arm of Burrard In- 
let. 6 miles east of Vancouver, in 
North Vancouver Prov. Elec. Dist. 
There are two sawmills, one shingle 
mill, general store. Population. 2.')0. 
The sawmill of the Canadian Robert 
Dollar Co.. Ltd . has a capacltv of 
ir.O.OlH'i feet dailv. and that of the 
Viiiiooiiver Cedar Alill.s, I-td.. inn.OOO 
feet of lumber and TiMi.Oon shingles. 
Ticll J AV blarksmilh C R D Co 
Holduc I, niillwiiglit C i: D Co 
Canadian Robert Dolla 
Horto,, supt lumber 



George Prov. Klec. Dist, 

l.-.O. 

-Mbiecht .V ranching 

Attoff D mixed farniing 

Benson O ranching 

Blaikie Chas mgr Dome Mountain 

Lumber Co Ltd 
Brennan Jack ranching 
easier F ranching 
Cattle Mrs J W ranching 
Couture F ranching 
Dome Creek Farmers' Inst E L GaU 

sec 

soiq: cbeek z.umbeb co i.td. 

Chas Blaikie Mtrr, Mfrs Boufh and 
Dressed Lumber, Iiogging and Gen." 
eral Store. 



Hooke 



A ra 



Johnson Osc 
Johnson Richard I 
I Kendall Jas O n 
Lumber Co Ltd 
Langton F ranching 
.McCanliv Archie ranching 



II J.i 



lols 



conf and pool 



l.umb.-r Co 



OPSAL STEEL 

Co., Limited 
Vancouver. B.C. 

Universal 

Multigraph' 

in^ Co. 

Metropolitan 
Building 

Multigraphing 

Four I 

Power Machine! 

Four 
Hand Machines . . 

Signing 

Folding 

Addrciiing 

Mailing 



E D 



R D Co 
R n Co 
R D Co 
ght V C M 

/ C M 



I DOMINION 

j 13 miles en.s't of Prir 
ed by rni.m .<. S. C 
latinn. 1:0(1, inrludii 
ion j,i|>:iiu-«o and r. 
fishing 



C R D Co 



Sale* Branch 
The 

iMulti^raph 
Sales Co. 

Limited 
'hone Sey. 6445 

VANCOUVER 



WKIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 




i DONALD 

; a flag- station and farming settlement 

1 on C. P. K. main line. 15 miles west 

of Golden, the business centre and 

P. O.., in Columbia I'rov. Elec. Dist. 

Population. 15. Has C. P. telegraph 

oftlce. 

Allan C M operator 

Brown Iver farming 
i Butterficid Rex farming 



Dix 



fai 



trapping 
Dcjordy T mixed farming 
Knu.isen Ed trapping 
(Jlaison M carpenter 
I 'I--on IZ farming 

1 farming- 



Ik T far 



ing 



PRINTERS : 
and BINDERS \ 

Office Stationery i 
Loote Leaf 
Sytterai { 

Advertiiing j 

Booklets 
CataloQuet, Etc. 

753 View St. 
Victoria, B. C. 



DONOHOE MINES 

CORPORATION 

a Dom. Govt, long-distance telephone 

office, 2D miles north of Merritt. the 

busine.s.s centre, in Kamloops Prov. 

Elec. Dist.. and H miles from Quil- 

. hcna. the P. O. 



I DOBISTON 

I a P. O.. fishing and logging scttle- 
■ mcnt on Sccholt Inlet, in North Van. 
1 Prov. Klcc. Dist., reached b.v Union 
I S. S. Co.'s boats to Egmont landing, 
distant 3 miles. Nearest telegraph 
I office at Sechelt, IS miles. Has pub- 
lic school. L.ocal resources: Fishing 



and 



ogKing. 



A. S. 

MATTHEW 

&Co. 

One of the Largest 

Insurance Firms i 

in Canada ! 

Fir e— Plate- 
Glass — Acci- 
dent &Health 
Auto and t 
Marine 



I.iss.tt Peter ranching 

I'.r'L; ('...-o ranching 

.1"! ii^t'jn I ranching 

Is I. V n O C ranching and logging 
I LIu.nU Sam postmaster and logging 
I Nlchlcson Martin logging 
I Montgomery Ch.irles ranching 
Montgomery David ranching 

.Montt,OMieiy Iloht ranching 



chlng 



llo^. rs (.eo lugging 
."-^i III ■le Wm ranching 
.^iKuv A C nreman 
St. il(> Geo ranching 
Ptreet Herbert ranching 
I Wliyte Walter mining 



Savva Peter 
Schagel J mill foreman 
Shimenski P sec foremam 
Smith F M of F M S L Co 
Smith F M I^umbcr Co sawmill 
Wilkinson H ranching 
AVodyga Ludy ranching 
j Wooton John ranching 

1 DOKEEEN 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry and 
Skeena River. 6 miles east of Paciric. 
125 northeast of Prince Rupert, and 
3 east of Lome Creek, the P. O.. in 
Prince Rupert Prov. Elec. Dist. Lo- 
cal resources: Slining. including pro- 
mising prospects of gold and silver. 
Agriculture has a promising outlook 
also. 

Bolton T prospecting 
Cadden C E Dom Govt tel opr 
, Carpenter C E farming prospecting 
i Follie Henry mixed farming 
Graham Bros farming 
Harmon G chicken farming 
Ludwig P G farming 
McDonald Roderick farming 
McNichol Peter prospecting 
Michael Arthur farming 
Taylor C farming 

DOT 

] a P. O. and .station on the Iv. V. Ry.. 

20 miles southeast of Spencc's Bridge. 

the nearest C. P. R. telegraph office. 
I in Yale Prov. Elec. Dist. Local re- 
I sources: Ranching. 

Abbott Mrs K F postmistress 

Abbott H 11 ranching 

Manning J ranching 
! Seal John section foreman 

Thacker J C A ranching 



DOUGHTY 

a station on the G. T. P. Ry., in 
Bulklcy Valley, 22 miles northwe-^t 
of Smlthers, the P. O. and nearest 
telegraph olTlce. in Omlmeca Prov. 
Elec. District. 
Carroll T L farming 
Smlthers — farming 



,, , , ^; ^y," a farming settlement. 3 miles from 
l^crnle. In I'^nle i \vi,i,^^ 1-0^,1^ o miles north of int 
Has Kooten.iy tele- national boundary, and 23 miles soi 



iiid ranching. 



General ManaRers 

for j 

Continental ' 

Casualty Co. j 

»nd British Crown' 

Ai$. Copn., Ltd. 



rhon.-s: 
Sey. l.;o7-t368 : 

509-11 Richards' 
VANCOUVER 



intnn W H ranching 
ii;ik John ranchlnic 
t.r John ran.-hlng 
■Mon J S lan.lilng 
isby F dairy farming; 



of New Westminster. In Delta Prov. 
Elec. Dist. .See names under Clover- 
dale, distant 7 miles. 

DOUGLAS BAY 

a steamer landing on Gambler Island, 
Howe Sound, near Lang Bay, the P. 
0.. In No. Vancouver Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. reached by Marino N.ivlgatlon 
& Engineering Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver. 
Kelly Mrs J J tattle-raising 



DOUGIiAS LAJKE 



Nicola Vail. 



.settlement In 
las Lake, Yale 
■lied by stage 
C. v. Ry., dl.s- 
rii. Govt, long- 
re. An Indian 
te end of the 
mllles. 



WRIGLKVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



DUNBAK HEIGHTS 



Alexander Jas farming 

Almon B mixeJ larminK 

Bearsto R P 

Best G K rancli hand 

Blashell C H ranch hanU 

Bond Talbot (Norfolk Ranch) 

Captain Harry larmine 

Charters H cowboy 

Coutlee Jos foreman cow camp 

Douglas Lake Callle Co Ltd cattle 

and horses 
Ellseneen John ranch hand 
Evcrard H I: cen store- 
Graves Jos ranch hand 
Guttlcrrcz Alfrctl ranch hand 
Hall Thos H ranch hand 
Horst J \V cowboy 
Hovcll J cowboy 
Johns Jos ranch hand 
Leith G H ranch foreman 
McAllister Robt cowboy 
McAvoy H cowboy 
McKay t> F ranch hand 
McLean Geo cowboy 
Marshall V ranching 
Mellen J farmlnir 
Moir Robt (Norfolk Ranch) 
Morrow Chas ranrh hnnrt 
Norfolk Ranch (Talbot Rond and 

Robt Molr) 
I'etcrson A rancliiiit; 
Robinson Kre.l ran. h hand 
Saul Uavid farmlnB 
Shuttleworth IteKlnald r 
Stutkec John farmine 
Swarkin \V cowboy 
Ward Francis 1! mgr D 

and PM 
Williams Chas farming 
Williams John farming 



DOYLE 

a station on C. P. R. Cranbrook- 
Goldcn line. 6 miles from Wasa. No 
SKent. charges must be prepaid. Ad- 
dress mail via Fort Steele. 
Cridges Lumber Co Ltd Imbr mfrs 



.boy 



Cattle Co 



DRAOON lAKi: 



ettliment 1 miles east 
lif P. O. and business 
iliMio Prov. FIcc. l'l.<it.. 
■ f. and KasoUne launch 

ml and Fort Georce. 

1 Dratron Lake it- 

iiilis lonjr and has an 
I or 1 mile. 



■■en D H r.inclilne 
.Mrs G R ranchinp 
R R ranrhlnc 



K;ip|.v Otis ranch Inp 
Klllott Rev W II H 

Mission 
HIrks James ranching 
miborn K L ranching 
Irwin Draper ranching 
LazzerIn John rancliinK 
Lust Frank ranchlne 



of -St. Johns 



St John-i 



Ml 



Tachel P.ci 
Trueman Jnnics 
Truoman Thos i 
Warden Horace 
Zcchioilrick Cha 



DRUM LUMMON BAY 

a nilninc cinip on noticl: 



call twice a month at the mines. 
Local resources: Copper, gold and 
silver mines. 
Drum Luramon Mines Ltd C L Copp 

supt head oflice 1115 Dominion 

bldg Vancouver 



DETJRY INLET 

an inlet 33 miles northeast of .\ 
Ray. reached by Vnion S.S. Co.'s 
from Vancouver, which deliver i 
by private bas to each can»p. 
tensive lo{;ginK operations here. 
Jicmpspy Kwart loccind opr 
Moore Harry lopBinR opr 
Northern Cedar Co Inuginfr 
Northern Pacific Co loRKing 
Wayt Owen loKRinK opr 



DRYNOCH 

a aac station on C. P. R. on s.s. of 
Thompson River. 7 miles west of 
Spcnci'H RridKc. the I". O.. in Yale 
Prov. Flee. Dist. 
Grnndincttl Carmeliti sec foreman 



DUCK CREEK 

a station on C. P. R.. no BRcnt, 9 
miles ra.st of Crcston. Crow's Nest 
brunch. See names under WyiidcU. 



DUCK RANGE 

a P. O. and mixed farminc settlement 
In Knmloops Prov. Klec. Dist.. reach- 
ed by staKO from Ducks, the busi- 
ness centre and nearest C. P. R. and 
teleitraph oflice. illstant 6 miles 
northwest. Has Dom. Govt. lonK- 
dlstancc telephone olllce. Presbyterian 
church and public school. Popula- 
tion. "0. 

Allan Donovan farmlne 
Allan KLsio dairy tarminc 
Allan T J dairy farminK 
r.all Jos fannini,- 
Berry John mixed farmlnK 
Rla.kburn R farminir 
Charlton A\ m mixed farming 
Hee II G <lalry farmlnir 
De Leeuw Marcel farminp 
D«> Quccnny J dairy farming 
Fox Lewis and Fred mixed farming 
Hanna N (> farming 
Harrison >r farming 
Lekm.in I farmlne 
Manlv Frank mlxeil farming 
Morrison Krn' st mixed farming 
Mudo Ja^' mix.. I larming 
Muncer Frank dairp farming 
Muncer Mrs Jane sec school board 

Redding farming 

Ttoblnson J Ucrbt mixed farming 

Sinclair Hugh farming 

Van Der Stock Albt mixed farming 



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a Hag station on C. P. R 



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E. & N. Ry., 
of Victoria, Vancouve 
in Cowiclian Prov. Elec. Dist 
tifully situated on Cowicl: 
and adjacent to Somenos 
mile: Quamichan Lake, t 
and Cowichan Lake, eifiht 
inland, all of which are noted iish 
ing resort.s. Duncan i."; the centre o 
a delightful farminfr district and en 
joys the most equable climate in thi 
province. It is the bu.sine.s.'; and dis 
tiibutins point for tlie adjacent tarm 



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Duncan 

40 miles i Bon 
r Island. Bov 
.. Heau- I Bra^ 

one I Br.^^ 
iles. I Brai 



sail It S art pupil Green & Clagi 
yer G bkpr Mayo Lbr Co 
dshaw Cecil L elk Duncan Cas 

tlshaw G K farming 
J.«ha%v Myra school tchr 
ttingham Frank A sub-coUr cu; 



I B C Telephone Co Ltd Mr 
am agt 
Bromilow C K farming 



K D Hosp 
Potts prop 

r>r E C tel ( 
C Tel Co 
Leader 

''ommerco A 




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and Anglican. ilethodi.^t. I'resby- 
teiinn and U. C. chur.-hes. Has C. P. 
t.l'j,-r:iph and B. C. telephone. Pop- 
ul.iti.iii. 1.:'00. Local resources: 

r>.^ir.\ ing. poultry-iaising. timber, ex- 
Lclliiil residential district, good auto 
roads, including I.<!land Highway. 
Stage runs to (Cowichan Bay, Cow- 
ichan l.ake anil Maple Bay from Cen- 
tral Garage. 

Duncan City offlcers 
M.iyor— Thos Pitt 
Cl.rk— James Grelg 

B C Govt Olllcers 
Govt Agt A.ssr and Collr— J Malt- 
,d-Uougal 



inanciers Tru.st Co 
couver) Leather & Bevan 
correspondents 
C P 11 Telegraph B G Col borne 
Carberry Fred B farming 
Carr-Hilton A D trih r Bank o 
Castl.-y Mrs I-] Ul opr 
Castley Thos farming 
Castley W J nurseTym.m 
Central Garage J .Marsh prop 
Chambers Harold prop Old Cu 
Shop 



Cha 

pres H 
Checke G 

Trade 



Lu 



mbcr Co Ltd W Colpmnn 
.Miller soc-treas 
v-pres Duncan Board of 



ipt 



Dist 

Fie 

Prov Constable— W Ki« 
Abbott H C plumbing 



Kducatlon — W 



M 



t'hurchill Kenj teaming draying 
Citv Bakery Page & Lansdell props 
City Meat Market Plaskett & Stock 



ing 



props 



Dur 



Clack Miss L M 
Clague H M of 
Clark Hugh elk 
,"""" ; Clark J H elk II 

■ow Merchants I ^.IJlt'^V.'r ,'U*]iel' 
,ith R Grassie & ] ^-oiplnan Vv pre 
R B Anderson* I (:«';!?i^l;';;?-.JVT, 



Hazeldine 

Printing 

Co. 



..\ndorson John 

Son 
Anderson R P. & Son plumbing heat- 
ing 
.\rniuur Jolm B salsman Cow Cream- 
Armour Tlios whsmn E & N Ry 
Atherton Mabel school tchr 
.Vttwood I'-lorrnrc elk >I F Prevost 
Auchinachio I'lsie 1 elk S R Kirkham 
Auchinaehi.' I'et.r iniNcil farming 
AUTO REPAIR SHOP, Jaynes & 
Parker Props, Automobile and Ga« 
Engine Rep.ilrB. 



Corney 

Coulter 

ducts 

Cowlch: 



rbt 



derlv K P Ho.= p 
AV H 



Agricult 
It pns 
Cowichan County 

hon sec 
Cowichan Creamer; 

Walter Paterson ; 
Cowichan I'armers- I 

AVm Waldon sec 
Cowichan Lake Autc 



Mercl 

tel a 
P O 



gr I>\incan <;arag.. 
\\ Duncan Garage 
t Delco-Ltght Pro- 

■al Society C J 

ub \V H White 

J N Evans pros 



|:.mi.tt Leo H elk White's Drug St I Cowichan Lead 
|:w..n Miss I, E mllllTier ladles' wear lehnn Printin 
l:;i Krtl Paul serviceman Duncan Gar- 1 Hugh Savage 
,;;„ I Cowichan M.at 

i::ilvt,i,io W IT janitor Cow Merch I Cowichan Meicl 
i;.-ll .Mrs ll.irrl.t W a-^st PM j Pres .V H P:i 

i;.ll .1 T elk J H Smith | sec W L P. Y 

i;,ll Mc.-idl.v elk Cow ^Terchants Conic 

Bevan H W'd.i-ather & Bevan) stock 



1st & Agr Assn 
Stage, Central 



Mains prop 



Bishop Mrs F J 



^\■ K farming 
W !■; Jr elk Banl 
lesse drayman 
1 Leonard ehauf 



owlchan Wo- 
i of Montreal 



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Crane C S elk and treas No Cowich- 

an Municipality 
Crecdon Irma school tchr 
Cresswell E T lawyer and farming 
Cunninsham Cecil de T retired 
Davie C F banister and solicitor 
Day Victor micli Duncan Garage 
DEI>CO-Z.IGHT PRODUCTS. A H 
Coulter Agt, or Modem Utilities 
ttd, 3eO Water, Vancouver. 
Dickie C H nigr B C Manganese Min- 
ing Co Ltd 



Uc 

Dirom I Oliv.- elk S II Kirkhani 
Dirom \V siction foreman 
Dobson W painter 

Duncan Uoanl of Trade Hugh Savage 
pres G A Cheeke v-pres H J Greig 
sec 
Duncan Coal Depot Thos Pitt prop 

olllce with H \V Dickie 
Duncan Garage Ltd Norman T Cor- 

(leld mgr 
Duncan James grocer 
Duncan K F of Mutter & Duncan 
Duncan Opera House V C Scholey 

mgr 
Duncan Tailor Shop Tzuzl & Takahi 

props 
Dwyvr W M of Dwyer & Smlthson 

police con 
Dwyer & Smithson men's frnshgs 
Dykes Watson Prov M» dical Olllrer 
Eng Ah Sam prop Cow l{istaurant 
Evans John N pres Cow Creamery 
Evans Wm mecli Duncan Garage 
Fawcett It C agt E & N Ry 
Fennell John C mgr J M Wood 
Flndlay Jas foreman Cowlchan Ldr 
Fleming W M dist supt Agr Educa- 
tion 
Flett Jas elk Prov Gvt offlec 
Ford David postmaster 
Ford Douglas J I{ mech Duncan Gar- 
age 
Forrest RobI P elk Cow Merchants 
Fox Ernest D with H W Fox 
Fox H W dry goods 
Calbralth W Jf fishery Insp 
Garrard H R city elec eng 
GIbbs John mech Duncan Oarage 
Gibson John bkr Cnlrnsmore Bakery 
Glendeimlng K acct J II Smith 
Goddard Alfred elk Dwyer & Smith- 
son 
Gooding Fred R stockman Duncan 

Garage 
Gordon Margt I ledger Rank of Com 
Grassle C of R Grassle &. Son 
Grassle R Jt Son blacksmiths 
G W V A }l J Grelg sec 
Green Hessle elk Cow Merchants 
Green Dorothy waitress Quam Hotel 
Green J U of Green & CI ague 
Green M J of Heyworth & Green 
Green & Clague (J H Green H M 

Clague) prov land survs civ engs 
Grelg Doris cashr J H Smith 
Grelg Geo U ship elk Cow Merchants 
Grelg H J Ins sec Duncaik Rd of 

Trade an.i O W V A 
Grelg Jas city clerk sec Duncan Cons 

board of siliool Irusi.TS 
Grlllln Arthur of Tz.nihnlem Ruffet 



i; W far 



Harknelt Leonard niec 

ago 
Harris G A painter 
Harris Ha7,.l ilk L K Rar 
Hatter W J S slsmn I'ow 



Hattie D R farm impts harness car- 
riages bicycles 
Helen Bros (Henry L and Herbert) 

cigars taxidermists 
Helen Henry L of Helen Bros 
Helen Herbert of Helen Bros 
Helen L A stationery 
Henderson Laura school tchr 
Henderson R S lumber 
Herd A A B farming Reeve No Cow- 

iehan Mun 
Herd Muriel steno Prov Govt Office 
Herd Wm farming 
Heyworth *i Green (W B Heyworth 

M J Green) auto repairs 
Highland Lumber Co Ltd E F Miller 

mgr 
Hillcrest Lumber Co C Stone mgr 
Hills D C bkpr Cow Creamery 
Hilton E Carr sec K D Hosp 
Hird J L & Son plumbers 
Hocy Ferguson acct J H Whittome 

& Co 
Hop Wo Hing gen store 
Hopkins C H with V I Greenhouses 
Houghton D A elk H F Prevost 
Huxford Chas nuch Central Garage 
Indian i iilieo W 11 Robertson att 
]r\int,- TliDs J mgr Island Drug Co 
ISIiAKS DRUG CO. H A Fattereon 

Prop. Drugs. Toilet Articles and 

Stationery. 
Jackson Daisy cashr Duncan Opera 

House 
Jackson Edith mgr Quam Hotel 
Jackson Harold elk Cow Jlcat Mkt 
James Douglas architect 
Jaynes John of Jayncs & Parker 
Jaynes Phil elk Cow Merchants 
Ja>Ties W P farming pres Cowichan 

Merchants Ltd 
Jaynes .M- Parker (John Jaynes Chas 

S Parker) gas engine and auto re- 
pairs 
Johnston A C farming 
Keats R C driver J H Smith 
Kennett Geo city constable 
Kcnnctt Howard elk H W Dickie 
Kerr D E dentist 
Kler Sydney mech Duncan Garage 
Kler W prov constable 
King Dora M opr B C Tel Co 
Kings Daughters Hospital E Carr 

Hilton see Ellz Wilkinson matron 
KIrkham S R gen store 
Knocker E H contractor 
Knocker .Mabel school tchr 
Knox Louis A farming 
Kwong Sang grocer 
Lamb S .M larming 
Lamont John dairyman 
Lansdell Percy W of Page * Lans- 

dell 
l-aw H S elk Cow Merchants 
I.nzenhy Frances attendt D 10 Kerr 
L.Tzenbv JIab,^l S opr B C Tel Co 
Lnz.nby Tl.os .->sst City Elcc Kng 
L.ilher Fr.iiik S of Leather .t Bevan 
I.EATRER Sc BEVAN. R«al Estate. 

Znsorance, rinaadal Agents and 

Notaries Public. 
Lee i; W rari> and contr 
LeFevre Adah steno Central Garage 
Legge F I- elk J H Smith 
Lehman .V ^V vet surg 
Leland Fred baker J H Smith 
Lemon A H No Cowlcjian road supt 
Leylaii.l L elk J H Smith 
Lloyil W nierh Duncan Garage 
Lii. kman A C C, teller Bk of .Montreal 
JIcDougall J Maltland govt agt assr 

and collr 
MeKav !•; B retired 
M.-K'.nzle Catherine F school tchr 
McKlnnon Angus farming d.iirying 
M.Kinnon S11,>1 opr R C Tel Co 
Mrl.ny J C (arming 
McMannlB Rlchd elk Cow Merchants 
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McNichol Mrs A B cand; 
McNichol T II cleaning pressing 
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420-422 

William St. 
VICTORIA 

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I Quamlchan Buffet (Jolin "Windsor R 
Symes) 
Duncan" Cash ! Quamichan Hotel Mrs L'Tombs prop 

I Quamichan Lake School P G Skrim- 
Macdonald Mrs E E school trustee i shire tchr c„:t„ 

Macey Allan chauf Duncan Garage I Reeves T J elk J H Smith 
Macintyre Peter slsmn Cow Creamery ' Reeves A\ m F elk and opr Dom Exp 
Macmillan M K of Powcl & Macinillan | * Teleg 

Maguire Rose opr B C Tel Co ! Rey Alexis serviceman Duncan Gar- 

Mahon W H chicken farming j age 

Mains C E prop Cowichan Meat Ml<t I Rey Francis mech Duncan Garage 
Maitland-Dougall J prov govt agt i Ritchie Catherine school^ tch 

and stip magistrate 
Mann H C asst dist eng 
JIarlow A J mgr Bank of Com 
Marsdcn T of Tzouhalcm Buffet 
Marsh Kdw D chauf Central Garage 
Marsh Hector chauf Central Garage 
Marsh J prop Central Garage 
Marsh Violet nurse K D Hosp 
Maul Stanley stock asst Duncan Gge ins 
Maxam Marion agt B C Tel Co I Robinsc 

Mav H W farming i Robinsr 

Jlr.vo Lumber Co. Singh Bros mgrs Rofc K. 
Meilin D G mining engineer 
Melville Alex A barber Jas Rutledge 
Mfiixics James farming 
M ".■ ! 1" F chartered acct 
Mill. 1 Mis E !•' libr Cow Pub Library 
Mill, r R G soc-treas Charter Lbr Co 
Miln.- II farming 



Roberts JIrs E R sec Gleno 

board 
Robertson Anne asst elk City Clerk 
Robertson Donald elk Cow Merchant 
Robertson Kate stcno Dom India; 

Agt 
Rober 



JIaijovie opr Dom Tel 



Robertson Wm R Dom Indi; 



Rolston II 

Royal SI. I 

W T C. 

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Miyako K grocer 
Monk F A photographer 
Jlorten Eliz M school tchr 
Mottishaw Jos asst forest 
Munro Rev A F I'resby mi 
Muiiro 1) H liigh school tchi 
Murthie Wm carpi^ntei 
Muttrr Jas Islay pies I 

Trade Reeve No Cow Mui 
:\tutter & Duncan real esl 

notaries 
Neal Dorothy nurse K D Hosp 
New Method Laundry Dwyer & Smith 

son aglR 
X.x.n Sidnov elk C G ■\Vhite 
Nixnn Rev j J Meth minister 
N.,,,u. F J notary with J H Whit 



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I T 2nd vice-pres 
Cow Agr Soc 
Rutledge Annie emp Cow Merchants 
Rutledgo Eddie chauf Duncan Garage 
Rutledge Eva elk V O 
Rutledge Jas barb<r and buffet 
Rvall Charlotte F prop Tea Kettle 



' Sam Lee shoo repr 
. Savage Hugh mng editor Cowichai 
ird or ( Leader 

I Scholey V C mgr Duncan Opera H.s< 
fin Ins ; coiif and cigais 

' Sejrup Wm bultermaker .roamory 
Semple S W arct Can Bank of Com 
Seymour Winifred nurse K D Hosp 
Shaddock Thos driver J H Smith 
Sheelan Father jj -■ — 



Co 



A auditor and acct 
1 Ogden Chas shoe repr 
j Old Curiosity Shop Harold Chambers 
prop 



Shermar 



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Sisters of St Ann conv 
Slcrimshiie P 
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I SmTK J H I.TD, J H Smith Pres 
I ?nd Mng- Divector. General Store. 
I Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, 
I Boots and Shoes, Maslcal Instru- 
ments and Cafe. 
■age & Lanseicil props v;uy j.aKvu ^ Smitiison 1' G nod I'.U of Montreal 
•itmer C G farming Sommerville Jolin G man train lll^tI 

■arker Chas S of Jayncs & Parker Sommiivillo J C contractor 
•:it. r.~on A H sales mgr and sec Cow- , Sowrey Amy elk Cow Merchant.-, 

i' ban Mercliants Ltd Spratt C J \ pres tow Agr Soe. 

•it.r-..n" Wiu'er ingr Cow Creamery I Stacey Wm prln publie school 
■It. I- •n if \ 1 !■ ' T-lanil Drug Co Stephenson Rev F L Ang 



I O-Repan Thos A teleg opr E & N Ry 
I ouelletto Eva waitress Tea Kettle Inn 
' ruiellctte Mary wtrss Tea Kettle Inn 
i Page Arthur of I'ago & l,ans<lell 
1 Page & Lansdcll props City Bakery 



eprs 



! Stewart EliJ! steno Ci 
j Stewart-Moore Mrs 
Whlttome Co 

, Stlllwell E c; elk Bk 



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Phones: 
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. I'itl Thos coal and mayor > '",":',', ' .',, 

ri.iskett D of Plaskett & Stock .- t • 1 

; Pl.iskett Ell driver Cairnsmore Bky S; 
Pla.'skctt Rusromb H I farming , ■'" ' 

1 I'lMsUrtt * Stock props City Meat Jlkt ■;;" ;^. ^ ; ^_ ^' ^ 

I ivi'.'nn.'r Hai'i'l'.'rV.'ir'g opr CPR I Swan I'l P pli> 

I I'l.tts 1", pioii Cnirnsmorc Bakery | Swil/.or Davnl 

' Pow.l Ai.-nos E St. no Lank of Com | Swit/.er Percy 
Powel Kathleen elk Bank of Jlont- , Syinos Kobt o 



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el W Bruce of Powel & Macmll- Tait K< 
I, Talbot 

,1 .« Marmillon men's furnishings | Talbot 
ols shoes Z''",'"' 1 

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,..^t II F books sta .alderman | T ea Kr 

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Thorpe R A new and 2nd hd gds 

Tisdall G A farming 

Tombs Mrs L, prop Quamichan Hotel 

Tombs Rowley chauf Duncan GaraKe 

Tombs Stanley niech Duncan Garage 

Townsend Mrs F T millinery etc 

Toyota D cleaning pressing 

Tull R AV farming 

Tzouhalem Buffet Marsden & Griffin 
props 

TZOT7KAXEM HOTEI^, Price Bros 
Props. 

Tzuzi & Takahi props Duncan Tailor 
Shop 

Van Xorman C clec eng 

Van Xorman F lumber 

Victoria Island Greenhouses 

Waldon \Vm sec Cow Farmers Inst 
& Agr Assn 

Walker R C mixed farming 

Weismiller John mixed farming 

West Arthur chauff Cow Merchants 

West Henry elk Cow Merchants 

Westwood Wilson elk J H Smith 

Whidden R II fire chief 

Whitbourne A carpenter 

Whitbournc Enid S opr B C Tel Co 

WHITE CXTBRZi: O, Ora^rlst and 
Stationer. 

White W H hon sec Cow County Club 

Whittak.r A I! jwlr o|.tlclan 

Whlttington Richard lino opr Cow 
I.eader 

WHITTOME J K Sc CO LTD. Heal 
Estate, Insurance, Financial Agents 
and Notaries Public. 

Whittome Kubt Win elk J II Whit- 
tome & Co 

Wilkinson Eliz matron K D Hosp 

Wilkinson Sydney farming 

Willett Wilfred A notary with Lea- 
ther & Hcvan stock breeding 

Williams H A carpenter 

Wilniot F J caretaker PO 

Wilson A R farming 

Wilson Joyce I' T steno Bk of Mont- 
real 

Wilson Rachacl steno Prov Dist Eng 

Wilson R mixed farming 

Windsor John of Quamichan Buffet 

Wood J M auto garage 

Woodward Veluia steno Duncan Gar- 
ago 

Wright A V mixed farming 

Wright W R C mixed farming 

Young ^V I, r. mgr Cowichan Mer- 



Cleland John B 

Davis J florist 

Drummond Geo tmekpr Wallace Ship- 
yards 

Drummond J M 

Dundarave Market 

Dnndarave Eeal Estate Specialists, 
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Seymour, Vancouver. 

Ferguson V grocer 

Garvin Miss B summer residence 

Garvin Mary summer residence 

Goldsmid G meat market 

Gourlay Geo real est 

Gourlay Walter 



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Johnston O M 
: Kantz F supt Nasmyth Lumber Co 

Korner Theodore 
! Lindop F W 
I McMillan E 
. .Millard Wm 
I Morgan D 
i Nasm>-th J H mgr Xasmyth Lbr Co 

Xasmyth Lumber Co Ltd J H Xa- 
smyth mgr mfrs lumber and shin- 
gles 

Xelson Chas 

Parker E W 

Rogers W J chicken ranch 

Ross ,^i Black auto delivery 

Stlui".d Herbert accountant 

St. .. i,<.,n Ella property owner 



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C.P.R. telegraph and P.O. 
Becciue John farming 
Boorman A farming 
Buss B farming 
Complin Mr farming 
Crump S farming 
Harper .Mr farming 
I Hayward G farming 
Kennedy X A farming 
Shaw I) farming 
Smith Wm farming 

; DUNSTER 

t a P.O. and farming settlement on G. 

IT. P. Ry.. L'O miles ea.st of .NrcBrlde. 

] In Fort George Prov. Eleo Dist. Has 
public school and Govt ferry. Popu- 
lation. 2nn. Local resoures arc farm- 

, ing and In winter the getting out of 
cidar posts for prairie use and rail- 
way ties. 
.MU-ler Lea 



west, and by ferry from V.iucuuv. r 
to Amblesi.le. thence by auto. The 
permanont population Is about 3i<rt. 
while in summer it is increased to 
l.OOii by summer campers. 
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Channel Leslie farmI 
Channel Ray farmint; 
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Holmes Albt V,' farming 
Holmes Ole lumberinp 
Holt Ole post an<l tie mkr 
Lee Thomas E mixed farming 
Londigan Diclc farmine 
.McPhee Dopald A farming and JP 
JIacdonald Alex K luml>fcring 
Nelson Cliarlcs post and tie contr 
Xelson TIios railway engineer 
Orman Geo farming and sec school 
I'ellehuer G farming 
Wallace H J farming 
Wilkinson Kobeit mixed farming 
Wilson Robert farming , 

Wilson Walter farming 
DtTRIEU I 

a P.O. and mixed farming settlement 
in Dewdney Prov. Kler. Dist.. reached 
by stage from IKwdney. the nearest 
point on the C.P.K.. distant G miles 
.<outh. Nearest telegraph C.P.U. of- 
fice at Mission City, distant 7 miles 
southwest. Has R.C. church, two 
sawmills, shingle mill and school. 
Allan Jas N mixed farming 1 

Ander.son A logging , 

P.aynes P of Knapii * li.nynes 
Beck Clement .mixed farming 

Ileek Oliver mixe.l farming 

llergevln Oliver mixed farming 

Kl.uk & Whitlaker dairying 

r...u. I.i^r David emp sawmill 

i^>u. Iiier Moses sawmill farming 

lirackenridce Robert farming 
' Kri.~son J li dairy and farm 
I Cameron A truck driver 
1 Carbonncau Jas I eng shingle mill 

Carrat Lewis farming poultry 

Dory Harry shingle mill 

Hudon D farming 

Hudon Reels farming 

Knapp J r of Knapp & IJaynes 

Knapp & II.Tvncs (J P Knapp and P 
Uaynes) sawmill 

Kyelmo Martin logging 

Lagace Pierre farming 

Legorc Jos E farming 

Marchcnes Jean larmlng 

Mayronl Alex fruit farming 

Mlasson Magnus farming 

Mlasson M.Alcolni farming 

Pigeon Piter mix. d lannii.g 

Prltchard John mixed farming 

Reynolds J farming 

Robinson T truck driver 

Uoucher David f.Trmlng 

Rourher Molse f.irmlng 

Kmil.rui V farming 

S. liniitt Eugene mixed farming 

.-. -miitt Jos mixed farming 

.-^ii.iri.,. Stanley farming 

.^..nx Jnaim R f nilt-grow Ing 

Tii.'nins Wm laborer 

Warner T logging 

DUKKINS 

a Pom. Govt. L.D. telephone ofnre. 7 

miles from Nnpusp, the business 

Dolnt. and .-. miles from West De 

Mars, the P.O. 

Durklns P farming agt Dom Govt 



DUKRANCE 

a station oi\ the P. C. Elec. Rv.. S.ia- 
nieh Division, near Hrentwood. IHU 
miles north of Victoria. In .<.ianieh 
Prov. Elec. Dist. R.M.U. from Koyal 



I a passing track on C.P.R. Cro 
Nest line. 6 miles east gf Cranbr< 
Section crew only. 



EAGLE BAY 

a P.O. and settlement H miles east of 

Notch Hill, on southeast side of 

Shuswap Lake, in Kamloops Prov. 

Elec. Dist, reached by steamer from 

Notch Hill, the nearest railway C.P.R. 

point in summer, and by sledge in 

winter. Steamer from Sicamous to 

Chase leaves Sicamous Thursday, re- 
[ turning Friday. Mail Iw ice weekly 
! per motor launch. Seambont servici- 

weekly. Resources: farming ami 

fruit-growing. 

Anderson L farming 

Uerdereth H farming 

Campbell Peter mixe<l farming 

Colter R farming 

Culen !•' farming 

Diebold John farming 
I Eagle Bay Farmers' Inst P D Stoops 
I sec 

Eals M farming 

Goodwin W J farming 

Herman Henry farming 
' Jackson E farming 

Keighley H farming 

Leslie John A mixed farming 

Loyst W farming 

McHall M mixed farming 

Mackenzie A mixed farming 

Mackenzie S farming 

.Mould Geo mixed fnrmlne 

.Muecrldge Geo farming 

Muldrew Wm H farming PM and JP 

Reld Harry farming 

Sault R farming 

Smith D farming 

Smith Jas farming 

Smith J farming 

Smith T, farming 

Stoops I'hillp D farming 

Sugilen Thos mixed, farming 

Thomson T farming 

Turnbull W farming 

Whitehead John farming 



EAGLE CLirr 



506-507 

C.rl.r -Cotlco BIdg. 

198 il.sling,. W. 

VANCOUVER 



a summer resort on east side of 
Rowen Island. In North Vancouver 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. reached by Ter- 
minal Nav. d.-s bouts from Van- 
couver. Nearest telegraph and P.O. 
at Snug Cove. No population, sum- 
mer residents only. 



EAGLE HARBOUR 

a cannery on Eagle Harbor. Howe 
I Sound. North Vancouver Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. reach. d hv P.G.E. Ry. North 
I Vancouver, the I'.O.. Is 10 miles west. 
1 Has Govt. Telegr.Tph olllce. Popula- 
tion. 10 In wlnti'r. 7j In summer, most- 
ly connected with the cannery. 
Eagle Harbor Packing Co Ltd llsh 

parkers 
Johnson Robert llshcrman 
Jliok.i Y lisherm.in 
Trotter L J 



EARLS ROAD 

a sub-post oilice and suburban resi- 
d.iitlal district In South Vancouver 
Prov. ICIec. Dist. bitweon Vancouver 
.ind New Wi stniiii.ster. rrached by 
ll.C. IClectrIc Kv. and Klngsway nuto 
loa.l. Kci- directory listings under 
Vancouver. 



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EAST KELOWNA 



EAST AEEOW PAEK 

a P.O. on the 

Klec 



Wallace David T asst storekeere 
■■^^„- T ..t»= -n ™ii«o : Williams Lome capt fishine boat 
„..hcad >^n^sfocan Pr'otv "•"-" -"^■-">"" ^^t .Ishing boat 
Dlst.. reached by C.P.R. lake I 
from Arrowhead and West 

a P.O. in Burnaby Municipality. Prov. 
Elec. Dist. of South Vancouver, reach- 
ed by U. C. Electric Ry.. and auto 
roads from Vancouver. Has telephone 
See also names under Burn- 



Hob.son Has Dom. Govt, lone dis- 
tance telephone ofTice and school. 
Population, ii. L,ocal resources: Log 
glng,fruit-ranchin<r and mixe " 
ing. (See also Arrow Park.) 



farm- 



EAST BXJENABY 



I office. 



Adhead Crls fruit and farming 
Arrow Park AVonien's Inst Mrs Chas 

Campbell sec 
Ashworth Reginald W schoolmaster 

and bee-keepinp 
Ball Cecil S fruit-growing and sec 

school board 
Campbell Chas painter and ranching 
Campbell Chas painter and fruit 
Dick Daniel bricklaying and fruit 
Fesser Jacob fruit-growing farming 

and carpenter 
resscr John fruit-growing farming 

and general store 
Getty Saml coppersmith and fruit 
Graham Wm farming 
Hall John mixed farming sec-trcas 

Farmers' Institute 
June Robt L. mixed farming 
Keffer Mrs Alfred B mixed farming 
Kcffer Roy ranching 
Kerr John farming 
Mclllralth Andrew mining and fruit 
Marshall Wm poultry and farming 
Miller Henry frult-farmlng 
Mole Wm H mixed farming 
Pugh Ed fruit and mixed farming 
Havener Arthur poultry and farming 
Redlands Trading Assn Ltd (Co-op.) 

gen store 
Roarh Joe ranching 
Bobbins John logi;. r and farming 
Rog.rs Wni f.nrnilnK 

EAST BELLA BELLA 
(Sec also Bella Bella), a post oillce 
and cannery village, on Gunboat 
Pass. I'rlncc Rupert Prov. Elec. Di.st.. 
reached by Union and C.P.R. steamer'" 
between Vancvuver and Princo Ru- 
pert. Nearest telegraph ollico Is at 
Ocean Falls, 30 miles distant. Popu- 
lation, 300, Including Indians. Local 
resources: Canning and logging. 
Allison James ranching 
Campbell John P asst bookkeeper 
Carpenter O llchtkeeper Dryad Point 
Codvllle James llghtkeepcr Pointer 

Island 
Curtis Wm nctninn 
Davis Charles logger 
East Bella Bella Cannery Go.«se-Mll- 



aby, Burnaby Lake. West Burnaby, 
Edmonds and New Westminster. 
Brookes James Woodworking Co Ltd 

Jas Brookes mgr special mill work 

1259 Sixth St 
Campbell Mrs S postmistress 
Denyer F bee-keeping 
Freedman Wm l)ee-keeping 
Fraser Kenneth bee-keeping 
Harris C niotorman B C E Ry 
Kcegan R W bee-keeping 
Lewis Herbert ranching 
Matheson & Jacobson grocers 
Nutt Edward meats 
Ottoe A It bee-keeping 
Smith Geo emp Brookes W Co Ltd 
Smith John emp Brookes W Co Ltd 
Swan H W motorman B C B Ry 

EAST CHILLTWACK 

See names under Chllllwack. 
EAST COLLINGWOOD 

Sec CoUingwood East. 

EAST DELTA 

a farming sittlement In Delta Prov. 
Elec. Dlst, 10 miles from New West- 
minster. Has t.lephone olIlcc and 
public school. Address mall: East 
Delta, via Ladner P.O. 
Butler Mrs gen store and farmlne 
Eaton Wm logging 
International Lunilwr Co 

EAST KELOWNA 

a P.O. 3 mil. 



Kelii 



So. 



lard Packing Co Ltd 
R H - 



Dlst. Has local 
teli-phonc. .\nglican services. Farm- 
ing and frull-growlng. Population. 
300. 

Altken L frnlt-growing 
All.in G L fruit-growing 
: .Mliiort A R fruit-growing 
Anilcr.«on J C. 

Armstrong U'-nry fruit-growing 
Atkinson 11 S fruit-growing 
Bewlny W H fruit-growing 
Booth •• 



iners Capt ' Ilowl.y 
non cannrrs I Bright 
nl u. .1 ilsh cold storage ] I| C Gn 

I' engineer Cnn\i.ii d.-. U Irtl 

ir.irhlnlst ' Ci.ll.t I-; 1 nuii-g 
^ 111 .J mgr cannery and i Dundy i) mixed i:ir 

ter I Dart Eric frult-gn 

hv net foreman I Falrwcatlier W f:i 

R cannery employee i Fitzgerald K fruit 

'iTman capt lislilng boat i I'"or.le I'' .V frult-t: 



c E Kelowna sch board 
ult-growlng 
p.u king house 
■ »;■ n store anjl P.M 



.111 Arthur eng and prop mac 


line 


Glllisiilf T L fiuit-srowlng 


lOp 




Glln.oro H F 


.Uliis Thos rapt nshlng boat 




Gllnvr. J V 


• b.'on Utto gasoline engineer 




Glliuuie K .1 


i.'s Ambrose night watchman 




Gr.-uory IMw fruit-growing 


vl" .<i.l logger 




Grlilin M V mis.d f.irmlng 


1 Vii. n Charlie cook 




Groi;ai\ R M fi iiit-:;i ..wing 


lii.lv Gordon S storekeeper 




Hart R .M frult-.rmwing 


iwiilliy Wm carpenter 




Hrw.tson 11 1 fruit-groH ing 


n. Will R bookkeeper and 


nsst 


mil R fruit-growing 


..-minister 




lllii'«,.5 F paint, r .Lcoiator 


IS llnry n> tinan 




JenUiiis Hugh w.il.r ballili: 


•li.ov. r AllHTt carpenter 




Kelowna Growers Ilxcliangc packl 


li.l.in .Mis 1, n...st cook 




house 


th W R nctmnn 




Kelowna Land & Orchard Co 



Cassidy's 

UMITED 

Manufacturers 
Jobbers and 
Retailers of 

Fine China 

Crockery 

Glassware 

Vitrified 
Ho(el Ware 

Cut Glass 

Silverware 

Cutlery 

Brassware 

Tunjlsten 
and Nitrojjen 
Lamps 

Dolls & Toys 

Wear-Ever 
Aluminum 

Columbia 
Grafonolas 
and Records 



929-33 
Granville Street 

Vancouver 



EAST KELOWANA 



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Hotel 

Westholme 
VICTORIA 



The 

Up-Town 

Businessman's 

Hotel 



Hotel 

Westholme 

VICTORIA 



Lindsay G fruit-erowing- 
Lloyd H B farming 
McFarlane D nigr S & P Ltd 
Marshall IValtcr fruit-growing 
Miller Alfred fruit-Rrowinir 
I Moodie W H fruit-prowing 
I Xalder R fruit-prrowinp 
I Newbould Arthur fruit-growing 
'■ Occidental Fruit Co Ltd packing hse 
1 Patterson I fruit-growing 
Perry R H fruit-growing 
Poolcy Mrs R fruit-growing 
Powell B B fruit-growing 
Priestly I D fruit-growing 
Reekie I E fruit-growing 
Reid C R fruit-growing 
Rose H S fruit-growing 
Rowlev Robt D fruit-growing 
O V M fruit-growing 



Ro 

I Ho 



n R 
A fruit-grr 



i-ing 



lirn Ltd D McFarlane 



to Victoria. Local resources 

growing, farming, mining and 

Brown P J farming 

Burnett G farming 

Burnett W farming 

Butcher A sheep-raising 

Caffery F farming 

Caffcry J farming 

Cafferv Mrs M A farming 

Caffery W 

Cartwright %Vm farming 

Francis H A farming 

Gillespie Alex land surv farn 

Hewitt H 

Maycock John farming 

Oldershaw T C poultryman 

Read R A 

Share G G farming 

Stuhr Peter H keeper Sooko : 

Walker Rev clerk in lioli 

farming 
Wicker A farming 

EAST WELLINGTON 



B.C. 

Tailoring 
Co. 

EST.\BL1SHED 1910 

LADIES' 

and 

MEN'S 

TAILORS 

Importers 
of Fine 
Woolens 

128 

Hastings StrcelE. 

VANCOUVER 



EAST LILLOOET 

on P.G.F. Ry.. 2 m 
looct. the r. O. 
names. 



EAST ROAD 



a nag station on the C.X.R. Patric 
Bay line, 13 U mllos north of Vi 
torla, In Saanich Prov. Llec. Dis 
and IVj miles I rom Patriiui T.ay. : 
agent; charges must be prepaid. 



a P. O. 



ttlc 



rest 



EAST ROBSON 

a steamer landing on the Arrow 
Lakes, 30 miles from Nelson, reach- 
ed by C. P. R. Columbia River steam- 
ers. ILas B. C. telephone. Resources: 
Fruit-growing and poultry ranching. 
Robson Fanners' Inst farm products 

etc 
Wlckham W T gen store ______ 

JEAST SOOKE 

i a P. O. In the Sooke Dlst.. on south 
side of Sooko Harbor. 30 mllos south- 
west of Victoria. In Esquimau Prov. 
Elcc. Dlst.. reached by good auto 
roads. Milii.s Landing Is the nearest 
I telegraph ollK-o. 1 mile distant. Has 
I Dom. Govt, long distance telephone 
1 and bi-weekly mall and motor stage 

I . 



Islan 

Newcastle I'rov. 

by stage from No 

point on the E. & N. Ry.. 3 miles. ..i 

Nanaimo. distant 4 miles. Metha.li.s 

church. Population. L'l'O. Local Ro 

sources: Farming, brick and tile-mak 

Ing and lumbering. 

Ah Tom mill foreman 

Ballance Clarence logging 
I Ballance Clement logging 
I Ballance Jos mining 
I Barr Alex engineering 
I Barry John lumber foreman 

Brown Mrs T L farming 

Buzzard S V tallyman 

Carbett Geo logging 

Cartwright Jas mining 

Clark James mining 
j Clark Joseph mining 

Cook W H poultry farming 

Godfrey John H planer 

Gribblo John retired farmer 
: I^aughan Wm T gon store and PM 
. Hosko Chas farming 

Johnson John building contractor 

Kidd John mining 

KIdd Wm mining 

Knox David bl;>cksmlth 
' Lowe Albert englnei ring 
, McGargle f!eo farming 
'McCargle Wm farming 

McMillan J .V mall curler sec Moun 
tain school board 
I :^rartin Wm teamster 

Mereilith Richard mining 

Miller John /. sawyer 

Morrison E G logging supt " 



Plant: Eburne, Phone 13 



Vancouver Rolling Fv^iils Co. 

Limited 

Wm. Perrins, President and General Manager 

Plant at Eburne, B.C. 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



New Ladysmith Lumber Co LI 
Pettman Herbt E farming 
Pilgrim Thos mixed farming 
Robinson Geo farming 
Robinfon James enKincer 
Robson Walter engineering 
Roper Wm farming 
Sunbury Selah mill foreman 
Swanson Jas A sculptor and 
A\'atson Albert carpenter 



a station on the E. C. Elec. 

miles from Victoria, and 

Marigold. Colquitz is the 

P. O. 

Boyles Thos rattle dealer 

Drysdale J. ranching 

Glover John ranching 

i'ollock J 

Samms Itobt shipwright 



Eb 



urne 



a P. O. and town on the Fraser River. 
opposite Marpole, in the Richmond 
Prov. Klec. Dist.. reached by U. C. 
Elec. Ry.. Lulu Island line, 6 miles 
south of Vancouver. Has public 
school. Local resources: Saw and 
flour-milling, lishing and f.arming 
Abercrombie John farming 
Abercromblt Wm farming 
Ablitt Geo W farming 
Ackroyd Edwin W electrician 
Acme Cannery risli canners 
Aman Geo H R bookke.-p.r 
Anderson Geo H bricklayer 
r.aker Thos J laiming 
I!all Robt farniing 
r.assett Wm A slUi.wright 
Hath J )l mixr.l l:irmlng 
lU-echnian Wm F. farming 
i;fcvilr.ckwa> i::uii.;st watchman 
liiid J fariuini; 
Boyle U C ihvsician 
Erennan Joii.Tihan S farming 
Bridgeport <irocrry 
Brigliouse Mi<ha. 1 W farming 
British Colunil)ia liox Co Ltd J Dor- 

an mgr mfr.t rough lumber 
Brown Henry G shii)per 
Brown H 1 farming 
Brown John farming 
Buckingham J E dairy farming 
Buckingham W H mixed farming 
Carlisle J farming 
Caswell John 
Cathro Basil A tailor 
Challoner E U school Janitor 
Chandler — farming 
Chatterton En-d plasterer 
Chlsholm AVallac. P carprntor 
Colbuine W acct evaporating wk» 
Cooney Ernest u I. farming 
Cooper Wm H arcnuntont 
Cote Paul cannery mgr 
Cranswick P poultrv-iaising 
Crawford John A f.umlng 
Crawford Wm dairyman 
Cross Chas W poultry and boes 
Cuckow W poultry-breeding 
navls Jacob P onip waterworks 



c J;is I 
.■o I'^rn 
• k .Mil 



•r Jas E engineer 
kn r, 1, supl StolU 
Andrew M Bcn store 



Forbes Richard S farming 
Foster Thos C nurseryman 
Fraser -M bee-keeper 
Fraser River Cannery 
Krazer C I> inspector 
Frost <;eo H car repairer 
Gain S poultry-breeding 
Garrison Chas farming 
Gavin T farming 
Gcall E W farming 
Gilles Jas E engineer 
Ullmori- Siirnl J farming 
Uilson G dairy farming 
Gordiirg Th^s canneryman 
Gordon Kobt carpenter 
Gordon Waller carpenter 
Gough I> A fai-miiig 
Graham Jas farming 
Grauer G A mixed farming 
lirauer li M gen store and meat 
Hagger Ed J farming 
Hall Frederick A 
Hall J A poultr.v -breeding 
Ham E W dairy farming 
Harrison H H mixed farming 



E.lga 



.lohn H 



Hayward Wm M bookkeeper 
Hemphill Jos M farming 
Hlnchcllffc Chas E decorator 
Hinchcliffe Saml paperhanger 
Hine Chas gardener 
Hird Jas sectionman 
Hoey John r. farming 
Hocy Jos retir. .1 
Holmes AlNrt foreman 
Holmwood Ed G 
Hooper Gilbert farming 
Horno J farming 
Hosking Jas L farming 
Hunter Wm S engineer 
ICunttlng-MerrItt Lumber Co Ltd 
Hurst A farming 
InplcJew F I H farming 
Ingram Leo A electrician 
Jenne Mrs bee-keeping 
Jones Henj life Ins agent 
Jones Chas for.'man waterworks 
Jones G bve-kceping 



; head ofllce 


K,i' . -11 ! 


■ ■ I'lng 






U. ii ■ . 


i ,mle sawyer 


X Co I,t.l 
Ltd 




K. i;, ' . ;. 
ic.-i. 1 • ; 1 


i-Vs ranching 






Isilkhri.l" <'las 


.V canneryman 


ricl.an 
Ltd W 




KIrkbri.le Wm 


blacksmith 


T 


Krrkbride Wm 


I, blacksmith 


ar-.d feed 




Knapp J T r-ot 


red 


1 l".M Co 




Lalrig Thos hn 


s.s cattle swlno 


:\I Co 




Le Noble farm 


ng 


' M Ta\ 


lor 


!.• wis Clias W 


carpenter 


foui\dry 


and 


Lewis Mark fa 


•ming 



Dr. 
T. 

Glendon 

M 
O 
O 
D 
Y 

"The 

Gentle 

Dentist" 



McDonald Duncan C. farming 



Offices: 

DAWSON 

BLOCK 

(Corner Main and 
I Hastings) 

I Vancouver 



'If it hurts 

don't pay 

me." 



I 



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GORDON 
GARAGE 



AUTO GARAGE 
REPAIRS 



DISTILLATE 

STATION 



AUTO DEALERS 



Sole Itlind Agents 

ALLISON 

DISTILLATE 

BURNER 



921 GORDON ST. 

VICTORIA 

Almonds' 
ICE 

CREAM 

Most Popular in 
British Columbia 

Makers of 

Ice Cream 
CONES 



McDonald Edward J farming^ 

McDonald H dairy farming 

McDonald II H farminR and PM 

McDonald John farminc 

McDonald Kobt farming 

McGinnis J W stationery etc 

McUreeor Donald fishinr 

McGregor John K farming 

McKay Danl farming 

McKay Donald K farming 

McKee Thos D traveller 

McKnight W C mixed farming 

McLean C A farming 

McLean J B mixed farming 

McKostie A carpenter 

Macey \Vm farming 

Machin LAS cond BCER 

Magar F W dairy farming 

Masters L V farming 

May E ranching- 

May W K cattle-breeding 

Mellls Wm K transfer 

Mellon Wallace prosp.ctor 

Miller J \V E mixed farming 

Miller Malcolm bees farming 

Mlinc John G stonemason 

Mitchell O A farming 

Mitchell HcrUrt farming 

Mitchell S dairy farming 
, Morphett Kd emp ICburnc Steel Co 
I Morrow John farming 
' Mulr John retired 
' Murphy Pearce farming 

Murphy S mixed farming 
I Nixon Rev J J 

Norman O farming 
I Osborn Erank carpenter 
, Palmer Edwin O carpenter 

Palmer Wm D car).rnter 

Parsons Joshua carp.nter 

Pearson Alfred farming 
I Pearson Jas farming 
' Perclval Walter bookkeeper 

Perrin Wm pres Vancouver Rolling 
Mills Co Ltd 
j Peters Arthur farming 
I Peters Daniel farming 
' Peters Ernest farming 

Peters Harrv farming 

Ptlsler Paul C mixed farming 

Phelan Chas T farming 

Porter Geo J market gardening 

Preece Edgar carpenter 

Price W D millwright 

Probst Jos miller E M Co 

Pugh farming 

Kathburn Co W carpenter 

Held Norman N b, e-keeplng 

Richmond Earmers' Inst J W McGin- 
nis sec 

Robinson Edgar 1' farming 

Roc & Ab.-rnathv Ltd lumber mfrs 
I Rooko Cha.s M larminc 
, Uori.-f.n Basil J farmiiiir 
, Rorison Win P firniinc 

Savage John Inrniing 
! P.hmaltz Car 
1 Scowcroft P 1 

Scowcrort W 

Scratrhley \\ 

Seaman Leo 



Stirtan Geo 

Stirtan J W retired 

Stoltz Mfg Co G L Fessenden supt 

shingle mfrs 
Tail Bros mixed farming 
Tait Jas A farming 
Tail Robt E farming 
Tait R J mixed farming 
Tait Wm T farming 
Tapp AV H dairy farming 
Taylor Spencer contractor 
Tavlor T M sec-treas Eburne Steel 

Co Ltd 
Taylor Wm farming 
Terra Nova Cannery fish canners 
Thomas B mixed farming 
Thomas Ed bridge-lender 
Thomas Morgan farming 
Thompson Jas farming 
Tilton Jas farming 
Tilton John mixed farming and reeve 

Richmond district 
Tomsctt Eredk mkt gardener 
Trites H farmer 
Trites James W farminp 
Tuck Frank H bridge-tender 
Edy Wallace V farming 
rdy Wm S farming 
Urouhart A farmini^ 

TANCOUTXR soi.i>nra mii>IiS co 

LTO, Wm Perrins Mfr. (See Adv.) 
Vancouver Cannery lish canners 
Voyce J O farming 
Wade T mixed farming 
Wadelln Samuel H B signwrlter 
Walton J municipal road foreman 
Watkins Benj F farming 
Watson Geo farm mgr 
Webster D M mixed farming 
Wcstenhaver C C farming 
White J W 

White W blacksmithing 
Whit.htad J H farming 
Mhitlaker W farming 
Whorley Allen farming 
Wiley John farming 
Wilkinson Wm A farming 
Williamson James farming 
Will son G S trav agt 
Wilson 1> M poultry-breeding 
Wilson F T poultry -breeding 
Wilson Herbt bee-keeping 
Wltham Shadrlck U poultry-raising 
Woodhcad Alfred farming 
Work W farming 
Wright Herbert 
Wright J II fainiing 
Yates Chris rancher 
Young Albert farming 
Zellewegor Pfund farming 

ECHO LAKE 



tired 



Fountain, Bak. 
and 
Dairy Suppli 



ALF.IONDS 

LTD. 

400 Pender St. E. 
VANCOUVER 



Scrvlo 



An.l 



rmliu 
G fa 



ling 



Sexsmllh J W 

Shand W mcr ElMirtie Sle. I Co Ltd 

Shaw Jas F farming 

Shi'pherd S clerk anil treas Rlchnion 

district 
.«5|illlaherr John farming 
,'!l>lllabeer Thomas C retired 
Sidawny Thos farming 
Slmms John laborer 
Simpson llolit J farming 
Simpson Walter R baker 
ling 



iniltli M.' 
ii.illh T 1 



\ G cardcnor 
i: llorlFt 
1 mad foreman 



AtUn Prov. EIcc. 
inth of Telegraph 
st of Ilazelton. the 
nts operator and 



a repair stati 
Telegraph lin< 
Dlst.. UTi mil. 
Creek, and nor 
P.O. l^nly r 
lineman. 



ECOOLE 

a P. O. and llshlng vlllnge on west 
coast of Vancouver Island. In Al- 
bernl Prov. lOlec. Dist.. reached by 
C. P. R. west coast steamers from 
Victoria, anil West Coast Transpor- 
tation Co.'s steamers. I'opulatlon. 20. 
Bastemerhea G emp P.M & Co 
r.ntterlleld Mackle .«i C.. Lt.l H J But- 

terliel.l gen mgr llsh curcrs and 

gen store 
Craig Wm imp BJf * Co . 
Desplane Jos emp BM * Co 
Gonzales A emp BM * C.i 
Johnston J.is i: postmaster 
T.itham II 1" s.e school board 
Mi.chabe C .nip BM .M- Co 
Saiicys F emp BM & Co 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



EDDY 

a flag station on G. T. P. Ry., 7 miles 
east of SIcBride, in Fort George Prov. 
Elec. Dist. No residents except sec- 
tion crew. 



EDELWEISS 

a miniature S«i 



illage. and he 



EDGEWATEK 

a P. O. and village in Columbia Val- 
ley in Columbia Prov. Elec. Dist.. on 
the Kootenay Centrnl bramh of the 
C.P.R., 20 miles from Atlirilmt-r. thu 
nearest telegraph point of C.P.R. Has 
local and Dom. Govt, lonpr distance 
telephones. Population. 30. Local 
resources: Farming and stook-rals- 
Ing. 

Boutllier Neil farmincr 
Columbia Valley Orchards Ltd D C 

Gemmell agt for recivei- 
Franson Eric section foreman 
Gemmell D C agt for receiver Col- 
umbia Valley Orchanis Ltd and PM 
Gilbert J G logging 
Lansburg Geo farming 
Lan.sburg Percy farming 
Larmour David r:'.rniing and stock 
Mann John farming' 
Roberts Clias logging 
Smith B F forming 
Thompson W H mixed farming 
Wallls Edwin farming 
Webster Alex farming 

BDGEWOOD 



Kelso John E H phys Prov Med ofTi- 
1 cer 

Langille Joshua farming 

Littliwood Henry L carp poultry 

Loaghery Wm farming dairying 
[ McCulloch Duncan A farming 
] Middlemas D M farming 
I Mills Mary school teacher 

Murton Henry fruit-growing 

Old Harry farming 
, O'Reilly J mining 
i Philip Miss teacher 
I Robinson J farming cattle 
I Rollins Claude boat building 
I Ross J (Jovt lineman 

Saver T W mixed farming 

Sf.il.i Adam farming 

Svlsby J farming 
I Thompson John blacksmithing 

Varley Rev A Ang clergyman 

Warn.-r Mrs E boarding liou.^e 

Watson Wm lumberman 

Williams J mixed farming 

Williams Wm farming 
I Worley G farming 
I Yeld Reginald A physician 

! EDMONDS 

I a P. O. in So. Vancouver Prov. Elec. 

I Dist.. reached by auto roads and )5.C. 
Elec. Ry.. 10 miles from Vancouver. 

land I'A miles from New Westmin- 
ster. Anglican, Paptist and Presby- 
terian churchex. Has local telephom- 
Population. 700. Poultry-raising an<l 
small fruits. 

Ayling H J poultry farming 
Banks W car rei.r PCE Ry 
r.olton R treas Hurnaby Corpn 
Brelmer Wm barber 



a P. O. and steamer landing on west 
side of Arrow Lake, at entrance to 
Fire Valley, in Plocan Prov. IClcc 
Dist.. reached by C.P.R. lake steam- 
ers between Arrowhead and West 
Robson. being 43 miles north of West 
Robson. Has local and Dom. Govt, 
long distance telephone. Anglican 
church and public school. Popula- 
tion of district. 150. Local resources: 
Agriculture, timber and mining. 
Bangs Ernest farming and JP 
Ranting Wm Jas gen store 
Cnlcutt Harold farming 
Calder Wm A farming mining 
Calder Robt farming 
Church Basil farming 
Clay Edwin farming 
Clay J II poultry-raising 
Coates Kenneth fur <lcaler 
Coates J Percy Uimbermnn 
Colegrave W Rfilph farming 
Cortl.na i; C iiiine owner 



ctii. 



I'.rown W B mgr Model Grocery 

Browne K A ncct)untant 

Clark Wm snllcitor 

Custance J H M eng BCE Ry 

Davles F bee-keeping 

Davles & Son nursery and florists 

Daw.xon E E poullry-breidlng 

Dingle Walter bee-keeping | 

DInsmore C O mgr lOdmonds Drug Co | 

Disney H contractor i 

Douglas Rev R J pastor Presbyter- I 

Ian church 
Edmonds Drug Co Ltd C O DInsmore 

mpr I 

Edmonds Garage C E Porter prop ' 

j Edmonds Woodyard F L Robblns 1 

I prop 

I Edwards Rev R G pastor Baptist Ch I 
Emery W S contractor ' 

Gordim C R (inanrlal broker I 

Graham John account 
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rniing fruit 


Ferguson Chns far 




Fire 


Valle 


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TIop 


H farming 




Hop 


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11 larmi 




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W mixed farming 

Hinvells H C electrician 

Hughes I" mgr Northern Transfer Co 

iarUsiwi J J dog fancier 

Jacobs,. n G H 

Johnson J A bee-keeping 

Laurie John supt Met Ins Co 

Ncwls W H bee-kepplng 

Love E poultry-breeillng 

.MeOurragh Wm bee-keeping 

.McDonald DanI mgr Mayflower Gro- 
cery 

Martin II F contractor 

Mnshlnteo T mlllhand 

Matheson * Jacobson props Model 
Grocery 

Mayflower Grocery Dan McDonald 
mgr 

Milne J E municipal engineer 

Model Grocery Matheson & Jacobson 
props 

Mooro Arthur G sec-trens Burnaby 
district 

Morrison N prin Edmonds school 



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North 

American 

Lifs 

Assurance 
Co. 

Head Office : 
Toronto, Ontario 

E.W.Keenleyside 

Provincial 
Manager 

Suite 31V-32 1 

470 

Granville 

Stre€t 

Vancouver 
B.C. 

Phone 
Sey. 225 









Lin!(lat3r 



HIGH-CLASS 

TAILORS 



Importers of 
FINE WOOLENS 



Sptcial AtteolioD 
To Mail Orders 



1120 
BROAD STREET 

VICTORIA 



Drugless 
Healing 



1 N'oone G H cattle-breeding 

; Xoithern Tian.-fer Co F HuKhes mgr 

Paterson J T niotorman BCB Ry 

Pattei son D C bee-keeping 
- Philj.s W p assessor 
I Pine Kev J S Baptist minister 
I Porter C E prop Edmonds Garage 
I Bobbins F L prop Edmonds Wood 

Yard 
I Rummell C mgr BCB Ry 

Sanderson Thos reeve Eurnabv dist 
I Seymour & Heady poultry farming 



J pastor Anglican 



; Stride E bee-keeping 

Stride E H nurseryman 

Underbill Re 
chuich 
' "Waite E car repairer 
■ Wakeham Wm bee-keeping 

Ward J J -sign painter 
I Warne E J bcc-kecping 

Watson G deB pliys and health officer 

Watson Gertru<le M steno 

Wilson J R goat expert 
! Teadon T M shoemaker 

EGMONT 

a P. O. and steamer landing on 

Sechelt Inlet, in No. Vancouver Prov. 

Elec. Dist.. reached by Vnion .SS. Co.'s 

steamers from Vancouver, distant 60 

miles. Local resources: IjOgging. fish- 

Ingr and mining. 

Ellingson S logger 

Emerson ^V logger 

KrIckKon P logger 

Gill C fisherman 

•^Jrelg W farming lishing 

ir.nnson Unns logger 



If logging 
re-emptor llshi 



WEIGLEV'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Balfour A 11 mining engineer 

i;olcIuc Philip mixed farming 

B C Mine Can Copper Corp oprs sil 
I ver copper 

Buron Jos mining 

Cairns Jas dairying and ranching 
! Christenson A engineer 

Dow il foreman CPR 

Fretz Samuel cattle dairying 
! Henderson J C mining 
I Henderson T hay and cattle 
I Huphy W A agent CPR 
I McElman D R watchmaking 
j McMaster J A hotel 

Miller T P carpenter 

Jloore Enoch ranching 
i Oxley Dave ranching 
I Putzel L drayman 
I Roberts T H mining 
I Robinson Xcil mgr Union Hotel 

Shawark B foreman CPR 

St Claire J C mining 
I Union Hotel Neil Robinson mgr 



Hog, r.s J 
Schroeder 



and logging 




We Kave Every 
System. Method or 
Appliance — Elec- 
trical and Other- 
wise — used by any- 
one Anyv/here. for 
the Cure or Pre- 
vention of Disease. 

DOWNIE 

Sanitarium, Ltd. 
ir.oi 

SlinJ.rd B.uk Bldg. 

VANCOUVER 



Sllvey Joseph lisheiman 
Smith Gilbert logger pre-emptor 
Steele Angus logger and pre-emptor 
Summer IM logger and pre-emptor 
Sutheilan.l S D gen store 
|\:nji,-lin r,. I, i.re-.niptor fisherman 

1 Wo^.t A K lM.>;ing 

Wray H,,i..|,l i,.<lierni.in 



: on the Telegrai>h trail. In the 
.■^tlUlnc Dist.. 10 miles north- 
01' T.;legraph Creek. 



EHATESET 



llace on west coast of 
Bland. In Albcrni Prov. 
'inched by C.P.R. west 
rs No white residents. 



EHOLT 

.1 r. o. 



s C.P.R. T>1.. 
nd iMiblic sell 
l.nral resnur* 



s: Minint 
lislng. 
;hool bd 



EIGHTH CABIN 

a repair station in Dom. Govt. Tele- 
graph line. 175 miles north of Hazel- 
ton, in Atlin Prov. Elec. Dist. C'nly 
residents are telegraph operator and 



EIGHTY-THREE MILE HOUSE 
a road-house on Cariboo Road. 70 
miles north of Ashcroft. in Lillooet 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. reached by stage 
from Ashcroft. 70 miles, on P. G. G. 
Ry.. is nearest railway point. Has 
local telephone. Population, 5. Stock- 
raising. Address mall via Clinton 
P. O. 

DuBois John F cattle-raiser 
Pierson Wni ranch and roadhouso 

ELDRIDGES 

a steamer landing near the south- 
west corner of the north arm of 
Burrard Inlet. 

ELGIN 

a farming settlement in Surrey Jlunl- 
clpality, 12 miles south of New West- 
minster, and 6 north of the U. S. 
boundary. 
' Elliott J farming 

: ELION'S POINT 

a settlement on the north of Gam- 
bler Island, reachcid by Marine Xavi- 
eatlon & Eng. Co.'s boats from Van- 
couver. 
Mulhall J J ranching 

ELK LAKE 

a station on the Victoria & .Sidnev 
Ry.. S miles north of Victoria, and 
3 miles from Keating, the P. O. Vic- 
toria Is the business centre. Local 
i-csouices: Farming. 



ELKMOUTH 

a nag station 



i;ieo. Dis 
dc'nts. I 
nearest I 



nn the C. N. Ry.. 17 
i;iko. on the cast side 
■ Kiver, at the mouth 



lumbering town, 
Oleo. Dist.. on thr 
;. Hys.. l.S miles v 



\V|{|(ir-i:V'« I!. <■. DIKKCTOIfV 



• •onutable. Hun 
llian I'ifMb mill 
Koot'-nay tclpplK 
I,o(;al ..■i^oiir<.M 



•ubilc nchnol, Am: 

II (! <:liiii.li. A ;,i,i: 

If., l>oi.ul;illi.n. IL'.-, 

Timber, iiilnii.K 



Cart. J- All.'ii l.iMrilriir dalrvlnic 
Carl<;r .\lr« A .J liririlMlifil biiriKalr 
Columbia llolil 'IIjok Jjiiiican pio 
Cucac IjOiIk<: I« \V AlDWiy jh'M' 
Cumbciland .Manxlr.riM .M i >. J T 

hunt<r jiiKii I HI II rooiiiM 
n.Kroil.r Jo", .;,ii|.. iiriil faiiriliiK 



Uuji 



liiiK 
ibia M 



.Mowiy I, \V |.M.|> <'ii. a. \.i»\K' 

■Mo'irlfi,!! Will J timber coiilrar 
Naliliail lalitai' inlx<Ml fiirnilriK 
Taiill Will iiilx<!'l farming 
l-|<llll|iH J iiilx<:<l larriilMK 
llnbifitK Tbim iii.-at iiiaik<t 
It'io l'*rfd gtn Hton- J I' »■<; » 



>I J i-rop 
Htarili-y poi 



Toilliunt.' 

.Maiiclo 

Toil liu III < 

VViof l-i; 

Uliklil'i.'ii .mVm W ilri-KMiiia 
WooiIh W llvry tlinlj.r c 
ELK PRAIRIE 
a J'. O. ami vlllaKC In K- 
Klor. I)1»I., a mill-- niirlhw 
tal, tliu ncarvKt |<uliit on tli 



•W.r Anion rniuliliiK 
IJal.llinr I' rariiilntc 
l''lr»« J ilaliylnK 
f;aiiior WaltiT iiiKr Noiil 



cnl rtMOurocH 
licattli; Kobi' 
IJiltzi- Jam. H 
ItioHi'iiaK Kra 



(Jorb.rtt Jo 
lialzl.I Jai 
Diiiiiii' I'm 
i;|.fi I'.roK 



KliiiKwaii aiiil OUa- 
K riom AriTiiilroFiK 
n, the buHlni HK I'l-ii- 



A larmlnif 

laborer 
II larmInK 



i''lMaa.'' 1 
K W far 



.Main n farriiini,' 
.Mi:lll).|l Thoina,. lannlMK 
I-ol>trh"kl laiiiiliin 
I'oil.ouii Al.-xaiiil.i rHndiliiK 
KoKH ValiiitliK! ("ctloii lon.iiiaii 
HIil.IlM JamijH faiinlnK 

ELSONA 

a Mlatloii on lb. D. <". i:'')':''"'; '[""■ 
way Central I'aik lino. Hce llHtlnK" 
tiiiiU-i .s>w WixtmliiHtcr 









Johnstone 

and 

Rowlands 

Wc have tlin 
larjiCKt llKllriK of 
properly in Die 
Interior of B. C. 

Farms 

Cattle Ranches 

Write ua for 
infonnation. 



EMERALD 

a (itntloii or 



tin: C. P. n., C mill 
11,.- I', i).. In Columbl 
iPl .No :iK"iit or ollH' 
i-M railway .iiii.loji-.'i 



EMMA MINE 



jEMORY 



UK * Hni.lllnK Co 



EMPIRE VALLEY 




ENCOMBE 

a Mat; "lall ii llw fi. T. I'. Ily,. 8 

I iiilb'X McKt ..r l''»i'l l''t'aKc-r, the near- 
I .Ht l.lfKianh an.l I', <»„ In I'orl 
i;corK... I'n.v. i:iia'. l>lHt, 
I'ru.lcntl <!io >"clbiii for.inan 

ENDAKO 



"'"""": KAUSTINE 
WATERLESS 
TOILETS 



1. H .aM i.r H...I 

«t ..!■ Koil IT.iH 

Kb'-. I lift, II 



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(or UiKCMrrcJUolc 
ll»ni«— Scli....l>— I 



lari.i. r I* inUfil rnrmlni: , '""< I 

:oi^li..iii Abel xlock-ialclnic "<" •" 

;.. rill. I.I i'oal A CoU- Co Wall.r I '"' •■ 

liarii.r inifr .Ami. 

■lall II H rarmlnir f.r .-.bool b..ar.l ; l!oii\ 
\-r.,\. I Will .laliy riiiiiiInK i-l.-.k anil ' l!i Inl 

I'M !1!itlln 

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; W ilaiiv riii'mlnu 
A r.Miiilnir 
U A I. . CO. not h.- r..i...ia 



' 1 S^nJIuf Clalntut 

'■ WILLAfiWlECo. 

I 11. C. l),.li.lMilor. 

Sl.Dd.rd B.nk Btd|. 

i VANCOUVER 



WRIGLKY'S B. C. PIKECTOKY 



Macdonald 

Marpole 

Co., Ltd. 



o 

A 
L 

1001 MAIN ST. 
VANCOUVER 



Casey James farminpr 

Connelly M M of Kndako Inn and PlI 

Enilnko farmers' Inst Harry Le Duke 



Kndako Ini 
Ferguson \ 
Gayer & Co 



Gayer & Connelly props 
m farming 
inelly gen store props En- 



dako 

Grath Mntthew farming 
Grundy K \V farming sec foreman 
Hamilton T T station agent 
Hedren E blacksmith 
Helseth Ed farming trapper 
Hicks Alf farming trapper 
Kettyle Chas roadmaster's elk farn 

ing 
Leach "\V H farming 



Le Duke Harry Govt tel opr J P s 
Endako Farmers' Inst and daii 
farming 

McDonald Donald farming 

Moriarty James roadmaster GTP 

Olds iirs Zena farming 

Palm E G dairy farming 

Peters E S farming and cattle 

roole Wm hostler GTP 

Roscamp Charles farming 

Sammons F mixed farming 

Segee Geo lineman GTP 

Smith Chas farming 

Sparks Gordon tel opr GTP 

Stearns M H farming 

Summers Geo farming 

Sweetman W Anglican minster 

Thorson A farming 

Watkins E C farming 



Enderby 



(Ey Graham Rosonian, City Clerk) i 

Is an incorporated city on the S. & O. 
branch of the C. P. liy.. 23 miles from 
SIcamous Junction, 2i miles from 
Okanagan Landing. 15 miles by good 
automobile road from main C. P. R. 
lino at Salmon Arm. Altitude 1165 
feet. Incorporated area 655 acres, 
estimated population within corpor- 
ate llmit.s 900: beyond limits. In sur- 
rounding district (estimated), 1,000, 
or. In all, about 1.900. Town Is 
charmingly situated among low, 
green hills, at the head of navigation 
on the beautiful Shuswap I'.lvcr, at 
a spot where several tributary val- 
leys converge, and which seems to 
be marked out by naturo itself for 



a distributing, industrial and social 
centre. The principal industry is 
lumbering. The sawmills have an 
annual capacity of 50 million feet, 
daily loading capacity of 200,000 feet. 
There is a good hotel, excellent stores 
carrying all the usual lines of mer- 
chandise, bank (Montreal), brickyard. 
livery stable, two garage."!, printing 
and newspaper oiUce. cottage hospi- 
tal of nine beds having a Goven-.- 
ment grant of $1 per day ))er patient, 
opera house, modern school hous.^ 
(cost $GO.OOO>. with gra.le.l and hli.-!i 
school departments , and manual 
training, domestic science and agri- 
cultural instructors, four churches, 
masonic :in.l other lodges, two daily 
trains, electric light, local and long- 




King Edv/ard Hotel 

p. H. Murphy, Prop. J. F. Murphy Mgr 
THE HOME OF 

COMMERCIAL MEN 

TOURIST AND 

AUTOIvIOBILE PARTIES 



34 Rooms — Sample Rooms 
American Plan 



ENDERBY, B. C. 



wrigl?:y'.s b. c. dihectoiu' 



distance telephono, municipnl water 
supply. Has C. r. Telegraph ollice. 
Coal of superior quality has been 
found in the vicinity, and is believed 
by experts to exist in considerable 
quantity. Mabel Lake, a larpe body 
of water, lies about 20 miles east 
of the town. This lake affords ex- 
traordinarily good li.^hinB, and its 
beaches form a favorite playground 
for the people of Endcrby, many 
persons going there by motor car for 
week-end trips and camping there 
for longer periods during the sum- 
mer months. The lake discharge.s its 
enormous volume of water thmu^h a 
narrow channel, having a fall of 
about 70 feet. The stream at this 
point is known as "The .-^kookum- 
chuck." and is believed to be capable 
of developing many thousands of 
horse-power if harnessed up for liy- 
dro-electric purposes. District excel- 
lent for mixed farming, amp!.' rain- 
fall, no Irrigation needed. ICnderby 
apples won IJanksian Silver .Medal I 
at Royal Horticultural Show. Lon- 
don, England, year 1910. 

Enderby City OfflcerB 
Mayor — Fred. H. Barnes. 
City Clerk — Graham Hosoman. 
Chief of Police — R. II. B.iiley. 
Iiled. Health OfBcer — Dr. H. W. Keltli. 
Fire Chief — E. B. Dill. 
.\irth .T.n..* I.ib okanngaii S:iw Mills 
Alrth \V opr Okanagan Saw .Mills 
Aldin Hudson E farming 
Aldin H C farming 
Andertion .\ farming and mill lab 
Anderson Wm farming 
Antilla A sertioii foreman 
Ashton Chas farming 
Halley Uobt X city constable 
)3alrd A JI bricklayer and plaster, r 
Uaird J E laborer 
Hank of Montieal J E Lesli- nigr 
Barnes E H bldg contr farming JP 

mayor 
Kaiiiey G L -farming 
liawtree J farming 

Uaxter H P mixed farming s.o Ash- 
ton Cieek school bo.ird 
Hitxter Theo farming 
Heattle A retired farmer 
IJeatlip .Mabel V priii graded school 
Uigge C E poultry farming 
Black A grader dkanagaii .^iaw Mills 
liogert J E farming 
liossley E J pole and joist contr 
noyd James farmlng 
Brash Mrs P retired 
Brown A fanning 
Bryant T .\. real est Ins see Erderbv 

Board of Trade 
Bucknell Ceo farming 
Budil M planer foreman Okanogan 

.Saw Mills 
Burnham J agt CPU and alderman 
Burton E .<! laborer 
Bush U emp tikanagan Saw Jlills 
Butchart H 



GUNN'S Famous 



foreman Okanaga 



J dairy far 



Clark vr 

Saw Mills 
Colquette S D c: 

Saw Mills 
Coltart Richard 

alderman 
Cooke H farming 
Cooke J mixed f; 
Cooke Robt larmi 
Cooke \V H dairj 
Corcistine D farming 
Cowan H farming | 

Dagg J C market gardener i 

Dale A farming 
Dale A. Jr teamster 

Dale Jas teamster | 

Davics F planer man Okanagan Saw 

Mills I 

Davison R dairy farming sec Deep ' 



farming 



I Salted 
I Peanuts 

I "Th^Ve Fresh" 



They have a flav 
all their own 



Pill A M elk E B Dill 

Dill E B gen store 

Dondoncau D farming 

Uoubek J farming 

Uow Rev J A Presbyterian minister 

Dugdale C E laborer 

Duncan IJros (W K & G S) groceries 
clothing men's furnishings hard- i 
ware ] 

Dunn E .V prop Cash Meat Market 

Dunwoodic .M C mixed "farming , 



IJnuei o.\ 1.1 ici. ,^ Tile Co R R Gibbs 
mgr ; 

Endcrby General Hospital Sarah Mc- 
I'hersoii matron 

Enderby Growers' Association C 11 
Reeves mgr hay grain and feed 

Enderby Hardware Co C Opiicrts- 
hauser prop hardware agricultural 
Implements cream .separators 

Enderby Supply Co R E Wheeler mgr 
men's furnishings boots & shoes 

Enderby Theatre A C Skaling sec 

i:nook .1 farming 

Evans G farming 

K\.ins J lab Oknnagan Saw Mills 

Faulkner .\ .\ logging contractor 

Faulkner Phiilis school teacher 

Eentnn R M dnirv farming 

Fergus. .i\ .Miss \--. M .school teacher 



LookjortheSanitar 
Glass Globes 



A. D. Gunn 
&Co. 

129 Cordova, W. 

Vancouver, B.C. 



ESLT 

& CO. 

EXCLUSIVK 

FURRIERS 



Mills 



Okanagan Sasv and Dealers i 



Byr 



H contr an 



mlng 
aitiess King 



Car.-foot .1 II teamster 

Carlson B J blacksmith helper Oka- 

_ n.agnn Saw .Mills 

Carlson F.mma A school te.^cher 

Carson R c t< amster 

Ca.^li Meat Market E A Dunn i>rop 

<-. .leilnnd H lab Okanagan Saw Mills 

Chadwi^k K messenger Bank of Xlont- 



I Fukomoto T mill lab Okanagan Saw 
I MIU.s 

j Fulton Hardware Co Ltd A Fulton 
I mgr hardware plumbing tinsmith 

Funk J A resident 

Funk Leonard billlard.s cigars soft 
I drinks 
I Garden O mixed farming 

i;ardner .Ino farming 
I Garn. r Fred .emp Okanagan Saw 
I Mills 

Garratt P retired farmer 
iGavlord J P. millwright and al.lerman 

Glbh^ B R prop Enderbv I'.i iek X: 
I Tile Co 

iGllliek John farming 
I Glad G logging contract..- 
I Glen A L dairy farming 



Raw Furs 

Furs Kemodelleil 
.md Repaired !ii 
I he Latest Styles 

SCO 

GRANVILLE ST. 
VaiiLOUver 



WRTGLKV'S R. C. DTKECTOKY 



J. McMAHON & SON. 

AUTO GARAGE AND REPAIRS 

OVERLAND DISTRIBUTORS 




SUB AGENTS 

Gray Dort, Chevrolet, & McLaughlin Cars 
Tires, Tubes, Ford Parts, Gas and Oils 



CARS FOR HIRE 



ENDERBY, B. C. 



OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. 

M. A. Marley, Manager 

]\I;iiiufaetinvr.s of 

Rough and Dressed Lumber 

Lath, Shinyies and Ilcwn 'J'ics 
Dealers in Poles and Posts 



ENDERBY 



British Columbia 



IF YOU WOULD GLT IN lOUCH WITH EVER^' TELEPHONE USER 
IN THE OKANAGAN VALLEY 

Use the Pages of the Okanagan Telephone Directory 

Published Every Six Months: 

April to October and October to April 

The Rate is Low and Returns High. For Rates and Particulars address: 

THE WALKER PRESS, Publishers 

ENDERBY. B.C. 



\vj:i<;levs p.. c. dirkctokv 



ENDERBY 



';kn IJa farming 
i:iin J Vr farminpr 
Oolifi.tlv W mill lab Okanagaii Saw 

-Mills 
iloosf^en P mixe'l farming 
Core? F J fanning 
iJosn'-lI W E mixed farming 
iJrah.am Geo driver K B Dill 
Graham J W cmp Olianagan Saw 

.Mills 
Graliam li R niix-d farming 
Grant A farming 
Grant Elmer auto niech J llcMabon 

& Son 
Grant J N builder and contractor 
i;raves C W farming 
Gray E emp Olianagan Paw Hills 
GWVA E A liobf-rtson sec 
Green A tmstr Palace Livery 
Greenward Jos farming 
Gretton Rev J R Anglican clergyman 
Grieve L C bee-koeping 
Griffiths Geo grader ukanagan Saw 

Mills 
Hadow n mixed farming 
Harris H E C farming 
Hartry Samurl !•" retired 



JIcMahon Geo 

ware Co 
McMahoii Jame 

Son 
McMalion John 



E elk Fulton Hard- 
3 of J McMahon & 
D of J McMahon & 



K K j.ostinistr 



Hawfs F H mlvc.l laniiitig 

Hawkins Cliarlos 1)1.1;; ..,.,tr 

Hayhurst A niixo.l farnung 

Hayhursl A K dairy l:irmiiig 

Headman P farming 

Hendrickson U barber 

Hill H farming 

Hong Jon restaurant 

Hop Sing laun.Iiy and store 

Huffman C dairv farming 

Huffman \V farming 

Hutchinson W H blacksmith 

Imanaka K logging contractor 

Inch Sarah boarding house 

Jamieson J McD farming 

Janes J A farming 

Johnson C watchman Okana;;aii Saw 

Mills 
Johnson F A mgr G U Shnrpe 
Johnson G A prov nonstable 
Johnson J F millwright 
Johnson Severin logging contractor 



McMAHON J & SOIT. Auto Oaragre, 
Repairs, Accessories, Tii-es, Gas, 
Oils, Autos for Kli-e, Overland 
Sealers. (See Advt.) 
-Mc.Vair W farming 

McPherson A furniture- undertaking 
wall paper 
, McIMifcrson John retired 
.McPherson Sarali matron Enderbv 

Gen Hospital 
MacKay John teamster and alderman 
-MacKay Leslie auto mech J McMa- 
j hon & Son 

1 .Mainwaring Helen steno Okanagan 
I .Saw Mills 

' .Alallory .Mrs E farming RR Xo 1 
I Mai lory J farming RR Xo 1 
Marlcy M .V mgr Okanagan Sav 
Mills and pres Endcrby Ho.u.l oi 
Trade 
Marois E retired 

Marshall .A. emt) Dkanagan Saw MiIK 
Martin Jas blksmitli Ukanag.in s iw 



M.iicl F farming 
Motcalle J C dairy farming 
.Miller J mixed farming 
.Miller J A eng Okanagan Saw .Mi 
.Mohr Mrs M farming 
Mowat Jas retired 
Mowat P K tilkr Rank of .Mont 
Murt>l>y Jas ingr King lOdward II 
.Murphy Patk II prop King IMw 
Ilot.l and ranching 



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Thursday), 
and Printer 



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Jones Eva clerk 1" O 
Jones O rmp Okan.iga 
Jones Robt tramsler 
Jones -VVm retired far 
Keith H W phys and 
odicer 



Ki 



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N H 1 



J far 



cle 



Okai 



La Forge Join 

Hotel 
La Roy J W ^^■ 

Mlll.« 

La Roy W emp okanagan 
Larson E emii Okanagan 
l.awes Goo R farn\inc 
Lawson F T frl elk CPR 
\Vm J asst mgr 



Okar 
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OGANAOAN SAW Mn.I.S LTD, M A 

I Marlcy Mjr, Mfrs Rough and 
' DresBcd inmber, Lath. Shingles 
and Hewn Ties, Dealers in Poles 
and Posts, Owners City Iiiflit 
' Plant. (See advt.) 
Okanagan TeU phono <:o Larbara Rob- 
inson agent 
I Ollch V farming 
I Olson O mixed larmlng 
Oppcrtshauser C prop Eiulerby Ilard- 
' ware Co 
I Ornst F farming 
Palaco Livery i:d Sparrow prnp 
Para. Us Miss school tea.-her 



Paul A retlreil farmer 

I'l'Cl R E of ICnil.'rhy Supply 

Peterson F mixed farming 

Piper C G painter 

Poison Samuel nal estate 

Poison Y A dairy farming 

I'opular Variety Store II R 



barrister and sol 



J. Hanbury 
& Co. Ltd. 

Lumber 

Finish 

Sash, Doors 

Mill Work 

Wood and 
Coal 



RANDS Gr.ORGi: A, Garage, Accc 
sorios. Repairs. Autos for Hire, G.i 
Oils, Por.l Dealers, Dodgo Cat 
Electric Wiring- and Repairs. (S 
advt.) 



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Qiairs, Tables 
Bookcases 

FILING 

CABINETS AND 

SUPPLIES 

<Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pad* 

(They save the 

clothes) 

Modern Furniture 

for the 

Modern Office 

163 Pender St. W. 

Vancouver 



mgr Enderby Growers' 



Reeves C H 
Asj;n 

Robar^e A D foreman Okanagan 
Saw Mills 

Roberts R H mixed farming 

Roberts S E farming 

Robertson E A sec GWVA 

Robinson Barbara agt Okanapati Tel 

Robinson G eng Okanapan Saw Mills 

Robinson Thos janitor public school 

Ropers A A asst sec Okanapan Saw 
Mills Ltd 

R C Mission 

Rosoman Graham JP clerk treasurer 
and police masristiatc of the Citv 
of Enderby and Stipondiarv Magis'- 
trate for the Okanagan Eh-rtoral 
Division and Judge of the Small 
Debts Court 

Rosoman Hazel clerk city hall 

Rosoman P mixed farming 

Ruttan John E sawmill prop 

St George J farming 

Sam Dow laundrv 

Scott John farming 

Scott "W H boots slioes and repairing 

Sharpc Geo R moat market whole- 
sale and retail 

Sharpe T A dairy farming 

Shuto E farming 

Skaling A C BA barrister solicitor 
notary public and sec school board 

Skjele S O logging contractor 

Smcdley G H retired 

Smidek A farming 

Smiley J K farming 

Southsworth Muriel steno A C Skal- 
ing 

Sparrow Ed prop Palace Livery 

Sparrow K A clerk A Reeves 

Sparrow H elk Teece & Son 



Speers S H dry goods ladies' and 

children's shoes 
Stainer P mixed farming 
Stamberg J farming 
Stapleton Mrs farming 
Stephens Saml baker <!i confectionery 
Sterling G "W retired farmer 
Stewards R C farming 
Stowards R H farming 
Strickland C E dairy farming 
Stroulper A D dairy farming 
Stroupler A R L dairy farming 
Swallow J farming 
Swartout J farming 
Tedford John blacksmithing 
Teece Edith bkpr Teece & Son 

TEECE & SON, H A Teece MgT. Gro. 
oeiles, rioiir and Teed. 

Teece H A mgr Teece & Son 

Teece J H mixed farming 

Teece S dairy farming and of Teece 
& Son 

Truesdale TV farming 

Twigg H T dairy farming sec Grind- 
rod school board 

Union Hotel Fred D Abbott mgr 

Utas J government timber scaler 

Vogel R emp Okanagan Saw Mills 

Vysohlid J farming 

AVabey F market gard.ner 

AVabey H E cattle rabbit and poul- 
try-breeding 

"Walker H M pub Okanagan Com- 
moner 

Wallace \Vm retired 

\Vallin C farming 

Watkins Mrs A farming 

Weir L farming 

"Weller E R farming 

Welsh D J prin high school 

Welsh T farming 



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ACCESSORIES. FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS 
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DIRKCTOKY 



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Wheeler 

Wheeler W J retired farmer 
Wil"50ii Albert lab ukanaeaii Saw 

Jlills 
Wilson H R .prop Popular Variety 

Store 
Winter E A clerk Bank of Montreal 
Wolfgangr J farniinK 
Wood Mrs A bee-kecpinjr 
Woodhouse iirs R fanning 
Woods W F fanning 
Woods W J mixed farming 
Wynne J farming 
ENDOT 

a flag station on the G. X. Ry. 
Guichon-Cloverdale and Vancouver 
line, near Burnaby. Lozells is the 
nearest P. O. 



a P. O. and station on tlie G. T. P. 
•Ry., H miles cast of Fort Fraser. 
and 14 west of Vanderhoof, the near- 
est telegraph oihce. in Fort lleorge 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Jlixed farming. 
Barkman C F postmaster 
Barkman & Hildebrand general store 
Bergen G general store 
Donovan F I' real est and notary 
McLaurin A V farming 
Norton J mixed farming 
Pappas T farming and ."<oc foreman 
Wiese W J mixed farming 
Worthlngton 11 farming and ferry- 

ENGINEER MINE 

.Vtlin Lake, and 
ng di.«triet. 69 
inlles from Carncross. Tukon. in the 
AtUn Prov. lOIi-c. fihst.. readied by 
White Pass & Yukon Line steamers, 
via Skagway and Carncross. 
Brooks A mgr Engineer Jllne 
Dale George mining 
Dunham Jolin mining 
Engineer Mine Itoyal Tru.st Co ad- 
ministrators Vancouver 
Nlchol B cook 
Sotham W enginoor 
ENGLISH COVE 

a settlement on C. I'. R. Boundary 
branch, 5 miles south of Paul 
and 28 miles east of Grand Forks, 
In Grand Forks I'rov. Elec. Dl-st. See 
names under Christian Lake, U mile 
distant. 

ENTERPRISE 

.tIso known as Tvn Mllo Creek or Ton 
Mile Landing. A mining setlloment 
on Slocan L.ikc. in Slocim Prov. 
Elec. Dist., reached by C. 1'. K. lako 
.-steamers, distant S miles from Slo- 
can City, on the C. 1'. U., the n.ar- 
rst telegraph ofllco. and 10 miles 
from New Denver, the P. O. 
Ainslee R mining 
n C Group J L Tipping owner 
ColoiTi.lo Miiio Tony Mazzio owner 
,,,„..,,,,„. ,,,.,; mining 

1 ' Karl Hyde ov.ner 

M : ' ' IP II Gillctto owner 

II,: 1 ; ■ >| I 1,1 Mine 1' Swan owner 



g station on C. P. R. (no agent) 
.t^nav Central branch, in Coluin- 
Prov. Elec. Dist., distant 5 miles 



EPSOM 

a flag station on C N. R.. 3 miles 
east of Ashcroft, the P. O.. and 2 
west of Basque, in Tale Prov. Elec. 
Dist. Passengers and freight for 
Epsom detrain here: no station agent: 
freight must be prepaid. Here is 
the largest deposit of Epsom Salts 
in the world. 

Basque Chemical Production Co Ltd 
W E Pinchin supt J G MilK-r mng 
dir ofiice 50J Richards Vancouver 

EEICKSON 

a P. O. and station on the C. P. R. 
Crows Nest line. 2'.i miles east of 
Creston. in Kaslo Prov. Elec. Dist. 
Has Govt, telephone and public 
school. Population, 150. Local re- 
sources: Ranching and fruit-grow- 
ing. 

Bcrgrcn Alex farming 
Browoll Wm farming 
r.rownriggo W H mixcti farming 
Cartwright E mixed farming 
Carlwright G dairy farming 
Carver WUmer fruit-growing 
Clayton M farming 
Cummlng E S fruit-ranching 
Davie Wm fruit-farming 
Dodd Robt fruit-farming 
Drexel A fruit-farming 
Graham Jolin fruit-growing 
Hall Walter fruit-growing 
Hamilton Henry fruit-farming 
Hasklns B fruit-farming 
Iluggens Clement fruit-growing 
Johnson J fruit-growing 
Johnson O fruit-growing 
Kelsey C fruit-growing 
Kemp Wm fruit-growing 
Klfer G mixed farming 
Kllngensmith Edward fruit 
Kllngen.smith Finloy fruit-growing 
Leadbeatcr Geo fruit-growing 
Llttlejohn Wm G fruit-ranching 
"■ ' ■ ' dairy farming 



Long i: 



M 



McLeod Murdoch gen store 
Mawwon Thos fruit sec Canyon Cit 

school board 
Ol.son Eric farming 
Palmer Albert fruit-farming 
Palmer Frank fruit-farming 
Palmer M R fruit and farming 
Penson Albert frult-farming 
Pensoii & Will.son contr.s and bidrs 



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Mcijuaig D m 
Nerpawa Min 



Westmnunt 

lug Co 
Wilson J C 



I X!o?en F M farming 

L«!amuelson Aaron U fruit-growing 

'S.Tmuilson O fruit-growing 

I Scott Saml fruit-ranching 

Staples Frank fruit-growing 
I Staples Roy fruit-growing 
I Telford R M sec school board and 
I'M 

Van .Vckcran fruit-farming 
' W. .vling Albin farming 
j Willson Wm G fruit-farming 
; ERIE 

!a P. O. on the G. N. Ry., 3 miles 
1 south or .< ilni.i. Ill Trail I'rov. lOlec. 
' I'i I 11 y- C. and Dom. Govt. 

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11, es: Mining, farming 



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Fire, Marine 
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larminK 
HaTisen Carl AV W ranchi 
Hickey Jas J dairy I'ann 
Hiinnex Jas R .IrUKKi.'^t ai 
.Johnson Chas rancliinK 
.lolmson G A scliool t.-acher 
KIo\ance J-ouis section foreman 
Kubiskey Jos truck cardeiiinK 
>r.;i^ey Hotel Olaf Hasliind j.ror 
.Metassa I.oiiis mining 
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Wilson \V J ranching 



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Florists 

Cut Flower* 

Wedding 

Bouquet* 

Funeral Detignt 

SEEDS 

BULBS 

POT PLANTS 

NURSERY 

STOCK 

Fruit and 

Ornamental 

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niil.s soutli of I'n 
we.st of Nanainio. \ 
ill Xeweastle I'lov. 1 
est railway 10. & : 
al.so r. r. R. telcgi- 
school. Aiiglic.in a 
churches, ami Pom. 



x.d farming 

arming 

t miN.d lann 

anching 



far 



Allin Ivor 

I'.arry 

Rernard H 
liloom Clii 

Riailbury farming 

Hia.lilock Arthur W tincl< 

Rraddock A F farming 

I! C .Minis D.pi A P..ISV 

corder 
Riuce R dairy farming 
lUick R farming 
l;u.k J C farming 
l:ii>by Ren daliv farming 

isby H dairy ianning 



ittery Gc 



mixid l;i 



Cameron A farming 
Chambers — — farming 
rmirtcney B mixed farmin 
(\iuse (Jeoifrey farming 
Cr.g G farming 
n.ivi.s Mrs Geo mixed fai 
Kespard Kd rancbiiig 
linn, Govt Kxpriim.i.t.-il 1 



Higgins Harry poultry-farming 
Hokanson Bros poultry-farming 
Hudson Mary poultry-farming 
Lawrence Catherine mixed farmii 
Lawrence H 

Leirier Ernest H poultry-farmin? 
Matheson G farming 
Maxwell David ranching 
Morison J bee-keeping 
Morison Wm mixed farming 
Xicklin Geo ranc.iing sec school 
board 

David carpen 



Overy 
Overy 



H 



lixod far 



Louisa dairy farming 
Pavberry K A ranching 
Parks Geo bee-keeping 
Porter Thos ranching 
Price Geo mixed farming 
Price Robt ran 



Rel 



Ha 
Trading 



mchint 



Hill 



Ridge farming 

Roberts John farming 
Roberts J mixed farming 

Sherman farming 

Smithers Cha.s H mixed farmin- 



far 



ling 



Robt mixed farming 
Marvin J carpenter 
Michael J farming 



Woolsey 
EKRIS 



Johnson Gus s 
ESQUIMALT 



?d f aiming 
poultry 



Prov. Flee. IHst. 
is I'rinccton. Tin- 
suitable for ranch- 
ion foreman 



Dist . 

:i!ftno. 



Rn 



Angli 



r: jr far 

Joseph 



R C .Mines 



I ranching 
poultiy.-farmi: 



i:< s. I'opulation. 

tliodist and R. C. 

_ i.cated the Roy.il 

Naval College of Cana^la and HM.C. 

building and repairs, line harbor with 

graving dock. 

Adams K A bkpr Victoria P. & T ^^■l;s 



ag cle 



of C 



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Victoria, B. C, Canada 

.-\ssoi-i;ited with Yarrow & Co., Glasj^ow, Scotland 

Shipbuilders, Ship Repairers, Engineers 
Iron and Brass Founders 

Maiinc Railway 3,000 Tons D.W. Capacity. Esqnlnialt Dry.iock 
4S0 ft. X ().S ft. Modern facilities for quick despatch of repairs to 
both steel and wooden vessels. MaUer.s of Manganese Bronze 
Tropellers and lari,'e Marine Eno:inc Castintjs. Electric and 
Oxy-acetylene Welding. 



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Wm hardware 1253 Esquimalt 



rd 



ilhurs %\' C prop Standard Eakery 
i;:ink of aiontreal C Triemaii iriKr 
j;iles Nellie grocer 1540 Kquinialt rd 
Uourne H V mun eiig 
I'.rand W florist Urowii's V Nurseries 
i;ridle Geo councillor r 541) Lainpsoii 
lliooker G V.' chf boatswain RNC of 

C 
i:rown W" H mgr Brown's V Nur- 
series 
lUown's Victoria Nurseries Ltd W H 

i:rown mgr 11C3 Kquiinalt rd 
lUirnett E A ot Victoria li a 1 AVks 
i;urnett J H or Victoria V «.- I Wks 
Uurnett Wm A of Victoria B «• I AVks 
^'ameron J drau^jhtsman Yarrows Ltd 
Co.-ich & Horses Hotel Airs M Simpson 

prop i3o<> Kquinialt rd 
Coekburn Col otiicer coin carrison 

AVork Point llarnicks 
Cox H A clif nf ■ I V, M • - I.- 1 
Curry A D M fu. . ' 

Daniels A J frjin ^ 1.- 1 

Day John K piu|. i- i; • ii ; ! 

Delves JosH \ ie ..,;,.,-, li;.i. ' .j, , lock 
Drysdale J K of Tliobiiru G.ua;;e 
Empire Canneries (salmon) J II Todd 

A- Sons props head ollioe Victoria 
ICsquimalt Hotel John K Day prop 

i;4» Pioneer 
Esquimalt JFeat Market A Young 

prop 130S Ksquinialt id 
I'rampton J H shoe repr 131f. ICsqui- 

malt rd 
Cauvreau Ij J M com olllc.-r depot 

ship HMC dockyard 
i;ibson Geo shoe repr 12C1 JCs(|Ulm.ilt 

Id 
Ciant Lieut J M R.VC of C 
Grute II wart vlct odlcer ItNC dork- 
yard 
Haddon Lleut-Com O P .lec and pay- 
master RNC of C 
Hadlcy R H chief JI A A RON dock- 
yard 
Hardle G H supt Yarrows Ltd 
Hartley Instr Com dir of studies i: 

N C of C ■ 
Hatcher A G master RNC of C 
Heal Paymaster Lieut G A sec 11.MC 

dockyard 
H M C Dockyard Capt Martin supt 
HodtrsuM G... K sta and conf yOO Ks- 

fHilnialt rd 
lloul.y R A enp com RNC of C 
Iinpii.il Oil Ltd A Sutherland mgr 

gasoline etc 
Izard K \V nsst supt Y'arrows Ltd 
James Corn K W H iiavnl stall' nflicer 
Jones I,leut C, C ,>( UNC ot C 
Jones J W i.hoto^-i.u.lier 



I Martin Capt supt HMC dockyard 

\ Mesher Jos F councillor r 1553 Es- 

I quimalt rd 
Alilitary Convalescent Hospital Maj 
iVHaeen ofiici-r com 

i Nicholson C eiocer 
Nicol J foreman plater Tarrows Ltd 
Xielson Greig coiif tob 1257 Esqui- 

j malt rd 
Nixon E A E com in chg RNC of C 
Nunn R H san insp Mun Hall Esqui- 

' malt rd 
Old !•; barber 1259 Esquimalt rd 
O'Hagen Maj olricer com Military 

Conv Hosp 
I'alnier Jas chief police Mun Hall 
Penny J J master RNC of C 
Pcopl./s Market N K Luni prop 1301 



Miss E dry gds 1317 Esqui- 



Pomnov S A councillor r 46D Ad- 

ri'T .Is rd 
' ' ; H elk trcas and assr Es- 

.it Dist 
I: .Mrs matron Sailors Club 

l;, ,,.,iM!.on L N master RNC of C 
Ki.l. (,iit J bkpr J Lock & Sons 
Rousseau J A sur^ lieut RCN dock- 
yard 
Kfv:il Naval College of Canada Com 

E. A. Nixon in chg 
Sailors' Club Mis Ranns matron 
Sharcott G plumber 1001 Esquimalt 

rd 
Shaw Henry acct HMC dockyard 
Slmi>son Mrs .M prop Coach & Horses 

Hotel 
Smallwood W M warrant elec Ord- 
nance iMlice HMC dockyaril 
Ppenc.r W foreman Yarrows Ltd 
Spratt N .M dry gds etc S9I Esqui- 

mnlt rd 
Standard liaUeiy AV C Arthurs prop 

nOfi FIsqulmalt r<l 
St.adman L i; oi T^ ■ i i:, •; .•:._•. 
Stephens R D (■■■ '■' - l.i 1 



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Stewart J i: h.iil . : ::;ii; i , -.,'"", , It 
St-w.Trt W forem:in Yarrows Ltd 
Suth< riand .\ mgr Imperial Oil Ltd 
Thoburn (Enrage (L 13 Steadmnn J Rj 
Drysdale) auto and marine renrs 
N.'.J ICsquimalt rd 
Thoburn Grocery P D Johnston prop 

S!".! lOsquimalt rd 
Tribe I'ercival \V councillor r Cralg- 

llower rd 
Trieman C mgr i:. i \ ■ r 'l , iM.,1 
\-ietoria Drass ,< i ' i i: A. 

, J II and ^\■ A < ■ ih..i.-,r 

I Walton H fnr.in - ', 



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Lllton G E pM.vmustir llrut RNCVR 

Lock K of J Lock it Son.s 

Lock J of J Lock .t Sons 

TiOck J & Sons butchers a3fl Ks,ini- 

malt rd 
Lockliart W F prop ■\Vestern Siipplv 

Store 
Lookley Alex biiihler and reeve Esq 

Mun 13i.^ lOsquimalt rd 
Longland F O paymaster sub-lieut 

ItNOVR 
Lum Norman K prop People's Mkt 
MelVth J foreman Victoria 1! & I 

Woiks 
M. ■Galium J C nieil h.altli oflic, r 132S 

Esquimalt rd 
MdV.nagh l.i.iit W iiisti ll.MC ,I,..U- 

yard 
MacPonahl A pli 

malt rd 
Martin II tmstr a 



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W !•■ Lockliart 
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\'..ilis Mun Hall 
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Engineers, Boiler Makers, Brass 
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' Yick K laundry Pioneer st 
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COMMERCIAL 

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C 
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ESTABLISHED 1909 

A select school for 
businesatraining — 
small classes. 

Individual 

Teaching 
All students per- 
sonally instructed 
and fecommended 
by 

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709 C.orjia, W 
VANCOUVER 



reached b 
Junction, 
minster. 7 
and public school. 



Banham H atteiirlant 
Uanton J C attendant 
Beaton Alex atten<iant 
Berry W Ic atteiidanl 
Blackburn J W attendant 
Blair R attendant 
Boutin 1-" attendant 
lirennan M attendant 
Camsusa Jas dairy farming 
Collins J attendant 
Cooling T attendant 
Coututs D attendant 
Crca.se I>r Arthur U asst supl 
Creber W attendant 
Cunningham Mi.'^s -vchool ts-ac 
Cunningham N \V atleiidanl 
DahlinB K attendant 
iJorlinK H li( rd.sman 
Doyle Michael asst su|Krvisoi 
KnRlish K attendant 

nagan A attendant 



R. to Westminster Tucker S teamster 
:, from New W.st- ! Van -Meel John eardener 
Has local telephone I Walker Jas teamster 
I Walts Isaac attendant 
Webster A teamstc:- 
Wickham Stanley dairymai 
I Willows J W barber 

EUCHINIKO CEOSSING 



a crossing- on the Krase 

miles southwest of Prjnc< 

Cariboo Prov. Klec. Dist.. reached by 

B. X. and Circle W. steamers. Local 

resources: Ranching. Address mail 

via Quesnel P. O. 

Cornwall G fur trader 

Dowie K ranching 

l-avoie Phillip ranching 

EVANS 



Kkich. 



bursar 




'ONtcr John cook 
Gardner Jtobt foreman 
Goodini; i'lauilo laborato 
Giaham Robt engineer 
' Ci.'iliam W N attendant 
I Hirme Jas laundr> man 
IfMlliiis Jos poultry farmtni: 
Huflies l>anl engineer 
I liUKhcs M J attendant 
I Humphrey John J atten.laii 
i Hutchln.son John attendant 
■ Johnson Jas attendant 
; Johnson Thos attendant 

Kerr Alex nsst cook 
I Kerswell Win J carpenter 

Klllen A painter 
I King W attendant 
I Largo W attendant 
' Lobban Jas record clerk 
I.onsilali- Ileib.rt cai i>enter 
Lynch Thos att' n.lanl 
McAllister Hugh attendant 
McArthur J laborer 
MrOougan John mason 
McVlc W 



bur 



•arm 



FEED 

CEREALS 

GRAIN 

Poultry Foods 

806 Beach Ave. 

VANCOUVER 
B. C. 



MielnHr. i; J engineer 

M... Ix. ; I .V attendant 

M.H K. i./i .1 attendant 

.MaeK. !i/i. \V attendant 

-MacKie W attendant 

.Malcolm Ja.s L engineer 

Matliowson I'.llhcrl super\ Isor 

.M-i,tal Hospital 

.Montelth Kobt attendant 

:Moore V H farm superintendent 

Moore W attendant 

Morris Thos A attendant 

Mowbray Thos electrician 

Mulr U atti'ndant 

Murphy James M attendant 

Owen K cowman 

Peart Jas farming 

Plckton James farming 

Porteous Wni attendant 

Price Alfred H rook 

Renton John gardener 

Reynolds W atl.iMlant 

Rosselll K postni;ister 

Uushton P.rnest ehauueur 

Ryan K J physician 

."^cott IWorto .iHendant 

Shaw y. J (• niirs, rpmnn 

Smith A attendant 

.><niitli Ch^is 1.1 u lismith 

Smith G I. enuin. . r- 

Stinchcoml.. i: 1; overseer 

Siiovan J T cowman 

snilon II M .nttei.d.int 

Tall.el A Mlleiidaiit 

Til. 1.. MX Tli.u.l.M-e att. ii.l.-int 



a aae station on C. C. Elec. Rv.. 
FYaser Valley line. 73% miles from 
Vancouver, and \i mile west of Sar- 
dis. No residents. See names under 
Sardis. 

EVANS CBEEK 

a small sawmill on Evans Creek, 
which Is 10 miles long, runs tro!;i 
' Kvans Lake into south end of SIo,-:i:i 
I.;ike. on the Slocan Lake route be- 
tw.-en Ro.sebcry and Slocan City. C 
P. R. lake steamers. 4 miles north 
of Slocan. the P. O. 
; P.lanchet A mfr of rough and dress- 
I e>d lumber > 

lilanchet ICd cdgcr A Blanchet 
Blanchet G A emp -V Blanchet 
I Blanchet Lev .saw A Blanchet 
j Houle liel dbl runner A Blanchet 

j EVAN-THOMAS 

I a nag station on the B. C. K Ry . 3 
i miles cast of Huntingdon, the P. C. 
I in Chlllluark Prov. Klec. Dist. Local 

resources: Farming. 

Bowman M M farming 

Faeldcn Wm farming 

Lampson L farming 

McAdams Mrs farming 

Petaplece Win f.irming 

York Thos farming 

EVELYN 

a station on the f.. T. P. Uy.. 9 miles 

northwest of Smltliers. the P. O. and 

nearest telegraph oftlco. in Omineca 

Prov. Elec. Dist. Loeal 

h'armlng and coal mining. 

Babblcli Danl general teaming 

Ballard Geo H farming 

Bird llavld ranching 

Carroll PanUI prosp. rtor 

I'astel I'Yed farming 

Conwny l-Yank fainiing 

Puronso Jos 

Kisher Jos prospector 

Johnson Andrew r.-inchlng 

Johnson Carl ranehing 

Johnson John ramliing 

I.alng- John tie inspector GTP 

:McDonald R 



S ranchiii 



Wa.l.llngto 


. J 


ra 


1.- 


ling 




EWENS 


-- 










a .salmon 
whieh is IL 
minster, tl 


liill 

o I 






St o 

on 


S.a 

r .Ne> 

the 



WIMOLEVS H. C. DIKKCTOHY 



EXTENSION 



EWING 

a flap stati 



C. P. R. Oka 



sciuth of Sunnywohl. 

SWINGS LANDING 

;i P. O. and fruit-growinjT settli-inoiit 

on west side of Okanafran Lake, » 

miles from OkanaKun Landinc. IS 

south of Vernon, and 30 north of 

Kclowna, in Xo. Okanagan Prov. 

Klec. Dist.. reached by C. P. R. lake 

steamers to Kwings. Dom. Govt. 

lonK-dlstanco telephone and iJovt. 

telegraph. Pojiulatlon. lUU. Local 

resources: T'luit-growing. 

.\ttenborouKh Thos hor.se ranching 

i;oyd Mrs Ida 

Calland A A Forbes 

(;oli|uhoun Wallace H ranching 

Dun waters AVm 

Kwlng Robt L fruit and PM 

Ford R W'm 

I'risbf e -Walter boat bldg 

i;odwln Jas D fruit-growing 

Haines Krcd E C fruit-growing 

Henderson Geo rancliing 

Hodges Henry P fruit-growing 

Kcnyon Mrs A H ranching 

Kcnyon Justin ranching 

Landale Thos D 

Lawrence I'etcr 

Love E mining 

.Muirhend Jas fruit-growing 

Orchards All>t E sclioolmaslir 

Pease Mrs O 

Richards Leonard fruit-growing gen 

store 
Richards IVm 

.Sodden Henry fruit-growing 
Wood lYatik J ranching 
Wood Jos rancliing 

SWINGS LANDING 
a steamboat stOQ about 3 mllrs nortli 
of Qui.snci on the J'Va.sor Rlx.-r. In 
Cariboo I'rov. Hlec. l)i»t. It s.tvis 
only the Ewliig rancli. between <iui s- 
iiel and South Fort Coorge. .\.l.lr.-ss 
mall via (juesni 1 I'. O. 
i:wlng Wm T ranching 
EXPERIMENTAL FAKM 
a station on the P. C. Eicc. Rv.. ir.», 
miles north or Vlctori.i. and 1 1-3 
miica north of Saanirhton. in .snanlrh 
I'rov. Elec. Hist. Dominion IN perl- 
mental Farm.H located hero; In charge 
of Prof. li. Stevenson. 

EXSTEW 

a station on the «;. T. P. Rv. and 
Skrena Klver. 7U miles cast of Prim .• 
Rupert, and 21 west of Terr.-ice, the 
P. O., In Prince P.upcrt I'rov. Kli'C. 
Dist. Nearest Covt. teiegrnph olllce 
Is nt Grave Yaril Point. 9 miles inst. 
Section crew only. 
Hudyma Geo sec foreman 



Ueban Frank of Frank Bevan Shingle 

Co 
Beban Frank Shingle Co 
Bowater W miner Can Collieries 
Bowater W Jr driver Can Collieries 
Bozzie Andrew lab Can Collieries 
Bramley Ezra sec school board 
Bramley G timberman Can Collieries 
Eramley J hoistman Can Collieries 
Bramley R watch Can Collieries 
Burt li gen store 

Campbt^ll Andw hoistman Can Col- 
lieries 
Campl>ell A timberman Can Collieries 
Campbell Colin driver Can Collieries 
Campbell John driver Can Collieries 
Campbell J I'anman Can Collieries 
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd 
Cirrocco V miner Can Collieries 
Corslnl Fred buffet 
Cosier Wm lireboss Can Collieries 

and PM 
Cowan D timberman Can Collieries 
Cowan Wm lab Can Collieries 
Craighead W millwright 
Kavlcs John gen store 
Dewar Jas lampman Can Collieries 
riewar Thos miner Can Collieries 
l>i<k Val mach Can Collieries 



M Collieries 
Collieries 
' :. <'olllerles 
• ! ' : '■oilicrles 
hlk>;niith Can Collieries 
l-r.-re i; miner Can Collieries 
"loia Clias miner Can Collh-rics 
"louilay D Jr asst Can Colilerle.>« 
Crecnwell T hoistman Can Collieries 
Hamilton John mhuT Can Collieries 
Hamilton Pv X (Ireboss Can Collieries 
Harkle J miner Can CoMlerle- 
J.Tikson W timberman Can Collieries 
K-...i '. I ri I . r Can Collieries 
l.> : r T> i:;. Milth Can rnllierlcs 
I.. \ • tniiier Can Collieries 

I. . l: inian Can Collieries 

1. ; :! K ! J.iver Can Collieries 
l.iiMihard L lanman Can Collieries 
McAulay J miner Can Collieries 
Marshall F motorman Can Collieries 
Martin J fanman Can Collieries 
.MayovsUy John driver Can Collieries 
Mayovsky John miner Can Colllerle.i 
.Mazzollne E lab Can Collieries 
.\l../.zoIlne M car rep Can Collieries 



COLES 




J J I 



Ml 



Collie 



Mi. hi,. A pumpm.in Cm Collieries 
Michle Geo lab Can Collieries 
MIchle J cng Can Collhrles 
Morettl Jas timberman C.nn Collieries 
Nelson Jas pumpman Can Collieries 
.Velson J lireboss Can Colllorlcs 
Pierce A T storekpr Can Collieries 
• JulKl.y J miner Can Collieries i 

Italfaele A miner Can Collieries 
liecipute J miner Can Collieries 
.Schivardi Gus lampman Can Col- 
lieries 
Senini A niimr Can Collieries 
Senlnl Jas miner Can Collieries i 



COFFEE 
MILLS 

Callers for Boot. 
Cboppcrt lor Meal, 
ind Corabiatliens. 

lluilt for ;> lifetime ot 

so Ihit thoy .^rc bu) .nble. 

Write to 

W. E. WALTER, Ltd. 

54 Wiler St. 
VANCOUVER. B.C. 

MURPHY 
& 

CHAPHAN 



Commercial 

Stationers 
and Printers 



EXTENSION 


iSel 


inl Jolin Miin.r Can Collieries 






Silt 


rwooil Jolin driver Can I'oilieries 




a P. O. .niul eo.il mining town, on 


Shi 


rwood K driver Can Collieries 




Vancouver l.^l.nid. 7 miles south of 


Sid 


<mI J n.iner Can Collieries 




Nanalmo. aiul 1 1 north of Ladysmlth. 




.ttl T diiver Can Collieries 




In Newcastle Proi. i;iec. Dist.. reach- 


Sol 


li.. E min.r Can Collieries 




ed by stage from Nanalmo. which Is 


Sio 


nston i; L overm:tn Can Colllerirs 


7 99 


the nearest telegraph olllce and the 




lions A driver boss Can Col- 


hu.sliuss centre. 11ms public .school. 


1 






Pr.shyterlan -.ind R. C. <liurch, s 
Population. i:n. 


Th 
■Ph 


.inas L lab Can Collieries 

•iMson Saml master m«cli Can Ciil- 


Granville St. 


.Mtken rtavid blacksmith 


1 






Annan Steve prop Tunnel Hotel 


To 


Io'a driver Can Colllerl.s 


Cor. Robson 


.\rmitago Cl.iik orpenter 
liailavlno A mhu r Can Collieries 
l:;igattlii A billiards 


■r<. 

Tu 
Va 


Ko \Mino lal. Can Colli, rl-s 
enliiie i: mach Can i-..|li.ii,s 


Vancouver 



EXTENSION 



WJtlGLEVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



Vancouver 
Island 

Fruit Lands 

Limited 

FRUIT and FARM 

LANDS 

In 10 to 40 acre 

tracts 

$40. per 
acre 

l/5th CASH 

Balance 1-2-3-4 

Years Without 

Interest 

The land is sit- 
uated on roads 
close to railway, 
schools, stores, etc. 
with the blue sea. 
and white sand 
beaches with.n 
easy reach. 

Belmont House 
Victoria, B. C. 



Virostko O driver Can Collieries 
Viro.vtko M driver Can CoUi.-i i.s 
'Virostko .M miner Can Colli. ri..s 
^ Wargo .M swilcliman Can Cullierios 

I FAIRHAVEN 

I a Govt. t^-lfKraph otTicc and mining 
c;imp in Uriil^.- lUver Distrift. ii> 
miles north of Lillooet. the P. (>.. in 
Lllloott Prov. Klcc. Dist., r.-ache.l by 

' waeon roail. Camp not now in oper- 
ation. 

I Jones \V W mine owntr 

1 FAIRMONT SPRINGS 
a r. O. and ranching yettliin.iit In 

; the Columbia Valley, at heail oi Col- 
umbia l^ake. in Columbia Prov. lOlec. 
Dlst.. distant 1 mile from l;:idium, 

I on the C. 1". R. The nearo)^t tele- 
graph. C. r. U.. Is at Win.lerm..ro. 13 
miles. The Hot Springs are I'i 
mlle.s from Radium station, and be- 
sides belnc radio-active, iil.so con- 
tain radium, sulphato of calcium, 
gypsum and stron>; in carbonic acid 

i sas, tho tinipi-raturc varying around 

I 115 dCKTcc-s l-ahr. 

I i:oh>rous \Vm gardening 

. Crawford J \V civil engineer and 

. mgr Holland Ranch 
Fairmont Trailing Co general store 

I Holland W H ranching and hre.dur 
of pcdlgr<od ilcrkwhlrc Iiokm and 

I registered Shorthorn cattle 

I Wallace Allen foreman 

I Young Geo .ntock-nilsing 

I FAIRVIEW 

a r. O. and village, 30 
I IVntlcton. 



The 
Star 
Printing 
Company 

W. Cbi.. St.w.rt, 

Propritlor 

("iiiiiiiHiTiiil 
I'liiilers iiiiJ 
Stalifliicrs 



■ UOSE LEAF 
MMCIALISTS 

'■ • '■'■ Nr>. S(.().s 


1 -at ton A 1 
I'attoii J 1 
IMlton J K 
1-l.rl|.s A 1 
l-ilM-r A da 


Ml- PlNDtR ST. 


K-MhUhird A 


NiJtirouvcr 

11 c. 


< s. I„...l bo 

■ r.^M..!- \vi'i 



Ikameen Piov. i;iec. 

iJi.st.. on th.; Okanagan IMv. r. lias 
I ofllcc of Prov. Govt. .\K<-iit. .S.'i.-.xsor 
land Coll.rtor. Land i ■..mmi.ssic.ner. 
' Falrvlcw IMstrlct It.mstru ..i the 
I County Court, and Gold Conimi-^loner 
! Osoyoos .Mining I<i\sl<in. Il.is sol- 
id Icrs' settlement, public sclu.ol. Hoin. 

Govt, long-distance tib-phont-. I'ai ni- 
! in^, ranching an<l mining. 

Atkins R .•{ clerk Govt olllce 

Bate Capt \V C tel agt 

Rreithwaite Danl 

Urown Jas K Govt Agent Gold and 
! Land Comr Registrar County Court 
I etc 
I f;armUhnel D mining 

Dalryniple .\lbert stock-raiser 

Carl II land surv 
, Golilcn Gate Hotel South K'ootcnay 
Power Co props 

Gordon J mixed farming 

llaynes Win U cowboy 

Graham J larmlng 

Hnyn.s V C cattle raiuhlng 

llo/l 

Hob 



ning 
ling frTilt 



FALKLAND 

a P. O.. gypsum mining, and farm- 
ing settlement on the Kamloops- 
Vernon road in Xorth Okanagan 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. reached by staf;e 
Tuesdays and Fridays. Nearest C. 
P. K. point Is Armstrong, distant I'L' 
miles, while the proposed C. N. i:. 
Kamloops-Vernon branch will pass 
through the place. Has Dom. Govt, 
long-distance telephone. Anglican. 
Methodist and Presbyterian missions 
and public school. Local resources: 
Large gypsum mines, farming. Sal- 
mon River runs through the valley. 
There is excellent tiint)«r, good fish- 
ing and hunting. 
Bell W hay ranching 
Uuchanan H carpenter ami farming 
Dunbar Alex prov constable 
Klkins Jos farming 
Ferguson A mixed farming 
Ferguson A G farming 
Ferguson W mixed fanning 
Fisiier A V farming 
Fisher W WilfrLd tanning 
Fraser John A mixed farmine 
Freeman John cattle ranching 
Fretz F ]>ainting and farming 
Gillis ]•: Y dairy farming 
Hall S mixed farming 
llatfield Itichd cattle ranching 
Kame John farming 
Kelly W dairy farming 
Kelly W F farming 
Uanibort Major f.inning 
.McClounle Wm lainiing 
Manitoba Gypsum Co 
Ord A Percy v teriiiary surgeon 
Pearse Herbert L mixed farming 
Pearse John C mixed farmlni; and 

sec school board 
Porrlor Geo farming 
Powell O mixed fanning 
Salmon River Land Co cattle-raising 

nnd general store 
Salmon Valley Farmers' Inst A P Onl 

seo 
Silvermald A D farming 
Sllvermaid Rlchd fanning 
Simpson W G carp and farnilng 
Smllh T K tlmhcr and land owner 
Staiileton Jas nilxcil iMiinlnK 
.'^tlckney Clement inixe.l fnimliig 
Slickney AVm fanning 
Sweet K farming ainl sawmill 



Tur 



lios 



Warrei 

White Malcolm physic 

Wiseman A carpenter 

FALLS CREEK 



n Hag station on 


C. 


.v. R.. on 


norti 


side of Fraser K 




1. Ifi mile! 




of Roston Jiar. at 


d 




Lytton. tho neai 


es 


telegrapl 


an. 


P. O.. In Kamlooi 




l-.ov. Flee. 


Dist 


Section crew. 








FALSE BAY 








a P. O. and settl. 


ni< 


nt on the t 


Oltl.- 


west of Lasquet 




stand. 31' 


mile.< 


from NaiialiiH.. t 


le 


n.nrist rr 


llwn> 


station, ami 11" i 


lit 


•s from H 


ornbN 



In Albcrnl Pn.v. i:iec. Hist., tea. 
by I'nii.n S. S. Co.s hoats. Sum 
population about H'U. Resoiir 



WJMGI.KVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



Gillis AVm J nigr Gulf Islands F & 

C Co and PJI 
Cordon Arthur liehthouso keeper 
Oraham liiclid eng and larminb' 
Gulf Islands l"i>^liins & Cannery Co 

Ltd AV J Gillis mgr 
Haddey Geo farminff 
Higgins Chas T gas boat 
Kurtzalil A ranching 
Kurtzahl O mining lishing 
Lenfcsty AV D farming logging 
L>ennie Bros summer res 
Livingstone JIrs Kate farming 
McKinncU Jas farming 
Ogden Rlehd farming and carp 
Phillips Thos cannery mach 
Purviance Jos farming minini; 
Riddel Jas R fishing farming 
Siverson Sive carp and lariniiig 
Walkle Thos engineer 
Weldon A J rancliing 
Weldon T J rancliing 
Welch Albt ranching 
•Williams Clias lipli-buyer 
Wnioughby S U * B gen store 
Zelley Wm H mariner fish-buycr 

FANNY BAY 

a V. O. and station on tlie K. & N. 
Ry.. o'i iMil.s >..iuli i.|- fniori Hay. 
in Comrj\ I',..-,. i:i,. |.,>t. Has local 
and lor,)-,- ! ' : !• I'iioii.- olliccs. 

sliinglc Hall ; . ■ i:.; . -. Iiool. I/O'-al 
resouic. .-: 1..; :..! logging. 



Of mountain between Mel- I 
'.land Forks, with round- i 
!• r tank and two section 



Cami.bell J sec man CPR 
Carlson T see foreman CPR 
Cee Vou cook CPK 
Chin ilee emp CPR 
Hacking i; C lel opr CPR 
Lamb D sec foreman CPR 
Learmouth J watchman CPR 
Owens S D agt and opr CPR 

FASSITERNE 

a passing track on 



a siding on the Kettle Vallev Ry.. 
miles uenl oi Summeiland. 2'-'. mil 
south ol -Mineola. the I'.O.. aiul 



Cur 



Eloc. Dist. 
Is C. l: 1£. 
Has Angli. 



FAUQUIER 



J 1: 



ling 
Kad John carpirifr an. I 
Hastings Donald farmi 
Hastings Harold carp 
Hastings R J 

board 

Kecnan Chas farming 
Keeli.'ui Wni rainunc. 
I.arsoi, l-r..l l^.iniii.i; 



etileii 



it on 



Ing 



St side of 

Arr,,« l,.,k.-. 4(1 miles south ot Xa- 
kusp an. I i.ppuvit,.. Ne,<ll..s, in .Slocan 
Prov. Elec. lilst., reached by steam- 
ers of C. P. It. bi twecii West Robsoii 
and Arrowlii-ad. Long distance tele- 
phone connection with N'nkiisp. Popu- 
lation. GO. Local resources: Ki-ult 
lanching, logging and stock-raising. 
Asplnall Oswald mixed larminc 
Rerger H mixed farming 
l:odeii Albert 10 carpenter and ranch 
Kruuiuier Jlrs F teacher 
I'link John Leonard cattle-raising an. I 

ranching 
'iaustiii Kerdliiand mixo.1 fnrnilng 
Schlag Christian J ranching 
~SchIag JVrry A farming 
Skribe .Vugust ranching aii.l dairy 



Genera! 

Fancy 

Goods, Ltd. 

Wkoltsile Dealer. ' 

Toy»— Novelties 
Stationery and 
School Supplie. 
Leather Goodi 
Electrical 
Sundries 
Drug Sundries 
Hardware 
Specialties 
Baskets and Silk 

Phone Sey. 2246 

'Corner Richards 

and Cordova 
VANCOUVER 



FARRINGTON'S 



No. 1. Nelson P.O. 



^.■I1 r.ii. . r.vinar.l 


Srnedl. y i;.-o K gen store po 




swli.e. lightkeeper Xeedle 




PM 


LANDING 


.~-Mll. r IM V ranching 




•f.irni.i I-; \V t-acher 


in the C Pit. N.l- 




ator route. Koo- 


FAWN 


s from .Velson, In 




nist. Has rural 


a P. O ill the l.illn.i.t T'r 


lelephon.-. I.i.eal 


Hist., seiv.-.l from mo-MiU 


rowing. r.iiining 


A.l.liess ni.ill via lOfl-Milc 1 


•ss mail via Kit. 


Alwood OH ,l;,iiy farming 




An.lerson .V cattle rancliing 


nlng 


Anderson (' ^. rattle laiuhi 




Complete list of 

;FARMS 

j Thoroughly in- 
i spcctcd acrcagfc 

and ftirms in set- 
I tleddistrict.sne.ir 
I X'ancoiiver anil 
I Westminster. 

Full particulars 
' map.s, values, etc. 

: 414 Seymour St. 
1 Vancouver 



WIUGLEVS B. C. JJlKECTUilV 



Arthur 
Coles 

Real 
Estate 

FINANCIAL and 
GENERAL 
INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC 
ESTATES 
MANAGED - 

P. 0. Boi 167 

1205 Broad St. 

VICTORIA 






-McLeod J ranching 

OiT Alec ranching 

Parks Jack cattle ranciiing 

Pjerson Dan ranchiiifr 

Pierson Paul ranching 

Rich Sam ranching 

Sandberg Nels ranching 

Smcdley Thos G ranching 

Sncvu Uen c.ittle ranchintf 

Sneve Oscar cattle ranching 

Turner Victor cattle ranching 

Urak Carl ranching 

Wettbrook A W cattle ranching' 

Whillev Wn. .attlo ranching 

A\ olIT August cattle ranching 

FEATHER CREEK 

a settlement 23 miles southeast of 

Atlln. the business centre and P.O. 

Xoland John mail carrier 

Darr Henry prospector 

FELL STREET 



FEirWICK 

a n.ng station on the C. 1 
brook-Golden line. mile 



Bull TJiver and S from Fort Steele in 
Fernie Prov Elec. Dist. The land in 
this district belongs to -Arthur Fen- 
wick and there are no other farms 
as far as Bull River. Address mail 
Fenwick. via Bull River PO. 
Fenwick Arthur farming 



FERGUSON 

a P. O. and mining town in the Lar- 
doau mining district, on Lardeau 
River. L'i miles from Arrowhead, and 
lb" from Beaton, in Kaslo Prov. Elec 
Dist.. reached by stage from Beaton 
daily mail service. Has public school. 
Population. 100. 
Anderson J mine owner 
Balmoral Hotel Walter Edwards prop 
Battey R H mine owner 
Brown G Circle City mines 
Cameron P prop Lardeau Hotel 
Cummins Alex C gen store and P^r 
Praney Sam freight and livcrv 
Edwards AValtur prop ILilniorai Hotel 
Ferguson Jlincs l,td g..ld silver lead 
Garrett .V P mine owner 
Lardeau l[.,t. 1 P Cnnuron prop 
Triune Min- -' ' -' • 



Fernie 




COLiniTED 




Building 



n the Crow-s Nest line. C. 

-V. Rv.. and .Morrls.y. Frrnie 

lel By.. 700 miles .ast .>r 

■1-. Is the iirlnclpal city in 

ki.ot.nnys. .iii.i centre of the 

rn i;i,-.-. |.iM. Has tele- 

hI K.i.it. ii:i\ t. I.phone con- 

iny -.iirili. > electric light 

■I. .HMs . .ii-;,cre natural 

!' • ' ■ tiack. Has B.-iptWl. 

^ . lican aiiil Roman Catli- 

i;eneral hospital, pub- 

! >.hools. The Crows 

1 Co. employs norni;illv 

I coal reserves are un- 

I'l output Is l.oOO.OOO 

• 'ite .SMO beehive ovens. 

: rl of entry and Pro- 

• hi artnuarters for the 

Oince of Prov. Govt. 

rommlssloner Fernie 

_' District. Prov. Police 



Is the outliUii.g p,.ini ,,.r h.n 
East Kootinay gam.- presen 
gamo being abundant. I'opulatlon 
\arles from 4,500 to C.OOO. 

Fernie City Oniccrs 
Slayor — G G Henderson 
<'it.\ Clerk — Arthur J .Mofintt 
I'olieo ITagistr.ite— \V TI W lilii 
City Eloctricl.ui— J -W Quail 
City llnglneer— X. II MiCnIlun 



St i pel 



ry Magistrate— Ronald Hc- 



Road Foreman— L, E McDonald 
Instr. .Mine Rescue Sta. — J T I'uckev 

I Dominion Govt. Omcers. 

I Colector of Custom.s — \V H Gates 

. Ci.llector Inland Rev. — R H Brown 
County Court Judge — G li Thompson 
l-.ti , t :- FT J Johnson 
1 ' r ■ > . ; n.—w J Clarldgc 

- • i- K A Saad 

^ I -^t waiter Waldorf Hotel 

.\j. ..■. .!■■> i,u men's furnshgs shoes 

I Alv\a.idi r 1 E chf eng Fernie-Fort 
Steele Brg Co 
.\meriean Consul Norton F Brand 
Anderson A F mill supt Elk Lbr Co 
.\n.lerson C B foreman CPR 

I Anderson O M bkpr Trlt.-s-Wood Co 
.Midri-ws C R blksmlth M A Borlgan 
.\ss.Itine Dr A of Bonner Garner »■(; 



Enoch of Baddcrlcy & Sil- 



ly \V warehouse West Can Whol 



litary Inspector — Jos Boardni.i 



B. C. Govt. Oilicers. 
It. Agent— Boi.al.l llewat 



ton Wni piai,..-^ organs victrolas 
nd Singer sewing machines 
B.Tss Fred C clerk .Vorth.rn Hotel 
Baleman Win engineer city electric 

r.ean ivrcy prop I'Vrnie Garage 
:e:inl;iiiiler Henry J tele opr GXR 
:erk Thomas clerk W .\ Tngram 
leleeUv Max mgr Royal Hotel 
lelik E shoemaker 
:ell Mi.~s F, M school teacher 
".ell.i "Irorgo groceries and confv 
:ella J d;iiry farming 
:. rigan M .V general blacksmith 



llo 



ifoc- 



WIUGLEV'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Blees EJith clerk Trites-Wood Co 
Uiril Wm teller Home Eank 
lilack A clerk Piov Govt oilice 
IJlakeman Jas city teamster 
lileasdell A W drugs stationery and 

Eportine goods 
Boardman Joseph chief of police li- 
censes and sanitary inspector 
Bonnallic G A mgr Bank of Com 
Bonnell Garner & Asseltine physi- 
cians and surgeons 
Bonnell I3r Saul of Bonnell Garner 

& Asseltinc 
Bossio John groceries fruits cigars 

and tobacco 
Bossio Tony clerk John Bossio 
Bowen H lireman lire dept 
Braaten P brewer l''ernie-Fort Steele 

Brg Co Ltd 
Bradenburp Josephine housekeeper 

Waldorf Hotel 
Brand Norton F Consul U S A 
Brawley Ed barber W A Ingram 
Brawlry Jlrs f:d pastry cook W A 

Ingram 
Brehler J shipper Western Canada 

Wholesale Co Ltd 
Brindley Francis sec Miners Union 
B C Kmployment Bureau C F Hcs- 

keth mgr 
Brown Gladys sleno Herchmcr & Gra- 
ham 
Brown H customs broker 
Brown John engineer city electric pit 
BrowTj Myrtle il registry clerk I'O 
Brown II H collector Inland revenue 
Bryant C mech Fernle Garage 
Buchanan Jos W miner 
Hurnham Miss L M school teacher 
Burns P & Co Ltd R M Harvey mgr 

meat market 
Bydal V. linesman CPB telegraphs 
Calza N second-hand store 
Canadian Bank of Commerce G A 

Bonnallic mgr 
Canadian Financiers Trust Co Van- 
couver Law & Fisher local corres- 
pondents 
Canadian Hotel F Chardon prop 
C r It Cos. Telegraph John Donald- 
son mgr 
Ciirl.-cm C driver tire dept 
Carnikhael John tailor denning and 



pre 



ael Maijorle bUpr Cltv Oerk 
Curnwath J W acct Trltes-W oo.l Co 
Carosella Anthony driver Dom Exp 
Carosella Philip prop Uonia Hotel 
Carosella P men's fiirntslilngs boots 

and shoes nnd groceries 
Carscadden Helen asst teacher High 

School 
Cnrtwrlght Archie of Kootenay Oar- 



s nnd tobaccos ' 

:.• W J dist rep Soldiers' Civil 
stablisliment Comm 
tone l''reil_ police constable 



Co Ltd 

Corbett Miss M L school teacner 
Corola Annie clerk Trites-Wood Co 
Corrie A mgr Western Canada A\1iole- 

sale Co Ltd 
Corsan Douglas MD medical health 

oHicer 
Coulter J L logging supt Elk Lumber 

Co Ltd 
Covert & Ealdrey- painters and deco- 
rators 
Crocker Miss X F school teacher 
Crouk-ton J chid clerk Bank of Com 

CHOWS KEST PASS COAI. CO ltd, 
E M -romig- Sec. 

Crows NVst 1-ass Electric Light & 
Power C.J Ltd R M Young sec 

CRO-W'S NEST TKADING CO 1.TD, 
T Prentice Mgr, Department Store, 
Groceries, Dry Goods, Men's rnrn- 
iBhings, Boots, Shoes, I,aaies' 
Beady-to.Wear, rnmiture. 

Cumniings Alf nC and Horn Land 
surveyor and civil engineer 

Curry Bros contractors and builders 

Curry Geo of Curry Bros 

Dahl Carl printer Fernle Free Press 

Daniels K C. prin Central school 

Darbyshlre It sec Cokato school board 

Darbysliirc Wni miner 

I>avidson Jas miner 

Davidson Juan elk Itoyal Candy Co 

Davidson Thos elk Crow's Nest Trad- 
ing Co Ltd 

Davics Wm miner 

Davis KIslo chief operator and acct 
Kootenay 'lelophone Lines Ltd 

Dawson Peter miner 

Demouro Louis elk Crow's Nest Trad- 
ing Co Ltd 

Donison F aert P Burns & Co Ltd 

Denuslck Nick dispenser Northern 
Hotel bar 

D.-Iict l<,'stauranl Joe Sing prop r<s- 
taiirant cigars soft drinks 

Dewar Miss H A school teacher 

liicken Miss 1 school teacher 

Diikcn lluth steno I'rov Govt Agt 

Donaldson John mgr CPR telegraph 

Douglas Harry K agent GNU 
Douglas Miss N school teacher 
Dragon Mary steno Bank of Com 
Dragon Simon of Dragon & Perry 

Bros 
Dragon & Perry Bros cigars tobacco 

and soft drinks 
Duilley It agent Morrisoy Fernle & 

Michel Ily Co 
Duncan Jessie clerk J J Harrington 



Co 
»uncan Rene ens 
Trading Co Ltd 
lunlop Fred police constable 



girl Crow's Nest 



UNIVERSAL 
' TIRE 
FILLER 

Will double your 
casing mileage, 
will eliminate 
punctures and 
blowouts. 

Guaranteed for 

100.000 Miles. 

Agents wanted 
call or write 
for folders. 

Factory and in- 
stalling station 

UNIVERSAL 

TIRE FILLER 

CO. 

983 MAIN ST. 
Phone Scy. 8185 

VANCOUVER 



IF ITS 

GLOVES 

Phone Sey. 7532 
or write 

Sandell 
Mfg. Co. 



l^-.Tnle In 
rirly Ltd 

ilcty I.'t.l 



ly W U dep Insp Prov Police 
■ii U Duthio prop hardware 
T miner 
i; hrnwer Fernle- Fort Steele 



mfrs rough nnd 

:ik V:ilhy Lumber Co Ltd I 
Campbell mgr lunib.T mfrs 

111. V Mrs A school teacher 
Hi. .It .Miss J si'liool teacher 

M C school teacher 



J J 




rk Crow's Nest 



Cor. ilomer and 

Cordova Sis. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



C. DIKKCTOT^Y 



The 

CRYSTAL 

WATER 

SUPPLY 

Manufacturers of 
all kinds of 

SOFT 



1244 
Richardson 

VICTORIA 



I-'cnwick H clerk Hotel Fernie cigar 
stand 

Fert'uson A E plumbing and steam- 
ntting 

Fernie Tusin.; ps College Eerenice 
Winrr.tt pr:-;r:r:.l 

FERNIE CAETAGE CO, 'Wilson & 
Paterson Props, Livery, Transfer, 
Storag-e, Drayi:;?, Autos for Hire. 

l-pinic-1'ort Steele r.iewin;,' Co Ltd 
Walter 13 Hiirwood mgr mfrs beer 
and aoratf-d \vat*^rs 

FEKinE FREE PRESS (Weekly Fri- 
day) J B Wallace tc Co Publishers, 
Printers and Publishers. 

FERNIE GARAGE. Percy Bean Prop. 
Auto Garag^D, Accessories, Repairs, 
Gas, Autos for Hire, Ford Sealers. 

Kernie Hospital L>rs lionnell Liarner 
& Asseltine 

Ff-rnie Industrial & Provident Co- 
operative Socii-ty Ltd C Commons 
mcr groceries and provisions 

l-'ernic Motor Car Co K Larpe msr 
auto garape accessories repair.^ pas 
autos for hire Chevrolet aeeiit 

Fernio Optical rarlor.s J C Orner prop 
opticians jewelers 

Fiinli- Restaurant IJnw Foon prop 

Fernie .<<IiOf Hospital <i Falvo prop 

Feniif W L deputy in.xpector I'rov 
police 

Flerlieller R C dental nieclianlc Dr W 
H I'lckerinsr 

Fisher A I of I.awe S: Fisher 

Flshei- Jliss V XI school ic.achir 

I-nlLtt i;.-..rL-.- clftU C.XR 

l.ll. tt H. : - s ,• :.-• man fiNT. 

1. t - ■ ' •• k.t S iJraliam 

p.,.: . ■ ■ . l,Sh 

!■■ 1., i- .; i .,>.r Fernie-Fort 



Garner Dr E L of Bonnell Garner & 
Asseltine 

Gates John L prop King Edward 
Hotel 

Gates U" H collector of customs 

Gayeski John junior Home Bank 

Gibson Augustus clerk Trites-Wood 
1 Co Ltd 

■ GidJings ilenlo clerk Trit.sAVood Co 
I Gilbert F bottler Fernie-Fort Steele 
I Brg Co Ltd 

i Glover Cyril clerk Crow's Xest Trad- 
I inir Co Ltd and memlx^r lire dept 
I Golii;l)tIy Norman bkpr Western Can- 
I ada Wholesale Co Ltd 
I Goolc G miner 

Gould II of Cash Meat Market 
I Goupill Joe dispenser Waldorf Hotel 
I bar 
j Graham A of Herchmer & Graham 

Graham Harry cook Northern Hotel 
I Graham Saml prop Forty-Ono Meat 
j Market 

I Grand Theatre Francis Brindley sec 
opera house tr.avelling show house 

Gi-ave.« J P acct Crow's Xest Trad- 
ing Co Ltd 

Gray Otto lineman Kootenay Tel 

GW\A Donald Mitohell sec 

Green John barber W A Ingram 

Green Wm miner 

Greenwood A W salts mgr Western 
Canada Wholesale Co Ltd 

Greenwood Frank of Cash Xioat Mkt 

GU7.zi Mike fruits confectionery ice 
cream and miner 
I Gu7.7.i * Costanzo groceries 

Haddad .V F clothing men's furnish- 
ings dry good.s boots and shoes 

Hailda<l Xitner salesman Kefury I'.ros 

Hai;;h F U photographer and picture 
framing 



Hotel Fernie 

WM. WYATT, Manager 

Where the travelling public feel at home 
50 Rooms 14 Rooms with Bath 7<Sample Rooms 




.All rooms steam heated, 
electric iiiihted, hot and 
cold runninsi water and 
telephones. 

Sample rooms are steam 
heated and are electric 
lighted. 

Porter meets all trains. 



COMMERCIAL AND TOURISTS HEADQUARTERS 



FERNIE 



British Columbia 



\\J;Ii;LKVS 15. C. UIl.'KCTOKY 



FEKNIE 



A real estate 

3s (X K and 
and shoes 




Haralll Miss F E school ti-acher Jones Mrs M janitor West Fernie 

Hamilton A T plumber stcamlitter school 

tinsmith Kasniar John cleik Tritcs-Woo.l Co 

Hancock Artliur miner I Kusmar Mike gr clerk Trites-Wood 

Hannah E L tele opr CPU 1 Co Lid 

Harper E billiard and pool hall cigars I K.-isnier Andrew printer Fernie Free 

tobaccos and soft drinks ■ press 

Harrington J J & Co J J Harrington ■ 

mgr boots and shoes anco 

H:irtt Miss A school teacher | Kefury IJros 

Harvey U M mgr P Burns & Co i goods boot 

Harvie D G tailor cleaning and press- Kennedv !■' C nigr n 

ing Trites-Wood Co Ltd 

Harwood W E merr Fernie-Fort Steele I Kennedy * Manpan lumber sas 

Brewing Co Ltd | doors building material 

Hawthorne Poster Adv "Wni Haw- K.rr AVm dispenser Hotel Fern 

thorne prop bill posting painters KihK-ren Lillian steno Herchmer & 

and decorators c.r.iham 

Hebb J T driver Trites-^Wood Co Ltd' Kini,' IMuard Hotel J L Gates prop 
Henderson Dorothy M steno Imperial | Kind's Hotel W Mills prop 

Dank | Kukpatrick Edith sec Fernie llosp 

Henderson G G Mayor I Kukpatrick Ina M steno Western 

Horchmer Shf rwood of Herchmer & Canada Wholesale Co Ltr 



K) ( 
cloth 



SERVICE 

and ModerD 
Art Studios 



Kirkpatrick P plumber and stcam- 
A acct Crow's Nest I'ass Coal 



Lt.l 



KXRCIQVISB & GRAHAM, Barristers 

and SoUcltors. 

Heskcth C F mgr n C ICmp liuieaui 

Hcskcth Edward miner Kootenay Garage Letcher «: Cart 

Hewat Konald Govt agent district re- wright props auto Barace repairs 

glstrar of Supremo and County', aicessories tires battery charging 

Courts and stipendiary niagixlrate i ,;.is aittns for hire 
Sl^t'o^n^ ^L^^^lV^"^Tr'"'' ' = -^" I KOOTENAV TEI.ZPHONK I.IKES 

Hopan Miss E M school teacher ! LTD, Elsie Davis Chief Operator. 

Holland J teamster Westi'rn Canada |.,r,„p wk rlk W V In-nm 

Wholesale Co Ltd Kii"kV Tonv cook Hotel" F.rnie 

Home Bank of Canada A Watson mcr |_;,,',n i: porter X6rthern Hotel 



Window Displays 

and Back Ground. 

Designed, Built 

and Installed 

Scenics & Posters 



Kobu.M John clerk Trites-Woo.l Co Ltd Tk-.f-.v.I <s^ 
i.-.>.^.^nf>»- n»rni'o T.etrlier Air Cart- ' heatrical 5c 

Signs and SI 



Land 



HOTEIi FERNIE, Mrs W Wyatt Mgr, 

Commercial and Tourists Home. 

(Seo advt.) 
How Fooii Clilneso sKire rislauranl 

.mrt laundry 1 i-arge r. i 

>loHell A war.hou.sc Western Can- '!'»''*'»'•• ■• 

ada Wholesale Co Ltd Las.>=alc t 

Hugall Elsie waitress Xorlhcrn Hotel «"'" 
Hughes Catherine clerk Jos Podbie- i J-^" 



Laitliwalte J clerk F< 

Co-op SocUtv Ltd 

Lalnnil.- V bottler F< 



Ind & Pri 
rnie-Fort Step 



Window Fixtures 

153 Cordova W. 

VANCOUVER 



lanclk 
Hughes J J watchnian Trltes-V 

Co Ltd 
Hung HIng laundry 
Hunnable L.niinrd ni.rhanl'- Ft 

Motor Car Co 
Hunter Wm miner 
Huntington H K secv-trea.« Tr 

Wood Co Lt.l and Western Cm 

Wholesale Co Lt.l and Amei 

Vicc-Consul 
Hutchinson Chailes planer m.nn : 

nody & Mangan 
Imperial I'.anU of Cana.la A M < 

mgr 
Tiifi.nm J tiaveling salesni.Tii V 

. rn Can.. .1.1 Wholes:ile Cm Lt.l 



Uin mine lnsi)ector 
r )i real estate 
gr Fernie Motor Car Co 
1 driver John Podbi.lant 
Tocerles frult.s confecth: 
Ice cream 

f C of Lawe * Fisher 

K: Fisher barristers 



D. G. 



Irvine J S 


sal 


s agent ( 


Pass Con 




Ltd 


Isis Theali 


e W 


m Johnst 


lure show 






Janik John 


mil 




.l.nnings S 


\r:il 


prop \V: 


Jin) Lee lai 






Johnson F 


e.l 


clothing 






Johnson H 


J P 


istniaster 


Johnston 




ilv'th tl 


Orpheum 


Tl,. 


.ltr.- 



1 .ors ^ , • ■'' Timenell 

Lees Andrew miner 

Lees A Sr janitnr Annex School 
I ly-lgh Emily wallresji Xorthern Hot. 
I Letcher Joseph of Kootenay Garag 
I T^lphardt A C Jeweler and optician 
I Llltl.y Constance clerk I'ernie C'ptI 
I lal IMrlors 

Loikwood Lucy waitress Kings Hot. 

L... Uwoo.l Samuel dispcn."er Kings i 
1 Ih.lvl Lar 

Lc.w.> James porter Kings Tlotel 

l.owo J P noni Express agent : 
; il.imKr Fire Dcpt 
' Mi''allum Xell city engln.-er 
l.Mol>onaId L 1'. general roa.l forer 
I Prov rept Public Works 

M. Doucall D chief of Fire P.pt 

.\kl ).Mig:ill i;imer clerk Hank of C 
;.!id member Fire )>ept 

M.i:waii Klh. 1 clerk K G McKwa 
bakery candles and ; 



High-Cradc 

Cabinetmaking 
I Upholstering and 
French Polishing 



11 Ks 



.Mci:vva 
.Mcila.l 


1 P. H janitor Federal l:ldg 
•rv P.ro.o Thos McOlader 


M.-.liav 

Fish. 
M.lntv 


• Catherine steno Lawe 
'.. J L billiards barb.r ciga 


M.KiM. 
t..-«. 


..n l:essle mgr la. lies read 
ir Tiiles-Wo.id Co l.id 



AL- Isi:. MrL.n.l Phil 



A 1' miner 



Estimatts Furnished 

on.ll Classes of Work. 

Repairs, Etc. 

PAone 5ry. 6268 

1123GranvilIeSt 

VANCOUVER, 

B.C. 



AVRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



Detective 
Agency 



Every Deicription 
of DetectireWork 
undertaken. 



Repreientation ir 
all part* of the 
world. 



312 HIBBEN-BONE 

BUILDING 

1 122 

Government St. 

VICTORIA 



a G. 
HEATHER 

& Co.. Ltd. 



llcXicholas J.imes drivr Trites-Wood 
Co Ltd and memboi- Fire Dept 

McPhee Anna cashier Trites-Wood 
Co Ltd 

JlcPheo Jean operator Kootenay Tele- 
phone Lines Ltd 

SIcPhee M D ttl operator CPR 

McPherson \Vm miner 

ilcVannoll Duncan clerk Crow's Nest 
Trading Co Ltd 

llacDonald A & Co T Prentice mgr 
wholesale grocers 

Macdonald Jliss F school teacher 

Macdonald iliss J school teacher 

Macliitich I'cter dispenser Xorthern 
Hotel bar 

Macko D O clerk Bank of Com 

Macmillan Alexander acct Imperial 
Bank 

Alacncil Alexander barrister and soli- 
citor 

Maddick C !•" msr Palace :Meat Mkt 

Maltman James miner 

.Alangan J T of Kennedy & Mangan 
and J T Mangan & Co 

ilangan J T & Co ties piling and 
cedar polrs and posts 

Marchlnek I» o( Ca.-^h .Meat Market 

Marshall J 11 casliier Crows Nest 
Pass Coal Co Ltd 

Marshall J U mpr bnot and shoe dept 
Tritcs-Wood Co Ltd 

Marshall W trucker CPK 

-Marsham Ed shipper Trltes-AVood 
Co Ltd 

Martin Hcrt driver Fcrnie Cartage Co 

Martin II K supt Morrisscy Fcrnie & 
Michel Uy & Car shops 

Mawson J T blacksmiths apprentice 
-M A Bcrigan 

Meiklejohn J B clerk Crow's Nest 
Trading Co Ltd 

Michels Fatlier Catholic priest 

.Milhr E A engineer CPU 

.Mills Leslie A mgr Waldorf Hotel 

Mills Wni prop Kings Hotel 

Miners IJnlon Francis Brindley secy 

.Mlnton Thomas mechanic Fcrnie Mo- 
tor Car Co 

Miscisco J shoemaker 

.Mitrli.ll Don.-ild barrister Lawe & 



FURS 

Taxidermy 

.Makers of High- | 
Grade , 

Furs 

\V'e Specialize in ^"''^' 

RemoJelliiiij ^' ' 

Furs ' J^^.ji 

lvii};s .Mounted ' i 



.Mos.s <;.o !•• acct Crow's Nest Pass 

Cr.:il Co Ltd 
Mulligan Mike fireman city electric 

Mulligan Thos miner 

Murray John minor 

.Nils..u Florence stcno Crow's Nest 

Trailing Co Ltd 
NeNon .Mrs L Jl clerk Tritc'-Wood 

Co Ltd 
N". Isnn .Mabel clerk Imperial Bank 
.Will St i; lineman bottler Fernlc- 

r..it St.olo Brg Co Ltd 
Xl.li,.|s.)ii .Miss !•: L school teacher 

M:iliiilm driver Joseph 



i O'Callaghan Miss N .A. school teacher 
I Ogg Thos acct Bank of Commerce 

ONeil Irving & Main mfrs lumber 
and logging 
1 Orner J C prop Fernie Opt Parlors 
t Orpheum Theatre Wm Johnston mgr 
I picture show 
I Owen A M mgr Imperial Bank 

Palace Meat ilarket P Burns & Co 
I Ltd prop C F Maddick mgr 
j Palm Confectionery Store J AVood 
[ prop fruits candies ice cream 
' Parker Alice il steno Western Can- 
I ada W'holesale Co Ltd 
! Parker F A credit mgr Western Can- 
I ada W^holesale Co Ltd 
i Paterson K of Fernie Cartage Co 
\ Paton George janitor high school 

Patterson Norman piano plavcr Or- 
I pheum Theatre 

Perry Annie steno A Macneil 

Perry Joe junk dealer 
I Perry Joe of Dragon & Perry Bros 
j Peterson M brewer Fernie-Fort Steele 

Brg Co Ltd 
' Phillips K D poultry-breeding 

Phillips Wm bottler Fei nie-l-'t Steele 
Brg Co Ltd 

FICKEKINC SB -W H, Dentist 

Piola Noal plaster and bricklaying 
; contractor 

PODBIEIANCIK JOHN, Tlonr, Feed. 

Hay and Grain. 
Podbi'Mancik Jos grocer 
1 Podbiclancik Steve driver John Pod- 
bielancik 
I'remier House Mrs Harry Willies 
prop furnished rooms 
I Prentice T mgr Crow's Nest Trading 
: Co Ltd and A JIacDonald & Co 
I Puckey J ilriver P Burns & Co Ltd 
' I'uckey J T mine rescue station instr 
1 CJuail J D hardware and furniture 
: guail J W city electrician 
Itiueens Hotel Harry H.ilgh prop 
! Itahal John clerk Kefury Bros 
! Kahal Kose clerk .V F Haddad 
, Hay Elizabeth housek.cpcr Roma Htl 
I Kesicoe li dispenser Waldorf Hotel 
Rcwers J V acct Fernle-Fort Steele 

Brewing Co Ltd 
Rhodes Geo B mgr dry goods dept 

Trites-Wood Co Ltd 
Richardson Jessie clerk Trites-Wood 

Co Ltd 
Robertson J W foreman Fernie Free 

Press 
Roblchaud Martin F customs olTloor 
Uobson H clerk CPU 
Roma Hotel 1' CaroscUa prop 

BOVAI^ CAOTJY CO. A Wttldo Plop. 
Ufrs of Candles and Ico Cream, 
Dealers Confectionery. 

Royal Hotel M IMorsky mgr 
Rozzetti AVm clerk W .\ Ingram 
Rudnicki J F cl.ik Home Bank 
Rusluall .Mary housekeeper King's 

Hotel 
Saad J G men's furnishings 
Saail K A ni. ns furnishings 

.'^ lu: : ■ police constable 



Itot.l 



1029 

Granvilie Street 

VANCOUVER 









I'oit .^tHle i;i-.wing Co Ltd 


Nixon 1' \ iimi- Hiinitilie ilcpt Tiitrs- 


Scnit W W mgr h.irdwar.' dept Tritcs- 




W .-oil Co Ltd 




S..iii>virh John driver IVrnlc Cart- 


I^ORTHXRN HOTEl, C W Bari-ett 




M?r. 


.'^e.lv.. villi Jos driver Fcrnie Cartage 


i:,l>l. > T K chief del k CPU 


Co 



WlflGLKVS B. C. IJIKECTOKY 



FERN RIDGE 



rk X 



Koo- 



Sud- 



Strlck John dispenser ; 

Hotel bar 
Slierwood A teamster 

Steele Vik Co Ltd 
Slierwood .Aliirgarct o] 

enay Tt-leiilione Lines Ltd 
Sherwood R sausage maker P Burns 

& Co Ltd 
r^horthouso nernico wiappfr Ti ues- 

Wood Co Ltd 
Shorthouse Millicent cl 

daby 
Shorthouse AVm clerk J D Quail 
Silverwood Arthur J of Uaddeley & 

Sllverwood 
Slrlanna Frank dispenser Roma bar 
Sloan Klizabcth stcnu city clerk's i 

oince 
Sloan Katie operator Kootenay Tile- 

l>honc Lines Ltd 
Small David teamster A MacDonald 

& Co < 

Small Davina dental nurse Dr W H , 

I'ickerinK 
Smith I", lireman Firo Dept 
Smith Dennis engineer in charge of | 

city electric power plant ; 

Smith Doris clerk Triles-Wood Co | 
Smith & Wood barbers | 

Smolck Katie clerk Trites-Woo.l Co | 
Sofko George clerk N K Suddaby | 

Spaldinp J F photograpli 
Splller W K V chief coi 

police 



g Edward Waters Nina steno Home 

: Watson A nigr Home Eanl 

ernie-Fort Watson A H clerk Prov c 

WeFtby Marion clerk PO 



WESTEBH CANADA WKOI.ESAI.S 
CO IiTS, A Corrle MgT, Wholesale 
Groceries, Fmlt and Produce. 

Whimster W H police mapistrate 
White lloreiice clerk American Con- 



Dept Crow's Xest 
1 

Premier 

porter Kine Ed- 



sul 
White F 

Pass Coal Co Ltd 
Wilkes .Mrs Harry prop 

House 
Williams Ted 
ward Hotel 
Wilson Hartley P chief eng Crow's 

Nest I'ass Coal Co 
Wilson H U asst postmaster , 

Wilson J 01' Fernie Cartage Co I 

Wilson J car clerk CPR ' 

Wilson Thos clerk Crow's Xest Trad- , 
ing Co Ltd ] 

Wilson W n gen mgr Crow's Xest > 
Puss Coal Co Ltd i 

Wing Hong Chong Co Ye Kam Chong j 

Chinese merchandise 
Wing I^ee "V'uen Co Chinese store 
Wini\ctt K.rnice principal Fornle ' 

lluslness College and Insurance agt 
Winnett I'Mna steno G G Moffatt : 
Winnett W H warehouse A MacDon- 

r aid & Co 

Stephens Susie clerk McLean Drug & w'inters G F. tele opr CPR 

Book Ltd I Wood Jack clerk Palm Confectionery 

Stewart K K mgr Trlles-Wood Co ! Wood John prop Palm Confectionery 
Stott Miss K C school teacher I Wood I^ P acct Home Bank of Canada 

Strachan IJobert mine inspector i Wood Xancy teller Bank of Conj 

Suddaby X K drugs stationery i Wood Nellie clerk Crow's Nest Trad- 

Swenclskl Rev A R C priest | ing Co Ltd 

Tabacak Cecilia waitress Northern Wood R W pres Western Canada 




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Hotel 
Talt Hnzel steno Lawe * Fisher 
TEOUSOK GEO B, Undsrtakar. 
Todd Klizabcth millinery ladi 

ready-to-wear 
Todhuntcr Amy operator Koot.ii 

Telephone Lines Ltd 
Townsend G school Janitor Cent 

school Wv: 

Trltes A B pres Trltcs-Wood Co Ltd Vol Ian, 

vlce-prcs Western Canada Whole- i Yollan' 

sale Co Ltd I Viillunil lt..v K Anclioan i- 

Trltcs-Wood Co Ltd R K Stewart 1 Young Jlilda clerk Royal Candy Co 

mgr department store j -STonng R M sec and purchasing ngt 



Wholesale Co Ltd and vlce-prcs of 
Trit.s-Wood Co Ltd 
Wo. 1,1s 1)1. roth V clerk Kefury Bros 
s' Woofis IMIth rlf-rk PO 

Woi.,ls John M baggage master CPR 
>■ Worthliigton Jack violinist Orphcuni 

Theatre 
il Wu I'ov restaurant 

tt Mis Wm mgr Hotel Fernlc 
in,l Miss X school t.-arher 

H junior Imperial Bank 



Opsal Steel 
Co., Ltd. 

Vancouver, B. C. 

Dickson's 

Importing 

Tea and Coffee 

Co., Limited 



Tully W warehouse Western Canada 
Wholesale Co Ltd 

Turner John clec contractor and re- 
pairs 

fphtll Thos life Insurance 

Vanbuskirk W warehous.> Western 
Canada Wholesale Co Ltd 

Van Xlaarlon J engineer Fernlc-F.irt 
Steele Erg Co Ltd 

Vecchlo Jolin confectionery and soft 
drinks 

Venables C car repairer GNR 

Vincent George dispenser Hotel Fer- 
nie bar 

AVah Ylng Chong Co Leong Ylm ingr 
Chinese merchants 

Wahlle A plop Royal Candy Co 

Waldorf IIot.1 Sarah Jennings prop 
T, A Mills mgr 

Walker A L ni>;r grocery dept Trltes- 
Wood Co Lt,l 

Wallace J R e.Iitor and mgr Fernie 
Free Press 

Wallare Maugle waitress King Kd- 



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FERN EIDGE 

a P. O. and fi uit-growing distil. t 
Langlev Municipality. I).lta I'l 
Klec. DIst.. 4 miles from Lant 
Prairie on th.- B. C. F.. Bv. .X.ai 
telegraph oilice Is at Clover.lale 
miles. Has local telephone. Met 
dist church. Orchards and small fr 
Ills,, niix.-il farming 



WbolotlttodRt 
Imporl.ri, Ro.il 
BItDdtri tod P.c 



ibuiy W A R far 



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IS farming and cheese- 



!.nn..tt J mixed farmin 
-..iry J.>hn mix.-d farmi 
luck J W small fruits 



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I McDunald R truck gardening- 

Mclnnes Frank larmins 
; Mathews Rev H Methodist mini; 
' Millar J dairy farmine 
' Morrisse-y K farmingr 

■ Nayler Walter pojiltry and farmin 
, Newman H mixed farming 

rowell C E farmirir 
Shields Alfred O bees farmine • 
. Smith (i Vernon farniinir bets 

■ Tail James dairy and cattle 
Temby H poultry hos-raising 
Turpening M E mixed farming 
Tylor O mixed farming 
V.iuKhan Jas farming 

Wilson Mrs n poultiy sardening 
Wiiit' rn.ute ii L' farming 
\Vi\ J> poultry mixed farming 
Wolf Walter niixe.I farming 



Sadler Walter s 
Sarr W miner 
Sivear C W ba 



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lab CPR 
Taylor Geo W 'arp contr 
Thomlinson 1" L of Fi 
Tucker 



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Office Stationery 

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FERROXTX 

a llaK stati 



FIFE 

' a P. O. and station on C. P. R., 5 miles 
east of Cascade, and 17 east of Grand 
Forks, near Christina Lake, in Grand 

I Forks Frov. Elec. Dist. Has public 
school. Population. 150. Local re- 
sources: Lime quarry, which supplies 

' the Tadanac smelter of the Consoli- 
dated Mining Jt Smelting Co.. Ltd.. 

I agriculture and cattle-raising- 
Agostinelli Mike quarryman 
Anderson T pole and tie contr 



station on Kettle Valley Ry.; 
!nt). i miles from Heaverdell. 
ood Prov. Klec. Pist 
est P.O. 



C gr 



■Hi Mike Quarryman 



L-hlns 



Tilcgiaph. public school. Pres- 
laii and i:. C churches. Local 
n <-s: 1;Ik game, lislitng and niln- 



l.i-u-|.r Trrn\^|".j I.ition Co guides 

packhursi'S etc 
Hums P & Co Ltd meats 
Cameron V C switchman Cl'P. 
Cliapin *: Co (CalKary) owners Cou- 

varakee Jlln.- 
Couv.-irakee .Mine Chnpln & Co own- 



i Clarkston James D dairy farming 
j Clarkston Zochariah farming and s.- 
I school board 
I Fornelli John dairy farming 
1. C P. P.. Ciillith John P dairying and PM 
i 'I'M.;!. IN Hogchind P L mixed farming an 
: !.• ; .- sec Hilltop schocd board 
; I - i: ; Tii,ii,i .Vnton P mix.d farming 
ii.i.:l ; ;.■ ^ Johnston Axel mixed fanning 
t iS .1 wi.- Liiulsav P.ros t<l. 'graph poles 

mountain ■ jiadia M ranching 
rtist. -Mil- iMadi.i TenoraJo dairy farming 
Prov. Police Martin V quarryman 

IKas C. . jiazzochl Olivio general store 



Nonis V .;..■'. 




Nord .\i.; 




Nybcrg I 


rining 


Palm Kn . t A 


: -..irming 


Skands ... 


.:.iing 


Strom < 1 ,1 n .\ 


• p.'.ing 


.Swindell ' ■ :■ 


.Mfcr 


T.ilarico r 1 . ; 


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Tedesco .\•.^U,^■■■■. .;,: 








Tcdesco John g. iiei: 


1 store 


Tolnrico .Sam mixed 


farming 


Wllkin.son J F mix. 


d farming 



rrie Diinc 
rrans Co 



barn boss Urewster 



FIFTY-NINE MILE HOUSE 

a r.Mdli rinse r.n the C.nriboo 



Dewbeiiy John road foreman 
T>iake Herbert elk Govt olllce 
indon C Graham eng CPU 
I'.ir.y .Mb.it V. Prov Constable 

I 1- " 1' lie I'l (F T> Thonilinson) 
1 ; 1 r ,. . , 1-,. L(d (K .\ and M .\ 
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CPR 



postmaster 



and ranch- 



FINLAY FORKS 

a P. O. and trading post at junction 
of the I'inlay and Parsnip rivers. In 
Foit Oeorge Prov. i:iec. Dist.. 11" 
I miles north of Fort St. James, on 
I Vand.rhoof and Foi t St. James wa- 
' eon road. It is also reached from 
Prince George bv way of the Willow 
1 P.iv.r route, an.l from F.dmonton. 
I Alta.. by Ih- Peace RUer. 
I I'errv Tims .\ ilep rcr .Mines Dept 



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AVKIGLKVS B. V. UinKCTOHY 



riRE VALLEY 



a settU-meut on Inonoakiii Ciock. on 
the northwest of Lower Arrow Lake. 
There is also a steam laii.Jins on 
the lako. 35 miles soutli ol Xakusp. 
Has public school. See iiaincs under 
Kdeewood. 

FIKLANDS 

a station on the C.P.r... Kootenav 
Central branch. 8 miles north of 
Athalmor. and 3',i miles west of Rad- 
ium Hot SprinKs. the P.O.. in Colum- 
bia Prov. IClec. Dist. See names under 
HaJium Hot Springs. 

riRVALE 

a farmintc s.ttlemcnt in llella Cot^la 
Valley. 3u miles east of 1;. lla Coola, 
in Prinre Rupeit Prov. l^ler. Dist.. 
reached by Unir.n SS. Co.' .s boats from 
Vancouver to i:.lhi Coola. thence by 
stace. .Niaiist tcloKraph olPice is at 
Atnarko. 2j miles. Hn.s .-■eventli Day 
Advpntlst church. Local resources: 
Krult and veRctable land, timber, big 
and small Kamc. trout tishiii^. trap- 
ping, etc. HaecnsborK is the P.O. 
Carpenter A J physician 
(iyllenspciz K farmlnp pacUIner 
Hober J W farminc Ken..ral store 
.lohnson V A farmlnR 
Klvett W C farming 

FISHERMAN 



; from Goldstream, in Esquimau Prov. 
j Klec. Diiit. Nearest C.P.R. telesjraph | 
I othce is at ilalahat. Address mail 
I via Coldstream P.O. 
I Duncan Mr farralnff I 

j Payne ilr farming I 

Ross Jlr farming 

i FLAGSTONE | 

a r. O. and farming settlement, 25 I 
miles south of IClko. in Fernia Prov.! 
Elec. Dist.. on C. N. Uy., no agent, j 
I business centre is LYrnie. ICootenay I 
! telephone, public school. Population. ! 
I 200. Local resources: Lumbering and I 
I farming. | 

j Abbey O A mixed farming 
1 Bagley Travis mixed farming ! 

Blackoy Harry copper mining 
Bruce Jim cattlo-ranching 
I IJrulottc Joe mixed farming 
I Downs Francis mgr Downs Lmbr Co 
I Downs Lumber Co !•" Downs mgr ' 
Ekloff John mixed fai 



Success 
Business 
Coll 



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irr rtoosville Ca.sh 
hoard 
farming 



LIS mixed farming and sec 
.vchool board 
exp strawberry farm and 



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Cinnd Forks I" 



i:icc. Dist. 



FISHEEMAN BAY 
a P. O. on the north end of Van- 
couver Lsland. 21 miles .•<nuthea^t of 
Shushartle. In Comox Prov. ICIec. 
Hist. Population of dl.'itrict about 
LM>0. Resources: Mixed farming and 
li.shing. 

Cape Scott Supply Co gen .«tore 
Vick Jas T-; posima.-stcr 
Wager AV K sec Cape Scott Farmers' 
Inst. 

FISHERMAN BAY 

a siiinrni r resort <in Howe Sound. 10 
nill< s west <■!' .North Vanrouvor. serv- 
ed by the P.C.K. Uy. JIas <;nvt. fle- 
phone service with Vancouver. 
.Vrgue AV P summer res 
lilowey J T summer res 
nrydon.-Ja.k Dr l" \V summer res 
Cnrnwath C H summer res 
Ca."pell 1-: summer res 

FISH LAKE 



Mads< 

P.M 

Malm A mixed farming 
McGulre U AV mixed farming 
Mitchell Fred mixcil farming 
N'olln Robt mgr R C Lmbr Co 
Parnell 'Jeo mixed farming 
Petterson tlust larming 
Phillips S mixed farming 
Rainbow Creek Lumber Co Robert 

Nolln mgr 
R C Jlission 
Roosvllle Cash Store A M IJlwiul 

mgr general store 
.'^lnl•lalr (' mixed farming 
Sinclair Jas mixed farming 
FLAT CREEK 



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Secretarial 
Combined 
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Accountancy 

Courses 

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Vancouver 



a mining camr 
C. P . K. main 
nieoillfwaet. 
Elec. Dist., 32 
stoke. 
FLATHEAD 


and flag station on 
line, u miles east of 
n Kevelst>.ke Pr.n 
miles east of R.vel- 


Adding f.iacliioe 
ol Canada. Ltd. 


a coal ai-'l •''■i ■' 
east of l.i' 1 
Dist. rn • 
outport or 1 
head via C' i 


~'i !■ t .'.; miles south- 

.1 1 . M,„. Prov. F.leo. 

• iiiing station 

-s mall Flat- 

1 ■■ in summer, and 



a summer and fishing resort. 22 inll.s 
southwest of Knmloops. the P.O. in 
Knniloops I'rov. i:iec. nist. Has Don> 
• lovt. long-distance telephone olllee 
and forest r.Ti.L-r. iu<,.i< auto road 


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a selll.nuiit 3 
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Roberts W eust.>m.s collector 
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FOCH 

(formerly called Olsen Lake), a P.O. 
and settlement between Pottel! Lake 
and Olsen Lake. IT miles from PMwell 
Kiver. in Comox Prov. Ll.-c L'ist , 
reached by launch from Powell }livcr 
every Tuesday and Saturdriy. Has 
public school. Population. m«. Local 
resources: LoKging. mixed fanning 
and mining. Good fishing and hunt- 
ing. 

Arnold Ell mixed farming 
Brooks-Iiidlake Cedar Co logging 
Chanscn August mixed farmin^- 
Corbet Thos prospector 
Gedulin Trtd mixed farming 
Ollbert Chas 1 arming logging 
C;otliard Henry >nixed farming 
Guichard Paul miN.d (arming 
JCennedy D G mining farming 
KIu.schlnskI Oscar mixed farniiMg 
I..asser O li farming sec school bd 

and PM 
Lasser Kobert mixed farming 
L.asser Walter mlx<il farming 
Leo Clarence logging 
Norton A mixed larinlng 
01.«en O K mixed farming 
I'etcrson Oscar farming losgins; 
ivtlto I'Icrre mixed farming 
IMlsson Th farming launch 
Powell JIls.s 1) 1 teacher 
Itolandl Jos farming lugging 

FORDE '■"*' 

a flag station on the C.P.U.. 12 miles 

we^l r>i (ioldi'n. In Columbia I'rov. 

Klcc. Dlst. Has .irhool and ml.s.*ion. 

Avery W ranching 

Baker Percy tiapplng 

r.eaumont Jas farming 

nroughton Martin fanning 

Punting Algy trapping 

IJutterlicld i:cx r.incliing Ilro ranger 

Coulton \Vm farming 

Peakin Win laiining 

Jiodsworth Geo iainiing 

r.ood Jas farming 

Hewitt Thos funning 

Hewitt Wm Inrming 

Hewitt Wm Jr larniInK 

Jnne.s W f.irmlMg 

Miulstrom .r..s larniiiig 

I.nnis.leii W rarniing 

Mavill H A f.nriil-^u 

-Mitchell Pert larrning 

St Martin Clirf fanning 

Seward W farming 

Shaw r, A farming 

Shaw r, M farming 

Thomas Alt larrning 

FOREMAN 



Cariboo road, in Lillooet Prov. Else. 
1 Dlst.. reached by stage from Clinton, 

on the P. G. E. Ry.. 70 miles. Popu- 
lation. 50. 

Archie Alex farming 

Auld F farming see school board 

Eecker Emile E farming 

Leaingfiekl Jos E ranching 
, Diss U, C farming 
I Lrown Oscar W farming 

Buzzell J J farming 
1 Casper Geo farming 
I Doyle li N pre-emptor 

Forest Grove Farmers' Inst T H 
Hamlin sec 

Gilmore A P farming - 

Goodrich Edward C farming 

Hamlin T Harold farming 

Jacobson Geo H farming 

John.son Andrew farming 

Lilly lilchard C farming 
I McDougall H 
j Mathews W AV farming 
: Maude F farming 
' Morgan C farming 
: Phillips .Mary A farming 
! Piatt G farming 

S.indhaek M ranching 



; T P. 



east of IMInee George, the P 
nearest telegraph ollice, In 
George Prov. Klcc. Dlst. 
Champaign N tie contr 
GIbbs W section foreman 
Gouthler .*c r.l.iiiM tie contrs 

FORESTDALE "■ 



FOREST GLEN 



FOREST GROVE 

a P. O. and ranching sctH 



|-r.-,l fai 
Harry 



Wilcc 

FORT CONNELLY 

an abandoned Hudson Pav Post. In 
the Casslar <llstri< t. at north end or 
Bear Lake. In latitude 5C. lnni;itud.- 
127. 100 mlle.s northeast of lla;:e!tc.M. 
Is frequented only by Indians. I>ur- 
ing summer Tnonths a few prosp'-o- 
tors make this a ilistributlng ponit 

FORT FRASER 

a l: O. and station on the G. T. P. 
Uy.. 373 miles cast oC I'rince llupert. 
on the Ne-h.iko Ulvcr. 2>i miles east 
of Fra.sor Lake. In Fort George Prov. 
Klec. Dlst. The country Is rolling, 
lightly timbered, good soil, excellent 
for mixed farming and stock rais- 
ing. Has Govt, telegraph and Govt, 
telephone lino, also G. T. P. tele- 
phone lino. OMlco ot Prov. Govt. 
.\gcnt. Land Commissioner Fort 
Frnser Land Bocording District. 
Sub-recorder Ominec.a Mining Divi- 
sion. Dominion Indian Agent. Farm- 
ers' Institute and public school. 
Anderson J D poultry and farming 
Anderson John farming 
Aslln Fred gen stori.< fur dealer and 

GTP tel opr 
Bennett S C see GWVA 
i;. I .-I..1! ii I !■ iv. -1 r.irmlng 



Claikc Fred ini\e.l l.irming 
Dahl A C stock-raising 
Krhorn Wm mixed f.irmlnc 
Fort Eraser Farmers' Inst J P 

Myers sec 
Eraser Fred t;ovt agent mlnins 

recorder 
I'reeman G 1) mixed farming 
Giiiord Thos mixed farming 
<:\VV.\ S <• Meiin.lt sec 



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Co sec 



line 



JIvers J P msrr Wrigh 

Fort Frascr Farmers' Ir..-t 
Nachbar A G mixeJ I'arniing 
Xechako Hotel S V Telteniore 
Xiclson AntoiJie mixeO r.irming 
Xorlin A B mixed farming 
Prudente Geo farming 
Reeves C K sec school board 
liobertson John stock and farm 
Rorlson A mixed farming 
Hoss John S school teacher 
Schmltz John mixed farming 
Seldon Li K Govt tel operator 
Shaw Jas S mixed farming 
SpiUer Wm mixed farming 
Sutherland Joachim mixed farr 
Sutherland John mixed farm'ini 
Sutherland J'eter mix.d farming 
Sutherland Simon niix.d farming 
Tangedahl O C stock-raising 
Tannock Jos )l Govt clerk 
Tettemore S V prop Xechako Hotel 
Tranklc Chas mixed farming 
Trulson Jos farming 
\Vand Harry mixed farming 
White Walter W poultry farming 
Williamson Wm mixed farming 
AVorthlngton Harry farming 
AVrlght Investment Co J 1' Myers 

mgr farm Implements faim lands 

and insurance 
FORT GEORGE 

(Sec also I'rince George and South 
Fort George) a I'. U.. west of Trinre 
George, two miles west of the junc- 
tion of the Xechako and Fraser 
Rivers, in Fort George I'rov. Klec. 
Dist. Is an ideal residential localitv 
on account of its pure air. elevated 
situation and shelter from cold winds 
and the exceeding beauty of Its scen- 
ery. It Is the be.st possible ba.sc for 
the hunter of big game, which abound 
in the district. Has I're.xbvterlan 
church and public school. I'opula- 
tlon, 130. Resources: Farming. 
Albee I.< timber criil.<ier 
Alford C K mixed farming 
Andrews IJros mixid larmlns- 
Andrews JllclTinl mixed farming 
Hauch Oscar cnri.tit.r 
r.cachani John poiilir> -farming 
Becvar H J mixed farming 
Bccvar J C mixed farming 
Behm Lewis ganlcncr 
Bennett A K mixed farming 
Bennett N F, .-iliop emi> C.TV 
Bennett W R dairv farming 
Bishop I{obt mixed farniing 
Bonney P S dist forester 
Bontez Louis carpenter 
Brace Thomas coal miner 
Braun Kd emp Govt land oiHce 
Braun Minnie clerk Jas Jlunro Ltd 

Pr Geo 
Brcose Wm tcnmster 



li. 



riitclur Lucilu cleik Jas .Miinro I.t.l 

Fr Geo 
rutl.T r.obt mnl foreman 
Cahi'k V, H carp. nt. r 
f.nrsoi, Wm m.-,rh helper GTP 
CENTKAI. CASH STORrS. E T 
riowcr ITop. OrocorlCB and Con- 
fectionery. 



ilord C 



ipper 



Flower E T prop Central Cash Stoi.s 
l'!i;\ver IVank auto mechanic 
Flower John retired 
Fort Ceorge Farmers' Institute C AV 

Moore sec 
Fort George Waterworks Jas Munro 

mgr 
Foster George freight clerk GTP 
Fraser Monte trapper 
Freeman Geo mixed farming 
Gagne F J mgr auto dept Harper 

Gross Ltd Pr Geo 
Gaul 11 K of Booth & Gaul. Pr Geo 
J tie contr at Foreman 



<,;rai! 



W tear 



Gregg Walter land surv 
<;regory Benj mfr aerated waters 
Hager Rev Wm Baptist minister 
Hartley George mixed farming 
Harvey J W mixed farming 
Heineman Harry mixed farming 
Henderson John farming and sheep 
Heme T W Govt apt 
Hill Herbert emp GTP 
Hill John engineer waterworks 
Hohler Steve mixed farming 
Himter Ah X Prov forest ranger 
Jackson <; A mixed farming 
Kenyon F mgr Pr George Co-op Assn 

Ltd I'r Geo 
Klllorin D wood merchant 
Kling Otto mi.xed farming 
Kinn.on Juhn omp waterworks 



SUN 
JOE 
Pres! 



;es 



tter 



r I I : rmaker's helper GTP 
.1,1 ' ' tllcsmith at Dome Creek 

i I,' • ■:■: vulcanizcr. Pr Geo 

M ■ . • rnp F P Burden 

i .McIi'iUi.-:i!l 1> land surv 
I .McK.iv Hnuh mixed farming 
I McKenzic Geo emp Carlton & Fetter 
I .Maiiahan J A painter. Pr Geo 

Mann, r J B farmer and plasterer 
I M.-llum K mixed farming 
I Montgomery G R prin Fort George 
; school 

! Moore C W goat breeder 
I Moore W C mixed farming 
i Mimro Jnmi'S mgr Fort George Wa- 
] terworks 

NIven Peter marine engineer 
I Oliver George emp GTP 
' Oliver Mrs G L sec school board 
I Ovasko Geo )>ot.Tto farming 
I Peters K S sherlfl". Pr Geo 

Peters W J asst PM 

Phillips Harry J frt elk GTP 

PooUv Rob. rt drayman 

F'ooloy Samuel planing mill 

Raftcrty Rose teacher 

Robertson H IC A County Court Judge 

.•^i-hMi.r J consir enp 

Slii.Tnr F J real est. Pr Geo 

Sh.ai.r J A r.al est notary and PM 

Sp. nrc- Jain.^s timber scaler 

SI. 11.11.1 .lamos mixed farming 

St. V . n« F tie maker 

Stinin;;H.tt W A comp Citizen. Pr 

Siit'l!. il.T.ul Pavld mixed farming 



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FOET GEAHAME 

a tiading r'O't of lludf^oirs Bny Co., 
on the I'indlay River. C5 miles iionli 
of its junction with the Peace River, 
and south of latitude 57, longitude 
125. 

Fox AVin sub-minin(r recorder 
Hudson's IJay Co W'm Fox nigr sen 
store 

FOET HALKETT 

on the Liard Rivci-. lat. CO and long. 
12S. 

FOET LANGLEY 

See Langley Fort. 
FOET McLEOD 

a trading post of the- Hudson's Eay 
Co.. at tlie nortli enil of JIcLcod 
Lake, due north of I'rince tJcorgc. 
and 90 miles norlh<a.-<t of Fort St. 
James. In the Foit Ceorgc Prov. Klec. 
Dist. Address mail I'oi t .Mcl-iod. via 
Fort St. James post ollice irt.m Octo- 
ber to April and via Prince George 
May to September 
Hudson's Hay Co T Haminett mgr 

gen store 
Holder Geo r.inchlng 

FOET NELSON 

a Hudson's Pay Co. post in the nnrth- 
• ast of l;. C, Lair.l ilistrict. and on I 
tiK- Nelson Ulver at junction of Si- I 
Uanni lilvcr, near latitude 5'.i. longi 



ing I'o Ltd A G 



Murdock Chas fan 
Hurray Alex C su 
Prince Francis far 
Prince John farmi 
Prince Jos mixed 
Ray Jas 

Rellag O farming 
Roberts Gulf dairy 
Robert.s John 
Rosette Saml 
Smith J farming 
Snoskee Steve trai 
Stephens Frank 
Taclii Stock & Tr: 

HamilloM mgr grn si>.re 
Sullivan Fiank mining 
Sullivan M farming 
Sutton A H fur buyer 
Vashon J farming 
Walkn J mixed farming 

FORT ST. JOHN 

a P. O. and settlement on the Peace 
River, near centre of the 3.500.0UO- 
acro Peace Kiver RIock of the ]>om. 
Govt., in Fort George I'rov. Kl.c. l>ist. 
The ntarest railway point is Spirit 
llivcr, Alta.. on the E. D. & li. C. Ry., 
di-stant HO miles. Is serveil by 



stoa 



of 



Ri 



General 
Brokerage 



FORT RUPERT 

a trading post on the northeast of 
Vancouver Island, :, miles southeast 
of Port Hardy, thr^ P. O.. and :;2 
northwest of Alert Ray. and distant 
230 miles from Vancouver. 
Cadwallader H T general store 
FORT ST. JAMES 
c known as Stuart I.nke by llom. 
Govt. Telegraphs) a P. O. and vil- 
lage .Tl thf foot of Stuart I-ake. 43 
inil.s ii.iitl u. .St of Vanderhonf. Oii 
t!,.' G 1 1'. Ry., in Fort Georg,- 
iiw. i:i,,- List., reached by stag.- 
Iri.Mi Wm.i. rlioof. Olhce of sub- 
lecorder Unilnecn Mining IHvision. 

1 I'opulatlon. 4IHJ. Has local telephone. 
Itoman Catholic mission. I.,ocal re- 

I sources: Farming, trai)plng and lish- 



ment Corpn. and 


he N 


orthcri 


T 


,i,is- 


portation Co. ili 


ring 


siimii 


ir. 


aii' 


has stage conncil 










Has IJom. CJovt 


■iv- 


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1 


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Sub-olllce of Honi 


Lan 


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of CI. 






stably R. C. Pol 


ice. 


•'ort .- 




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Dist.: Mining Re 


cord.- 


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e' 




Mining Division, 


and 


Sub-I 


lee 


J Mill 


Omineca Mining 1 


)ivlsi 




IS 


.\ng- 


lican church and 


two 


.'ui>iic 


school.< 


Speci:il opportunity he 


■c for 


•oi 


tabh 


sawmill. Local 








icul- 


turc. principally 


nixe. 


farm 


ng 




Adams C farmini. 










Ale.vander C lam 


iiig 








.Vlexand.r C i; f 


irmii 








Alexander Wni f; 


mil 11 








Alexander AV 1" 1 










Ambro.se Albirta 


farn 


hig 






Anderson E G fa 










Rarker Robt fan 


ling 








R.irli.n i; V. V.w-n 


inu 









Confidence 

Invited 

Incomes 

Increased 



ferry. 



far 



I'.r.M.ks CI, a- J farming 
Rryson A J farming 
Rurns A farming 
Cadenhead H A larinln 
Ca.hiili. a.l Mis II A tr;i 
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(■ • i; V. farmlii 



Phones: 
Sey. 5262-3 



VANCOUVER 



I n.iiiiiUon A G mgr T S & T C> 

' Hoy 1> II pool and prospector 
Hudson's I'.ay Co W D Fras. i 

' gen store 

! U'rater W r.irmlng 
IvMioih Alex 
.M.-.MUiur N.il farm in - 



i;.d.t fa 
m I, far 

•laiU y.\ 



WBIGLEVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



FOKT STEELE 



I — — ■ 

Fraser H farming 

Freeman Ja!= A Piov Constable 

Freer Geo K farming 

Oladyz W P farming 

Graham Wm farming- 

Grover R C forming 

Guimen Guy farming 

Guimen N A farming 

Gulmcn W farming 

Gunnoll Isaac farming 

Hanson Herman farming 

Hart K J farming 

Herald H W farming 

Holland A farming 

Holland C farming 

Holmes Geo farming 

Hudson's Bay Co F W Buatton fac- 
tor trad<'rs and gen store 

Jack A farming 

Johnson A farming 

Keaser C farming 

Keaser Harry farming 

Kelly Wm J nm-r I'cace Itivr <;..1.1 
Dredging Co 

King Robt W farming 

Klrkpatrlck Goo farming 

Kloss W farming 

Kroff Chas farming 

Lambert 51 farming 

Loomis L A farming 

I^yons B J farming 

MacDonalil A farming 

MacF.wan Wm farming 

MacLoan Neill V rnncliliie 

MacT..-llan I-oslie farming 

MnrMillan K K farming 

Xlaguiro I-oftus W farming and P.M 

Marsh A farming 

Martin Clayton farming 

Miller Wm laimli.g 

MInaker Glrn farming 



Moir Chas K far. 


lini 




Jlontgomcrv ^\■m 


fai 


iiii 


Mowirk Ivor A f.-i 


rm 


nr 


Nichols Frank farml. 


(' 


Noyes Edw farm 


ng 




f>KlUle U J farming 




Paine H farming 






Paling K J ranchi 


ng 








■ill 


Kelly mgr 






Phillips Harry fa 






I'ortfT Arthur W 


far 





FORT STEELE 

a P. O. OM the Kootenay 
mouth of \\"iia Huis^ Cr. 

the c. P. i:. Ci. ; ;. ; 

13 miles nortlie;i- 
160 south of Go! ;; - 

graph. Kooteii:i\ \ . 
Agent Dom 1 '. ; ■ 
Kootrnay pi-t: . : 
stable. Sub-lieou. : . . • 



uairs 
Con- 
Min- 




mining are carried on in the district. 

Population. I'iO. 

Alexander Andrew farming 

Attree K H L prop Ft S Garage 

Alt re, i; P 

li.ik.r Co .-^ elk Ft S T Co 

i:^iri,.s T mixed farming 

L;lni,.uie F mgr Ft S T Co 

inumneiiau.r J It agt CPU 

Horthwick Marion school tchr 

Cameron Coli?i farming 
Cam. ron I) G catth^-ranc hlng 
Campbell Jos of Campbell \- Mvcrs 
Campbell & flyers fjos Campbell 

John Myers) .sawmill 
Carlin Wm < attl.-ranching 
Cooper F W tattle-ranching 
Dewar D labour 
I>oylc Al livery blksmith stock 
Fort Steele Farmers" Inst G S Uaker 



• ExclasiTC Designs 

j Garbs 

For All Purpoii 



GREETING 
CARDS 



I Papeteries 

7 Gift Boxes of 
I Stationery 



\\- 


tirl. ^■ 


Roont 


V .S' 






Pavar 


1 J f 


Shidh 


r 11 






Smith 


llos 


Taylo 


• P... 



Fort Steele Garage E 

prop 
Fort Steele Trading Co F Dinmore 

mgr gen Srtore ami lmplcmcnt.s 
Francois Francis farming 
Galbralth i: I.. T Indian agt sec 

school board JP 
Gamble Pla. er Mining Co H Gamble 

mgr 
Geary Geo liveiy freighting 
Glen John farming 
Grez A J daily farming 
Hayes J H mix. d farming 
llay.s J H lumber ties ami JP 
Howard Frn.st prop Windsor Hotel 
Imperial Hotel j! w Werdcn prop 
Innoi-ent A niixfd farming 
Jo.-i.ph Chris farming 
Kelly J daily farming 
Kershaw H postmaster 
Kershaw H * Son gen store 
I.lddlcoat H teamster 
M.(■..^ M ti:,Ml-tt;r 



UC l.r„l>;,. li j;„ck (Hull Iliv 
! John of Campbell &- Jlyer.-J 



^"^" ! Leather Goods 



Ivory Manicure 
Sets 



pii 



rmlng 



farm 1 11 
lines Laborer 
Is Chas carp and contr 
.... J..S c:irden.-r 
-n .1 X .lairy farming 



FORT SHEPPARD 



W n 

II G p. 
II l:.ii 



.to livery 
'constable 



Abrrnethy mgi 



VoIIand's Chil- 
dren's Gift Books 

Framed Mottoes 

Hallowe'en 
Specialties 

Birthday and 
Friendship Cards 

Weddings and 
Congratulations 

Birth 
Announcements 

Memorial Cards 



Western 

Specialty 

Limited 

572 Granville St. 
VANCOUVER 



FORT STEELE 



\vj;iGLi:;y« b. c. diuectory 




HIBBEN-BONE BIdg. 
1117-1121 
Liogley Street 

VICTORIA 



'Keep Smiling" 



VASS 

Wm. II. Va»5.D.C. 
Kobcria A. Va.,. 

D.C. 

( *-. v.r GraJuatcjA 



S0f..507 

r • Collon niJe 



VANCOUVER 



Wlrth John plumber and contr 
Woodland J W blksinith and woodwkr 
Wright Robt farmins 

rOSTHALL 

a steamer landing on the C. P. R., 
Columbia River water route. Arrow 
Lako steamer.", between .Vrrowhead 
and West liobson 

FOTJRTH CABIN 

a repair station of Dom. Govt, tele- 
graph line. 100 miles north of Hazel- 
ton, the P. O.. In Omineca Prov. K\ec. 
Dlst.. reached by trail from Hazelion. 
Only residents are teb't-raph opeiator 
and 



FOURTH OF JXJLY 
a flap .station on G. N. Ry.. Phoenix- 
Grand Porks branch. 10 miles north- 
west of Grand Fork.«. the P. O.. in 
Grand Forks I'rov. Elcc. Pist. 
r.assett J J ranchini? 
Carruthers Stewart ranchins 
Hanmer John ranrhinc 
HarrlKan — ranchins 
Jacobs Mr ranching' 

FRANCOIS LAKE 
a P. O. and farmlnir district on north 
.shore oi Francois Laki-. In Omineca 
I'rov. Kk-c. Pist.. reached by state 
from lUirns \.nke. the nearest rail- 
way ami telei;rapli point, on th'> G. 
T. P. Itv.. <Iistant II miles cast. Has 
local teicplwiiie. olllcc of Prov. Police 
Constable. AnKllcan church and Govt, 
ferry. 

.\tklnson II ferryman ranchinp 
.\tkinson Jas farming 
Atkinson T ferryman ranchlnc 
H.irtlett A G ferryman ranclilnt- 
licnch E A ferryman ranchini; 
Prown Albt K farmlnjr 
Chapman John A farmini,- 
Clvdc Geo farminc 
Collier J D mlx.-d farmlnc 
Connor A storeUpr ranchipitr 
Culp Geo farmine 
Dotson Kmry Jl farming 
Rrlckson Chas farmiiiir 
IVnton Michael larmlne 

I I'ordc I.. O cattle farmlnir 

1 Francois Lake Farmers' Irist N" F 

I Nourso sec Uurns Lake 
Gerckers John C farmlni: 

I Harris W D cattle farmlnc 

I Haven C n mixed farminc 

\ llenUel J W dairy farminc 
H.r.trvi\ P. H mixed farminc 
Hr-wett H mixed farmlnff 



I. iir.v J M mixo.l farminc 

Jeffrey Roht R farminc gen store 

.nnd PM 
Jeffrey P.nbt P. Jr farmlnc 
Jeffrey Wm .S farminc 
Jefir.y Wm W farminc 
Jenkins A mixcil farminc 
Johnson Wm O f.irminc 
Johnston Andw farminc 
Johnston Goo H larmlnc 
Kerfe F mixed farminc sawmill 



Parkinson S C ferryman ranching 

Peterson P.obt C farming 

Pinkcrton Allan farming- 

Pinkerton Fred farming » 

Profntt E farming 

Prosser R D gen store farming 

Pugil Mr farming 

Ramsay A L farming 

Ratclilfo E farming 

Robbins J farming 

Robinson S farming 

Shong Jas farminc and carp 

Smith John farming 

.'Jnodcrass J H farming 

Stephen Thos farming 

Swen.son Simon farminc 

Van Zantcn J mixed farming 

Wacner Geo farminc 

Weidner Adam farminc 

Woodcox Messrs oprs Kecfe sawmill 

FRANKUN CAMP 

a mining camp on north fork of Ket- 
tle River, 43 miles north oi Grand 
Forks, the P. O.. and :>'> above Lynch 
Creek, the terminus of the K. V. Ry.. 
connected by good auto road. Glos- 
ter. 2 miles distant, is the townsite 
name. Population, 20. 
Johnson Lewis mcr L'nlon Mine 
, Maple Leaf Mines Ltd If W Young 
I mgr copper silver plat cold 
I Union Mine Lewis Johnson mgr gold 
• silver 

: Young H W mgr 3Iaple Leaf Mines 
' Ltd 

1 FRASER 

I a siding on the W. P. & Y. roiite. :S 



FRASER ARM 

a P . O. on the north arm of the 
Fraser River, 3 miles west of Now 
Westminster, In P.urnaby municipali- 
ty. Prov. Elec. Dist. of New West- 
minster, reached by i:. C. Electric 
Ry. Has Methodl.st mission. Popu- 
lation. 100. I-ocal resources: Farm- 
inc. fruit-growing and lumber manu- 
facturing. 

Rpvan Wm farming 
Polton Richard municipal treasurer 
Pcckcet Otto bee-keeping 
El-Par Ranch H W P.arker prop coats 
Elliott Rev Wm JKthodlst mission 
Glnnlt Mat fisherman 
Gray Clem bce-keepinc 
Greenland John flshinc 
Hakaca August llsherman 

1 Harcourt Frank 

I Helllman Carl (Ishlnc and bees 

I TloUngus John llsherman 

I Henderlckson Isaac I'lsherman 
Hill Mrs M A musu- teacher 
Howell W electrician 
Jacobson Felln tl'^h. rman 

I Lockala John iisheii,,,in 

I McConncll Mrs cenf r.il store 

1 McGregor D C farming 
MacKle Alex mason 



.«on P.mnl.l 
Merer P.enn farmii 
Milllngton John siir 
Milton K fisherman 
Murphy J R mill m 
Nell Alex poultry r 
N. Ison Nilo lisli. in 



L-tired 



\vKrGLi:vs li. c. dik?:ctory 



FRENCH CEEEK 



Quan Koy frult-srowinfr 

Richmond Chas S farming- 

ItoJgers Edward logging: 

Roy Peter farming and bics 

Shull Shingle Mill Uoundary road 

Skinner J A ranching and PJI 

Urquhart John^ farming 

Walker Geo trapper 

Warren Peter farming and stock 

Winstanley Rros farming 

Wong Tee farming 



JRASER LAKE 

a farming and lisliing settleiiicnt at 
west end of Fraser Lake (J4 miles 
long), on the G. T. P. Ky.. 4 miles 
east of Stcllaco. the P. O.. at junc- 
tion of the Stellaco and Kndako 
Rivers, 3C0 miles east of Prince 
Rupert, 150 northwest of Quesnel. 190 
miles southeast of iluzoltoii and 7 
miles east of Kndako. 
Bralthwalte John farming and cattle 
Gallos G section foreman 
Gerhard Geo fisherman 
Goodall Ed cattle unJ farming 
Mcintosh Rros farming and cattle 
McMeekin Mrs Jas farming and cattle 
Peters B S cattle and farmine 
Kodwell — farming 
Wfb.-iter & i:iack nifrs rough and 
drested lumber and logging 

FRASEE MILLS 

a P. O.. town and niunleip;ilily, on 
Kraser Jtivcr, 3 ••! miles from New 
Westminster, In Pro\. KIcc. Dist. of 
Dcwdney. rc.irhed by C. P. U. and 
)J. C. Elcc. Rys. Has C. P. Tele- 
graph. Population. HUO. Local re- 
source?: Lumber manufacturing, 
veneer, sash, doors and shingles, low- 
ing. 
Campbell A\' H councillor and school 

trustee 
Canadian Tugbot Co Ltd towing 
Canadian Western Lumber Co lAd 

mfrs ilr spruce cedar hemlock and 

pin. 



McEwen J 
McQueen J 
Mackin H J 
MacKinnon C 
Mad ore H 
Mndore L 
Marcellin B 

i Marshall D A 
Marshall U H 
Nelson G 
Osborne W 
Paquette K 
Pare J P 

I Pare V 
Palrick V v: 

' Pickering E 
Pickering T 
Polricr O 
Poirier T 
Rebautad K 
Rhodes C E 
P.icliter C 
RIchter !•■ 
Ryan J 
Ryan T 1' 



.SchiiTke C 
Scubey X 
Sequin D 
Simpson J 
Soule A J 
Spoileres E 
Stewart A J 
Stewart G G 
Stone L J 
Tabor C 
Troop W A 
Troutman J 1 
L'rquhart D 
Valuers R 
Wale C H 
Warrcnder J 
Weiser H 
Welch A 
Welch H 
Wright Jas 
Young A 
Yc 



M J 



Fraser Mills Sash & Door Factory Ltd 

Goo.llellow J ponmasier 

Slarkin H J as.-^t mgr Canadian West- 
ern Lumber Co Ltd 

Ryan T F mill supt 

Scott R II phys and reeve Fiascr 
; Mills di.strict 
1 Simpson J school trustee 
! Stewart A J supt sawmill 
i Stewart G G 



FRASER RFVER JTJNCTION 

at i 



niction < 
illo east 
|De«,l, 



Nf 



.f C. X. n. and G. N. R.. 
of N-.\v Westminster, in 
>v. LUe. Dlst. See names 
Westminster. 



lOmployees of 


the 


Canadian W< 


Lumber Co. 


Ltd.: 


.Mlsbury J E 




Eastman K S 


.\ng.los II 




Kllwood K J 


Kalley W 




Erickson H 


Uanford J 




Farden J 


IUII.«le J 




neury Y 


lienn.tt F W 




Fournicr G 


PlaKe F 




Franks K 


Itoil.au L 
Holl.au R 




Gallaher K 
Gauthler Ti 


r.ou.her L 




Gauthlrr P 


Roiithot r 




fiikns N 


lloiilliot C 




Goodfellow J 


I!o\ithot J 




Gregory H 


Itoutliot P 




Hammond J 


Hoiitliot W 




Hansen 1! 


i;,iiM.-t .T A 




Ilanserolh 11 
Hendeison J 


c'iimJi'. 11 W I 




lligghts 11 


c.Hl-..,, A 
<Mrl-..u .1 




Hodge A 
Hoydem J 



FBASEBS 

a Dom. Govt, long distance telephone 
olllce. 32 miles from Kamloops. and 
2 from Stump Lake, the P. O. 
Fraser Jas rancher and tel agt 

FRASERTOWN 

a farming settlement on Fraser Lake, 
distant 1-s mile from Eraser Lake 
village. See names under Fraser 
Uike. 

FREDERICK 

I a (lag siding on the C. N. Ry on the 
' Frederick ranch. 8 miles west of 

Tranqullle. the P. O., and 11 west 

of Kamloops, in Kamloops Prov. Elcc. 

Dlst. 

Frederick C R farming 



FRENCH CREEK 

a faiinlfig settleme 
of Parksvl 



Hugh, s C X 



Johnson H 
.lohnson J 1 
Kay J 
Keefer B 



ettlem.nt. 1 '.^ miles west 
li'. In .\lbrrni Prov. Eloc. 
t., re.nrlud bv stage from Parks- 
e. Iho nearest P. O.. r:iilw:iy and 
Kr:iph (C P. It.) point. Popula- 
1. l.'.o. Anglican church and pub- 
school. 

iir- Itobt mixed farming 
ne A C ranching 
It. y MaJ Kobt C E F retired 
.lui.x Rev Harry V Ang clergy- 



is ]> 



Mr printer 
Le. II R 

Lee Win II fruit fnrr 
Lowry Jas mixed far 
Jlatterson S resident 



Cassidy's 

'UMITED 

MAXUFACTLREKS 

- JOBBERS 
ANDRETAILERSOF 

Fine China 
Crockery 
Glassware 
Vitrified 
Hotel Ware 
WEAR-EVER 

ALUM INUM 

TRADE MARK 

Wear - Ever 

Aluminum 

Cooking 

Utensils 



PYREX 

Transparent 
Ovenware 



ELITE 
CUT CLASS 

Community 
Silverware 

Dolls & Toys 

929-33 
Granville Street 
VANCOUVER 



FRENCH CREEK 



WKIGLKV'S P.. C. BlIiECTOKV 



Hotel 

Westholme 

VICTORIA 



The 

Up-Town 

Businessman's 

Hotel 



Hotel 

Westholme 

VICTORIA 



Paik C I", lancliins 

Parks J E road I'oreinan 

Ponsford Guy AV mixed farming 

Rickard Mr retired 

rtumour ilr ranciiinsr 

Sanderson Mr ranching 

Scott -W itiixe.l tarniing 

Stanhope J mixed farming 

Stanhope AV mixed larming 

Tyron .Mrs C Jl 

Wilson Mrs K H nurse 

Wood !■; J I'armine 

Wright Collier J i; C retired 

FRIENDLY COVE 

a landinsr on \ve«t coast of Vancouver 
Island, in Alb-rni Prov. IClec. Dist.. 
reached b\" C. P. !:. 



c; distance telephone 
from Kamloops. the 
anil 2': miles from 
P.O. 
iier and tel agt 



Murchic Vincent J ranching 

Murray Dominic section man 

Nipkow W"m farming 

Ody Frederick ranching and dai 

Ody Tlio.s farming 

Page Leo ranching 

Penfold T farming . 

Powne AVm A ranching 

Rasandcr Richard J ranching 

Reiman Geo !•' ranching . 

Roon Thos 

Ross Geo fruit ranching 



Mr 



Friskiii J 
FROEK 



.Myrtle I'olii 



Sawvell John summer resort and 

picnic grounds 
Sawvell .John ranching 
Selfe K J sec So Kootenay Farmers' 

Inst 
Sharp Walter farming 
Shulli Geo moved to Waneta 
South Kootenay Farmers' In.stitute li 

J Selfe sec 
Stainthorpe Robt farming 
Suselbuck AVm ranching 
Tincois Miss S G ranching 
Var.seveld i;ros Lumber Co M J Var- 

si v.1.1 im,'r intrs cedar lir hemlock 

A'.' -I I • 1 k timbcrmau 
V..;. . - , timberman 

A ' .-■■ timberman 



FRUITLANDS 

a fruit-growing and residential .set- 

llcment on the Thompson liiver. 1 

mile west of Kamloops. Also known 

as North Kamloop.s. See names under 

K'amloop.s. 

FRUITVALE I 



B.C. 

Tailoring 
Co. ! 

F.STABLISllri) PIO \ 



; .1 !• CI. and station on the G. X. Uy., j 
I .V.lsuii ,v iM.rt Shepperd branch. 19 ! 
1 mil. .s ironi .\, l.-..n. in Trail Prov. , 
I lOlec. Di.'t. 11.. l; .' .nid Kom. (iovt. ' 
! long di.-t.H . ■..;. I, .,„.■. Anglican 
! church, ii.i . I Population. 



I'.arrett A\ ru A 
Cath Albert J i 
t;ell J I- 1). ■.-!.. 



lit 



rich- 



L A DIES' 

and 

MEN'S 

TAILORS 

Importers 
of Fine 
Woolens 

128 

llastinnsStreclE. 
VANCOUVER 



li Ku 1 1 J gen store ami l'.\l 

■ i: l.uniing niKl sec school board 
brook Fred ranching 
Is Howard C nigr Fruilvalc Tiad- 



dlng on the C. P. R. 
.ardo water route, 
• steamers, 10 miles 
the P. CV, in Kaslo 
t Fry Creek is IK 
■1 runs into northeast 



FULFORD HARBOR 

an inlet and steanur landing on 

the Islands Prov. Klec, Dist., leacherl 
by the C. P. U. Victoria-Ganges 
Harbor route, from Victoria. Hax 
Dom. Govt, telegraph station and 
local telephone. See additional na^ues 
under South Salt .Spring, the V. O. 
Akerman G K fainiing and JP 



'oh- .\ II farming . 
■uoke A W t.-.-uluT 
)a>kln Fulford llshiiig 
Mwards j; P gen store 
'urness G farming 
•urness -W J farming 
ireen }I S farming 
lyves JI farming 
lamillon -W J A farmi 
lamllton W J I. mixed 
UN F farming 
lln.iult A farming 
lor. I .1 fanning 
a.U.-on T .M r.nrning 



\vi!k;ley-s v.. c. dirf-Ctoky 



GALLOWAY 



ITii.- H farminc 

I'»-i.l T farming 

Keiiman G E farming and JP 

Sliaw- J J dairy fanning 

Sparrow J farmlne 

Tebbs Mrs 

Treazi Adolph- lopging 

rSTE 

See Fife, the correct name. 
GABRIOLA ISLAND 
a P. O. and Island in Gulf of Geor;;ia. 
opp. Nanalmo. in tlie Islands Prov. 
K\fc. Dlst.. reachod by C. P. Ti. steam- 
ers. Nearest t<?Iegraph ollicc. C. P. 
II.. at Nanaimo. distant 12 miles. 
Population. IfiO. Ila.s Presbyterian 
church and public school. I^ooal re- 
sources: Mixed farming. Has Govt, 
telephone. 

Chappie Jos laborer 
Chappie Wm farming 
Cox John farming lumber nifr 
Cox John Jr lumbering 
Cox Wm lumbering 
Crocker Abrah.-\m laborer 
Degncn Edward laborer 
IVignen I'rank farming mail carrier 
Degnen Ja.s dairying 
rJegnen Kobt f.irming | 

Dcgnen Thos farming 
Dognen Tlios Jr farming ! 

Kdgar Mark farming 
Klgle A farming 

Kinnamore Harry labon-r | 

l'"innamore Wm laborer i 

Gabrlola Brlik & Shale Pro<luct.'< Co 
Ltd U \y Campbell general mgr 
mfrs red pris.«.d shale facing brick 
Oalbralth John carpenter 
Goodall Win hibr.rer I 



Mc.Vulcy A hunters guide 

McDonald H G 

Mclnto.'^li P dairy farming 

Mcintosh il ranching 

McRae X raiicliing 

Milligan K W cattle ranching 

Mills J small fruits 

Montgomery J farming 

Rayson H C farming 

Soles J V poultry-raising 

Stewart C farming , 

Thatcher Rev E G Anglican clergy j ^ 1 

Thatcher F ranching j \ji 

GALIANO 



P. O.. 



ling 



Holland \V ."^ 
Hume John I. 
.Tolly Chas farming 
Jolly Kdward farmin 
Jolly Jas W farming 
lurlct \Vm farming 
Law Robt faiiiMnc 



P.M 



McC. 
.Atinr 



rerrmg Cha.« lal>orer 
IVtcrson Geo laborer 
Peterson Henry T farming 
Peterson Itobt farming 
Place John lui.iing 



\\ I 



.Sh,\' 



s..iith 



lining 



Silva Johr. i.im, 
.-Jilva John Jr I 
Sllva Jos trappe 
Treeent A E sheep-ralsliig 
It H farming 



Dr. 
T. 

endon 

M 
O 
O 
D 

Y 

"The 

Gentle 

\ Dentist" 

! Offices: 

lamling name, on Victoria- 
aVia;;o?''the°p"o. ""'^ ."•■""", D A W S O N 

I BLOCK 

1 (Corner Main and 



one of the Gulf Islands, and 
opposite I-idysmitli on east coast 
Vancouver I.sland. in the Islands 
Prov. Klec. Liist.. reached bv C. P. R. 
steamers to Sturdy's Wharf. Has 
oilice of I'rov. As.sessor and Collec- 
tor Gnliano Island District. Has tele- 
phone. Anglican church and public 
school. Local resources: Farming 
and fruit-growing, 
liellhou.se Ada and Kate 
nellhouse John farming 
Uest ("apt Victor C 
n.-.-t Winifr.ii fanning 
Jlurrill i;ros gen store ranchers 
Cayzer Alfred farming 
Enke .M fainiing and cattle-raising 
Gray John 1> larming 
Gray & .<iMi.-. K.neial store 
Harris Han.ll \V bookkeeper 
Head Albert farming 
Hicks l-ie.lerlck \V teacher 
lr»ine IMwaid C postmaster 
MrCovkrle W mixed farming 
.Maicheson 1- inlay A farming 
-Morgan Cy:il <; V farming 

I .MuMo.- Edwin resident 
Xcw Arthur farming 

!ii|.«on John li.-herninn 

I I*nce Joseph C Prov .\ss.ssor and 

I Collector and JP 

. Page Stanley farming 

' Radford Edward resident I 

, Robblns Chas s resident I 

Schoones Pros resident* 



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GALLOWAY 



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GALENA 



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•. O. on the c. 

es southeast of Golden, the bnsi- I 
•< centre. l>i miles fron\ Spilli- 
■ henp. on the C. p. p.. Cranbrnok- 
•lon line. In (Vdumbia Pr.iv. i:iec. 
[. Has Govt, teleidione. Local 
■>'r.vs: Mining and farminc. 
•■n T s.iwniill and farming 



a P . O. and station on the C. P R 

Crows .Vest line. 26 mile* southwest 
, of Fernle. 37 northeast of Cranbrook. „ .. , 

and 7 west of Elko, hi IVrnle Prov • Hastings) 

I Elec. ni.-t. N.arest teleeraph station ! 
j s 1 P. R -a Elko. Has Kootenay i; 

tell phone. Local resources: I,ogging. VanPnilVPt" 
I <iuart2 mining and farming VallLUUVCI 

tend AV I: mgr A MacDonalJ & 



W lannin 



eron Kobt farming 






1 Robt laborer ami 


poultry 




1 Mrs Sara .•.cli....l t 






g Jas supt logging 
t John l.iUirer 


liiin' 


"If it hurts 


11 by E V 






ison John ranching 
V Wm H i.uirhlnc 




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PLANS AND 
SPECIFICATIONS 



SEDGER 

Phone 1200 

512 

BASTION SQ. 

VICTORIA 



M 
O 

N 

SD 
S' 

Ice Cream 

Always the Best 



Theill Bcnj C ranching i 

Thomas P contractor 

Wf.ston Jos ranchinp ! 

Wiltlin Michael stclion man 

Wildin Wm section foreman. | 

GAMBIER j 

a P. O. anil island in llowe Soumi, 
in No. Vancouver Prov. Hlec. Uist.. 
reached by stt-aniers of the Britannia 
S. S. Co. Nearest telegraph ollice 
Hopkins Landintr. 21 miles. Ue- 
;es: I'ulp mills, logginp, mininc 
and ranchinK . See also Long l;ay. 
North Hay, Port ilellon, etc. 
McLeod Timber Co logging 

GANGES 

a r. O.. fanning district and prin- 
ripal harbor on cast side of Salt 
Spring Island, about 20 miles north 
of Sidney, Vancouver Island. The 
harbor is about S miles long. Local 
and long distance telephone connec- 
tions with Victoria and Vancouver. 
Victoria 1b the most convenient busi- 
ness Centre, distant 40 miles. lias 
orilco of Piov. Assessor and Collec- 
tor, Anglican ehurc-li and public 
school. I'opulatlon. 400. Sec also 
names under Heaver Point and South 
Salt Spring Island. 
Abbott Cecil lay reader 
Altkens Geo sec Lady Jllnto Hosp 
Akf rnian Jos road foreman 
All' ri H O contr sec GWV.\ 
.\ii.l. rson J l> farming poultry 
A|.|>Uliee Chas mixeil farming 
A^liion T misod faimlng 
All;. II Itcv Mr Ang clergyman 
r.ik. 1 Cecil K nilxeil farming 
l;..Mis rhas rarp and builder 
l;..Mi.s C niixtil f.inning 
l;,. ch S P elk S S 1 T Co 
licnnett J farming 
Hltlancourt A A resident 
nittancourt X Heed rustoins ollieer 
BIttancourt L A engineer 
Blackburn Alan farming 
Blackburn I'eter mixed fariuliig 
Bleyard Goo poultry farming 
Hlcvard <; L poultry farming 
Bond J T f.irnilng 
Borradalle ICrmst <i mixed farming 
Brown John mixed farming 
Bullock llnriy \V farming 
Burns Miss school tearher 
Caldwell Henry mixeil farming 
Caldwell John A nilx.d farming 
Caldwell V mix. ,1 l:irming 
Caldwell ■\Vni mix.'. I farming 
Carter Steph.ii rari..-nt.T 
Carter T V, mix.-. I f.nrmlng 
Castle Chas C l.uiiiing 
Cnthrop Max fiiiiiiliig 
Churchill II .\ laniiuig 
C1.11-U.' -V mix. .1 r.irmim,- 



SoklKvervwherc i ' 
in H.'C. I 



WIUGLKVS B. C. DTRECTOKY 



Ganges Social Club 

Ganges Water .^c I'ower Co Ltd Chas 
J Lang supt 

Gardner C mixe.l farming and sec 
Cranberry Marsh .■school board 

Garner O J farming 

Gibson E F farming 

Goodrich farming 

GWVA H O Allen sec 

Green Hugh S farming 

Green-Wilkinson Brig-Gen L poul- 
try farming 

Gwynne Arthur mixed farming 

Harbor House Mrs A G Crotten pi op 
summer hotel 

Harris Douglas S notary real est nigr 
S P I Trading Co 

Henry John postmaster 

Holmes CSS farming 

Islands Farmers- Inst & F G Assn 
F, H .Streetoii sec 

James Fred seed-grower 

Johnson Hugh mixe.l farming 

Justice Major sawmill 

l.ady Minto Gulf Islands Hospital 

Lang Chas J farming supt G W A 



M \: \. .V blacksmith 
M M ;. ! . I I -^ H puullry farmin;,' 
I .Mcl'hersi.n AleX contractor 
1 Mansell Frank mixed farming 
I Slanscll T D mixed fainiing 
i Morris V C poultry larmlng 
1 Jlouat Bros & Co Lt.l G J M.jU.it 
I mgr gen store garage repairs 
i Mouat Gavin C elk Mouat Bros & C.i 
' Mouat Gilbert J mgr Mouat Bros & 

Co and notary 
I Mouat Mrs Jane postmistress 
; Mouat Wm M sec Mouat Bros * <".> 
I sec Ganges Harbor school bJ 
! Nelson Frik mixed fanning 
Nelson Jl N mlxe.l larniing 
! Nelson Nels engineer 
I Nightingale W mixe.l rarmlng 
. Xobbs H mixed fanning 
1 Norton V P steno Monat Bro.^ .<• Co 
Norton W N elk Mouat i;ros & (.'.. 
Oxenham Amyns prin Formby H.>u>e 
Page Mrs W poultry farming 
; Page W J farming 
I Palmer Wm mixed farming 

Peter Harmon mech S P I T Co 
-Price Mrs farming 

Price Bros mixed farming 
, Puidy H A H mixed farming 
Robertshaw Hugo farming 
Rogers John S mixed lainilng 
Tlogcrs J N F llov Constable 
Hoval John mixed farming 
• Unval J H mix.'.l farming 
I Salt Spring Island Creamery -.r'-'n 
I Ltd n \V Drake mgr 
SAI.T SPRINO ISLAKB TRADING 
CO LTD. T> S H.TJTlu Mt^r. General 
I Store, Orocerle», Dry aoods, Karcl. 
ware. Boots and Shoes, Oaragre and 
' Repair Shop. 
Scott frank L mixe.l farming 



AmONDSliSS'S 



LTD. 

400 Pender E. 
VANCOUVER 



\V]:IGLEVS B. C. DIKECTOKY 



GENOA BAY 



Tripp H W poultry farming 
Turner Major farming^ 
United Grain Growers (E C) Ltd 
Walters A G poultry farminp 
■Walters Kdw Prov Assr and Collr 

and farming 
■\Vhims yv S mixed farming 
■\Vllkes Gilbert farmine 
■Wright A S mixed farminK 
Young W'm M mixed farming 

GANGES HARBOUE 



GANG RANCH 

a P. O. and stock-raising district, on 
f'raser Kivcr. at mouth of Gaspard 
Creek, In the I.illooet Prov. ]:ieo. 
Dist.. reached by stage from Ash- 
croft, distant lOU miles. The near- 
est telegraph olllce is Clinton, 7; 
miles. Population, 100. Stock-rais- 
ing. 

Abel Quin farming 
Klshop Anthony farming 
l!lshop John farming 
Cavanagh Itichard farmin;.- 
Hlgglnbottom >Iarry farming 
Tremblay K J farming 
■Western Canadian Hanchlng Co I,td 

A W Stobk- nigr slock r.nnclilng 
.JCimmerlee J M ranching etc 

GARDEN CITY 

(S.-o Eburr.c.) 

GARDEN CITY 

a suburban village. S'l- nillcM frf.m 
Victoria, served bv the 1!. C. K. Ity. 
See names under Marigold 

GARSVOLD 



a steamer laiullng. 30 miles from 
I'rince Itupert. the P. O., in Prince 
Uupert Prov. i:ioc. Dlst.. served by 
the G, T. P. steamers from Prince 
I'.upcrt, which Is the business centre. 
Larson Krcd 

GARTKELL 

a settlement 3 miles from We.«t Sum- 
in. rland on the IC V. Rv.. 3>i miles 
rr'i.n Summorland on the C. P. H. 
hike steamer service on the Okana- 
t.in Lake, In So. Okan.igan Prov. 
Kler. Dlst. Sec Summcrland, the P. O. 



Gellatly Arthur farming and fruit 
Gellatly D E & Sons whol produce 

fruit packers and shippers 
Gellatly Jliss J postmistress 
Gellatly Miss M 
Gellatly Miss P 
Gellatly Wm farming and fruit 

GENELLE 

a siding on the C. P. R. Xelson and 
Kossland line. 10 miles south of 
Castlegar. and 10 north of Trail, in 
Trail Prov. Elec. Dist. Is S miles 
from Tadanac. the nearest C. P. R. 
telegraph ollice. Blueberry Creek, 4 
miles distant, is nearest P. O. and 
telephone. Section crew. 
Matask John sec hand 
Michalac Paul sec foreman 

GENIERS 

a ranch and Dom. Govt, long dis- 
tance telephone oiKcc. 43 miles from 
Kamloops. the business centre, and 
i from Parriere, the P. O. 
Gcnicr Gilbert rancher and tel agt 

GENOA BAY 

a P. O. and village on Cowichan Hay. 
!'• miles east of Duncan, the ne.irest 
telegraph point, in Cowichan I'rov. 
Klec. Dist.. reached bv C. P. R. Gulf 
Islands steamers, and distant 4 
miles from Cowichan. on the E. .t N. 
Ry. Population. 250. Ha:; local tele- 
phone. Local resources: Lumbering 
and farming, 
nradshaw D mill hand 
Cameron J O pres G i: L Co 
Carthew O J tallvman 



Deloumc U L carpenter 
lUck U ingr gen store 
Douglas A\' teamster 
IMgecumb.^ \V C lumber insp 
IMiling J nriinan 
Elliott Geo R nier G 15 L Co ai 



mlle.1 



1 small .settlem 
Vernon, which 
ikanagnn Valley branch 
'Uanagan Prov. Klec, Dl.-t. 
ii:iil via Lumby P. O. 
<h:\\v Arthur farming 



GELLATLY 
.1 P. O. nnd . 



ith of Kolr 

i,'-,J;;!-'-^^ 



lakr 



rail 



la. the ncare.st Dom 
liolnt. In So. OUana 
Dlst. Kc.scurces 
ilt-growlng 
lug .Tiul frnit 
riiiiiig etc 



Fielding ir m,-.rlnc llreman 

Korrest A mate 

OENOA BAY Z.X7MBI:r CO I-TD, J 
O Cameron Frcs, Geo R Elliott Marv, 
H J ICcDevitt Sec, G H Pasre Mill 
Snpt, H T r.IcDevitt IiOiriTinR' Siipt, 
Mfrs of Kourrh an'l Dressed Iium. 
ber, SlUngles nnd Monltlinirs, Gen- 
eral Store and Boardlner IXoune In 
Connection, Camp at Cowichan 
Z.ake. 

Hawis W J- clerk 

Kawabata T boom man 

King C planer feeder 

Kinoshita I", carpenter 

Le Li.'vre C V winch driver 

.McDevitt II J sec G B I, Co 

.McDevilt II T logging supt li V. U Co 

Mclntvri' D A sta engineer 

Mc.Mill.in 11 sawyer 

Mar.vh J mill hand 

M.Mitii.Miery H machinist 

M.iil. V .\ U time-kpr 

.Mi.rt.'ii >l P t:illviiian 

N. uiiKiii T, ni.u-ine eiig 

Nirhc.ls .Mrs A G bdg hou.se 

.\oury J mill hand 

('si..n.it.idt L mill foreman 



Iti.l.ert.s L M sta 
Robinson J R In 
KutUdge 10 tract 
Shaw J blacUsml 






North 

American 

Life 

Assurance 
Co. 

Head Office : 
Toronto, Ontario 

E.W.Keenleyside 

Provincial 
Manager 

Suite 31T-321 

470 

! Granville 

I 

I Street 

Vancouver 
B.C. 

Phone 
Sey. 22.5 



(7 



■"^ 



GENOA BAY 



WiaULKVS B. C. DlRECTOin' 



FRED 

FOSTER 

FURRIER 

LLMlTtD 

HIGH-CLASS 

FURRIEK 

Seal Garments 
Our Specialty 

FURS 

Bought, Stored 

Altered and 

Repaired 

Higheit Price 
paid for Raw 
Fur,. 



^mith 



filer 

Smith J mill hand 
SprinBelt li tnictoi- driver 
Strain U P accountant 
Thacker A mill hand 
Tiorney AV F watchman 
Toishi T setter 
Turnbull L W clerk 
Van Norman I N sta ene: 
Veaux A mill hand 
Waldon R B tallyman 
Warren W F cai.tain 
AVeicker N carpenter 

GEORGETOWN 



tween Port Simpson. 
Metlakatla. 11 mil*- 
Uupert J'rov. Elec. I>i 
Govt. telegraph otil 



1'. U. at Uig i;a.v. 

GERRARD 

a P. O. and -station at northern ter- 

minu.s of l.ar.lo branch of C. 1'. IJ.. 

situated at .south « nil of Trout l.ake. 

in Kaslo Prov. Rlcc. Pist.. 34 miles 
, north of l.ardo, and 17 south of 

Trout Lake City. Xe:u-.st t.l.craph 
1 is C. P. U. at I-ardo. Ha.s local trlc- 
1 i)hone. Has 40 p. rnian.nt po|,ula- 

tlon. I.,ocal resourcf-s: Sawndll. tim- 



ber 



Wc have Ever; 
System. Metht-d o 
Appliance-— Elec 
ttical and Other 
wise — ujcd by any 
one Anvwhe.e. (o 
the Cure or Pre 
vention of Disease 

t.-»ll, Write or ri.oi.c 



DOWNIE 

Sanitarium, Ltd. 

1501 

i<l.hd.cd Bank Bld(. 

VANCOUVER 



Government SU' 

Victoria ! 



Drugless 
Healing 



.\rmstronc 'Wallace J cmp U L 
.\rmftronk' Wesley J imp r, 1 
Menson Wm loccinir operator 
I'enton Alex rmp G I., fo 
ilerinr.l Hotel John Parisian 
i;e.r:ir.l Lumber (.'o \.U\ 1 

ml I s A K Fos.-s msr 
H.illu. 11 Joe night watchman 



Uex 



.M..l.b< John hotel 1 

()>;il\ie Lawrence mcr lish hntehery 
Paii-^ian John prop tierrard Hotel 
Rady John C tlmbe-rman 
Thomp-son J A emp tish hatchery 

GIBSON HEIGHTS 

a P. <>. and settlement 2'i mllos 
west of (;ibson-s Landinf. In Xo. 
Vancouver Piov. Klec. fist., reached 
by Marine Nav. and Inlon S. .«. Co.'s 
boats from Vancouver, tlistant 20 
miles cast. Mas Methodist church. 
Population. 4". Loral re»oiireee: 
LoKuin?. fruit and vegetable larm- 
1111,-. The climate, beach and sur- 
alToid excellent summer 



;.Iial 
> ton- 



ites. ! 
•re blc 



side lots 



1 liable fo 



ver. ply daily in summer, and 
three times per week in winter, uis- 

tanco 21 miles. Has Govt, telegraph 

olfice. Rural mail route- to Rob,^rts 

Creek leaves Gibson's Landing Tues- 
days. Thursdays and Saturdays. 

Population. 430. Methodist church. 

Local resources: Ranching, sheep- 
raising and a lar^'e shingle bolt 

camp on Mount Elphinstone. Ovvinc 
its finely sheltered situation. 

southern exposure and landlock.d 

laters. Gibsnn-s l..inaiiiir is attract- 
ing it cor.-i \ r. 1 ': ; iibor of prairie 

people ca i: \ i addition , to 

its increiiM -^ I'.itronag,''. 

Armour .s .i i : .i .; pies Elphin- 
stone Co-up AsMl 

Earrou L H ranching 

Henson A fisherman 

Berdahl I'ete logging 

Bolderston It ranching 

Borgenstrom E ranching 

Boyle A ranching 

Bragg JIrs L> ranching 

Bragg F ranching 

Burncs H E ranching 

Burns R team.ster 

Chamberlain C A ranching sec lU.He 
Sound school board 

Chamberlain C H lanching 

Coad Uuv F A M -Meth min 

Cushing W M 

Doman Mrs 

Dougall Mrs G B ranching 

Edward.'? G H retired 

Elphinstone Cemetery Board W W 
Winn sec 

Elphinstone Co-operative Assn Ltd .-< 
G Armour pres .V Wilander v-pi. s 
Goo Taylor scc-trcas and mgr irm 
hdw feed 

Fisher J ranching 

Fletcher Jas ranching 

Fowler S ranching 

Fox P ranching 

GUman Mr cattle and goats 

Gnnton J retired 
' Harris Tom ranching and bees 
i Hartley N r< tired 

Hiirvcy Frank ranching 

Harvey U ranching 

Heine Cha.s engineer 

Hicks l-Ynnk logging 

Hicks J Sr ranching 

Hicks J R logging 
I Hicks Wm logging 

Hintsa Jacob X ramhing and .-heep 

Holland S elork and water supt 
1 Hopkins J P ranching 

Home J laborer 
I Howe Sound Exhibition Hoard W S 
I Simpson pies W W Winn see 
1 Howe Sound Farm, rs' Institute W 
W AVInn .•»ec 

Husley John ranching 

Inglis F physician 

Irgens Durnnd logging ranching 

Jacks Miss board and rooms 

Jen'rv F mixed farmliu: 

Kearton W S ranchlng 

Klng T A trapper 

Kinnunen E ranching and sheep 

Knight JIrs 

Kullander J r.Tiicliiiig 

Kyto JI 



GIBSON'S L(\NDING 



A 



("all .\ ."^ express and poultry 
-Donald n S school principal 



WRIGI.EVS B. C. DIRECTOKY 



MacKay John ranching 
Mattson llr lOKKine 
M.-tcalfe HiiroM E ranching 
Mllyea J H ranchinp 
Xeeves A T lOBfjinB 
Xorris H S ranching 
Olson O ranching 
Ordp J poultry-raising 
Peckenan J ranching 
I'oikalo V ranching 
Rhodes Arthur ranching 
Rhodes 1> A supt S Mig Co 
Riley A retired 
Robbins G W retired 
Russell I nsherman 
Schobinger J retired 
Simpson Lincoln rancliing 
Simpson W S ranching and JP 
Smith A ranching 
Soames Fred ranching 
Stelnbomcr Wm H ranching bee 
Stolze Mfg Co I, A Rhodes 

shingle camp 
Tavlor (leo svc JOlpliin.stom- Co-oi 

atlve Assn 
Teller Alfn.l ranching 
Thorpe J ranching 
Tompkins IJ I. retired 
Trotmau J ranching 
Wais Arvid rancliing 
Wllander Andnw ranching 
.Wilkman Andnw ranching »heep 
Wilson M ranching 
Wintgar.len Arnold ranching b.-. 
Winn H IJ (^\■inn & Son) 
Wli.n Wm W ( Winn & Son) 



WINN & SON (Wm W and H B) 
tten Store, Flour, Teed, Oroceries, 
Boots, Hardware, Paints. Oils, 
Crockery and Dry Oooda. 

Wiren John ranching 

Wlrcn Karl ranching 

Woods H ranching 

Wyngaret Alf ranching and .sheep 

GlEGERICH 

a station .on tli.- C. IV K. l<a-<lo- 
.Vaku.sp branch, no agent. I mile 
from Zinclon. and 2U northwe.vt o( 
Kaslo. See names under ZInrton. the 
P. O. name. 



GIFFORD STATION 

a P. O. and station on tli, P.. C. Elec. 
Ky., 2 ',2 niilfs west of Cl.iyhvirn. and 
j west of Abbotsford. in Chilllvvack 
l^ov. lilco. Ulst. Telegiaph oHlce. 
express charges must be prer.ai.l. 
Population. 3J0. Local resotirces; 
Farming. There l.s a folfllers' frnln- 
Ing farm 'i mile distant In rhnrgo 
of Major Ramsay. 
-Mvcrsen C K mixed farming 



Far 



Scott G mixed fa 

Sjogren I) mixed 

Smith Mariner f; 

Soldiers' Traininj 
say in charge 

Walker J mixed farming 

Westlin E J farming and bees 

Westlin J cattle ranching 

Whillans R mixed farming 
! White A J mixed farming 
1 White Ed mixed farming 
! White Ed jr mixed farming 

White T niixoi farming 

Wilson S mixed farming 

GILFORD ISLAND 

' 22 miles long, ami 12 broad, at south 
lend of Queen Charlotte Sounil, IC 
I miles northeast of Alert Ray, in Co- 
I mox Prov. Elec. Uist. The island is 

upt 'heavily timbered, and its lakes abound 
I with trout. There are several log- 

>er- ging camps and it is the winter 
I quarters of a large tribe of Indian.s. 
I'nlon SS. Co.'s boats call on signal. 




nar 



I and business centre, which see. 

j GILLIES BAY 

a P. O. and farming district In centre 

of Tcxad.a Island. In Comox Prov. 

Elec. DIst.. reached by Union S.S. Co.'s 

boats to Van Anda, about 12 miles 

distant, which is the nearest tele- 
I graph olllcc. The school, P. O. and 

settlement arc situated about 3'i 

miles from salt water. Population 

about 100. 
I P>ell EenJ mixed farming 
! Carrus (Just mixed farming 

Copp W A mixed farming 
! Edward John I» mining 

Falk I-ud«ig miN.l ......^..►; 

Fl.vher Cha.s nuv. .1 iinm..;; 

Godsoll Ali-x nii\..l i.n .mii,_ 

Hamilton Wm mjx..l Lhmuhi; 

Jacobson Jacob nnxi d i;iMiiiii>; 

Johnson Gabriel mixed farniing 
I Kenney Angus C mixed farming 
I Kllto Jas mixed farming 
I .Masik Albert mixe.l f.nrming 
i McElroy Patrick .\' po^tni.T.-.t.-r faiin- 
ing and sec s, h.u.l h..:,,-.l 

Palm Daniel A ruiv.-.l l.wnu.ii; 
: Pashes Tony n-iv. .1 i...i,nn>: 

Peterson .Mrs «'liiis .nl\.a liUiiilrii,- 
' Staff Peter mixed farming 
I Van .Vnd.i — farming 
I Wesslen Chas K mixed rarming 



GILPIN 

a siding 



J M h. ex n 



sav M.,.i„ 
: I'^um 
J iiii\..l 



the C.P.R. Nelson-A 
7 miles cast of lU- 
'.O.. in Cranrl Forks P 
No agent. Oharg.s- n 

lias public school. 
Hit is excellent for mi 
1 fruit-growing. 



Miss 1-; school tc 



Johnstone 

and 

Rowlands 

We have the 
largest listing of 
property in the 
interior of B. C. 

Farms 
Cattle Ranches 

Write us for 
information. 

P. 0. Box 518 
KAMLOOPS 

KAUSTINE 

WATERLESS 

TOILETS 

"No Odor" 



Kcr.<nimcn.lrilby»If*hl 

The Home 
The School 
The Factory 
Public Building. 
Hotel. »nd 
Lumber Mill., Etc 



B.C. Di.tTibulof 

WILLARD- 
HUME CO. 

L1MITI£P 

SUnd.rd Rank Bld(. 

VANCOUVER 



wrigl?:y's b. c. directory 



Macdonald 

Marpole 

Co., Ltd. 



C 



A 



1001 MAIN ST. 
VANCOUVER 



The Trulh About 

OIL 

We have I 479 acre, 
in Real O.l Terri- 
tory in 

TEXAS 

1002 Acres in the 
Lower Frnscr 

Valley 
"The BiggcBl 
BuMint$, in 
the World." 

TEXAS- 
DUPLEX 

Oil and Refining 

Co. of 
FortWorlhJexas 



Bateman James Edward farming 
Brown Alex E farming 
Con lluld. r miner 
Crit'hton J teacher 

Eaplet Lake Farmers' Inst J E Bate- 
man «ec 
Gayer & Connelly gen store 
Gisconie Lumber Co Ltd Ibr mfrs 
Haire JIrs 51 homesteadinp 
Hubbard Alex homesteadhig 
Lewis Ira homesteadincr 
Lewis Mrs I sec school board 
Xietans J hay ranchinp 
Prcstlin Andrew home.<teadinK 
Richardson D L homesteadinB: 
Richardson Jamis homesteadiMt; 
Storms H trappinR 
Thomas T trapping 
fnwin Ernest homestoailinc 
Wemliin Abel liomesteadini; 



GISCOME PORTAGE 
a portape and ranchine district, on 
the Fraser River. 15 miles north of 
Giscomc. which Is on the G.T.P. P.y., 
near Prince George, in Fort Geortje 
I'rov. Elec. Dist. t'leicht delivered 
from Frascr River to lua.l waters of 
Peace River. lUaUquart) is for tour- 
i.sts and mlnlnc men. Population. 43. 
Prince Gcorce is tlie P.O. 
Authler Louis .store mci' 
Dahlstroin Gust boat builder 
Odell ^V }£ game warden and con- 
stable 
Seebach & TTnble en store (also Mc- 
I..eod Lake and .Suniinit Lake) 

GITWANGA 



GLACIER 

a P. O. an.l xillage on C.P.R. main 
line. 41 miles east of Po-velsloke, in 
the Rcvelstoke Prov. Elec. Dist. Alt. 
4.094 ft. I'opulatioii. I'OO. lias C.P. 
Tel. olUce. Glacier lies ncai tiie .sum- 
mit of the .^ielklrk ranco. in tlir- midst 
of a region of mighty p.aks and 
►.-laclcrs. woods and uaterlalls. The 
mountains take one's brernh away, 
b.iiii; uv.. nilhs high, heap up the 
massive ic- piles of the cr. at III. cil- 
lewa. t u-larler near the pvr:imld of 
-Mt. .-;|r Uonald. in.sss ft., and a mile 
and a quarter abi.ve Ih.- railwa). 
Anderson Peter 
Auguston P 

Lees G «atrhman CPU 
Krown R night op.rator t'l'l: 
Urown T 10 likpr Carter Hall * Co 
Carter Hall & Co Jolin Douglas supt 

tontrartorw 
Clarke M w:il<hman CPR 
|in.,„ <; i: ,,,~t, inech C H .V- Co 
n..m;l,s l..l.„ .„pt C H & O. 
lil.H I. 1 II. us, r\-\i hotel s>stem 
llii;l.t K.^l.t . ntiiieer 
liiul.- J I. am .ui.l opr CPR and Dom 

i:xi>ress 
Koskoskie J one CPR 
Lees Mrs H b.lg house 
Melsaac A H opr CPU 
MeKenzle Areliii- lir.-m:iii CPU 



■Weitherley W" asst mstr mech C H 

& Co 
Williamson W fire warden 
Zulak Tony 

GI.ADE 

a station on the C.P.R. Xelson-Ross- 
land branch. 15 ^i miles west of Xel- 
son. and 10 miles east of Castlegar. 
in Trail Prov. Elec. Dist. A ferry 
crosses the Columbi.a River from 
Shoreacres to the Doukhobor colony. 



GLADSTONE 

a mining cami 
miles south of 
branch of C.P.R. 

GLADSTONE 



B.C. KI 



a station . 
tral Park 

Cottage, ill So. Vancouver Prov. Elec. 
Dist.. between Vancouver and N"ew 
Westminster. See names under Van- 
couver. 



GLADWIN 



lihs east 
Spcnce"s 
Dist. No 



I a nag station on C.P 
of Lytton. and 17 
Bridge. In Vale Prov 
agent; charges must be pr.paid. 
Tliere has been some washing of sand 
in the Fiaser River lure for r.covery 
of gold. Tlie country Is mountainous, 
with very little good land. .Vd.lress 
mall Gl.adwln. via Lytton I".0. 
Cennane A farming (20 acres) 
Tofln 1' 

OLEANERVILLE 

See names under Engln.-cr Mine. 

i GLENDALE COVE 

I situated at southeast corner of 
Knight Inl.t an<l reached by I'nioii 
[ SS. Co.'s boats from Vancou\'er. 

I 6LENEDEN 

I .1 small settlement In Salmon Arm 
1 district. Has I>om. Govt. long dis- 
tance t.-lephone olllre. Sec names un- 
der Salmon Arm. the P.O. 



GLENEMMA 



in .'^almon River Val- 

i,.„i- tn .Vorth tikana- 
I'i 1 Armstrong is 
11 point. I'opu- 
•' h-t ar.d Pres- 
■ - 111 I iibllc school. 
s: IMnching ami stock- 






lalion. II." 

bytcrlan .^ 

Local reso 

raising. 

Carson Geo mixed farming 

Culling Will Sr mixed farming 

Culling Win Jr mixed farming 

Hcnnessec Andrew J mixed fa 

Hcywood Arthur J mixetl farm 

Hlllier r..Uvaiil mixed farming 

Kneller Jahej. dairying 

Mci:ryan Philip grain fanning 

McTavisli Archll>ald mixed la 

M 



NATIONAL 
FUNDING CO. 

of Can«da. L.,|. 
SUnd.rd B«l( BIdg. 

Vancouver 



M.ii 



-nzie 



farming 



WltlGLKVS B. e. DIRKCTOKV 



GI.ENTANNA 



GLENTrR 



GLENT BASER 

a -slilinp on P.G.E. Ry.. 8 miles north 
of McKinnon. 5 south of I'avilion. 
anil 16 noith of Lillooet. in Lillooet 
JTov. Klec. Pist. Nearest telegraph 
odlce is at Pavilion. Population. 2 
ranches. Local resources: Farming. 
AJdress via Lillooet P.O. 
riark Mrs M ranching 
l>eaver G M ranching 

GLENUIiY 

a P. O. and farming .settlenuiit. 5 
miles south of Yahk, in Cranbrook 
Prov. Elec. Di.-^t.. reached by stage 
from Yahk. which is on the C. I'. It. 
Crow's Nest line. There are about I 
40 inhabitants, no stores, churches i 



j GLENROSA 
the a P. O. anil settlement. 3 miles south- ' 
en- I west of Westbank. on Okanagan ' 
of ; Luke, opposite Kclowna. in South ; 

I Okanagan I'rov. Elec. Dist.. reached : 
by C.P.R. steamers to AVestbank. Has 
telephone an.l telegraph offices and | 
public school. Population. 47. Local 
resources: Timber. fruit-growing, 
dairying and mixed farming 
I'arrc Ileg S farming 
Chenowichen Alex farming ' 

I'osnik Nicholas farming 
Duncan Donald dairying farming 
Duncan Erank ilairying farming 
EdgcII Walter dairying farming 

I Elliot Grieve mixed farming 



professional men. 
lumbering. Including ties an 
are the main lines of imlustr; 



Hest C postmaster 
Keaney I'atrick mixed farming 
Provinzano Mike mixed farming 
Tipper John T mixed farming 
Webster Charlie mixed farming 



orman Milton 13 dairy fruit 
Harvev Thos farming mechanic 
Ilitchner H farming 
Ilitchner Lewis D farming sec school 

board and PM 
TToi-key T H fr.rming 
Hussev Miss A school teacher 
' Hussev Montague G farming bees 
I Kotvl Alex farming . . 

I Mcl'racken. Mrs Anne farming fruit 
McCracken llobt farming 
ilurchie Archd farming bees 
Sinclair J C retir. .1 farmer 
Waller Wm .1, .-irioi,- contr 
Webber John 1 farmlim 

GLEN ROSE 



GLEN LYON 



GLENOGLE 

a siding on the C.I'.R. 
Golden, the P.O.. in C 
Elec. Dist. Section cr 

GLENORA 

an abandoned H i: ii 
River. Casslar distrirt. 
of Telegraph Creek. 



GLENORA 



The C.N l: •, , 1 
Has .Melh>Ml,-,L ., 
and sawmill. 
fruit-Kro« lug. 1 
Ulackwood J res 
Urownell A A I 
Cavin J W mlxe 
Cavln R mixed 1 
Craig N K asst < 
Eitch R poultrv 
l"reiich Capt res 
Grant C J mixe 
llopton J road ( 
liMiie R mixed 



a salmon caiinei 
River, owned by L 
Co.. Ltd., New W 


on the E 
:ien Rose Cai 
estminster. 


:.ser 
ning 


OLENSIDE 








a discontinued statioi 
east of Phoenix, tho 
wood Prov. Elec. Dis 


. 6 miles n 
r.C. In G 


orth- 


Glenside Earmers' 


Inst Jos Dumont 


sec 








OLENTANNA 








a farming s.ttleir 
Evelyn, on the G /I 
neca Pn.v. i::. . 1 
graph. Ir. • 
of the v.a: 


en 
l: 


. 2 miles 

11. IS Gov't. 
■ - on both 
lis of gol 


from 

teh- 
sides 
I, sil- 



Elec. 



•vein 



sive deposits i.| coal and 
I . near- ' Clay. Smither.s Is the P.O. 
^ I I I > lolnt. Adams Jns ranching 
11 '^li here. Adams Peter ranching 
-i"ii. piiliiic- M-hool Ashburn Robt f.irminc 
rmlng. lumbering. ' I :rldgeman Wm raiirlitng 
ail.iliun. luO. ■ Chapman Chas .V r.iiiching 

:;nt ' Dawney Jas mixed farming 



bla 



ith 



Duhemall Geo 
I'letcher E il 
I-oss Ered fun 
GllNrt Erank 



line 



ved 

ig 

farming 

iceping 

ixed farming 



FOSTER 
.CLARK'S 

FAMOUS 

Cream 
Custard 

Again on the 
market 

Wholesale 

Distributors 

for B.C. 

A. D. Gunn 
&Co. 

129 Cordova, W. 

Vancouver, B.C. 

I'hone Sey. 3557 

[liT 

& CO. 

EXCLUSIVE 

FURRIERS 

and Dealers In 

Raw Furs 



Furs Remodelled 



Rowe J mh 
Sprat t C J 
Stephens 11 



ling 
ming 
mil.g 

I.Tikelnmls Eari 
niK.d farming 
ning 


i Lapldet John mix 
; Lea per J .\ farm 
1 McCabr .V P i..n. 
> MelMue Patk A f 
n 1 .\looro D .V ram-l 
l.\l....r, o .nixed 


•d farming 
11 g 

ling prospecting 
irming mine owner 
ing and horses 
farming 
ling 


ind Repaired ii 
he Latest Style. 

800 


rming 


' oll.irron Jidni 1. 


nehmg 

rming nnning 


GRANVILLE ST 


fanning 
farming 


1 I'rerc- John f.nni 
1 Srott EenJ lanuli 


Ing 


Vancouver 



GLENTANNA 



WRIGLKY'S B. C. DIKECTOKY 



CALLANDER 
SHORE CO. 

—Limited- 
Representing 

ImperialVarnish 
& Color Co. 

LOUDEN 

Machinery Co. 

WILLIAMS 

Giemical Co. 

SIMMS 
BRUSHES 

155 Pender W. 
VAT^COUVER 



Seeley J C K farminpr and hotel 
Wilson Bros (Kd and Win) mi 
farming and freighting 



GLEN VALLEY 

O. and station on tlie C.X.R.. 20 
miles up the Fraser Rivor 1 1 oni Xew 
Westminster, in Prov. lilec. Dist. of 
Delta, in Municipality of l^insley, 
served by C.X.R. and river steamers 
from New Westminster dailv. Xear- 

telegraph is C.P.R. at Whonnock. 
distant \ri mile. Has Anglican and 

:;. churches, and local telephone. 
Population. 300. Resource.';: Fishing 
and farming. 

ito T poultry 
rctt J mi.Md farming 
cs H poultry 
Bcnncn Anton farming 

Bodal.v J A dairy poultry 

n J lishing 

nock Jolui farming bf-es 
Cornock \\' J farming 



MEN'S 
QUALITY 
CLOTHES 



(S. 



The Home of 
' Burberry " and 
•Durward" Co«t« 



Thos. Foster 
& Co., Ltd. 

514 Cronville Si. 

Vancouver, B. C. 



GLENWOOD 

a farming settlement in the south ot 
Langley Municipality. 19 miles south- 
east of New Westminster, and 5 east 
of Hazelmere. in Delta Prov. Elec. 
Dist. Nearest telegraph office is G. 
N. W. at Cloverdale. >ras public 
school. Population, 200. Langley 
Prairie is the P.O. 



I Arkinstal H J farmin 
' Cameron A mixed far 
Colborno S mixed far 



Davey Wi 



Dun 



W 



Dunleavcy R poultry 
li"orster Tlios dairy farn 
Graham M mixed farniii 
Haines J mix. .1 farming 
Hon fey P J ml tin brecdt 
llfan F H l.oultrv 



ill W 
a Poi 
0,1 r H 



J fa 



id be. 



McCormIck David larmtng 
Mclvor K dairy farming 
MoICav Angus farming 
McKay Nell farming 
McUc.nn W dairy farming 



I' fa 



ling 



McMill.-i 


M 


hcc-k» 


ci 


Ing 


McMMla 


Pc 






d farm 


McMilln 


, R 


mi\rd 


ia 




Mark 1 In 


K.d.t fan 






Mathers 


\S' 


11 ^tn 


■U- 


raising 


Mllligan 


Mi 




•id 




MlUigan 


Mi 


s sch 


.ol 


t. a.-he 


Moore J 


■\\' 




f: 


rilling 


Radford 


C 1 


Ollltiw 


ji 


weld 


Rhodes 


Fd 


Mixcrl 


f; 


rming 


Robson 


J ni 


ix.-.l 1 




ling 


Rullman 


1. 


l.-.hillL 






Staynes. 


W mixed 


fa 


•ming 


Streatfoihl 




II 




Sullivan 


r.i 


• ■; lni\ci 


"fanni'r 


Taylor 1 


I fi 


iiit-gr 






Tingle 1 


r m 


xrd f; 


rii 


Ing 


Wain John 


nixed 


farming 


Wain T 


I J 


mixc. 


f 


irmitig 


AVest H 




boriiit 







GLEN WALKER 



fn.m .Merrill, no agon 
V.ill.-y, Yale Prov. ICl. 
ranching. Address m: 
Alarlc Walt.r V. loggii 
liariios Frank logging 
l:.-rk.-ley Win lanchin, 
I'iU li.d ran.-hing 



e A farming 
Fielding S farming 
Fitz-Herbert W poultry frui 
Forslund John farming 
Graham J C dairy farming 
Gunn D dairy farming 
Harding Fred bee-keeping 
Harding Geo mixed farming 
Henderson F mixed farmius 
Johnson A mixed farming 
Lee J mixed farming 
Milburn W mixed farming 
Moyer S mixed farming 
Murchie G mixed farming 
Sclby-Hele G mixed fan 
Sclby-Hclc 



Ing 



G & Sons mixed farm- 
gle tie and Ibr 



GLOSTEE CAMP 

a mining prospect on north fork of 
Kettle Itiver. 50 miles from Grand 
Forks, the I'.O. and nearest tel. and 
teleg. olllce. and 25 above Lynch 
Cheek, on the K. V. Ry.. with whicli 
it Is connected by auto road. Popu- 
lation. 20. See also l-Vanklin Camp, 2 
miles distant. 
Anderson Carl A miner 
Johnson Lewis miner 
McDonnell John miner 
Maginiiis Patk miner 
Meek Chas prospector 
Newby Thos miner 



Uation on the J5.C.E. Ry.. Vi mil* 
I west of Clayburn. the P.O.. in Chilli 
I wack Prov. F,K c. Dist. Local re 

sources: Farming. 

Anderson Chas fanning 

Farman Giis fanning 



Henry farming. 



Interurban V 
tom. 5 miles 
nlch Prov. KV 
Is CoIqulU. 



;;.;• goatfell 

station on 



Dist. Nearest P.O. 



lo CPU. Crow's 
ist of Ci.-ston. .-. 
last of Kitchener, 



WKKi LEY'S r>. C. DIRECTORY 



Gold 



en 



n town on main line of C. P. R. 
.ind terminus of Cranbioolt-Golden 
branch, on Columbia lUver. in Co- 
lumbia Prov. Elec. Dist. Has C.P.R. 
lelegraph and Dom. Govt, lonsr dis- 
i;ince telephone oltices. olllce of Prov. 
Cuvt. Agent, Assessor and Collector. 
Land Commissioner, Prov. Police 
Cl.ief Constable, District ReKistrar 
i.r the Supreme and County Courts. 
:il.';o Deputy Collnrtor Inland Revenue 
(Canada) and Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms Outport of Kevcl.stoke. Has 
Anglican. Methodist. Presbyterian 
and R.C. Churches, public and hi;,'li 
school.^, general hospital. I'opulation. 
about SOO. Local resources: Lunib.r' 
ing. mining and f.irming. 
A F & A M Mountain Lodge Xo 2 J 
A Buckham sf,- 

Anderson J farming 

Anderson J A dairy farming 

Ayres Wilfred acct C K U Co 

lieattle Ale.\ mgr P ];urns & Co 

IJeattie E mill foreman 

}:ergenham Caroline sec Moberly sch 

board 
I'.ergenham J P dalr.v farming 
lilakeley J S auto garage rupair.s 
llowor AV dairy farming 
llrady Jas C asst dist eng land surv 
i;rock K H roa.lmaster CPR 
llruce Bcnj opr CPR ( 

IJuckham Ceo v-pres (Jolden Hoard of 

Trade 

liuekham John A drug.-- I 

BUI.MAN JOHN. Govt A^t, Ma(fl8- I 

trate, I.and Cominlsslonei-, Gold 

CommiBsloner. I 

Hums P & Co Ltd Alex Ueattio mgr 

meats I 

Kurt BenJ D 

iiutwell 1." H Prov constable 
Canadian Bank of Commerce N M 

i'oulkes mgr 
Canadian Hliiancitrs Trust Co (Van- 
couver) H <; Lockwood loc cor 
Canadian V:\c Uy II Clark agt 
Cliapman V editor WeeUlv Star 
• 'lark II agent CPi; 
Coalcs J F electrician 
Columbia Hotel 1; II I'-r.izer-Crierc 



Golden Di.«t I 

nor sec 
Golden Light 

mgr 
Golden Star Publi.shing Co Ltd pub: 

■Weekly Star and job printers 
Gould Wra J mach and photog 
GWVA R F Crierie sec 
Greene J C prop Queen's Hotel 
Hairsine Howard barber 
Hambly Saml sub-collector of cus 

toms and inland revenue 
Hamilton Arthur C feed and 1 
Henderson Jas sash ami door r 
Henderson J undertaker 
Hewitt W H E farming 
Holt M L foreman C It L Co 
Howell C M acct Imp Bank 
Hughes AVm Albert 
Imperial Bank of Canada H L 

mgr 
lOOI'" J T Woods sec 
Jacobsen K mgr Russell House 
Jacobscn Mrs W 
Kellv Patrick Prov constable 
Klmpton n P school 



s' Pnst Thos Con- 
,ver Co H Cornell 



i-ery 



Reid 



sheriff 



Kin 



far 



Lamontague Jos barber 
Lang Frank C real est 
Larson O A mixed farr 
Laurenson Robt 
Lorkwood H G barristei 

Trade 
Lumsd.n Mrs M sec P. 



ry far 



nlng 
ipper 




iigr 



^(dumbia Rive 


Lumber Co 


nell mgr 




'onnor Thos r 


inching 


•ooper H M d. 


Iry farming 


'ornell H B m 


gr C II L Co 


'rierle R F .sec GWVA 


•losby M E 




'ro.vby Robt L 


foreman 


>ahlstrom Joh 




lartt Hedley | 


ool theatre .1 


>rew B C pro 


■ constable 


)unne Jas 




>welley Leslie 


Talbot 


;nglish Verno 


1 operator 


:ntwisle Wn> 


JewVlor 


:«ert I'aul p 


. 


.-, ','»■'.""•"' „ 






L 1 Mitrhil 


■'arey .\ ]V pi- 


V constMbI,. 


•inilkes N Jl 


ngr C.in Bk 


■raser D P. p 


in public scl 


•ra/.er-Crlerr 


i 11 mgr Coll 


Kootenav Hi 


l,ds 


:-ld,.n Amat... 


r Musical * 


S<Hi,.ty J„l,, 


Bulnian se< 


;idd, 1, |i„,-,r.l 


of Tiado H 


wcmd src 






il Hospital 



olumbia and 



A\- J 



lall 



Martins Wm 
.Mattiesnn A * J tailors 
Mitchell r. H <lairy fan 
Mitchell L I ranching 
.Moiidv ll.nry mining 
Moi.i.- H cl.ik (iovt ollici 
.Mnr.liis..n |i,.T.ai>l A a.<t 



K. id II I. mgr lmp.Tlal J-.ai 
Kob.rtscn W J n\i\ed farm 
Kidston Davi.l U Ltd gen 



Kous.- 
Geo 


•; Jacc 
: Pro 


V assessor 


s — li 
i: J .. 


'al'"est 


Govt teleph 
JP Sic .scl 


."sie ei 


iry fa 
IP Do, 


•miiig 

1 Go\ t Tel, J, 



iigland W .M Foulkes .sec 



"WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTOItY 



Modern Office 
Supply Co., Ltd. 

DESKS 

Giairs, Tables 
Bookcases 

FILING 

CABINETS AND 

SUPPLIES 

Non-Shine 

Felt Chair Pad. 

(They save the 

clolhes) 

Modern Farniture 

for the 

Modern Office 
163 Pender St. wj 
Vancouver I 



Suth.rlaml II .T I>r„v chf ronsiabl.. 
Tassie G C asst dist *>ng 
Tom J C & Co tailors men's fiirn 
Townsend Kinr.st W laborer 
Vandermeyer Jacobus 
Warnet Gfo D accountant 
A\arr, n Cl.as A pen store 
Wt-nman J AV harness 



E J 



ind 



liter 



Pori 



Jb C. 



GOOSE LAKE 

■ a Dom. Govt. I. D. telephon 
miles from K imloops. thi 
..ntie. and 10 from Knut 
P.O. 

Uurpess P. rancher and tel 
GORDON HEAB 



? oilice. 15 

business 

?ford. the 



P. O. 



nd fri 



ry etc 



Weston J T dairv i„ 

Wilkinson JfcClai .s 

Wilson Kcv G H summer res 

\\ isoman R G 

Wooil A W clerk 

Wood Jas srliool trustee 

Wood Jas T Ken store 

Wood J H clerk Imperial Kank 

WriRht J A mixed farming 

Yahner Rov Father RC priest 

YounK Orvllle mininp 

GOLDEN GATE 

a ste.-imer landinir on tiie Whit. 
A,- ^ukf.M route, b. !«...,. Cu,,-,:. 



mg settlement, 
les trom Victoria, in Saanich 
I Municipality and Prov. Elec. Dist. 
I Nearest railway and teletrraph point 
I IS Victoria, on the K. .t X. Rv. and 
C.P.R. Steamer route. Has local tele- 
phone. Presbyterian church and pub- 
lic school. The Canadian Northern 
Railway is building a line from 2'2 
to 3 miles from Gordon Head. 
.A.itkens Frank fruit-erowing 
Appleton Fredk retired 
liallantine John chickens fruit 
IJannerman J sumnu-r res 
Rosonce Riclid fruit-icrnwinsr 



Atli 



P.O.. 



GOLD HILL 
a station on I 
Gerrard branc 
I.ardn. and i;4 
Kaslo Prov. T 



, ! P.O. 

■ Rrandon & Den 



Ad dr. 
tie an 



C. I 'P'W. 1:''"'"";' ranchin 
ommerciai f;::::i,^"i::x ;;;^,;ii;^ 

Auto 
Delivery Co. i goldstream 



,,, , , nchinc 

Miners- Hotel John ruvin pro 
Newcoman Harry timber contr 
ulwln John prop Miners' Hotc 



J V fri 

P.rown Tlios fr 
Campbell C F 
Canipbtll K C 
Carter F A fri 
Clark John fri 
Clark Robt fn 
Darcus JIis fr 
Oish.r C 11 !• 
liisher M.n . 
Dobbs J .1 ,v , 



.Ins 



Dui 



and J,i>, 

.nr.ls W 
lerti.n J..1 
r>,-e L fr 



Hamiltc 



Ja: 



Wi 



Vancouver. West 

Vancouver and 

Way Points 

Fu/niture 

Moving 

Storage 

Baggage 

Elxpress and 

Parcel 

Delivery 



ent. X n 
malt P 



from 

I-: 



oflice n 
I sources 
' Fowie 



>*i N. Ry. So named 
s of Kold tlK-re in 
chief source of water 
Inialt. Tel. and cxp. 
c si-htpfd. Local le- 



M G Miller 
nt: s.c soh bd 



larford J J frii 
ilarrett J 
Hill W K dalrvii 
Holmes \V frull 
Houlihan Ja.s fi 



fruil-Ki 
1 iiarde 
rruit-Ki 



It A K 



I Vellacott J I nii: 
I Wilson A mixed 



Lewis Jas f ruit-nruwlnK 
Lind.iuist i-.rant A fruit-Rrowin 
McCannell Geo fruit and poultr 
A cCormirk Jas farmine 

Mf-l 1 ■; R fruit-KiowhiL' 

.M<X.iiii.-liton Harold L fruit 

.\lr.\ ,UKhi..n IVt.r fruit-Krowl>. 

.\l.icl,i..d Capt V. n 

Maker R fruit-Kinwinjr 

Mallett .Arthur 

Mavwood Chas H salesman 

Ml ler otto rrult-KiowinR 

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To J J Thos 

Townsend Jas fruit-pi-owm^ 
Tracy Jos fruit-e>o\ving 
Tucker 'SVm fruit-erowing 
Vantreight EilKar iruit-prowing 
Vantreight Geoffrey fruit-growing 
Vantreight Sidney fruit-growing 
Walker Thos fruit-growing 
Walsh C J 

Walsh Kred machinist 
Watson Geo F fruit-growing council- 
lor school trustee 
Watson Mrs G I" postmistress 
Webber John fruit-growing 
Webber John II fruit-growing 
Wenman J fruit-growing 
White S A K physician 
Wilcox H fruit-crowing 
Williamson John C farmins^ 
Williamson Wm J fruit growing 
Wilson Thos summer res 
Woods Harold fruit-growing 
Woods Mary fruit-growing 

GOSSET 

a flag station on C.N.U., 7 miles .ast 
of Lytton, nearest telegraph and P.O., 
and 15 miles west of Spencc's Bridge, 
In Tale Prov. Elcc. DIst. Section 
crew. 

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GOWARD 

a station on the M.C. Klcc. Ity.. Saa- 
nlch Intorurban Uivislon. V.incouver 
Island, in the .Sannlch Prov. Eloc. 
DIst., eij miles north of Nlctorla. 
Marigold Is nearest P.O. 
Daly Dr preacher 
GOWER POINT 

(known also :in Goro Point), a rnncli- 
iug ffiWt mint :iimI summer resort on 
I.- or .iKiiinc-e to Howe 
.. Vaiiciivr Prov. i:i.-c. 
IH.'^t.. renrhed by I'niun S.S. Co.'s 
boats from Vaiiri.uv.r. :;0 milts dis- 
tant. Boats carry mall. 



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Billows 
Bride Dr W summer res 
Chester Jas S lanchlng real e< 
I-'alley Frank ranching 
Hemlni' J carp and ranching 
Harvey Bruce summer res 
Irgins D logging ranching 
Iriglls Dr physl.an 
Kcrtein W ranching 
Klllander John carp ranching 
1-ye Miss summer res 
-M.Mdows Stniil.v summer res 
Redpath 11 summer res 
Steven A summer res 
I rle W sumemr res 
Watson A J summer res 
Wilson Rev 11 .Mith clcrgyma 

GOWLLAND HARBOUR 



GRACE 1LA.RB0UR 

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! Lett Chas A farming 

, ^tt Chas A Jr farming 

j RAHAM CENTRE 

..• „^~, .„ <^-a>'nm Island, on 
ea.xl side of Massett luKt. n.-ar Port 

1 Clements in Prince Rupert Prov. 

i ciec. Dist.. reached by G.T.P. steam- 

1 ;rs from Prince Rupert. 

j Graham F gen store 
5RAHAM ISI.AND 

I the largest ot the Queen Charlotte 

I oup .-"'eQ in iSoS by Commander 
"•revost after Sir James Robert Gra- 
•m 'Tst lord of the Admiralty. Is 
85 miles in leni;lh. Uu mil.-s .-..utli- 
west of Prince Rupert and 5J0 miles 
northwest of Vancouver. L.ocal re- 
sources: Farming, coal mining, cop- 
per and >;^-^':;^,«-;,;i^:,;;^:=^ceM;l"i^ 

.iueen""Charlot'le City. Naden and 
.-■ort Clements. 

.RAHAM LANDING 
"O and settlement on the Arrow 
Lakes! ^1) miles from Nakusp. leach- 
ed by C.P.R. lake steamer.s. Has 
Uom. Govt, long distance telephone, 
Presbyterian church during summer. 
Local resources: Dairying, fruit- 
growing and lumbering. I'opulation, 
50. 

iiurton Farmers' Assn gen store ■ 

Clcase A J mixed farming I 

l'Vs.«er J mixed larming 
Gardner John mixed larming 
Graham Alex J larming and 1 -M 
Graham A lumber and shingle mill 
Graham L 

ttall Jnme.s mixed farming 
.lilts C larming 
illllar John mixed farming 
I Miller Alex mixed f:irniiiig 
.ailier James mixed larming 

.ogerson Jos larming 

.illlams John mixed farming 

. ork Alice M teacher 

/RAHAMS 

I I flag station on the K.V. Uy.. miles 
rom Grand Forks, the P.O.. In prov. 

I ..lec. DIst. of Grand Forks. Local re- 
sources: Fanning, logging and min- 
ing. Colony of 50 Doukhobors here. 
Cooper Henry ranching logging 
Evans Addle ranching 
Fisher Jesse ranching 
Forrester Robt dairying ranching 
I'^llmore — ranching 

I Glanvlllo Wlllielm dairying ranching 

I Gregg John ranching and miner 

i Hakliig >lirbt ranching ' 

I Hoelzel Frank ranching 

I l.lndliolm Itobt ranching 
Maen Geo ranching , 

I .Matlola I'eter ranching logging 

; Noff Loo ranching 

I Patterson Wm lodging contr 

! Pounder Ray ranehlng 

I Kollii Julius ranching i 

■ ' .Simpson iiobl lo^-glng I 

ThiMup.son rhas C ranching logging | 

I /„ i.ko Jolui ranching | 

GRANBY BAY | 

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by stage from Ducks. Has Dom. 
tiovt. U D. phone. Xcarefst tel. .sta- 
tion IS .VJelphi. Anglican church 
and public school. I'opulatioti 350 
Local rt.'iourcts: General farming, i 
cattle and horses. Address mail, via, 

Adelphi P. O. 

AdelphI Hotil T Gordon prop 

Rerti-ll — carpentering 

r.ulman J ranching 

Chamltsun T ranching 1 



Cotton P & Thvme E raich 
Gordon F G rai'-hing 
Gordon T prop Adelphi He 
Gregory M 

Hoole E AV general store 
King F ranching 
Movion C ranching • 
Percival F ranching 
Pringle A blacksmithing 
ITingle J ranching 
Pringle T ranching 
Smith R ranching 
Whitaker G C ranching 
White C ranching 
Willard Mrs ranching 
Wilson W ranching 
Woods K E ranching 



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i i.s a charmlntly situat.d 
at the junction of the main Kcttl.- 
Klver with the North Fork, in a 
wide valley surrouniled by be.uiiiiul 
moUMtain.s. Grand Forks ha.s n 
KUtMtantlal business bli>cks cnl ! 
Ing all lines of business, si,: • 
educational farlllli. s. comi'i . ■ . 
high and public schools with a -stall 
of 13 teachers, line public buildings, 
eliurcli.s of lour d<'n»niinallnns. a 
good water supply, electric light and 

I H C. Telephone. (U. Northern and C. 

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ii- ll-r. Ih.- laii 
in the llritlsh 
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factory, pi 



Clerk.) an all-year climate few places are 

y. built Us egual and fewer still its superior. 

A splendid .system of macadamized 

lev h. incr on the main roast to coast 
-^' I'Jc liighw.Ty. <;rand Forks is 
(y the C. 1'. P. Nelson-Van- 
Mii... and the llreat Xorthen. 
I- '^ > Tt ha.s Anglican. Preshv. 
leiiaii. .Methodist and Roman Catho- 
lic chuiches. 

Grand Forks City Omcers 
Mayor — G H Acres 
City Clerk— John A Hulton 
City Auditor— F n S llaiUe 
I'olico .Magistrate — Neil .McCallum 
Chief of Police— Jas Norgrove 
FIro Chief— i;enj .Norrls 
Med Health tUllcer — Or C M Klng^t..ii 
Med School Insp — Dr W Tr\i.ix 
City Electrician— Irving Spinks 
B C Govt Oiliccrs 
In.lustries ti"Vt Agt— S U Aln.un.l 

Judge County Conn— J R Brown 
.Mining Knglneer— !■ L Freeland 
Sherinr— H C K. rman 

Ilary .Magistrate- Xell McCal- 



II. nis- 
County 
Inland 
jt Cu.s- 
oiricer. 
St cop- 
•■.inplrc: 



^ mill. 

iron work.^. rr.uniery. lan. I'neiiic. 

Orent .Vorthern. Kettle Vallev 

and Spokane .t Hritish Columbia 

railway*. This .spells prosperity. I lum 

not only for i;ranil Forks, but for j Constabli — Geo Standeld 

the entire siirrotiniling district. An- l'''"ull '""P — Thos Svme.s 

other asset that ha.s been bestowed I'on'l Supt— J A .McCallum 

h'lm^";; ^;;j;.!^t ):::^^iC',i't;i^::^ I ^o- oo.. oncers 

trie powir. onl\ I'-ut of whleli Is now I Postmaster — Geo H Hull 
utilized. .Many ..ther power .-ites cam '■'"■•*»<'nis Collector- 1; U Gilpin 
l>e .1.1, |o|.,.,I o.i til., ininv sire.nm!. I Animal Health miieer— Geo H Aei.s 
- 1. . i.l. and this, with the ,pl,.n'. ; ''"'"''^'•••'"••" Agt — I- T .McCallum 
ni ir .-•r'ort.nt|..n and abundant raw!''^'''"" '"■-•' — *' H Ki""-- 
" "■''' will iin.l..iibi..rlly attract I Acres Gen H V.S Inspector Health of 
.,|.,nui ,.t.,iers .M,.llur Natiir.. has I .\nlmals |>„,n Dept of Agrlcult.ii .■ 
|.lallt. d oxer th- dist.ict a splendid Allen A mgr Allen .t .Norrls 
giowth of very valuable timbt'r and ; Allen Geo W conductor CPU 
Immense quantltl. s of pulp timber I Allen & Norrls .saw and planing mill 
await the establishment of a pulp' and box factory 

mill. All kill. Is of delicious fruits, I Almond .S U prov go\ t agt gold com 
potatoes and all other v.gel.ibles. al- 1 and min recorder 
falfa. timothy, all kinds „r grain, ai.l Ande 
grown successfully an.l i-iol, table. I Ande 

The mild w Int. is ar.> con.lucive to I Armson C mlxeil farming 
the raising of st..ek. for the mild | Armson Geo shoemaking 
winters mean but little feeding diir- Armstrong \V F fruit-growing 

tab- .\twood C .A. .S prop Jtiverslde Nil 



rk J. IT Pa\ 



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'erymnn RiversU 
K Coop. 



[ling Is necessary for i; , ..^ 

Th.- climatic eon.lltlons In the Kettle Atwood Rrlc S ni 

Galley nic excell.nl— no .leep snow. Nur.serles 

no bllzzanl.s. an.l no exiieme cidd In Maker Samu. 1 un.lertaker 

winter. The ml. Idle part of the sum- I Parlee !•• K .S real (St.it 

mer Is warm .ind dry. with eo.d i lite in.surance and city auditor 

nlghl.s. lieliig at an alliln.le of I.TI.'il i:.irl.-.- J..ve.. .\| l.-.lg. r Cm l;aiik ..1 

feet a box e .s.a lex el an.l betwe.n the I Cm 

ICoekies and the coast rang, s. it .l..es Parron F. K dairying 

not K.t the ,.x,.,..v,<ive rains of the p.aumuartn.r An.lr. xx- shoemaking 

coast .lislncts. nor the extre lark itiid cigars 

or iii..lMnie ol the .li.x belts, an.l for | neiis..n P mill man Ito. k I'andy Mine 



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i:ii^ T Orchard Co fruit-growing 
1 Union Harry cleric Jeff IJavis & Co 
];<.nthron Wm contractor an'l builJer 
i:oundary Iron Works Ltd Jolin Mc- 
Kie. mgr manufacturers iron and 
brass castings 
i:owen T poultry-breeding 
l; C Telephone Co Ltd Helen M Sloan 

act 
i;rown J A rancher 
i;rown Judge J R Judge County of 

Yale 
llrown Susie opr IJ C Tel Co 
l;runner Wm carpenter 
Uruno Vinccnzo market gardener 
Bryant H V V&U dcpt CFR 
i;uchan Alex It baker O K I^akory 
Lurns P & Co Ltd meat market A H 

.Mulford mgr 
tlurr A C auto accessories vulcaniz- 
ing and plumber 
Cadoo James clerk Jeff Davis & Co 
Cagnon Emile H of Cagnon & Schecr 
Cagnon & Schecr billiards cigars to- 
bacco and confectionery 
Canadian Hank of Commerce C H 

Nlles mgr 
Carpenter W fruit-growing 
Carter Oouglas mould'-r J: 1 AVka 
City Cartage Co I'eler.scn & Dins- 
more props cartage coal wood and 
ice 
Clnrey Jennie clerk McLeod & Hodg- 
son lAd 
Clark Dros men's furnishings boots 

and shoes 
Clark George D of Clark Uros 
Clark Frederick of Clark liros 
Cleary Irene nurso Grand Forks Hos- 
pital 
Clunis Alex clerk Grand Forks Hotel 
Coleman J A fruit-growing 
Coleman Mark dispenser Province 

Hotel bar 
Collins H W fruit-growing 
Conyers F. J mgr West Kootcnay 

Power Co 
Cook Ralph enip P. I Wks 
Cook W J Dom Inimig odlce 
Cook W T acct Canadian P.ank of 

Commerce 
Cooke JYank school Janitor 
Cooper Alva F clerk GNW Ry 
Cooper F IC undertaker 
<"ooper Geo T Junior Koyal Hank 
Cooper W H meat cutter P Ruri.s & 

Co Ltd 
Coryell Frank tie contractor 
Curlew Crrnin.ry C K K Jrnn.- niKV 

nifrs hiitl t aiiil i.-. .-rfriin 
DAVIS JErr * CO, General Store, 
Dry Good-, Clothlntr, Men's rnm. 
ishlngs. Boots and Shoes, Oroc«rles, 
Confectionery. 



GRAND PORKS 



Empress Theatre F Downey mgr 

Kvans G publisher Grand Forks Sun 

Feighner D ranching 

Fielding John land surv 

Fisher Chas lineman South Kootenay 

Power Co 
Fisher J F sec Xorth Kettle River 

school board 
Fook Lee Yuen laundry 
Fook Lee Yuen Co general store 
Foote W A conductor CPR 



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Fowler L G Granby purchasing act 
FYache Augustus of Frache Bros Ltd 
Frache A O of Frache Bros Ltd 
Frache Pert of Frache Bros Ltd 
Frache Bros Ltd llorlsts and gard- 
eners 
I'Yakes Wm ranching 
Frankovitch Amy clerk McLeod & 



Hodgs 



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Frankovitch L mechanic Grand Forks 

Garage Co Ltd 
Frankovitch JIatthow ranching 
tVankovilch Dlga F steno Grand 

Forks Garage Co I-td 
Freeland P B mining engineer B C 

govt 
Fritz Marie clerk Curlew Creamery 

Co 
FuiiKloy T grain-growing 
Galiprau W J concrete contractor 
Galloway A ranching 
Gar.ln.r R J of Miller & Gardner 
Garrett Geo B agent CPR 
Gaw Ida nurse Grand Forks Hospital 
General Hospital C M Kingston supt 
nilpin H n customs collector 
Claspell H A prin public school 
Glover W A dairying 
Gmaeff John ranching 
Gowans Wm M conductor CPR 
Graham Margaret steno Can Bank of 

Com 
Grand Forks Farmers' Institute C C 

Heaven sec 
Grand Forks Furniture & Hardware 

Co Ltd furniture hardware ngrleul- 

turnl Impts tinsmiths Simmons & 

Smith ingrs 
Grnnd Forks Garage Co Ltd acces- 
sories repairs gas oils autos for 

hire N L Mclnnes mgr 
OBAMD rOKKS GAZETTE (Every I 

rriday) T A Lovo Mirr, Gaiette 

Printing Co Ltd Printers and Pub. 

Ilihors. 
GRAND rORKS HOSPITAI.. Dr C M I R H. Wright. Mg 

Kintrston Medical Sapt, Mnrg-aret , 

J ICingston Matron. 
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ton Electric Co Agts, Fontlcton. I 
I'tpew H K engineer kVIt 
I>c Wilde Peter ranching RFD 1 
ninsmore Phela music teacher 
Dlnsniore S T of City Cartage Co | 
J>iii."inorc W H ranching : 

Homlnion Express Co Ernest Vant | 

ngt 
Donaldson Jas clerk John Donaldson 
Donaldson John general store ! 

I'onaldson Stanley school teacher I 
lionnan Arthcn.t ledger-keeper Royal 



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printers and publishers 
Gram! Forks Transfer Co 

Hansen props coal wood r 

fer 
GWVA G F Hunter sec 
Hacking H mixed fHriniiig 



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kness J W mixed farming 
knesH Percy H ong CPR 
rigaii Margaret school teac 
Harris Jaiiics A sec Gilpin 

Hartlngcr Frank prop Grand Fork 






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Hel^chkr Helena 

Hospital 
EENITIGER E C, Flonr, Teed anc' 

Grain Sealer. 
He.rr H C watchman <;raal 
Herrick E fruit-Krowing 
Hesse Chas fruit-growing: 
HodfTson R L nigr dry goods 

McLeod & Hodgson I-td 
HurTman I.uella M millinery 
Huffman "W F mgr grocery Uf pt 

Leod & Hodgson Ltd 
Hughes E J ranching 
Hull Geo H postmaster and 

school board and alderman 
Hull S T real estate and insurance 
Humphreys Gwendol 



Grand Forks lleLeod J F. brakeman CPR 

ilcLeod & HoUsson Ltd A B McLeod 
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school teacher 
rineer CPR 
rrister and soli. 

?lerk Jeff I>avis 



SlacKcnzie H L b;i 

tor 
MacRitchie Ka 

Co 
Malta G mixed funning 
UANItT'S HAKDWABE, D C Manly 

Mgrr, Hardware, Agricultural Im. 

plements and McClary Stoves, 

Sang'es and Enrnaces. 
Mann 



dispatching jiaple Leaf Mining Co Ltd H ^\■ 
f^' I Young mgr 4j miles north copper 

Hutton John A city clerk ' and gold 

perial Oil Co Ltd ICrnest Vant agt I Markell J B fruit-growing 
• Massie Cr E fruit farming 
Co iiathcson Dan mgr Rock Candy Mine 
Mathcson Neil watchman Granby 



W poul 
Jenne R E mgr Curlew Prca 
Jewell Thos conductor CPR 
Johnson A E ranching RFD 1 
Johnson Servis mgr I'nion Mine 
Kerby F M surveyor 
Herman H C sheriff 
Kettle Valky Restaurant Jas West 

prop 
King C H Inspector Dom Police 
Kingston C M phys and prop Grand 

Forks Hosp city health ollicer 
Kiiigsliin Margaret matron Grand 

Forks Hospital 
Kipping A fruit-growing 
KIrbv Forbes M land surv 
Kirkpatrick Thos C ranching 
KIrkpatrIck Win H asst supl ICV IJy 
Kitchen J dairying 
Kl. man A mlNod farming: 
Knight H E fruit-growing 
Knight Xola waitress Province Hotel 



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Lawrence J T fruit-gri.« lug 
Laws B F fruit-growing 
Lnwson R frult-groH Ing ai 

Carson school board 
Llddlcont 'NV blacksmlthing 
Llndeboig C V fruit-growing 
Lindholm R mixed farming 
LIndley A teamster Grand 

Trans Co 
Little .Tas ranching 
Logan n n electrician HouU 

enay Power Co Ltd 
Love T A editor The Gazette 

alilerman 
Lowman Fred agt GNVV Ry 
J.yden Loretta ..per i: C Tel Co 



ihol hay grain fruit 



Smelter 

Matthews S J nuto ga 

Meggllt C V fruit-growins 

Meggitt C W 
and UR ties 

MIchener Avia oper B C Tel Co Ltd 

Michener A F house painter 

Mili.r !•' fruit-growing 

Miller F J of -Miller & Gardner an<l 
alderman 

Miller S J prop Winnipeg Hotel 

Miller & Ganlner undertakers hard- 
ware furniture etc 

Mix Chas A prospector 

Model Livery M H lUirns prop livery 
and feed stable autos for hlre 

Montgonurv J IJ fruit-growing 

Montgomery W J mixed farming 

Mooyh.ier J R bicycle accessories 



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ilorrlson Co 
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Morrison A D Co 

ticlans J C Tayl 
Mude Mima school teacher 
Mudgo Charles clerk E C Hennlger 
Mulf-.rrt A H mgr 1' Burns & Co 
Necdham T K engineer CPR 
Xewbauir F druggist Woodland >>c 

Co 
Newman C frult-giow Ing and farni- 

Nlles C H mgr Can Bank of Com 
Norgrove Jas chief of police 
Norrl.o Ben chief of fire brigade 
Norrls I', mgr planing mill and box 

factory Allen & Norrls 
.vp.rlen P.ertha school teacher 
I O'Connor Kathleen clerk P O. , , „ 
T td I O K Bakery O G Puna prop bakei> 
n4 and confectionery 

Sept OKeefe J G carpenter 



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> magl<;tratc I Padgett TaU.Mii 

•eter T l.nmlgrHnt agt i •'">•"• 1' \y- •*■"; 
A fruit-growing I Pearson Chas f( 

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ter 
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man The Gazelle 

ther Chas Romai' 



Alexandria teller Can Bank i 

McEweTKlIen rooming hou«e IV 

MeKwen Helen school teacher P- 

.Alellwalne Gw.ndolyn bUpr McLeod & 



II C L ranching 
p C of City Cai 
F stationery 



Hodgson I 

Jtclniies N I 

age Co Lt 



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trie 

Av'ei's T frult-Ri 
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nvslde Farm 

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WI.TGLEVS B. C. DIRECTORY 



GRANITE CREEK 



Kiverslde Nurseries CAS Atwood | 

prop ' 

i:obcrt6on A A supt Rock Candy Con- ' 

contiator I 

l;obertson Hugh W George C Egg ' 

mgr fruit and farm lands 
l:obinson "\V F ranching 
nock Candy Concentrator A A Rob- 
ertson supt 20 miles north con- ; 

centratingr mill > 

r.ock Candy Mine Dan Matheson 

supt 20 miles north fluorite 
Hooke Jas fruit-growing ] 

Iloss W T fruit-Browing | 

llowlandson E mixed farming 
lioyal Bank of Canada G A Spink I 

mgr 1 

Uush Arthur mechanic Grand Forks 

Oarage Co Ltd 
liussell Hotel 1' -VV Russell prop 
Ryley J H barrister and solicitor ', 
Scheer Klaus of Cagnon & Schcer 
Schnitter A fruit-growing i 

Sewell Miss K A school teacher j 

Shannon Ed miner Uock Candy Mine ; 
Simmons J T of Grand Forks Fur- i 

niture & Hardware Co Ltd 
Sloan Helen M agt V. C Tel C'o Ltd 
Smith Geo shed foreman CPR 
Smith Jas A of Gi:inil Forks Furnl- '■ 

lure & Hardware Co Ltd ] 

Smith J J farming I 

Smith W'm tele opr CPR i 

South Kootenay Power Co Ltd F J 

Conycrs mgr electric power I 

Spence Miss H J school teacher i 

Spink G A mgr Royal Bank I 

Spinks H H watchman Granby Smel- 



Wolfram Carl F mech S J Matthews 
Woodheart David gardener 
Woodland & Co H E Woodland mgr 

drugs stationery etc 
Woodward E C fruit-growing 
Wright Ethel oper B C Tel Co Ltd 
Wright T A bricklayer 
Yale Hotel A Traunweiser prop 
Young H W mgr Maple Leaf Jlin- 

ing Co Ltd 

GRAND VIEW 

a flag station on C. X. R. Okanagan 
br.. 7 miles S.AV'. of Armstrong, in 
N'orth Okanagan Prov. Elec. Dist. 
No station agt. or P. O. Armstrong 
Is P. O. for the settlement and 
Vernon the business centre. This is 
a Se%entli Day Adventist settlement 
and there are no local stores. Grand- 
view is a very fertile flat, mostly 
orchards, producing very fine apples, 
cherries, plums, etc.. and also pota- 
toes, beans and other produce. Tw.> 
..urch organizations and a school 
vith about fifty scholars, up to eighth 
-'■ade. 

Brown Wm farming 
Hirchkovn D farming 
McLeod Wm farming 
Reiswig D farming 
Reiswig G farming 
Stickle J farming 
GRANITE 



The American 




is&|. 



Spinks Ir\-lng city electrician 
Spraggett Myrtlo clerk Jeff Dav 



Spraggett Florence I teller Royal 
Bank of Canada 

Sprinthall ■\\in .nip B I Wks 

Stacey H raiicliiiig 

Stafford Catliei in.- M O clerk PO 

Stanfield Geo jirov constable Boun- 
dary police district 

Steele Thos ^r ranching 

Steele Wm teamstrr 

Stephens S R prin high school 

Stuart K M fruit-growing 

Stuart E W ranching 

Stuart Jessie school teacher 

Sunnysldc Farm (fruit) B J Ralph 
Mgr 

Sweczey Ben prospector 

Symes Thos fruit inspector 

Taylor Ed ranching 

Taylor J C mgr A 11 ^rorrison Co 

Tepoorten Leu.ianl d.ntist 

Thomas W W poultry-raising 

Thompson E K dairy farming 

Thomson Miss C L school teacher 

Tilley Major ranching 

Tlmberlakc Son & Co Jewelers w.itch- 
makers and opticians 

Trail AV J S fruit-growing 

Traunweiser A prop Yale >Totel 

Truax Dr W phys medical school In- 
spector 

Tiiion Mine T,ewis Johnson mgr 45 
miles north i-oUl and silver 

\ant I'm. St Horn lOxpross and Im- 



Itossland br 



miles V 
Elec. Di: 
Siding. 



Cash Registers 



Compact Keyboard. 
Ht^h refri'tcriogr cai 
acity. lltock Sy«tei 
Drawer operated. 



Highett Grade Cfh 
Remitter midc. 



on your ca^h problems. 

W.E.WALTER, Ltd. 

54 W.ter St. 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 



GRANITE BAY 
a P. O. and 
west side of V 



landing on the , 
aluez Island, in Cninov; | 
it.. 130 miles northwest . 
reached by Union .s. S. 
Olllce of Sub-recorder 
ng Division. Has pub- i 



W: 



W-> 



;er J a 
l<. r II 


agt 


t.v cm pic 
<ingi'r S 


yee 
•wi 


ster A 
ny I'o 
t Jas 


II ele. 
ver Co 
prop 


triclan S 
<ottlc V 


nut 
allc 



>f V 

Co.'s boa' 
.Vanalmo 
ilc school 
Larson J mixed farming 
Louma A poultry-raising 
L.ouma E mixed farming 
atcnfors A mixed farming 
Twidlo Henry sub-recorder N.anaimo 
Min Dlv gen store photog and JP 

GRANITE CREEK 

a mining settlement In .VtUn Dis- 
trict, about 2j miles N.E. of .\tlin. 
vi.T. Discovery. B.C. No permanent 
population. Placer mining, .stage to 
-Surprise T^ake. thenco by pack-horse. 
Address mail via Atlln P.O. 
k'ronquist Vic mining 
Sandstrom Lee mining 
Sandstrom Sam mining 



MURPHY 
CHAPHAN 



3RANITE CREEK 



\\.iUpr nr. man CPR 
Wllinson 1' mixed fanning 
\\ illls Joseph tlokct agt CPR 
Wimilpog lintel S J .Miller prop 
^VIs.■man Fred cmp B I Wks 



a settlonien 


t at 


Junction f 


f G 


nnlte 


Creek and 


Tu 


ameen RIv 


er ( 


north 


fork of the 


Sii 


lilkanieen 


tlve 


). (;o 


miles from 


Cou 


rtlee. and 1 




St of 


Princeton, in Y 




Tlec. 


Hist. 


Has Dom. 


iovt 


. long dist 




tele- 


phone oilic. 


1 


laoer mini 


ig. 


I'nal- 


iiiont. I'l I 


liles 


distant, is 


the 


P, O. 


•••dersnn \ 


ndw 


laborer 






Da we \\- A- 










..,s,r .Miss A 


school teat 


her 






isnertor. gii 


de 














James Mrs 


Allc 









; Commercial 

Stationers 

and Printers 



799 
Granville St. 

Cor. Robson 

Vancouver 



GRANITE ISLAND 



PACIFIC 
TRACTOR Co, 

B, C> Diitribotert 




CLETRAC 

Tank - Type 
Tractor 

For FARM and 

INDUSTRIAL 

PURPOSES 

Send for literature 

313 

Cordova St. W. 

VANCOUVER 

Belmont House 

VICTORIA 



The 
Star 
Printing 
Company 

W. Ch.t. Stewart, 

Proprietor 

rdiiiiiicrriiil 
I'riiiler^ and 
iiici'j; 



iinchine 



GRANITE ISLAND 

of \\clsSn''''r<."i ',? ■'■'"■''- ''"'■'■ "'''" 
Klcc. Dist., iea?he.l "by 'vuion r'^% 
Co s boats. Boats .listribute mail on 
call, but a.s quarry is closed Oou", 
tlieie are no residents thfic at 
present. 

GRANITE SIDING 

i',^^".!'^"'"^' "" "'« Xclson and Ross- 
land branch ot the C. K U., in Trail 
Prov. El.-c. Di..t. Dominion K.MHes." 

-.,..- charg.-s mu.st b.> prepaid. 

wnii ^- '"T^bor.np. I, uit-«ro,{ing. 
\\illiams biding is the P. U. 
Bartlett c;co AV 

BillinRton Heg 1 

Uillington ^\•|M lathing 
IJlewett Wm J blacksmith 
liowyer }Iarry ranching 
Hyron Jos ranching 
Craggy John \V carpenter 

Crllly Uarklcy mine manager 

Cunning Win ranching ^ 

1-rancella IJominico sic m-in 

Gansner Christian ran.hing 

Causdel T^ars rar|Mnt,'r 

Clib.son Wm If mill mm 

Glullc Krne-st M dairvi'ng 

Gough Thos d.iirylng' 

Griswohl Tiarvev miner 

Hill Jas G raiicliing 
John ranching 
I Wni ranching 

Lauson Thos ranching 

.Mcl'hall John ranching 

Morgan Cornelius mining 

Moullon I-redk \V breweryman 



Hill . 
Holm 
' I-ai.so 



Uochc John J ranrhinj 
I Sharpe ICrnest l.iiming 
Snell Saml blacksmith 
Swan Chas A ranching 
Mncent H W owner r 
Wilson John T raiichii 
\\rlght Thos .V ranchli 



WRIGLEY-S B. C. DIRECTO};V 



&^2r''iv'V'°"' '" ^"o- Vancouver Prov 
; p-luon & j'.'^''"?'""'' .''>" ^lai-ine Navi 
' Methodisi and" AngUca'n ch'urcl,^e?*i' 
.summer. Population about 50 ii 
, winter. Lo. al re.sources: Fannin- 
; chicken-raising and fruit-growing 
I Boyle A S ranching 

Chamberlain Claude road foreman 

Chamberlain C H ranching 

Cu.shing A\- M resident ^ 
j Doherty 1 AV retired 
, Kverctt Arthur mill man 

Harris T D plumber 

Liggins Saml gaidener 

Peterson O ranching 

Roberts rapt V AV retired 

Simpson A poultrv man 

Smith Al lanchiiig 

Smith Miss nurs^. 

Soames Thas lancing 

Soaines Kredk farm iig 

Tompkins i: I, i^ti ed 

GRANVILLE ROAD 

the I.ulu Island branch 



C. K. U 



a station 
of the 15 
A'ancouve 



GRASSY BAY 

a landing on Loughboro Inlet route 
of Lnlon S. S. Co.'s boats. Mail is 
delivered via Lnion P. S. Co., Aan- 

Grassy Bay Logging Co 

GRASSY PLAINS 

a small settknie 

George, in the Im) 

Klec. Hist. Address 

George P. O. 

Hartley Geo C gen store 

GRAVE YARD POINT 

a Pom. Govt, telegrard. 
miles east of Shames 
Mc.N-eil n D Covl tel agt 



near Pili 

George Pr- 

via Prii 

farming 



c 


1 GRAY CREEK 


liles north ot 
of \-.Vnci.uvei 


« P. O. and set 
I.Lake, in Kasl 
■■e.-iched by C. 
Nel.son. an.l di.v 



it on Koote 
V. Klcc. V 
steamers i 
S miles f 
I MKier. Which is nearest telogr 
H. P. K.) oillcc. H,-is B. C. and P 
■■miV|..M^^ Jistance telephone ,.| 
o Illation 4». Local re.sour. 
Iruit-growing. ranching, live st> 
etc. l-ine hunting and llshing. 
Adams M fi uit-grow int- 



GRANT BROOK 



Andei: 



N< 



LOOSE LEAF 
SPECIALISTS 

IM.one .Sey. S(.O.S 
812 PENDER ST. 

Van coil ver 

B.C. 



1 •''. ■'"•'* 

i Ihe'p 
Dist. 


agent. S 
O.. in I- 
Section 


mil 
ort 
ere 


•. N. U. a 
■s west of 
George Pr 


d G. T. 
.uceine. 
JV. Klec. 


' Willi; 


msoii lla 


rr> 


."ectinii 


foreman 


' GRANTHAM 










Hy.. i 


-ill setll. 
ii.iy. wli 
1 Ct>mox 
■ Isl. f 


•r'. 
II 


it. 1 mil, 
Is on the 
V. Klee. DIs 
.nay Is tl 
■ s public 


s from 

:. * N. 

t., Van- 
e busl- 
sehool. 



HentheiiM .„,,x ra.ieinng 
Clark Leonard fruit-growing 
(.ray Creek Store (S Birbfck A J 
, Lewis and L Clark) A AV Lymhcry 
mgr gen store i"""-rj 

lladdon Hubert laiuhing 
Lewis Alfred prop JIarlborough K'en- 



11 be 



Arthur AV 
re.k Store 
igh Kennel 



Igranthams L.VNDING 



lanehing m 
id PM 
Alfred Lev 



nd fruit 
eiiltc cl.- 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIHECTOUV 



GREENWOOD 



GREAT CENTRA!. LAKE 

un the Islanil Auto HiKlnvay. 11 miles 



Kl. 



Dist. The Great Central Lake is 23 
miles long and provides excellent 
lishing. while the surrounding hills 
abound in bip game. It is easily 
reached by auto, where tourists find 
excellent accommoilation. incluling 
launches, boats and fi.ohiiig- tackle. 
Ark Hotel and Fishing Lodge Jos 
Drinkwater prop 

GREAT NORTHERN CANNERY 

r> cannery on the P. G. K. Hy.. 7 
miles we.-it of North Vancouver, and 
3 west of Hollyburn. in North Van- 
couver Prov. KIcc. Di.>!t. Has local 
telephone. I'opulation, 70. mainly 
Chinese and Japanese. 
P.lythe David resident 
Great Northern Cannery Denance 

Packing Co Ltd Vancouver props 

fisli canncrs 



GREEN LAKE 



a lanchine .«. ttlement on Green Lake, 
in LiUooet Piov. i:iec. Dist.. 45 miles 
north of Ashcroft. Address mail via 
70-Mile House. , 

Eden Capt ranching 
Kclen Roy ranching 
Eden Stanley ranching 
Graham Ilobt ranching 
Graham Samuel cattle-raising 
Pretty C X ranciiing 

GREEN POINT RAPIDS 



6KEELY 

a C. I'. J 
Kevelstok 
poin 
Nea 



Kevcl.vtokc i' 



mg 



a r. O. and logging district on 
Cardoro Channel, in Como.x Prov. 
Elec. Dist.. reache.l by Union S. S. 
Co.'s boats from Vancoviver. Popu- 
lation. :;o to 30. Has tel. oOf., large 
hall, but no store, shingle mill, and 
logging operations. 
Allison A P postmaster 
Allison A P & Co Ltd McKee Millies 
I & Jamison lessees shingle mills 
and logging 
Uackus Thos woodman 
Hrown Nicholas logging 
Green John I., snpt A F A & Co Ltd 
I llardison Geo farming 
I Hidcomb Wright shingle sawyor 
.Mclioiigal Henry shingle s.iwyer 
' Mnlrooney Jas logging operator gcn- 
! era) liimbcrmnn and ranching 
1 Hidph Harold D shingle sawyer 
1 Winston Dexter shingle sawyer 

GREENS 

I a boat landing on the Krasor Ulvcr, 
b.^twoen New Westminster and Port 
llaniiiioiHl. in Dewdney Prov. Elec. 



GREENSLIDE 



poini. 111 lieveisioKe I'ro' 
Nearest .station at Twin 
P. P.. distant 3 miles. 
15. Kanching aii.l lumb 
Boyle John mixed fariniii 
Haner John mix.d farm 
Hancr Mlllon mi\i li f.ir 
Johnson M mixed f.iiiiii 
McClallin Mr.s N.llle ml 
Turnross Chas mixed fai 

GREEN BAY 

on Nelson Island, near IVnd.r liar- i a station ami lojiging camp on C. P. 
bor. the P. O.. reached by Tnlon S. S. K. IJevelsloke-Arrowhead branch, 'J 
Co.'s boats from Vancouver. I miles south of Pevelstoke. in Prov. 

C L Packing C» Ltd E T Clilf mgr | ''lo'--- Dist. of Uevelsloke. No agent. 

Vancouver)' ''""' """ '""' *"""=*• j OREENWAY SOUND 

a steamer landing on the northeast 
rprT-KT PTTV s'''^ of llroughton Island, Comox 

GREEN CITY ,.^g^. j..,^,, ^y^^^ reach.-.l by fnlon 

(See Cralgtown.) S. .>^. Co 's heats from Vanci>uvcr. 



ireenwoo( 



General 

Fancy 

Goods, Ltd. 

Wholesale Dealeri 

Toy« — Novelties 
Stationer; and 
School Supplies 
Leather Goods 
Electrical 

f Sundries 

j Drug Sundnes 
Hardware 
Specialties 
Basket* and Silk 
Goods 

■ Phone Sey. 2246 

j Corner Richar<l$ 
I and Cordova 
iVANCOUVER 



an Incorporated city and 
centre, on the C. P. U. Nel 
couver line. 117 miles west 
.•ton. in C-eenwood I'rov. E 
tJrecnwood, with an altituil. of J.l.'.i 
feet. Is prettily sitii.il.d aiiiniig th. 
hills In the Houmlary Creek Vall.N- 
and is served by the C. P. It. and hj 
stage from Mi.lway, on the G. N. Ity 
Has C. P. U. t.legraph and \i. C. tele 
Plu.iie. with long distance connec 



nining ■ Bidder Henry R 
i-Van-! Ilig Co|>pvr Min 
f Nel- ! sil\er copper 
, Dist. ' i:.iMih(iil .^ hay and cattle 
;.l,-.ii r.ciiii.lnrv Women's Inst .M 



le f; 



I'oggic mgr 
L 
farniing 




r.i.nwd.rs Leo 

P. C Tolephone Co Ltd Miss E SI 



lo Uy 1) M MePh 



schools and hospital. Population. 700. ''ai 
Aftermath Jllm- W n Richard mgr ,'|',' 



W i: I'lei 
and' cattle 
u'.i- R C 1 



I CHICKEN 
I RANCHES 
! FRUIT HARMS 
I VEGETABLE 
I GARDENS 
DAIRIES 
''throughout the 
better settled dis- 
tricts of the Pro- 
Complete lists, 



414 Seymour St. 
Vancouver 



GREENWOOD 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIliKCTORY 



Arthur 
Coles 

Real 
Estate 

FINANCIAL and 

GENERAL 

INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

ESTATES 
MANAGED 

p. 0. Boi 167 

1205 Broad St. 

VICTORIA 



Cox H hay and cattle 

Culley T JI mayor 

Dcudney AV R Prov Govt Agt Gol 

Comr 
Dixon S alderman 
Dixon S P painter stonemason 
Docksteader N electn GCWW Co 
Doclistfader W H livery stag-e 
Duhamel J H mgr Fremont Mine 
Klson Mrs AV millinery 
Elson AV tailoring cleaning- etc 
Enterprise Mine C S McRae mgr 



silv 



coppe 



mi 

C9. LIMITED 






Building 



Flemminp W B prop City Transfer 
Flood J P mgr Greenwood Opera 

House 
Floyd nros hay and cattle 
Floyd C S cattlo farmlr.e 
Folvik R hay and cattle 
Fraser J Prov Chief of Police 
Fremont Mine J H Duhamel mpr sil- 
ver eold 
Goodcve J H drugeist and chemist 
Gorilon Capt mine owner 
(Iraham E of Imperial Hotel 
Graham J mininc 
GWVA A N Mownt sec 
Greaves H trller Can Uank of Com 
Greenwood City AVnlor AVorks Co G 
Swain mpr clcc licht and fixtures 
Greenwood Farmers' Inst L. G \Vilson I 



Petersen F L alderman 

Phoenix Mine Granby M S & P Co 

oprs gold silver oopper 
Poggi Jas mining 

Providence Mine A J Morrison mgr 
Rendell G A gen store 
Rendell Mrs G A priv hosp 
I Richard W R mgr Aftermath Mine 
I Rolston H with 1> C Tel Co 
Robinson R shoemaking 
Rusk J I cattlo farming 
Sacred Heart Hospital in chg Sisters 

of St Joseph of Peace 
Scott C mgr Enterprise Mine 
Sinclair Miss E agt B C Tel Co 
Smilt A 1st v-pres B G W V A 
Smilt Mrs E Qual nurse 
Smith D hay and cattle 
Smith W printer sub-editor I^edger 
Smythe Rev Anglican clergyman 
Studridge F dairy farming 
Sunset Mine New Dom Copper Co 

Ltd oprs gold etc 
Swain Geo mgr Greenwood City AV 

W Co 
Swanlund Geo hay and cattle 
Taylor G R mun clerk and trcas sec 

school board 
Thomas Helen 

Thomas T cleaning and pressing 
Walsh T cigars and tobacco 
G hay and cattle 



Greenwood Grocery (R Lee A Bryan) 

gro and feed 
Greenwood Ledger R T Lowery pub 
Greenwood Lodge K of 1' 
Green, vood Opera House J P Flood 

mgr 
Grcig A of Pacific Hotel 
Grev G elk Greenwood Grocery 
Gullcy T M mayor 
Gulloy T M & Co furn hardware 

paints undertaking 
TIalcrow Robt plumbing steam ftsr 
Il^ill.'tt L H barrister police mag 
Haussencr F hay farming 
Henderson J mining and cattle 
Horavatin A hay and cattle 
Hoy J E mixed farming 
Imperial Hotel (E Graham P Parry) 
Jenkins Thos master mechanic 
Jcnks W mixed farming 
Kcadcv J eUctn S K P Co 
King C real est and 1ns 
Lakeland AVm ranching 

Lee It of Greenwood Grocery ' -"i -">'•■ '' 

Lowery R T pub Greenwood Ledger I street ca 
Luznar V grain growing 
Mi'Artlnir C J cvnl mid n onj 
M.i-r. ith J -^ rr.M. N\-ii,,Nnr Hotel 



White G hay 

Williamson John sec Anaconda soh< 

hoard 
Wilson Mrs E scc-trcas Womei 

Inst 
Wilson R acct 
Wilson W C dairy farming 
Windsor Hotel Jas McCrcnth pmr 
Women's Institute Mrs E Wils 

sec-treas 
Wood R elk Bank of Montreal 
Wood W H phys prlv hosp m 

health cdlcer 



GRETAS 

I a steamer 



landing on the Okana 
een Okanaean Landing 
reached by the C. P. 



GBIMMETT 
a suburb an< 



O. of Vancouv 



tlon 



ed bv 
Has 



p sheriff 
;ustoms 



McDimaM J dairy farming 

Mcl-lmnn D R watchmaker etc 

Mc<;illls n mining 

McKee Hugh wood coal teaming 

McKrIlar John mining 

McLaren D mining dairying 

McT^od Danl alderman 

Mcl.rnd J 

Mcpherson D M act CPR 

Mcltac S hay fniniing 

Mills J V nit-r Hank of Montr.-; 

Miteliell R nunlng dairying 

Moran J mining 

Morrison A J alderman mgr P 

dencc Bline 
Morrison N of Pacific Hotel 
Motherloilo Mine Canada Copper 



the North Arm Lumber Co. ; 

C. Tanning Co. plants on the Fraser 

River. See additional names under 

Vancouver. 

Beach D bec-keeping 

Carter J bee-keeping 

Carter W T groceries 

Champion R G mgr Fraser River 
Cooperage 

Currle Mr poultry-raising 

Cuthbert John dairying 

Ebata G farming 

Fraser River Cooperage R G Cham- 
pion mgr 

Low Thn farmlnc: 

McK'ni:-ht A , -^.T-^T.-tor real estate 



A N postmaster 

Miss TO A opr H C Tel Co 

II hav an<l cattle 
Hotel (\ Greig N Jlorrlson) 



M-|lkiii.-<on i; c.-irt.Tu- 
Williams J C larming 
Wong Lee Co farming 
Corp GRINDROD 

a P. O. and station on C. 



mons-Okanai 
south of Sir 
gan Prov. K 



branch. 17 miles 
-)us. In Xorth Okana - 
Dlst. Nearest C. P 



WklGLEVS B. C. DIEECTORY 



ulation, 200. Has two sawmills, 
!-tore. school, excellent farming dis- 
trict north ami south, witli inagni- 
lirent scenery. beinK locatcl on the 
Spillumcheen Ki\er, in the Okanayan 
Valley. 

Anderson A farming 
Anderson L. fanning 
Andrews U farming 
Archibald J farming 
Uailcy Wm farming 
Baldwin A R farming 
Baldwin 11 farming 
Baldwin AV H mixed farming 
l!cst J farming 

Bladon Willoughby J farming 
Bradshaw I' E mixed farming 
Bubb E R farming 
Bunn Miss B school teacher 
Butchard II farming 
Butler M sawmill 
Campbell Wm farming 
Carlson Agnes school teacher 
Charllsh B farm laborer 
Clark G E farming 
Clark J farming 
Crandlcmire Cli.is AV farming 
Cummtngs D farming 
Dangll M A 
Dickey J farming 
Dysalt K farming 
Dysalt V farming 
Edgar S Jl farming 
Enemy J farming 
Enoch J farming 

Fenlon Rlch.l * Urn mixed f.irmlng 
Folkard Fredk mixed farming 
Fyall Andrew farming 
Uraham J farming 
<5reenlanU C S farming 
Greenland Win mixed farming 
Halksworlh Bros farming 
Hancock Claude 8 mixed farming 
Hoffman Frank dairy farming 
Hornell J farming 
Hyam M farming 
Kile Mrs M farming 
Klrshfelt Bros mixed faiinlng 
Knapp Harrv John dairy farming 
Lambert John farming 
Larson Axel mi\cd farming 
Larson J \V mis. d farniini; 
Lldstone ti farming 
LIdstone J \V nilxed farming 
Lld.«tone R f.nrmiiig 
Lldstone J A farming 
Lldstone T W dairy farming 
McEwen Cieo Duncan farming 
McEwen Vm farming 
McManus Daniul mixed farming 
McManus O farming 
McShcrry Wm farming 
Mack W farming 
Metcalf C farming 
Monk John farming and I'.M 
.Monk Will daily farming 



HAGENSBORG 



Murtc 



T fa 



.Vorth Okn 

Monk sec 

<Mson J far 

I'aul A f.nrn 



st J 



, J .: ■. ;■ 


■d farming 


K \: mix. 
c\\ Johii 1 


d "farming 
armlnc 
:\lry fnrniii 


1 y f.iini 
lor E r.ui 


llMg 



Stow'ards 11 11 dairy farming 



Stewards T G farming 

Strickland E farming 

Str&lger 1^ A farming 

Swallow J farming 

Tomkinson Arthur farming sawi 

garage and auto repr 
Tomkinson Harry gen store 
Tomkinson Jesse mixed farming 

Grandview Bench school board 
Tomkinson Wm. mixed farming 
Tomkinson Mrs W fruit farming 
Turner J A farming 
Twigg C farming 
Waby H E farming 
Weir Matthew farming and blksn- 
Wells Geo mixed farming 
Wells G H farming 
Wilkinson T farming 
Williams G farming 
Wyne J farming 

GKOXTNDHOG 

a siding 



Ilazclton, till 



I UNIVERSAL 
I , TIRE 
J FILLER 

Will give you 
greater satisfac- 
I tion than the air- 
j fiUed tube— 
nith At less expense 
j and with the saine 
i resiliency as 
I with air. 

j Agents Wanted 
130 j Call or write for 
less folders. 



GtnCHON'S ! 

a Dom. Govt. L.D. telephone oMlcc. i 

21 miles from Jlorritt. the business 

centre, and G from Quilchena, the 

r. o. , 

Guichon J rancher and tel agt 
GUILFOKD j 

a station t.ii G. T. P. Ry.. 3 miles 
east of IVnny, the P. O. Nearest I 
telegraph ollice is Hutton. 21 miles ! 



Bain G mcr Red Cedar Shingle Co 
Clark I-; farming and trapper 
Kiiibry J lamiing and trapper 
-Melos II farming 
Melos O farming 

:iIunro J sec Red Cedar Shingle Co 

Red Cid.nr Shingle Co U B.aiii mgr 

iiifrs of rough lumber and logcing 

GULF OF GEORGIA CANNERY 
a salmon cannery on the l'>aser 
River, owned bp M. DesBrlsay & Co.. 
I"3 Yorkshire IJldg. Vancouver. 



Factory and in- 
stalling station 

UNIVERSAL 

TIRE FILLER 

CO. 

983 MAIN ST, 
Phone Scy. 8485 

VANCOUVER 



IF ITS 

GLOVES 

Phone Sey.7532 
or write 



munlcli 
loria. I 
rond, in 



^_,,„, San dell 

>alily,'i:( tiiills n<.nh o"'"vi'c- p ,'T f /"I 

he P.O.. by the West .Siuuilch I {j'tct I Ck 
1 Saanich Pro\ . Klec. I>lst. |iVjLl^« V/U. 



HAGENSBORG 



nVlh-vinl'iiid'i'r'.lm Ih'i'w 'co).|-l''?>riiK-e GloVCS and 
Mag" . '"'n' ■ l'''''lh"' i''S' "''"■"V";'"'^^' I Mitts 

i;;'"^n;.?k'''£;v''Sn:?irv;::£iiFor camp. m.ii 

Vnn.;..iiv,r. I,<.cnl and rural tele- 1 or Mine 

[;r.;,r .I:;;;;;;!:"'"';...'.?;'- r'souro;": om specialty 

I'.rtil. soil, valuable tiinbir. exct I- 




Cor. Homer and 

Cordova Sts. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



HAGENSBORG 



The 

Crystal 

Spring 

TRY OUR 

Drif 

Ginger 

Alo 

ETC. 

Manufactured from 

the celebrated 

Crystal 

Spring 
Waters 

1244 
Richardson 

VICTORIA 



WEIGLEY'S B. C. DII! ECTOR Y 



Enpebretson Tho3 farminjr stock 

I>.oosatsiim school board 
Gledhill Samuel farmine 
Gordon Kston blacksmith farmer 
Gordon Olat farmine lishinK 
Gorden O farming 
Graham Wm farming- 
Orumslul Sif,'urd mixed farming 
Gyllinspotz JO cattle-raisine^ 
Haaksvold S L farminjr lishinp 
Hammer Albert farming dairying 
Hansen Hans farming 
Hansen H O mgr Bella Coola Lumber 

Heckman SI M mixed farming 

Hoage Kavid II farming 

Hobcr J \\- dairying 

Hollo J U mixed farming 

Indervik O farming ti.^hjng 

Jacobson Krank rattle fishing 

Johnson Frank farming 

Kellogg O T of Sallo..mt Lumber Co 

Lauritson I-eter farming 

Lokkcn O J of Salloomt Lumber Co 

Ltjnos Jacob H farming stock-rais- 



CROSBY 

and 

BISSELL 

Stationers 

PRINTERS 



Mc vth IJonjamin A farming 

McKay W 11 school teacher JP 

Ness John fnrniing lishing 

Ness John C lishing 

Ncswold A C. n.ix.d farming mg 

Salloomt Lumlnr Co 
Xordschow JIargarct boarding houS( 

Nygaard Iver N farming ilshing 
N'ygaard Olo mixed farming 
Odcgaard Ilans rarming lishing 
Olson f;jerl farming lishing 
Olson J mixed fanning 
Olson Torger <.f Saloonit Lumber Cc 
Oveson Andnw K iiii\ed farming 
Ovcson Ole V farming lishing 
balloonit Lumber Co.. Andrew O Xcs- 

vold nigr 
Saugstnd Gunner sec Uclla Coola 

Logging Co farming 
Saiigstad It lishing overseer farming 
.^iluilsi.iil ol,- ivirpinter farming 
s.g.'"-' l;> 1I.III-; ininlstcr .and PM 



C.PR. Columbia River route Kovel- 
stoke Prov. Elec. Dist. This resort 
i^nrt ITu!^^ /'"■ ^'n .beneficial waters, 
and also for fishing and huntlnir 

?o?,n.n„Vi,. ""iS^- c:h"rch services 
omL".'"'i^iVulat'?o"n' ^i^''- "^'^^^^-^ i 
L•ovd'"^^-,n""lo4,^g''°"'"•>-'•^^^"'« 
Halcyon LoltHng Co niiiioral water 
^^SIS^ =°^ SPRINGS HOTEI. 

a SANITAEIUM, H A Heffer Myr 
Heffer H A mgr Halcyon Hot .<^pring^ 

Hotel & Sanitarium and P.M. 

ttat.t:; 

n.-e. or Photnix. in Grand lAiri.-.; 
Prov. Elec. Dist. Xo resiSJnts " 



HALF MOON BAY 



rming 



^i^:;ri5^. l^aiS?d\^"^S 

pS. Co's boats from VancoiiVer "li"" 

laiit 40 miles. Has Govt. Telegraph 

olhce. public school. Populat on a 

As hdow., <Jeo carpenter 

JJottonily Percy teamster 

Cormack Geo ranching 

Dow i:d ranching 

Erlcksoii Axel ranching 

Erlck.son Guss ranching 

Fletcher Jas ranching 

Grant Alex JP 

Hare Geo rtnchlng 

Hopkins Kd ranching 

Jones H It ranching 

Kaymes John ranching 

Kitchen Herbert mgr 

Trading Co 
f'yt'j Airs C postmistress 
Lyell John lishermaii 
.Mlntie J Wm ranching 
Morgan J logging 
Ncwlaiid .Vrthur lishi-rles ovt 

and Insp of canneries 
i^owell K Len store elk 
Red Kools Trading Co Herb. 

Chen mgr gen store and j 



Red 



I l: |. 
farm I 



Dell 



, .Scarlett Jas ranching 

Shoehridge Frank ranching 
I ^^b'Vjb.':,''''-;'" J"'- ranching 
I Watson i-iou' nJ'nrhing 



Office 
Supplies 

Sey. 261 

306 Tower BIdg. 
Vancouver 



iiiislian weather observf 
i\ ill rod T farming 
Iv. r farming lishing 
J..hn farming llsh oillc-i 
H farming .Mlock-raisint: 



ath.r, o„ the C.P.K.. IS miles oast 
\:: ■- 1 aiHl 2 north of Hope, the 
■■■' 1 ' -.r River. In Vale Prov. 
'■"'I I'l--'. No agent: charges 
1 h. prepaid. Poiiulatl.in. 10. 
1 resources: Farming, mining 
lumbering 



HALFWAY EIVER 



vhlch i.v 



for 



m Half Wa 
-nllcs long, a 
s.-o. into the Pe.ico River, 
west of Fort St. John. In For 

H-o?|-s{:'j';:hi"iVb ''''''^'" 

<;a<lenheiid H A farming 
(udenhe.id John D farming 
l-orlar E .S ranching 
.Mcllonald Thos ranching 

' HALKETT BAY 

I u steamer landing on t;,imbie 
I Howe Sound. .\,. v.n,,.,.,,, . 



HALL 



HALCYON HOT SPKINGS 



umh.rii 
.•<almo 
1» mil 



-Nels,.ii. 
•I. II.is 
l.iilatl.in. 



WniGLEVS E. C. 1)]RECT01;Y 



HAKBLEDOWN 



Kisher Jas prospector 
Jlankin C gen niKr .MunUin I- & P Co ' 
Jlankln C prps ilankin L. & P Co ; 
I'atterson Colin L lumbering | 

Shoemaker I' H minin^r I 

Swanson John iniiiint,- 
Towner A C dairyinir 
Mankin Lumber & Pole Co Lid G 
Mankin pris C Mankin pen mfc-r 

HALL'S CEOSSING 

now known as AVestliolme. 
HALL'S PEAIRrE 
a P.O. and farniinc di.strict in Camp- 
bell Creek Valley, Jlunicipjalily or 
Surrey. Pru\ . Llec. Dist. of Helta. 
Reached by Jitney slace from 'Whito 
Kock, distant 4 "i niih m anil adjoininR 
the International Loundary. I'opula- 
tion. 160. Has Anglican and .Metho- 
dist churches. lOxceptlonully mild 
climate and cuod productive soil. 
Anderson Geo sec Fern Itidrv ]''ar- 

mer's Inst 
Kamford Mr mixed farminK 
liarker J J farminK 
matter Mr mixed farmlnt- 
norls D l;ro\vn bee-k<-epinK 
liudd Geo farming 
Burton Kalpli \V mixed Carmini: 
Campbell 1) farminn and cari> 
Crutchley .Mrs mixed furminj,- 
Day J F falrmini,' dairyinj; 
Urury A P furnilnR slieep 
tScorge Mr mixed farminjc 
Green Brock mixed farminfe- 
Hcwat Harold farnunK 
.Tacobson Mr bees farminK 
Johnson Kdwln (,' postmaster 
Johnson H T farming 
Johnston Alex 
Jones Percy J" dalryin*,- 
Kcegan H I, farming 
Loath am W J 
McBeth Alex 

McConkcy C A customs olllcer 
McConkey Kobt mixed farminn 
Moorc Wm sheep 
Osborne Mr mixed farming 
Pcschke Mrs A beekeepini; 
I'eschke Aur J mixed furmln„- 
Scruton Jesse 
Sheppcrd Uay butcher 
Vlckcry Chas K farminir 
"VVildcr Sr retired larmer 

HAMMOND 

a station on C.P.ll. nmiti line 1'.". 
miles east of Vancouver, also reached 
by SS. "I'ort LanRloy" from New 
Westminster. Sec names under I'ort 
}<ammond. 

HANBURY 

a P.O.. lumberintr and farming settle- 
ment 2 miles cast of Jaffray. on the 
«.P.R. Crows .\. St line, in Fernlo 

uap.n." :';■ ',, ---''o— "" 

**ameron t : i' ■ ■: i;- 
Chllds .v:,ii;i I , : nnd P.M. 

T>emrse\. 1: ■[■■ ■ : i 1 1 nnni: 
Hurry Prt, r l,,in.i,m- 
l.lnibocker Ir.-.l 

IIANCEVILLE 



and rancliiufr 
Dessault Jos ranch hand 
Fosbcry I" returned soldier 
Hance Grover O ranching 
Hance Mrs (.irlando T ranch! 
Hanee I'ercy returned soldier 
Macaulay l)ani.el ranching 
Martin Huke ranchini; 
Martin Perry general store 
I'yper Itobt general store 
Rapan Jas V ranching 
Stewart Jas H ranchinc 
Stewart John ranchinj.' 
Trelhway Jos O ranchinc stock 
Wilte Frank Geo ranching 

HANEY 




HAJNSAKD 

a lla(c static 



the G.T.P. Ry.. 
sa l^ke the P.( 
ce tli'orKC. in Fe 
0. IJist. Section 
m only residents. | 
"man | 



SERVICE 
and Modern 
Art Studios 



Window Di.play. 

and Back Ground. 

Detigned, Built 

and Initalled 



Scenica & Po 
TheatrJcal Sc 



HAPPY VALLEY 



vood. on !■;. & N. Ky 



Sign, and She 
Card! 



<xy i.o 
It tw. 



It. an. I I. 



Kraph olllce. 'lli. i'\ i; ii iv \ i. ■ 
lorla to Utf II' A III' ■ • ■ ^ i,.i 

Vancouver aii.l ti i n;, i i I- 'm ■ 

laid throuch th. •,.,i. .. n l l^ „. :,r|. 

finished. The \all, > i;. alM.ul 1 iiul. s 
in leiiitth. and at each end arc .Xn^ll- 
raii churches, and a mission hall at 
.Midway. Good schools, public halls 
and stores \nriously situated. P.'pu- 
lallon. L'nci. Local resoiin.s; Sh. • i. 

frull-Krowlnir. dniryim; — \i. riii n. 



•'redk C lumber mfr 
r J mixed farmlni; 
r.l .Mrs .M J daryintr 



nalllmorc' Waller cegs poultry dairy 

prod and prov 
Dyer Wllmot farming 
Field liros lumber mfrs shce|i and 

fruit 
Ilankin Alfred poultry-raising 
.MeL.-od M <; farminR 
M.NIoholl l:rus larming 
oliv.r l>iek pi.iiltry farming 
Itc.ss n .\l poultry farmliig 
.<lmm..nds .\ i: sheep and butcher 



W; 



W 



HARBLEDOWN 



« north 

::'1VgV;';i 



I'opulalion. 
IIS. Local 
fling and 



Decoratinc 

Window rr 



153 Cordova W. 
VANCOUVER 

D. C. 

Timeivell 

High-Crade 

Cabinetmaking 
Upholstering and 
French Polishing 



■Buy Di 
Mfr 


ccl ffom 


EtIiD.t.i Forai.Wd 


t>n.llCU» 


a .1 Work 


Repair 


, Etc. 



Phone Sey. 6268 

1123GrnnviIIeSr 

VANCOUVER, 

B.C. 



HAEELEDOWN 



WBIGLEY'S B. C. DUJECTOJ.'Y 



B.C. 

Collection 
Agency 

Collections 

Made 

Anywhere 

Agencies 

Throughout 

Canada 



311 HIBBEN-BONE 

BUILDING 

1122 

GovernmeDt St. 

VICTORIA 



G C 

HEATHER 

& Co., Ltd. 



FURS 

Taxidermy 

Makers of High- 
Grade 

Furs 

^^'c Specialize in 

Retnodellint; 

Furs 

Kiigs Mouiitoil 



1029 

Granville Sireet 

VANCOUVER 



an7p m"" " ^^" '^""'^ ranching Kroenes Otto farming 

Karnano Miclja.-l logging ranching j McKenzie AVm cattle-rais^n'tr 
>n Kenneth logging ranch- .McLean il farming '^■^'^'"e 
I Marchan Kd trapping 
Meiss Alex fur buyer and h< 



McCr 



HAKDWICK ISLAND 



K„ ^TSH I'mbtred i.«land. bound 
by Uilboro Channel. Chancel 
Channel, Johnstone Straii= a 
Sunderland Channel. served ' 
Lnion SS. Co. boats from Vancouv 
which carry mail. Has (iovt. <^cho 
Local resources: Logginrr an,! >=„r 



lid lit 



ettle 



splendid li.«;liing and hunti 
Bendickson Logging Co Ltd H Be 

dick.son .supt 
Cartrain A settler 
Halvorson G engineer 
Hand K workman 
Imada H ^ Co h.gging contractors 



J \\- 



Llor 



Kelscy W 
Knut.<;on N l..M.kkfei,cr 
Larson L ingin.pr 
Mc & Mc Logging Co 
Mun & Kerr Logging Co 
Sumpton J Settler 
HARDY BAY 



trapping 
farini 
:!s fan 



^i.--' , 1 farming 

Nii.l ..,r> _\: , rr.ixed farming 
I'al^.iauu^ A.L. ii J dairy farmi 
Pateiiaude G Lrvson dairvin" 
Patenaude J P property holder 
Patenaude Spencer H "farming 
Pegus H A mixed farming 
I'eterson Thomas mixed larmm 
Ueid U'irt farming 
Iteid W H dairying 
Itobertson AI. x farming 
Kobertson Neil farming 
Itobertson It dairying 
Stevens ]•; trapping 
Simpson James M iraniiinir 
Stewart J farming 
Thygescn Ld farming 
Verscpulch Kd rar|ienler 
Wallers Lloyd farming 
irming 



Waun 

Webber Thos 
Youngcrin Ar 



irying 



HARDY ISLAND 

a quarry 7" miles 
ver. at mouth ol 
Prov 



Co in ox 

by Ini 

rouver. Has 

olllce. Addr.ss innll H 

via Union SS. Co Vanccj 



■s north of Vancou- 
of Jervis Inlet, in 
:iec. Dist.. reached 
'.'s boats from A'an- 



HARMSWORTH 

a station on the 1!. C. K, IJv., 7 miles 
east of Cloverdalc and i east of 
l-?r? ?i.' J''""'r'«'' '" Chilllwack I'rov. 
I. ec ni.^t .No agents, charges must 
pe prepaid. See nnnicR under Sper- 
ling Station, the I'.O. 

HARPER'S CAMP 



itiver in Carihoo l-i„v I'lic 
reached by singe from L.ic'lu'll 
on the Carib..o Moad, Ma U(i 
llouse. Has telegraph ollice and 
lie school. T'opuiatlon. ].-,«. l 
'■•■i^"_"'"ces: Farming, mining and 

Anderson Itobert farming 

Atchison J farming 

Lell C general store 

lient Wni farming 

r.Iake J miner 

r.orde L A mining 

ISoswell William trapping 

Lrents ]•; s tarnung 

Campbell A lilackwooU fur buv.r 



larmlng 
HARPER'S RANCH 

I a ranch and Pom. Govt. L D T. lo- 
phono ollice. 7 miles from kamloops 
the business centre, and P.O. 
Western Canadian Haiiching Co Ltd 

A W Stobie ingr stock raising agt 

Dom. Govt. Tel. 

HARRIET 

^an. Is . Internrban system, sitnati.l 
Jtoad. :; miles from r.nirn ..i ...i, 
Tillicum is the nearest P.O. 

HARRISON HOT SPRINGS 
Picturesquely situated on }Iarri-.oii 
i^nl?- .""';!;"" '"^'''' '•>■ "'"""tains fion 
3.000 to 10.000 feet In height, w th 



far 



uhich"ii'7o',nii.,s';;;;i of"\^;^?:;;f 

H«?Ht„^"v,'? V'<^.'^'- ■^"'•c Hotel 
Harrison Hot Springs. The Govi 
mcnt hatchery is loont.'d here 1 
bile s.l 



C.P.R 

and Ollice 
Westmlnst( 
Baxter W 



R 



Jliniii 
fruit 



Ib-Rp 

ig Hi 



id 1.1 



ling 



campb.ll W fruit 
Crowhurst W C ranching 
Cruikshank Kev retired 
J,'^U^^|jph^llatchcry A Uobcrt 
I llarrisoii Hot RprI 



St. Ali 



Ltd 



Ha.s 


Inm 




Mo\ 


Inni 


F 


Ink 


nan 


C 








Mr( 






.Mil; 




■,-. 


.Morriso 




Pen 


ly 





bo.^ 



A\RIGLEY'S B. C. DIRECTORY 



HAKTLEY BAY 



Warde E G mixed farming 
Warrs W H mtcr St Alice Hotel 
Weaver Thomas stock dairying 
Wilson C H retired 
Wilson AV stock dairying 

HARRISON MILLS 
a P.O. and station on C.I'.R., 81 miles 
cast of Vancouver, in Yale Prov. 
Klec. Dist.. and ilunicipality of Kent. 
Has C.P.R. telcKraph olPice, shingle 
mill, large sawmill at present closed 
down. The district is a mixed farm- 
ing one. Population, 100. 
Cartier Levi dairy and farming 
Davidson Jos mining 
Duncan Jas (i dairy and farming 
Harrison Lake Logging Co Ltd K J 

Tretheway mgr 
Hart Wm dairy farming 
Hutchinson Wm mixed farming 
Ingram \V C mixed farming 
.lackson C A fruit mixed lamiing 
Kennedy I' W dairy farming 
Kilby Thos postmaster 
Kilby Thos & Son dairy farming 
Klrby Jos dairy farming 
Mcintosh H 13 watchman 
Mcintosh Peter nigr .sawmill 
McKlnley J S mixed farming 
Matherson M puiiipman CPU 
Morgan J mlxril l.irming 
Percy A bridge gang CPU 
Plckcn Jos night watchman 
Jlat Portage Lumber Co LKl (closed 

at present) 
Pretty C K mixed farming 
Ross H N mixed forming 
Rothenberger F agi nt CPR 
Smith Wm mixed farming poultry 
Thompson & Altken Lbr & Shingle 

Co mfrs 
Tretheway E J mgr H L L Co 
Wake Jesse mixed farming 
Wilkinson E J mixed farming 
Willoughby D mixed farming 

HAREOGATE 

a station ami r.incliing settlement In 
the Columbia Valley, on the K. C. 
branch of the C.P.U.. in Columbia 
Prov. Elec. lUst., 34 miles south of 
Golden, the l'.(.).. from which it has 
a bi-weekly mail service. Tlie auto 
road from Golih n to Cranbrook 
passes through the settl.ment. The 
C.P.R. Natural U.s..ur<-.s lj.pt. has 
a farm contiguous to si iijoii. A dis- 
trict suitable ("V n r.ii I imiim;; and 

small fruits. •• I ,, ■ . ...own. 

and sport in lli. ■. • ■■ i , i i u; and 
lishing is good, i ■: ,. i i .■ ^ are: 

Timber, and niimn;:. u I i. i, i::.iv .le- 
velop. I'opulation, 4". l>.>ni. liovt. 
telephone at McKecnians. 
Carlson A section foreman 
Dodd John ranching 
'Gilbert AIfre<I ranching 
Hynes Renjamln section man 
Hyncs James II ninching 

Hynes Trir,.rd r'nulnng 
Hvnes W. 1 ^ . Mi .,i in 

llMl.-s Wl/i . 



Tow 


n.= 


en. 


.Miss C K ic 


ichi- 






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ling 


Ol 


Aril 




1' K 


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in T 


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T>lst.. 4 miles from 






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Ilie nearest C. 


•It. 








ni 


<1 1.^. east C.I 


Ne 


so 




ni 




centre. Has 




C. 



phone. Anglican and Methodist 
churches and public school. Popula- 
tion, 200. Local resources: Fruit and 
vegetable-growing poultry and cattle- 
raising. 

Anderson John trapping 
Appleton Oscar ranching 
Armstrong Wm H ranching 
Patley John E ranching 
Hourkc t";has D mixed farming 
Kreeds Robert H ranching 
IJritton John W ranching 
P.ritton \\'m W ranching 
Cooke-Hurle Wm A mixed farming 
Cose Boaz ranching 
Cose Gideon ranching 
Crcasey Renj L ranching 
Creasey Robt J ranching 
Crozier P.ourke lightkeeper 
Deverson C ranching 
Donaron Harold ranching 
Dousenbrosper G ranching 
Edwards Capt ranching 
Eskriggs K A ranching 
Fairbairn Archd E ranching 



nod Thos 



tiching 



Midc io ViacoQTcr, 

ELECTRIC 

STEEL 
CASTINGS 



Hallett Gordon ranching 

Harrop Ernest gen store farming PM I 

sec school board 
Harrop & Dist Farmers Inst W J : 

McConnell sec I 

Harrop & Dist Women's Inst Mrs 1 

W R McConnell see I 

Hill Margaret bookkeeping 
Hill Uobt mixed farming poultry 
Hindkv Fred W ranching 
Hoi I is Wm ranching I 

Homer John E mixed farming : 

ll..sking _F ranching 

Hugh's Rev P Anglican clergyman 
Ktnneily Chas D ranching , 

Kennedy ^\■m G farming 
Kerr Jas ]J ranching 
ICn.iuf Jacob ranching 
Knudson 1! farming 
Leggatt H ranching 
Lo«e Ilari>ld A ranching 
McConnell W John poultry ranch 



M;i< 



"inching 



l.ing 



cy fruit-growing 



HARTFORD 



the C.P.R. Nelson-Midway 
.'s east of Phoenix, Gjeen- 
. Elec. Pist. No residents. 



HARTLEY BAY 



;e on Douglas Chan- 
Rupert Pr.iv. Elec. 
I.y Cnlon SS. Co.'s 
iMiver. It is !)0 miles 

Uupert. the nearest 
I. Has Methodist 
ic school. Local r.- 

nnd milling. Po)iu- 
•e also Drum Lum- 



Special 

Ctirome 

Steel 

Mill 

Liners, 

Etc. 



Opsal Steel 
Co., Ltd. 

VANCOUVER, 
B.C. 



Universal 

Multi^raph' 

inji Co. 

Metropolitan 
Building: 



Multigraphing 

Machines 

for all 

Purposes 



The 

Mulligraph 
Sales Co. 

LiiniteJ 
Phone Sey. 644S 

VANCOUVER 



HARTLEY BAY 



WRIGLKY'S B. C. DIRECTOIir 




PRINTERS 
and BINDERS 

Office Stationery 
Loose Leaf 
Sjritem* 

Advertiiing 

Booklett 

Catalogue!, Etc. 

753 View St. 
Victoria. B. C. 



Bates J fisliinc 
Kates P lishintr 

Chiton Kcl lisliinir and i7as .. 
Clifton Heztldah lishing- 

Clilton Kiclmrd fishinir 
Clifton Rob,Tt nshin/ 

Pil'''^* ''"" ^ -'^ missiunai 
Douglas P tishins 
punda."^ Frank lishins 

pij.-s >. iLshinK- 
I "n ; : ; miner and prospc-ctL 
i,..n^ i tcr il i)rospeclor 
^ici ..iiKV il prospecting 
MrVnM'","\f Prospi-ctinK- 
McMillan >r |.r..spcctins 
Moodv Alex li^hinK 
Moodv ]>anif| li'^hinir 



erco 



nd cai 



int- 



Itetcu Ui.bt fi.-hiii 
Recce Simon liyhi 
Robinson .\mbros 
Robinson Amb .Ir 
Robinson Arllnir 

Robinson i<.'il,r K lis,., 
Robinson \V,n II i.shlnK 
Shaw .N J li>hiMt,- 
Wilson A Tl lisliiiif; Ind 
Wilson San.l i.shine 

HASTINGS 



and <■ 
-Jifstor.- 
d ca 
trad 



Aldridge !•■ fruit-<jrowin ■' 
Alexander A fruit-gruwhig: 
l->arr J A fruit-jrrowinir 
Ben W c fruit-'VrVu "fp 
Brealoy A fruit-growin ' 
^^'"faley Henry fruit-srJ« ing 
Camibell A fruit-erowin 
Canadian 13ank of Com 
agency of .Mission Cil 

"^^^rri?ixc^,''^"^'-----^ 

I Catherwood Albert cari-.ciitor 
Catherwood Thos fruii-prowii 

lcaVt"^!^fnL^^*Vr"^^^'' 



Colonian'w .,.o.uv„l 
Coots \V .1 fruit-prowing 
Couper AV L fruit-growing 
Dann A K fruit-growing 
Dunn AVni o«ing 

Edwards Arthur friiit-growinc 
Edwards Clrm fniit-giow ng 
Edwards <:oo fruit-gr'.w iiu- 
Edwards }i T fruit-grow ni'' 
Edwards I, J fruit-'-mu ii,^ 
Edwards Patk 1 ruii-growiii- 
Edwards T i: fruit-growi.il- 

, Edwards W y. rriiit-i:r..wii..- 
Elliott n H fruit-giSwi,, " ° 

I Ferguson K 



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tatlon on the C.P.H. and s„uth 
•e ol litirrard Inlet. 4 miles east 
\anrouv,T in extreme eastern 
Ion oi city. Has local telephone 
names under Vancouver. 



A. S. j HASTINGS RANCH 



&_, 1 Itobson .) i: rai,eh,r n.wl 1..I .,„. 

Co. 

of the Large 



HAT CREEK 



Insui 



Fire-Plate, .j^^ 
Glass — Acci- ' IV 
dent & Health^ ]i\ 

Aut o and i i ;■ 

Marine ! Vi,' 



a ranching settlement on C.-irih...- 
load, n miles from Ashcrolt. in l.ii- 

sVn'li^! .''"'• l'"'",'"- '"'*••■ reached l.v 
stage troin Ashcroft on C.IMt. .-loU 
<-.-N.K. H.-is Dom. Govt, telephone. 
Address mail via Ashcroft 
I'avis .\lex 



PRUIT & MERC EXCK I,Tn 
inanson Tres, A E C.T.tc' nt 
Pres, G H Mooay Scc.Trc 
C rishcr S.iles Mgr, Sh 
Truit and Vegetables. 
Gartrcll A fruit-gn.iv ing 
(^artrell Ed fruit-growinL- 
Mall H fruil-growhVg "^ 
Hatzic Trading <.o T Cathc 

mgr gen store 
Hatzlc Womcns Inst. Mrs T 

Hitrh A A frull-gr.ruTn,"*' 



W J 
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General Managers! Ii'i i 

Continental ; w.n.V n ! 

Casualty Co. ' iiatzic 
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Ass. Copn., Ltd.: ;;"''^,, '"^ 



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] McEwan H A f ruu-g7,.u in" 
I .McEwnn Wm fniii-growin -" 
I Mctjillivray D H fru.t-growi 
I McTaggart A fruit-growing 
I .McTaggart E frult-growiiig 

"^'ME.Nch' ■" '^'•"''■'•''■"^"■B V 
; -Mason .M L frult-growinc 
: Michle J C fruil-grmving^ 

.Moody r, II fruil-growinc s, 
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I -Murray J as I 
.Vewnuin W .1 
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HAZELTON 



Valentine A 

VosburKh J O fruit-prrowiiif,' 

Wakefield Joshua liuit-Kiouiiig 

HAWKINS. 

(See Parsons) 
HAYES LANDING 

near the south end of Alb.-rni Cc 
west coast of Vancouver Island. 



HAYSPOE.T 

a P.O. and fishing village on Skrena 
River, 23 >4 miks east of Prince 
Rupert, in Prov. Klec. Uist. of Prince 
Rupert, reached by G.T.P. Ky.. also 
by Union SS. Co.'s boats. Has Govt, 
telegraph oMice. Local resources are 
salmon fishing, canning and lumber- 
ing, with two sawmills in vicinity, 
also valuable- mines on Kcstal Uiver. 
Brew Nelson bldg contr 
Dupuis Mrs XI A gen store PXI 
Dupuis Omar carp and mining 
Ferguson John Wm Govt tel agt 
Maritime Fisheries I.td cold slurage 

and cannery 
Otero Jos lishing 
Prince Rupert J'ish Oil &. Products 

Co fertilizer plant 
Shirley Geo M farming fruit 
Stillman A fishing 
Utley Walter H 

HAYWARD JUNCTION 

a station on i:. & X. Uy.. l>um-an- 
Cowlchan br.aruh. .So,- nani.s under 
Duncan, the P.O. 



HAZELHURST RANCH 
a l)om. Govt. L. D. Telcplmn.- oilice, 
24 miles from Jlerria, the business 
point, and 18 from I..ower Nicola, the 



Hazclhurst H rancher and tel agt 

HA2ELMERE 

a station on the G..V. Uv., .", mil 

from Cloverdale, th.' P.O.. in lie! 

Prov. Klec. Uist. Has P.. r. Tel 

phone. Local resources: Farmi 

and Jogging. 

Abbott — farming 

Alcvek Jns larnilng 

Allcock A faruiitig 

Harton H farming 

Harton J farniinir 

Harton W farming 

Keasley Mrs farming 

Bennett E farming 

Blotter Wm farming 

Brown T) farming 

Brown J larniing 

Uudd O farming 

Burns J farming 

Clarke J tarming 

Day — farming 

Dougal — shipwright 

Drury — fnrming 

Hardy Mrs !■: H sec lla/.elni. 



mg 



Kecgan — 
Leatham A 
McUeth A 
McConkey C farming 
McConkey G farming 
McConkey Hobt bldg cont 
McConkey Saml bldg con 
Mayman E farming 
Moore W farming 
Nelson C D farming 
Nelson H farming 
Newcombe I logging 
Peshkc A farming 
Peshke C farming 
Peshke O farming 
Scott A farming 
Scntt W farming 
Scruiton — farming 
Sheppard Harry blacksmi 
Sheppard 



>kell 



irdei 



th Mr 



.Smith P farming 
Taylor K poultry breedir 
Tucker F farming 
Tucker T n farming 
Vandrist farming 
Vickerv Chas carpenter 
Whalkv A farming 
Wilder F. larniing 
Wilder F 1. liming 
Wright J W farming 



HAZELTON 

a P.O. and station on G.T.P. Uy. and . 
Skeena River, in Oniineca Prov. lOlec. I 
Dist., 177 miles east of Prince Uu))- | 
ert. (.'entre ol" a large farming, i 
ranching and mining district. Has j 
Doni. (iovt. telegraph oilice, general i 
hospital, oilice of Prov. Police, 
Deput.v Mining Recorder and Agent | 
Dom. Dept. of Indian Alfairs, Babino i 
District. Anglican and Methodist | 
churches and iiublic school. l!ig 
game hunting and centre for fur 
trappers and fur buyers. Popula- 
tion, 250. 

Atlleck P. C land surv 
Allleck W L land surv 
Anderson W AV mgr Hudson's Lay 

Ilagg J .'? prospector 
Hatt Robt tic maker 
Paynes H chaulfeur Jas MacK'ay 
IJoirnes G M mixed farming cattle 
Bo Kce cleaning pressing 
Brickenden K mi.xed farming 
Carrigan Peter prop Hazelton Hotel 
Chappell A D store mgr R S Sargent 

Ltd 
Chattleburgh Frank C real est and 



Haze 



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Holt Mrs Joh 
Homllold — 
Irwin W fnrn 
Johnson IMgii 



Success 

Business 

College 

Limited 

Business 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 

Clerical 

Secretarial 

Combined 

Beginners 

and Higher 

Accountancy 

Courses 

Main & lOth 
Vancouver 

BUP.ROUGIIS 

Adding lilacliioe 
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Copper 1 


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Claims 


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CO 


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Cunninghni 


1 Hazel 


bkpr 1 


Cunnlng- 


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Cunningl 


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Wattle 










Cussack 


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uid mixed 




Adding, 

Bookkeeping ind 

CtlcoUting Machinti 



^ , E. C. COLEMAN 

M.ui.ipcr lor II 1.- 

106 DUNCAN BLDG. 

119 PENDER, W. 
Vancouver, B. C. 



HAZELTON 



WKIGLKVS B. C. DIEECTOEV 



Victoria 
Book and 
Stationery 
Co., Ltd. 



Wholesale and Rr-.ail 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
DESKS & CHAIRS 
BOOKS, MAPS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
BLACKBOARDS, etc. 
PHOTO SUPPLIES 
ADMIRALTY 

CHARTS 
SURVEYORS' 

SUPPLIES 
TYPEWRITERS, .tc. 

1002 
GovernmeDt St. 

VICTORIA 



Edmonton Hide & Fur Co Ltd Kred 

Dubord mer 
Ek Charles owner Red Rose mining 

property and farming 
Empire Group of Mining Claims T 
Kailson owner, silver lead 11 miles 
cast 
; Erie Mining Properties E L McKin- 
i man owner lead zinc 4 miles east 
, Forrest Thos farming 
Galloway J D mining cng 
Goddard Constance ledger Union 
Bank 
I Golden AVonder Mining Claims Suth- 
d Estate owners gold copper. 



iles 



It hen 



HP 

Hazeldlne 

Printing 

Co. 



Good Printing 
at Fair Prices 

516PendcrSt.W. 
VANCOUVER 



Oow W \V agent 

Craef 1, A opr L>om Govt Tel Service 

Grant U'm gen insurance 

Grant Wm sf-r school board 

G W V A. W H Morrison sec 

Grey Harold farming 

Ilalliday K H clerk Dom Govt Tel 
Service 

Hazelton Hospital Dr H C Wrinch 
supt 

HAZELTON HOTEI., Fet«r Carrl^an 
Prop. 

Hcvenor Jas farming instr Dept In- 
dian Affairs 

Hindle H C dairy farming 

Holland \V H gen store 

Horbury Minnie acct Hudson's Day 
Co 

Hudson'.s Bay Co W W Anderson 
nigr gen store furs 

Iron Cap Group of Mining Claims 



Maychilinko J mixed farming 

Moro L. mixed farming 

Miller H bkpr Jas MacKay 

Miller Jos owner Kootenay Group of 
Mining Claims 

Mitcliell C W opr Dom Govt Tel Ser- 
vice 

Mitchell John H elk R Cunningham 
& Son Ltd 

Morison John "\V teller Union Eank 

Myers H mixed farming 

Xewick John nigr Up-to-date Drug 
Store 

Xorthern Telephone Co R S Sargent 
mgr local tel 

Omineca Hotel Dubord & Du Hamel 
props 

Tcterson lien prospector 

Purvis David L grafting and grow- 
suitable for northern 

wner Empire Mining 



of fruit 

v.. C. 



The 



Dean *r .Mi 



lithe 



k-ners gold copper I 



Claims 
Rankin A farming 
Red Rose Mining Claims Chas Ek 

owner copper gold 14 miles south- 
east 
Rocher de Doule Copper Minos C 

Tuck watchman IJ miles south 
Royal Lunch Sam Lee prop 
Sam Lee grocery prop Royal Lunch 
Samparo J .\ elk R S Sargent l.til 
Sandbirg Chas A auto stage 
Sargent R S mgr R S Sargent Ltd 

.Northern Tel Co and P..M. 
SASCENT R S X.TD, S S Sarrent 

Mgr, General Store. Hartlw.irc. 

rann Implements and Fresh Meats 



Johnson T (J mixed farming 
Kerr \V \V farming 
Kctchcrsoii Lauru .M school teacher 
Kootenay Group of Mining Cl.aims 
J Miller owner silver lead 11 ntiles 

Latham Jas horticulture and farming 

Lee Sing laundry and batl». 

Lee Tong restaurant 

Leveretl Wm cariienter 

Little H H mgr Union Lank 

Loring R K Indian agent 

Love J mixed farming 

McBean Geo owner Sultana Mining 

tiroup 
Mrr><>ugall Florence assl P.M 
.Meliougall J 1> cigar store 
MeDougall — autos for hire 
.Mrlnnes J J mixed fanning 
.Mcintosh J J mi\.'l fanning 
Mcintosh J nii\..l I.irmnig 
.M.irK.y r,.,. .Irt mgr ti..vt Tel S.r 
MACKAY JAMES, Anto Oarajre. Ac- 
cessories, G.-is, Transfer, I.irer7 
and Feed Stable. (See Advt.) 
Mah Loo r.slaurant 
•Martin Frank J 
Claims ami mi: 



Kay 








Sealy J 


C K mixe 


1 farming 




Sharp \\ 


H watch n 


laker 




She. nan 


1" H stock-raising 




Silver Standard .Mi 


ne gold sllve 


r lead 


.<|mlth C 


V gen slo 


re raw furs 






Mrs P rooming house 




Starret 


C r elk C 


V Smith 




Stephens C K farn 


ing 




Sterrick 


Cha.s bill 


ards 




Stevens 


C mixed 


arnilnir 




Sultana 


Mining C 


roup Geo M 


cUcan 




copper gold. 16 mile 


1 east 


Tosh fJ 


S opr Don 


Govt Tel fc. 


crvice 


Turnbiil 


Jas Pro^ 


l\.r.ster 




Union I 


tank of C 




Little 



Cap Mining 



UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE, Dr H 
C Wrlncb Prop, Drnffs and Sta- 
tionery. 

Uren Iteatrlce sujit train school 

rtt'!str..iii I) H elk Hudson's P.ny C.' 
Waltii' U inessr l>..in Govt T.l Ser\ 
Wattle \V ,\. mgr R Cunningham A- 

Son Ltd 
Wrlneh Horace C phys nied supt 

Hn/.elton Hosp prop Up-to-Date 



Govt. Phone Special Cars to Ord.T 

JAMES MACKAY 

The Pioneer Freighter and Stage Operator of the Interior 
Automobile Stages from Hazelton to all Points 

Frciglitiiis ami Park Ilorsos Dealer in Ford Cars 

Car.s meet all trains We never sleep 

Ofliee at Ila/.elton, P.. C. 



WRIGLEY'S B. C. DIIJECTOISY 




HEADQUAETEKS 



a P.O. and lumbcrinsr town. niilps 
west of Court'^nay. the near.-.>it Dom. 
Uovt. and C.P.K. telegraph. :. 
Prov. Elec. Dist.. reached by rail 
.stage. It i& distant ]2 milf-s ironi 
Comox, which is reached bv C.P.R. 
and Union S.S. Co.'s boats. Ha.<; 
.Vnglican and Baptist churchts and 
public school. Population, i'li). Local 
resources: farming. loKeintc and 
lumbering. All names belou- except- 
ing farmers, are employees of Comox 
Logging & Ry. Co. Ltd. 
Asselln Jos constn foreman 
ISlss L G machinist 
lilackall Harry carpenter 
Bristoll O O farmini,- 
Brown J X brakcman 
Campbell M M bookkeeper 
Colin P farminf,' 
Comerford Kd brakcman 
Comox Logging & Hy Co Lid A y\ 

Hilton sec logging lumbering gen 

store 
Cook Thos paymaster 
Coulson J head waiter 
Crockett J farming 
Dalby Frank biksmith 
Uando C V blurksnilth helper 
DeCosta V 2nd cook 
Donaldson Uobl machinist 
Dougla.<} G U carpenter 
Foulkes V L farming 
Fllburg }{obt civ eng and supt 
Golding K carpenter 
Grady Jas boilermaker 
Harding Lcn skid engineer 
Hlldcbrand Annie teacher 
Hilton A M sec Como.x Locging * 

Ry Co sec school board and P.M. 
Holmes Thf.s timekeei>or 
Jackson W J farming 
Kendall Wm machinl!<t 
Kerr Chas loco enginter 
Lokom Frank cook 
McDonald C brakcman 
McGregor A engineer 
McGregor A Jr loco engineer 
Mclvor Chas loco lir. nan 
Mclaughlin I l^co ilr.inan 
McLaughlin p. i.r .■<. r loreman 
McLaughlin P. !■ r .1 r hrakeman 
Machin Wall.r imisirnn 
Mnjury W J h.il. i ii.iker helper 
Manshcld J li l.I:irU.-niilh 
Martin It con. hi. i..r 
.Miner J loco . n.-in.. r 
Nakammoa J larniini,- 
Parkin Kdwin leoo llr.inan 
Parkin 1 foreman carp 
Robertson W C S carpenter 
Sampson Jos car repairer 
Street Jos master mechanic 
Tavan L farnnni; 
Thomas Joseph pL-in r 
Thomas I..m !■ .• rnriii 
Tukham J..lin si ..t . 1.. . i>er 
Welsh Clav .isM siii't 
Williams L> asM 

HEALS 

a station on the V..C. Klec. Ry.. Van- 
couver Island Interurban System, and 
West Saanich road, connected hy 
stage. miles from Victoria. No 
agent: charges must be prepaid. 
Marigold is nearest P.O. 



HECTOR 

on C.P.R. main line, 12 miles e: 
Field, the P.O.. and 2>i miles \v 
Alberta boundary, in the Prov. 
Dist of Columbia. 
Shakum D section foreman 



HEDLEY 

a P.O. and station on G.X.Ry.. 
tween Princeton and Keremeos 
Similkamcen I'rov. Klec. Di 
G. X. W. telegraph. B. C. and Do 

telephone, public school. Ang- 



emeos. in 
list. Has I 



Govt 
lican 



' from Princeton and Kercme 
, omce of Sub-Recorder Similkamcen 
I and Osoyoos .Mining Divisions and 
, general hospital. Population about 
! 500. Local resources: C;old mining 
' and farming. 

; Anderson Thos 

Appleton A 
I Raldwin R D mine mach H <; M Co 
I Hank of Montreal W J Cormack nigr 
i Uarnes H J> pureh agt H f, M Co 
I Haxter R K drugs and sta 
I lieale Jos contr 

Ueale R M J 
, Reale Mrs R S 
Royd Miss K bank clerk 
Boyd R battery man H G M Co 
1 Uradshaw L farming 
w T farming 
as contr and bldr 
irown C A batteryman H G M C 
irown T stom^mason II G M Co 
Ituller W T barber 
radwell T mining 
"arron M mining 



Cho 



Mi 



Chong (Juan mining 

Chong You mining 

Clare .\rthur loreman H G M Co 

Clare Miss K cook 

Clare R dynamo tndr H G M Co 

Clarke Jas jeweler watchnikr 

Cody Jas H barber 

Collins R S emp H O M Co 

C.irmack W J mgr Hk of Montreal 

Corrlgan John G mining 

Corrigan J Sr watchman H G M Co 
Corrlgan T P mining 
Corrlgan W AV imp H G M Co 
Cosgrove J farming 
Coiilthard J mining 
Crim.'^ton R C mining 
Crothcrs J W eng H G M Co 
Crowthers W 
Culand Axel mining 
Curry D laborer 
I>erry J mining 
IMmond RIchd J butcher 
i:makson .\ mining 
l-'inlay road 



J K 



G .M 



Gaare J crusher H G M Co 
Gcndic J mining 

Grand I'nion Hotel A Winkler prop 
Gray K II i>hys Prov Med olllcer 
Great Northern Hotel John Jackson 
prop 



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.lining 

aman II G M Co 



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Jackson Joh 

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Jones H H 
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Kee Francis laundry 
KelloBB K 
Knowles 1! "\V mine 
Knowles <j 
Knowles S dyn tender H 
Knovvlos AV J enfrincer 
Lawrence H mininc 
Lindsay W C, mininj; 
Lorenzclto P ijoultry la 
Lyon Fred teamster H G 
Lyon F L i: larming 
Lyon G U larminK 



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WEIGLEVS B. C. DIKECTOKV 

HEFFLEY CREEK 

a P.O. and ranchinp settkment at 
junction of HellUy Creek wiih Xo. 
Thompson River. 14 miles north of 
Kamloops the business centre and 
elesraph oHice. in Kamloop: 



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Mathew W conve> 
Mattinson It farming 
Mehcr M J stationman H 
Mitchell U minink- 
Murray P battcrym.Tn H 
Nickel Plate Aline lledl-y ( 
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• Uohrrt.i Sum! mlnliiK 
I Ilobcrtson A raiichl 
I Uobilard A mlnlnn 



.lllman II G M Co 
," school teacher 
-man II •; .M Co 
L uccl H G M Co sec 



Prov. Elec. Dist. The station naniL- 
on the C.N'.R. is HelHey. Has cream- 
ery, Dom. Govt, lonjr distance tele- 
phone and public school. Mail dis- 
tributing point for lUucher Hull. 
CanoUBh Creek and R. R. Xo. 1. 
Arnells Geo dairy farming bees 
Austin J W bees dairy I'armins 
Austin AV R Estate cattlc-raisintr 
Eedard Amcre cattle ranchins 
Kelcham W A mixed tarmint; 
IJrovvn C K farminK 
liuntinK Thos poultry creamery 
Campbell W mixed larniinij 
Connor John farminK 
Corbould J G farming bees 
Curry J mixed farmins 
Dandy W I'arminR 
Davidson \V mixed farming 
Divick Bros cattle horse raneliluK 
Fader Chas mixed farming 
Fair H farminp 
Fisliur M larminK 
Graham Geo mixed farming 
llomersliam R X mixed farming bees 
House Danl dairy farming 



Johnson M farmint 






Lawrence 


!•• farmi 


It.' 




Lawrence 


F S catt 




•inching 


Lawlon (J 




irn 


ing 


Leslie Th 






ancl.ing 




bl farm, 


ijr 




McCarton 


J nii\.. 


1; 


rming 


McClurc 1 


>avid eat 


le- 


anching 


McClure J 


mixed 1 


irn 


ing 



McCrackcn J mixeil farming 
McKenzio W E farming 
McKnight T> G sec C.iliility scho. 
McMillan Ja.s sec foreman 
.McPherson Ja.>< b.-es 
Macdonahl A dairy farming 
.MacKen/.ie A 1) dairy farming 
.Madagan M farming 
Mann M farming 
Marrli>tt H farming 



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- J II tailor 

G \V 

Jas dairy farming 

W K Junk dealer 
r K F 

r K mill supt H G M 
T U helper H G -M C 
ison J mining 

J poultry-raising 

Thos laborer 
r Anton prop tiran 



Middl 

I'aling W W mix.d la 

Palmer \V F cattle rai 

Read Geo farming 

Reld C A ranching 

Robinson T farming 

Sawyer L -V ranch mgr 

Shaw T A farming sec Hcmey Lake 

school board 
Shnw NV %V cattle ranching sheep 
Spratl D farming 
Spratt M farming 
Stewart Frank farming 
Struthers Jann.'S farming 
Thornley Fred gen ston^ sec school 

board 
Thow G mixed farming 
Vetoria 1> section foreman 
AVebb J mixed farming 



. HEFFNERS LA>fDING 
I a Dom. Govt. L. 
I 4 2 miles from < 



lephone olllce 
the busines: 
nlre. and near Galena, the P.O. 



Phones: 
Sev. 52.. 2 



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Low H G telei)lio 



HELL'S GATE 



WRIGLEVS B. C. DIKFXTOKT 



a fanninp s.-ttLnumcnt. l', miles 

sooth of Salmon Arm. the P.O.. on 

Salmon River, in X. f)kanak'an I'rov. 

Elect. Dist.